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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
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Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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 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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
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ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00120
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Statement No. M-150
OCTOBER 1950


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


FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 1950 AND 1949 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER 1950 AND 1949

Operating revenues Operating expeneess ..t P....t A.eOperating revenues Operating expenses
Ps NetPercent Percent Average Percent Percent
Miles Freight PassengerPaenger Oper- int- tran-
operated tiep in- railway eating nance portation begin, rad and year f roadDeprec- railway atng nance por
atope Alle lon in- oper- ratio expenses expenses operated Al action in- oper- ratio expenses expenses
ot l Per- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- Per- Per- otal ne- clouded Total atng (per- of pe- of oper-
Amount Amount nance cding income cent) eating eating Amount cent Amount Pent Totalint in pre- in e cent) atrinug rtn
In- in-.. .nt. .an. Inprin mne
crease crease ceng revenue revenues n- n- ceding revenues revenues
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(.1) tbl1 ( )P (d() (le (f) I r_ I (h) I_( ) (1) ( I .) (i) (-n). o ( ) ( ) (r) (s,) (t) I_(u) I ) (w) (x) (y)( 1 (Z)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
203,952 $731,088 46.5 64,177 9.0 866,197 $254,483 $35,232 $596.442 $124,272 68.9 29.4 34.3 1950 Total--Roade listed herein, ................ 1950 204,079 $5,970,90 11.7 641,934 d 6.2 $7,167,589 $2,300,527 $345,347 $5,431,947 $744,702 75.8 32.1 37.5
197,225 499,072 58,904 608,530 196,281 33,073 487,971 44,490 80.2 32.3 40.9 1949 1949 197,332 5,347,56 684,422 6,550,003 2226,666 320,717 5,303,352 487,194 81.0 34.0 40.2
New England Region:
1,711 6,208 16.1 955 1.3 7,882 2,298 309 5,778 707 73.3 29.2 39.0 1950 Boston & Maine .......................... 1950 1,711 54,618 6.7 9,701 d 11.8 70,678 21,806 3,048 54,950 5,056 77.8 30.9 41.2
1,712 5,347 943 6,965 2,132 285 5,549 446 79.7 30.6 43.3 1949 1949 1,739 51,182 10,997 68,277 22,090 2,857 55,788 4,031 81.7 32.4 43.4
1,795 8 478 28.4 3,738 d 1.2 13,466 3,915 597 10,070 1,241 74.8 29.1 39.9 1950 New York, New Haven & Hartford .......... 1950 1,795 73,649 8.5 38,550 d 7.1 122,938 35,837 5,925 95,300 8,663 77.5 29.2 41.5
1,798 6,602 3.784 --11 436 3:,43 570 9,196 695 80.4 30.1 42.3 1949 1949 1,798 67,851 41,476 120,705 35,824 5,638 96,973 7,192 80.3 29.7 42.4
Great Lakes Region:
