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can you imagine the labor of weighting 3 million, three hundred fifty five thousand, one hundred an seventy pounds of rail? Strobridge comments: I can't speak to the Union Pacific rail but can add to the information on the Central Pacific's 690 miles of "Iron." Here is some information on the Central Pacific track.
The first approximately 112 miles of railvaried in weight from60 to 66 lb pattern, that is 60 to 66 lbsper lineal yard.
All rail ordered for the Central Pacific Railroad was by the metric ton, 2240 pounds per ton.
Some other major uses for lumber: There were many, many wooden trestles, most of them were huge and they required an enormous amount of lumber.
The CP's engines ranged in weight from 56,000 to 77,450 at the heaviest and they would average out at about 62-65,000 lbs.
The UPRR's engines were a little heavier, ranging from 54,500 to 93,300 lbs for an approximate average of about 75,000 lbs.
D., Harvard Economic Studies, 1908, states on page 256 that: " ... both principal and interest were paid in full." Regarding the CPRR and Western Pacific RR, Tutorow, p.
1004 reports that final payment to the government was organized by a commission appointed by an 1898 act of congress, determined to be ,812,715.48 on Feb.