Before metal took its place, maple or oak flooring was used in Railroad Cars. It is still used today in Semi Tractor Trailers. When the wood is no longer in use, the boards are carefully removed, keeping their integrity intact. Years of use has aged them beautifully and given them extraordinary character. They are ready to be repurposed as dining tables, kitchen counters, bar tops, benches, mantels... anywhere you need strength and beauty combined. They can be planed down to original butcher block, or sanded, stained and poly coated, or even left as is.
Tractor Trailer Boards are 1 3/8" thick and come in 10 or 15 foot lengths (we can cut shorter lengths for you). Boxcar (Railcar) Boards are 2 1/4" thick and come in 8' and sometimes 9' foot lengths (Call for in-stock availability).
Both options are 12 " wide. Box car boards are tongue and groove.