Graphical supplement to monthly reports - 1935

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Title:
Graphical supplement to monthly reports - 1935
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:
1935
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_00004
Classification:
ddc - 385.0973 fU56g
System ID:
AA00000182:00004

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3 1262 08855 3671

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF-STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


FREIGHT TON-MILE5.-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS.











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1951 1932 1955 1934
JAN. 86.0 65.6 57.9 67.1
FEB. 80.9 62.1 57.0 69.0
MAR. 83.1 62.9 51.6 74.0
APR. 83.9 61.1 66.9 69.9
MAY st.1 54.5 58.6 72.8
JUN. 79. 5 1.8 66.5 70.0
JUL 81.3 51.9 73.2 66.4
AU& 75.1 49.0 65.3 6 .7
gaP. 69.68 5.5 64.7 65.5
OCT. 67.7 61.1 61.2 59.7
NOV. 67.7 56.7 62.0
DEC. 63.5 9.1 6 3.3 _


PA55ENGER MILES.-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLA55 I STEAM RAILWAYS.
19 5-1925= I 0.
RELATIVE FleuRp
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1951 1932 1955 1954
JAN. 64.0 50.8 39.4 45.5
FEB. 65.9 51.0 39.4 46.5
MAR. 63.5 50.8 36.0 46.6
APR. 6.1l 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
AU. 56.5 41.3 46.7 50.4
5EP. 56.6 45.5 51.1 50.5
OCT. S5.7 43.0 55.2 53.8
NOV. 54.4 42.8 45.2
DEC. 55.7 45.t 46.8


JAN. 80.6 62.8 54.0 60.9
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 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 60.6
AUG. 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 55.8
DEC. 60.9 53.4 56.3


PASSENGER REVENUE-ADJUSTED. FOR SEASON
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
1923-1925= 10.
-** omn~


1933


1931


1952


1934


JAN. 57.6 4 1.2 28.95 9.5
FEB. 56.9 40.1 28.9 31.1
MAR. 55.2 40.5 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 3 6.3
JUL. 49.9 3t.5 30.7 32.0
AUG. 47.1 30.1 30.9 1.4
SEP. 46.3 31.5 33.1 31.6
OCT. 44.5 30.7 35.0 33.5
NOV. 43.8 50.4 50.5 30.4
DEC. 42.7 31.6 30.6


MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT (EXCLUDING DEPRECIATION AND RETIREMENTS)
COMPARED WITH REVENUES AND TRAFFIC.


FREIGHT REVENUE-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS.
19 35-1925=100.
100 ilve PleumesF
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RATIO OF MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT (EXCLUDING DEPRECIATION AND RETIREMENTS)TO OPERATING REVENUES
SELECTED RAILWAYS BY RE61ONS,1933.
PER NEW EN6. GREAT LAKES CENTRAL EASTERN POCAHONTAS SOUTHERN PER
CENT CEN1


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PERCENT PERCENT




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1953


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


FREIGHT TON-MILES.-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
19a5-1925=100.


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JAN. 865.0 65. 57.9 7.
FEB. 80.9 62.1 57.0 69.0
MAR. 83.1 62.9 51.6 74.0
APR. 63.2 I.I 68.9 69.9
MAY 8. 1 54.5 58.6 72.8
JUN. 79.6 51.8 66.5 70.0
JUL. 81.3 51.9 75.2 66.4
AUG. 75.1 49.0 65.3 61.7
SEP. 69.8 56.5 64.7 65.5
OCT. 67.7 61.1 61.2 59.7
NOV. 67.7 56.7 62.0 61.8
DEC. 63.5 59.1 63.3


1934


FREIGHT REVENUE.-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
1923-195=I 00.
100 lRELAToVE PIURES u .

