Railroad Ties

We have an assortment of landscape grade railroad ties available that are ready to enhance your landscape for a natural look. All of our railroad ties are from reclaimed wood and treated with creosote. They are perfect for a variety of landscaping projects.

Our railroad ties are 8 ½’ long x 9” wide x 7” thick.

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What are railroad ties?

Railroad ties are an important part of the railroad tracks and they help anchor them to the ground. This provides trains with a solid base to travel on. When they are no longer being used by the railroad, they are often reused for landscaping. Railroad ties can be used in a number of ways in your landscaping. For instance, if you are trying to level the slope of a yard, railroad ties can be used to retain soil.

How can railroad ties be used in landscaping?

You can use railroad ties for a variety of landscaping applications. Create flower beds or raised gardens with railroad ties or border a driveway, build a terrace, and install a retaining wall.

Whether you want to add a rustic element to your outdoor landscaping or simply want an easy way to create earth retention, cresote-treated railroad ties are your answer!

Contact us today to learn more about how to implement railroad ties in your residential or commercial landscaping

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