Original Railroad Spikes from

Various Railroad Tracks in Georgia

Original Condition Railroad Spikes-a Unique Gift  

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Original Railroad Spikes retrieved from CSX Railroad Renovation Projects in Georgia

Stock # RS-O895

Original condition railroad spikes retrieved over the years from various railroad track renovations. Each spike is about 6-5/8" in length with a 5/8" square shank. Net weight: approx. 12 oz.  Some spikes are in almost perfect condition, and some are bent or deformed from removal. Most all original spikes are rusty.  Makes a great gift as a paperweight, a conversation piece or as a collectible. Please specify original condition when ordering.

$14.95 each or 2 for $25.00 

Stock # RS-0895

Special! $8.95 each or 2 for $15.00

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Railroad Spikes-Hand Cleaned and Painted in Black Enamel

Original Railroad Spikes retrieved from CSX Railroad Renovation Projects in Georgia

Stock # RS-B1295

Each spike has been carefully hand cleaned and painted by our artists. A coat of rustproof black enamel paint protects the finish. Makes a great gift as a paperweight, a conversation piece  or as a collectible. Please specify black when ordering. 

 

$19.95 each or 2 for $35.00

SPECIAL! LOWER PRICES $12.95 each or 2 for $20.00

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Stock # RS-B1295

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"Golden Spike"-Hand Cleaned and Painted in Gold Enamel

Stock # RS-G1595

Each spike has been carefully hand cleaned and painted by our artists. A coat of rustproof gold enamel paint protects the finish. Makes a great gift as a paperweight, a conversation piece  or as a collectible. Please specify gold when ordering.  

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$15.95 each or 2 for $25.00

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Stock # RS-G1595

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