Graphical supplement to monthly reports - 1934

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Title:
Graphical supplement to monthly reports - 1934
Physical Description:
v. : ; 28-45 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
Publisher:
U.S. G.P.O.
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Creation Date:
1934
Frequency:
monthly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Railroads -- Freight -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Railroads -- Passenger traffic -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.
General Note:
Description based on: Series 1931, no. 1; title from caption.
Citation/Reference:
Picklist IC1ste33

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18538925
lccn - sn 88029180
sobekcm - AA00000182_00003
Classification:
ddc - 385.0973 fU56g
System ID:
AA00000182:00003

Full Text

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS




GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORT

BASED ON REPORTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS


YARD FREIGHT SWITCHING EXPENSES (ACCOUNTS 377-389)
PER CARLOAD CARRIED*
6 1


$ lv ;STERN DISTRt ;











I 1 I s 1
1925 1926 1927 1928 Ii)S 1930 1931 193Z


11 1 -


FREIGHT, PASSENGER AND SWITCHING LOCOMOTIVES AWAITING CLASSIFIED REPAIRS
(BASED ON REPORTS OF THE AMERICAN RAILWAY ASSOCIATION)


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1930 1931 193t 1933


NUMBER OF LOCOMOTIVES STORED IN SERVICEABLE "CONDITION
(BASED ON REPORTS OF THE AMERICAN RAILWAY ASSOCIATION)

i i I I I I 1 1 II i I I I I I I I i i I I 1 [ I I I


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.... 1930 r ,D J F M A M J J A O H J F M A M J J A 5 0 N
1930 1931 1932 1933


TOTAL



FREIGHT



SWITCHING

S, IiI I I 1 7........ .
SF M A M J J A 5S O Nn M J -


14


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* Oivisor used is the sum o ithe carloads originated and those received From connections
* Computed by dividing road Freiqht locomotive-miles by lnhe speed in miles per hour and comparin the resultwlli the hours o the active road lre;qht locomoive-miles.
* Active freight car-dys comptld for each year by subtracting Fromlhe average number of freigt cars on line doily (based on Interstate Commerce Commission reports) ie doily average number rC surplus cars derived From reports oF the Cmericon Rolway Oss0ciaton,ond multiying the result by 3Sor366.
Empty car- days are -Included in dIvlsor.
t A detailed inspection in 1953 showed 78.7 % of stored locomotives were actually ready for service ( See press release o4 Jan. 4, 194* issued by Federal Coordinator of Tronsportation).
:l1J]1 0 u S GOVl RNU IENT aRNTIG OFflIC 1*14


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No.I


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a"-" ........ 3 1262 08855 3291"1""


INCOME, DEDUCTIONS, AND NET INCOME (AVAILABLE FOR DIVIDENDS AND SURPLUS)
MILLIONS OFDOLLARS 1330 1933 1/ MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
150 I 50
140 IJIIII llfl~flh1 III I j ll4f l l l140

130 1 30


I1o 0 110
110 ________________________________ 100
10oo A oo
90 191 193 1933
80 IAI _____80



D0soCT EF50



so 30


10ND OTHER OEDUCTIONS 1' I 0

10 0
J" MAMJJ AS0NDJ1r MAMJJ A 3ONDJF MAMJJASONDJrMAMJJ ASaONO
1930 1931 193Z 1933


IA Monthly income deductions not being available prior to 1931, the annual total for 1930 was divided equally by monits.


eries 1934
No. 2


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS

CLA55 I STtEAM RAILWAYS

AVERAGE COST OF COALPERTON OF'2,000 POUNDS) AND FUEL OIL(PER GALLON)
COST OF COAL 19 0-1933 (INVOICE PRICE PLUS DIRECT FREIGHT CHARGES) COSTOFrOIL
PERTONGALL------ON------

4.008 -- .00

3.50 7.00


3.50------------------------------------------------------___ .00


3.00-____\-___-------------- --------------------------------------40

Z.50 5.00


1.50 -. 300


1.00 -- 200

.50 ) 100


J FMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONO
1920 19ZI 122 1923 192Z4 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 19301931 1932 1933






MAN-HOURS'OF CARMEN PER 1,000 (TOTAL) CAR-MILES, 1929-1933
MAN-HOURS PER I,000 (TOTAL)CAR-MILES MAN-HOURS PER I,OO0(TOTAL) CAR-MILES



8 8

7 __7
"-, V- --,.-.,





4 4


3 ____--- 3




il i ll H u i 1 1 1 1 111 1I 1 'o


JFhMAMJJASONDJPMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASOND
1929 1930 1931 1932 1933


./ Oil classes. Total time paid For
182231-O U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 134


