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Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Statement ;
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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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v. : ; 29-45 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
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The Bureau
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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.
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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.
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Title from caption.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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A, BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



U.S. DEPOCTORY
..... ---.--- OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ,ITEMS TFOR LARGE S'


FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 1950 AND 1949


Operating revenues


Freight Passenger

Per- Per- Total
&mount oent Amount cent
in- In-
crease crease

(b) o 0 (d) W ()


$72,8831 d 7.6
78,905


204,013
204,295
1,711
1,712

1,795
1,798

794
794
966
968
2,231
2,231

971
971
1,251
1,252

10,733
10,722

2,192
2,193
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,202
6,202
410
415

212
212
886
909
238
238
365
376
10,118
10,142

1,317
1,324
837
836
5,119
5,114
2,127
2,129

5,499
5,527
1,815
1,815

337
337
2,898
2,901
6,543
6,543

4,779
4,775


$594,912
524,696
5,194
4,381

7,045
5,955
3,868
3,658
5,119
5,030
11,792
10,075
4,319
3,482
5,214
4,915

43,417
37,067
9,981
9,058
3,602
2,494

7,755
7,223
28,961
25,140

2,573
2,189
1,596
1,247
1,932
1,696
3,201
2,662
1,168
991
59,998
48,396
8,265
7,283
3,129
2,562
23,957
17,600
11,571
9,170
7,363
6,311
2,502
2,115
2,986
2,498
5,619
5,108
17,779
15,028
13,439
11,000
2,446
1,972
7,710
6,563
15,290
12,791


Operating expenses


Deprecl-
All action in-
malnte- eluded Total
nanoe in pre-
ceding
column


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*

$721,669 $229,115 $34,706 $543,041
656,450 228,277 33,025 534,302


13.4

18.6

18.3

5.8

1.8

17.0

24.0

6.1

17.1

10.2

44.4

7.4

15.2

17.6

28.0

13.9

20.3

17.8

24.0

13.5

22.1

36.1

26.2

16.7

18.3

19.5

10.0

18.3

22.2

24.0

17.5

19.5


1,185
1,325
4,347
4,722
190
216
908
S925
680
749
230
225
340
396
lo,861
10,985
158
153

95
99
435
443

2,052
2,026

568
584
12
16
277
326



3,503
3,758
12,236
13,060
581
648
16
17
810
1,050
452
525
1,255
1,351
228
241
213
174
425
513
1,806
2,148
1,205
1,398
147
185
1,101
1,162
1,660
1,749


d 10.6

d 7.9

d 11.9
a 1.9



d 9.1

2.2

d 14.2

d 1.1

3.6

d 4.0

d 1.7

1.3

d 2.8

d 29.2

d 14.9




d 6.8

d 6.3

d 10.4

d 7.6

d 22.8

d 14.0

di 7.1

d 5.4

22.6

d 17.1

d 15.9

d 13.8

d 20.4

d 5.2


6,985
6,265

12,349
11,659
4,176
3,987
6,521
6,451
13,440
11,791
4,824
3,917
5,791
5,592
60,799
53,927
10,490
9,604

3,810
2,704

8,778
8,204

32,699
28,818

3,312
2,939
1,636
1,290
2,426
2,206

3,941
3,312
4,854
4,942
78,768
67,949

9,304
8,349
3,280
2,702
26,074
19,795
12,469
10,105

9,275
8,341
2,919
2,558

3.343
2,808
6,473
6,050
21,591
19,173
15,495
13,248


2,121
2,238

3,601
3,546
1,507
1,437

1,955
2,111
3,819
4:454

1,471
1,327
1,725
2,026
18,188
17,808

2,926
3,108
1,246
1,383
S2,340
2,376

10,719
10,116

1,028
1,011
460
434
681
711
869
1,366
1,261
1,316
29,104
24,443

3,325
3,308
1,194
1,065
8,249
8,128
4,832
3,829
3,805
3,634
1,034
812
1,077
958
2,204
2,031
6,912
6,860
5,180
4,837
792
702
3,157
3,143
6,045
5,835


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


Region, road, and year


Average
miles
of road
operated


26; 67~ Y&


/ '/.





