Excerpt from Thirteenth Annual Report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners: January, 1882
Abstract of street railway returns, 148-165. Railroad returns, 174 - 210. Accidents, statistics of, in Massachusetts, 18 - 20, 62-69. In United States, 21, 70-78. To passengers during 'year, 18, 62. To employes, 18, 62-64. At highway crossings, 20, 64. To trespassers, 20, 64. In Great Britain, 21, 22. Tabular statement of, for year, 62 - 65. For ten years, 67-69. Train, classification of, 20, 66. Persons killed and injured by, in United States for nine years, 21. At junction of Old Colony and New York 85 New England Rail roads, 79. Ou the Boston 83 Lowell Railroad at Woburn, 81. On the New York 86 New England Railroad at South Boston, 82. At Hyde Park, 91. On the Troy 85 Greenfield Railroad at Zoar, 83. On the Eastern Railroad at the north end of Salem Tunnel, 86. In Salem Tunnel, 93. On the 01d Colony Railroad at South Weymouth, 87. On the Fitchburg Railroad at Pequo'g station, 92. On street railways, 15. Annual returns of railroads, tabulated statement compiled from, 174 - 210. Tabulated comparative results compiled from, 212 216. Of street railways, abstract of, 148-165. Ashburnham Railroad, abstract of annual return of, 186. Assets and liabilities of railroads, 218 (see Abstract of returns of the several roads). Assets and liabilities of street railways (see Abstract of street railway returns). Attleborough Branch Railroad, annual return, liabilities and assets of, 204. Automatic interlocking signals at railroad crossings, 23.
Baggage cars, number of, 14, 219. Cost of repairs of, per train mile, 214.
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