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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: AA00015604:00111
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Preceded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam roads
Succeeded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large railways

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'3.5. DE~t>~TC~Y I


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
d Decrease or deficit.
a/ 1949 figures include Wheeling & Lake Erie


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3 1262 08731 0909TE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Subject BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 1950 AND 1949

Miles Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Nt Oer er- aent Percent
Region, road, and year operated ---Not Oper- mainte- trans-
at ed Depreci- railway eating nance portation
at losenth All atlon in- oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month Per- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total acting (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount cent Amount cent nance in pre- income cent) sting eating
in- in- ceding revenues revenues
crease crease column revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) ( ) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Total--Roads listed herein ................. 1950 204 233 $47,248 d 9.6 66,709 d 4. 611,6o $207,255 $33,603 $511,786 $28,906 8:.7 42
N719w9 204% 5d9,964 78,009 679,77 232,758 31,807 77,330 29,181 89.9 3 43:2
Boston &HMaine .......................... 1950 1,712 5,011 d 4.6 961 d 14.6 6,562 2,094 298 5,513 186 84.0 31.9 45.4
1949 1,757 5,250 1,126 6,985 2,270 283 5,879 252 84.2 32.5 45.8
New York, New Haven & Hartford ..........1950 1,797 7,080 d 6.4 861 d 13.0 11,93 3,136 600 9,226 1,022 77.3 26.3 43.2
1949 1,798 7,553 --- 4,439 13,243 3,979 550 10,899 691 82.3 30.0 43-9
Great Lakee Region:
Delaware & Hudson ....................... 195 794 3848 d 3.1 177 d 20.2 4,127 1,344 177 3,247 439 78.7 32.6 40.2
199 794 3,972 221 4,303 1,777 162 3,897 137 90.6 41.3 43.4
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western..........1950 968 4,468 d 19.2 810 d 10.6 5,761 1,777 402 4,999 301 86.8 30.8 48.7
1949 969 5,531 907 6,970 2,107 370 5,776 534 82.9 30.2 46.9
Erie .................................... 1950 2,231 10,438 d 10.2 573 d 12.0 11,665 3,360 627 9,370 963 80.3 28.8 44.3
1949 2,229 11,625 50 13,022 3,805 588 10,427 1,o46 80.1 29.2 43.5
Grand Trunk Western ..................... 1950 971 3,507 3.6 164 d 7.9 3,925 1,301 191 3,320 254 84.6 33.1 46.1
1949 971 3,384 178 3,811 1,392 185 3,489 6 91.5 36.5 49.2
Lehigh Valley ........................... 1950 1,252 4,503 d 15.1 322 d 21.7 5,61 1,580 288 4,306 123 85.1 31.2 46.6
1949 1,252 5.302 411 ,010 1,800 293 5,079 332 84.5 30.0 47.8
New York Central ........................ 1950 10,722 40,750 d 8.2 10,249 d 10.3 56,726 19,440 3,080 50,5d0 d 86 89.1 34.3 47.8
1949 10,731 44,401 11,421 61,535 20,335 2,945 53,426 M,54 86.8 33.0 47.0
New York, Chicago & St. Louie s/........ 190 2,193 9,641 d 14.0 124 d 12.8 10,o62 3,215 422 7,484 1,291 74.4 32.0 35.7
1949 2,193 11,209 143 11,616 3,341 398 7,977 1,915 68.7 28.8 34.3
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................. 1950 221 2,673 d 24.1 81 d 13.8 2,870 1,072 251 2,445 557 85.2 37.4 39.2
1949 221 3,523 94 3,771 1,368 226 3,036 763 80.5 36.3 36.5