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Statement No. M-15O

JULY 1950


FOR EE.N 901hil- EllED WITH JULY 1950 A( i 99


Operating revenues


Freight Passenger


Per- Per- Total
Amount cent Amount cent Total
in- Aount in-
crease crease


'\ Operating expenses'


Deprec- ,
Al action sn- .i
mnante-.. rlud .I-l
nanoe rlp pre-., otal
ceding
column


1 ............. I (..A L..l. LU.... I ......R........ n I .,,Jj,,, 1 In) I (C ) I r) I C ) I t) | IcC I C ) I Cu| ))(s (a


I $77,799
2 47,490


339
281

595
570
180
167
407
379
605
623
192
187
277
289

3,137
2,987
431
414

132
247
346
314

1,457
1,378
148
146

79
74
121
116
109
118
192
224

3,857
3,952
514
487
211
200
1,576
1,229
836
798
484
421

117
15

153
125
341
328
1,106
1,159
827
800
147
129

513
496
888
868


5,341
5,590
9,530
9,502
3,464
3,397
5,292
5,459
10,121
10,623

3,679
3,232
4,453
4,935
49,092
46,797
7,394
7,503
2,739
2,796
6,416
6,264
26,132
24,605

2,836
2,758
980
936
1,830
1,907
2,255
2,744

3,523
3,726
64,898
58,885

7,354
7,308
2,414
2,230
18,346
17,730
9,516
8,333
8,436
8,203
2,764
2,416
2,150
1,956
4,687
4,494

15,833
15,407
12,054
11,551

1,977
1,929
7,286
7,116
13,768
13,412


523
181

745
624

344
237
539
392
1,338
61
676
271

742
6o
5,888
1,282
1,5o6
990
773
220
861
734
3,039
1,896

id 28

863
549

338
29
726
142

555
495
5,310
2,358
981
520

575
267
4,030
810
1,661
904
108
d5365
d 77

d585

703
437
808
718
2,488
1,653
1,790
818

355
212
965
616
2,085
1,021


75.2
81.4

76.5
89.2

77.2
81.5

83.0
85.2
81.2
84.6

75.3
90.1
76.3
82.5

76.9
88.3
80.7
86.8

70.5
78.1

71.9
103.4
73.1
76.3
79.9
85.4
85.6
93.8

59.9
72.6

75.5
86.4
57.2
82.8
72.6
75.4
82.4
86.7

79.0
87.5
73.6
82.5
70.4
89.6

76.3
82.5
91.0
98.3
94.7
94.4
64.3
69.7
72.4
74.3
73.-
80o4

77.8
87.2

70.4
81.0

77.3
85.0

75.9
85.2


204,127 $3,867,238
204,409 3,866,347


31.7
34.8

30.4
35.7
29.2
30.4
36.1
36.0
30.0
32.7
28.4
37.8
30.5
33.9
29.8
36.2
29.9
33.0
27.9
32.4
32.7
51.1
26.7
29.0
32.8
35.1
31.0
34.4
28.1
33.7
28.1
32.2
22.0
41.2
26.0
26.6

36.9
36.0
35.7
39.6
36.4
39.4
31.6
41.1

38.8
37.9
41.0
43.6

35.4
31.7
32.2
34.1
34.0
33.6
32.0
35.8
33.4
36.5
28.2
29.5
33.5
37.5
33.3
37.1


37.4
39.7
40.6
46.8
41.4
42.7
41.2
43.0
45.2
45.9
40.2
44.7
41.1
43.0
40.8
45.2
44.5
46.5

36.2
38.8
32.5
43.3
39.6
40.3
40.8
43.0

48,9
51.9
28.2
33.9
38.2
43.3

31.6
37.8
43.6
46.1
40.2
44.6

42.:69

30.7
35.5
32.9
40.2
31.4
36.7
41.5
45.8
49.4
52.0
27.1
29.7
30.6
31.7
35.3
37.5

44:1

4'2:'6

35.8
38.4
36.2
41.0


1950 Total--Roads listed ........................ 1950
1949 1949
New England Region:
1950 Boston & Maine .......................... 1950
1949 1949

1950 New York, New Haven & Hartford .......... 1950
1949 1949
Great Lakes Region:
1950 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western. .......... 1950
1949 1949

1950 Erie ..................................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Lehgh Valley ........................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 New York Central ......................... 1950
1949 1949

1950 New York, Chicago & St. Louis a/ ...... 1950
1949 1949

1950 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Wabash ................................. 1950
1949 1949
Central Eastern Region:
1950 Baltimore & Ohio ........................ 1950
1949 1949