79 5,188 33.3 168 2.8 5,493 1,623 183 3,675 932 66.9 29.5 32.9 1950 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 1950 794 42,177 9.2 1,655 d 12.5 45,036 15.427 1,780 35,221 4,823 78.2 34.3 38.5
794 3,893 164 4:176 1,207 168 3,127 555 74.9 28.9 40.3 1949 1949 794 38,627 1,891 41,671 15,022 1,652 34,765 3,122 83.4 36.0 41.5
966 6,226 22.3 787 2.3 7,673 2,027 410 5,675 972 74.0 26.4 42.5 1950 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western .......... 1950 967 53,209 d .9 8,088 d 1.7 66,764 19,386 4,055 52,818 6,677 79.1 29.0 44.3
968 5,099 769 6,395 1,637 392 4,900 750 76.6 25.6 45.1 1949 1949 969 53,688 8,228 67,226 20,754 3,774 54,986 5,513 81.8 30.9 45.2
2,228 14,470 34.4 560 d .3 16,505 4,152 600 11,179 2,406 67.7 25.2 36.9 1950 Erie ................................... 1950 2,230 121,636 10.6 5,970 d 4.7 136,792 37,345 6,153 101,144 15,717 73.9 27.3 40.1
2,231 10,767 562 12,202 3,235 627 9,443 1,205 77.4 26.5 43.5 1949 1949 2,230 109,977 6,264 125,020 40.430 6,114 102,792 8,179 82.2 32.3 42.5
974 4,903 40.5 212 15.8 5,529 1,576 205 3,804 1,124 68.8 28.5 36.3 1950 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 1950 972 42,107 21.0 1,898 .8 47,009 14,394 1,933 35,746 6,742 76.0 30.6 40.8
971 3,489 183 3,893 1,320 1931 3,291 233 84.5 33.9 5.1 1949 1949 971 34,802 1,883 39,208 13,428 1,869 33,061 2,589 84.3 34.2 44.5
1,240 6,340 25.5 273 .3 6,910 1,857 290 4,698 1,083 68.0 26.9 35.8 1950 Lehigh Valley ........................... 1950 1,249 53,353 3.1 2,933 d 9.5 58,856 17,343 2,780 44,514 6,737 75.6 29.5 40.0
1,252 5,050 272 5,590 1,640 288 4,391 593 78.5 29.3 42.4 1949 1949 1,252 51,736 3,241 57,838 18,198 2,896 47,407 4,628 82.0 31.5 43.9
10,733 54,317 46.8 9,557 8.8 71,588 22,328 3,365 57,155 5,582 79.8 31.2 43.1 1950 New York Central ........................ 1950 10,733 450,610 8.2 94,714 d 5.1 611,146 200,137 32,117 512,113 30,539 83.8 32.7 44.8
10,722 36,858 8,782 51:573 17,456 3,046 46,442 394 90.1 33.8 48.9 1949 1949 10,722 416,473 99,788 577,611 194,722 29,829 499,122 21,027 86.4 33.7 45.8
2, 192 1323 65.0 131 23.0 13,968 3,188 26 8,22 2,819 58.9 22.8 31.1 1950 New York, Chicago & t. Loui a/........ 1 2,192 114,838 13.8 1,451 14.6 120,163 32,123 4,277 78,640 20613 65.4 26.7 33.1
2,193 80 17 452 2510 6556 898 77. 29.7 0.1 1949 9 2,193 100,948 1,266 105,682 31:967 4,045 76,400 14,892 72.3 30.3 35.7
221 3,811 492.3 71 13.5 4,067 1,511 236 3,168 579 77.9 37.2 33.7 1950 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................. 1950 221 32,506 10.5 734 d 10.0 34,567 12,848 2,325 27,480 6,427 79.5 37.2 34.9
221 643 62 775 840 248 1,917 d 481 247.5 108.5 108.4 1949 1949 221 29,430 816 31,608 14,026 2,377 28,486 4,711 90.1 44.4 37.8
2,393 9,465 17.8 424 d 6.7 10,890 2,311 375 6,639 1,988 61.0 21.2 34.2 1950 Wabash .................................. 1950 2,393 75,79 11.7 3,895 6.5 85,739 22,739 3,524 62,925 8,863 73.4 26.5 40.3
2,393 8,032 454 9,278 2,236 327 6,461 1,247 69.6 24.1 39.2 1949 1949 2,393 67,844 4,166 77,901 22,854 3,105 61,850 5,875 79.4 29.3 42.7
