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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
ddc - 385.0973 fU56ol
System ID: AA00015604:00115
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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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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA I IS r /



3 1262 08731 0891 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 1950 AND 1949
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating re
Miles Freight Passenger Percent Percent Average
opersaDd Deprec(i- rae maine- poRn Region, road, and year .il- Freight Pa
ateatlon in- railway ating nance portation of road
at close Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expensesoperated
of month sent sent Total mainte- in pre- Total atlng (per- of oper- of oper- operaPer
Amount in- Amount in- nance ceding income cent) ating ating Amount cent Amount
crease crease column revenues revenues inAont
crease
(a) (b) (s) (d) (e) (f) () (h) (1) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) () (r)


(Money Items in thousands of dollars)*


2.6 450 d 162 6922,279 235,344288
I6'5,335 ---- 691,2.08 246,288


204,078
204,425
1,711
1,757
1,795
1,798
794
794
966
969
2,231
2,231
971
971
1, 2
1: 2121
10,733
10,722
2,193
2,193
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,202
6,202
410
415
212
212
886
909
238
238



10,118
10,142
1,317
1,324
837
837
5,118
5,104
2,129
2,129
5,500
5,562
1,815
1,215

337
337
2,901
2,901
6 54
6;5U


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


$586,196
571,227
5,614
5,336
7,4o6
7,107
4,814
4:,262
603
o43
13,672
11,289
4,843
3,675





12,91b
11,013
3,488
3,742
2,140
6,294
33,601
30,735
2,742
2,533
1,768
1,600
2,047
1,778
3,681
3,509
1,118
1,135
45,407
59,195
9,127
9,269
3,623
3,595
26,903
27,81C
13,414
14,86o

9,335
8,215



2,684
2,861
5,112
5,033
18,063
16,582


5.2

4.2

13.0

d 7.3

21.1"
-e
31.




d7.7

17.3

d 6.2

29.3

9.3

8.3

10.5

15.1

4.9

d 1.5

d 23.3

d 1.5

.8

d 1.0

d 9.7

13.6

15.5

d 6.2

1.6

8.9

14.7

12.9

12.9

d .8_


836
1,017
:,553
,002
122
138
804
816
39

1 1?4

267
307
7,896
9,318
200
113
66
79
336
3g
1,845
1,807
491
539 -
8
16
189
245


2,817
22all
3,026
9,269
11,771






52

284
428
923
1,141
172
208
130
235
342
396
1,625
2,100
901
1,000



940
1,004
961
1,504


d 17.8

d 11.2

d 11.3

d 1.4

d 8.6

2.4

d 13.2

d 15.3

77.6

a 16.2

d 12.3

2.2

d 28.9

d 47.3

d 22.7




d 6.9

d 21.3

d 32.3

d 28.0

d 32.6

d 33.6

d 19.1

d 17.4

d 44.6

d 13.6

d 22.6


204,176 $2,670,183 d 4.1 a09l,348 d 13.8
204,437 2,783,422 -- 338,007


,o
:,923
11,956
12,253
o,46


5o6
6,9 83
7,412

15,125
12,790

M,342
,153
6,561
6,117
52,858
58,351
13,525
11,501
3,683

9,005
7,559



3,414
3,250
1,808
1,650
2,46s
2,227
4,358
4,257
4,101O
4,350
60,527
77,974
10,139
10,386
3,738
3,706
28,686
29,364
14,169
15,886
11,104
10,086
3,198
2,853
2,952
3,257
5,883
5,862
21,8244
20,952


2,293
2,199
3,657
3,625
1,799
1,734
2,081
2,383
3,969
,557

1,506
1,386
2,041
2,028

18,599
22,193
3,416
3,497
1,194
1,556
2,351
2,34O

12,946
11,595
1,100
1,150
484
490
641
909
861
860

1,315
1,150
25,574
27,602
3,522
3,834
1,182
1,334
8,552
8 52
9,420
5,214
5,871
4,o052
3,682
1,075
958
946
898
2,046
2,088

7,988
7,834
5,772
5,926
999
830
3,633
3,651
5,696
5,724


$34,479
32,953
299
289

527
115
165
404
372
625
615
192
187
279
289
3,109
2,968
425
439
248
240
344
313
1,347

