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Planked Crossties

Planked Crossties A handful of mainline crossties met the woodmizer today. They went from 7” x 9” timbers to 1-1/4” thick boards. The results were ASTOUNDING! Hickory almost always impresses us with its beauty. But we were not prepared for the amazing grain in the gum, sycamore, soft maple and …

Rail Gang Table Rail gangs and tie gangs are the large groups of railroaders working on big projects. Whether you use it for a dining table or a conference table, that’s just what this table is for – bringing a few folks together. We’ve got a single hickory timber cut …

Double Track Credenza Made from a single hickory timber and four sticks of Tennessee Coal & Iron Company rail circa 1906. This one is unique because it is the only piece we have done to date with the legs left unsealed. You won’t want the natural rust material on a …

→ September 23, 2011

Louisville and Nashville Coffee Table This one is the little sister to the L&N Credeza we posted a little while back. It …

→ September 15, 2011

Crossing End Table We’ve posted the studio shots before, but here it is installed. Another one where the simple nature of it …

→ September 2, 2011

Louisville & Nashville Credenza OK folks, this is a special one. A beautiful credenza or hall table or console table (call it …