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Winchester and Potomac Railroad: Miles. Feet.

Main track, from Herper's Ferty to Stephenson's.... 28 400

Siddings, from Harper's Ferry to Stephenson's....... 2 4,640

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Total............................................... 30 5,040

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Total track laid during the year.................... 74 140

[Table 12.]

MILITARY RAILROADS OF VIRGINIA.

Trestle bridges built during year ending June 30.

Length. Height.

Army Line: Feet. Average

feet.

Pitkin Station to Humphreys Station 4,483 15

Patrick Branch 850 20

Gregg Branch 1,040 18

Total length 6,373 ---

South Side Railroad:

City Point to Burkeville 325 27

Petersburg and Richmond Railroad:

Connection at Petersburg 400 12

Richmond and Danville Railroad:

Manchester to Danville 1,030 39

Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad:

Sixteen miles from Portsmouth 100 35

Winchester and Potomac Railroad:

Total length 3,294 12 1/2

Alexandria and Washington Railroad:

Approaches to new Long Bridge 248 4 1/2

Orange and Alexandria and Manassas

Gap Railraods:

Total length 1,263 27

Total trestle-work built during the 13,033 ---

year

Average ---- 21

[JULY 1, 1865.]

Bvt. Brigadier General D. C. McCALLUM,

General Manager U. S. Military Railroads:

GENERAL: As general superintendent of military railroads, Division of the Tennessee, I have the honor to submit the following report:

I succeeded Major E. L. Wentz as general superintendent military railroads, Military Division of the Mississippi in May, 1865. He that I am the third general superintendent who has had charge of operations in this department during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1865. Not having access to all the annals of my predecessors in office, I shall find it almost impossible to make a report as minute and complete as is desirable.