COLLISIONS AND DERAILMENTS ON STEAM RAILWAYS _/
NUMBER. IN THE MONTH BY MONTHS, 1928-1933. PR000,OOO000LOCOMOTIVE-MILE5


RIO -I-T ll- 8T.Tffi-I T i


700 _______ ______I____________ 7
DERAILMEI T RAT E
(SCALE AT RIGHT)
600 A /"", --- 6




400 \ 4 \




2300 ,- -- \! v\ A A'


100
0 0


iFMAMJJ;ASOijFMAMJJA30mNDJFMAMJJA,0NBJFMAMJJA30NOJFMAMJJ3ASONDJFMAMJJASON0
1928 192Z9 1930 1931 1932 1933





MAN-HOUR5*Or MACHINISTS AND BOILERMAKERS PER 1,000 LOCOMOTIVE-MILES
(ROAD AND YARD) 1929 -1933
MAN-HOURS PER 1,000 LOCOMOTIVE-MILES MAN-HOURS PER YIOO LOCOMOTIVE-MILE5
1 40 140






100 ________ 100


80 __________ _____80___


60 _________ ___________________ 60


40 40


0 0O



JFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONOJFIMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONO
1929 1930 1931 1932 1933


FREIGHT AND PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE CAR-MILES PER MAN-HOUR OF
CAR-MILES PER ROAD SERVICE EMPLOYEES, 1929- 1933 CAR-MILES PER


80 80
FREIGHT CAR MILES (LOADED AND EMPTY) PER MAN-HOUR
ROAD FREIGHT EMPLOY
70 1_ 70




50 50
so ________40
40 30


PASSENGER I AIN SERVICE CA t-MILES PER MI N-HOUR OF ROA) PASSENGER
EMPLOYEES
20 20


10 10


JFMAMJJASONDJ FMAMJJASONDJPMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJA3SODJFMAMJJASOND
1929 1930 1931 1952 1933


At Includes also Classo Switchinq and Terminal Companies.





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11I3-60 [ 1 I4 11 J1C1 --1 400[T-


140








100

ISO-





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40 --





0 ---- ---- ---- ---- ----- --- ----
JAN. tFB. MAR APR. MAY JUNE JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC.



ROAD FREI6HT SERVICE
THOUSANDS



16t ------- --- -- -- ------ --


144 -- - -
16.


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JAN. FEB. MAR. APR MAY JUNE JULY AU6. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC.


INTERSTATE COMr ERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENr TO MONTHLY REPORTS

MONTHLY VARIATION IN NUMBER OF RAILWAY EMPLOYEES OF C iA55 I STEAM RAILWAYS IN 1955 BY TWO METHODS OF COUNTING


SS PROFES510NAL,CLERICAL AND GENERAL MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES MAINTENA
I THOUI JA I THOUSANDS I THOUSANDS


35 0 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- -








100 ----- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---- --
t50



tooJ4.rMAY UYOLTD



I SO -- -- -- -- --



too









JAN. FEB. MAR AMt MAY JUNE JULY AU6. SFPT. OCT. NOV. DEC.


* beginning with Jmuary 1933 1Ous I Iate railway wre rquiredrt to how In their monthly reports ooaerning ploye tlhe mber of emploees ho received m a pay toing tlh moath, regUdles of the time
worked. This return is In addition to tthe ount at middle of 0moth of peraol employed, the representative oharate oTof whioh ma b.e afeted by the exieteDno of a large mount of part tinmo ork. As
shown above, te two methods show ge erally the s*a trend. The look of orroepondeaose iader ma teno of M ay n strouture in February is explained by temporary mploymer t of me la no. removal ur-
ing the month but not on the 15th. The exoce of uber receiving pay duri g math ovoe the abr employed at middle of month refleot the effeot of turnowr and prt tim work oombiund.


j


300 - --



































70 -----
eo -- -- -- --- -- -- --
















JAN. FEB. MAR APR. MAY JUNE JULY AU. SEPT OCT. NOV. DEC.





















JAN. FEMB MAR APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AU& SEPT. OCT. INOV. IEC.


.NCE OF EQUIPMENT AND STORES


TRANSPORTATION (OTHER THAN TRAIN,EN61NE, AND YARD)
AND(YARDMASTERS, SWITCHTENDERSAND HOSTLERS.)
THOUSANDS






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5U _TO U 0NTH YARD WAST1 ,RS,S ITCH ENDE l.A D HO TLE S.

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JAN. M APR. MAY UN JULY AU. SEPT. OCT NOV. EC.
JAM E APR-MAY UE JULY AUG. SEPOCT. NOV. DEC.]


