Annual Reports Compilations

ANNUAL REPORTS FOR THE CINCINNATI NORTHERN RAILROAD its PREDECESSORS AND SUCCESSORS
The  following information was obtained  from the Ohio Historical Society in  Columbus, Ohio.  As incomplete as  it is, this  is what was available.   It is difficult  to track one  particular item through all annual reports because the format and information requested was  always changing. 

THE CINCINNATI, VAN WERT AND MICHIGAN RAILROAD for the year 1885

Purchased the  Paulding and Cecil Railroad for  $75,000.00.  It ran  from Tecumseh in Darke County north  to Cecil in Paulding County just  south of the Maumee River.  Track work was of both square and broken joints and used fish plates and angle bars.  The road owned two engines with Westinghouse brakes and four cars also equipped  with the Westinghouse  equipment.  There were seven leased engines on the road.  The  passenger cars used  Miller couplers.  Heat for  the passenger cars was  provided by stoves.  Lamps provided interior light.  The  railroad employed  seven conductors,  21 station agents and 70  section men.  There were  80,035 passengers carried  for an average trip  of 13 miles at 3 cents a  mile cost. 
Freight moved  (in tons)
			agricultural  products	489 
			coal			835 
			flour			232 
			grain			2,469 
			ore			1,382 
			manufactured  goods	2,882 
			quarry  products	17,423 
			lumber			34,842 
			live stock		733 
			petroleum  products	152 
			salt			118 
			general merchandise	1,422 
			miscellaneous		802 
One conductor was killed during the  year when he was caught between cars.  The pole broke while poling a car into a siding.

THE CINCINNATI LEBANON AND NORTHERN for 1885

This is the three foot gauge railroad that went north from the Court Street station in Cincinnati. Six engines with Westinghouse air brakes were shown on the report. The Miller hook coupling system was used and the passenger cars were heated by stoves and lit by lamps. The maximum speed for passenger trains was 30 MPH while freights were limited to 15 MPH. Trains were required to maintain 1 mile of separation. The road reported moving 285,533 passengers.

Freight  moved (in tons) 
			coal			27,028 
			flour			278 
			grain			4,071 
			manufactured goods	416 
			quarry products		5,840 
			live stock		2,461 
			lumber 			5,472 
			general  merchandise	3,361 
			miscellaneous freight	4,386 

Four people lost their lives on the railroad in 1885, two trespassers, one foreman and one engineer in a derailment.

THE CINCINNATI, JACKSON AND MACKINAW for the period of July 1, 1889 to November 7, 1889.

Both the Lewisburg quarry and Germantown distillery branches were in operation. Passenger revenues were $91,388.37 from 137,186 paying customers. The average distance traveled was 26 miles for an average fare of 52 cents. Freight revenues were reports as $164,583.11.

Freight hauled  (in tons) 
			grain			13,317 
			flour			1,769 
			hay			3,721 
			tobacco			1,096 
			fruit and vegetables	2,797 
			livestock and meat	4,062 
			coal			121,434 
			quarry products 	73,149 
			lumber			32,748 
			manufactured goods	51,478 

The CJ&M indicated it had trackage rights on the Cleveland, Cincinnati and Indianapolis from Franklin, Ohio to Cincinnati.

ngines and rolling stock:

				passenger engines		10 
				freight  engines		14 
				switch  engines 		1 
				first class passenger cars	11 
				second class passenger cars 	4 
				combination  cars		5 
				baggage/express/mail		3 
				box  cars			530 
				flat  cars			202 
				stock  cars			19 
				coal  cars			120 
				refrigerated  cars		4 
				caboose				8 

Passenger trains consumed 4,785 tons of coal while traveling 157,908 miles for a use rate of 60.6 pound per mile. Freights used 7,249 tons traveling 180,075 miles for a use rate of 80.51 pounds per mile.

