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Title: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
Series Title: Statement ;
Portion of title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
Physical Description: v. : ; 29-45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Publisher: The Bureau
Place of Publication: Washington, D.C
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
Numbering Peculiarities: Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
Issuing Body: Issued Sept. 1927-Apr. 1942 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics; May 1942-Nov. 1956 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
General Note: Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
General Note: "Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
General Note: Title from caption.
Statement of Responsibility: Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
lccn - sn 88029200
ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00087
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FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 1948 AND 1947
Operating revenues Operating expenses
SFreight Passenger Percent Percent
Region, road and year Miles Feight Passenge Deprei- Net Oper- mainte- trans-
Regoon, road, and year f road atiDepreon in- railway ating nance portatlon
operated All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses
at close Per- Per-nt Total mainte- in pre- Total ating (per- of oper- of oper-
of month Amount in- Amount in- nance ceding income cent) eating eating
crease drease column 4 revenues revenues
(a) (b) (io) (d) (e) f) ( ) (h) (i) ( ) (k)(1) (m) (n)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Total--Roads listed herein, ...................... 1948 204,443 $565,423 11.1 $77,235 d 1.7 $696,325 $226,580 $29,298 $575,646 $35,488 82.7 32.5 43.5
1947 204,687 509,095 78,556 637,099 198,454 28,185 504,110 52,289 79.1 31.1 41.5
New England Region:
Bbston & Maine ................................ 1948 1,727 2 ,355 8.0 1,315 5.8 7,292 3,245 280 7,207 d 251 98.8 44.5 46.6
to Ma..................................1947 1, 762 8.09 1,242 6,803 2,289 2o80 5,69o0 67 83.6 33.7 44.2
New York, New Haven & Hartford ................ 1948 1,838 7,292 5.4 4,953 10.5 13,467 4,729 512 12,296 d 1 148 91.3 35.1 47.4
1947 1,838 6,917 4,483 12,686 3,736 482 10o,650 s 84.6 29.5 45.1
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson ............................. 1948 794 4,222 9.4 171 d 25.6 4,505 1,563 152 3,736 349 82.9 34.7 43.0
1947 794 3,858 229 4,219 1,412 168 3,389 376 80.3 33.5 41.7
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western .................. 1947 973 ,41 9.98951 15.1 6,946 1,991 351 5,819 386 84.7 2.7 55
1947 973 4,961 826 6346 1,755 343 5.163 487 81.4 27.7 48.3
Erie .......................................... 1948 2,229 11,542 9.6 694 24.1 12,934 3,772 559 10,825 631 83.7 29.2 47.5
1947 2,229 10,527 559 11,850 3,330 551 9,469 836 79.9 28.1 45.2
Grand Trunk Western ........................... 1948 972 3,468 13.0 182 d 2.2 3,887 1,363 168 3,534 d 110 90.9 35.1 5.3
1947 972 3,o68 186 3,443 1,033 169 2,811 d-- 81.6 30.0 6.5
Lehigh Valley ................................. 1948 1,252 5,487 2.9 392 d 4.8 6,286 2,o61 268 5,700 64 90.7 32.8
1947 1,254 5,331 11 6,158 1,692 266 ,926 623 80.0 27.5 44
New York Central a ........................... 1948 10,746 42,048 6.4 11,324 5.0 59,325 21,382 2,810 54,923 d 2 92.6 36.0 49.
1947 10,746 39,508 10,779 55,996 17,730 2,706 47,394 84.6 31.7 46.
New York, Chicago & St. Louis ................. 1948 1,687 7,972 11.2 150 2.6 8,304 2,403 233 6,196 800oo 74.6 28.9 39.5
1947 1,687 7,170 146 7,490 2,093 216 5,245 952 70.0 27.9 36.1
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ........................ 1948 223 3,124 12.6 o106 18.5 3,381 1,373 202 2,933 600 86.7 40.6 39.9
1947 223 2,774 89 2,968 1,269 239 2,595 437 87.4 42.7 37.9
Wabash ........................................ 1948 2,393 7,328 11.8 491 4.7 8,397 2,125 278 6,095 950 72.6 25.3 40.2
