Natural Resources Wales use of Jarrah railway sleepers

So sorry for the late reply but I have realised that I didn’t actually send you these pictures of the reclaimed jarrah railway sleepers in situ near a reservoir in Cowbridge in South Wales.

Rich Davies
Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru
Natural Resources Wales
NRW was formed as a merger of Forestry Commission Wales and Environment Agency Wales Says..

Many thanks for the photos. It's always great to see what happens to our railway sleepers after they leave our yard. In your project you have chosen tropical hardwood Jarrah railway sleepers as a natural edging for a path and bridleway near the reservoir. As they have no contamination with tar or creosote they fit perfectly within your countryside setting.