2,9 Central Eastern Region:
6,202 33.243 80.6 1,820 13.7 38,706 13,659 1,374 29,931 3,768 77.3 35.3 36.6 1950 Baltimore & Ohio ........................ 1950 6,202 292,637 10.6 17,955 d 1.0 330,545 112,726 13,883 265,172 30,115 80.2 34.1 39.9
6,202 18,405 1,601 21657 8,055 1364 20,559 15 94.9 372 48.9 1949 1949 6,202 264,477 18,127 300,178 99,356 13,544 246,795 23,801 82.2 33.1 42.2
410 3,145 36.3 483 d 3.9 3,868 1,141 149 3,096 10 80.0 29.5 45.2 1950 Central R.R. Co. of New Jersey .......... 1950 410 26,237 10.0 4,929 d 6.5 33,167 10,230 1,465 28,422 d 2 .22 85.7 30.8 48.6
415 2,308 502 2,988 801 147 2,561 d 438 85.7 26.8 52.3 1949 1949 415 23,848 5,271 31,013 9.962 1,441 28,202 d _39.1 90.9 32.1 51.2
212 1,790 33.7 6 d 42.6 1,836 598 79 1,135 891 61.8 32.6 25.8 1950 Central R.R. Co. of Pennsylvania ........ 1950 212 15,820 13.4 88 ,i ,o.060o 761 10,286 8,058 63.3 31.1 28.3
212 1,339 10 1.388 369 74 849 907 61.1 26.6 30.3 1949 1949 212 13,953 146 i',ty4 8. ; 149 740 9,340 7,180 64.6 28.7 31.3
886 2,428 44.7 213 d 7.6 2,923 729 121 1,931 517 66.1 24.9 33.1 1950 Chicago & Eastern Illinois............... 1950 892 19,657 8.0 2,295 5 LA. ,353 ,3 1,161 18,022 3,155 74.0 26.6 38.3
909 1,677 231 2,132 622 116 1,761 91 82.6 29.2 42.9 1949 1949 909 18,208 2,909 ,318 -7,568 1.099 19,893 826 85.3 32.5 42.3
238 3,855 314.2 4,649 954 111 2,513 856 54.0 20.5 0.2 1950 Elgin, Jollet & Eastern ................. 1950 238 33,644 13.6 -- 4 ,651 1,087 22,112 7,702 54. 19.8 31.1
238 931 1,216 598 10 1,296 d 2 106.6 49.2 6.0 1949 199 238 29,612 L 35,949 1,055 23,687 5,080 65.9 27.6 34.6
365 1,270 11.5 2,835 1. 4,357 1,319 196 3,650 d 25 83.8 30.3 49.6 1950 Long Island # ........................... 1950 365 11,425 2.5 28,045 6 ICl) l 1,983 1,916 34,659 d83.7 31.6 49.0
376 1,139 2,880 4,222 1,334 198 3,712 87.9 31.6 53.5 1949 1949 376 11,141 29,280 ,; -1 26 2,174 37,502 88.7 31.3 53.3
10,117 67,646 79.6 11,976 9.6 87,977 33,539 4,011 73,934 5,274 84.0 38.1 41.1 1950 Pennsylvania ............................ 1950 10,118 566,103 8.1 116,295 d ,.c -,- .- ....7 629,164 47,845 84.0 36.2 42.4
10,14e 37,665 10,923 54,809 17,880 4,099 50,170 d 1.419 91.5 32.6 51.8 1949 1949 10,142 523,790 124,472 .A6. i:.. ..:.* I ./ 45 616,908 29,945 86.3 35.1 45.4
1,317 10,211 51.3 555 2.1 11,573 4,082 527 8,768 1,458 75.8 35.3 36.6 1950 Reading ................................. 1950 1,317 86,786 7.4 5,422 a. \. ,6. ...... / : .,89 76,189 10,742 78.3 35.0 38.9
1,324 6,751 544 7,710 2,423 500 6,334 780 82.2 31.4 45.1 1949 1949 1,324 80,824 6,242 -. ,.... ,8 76,065 7,659 82.9 36.4 41.6
837 3,858 137.3 7 d 23.3 4,029 1,229 206 2,569 810 63.8 30.5 28.0 1950 Western Maryland ........................ 1950 837 32,612 4.3 91 d 22. '7-,1 lii :,.9 23,492 6,629 69.1 32.9 30.1
836 1,626 10 1,808 667 200 1,599 110 88.4 36.9 40.6 1949 1949 836 31,274 116 -., ..--. 21, )3 23,590 5,454 71.8 34.2 31.3
Pocahontas Region: -19 ....
