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Neil's terracing with new oak railway sleepers & timberlok screws

  • Neil's terracing with new oak railway sleepers & timberlok screws
  • Neil's terracing with new oak railway sleepers & timberlok screws
  • Neil's terracing with new oak railway sleepers & timberlok screws
  • Neil's terracing with new oak railway sleepers & timberlok screws
  • Neil's terracing with new oak railway sleepers & timberlok screws
  • Neil's terracing with new oak railway sleepers & timberlok screws
  • Neil's terracing with new oak railway sleepers & timberlok screws
  • Neil's terracing with new oak railway sleepers & timberlok screws
  • Neil's terracing with new oak railway sleepers & timberlok screws
  • Neil's terracing with new oak railway sleepers & timberlok screws
  • Neil's terracing with new oak railway sleepers & timberlok screws

The railway sleepers joined today – as attached – and your lovely timberlok screws hidden by lovely plugs from Scotland !
In case you’re wondering:
a) the short railway sleepers had to be offset from the path edging as the lower part of the concrete is anything but smooth,
b) apart from boxing-in the soil, the short railway sleepers should counteract the tendency for the lateral ones to tip forward down the slope : hence the rocks too !,
c) I used a dribble of 3-in-1 oil so the screws went in a little easier 
d) I DO know that I could do with a new 1’’ drill bit !

Neil Knowlden
Kent
 

RailwaySleepers.com Says..

Thanks for the photos of your railway sleeper terracing, and especially for your commentary, advice and stage by stage pictures. It's invaluable to see how someone has methodically approached their landscaping project, and impeccably planned the plugging of the Timberlok screws. Much appreciated