The carrier is a corporation of the State of Pennsylvania, having its principal office at Belleville. The records reviewed indicate that it is not controlled by any individual or corporation. On the other hand, the records do not indicate that it controls any other carrier corporation. The property of the carrier has been operated by its own organization during its entire life.
The carrier was incorporated June 14, 1892, under the general laws of the State of Pennsylvania, for the purpose of constructing and operating a railroad from Belleville to Reedsville, a distance of about 9 miles.
The owned mileage of the carrier, 9.122 miles, was all acquired during the period July 1, 1892, to July 1, 1893, by construction.
The railroad of the carrier connects at Reedsville with the line of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.
The carrier uses jointly with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company the station facilities and 0.3 mile of tracks at Reedsville, Pa., which are owned by the latter, and for which this company pays $350 per annum rental.
|Original data source:||Decisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission Vol. 110 pp 643, 645, 648|
Interstate Commerce Commission
Although published in 1926, the report is "...as of date of valuation" which was 30 June, 1917