1947 2,393 6,552 469 7,527 1,938 272 5,382 911 71.5 25.7 39.1
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio .............................. 1948 6,192 27,367 12.1 2,005 d5.9 31,081 9,486 1,238 25,862 2,653 83.2 30.5 46.5
1947 6,193 24,414 2,131 28,215 9,195 1,156 22,971 2,735 81.4 32.6 42.3
Central of New Jersey # ...................... 1948 418 2,463 13.6 551 31.7 3,258 1,133 148 3,311 d 841 101.6 34.8 59.0
1947 419 2,168 4182,869 886 148 2,713 94.6 30.9 56.2
Central of Pennsylvania ....................... 1948 213 1,439 1.5 22 13.2 1,488 478 67 1,141 544 76.7 32.2 40.1
1947 213 1,418 19 1,464 401 59 956 619 65.3 27.4 33.7
Chicago & Eastern Illinois .................. 1948 909 2,034 17.6 321 d 9.3 2,588 793 88 2,207 146 85.3 30.6 45.6
1947 910 1,730 354 2,318 so6 89 2,055 7 88.6 34.8 45.2
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ....................... 194 391 3,033 14.0 3,554 717 82 2409 353 67.8 20.2 44.2
1947 391 2,662 3,165 555 74 1964 475 62.1 17.5 41.2
Long Island ................................... 1948 376 1,081 8.7 2,487 22.9 3,782 1,644 196 4,05 d 13 107.2 43.5 61.
1947 376 994 2,024 3,269 1,091 191 3,254 A 2 99.5 33.4 62.0
Pennsylvania .................................. 1948 10,108 57,200 10.7 13,793 d 5.1 77,374 26,427 3,421 68,304 1,232 88.3 34.2 48.4
1947 10,116 51,667 14,533 71,982 23,951 3,451 63,870 1,160 88.7 33.3 49.8
Reading ....................................... 1944 1,353 8,915 5.6 700 15.2 10,111 3,817 457 8,675 478 85.8 37.8 43.9
1947 1,358 8,439 607 9,597 3,084 449 7,280 1,063 75.9 32.1 39.9
Western Maryland .............................. 1948 837 3,690 14.4 13 d 18.9 3,873 1,1552 162 2,762 683 1.3 29.8 36.4
1947 837 3,226 16 3,381 972 143 2,262 643 16.9 28.8 32.7
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio ............................. 194 5,062 24,981 4.7 905 1.6 26,874 9,415 1,305 21,948 2 536 81.7 35.0 39.6
1947 5,056 23,852 890 25,607 7,662 1,253 17,531 4,502 68.5 29.9 32.8
Norfolk & Western ............................... 1948 2,129 14,651 13.3 23 d 18.7 15,699 4,744 725 10,569 3,274 67 .4 30.2 2.3
1947 2,130 12,935 43 13,966 4,255 712 8,851 3,O14 63 30.5 28.5
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line ........................... 1948 5,572 9,322 4.5 2,167 d 11.2 12,520 3,679 357 9,685 1,337 77.4 29.4 41.0
1947 5,573 8,919 2,441 12,274 4,175 353 9,785 1,039 79.7 34.0 39.1
Central of Georgia # ......................... 1948 1,815 2,464 18.8 262 d 4.8 3,005 953 127 2,710 3 90.2 31.7 49.7
1947 1,816 2,073 1275 2,591 950 130 2,527 97.5 36.7 51.1
Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific ....... 1948 337 2,786 20.1 242 d 12.1 3,194 953 126 2,082 637 65.2 29.9 30.4
1947 337 2,319 276 2,746 899 115 1,918 455 69.9 32.7 31.8
Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ........................... 1948 2,906 5,532 17.7 543 1.O 6,526 2,268 304 5,087 536 78.0 34.7 33.9
1947 2,904 4,701 537 5,689 1,84o 252 4,323 393 76.0 32.4 35.0
Illinois Central .............................. 1948 6,581 16,722 6.9 1,94 d 8.3 20,773 l125 977 17,207 1,230 82.8 34.3 41.9
1947 6,582 15,642 2,123 19,488 6,271 942 14,780 1,965 75.8 32.2 37.5
Louisville & Nashville ........................ 1948 4,759 14,658 9.7 1,293 d 4.7 17,111 5,953 690 14,570 1,226 85.2 34.8 44.9
1947 4,768 13,365 1,357 15,725 5,254 641 12,637 1,553 8so.4 33.4 41.6
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ............ 19448 1,051 2,504 23.6 225 d 8.3 3,035 971 102 2,479 206 81.7 32.0 41.7
1947 1,052 2,025 246 2,537 798 93 2,075 169 81.8 31.5 42.9
seaboard Air Line ............................. 1948 4,152 9,223 10.0 1,662 d 14.7 11,774 3,507 402 9,076 1,210 77.1 29.8 39.8
1947 4,156 8,385 1,948 11,102 3,310 351 8,442 1,145 76.0 29.8 38.8
Southern ...................................... 1948 6,483 17,927 13.6 1,837 d 11.4 21,175 6,496 693 15,660 2,497 74.0 30.7 37.8
1947 6,484 15,778 2,074 19,069 6,396 621 14,857 1,771 77.9 33.5 38.8