Wabash ..................................1950 2,393 6,731 d 5.3 385 d19.7 7,607 2,139 335 6,097 435 80.2 28.1 44.5
1949 2,393 7,110 479 8,133 2,234 297 6,471 600 79.6 27.5 44.6
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio ........................ 1950 6,202 23,914 d 14.0 1,767 d 12.8 27,260 10,005 1,370 24,260 930 89.0 36.7 44.7
1949 6,202 27,811 -- ,026 31,486 10,232 1,368 25,773 2,819 81.9 32.5 42.8
Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ......... 1950 411 2,230 d 13.7 479 9.0 2,900 882 145 2,612 90.1 30.4 52.4
1949 415 2,585 526 3,354 1,122 139 3,223 96.1 33.5 55.3
Central R. R. Co. of Pennsylvania ....... 19 212 1,234 19.5 10 d 44. 1,274 435 74 92 579 72.6 34.2 33
1949 212 1,534 19 1,592 418 74 1,00 778 .0 26.2 32.2
Chicago & Eastern Ill. .................. 1950 906 1,690 d 12.8 257 d 30.3 2,163 593 109 1,789 132 82.7 27,4 45.1
1949 909 1,939 369 2,54 766 110 2,172 143 85.3 30.1 44.4
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................. 1950 238 2,911 d 17.0 592 724 108 2,114 666 58.9 20.2 3.2
1949 238 3,509 4,095 854 112 2,422 714 59.1 20.8 4.8
Long Islad#* ............................190 365 936 d 20.5 2,557 1.8 3,660 1,319 189 3546 d 62 5 96.9 3.0
19V9 376 1,178 2,511 3,877 1,574 214 4,347 d 1,224 112.1 40.6 62.
Pennsylvania ............................ 1950 10,118 47,397 d 20.8 13,455 d 12.2 66,761 21,230 3,563 55,193 4,879 82.7 31.8 44.9
1949 10,142 59,842 15,317 81,787 27,381 3,581 69,077 4,858 84.5 33.5 45.7
Reading ................................ 1950 1,317 7,518 d 18.4 535 d 23.7 8,495 3,000 500 7,116 630 83.8 35.3 43.6
1949 1,325 9,218 701 10,448 3,883 488 8,686 675 83.1 37.2 41.8
Western Maryland ........................ 1950 837 2,497 d 32.2 7 d 33.2 2,633 943 199 2,087 373 79.3 35.8 35.3
1949 837 3,684 3,854 1,202 180 2,631 730 68.3 31.2 31.5
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio ....................... 1950 5,118 19,205 d 20.4 567 d 40.8 20,348 8,157 1,578 17,183 1,485 84.4 40.1 36.9
1949 5,098 24,133 957 26,115 8,317 1,464 19,892 3,420 76.2 31.8 37.2
Norfolk & Western ....................... 1950 2,129 11,003 d 19.5 383 d 29.9 11,853 4,695 829 9,532 1,485 80.4 39.6 34.4
1949 2,129 13,662 546 14,801 5,105 769 10,631 2,659 71.8 34.5 31.9
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line .....................1950 5,526 8,604 d 5.2 1,895 d 15.0 11,362 3,524 430 8,891 1,218 78.3 31.0 39.7
1949 5:562 9,078 2,229 12,213 3,5685 394 9,657 1,192 79.1 30.2 41.3
Central of Georgia ...................... 1950 1,815 2,447 d 4.2 240 d 5.0 2,920 1,020 116 2,696 d 52 92.3 34.9 47.9
1949 1,815 2,555 253 3,072 964 132 2,757 89.7 31.4 49.o
Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific 1950 337 2,571 d 3.4 231 8.8 2,968 927 126 2,021 507 68.1 31.2 31.1
1949 337 2,660 213 3,049 1,018 127 2,169 492 71.1 33.4 32.0
ulf Mobile & Ohio......................1950 2,901 4,793 d 10.8 400 d 27. 5,640 2,00 343 4,520 386 80.2 36.4 34.4
1949 2,901 5,373 551 6,387 2,162 316 4,904 567 76.8 33.9 34.3
Illinois Central ........................ 1950 6,543 16,443 d 3.3 1,772 d 16.6 20,196 6,354 1,099 15,595 1,982 77.2 31.5 38.8
1949 6,552 17,007 2,125 21,235 7,093 1,028 16,807 1,865 79.1 33.4 39.0
Louisville & Nashville ..................190 4,780 12,361 d 11.4 1,077 d 21.3 14,409 5,417 803 12,424 990 86.2 37.6 42.3
1949 4,764 13,957 1,368 16,405 5,817 737 13,782 1,360 84.0 35.5 42.9

