Operating statistics of large steam railways - 1970

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Title:
Operating statistics of large steam railways - 1970
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Statement ;
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v. : ; 28-45 cm.
Language:
English
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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Publisher:
U.S. G.P.O.
Place of Publication:
Washington
Creation Date:
1970
Frequency:
monthly
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Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
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Compares the monthly selected items for current year with that of the preceding year.
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Sept. 1927-Apr. 1942 issued by the Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics; May 1942-Nov. 1956 issued by the Commission's Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
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Title from caption.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18605848
lccn - sn 88029196
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AA00000585:00024

Related Items

Preceded by:
Operating statistics of large steam roads
Succeeded by:
Operating statistics of large railways

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FREIG H T SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE
Locomotive -miles Car-miles Ton-miles (aousands) Number ofroadlocomotives Number of freight care on ine Grs Gross Net Equated como- Percent Equated o-
o eton-miles ton-miles Net ton Net Car- Net pounds of tive- un- pounds rive-
Region, road, and year Mes Per- Gross Net Serviceable Per- per Pr ton- ntton-mhttr eni 1o, l Te- le Passenger- Pe-pr
of roinipalLoaed Epty Per er- cent Un- oent Percent train-hour, itra-ie, mmile s ls pr prml f10Ogos prTmilesilPtrin get-train eve-bef rfcapa, mlpr
oropade Princmpal h aded Empty Per- east-serv- un- H T un- excluding excluding per load car- road per ton miles, locomo- car-mile s pe total nger- locomo-
(tou-e Emty P ent cent esCaet- un Hm Frig otrsric- looo- looo- tai-train
operated id < Light (thou- (ou- cent ded bound Including Excluding Revenue Not Setor e r- srvice- locomo- nd tIve raind r car- day dy tilude e- lcm- rai t-
hper sands) sands) loaded o locomotives locomotives and non- stored tred able ice- able tive and vedd mile day locomotives day live mile day
total and tenders and tenders revenue able tenders tener and tenders
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)
No. England Region:
Boston & Albany ........................ iso4.736 .989.946 21.059 41937 22.o6o 65.5 71.5 49.2 3.117581 2.598.993 1.053.262 62 1 24 27.6 320 503 5823 0.5 22.027 1 57 25.1 96 30.1 7.971 194 .3 2761 23.266.47o 25.6 8
1945 3 2 1.92A,79 2.:62.oo5 314.o63 44:.167 24.552 64.3 71. 4. 1 3:420..246 2.855.355 1,195.879 69 2 19 21.1 6 5:930 6.198 0.4 21.9721 N 1. Q62 27.1 529 30.4 9.051 196 3. 053143 2.987.699 8.2 1.5 1
Boston & aine.. .. ............... 196 751 3.26,60O3 39 6 51 175,556 145496 56 823 71.9 57.6 51.1 9.90,030 8.816,738 3.858.145 108 13 6 11.7 ,869 11.929 13.798 2. 4 349,035 2.10 1,011 26.5 766 4o.2 6.,037 106 $9.1 7.037.58 46.343.87 6.8 12. 4 16.0 105
19n5 1.77T 4.10943 339.35 226n .......15. 5.05 69.6 6 .2 50.7 11 153:073 9,837.777 4.390.o62 130 6 20 12.8 1,902 11.950 13.852 2.2 36.309 2l 1.072 2.3 6 44.2 6,170 o 7 85. t 7.20T6.718 47.671.691 6.8 11.4 16.2 s9
N. Y., New H. & Hartf... ........ 1946 1,18 46O7, 186 6. 4,40.975 5131 41 1O,s5s 68,63 72. 62.4 50.0 11.766.762 10,394,16O 4.531.077 196 18 55 2.e 2.061 19.031 210,92 2.9 30.553 2,263 97 25.1 559 32.4 6.928 77. ,3 1126.4o 10o,219671 9. 13.8 1.2 1
L19k5 Nes,5 56,2 9 1 7:1l5,95. 552:9379 2071,3 13s1 65 7:4T 64.9 51.o 13,55,6.146 12,24.867 5.328,88 217 0o :39 17.2 2.155 21.551 23,706 3.7 30.576 2.299 1.019 26.2 616 32.9 8.044 3 13.0 11,897,174 108,01.437 9.6 5.1 12.4 17




