Passers-by are slowing down to get a better look at the train sitting there on its own tracks in the driveway.
However, don't listen for the rumble of the wheels; this train has been constructed entirely out of wood.
These creations are the products of brothers Cory and Ryan Colston.
When Cory and Ryan decided to try their hand at woodworking, they didn't start out with book ends or wall shelves, they "jumped in with both feet" into the big stuff by constructing the trains.
The "Colston Creations" include an engine, a caboose, two cars and all of it sits on its own tracks.
After being laid off from their jobs, they decided to see if they inherited any of the woodworking skills of both grandfathers, Jesse Colston and Billie Long.
Ryan and Cory had intentions of starting out with play houses and began looking for plans. Their dad, Jeff, receives a monthly magazine, Handyman. One particular issue had a picture of a train on it.
The two decided to order the plans and go from there. The Colstons have modified the plans on the trains so they would be their design.
The trains are constructed from the finest materials. They realized children would primarily show the great interest, so they knew they would need to use the best materials available to them.
The trains are constructed from treated wood with galvanized nails. Ryan and Cory take extra care to sand the wood so there are no chances of splinters or snags for a child to cut a finger on. The galvanized nails are used because they won't back out of the wood.
The brother's mom, Cindy, said their first "woodworking adventure" began when they were much younger when they decided to build a tree house.
Now the tree house is going to be remodeled into a play house for a grandchild.
So, the sounds of the saw, the click of the tape measure and saw dust flying through the air are very common at the Colston home.
The brothers have now added a truck and are presently looking for plans for a pirate's ship.
The two are hoping enough interest will be shown in their products so they can start their own business.
They have enjoyed the freedom of the hours and the feeling of satisfaction they derive from seeing the finished product.