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1932


1933


1934


JAN. 80.6 62.8 54.0 60.9
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 6 1.7
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 60.6
AUG. 70.7 47.8 59.1 55.1
SEP. 65.3 5 1. 57.0 55.1
OCT. 63.6 55.4 54.4 52.5
NOV. 63.5 52.3 54.1 53.8
DEC. 60.9 53.4 56.5 58.5


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PA55ENGER MILES.-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
19 5-1925= I0.
(neLAnyve poucas)







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40


1953


1932


1934


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 42.3 46.7 50.4
E8P. 56.6 45.5 51.1 50.5
OCT. 53.7 43.0 5 5.2 53.8
NOV. 54.4 42.8 45 .2 47.4
DEC. 55.7 4 5.2 48.8


PASSENGER REVENUE-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON.
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS.
1925-1925= 1O0.
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1932


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. 55.6 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 32.0
AUG. 47.1 30.1 30.9 1.4
EP. 46.3 51.5 33.1 31.6
OCT. 44.8 30.7 35.0 35.5
NOV. 43.8 30.4 50.5 30.4
DEC. 42.7 31.8 30.6 33.7


1954


TONS OF FREIGHT CARRIED
MILLIONS


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FREIGHT SERVICE STATISTICS, CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, 1951- 134
BY MONTHS AND DISTRICTS


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEiENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


JAN. 65.6 57.9 67.1
FEB. 6 I2.I 57.0 69.0
MAR. 6.9 51.6 74.0
APR. 61.1 58.9 69.9 __
MAY 54.5 58.6 72.5
JUN. 51.6 66.5 70.0
JUL. 51.9 73.2 66.4
AUG. 49.0 65.3 6 1.7
SEP. 56.5 64.7 65.5.
OCT. 61.1 61.2 59.7 _
NOV. 56.7 62.o 6 1.8
DEC. 59.1 63.5 66.9 _


PASSENGER MILES.-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS.
19- 1925= 100.
RELATIVES PIOURES
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1932


1933


1934


1935


JAN. 50.8 39.4 48.5
FEB. 51.0 39.4 46.5
MAR 50.8 36.0 48.6
APR. 47.2 39.3 49.8
MAY 49.0 40.3 46.2
JUN. 43.5 44.4 47.9
JUL. 4.5. 45.6 49.7
AU6. 42.3 46.7 50.4
SEP. 46.5 51.1 50.5
OCT. 43.0 55.2 53.8
NOV. 42.8 45.2 47.4
DEC. 4 45.2 4.6 53.5


FREIGHT TON-MILES.-ADJUSTED FOR SEASON.
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
1923- 1925= I00.
40 4. ___(RELATIVE FIeURES)





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PASSENGER REVENUE7ADJUSTED FOR SEASON
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
1923-1925=100.
80 R(RELATIVE PFIURES)



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1932 1933 1934 1935
JAN. 41.2 28.9 29.5 33.0
FEB. 40. I 8.9 31.1
MAR. 40.3 25.7 32.1I
APR. 36.7 27.1 31.9
MAY 36.2 27.7 30.7
JUN. 33.5 31.7 32.5
JUL 32.5 30.7 32.0
AUG. 30.1 50.9 3t.4
SEP. 31.5 33.1 3 1.
OCT. 30.7 35.0 33.5
NOV. 30.4 30.5 30.4
DEC. 3 I 30.8 33.7


FREIGHT REVENUE,-ADJUSTED FOR'SEASONi
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS.
19-3 1925= 100
goo LAT URES




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1932 1933 1934 .1935
JAN. ~2.- 54.0 60.9 1.6
FEB. 59.6 50.9 60.7
MAR 59.1 46.0 35.Z _
APR. 57.9 51.9 61.7 _____
MAY 53.1 55.0 60.6
JUN. 50.7 60.9 61.6
JUL. 49.2 65.7 60.6 __
AU6 47.8 59. 1 55.1 .
EP. 51.5 57.0 55.1
OCT. 55.4 54.4 52.5
NOV. 5Z.3 54.1 5.6 __
DEC. 53.4 56.3 58.5


R epn ant ts h. lber of todkold4 of orrIrs opqertIg In t1 e di.trlCt InolatLs A.plWlOtioo
raltlis from the fot Urt som perse, or COersle. hold *tock i Mre tbn ou c gw.


GROSS TON-MILES PER TRAIN-MILE AND
HUNDREDS OF POUNDS OF COAL PER 1000 GROSS
TON-MILES LARGE CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
YEAR ENDED, DECEMBER 31.1934.
e= THOUSANDS OF 6ROSS TON-MILES PERTRAIN-MILE.
HUNDREDS OF POUNDS OF COAL PER 1000 6OSS TON-MILES.
0 I Z 3


NUMBER AND AVERAGE HOLDINGS OF STOCKHOLDERS
OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,1920-1933.

