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oritteropo says...

According to HyperCubeMD over on LL,

They are truck rails, most likely used in overhead or longshore cranes. Joints mean less smoothness in operation. Larger than regular train rails which indicates a very large load and so I would guess probably used for the latter.

eric3579 said:

Super curious to know why those i-beams need to be so long

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Also super curious why these railway tracks are so long. Covering all the bases

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