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1,263 52

1,094 88

751 29

1,166 27



942,897 74



915,028 87

8,000 00

12,028 87

18,009 18



925,088 00



16

11

106

20



106
70
87



980,000 00

18,500 00

86,600 00

988 00



986,038 00



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872 MERRIMACK VALLEY STREET RAILWAY. [Jan.



Liabhitiks.

Capital stock,

Unfunded debt,

Surplus,

Total Liabilitibs, .



Copy of Profit and IjOss Aooount for the Year ending
Sept. dO, 1887.

Dr.

To expenses,

dividends,

Balance carried forward Sept. 80, 1887,



By balance Sept. 80, 1886,
total income.



Cr.



Description of Railway.

Length of railway owned by company, measured as a single
track, exclusive of sidings,

Aggregate length of switches, sidings, etc., . . . .

Total length of track, measured as single track, .

Weight of rail per yard, and description of rail: One half
mile of T rail, 30 pounds to the yard ; eight-tenths of
a mile street rail, 45 pounds to the yard, and the bal-
ance of street rail, 48 pounds to the yard.

Description of the several lines or routes operated by the
company :
Extends from Methuen, through Lawrence to North An-
dover ; from Merrimack Street, through Union, Andover
and Broadway to Essex Street; fVom Essex, through
Newbury, East Haverhill and Berkeley Streets to Jack-
son Street; from Union, down Canal Street to Paper
Mills.

Total length of railway measured as single track, not includ-
ing sidings, etc., operated by this company,



Miles Run, Etc.
Total number of miles run during the year, .
Total number of passengers carried in the cars, .
Total number of round trips for the year,
Number of persons regularly employed by company,
Rates of fare : 2/^ cents per mile.



$50,000 00
10,000 00
25,038 00



$85,088 00



$42,897 74

8,000 00

25,038 00



$70,485 74



$13,009 13
67,426 61



$70,485 74



7.55 miles.
.90 •*
8.45 "
2.60 "



7.55 miles.



212,262

992,543

47,460

45



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List op Accidents.



PaaMogertp .
Brnployeec, .
Othen,



Fbox Causks bb-

tox d thbir own

Control.



KiUed. iDjnred.



From thbir own
Misconduct or
Carblbssnbss.



Killed. iQjared.



Total.



Killed. Injared.



. Statement op Each Accident.

On the first day of October, 1886, Thomas R. Mitchell, a boy ten years old,
was stealing a ride. He jumped from the car, and broke one of his legs.
The case was tried, and the Judge ordered a verdict for the defendant.

On the 24th of May, 1887, a small boy by the name of Martin Esty, Junior,
aboat three years old, ran under a car, and was so badly injured that it was
necessary to amputate his leg. He died the following morning.



Proper Address of the CoBfPANY.

MERRIMACK VALLEY HORSE RAILROAD COMPANY,

Lawrence, Mass.



Nasie and Residence of Officers.

Hon. William A. Russell, President^ Boston, Mass. A. N. Kimball, Super-
intendentj Lawrence, Mass. James H. Eaton, Treasurer and Clerk of Corpo-
raUotij Lawrence, Mass.



Name and Residence of Directors last Elected
William A. Russell, Boston, Mass. A. W. Steams, Lawrence, Mass.



Hezekiah Plummer, Lawrence, Mass.
John A. Wiley, North Andover, Mass.



James Walton, Methuen, Mass.



H. PLUMMER,
JAMES WALTON,
A. W. STEARNS,
JOHN A. WILEY,

• Directors,
JAMES H. EATON,

Treasurer,
A. N. KIMBALL,

Superintendent,



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COMMONWKALTH OF MA88ACI1U8BTT8.

E88EX. 88. Oct. 29, 1887. Then personally appeared A. N. Kimball,
James H. Eaton, John A. Wiley, A. W. Stearns, James Walton and H. Plam-
mer, and severally made oath to the truth of the foregoing statement by
them subscribed, according to their best knowledge and belief.

Before me,

GEO. H. EATON.

JuMtice of the Peace.



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REPORT



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METROPOLITAN RAILROAD COMPANY.



For thb Tear ending September 80, 1887.