5,116 29,344 167.8 687 6.1 31,917 9,088 1,602 20,151 5,944 63.1 28.5 29.7 1950 Chesapeake & Ohio ....................... 1950 5,118 245,417 16.6 6,486 d 21.4 .r:;,; 0'.-, i.,n13 183,133 41,376 69.7 32.0 31.9
5,114 10,958 647 12,323 7,060 1,502 14,944 d 2.339 121.3 57.3 51.6 1949 1949 5,107 210,401 8,251 229,649 84,287 14,817 184,625 21,965 80.4 36.7 36.4
2,127 15,636 195.5 424 18.5 16,594 4,927 834 10,304 3,483 62.1 29.7 27.5 1950 Norfolk & Western ....................... 1950 2,128 127,953 12.8 3,764 d 19.7 136,624 47,980 8,348 96,918 23,301 70.9 35.1 30.1
2,129 5,292 358 6,111 3,707 809 7,679 d 1,163 125.7 60.7 52.8 1949 1949 2,129 113,453 4,686 123,620 46,883 7,896 96,223 16,311 77.8 37.9 33.4
Southern Region:
5,499 9,113 23.8 1,026 9.2 10,908 4,418 484 9,309 228 85.3 40.5 7.8 1950 Atlantic Coast Line.............. 1950 5,510 85,713 7.5 13,660 d 9.0 107,391 38,483 4,697 88,034 6,439 82.0 35.8 38.8
5,526 7,360 940 8,977 3,493 428 8,082 220 90.0 38.9 42.7 1949 1949 5,548 79,699 15,003 102,194 36,626 4,102 87,696 4,413 85.8 35.8 42.1
815 3051 18.7 173 d 5.2 3,484 1,138 120 2,932 264 84.2 32.7 43.5 1950 Central of Georgia ...................... 1950 1,815 26,929 10.3 2,083 d 10.2 31,334 10,573 1,203 27,594 1,163 88.1 33.7 45.4
1,815 2,570 182 2,989 963 115 2,626 140 87.9 32.2 46.4 1949 1949 1,815 24,407 2,320 29,077 9,541 1,160 26,347 320 90.6 32.8 48.2
337 3,606 39.7 155 10.7 3,920 1,059 155 2,165 972 55.2 27.0 23.8 1950 Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific ...... 1950 337 30,305 13.0 1,760 d 4. 33,638 9,827 1,420 20,868 6,622 62.0 29.2 27.8
337 2,580 140 2,918 1,009 126 1,985 471 68.0 34.6 28.0 1949 1949 337 26,820 1,840 30,296 9,776 1,259 20,557 5,229 67.9 32.3 30.1
2,898 6,69 17.4 373 4.6 7,571 2,370 351 4,962 1,168 65.5 31.3 27.2 1950 Gulf Mobile & Ohio ...................... 1950 2,898 54,689 5.0 3,975 d 10.4 63,281 20,923 3,443 45,445 6,424 71.8 33.1 30.5
2,901 5,70 356 6,452 2,259 342 4,739 695 73.5 35.0 30.2 1949 1949 2,901 52,061 4,437 60,669 21,242 3263 46,235 5,859 76.2 35. 32.5
6 543 22,505 22.1 1,914 8.9 26,772 8,043 1,103 17,882 4,155 66.8 30.0 31.7 1950 Illinois Central ....................... 1950 6,543 183,116 8.7 17,614 d 12.5 222,108 73,714 11,034 166,478 24,411 75.0 33.2 35.7
6,542 18,429 1,756 22,342 6,653 1,093 15,910 2,970 71.2 29.8 35.5 1949 1949 6,546 168,515 20,137 209,752 73,663 10,715 164,361 19,752 78.4 35.1 36.7
4,778 17,678 64.5 1,004 18.3 20,750 5,318 835 12,675 4,153 61.1 25.6 31.3 1950 Louisville & Nashville .................. 1950 4,779 145,766 14.3 10,081 d 12.7 165,930 54,411 8,216 125,742 20,751 75.8 32.8 37.8
4,783 10,746 848 12,505 4,728 806 11,100 223 88.8 37.8 44.1 1949 1949 4,775 127,492 11,554 148,120 54,639 7,830 126,007 10,396 85.1 36.9 42.2
1,049 2,727 20.4 140 18.7 3,455 904 160 2,145 719 62.1 26.2 29.6 1950 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ...... 1950 1,049 24,806 10.3 1,427 d 19.9 29,160 8,899 1,466 21,375 3,858 73.3 30.5 35.6