;ret Yorkes Region:t L4 22 0 1
Delaware & Hudson .g....... .... .... 519 3 23 40176 1 412.669 5 14 4 68485 67.7 68.1 51.6 l1.64.610 0.120,641 5.318,111 120 64 28 13.2 2.937 6.538 9475 3.9 5222 3.052 1603 37.0 1.538 61.3 17.387 109 60.7 1.4,216 8 .501.720 7.0 1.5
195 6 3.519.959 4.403.401 461.182 1N4: 71.649 68.3 66.5 50.2 2:o52:.o2 lo.0 6.86372 5.746.659 125 59 34 15.6 3.425 6.975 10.400 3.6 50.447 3.1o6 1.63 37.2 1.514 59.6 18.610 110 64.1 1.231.21 8.301.8.o 6.7 15. 1.8 92
Del., Lack. & Western .... 1946 9071 742,197 4.24,19014 518 66 161, 767 65. 59 71.1 64.2 51.4 11.764,214 10,368.034 4.750.200 113 27 o2 .6 4,786 13.129 17.914 4.3 41.999 2,811 1,288 29.4 726 34.8 13.403 1154 s.&4 4 88 301 9 17.5 1
1945 971a .1.6 25.?1 702.381 177.053 7:.226 70.5 66.7 51:6 13:176009 ,oo 1157366o 5.48,194 133 26 4 3 21.3 5.198 13.275 18.473 3.6 40.012 2.806 1.330 31.0 1 37.3 15.485 122 82.1 4:. .964 32.3112.712 9.0 21.3 19.6 172
Erie------------. 1946 2 291 8.221 98 94a6,510 776733 437. 451 215,729 67.0 66.o 48.7 31.676.85 28.248.744 11.979.o86 268 44 76 19.6 7.743 26.775 34.518 3.0 51.510 3.190 1,353 27.4 951 51.8 14.658 100 79.5 5.731.806 43.7o6.276 8.1 2.o 18.7 1
E1 2i1r .241936 339, 1o.224 1924833 51627 490.252 237.646 67:4 66.5 48.6 35.578.490 31.716.31 13.s.54 304 27 63 16.o0 9.352 29.331 38.683 3.6 49.240 3.129 1.365 2.2 98o 51.6 16.911 100 .6 6.292.04 50.591.031 8.4 16. 18.5 1
Grand Trunk Western 6................19 3 1:666 3:02 25 $,9 19 0 374 46: 0.769. 2 9 5. 4 7.3968 67.557 2,773.349 67 1 0 10.5 3.809 9.62 13.171 6. 979 2,075 892 26.7 577 31.3 7.675 90 127.4 129. .4l3.l45 9.6 13.3 15.5 223
G and 1946 532 3M 679 3.321027 27.19 1o2.972 45 7 69.5 5.0 7 7 :.765 6:953.972 2.965.599 65 1 11 14.3 2438 8.297 10o.735 4.7 40 ,.604 2.041 925 28.9 757 37.9 7.919 128.0 1.317.997 12.935.929 .O 6.7 14.3 25
Lehigh Valley .......................... 1946 1,242 3.623.3 oo 4 oo.126 620 441 163 76 69. 212 0.S 63.7 52.7 12,394.152 10.965.556 5.431.822 113 23 33 19.5 6.oo2 13.446 19,4 5.3 51.073 3.120 1.545 33.1 765 32. 11,982 1o6 79.4 2.305.2 20,287,855 9.7 12.5 16.7
1945 125 4656,022 5144,55 699,436 21 3 10,188 65- 71.9 52.1 15,8796 14,1.42,146 6,92823 137 19 13 7.7 6,4532 19,575 26.007 2. 47.351 3.121 1.52 34.4 729 32.6 15.2 34 108 100.0 2, 2,4 3 25,217.96 9.5 6.1 16.1 29
New York Central .................... 1946 10 32 37 402. 07 40 .076.013 .62,221 1.40.151 790918 64.0 64.4 48.6 10.5803 94,832.750 42,976.8 1, 008 54 j39 24.2 5.275 13,75 153.980 4.1 39.35 2.572 1,166 3. 765 3.1 11.01 19 93.o 41,756,34 4.835.95 11.1 26.4 1.6 916
1945 10.33 e3a93.92,3 19, 04 5,o53 2.964,913 1,475.,554 904:530 64.7 64.7 48.5 11.732.557 101,294,1 47.535,96o, 1.0175 38 2 83 20.3 45, 44 104,003 149.,7 3.7 39.055 2.575 1.209 32. 71 91.8 12.6o6 110 100 .5 43,682,.26 66,472.265 10.9 24.2 1.
Nw York. Chi. & St. L 1946 1,6 65 6. 966 59 7 4,91 932 13 299,2276 121.973 7o 65.5 51.4 20 ,146,207 17.954.973 7.937.505 139 14 26 14.5 2,5 12.,599 15,108 2.9 4.782 2.591 1.145 27.4 1,39 74.6 13.132 88 117.0 1.5,0.795 lO.924,57 7.3 8.o 17.8 172
1945 1.656 .25510. 70 .375.604 19.5673 230,4o 497 .70.0 66. 51.6 23.,634.15 21,075.9837T 9.673l.675 161 16 11.0 2 12 1.271 16.515 2.5 64.2 2.53 11,5 o.3 1.605 78.3 16,004 91 124.6 1.780.891 13.736.61o 7.7 8.0 16. 203
Pare rquette ................1946 14 4,4O4.43 4 522,651 107,204 147 785 71 483 67.4 .566 50.2 11,072,669 9,725045 4,377,228 127 7 2 17.35 4.107 12.,09 4 16.,201 4.3 7.335 2,.224 1.0ool 29.6 740 3 7.1 6.266 96 84.5 1,253,769 ,965.,566 7. 12. 16.9 143
1945 ,915 4,825,136 4 6,9o 9 939 125807 165,6 76.o92 6 .6 5 52. 3 12,49.717 11,007, 58 5,247.949 134 7 23 14.0 3,095 10,094 13.189 3.5 o.028 2.306 1.099 31.6 1.090 50.3 7.,508 93 91.8 1,29,19 9,823,M91 7.6 12.o 16.7 148
Pits. & Lake Erie ................ 196 22 1 i 086,5 ,099,271 961 43,196 24 14,6 65.6 1 0 51.0 3 ,89,758 3 .556,790 2,048,628 31 5 15 29.4 3.,633 9.018 12,651 4.6 49,294 3,212 i,90 4.6 444 14.4 24.617 99 64.7 54.763 3.553.429 6.1 0.4 27.7 76
1945 229 1.090,792 1,109,44.0 ,2 44.443 22.44248 64.5 31.6 50.: 3U.o69.83 .727.329 2.165.862 31 1 15 31.9 3.453 97,T9 9 13. 1 .249 47.699 3 }.2 1.969 49.7 449 14.3 25,912 92 71.1 602,193 3.472.735 5.8 s.o 27.6