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
0 Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
a/ Includes Boston & Albany, Lessor to New York Central.
d Decrease or deficit.


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Subject to revision BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS


Statement No. M-150
JANUARY I48


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS



FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 1948 AND 1947

Operating revenues Operating expenses
Freight Passenger Percent Percent
Region, road, and year Miles Freight Passenger Depreci- Net Oper- mainte- trans-
Sroad ation in- railway eating nance portation
operated er- Per All ationluded oper- ratio expenses expenses
at close e cent Total mainte- in prs- Total ating (per- of oper- of oper-
ofmonth Amount Amount in- nance ceding income cent) eating eating
crease crease column revenues revenues

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western ....................... 1948 8,058 $10,645 8.8 $1,845 d 4.7 $14,263 $5,510 $916 $13,826 d 1,069 96.9 38.6 50.6
1947 8,064 9,786 1,936 13,298 4,641 867 11,823 143 8.9 39 47.2
Chicago Great Western ......................... 1948 1,500 2,372 10.5 55 d 35.6 2,683 642 104 2,138 177 79.7 23.9 48.7
1947 1,500 2,147 85 2,466 620 89 1,941 170 78.7 25.1 47.0
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ........ 1948 10,671 15,811 11.6 1,638 d 2.6 19,398 6,321 1,010 17,364 d 6 9.5 32.6 0
1947 10,733 14,173 1,682 -- 17,609 4,957 946 13,985 79.4 28.2.5
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ........ 1948 1,617 2,200 8.4 204 d 11.5 2,637 816 114 2,470 d 276 93.7 30.9 56.4
1947 1,616 2,030 230 2,503 746 111 2,166 3Z 86.5 29.8 50.6
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................. 1948 569 121 2 d 9.7 d 12.1 159 793 103 1,263 d 1 214 796.9 500.5 256.6
1947 547 134 3 168 766 102 1,110 659.0 455.0 172.6
Great Northern ................................ 1948 8,333 12,772 14.9 927 22.9 14,707 5,360 724 12,647 163 86.0 36.4 43.1
1947 8,332 11,117 755 12,821 4,944 687 11,120 311 86.7 38.6 41.6
Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ..... 1948 3,225 2,080 8.9 99 d 2.3 2,338 1,047 108 2,542 d 39Z 108.7 44.8 57.3
1947 3,224 1,911 101 2,164 826 100 2,058 5 54 95.1 38.2 50.6
Northern Pacific .............................. 1948 6,909 9,998 2.7 561 d 17.4 11,516 4,551 615 10,211 241 88.7 39.5 41.6
1947 6,921 9,736 679 11,318 3,998 573 9,171 1,248 81.0 35.3 38.2
Wisconsin Central # ......................... 1948 1,051 2,032 16.8 36 d 10.8 2,213 654 65 1,896 d 85.7 29.5 50.1
1947 1,051 1,739 41 1,922 537 68 1,534 16 79.8 27.9 45.6
Central Western Region:
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ................ 1948 13,081 32,048 16.3 4,133 d 0.3 39,686 12,527 1,658 29,825 4,358 75.2 31.6 37.1
1947 13,107 27,547 4,144 34,769 11,110 1,736 25,581 4,430 73.6 32.0 35.1
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .................. 1948 8,867 15,692 9.3 1,564 11.4 19,065 5,001 940 13,242 2,521 69.5 26.2 37.6