CAPITAL STOCK AND DEBT.
Capital Stock.
Capital stock authorized by charter, . . $2,000,000 00
Capital stock authorized by votes of company, 2,000,000 00
Capital stock paid (par value of shares 950),
Number of stockholders, 260



Debt.

Funded debt, as follows :

Bonds due 1897, rate of interest 6 per cent.,

Bonds due 1908, rate of interest 5 per cent..

Notes payable, due 1890, 627,442.13 at ii

per cent. ; due 1891, 8180,000.00 at 4 per

cent.; due 1905, $250,000.00 at 4 per

cent., , \

Unfhnded debt, as follows : . . . .

Sundry accounts, $81,905 88

Taxes, 1887-88 70,562 10

Interest, 15,980 28

Outstanding tickets, 2,577 88

Demand notes, 25,000 00



$600,000 00
500,000 00



457,442 12



Total Gross Debt, .
Amount of cash assets, viz. :

Cash

Supplies,
Debit balances,



$16,045 09
. 81,387 22
. 51,074 07



Net Debt,

Permanent Investments.
Railway.

Grading and paving,

Track, including timber, rails, etc., and laying.

Interest during construction, commissions,
discounts, etc.,

Engineering, agencies, salaries, and other ex-
penses during construction, .

Other railways (original cost, unknown) pur-
chased for,

Total Cost op Construction,



$1,821,862 58



420,558 65



$2,000,000 00



$1,457,442 12



146,025 64



$1,608,467 76
99,506 41



$1,503,961 85



$1,742,421 23



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[Jan.



Equipment.

Horses,

Cars,

Other articles of equipment,

Total Cost op Equipment,

Land and Buildings.
Land and buildings owned by company needed in operating
road,

Other Property.
Land on Huntington Avenue, estimated at . $175,000 00
Land and buildings on Washington, Guild and

Bartlett Streets 100,000 00

Land and buildings on Dunlow Street, Rox-

bury District 20,000 00

Land on Camden Street and Huntington Ave., 55,000 00

Total Amount of Permanent Investments,
Cash assets,

Total Property and Assets of Company, .

Property Accounts: Charges and Credits during the

Year.
Extension of tracks (number of feet, 82,719),

New horses (number, 177)

New cars (number, 77),

Other equipment,

Land and buildings,

Total Addition to Property,

Revenue for the Year.
Received f^om passengers on railways operated by this com-
pany,

Received from other railways as tolls or rent : . . .
Boston Consolidated Street Railway Com-
pany $25,862 73

South Boston Railroad Company, . 10,742 59

Cambridge Railroad Company, .... 8,625 42

Lynn & Boston Railroad Company, . . 209 CO

Received from sales of manure,

Total Earnings

Income flrom other sources :

Rents, $8,069 82

Advertising in the cars, 4,000 00

Sundries, 81,790 75

Total Income from all Sources, ....

Expenses of Operating the Railway for the Year.

Repairs of road-bed and track,

Repairs of cars and other vehicles, harness and horse-
shoeing

Repairs of buildings,

Renewal of horses,

Wages and salaries of president, treasurer, superintendent
and their clerks,



$445,590 00
470,941 50
118,980 25



$1,085,511 75



$1,217,998 52



$350,000 00

$4,845,931 50
99,506 41



$4,445,437 91



$98,890 88

26,550 00

44,750 00

3,095 00

78,189 51



$251,474 89



$2,118,181 56
89,940 34



8,816 05



$2,161,887 95
38,860 07



$2,200,248 02



$60,946 03

164,441 75
49,299 58
78,620 00

27,849 90



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Wages and salaries of all other persons employed in opera-
ting the road,

Provender,

Taxes, state and local,*

Rent and tolls paid other companies for use of their roads :
Boston Consolidated Street Railway Com-
pany, $3,131 69

South Boston Railroad Company, . . . 2,082 49

Cambridge Railroad Company 1,786 87

Lynn & Boston Railroad Company, . . 409 17

Insurance,

Damages for injuries to persons and property,

Office expenses, and all other expenses not included above : .
Snow expense, . . . . . . $61,727 11

Sundry expenses, 43,556 58

Total Expenses of Operating,

Net Income, DivroENDS, Etc.