So tt. n8 LaeEine.... ............1946 2,5 28 ^06,5 09 1,97,le 18 1 421, 68 2 6 .6 600 5^0. 83 0 2018,6 24,2 5 7 31845 7.79 s2o8 sa 29sb 2. 2732 1,8 Tis as^ sis 4 1456 us 85. 9,4, loo^s no 8. 12. 199^^^
Wabash ... ............. .1946 S3 1 7 7 7. 92 60 1 1 461 2 7 3 .8 19 16 q4 T2.2 5 1 50.7 19.619. ,23 17.366.563 7.17 .068 6 1 2 36 1T73 5.715 14.506 20,521 3. 4 43.588 2,263 7 1 0 27. 9 1,030 51.4 8,no 0 111 113.0 3.220, 871 26.602.638s .3 2o.5 15 205
CnrlEsenRgo: 1945 2,391 s.414,47i 9.701,703 209,363 302,755 117.T64 72.0 o o 5.2o 1,7 19.619$e} 17342.22 79:19.16 169 15 .36 17.9 5.6g5 i4.o26 19.1121 3.9 43.26a 2.3203 1.0o7 297 .8 1.58 5.4 10,3o2113 1120.3 3.333.697 26,1O0.939 9.3 o5 1.
Wabrash o......-.............-..............^6 1,28^ .657,108 .7316934 74,096^ 91,5327 599 72*2 5686 50^ 7 # 6 5s;y85 2i gy 1693 5 .08 17.9 1568 6 6 1406 19,712 3.,43.26 2,499 1 29. 30 34 7 So2l8 58.6 12.33,9 113 1 o.2.3 3.690 27.218240.8 9 0 8. .3 15.8 27
Baltimore & Ohio ..................... 194 6 10 3 2369.5W 29, ,2742231 3.21 104 $17 929 429 767 65.6 61 2 668.054 57.273.609 28.420.0o7 815 36 313 26.95 6 3g8,14 4 54 .390 31.5 2,9 1,0 34 181 8.6 12.758 12 0.l.9 22.5 19.9 1
1945 6O97 27|,2,4527 3 3 n 075504165 946 5 4O6.528 6.1 2 5. 62.1 T796714 69 7.23 4 34.22 9 19, 7 2 3 1 730,0 53. 5 151 0 9.9 15,248.379 133.151.6" .9 17 5
Central of New Jersey- .....1946 53 1.75.802 1:825,617 4209 61,716 21,813 68.2 68.1 52.5 4.76032 4.22,821 2.226.280 7 34.4 19 11.424 14,617 5.9 31.994 2.794 1,466 36.1 417 17.0 11,.030 127 67.4 2,659,05 16,769.592 22. 26. 81
C rl 194 6 2:U :9, 5 2685 o97 6o6:9no 89.743 48.587 64.9 65.g 50. 2 7.26,9.57 6.476.591 3. 5 11030 5 11 10 30 20.0 4 14,s55 18,879 5.6 31.10 2,756 1406 36. 9 480 20.0 13,544 121 79.5 2.975.706 1,343.75 6.2 17 2.
Centr o P1nnalto 1946 94 ..412o0 487.306 103.763 15.A05 6.86 68.8 62.1 51.2 1.223.797 1.087.336 587.045 17 1 1 1 37.9 495 1.607 2,102 7.6 32.174 2.739 1.479 39.o0 765 28 .5 17.,110 132 64.6 99.174 729.533 5.2 147
1945 -... .- -
Chicsgo & a tern Ill...... 1946 910 2.127.288 2,149,469 47.013 62.722 25.737134 70.9 87 49.7 4,618.714 4.16,618 2.0a45.96 6 2 '21 25.6 2,223 3.9 6,217 5.4 34.096 1,979 9T9 32.6 901 39.0 6,157 120 0.0.8 2,28,196 175.9,360 7.8 7.4 2OT.8 25
CL9a5 912 2,$21:662 2:853,717 67.900 79.396 41,729 65.5 9 49.8 6,080,774 5.4.277 2.609,222 5 4 9 11.5 2080 .242 6,322 5.5 34.908 1,982 949 32.9 1,131 52.5 7.838 121 105.9 2.423, 29 23.269.707 g.4 11.1 18.5 257
Elgin, Jollet & Eastern / 1946 391 1:,M:.T74 1:387:267 40:427 39. 19,743 66.9 48.2 54:5 3:J47,3893 3015.5554 1.6O8.26 46 3 26.9 7,371 9,239 16.610 2.1 18,099 2,418 1.8 4.3 265 9.8 11,269 14 85.3 .-...
19 a92 1.446015 1509.115 46 921 '44 20 61 6 51.1 54.2 3.9 .240094 1.745.028 55 2 18. 24 8.032 6,541 14.573 2.7 17,792 25.366 1,274 41.1 32 11.9 12.196 11 44 83.0
on3 Iland .............................. 1 372 7457.28 479922 196.81 5.829 4 27 577 7765 49.9 529.179 403.229 16g.243 40 | 14 7 8 5507 5.555 6,911 903 377 2 .o9 3 5.0 1.239 333 68 7.15.11o 53o53.842 62 149 1.9 91









