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Rail Inventory

Shot these photos of stacks of freshly cut rail. This is just one way we are getting a bit ahead of things, so we can be a bit more efficient. As demand for Rail Yard Studios has ticked up, we’ve found ways like this to improve our process and allow …

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Planked Crossties

These surprised us. We were stunned at the beauty of what came out of these crossties. The gum (top pic) has a flame like appearance. The hickory (two middle pics) has its well-known dark and light striations and an interesting bit of bark seam. The hackberry (bottom pic) has thin …

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Boxing It Up

Things have been going well for us in many regards at Rail Yard Studios. We’ve gotten better and more efficient by planning and adding some process to the mix – that’s just part of what Rob Humphreys’ experience has brought to the table. He focuses on creating bottlenecks in our …

→ October 11, 2011

Rail Gang Table Rail gangs and tie gangs are the large groups of railroaders working on big projects. Whether you use it …

→ September 28, 2011

Double Track Credenza Made from a single hickory timber and four sticks of Tennessee Coal & Iron Company rail circa 1906. This …

→ September 23, 2011

Louisville and Nashville Coffee Table This one is the little sister to the L&N Credeza we posted a little while back. It …

Upcoming Show Schedule

Busy, busy time for us this fall. Lots of shows where you can find us. Here’s the current list. Just finished with …

→ September 2, 2011

Louisville & Nashville Credenza OK folks, this is a special one. A beautiful credenza or hall table or console table (call it …

→ August 20, 2011

Cut rail sections – we’ve got something Raw used spikes and scrap wood Used spikes Just a few random material shots. Been …