Total Net Income above Operating Expenses,

Interest accrued during the year,

Dividends declared (10 per cent.) for the year,

Balance for the year, or surplus,

Surplus at commencement of year,

Total Surplus Sept. 80, 1887,

Inventory of Equipment September 80, 1887.

Box cars,

Open cars,

Horses,

Harnesses (pairs of),

Harnesses (single),

Omnibuses,

Sleighs,

Other articles of equipment :

18 light sleighs and pungs, 89 snow sleds, 38 snow ploughs,
11 levellers, 17 heavy wagons, 13 light carriages, 10 tip-
carts, 8,908 collars, 4 sweepers, 2 meal sleds, 1 ambu-
lance, 605 registers, 2 meal cars, engine, tools, etc.,
in repair shop, machinery in machine and blacksmith's
shops, tools in paving department, grist mill, horse-
powers, bay cutters, horse fbrniture in stables, blank-
ets, halters, car mats, telephone line, office furniture.

Largest number of horses owned at any time during the
year,

Smallest number of horses owned at any time during the
year,

Average number of horses owned during the year.



General Balance Sheet Sept. 80, 1887.

Assets.

Construction,

Equipment,

Land and buildings,

Other property,

Cash and cash assets,

Total Assets,



«959,65^ 67

288,686 68

70,562 10

7,410 22



12,939 21

35,731 38

105,283 69



ai,861,480 21



3888,817 81

69,500 00

200,000 00

69,317 81

772,652 84

841,970 15



480

884

8,720

895

151

1

19



3,728

8,551
8,682



$1,742,421 28

1,035,511 76

1,217.998 22

350,000 00

99,506 41



$4,445,437 91



* According to billB rendered, but an appeal la pending for reduction of the 8t&te tax.



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METROPOLITAN RAILROAD.



[Jan.



Capital stock,
Funded debt,
Unfunded debt, .
Surplus, .



Liabilities.



Total Liabiutibs,



Copy of Profit and Iioss Acoount for the Te&r, ending
Sept. 30. 1887.

Dr.
To expenses,

interest,

dividends,

Balance carried forward Sept. 30, 1887,



By balance Sept. 80, 1886,
total income.



Cr.



Dkscription of Railway.

Length of railway owned by company, measured as a single
track, exclusive of sidings,

Aggregate length of switches, sidings, etc., . . . .

Total length of track measured as single track,

Total length of track paved

Weight of rail per yard, and description of rail (T rail and
street rail, 80 to 55 pounds.

Description of the severnl lines or routes operated by the
company :
West Roxbury, Brookllne, Brookllne via Huntington
Avenue, Longwood Avenue, Dorchester, Forest Hills,
Egleston Square, Meetlng-House Hill, UphamVs Comer,
Warren Street via Court Street, Warren Street via
Congress Street, Warren Street and Post Office Square,
Norfolk House, Norfolk House and Depots, West End
via Tremont Street, West End via Washington Street,
Chelsea Ferry via Congress Street, Belt Line, East
Boston Ferry via Congress Street, East Boston Ferry
and Winthrop Junction, East Boston Kerry and Chelsea,
East Boston Ferry and Lexington Street, East Boston
Ferry and Tremont Street, East Boston Ferry and
Sumner Street, Tremont Street and Depots, Dartmouth
Street, Dartmouth Street and Depots, Lenox Street and
Depots, Beacon Street, Beacon Street Transfer Car,
Atlantic Avenue and Bartlett Street, Atlantic Avenue
and Tremont Street, Atlantic Avenue Transfer Cars,
Southern and Northern Depots, Milk and Park Streets,
Dorchester Avenue, FleUVs Corner, Ashmont Street,
Huntington Avenue and Tremont House, Centre Street
Transfer, Night Car on Washington Street, Night Car
on Tremont Street, Night Car from Lenox Street to
East Boston Ferry.



$2,000,000 00

1,457,442 12

146,025 64

841,970 16



$4,445,487 91



$1,861,480 21

69,500 00

200,000 00

841,970 16



$2,972,900 86



$772,652 34
2,200,248 02



$2,972,900 86



85.290 miles.

