Download Landscape Railroad Ties
Background. A railroad tie, crosstie (american english), railway tie (canadian english) or railway sleeper (australian and british english) is a rectangular support for the rails in railroad tracks. Old railroad ties are used in landscaping to provide edging for flower beds or walkways or to construct small retaining walls, compost bins or raised beds while also bringing an attractive rustic element to a yard.
Good quality of used processed landscape tie. The most difficult part of using railroad ties in landscaping is making sure that they are secure. All produced to arema specifications.
Railroad ties are heavily contaminated with creosote, arsenic, copper compounds and many other toxins that are absorbed by plants and soil.
We stand behind all the products we sell, and we believe that railroad ties are the most affordable way to landscape. Note that railroad ties do contain creosote, a toxic substance. They have a uniquely american ruggedness, conjuring up visions of freight trains barreling across the landscape. Landscape using stones and railroad ties together.