Hi folks, as the title says, I'm trying to find out more or less how much a twenty foot rail from a rail road weighs. Behind my backyard I have an old rustic rail road trail that is filled with wildflowers, birds, bees and an absolutely awesome unobstructed view of the Rocky Mountain front range. An organization called Rails to Trails has started to work on the trail to make it an official nature trail with trailhead markings and maps and signs. It has always been a wonderful walk for the dog and people even take their horses up there to trot around. Problem is we had a city engineering crew come out to work on some infrastructure about three miles down the trail and they left three twenty foot long rails laying across part of the trail. I called the city right away to tell them and they were going to line them back parallel to the trail and off to the side. Of course the numbnuts forgot to do that before packing up the equipment and now do not want to pack the equipment back up to fix the problem. I got permission to move the rails myself and was thinking about taking the cruiser and a tow strap and just driving em down the trail a ways and then off to the side. Is this realistic? I have no idea whether something like that would weigh 500 pounds or 5000 pounds - its allotta steel. Anyone, either by career or by hobby know what these things weigh??? Thanks.