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Logan B

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  1. Hello! I posted a day or two ago on the best way to pry spikes from a rail line that I have gotten permission to "recycle". Though the information and support was great, and I have pryed up quite a bit of them, I got thinking. Though I'm not greedy nor dying for a little extra capital to support my passion, It would be nice to improve some of my blacksmithing equipment and have money to not worry when the time comes to buy more coal. But before I fuel up my oxy-actylene torch and cut the tracks up, do the tracks have a large enough carbon content to sell for more than just regular scrap s
  2. I am 17 years old, and I have been blacksmithing for two years. It's great fun, and the beauty is amazing. But to the actual topic point, I have recently gotten consent from the county to salvage an old section of railway (My mother works in the Clerks office, so finding permission wasn't all too difficult). And the reason that I wanted to salvage the old line, is because of the HC stampings on the spikes. So I have a small tractor, truck, trailer, and even a buddy who's got nothing else to do, but I have no idea how to disassemble the tracks. If I just wanted the tracks, I could just use
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