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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 )
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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
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
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System ID: AA00015604:00121
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA L Q f ./, fc < '. I


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U| I .o, :i.. 1262 0873108.83 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Subject to revision BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



U.S.DP TOlR OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS


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S" ement No. M-150
S "' EMBER 1950
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FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 1950 AND 1949 FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER 1950 AND
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles e Passenger Prent Percent Average Passenger Percent Percent
of road Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans- of r miles Freight ad Net Oper- mainte- trans-
operated Depre i- railway sating nance portation Region, road and year rd Depreoi- railway ting nanoe portation
at lone All atio i oper- ratio expenses expenses Per- Per- All action in- oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month PePerPer- Total mainte- luded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- ent ent Ttal mante- eluded Total ting (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount ent Amount on nance -- income oent) eating ating Amount n Amount nanoe i r income cent) ating ating
in- in- eding o e ang in- in-n ceding revenues revenues
crease crease column revenues revenues crease crease olun rev
(a)(b) (o) (d) ( (f) (g) (h) (i) (JU ) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) ( (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w)(x(y)(z)(a )
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
203892 $661,370 21.2 $63,872 3.5 $806,991 $246,881 $35,069 $580,463 $102,259 71.9 30,6 35.9 1950 Total--Roads listed herein, ................ 1950 204,063 $6,632,273 10.3 $705,816 d 5 7,97,532 $2,547,409 380,412 6,012,411 846,970 75.4 319 37.4
204,211 545,496 61,723 658,770 204,673 34,174 504,115 69,819 76.5 31.1 38.9 1949 1949 204,328 6,013,148 754,804 7,350,112 2,482,519 362,604 5,924,192 569,023 80.6 33.8 40.0
New England Region:
1,711 5,472 4.1 914 d 11.0 7,087 2,330 311 5,749 418 81.1 32.9 42.8 1950 Boston & Maine .......................... 1950 1,711 60,090 6.5 10,615 d 11.7 77,765 24,136 3,359 60,699 5,474 78.1 31.0 41.3
1,712 5,259 1,028 6,873 2,047 300 5,434 477 79.1 29.8 43.6 1949 1949 1,736 56,441 12,025 75,151 24,137 3,158 61,222 4,508 81.5 32.1 43.4
1,794 7,742 20.0 3,827 d 8.8 12,816 3,787 594 9,775 1,009 76.3 29.5 40.8 1950 New York, New Haven & Hartford .......... 1950 1,795 81,390 9.5 42,377 d 7.2 135,755 39,624 6,518 105,075 9,673 77.4 29.2 41.5
1,797 6,449 4,196 11,717 3,841 587 9,715 378 82.9 32.8 42.2 1949 1949 1,798 74,300 45,672 132,421 39.665 6,225 106,688 7,570 80.6 30.0 42.4
Great Lakes Region:
