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Details, at 60 lb/yard (per single rail) single track from Omaha to Sacramento: 1776 miles x 60 lb/yard x 5280 feet/mile x 1/3 yards/feet x 2 rails x 1/2000 ton/lb = (1776*60*5280*2)/(3*2000) = 187,546 tons of iron.
If the rail is 56 lb/yard, then the total rail weight is about 175 thousand tons (about a hundred tons of rail per mile).
"Railroad Reorganization: Union Pacific." By Stuart Daggett, Ph.
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.
But then there were the engines acquired by both companies from other railroads, and on infinitem.
The greatest amount of lumber used for one project was the 37 miles of Snow Sheds, as mentioned above.
For locomotive numbers and weights, also see the multi-page CPRR and UPRR locomotive lists.
1, 1899, and that the complex transaction was completed on February 1, 1909 when the last of the government debt was duly paid.
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.
Total engine weight would be about 10,000 tons or so.
On the matter of engines, there was 159 engines built for the CPRR between 1863 and May 1869 and 152 engines built for the UPRR during the same period.
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.