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" States, 13,219 miles of completed railroad, 12,928 miles of railroad in various stages of progress, and about 7,000 miles in the hands of the engineers, which will be built within the next three or four years, — making a total of 33,155 miles of railroad... "
Philosophy of railroads, published by order of the directors of the St ... - Page 48
by Thomas C. Keefer, St. Lawrence and Ottawa grand junction railway company - 1853 - 47 pages
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Putnam's Monthly, Volume 1

1853
...the engineers, which will be built within the next three or four years, — making a total of 33,155 miles of railroad which will soon traverse the country,...equipments, &c., will have consumed a capital amounting to §994,650,000, as follows : (8)6,810,000 . 887,840,000 210,000,1100 83,1» Total (994,650,000 or in...
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Putnam's Monthly, Volume 1

1853
...the engineers, which will be built within the next three or four years, — making a total of 33,155 miles of railroad which will soon traverse the country,...average) for each mile of road, including equipments, <fcc., will have consumed a capital amounting to $994,650,000, as follows : 18,227 miles completed...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 28

Freeman Hunt, William B. Dana - Commerce - 1853
...engineers, which will be built within the next three or four years — making a total of 83,165 milea of railroad, which will soon traverse the country,...average) for each mile of road, including equipments, etc., will have consumed a capital amounting to $994,650,000, as follows :— Л 3,227 miles completed...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 28

Freeman Hunt, William B. Dana - Commerce - 1853
...the engineers, which will be built within the next three or four years — baking a total of 83,165 miles of railroad, which will soon traverse the country, and which, at an average cost of $80,000 (a well ascertained average) for each mile of road, including equipments, etc., will have consumed...
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The Anglo-American Magazine, Volume 2

1853
...make the »rnber of steamers 1,800, bat I prefer the lowest statement. At the same time, I forbear mile of road, including equipments &c., will have consumed a capital amounting to $994,660,000, as follows : 13.327 miles completed - ... $396,810.000 12.929 miles in propre'« - ......
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The Christian witness and church members' magazine [ed. by J. Campbell ...

John Campbell - 1854
...of the engineers, which will be built within the next three or four years i making a total of 33,155 miles of railroad which will soon traverse the country, and which, at an average cost of 36,000 dollars (a well-ascertained average) for each _mile of road, including equipments, etc., will...
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The Anglo-American Magazine, Volume 2

1853
...the engineers, which will be built within the next three or four years — making a total of 33,155 miles of rail-road which will soon traverse the country, and which, at an average cost of additions to the country as a whole, but o mere removals from one part of it to another while the increase...
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