144
145
74
74
121
114
108
114
191
223
3,855
3,957
498
482
210
194

1,597
1,519
238
788
492
405
116
130
14o
127
342
325
1,106
1,059
805
785
137
121
500
499
876
812


$543,450
563,356
5,621
5,501
9,470
9,549
3,876
3,730
5,439
5,885
10,561
10,759
3,716
3,337
4,760
5,028
47,235
52,260
8,426
7,937
2,675
3,109
6,534
6,154
29,475
27,373
2,988
2,941
1,018
1,019
1,798
2,159
2,350
2,278
3,593
3,503
58,062
55,034
7,764
8,299
2,428
2,630
18,930
20,323
10,198
11,297
9,032
8,853
2,801
2,628
1,932
2,049
4,493
4,519
17,290
16,828
13,251
13,370
2,348
2,247
8,358
8,326
12,994
13,930


$59,215
52,271
531
503
856
878
610
337
783
742
2,137
708
1,047
429
874
515



2,510
1,912



1, o44
644
4,098
3,073
d 89

995
825

345
d 92
830
1,oo6



d 4.974
5;1im
1,301
1,076
901l
663
5,48i
,999
2,515
2,882
744
157
148
6

2322
560
56o
564
1,842
1,763
2,856
1,570
336
203
1,432
812

1,763
1,749


72.5
91.5
79.8
79.5
79.2
77.9
76.9
82.8

77.Z
79.-
68.1

69.6
80.4
72.5
22.2
89.4
89.6
62.7
69.0


72.6
78.6

72.
81.4

79.
87.5
90.5

26.3

72.8
97.0
53.9
53.5
87.6
80.5
95.0
83.4
76.6
79.9
65.0
71.0
66.0
69.2
72.0
71.1
81.3
87.8
27.6
92.1
65.5
62.9
76.4
77.1
79.2
80.3
73.1
83.0
77.5
23.2
73.5
21.3
77.7
79.3


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
$3,203,052 #1,090,507 i169,85194 2,588,787
3,382,903 1,155,8o06 161,04o8 2,f77,763


34.0
35.6
32.5
31.8
30.6
29.6
35.6
38.5
29.8
32.2
26.2
35.6
28.2
33.4
31.1
33.1
35.2
38.0

30:4
32.4
39.4
26.1
31.0
34.5
33.7
32.2
35.4
26.8
29.7
26.0
4o.8
19.8
20.2
32.1
26.4
42.
35.4
34.7
36.9
31.6
36.0
29.8
32.1
36.8
37.0
36.5
36.5
33.6
33.6
32.0
27.6
34.8
35.6
36.6
37.4
31.9
36.8
33.0
30.7
32.0
35.6
34.1
32.9


38.2
39.3
41.0
41.9
41.6
40.4
36.2
38.9
42.8
41.9

47.6








32.1
32.6
33.4
33.1:


40.0
42.6
38.2
39.7
49.2
47.8
26.1
28.0



30.8
30.0
52.2
51.3
47.8
42.8



27.8
29.4
30.7
31.7
29.6

38.0



42.9

27.9
30.8
32.7
32.5
36.4
36.3





34.8
38.0
4o:3


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


1950 Total--Roads listed herein ................. 190
New England Region:
1950 Boston & Maine ........................... 19
1949 1949
1950 New York, New Haven & Hartford.......... 1950
1949 1949
Great Lakes Region:
1950 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Delaware, LaOkawanna & Western........... 19
1949 19(9
19 Erie ................................... 19
19p9 1 i.9
1950 Grand Trunk Western .....................1950
1949 1949
1950 Lehigh Valley ........................... 1950
1949 199
1950 New York Central ........................ 190
1949 1949
1950 Me, York, Chicago & St. Louis a/ ........ 1950
19 19(9
19 50 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................. 1950
1949 1999
1950 Wabash.................................. 1950
Central Eastern Region:
1950 Baltimore & Ohio ........................ 1950
1949 1949
1950 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ......... 1950
1949 1949

