I don’t know how much these weigh, but they are very heavy. I had to drill my own wholes.
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Average around 60 to 70 pounds
Over a hundred
They are very heavy. Some of them weigh 200+lbs
Because the universe is messing with you.
its a organic wood/coal/oil tar product that was used for preserving wood from decay and bugs. It was used for about 150 years starting in 1840ish on bridges, telephone poles, barns and railroad ties before it was substituted in the 80's with copper green wood preservative that is made with arsenic. Creosote is present in your fire place chimney and is the flavor that is developed when smoking meats. I would not recommend drinking it. When I was a kid in the late 60s we would paint the barn with it and soak the fence posts in a bucket of it, you did not want it to splash on you.
It varies as these are used railroad ties in various condition. They are close to the size listed, but are not consistent.