Image from page 106 of "The street railway review" (1891)
Title: The street railway review
Publisher: Chicago : Street Railway Review Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
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SECOXn FLOOR PLAN. explanatory and the third floor is supposed to be devotedexclusively to offices, executive or otherwise. Six tracksare designed for the station shown. The special featureof the design is of course the ease with which passengers may be handled in very large number without mixingthose in coming and those out-going.
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PLAN OK FIRST FLOOR. THE NATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANYSREPORT. The National Railway Company, of Illinois, owningand operating five of the St. Louis street railways, com-prehended under the Cass avenue and Fair grounds sys-tem, held its annual meeting, January 23. The principalowners are Chicago men. The report reflects great credit on the management ingeneral, and upon Capt. Robert McCulloch, in particular. The net gains of the property were, $199,947, or9.0S85 per cent on the stock, against 10 per cent earnedin 1892. The receipts decreased 1.4 per cent. Theoperating expenses were 60.12 per cent of receipts,or, $851,851. The net receipts were, $564,966. Thenumber of trips, last year, was 877,302, a decrease of16,989; car mileage, 11,844,031; passengers carried,28,313,504. Gross receipts of the cable lines, $1,035,445;decrease, $50,987; gross receipts of horse and electric,$381,372; increase, $30,258. The cable lines operatingexpenses were, 59.4 of the income; of the horse andelectric, 64 p
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