railroad tie

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A railway track. The short wooden bars are railroad ties, and the long metal bars are railway lines.

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railroad tie (plural railroad ties)

  1. (rail transport, US) A heavy, preserved piece of hewn timber laid crossways to and supporting the rails of a railroad or a member of similar shape and function of another material such as concrete.

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