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Series 19534
No.3


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NEW ENGLAND REGION

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SOUTHERN REGION
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1931 193 1933


SOUTHERN REGION


















IX." __TY.____ __.__MPTY- _AST_


201 1 2 19
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20 --------------- -------


1.931 1932 193S


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS
LOADED AND EMPTY FREIGHT CAR-MILES BY MONTHS AND DIRECTION OF MOVEMENT*, 1931-1933: CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS


NORTHWESTERN REGION
CAR-MILES(MILLIONS)

111 1 II l 1111111111II-- 11111
100
-o -J I- A











40


0 -' / .
30

20 _-




1931 1932 1933


Serie 1934
No.4


POCAHONTAS REGION
CAR-MILES (MILLIONS)

I I 1 1 1 1 1 1I I | | I | |l l 1 1 1 1 1
50 __

45




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50




60
50 A
55 g- \_-__ --- J
4017 "SI V A%//\ /7 1
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10 1 __\ /-,.,^




19311 932 1933


SOUTHWESTERN REGION
c I II -M e I II I11















o,, \"_____ .

50i1 Ig, -- 19' .


In the reports of fretiat oar-a le to the Interstate Conmerce Comnielon, northbound cars are included with e estboa, at and southbomud oare with the wetbound. Caprmles a nt o ulubdivid types or equipment, such as box, rfrlgerator, godoll, t .
*etold ~-j* q s *^ ,2231-o 1.5. OVcovERiET PRINTiN omciCC.5S


CENTRAL WESTERN REGION
CA-MILE3 (MILLIONS)




I40 A


120

A A
100




60

40CPTY-EAST



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to

1931 1932 19353


I I is -,r- som n-em 4w ?.& #ign gi I






IC ste. 33:?3,3


TONS OF FREIGHT ORIGINATED BY CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, 1929 & 1933
RELATIVE FIGURES: PER CENT 1933 OF 1929 TONNAGE "


BEVERAGES
FRESH MEATS & DRESSED POULTRY
GLASS BOTTLES
COTTON
FLOUR & OTHER CEREAL PRODUCTS

SUGAR,TABLE 51RUP &EDIBLE MOLA55E5
ANTHRACITE COAL
FRESH VEGETABLES
VEGETABLE OILS
ANIMAL PRODUCTS, N.O.5.
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
PRODUCTS OF AGRICULTUREN.QS.
NEWSPRINT PAPER
GRAIN
CANNED FOOD PRODUCTS
FRESH FRUITS
LIVESTOCK, LIVE POULTRY, ETC.
BITUMINOUS COAL & COKE
COTTON CLOTH & BAGGING
ALL FREIGHT
PRODUCTS OF MINES, N.Q..
MANUFACTURES & MICELLANEOU5,N5
ALL L.C.L. FREIGHT
FERTILIZERS, N.O.5.
METAL PRODUCTS, N.O.S.
FOREST PRODUCTS, N.O.S.
IRON & STEEL PRODUCTS
FURNITURE
BUILDING MATERIALS
LUMBER, SHINGLES & LATH
IRON ORE
GRAVEL,SAND & STONE
ORES & CONCENTRATES, N.O.S.
VEHICLES & PARTS
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS


I
I


III


*or the purpose of this comparison, the 157 classes of commodities regularly reported have been
combined into 34 groups. N. 0. 0 means, not otherwise speoifted in this list of 34 groups.


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INTEREST ACCRUED AND INTEREST PAID, 1929-1933, CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS*
( DOES NOT INCLUDE LEASED ROAD RENTS)
4I I InMIflI


F


01
DOLL

5


4


3


2


ACCRI ALS
:00 ____ ____
ALL DISTRICTS 1933 5 YEARS FAULT 7
TOTAL MILLION (MILLIONa ,PAYMENTS
00 _ACCRUALS 4 500 2.,492
PAYMENTS 430 2,331
APPROXIMATE
DEFAULT 70 161

ACG RUAL'
o00o rACRUA-S
PAY M NTS
SPAYV ENT5
S00 '_/CCGRA IAL3.
0


1929 1930 1931 1952 1933 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1929 1930 1951 1932 1953
SBa ed on report o f operaLlr.~ ai.mpansaia only.


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

IIIII IIIIII IIII I ll I IIII
3 1262 08855 3911
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


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- -- -
-
-- -
-- -
I
-
i -
- -
-- -
-- -
-- -
- -
- -
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- I -
- I -


MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES BY GROUPS OF ROADS,
(RELATIVE FIGURES, 1925 = 100)


110 ---- _-GROUP A
( 3VER 3 TIMES FIXEDCHAR< ES)
100 __--
.............