1950 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ......... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Central R. R. Co. of Pennsylvania ....... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .............. 1950
1949 1949
1950 Elgin, Jollet & Eastern ................. 1950
1949 1949
1950 Long Island# ............................ 1950
1949 1949
1950 Pennsylvania ............................. 1950
1949 1949
1950 Reading ................................. 190
1949 1949
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 1949

1950 Central of Georgia ...................... 1950
1949 1949

1950 Cincibnati, New Orleans & Texas Paciflo 1950
1949 1949
1950 Gulf Mobile & Ohio ...................... 1950
1949 1949

1950 Illinois Central ........................ 1950
1949 1949
1950 Louisville & Nashville .................. 1950
1949 1949
1950 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ...... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Seaboard Air Line ....................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Southern ................................ 1950
1949 1949


(Money items in thousands of dollare*

$4,651,947 (1,550,171 $239,210 $3,684,027
4,728,173 1,627,543 227,117 3,863,432

47,295 15,147 2,130 38,148
47,823 15,569 1,997 39,289
83,130 24,282 4,148 65,347
86,308 25,263 3,939 68,808

29,738 10,543 1,239 24,314
29,584 10,948 1,149 24,901
44,512 13,296 2,827 36,171
47,897 15,328 2,604 39,721
89,881 24,832 4,340 68,008
87,597 29,070 4,240 72,730
31,496 9,645 1,342 24,333
27,443 9,405 1,304 23,161

39,022 11,837 1,928 30,573
40,872 13,027 2,032 33,819
400,769 134,240 21,871 346,712
410,775 139,467 20,761 355,089

80,388 22,525 2,992 54,229
77,222 23,188 2,790 54,760
23,031 8,326 1,628 18,317
25,225 10,574 1,637 21,141

57,568 15,714 2,386 43,632
52,341 15,983 2,139 42,687
217,708 73,018 9,680 177,271
219,104 71,071 9,475 177,082


1,712
1,750
1,796
1,798
794
794
967
969
2,231
2,230

971
971
1,251
1,252

10,733
10,722
2,192
2,193
221
221

2,393
2,393
6,202
6,202
410
415
212
212

895
909
238
238

365
376
10,118
10,142

1,317
1,325
837
837
5,118
5,104
2,129
2,129

5,515
5,557
1,815
1,815

337
337
2,898
2,901
6,543
6,548
4,779
4,773
1,049
1,049
4,146
4,152

6,347
6,411


36,470
36,014
49,427
48,995

27,903
27,588
35,286
38,385
80,184
77,163
28,310
24,262

35,256
36,502
294,753
297,820

77,088
73,963
21,684
23,575
51,279
45,579

193,514
194,186

16,963
16,866
10,541
9,993
12,794
12,911
22,859
23,066

7,550
7,707
366,846
388,091

56,939
59,330
21,139
23,943

159,898
161,193

83,257
88,498

59,813
58,634
18,211
16,931
20,076
19,254

35,921
36,104
121,240
115,697
95,432
92,204

16,634
15,694
63,104
59,702
108,359
103,129


1.3

.9

1.1

d 8.1

3.9

16.7

d 3.4

d 1.0

4.2

d 8.0

12.5


d .3

.6

5.5







d 2.0


3 .5

d 4.o

d 11.7







2.0

7.6

4.3




4.8

3.5

6.0

5.7

5.1


6,607
7,640
26,609
29,164
1,048
1,224
5,646
5,827
4,077
4,443
1,223
1,286

2,075
2,368
64,814
70,280

987
891
514
591
2,511
2,791
12,255
13,011

3,386
3,648
64
108
1,566
2,071



19,232
19,982

79,744
89,479

3,787
4,575
63
80
4,224
5,928
2,461
3,388
10,275
11,766
1,457
1,679
1,213
1,356
2,677
3,175
11,697
14,306
6,819
8,286

970
1,295


d 13.5

d 8.8

d i4.4

d 3.1

d 8.2




d 12.4

d 7.8

10.7


d 13.0

d 10.0

d 5.8

d 7.2

d 40.6

d 24.4




d 3.8

d 10.9

& 17.2

d 21.2


d 28.7

d 27.4

d 12.7

d 13.2

d 10.5

d 15.7

d 18.2

d 17.7

d 25.2

d 11.4

d 16.5


99,479


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


$433,575 d 11.7
491,222


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


$390,430
334,341
2,644
2,789
5,620
5,433
2,598
1,993
3,967
3,601

9,762
5,354
4,121
1,841

3,921
3,071
11,975
14,506

13,357
11,653
4,631
4,624

5,151
3,357
19,029
19,412


d 2,925
5,520
4,964

1,579
387
5,366
4,474
d 1. 0;


