Turns out the railroad is pretty protective about their scrap. I see lots on e Bay, but I'm sure they are all stolen I can't help with the spikes but I wonder how they would feel about me recycling the 20' of track they left on some private property I have access to. They used the property as a staging area when they were doing track maint. sorry, I have only found a couple of the spikes like you are looking for and you cant have them.
I used to collect them as a kid from abandoned rail sidings and bridges I would find while out fishing.
The fine material used to produce mortar for stone and brick masonry and for the mortar component of concrete is commonly termed "fine aggregate" while the coarse material used in concrete only is termed "coarse aggregate." Antichecking iron. A waterway bed protection consisting of timber, concrete, riprap, paving or other construction placed adjacent to substructure abutments and piers to prevent undermining by scour. Soil, usually granular, placed behind and within the abutment and wing walls. The water of a stream retained at an elevation above its normal level through the controlling effect of a condition existing at a downstream location such as a flood, an ice jam or other obstruction. Selected material placed on the roadbed to support it and to hold track in line and surface.
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A track structure designed to derail rolling stock in case of an emergency (say for example, a cut of cars rolling down an industrial spur to a mainline track would likely derail upon hitting the turnout at the mainline.
A derail set ahead of this point would derail the cars before reaching the mainline reducing the risk of damage to mainline equipment and trackage).
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If there are big chunks of track missing and it is covered in scaly rust then I would take the loose spikes.