793 4,668 30.9 139 d 5.4 4,951 1,489 195 3,422 765 69.1 30.1 34.2 1950 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 1950 794 46,845 11.0 1,794 d 12.0 49,987 16,916 1,975 38,643 5.588 77.3 33.8 38.1
794 3,565 147 3,821 1,318 170 3,222 297 84.3 34.5 43.6 1949 1949 794 42,192 2,038 45:492 16,341 1,822 37,987 3,418 83.5 35.9 41.7
966 5,752 7.0 781 d 4.0 7,142 2,007 410 5,591 757 78.3 28.1 44.7 1950 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western .......... 1950 967 58,961 d .2 8,869 d 1.9 73,906 21,392 4,465 58,409 7,434 79.0 28.9 44.3
968 5,378 814 6,718 1,660 402 4,942 931 73.6 24.7 43.2 1949 1949 969 59,065 9,042 73,945 22,413 4,175 59,929 6,444 81.0 30.3 45.0
2,228 12,601 20.4 603 d 9.4 14,694 3,713 615 10,489 1,827 71.4 25.3 39.6 1950 Erie .................................... 1950 2,230 134,237 11.5 6,573 d 5.2 151,485 41,058 6,768 111,633 17,544 73.7 27.1 40.0
2,231 10,464 666 11,906 3,277 633 9,227 1,110 77.5 27.5 42.7 1949 1949 2,230 120,440 6,930 136,925 43,707 6,746 112,019 9,289 81.8 31.9 42.5
974 4,138 28.7 218 11.2 5,234 1,409 185 3,623 1,040 69.2 26.9 38.2 1950 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 1950 972 46,245 21.6 2,116 1.8 52,243 15,803 2,118 39,368 7,782 75.4 30.2 40.6
971 3,216 196 3,716 1,313 191 3,327 24 89.5 35.3 48.3 1949 1949 971 38,018 2,079 42,924 14,741 2,060 36,388 2,612 84.8 34.3 44.9
1,240 5,542 6.8 292 d 12.4 6,106 1,811 292 4,582 1,008 75.0 29.7 39.8 1950 Lehigh Valley ........................... 1950 1,248 58,895 3.5 3,226 d 9.864,962 19,154 3,072 49,096 7,745 75.6 29.5 40.0
1,252 5,189 334 5,808 1,655 288 4,405 808 75.8 28.5 41.0 1949 1949 1,252 56,925 3,575 63,646 19,853 3,185 51,812 5,436 81.4 31.2 43.6
10,733 48,220 16.7 9,919 d 12.0 65,497 23,397 3,144 57,392 2,126 87.6 35.7 46.3 1950 New York Central, ...................... 1950 10,733 498,830 9.0 104,632 d5.8 676,644 223,534 35,261 569,504 32,664 84.2 33.0 44.9
10,722 41,303 11,271 58,709 18,103 3,031 47,740 5,356 81.3 30.8 44.1 1949 1949 10,722 457,776 111,059 636,320 212,825 32,860 546,861 26,383 85.9 33.4 45.6
2,192 12,392 21.4 133 21.4 13,108 3,413 417 8,259 2,396 63.0 26.0 32.0 1950 New York, Chicago & St. Louis a/ ........ 1950 2,192 127,230 14.5 1,584 15.2 133,271 35,537 4,694 86,899 23,009 65.2 26.7 33.0
2,193 10,208 110 10,604 2,458 425 6,690 2,162 63.1 23.2 33.8 1949 1949 2,193 111,156 1,375 116,286 34,425 4,471 83,090 17,054 71.4 29.6 35.5
221 3,141 71.2 82 6.2 3,420 1,510 240 3,063 395 89.6 44.1 39.2 1950 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ................. 1950 221 35,647 14.0 816 d 8.6 37,987 14,358 2,565 30,543 6,822 80.4 37. 35.3
221 1,835 77 1,997 835 251 1,931 393 96.7 41.8 43.1 1949 1949 221 31,264 893 33,605 14,860 2,627 30,418 5,105 90.5 44.2 38.2
2,393 8,250 17.9 396 7.5 9,572 2,154 374 6,352 1,283 66.4 22.5 37.6 1950 Wabash .................................. 1950 2,393 84,043 12.3 4,291 d 5.4 95,311 24,893 3,897 69,277 10,145 72.7 26.1 40.0
2,393 6,998 369 7,902 2,101 328 5,979 680 75.7 26.6 41.9 1949 1949 2,393 74,841 4,535 85,804 24,955 3,433 67,829 6,555 79.1 29.1 42.6
Central Eastern Region:
6,202 30,131 31.0 1,955 14.3 35,589 13,360 1,413 29,539 1,872 83.0 37.5 39.8 1950 Baltimore & Ohio ........................ 1950 6,202 322,769 12.3 19,910 .4 366,134 126,086 15,296 294,711 31,987 80.5 34.4 39.9