1,049 2,265 118 2,618 821 130 2,035 298 77.7 31.4 38.5 1949 1949 1,049 22,482 1,782 26,737 8,296 1,231 21,311 2,596 79.7 31.0 40.6
4,146 9,407 20.3 963 9.3 11,214 3,820 509 8,290 1,324 73.9 34.1 33.1 1950 Seaboard Air Line ....................... 1950 4,146 90,286 10.1 11,681 d8.2 109,618 35,711 4,976 81,594 13,044 74.4 32.6 34.7
4.150 7,819 881 9,428 3,344 506 7,696 767 81.6 35.5 38.2 1949 1949 4,151 81,999 12,717 102,031 35,741 4,897 82,605 8,785 81.0 35.0 38.0
6,347 19309 37.7 1,367 6.2 22,189 6,381 883 15,039 3132 67.8 28.8 33.7 1950 Southern ................................ 1950 6,347 164,300 12.5 14,91 8.7 191,488 60,499 8,785 139,240 23,362 72.7 31.6 35.3
6,208 1,3019 1,287 16,679 5,765 874 13,434 1:455 80.5 34.6 39.2 1949 1949 6,350 146,082 15,438 174,845 60,491 8,319 140,007 16,281 80.1 34.6 39.0
6,08 1,091,287 1667 5765 87 1 0145 8.5 4.13.2,948831


SPercent increase computed on units of dollars.
SIncludes amortization of Defense Projects.


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


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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 OCTOBER 1950 AND 1949 _FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER 1950 AND 1949
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expense.
Miles --------------Perent Perent Average Freight Passenger Percent Percent
of road Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trane- _ante- Net Oper- mainte- tre-
operated Deprecl- railway ting nanoe portatlon Region, road, and year miles Depreci- railway eating nance portation
eIatien in- ofyr..d ation In-
lo All oper- rti expenses expenses of rated All oper- ratio expenses
operated Per- Per- Total paints- eluded Total eper- rat o epene expene
f month Pr- Per oop o r- Total aInts- eld d Total ting (Per- o e o 1 T oper-
Amunni n-eedi ngoin ome ce nent Au n. .t) ating sting
Amount e; Amount oent canes I inpre- income oent) eating atingAcent Amon-on-inp
c revenue revenuecolumn g revenues revenues
crese crease column revecreaseucreesse


(a) (b) (() (d) (e) (f_) -_(g) (h) (I) (J) (k) (1)(m) (n) Lo -- ((pi(i) )I) I. (t)l (-ulv yt) ( i ly- (L)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money item in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
977 $1486 25.9 $1534 d 1. $18,069 $5 $1085 $13826 $1,564 76.5 30.0 40.8 19 North Western ..................190 016 $121,140 8.9 $17,56 d $153,675 $52983 $1078 $132186 $5877 86. 34.5 44
8,076 11,804 1,560 14,951 4,520 1,010 12,444 1,107 83.2 30.2 46.o0 199 194 9 8,076 111,250 18,523 144,825 52,569 9,831 132,746 296 91.7 36.3 47.9
1,476 2,909 1.8 24 d 32.6 3,150 1,7 130 2,198 311 69.8 36.1 28.3 1950 Chicago Great Western .................... 190 1,478 25,231 2.2 189 d 35.9 27,347 9,286 1,344 19,49 2,986 70.8 34.0 30.
