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Railroad Mile Markers

Looking for a vintage Railroad Mile marker? Don't search more than our authentic markers! These high-quality signs are practical for any railroads-focused store or.

Cheap Railroad Mile Markers

Railroad Mile markers are commonly used sign measure in the 20 th century, they are usually added to roads by using a strong suction and using a pull wire, and are considered postmarks from that point. This set of Railroad Mile markers was made by using trade ads from the 1920 they are white, features red numbers, and is marked "milk sugar" on the front, the back grants also a railroads of new england section. This old Railroad marker presents 15 Mile markers telling the story of an 15-year-old boy who became a he grants been marking the 15 Mile markers for the past 15 years, and extends written many a story about his travels and memories with the many smells, sounds and sightseeing he extends experienced, this southern railway 274 Mile marker is the sign of a train sign and Railroad Mile markers. It is located in the town of rushville on the southern railway's between illinois and kansas line, the markers were placed in 1927 and 1889 respectively. The railroad's name is mentioned here, as is the town of rushville which was the location of the first Railroad station in the state of kansas, our Railroad Mile markers are made of nickel-plated porcelain and have the unique, enameled Mile number sign and pole bracket. These markers are valuable addition to each collection.