THE CINCINNATI, JACKSON AND MACKINAW for November 8, 1889 through December 31, 1890

Passenger revenues were $128,924.45 and freight was $389,659.33

Pay  scales  (per day) 
			station  agent	$1.34 
			engineer 	3.20 
			fireman		1.83 
			conductor	2.57 
	other  station and  track  men	1.10 

THE CINCINNATI, LEBANON AND NORTHERN 1900

The railroad was incorporated as the Miami Valley Narrow Gage Railway, November 9, 1874. It was sold under foreclosure April 8, 1880 and reorganized as the Cincinnati Northern on June 8, 1880. The road was sold again in foreclosure on June 27, 1885. On June 30, 1900 the railroad was known as the Cincinnati, Lebanon and Northern. It was 30.41 miles long with one branch line from Blue Ash to Montgomery (1.35 miles.)

THE CINCINNATI NORTHERN for 1900

There were six stock holders. The railroad used the Big Four from Franklin to Middletown, the Middletown and Cincinnati to Hagman Junction and the CL&N from Hagman Junction into East Norwood then the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern into Cincinnati.
On the other end of the line the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern was used into the Jackson terminal. The railroad was also undergoing reorganization.
Passenger revenue for 1900 was $163,046.05 and freight brought in $336,685.14 for a total of $499,731.19. Maintenance of Way cost $511,539.70 for a deficit of $11,808.57. Figures for employee wages etc. were not available.
There were 284,551 passengers transported for an average trip of 26.9 miles. Freight tonnage that earned revenue was $524,381. Passenger trains traveled 241,904 miles and the freights went 221,990 miles. Mixed trains went 40,066 miles.

Freight in tons 
      agricultural products       91,917 
      livestock                   14,161 
      coal                        1,152 
      quarry products             63,214 
      lumber                      40,045 
      manufactured goods          8,787 
      miscellaneous goods         16,845 
Engines  and rolling  stock 
      passenger engines           12 
      freight engines              9 
      switch engines               1 
      first class  pass. cars     11 
      second class pass. cars      3 
      combines                     3 
      baggage/mail                 5 
      box cars                   793 
      flat cars                   120 
      stock cars                  40 
      coal cars                   63 
82,180  white  oak ties were laid in 1900 with  an average  cost 
per  tie of $41.54. 
Coal  Consumption 
      type of train  tons        miles        lb. /mile 
      passenger      871,493      301,738       57.76 
      freight      1,877,869      321,872      104.26 
      switcher       197,034      75,492        52.20 
      const/mow       82,004      30,033        54.61 
The  telegraph used by  the railroad was owned  by western union Telegraph  and the Middletown and Cincinnati  Railroad. 

THE CINCINNATI NORTHERN annual report for 1910

The  annual report noted that  the Cincinnati Northern  was part of  a consolidated company  consisting of; 
      1. The Dayton and  Cincinnati Terminal Company,  organized May 24, 1894. 
      2. The Cincinnati, Jackson  and Mackinaw organized March 12, 1886. 
      3. The Jackson and Cincinnati Railroad  Company organized August 9, 1895. 

There were  still two spurs listed, the  Lewisburg Quarry and the distillery at Germantown. 

The Cincinnati Northern  had trackage rights  over the Cleveland, Cincinnati,  Chicago and St.  Louis from Franklin, Ohio into Cincinnati  for a total  distance from Jackson, Michigan of 138.4 miles. 
Operating  revenues           $1,243,026.41 
Total expenses                  $936,446.14 
      Profit                    $306,580.27 

Improvement  expenses 
      steam locomotive           $15,600.00 
      freight car                 83,848.68 
      road                        27,650.29 

Income 
      freight                    $812,771.37 
      passenger                   175,315.67 
      excess baggage                3,406.04 
      mail                         16,643.23 
      express                      17,179.90 
      milk moved  on pass. trains   3,513.81 
      other pass. train  revenue      263.01 

Maintenance  of Way 
      ties                        $46,116.62 
      roadbed and track            64,040.50 
      jointly owned track & fac.   42,661.93 


Equipment   maintenance 
      steam  locomotives          $76,726.90 
      car repairs; 
      passenger                    12,326.56 
      freight                      68,037.72 
      freight  car renewal         63,222.03 

Jointly owned  yards and terminals 
      Latty,  Ohio               NYC&St.L 
      West Manchester, Ohio      PCC&St.L 
      Addison Junction,  Mich.   LS&MS 
      Jackson, Michigan          Michigan Central 
The  railroad carried 600,564 passengers,  earning $259,344.28.