1,480 2,858 35 3,106 1,143 134 2,208 311 71.1 36.8 28.6 1949 1949 1,492 24,682 295 26,738 9,194 1,258 20, 58 2,024 76.5 34.4 35.3
10,671 21,575 24.8 1,433 7.4 25,266 6,143 1,213 16,824 3,769 66.6 24.3 1950 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ... 1950 10,671 173,350 5.5 14, 83 d 12.5 20?,095 65,701 11,928 165,181 15,701 79.8 31.7 41.7
10,671 17,290 1,334 20,621 6,276 1,162 16,049 1,920 77.8 30.4 41.1 1949 1949 10,671 164,322 16,428 199,792 70,186 11,313 169,741 9,059 85.0 35.1 43.1
1,617 2,882 11.0 164 1.8 3,256 805 130 2,386 427 73.3 24.7 43.1 1950 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ... 19 0 1,617 23,526 6.5 1,734 d 14.0 2722 7,799 1,342 22,613 1,071 83.1 28.7 4
1,617 2,596 161 2,979 673 131 2,225 457 74.7 22.6 46.1 1949 1949 1,617 22,082 2,016 26,184 8,058 1,289 22,911 367 87.5 30.8 50.0
560 5,682 1 d30.1 6,675 1 107 126 2,941 1,796 44.1 16.6 26.2 19 Duluth, Mlssabe & Iron Range .............19562 35,305 8.1 18 d63 41405 10,895 1,267 23,029 8,514 5.6 26.3 27.5
574 287 2 366 1,221 140 1,779 d 897 485.5 333.1 130.6 1949 1949 574 32,651 48 38:314 11,738 1,359 22,894 7,645 59.8 30.6 27.2
8,316 25,190 50.7 1,053 20.0 27,945 6,198 858 14,510 6,735 51.9 22.2 26.2 1950 Great Northern............................ 1950 8,316 157,161 .2 9,051 d 179,649 62,477 8,550 133,871 18,557 74.5 34.8 34.4
8,318 16,712 877 18,737 5,174 819 12,113 3,190 64.7 27.6 31.9 1949 1949 8,318 156,882 9,922 180,669 63,126 7:866 136,367 18,528 75.5 34.9 35.0
3,224 4,627 58.7 78 5,506 1,2z4 130 2,889 1,078 52.5 22.2 26.9 1950 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie 1950 3,22 8,685 5.4 913 22.0 31,793 11,686 1,276 25950 1915 81.6 36.8 39.3
3,224 2,916 104 3,192 1,121 129 2:,554 235 80.0 35.1 39:7 1949 1949 3,224 27,206 1,171 30,083 11,018 1,229 24,863 1,924 82.7 36.6 4.5
6,903 18607 56.8 15 9.5 20196 1 731 681 10,995 4,961 54.4 2 3.4 26.7 1950 Northern Pacific ..........................190 6897 119,824 9.4 4953 d 22.1 133,930 46083 6817 101,978 16,188 76.1 34.4 35.5
6,889 11,865 70 13,306 4:520 689 10,222 1,772 76.8 34.0 36.5 1949 1949 6,889 109,513 6:361 125,535 48,965 6,637 105,176 9,356 83.8 39.0 37.6
1,051 2633 45.3 29 2.7 3,048 738 86 1866 679 61.2 24.2 32.1 1950 isconsn central .......................1950 1,051 2269 118 371 27.324731 6992 78 17,672 3,104 71.5 28 37.3

13,074 4 016 27.6 3,680 8.9 51,582 15,065 2014 31786 10,093 61.6 29.2 2 190 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe / ........... 1950 13,073 344047 5. 369769.0415650 132818 19,722 287,875 6105 69.3 32.0 30.9
13,102 34,501 3,378 41,576 13,316 1,852 29,455 5,966 70.8 32.0 32.4 149 1949 13 ,103 325,538 40,634 402,003 14,041 17,916 305,911 4,064 76.1 35.8 33.5
8 830 21,419 25.7 1,372 2.8 24,889 5,837 1,020 14,475 5,050 58.2 23.5 30.2 19 0 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ............. 1950 8845 161,650 8.8 14,620 .193,619 57,427 9,899 134,635 26562 69.5 29.7 34