7.522 "
92.812 "
88.745 *«



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Length of railway belonging to other companies, measured
as single track, not including sidings, etc., operated by
this company, or over which this company runs its cars,
with the description of same :

Boston Consolidated Street Railway Com-
pany,

Sonth Boston Railroad Company,

Cambridge Railroad Company,

Lynn & Boston Railroad Company,
Total length of railway measured as single track, not in-
cluding sidings, etc., operated by th£ company, .



2.804 miles.
1.548 »•
1.016 •*
.722 **



Miles Run, Etc.
Total number of miles run during the year, .
Total number of passengers carried in the cars,
Total number of round trips for the year.
Number of persons regularly employed by company.

Rates of fare,

(This company also receives and sells all transfer checks
established by law.)



5.585 miiles.



90.875



7,081,684

42,970,289

1,101,407

1,738

5 cents.



List of Accidicnts.



From Cavsbs bb-
tond thbib own

COMTBOL.



Killed.



iDJared.



FBOM THBIB own
HlSCONDUCT OB
CABBLB89KX88.



KiUed.



Injured.



Total.



KtUed.



Injured.



PsMengen, .
Employeoe, .
Others,



14

2

14



11



26
2
23



Statement op Each Accident.

October 5, 1886. — Woman fell while leaving front platform of a car in
motion.

October 28. — Boy thrown ftrom a team which collided with a car.

November 1. — Intoxicated man knocked down by a car.

November 9. — Man knocked down by a car.

November 15. — Man thrown fh>m a team, and horse injured by defect of
the track.

November 18. — Woman knocked down in the street.

November 22. — Intoxicated man fell getting upon a moving car.

December 5. — A woman fell from a car going round a curve.

December 8. — A man thrown from a sleigh by snow plied beside the track.

December 9. — Woman claims her hand was Jammed by the door of the car.

December 9. — Woman thrown from a sleigh by collision with a car.

Decetnber 10. — Woman thrown from a sleigh by accumulation of snow.

December 17. — Employee Jammed between two snow ploughs.

December 20. — Employee thrown by collision of cars.

December 2!^. — Boy killed by Jumping from behind one car In front of
another car.

December 28. — Cab driver thrown off by collision with a car.



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January 1, 1887. — Woman knocked down in the street.

January 1. — Woman knocked down in the street.

January 13. — Man thrown from team, and horse injured by pile of snow
beside the track.

January 18. — Sleigh overturned and man and horse iqjnred by snow
beside the track.

March 1. — Woman fell inside the car and broke her leg.

March 9. — Man thrown Arom team by collision with a car.

March 10. — Man thrown by a car striking his team.

March 17. — Woman thrown down by axle of car breaking.

March 17. —Man thrown from front platform of a car.

March 26. — Intoxicated man ran against car and was Icnocked down.

March 30. — Blind man falls while getting upon a car.

April 14. —Boy struck by a tow-horse.

May 1. — Man knocked down by one car while getting upon another.

May 7. — Woman thrown down while leaving a car.

May 12. — Boy fell while getting upon a moving car.

May 31. — Man fell while leaving a car in motion.

June 4. — Man fell while alighting from a car.

June 5. — Boy knocked down In the street.

June 5. — Man, riding upon the running-board, struck by another car.

June 6. — Woman fell alighting from a car in motion.

June 20. — Woman thrown ft*om car by collision with team.

June 22. — Man thrown Arom team by its striking a rail.

June 26. — Woman falls while leaving a car.

August 2. — Woman thrown while leaving a car.

August 3. — Woman thrown while alighting fk*om a car.

August 14. — Woman fell while leaving a car.

August 16. — Woman, crossing the street, struck by a car.

August 16. — Woman, while a passenger, struck by a passing team.

August 19. — Man thrown from a team struck by a car.

September 2. — Boy run over while running from behind a coach, in ft-ont of
the car.

September 8. — Woman claims she was thrown by the sudden starting of the
car.

September 6. — Woman, while a passenger, thrown by collision with a team.

September 17. — Boy run over by jumping from one car in front of another.

September 20. — Man, getting upon a car, struck by a passing car.



Proper Address of the Company.

METROPOLITAN RAILROAD COMPANY,

No. 16 KiLBY Street, Boston, Mass.

^ ;

Name and Residence of Officers.

C. A. Richards, Frtzid^nt^ Boston, Mass. J. P. Cloutman, Trtoxurer (pro
tempore), Salem, Mass. W. P. Harvey, Clerk of Corporation, Boston, Mass.