NUMBER OF STOCKHOLDERS







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AVERAGE AMOUNT OF TOC PER STOCKHOLDE---
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L AVERAGE AMOUNT OF sTOCK PER STOCKHOLDER


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P.& L. E.
N. 8W.
ERIE (INCL.C.-E.)
C.OF N.J.
PENNA.
N.Y.CENT.
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READING
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B.&ME.
BI6 FOUR LINES
T.&P.
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SOUTHERN
CENT. OF GA.
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LONG ISLAND


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JAN. 50.8 39.4 45.5 50.3
FEB. 51.0 39.4 46.5
MA 650.8 36.0 48.6
APR. 47.2 39.3 49.8
MAY 49.0 40.3 46.2
JUN. 43. 44.4 47.9
JUL 45. I 45..6 49.7
AUs. 4 .3 46.7 50.4
SEP. 45.5 5 1.1 50.5
OCT. 43.0 58.2 53.8
NOV. 42.8 45.2 47.4
DEC. 45. 48.8 55.5


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEM


ADJUSTEDD FOR SEASON.I


FREISMT REVENUE-A


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1932 1933 1954 1935
JAN. 45.6 57.9 67.1 69.7
PfER. t.I 57.0 69.0
MAR. Gt.9 51.6 74.0
APR. 61.1 58.9 69.9
MAY 54.5 58.6 72.8
JUN. 51.6 6 .5 70.0
JUL. 51.9 73.2 66.4
AU6. 49.0 65.3 61.7
S9R 56.5 64.7 65.5
OCT. 61.1 I .2 59.7
NOV. 36.7 62.0 61.8
DEC. 59.1 63.5 6.9 _


1934


1935


JAN. 62.8 54.0 60.9 I .
FEB. 59.6 50.9 60.7 G61.
MA 59.1 46.0 63.2
APR. 57.9 51.9 r 1.7
MAY 53.1 55.0 60.6 _
JUN. 50.7 60.9 61.6
JUL. 49.2 65.7 60.6
AUG. 47.8 59.1 55.1
SEP. 51. 57.0 55. 1
OCT. 55.4 54.4 52.5
NOV. 52.3 54.1 563. __
DEC. 53.4 56.3 58.5


PASSENGER REVENUE7ADJUSTED FOR SEASON,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
1923-1925= 1 0.
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JAN. 4 1.2 28.9 29.5 33.0
FEB. 40. 1 28.9 31.1 35.4
MAR 40.3 25.7 32.1
APR. 36.7 27.1 31.9
MAY 56.2 27.7 30.7
JUN. 33.3 31.7 32.3
JUL. 32.5 30.7 32.0
AUG. 30.1 30.9 31.4
EP. 31.5 33.1 31.6
OCT. 30.7 35.0 33.5
NOV. 30.4 30.5 30.4
DEC. 31.6 30.6 33.7


1933


1934


TO MONTHLY REPORTS


TREND OF EXPRESS, PULLMAN, RAILWAY MAIL 5ERVICE.AND CLASS I STEAM RAILWAY
PERCENT ( 1923 1925=100)


lot t: (a) Interstatec O-rce Comission
quarter Colodity Btatistics,
the otll for nh quarter be-
Ing compared with the total* of
the correlponding quarter of the
base period.
(b) Federal RIeerve Board's Miseol-
laneous Carloadings Index based
on reports of Association of
American Railroads, adjusted for
sseon.
The difference between the (a)
and (b) curm, is explained in
part by difference in list of
Comodiltle and in part by dif-
ference In method of djusting
for season.


EMPLOYMENT, 193-1834
PRE CEN


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REVENUE PETON ORIGINATED FOR AVERAGEHAULOf EACH ITEM, SELECTEDITEM5(MANUFACTURE


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CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
19i53-1925= 100.
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TONS AND CARLOADS OF MANUFACTURES AND MICELLANEOUS FREIGHT ORIGINATED BY CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, AND
PER CENT MISCELLANEOUS CARLOADINGS (A.A.R.) (1923-1925-100) PR r C


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