In an earlier work report, we noted the presence of quite a bit of surplus railroad rail, mostly in small sizes, and in varying grades of condition on the Tuckahoe grounds.
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Fortunately, our earlier efforts did not completely destroy the tapped hole the screw broke in--the threads were still usable.