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Name and Kesidbncb of Dirbctors last Elsoted.
CalYin A. Richards, Boston, Mass. William Hendry, Boston, Mass.
Dexter N. Richards, Brookline, Mass. William A. Rnst, Boston, Mass.
Stephen R. Nilcs, Boston, Mass. Thomas Dana, Boston, Mass. Augustas
P. Martin, Boston, Mass. Isaac Fenno, Boston, Mass. Edward 0. Sbepard,
Boston, Mass.



C. A. RICHARDS,
WILLIAM HENDRY,
DEXTER N. RICHARDS,
WILLIAM A. RUST,
STEPHEN R. NILES,
THOMAS DANA,
AUGUSTUS P. MARTIN,
EDWARD O. SHEPARD,

Directors.
J. P. CLOUTMAN,

Drecwirer (jpro tempore).

Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Suffolk, ss. Boston, Nov. 2, 1887. Then personally appeared C. A.
Richards, William Hendry, Dexter N. Richards, Willam A. Rust, Stephen R.
NUes, Thomas A. Dana, Augustus P. Martin, Edward 0. Shepard and J. P.
Cloutman, and severally made oath to the truth of the foregoing statement by
them sabscribed, according to their best knowledge and belief.

WILLIAM P. HARVEY,

Justice of the Peace.



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REPORT



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NAUMKEAG STREET RAILWAY COMPANT.



For the Yeab ending September 30, 1887.



CAPITAL STOCK AND DEBT.
Capital Stock.
Capital stock authorized by charter, . $250,000 00
Capital stock authorized by votes of company, 250,000 00
Capital stock paid (par value of shares, ^100),
Number of stockholders, 50

Debt.

Funded debt, as follows :

Mortgage bonds due 1906, rate of Interest 5

percent., $250,000 00

Mortgage bonds due 1885, rate of Interest 6

per cent. , 800 00

Bonds due 1895, rate of Interest 6 per cent., 50,000 00

UnAmded debt, as follows:

Coupons unpaid, $835 00

Tickets outstanding, 1,008 65

Debit balances, 233,585 53

Total Gross Debt,

Amount of cash assets, viz. :

Cash, $18,171 48

Supplies, 18,404 97

Sinking Aind, 50,500 00

Debit balances, 46,139 19

Net Debt,

Permanent Investments.

llAILWAY.

Orading and paving, and track, Including tim-
ber, rails, etc., and laying, . . $109,492 40

Salem & Danvers Street Railway Company

(cost, $181,730.88), .... 203,556 00

Salem Street Hallway (cost, $208,863.36), . 160,754 08

Total Cost of Construction,

Equipment.

Horses,

Cars,

Other articles of equipment,

Total Cost of Equipment,



$250,000 00



$300,800 00



234,879 18



$535,679 18
133,215 64



$402,463 54



$473,802 48



$36,425 00
60,520 00
25.480 91



$122,425 91



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Land and Buildings.
Land owned by company needed in operating road,
Buildings owned by company needed in operating road,

Total Cost of Land and Buildings, .

Total Amount of Permanent Investments,
Casli assets,



Total Property and Assets of Company, .
Amount of sinking fund in liands of trustees, ^50,500.

Property Accounts: Charges and Credits during the

Year.
Extension of tracks (number of feet, 5,038), ....

New cars (number, 2),

Other equipment,

Land and l>ulldings,

Salem & Danvers Street Railway purchased for, .

Total Addition to Property,

Property sold or reduced In valuation on the books, viz. :
11 horses died, valued at $125, . $1,875 00

Net ADDmoN to Property for the Year,

Revenue for the Year.
Received from passengers on railways operated by this com-
pany,

Received from other railways as tolls or rent : . . .

Salem & Danvers Street Railway Company.
Received from sales of manure,



Total Earnings

Income from other sources : Advertising in cars, etc., .

Total Income from all Sources, ....

Expenses of Operating the Railway for the Year.

Repairs of road-bed and track,

liepalrs of cars and other vehicles, harness and horse-shoe-
ing, .

Repairs of buildings,

Renewal of horses,

Wages and salaries of president, treasurer, superintendent
and their clerks,

Wages and salaries of all other persons employed in operat-
ing the road,

Provender,

Taxes, state and local, .

