Railroad Spikes
Original Spikes from Various Railroad Renovation

Original Railroad Spikes from the CSX Railroad Renovation

 

We have a large inventory of very old original railroad spikes that were retrieved from the renovation of various railroad tracks over the years in Georgia. Each spike has its own  unique quality & features. Some are bent upon their  removal from the tracks  after over a  half a century or more of service.

Most spikes  are in original condition, so they will be rusty, and some have been carefully hand cleaned. They are in very good  condition,  and some have been painted to protect their finish, so chances are that no two spikes will be exactly alike. Most railroad spikes are  6-5/8" in length, with 5/8" square shanks. Net weight: Approximately 12 ounces. We also have a few of the "screw" type spikes. These are very unique and very rare, so the value of these will increase over the years. 

 

The "Golden Spike" (aka "The Last Spike" is the ceremonial final spike driven by Leland Stanford to join the rails of the First Transcontinental Railroad across the United States connecting the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads on May 10, 1869 at Promontory Summit, Utah.

These spikes will make a perfect gift for the office to use as a paperweight. You can also use them as a unique  decorative piece in a shadowbox, or as a "railroad enthusiast" collectible that will certainly increase in value over the years because of the  unique quality and the history of each spike.

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