Question by Chris: I am going to run tracks around my yard for a small train/cart and does anyone know where i can get tracks?
I need to know where to buy some cheap (still good) tracks for and electric cart.
Answer by Bob http://www.greatamericantrain.com/
try google “yard trains” or “garden trains”
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Question by freeser: Can anyone help me with information for building a garden railroad my children can ride on in my back yard?
Information on the Power source for engine (Gas- Electric?)would be appreciated.
Answer by jettalady i wish i was your children that would be so much fun i think it will cost you alot of money you can also try model trains and have alot of tracks and trains going in different directions so your children can help you take care of the little town and help with the garden
Question by Yenny V: Please tell me your opinions on electric fences. I have 3 dogs im looking to fence in my yard for. Im not sure
wether to go with a traditional fence or electric. What are the pros and cons? What companies do you recommend? What arethe costs? Any information you give me would be very beneficial. I have a chihuahua, a yorkie , and a 40 pound golden retriever. I like the wooded look of my yard.
Answer by Lavaaa<3 Sry i cant tel l you brands an stuff, but i would reccomend an electric fence- my neighbors have one for their dog and its great! Thier dog is big and scary haha so ik he wont be crossing into my yard. After they are trained, the fences are awsome, becuase u dont have to put up a normal fence and ruin the look of your yard.
This “Day at the Train Yard” have 4 parts. In every parts, I did “Switch” with locos CN 4718 (*EMD GP38-2), CP 1341 (*EMD GP38-2) and a lot of freight cars. Enjoy all of these videos. NBEC69 *Maybe you noticed that before with electric trains : The Head Bell is replaced by Headlights. I know… That’s bad… But anyway.. Hope you like my videos Video Rating: 0 / 5