80 ______ ___ROU C
CI.25- 1.99 TIMI 5 FIXED CH/ RGES GROUP
N ^- GROUP B
70 TIMES FIX D CHARGES)
60
GROUP D
s50 C( UNDER I.Z5 TI VES FIXED 0 IARGES)

40

30

20

10 ________________

1925 1926 1927 1928 1829 1930 1931 1932 1933
The Class I railways were arranged in four groups aooording to the number of times the fixed charges were earned in 1925: Group A, 33
roads, over three times; Group B, 34 roads, 2.00 to 3.00 times; Group 0, 43 roads, 1.25 to 1.99 times; and Group D, 40 roads
less than 1.25 times. The purpose is to show to what extent debt burden affects maintenance ourtailment in a depression.
11-bO US. GOVaIINMENTl aIbTIH OnIICE Ic M


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SetCies 1934
No.5


EASTERN D'ISTRiCT


SOUTHERN DISTRICT


WESTERN DISTRICT


ALL DISTRICTS


1925- 1933




i ILO 'U500U 94u I


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN


REVENUE
TON MILES
BILLIONS

46 -----------

43
4-t i----- /-


34 -




It.


14

I 2 3 4 S 7 S 10 II It


PASSENGER- SERVICE
CAR-MILES
MILLIONS


40 -------

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I3 -
BID -Z : saL -

S 1 456789101-------12


MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
"50







400 N7
350 -
100o -
Oi0 '--I-



a, 0 7N.

100 --- = ---- -Lt
I Z 3 4 5 7 8 9


FREIGHT LOCOMOTIVES
STORED
THOUSANDS
10





7 7




4 -

















REVENUE
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
-
8 --- --



















400----. --- --
0 -- / *















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I 3 4456 7 5 9 10 II It
It


THE UNITED STATES

PASSENGER SERVICE
TRAIN-MILES
MILLIONS


LOADED FRE1QHT SERVICE
CAR-MILE5
HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS

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'All classes of Steam Railways.
nl-- 19354


EMPTY FREIGHT SERVICE
CAR-MILES
HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS


REVENUE
PASSENGER-MILES
HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS
40

36

32


24 -




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0
I 4 3 4. 5 5 7 9 I II I.


EMPLOYEES ON DUTY KILLED IN
TRAIN &TRAIN-SERVICE ACCIDENTS
NUMBER


ISO
150








45



135 .- -- -- i


I0 12 45 "75 1011 12
19211.0 US. GOVERNMENT PRI- ING OFfIC( 134-


I 53 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II It


Series 1934
No.6


FREIGHT CARS
UNSERVICEABLE
PER CENT
10---












0




S 5 5 _6 7 5 5 t0_11
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-- -O
6 --

4 --

S---

0---
I25 4 5 6 7 5 9 10 11 It


RAILWAY OPERATING
REVENUES


A / &1 E a 'V I d T 3 1 7


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418 JJ 10
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FREIGHT AND PASSENGER TRAFFIC AND EMPLOYEES,
PASSENGER- MILES (MILLIONS) 0
2000

So 1 / RN DISTRICT___1500

500_ 00





I92 1923S 1924 1925 I1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 193Z 1933 1934



REVENUE TON-MILES (BILLIONS)
to 20

S.. pR DIS ICT


10 UTHC N T T t.



S lllmll^ Ill WlJlll'II W 1 UI l lU WIHI 97[[llllII 11iW1 WI J1 1 990 s IIJII91i9iU Ii5IUI 'IIlIlill IUIII I Wl
19,2. 3tS 1924 1925 19 6 1927 I9z8 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 19 34


CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, BY MONTHS, 1922-1934
PASSENGER REVENUE (MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)


6 o 1 11i!! l l ll II lllu ll I l ll IIIII11111 1111; 111111 1ll 1ll ll l ri11 11111 111111 11111 111111 I111 111 IIll 111111111l l111]l IIIIIIII II jl i 6 01 o
SCASTERU DISTRICT

40 V 4\ 4- -- 40



SOUTHERN DISTRICT

0 II l II IIIIIII II I l l III lll lI IILl I l III I II Il I I I IIUII III lll a
192 t 1923 1924 1925 1926 19Z7 19219 1929 1930 1933 1932 3 1953 '4



FREIGHT REVENUE MILLION3 OF DOLLARS)

Rc DA'" T; RN DI !R"CT



r50LUTI ERN D151RICT "^ x -^,A. ,/ )0
50 5 -, .i-


0 1 1 11 1111 111 miI l l l l I ll lllllllllll 1111111 H 11 1 IIIIIII IIII IIIIIIII III III 11111 II 111111 LIII1 lI1 t I IIIII IIII il
Ilz 1923 1924 19Z1- 1919 I 2897 Iz 1929 1930 1931 19352 1933 1934