26,224
29,306
6,777
5,528
4,225
4,345
24,550
22,260

13,717
15,284
5,566
4,009
424
94
4,146
3,914
4,042
3,992
14,591
13,Q08
11,110
8,456
2,243
1,678

8,717
6,310
14,830
10,780


21,616
21,871
10,828
10,339
15,942
16,522
27,736
27,708
28,045
28,993
489,938
524,577
63,844
67,364
22,080
25,017
170,522
174,989
89,052
95,978
75,860
75,921
21,277
20,291
22,371
21,754
41,536
42,255
147,393
145,116


8,659
9.768
9,101
10,904


108,400
106,982
19,421
18,772
77,061
74,668
126,412
123,275


ePecne Icesrecuecnent f olr. ____t-_____ _in__ ______-______ _e_____I ___ _____I 3,


S Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
19 9 figures include Wheeling & Lake Erie.
Decrease or deficit.


Mlles
of road
operated
at close
of month


6,830
7,343
3,268
3,024
4,420
5,614
5,444
6,780

9,078
9,196

174,984
181,532
22,266
25,054

7,493
8,577

57,603
59,760

33.112
34,930
26,139
25,948

7,173
6,616
6,706
6,843
14,562
14,811
49,497
51,236
38,943
39:449
6,009
5,749
25,367
26,143
41,077
42,990


79.2
81.7
80.7
82.2
78.6
79.7
81.8
84.2
81.3
82.9

75.7
83.0
77.3
84.:

78.3
82.7
86.5
86.4
67.5
70.9

79.5
83.8
75.8
81.6
81.4
80.8

89.5
92.4
63.4
65.0
78.0
87.8
55.0
62.0
87.1
91.1
85.1
84.8

79.8
82.6

71.7
70.7
73.1
76.1

74.7
74.0
81.0
83.6
89.2
91.2
64.7
67.1

75.9
76.8
77.0
79.2

80.7
84.6

75.5
80.7

75.6
80.8

75.0
80.7


Percent
mainte-
nanoe
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


2,807
2,380
9,421
8, 77
18,144
15,737


1,017
1,002
524
518
799
792
758
809
1,331
1,548

25,686
26,066

3,522
3,411
1,436
1,332
11,036
10,279
5,845
5,481

3,245
2,822
811
810
956
884
2,399
2,256

7,718
7,439
S5,660
5,384
1,009
837
3,441
3,387
6,143
5,721


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revenues


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34.4

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32.6
29.2
29.3
35.5
37.0
29.9
32.0
27.6
33.2
30.6
34.3
30.4
31.8

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28.0
30.0
36.2
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30.5
33.5
32.4
31.6
33.6
30.2
29.3
27.7
34.0
19.6
24.5
32.4
31.7
35.7
34.6
34.9
37.2

34.9
34.3



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36.4
34.5
34.2

33.7
32.6
30.0
31.5
35.1
35.1
33.6
35.3
35.1
36.9
30.9
30.6

32.9
35.0
32.5
34.9


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19,344
20,201
6,866
6,724
12,430
14,5o3
15,264
17,177
24,437
26,419
416,979
445,022

50,979
55,617
15,831
17,677
124,608
133,092
66,483
71,001
61,421
63,473
18,987
18,509
14,480
14,593
31,511
32,452
113,420
114,935
87,466
90,488
14,664
15,157
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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 JULY 1950 AND 1949 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH JULY 1950 AND 1949

