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Excerpt from Report of Col. T. M. R. Talcott, Railroad Expert: To John Gill, Esq., Receiver
Granite Branch is an extension of B Division at its western end, to the Mount Airy Granite Quarry, the reputation of which for the quality of its granite is now fairly well established. And the quantity is apparently unlimited.
The Aldrich and the Buff Quarry Branches are offshoots from A Division, made to facilitate shipments of stone from those quarries, and though belonging to the system, have been operated and otherwise considered 'as a part Of A Division.
There are three ways in which the revenue account of the system may be stated to show the relative earning capacity of its several parts.
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