1945 3T2 45o~s3.614 5,47 ,0894 1.9 .4160 7 47 3 7 21 56.g 8 7 6 0 9 69 6 6 o~ o 0s5 o 4. 4 7 > ) a y ks oyJ 6 :9,7 7 1 73 7 333o95 62.87,o 5 710 .6 1 53.5 11,0 53 ,SU26, 3.9 07 6.2 3 21 .
1945 572 45O:614 470.894 194.441 5.530 4 613 49.7 505.075 383.593 155.037 47 7.8 29 505 534 6.742 872 352 28.0 73 4.6 1.142 313 51.7 7,276.099 53.032496 5.9 11.8
Pennsylvania System ............. 1946 10.032 46.65o44 54.049,976 7.270,263 1.26.219 941.549 66.0 62.2 49. l42.233.5o 4 125545.58o 60,452,150 1.953 s4 8 7 12.9 125.579 122,11 247.697 7.9 37.125 2.779 1.5339 3.1 669 30.6 16.509 127 822.0 53.726.264 594.57.507 10.8
1945iv~i *4 50.774.632 59:229;66o 5,052.789 1.968.326 L,051.733 65.2 63.4 49.Z 156.501.6 138.299-781 67.735.86l 1.991 39 96 8. 119,497 125,039 244.446 4.9 36.469 2.815 1379 N:4 759 33.8 18.513 127 9 57.32.427 593.2624,4 270.8 8.1 0
Reading_ .......................... .._1946 1.360 6,076.170 6.738.426 776,074 199,9N 105,430 65.5 70.5 52.0 17.115.D99 15.234.864 8 .3o7,276 26 17 55 17.0 11.o3 24.233 35.246 2.6 31.522 2.513 1.370 41.6 646 23.7 16.735 114 74.1 4.65.991 23,852,876 7.1 2o.3 19,1 13o
P Region 1945 1: 6.557.714 7.308,029 866.876 220:014 112,895 66.1 71.0 52.0 is.42O,611 16.494,593 9.0029 23 17 51 15.4 11.122 2.477 35.599 2.5 32.991 2.519 1,375 40.9 693 25,6 sO7O 116 77.7 5.14.206 26.651.772 7.0 16.7 18.2 115
Chesapeake & Ohio .... ........ 1946 3.057 12,764,072 13.779,685 677.544 584.869 426,427 57.8 3.1 4.0 54.4o2.718 49.89,424 28.321,941 450 14 66 12.5 38.711 19.709 5%.420 1.7 56.457 3,950 2.265 4s.4 1:r 47.4 25.3% 79 81.1 5.700.839 47:.92:7 8.7 12.7 l.0 153
1945 3.039 13.038.569 1:o7o.:589 667,12o 594.039 432,914 57.8 45.o 9 55.612,789 50.427.879 28,921.647 454 9 63 12.0 36.534 17,827 54.361 1.8 55.700 3.926 2.252 48.7 1. 5.8 26.o74 8o 83.7 6.826.625 6o.819.090 9.3 1o.3 16.1 176
Norfolk & Western................... 1946 2.133 8.297.243 8.8644. 664o020 377.437 254.678 9 46.9 5o.4 35.669:03 31.909.251 17.306.745 249 60 21 6.4 28.466 7.742 36.2O8 1.4 61.156 3.901 2.116 45.9 1.310 47.8 22.230 92 8Z.5 :. a1 3.2 7 "*?I.37 :12. 5.9 19.1 189
1945 2.138 s:9248. 9 9.587:.8 734.241 413.644 272.022 :. 48.8 5.8 38.949.496 34.899.878 18.969.265 264 41 5.6 28.372 7.841 36.23 1.6 62.o031 3.974 2,.160 45.9 1.435 51.9 24.308 91 9.3 4.697.468 39.4.293 8.2 8.o 18.4 181