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Percent Percent Average Prcent Percent
of road Freight Passenger eNet Oper- mainte- trans- miles Freight Passenger Net Oper- t ran
orated Depreciton- railway eating nanoe portation Region, road, and year of road Depreci- railway eating nanoe portation
at close All ation in- oper- ratio expenses expenses operated All ation in- oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month Per- Per- Total mainte- oluded Total eating (Per- of oper- of oper- Per- Per- Total malnte- eluded Total ating (per- of oper- onper-
Amount cent Amount cent ance in ore- income cent) eating ating Amount cent Amount cent nance in pre- income cent) ating eating
In- in- coding r: eu revenue s in- In-
rease rease column revenues revenues rese crease o in revenues revenues
(a) (b) (o) Id) (e) (W (g) h)(h) (1) (J1) (k) (1) 1 () (n) (ol (p)(q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (Y) ((
(Money items in thousands of dollars)- Northwestern Region: (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
8,001 $12,465 14.5 ti 180 Z $16,211 $5,540 $1,087 $13,667 $843 84.3 34.2 43.4 1950 Chicago & North Western ..................1950 8 033 ,562 4.2 11,583 O $ 99,513 6,546 $7514 $90,377 4 90. 36. 6.
8,076 10,889 2,362 14,722 5,115 991 12,989 551 88.2 34.7 46.1 1949 1949 8076 74,459 12,881 97,641 38,266 6,833 94,431 d4 96.7 39.2 49.8
1,476 1,783 d 22,4 8 d69.3 1,925 629 134 1,421 188 73.8 32.7 33.0 1950 Chicago Great Western .....................1950 1,479 16,422 d 2.1 100 17,481 5,728 948 12,540 1,805 71.7 32.8 32.3
1,480 2,297 27 2,501 920 129 1,950 179 78.0 36.8 34.2 1949 1949 1,497 16,773 217 18,152 5,801 867 13,962 1,357 76.9 32.0 37.9
10,671 17,405 9.3 1,803 d 18.4 21,260 7,092 1,190 16,953 1,570 79.7 33.4 40.2 1950 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ... 1950 10,671 109,911 d 9,510 d 16.2 132,047 45,265 8,291 113,299 5,334 85.8 34.3 44.6
10,670 15,918 2,210 20,058 7,402 1,151 17,220 929 85.9 36.9 42.0 1949 1949 10,670 110,307 11,353 134,620 50,084 7:837 119,850 2,083 89.0 37.2 44.9
1,617 2,427 17.7 206 d 24.6 2,832 798 137 2,301 157 81.2 28.2 47.1 1950 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ... 1950 1,617 14,631 2.9 1,170 d 17.9 17,124 5,269 938 15,322 d 415 89.5 30.8 51.8
1,617 2,062 274 2,553 836 135 2,323 d 115 91.0 32.8 50.7 1949 1949 1,617 14,214 1,424 17,036 5,929 895 16,144 d 1.903 94.8 348 52.7
56 6,327 6.2 4 d 71.6 7,374 1,130 126 2,808 2,448 38.1 15.3 21.6 1950 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............. 1950 563 17,810 d 20.4 12 d 66.3 20,912 7,538 887 14,334 2,927 68.5 36.0 30.0
54 5,956 13 6,932 1,149 123 2,710 2,299 39.1 16.6 21.5 1949 1949 574 22,375 35 26,170 7,952 852 15,661 5,242 59:8 30.4 27.6
8,316 11,668 d 32.8 1,223 d 22.8 14,356 5,630 876 12,196 659 85.0 39.2 39.1 1950 Great Northern ........................... 1950 8,316 87,933 d 12.9 5,864 d 17.2 102,107 43,784 5,942 91,500 d 1 321 89.6 42.9 40.2
8,318 17,362 1,588 -- 20,610 7,105 771 14,578 2,887 70.7 34.5 30.9 1949 1949 8,318 101,007 7,081 117:,544 45,801 51384 96:837 6924 82.4 39.0 375
3,224 3,210 5.9 169 d 17.1 3,579 1,181 130 2,681 640 74.9 33.0 36.7 1950 Minneapolis, st. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie. 1950 3,224 17,146 .3 573 d 22.0 18,748 8,034 889 17,571 d 484 93.7 42.9 44.3
