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Number of shares of ordinary stock (subscribed).....
Total shares of stock, of par value of $100 per share (subscribed).
Number of stockholders.. :

182 182 28

NOTE.— No stock has been issued ; nothing has been done toward construction; no expense has been incurred, except engineering and other preliminary expenses, for which the bills have not been presented or passed upon. No change since last report.

CHARACTERISTICS OF ROAD.
Main line of road from foot of Broadway to Barren Island and

Rockaway Beach, and branch to East New York, all in Kings
county..

15 miles.

BALANCE SHEET AT THE END OF YEAR.

Dr. Cash on hand .....

$1,500 00

Cr.

Capital stock paid in ..

$1,500 00

NAMES AND RESIDENCE OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE CORPORATION.
Names of Directors.

Residence.
MARTIN H. DUANE.

Brooklyn, N. Y. FRANCIS SWIFT ...

Woodsburgh, L. I. ROBERT IRWIN

New York city. DITMUS JEWELL

East New York, JOHN C. BERGEN.

Flatlands, N. Y. GEORGE F. SWIFT,

Brooklyn, N. Y. P. ELBERT NOSTRAND.

Brooklyn, N. Y. RUFUS L. SCOTT...

Brooklyn, N. Y. P. W. MILLSPAUGH.

New York city. WM. H. SCHWALBE.

Brooklyn, N. Y. G. W. MITTIMORE..

New York city. STEPHEN M. OSTRANDER

Brooklyn, N. Y. WM. S. STRYKER....

New Jersey

THE NAMES AND OFFICIAL ADDRESSES OF THE EXECUTIVE AND GENERAL

OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION.
Title.
Officers.

Official Address.
President.
FRANCIS SWIFT ..

Woodsburgh, L. I. Vice-President... MARTIN H. DUANE.

Brooklyn, N. Y.
Treasurer.
JOHN G. JENKINS

Brooklyn, N. Y.
Secretary

P. ELBERT NOSTRAND Brooklyn, N. Y. Chief Engineer. JOIN L. NOSTRAND.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Communications intended for this company should be addressed, P. Elbert Nostrand, Secretary, or John L. Nostrand, Chief Engineer, 550 Bushwick avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.

BROADWAY UNDERGROUND CONNECTING.

(Date of charter, May 27, 1880.)

NOT IN OPERATION.

This company's road is located under Broadway, and the consent of a majority of the property owners along the line has not yet been obtained, nor has the Supreme Court, by commission, yet given its consent in lieu thereof.

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Number of shares of ordinary stock (subscribed)..
Total shares of stock, of par value of $100 per share (subscribed)..
Number of stockholders....

680 680 21

COST OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT.

Engineering, agencies and salaries.
Advertising..
Legal and other expenses.
Rent
Stationery and printing.

Amount at last report and by this report.

$14, 166 66

207 20 52,320 42 1,200 00

105 72

Total.....

$68,000 00

CHARACTERISTICS OF ROAD.
Main line of road, from north side of Park Place to north side of

Fourteenth street, New York city.....

1.86 miles.

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NAMES AND RESIDENCE OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE CORPORATION.
Names of Directors.

Residence.
HERVEY SHELDEN...

New York city. ORIGEN VANDENBURGI..

New York city. HIRAM CALKINS..

New York city: DEWITT C. BROWN..

Brooklyn, N. Y JOSHUA B. SHAW....

New York city. LAUREN REDFIELD

New York city. Louis H. RULLMAN

New York city.

THE NAMES AND OFFICIAL ADDRESSES OF THE EXECUTIVE AND GENERAL

OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION.
Title.
Oficers.

Official Address.
President

ORIGIN VANDENBURGH. 82 Nassau st., N. Y city. Secretary. Louis H. RULLMAN

82 Nassau st., N. Y. city. Treasurer LAUREN REDFIELD.

82 Nassau st., N. Y. city. Communications intended for this company should be addressed, Broadway Underground Connecting Railway Company, 82 Nassau street, New York city.

BROOKLYN, BATH AND CONEY ISLAND.

(Date of charter, January 22, 1879.)

Organized in 1862. Sold under foreclosure in 1868, and operated by C. G. Gunther, the purchaser, until January 22, 1879, when the present company was formed under chapter 446, Laws of 1876

Certificate filed in the office of the Secretary of State on January 22, 1879.

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*Should be $85,000, as per balance sheet.- Railroad Commissioners.

Number of shares of ordinary stock (subscribed)...
Total shares of stock, of par value of $50 per share (subscribed).
Number of stockholders...

6,000 6,000

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$314 55

Additions or Betterments. • Grading" road from city line to Franklin avenue.. "Construction.” Purchase of Coney Island Hotel in

1879, but through oversight omitted to be charged. $12,000 00 Building new engine-house at Guntherville....

837 24

12,837 24

“Land and land damages.” Condemned land paid for at Coney Island.

$7,344 95 Land purchased at New Utrecht

800 00 “Engineering." Services of Chief Engineer Wm. Kowalski.... "Equipment. Building of one new coach, additional fire extin

guishers, vacuum hose, new flags, lanterns, bell cords and punches ..

8,
,144 95
333 00

2,371 64

Total...

$24,001 38 CHARACTERISTICS OF Road. Main line of road from Greenwood to Coney Island.

7 miles.

Maiu line laid..
Second track on main line
Sidings and turnouts on main line..

7 miles. 3 1

Aggregate of all tracks on main line, including all sidings and

turnouts

11 miles.

4 ft. 81 in. 56-70 lbs.

Gauge of track.
Weight per yard of steel rails in main line .
Weight per yard of iron rails in main line.
Length, in feet, of wooden bridges on all lines...

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EQUIPMENT. Number of locomotive engines for passenger service..

8

Average weight (with tender and fuel and water) of locomotive

engines, viz. : Passenger engines....

17 tons. Number of first-class passenger cars (one lost, one new built). ..

28 Number of freight and other cars owned, namely:

With four wheels. Platform or flat

5 Hand car

1 Total number of freight cars

6

3

MISCELLANEOUS.
Number of machine and car shops .
Average number of persons directly employed by the company

during the year ....
Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid to same for the year.

43 $25,140 19

DoINGS OF THE YEAR IN TRANSPORTATION AND TOTAL MILES Run, Number of miles run by passenger trains...

82,861 Number of miles run by freight trains..

3,088 Number of passengers (all classes) carried in cars

420,003 Number of tons, of 2,000 pounds, of freight carried in flats...

1,221 Number of miles traveled by passengers, or number of passengers carried one mile (“ total movement of passengers ”)

1,473,689 Average rate of speed (miles per hour) adopted by ordinary passenger trains, including stops

18 Rate of speed of same when in motion

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DESCRIPTION OF FREIGHT MOVED. Two hundred and twenty-two flat-loads of merchandise carried from Greenwood to New Utrecht, Locust Grove and Coney Island. Average flat-load about five and one-half tons.

DIRECTION AND DESTINATION OF FREIGHT MOVED. All freight moved south.

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