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Which woods are used for railroad ties?

Learn about which woods are used for railroad ties.

A number of types of wood are used in railroad tie production. [©Shutterstock, 2010]
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A number of types of wood are used in railroad tie production.

A number of woods are used for railroad ties. The more common are oaks, gums, Douglas fir, mixed hardwoods, hemlock, southern pine, and mixed softwoods.

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