I can get "real" railway sleepers, but you would be mad to, as mentioned, full of brake dust, diesel and oil, enought to kill off your garden
I can also get "ecco" sleepers
There's some lovely timber tucked away in sleepers. I've resawn some and used the wood for a kitchen floor in my old place. Hard as nails and dreadful for any blade you get near it, but won't wear out and looks great.
Try these guys, they make furniture out of African sleepers. Cunningly they let happy, cheap and disposable Zimbabwean guys make the furniture How kind
So what did you end up doing gregor? Pictures?
Blimey no progress since June
My eldest has spent the past year on a carpentry course but I've failed to persuade him to take on this little job
Might crack on with it this weekend the base has sat nicely on those blocks this past year.
Shock horror I did buy some wood today and I haven't abandoned Will's chestnut post idea yet.
I see that Zanx has some serious competition on the yurt front!!
How it looked this morning. I'm no carpenter and all the wood is scavenged/offcuts apart from 6 pcs in the foreground before the piss-taking starts...........
A bunkbed frame sitting on the base
These two were no help at all
End of day
Hang on. Are you building the shed first, propped up on wobbly bricks and then going to build a base? Or have I missed a trick?