West Virginia Split Rail
found its origin in the tradition of hand split logs into
rails. These were stacked in the style depicted in the
picture and found at National Civil War Parks such as
Gettysburg. When you want the historical look and feel
of Early America, this is the fence for you.
Today, the product is no longer hand split.
It is sawn, as we do our traditional split rail, except there
are no tapers on the end of the rails. This gives the
product the size and shape of the original snake rail fence.