"Abandoned Rails" Wall Sculpture (no. 67)

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Abandoned rails make an enduring path crisscrossing the countryside leading to long-forgotten towns that offer a time capsule of the Industrial Age among the modern world.

Handcrafted by American artisans, this piece is museum quality or makes a bold addition to a private collection be it in a commercial office or personal residence.

The reclaimed steel and wood wall sculpture piece "Abandoned Rails" captures the seemingly abstract installation of rail lines that began running through the interior of the USA in the late 1800s and early 1900s, and still exist today. The abstract style of this wall sculpture captures the proliferation of industry simply for the want of profit and wealth with little regard for organization or consideration for a long-term plan. The price on this piece includes our white glove service (delivery, set up, and removal of all packing materials) leaving you ready to enjoy your new item.

Size: 82" x 40" x 14" (HxWxD) 

Color: Whiskey

Materials: Steel and wood

Made in the USA

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Shipping & Installation Price includes delivery in Continental US (Remote areas may require additional fees). and "White Glove" installation (includes complete set up at your location and removal of all packing material).
Signed Certificate As with all of our work, each piece is cataloged and individually numbered with an authentic railroad date nail and accompanied by a signed certificate providing the provenance of the piece.
Images Product images shown are normally for the exact piece you will receive. An item showing "Sold Out" was previously purchased. We are happy to build that same design for you. While similar, each piece is unique with character differences in rail and t
Rail Yard Studios uses reclaimed materials salvaged from historic railroad lines. The individual wear and characteristic features inherent in the service-worn materials provide each piece with its own personality. Measurements, finishes and degree of distress are naturally occurring and are subject to variability. Refer to descriptions and/or photographs for information on the most unique features of each piece.