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MILEAGE. A. MILEAGE OF ROAD OPERATED.

Rails.

Iron.

Steel.

(See note p.56)

69.78

32.97

307.67

Miles of single track....
Miles of second track.....
Miles of third track.......
Miles of fourth track....
Miles of yard track and sidinys.

2,807.64

26.92
8.10

8.10
379.41

2,877.42

26.92

8.10

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2,569.75

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B. MILEAGE OF LINE BY STATES AND TERRITORIES.

I. MILEAGE OPERATED BY ROAD MAKING THIS REPORT.

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LINE IN USE.

under under lease.

contract, etc.

ted under
trackage
rights.

New line
Total mileage constructed
1 operated. I during year.

Minnesota....
Wisconsin .......
North Dakota....
South Dakota...
Montana...

99.25
418.57

1,029.63

99.25 419.83

1.26

Total mileage operated (single track)......

2.774.67

32.97

2,807.64

69.78

307.67

2,569.75

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RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES-STATE OF MINNESOTA.

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CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES–STATE OF MINNESOTA.

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52,704.00 161.320.00 27.651.00

Passenger'........
Freight..........
Switching
Construction included in freight. (see note, page 70.) ....

2,016.00 6,300 00 1,059.00

54,018.00 168,580.00 28.357.00

1,938,551.00 3,652.884.00 1,134,411.00

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EXPLANATORY REMARKS. Consumption of fuel by construction and work trains is included with that of freight, as engines of that class were taken from freight service temporarily for such work and no record kept of the fuel consumed in such service separately.

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EXPLANATORY REMARKS.
OTHER TRAIN ACCIDENTS: EMPLOYES KILLED-January 11, 1891, Peter Hayes, Mora, Tried to board train.
OTHER CAUSES: EMPLOYES INJURED-January 31, 1891, W. Donaldson, St. Paul. Struck on arm by flying piece of board.
OTHER TRAIN ACCIDENTS: EMPLOYES INJURED—July 1, 1891, A. Lemire, Minneapolis Junction. Foot crushed.

* February 28, 1891, J. E. Dillon, Minneapolis. Wrist broken.

" January 24, 1891, Thos Goodmanson, Willmar. Tried to board train; leg, arm and hip hurt. PASSENGERS INJURED-July 21, 1890, James Saller, Como. Tried to board train; ankle run over.

" August 21, 1990, J. Simmons, Darwin. Jumped from moving train; bruised
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" September 16, 1890, C. Smith, Avon. Back injured.
CAUSES: TRESPASSERS KILLED-July 7, 1890, --Hoefin, Collegeville. Walking on track.

August 3, 1890, Berg Olark, Kent. Found dead; supposed to have been sleeping on track.
August 21, 1890, O, Angen, Garfield. Found dead; drunk.
October 1, 1890, two unknown men. Found dead on track.
November 11, 1890, Alex. McRea. Stealing ride: fell off train.
November 25, 1890, R Causson, St. Paul. Walking on track.
November 31, Peter Gagnon, Waverly. Old man; stood in front of train.
December 24, 1990, I. Sorenson, Atwater. Lying on track; drunk.
January 20, 1891, Mrs. T. Obie, St. Paul Walking on track.

January 20, 1891, Mrs. Dixon, Minneapolis. Walking on track.
INJURED-October 2, 1890, — Kramer, Breckenridge. Boy; playing on track.

September 15, 1890. F. Bennett, St. Cloud Tramp; stealing ride.
" July 27, 1890, A. Boetsch, St. Cloud. Boy playing on cars; fell off.

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CHARACTERISTICS OF ROAD-Continued-STATE OF MINNESOTA.

BRIDGES, TRESTLES, TUNNELS, ETC.

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