1947 8,868 14,358 1,404 17,453 4,293 866 11,105 3,130 63.6 24.6 33.7
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ................ 1948 7,650 11,996 8.9 1,929 .6 15,176 4,178 649 11,995 1,060 79.0 27.5 43.7
1947 7,650 11,019 1,917 14,036 3,666 625 10,181 1,803 72.5 26.1 38.8
Denver & Rio Grande Western ................... 1948 2,443 4,835 25.7 242 d 14.0 5,306 1,311 261 3743 1,015 705 247 38.6
1947 2,471 3,846 281 4,330 1,507 258 3,690 314 85.2 34.8 42.6
Southern Pacific Co. ........................... 1948 8,195 28,498 7.7 3,829 d 13.0 34,984 11,209 1,062 28,197 2,227 80.6 32.0 40.9
1947 8,228 26,459 4,4o00 33,484 9,753 1,018 26,017 2,654 77.7 29.1 40.6
Union Pacific ................................. 1948 9,756 28,595 14.7 3,860 .5 35,342 10,819 1,300 26,617 2,587 75.3 30.6 36.6
1947 9,775 24,938 3,840 31,413 8,768 1,165 23,083 3,050 73.5 27.9 37.6
Western Pacific ............................... 1948 1,195 3,005 12.4 136 d 29.2 3,227 1,015 124 2,558 388 79.3 31.5 38.6
1947 1,195 2,673 193 2,956 1,108 108 2,552 134 86.3 37.5 39.1
Southwestern Region:
International Great Northern # ............... 1948 1,110 2,313 29.3 227 d 4.3 2,801 866 86 2,336 200 83.4 30.9 46.4
1947 1,110 1,788 238 2,279 782 77 1,989 9 87.3 34.3 45.5
Kansas City Southern .......................... 1948 890 2,907 19.0 90 ,d .3 251 656 96 1,832 727 56.4 20.2 30.1
1947 890 2,442 91 2,751 696 79 1,760 537 64.0 25.3 32.2
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................... 1948 3,253 4,986 22.0 406 d .8 5,945 1,753 207 4,855 327 81.7 29.5 43.8
1947 3,253 4,088 409 4,975 1,488 190 4,054 252 81.5 29.9 42.2
Missouri Pacific # ............................ 948 7,012 14,472 9.1 1,119 d 23.1 17,180 5,295 689 13,813 1,524 80.4 30.8 43.5
1947 7,037 13,270 1,455 16,064 4,842 661 12,012 2,156 74.8 30.1 38.6
Texas & Pacific ............................... 1948 1,854 5,262 49.6 522 d 2.9 6,239 1,811 196 4,733 596 75.9 29.0 39.5
1947 1,873 3,518 538 4,496 1,312 187 3,483 531 77.5 29.2 38.5
St. Louis-San Francisco ....................... 1948 4,645 7,569 10.9 689 4.8 8,983 2,894 393 7,675 551 85.4 32.2 46.1
1947 4,645 6,828 658 8,141 2,783 384 6,834 567 83.9 34.2 42.7
St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ............... 1948 160 355 43.2 9 d47.4 382 81 4 274 40 71.8 21.1 44.1
1947 16o 248 16 279 82 4 253 d 16 90.6 29.4 52.9
St. Louis Southwestern Lines .................. 1948 1,575 4,733 21.0 53 d 35.6 4,952 979 130 2,977 975 60.1 19.8 34.1
1947 1,575 3,913 83 4,135 932 123 2,483 834 6o.1 22.5 31.0
Texas & New Orleans ........................... 1948 4,316 8,845 25.5 832 d 20.5 10,379 2,770 264 7,494 1,095 72.2 26.7 39.1
1947 4,320 7,048 1,046 8,729 2,269 246 6,360 886 72.9 26.0 39.4

Percent increase computed on units of dollars. # Report of trustee or trustees.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects. a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
d Decrease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1948-0-750175