S /outh sern R eg-ion: srvc
AantcCoat Line............... 1946 555 12466 12.66764 185.115 32225 168.57 6 600 507 23.83 90 20, ,76 9246.424 5 27 31 7.0 502 21.33 29.40 2.9 2732 1.62 746 2 49 45.0 4562 119 85.0 9149.870 101.9.08 115 123
1945 5,557 13.275,349 13,49:505 185.720 314.246 194.563 6 62.4 5o.4 26.130,o92 22.966,267 10,151,423 411 5 32 7.1 8,311 20.565 28,876 1.7 2S.539 1.741 772 29.4 966 51.3 5,021 119 88.5 10.073,105 113.238,245 11.2 10.3 13.5 213
Central of Georgia- ............. 1946 1.783 3.657.410 3.731.914 74,096 91.532 35.391 72.1 56.6 49.9 6.T44,026 J:697.296 2,731.051 93 7:9 1.551 6,666 8.217 1.4 29.675 1. 614 T49 29.8 911 42.3 4.196 136 110.T 2,487.690 22.263.15W 9.0 103 1.12
1945 1:783 4,005:349 4.ino:946 73,675 97:565 40.948 70.4 60.1 50.1 7.285,914 6.354.470 2.970491 10 9.6 1,810 7,132 8,942 1.2 29,444 1.596 746 30.4 910 42.4 4.564 139 117.4 2.558.803 26.29.7471 10.3 9.4 16.5 112
Gulf, Mobile & Ohio........... 1946 1,931 3:522.562 4.239,311 33.726 126,958 43,126 74.6 55.0 53.9 8.959,715 8.043,006 3.862,912 107 8 111 8.7 1,634 6,403 8,037 1.4 4o,668 2.291 1.100 30.4 1.317 5.0o 5,4so 102 98.o 1,376.68 7o 37,355 6.5 7.7 33
1945 1.932 3.602.652 4.569.313 33.077 130.906 41.118 76.1 52.7 .525 9.128.079 8,175.241 3.976.283 103 3 !10 8.6 1,768 .7125 5.893 .9 39.350 2.275 1.107 30.4 1.225 53.0 5.639 114 114.1 1.454.759 7.779.926 6.9 7.7 35
Illinois Central Rail-
dCom ny. .................... 1946 6.593 16.979.626 17.129,253 612.176 6.34,28 316.8s22 6.7 6o9 50.4 47.175.620 42.608.749 20.141,.4 F3 16 9 13. 14.76 35.993 50.757 1.3 42 .463 2.577 1.21 31.8 1.087 51.3 5.370 123 74.2 11.168.82 03.9.2o5 10. 17.5 13 1
5 6 5.6. .605 18,897,511 19.195,951 492603 701,130 388,154 64.4 0 50.7 53.549.150 48.488.09o 22,856,636 3 17 559 .3 18.554 35.47o 54.o24 1.o 42,458 2.637 1.243 32.6 1,159 55.2 9.4 120 79.6 12,57.8 6.942.508 10.7 8. l 152
I
Louisville & Nashville ...... 1946 4,750 17,126,483 18,620,856 505,866 443,057 238.757 65.0 55.7 49.1 35,326,1o6 30.973,168 15.695.130 388 27 69 14.3 27.6664 16.41o 44.074 3.8 28.347 1.809 916 35.4 976 42.4 9,053 131 113.4 ,951.337 84.105,155 9.4 13.7 27.7 158
19u5 4:747 18.644.542 20,248.107 528.105 481.o9O 262.726 64.7 54.8 49.3 33.676.746 33.987.453 17.270.469 412 12 :61 12.6 2.:185 16.917 45.102 4.9 28.635 1.823 926 35.9 1.o49 45.2 9.968 131 123.1 10.099.052 97.619.591 9.7 12.7 21.7 179
Seaboard Air Lin- .................1946 4.14 O 10,273.218 1O.858,579 167.4g1 301.317 134.876 69.1 57.7 51.8 21.924,402 19,449,492 8,5,804 273 4 157 17.1 5,727 19.048 24.775 1.9 33.050 1.938 8 28.5 950 48.2 5.64 121 100.2 6.914.0U 75.197,278 11.1 19.5 16.5 16.
1945 4.155 10:509.634 11,120:76o 207,024 302.990 137.401 68.8 59.3 51.3 220o43.591 19,547.424 8.663.817 278 7 052 15.4 5,813 .041 23.854 1.9 32,65 1,95 8 2.6 995 50.6 5.711 124 101.3 8292,672 94.8-6,009 11.7 15.4 15.o 19o
Southern..................................1946 6,450 24,115,123 24.535,673 416,991 573.860 233,493 71.1 6.5 5o.8 41,416,380 35,447,392 16,072,061 602 2 15.6 4,387 33.7s2 48,169 4.4 25,198 1,490 676 28.0 914 45.9 6:27 44 loo.1 11,79181 1153, 9.6 16.9 16.2 15
1945 6.469 24.837.3380 25.245.062I441.160 576,117 239.258 7o.7 61.2 50. 41,659.017 36.079.698a 16.680.805 6O0 59o 14.0o 14.764 33.285 4,049 3.6 24.707 1.473 6n 29.o0 951 946.5 7.o65 18 13.6x13.541.o53 126.633.3o7 9.6 13.2 16.4 177
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BUREAU Op TRANSPORT WCONOMCS AND STATISTICS
U.S. DEPOSTORY

Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the CALENDAR YEAR 1946 Compared with CALENDAR YEAR 1945


Mar2'47

Statement No. M-200
CALENDAR YEAR 1946


















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTIncs



Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the CALENDAR YEAR 1946 Compared with CALENDAR YEAR 1945 -Continued