Rent and tolls paid other companies for use of their roads : .
Lynn & Boston R. R. Co.

Insurance,

Damages for Injuries to persons and property.

Office expenses, and all other expenses not Included above, .



Total Expenses op Operating,



Net Income, Dividends, Etc.
Total Net Income above Operating Expenses,

Interest accrued during the year,

Dividends declared for the year,*



$22,080 07
68,740 06



$90,820 13

$687,048 62
183,216 64



$820,264 16



$22,869 31

1,600 00

6,623 67

38,722 68

203,656 00



$273,261 46
1,876 00



$271,886 46



8179,464 81
665 79

2,099 01



$182,229 61
432 36



$182,661 96



$4,079 61

9,701 36

616 32

6,000 60

6,822 94

65.700 42

30,623 97

2,687 77

326 60

2,178 79
3,029 76
7,496 29



$139,067 21



$48,604 76
18,966 97
24,100 00



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Balance for the year* or surplus,

Surplus at commencement of year,

Total Surplus Sept. 30, 1887,

Inventory of Equipment, September 80, 1887.

Box cars,

Open cars,

Horses,

Harnesses (pairs of),

Omnibuses,

Sleighs,

Other articles of equipment :
2 carryalls, 2 Concord wagons, 4 express wagons, 4 tip-
carts, 2 buggies, 2 sleighs, 6 pungs, 2 bogles, 6 wheel-
barrows, 2 snow-levellers, 6 snow-ploughs, 1 sweeper,
3 boilers, 1 engine, 3 hay scales, 5 hay cutters, 3 safes,
3C car stoves, tools, clocks and other miscellaneous
articles.

L4irgest number of horses owned at any time during the year.

Smallest number of horses owned at any time during the year.

Average number of horses owned during the year.



$547 78
34,037 20
34,584 98



56

51

862

150

7

16
90



390
270
330



Oeneral Balance Sheet Sept. 80, 1887.

Assets.

Construction,

Equipment, |

Land and buildings,

Cash and cash assets,

Total Assets, i

LiABiLrnss.

Capital stock,

Funded debt, |

Unfunded debt, ;

Surplus, I

t-
ToTAL Liabilities,



$473,802 48

122,425 91

90,820 13

133,215 64

8820,264 16



$250,000 00

800,800 00

234,879 18

34.584 98

$820,264 16



Oopy of Profit and Loss Aocooint for the Year ending
Sept. 80, 1887.

Dr.
To expenses,

interest, ^

dividends,

Balance carried forward Sept. 30, 1887,



$139,057 21
18,956 97
24,100 00
34,584 98





$216,699 16


Cr.

By balance Sept. 80, 1886,

total Income,


$34,037 20
182,661 96




$216,699 16



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Dkscription of Railway.

LeDgth of railway owned by company, measured as a single
track, exclusive of sidings,

Aggregate length of switches, sidings, etc., .

Total length of track, measured as single track, .

Total length of track paved,

Weight of rail per yard and description of rail : 35 pounds
T rail, and 47 pounds street rail.

Description of the several lines or routes operated by the
company :
Main line flrom comer of Endicott and Lowell Streets in
Peabody through Peabody, Salem, Beverly, North Bev-
erly and Wenham, to a point in Hamilton called Asbury
Grove Camp Ground, with double track flrom Peabody
Square to a point on Boston Street nearly opposite
Hanson Street, and A:om Fowler Street to North
Street in Salem, with six turnouts in Salem, eight
turnouts in Beverly, and four turnouts in Wenham,
and two in Hamilton, with branches as follows : from
Dan vers Centre through Danvers and Salem to junc-
tion of Lynn and Marblehead roads in Marblehead;
from the terminus of the Lynn & Boston R.R. Co.'s
tracks on Pleasant Street to Front Street in Marble-
head ; from Putnamville to Peabody Square ; and from
the Junction of Cabot and Knowlton Streets in Beverly
to Chapman's Corner; and from junction of Washing-
ton Square and £ssex Street to the Willows in Salem.

Total length of railway measured as single track, not includ-
ing sidings, etc., operated by this company,

Miles Run, Etc.



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