How To Build Steps Out Of Railroad Tie

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How To Build Steps Out Of Railroad Tie

How To Build Steps Out Of Railroad Tie

I built some steps on a steep hill out of some railroad tie's that i purchased at lowes and made a flower bed beside them. i cut them in half with a chainsaw, drilled holes about a foot off each side, and hammerd approximently 3ft sticks of rebar threw threw them...

Recycled Railroad Tie Stairs And Allan Block Wall

Recycled Railroad Tie Stairs And Allan Block Wall

BanyanTreeLandscape.comCall for a Free Estimate 541.944.0943Using the railroad ties that once were the falling down retaining wall to create stairs and replacing the RR ties with Allan Block Europa Collection with a Permeable Concrete Paver Patio at the base gave the client a complete make-over and ...

Landscape Steps

Landscape Steps

April 27, 2010 How to make steps...

Building A Railroad Tie Staircase

Building A Railroad Tie Staircase

Building a Railroad Tie Staircase...

Railroad Tie Retaining Wall 7_2_14

Railroad Tie Retaining Wall 7_2_14

Railroad tie retaining wall 7_2_14...

How To Build Steps Out Of Railroad Tie Completed

How To Build Steps Out Of Railroad Tie Completed

Got the final touch done to the steps. now we just have to wait for the flowers to grow and take over...

How To Build A Tiny House With Decks On A Railroad Tie Foundation

How To Build A Tiny House With Decks On A Railroad Tie Foundation

This is how to Build a Tiny House for really cheap, like under $5000...

Adding A Railroad Tie Staircase To An Existing Patio

Adding A Railroad Tie Staircase To An Existing Patio

OGB presents this project by Ted Elsasser, owner of , where a client needed a staircase to match the retaining wall for their patio. Used a circular saw cut the railroad ties, drilled holes with an auger bit, drove in rebar stakes to hold 'em in, backfilled with a gravel mix, and on to the next step...

Moto Trials Railroad Tie Steps Practice

Moto Trials Railroad Tie Steps Practice

My feeble attempts at riding up & down my railroad tie steps in my yard, and trying to do wheel hops. Having a really tough time going up the steps, for some reason. And I was riding with my gas turned off, to make things even better...

Stairway Built With Concrete And Railroad Ties - Landscaping Ideas

Stairway Built With Concrete And Railroad Ties - Landscaping Ideas

Click on this link to find out whether or not you can attach stair stringers to a wall. Watch this video if you're looking for a simple and easy way to build a stairway in your front yard for backyard. Sometimes we complicate construction projects, when they really don't need to be very complicated...

Railroad Tie Stairways Can Be Built By Do-it-yourselfers

Railroad Tie Stairways Can Be Built By Do-it-yourselfers

Click on this link to learn more about stairs. I honestly believe your average do-it-yourselfer could construct a stairway like this one out of railroad ties. If you have a saw and a shovel and a little ingenuity, mixed in with a do-it-yourself attitude, you should be able to look at a stairway lik...

How To Build A Timber Retaining Wall - This Old House

How To Build A Timber Retaining Wall - This Old House

This Old House landscaping contractor Roger Cook shows how to construct a wood-timber retaining wall to create a play area. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: Full episode: How to Repair a Fence Gate: How to Build a Minia...

How To: Build A Timber Wall

How To: Build A Timber Wall

Step-by-step HOW TO video of building a timber wall with 6" x 6" x 8-foot treated timbers...

Comparing Retaining Walls: Railroad Tie Vs Stone Vs Tire

Comparing Retaining Walls: Railroad Tie Vs Stone Vs Tire

OGB presents this project by Ted Elsasser, owner of. A railroad tie retaining wall can last up to 40 years in a dry climate, maybe only 15 in a wet one, depending how its treated. Stone retaining walls last forever - but they are a lot more expensive and difficult to construct. Tire retaining walls ...

Building 6x6 Landscape Stairs (time Lapse)

Building 6x6 Landscape Stairs (time Lapse)

Time Lapse of 5 days building a set of landscape stairs into a hillside. Steps were constructed out of pressure treated ground contact rated 6x6 atop a gravel bed to promote water drainage. Then the hillside was backfilled and the steps were capped in gravel...