Page images
PDF
EPUB

TABLE I-B-TIME REQUIRED AND COST OF UNLOADING BALLAST

PER Car Load

[blocks in formation]

TABLE I-C-TIME REQUIRED AND Cost of PLACING BALLAST

PER LINEAR Foot OF TRACK

[blocks in formation]

TABLE I-D-TIME REQUIRED AND Cost OF DRESSING BALLAST

PER LINEAR Foot Of TRACK

[blocks in formation]

6 Cleaning Ballast..
7 Ballasting.
8 Ballasting
9 Ballasting.

Double
Double.
Single.
Single.

Stone
Stone.
R. Gravel
Chats.

9 11

6 min.
3.75 min.
2.90 min.
2.40 min.

6 min. 2.5 min. 1. 18 min. 1.8 min.

9 56

Dressing Dressing
Between Rails Center Ditch

Foreman
Time

Delays

Total Man

Hours Per Mile

4.9 min.
1.375 min.
1. 10 min.
3.0 min.

4.9 min.
1.375 min.

Moving
Surplus
Ballast
8.0 min.
5.0 min.
1.45 min.
1.20 min.

11%

Total Time
Per Linear

Foot
20.89 min.
14.5 min.
8.35 min.
8.55 min.

3.21 min.
1.25 min.
1.72 min.
0.15 min.

1842
1276
735
752

TABLE J-E--RECAPITULATION-Cost OF BALLASTING

COST PER MILE EXPRESSED IN PAY-ROLL HOURS

[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]

$1,927

651

$0.26

4,076 11,256

452 1,047

915 1,038

20
. 20
20
214
.26

8,546 31,424 8,089 7,832

TABLE No. III

Road No. 10

AMOUNT $43,503.20. Statement of cost of labor and material, ballasting 20 miles main line track between M. P. 229/2 and 2491/2 with 8-inch slag placed under ties. Slag loaded by contract at 33 cents per cubic yard for first 20,000 yards and 23 cents per cubic yard for remainder, pit measurement. Contractor furnished all powder, labor and steam shovel for loading. Company furnished pit engine and crew. Work done August, 1912, to March, 1913, inclusive. Miscellaneous items, such as hand car turnouts, rail rests, etc., not included.

Cost per cu. yd.

Loading-measurement on car.
Pit engine and switching.
Hauling.
Unloading:
Skeletonizing.
Spacing, etc...
Raising
Surfacing, lining and dressing..
COST PER CU. YD, IN TRACK FINISHED.

19536 06788 ,10407 .00783 .08287 02423 11977 .14742

74943

Number cu, yds. per mile.
Cost per mile ballast in place.
No. ties inserted per mile.
Average cost per tie.
Average cost per tie inserted
Average train haul

2600
$1948.52
864

75

076 22.5 miles

Road No. 10

AMOUNT $53,150.00. Statement of labor and material, ballasting 15 miles of track between M. P. 23.66 and 38.66 with 8 inches of slag placed under tie. Slag loaded by contract at 30 cents per cubic yard, contractor furnishing all powder, labor and steam shovel for loading; Company furnishing pit engine and crew; slag procured from dump of smelter at royalty of 10 cents per ton. Work done July, 1913, to January, 1914. Miscellaneous items, such as hand car turnouts, rail rests, etc., not included.

Cost per cu. yd. Royalty Loading car measurement. Pit engine and switching Hauling Unloading Skeletonizing Spacing Raising Surfacing, lining and dressing. COST PER CU. YD. IN TRACK FINISHED..

$

1587 2323 0542 0803 0030 0533 0121 0730 1343

8012

No. cu, yds per mile
Cost per milé ballast in place.
No, tieg inserted per mile.
Average cost per tie
Average cost per tie inserted
Average train haul.

2684
$2150.42
1221

.923

088 28. 66 miles

Approximate swell of 22.5 per cent, not counting cost of engine and

crew

Road No. 10

AMOUNT $108,652.75. Statement of labor and material, ballasting 29.34 miles of track between M. P. 38.66 and M. P. 68.0 with 8 inches of slag placed under tie. Slag loaded by contract at 30 cents per cubic yard. Contractor furnishing all powder, labor and steam shovel for loading, company furnishing pit engine and crew. Slag procured from dump of smelter at a royalty of 10 cents per ton. Work done August, 1913, to January, 1914. Miscellaneous items, such as hand car turnouts, rail rests, etc., not included.

[blocks in formation]

Road No. 10

AMOUNT $71,435.00. Statement of labor and material, ballasting 20172 miles of track between M. P. 118 and M. P. 132/2, with 8 inches of slag placed under ties. Slag loaded on cars by contract for 23 cents per cubic yard, pit measurement. Work done February to June, 1914. Miscellaneous items, such as hand car turnouts, rail rests, etc., not included.

Cost per yard

$

Loading measurement on car..
Pit engine and switching.
Hauling
Unloading
Skeletonizing.
Spacing.
Raising.
Surfacing, lining and dressing.

10171.45

1908 .0653 .2384 .0039 .0419 .0053 .0942 1142

3478.55 12704.74

209.36 2235.45

280.14 5020.15 6087.12

40186.96

7540

Number cubic yards per mile.
Cost per mile ballast in place.
No. ties inserted per mile.
Average cost per tie.
Average cost per tie for inserting.
Average train haul..

2600
$1960.4
916

0.973 0.079 89 miles

Road No. 10

AMOUNT $56,569.30. Statement of labor and material, ballasting 17.67 miles of track between M. P. 99 and 116.67 with 8 inches of slag placed under ties. Slag loaded on cars by contract for 23 cents per cubic yard, pit measurement; work done April to July, 1914. Miscellaneous items, such as rail rests, hand car turnouts, etc., not included.

[blocks in formation]

Road No. 10

AMOUNT $85,915.00. Work performed May to August, 1914. Statement of labor and material, ballasting 25 miles of track, between M. P. 74 and M. P. 99, with 8-inch slag placed under ties. Slag loaded on cars by contract for 23 cents per cubic yard, pit measurement. Miscellaneous items, such as rail rests, hand car turnouts, etc., not included.

Cost per yard

$

Loading measurement on car.
Pit engine and switching..
Hauling
Unloading:
Skeletonizing
Spacing
Raising
Surfacing, lining and dressing.

12707.37

1955 0538 .3055 .0042 .0474 .0035 .0899 .1016

3495.69 19858.02

271.50 3082.71

226.50 5842.25 6600.86

52084.90

8014

Number of cubic yards per mile.
Cost per mile ballast in place.
No. of ties inserted per mile.
Average cost per tie.
Average cost per tie for inserting.
Average train haul.

2600
$2083.64
1261
1.07

086 130| miles

« PreviousContinue »