3,224 3,032 203 3,414 1,043 124 2,450 693 71.8 30.5 36.0 1949 1949 3,224 17,090 735 18,977 7,491 845 16,949 350 89.3 39.5 43.6
6,903 12,722 11.4 611 d 29.8 14,313 4,678 686 10,407 3,010 72.7 32.7 34.1 1950 Northern Pacific ......................... 1950 6895 69,583 d 3.4 3283 d 26.7 78,783 32,181 4,763 70,036 3747 889 409 40.6
6,889 11,419 870 13,377 5,097 664 10,902 1,602 81.5 38,1 36.2 1949 1949 6:889 72.041 4:477 83,092 34,459 4,595 73,547 3,415 88.5 41.5 39.5
1,051 2,427 33.6 60 d 38.7 2,643 681 79 1,757 388 66.5 25.8 35.4 1950 Wisconsin Central# ....................... 1950 1,051 14,727 2.6 245 d 34.5 15,848 4,765 530 12,050 1,635 76.0 30.1 39.6
1,051 1,816 98 2,042 682 72 1,673 114 82.0 33.4 41.6 1949 1949 1,051 14,347 374 15,599 4,706 480 12,428 1,272 79.7 30.2 43.0
Central Western Region:
13,073 39,940 5.8 4,785 3.0 48,548 13,163 2,008 29,907 7,554 61.6 27.1 28.9 1950 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ........... 1950 13,073 220,370 d 3.7 24,156 d 15.7 267,806 89,303 13,686 194,425 34,100 72.6 33.4 32.4
13,103 37,752 4,646 46,055 14,787 1,795 30,711 7,522 66.7 32.1 28.6 1949 1949 13,103 228,868 28,662 282,474 102,224 12,425 216,954 29,480 76.8 36.2 33.9
8,830 15,725 10.0 1,861 1.2 19,255 6,588 1,004 14,248 2,223 74.0 34.2 34.0 1950 Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy ............. 1950 8,851 100 898 1.6 9,573 d 4.8 121,868 39,049 6,862 91,255 13,160 74.9 32.o 36.5
8,714 14,299 1,839 17,705 7,409 1,097 14,948 659 84.4 41.8 36.1 1949 1949 8,714 99,353 10,059 120,756 45,572 7,511 99,011 7,004 82.0 37.7 37.5
7,601 8,659 d 37.9 1,008 d 46.6 10,532 3,429 642 8,402 684 79.8 32.6 37.8 1950 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific ........... 1950 7,616 79,109 d 8.4 9 320 d25.3 95659 28313 4803 72336 8,458 75.6 29.6 38.0
7,620 13,947 1,887 17,059 4,937 681 11,656 2,305 68.3 28.9 32.7 1949 1949 7,623 86,397 -- 12:467 106,605 31,175 4,613 79,085 10,393 74.2 29.2 37.3
2,413 3,100 d 0.3 261 d 21.5 3,550 1,413 343 3,243 167 91.4 39.8 41.2 1950 Denver & Rio Grande Western .............. 1950 2,413 28,670 d 16.0 1,516 d 18.6 31,523 10,955 2,327 25,553 3,153 81.1 34.8 37.8
2,413 4,450 333 5,077 1,919 310 4,252 452 83.8 37.8 37.5 1949 1949 2,433 34,121 1,863 37,843 12,927 2,087 29,794 4:370 78.7 34.2 36.7
8,144 35,776 21.4 3,434 d 9. 41,738 12,397 1,586 30,821 3,415 73.8 29.7 37.9 1950 Southern Pacific 0o...................... 1950 8,143 214,010 8.6 20,768 d .0 250,050 80,139 10,889 192,381 18,718 76.9 32.0 38.0
8,171 29,480 3,805 35,965 11,581 1,345 28,952 1,940 80.5 32.2 40.9 1949 1949 8,172 197,152 23,883 238,365 79,618 8,925 197,849 12,252 83.0 33.4 41.8
9,719 34,635 28.2 3,571 2.2 41,218 12,680 1,576 29,431 3,755 71.4 30.8 33.7 1950 ,Union Pacific ............................ 1950 9,719 196,858 11.6 18,438 d4 .7 233,369 78,094 10,953 179,066 14,194 76.7 33.5 35.4
9,721 27,016 3,496 33,419 12,333 1,561 27,157 998 81.3 36.9 36.3 1949 1949 9,725 176,43.6 18,562 213,864 81,576 10,757 183,482 486 85.8 38.1 38.9
1,195 2,753 2.9 247 i 30.5 3,071 939 178 2,281 597 74.3 30.6 34.0 1950 Western Pacific .......................... 1950 1,195 21,288 2.1 1,436 18.2 23,275 7,472 1,191 17,249 3,241 74.1 32.1 32.5