1,487,064   tons of freight  were  moved and an  average  distance 
of  112.94 miles.   Total  freight income  was  $974,417.49. 
Locomotive  mileage  for  1910 
      freight                      644,635 
      passenger                    362,252 
      switching                    116,575 

Car  mileage 
      freight; 
       loaded                      6,400,396 
       empty                       2,892,606 
      caboose                        450,367 
      passenger car                  689,548 
      sleeper/parlor/observation      24,469 
      other  passenger               278,533 

Train  mileage 
      freight          450,367 
      passenger        308,344 
      special  trains      461 
      non-revenue        8,813 

Freight  hauled  (in  tons) 
      agricultural   products      145,123 
      animal  products             24,682 
      mine  products               700,813 
      wood  products               125,650 
      manufactured    products     197,593 
      merchandise  and misc.       46,514 


Cincinnati   Northern  owned steam locomotives   in 1910 (all  had 
train  brakes  and automatic  couplers) 
      passenger        10 
      freight          16  retired 2 
      switchers        1 

Cincinnati   Northern  cars 
      passenger; 
       first  class                11 
       second  class               3 
       combination                 3 
       baggage/express/postal      6 
      freight; 
         type          12-31-1909       12-31-1910         retired 
         box           1533               1405              128 
         flat            61                52                17 
         stock           34                31                 3 
         coal            65                56                 9        
         caboose         20                21                 2 added  3 
     M.O.W. 
       gravel                              43 
       derrick                              1 
       other                               12 
Track in miles 
     Cincinnati  Northern owned     205.18
     operated under trackage rights  39.62  
     yards and sidings               43.65 
Fuel consumption 
                     coal        soft wood     miles      lb./mile 
                     tons        cords         traveled 
     freight         37,860       180           531,995    142.67 
     passenger       11,373       70            297,712     77.31 
     special             18        0                623     57.78 
     non-revenue        558        8              6,447    174.34 
     switch           4,347       30            105,311     82.84 
Average cost of  fuel at the  distribution point 
     bituminous  coal            $1.744/ton 
     wood                        1.75/cord 
Accidents 
     coupling                    1 injured 
     collisions                  1 injured 
     fall from  train            3 injured, 1  death 
     struck by  train; 
      at grade  crossing         3 injured 
      at  a station              1 injured 
Track statistics (in miles) 
     main  line; 
      total  length of railroad                165.3 
      number of  curves                        122 
      total  length of curves                   20.64 
      length of  straight line track           144.66 
      level  track                              43.45 
      ascending  grades                        131 
      total  length  of ascending grades        65.99 
      total  ascent  in feet                   999 
      descending   grades                      133 
      total  descent in feet                   1202.40 
      total  length  of descending grades       55.86 
     branches; 
      Lewisburg  quarry 
       length                                   1.12 
       curves                                    .44                              
        straight track                           .68 
        descending curves [4]                    .15 
        descent in feet                           54 
        length of grades                         .97 
      Germantown   distillery 
        length                                  1.84 
        curves [8]                               .80 
        straight track                          1.04 
        level track                              .68 
        ascents in feet  [3]                      28 
        descents in feet  [1]                      2 
        length of descent [in  feet]              16 

Bridges 
      42 stone longest 60  feet 
      24 iron longest 487  feet 
      47 trestles longest 204  feet 

THE CINCINNATI NORTHERN December 31, 1920

Revenue 
      freight                    $2,707,268.44 
      passenger                     202,369.54 
      mail                           63,580.34 
      express                        22,907.69 
      milk                            8,327.59 
      switching                       9,472.69 
 Total revenue,  1920            $3,015,918.28 

Expenses 
      maintenance of way  and equipment         $59,417.87 

The  Germantown distillery spur  had been abandoned. 

