If there’s one thing to be said about ping pong tables, it’s that they’re typically standard. In fact, even when reading the worlds “ping pong table,” you’re likely picturing a green table with a white net and black legs. But, the Railyard Ping Pong Table is here to prove that not all tables are built the same.
This table is built using salvaged and reclaimed rail pieces. The side rails were created in 1904 by the Tennesse Coal & Iron Company. Instead of a white net, this table uses a rail manufactured in 1943. And since the rails add a significant amount of weight when compared to a standard pong table, a sturdy base had to be fashioned out of large oak and hickory timbers, which just so happens to be the very same tree that sourced the ties for the rails used. This one-of-a-kind table arrives with four paddles, a regulation net and a box of ping pong balls, all for the price of $14,000. [Purchase]