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Bridging

Superstructure, including rails

Passenger and freight stations, wood-sheds, and

water-stations

Engine-houses, car-sheds, and turn-tables

Machine-shops and carpenter-shops

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$32,308.97

2,343.82

$239,594.12

$5,741.51

16,062.12

580.00

349.32

4,598.64

2,550.32

$29,881.91

29,881.91

$214,153.76

$40,860.23

39,162.78

10,368.89

14,126.40

104,518.30

$318,672.06

Total assets (as per books of the company)

LIABILITIES.

Funded debt, receiver's loan certificates .

Unfunded debt, vouchers and accounts

Profit and loss balance

Total liabilities (as per books of the company)

$250,000.00

57,622.60

11,049.46

$318,672.06

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Other train mileage.

11,346

Total train mileage

327,938

Number of local passengers (including season)

89,776

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

57,731

147,507

Local passenger mileage (local passengers

carried

one mile)

1,987,465.8

Through passenger mileage (through passengers

carried one mile)

2,142,749.5

Total passenger mileage

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Number tons local freight

136,715.2

Number tons through freight (to and from other

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Sidings and other tracks not above enumerated
Total length of track, computed as single track

[Weights per yard, 60, 56, and 50 lbs.]

91.354 miles.

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Total miles of road operated by this company
Total miles of road operated by this company in

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Number of telegraph offices in same

Number of stations on all roads owned by this com

Same in New Hampshire.

* Carried to and from other roads.

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STATEMENT OF EACH ACCIDENT IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.

April 11, 1886. — Albert Billings, conductor of construction train, struck by piece of bridge iron and ankle broken, at Bartlett. August 4.-George Harmon, freight brakeman, fell from car near Cook's cut in Conway, and had his neck broken.

GENERAL INFORMATION.

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Maximum weight of locomotives in working order
Average
Maximum weight of tenders full of fuel and water
Average
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

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Number of locomotives equipped with train brake . [Kind of brake, Eames.]

Number of cars equipped with train brake

[Kind of brake, Eames.]

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Miller platform and buffer

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of highway bridges less than 18 feet above

Number of crossings at which gates or flagmen are maintained

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Number of railroad crossings at grade:*

Maine Central, at Portland, Me.

Boston & Maine, at Portland, Me.

Portland & Rochester, at Westbrook, Me.

Boston, Concord & Montreal, at Fabyan's, N. H.

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NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF OFFICERS.

Samuel J. Anderson, Receiver, Portland, Me.; John F. Anderson, Chief Engineer, Portland, Me.; Jonas Hamilton, Superintendent, Portland, Me.; Walter Tolman, General Freight Agent, Portland Me.;

*On miles of road owned in New Hampshire.

Charles H. Foye, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Me.; John W. Dana, Treasurer, Portland, Me.; Charles H. Foye, Clerk of Corporation, Portland, Me.

PROPER ADDRESS OF THE COMPANY:

PORTLAND & OGDENSBURG RAILWAY,

PORTLAND, ME.

SAMUEL J. ANDERSON,

Receiver.

STATE OF MAINE.

CUMBERLAND Co., ss. December 31, 1886. Then personally appeared Samuel J. Anderson, receiver of Portland & Ogdensburg Railroad Company, and made oath to the truth of the foregoing statement by him subscribed, according to his best knowledge and belief. JOHN W. DANA,

Justice of the Peace.

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