Rail, is a sculpture in tribute to Simon Rodia.
Using the railway track adjacent to his plot, he bent his metal bars.
The sculpture represents a section of this railway line with a curved bar between the sleepers and the rail.
The track is made of varnished burnt wood, echoing his hard work, often vandalized, as well as the Watts district destroyed by fire during the various riots.
The bar is made of stainless steel, an unalterable metal, because its work, despite several attempts at destruction, has been saved, preserved and restored.