1949 1,051 2,231 224 2,730 736 112 2, 276 78.6 27.0 43.5
Seaboard Air Line ....................... 190 4,146 8,900 d 4.1 1,526 d 14.6 11,234 3,732 518 8,738 1,077 77.8 33.2 37.0
1949 4,153 9,283 1787 11,905 3,873 467 9,434 1,095 79.2 32.5 39.0
Southern ................................ 1950 6,347 14,826 d 4.9 1,512 d 7.3 17,654 5,693 875 13,475 1,922 76.3 32.2 37.8
1949 6,411 15,598 1,631 18,607 6,822 776 15,632 1,225 84.0 36.7 4.9


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Statement No. M-150
JANUARY 1950







INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 1950 AND 1949
Operating revenues Operating expenses
Average riht Pa ner Percent Percent
miles Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans-
Region, road, and year of road Deprect railway eating nance portation
operated Per- PAll action in oper- ratio expenses expenses
Per- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total ating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount cent Amount cent nance in pre- income cent) ating eating
crease crease column 0 revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (.1) (k) (1) (m) (n
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western ................... 1990 8,075 9,760 d 2.7 $,68 d 16.2 $12,820 4,484 1,061 12,035 d 60 93.9 5.0 51.0
1949 8,076 10,031 1,918 -- 13,504 5,611 959 14,173 C 105.0 4 .6 55.2
Chicago Great Western ..................... 1950 1,4g0 2,437 1.0 21 d 54.9 2,601 777 137 1,800 312 69.2 29.9 2.7
1949 1,500 2,413 46 2,664 705 119 2,075 175 77.9 2b.5 43.9
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .... 1950 10,671 13,618 1,385 d 17.2 16,683 5,966 1,17 15,982 d 1.03 95.8 35.8 52.3
1949 10,671 14,982 1,672 18,461 7,021 1,094 17,934 97.1 38.0 51.6
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha .... 1950 1,617 1,953 d 7.6 184 d 15.6 2,316 641 134 2,200 d 187 95.0 27.7 59.8
1949 1,617 2,115 218 2,524 828 124 2,428 d4 20 96.2 32.8 56.'
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............... 190o 564 166 14.8 2 d 11.7 204 1,104 126 1,636 d 1 543 802.4 P41.6 225.3
1949 575 144 2 185 1,202 122 1,728 d 42 933.4 649.1 244.2
Great Northern ............................ 1950 8,317 9,20 d 6.9 797 d 16.8 11,016 5,6 83 12,3 d 3 2 117. .4 56.6
1949 8,318 11,08 958 13,092 5,6 3 7 13, 3 1024. 2.8 50.3
Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie 19 3,224 1,864 d 8.3 77 d 11.1 2,059 975 121 2,362 d 510 l14.7 47.4 59.2
1949 3,224 2,032 87 2,238 1,127 120 2,520 112. 50.4 54.9
Northern Pacific .......................... 1950 6,889 7160 d 156 01 25.2 8,449 4,279 683 9,90 d 214 117.2 0.7 56.5
1949 6,889 8,486 671 10,044 4,607 657 10,452 d 104.1 5.9 49.
Wisconsin Central # ....................... 19 1,051 1,773 d 9.2 32 d 20.2 1,909 576 76 1,614 15 84.6 30.2 46.7
1949 1,051 1,952 40 2,100 639 67 1,798 16 85.6 30.5 48.3
Central Western Region:
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ............ 1950 13,073 29,648 ,56 d 18.5 36,426 12,048 1,922 26,890 4, 25 73.8 33.1 33.8
