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Railway Sleepers. Railway Sleeper manufactures various new railway sleepers including softwood and hardwood sleepers that can be treated or untreated depending on customer requirements.
Extra information: WHAT DELIVERY CHOICES DO I HAVE for these railway sleepers ? You have two options, depending on which delivery option you chose at the checkout stage online, or when you telephone the office. 1) THE CHEAPEST OPTION - CUSTOMER TO OFFLOAD THE RAILWAY SLEEPERS
BUY NOW! SCROLL DOWN TO ORDER! Grade: Grade 1 Dutch oak 'squarish' shape, creosote treated hardwood railway sleepers.See photos. Colour: Various shades of light, medium and dark brown.See photos above. Weight: These railway sleepers are VERY VERY heavy to lift, and will almost definitely need a forklift or mechanical help to carry the railway sleepers into position, however willing and strong ...
We are based in Herefordshire and we stock over 1200 sleepers, in oak, softwood, treated and untreated, in new and reclaimed material at varying grades.
Railway sleepers are now a quintessential part of garden design, although this is a fairly recent trend, and one helped in no small part by us.
New Sleepers,Oak Sleepers,Largest stockists in the South.
UK Timber Limited is one of the largest suppliers of railway sleepers in the UK. We supply both softwood and hardwood sleepers, both treated and untreated, as well as new and reclaimed railway sleepers - our range of sleepers provide effective solutions for all landscaping projects.
Railway Sleepers. UK Sleepers started by selling railway sleepers from under the railway tracks of the UK. Our railway sleepers are tried and tested and much loved by landscape gardeners, farmers and DIY handymen alike.
An all-round material for home projects, our new Railway Sleepers are suitable for many different applications – they can be custom-made to use as raised beds, patios, pathways, garden furniture and play areas.
Grading Railway Sleepers. Grading railway sleepers is not an exact science, and deciding what is a Relay Grade, Grade 1, 2 or 3 is relatively subjective.