1916

N o . 2 0 0 . — RAILROAD FREIGHT CARS: N U M B E R AND AVERAGE CAPACITY OF E A C H CLASS, ON JUNK 30, 190S TO 1915. l
[Source: Statistical reports ol the Interstate Commerce Commission.]

Class of car.
Number.

19102

1909-

190S*
Average capacity.

NuiTilier.

Average capacity.

Number.

1911

Average capacity.

Number.

1913 =

1912 =
Average capacity.

Number.

Average capacity.

Number.

1916

1014 »

Average capacity.

Number.

Box
Rat
Stock
Coal
Tank
Itefrigerator
Other

949,223
158,759
76,218
797,571
6,0H7
27,929
68,770

Tons.
32
•32
29
39
3S
30
36

941,533
154,630
73,494
792,291
6,630
28,201
74,556

Tons.
32
32
29
•10
38
30
38

960,577
153,918
77,5S4
818,688
7,434
30,918
78,411

Tons.
33
33
30
41
30
30
37

990,313
153,300
77,590
853,699
7.7S7
31,780
80,856

Tons.
34
33
30
42
39
30
39

1,004,005
150,840
75,535
855,111
7,836
30,083
90,219

Tons.
34
34
31
43
40
31
40

1,032,585
147,541
78,308
871,339
8,216
43,389
91,911

• 34
35
31
44
40
31
41

1,043,790
146,133
82,971
899,314
S,530
48,886
96,017

Total.

2,085,167

as

2,071,338

35

2,133,531

30

2,105,331

37

2,215,289

37

2,273,2X9

38

2,325,047

Tons.

Average capacity.
Tons.
35

Number.

Average capacity.

Tons.
1,041,692
146,336
86,320
910,037
10,164
52.446
93,955

35.5
36.0
32.0
45.9
39.0
32.1
42.2

39 • 2,341.550

39.7

36
31
4E
40
32
42

i Data for this table are lacking lor some ears included In the preceding table.
" Excludes cars in the service of switching and terminal companies.
s Excludes returns for so-called small roads (having operating revenues below 4100,000 far the year) and returns /or switching and terminal companies.

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No. 203.—RAILROAD FREIGHT CARS: NUMBER AND AVERAGE CAPACITY OF EACH CLASS, ON JUNE 30, 1909 TO 1916.1
[Source: Statistical reports of the Interstate Commerce Commission.]

Class of car.
Number.

Average capacity.

Number.

Tons.
Box
Flat
Stock
Coal Tank,
Refrigerator
Other

941,533
154,630
73,494
792,291
6,630
28,204
74,556

32
32

38
30
36

966,577
153,918
77,584
818,689
7,434
30,918
78,411

Total.

2,071,338

35

2,133,531

29
40

Average capacity.
Tons.
33

Number.

Average ca- Number.
pacity.

Tons.
34

39
80
37

990,313
153,300
77,590
853,fi99
7,787
31,786
80,856

39
30
39

1,004,005
150,840
76,535
855,111
7,836
30,693
90,219

36

2,196,331

37

2,215,239

33
30
41

33
30
42

1915 s

1914 =

1913'

1912 '

1911'

1910'

1909*

Average ca- Number.
pacity.

Average capacity.

' Tons.
34
35
31
44
40
31
41

1,043,796
146,133
82,971
899,314
8,530
48, SS6
96,017

Tons.
35

40
31
40

1,032,585
147,541
73,308
871,339
8,216
43,389
91,911

37

2,273,289

38

2,325,847

Average capacity.
Tons.
34
34
31
43

Number.

Number.

19163

Average ca- Number.
pacity.

Tons.

Average ca-

pacity.

Tons.

35.5
36.0
32.0
45.9
39.0
32.1
42.2

1,025,051
137,813
83,499
910,000
10,019
51,749
94,569

36.0

40
32
42

1,041,692
146,336
86,326
910,637
10,164
52,446
93,955

39

2,341,556

39.7

2,313,300

40.5

36
31
45

• Data for this table are lacking for some cars included In the preceding table.
«Excludes oars in the service of switohing and terminal companies.
* Excludes returns for so-called small roads (leaving operating revenues below $100,000 lor the year) and returns for switching and terminal companies.

36.5
32.2
47.0
39.3
32.3
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N o . 218.—BAILBOAD F B E I G H T CAKS: N U M B E R AND AVERAGE CAPAOITT or E A C H CLASS, ON J U N E 30, 1910 TO 1916, AND FOR CALENDAR
Y E A K E N D E D D E C . 31, 1916. l

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[Source: Statistical reports of the Interstate Commerce Commission.]
1910 =

Class of car.
Number.

