Railway Age 1931 September 5  Engine House expenses Coal Tonnage increase

Railway Age 1931 September 5 Engine House expenses Coal Tonnage increase

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Railway Age 1931 September 5 Engine House expenses Coal Tonnage increase
Railway Age 1931 September 5  Cover loose from the magazine pages.  LOTS OF ADS
In This Issue
Reducing Expenses at the Enginehouse Page 350
Operating Economy Series, Article No. 9, which points out that changes in operating conditions affecting locomotive utilization and maintenance afford real opportunities to save money by modernizing engine-terminal facilities.
How Increase Coal Tonnage?  357
High pressure gas is not a menace, but high pressure gas salesmanship demands similar aggressiveness on the part of the coal industry and the coal-carrying railroads, according to C. V. Beck, president, St. Louis Coal Company.
Hidden Costs of Company Material  367
C. I. Cavenaugh, division storekeeper, Atlantic Coast Line, discusses opportunities for economies in the reduction of surplus stocks, excessive handling, etc.
Business Men and Government in Business  347
Prosperity By Taxation  349
Reducing Expenses at the Enginehouse  350
Southwestern Lines File Store-Door Tariff  353
Speeding Up Trains With Water Cars  354
Reading Testimony on Traffic and Purchases  356
How Increase Coal Tonnage? By C. V. Beck  357
Receivers for F. E. C.  359
Oklahoma City Opens New Station  359
Western Rate Hearings Conclude Testimony  363
Pacific Electric Sponsors Education Among Employees  365
Hidden Costs of Company Material, by C. I. Cavenaugh  367
Texrope V-Belt Axle-Generator Drive  369
Lift Trucks for Tight Places  370
Substituting Motor Coaches for Trains  371
Freight Car Loading  373
NEWS 375

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