On track with new ties


Workers with Balfour Beatty install new railroad ties, the wooden supports that sit under the rails, at a railroad crossing near U.S. 68 south of Wilmington. Troy Miller, the superintendent on site, said the company was putting in ties, installing rail seal and pouring new asphalt from here to Columbus, and they apologize for the impact on motorists. “But at the end of the day, you’ve got a better product,” he said.

Workers with Balfour Beatty install new railroad ties, the wooden supports that sit under the rails, at a railroad crossing near U.S. 68 south of Wilmington. Troy Miller, the superintendent on site, said the company was putting in ties, installing rail seal and pouring new asphalt from here to Columbus, and they apologize for the impact on motorists. “But at the end of the day, you’ve got a better product,” he said.


Workers with Balfour Beatty install new railroad ties, the wooden supports that sit under the rails, at a railroad crossing near U.S. 68 south of Wilmington. Troy Miller, the superintendent on site, said the company was putting in ties, installing rail seal and pouring new asphalt from here to Columbus, and they apologize for the impact on motorists. “But at the end of the day, you’ve got a better product,” he said.

Workers with Balfour Beatty install new railroad ties, the wooden supports that sit under the rails, at a railroad crossing near U.S. 68 south of Wilmington. Troy Miller, the superintendent on site, said the company was putting in ties, installing rail seal and pouring new asphalt from here to Columbus, and they apologize for the impact on motorists. “But at the end of the day, you’ve got a better product,” he said.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/08/web1_IMG_3814.jpgWorkers with Balfour Beatty install new railroad ties, the wooden supports that sit under the rails, at a railroad crossing near U.S. 68 south of Wilmington. Troy Miller, the superintendent on site, said the company was putting in ties, installing rail seal and pouring new asphalt from here to Columbus, and they apologize for the impact on motorists. “But at the end of the day, you’ve got a better product,” he said.