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SCHUYLERVILLE AND UPPER HUDSON RR. (Projected).
Line of Road.-Schuylerville, N. Y., to Quaker Springs, N. Y........ 16 miles. Capital stock authorized, $200,000; subscribed, 16,000; paid in, $1,600.
D. A. BULLARD–President...... Northumberland, N. Y. Treasurer-Samuel Sheldon..Schuylerville, N. Y. | Secretary-D. S. Potter....... Schuylerville, N. Y.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.. .Schuylerville, Sarataga Co., N. Y.
SCHENECTADY AND UTICA RAILROAD (Projected).
Line of Road.-Schenectady, N. Y., to Utica, N. Y......
.78 miles. Capital stock authorized, $2,400,000; subscribed, $116,00; paid in, $11,600. President-Daniel Crouse.. Utica, N. Y. | Treas. & Sec.-F. G. Wood.. Utica, N. Y. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.
Utica, N. Y.
SARATOGA AND SCHENECTADY RAILROAD.
(Leased in perpetuity to Rensselaer and Saratoga Company.)
Line of Road.-Schenectady, N. Y., to Saratoga, N. Y............. 21.50 miles. Sidings, etc., 1.57 mile. Gauge, 4 feet 84 inches. Rail, 56 and 65 lbs. to yard.
Operations.—Included in returns of lessee. Dividends, 64 per cent.
General Balances (October 1, 1868).—Capital stock, $300,000 ; funded debt-1st mortgage 7 per cent. bonds---$40,000. Per contra : Cost of road, $484,684 15.
Directors.—Le Grand B. Cannon, New York City; Hanford N. Lockwood, Stephen E. Warren and George Tibbits, Troy, N. Y.; James M. Marvin, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.; John Cramer, Waterford, N. Y.; George B. Warren, Alfred de F. Gale and H. C. Lockwood, Troy, N. Y. LE GRAND B. CANNON—President....
New York City. Sec. & Treas.-H. C. Lockwood...... Troy, N. Y. | Superintendent-I. V. Baker... . Troy, N. Y. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.
Troy, N. Y.
(Leased and operated by Richmond and Danville Railroad Company.)
Line of Road.-Danville, Va., to Greenboro', N. Car......
48.5 miles. Sidings, turnouts, etc., 1.98 mile. Gauge, 5 feet. Rail, 56 lbs. to yard.
Operations.-Included in returns of Richmond and Danville Railroad. Rent paid, $45,000 per annum. Cost of road, about $1,500,000. Stock mainly owned by R. & D. Company. A. S. BUFFORD-President.
.Richmond, Va. Sec. & Treas.-E. A. Barber...... Richmond, Va. | Gen. Supt.-T. Dodamead... Richmond, Va. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..
STREET (Horse) RAILROADS IN MASSACHUSETTS.
Albany Street Freight (Boston).
* Operated by Lynn and Boston Company. + Operated by Metropolitan Company.
Operated by Union Company.
$ Operated by Middlesex Company. +1 This Company own no tracks, but are a transportation company.
$ $ $
$ P. c.
72 8,565 7,328 1,237 729 2.44
136,885 101,378 35,507 17,000 10.00
1,063 7,280 7,058 222
78,378 72,120 6,258
676 134,686 94,633 40,053 8,000 5.71
640 41,495 31,818 9,677
* The rates of dividends on street railroads are computed on the amount of stock paid in.
COLUMBUS, SPRINGFIELD AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD.
(Operated by agreement by the Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland Company.)
Incorporated May 7, 1869, with a capital stock of $1,500,000. The Company purchased the Springfield and Columbus Railroad of Jacob W. Pierce, of Boston, who had previously purchased said railroad, sold under decree of U. S. District Court in May, 1868, for $100,000. They design to extend the road from London to Columbus, but as yet have done nothing in that direction. See SPRINGFIELD AND COLUMBUS RAILROAD, p. 19.
Directors.—Rush R. Sloane, George J. Anderson and John P. Thorpe, Sandusky, 0.; J. C. Buxton, Springfield, 0.; J. S. Farlow, I. M. Spelman and I. D. Farnsworth, Boston Mass. President-Rush R. Sloane..., . Sandusky, 0. | Sec. de Treas.-George J. Anderson Sandusky, O. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.
CINCINNATI AND ZANESVILLE RAILROAD.
(Formerly Cincinnati, Wilmington and Zanesville Railroad, sold October 17, 1863,
and reorganized under present title March 11, 1864.)
Line of Road.-Morrow (36 m. N. E. Cincinnati), O., to Zanesville, 0..132.12 m. Sidings, turnouts, etc., 9 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 10 inches. Rail, 56 lbs. to yard.
Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 16. Cars-passenger, 11; baggage and express, 54; freight, 2661-total, 293 cars. Included are 3 4-wh. express and 33 4-wh. freight cars, in both cases equated to 8-wh. cars.
Operations for the year ending June 30, 1869 :
Gross earnings—passenger, $109,741 51; freight, $193,313 71 ; mail and express, $30,174 37; rents, $338 95 ; other, $12,612 49—total, $346,181 03. Operating expenses, taxes, etc., $299,796 31. Nett earnings, $46,045 77. Interest, $1,426 42; new equipment, $10,312 07; new stations, etc., $31,995 63. Balance, $2,311 65.
General Balances.-Capital stock, $1,669,361 ; funded debt, 1st mortgage 7 per cent. bonds, due November 1, 1893, $1,300,000. Per contra : Cost of road and equipment, $2,969,361.
Directors (elected May 20, 1869).—Charles Moran, New York City; Charles Reemelin, George W. P. Atkinson, Peter A. White, Robert Brown, Joseph J. Gest and Erasmus Gest, Cincinnati, O.
ERASMUS GEST—President, Supt. and Engineer....... Cincinnati, O. Secretary-Charles Reemelin.. .Cincinnati, O. Auditor-D. C. Convers.
Cincinnati, O. Treasurer-Joseph J. Gest..
Gen. Fgt.& Tkt. Agt.-C. H. Abbott.Zanesville. Mast, Transp.-O. W. Shattuck.. Lancaster,
Mast. of Mach'y-E. P. Gould. Lancaster, Transfer Ağls.-Moran Brothers.. New York City. Mast. Car Rep.-D. T. Jewell. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.
ANNAPOLIS AND ELKRIDGE RAILROAD.
Line of Road.-Annapolis, Md., to Annapolis Junction.... 20.5 miles. Sidings, etc., 5 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 87 inches. Rail, 50 lbs. to yard.
Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 5. Cars—passenger, 10; baggage, mail, etc., 2; freight, 20—total, 32.
Gross earnings for the year ending September 30, 1869, $59,472 64. Capital stock, $350,000. Cost of road, etc., $4,550,000.
Directors (elected October 11, 1869).-George Wells, Jas. R. Harrison, G. E. Franklin, T. H. Stockett, L. Giddings, J. H. Nicholson, Annapolis, Md. State Directors : J. J. Waddell, J. T. Mason, A. Gassaway, Annapolis, Md.
Joshua BROWN—President and Superintendent..... Annapolis, Md. Treasurer-John A. Baldwin..... Annapolis, Md. Secretary-Joshua H. Nicholson... Annapolis, Md.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS. ..Annapolis, Ann Arundel Co., Md.
RONDOUT AND OSWEGO RAILROAD (in Progress).
Line of Road.—Rondout (Hudson River), N. Y., to Colliersville, N. Y..85 miles. Completed: Rondout (Hudson River), N. Y., to Shokan, N. Y..... .12 Gauge of track, 4 feet 84 inches Weight of rail, 57 lbs. to yard.
Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engine, 1. Cars-freight, 8.
General Balances (October 1, 1869).— Capital stock, $3,000,000; subscribed, $1,266,750; paid in, $1,005,630. Cost of road, etc., to date, $693,319 38.
Directors.—Thomas Cornell, Rondout, N. Y.; B. S. Morse, Red Falls, N. Y.; Lewis N. Hermance, Kingston, N. Y.; E. J. Burhaus, Roxbury, N. Y.; John C. Brodhead, Kingston, N. Y.; Hiram Schoonmaker and Edgar R. Newkirk, Rondout, N. Y.; Isaac W. Longyear, Shandaken, N. Y.; N. W. Watson, Shokan, N. Y.; James S Lindsley, Rondout, N. Y.; Orson M. Allaben, Margaretville, N. Y.; R. T. Hume, Harpersfield, N. Y.; Francis R. Gilbert, Stamford, N. Y. THOMAS CORNELL-President...
Rondout, N. Y. Treasurer-Anthony Benson...... Rondout, N. Y. | Engineer-A. M. Cady. Rondout, N. Y. Secretary-Hiram Schoonmaker....
Supt. & V. Pres.-J. C. Brodhead.. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.
Rondout, Ulster Co., N. Y.
ALBANY AND VERMONT RAILROAD.
(Leased in perpetuity, from June 12, 1860, to Rensselaer and Saratoga Company.)
Line of Road.-Albany, N. Y., to Waterford Junction, N. Y...........12 miles.
Directors.-E. Thompson Gale, Joseph M. Warren, James Forsyth, George H.
Troy, N. Y. Treas. & Sec.--Thos. W. Lockwood., Troy, N. Y. | Superintendent-I. V. Baker.. . Troy, N. Y. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.
Troy, N. Y.