8,873 17,045 1,334 20,261 5,589 1,092 13,743 2,957 67.8 27.6 34.7 1949 1949 8,745 148,517 15,054 180,196 64,332 10,811 141,323 14,390 78.4 35.7 36.3
7,601 13,340 .2 1,530 .2 16,759 5,036 666 11,994 2,014 71.6 30.0 34.6 190 Chicago, Rock Island & Pafic ............. 190 7,612 119,505 5. 14,609 d 18.1 146,370 43,448 6780 108,001 14,909 73.8 29.7
7,620 13,781 1,597 16,486 4,722 700 11,844 1,992 71.8 28.6 36.3 1949 1949 7,622 126,126 17,831 154,957 45,513 6,698 113,409 16,339 73.2 29.4 3
2, 0 6 562 31.8 255 6.9 7,244 1,821 345 4,445 1,565 61.4 25.1 30.5 190 Denver & Rio Grands Western .............. 190 2,411 48 2358.6 2,54 1.6 53026 16,549 3,357 38,927 7,350 73.4 31.2 34.8
2,413 4,978 239 5,472 1,584 330 3,939 848 72.0 28.9 35.3 1949 1949 2,427 49,575 2,756 54,912 18,112 3,075 42,310 6,784 77.1 33.0 36.3
8,144 38926 24.9 3,198 14.9 44884 13,366 1,607 31,104 5,720 69.3 29.8 33.7 1950 Southern Pacificoutrn ..................... 190 8,143 328,100 13.0 31 870 6. 389465 118,661 15,681 283,985 38930 72.9 30.5 36.0
8,142 31,169 2,782 36,390 11,526 1,399 27,487 3,411 75.5 31.7 37.0 1949 1949 8,163 290,477 34,049 349,788 112,737 13,054 280,253 23,772 80.1 32,2 40.4
6,96720 41,865 -272 2664 9.5 47,583 12,757808 87649 30534 6,652 64.2 26.8 312.6 1950 union Pacif lo............................ 1950 9,720 317,556 15.9 27- ,823 .6 372,66 116,108 15,830 268,982705 2233,054 7.6 32. 36.6
9,721 32,903 2,433 38,419 10,624 1,563 26,420 4,121 68.8 27.7 34.1 1949 1949 9,724 274,085 27,665 329,727 115,439 15,441 264,062 12,516 80.1 35.0 37.0
1,195 5,179 578 165 d 18.7 590 1,331 180 2,976 1,229 54.2 24.2 23.7569 190 Western Pacific ..........................1950 1,195 36554 21.3 2,213 d 11.8 39667 11204 1733 25,873 7166 65.2 28.2 28.9
1,195 3,283 203 3,601 1,017 143 2,513 547 69.8 28.2 31.0 1949 Southwestern Region: 1949 1,195 30,129 2,511 33,645 11,685 1,389 27,612 3,236 82.1 34.7 36.0
1,089 2,592 33.7 182 312.2 3,020 1,103 127 2,399 282 79 36.5 37.1 1950 International Great Northern#.............1950 1,099 23,175 8.6 1,744 12.6 27,362 9,923 1,237 22,096 2,460 80.8 36.3 38.5
1,110 1,938 44 2,196 873 114 1,898 77 86:4 39.7 40:4 1949 1949 1,110 21,347 1,548 25,318 8,794 1,:o86 21,118 1,880 83.4 34.7 425
891 3,056 d .9 169 42.4 3,576 835 123 2,020 708 56.5 23.3 27.2 195C Kansas City Southern...................... 1950 891 28,163 d 4, 1,100 5.2 32,360 7,164 1,150 18,482 6,794 57.1 22.1 28.8
891 3,083 119 3,505 612 108 1,876 832 53.5 17.5 30.5 1949 1949 891 29,476 1,046 33,124 6,686 1,055 18,473 7,605 55.8 20.2 29.1
3,243 5,939 d 4.0 474 17.7 7411 1,988 267 4,926 1,055 66.5 26.8 32.2 1950 Mlssouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .............. 1950 3,247 54,*003 d. 3606 d 63,327 18,240 2,569 45,63 7,049 72.1 28.8 35.