Trackage rights 
      Michigan Central and New York Central in Jackson, Michigan 
                                              1.22 miles 
      CCC&St.L in  Cincinnati                 1.45 miles 
      B&O Ivorydale, B&O  junction            5.9 miles 
      CCC&St.L Ivorydale  to Franklin, Ohio  31 miles 

The Cincinnati Northern had 36 steam locomotives in 1920. This is the first year steel underframes are mentioned in the report.  It is also the first time the report form asks for information on electric locomotives.  The Cincinnati Northern had none. 


Revenue   cars 
   Type           Began     Added   Retired   Total   Owned   Leased 
                  year 
   box            1399      2        26        1375    879      496 
   flat             12      0         2          10     10        0 
   stock            23      0         1          22     22        0 
   coal             70      1        17          54     54        0 
   caboose          20      1         0          21     19        2 
   coaches          13      0         0          13     13        0 
   combines          5      0         0           5      5        0 
   baggage/exp.      2      0         1           1      1        0 
M.O.W 
   ballast          41      0         0          41     41        0 
   derrick           3      0         0           3      3        0 
   steam   shovels   1      0         0           1      1        0 
   other            30      2         2          30     30        0 

Rail  in  use  by weight 
   pounds         miles 
                  in use 
     90              .41 
     80           128.66 
     75             5.46 
     70             73.54 
     65             1.08 

Grade  crossing   protection 
      gates   only                              1  (with another railroad) 
      part time flagmen only on streets         5 
      crossing alarm only on streets            5 
      interlocking                             13 
      signals not interlocked with railroads    5 includes one interurban 
      derails on  electric RR                   2 
      unprotected with inter-urban              3 
      unprotected streets roads               273 

The Cincinnati Northern owned  410.6 miles of telegraph and telephone wire. 

Tie replacement 
      new  treated  oak              43,234  cost  $1.31  each 
      new untreated oak               8,655         1.24 
      average number of ties per mainline mile  1,022 

Freight hauled in tons            441,363 
Passengers transported            254,720                                 
Locomotive miles traveled 
                   freight        451,162 
                   passenger      259,748 
                   switch train    58,708 
                   yard switch     57,525 

Car miles traveled 
     freight     18,658,901 
     caboose        441,363 
     passenger      804,633 

Freight totals for  1920 
                                total          tons 
                                car loads 
     agricultural               11,882         262,510 
     animal products             2,048          21,369 
     mine products*             38,254       1,838,867 
     forest products             8,359         222,521 
     manufactured goods/ 
        miscellaneous           21,640         454,430 
     1.c.1                                      63,456 
       totals                   82,183       2,863,153 
     *principally coal 

Pay rates (average total number of employees per month 868) 
     general officer            $5,015.00/year 
     freight brakeman            2,673.26 
     freight engineer            3,787.60 
     passenger  engineer         3,325.74 
     passenger conductor         3,754.93 
     freight conductor           3,663.15 

Fuel consumption 
                     coal       avg. cost   fuel oil  fuel oil 
                     tons       ton         gallons   cost/gallon 
     freight         59,753     $5.88        4,171     $0.125 
     passenger       11,566                  2,086 
     switcher         3,887                  1,043 

No mention was made of what type of engine used the fuel oil . 

1920 is the last year the Cincinnati Northern submitted an annual report to the state of Ohio. 

Annual report information from the  Ohio Historical Society archives, Columbus Ohio. 

