How much is a railroad track per foot?

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Eduardo:
Like, around $25 to $35 per foot if you're meaning how much it costs per foot.
Marshall:
Like, around $25 to $35 per foot if you're meaning how much it costs per foot.
Hannah:
Like, around $25 to $35 per foot if you're meaning how much it costs per foot.
brady:
Like, around $25 to $35 per foot if you're meaning how much it costs per foot.
Rona Lachat:
It is estimated one Chinese worker died per every 2640 ft. For Canadian Pacific Railway construction.

On the 350 miles connecting British Columbia to the rest of Canada alone, 700 Chinese people died.
or did you want a money about for some wood and a bit of steel for track and the spikes to hold it down.

Mr.357:
Are you talking track or a rail? Rail comes in many different sizes typically rated by pounds per yard. Something in the 141 lb /yd would probably run $10-$30 per ft or so.
John:
Do you mean full-sized track or model track?
How much does it weigh or how much does it cost?
What size? Which gauge?

You need to be more specific.

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