FREI G H T SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE
Locomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles (thou nds) Number oft road locomotives Number of freight cars on line Gross Gross se Equate Nrmo- Percent Equated Locomo-
on line ton-miles ton-miles Net N, Net pounds of ire- un- pounds tive-
to- Car- Net coal peroPa.ivn-
Region, road, and year Mes Per- Gross Net Serviceable Pe trai ur trai e n- miles nl- miles ton-miles miles Passenger- service- of coal miles
of road Train- Pe-rontsn- enePecenetrin-cuetable In nesmiles per permiles oal1, pero miles TPassengetrrin ger-ran al fprps
oprated miles Principal Loaded Empty Pr- Per al nucn ecn-t etcuin-hour, luding pde r mi pesrr s pr perml f1,0ca. pr Tanmie ri.rs pra
ol e ar rogh (cr ton mie-u lo u dn exldn Me Mr o- r-r- alpr totl ,ner- l ooao-
(thou-ecent-loaded-bound Including Excluding Revenue No un- Home Foreign Total lervce- l mo gm o m train-1n_ car- dayIincludi ng car lltrain
helper sa.d) Sands) loaded east of locomotives locomotives and non- stored Stored able ice- able lives and tives and mile day day locomotvives day r- r d
total and tenders and tenders revenue able tenders tenders and tenders
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)
Northwestern Region:
Chi. & NorthWester 1946 .062 12.,63,829 13.100.752 325.854 o02,30 189,279 68.0 56.2 49.0 29.852.78 26,706.673 11.768,.512 367 9 135 26.4 20o.024 35.409 55.433 3.7 32,426 22U 974 29.3 582 29.2 3999 131 7S.3 13.589.395 U3.556.623) 16.1 o.1 173
1945 8,064 12,927.750 13.457.222 310.674 410.996 189,353 68.5 56.1 49.2 30,941.921 27,726,176 12.961,790 367 14 112 22.7 19.926 32.151 52,077 3.7 33.500 2,231 1.3 31.5 682 31.6 129 2.7 13.858,462 116.431.389 8.9 17.2 19.7 172
Chicago Great Western 1946 1,445 3.181,102 3,217,772 149,716 100,083 41,702 70.6 59.6 52.1 7,559.710 6,463,.19 2,862,817 67 13 16.3 1,o7 5,o8o 6,177 4.6 34,031 2,o038 903 28.6 1,270 62.9 5,428 130 121.3 1.939.604 13,1.46 7.9 1O.O 17.2 21o
1945 1.45 3,369,732 3,446,04 115,967 107o842 4o,632 72.6 55.4 50.3 8,080,220 6,907,485 3.125,083 72 9 11.1 949 4,756 5,705 3.1 35.179 2,062 933 29.0 1,501 71.3 5,925 129 126.6 2,o88,011 14,1i,41a 7.9 9.5 17.3 221
Chi., Milw.. St. P. & Pac. 1946 10,725 16,906,158 17,926.127 771,700 571,500 278.517 67.2 54.2 49.4 42,856,212 37,916,053 17,452,695 477 47 83 13.7 20.,992 38.128 59.120 1.7 35.015 2,265 1.043 30.5 so09 39.4 4,458 121 91.3 13.514,020 114,755.300 8.9 12.8 17.o 20
1945 10.719 i1.o028s.655 19.223.68 1.013.784 628.339 302.203 67.5 50.3 50.3 47.61.702 2.197.413 19.966,9 4 504 32 75 12.3 20.876 34,47 55.363, 2.0 36,928 2.361 1,117 31.8 988 46.0 5.1o03 120 97.9 14.201.475 125.935.017 9.2 11.2 16.2 s
Chi., St. P., Minneap. & Om.... 1946 1,606 2,570,126 2,751.160 169,320 67,719 29,750 69.5 61.8 51.4 5.194.579 4,556.497 2.061,214 sa 1 36 30.3 1.o024 7.633 8.657 6.6 22,907 1.823 825 30.4 652 30. 3.516 121 72.4 1.995.169 17.229.147 8.8 24.2 16.s 171
1945 1.606 2,498,996 2.7-o.50s 161,598 66,982 26,60 71.5 61.7 51.4 5.106,220 4.491,035 2.132.609 90o 11 26 20.5 86o 6.579 7.439 6.7 24.63 1.837 872 31.8 785 34.5 3.638 114 65.9 1.939.306 16,693.355 s.6 25.0 17.9 161
Duluth,MUlseabe & Tron Range 1946 546 1,133.59 1,139.141 9.691 55.277 52.591 51.2 4.3 49.8 5.519.138 5o,070.o006 3.072,143 39 5 5 15.4 14, 5 41s 15,006 3.0 76. 4,625 2.s02 55.6 561 19.7 15,415 66 70.0 222o,071 665.370 3.0 12.5 39.8 78
1945 546 1,298,780 1.305.o4 16,260 65.717 62,165 51.4 3.6 49.7 6,546,192 6.021.731 3,664.101 419 6 s 14.5 14,81 392 15.273 3.2 80. 4.807 2,925 55.8 657 22.9 18,386 69 77.1 228.794 678.712 3.0 38.8 so
Great Northern ....... ... 1946 8,236 13.074.110 13.112,955 572,760 472,050 275.446 63.2 60.0 48.3 .145.025 34,017.690 15.736.04 360 48 3 16.9 20,295 22.996 43.291 3.2 40.321 2,629 1.216 33.3 996 47.3 5.235 103 82.1 9.398.973 83.893.25 10.0 14. 16.1 155
