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average amount received average daily average freight train average receipts average revenue car loadings car shortages carried one mile carrying each inhabitant cars in service cent more Western changes from 1911 Class I lines Class I railroads Class I railways Class I roads Class I Western corresponding reduction damage to freight decrease equivalent to carrying freight car fuel saving amounted increase THE RAILWAYS Interstate Commerce Commission loaded with revenue locomotives in service loss and damage meant a money miles per hour operating expenses operating revenues order 66 passenger fares passenger-train car pounds of coal railway employee railway mileage 18 railway operating income railways is shown rate of return refer to changes return earned revenue per ton-mile roads for hauling saved the public Service equivalent steam locomotive taxes tons carried tons of coal tons of freight total property investment tractive power Western District 36 Western freight transportation Western lines Western railways