PASSENGER TRAIN CAR-MILES(MILLIONS)
,s o I l i iiiiii III ll II Illl III I ll ll i l ill lll IIIIIII l 11 1 111 I l llli l llll itl lll1l lll lIIIII I IIII 1 1

d wig t EAAJ ASTeR DISTRICT
I o I T___ T_ _EST .RN D_1)TI 'CT-_ .,_.1 100

-SOUTH RN DISTRICT

50.5 1. 3-g 1'92 .9i 6 0
192511111 11930111111IIIII 11 1111111111 1 11111111 111111 II
19 1 1983 194 1925 1956 18_7 1928 1-29 1930 1831 1952 1193 1954


Note: The smooth curves in each chorl are twelve monlh moving averoqes centered on the 7th month.


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


FREIGHT CAR-MILES (MILLIONS)
Th1 TINN ll 11 111 f11 llllTl11l 1iT[lll lh 1 1 I lll l l llI hI Tltill lR11 Th11 1 III ll ll i I IIIIII 11 11i 1111 1 1 11I I
9ESTER TR DISTRI


500 _,S UTHERN D15TRIC1 s 500



n I 1j I 9.lll ll SE,%s 1Iol i TII lll O 0 1 Iall I'[ll I ll IWIIlill I[lll I[WIIII ll II li I IllI I IUIH 1930 1931 191 0
912 1923 1924 IS 6 1927 1982 1929 1930 1931 1932 1533 1934,


EMPLOYEES (THOUSANDS) MOO


500 t ALL.D15TRIC-TS 11500

1000 2'000
500 50



1 T it at19 9-I7 198 19 1930 I 153 I832 193
.6 ,tau 3 IM Iw


COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEES (MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)


COMPENSATION OF EMPLOYEES (MILLIONS OF DOLLARS)

<,, ,d",, A -.-" .^-^ 01-^3 *.,




100 100


0 0
1922 12-3 1924 1925 1926 19Z7 I$es 1929 1930 1931 1952 1935 1954


Series 1934
No.7


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IC /ste. 33;-34 18


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

l I IIHI3 1262 08855 37701111111111111
3 1262 08855 3770


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


PER CEN
700


600



500



400



300



ZOO



1 00



0


1890 1695 1800
FISCAL


/AKnS


I5 13% 1 1916 1L920 ISZ9 10 3
--- -CALENDAR YEARS-


I I


9Sl 91531691bS 1920 1925 1930 195
-FISCAL YEARS--' -CALENDAR '(.ARS


rOrTAl. RIGHT SERVICE LOCOMOTIVE-MILES PER
LOCOMOTIVE CREW TRIP CLA5 I RAILWAYS, 19-1933
MILE.
1I00S--l------------|--------------
100

80

60



5 0 190
192I 1929 1530 1933


SBased on trips of road freight enqineersandmotormen.

RATIO OF RAIL REVENUESTO NATIONAL
ER INCOME PRODUCEDI1929-1932
CIENT
S--OTAL OPERA TING Rl VENUE -
6 RIGHT REVENI E --

4

z --- A*OLFre.gcKngrpUr.E ---

1929 1550 1951 193Z
t National income estimated b Deprtment of Commece,
asqlven in 5en. Doc. I4, 73rd Conqrc3,Znd Se on(i934)tplO.


INDEX OF BOOK VALUE OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT, NET RAILWAY OPERATING INCOME AND RAILWAY TAX ACCRUALS
PER MILE OF LINE, STEAM ROADS IN THE UNITED STATES, 1890-1932 (RELATIVE FIGURES: 1890-1899- 100)
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I I V -IJI


COLLISIONS AND DERAILMENTS ON STEAM RAILWAYS, BY MONTH
NUMB R IN TH MONT NUMe PER I. 0l00 LOCOMaIVe-MIL

8001 A fn MR A A



DERAILMENT RT TE SCALEAT RIG T)
600 _A----A_ _- A---A ------------------6

400 4
500 1 --\ -



300 3


o00 AAATL FT) _A4

_1_00 `____________



19e8 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934
-UH2. U.S 80 illull INIr FCKW


* Amount reported in Operaoing Expense account number457.


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No.8.


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OPERATING REVENUES PER MAN-HOUR (EXCLUDING EXECUTIVES OFFICIALS,AND STAFF A15ITANTS)
DOLLARS CLA55 I TEAM RAILWAYS.* 19 B-8134


2.40 ___ ___ __ __ _-------
2.40

2.20 ___O____ -

2.00 ___

1.80
1.6_OPERATINS REVENUES PEC MAN-HOUR

1.40

1.20



.80

.60
480 ___________ ___________ ----------_ ----------_ ----------_ -------- _____*---



.20
o~. ..... :_. - - - - - -------- I.I1..I 1. 1 1 I \ "'ll LU J


19Z8 129 1930 1931 1932 1933 319 4
19*8 Excludinq switching and terminal companies,1953-1934.


