Railroad ties...old ones. Any practical uses? I have been breaking my back each weekend tearing up what the former owner of my property called his teenage parking platform right alongside my driveway. I can olny manage sometimes 2, but 4 this weekend. (I must have been exceptionally determined in the heatwave.) And don't talk to me about burning them. Already tried. Toxic fire. No not on my garden spot...in my ditch...My theory...I know my oldest daughter is a chemist...Since I was having a hard time keeping up with mowing my ditch, and determined not to let it get the best of me, My new neighbors are loving me already...Yes, I must be weak, but I thought I was making progress by moving a few each weekend when I am there, as much as my muscles can handle. No, how depressing. I counted...still 35 left. I haven't even made a dent in it. From what I have hard and read, the creosote is not a good thing for gardening. They are so unsightly, and weeds and tree seedlings are growing up between them. I will have to call around. I don't know if the county dump would even accept something like that, and I have a little Chevy S10 pickup. I am not going to haul them in that, and I have no money at this point to pay someone else to deal with it.