Does cast iron rust under water?

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Oren wrote:

Railroad tracks are steel. Iron would be too brittle - it would shatter the first time a train rolled over it in sub-zero weather.
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wrote:

I'm corrected... a rail road track (steel) section would make a good mooring, if they OP can acquire some.
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HeyBub wrote:

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It certainly is not be as strong as steel track, but thousands of miles of cast iron track were laid in this country before steel track became practical to produce.
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