Retaining wall made from railway sleepers slotted into steel RSJs
21 March 2020
HORSING AROUND WITH RAILWAY SLEEPERS
A horse menage (or exercise arena) in Goadby Marwood, Leicestershire, with retaining walls made from used railway sleepers slotted into steel RSJs or H beams.Concreting vertical steel RSJ's into the ground like fence posts, and then sliding in new or used railway sleepers, is a simple, strong and long lasting way of creating a retaining wall. You'll find much tried examples of this in most farms in the country,side whether for silage bays, muck heaps or the sturdy walls of pole barns and cattle sheds.