A massive pile of railroad ties stacked more than 15 feet high and a quarter-mile long could be seen along the Union Pacific Railway in downtown Merced between R and V streets Thursday afternoon (05-22-15).
A massive pile of railroad ties stacked more than 15 feet high and a quarter-mile long could be seen along the Union Pacific Railway in downtown Merced between R and V streets Thursday afternoon (05-22-15). efunez@modbee.com
A massive pile of railroad ties stacked more than 15 feet high and a quarter-mile long could be seen along the Union Pacific Railway in downtown Merced between R and V streets Thursday afternoon (05-22-15). efunez@modbee.com

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