The Cincinnati Northern Railroad Company

STATISTICAL TABLES, 1909-1928

Dividends

Fiscal Period Dividends Rate per cent of dividend Surplus to profit and loss Railway operating revenue per mile of road operated Railway operating expenses per mile of road operated Net revenue railway operations per mile of road operated Railway tax accruals per mile of road owned Notes
1911 $90,000.00 3 $59,686.06 $54,753.35 $3,628.70 $1,124.38 $238.05
1912 $90,000.00 3 $29,851.84 $5,263.00 $4,161.88 $1,101.12 $271.96
1913 $45,000.00 1.5 $2,836.41 $5,103.51 $4,360.17 $743.34 $306.79
1914 $45,000.00 1.5 $20,450.35 $5,798.20 $4,875.60 $922.60 $313.44 *
1915 $156,248.60 $5,872.03 $5,803.52 $68.51 $325.06 d
1916 $28,671.70 $5,988.41 $4,955.98 $1,032.43 $327.02
1915 $90,000.00 3 $190,675.27 $6,629.11 $4,928.00 $1,701.11 $316.94 *
1916 $90,000.00 3 $358,622.46 $7,771.13 $5,323.27 $2,450.86 $363.22 *
1919 $90,000.00 3 $290,229.45 $9,934.99 $7,193.10 $2,741.89 $626.30 *
1920 $90,000.00 3 $213,791.20 $11,180.36 $9,312.50 $1,868.21 $629.65 *x
1921 $90,000.00 3 $131,399.87 $11,416.01 $8,591.39 $2,824.62 $595.32 *x
1922 $150,000.00 3 $355,216.53 $14,818.08 $12,200.30 $2,617.78 $816.06 *p
1923 $90,000.00 5 $412,488.40 $15,355.78 $10,797.64 $4,558.14 $1,340.29
1924 $180,000.00 3 $175,251.61 $14,324.25 $11,024.22 $3,300.03 $896.22
1925 $240,000.00 6 $569,950.46 $21,165.86 $14,619.37 $6,546.49 $1,206.14
1926 $300,000.00 8 $615,748.40 $19,763.83 $12,962.51 $6,801.37 $1,176.31
1925 $300,000.00 10 $663,995.58 $19,174.35 $12,382.05 $7,092.30 $1,516.02
1926 $300,000.00 10 $682,573.26 $19,688.13 $12,753.07 $6,935.06 $1,608.82
1927 $300,000.00 10 $432,104.53 $18,983.62 $12,912.60 $6,071.02 $1,680.82
1928 $300,000.00 10 $294,926.78 $16,631.02 $11,767.77 $4,863.25 $1,324.40
       

Calendar year

       * Dividends paid, charged to Profit and Loss 
       d Deficit 
       x Operation by trailed States Railroad Administration 
       p January-February: Federal control, March-August; Guaranty period,                     September-December Corporate operation 
       t Adjusted 
       q There was also Paid and charged to Profit and Loss an additional 40% amounting to $1,200,000 

Train Mileage

Fiscal period Freight train mileage Passenger train mileage Special train mileage Non-revenue train mileage Total train mileage Tons freight revenue carried Tons company revenue carried Notes
1909 434,253 296,142 383 20,414 751,192 $1,380,958.00 84,363
1910 468,744 314,332 944 14,880 798,910 $1,581,986.00 100,061
1911 450,341 318,155 763 7,279 776,538 $1,603,885.00 93,572
1912 566,591 302,534 612 15,533 885,270 $1,945,223.00 86,573
1913 478,121 329,934 20,476 828,531 $1,380,535.00 31,971
1914 463,800 323,933 414 4,462 797,609 $1,946,109.00 48,665
1915 411,862 306,867 866 4,310 724,405 $2,247,231.00 98,210
1916 417,695 328,743 32 12,718 759,218 $2,605,188.00 77,710
1917 578,554 285,068 13 9,419 873,084 $3,169,686.00 189,681
1918 414,901 258,501 10,553 683,955 $2,809,709.00 184,251 x
1919 355,568 252,726 107 4,605 613,006 $2,575,143.00 148,674 x
1920 441,363 254,720 42 4,928 701,053 $2,863,153.00 145,404 q
1921 412,770 254,723 9,349 676,342 $2,781,254.00 183,183 t
1922 426,540 247,897 214 8,473 383,124 $2,746,361.00 153,009
1923 665,674 259,759 30 14,448 939,911 $4,306,497.00 202,683
1924 588,750 259,254 173 11,133 359,310 $4,031,798.00 161,879
1925 580,754 258,682 108 6,977 846,521 $4,094,904.00 163,140
1926 618,418 257,352 59 8,960 884,789 $1,300,334.00 188,836
1927 590,278 256,924 83 11,937 859,272 $4,233,240.00 198,565
1928 524,100 257,612 32 6,563 733,307 $3,739,833.00 140,547

