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Railway sleepers are now a quintessential part of garden design, although this is a fairly recent trend, and one helped in no small part by us. We supplied the first railway sleepers to both `Ground Force` and `Home Front: in the garden` back in the mid 1990's and have supplied them to many TV programmes and famous buildings, organisations and projects since then.
We still hold one of the largest stocks in Southern England and have tens of thousands of customers, many of whom have made some truly wonderful things with our sleepers. One of the challenges that our customers now face is the wide range of choices to make when selecting sleepers, so in order to maintain the trouble-free experience our customers already enjoy we have now divided our sleepers into 2 individual areas - - - Traditional Reclaimedsleepers - and New Sleepers
Because of recent findings relating to creosote there are restrictions on where creosote-treated timber can be used.The vast majority of applications are still absolutely fine, and the times when you cannot use any of the creosote-treated sleepers; marked on the following pages with this: -TR- Are basically when you are making seating, using railway sleepers indoors or making a play area for children
The full list of prohibitions, according to EC & EEC regulations, is as follows: Inside building, whatever their purpose. In toys. In playgrounds. In Garden furniture. In gardens where there is a risk of `frequent` skin contact – “frequent” is advised by the DTI to mean “habitual or constant” so no furniture or leaning posts! The practice observed by us and all our customers is simply to wear gloves when handling treated sleepers.
Half Sleepers 4ft long 12 “x 6” approx’£10.00 + VAT each