1945 8,269 N.o67.783 14,076,767 633.162 552.272 24.684 67.6 55.1 50.5 43165,192 39.728.271 18.866,58 385 35 55 u.6 19.783 20,581 o40,3 2.5 42,858 2,775 1.352 3.2 1,s 55.5 6,251 98 90.8 9.771.813 91,779,o05 10.5 10.4 16.2 158
Minneap., St. P. & S.St. M. ... 1946 4.181 5.59,693 5.69.664 n113.12 154.273 79,468 66.0 55.0 50.4 11,655.o59 10.414,607 4.s,114 125 13 9.4 5.2 .41 l ,14 4.1 31.51 1,899 891 31.7 947 45.3 3.203 100 121.s 2,985.578 19.290.443 6.5 9.3 16.o 195
1945 4,246 5.459.a205 5.604.299 107.696 148.193 77.092 65.8 5T.5 50.2 11.446,910 10.218,8785 4,885,074 12 2 11 7.8 5.82 7,622 13.104 3.6 32.3& 1.892 904o 33.o 1,021 47.1 3.152 98 113.7 2.766.74 16,982.885 6.1 5.1 16.5 201
Northern Pacific ........ 1946 6,596 10,620.129 i 11.309.487 727.627 389.14 181,064 68.3 59.8 50.9 30561:l79: 26.7.410 12.612.282 360 20 56 12.8 16.19 18.537 34.730 4.1 39725 2,543 1.2oo 32.4 995 45.0 5239 137 82.4 7.57.787 72.270.208 10.3 12.7 23.8
1945 6,575 11.405.554 l2,178.238 889.684 466.565 175,1 72.7 52.6 52.8 353723U 31.27,970 15,553,8o9 376 15 56 12.5 15.243 o20.201o 35.444 3.8 41,593 2,765 1,376 33.3 1.202 49.6 6,481 130 86.6 8.103.722 81,595.084 10.8 12.4 22.6 176
Central Western Region:
Alton ......... 1946 915 2,372,136 2.402,906 6,061 67,030 27.005 71.3 60.4 51.8 4,860,952 4,332.459 2,056,985 To70 13 17.8 1.490 5.841 7.331 1.3 36,095 1.847 877 30.7 769 35.1 6,159 115 70.6 2,331.682 20.725.829 9.6 14.7 19.4 178
1945 915 3.122.00oo 3.302.,247 9.150 84.178 34.914 70.7 57.5 49.1 6.z241,390 5.510,044 2,685.62 73 1 9.8 1.821 6.922 8.743 2.4 38.3 1785 870 31.9 37.3 01 126 1 8.5 2.461,856 22,20.3.819 6.1 18.5 19
Atch., Top. & S. Fe (incl.
G. C& S.. and P. & S. F.) 1946 13.085 33.636.994 35,639.2631.9Wo9091.228.713 557.413 68.8 51.0 50.1 91.189.574 79.077.797 1.863.3 758 63 156 16.0 38.502 40,o1 79.143 4.7 45.878 2,363 952 25.9 ,103 61.8 6,672 108 .2 2.104,657 306.717.957 11. 19.o 14.4
1945 13,U1 40,861.750 43.256.366 2192.669 1,472,291 769.072 65.7 45.7 51.1 112.367.075 98.0o4.2.9 'o12.7 882 14 120 11.8 38,300 50,284 8,.54 3.7 43.351 2.41 989 27.2 1,241 69.3 8,380 112 128.3 29.839,.26 342.109.815 12.3 15.7 14.2 311
Chi., Burl. & Quincy ... 1946 8.669 15,763,135 16.32.735 598.454 5988,161 312.344 65.3 59.0 49.8 4495.96 9.998.932 18.148.959 435 37 75 13.7 16.4a 27.410 43.89 2.s 42.217 2,550 1:157 30.? ,133 56.2 5,736 106 90.4 .197.32 u4.33.843 9.2 11.4 17.3
1945 8,76g 16.805.751 17,676,327 634.399 3,.513 307.873 67.6 55.o 49.4 48,959.50 P3.,819,765 20.838.727 450 75 14.3 16,065 27,732 43,797 2.7 41.747 2.623 1247 32.4 1304 59.5 6.5U 107 101.3 15.470.510 131u143 9.5 13.4 16. 26
Chi., Rock I. & Pac." 1946 7.617 14,813.741 15.23.161 230,494 463,487 245,281 65.4 57.3 48.7 34.962,500 30o,624.337 13,.353,061 332 16 93 21.1 9.577 25.791 35,66 4.1 3,66 2o2 908 2s.s 1,o26 54. 4,03 o6 O.O 13,135.124 I107,103,601 8.5 15.9 19.7 221
1945 7.716 16,11.931 17,417.933 230.454 524,264 229.20o3 69.6 53.1 48.6 38,58o.372 33.757.738 15.420.023 382 76 16.6 9.997 24.827 34.424 3.6 34.874 2.026 925 29.4 1.227 60.0 5.475 113 11Uo.2 13.972.504 121.133.731 9.1 18.6 17.1 230
Denver & R. G. Wn." 1946 2,.383 4.240,.566 4.672.s86 609.926 130,037 42.467 75.4 53.7 51.5 10.294.938 8.323.196 4.027.m 136 25 l 20.3 7.082 5.66 12,768 5.0 33.221 1.977 957 31.o 864 37.0 ,631 170 76.2 3.346.313 33.336.789 10.0 19.o 21.8 163
1945 2.386 5.554.740 6,229.473 1.045.617 191.914 54.457 77.9 39.0 41. 14.706.387 1.984.6o6 5.920.860 171 9 36 16.7 7.670 7.364 15,03o4 4.7 33.13 2,185 1,079 30.9 1.079 44 .9 6.799 171 96.9 3.676.493 37.637.679 o10.2 15.1 n. 24
Southern Pacific
Company .. ..... 1946 8,167 26,727,438 30,122,505 5053.13 10,o52.462 469.739 69.1 4.9 49.6 79,595,648 69.396,187 28,4o0,o73 769 1 186 19.5 22.447 47.,322 69,769 2.8 38.755 2.587 1,074 27.0 1,115 59.8 9.528 106 106.7 18.736.7278 274,865,659 14.7 15.4 10.4 252
1945 8.177 26.374.953 30,104,992 4,so9.444 1.129932 491.6o00 69.7 .0 51.1 83.851.937 72,778,660 30.614.146 775 1 o 17.1 23.o016 57,040 o 8o.056 2.7 -,117 2,783 1.171 27.1 1.04os 55.5 10,257 zo103 10. 20,236,122 328.667.645 16.3 12.0 o.o 253
