Timber Railway Sleepers | 200mm x 100mm (8×4″)

Timber Railway Sleepers | 200mm x 100mm (8×4″)

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Our Timber Railway Sleepers are available in two sizes and two standard lengths, but we can cut these sleepers to fit your specific needs and pack as many as you need:

Sizes:

200mm x 100mm (8×4)
250mm x 125mm (10×5)

Standard Lengths:

1.2 meter (4ft)
2.4 meter (8ft)

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SKU: TRWS8X4

Description

Timber Railway Sleepers 8×4 | 200mm x 100mm

Railway Sleepers are a great way to create borders and edgings in your outdoor space, but this products versatility goes beyond that. These Railway Sleepers can also be used to craft your own garden furniture or a set of wooden steps for your garden, they can also be placed vertically or stacked for even more possibilities. Aside from aesthetic and design purposes, using Railway Sleepers as edging for flower beds can serve as an efficient way to protect the plants roots from the elements and promote regular growth. These softwood sleepers come pre-treated and ready for installation, and the green tinge adds an even more natural feel to the material.

Our Timber Railway Sleepers are available in two sizes and two standard lengths, but we can cut these sleepers to fit your specific needs and pack as many as you need:

Sizes:

200mm x 100mm (8×4)
250mm x 125mm (10×5)

Standard Lengths:

1.2 meter (4ft)
2.4 meter (8ft)

Additional information

Weight 30000 g
Dimensions N/A
Length

1.2 meter (4ft), 2.4 meter (8ft)

2 arris rails are required for 1.65m, 1.8 and 2.1m fence posts. 3 arris rails are required for 2.4m fence posts, and 4 feather edge boards are required for each 300mm of the fence.

Any surface is fine as long as it is flat and smooth.

No, you should never use railway sleepers indoors or anywhere that you prepare or eat food.

The wood used for railway sleepers is usually softwoods such as pine or spruce.

Yes, most professionals recommend lining at the bottom of the bed.

To stop sleepers from rotting you can use a standard wood preserver.

The most important thing is that the sleepers are on a level and firm surface, most people will do this on top of a concrete foundation.

Yes, you can put them straight onto the soil.

To connect railway sleepers together you can use metal plates and corner braces on the inside of the build.

Railway sleepers can last 8-10 years due to pressure treatment.