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The second measure of effective operation for the production of increasing returns, is concentration in the trainload.
The trainload is generally adopted today as the unit of operation, measuring the cost of service.
To raise the average trainload on the Wabash from 196 tons in 1890 to 386 tons in 1908 is also worthy of note.
The expenses of operation must be more uniformly distributed over the cargo than in the case of a trainload.
It was a trainload of soldiers approaching, like all the others, with an ovation of shouts, acclamations and whistling.The Enemies of Women|Vicente Blasco Ibez