15 October 2018 / Posted in: Railway Sleeper News
What an impressive collection of projects using reclaimed railway sleepers! Stunning examples of railway sleeper landscaping that are as individual and inspiring as they are beautiful designed. All credit to David Ball's meticulous and hard work. A showcase of railway sleeper creativity!
30 June 2018 / Posted in: Railway Sleeper News
Bob & Margaret finally increased their old pond from 350 to 1200 gallons. Sometimes the best of plans are conceived gradually over years of thought, sketches and dreams! A wonderful transformation of their original pond, using new railway sleepers.
21 June 2018 / Posted in: Railway Sleeper News
Every now and again you see a project that lifts the spirits. Such an exciting and impressive creation that is beautifully crafted and wonderfully original. Using old tropical hardwood railway sleepers as building blocks is both effective and remarkably attractive, and bedding the individual railway sleeper pieces on mortar frames each weathered timber piece beautifully. A mini masterpiece.
20 June 2018 / Posted in: Railway Sleeper News
Colin's photos brilliantly display his impressive and attractive decking pond using new railway sleepers. A great design, and painstakingly undertaken with great skill and effort.
13 June 2018 / Posted in: Railway Sleeper News
Heartless thieves have stolen a railway sleeper memorial bench from New Hall Valley Country Park in Sutton Coldfield. The railway sleeper bench was in memory of Chris's husband who died last year. She said "These people are without morals, without respect and have no idea the hurt and upset their actions have caused to me and my family. That bench means nothing to anyone else but it meant the world to me."
West Midlands Police stated that the railway sleeper bench was stolen from New Hall Valley Country Park sometime between Thursday, May 24 and Monday, May 28.
06 June 2018 / Posted in: Railway Sleeper News
A beautiful classical design for a set of railway sleeper raised beds at different heights and shapes. Clearly, a lot of hard work was involved, not to mention the cutting of all the railway sleepers. Very impressive, and with a gorgeous glasshouse to top it off!
11 May 2018 / Posted in: Railway Sleeper News
A BEAUTIFUL sunny May bank holiday weekend provided perfect weather to discover these open garden gems of railway sleeper landscaping in the gorgeous villages around Bradgate park in Leicestershire. One of the wonderful attractions of reclaimed railway sleepers is that they blend so perfectly within the gardens of ancient villages. The weather beaten imperfections of old railway sleepers match the wrinkles of worn stone and thatched roofs, in a timeless marriage.
02 December 2017 / Posted in: Railway Sleeper News
Charlotte Batterham runs a local charity group on facebook called cbb bidding bargain page. She organised a DIY garden build for a little girl called Rubie who has muscular dystrophy and wrote to us to ask for some help, in particular some new pine Railway sleepers to finish of the garden so that Rubie could go about the new garden safely as she is unable to walk. This would offer her a safe place to roll around or use her wheelchair on. What a wonderful project! We were more than happy to help, and wish her great fun in her new garden.
01 September 2017 / Posted in: Railway Sleeper News
It's great to see railway sleepers supporting environmentally friendly projects. Solar panels, whether roof or garden based are clearly part of our green future. Of course, understandably, some people may feel that it is a shame that pretty grassy areas and cottage roofs are covered with shiny glass panels. However others will argue that the long term global picture and environmental benefits of alternative energy outweigh such aesthetic concerns.
19 August 2017 / Posted in: Railway Sleeper News
Such an exciting and impressive creation that is beautifully crafted and wonderfully original. Using old tropical hardwood railway sleepers as building blocks is both effective and remarkably attractive, and bedding the individual railway sleeper pieces on mortar frames each weathered timber piece beautifully.