1,195 2,675 355 3,123 1,402 142 3,017 619 96.6 44.9 38.7 1949 1949 1,195 20,840 1,755 23,285 8,280 959 19,577 2,189 84.1 35.6 36.9
Southwestern Region:
1,089 2,366 9.7 201 3.8 2,794 1,029 125 2,249 218 80.5 36.8 37.9 1950 International Great Northern# ............. 1950 1,104 15,796 2.9 1,148 d 6.2 18,633 6,684 858 14,962 1,728 80.3 35.9 38.4
1,110 2,158 194 2,570 935 110 2,144 225 83.4 36.4 40.9 1949 1949 1,110 15,352 1,223 18,352 6,048 752 14,999 1,594 81.7 33.0 42.7
891 2,773 4.9 110 d 17.8 3,132 690 114 1,809 646 57.8 22.0 29.6 1950 Kansas City Southern ..................... 1950 891 19,230 d 6.1 680 d 3.1 21,611 4,658 799 12,508 4,603 57.9 21.6 29.9
891 2,645 134 3,048 634 105 1,772 665 58.1 20.8 30.4 1949 1949 891 20,486 701 22,937 4,719 734 12,939 5,235 56.4 20.6 29.1
3,243 5,777 9.6 368 d 2.0 6,624 1,833 260 4,608 832 69.6 27.7 34.6 1950 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .............. 1950 3,248 36,617 d 1.9 2,337 d 9.6 42,246 12,442 1,769 31,341 4,264 74.2 29.5 36.5
3,253 5,269 376 6,098 1,739 236 4,408 699 72.3 28.5 35.7 1949 1949 3,253 37,321 2:586 43,113 12,704 1,610 32,982 3,521 76.5 29.5 38.8
6,966 16,237 9.7 1,068 d .0 18,900 5,714 820 13,139 2,992 69.5 30.2 34.1 1950 Missouri Pacifio# ........................ 1950 6,967 99,581 5,982 d 15.4 115,965 37,993 5,627 89,322 13,296 77.0 32.8 38.5
7,004 14,804 1,161 17,456 5,941 773 13,264 2,119 76.0 34.0 36.1 1949 1949 7,006 99,604 7,067 116,852 38,944 5,370 91,798 12,233 78.6 33.3 39.3
1,846 5,181 18.7 429 d 2,5 6,067 1,690 233 4,187 786 69.0 27.9 34.0 1950 Texas & Pacific .......................... 1950 1,846 32,389 4.2 2,480 d 16.0 37,859 11,562 1,634 27,927 4,481 73.8 30.5 35.3
1,854 4,364 440 5,277 1,667 229 3,978 576 75.4 31.6 35.2 1949 1949 1,854 31,073 2,953 37,079 11,001 1,517 28,678 3,906 77.3 29.7 39.0
4 8,106 14.5 480 d 9.8 9,217 2,945 549 6,948 999 75.4 31.9 36.6 1950 St. Louis-San Franciso ................... 1950 4,637 54,020 5.2 3,004 d 22.4 61,282 20,731 3,735 48,386 6,297 79.0 33.8 38.0
4 7,079 532 8,198 3,050 508 7,078 522 86.3 37.2 41.4 1949 1949 4,645 51,336 3,873 59,537 21,308 3,387 50,395 4,188 84.6 35.8 41.3
159 341 d 14.1 6 d 20.1 366 83 4 254 32 69.4 22.6 40.0 1950 St. Louis-Ban Francisco & Texas........... 1950 159 2,107 d3.3 58 d 20.5 2,300 581 31 1,714 106 74.5 25.3 41.6
159 397 7 425 90 4 261 68 61.5 1.1 34.4 1949 1949 159 2,430 73 2,638 660 29 1,973 191 74.8 25.0 42.
1 569 5,138 28.2 66 .. .8 5,406 1,129 142 2,981 1,045 55.1 20.9 28.7 1950 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ............. 1950 1,569 32,118 d .1 300 d29.5 33,732 9,020 977 21,584 5,726 64.0 26.7 30.8
1,569 4,007 73 4,265 1,374 132 3,152 414 73.9 32.2 34.1 1949 1949 1,569 32,159 426 33,813 9,349 921 22,846 4860 67.6 27. 33.3
4,316 9,180 15.6 748 d 10,564 3,207 360 7,782 991 73.7 30.3 36.6 1950 Texas & New Orleans ...................... 1950 4,316 59,722 3.3 4,278 d 68,334 21,599 2,520 51,728 5,792 75.7 31.6 37.3
4,316 7,943 813 9,321 2,777 3.5 7,013 974 75.2 29.8 38.1 1949 1949 4,316 57,827 5,182 67,246 20,461 2,087 51,190 6,109 76.1 30.4 38.5


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
- Deorease or deficit.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1950 0 00175




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