3,253 6,190 403 7 182 1,867 249 4 ,841 1049 67.4 26:0 34:2 1949 1949 253 54,150 3:813 62800 17,988 2,357 46,534 6188 74.1 28.6 37.
6,960 18,065 852 20,704 6,808 874 14,606 3,181 70.6 32.9 32.9 MissouriPofio#k/ ..................... 1950 6,966 152,259 8,868 176,584 57,381 8,168 131,705 22,451 74.6 32.5 36.6
S- 1949 - - - - al...................... 4
1,846 5,745 37.9 395 56.9 7,6121 1782 247 4,212 2,077 55.3 23.4 26.0 1950 Texas & Pacific........................... 1950 1,846 48,403 10.9 3,922 .1 58,013 16,616 2,376 40,199 7,783 69.3 28.6 33.1
1,854 4,168 252 4,8141 1594 228 3,893 460 80.9 33.1 38.9 1949 1949 1,854 43:635 3,917 51,798 15,962 2,202 40:431 5,317 78.1 30.8 38.6
63 9,509 5.7 598 14.2 10,834 3,110 551 7,273 1,909 67.1 28.7 32.9 1950 St. Louis-Dan Francisco................... 1950 4,637 84,317 6.2 4,801 d12.5 92,508 29,996 5,387 69,942 11,384 75.6 32.4 36.4
4:6U 9,000 523 10,307 2,927 513 7,209 1,559 69.9 28.4 36.1 1949 1949 4,645 76,546 5:490 88,505 30,267 4,926 71,701 8,078 81.0 34.2 39.7
159 352 1.4 12 de8.0 387 87 4 265 36 68.6 22.6 39.1 1950 St. Louis-Ban Francisco & Texas........... 1950 159 3,180 d 6.8 93 d1.0 3,476 829 44 2,448 251 70.4 23.9 39.2
159 347 13 389 71 4 248 45 63.8 18.4 39.1 1949 1949 159 3,413 1 3,728 893 42 2,687 308 72.1 23.9 41.2
1 569 5,955 2.4 52 d!38.9 6,240 1,130 142 3,124 1,414 50.0 18.1 27.1 190 St. Louis Southwestern Lines.............. 1950 1,569 48,830 3.0 488 d24.2 51,649 11,912 1,403 30,28a4 9,938 58.6 23.1 29.6
1:569 5,818 85 6,119 1,282 132 3,354 1,317 54.8 21.0 28.8 1949 1949 1,569 47,404 643 49,905 13,142 1,317 32,352 7,939 64.8 26.3 32.2
4 316 10,647 13,9 751 18.8 12,200 3,428 371 8,419 1,433 69.0 28.1 35.0 1950 Texas & New Orleans....................... 1950 4,316 90,238 6.0 6,662 d.2 104,925 31,665 3,621 76,261 10,324 72,7 30.2 36.0
4,316 9,345 632 10,593 3,209 349 7,678 1.179 72,5 30.3 35.9 1949 1949 4,316 85,096 7,341 98,488 29,118 3,078 72,802 10,470 73.9 29.6 3744


a Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
SIncludes amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
SIncludes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
1949 figures not available due to strike.
SDecoreaee or deficit.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE :1950 0 900175