Union Pacific .. .... ... 1946 9.775 30.449,051 31,810.,915 2.371.0 1, 4.320 55o,o62 67.0 53.9 49.5 84.473.426 72,927,47 30,691,845 671 1 123 13.6 24,308 J6.708 61,016 3.4 47.s% 2.432 1.o4 27.5 1.378 74.7 s.602 130 107.3 21,.131.483 261,o4,982 12.8 .5 14.9 256
1945 9.780 36,831,311 39.044.,817 3.259.774 1.379,54 57,o9 70.1 46.7 50.2 102,2s80,6 &9 .609,o014 39.6o.939 815 79 8.5 25.433 2,531 67,964 3.4 46,987 2,445 1,o094 28.7 1,598 79.3 11.105 127 128.9 22,919,279 309,527.326 14.o 8.6 15.2 286
Southwestern Region:
Mo.-Kans.-Texas Lines. 1946 3,241 6.230,429 6.483.731 115.602 174.909 79.965 6.6 41.7 45.9 12.773.88 11.10.893 4.9A2940 U5 4 8 28.7 1.522 8,5 10.024 1.0 34,199 1.794 796 2.2 1,348 69.7 4.170 84 112.5 4.095.763 33.941.090 8.5 23.8 U.2 178
1945 3.241 8,21,056 8,87,735 156.760 225,787 123.76 64.6 56.8 47.7 17.169,267 15,109,161 6.865,851 146 5 16 9.6 1.314 8,133 9.447 .2 33.325 1.849 840 30.4 1,991 O1.4 5,804 86 14g.1 4.323,734 37,372.238 9.0 8.5 10.8
Missouri Pacific". ... 1946 7,043 16,807,863 17,547,322 436,599 566,513 269,825 67.7 56.1 50.7 41,961,02. 37.325.275 16,623,50 422 2 7?9 15.7 15.585 26,108 41.693 1.6 39,276 2.233 995 29.3 1.092 55.0 6,467 108 104.3 t0,o0t.o2 91,745.628 9.5 14.8 14.8 224
1945 7,056 19.952.226 19.986.171 509.349 673.o055 329.924 67.1 58.1 51.3 50.354.929 45.112.626 20o.749,855 451 75 14.3 12,774 26,482 39.256 1.6 39.715 2.397 1.102 30.8 1,448 7o.o so.057 lo9 113.7 10.502.730 95.432.032 9.5 13.0 15.6 233
Texas & Pacific .... .. 1946 1,871 4,417,534 4,417,534 83,294 143.116 71,344 66.7 56.2 49.9 o10,s65,614 9,433,305 3,860,410 O 40 5.0 1,299 6,543 7.842 2.0 42,303 2,156 882 27.0 1,349 74.9 5,653 91 83.3 3,3.,593 39.793,7141 11.7 6.7 o.9 210
1945 1,876 5.u119.879 5,120,094 86,823 170.306 81,907 67.5 52.4 48.8 12,780,70 11,164.062 4.696.953 128 19 14 8.7 1.519 7,439 8,958 1.7 39.717 2,199 925 27.6 1,437 77.1 6.859 93 95.9 3,624.811 45,273.541 12.5 8.5 11.0 216
St. Louis-San Francisco" 1946 4,615 11U.385.434 .941,.760 139.302 276,0o94 128,760 6.2 46.5 47.1 21,096,266 18,160,247 8,249,077 307 6 2i 8.5 5,263 13.997 19,260 1.9 3175 1603 72 29.9 1.173 57,6 ,97 131 102.2 5.794.582 4 9716,298 9.0 12.2 13. 18
1945 4,615 12.946.15 8 13.734.418 196.832 317,487 151.369 67.7 48.9 47.2 2378.607 21,071.496 9.751.286 318 3 8.6 6,071 14.389 20,460 1.9 31.78 1.638 758 30.7 1.306 62.8 5,789 134 114.7 6.511,823 59.44.967 9.6 7.2 12. 207
St. Louis-San Fran. & Texas. 1946 156 411U,70 431.121 176 7.244 ,624 66.7 37.9 45.6 566,121 4 ss,so8 2,809 9 1 10.0 341 341 1.8 23,050 1,191 509 28.8 1,678 87.3 3.667 120 U19.5 161,984 876,272 5.6 13.5 213
1945 161 425.2 445.995 u4 7,29S 3.129 70o.o 42.3 46.2 557,607 471.8m 204,782 8 1 1.1 349 349 2.3 20,652 1,115 48 28.1 1,608 81.8 3,485 119 137.7 146,60 941.6o4 6.6 12.3 195
St. Louis Southwestern
Lines" ... 1946 1,570 4,o053,40 4 4,082,515 55,274 165,373 42,148 79.7 52.0 50.3 10,735.276 9,361,130 4,18,557 86 26 23 17.0 1,178 5.443 6,621 2.5 44,142 2.313 1.034 25.3 1.732 85.9 7.302 81 90.2 1.487.556 9.098,587 6.3 22.2 14.9 146
1945 1,600 5,166.531 5.224,20aos 69.315 190,209 71.572 72.7 57.o 48.8 13,123,1 44 .50,.74 5.169.571 108 U 22 15.6 998 6.649 7.47 1.5 36.2 2.242 1,o002 27.2 1,852 93.8 8.852 84 11O.0 1,712,563 12,518.657 7.5 11.1 13.5 171
Texas & New Orleans. ............. 1946 4,320 11,.136,223 11U.155.182 169,575 310.775 109,138 74.0 51.6 49.5 21,815,282 19.426.540 8,726,331 224 2 39 14.7 3.500 16,709 20,209 3.5 32,961 1.762 791 28.1 1,183 56.9 5.534 89 123.5 5.700.995 5663.200 10.6 13.1 9.9 3
1945 4.325 12.550,619 12.582,o6 362.127 335.732 158.419 67.9 46.2 50.9 24.629,636 21,967.707 9.690.916 1 27 2 31 1.1 3.620o 17.733 21.353 3.3 31.14 1.768 780o 28.9 1.243 63.4 6.139 93 131.9 5.981.375 4,665.82 11.5 7.9 9.2 251

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