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Number tons through freight (to and from other
roads going over and beyond this road)
Total number tons freight carried

53,059

115,698

150

Average number of persons employed

DESCRIPTION OF ROAD.

Main line of road in New Hampshire

Main line of road from Portland, Me., to Rochester,
N. H.

52.5 miles.

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in Maine

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steel-top rails

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Sidings and other tracks not above enumerated

Same in New Hampshire.

Total length of steel rails in tracks, not including

[Weight per yard, 56 lbs.]

Number of stations in New Hampshire on all roads operated by this company

Number of telegraph offices in same

Number of stations on all roads owned by this company

Same in New Hampshire.

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mail and baggage cars

8-wheel box freight cars.
8-wheel platform cars

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Length of heaviest engine and tender, from center
of forward truck-wheel of engine to center of rear
wheel of tender

Total length of heaviest engine and tender over all
Number of locomotives equipped with train brake

[Kind of brake, Westinghouse automatic.]

Number of cars equipped with train brake

[Kind of brake, Westinghouse automatic.] Number of passenger cars with Miller platform and buffer

RATES OF FARE, ETC.

Average rate of fare per mile received from passengers to and from other roads

Average rate of fare per mile for season-ticket pas

sengers

*

Average rate of fare per mile received from all

sengers.

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NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF OFFICERS.

George P. Wescott, President; Joseph W. Peters, Superintendent and General Passenger Agent; William H. Conant, Treasurer and Clerk of Corporation.

* Reckoning twelve passengers per week for time of each season ticket.

NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF DIRECTORS LAST ELECTED.

George P. Wescott, Nathan Webb, W. L. Putnam, C. McCarthy, Jr., Portland, Me.; I. S. Ricker, Deering, N. H.; George C. Lord, Newton, Mass.; Richard Olney, Boston, Mass.; Arthur Sewall, Bath, Me.; Stephen J. Young, Brunswick, Me.

PROPER ADDRESS OF THE COMPANY:

PORTLAND & ROCHESTER RAILROAD,

PORTLAND, ME.

WILLIAM H. CONANT,

Treasurer.

STATE OF MAINE.

CUMBERLAND, SS. March 2, 1887. Then personally appeared William H. Conant, and made oath to the truth of the foregoing statement by him subscribed, according to his best knowledge and belief.

JOHN A. WATERMAN,

19

Justice of the Peace.

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$32,215.22

Balance at commencement of year as so changed
Balance September 30, 1886 (surplus)

ANALYSIS OF EARNINGS.

From local passengers (all passengers starting from
or stopping at any station on this road) *
From through passengers (to and from other roads
over and beyond this road)

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97,970.60

11,049.46

$59,479.18

72,708.97

*Including passengers and freight to and from other roads starting from or stopping at stations on this road.

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Total earnings from passenger department

145,891.17

From local freight (all freight starting from or stopping at any station on this road)

*

132,850.67

From through freight (to and from other roads over

and beyond this road)

From other sources, freight department

Total earnings from freight department

Total transportation earnings

Income from all other sources, viz.:

Old rails sold

Sundry accounts

Total income from all sources

ANALYSIS OF EXPENSES.

Legal expenses and miscellaneous

82,445.72

188.74

215,485.13

361,376.30

32,215.22

$32,205.22

10.00

$393,591.52

Salaries of general officers and clerks

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Insurance

1,326.94

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle

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Switchmen, watchmen, flagmen, and signalmen
Repairs of passenger, baggage, and mail cars
Passenger-train service †

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13,930.63

574.23

34,595.16

1,932.24

1,015.60

2,918.20

7,227.76

10,421.49

13,976.13

15,125.04

19,957.14

10,907.16

704.08

458.49

711.57

Including passengers and freight to and from other roads starting from or stopping at stations on this road.

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