Ping Pong Table Made from Reclaimed Rail Pieces
If you’ve been looking for that one man cave piece that will stand out from the rest and wow your friends, this is it. Click-Clack Table Tennis Table ($14,000 USD) is a custom ping pong table created by Robert Hendrick of Railyard Studios.
Made from salvaged and reclaimed rail pieces, hence the company’s name, the Click-Clack table uses rails produced in 1904 by the Tennessee Coal & Iron Company, while the rail used as the “netting” was manufactured in 1943. It even features evidence of its age and history with engine burn on the top.
This one-of-a-kind table is finished off with a railroad date nail from 1921 and comes with four paddles, a box of ping pong balls, and a regulation net, though I think the rail net is much cooler!