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26 Comments

Reply gardenrailway
8:30 AM on April 1, 2010 
Must say thank you to all those who have commented on the site here.... been missing for a while and checked back to find all these lovely comments. Thanks again, Steph'
Reply Gerry Snelson
3:06 PM on March 19, 2010 
This is a wonderful site. Congratulations on the great article in Garden Railways! The videos here are fabulous. Thanks for the inspiration.

Gerry
Reply Pete Mesheau
3:48 PM on March 18, 2010 
Hi Steph,
Thanks for the visit. Nice site, well put together. Your railway is very integrated, everything fits.
Pete
Reply Peter Hahn
7:49 PM on March 14, 2010 
Steph - Beautiful models (real trains?) and garden - saw your article in GR. Have you seen Charlie Lix' 7/8" interpretation of 15 in. ga., on O (32 mm?) track? I'm doing 1:20.3 indoors, small stuff like yours. But I don't have your natural scenery!
Have fun with your trains! Pete Hahn, West Jordan, Utah
Reply Bill Hendrick
11:50 AM on March 8, 2010 
very interesting... makes me want to incorporate some kind of ground work into the layout.
Reply Marc
6:22 AM on March 1, 2010 
Madame,
I 've been seeing your GR in the magazine GR, and on the web.
Great photo's. Well done garden railway. I like those pictures ! Great garden railway.
Love to see more pictures of the garden railway . Great garden also. You can see that your are a artist.
Keep on going!
Greatings from Belgium
Marc de Bruyn
Potter/Ceramist " .Pottery De drei masten"
Reply Gary condry
6:39 PM on February 26, 2010 
Stephanie,

This is a great railway. I think it's very simple yet eloquent it's own way. We are so use to seeing many buildings and ponds and waterfalls and trestles, etc, that maybe just having rails and these lovely little engines are just enough. Great article in GR this month.
Reply Tom Rey
5:30 PM on February 26, 2010 
What a wonderful website. Thank you for sharing. I just read your article in the latest GR. Grat railroad; great article.

I, too, belong to the 7/8thn2 group, but model mostly in 1:20.3. Mine, The Sequoia Valley and the Kaweah Box & Barrel Co., were featured a few years ago in GR.

Again, thanks and what a fabulous little railroad. I'm ALWAYS impressed by British garden railroads.

Tom Rey, past president San Diego GRS
Reply george anderson
1:51 PM on February 20, 2010 
wonderfull
layout detail and weathering fantasmaglorious.
geo.
Reply Pete K
9:15 AM on January 20, 2010 
Just been back for a refresher. Great models - gorgeous garden. Thanks for making this site available.
Reply John Palecki
10:08 PM on August 27, 2009 
Lovely garden railway with the emphasis on the garden! A true machine in the garden effect. Very beautiful, natural plantings. I found your site at the right time as we plan a 7/8ths railway ourselves- beauty will follow simplicity is the lesson I am taking away. Thanks Steph'. And indeed, your bird sketches are a pleasure to view as well.
Reply John C
8:15 AM on August 10, 2009 
Great Garden Ralway...not much of a birder but awsome sketches Steph!! thank you for sharing them...
Reply Dwayne Weyrich
7:39 AM on August 9, 2009 
Inspirational. 'Nuff said. :)
Reply Bill Hendrick
9:16 AM on July 21, 2009 
very interesting..like the photo section
Reply Bill Reynolds
12:32 PM on November 18, 2008 
Hello Steph, Lovely site you have here and great pictures as well! Glad there is another 7/8" 'rubber- modeller' to have a 7/8" scale web page and fly the 7/8" flag!
Reply Rodney
12:25 PM on June 30, 2008 
Excellent job on the railroad!! and you do nice artwork also! Thank you for taking the time to create this website and sharing your talents.

Rodney J. Robinson
Reply Silly Billy
8:59 AM on June 21, 2008 
Beautifel railway, thanks for great website.
I've also built a Heywood 4w brakevan in a scale somwhere between 16mm, and 7/8ths, pictures here:
www.gardenrails.myfreeforum.org/ftopic143-0-asc-15.php
Reply Steph'
12:04 PM on May 15, 2008 
Hi Andreas.

Thank You for the nice comments! :D Best thing I ever did was get started on the railway and stop just thinking about it, I kept it simple and that gave me time to think about detail etc... Get out there in the garden and make a start...you know you really want to!:D :D

Steph'
Reply Andreas W.
10:35 AM on May 15, 2008 
Hello Steph,

one of the best garden-railways I saw. :blink: Realy simple, nice locomotives and rolling stuff. Every time I check Your side I have a lot of fun. Would be a pleasure seeing the real thing. Thinking about something like Your's in our garden.

Andreas :roll:
Reply John Foley
10:55 AM on April 18, 2008 
I love your website. Being spring now, your site has imspired me to get to work and undo a long hard winter.
Reply Dawn Brightwell
1:23 AM on February 7, 2008 
Hello Steph'
I've just joined SE, and have enjoyed browsing your site!
I know Gale W from Diamondhead - do you know of many other women working in SE?
Reply Keith Greenwood
7:50 AM on January 1, 2008 
Looks Fantastic, Would love to visit sometime!!

keith&joanna on gscalemad
Reply John Chapman
8:52 AM on December 10, 2007 
Congratulations on a brilliant little railway, a true inspiration.
www.steamtoys.co.uk
Reply Labasa
10:36 PM on November 21, 2007 
Love the railway, the story,construction and the rolling stock. Keep up the good work.
Reply Pete K
8:45 PM on November 2, 2007 
Wonderful garden railway. Your artistic talent really shows, especially in your figures and cars.
Reply mhlr
5:13 PM on November 2, 2007 
Great job in 7/8ths! Love the coaches etc...
www.freewebs.com/mhlr