110 Year Old Railroad Steel Used to Make a Sturdy, Stylish Ping Pong Table

By: | September 13th, 2015

Rail Yard Studios

Are you sick and tired of buying a ping pong table or even playing on one at a hotel that can’t seem to keep its shape?

Tables seem to bend, break, lean, and simply crack as a result of weather and people leaning on them, among other things.

Rail Yard Studios is looking to increase the life spans of ping pong tables by creating them from old railroad parts.

Specifically, salvaged rails that were manufactured over 110 years ago and lumber that supported real trains are used to create the sturdiest ping pong tables I’ve ever seen.

Not only do they hold up well, but they also look a whole heck of a lot better than a traditional ping pong table.

These railroad ping pong tables are what man cave dreams are made of!

Rail Yard Studios

Rail Yard Studios

Rail Yard Studios

Rail Yard Studios

Rail Yard Studios

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