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No.9


RATIO OF TOTAL MAINTENANCE EXPENSES TO TOTAL TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES, PER ANNUM, 1929-1933, 20 SELECTED RAILWAYS.
PERCENT PERCENT









ISIS
5 5
5m mf50
0 0
.,N.W. CoS. OHIO A.IbSF. CL.&N. UNION PAC. MO.PAC. CM.MTPb.R C.&N.W. SOUTHERN ERIE N. Y. C. C,R.I..P. SALTQOHEO GREAT NORl. TOU. PAC. PENN. N.YN..H. C.S.. ILL.CENT. READING



PERCENT MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES EXPENSES OF RAILWAY OPERATING REVENUES, PER ANNUM, 1929-1933, 20 SELECTED RAILWAYS.
PERCENT PERCENT


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CG.N.W. MO.PAC. A.J.&S.P. CMT. N.ON PL.H.. L. N. SOUTHERN C.AQ. &C.R.I.P. CE5s. N&Ac.1 SOU.PAC. ERIE N.Y.C. N.OW. GREATHNOR. SALTOI. 1O PENN. ILL.CENT. UNION PAC. EREADINO



MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES EXPENSES PER EQUATED TRACK-MILE, PER ANNUM,192-1933, 20 SELECTED RAILWAYS.
R ADOLLAS(HOUSANDS) D
5

4 4

5 3




CHES .& to N.Y.,PAC. AON.&W. CRIE PENN. N.Y.C. SALTON. C.0 READING LCiN. SOUTHERN MO.PAC. AT.b&S.F. C.N.W UNION PAC. PACN. CMT.P.P ILL. PCENT. C,.S.Q. CR.I.OP. GREAT NOR.



MITONS OF RAIL LAID IN REPLACEMENT PER EQUATED TRACK-MILE, PER ANNUM,1929-1933,20 SELECTED RAILWAYS.
15 TONS

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CHES OHIO ERIE NOW. MO. PAC. ALTO. & OHIO O N PENN. A.T. PS.. N.Y.C. SOU. PAC. CMO.A. C.&rN.W. N.Y..H.&H. ILL.CENT. SOUTHERN C.R.I.er CM.BT. P.CP. UNION PC. READING GREAT NOR.



NUMBER OF CROBSTIES LAID IN REPLACEMENT PER EQUATE D TRACK MILE, PER ANNUM,1929-1933,20 SELECTED RAILWAYS.


5 5
44






SOUTHERN MO.PAC. C.MWT.P.MP. N.OW. ERIE L. & N. C. N.W. CHES.r OHIO ILL.CENT. UNION PAC. N.Y..N.H.H. A, J&.. BALTO.&OHIO Ca.C. PENN. N.Y.C. SOU.PAC. C.R.I.&P GREAT NOR. READING
NUMBER OF GOVPRNMENTI PT O 19





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FREIGHT TON-MILES.-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
19235- 1925=1 00
(RLATIVE F16URE3
100o TFF -iT ml

90

90 -- -A\



6O

50

40

O
1931 1932 1933 1934
JAN. 5.0 ~ 5.6 57.9 7.1
FEB. 80.9 6 2. 57.0 69.0
MAR. 53.1 62.9 51.6 74.0
APR. 63. 6 .1 56.9 69.9
MAY aZ.1 54.5 58.6 72.8
JUN. 79.5 5 1. 68.5 70.0
JUL. 81.3 51.9 .73.2 66.4
AU. 75.1 49.0 65.3


69.8


61 .2


61 .1


67.7


SEP


NOV.1 67.7 56.7 6 2.0
DEC. G 3.5 5 9. 1 6 3.3


FREIGHT REVENUE-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
1925-1925=100.
100 (RELATIVE PieURES)






50


40
90 ----- -------- ------- -------










40


1931 1932 1933 1934
JAN. 80.e .6.8 54.0 60.
FEB. 77.3 59.6 50.9 60.7
MAR. 78.9 59.1 46.0 63.2
APR. 79.0 57.9 51.9 1,7
MAY 77.4 53.1 55.0 60.6
JUN. 76.7 50.7 60.9 6 1.6
JUL. 77.0 49.2 65.7 60.6
AUG. 70.7 47.6 59.1 55.1


SEP.


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NOV. 63.5 52.3 54.1 __
DEC. 60.9 53.4 56.3 _


PASSENGER REVENUE;ADJU5TED FOR SEASON
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
1925-1925= 10.
,mLAR V ....I..UR.


