how much do railroad ties cost?
Asked By: Holly M - 4/24/2007
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It all depends where in the world you are. Usual price is $25 a tie for one in good condition with no metal. $5 for one with metal. If you have a rail yard near the house you might be able to pick through their bone pile and find some good ones for free. You just have to haul them home... More
Answered By: Patrick D - 4/24/2007
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300$ a pop
Answered By: a_bcde123456789 - 4/24/2007
Well, I live about 50 yards from a railroad tracks and there are a stack of ties out there for over 5 months at least that you could just probably slap on your truck for free. They are old ones they replaced when they re did the tracks... More
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