1950 Central R. R. o. of Pennsylvania ....... 1950
1950 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .............. 1950
1949 19(9
1950 Elgin, Jollet & Eastern ................. 1950
1949 19Z9
1950 Long Island #............................ 1950
1949 1949
1950 Pennsylvania ............................ 1950
1949 1949
1950 Reading ................................. 19
1949 199
1950 Western Maryland ........................ 1950
1949 1949
Pocahontas Region:
1950 Chesapeake & Ohio ....................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Norfolk & Western ....................... 1950
1949 1949
Southern Region:
1950 Atlantic Coast Line ..................... 1950
1949 199
1950 Central of Georgia ...................... 1950

1950 Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific 1950
1949 1949
19 Gulf Mobile & Ohio ...................... 1950
194; 199
1950 Illinois Central ....................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Louisville & Nashville .................. 1950
1949 1949
1950 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ...... 190
1949 1949
1950 Seaboard Air Line ....................... 1950
1949 19M9
1950 Southern ................................ 1950
1949 1949


1,712
1,757
1,796
1,798
794
794
967
969
2,231
2,230

971
971
1,252
1,252
10,733
10,722
2,193
2,193
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,202
6,202
410
415
212
212
898
909
238
238

365
376
10,118
10,142
1,317
1,325
837
837
5,118
5,100
2,129
2,129
5,522
5,562
1,815
1,815
337
337
2,901
2,901
6,543
6,550
4,779
4,772
1,049
1,051
4,146
4,153
6,347
6,411


25,698
26,859
35,077
36,439
19,988
20,243
24,465
27,931
56,300
56,209
19,819
17,272
24,r42
26,377
205,314
219,543
55,615
54,988
14,34o
17,849
36,024
31,902
134,671
141,349

11,762
12,228
7,261
7,249
9,086
9,514
16,096
17,199
5,082
5,496
245,257
287,700
49,96o
3,868
14,659
18,108
110,522
120,185
58,119
7,047
43,999
44,;gig

13,105
12,576
14,038
14,084
25,060
26,197
85,645
84,665
67,813
68,360
11,738
11,524
46,348
45,398
76,767
76,514


d 4.3

d 3.7




d 12.4

.2

14.7

d 7.0


d 6.5
1.1

d 19.7

12.9

d 4.7




.2

d 4..

d 6.4

di 7.5

d 14.2

d 8.9

d 19.0

d 8.0

d 13.3

d 1.9

4.2




ad 4.3

1.2

d ._

1.9

2.1

.3


3 I


16,341
14,247
2,607
2,309
9,664
8,556
14,563
14,679


4,417
5,175
18,248
20,190

8244
3,914
,090
2,741
3,037
8o06
867
1,448
1:66o
42,982
48,179
688
610
442
411

1,644
1,905
8,108
8, 891
2,317
2,526
44
76

1,057
1,4822


12,805
13,023
55,445
64319
2,618
3,327

2,59

3,946
1,597
2,350
8,060
9,324
1,047
1,232
909
1,034
1,830
2,179
8,153
10,100

4,591
5,735
678
930
6,628
7,585
6,164
7,453


d 10.0 12,119
16,106
d 16.2 3,031
2,703
d 6.3 11,366
1io,244
d 36.1 16,719
17,572


90,611 3,992 72,662


d 14.S
d 9.6

d 813.6



d 9.7

d 7.0


d 12.8
d 10.2

12.9


d 16.9
d 13.7


d 2.6






















d 8.3
d 43.0

d 22.6






d 13.2

d 21.3

d 32.6

d 34.4






d 15.0

d 12.0

d 16.0




d 19.9




d 12.6

d 17.3


33,066
35,009
58,334
62,654
21,253
21,620
30,889
34,617
62,681
63,195
22,023
19,551
27,201
29,460
276,517
297,859
57,877
57,197
15,242
19,077
40,283
36,749
151,066
158,622
14,970
15,748
7,464
7,505
11,287
12,123
19,539
20,534
18,775
19,462

330,355
385,922
44,766
49:768
15,315
12,911
116,964
129,443
62,026
72,484
56,421
58,274
15,3g5
15,067
15,732
15,953
28,982
30,520
104,091
105,586
76,810
78,792
13,769
13,723
56,972
56,875
89,358
90,611