6,202 23,006 1,711 26,469 8,796 1,397 22,421 1,289 84.7 33.2 44.3 1949 1949 6,202 287,483 19,838 326,647 108,151 14,941 269,216 25,090 82.4 33.1 42.4
410 2,681 18.5 459 d 1.8 3,514 1,235 148 3,128 d 377 89.9 35.1 48.3 1950 Central R.R. Co. of New Jersey .......... 1950 410 28,918 10.8 5,388 d 6.1 36,681 11,465 1,613 31,550 286.0 31.3 48.6
411 2,262 468 2,936 827 151 2,539 d 235 86.5 28.2 51.2 1949 1949 415 26,110 5,738 33,949 10,789 1,593 30,741 d 90.5 31.8 51.2
210 1,422 7.5 6 d 31.0 1,559 531 79 1,032 730 66.2 34.0 28.1 1950 Central R.R. Co. of Pennsylvania ........ 1950 212 17,242 12.9 94 d 3917,813 5,591 840 11,318 8,788 63.5 31.4 28.3
212 1,323 9 1,365 356 74 845 703 61.9 26.1 31.3 1949 1949 212 15,276 155 15,814 4,506 814 10,186 7,883 64.4 28.5 31.3
886 2,211 22.2 263 12.8 2,754 675 121 1,867 533 67.8 24.5 34.3 1950 Ohicago & Eastern Illinois .............. 1950 891 21,867 9.2 2,558 d 18.6 27,107 7,148 1,282 19,889 3,688 73.4 26.4 37.9
909 1,809 233 2,264 687 119 1,846 139 81.6 30.4 40.8 1949 1949 909 20,017 3,142 25,582 8,255 1,218 21,740 966 85.0 32.3 42.2
238 3,658 98.2 4,459 986 109 2,555 660 57.3 22.1 31.5 1950 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................. 1950 238 37,301 18.6 45,110 9,041 1,196 24,667 8,362 54.7 20.0 31.1
238 1,845 2,299 434 105 1,397 421 60.7 18.9 36.3 1949 1949 238 31,458 38,249 10,351 1,160 25,084 5,501 65.6 27.1 34.5
365 1,247 8.8 2,512 d 3.1 3,977 1,333 196 3,634 d 352 91.4 33.5 53.4 1950 Long Island# ............................ 1950 365 12,672 3.1 30,557 d 4.1 45,380 14,316 2,112 38,293 d 04 84.4 31.5 49.4
376 1,146 2,593 3,922 1,302 246 3,581 91.3 33.2 55.5 1949 1949 376 12,288 31,873 46,193 14,548 2,420 41,083 d 2808 88.9 31.5 53.5
10,117 63,701 38.4 11,767 5.5 83,049 32,738 3,849 71,226 4,072 85.8 39.4 41.5 1950 Pennsylvania ............................ 1950 10,118 629,804 10.5 128,062 d 5.6 832,288 304,213 41,406 700,390 51,922 84.2 36.6 42.3
10,142 46,039 11,149 63,199 18,978 3,995 51,674 5,182 81.8 30.0 45.8 1949 1949 10,142 569,829 135,620 778,447 269,865 42,240 668,582 35,446 85.9 34.7 45.4
1,317 9,418 21.3 583 d J. 10,853 3,864 528 8,464 1,260 78.0 35.6 38.5 1950 Reading ................................. 1950 1,317 96,204 8.6 6,005 d 12.1 108,142 37,960 5,616 84,653 12,002 78.3 35.1 38.8
1,321 7,762 587 8,786 2,915 502 7,o061 782 80.4 33.2 42.4 1949 1949 1,324 88,585 6,829 100,580 36,356 5,400 83,125 8,441 82.6 36.1 41.7
837 3,622 25.7 8 21.5 3,812 1,226 206 2,541 692 66.7 32.2 29.7 1950 Western Maryland .... .............. 1950 837 36,234 6.1 99 d 19.8 37,829 12,407 2,265 26,034 7,321 68.8 32.8 30.0
836 2,881 7 3,048 851 200 2,005 645 65.8 27.9 31.9 1949 1949 836 34,156 123 35,887 12,075 2,133 25,595 6,099 71.3 33.6 31.4
Pocahontas Region:
5,116 25,145 16.4 779 18.4 27,768 8,758 1,604 19,512 3,780 70.3 31.5 33.1 1950 Chesapeake & Ohio ....................... 1950 5,118 270,561 16.6 7,265 d 18.5 290,661 92,757 17,416 202,645 45,157 69.7 31.9 32.0
5,118 21,610 658 23,113 8,869 1,537 18,102 2,287 78.3 38.4 34.1 1949 1949 5,108 232,011 8,909 252,762 93,156 16,353 202,728 24,252 80.2 36.9 36.2
2,126 13,471 13.9 436 23.9 14,427 4,391 837 9,541 2,364 66.1 30.4 30.2 1950 Norfolk & Western ....................... 1950 2,128 141,424 12.9 4,201 d 16.6 151,051 52,371 9,185 106,459 25,665 70.5 34.7 30.1
