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Statement of Unfunded Debt. Amounts due other railroad corporations..

$518,517 00

Cost OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS

MADE BY THE LESSEE.

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*47,224 60

Bridges :

A credit for the estimated cost of rebuilding them with timber..
Superstructure :
Second track (see grading and masonry).

$42,547 52 Side track.

9,712 31

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* Credit.

+ Excluding 4:326,770.78 representing additions and betterments made by lessee for nine months ending September 30, 1884, not adjusted on books of the lessor.

*$127,327 83

Deductions :

Eleven locomotives put on Sar. div. $98,500 00
Seven locomotives put on Utica div. 61,120 00
Depreciation on all locomotives... 1,887 08

$161,507 08
Passenger and baggage cars :
Two mail and express cars.

$5,835 94
Deductions :
Two passenger cars on Utica div.. $7,000 00
Depreciation on all passenger cars. 4,000 00

11.000 00
Freight and other cars :
Two hundred four-wheel gondola cars.

$70,377 42 One hundred eight-wheel gondola cars

48 096 75 Inspection and patent

217 75 Seven caboose cars and speed recorders

3,879 96 One wreck car....

628 99 Six hand and rubble cars.

260 00

*5,164 06

Deductions :

Three caboose cars on Utica div..
Depreciation on all freight cars..

$123,460 87
$1.519 98
8,570 00

10,089 98

113,370 89

Credit....

*$613 14

Rental.
From rental.
Less interest on locomotives in use on Rensselaer and Saratoga road.

$848,280 09

1,873 82

Total rental...

$846,406 18

Charges against Rental.

Interest...
Less interest as above

$602,280 00

1,873 82

Dividends, January 1 and July 1, 1884, 7 per centum per annum..
Maintaining organization. .

Total charges against rental. ...

$600,406 18 245,000 00

1,000 00

$846,406 18

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" INCOME," OR "PROFIT AND Loss" ACCOUNT. Debit balance of income account September 30, 1883.. Deduct items of gain.....

$30,188 60 24,749 61

Balance of income account September 30, 1884

$5,438 99

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

Residence.
COE F. YOUNG.

Honesdale, Pa. JOHN WESTOVER.

Richmondville, N. MINARD HARDER.

Cobleskill, N. Y. CHARLES TRACY

New York city. JAMES ROOSEVELT

Hyde Park, N, Y. HENRY SMITII ...

Albany, N. Y. ROBERT M. OLYPHANT.

New York city. HENRY M. OLMSTED

Morristown, N. J. James R. TAYLOR

New York city. David Dows

New York city. ALFRED VAN SANTVOORD

New York city. GEORGE I. WILBER

Oneonta, NY. DANIEL MANNING..

Albany, N. Y.

THE NAMES AND OFFICIAL ADDRESSES OF THE EXECUTIVE AND GENERAL

OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION.
Title.
Officers.

Oficial address.
President...
COE F. Young.

Honesdale, Pa.

For information concerning this report address Coe F. Young, President, Honesdale, Pa.

ALBANY AND SUSQUEHANNA.

LESSEE.

Additions or Betterments. Commencing with the report for this year the lessor will report the cost of the additions or betterments made to this road and equipment.

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1.83 Leased.

Schenectady and
Duanesburgh

Schenectady. Duanesb'gh Junc. 13.79 13.79 1.83
Cherry Valley,Sha-

1.00
ron and Albany.. Cobleskill Junc.. Cherry Valley ... 20.99 20 99
Schenectady and
Mechanicville.
East Glenville
Coons.............

9.93 9.93 .55
Lackawaona and
Susquehanna... Nineveh Jefferson Junc... 22.01 17.65 4.94

1.00 Leased.

.55 Operated 4.05 Operated

Gauge of track...
Miles of steel rails (reduced to single track) in main line
Same in branches owned, and lines leased or operated...
Weight per yard of steel rails in main line....
Weight per yard of iron rails in main line..
Weight per yard of steel rails in branches..
Weighit per yard of iron rails in branches.
Length in feet of iron bridges on all lines.
Length in feet of wooden bridges on all lines.
Length in feet of pile or trestle work in wood on all lines....
Miles of telegraph wire owned and operated....

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EQUIPMENT. Number of locomotive engines for passenger service... Number of locomotive engines for freight service. Number of locomotive engines for switching service...

Total number of locomotive engines owned.

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

engines, viz.: Passenger engines..

58 tons. Freight engines..

67 Switching engines....

40 Number of engine-houses.

11 Aggregate number of stalls in same

77 Number of first-class passenger cars. Number of second-class and emigrant passenger cars.

2 Number of baggage, mail and express cars.

16 Number of freight and other cars owned, namely :

With eight With four

wheels. wheels. Box freight

774 Platform or flat

97 Cattle.

134 Oil

2 Coal

3.205 2,424 Wrecking cars

4 Caboose cars

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42 Hand cars ...

51 Rubble cars..

55

Total number of freight cars.....

4,220

2,572

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MISCELLANEOUS. Number of machine and car shops.

6 Number of freight or cattle-yards, of two acres or more in area....

8 Aggregate area of same in acres

150 Miles of track laid in same.

26 Average number of persons directly employed by the company during the year..

2,072 Aggregate amount of salaries and wages paid to same for the year. $1,001,297 27

DOINGS OF THE YEAR IN TRANSPORTATION AND TOTAL Miles Run. Number of miles run by passenger trains...

470,810 Number of miles run by freight trains.....

1,442, 160 Number of passengers (all classes) carried in cars....

559.351 Number of tons, of 2,000 pounds, of freight carried in cars

2,426,007 Number of miles traveled by passengers, or number of passengers carried one mile (** total movement of passengers”) ..

15,614,638 Number of miles one ton of freight was carried, or number of tons carried one mile (“total movement of freight”)....

273,203,921 Average rate of speed (miles per hour) adopted by ordinary passenger trains, including stops.

231 Rate of speed of same when in motion....

28 Average rate of speed adopted by express passenger trains, includ. ing stops.

28 Rate of speed of same when in motion

32 Average rate of speed adopted by freight trains, including stops

9 Rate of speed of same when in motion

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