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This Ping Pong Table Is Made from Railroad Tracks and Ties

by Conner Flynn
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If you are looking for the sturdiest ping pong table ever, check out the Click-Clack Table Tennis Table. It is unlike any ping pong table you have ever seen. It’s a luxury table for those who appreciate both trains and table tennis. The name obviously comes from the click-clack sound that trains make on the tracks.

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In case you were wondering, yes, it is regulation size, including the “net.” Both the net and the table supports are sections of railroad tracks with oak and hickory railroad ties holding it all upright. Railroad enthusiasts love stuff like this.

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It was created by Rail Yard Studios, who salvages wood and steel from railroads to make furniture. This table was recovered from the Tennessee Coal & Iron Company. The steel and wood were made in 1904 and 1921. You better wear your train conductor’s cap when you play on this table.

[via My Modern Met via Neatorama]

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