2,129 11:828 352 12,617 3,751 814 8,553 2,401 67.8 29.7 32.0 1949 1949 2,129 125,280 5,039 136,237 50,634 8,710 104,776 18,713 76.9 37.2 33.3
Southern Region:
5,499 9,371 19.1 1,122 9.6 11,312 3,690 496 8,730 1,274 77.2 32.6 37.6 1950 Atlantic Coast Line ..................... 1950 5,509 95,085 8.6 14,782 d 7.8 118,703 42,173 5,193 96,764 7,713 81.5 35.5 38.7
5,526 7,869 1,024 9,629 3:289 428 7,980 1,153 82.9 34.2 40.9 1949 1949 5,546 87,568 16,027 111,822 39,915 4,530 95,676 5,566 85.6 35.7
1,815 3,111 21.9 224 31.8 3,593 1,156 123 2,908 429 80.9 32.2 41.1 1950 Central of Georgia ...................... 1950 1,815 30,041 11.4 2,307 d 34,928 11,729 1,326 30,502 1,592 87.3 33.6 45.0
1,815 2,552 170 2,941 1,022 115 2,651 39 90.1 34.8 45.9 1949 1949 1,815 26,959 2,490 32,018 10,563 1,275 28,997 359 90.6 33.0 48.0
337 3,162 24.6 123 32.2 3,460 1,000 155 2,071 777 59.9 28.9 25.9 1950 Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Paciflo ...... 1950 337 33,467 14.0 1,883 d 2.6 37,098 10,827 1,575 22,939 7,399 61.8 29.2 27.7
337 2,538 93 2,784 966 127 1,935 429 69.5 34.7 29.1 1949 1949 337 29,358 1,933 33,079 10,742 1,386 22,491 5,657 68.0 32.5 30.0
2,898 6,262 17.2 375 d 3.9 7,990 2,271 352 4,845 1,868 60.6 28.4 25.6 1950 Gulf Mobile & Ohio ...................... 1950 2,898 60,952 6.2 4,350 d 9.9 71,271 23,194 3,794 50,290 8,292 70.6 32.5 30.0
2,901 5,344 391 6,163 2,237 352 4:719 560 76.6 36.3 31.5 1949 1949 2,901 57,405 4,827 66,832 23,479 3,615 50,955 6,419 76.2 35.1 32.4
6,540 21,134 15.4 1,831 5.8 25,361 8,075 1,108 17,666 3,674 69.7 31.8 33.3 1950 Illinois Central ........................ 1950 6542 204250 9.3 19,445 d 11.1 247,469 81,790 12,141 184,144 28,085 74.4 3.1 35.5
6,542 18,318 1,732 22,333 6,709 1,098 16,107 2,769 72.1 30.0 36.3 1949 1949 6,546 186,834 21,869 232,085 80,372 11,813 180,469 22,522 77.8 34.6 36.7
4,778 15,691 30.0 1,038 26.9 18,751 5,118 782 12,287 3,355 65.5 27.3 33.6 1950 Louisville & Nashville .................. 1950 4,779 161,458 15.7 11,120 d 10. 1 184,681 59,528 8,998 138,029 24,106 74.7 32.2 37.4
4,783 12,067 818 13,748 4:668 822 11,316 915 82.3 34.0 42.2 1949 1949 4,776 139,559 12,372 161,869 59,308 8,652 137,323 11,310 84.8 36.6 42.2
1,049 2,602 13.0 135 8.5 3,319 966 160 2,318 552 69.9 29.1 34.3 1950 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ...... 1950 1,049 27408 10.6 1,562 d18.1 32,479 9,865 1,626 23,693 4,410 72.9 30.4 35.5
1,049 2,302 124 2:668 801 130 2,014 377 75.5 30.0 37.9 1949 1949 1,049 24,784 1,907 29,404 9,097 1,361 23,325 2,973 79.3 30.9 40.3
4,146 9,690 16.6 941 3.1 11,429 3,880 518 8,404 1,407 73.5 33.9 32.9 1950 Seaboard Air Line ....................... 1950 4,146 99,976 10.7 12,622 7,4 121,047 39,590 5,494 89,998 14,452 74.4 32.7 34.5
4,150 8,313 913 9,981 3,306 511 7,771 980 77.9 33.1 37.2 1949 1949 4,151 90,312 13,630 112,012 39,047 5,408 90,377 9,765 80.7 34.9 37.9
6,347 19,305 19.8 1,018 1d 21,793 6,212 868 14,441 3,277 66.3 28.5 32.5 1950 Southern ................................ 1950 6,347 183,606 13.2 15,110 d 8,5 213,281 66,711 9,653 153,681 26,640 72.1 31.3 35.0
6,194 16,116 1,074 18,518 5,540 881 13,248 2,639 71.5 29.9 35.8 1949 1949 6,336 162,198 16,512 193,364 66,031 9,199153,25418,92179.3 34.138.7