10,770
11,037
16,942
18,125
7,246
7,948
9,251
11,000

17,079
20,108
6,663
6,589
8,240
9,073
95,046
100,840
16,240
16,691

5,675
7,224
10,933
11,246
50,473
50,233
4,779
5,286
2,274
2,1M

3,7
:0,16
4,764
,222

6,506
6:654
118,160
131,301

15,322
18,174
o,066
6,193
40,843
41,951

23,058
25,812
18,345
18,560



4,651
4,951
10,247
10,785
34,398
36,272
27,173
28,710

4,239
3,973
18,730
19,499
28,857
31,197


1,493
1,427
2,963
2,802
883
817
2,015
1,850
3,130
2,997
958
931
1,375
1,457
15,519
14,793
2,132
2,064
1,2U0

1,696
1,511
6,861
6,764
724
711
369
370

557
561
540
573
948
1,102
17,940
18,129
2,496
2,437
1,015
933
7,873
7,515
4,171
3,889
2,274
1,988

R79
655
649
633
1,715
1,603

5,507
5,211
4,015
3,788
725
579
2,422
2,391
4,378
3,998


27,394
28,229
46,199
49,775
17,090
12,061
25,402
28,607
47,528
51,511
16,974
16,526
21,530
24,103
246,123
257,673
38,864
39,441
12,663
15,086
30,776
30,386
123,869
126,825
13,642
14,621
4,819
4,821
8,813
10,665
10,808
11,726
17,393
19,171
288,671
324,773
5,897
,581
10,959
12,895
87,664
95,348
46,925
52,311
44,216
46:636
13,471
13,524
10,249
10,688
22,292
23,522
80,380
82,727
62,583
66,007
10,451
10,829
43,002
45,494
67,093
72,668


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


$224,908
228,220
1,413
2,263
3.911
,024
2,012
1,530
2,611
2,707
6,896
4,614
2,958
1,367

2,559
2,521
490
10,938
9,829
9,348
2,781
4,027
3,514
2,153
12,900
15,063
d 2,020

3,803
3,639
1,081
336
3,737
3,897

Ed 2205
8,172
23,331
4,760
4,251
2,940
3,561
15,574
18,485

9,347
12:,477
5,090
,516
459
299
2,810
2,925
2,636
2,779
10,155
9,914
7,544
,616
1,571
1,338
6,409
4,930
10,367
8,150


39.5
2,150 20.2


80.8
82.1
82.9
80.6
79.2
79.4

80.4
83.5
82.2
82.6
75.8
81.5
71:1
84.5
79.1
81.8

89.0
86.5
67.1
69.0
83.1
79.1
76.4
82.7
82.0
80.0
91.1
92.8
64.6
64.2

78.1
88.0

55.3
57.1
92.6
98.5
87.4
84.2
80.2
81.5

68:2
75.0
73.7
75.7
72.2
78.4
80.0
87.8
89.8
65.1
67.0
76.9
77.1
77.2
78.4
81.5
83.8
75.9
79.1
75.5
80.0
75.1
80.2


33.7
34.2

32.6
31.5
29.0
28.9
34.1
36.8
29.9
31.8
27.2
31.8
30.3
33.7
30.2
30.8
34.4
33.9
28.1
29.2
37.2
37.9
27.1
30.6
33.4
31.7
31.9
33.6
30.
22.
2.2
34.2
19.3
20.6
34.7
34.2
35 8
3 .0
34.2
36.5
33.1
32.7
34.
32.Z
37.2
35.6
32.5
31.8
33.1
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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 MAY 1950 AND 1949 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY 1950 AND 1949

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Percent Percent Average Percent Percent
of road Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans- miles Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans-
operated Dpre in- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year of road Depreci- railway eating nance portatlon
at close All oudedper- ratio expenses expenses operated All atin n-oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month Per- Per- Total malnte- ciuded Total ating (Per- of oper- of oper- Per- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total ating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount cent Amount cent nance in pre- income cent) atlng atlng Amount cent Amount cent nance in pre- income cent) atlng atlng
in- in- ceding in-oen-enesing
crsees crease column i revenues revenues Il- I revenues revenues
creasecronsicrease create column revenue

