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" ... probably have saved something like £20,000 per mile, or £8,000,000 sterling. The Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Company, even after deducting £1,000,000 for the docks of Grimsby, have spent £53,000 per mile. A flat country might have saved... "
Journal of the Statistical Society of London - 610 ページ
1866
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 第 57 巻

William Buck Dana - 1867
...spent £53,000 per mile. A flat country might have saved them a similar sum per mile, or £5,000,000 sterling. 4. England, as the inventor of railways,...lines could now be made at very much less than their oiiginal cost. In addition we have paid for experiments, such ns the broad guage and atmospheric railway....

The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 第 57 巻

William Buck Dana - 1867
...£53,000 per mile. A flat country might have saved them a similar sum per mile, or £5,000,000 sterling. that our present system of lines could now be made...addition we have paid for experiments, such as the broad guage and atmospheric railway. 5. The great preponderance of double lines over single (6,081 miles...

The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 第 57 巻

1867
...£53,000 per mile. "A flat country might have saved them a similar sum per mile, or £5,000,000 sterling. that our present system of lines could now be made at very rauch less than tbeir original cost. In addition we bave paid for experiments, sucb as tbe broad guage...

Northern Pacific Railroad Company: Pamphlet Vol.], 第 1 巻

1866
...spent £53,000 per mile. A flat country might have saved them a similar sum per mile, or £5,000,000 sterling. 4. England, as the inventor of railways,...addition we have paid for experiments, such as the broad guage and atmospheric railway. 5. The great preponderance of double lines over single (6,081 miles...

Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 第 29 巻

1866
...spent 53,000?. per mile. A flat country might have saved tbein a similar sum per mile, or 5,000,000?. sterling. 4. England, as the inventor of railways,...that our present system of lines could now be made at yery much less than their original cost. In addition, we have paid for experiments, such as the broad...




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