1949 13,103 29,660 4,372 37,572 13,727 1,757 30,900 2,474 82.2 36.5 38.4
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .............. 1950 8873 13,340 1,327 d 9.2 16,176 4,506 12,225 1,457 75. 27.9.9
1949 8,71 13,467 1,461 16,530 5,867 1,06 13,942 551 .3 35.542.0
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific............19 7,619 10,838 d 2.6 1578 d 25.4 1 3,977 70 10,756 736 79.4 2445
194 7,631 11,127 2,116 14,389 3,753 677 11,155 1,100 77.5 2.1 43.2
Denver & Rio Grande Western ............... 1950 2,413 4,108 d 11.7 205 d 24.8 4,491 1,457 326 3,748 379 83.5 32.4 42.1
1949 P,443 4,650 272 5,166 1,595 287 4,147 540 80.3 30.9 1l.2
Southern Pacific Co........................ 1950 8142 23,769 d2.3 2,988 d 20.8 284,8l 10,618 1,478 25,534 173 88.5 36.8 43.1
1949 8,174 24,319 3,775 30,442 11,523 1,214 28,996 d1.55 9 95.3 37.9 48.3
Union Pacific ............................. 19 9,721 24,565 2.2 2,623 3.9 29,572 10,051 1,563 24,469 602 82.7 4.o0 9.7
194 9,727 24,033 2,730 29,579 11,979 1,498 28,466 d 1,047 96.2 4o.5 5.5
western Pacific ........................... 19 1,195 2,803 8.7 190 d 11.4 3,0 4 956 151 2,389 296 78.2 31.3 7.0
1949 1,195 2,577 214 2,878 ,19 135 2,01 1 97.42 387 5.7
international Great Northern #...........19 1,110 2,452 4.9 185 d 2.4 2,888 924 121 2,094 399 72.5 32.0 34.9
19 9 1,110 2, 36 190 2,785 921 102 2,297 211 82.5 33.1 3.7
Kansas City Southern ...................... 1950 91 2,956 d 6.9 93 7 3,306 635 114 1,817 788 55.0 19.2 29.3
1949 ,95 3,174 100 3,504 695 105 1,911 871 5R.5 19.8 28.5
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ...............19 3,253 4,50 13.7 382 d 4.3 690 1,692 252 ,4 469 77. 29.7
194.9 3,253 5,619 399 6,456 1,906 2 5,30 31 29.5 2.2
Missouri Pacific #........................1950 6,969 13,117 d7.5 886 d 25.6 15,24o6 5,081 805 12,489 1.413 81.1 33.0 41.8
1949 7,007 14179 1,191 16,789 5,350 764 13,571 1,5128l0. 31.9 42.7
Texas & Pacific ............................19 1,846 4 d5.6 36 d 23.7 52552 239 ,3906 618 743 30.1 359
4 1,954 4,726 506 5,652 1,:21 210 47k ko5,779.1 28.7 2.0
St. Louis-San Francisco ................... 19 4,645 7,073 3.4 501 d 33.0 8162 2, 38 693 575 84.5 36.1 40.6
1949 4,645 7,325 74-9 8,721 3,0662 62 7,499 503 9 6.0 35.2 43.2
St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ...........1920 159 265 d 12.2 7 d 32.2 290 82 5 23716 1.6 2.30 5144.6

St. Louis Southwestern Lines ..............19 1,569 4,236 d 12.2 38 d 38.r 4,460 1,063 134 32868 688 64.3 253.8 334

Texas & New Orleans.......................19 4316 8,561 d 1.6 621 d 24.1 9,815 1 ,231 370 7446 1,10 75.9 32.9 6.1
19F9 4,316 8,69l8 818lO,148 3,221 286 8,126 959 9 80.1 31.741.3


Percent increase computed on unite of dollars.
SIncludes amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa
& Santa Fe.
d Decrease or deficit.


Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1950 O0 850175


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