(a)n ( () c) (d) (e) (f) (K) (h) (1) () (k) (1) (m) JL, J .. .. .(n) (o() (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (Z)(aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
8,001 12,062- 14.3 $1,594 d 9.4 15,128 $5,639 01,089 $13,536 $319 89.5 37.3 45.3 1950 Chicago & North Western .................. 1950 ,045 52,912 .5 7,35 d 10.7 67,521 25,185 5,334 62,85 1,2 93.1 37.3 48.4
8,076 10,549 1,759 13,804 5,585 988 13,222 d 396 95.8 40.5 47.8 1949 1949 8,076 52,660 8,236 68,172 27,681 4,856 68,283 100.2 40.6 51.7
1,476 2,534 8.4 18 2,701 927 134 1,959 271 72.5 34.3 31.9 1950 chicago Great western ................... 1950 1,480 12,506 2.6 84 d 51.9 13,304 4,293 680 9,432 1,443 70.9 32.3 32.3
1,500 2,338 12 2,509 275 125 1,942 155 77.4 34.9 35.4 1949 1949 1,500 12,189 175 13,189 3,980 613 10,067 1,006 76.3 30.2 39.1
o10,671 16,743 11.1 1,189 d 23.6 19,844 6,96 1,186 16,545 1,652 3.4 35.1 41.5 195 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacifcl ... 1950 10,671 75,700 d 2.4 5,909 d 16.8 90,178 31,191 5,913 79,870 1,685 .6 34.6 46.8
10,670 15,070 1,555 18,569 7,568 1,12 17,060 228 91.9 40.8 44.0 1949 1949 10,670 77,560 7,104 93,695 34,957 5,542 85,414 d 644 91.2 37.3 46.2
1,617 2,027 8.8 150 d 26.5 2,371 844 133 2,201 d 99 92.8 35.6 50.0 1950 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ... 1950 1,617 9,961 d 3.0 771 d 16.5 11,648 3,615 664 10,749 d 613 92.3 31.0 54.0
1,617 1,862 204 2,274 872 128 2,190 d 916 96.3 38.3 50.7 1949 1949 1,617 10,268 923 12,143 4,217 633 11,558 95.2 34.7 53.3
562 4,919 d 8.1 1 d92.0 5,800 1,039 126 2,531 2,847 43.6 17.9 24.5 1950 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............. 1950 563 6,129 d 44.9 6 d 54.9 7,190 5,307 634 8,950 61 124.5 73. 45.5
575 5,351 7 6,277 1,142 121 2,551 2,752 4o.6 18.2 21.3 1949 1949 575 11,125 14 12,981 5,529 6os 10,165 I44' 78.3 42.6 33.0
8,316 15,771 2.1 708 d23.4 17,869 7,239 853 14,356 1,637 80.3 40.5 34.5 1950 Great Northern ........................... 1950 8,316 60,964 .3 3,586 d 15.2 69,893 31,632 4,208 66,180 d 4,929 94.7 45.3 42.7
8,318 15,444 925 17,884 7,285 769 14,468 1,747 80.9 40.7 34.5 1949 1949 8,318 66,491 4,258 76,901 31,458 3,832 67,946 88.4 4.9 41.1
3,224 2,628 5.9 65 d 30. 2,87 1,422 125 2,838 d 241 99.7 49.9 43.3 1950 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie. 1950 3,224 11,088 .9 302 d 23 12,034 5,597 622 12,225 1,3 101.6 46.5 48.
3.224 2,482 93 2,767 1,093 120 2,420 11T 87.5 39.5 41.8 1949 1949 3,224 11,078 397 12,254 5,272 599 11,961 d 84 97.6 43.0 47.9
6,903 10,734 1.2 396 d 35.3 11,990 4,816 683 10,130 1,120 84.5 40.2 37.5 1950 Northern Pacific ........................ 1950 6,892 45,377 7. 2,001 d 26.9 51,376 22,723 3,396 49,506 d 17 96.4 44.2 44.1
6,889 10,605 612 12,149 4,982 656 10,426 873 85.8 41.o 37.3 1949 1949 6,889 49,239 2,738 56:482 24,4o8 3,267 52:262 92.5 43.2 41.5
