The Bradshaw Collection is reclaimed wall paneling made from chemically untreated hardwood railroad ties salvaged from the former State Railway of Siam. Produced from century-old native hardwoods of Thailand, the Bradshaw Collection comes to you in unfinished, engineered hardwood planks. These planks will also accept a stain or oil finish if desired.


The Bradshaw Collection qualifies for LEED Credits.

When the Southern Line of the State Railway of Thailand was first built in 1903, the railroad ties used in its construction were made from native hardwoods of Thailand.  Because these hardwoods were much hardier and more durable than their North American counterparts, no preservatives or chemicals were needed to ensure longevity.  The history thus etched into these railroad ties over the last century has resulted in an environmentally friendly, high-quality hardwood paneling. 


Nothing remains unused in our reclaimed hardwood process.  Production begins with the factory in Thailand cleaning the railroad ties. The spike holes are then filled with epoxy and finally, the outer facing is trimmed to produce wall paneling.  In addition, the interior core of the railroad ties is cut into 3 mm thick wear-layer veneers used in the production of solid flooring. 


The Bradshaw Collection is a unique blend of history and rustic charm that will inspire the imagination while ensuring that your project will be as environmentally friendly as it is attractive.


Bradshaw wall paneling has a wide plank appearance.


Species:           Naturally aged, mixed tropical hardwood

                        100% Natural; No Creosote or Chemicals

Applications:  Interior and exterior   
Dimensions:   3/4” x 5 3/8” x 72”

Bundle Sizes:  10.48 sq ft  
Installation:    Nailed     
Finish:             Unfinished              

Thickness:       5 3/8"  

Highlights:      Qualifies for LEED Credits, recycled content, and

                        low emitting materials;


Spec Sheet

LEED Summary


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