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


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










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


I*I I


Operating revenues
Freight Passenger

Per- Per- Total
Amount ent Amount ent
crease areas

( e- P: r^ / ^ /C


$13,328
10,888
2,733
2,589
19,415
16,602
2,566
2,467
3,431
140
21,367
14,668
3,563
2,725
14,951
11,445
2,351
1,880
40,287
34,410
18,466
17,268

13,177
12,490

5,931
5,122
34,891
30,716
35,914
30,833
4,384
3,329
2,710
2,131
3,111
2,911

5,702
5,519
17,609
13,275
5,541
4,472
8,879
8,054
381
413

5,517
5,277
10,212
9,078


22.4

5.6

16.9

4.0




45.7

30.8

30.6

25.1

17.1

6.9

5.5

15.8

13.6

16.5

31.7

27.2

6.9

3.3

32.6

23.9

10.2




4.6

12.5


$1,630
1,593


1,346
1,327
164
154
1
1
999
820
69
83

409
27
31
3,768
3,310
1,370
1,318
1,523
1,476
225
196

3,384
2,754
2,376
2,053
160
135
185
135
147
96
515
342
815
684
348
326
602
492
15
11
41
61
672
582


FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 1950 AND 1949


Operating expenses

Deprecoi-
All action In-
mainte- cluded Total
nance in pre-
ceding
column o

(R ( h\ i \


(Honey Items in thousands of dollars)*
$18,342 $5,198 $1,079 $13,449
14,054 4,010 1,044 11,505


31 51.8 2,959
20 2,817


1.5

6.9

d 18.3

21.9

d 16,8

41.9

d12.1

13.8

4.0

3.2

14.7

22.9

15.7

19.2

37.3

53.4

50.7

19.1

7.0

22.3

37.2

d15.6

15.6


22,898
19,839
3,238
2,829
4,009
200
23,703
16,748
3,803
2,961
16,589
12,840
2,523
2,031
60,246
41,317

22,025
20,377
16,587
15,028
6,556
5,566
40,949
36,118
41,189
35,721
4,636
3,547
3,136
2,501

3,594
3,281
7,200
6,361
20,015
15,395
6,393
5,227
10,165
9,183
419
448

5,778
5,531
11,643
10,296


6,812
6,187

783
706
1,043
1,072

5,906
5,662
1,167
950
4,155
4,415
624
513
14,469
13,002
5,604
5,207
4,294
4,344
1,654
1,675
12,023
12,047
12,279
10,057

1,177
939
1,236
898
878
665
1,962
1,810
6,860
5,514
1,715
1,674
3,065
3,127
78
80
1,037
1,053
3,426
3,219


