DO NOT use railroad ties for your edible garden: creosote is poison. The other chemicals in pressure treatment are volatile and toxic as well!!
Using concrete block and railroad ties to install a new deck @ DaisyMaeBelle
Rustic shelves made from recycled colonial-era hardwood railroad ties from northern India, shelves have been oiled& polished to a deep sheen. No two pieces alike; depth of each shelf will vary slightly. Wall mounting hardware included. Three sizes available: small 7" x 5-7" x 2" medium 18" x 5-7" x 2" large 36" x 5-7" x 2 " @ blissliving
RUSTIC SHELVES Recycled Wood $28-$84 Made from colonial-era railroad ties procured from northern India, our recycled hardwood shelves have been oiled and polished to a deep sheen. No two pieces are alike. The depth of each shelf will vary slightly. Wall mounting hardware is included. Three sizes available. Available in three sizes: -small 7" x 5-7" x 2" -medium 18" x 5-7" x 2" -large 36" x 5-7" x 2 " -imported
i could make this for almost nothing with leftover railroad ties
The Wine Rack Shelves feature sixteen pieces of rail from the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company circa 1908. Two switch plate cuffs provide the feet on the split hickory crosstie. It is finished with golden oak stain and a polyurethane sealer. This piece is individually numbered with a salvaged railroad tie date nail from 1925.
Wine rack made from century old railroad rail and eco-friendly cross ties.