16 railroad spike Staircase Design Photos

Jensen Architects
Scraphouse
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railroad tie stairs
Railroad ties stairway
railroad tie stair risers.
“stopnice” — j1n10
E. Cobb Architects
Graham Residence
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like a railroad track
“Escalera” — lilimunguia1981
Holly Marder
The home of Fabiana and Rocco
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Railroad ties!
“Escalera” — smartterra
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Staircase Fireplace
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handrail with railroad track
“Wall” — supesec
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Falling Waters Custom Home Ellijay, Georgia
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as a railroad town, with the depot at its heart. Visitors would ride the train to town, eat dinner at the Blue Ridge Hotel, and take a leisurely walk to the mineral springs after dinner. Today's visitors still ride the train and take leisurely walks along Main Street, enjoying the antique and specialty
Georgia Railroad. In the early years, at different times, there were five hotels and several boarding houses in downtown Blue Ridge.
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Ellijay Georgia Custom Homes
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line. The railroad bridge over the Cartecay River was completed in 1884 and the town now had rail service. With the arrival of the railroad and subsequent tracks to White Path, Ellijay began to grow much faster. Many hotels were constructed and land was donated for a depot east of town. More industries
Ellis Custom Homes LLC
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Tuscan Villa
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I LOVE the railroad ties as stair risers..
Railroad tie staircase
“Like the flooring...Ellis Homes” — newrancher
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Blue Ridge Georgia Custom Homes
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as a railroad town, with the depot at its heart. Visitors would ride the train to town, eat dinner at the Blue Ridge Hotel, and take a leisurely walk to the mineral springs after dinner. Today's visitors still ride the train and take leisurely walks along Main Street, enjoying the antique and specialty
Georgia Railroad. In the early years, at different times, there were five hotels and several boarding houses in downtown Blue Ridge.
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