132
136
1,211
1, 15
130
130
125
124
896
829
129
118
684
688
86
74
2,019
1,869
1,030
1,122
641
696
346
329
1,640
1,419
1,656
1,567
1U

122
121
123
115
266
249
838
785
247
228

550
517
4
4
142
133
369
365


1,998
1,957
16,897
15,873
2,325
2,203

3,255
1,556
14,118
12,637
2,698
2,319
10,039
9,926
1,720
1,515
31,328
28,072
13,680
12,891
11,393
11,040
4,082
4,024
29,444
28,012
28,787
25,022
2,640
2,323
2,640
2,010
2,053
1,829
4,942
4,580
14,728
12,649
4,169
3,919
7,480
7,154
227
234
3,021
2,924
8,344
7,564


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


( i


$2,049
1,404

313
313
2,644
1,529

550
499
220
d 861
4,852
1,793
648
151
3,637
1,532
400
225
15,429
6,780

3,699
3,441
2,407
1,861

1,315
853
5,062
3,155
3,966
3,619
1,040
637
246
269
733
696
944
764
2,790
1,459
1,026
577
1,376
1,061
82
95
681
1,218
1,279
1,025


Oper-
ating
ratio
(Per-
cent


73.3
81.9
67.5
69.5
73.8
80.0
71.8
77.9
81.2
778.8
59.6
75.5
70.9
78.3
60.5
77.3
68.2
74.6
52.0
67.9
62.1
63.3
68.7
73.5
62.3
72.3
71.9
77.6
69.9
70.0
56.9
65.5
84.2
80.4
57.1
55.7
68.6
79.0
73.6
82.2
65.2
75.0
73.6
77.9
54.2
52.2
52.3
52.9
71.7
73.5


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenue

(1)


28.3
28.5
32.1
33.2
29.7
31.2
24.2
24.9
26.0
536.9
24.9
33.8
30.7
32.1
25.1
34.4
24.7
25.2
24.0
31.5
25.4
25.6
25.9
28.9
25.2
30.1
29.4
33.4
29.8
28.2
25.4
26.5
39.4
35.9
24.4
20.3
27.3
28.5
34.3
35.8
26.8
32.0
30.2
34.1
18.6
17.8
17.9
19.0
29.4
31.3


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(m)


Region, road, and year





(n)


Northwestern Region:
39.3 1950 Chicago & North Western .................. 1950
46.0 1949 1949
29.4 1950 Chicago Great Western .................... 1950
30.0 1949 1949
38.2 1950 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ... 1950
42.0 1949 1949
42.3 1950 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Oma(ha ... 1950
46.9 1949 1949
53.0 1950 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............. 1950
202.4 1949 1949
30.6 1950 Great Ndrthern ........................... 1950
35.9 1949 1949
35.7 1950 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie.. 1950
40.4 1949 1949

30.5 1950 Northern Pacific ........................ 1950
36.4 1949 1949

37.4 1950 Wisconsin Central # ..................... 1950
42.2 1949 1949
Central Western Region
23.6 1950 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe &/.......... 1950
30.0 1949 1949
31.7 1950 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ............ 1950
32.4 1949 1949
35.9 1950 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific .......... 1950
37.1 1949 1949
31.0 1950 Denver & Rio Grande Western ............. 1950
35.0 1949 1949
36.6 1950 Southern Pacific Co.................... 1950
37.2 1949 1949
33.8 1950 Union Pacific ........................... 1950
34.7 1949 1949
24.5 1950 Western Pacific ......................... 1950
29.0 1949 1949
Southwestern Region:
39.5 1950 International Great Northern # .......... 1950
38.5 1949 1949
27.3 1950 Kansas City Southern .................... 1950
29.5 1949 1949
34.0 1950 Missouri-Eansas-Texas Lines ............. 1950
35.8 1949 1949
34.3 1950 Missouri Pacific # ................... 1950
40.2 1949 1949
) 31.4 1950 Texas & Pacific ......................... 1950.
35.1 1949 1949
36.8 1950 St. Louis-San Francisco ................. 1950
36.9 1949 1949
29.2 1950 St. Louie-San Francisco & Texas ......... 1950
28.8 1949 1949
28.9 1950 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ... ...... 1950
28.1 1949 1949
36.0 1950 Texas & New Orleans ..................... 1950
35.5 1949 1949