1,051 2,207 2.6 33 d 41.8 2,363 776 77 1,828 267 77.4 32.9 38.1 1950 Wisconsin Central # ......................1950 1,051 9,974 d 3.136 33.0 10,653 3,304 382 8,471 795 79.5 31.0 41.7
1,051 2,151 56 2,349 663 67 1,743 345 74.2 28.2 39.8 1949 1949 1,051 10,36 203 11,169 3,231 337 8,913 910 79.8 28.9 44.4
Central Western Region:
13,073 25,992 d 14.9 2,700 d 28.6 31,727 12,242 1,971 26,050 2,509 82.1 38.6 35.1 1950 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ........... 1950 13,073 145,267 d 6.0 15,096 d 22.4 176,177 62,444 9,684 133,816 20,520 76.0 35.4 33.2
13,103 30,550 3,779 37,813 14,963 1,790 31,720 2,004 83.9 39.6 37.0 1949 1949 13,103 154,483 19,448 -- 191,434 72,370 8,870 154,798 15.754 80.9 37.8 35.9
8,850 15,046 8.6 1232 d 17945 6,479 964 13,954 1,785 77.8 36.1 35.6 1950 chicago, Burlington & Quincy ............... 1950 8,860 70,663 d .4 5,977 d 7.5 84,622 25,532 4,865 62,772 9,100 74.2 30.2 37.6
8,714 13,859 1,308 16,836 7,242 1,087 14,711 889 87.4 43.0 37.4 1949 1949 8,714 70,921 6,462 85,470 30,550 5,321 69,257 5,464 81.0 35.7 38.4
7,619 13,26 12.0 1,328 13.4 15,742 4,676 706 11,599 1,571 73.7 29.7 36.7 1950 hicago, Rook Island Pacific ........... 1950 7,619 60,125 1.6 6,952 d 19.3 72,429 20,783 3522 54,15 6,700 74. 28.7 38.2
7,620 11,849 1,532 14,4O4 4,931 683 11,531 845 80.1 34.2 37.7 1949 1949 7,624 59,161 8,611 73,080 21,208 3,257 55,802 6,017 76.4 29.0 39.4
2,413 4,938 5.0 236 d 1.9 5,358 1,856 337 4,218 59 78.7 34.6 36.4 1950 Denver & Rio Grande Western ..............1950 2,413 21,671 d 13.6 1,008 18.2 23,610 7,910 1,653 18,793 2,517 79.6 33.5 37.9
2,440 4,703 240 5,162 2,015 299 4,354 453 84.3 39.0 36.9 1949 1949 2,442 25,083 1,232 27,616 8,907 1,469 21,213 3,462 76.8 32.3 36.8
8,143 36,297 25.6 2,787 d 8.2 41,415 11,798 1,576 28,818 4,701 69.6 28.5 35.1 1950 southern pacific Co. ..................... 1950 8,143 141,542 4.6 13,639 16.5 165,366 55,348 7,724 131,307 10,392 79-4 33.5 32.7
8,171 28,896 3,036 34,442 11,634 1,287 29,020 1,413 84.3 33.8 42.9 1949 1949 2,172 135,271 16,331 163544 56,438 6,287 139,834 6,311 85.5 34.5 42.9
9,719 30,001 14.0 2,426 d 10.4 35,083 12,552 1,567 27,043 1,899 77.1 35.8 33.9 1950 Union Pacific ............................ 1950 9,719 131,376 7.2 11,384 d 154,903 527 7,07 121,720 7,663 78.6 34.1 36.3
9,726 26,315 2,707 31,757 12,731 1,549 26,772 482 84.3 40.1 35.8 1949 1949 9,727 122,595 11.474 -- 147,9 56,15 7,640 129,802 d 2,07 98.3 38.4 40.7
1,195 3,739 7.6 238 d 1.7 4,076 1,105 177 2,616 793 64.2 27.1 29.5 1950 Western pacific .......................... 1950 1,195 15,802 4.9 975 d 10.5 17,177 5,526 836 12,646 2,258 73.6 32.2 32.3
1,195 3,474 242 3,826 1,288 137 2,962 395 77.4 33.7 33.3 1949 1949 1,195 15,062 1,0O9 16,612 5.,22 678 13,761 1,24o 82.8 33.8 37.4
Southwestern Region:
1,110 2,295 .4 146 d 8.1 2,688 1,022 123 2,240 189 83.3 38.0 39.4 1950 International Great Northern # ...........1950 1,110 11,302 3.1 759 d 6.7 13,285 4,646 609 10,505 1,369 79.1 35.0 38.