1934


1932


JAN. 57.8 4 1.2 -8.9 29.5
FEB. 5.9 40.1 8.9 31.1
MAR. 55.2 40.3 25.7 32.1
APR. 55.8 36.7 27.1 31.9
MAY 54.3 36.2 27.7 30.7
JUN. 52.1 33.3 31.7 32.3
JUL. 49.9 32.5 30.7 32.0
AUG. 47.1 30.1 30.9 31.4
SEP. 46.3 31.5 33.1
OCT. 44.8 30.7 35.0
NOV. 43.8 50.4 30.5
DEC. 47.7 31.8 30.8


1933


*1I


JAN. 64.6 50.8 39.4 45.5
FEB. 65.9 51.0 39.4 46.5
MAR. 63.5 50.8 36.0 48.6
APR. 66.1 47.2 39.3 49.8
MAY 64.4 49.0 40.3 46.8
JUN. 60.4 43.5 44.4 47.9
JUL. 59.0 45.1 45.6 49.7
AU. 56.5 4t,.3 46.7
SrP. 56.6 45.5 51.1 _
OCT. 55.7 43.0 55.t
NOV. 54.4 4 k.8 45.2
CDC. 3.7 48.2 48.8


m


* InexeM for Canadian eorloading were derived trom weekly oarloading bulleti.ns published by t te Do laon Bureau of Statlltios. For the United States the Federal Reserveor Bod ndex number were
oe meite tM Il92p.al of h
Sa e tot er oamrles In O eran Were oomputed two. the Official weekly Joumral oft he Querman Rationa1 Ralway (freight nd oompany eseio ceax.Le-,a1le).


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF~ STATISTICS


RAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS
G1RAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORT


PASSENGER MILES.-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON.
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
195- 1925 = I0.
RELATIVE FIeURZE)
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1934


1933


1932


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No.10


57.0


5 6.5


64.7


65.3


51.8


I I


63.6


55.4


54.4


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FREIGHT TON-MILE5.-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS.
193- 1925=100.
oRELATIve FIoURE.


90



70


60




40


1951 1932 1935 1934
JAN. 85.0 6S5. 57.9 67.1
FEB. 80.9 62.1 57.0 69.0
MAR. 3.1 62.9 51.6 74.0
APR. 63.2 61.1 56.9 69.9
MAY St.l 54.5 58.6 72.8
JUN. 79.5 51.8 66.5 70.0
JUL. 813 51.9 73.2 66.4
AUG. 75.1 49.0 65.3 61.7
SEP. 69.8 56.5 64.7
OCT. 67.7 61. 6 I .2 _
NOV. 67.7 56.7 62.0
DEC. 35.5 59. 63.3 _


PASSENGER MILES.-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS.
1925-1925 = I.
RELATIVE PlUREus
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1932


1931


JAN. 64. .50.8 59.4. 45.5
FEB. 65.9 51.0 59.4 46.5
MAR. 63.5 50.8 36.0 48.6
APR. 66.1 47.2 39.3 49.8
MAY 64.4 49.0 40.5 46.2
JUN. 60.4 43.5 44.4 47.9
JUL. 59.0 45.1 45.6 49.7
AUe. 56.5 4 .3 46.7 50.4
SER 56.6 45.5 551.1 _
OCT. 55.7 43.0 565.2
NOV. 54.4 4 Z.8 4 5.2
DEC. 55.7 45.t 4 8. _


19533


FREIGHT REVENUE,-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON.
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS.
1923-1925=I O.
(KRE"LATIVE FluRES
100

90

to
70 -------- ------_------- ------




60




40


1931 1952 1933 1934
JAN. 80.6 62.8 54.0 60.9
FEB. 77.5 59.6 50.9 60.7
MAR. 78.9 59.1 46.0 63.2
APR. 79.0 57.9 51.9 61.7
MAY 77.4 53,1 55.0 60.6
JUN. 76.7 50.7 60.9 61.6
JUL. 77.0 49.2 65.7 0.6
AU6. 70.7 47.8 59.1 55.1
5EP. 65.3 5 1. 57.0 55.1
OCT. 63.6 55.4 54.4
NOV. 65.5 52.3 54.1
DEC. 60.9 53.4 56.5


PASSENGER REVENUE-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
1923-1925=100.
(RELArTIVE PI UREs
o IIII -ll- l ll II-lllllll IllIll tll 1 I I I IIII


60



40



to



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1935


1932


JAN. 57.8 41.2 28.9 29.5
FEB. 56.9 40. 1 2.9 31.1
MAR. 55.2 40.3 25.7 32.1
APR. 55.8 36.7 27.1 31.9
MAY 54.5 56.2 27.7 30.7
JUN. 52.I 33.3 51.7 32.5
JUL. 49.9 3t.5 30.7 32.0
AUG. 47.1 30.1 30.9 51.4
SEP. 46.3 51.5 33.1 31.6
OCT. 44.8 30.7 35.0
NOV. 43.8 30.4 5___
DEC. 4 .7 55W.8


1954


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No. ll




tT


FREIGHT TON-MILES.-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
193G-1925=100.