Passenger

Fiscal period Average number of passengers per train mile Average number of passengers per car mile Average distance traveled by each passenger Density of passenger traffic Average amount received from each passenger Receipts per passenger per mile Average passenger service train revenue per train miles Passenger services train revenue per mile of road
1909 41 18 20.7 58,594 $0.35 $1.68 $0.85 $1,218.12
1910 41 18 20.9 62,102 $0.36 $1.10 $0.86 $1,305.01
1911 39 17 20.0 59,525 $0.35 $1.76 $0.86 $1,319.95
1912 37 17 18.8 53,754 $0.35 $1.89 $0.86 $1,256.16
1913 36 15 19.3 57,445 $0.36 $1.88 $0.83 $1,323.51
1914 34 15 19.6 54,181 $0.38 $1.94 $0.81 $1,298.33
1915 33 14 19.8 49,131 $0.39 $1.95 $0.80 $1,192.76
1916 31 13 19.8 49,920 $0.39 $1.96 $0.78 $1,243.32
1917 32 14 21.6 44,246 $0.43 $1.99 $0.82 $1,134.01
1918 29 14 24.2 36,727 $0.60 $2.50 $0.94 $1,183.26
1919 33 15 26.3 39,993 $0.73 $2.79 $1.15 $1,493.59
1920 33 15 26.1 40,162 $0.77 $2.93 $1.41 $1,739.07
1921 25 12 25.0 31,321 $0.85 $3.42 $1.20 $1,477.11
1922 21 10 26.8 24,711 $0.94 $3.49 $1.00 $1,199.53
1923 18 9 30.2 23,238 $1.03 $3.42 $0.86 $1,076.40
1924 17 8 32.6 20,591 $1.04 $3.19 $0.76 $947.74
1925 12 7 35.2 14,670 $1.19 $3.38 $0.62 $777.73
1926 9 8 36.5 11,709 $1.26 $3.44 $0.56 $692.49
1927 8 7 39.0 9,880 $1.33 $3.41 $0.50 $620.95
1928 7 6 41.4 8,356 $1.37 $3.34 $0.46 $568.50

Tonage

Fiscal Period Empty cars per train mile (Caboose not included) Density of freight traffic Average amount received for each ton of freight Average revenue per ton per mile Freight revenue per train mile Freight revenue per mile of road Number of interline and local passengers carried Passengers carried one mile
1909 7.4 656,927 $0.67 $5.80 $2.12 3,708 583,995 12,093,808
1910 6.5 743,720 $0.64 $5.72 $2.17 4,126 611,924 12,817,780
1911 6.9 666,458 $0.60 $6.09 $2.14 3,942 614,398 12,285,920
1912 6.2 884,080 $0.59 $5.39 $2.02 4,672 591,302 11,094,836
1913 7.1 831,079 $0.61 $5.66 $2.39 4,666 615,679 11,856,736
1914 9.7 938,549 $0.61 $5.25 $2.56 4,839 571,568 11,182,890
1915 12.1 1,098,251 $0.61 $5.22 $3.31 5,556 513,228 10,138,741
1916 12.5 1,327,262 $0.63 $5.10 $3.91 6,654 519,583 10,301,579
1917 14 2,068,347 $0.69 $4.39 $3.77 8,876 421,944 9,130,658
1918 12 1,651,152 $0.90 $6.32 $6.10 10,052 313,460 7,578,923
1919 15.3 1,210,072 $0.99 $8.84 $7.19 10,162 314,004 8,253,053
1920 14.3 1,746,537 $1.14 $7.77 $7.36 13,222 317,271 8,287,765
1921 18 1,586,816 $1.23 $9.13 $8.29 13,983 259,043 6,463,329
1922 18.3 1,759,319 $1.18 $7.69 $7.58 13,213 190,316 5,099,400
1923 18 2,838,966 $1.14 $7.26 $7.40 20,138 158,959 4,795,488
1924 19.7 2,701,034 $1.14 $7.16 $7.88 18,878 130,226 4,249,598
1925 24 2,778,283 $1.11 $6.87 $7.83 18,659 86,120 3,027,694
1926 21.1 3,005,065 $1.70 $6.44 $7.47 18,950 66,143 2,416,538
1927 22.6 2,856,294 $1.50 $6.51 $7.56 18,313 52,340 2,039,113
1928 24.6 2,491,036 $1.40 $6.51 $7.43 15,975 41,975 1,724,564