1,110 2,287 159 2,692 789 110 2,097 375 77.9 29.3 42.8 1949 1949 1,110 10,958 813 13,078 4,264 532 10,761 1,061 2.3 32.6 43.6
891 2,499 d 16.8 100 1.4 2,866 704 114 1,791 544 62.5 24.6 31.0 1950 Kansas city Southern ..................... 1950 891 13,858 dd .5 4V3 1.2 15,535 3,284 571 8,912 3,384 57.4 21.1 29.8
891 3,006 98 3,357 723 105 1,936 741 57.7 21.5 29.3 1949 1949 891 15,150 448 16,813 3,420 524 9,361 3,903 55.7 20.3 28.6
3,243 5,412 6.6 311 d 12.8 6,217 1,949 254 4,726 532 76.0 31.4 36.3 1950 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .............. 1950 3,250 25,223 d6.7 1,591 d 12.4 29,137 8,74 1255 22,111 2,67 75.9 30.1 37.1
3,253 5,076 356 5,901 1,756 230 4,537 499 76.9 29.8 38.3 1949 1949 3,253 27,027 1,816 31,115 9,199 1,138 24,011 2,369 77.2 29.6 39.5
6,966 14,578 7.5 755 d 20.5 16,891 5,720 786 13,095 1,891 77.-5 33.9 32.2 1950 Missouri Pacific # ....................... 1950 6,968 68,752 d 3.0 3,956 d 1.9 79,923 26,451 3,995 63,053 8,289 78.9 33.1 39.9
7,0oo04 13,555 950 16,029 5,626 768 12,976 1,442 0.9 35.1 40.o 1949 1949 7,oo6 70,76 4,79 2,90 27,217 3,829 65458 8,558 79.0 32.8 40.1
1,846 4,554 5.4 328 d 13.3 5,33 1,659 232 3,995 572 74.9 31.1 35.8 190 Texas & Pacific .......................... 1950 1,846 22,469 .2 1,643 d 20.6 26,177 8,149 1,169 19,634 2,964 75.0 31.1 3.7
1854 4,320 378 5167 1,582 219 3,971 556 76. 30.6 374 1949 1949 1,85 22,420 2,0o69 26,607 7,832 1,o68 20,840 2,707 78.3 29.4 40.2
4 637 7,66 8.1 376 d 29.2 8,695 2,891 534 6,952 869 80.0 33.2 9.2 1950 St. Louis-San Francieoo .................. 1950 4,6k0 37,783 3.1 2,078 d 26.9 42,838 14,649 2,646 34,258 4,241 80.0 34.2 38.5
644 7,110 531 8,261 3,089 492 7,120 468 86.2 37.4 1.3 1949 1949 4,645 36,633 2,843 42,605 15,032 2 376 36,114 2,959 84.8 35.3 41.9
159 257 d 26.8 8 17.4 286 88 4 249 d 1i 85.7 30.9 45.9 1950 St. Louis-San Franolsco & Texas ............ 1950 159 1,4o4 d 17.2 46 d 15.3 1,542 4og 22 1,204 31 78.1 26.5 43.5
159 350 7 375 127 4 304 -- 81.1 33.8 4.2 1949 194' 159 1,702 54 1,254 452 21 1,394 142 75.2 24.7 43.2
1,569 4,602 7.9 43 d 30.6 4,850 1,286 142 3,106 40 64.0 26.5 31.0 1950 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ............. 1950 1,569 22,118 d 7.1 19 2d 34,23 6,612 693 15,483 3,595 66.6 28.
1,569 4,265 62 4,501 1,438 131 3,260 525 72.4 32.0 33.4 1949 1949 1,569 23,807 294 24,961 6,598 657 16,456 3,923 65.9 26.433.2
4,316 8,683 5.0 569 d13.2 9,882 3143 362 7,603 759 76.9 31.8 38.4 195 Texas & ew Orleans...................... 1950 4,316 42,057 1.1 2,812 d 21.2 47,934 15,270 1,798 36,421 3,910 76.0 31.9 37.3
4,316 8,268 655 9,525 2,925 300 720 858 75.7 30.7 37.9 1949 1949 4,316 41,598 3,567 48,220 14,750 1,469 37,076 4,050 76.9 30.6 39.1
ceetices optce nt oa.ir.i tpr rtuteo rses


Percent increase compute
# Includes amortization of De'ense Projects.


# Report or trustee or trustees.
Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Decrease or deficit.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:1950 0 900175