In modern times, rail transport carries the title of the most energy efficient mean of transport with minimal effect on our climate, considering the amount of weight it can carry. Side effects of such transport are mainly noise and vibrations, which cause unwanted damage to objects in direct vicinity of the rails. This assignment is a continuation of Matevž Mali's masters degree. Measurements made on the response measuring device had to be further analysed and studied. Based on the measurements, we can conclude that high dynamic stress produces higher responses of rail sleepers and tracks. Also, vibrosiolation element 2 has been providing the lowest acceleration amplitude. The results are going to help other researchers on their quest in understanding dynamic and static effects on railtrack responses.