Box
Flat
Stock
Coal
Tank
Refrigerator
Other

966,577
153,918
77,534
818,689
7,434
30,918
78,411

Total.

2,133,531

Average capacity.
Tons.
33
33
30

Number.

Average capacity.

Number.

Tons.

39
30
37

000,313
153,300
77,590
853,690
7,787
31,786
80,856

34
33
30
43
39
30
39

1,004,005
150,840
76,535
855,111
7,830
30,693
90,219

36

2,105,331

37

2,215,239

•41

1914 =

1913 =

1912 =

1911'

Average capacity.
Tons.
34
34
31

Number.

Average capacity .

Number.

1915

Average capacity.

Number.

Tons.

1916 <

1916
Average capacity.

Number.

Average capacity.

Number.

Tons.

• Average capacity.

40
31
40

1,032,585
147,541
7S.308
871,339
8,210
43,389
91,011

Tons.
34
35
31
44
40
31
41

1,043,790
146,133
82,971
899,314
8,530
48,8S6
96,017

35
36
31
45
40
32
42

1,041,692
146,336
86,326
910,637
10,164
52,446
93,955

Tons.
35.5
36.0
32.0
45.9
39.0
32.1
42.2

1,025,051
137,813
83,499
910,000
10,619
51,749
94,569

36.0
36. S
32.2
•17.0
39.3
32.3
43.2

1,032,482
134,652
83,943
919,115
30,691
51,394
9B.9-14

36.2
36.7
32.3
47.6
39.5
32.4
43.7

37

2,273,280

38

2,325,647

39

2,341,556

39.7

2,313,300

40.5

2,329,221

40.8

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Data for this table are lacking for some cars included in the preceding table.
5
Excludes cars in the service of switching and terminal companies.
a
Excludes returns for so-called small roads (having operating revenues below $100,000 for the year) and returns for switching and terminal companies.
i Calendar year ended Dec. 31,1916.

1919
No. gat.-'-B.AnjftOAD FREIGHT CARS:

NUMBEB AND AVESAGE CAPAcmr OP EACH GLASS, ON

, 1911 t o 1916 A H D O N D E O 33

1916 AND 1917.1
[Source: Statistical reports of the Interstate Commerce Commission.]
1912"

1911 *
Glass of car.
Number.

Average capacity.

Number.

Box
Slat
Stock
Co&l
TahK
Refrigerator
Other

990,313
153,300
77,590
353,699
7,787
31,78G

Tons.
34
33
30
42
39
30
39

1,004,006
150,840
7C,535
855,111
7,830
30,693
90,219

Total.

2,195,331

37

2,215,239

1

19133

1914

AverAverage ca- Number. ago ca- Number.
pacity.
pacity .
Tom.
34
34
31
43
40
31
40
37

Tons.
34
35
7S,308
31
871,339
44
8,210
40
31
43,389
41
91,911

1,032,585
147,541

1,043,790
146,133
82,971
899,314
8,530
4S,8S6
96,017

2,275,289

2,325,647

1915

1916

1916

1917*

AverI AverAverAverAverage ca- Number, age ca* Number. age ca- •Numbor. age caNumber, age capacity.
pacity.
pacity,
r pacity.
pacity.
Tons.
35
36
31
45
40
32
42

1,041,693
146,336
86,326
910,637
10,164
52,446
93,955

39

2,341,556!

Tons.

Tom.

Tons,

Tons.

35.5 1,025,051
137,813
3B.0
83(499
32.0
910,000
45. &
10,019
39.0
32.1
51,749
42.2
94,569

36.0
36.5
32.2
47.0
39.3
32.3
43.2

39.7', 2,313,300 j

4 0 . 5 ; 2,329,221

l,032,4S2
134,652
83,9-13
919,115
10,691
51,504
00.941

33.2 1,040,818
114,234
38.7
85,188
32.3
910,219
47.6 |
9,002
39.5 {'
51,%9
32.4 I
84,457
-13.7 |
40.8

2,301,947

Data for this table are lacking for some cars included in the preceding table.
* Excludes cars in the service of switching and terminal companies.
3
Excludes returns lor so-called small roads (having operating revenues below $100,000 for the year) and returns for switching and terminal companies.
* Excludes returns for roads having operating revenues below §1,000,000 for the year and returns for switching and terminal companies.

36.0
38.3
32. S
48.3
40.3
32.5
45.7
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