Freight

Fiscal Period Tons of revenue freight carried one mile Tons of company freight carried one mile Average haul of revenue freight Average haul of all freight Average tons of revenue freight per train mile Average tons of all freight per train mile Average tons all freight per loaded car mile Loaded Cars per train mile
1909 158,306,762 4,453,348 114.7 111.1 365 375 26.4 14.2
1910 177,497,887 5,397,847 112.0 108.7 379 390 27.8 14
1911 158,423,758 4,638,589 98.8 96.1 352 362 27 13.4
1912 211,972,109 4,335,715 109.0 106.5 374 382 30.1 12.7
1913 201,632,088 1,708,014 107.2 106.3 422 425 27.8 15.3
1914 226,522,356 4,097,886 116.4 115.6 488 497 31 16
1915 261,494,848 8,323,444 116.4 115.0 635 655 33.9 19.3
1916 320,827,400 5,254,401 123.1 121.5 768 781 32.7 23.9
1917 496,632,468 11,519,115 156.7 151.3 858 878 35.3 24.9
1918 400,197,267 15,232,594 142.4 138.8 965 1,001 33.7 29.47
1919 289,222,204 15,232,032 112.3 111.8 813 856 32.3 26.5
1920 418,408,015 10,943,293 146.1 142.7 948 973 34.7 28
1921 374,914,864 13,394,864 134.8 131.0 908 941 37.2 25.3
1922 420,565,766 9,957,234 153.1 148.5 986 1,009 35 28.9
1923 677,956,710 16,085,290 157.4 153.9 1,018 1,043 35.6 29.3
1924 642,823,801 15,229,199 159.3 156.8 1,092 1,118 35.3 31.7
1925 661,643,191 15,229,809 161.6 158.8 1,139 1,166 36 32.3
1926 716,512,514 15,611,486 166.6 163.1 1,159 1,184 37.9 31.2
1927 685,010,303 10,868,697 161.8 157.0 1,160 1,179 38.2 30.8
1928 597,834,382 9,056,618 159.9 156.4 1,141 1,158 37.5 30.8

Rolling Stock

Fiscal Period() Steam locomotives Passenger Cars Other passenger-train cars Total passenger service cars Seating capacity Average number of passenger cars per train Freight Cars Capacity tons Company service cars
1909 29 17 6 23 950 3 1,642 45,455 59
1910 32 16 6 22 918 3 1,417 40,665 59
1911 32 16 6 22 918 3 1,305 37,170 61
1912 37 15 6 21 860 3 1,242 35,645 64
1913 35 15 6 21 860 3 1,121 32,635 64
1914 35 14 7 21 838 3 1,084 31,715 65
1915 43 14 7 21 850 3 1,102 32,850 65
1916 41 14 7 21 850 3 1,579 52,470 65
1917 43 14 7 21 852 3 1,550 51,560 72
1918 42 14 7 21 852 3 1,547 51,445 72
1919 39 13 7 20 808 3 1,524 51,185 75
1920 36 13 6 19 808 3 1,482 49,420 75
1921 35 13 6 19 808 3 1,452 48,495 71
1922 35 13 6 19 808 3 2,066 81,615 70
1923 33 13 6 19 808 3 1,772 78,830 67
1924 40 17 6 23 1,108 3 2,172 95,690 64
1925 39 16 5 21 1,044 3 2,162 95,350 56
1926 37 15 9 24 987 2 2,555 117,090 53
1927 35 10 7 17 679 2 2,531 116,370 45
1928 28 10 7 17 679 2 2,527 116,230 45
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