90

so _____------_-----_-----




40

o I II I Il I I III lllJl l IIIIIlll E Ell I O i
1931 1932 1955 1934
JAN. 85.0 6 5. 57.9 67.1
EB. 80.9 6 2.1 57.0 49.0
MAR. 83.1 62.9 51.6 74.0
APR. 63.2 -1.1 8.9 69.9
MAY 82.1 54.5 58.6 72.8
JUN. 79.5 51.8 66.5 70.0
JUL. 81.3 51.9 73.2 66.4
AUG. 75.1 49.0 65.3 61.7
RP. 69.8 56.5 64.7 65.5
OCT. 67.7 61.1 61.2
NOV. 67.7 56.7 G62.0
DEC. 63.5 59.1 63.3


PA55EN6ER MILES5-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS.
1925-195 = I100.
I .ATIVe FIOUn5 s)



0



40



to


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JAN. 64.6 50.8 39.4 45.5
FEB. 65.9 51.0 39.4 46.5
MAR. 63.5 50.8 36.0 48.6
APR. 66.1 47.2 39.3 49.8
MAY 64.4 49.0 40.3 46.2
JUN. 60.4 43.5 44.4 47.9
JUL. 59.0 45.1 45.6 49.7
AUG. 56.5 4 .3 46.7 50.4
SEP. 56.6 45.5 51.1 50.5
OCT. 53.7 43.0 55.2 _
NOV. 54.4 42.8 45.2
DEC. 53.7 45.2 4 .8 _


1933


FREIGHT REVENUE,-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
1923-19_5=IQO.
8(RELATIV _e unes
oo III Fll l lIll 1111111111 1ll IIIl IIT ll7 ll Hl
90







so __--A V


40
0


1931 1932 1933 1934
JAN. 80.8 2.8 64.0 60.9
FEB. 77.5 59.6 50.9 60.7
MAR. 78.9 59. 1 46.0 63.2
APR. 79.0 57.9 51.9 61.7
MAY 77.4 53.1 55.0 0.6
JUN. 76.7 50.7 60.9 6 1.6
JUL. 77.0 49.2 65.7 O0.6
AU. 70.7 47.8 59.1 55.1
SEP. 65.3 51.8 57.0 55.1
OCT. 63.6 55.4 54.4 52.5
NOV 63.5 52.3 54.1
DEC. 60.9 53.4 50.5


I tI


PASSENGER REVENUE-ADJU5TED FOR.SEASON
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
192-1925=1O0.
(nrLAT v n iuRes)
o I I ---li l l l l l I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1I I I l l 1l l l ll-


6o



40



to




1931 1932 1933 1934
JAN. 57.8 4 1.2 28.9 29.5
FEB. 56.9 40.1 28.9 31.1
MAR. 55.2 40.3 25.7 32.1
APR. 55.8 36.7 27.1 31.9
MAY 54.3 36.2 27.7 30.7
JUN. 52.1 33.3 31.7 32.5
JUL. 49.9 32.5 30.7 52.0
AUG. 47.1 30.1 30.9 51.4
SEP. 46.3 31.5 33.1 31.6
OCT. 44.8 30.7 35.0 35.5
NOV. 43.8 30.4 30.5
DEC. 4 2.7 31.6 30.8


6710-0 U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1934
IndXe for obr were Computed from rotu r de ra monthly bulletin of the n teratio des min and the 1927 tatistiqu des h s de Fr ranoi. The periodic dota for Fra e were given for periods varying from three to five weeks. These were apportioned to a leda month basis. Th r .for
using the year 1927 as the am e for ocoaquzm re t i that the i at of the extensive peroentage rate and fare increases. in rhnoe were made in 192-6. 8hr-h N da rpte e tou e onn thepportioned to osl sonth bsls. Tho aon tos
Smndezo foIr reat sBritain were computed from return, derived from RIllvay statitioso, published by inistry of Tlrnsport, OGroat Britain. leginuing with 1932, Bitishb freight t rflo was reported osoh four weeks. Adustument has been mede to a oalendr month basis.


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FREIGHT AND PASSENGER TRAFFIC IN GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATE, 1951-1934.
NOT ADJUSTED FOR SEASON
1925-1925= 100


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No.12Z


1932


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