...umm I don't think so. They look like Roma-type flat prodded beans to me. If they vines are spiraling up then definitely pole beans. Roma-type bean pods are "meaty" -- more substantial. Try cooking the two kinds the same way and compare. Test in case the "strings" need to be removed.
If the pods turn out to be fibrous and tough even with strings removed, then these are shelling beans for fresh shelled or mature dried beans.
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