Railway Traffic Returns, June 12, 1868

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Government Notice (Railway)  (1868) 
June 12, 1868
Published in the Canada Gazette, Volume I, Number 51

RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS
for the month of May 1868.

NAMES OF THE RAILWAYS. Passengers. Mails
and
sundries.
Freight. Total
1868.
Total
1867.
Miles in
opera-
tion.
1868.
Miles in
opera-
tion.
1867.
$ $ $ $ $
Great Western Railway.
138,036 15,573 206,521 360,130 335,508 349¾ 349¾
Grand Trunk Railway.†
163,641 19,700 330,381 513,722 444,242 1,377 1,377
London and Port Stanley Railway.*







Welland Railway.
1,150 1,258 8 10,793 6,362 25 25
Norther RAilway.
14,921 2,701 55,049 74,671 64,940 97 97
Port Hope, Lindsay and Beaverton Railway and Peterborough Branch.
3,222 247 23,804 27,273 21,968 56 56
Cobourg, Peterborough and Marmora Railway.
94
3,773 3,867
22 22
Brockville and Ottawa Railway.
3,511 260 12,785 16,556 11,746 86 86
St. Lawrence and Ottawa Railway.
5,572 1,496 3,195 10,263 8,542 54 54
Carillon and Grenville Railway.*







Stanstead, Shefford and Chambly Railway.*







St. Lawrence and Industry Railway.*







New Brunswick and Canada Railway.*







European and North American Railway.*
5,830 406 8,636 14,872 14,783 108 108
Nova Scotia Railway.*







  Total.






* No Returns.   † 4 weeks.

JOHN LANGTON, Auditor.

Audit Office, Ottawa, 12th June, 1868.


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