Garden-variety railroad in Huron front yard

Just a few feet from their front porch, Ralph and Barbara Boyer can visit an Indian reservation, where a bald eagle perches atop a dead tree trunk and eyes horses and an animal-skin tepee.Want to go? What: Boyers Railroad Gardens When: From 1-4 p.m. Sunday, the Boyers run their trains for guests to view, free of charge Where: 106 Findlay St., Huron
Jason Singer
Sep 7, 2010

Just a few feet from their front porch, Ralph and Barbara Boyer can visit an Indian reservation, where a bald eagle perches atop a dead tree trunk and eyes horses and an animal-skin tepee.Want to go?

What: Boyers Railroad Gardens

When: From 1-4 p.m. Sunday, the Boyers run their trains for guests to view, free of charge

Where: 106 Findlay St., Huron

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Mime Bloggling

 Great to see Mr. and Mrs. Boyer in the Sandusky Register and getting some media attention for his garden railroad. Been there and witnessed the train village in action..it's quite a display. A shout out to my high school Home Ec. teacher......we love you Mrs. Boyer!  (I still can't quite get myself to call you Barb after all these years)....!  ;-)

jwt

Great Article, Jason.

I recommend all parents to take their children and grandchildren to see the free display of  trains and artistic displays put together by Ralph and Barbara Boyer.

 

Bdutt

The Boyer's are wonderful people and the train garden is over the top fun for people of all ages!!!