Average
miles
of road
operated



(o0)


8,008
8,076
1,478
1,491
10,671
10,671
1,617
1,617
562
574
8,316
8,318
3,224
3,224
6,898
6,889
1,051
1,051
13,073
13,103
8,844
8,757
7,611
7,622
2,410
2,426
8,143
8,161
9,720
9,724
1,195
1,195
1,098
1,110
891
891
3,247
3,253
6,966
7,005
1,846
1,854
4,636
4,645

159
159
1,569
1,569
4,316
4,316


FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER 1950 AND 1949


Operating revenues
Freight Passenger

Per- ao Total
Amount cent Amount cent
crease crease

(p) (a) (r) () tt()


$134,468
122,138
27,963
27,271
192,764
180,924
26,092
24,549

38,736
32,791
178,528
171,550
32,248
29,931
134,775
120,957
25,120
22,246
384,334
359,947
180,116
165,785
132,682
138,616
54,166
54,697
362,991
321,193
353,470
304,918
40,938
33,458
25,886
23,478
31,273
32,387
59,704
59,669
169,868
133.368
53,944
48,106
90,196
84,:00
3,560
3,826
54,348
52,682
100,451
94,173


10.1

2.5

6.5

6.3

18.1

4.1

7.7

11.4

12.9

6.8

8.6

a 4.3

d 1.0

13.0

15.9

22.4

10.3

d 3.4

.1

27.4

12.1

6.6




3.2

6.7


$18,687
20,116
221
316
15,729
17,755
1,899
2,169
19
49
10,050
10,742

983
1,255
5,533
6,770
398
541
40,744
43,944
15,991
16,371
16,132
19,307
2,765
2,953
35,254
36,803
30,199
29,718
2,374
2,645
1,929
1,683
1,247
1,142
4,121
4,155
9,683
9,347
4,271
4,242

5140.5
5,982
108
117
524
70
7,334
7,922


d 7.1

d 30.2

d 11.4

d 12.5

d 61.8

d 6.4

d 21.7

d 18,3

a 26.5

d 7.3

d 2.3

d 16 4

d 6.3

a 4.2

1.6

d 10.3

14.6

9.2

d .

3.6

.7

d 9.7

d 7,1

d 24.9

d 7.4


Operating expenses


Depreci-
All ation in-
ialnte- cludedl Total
nance in pre-
ceding
column A

(u) (v) (w)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


$172,017
158,879
30,307
29,554
229,993
219,631
30,463
29,013
45,414
38,514
203,351
197,416
35,596
33,043
150,518
138,375
27,254
24,202
475,896
443,320
215,644
200,572
162,957
169,985
59,583
60,478
430,414
385,906
413,855
365,448
44,304
37,192
30,498
27,819
35.954
36,4o6
70,527
69,161
196,599
156,738
64,406
57,025
102,673
97,687
3,894

57,427
55,436
116,569
108,785


$58,180 $11,864
56,579 10,876
10,237 1,476
10,130 1,395
72,512 13,139
76,373 12,471
8,582 1,472
8,764 1,420
11,938 1,392
12,811 1,483
68,383 9,446
68,788 8,695


7,924
8,076
1,476
1,480
10,671
10,671
1,617
1,617
560
574
8,316
8,318
3,224
3,284
6,903
6,889
1,051
1,051
13,074
13,102
8,830
8,873
7,601
7,619
2,400
2,413
8,144
8,142

9,720
9,721
1,195
1,195
1,089
1,110
891
891
3,243
3,253
6,960
7,004
1,846
1,854
4,635
4,645

159
159
1,569
1,569
4,316
4,316


7,501
7,325
871
787
21,741
19,786
10,930
11,933
7,421
7,395
3,703
3,404
17,321
14,473
17,486
17,008
1,908
1,532
1,358
1,207
1,274
1,169
2,835
2,606
9,006
8,498
2,623
2,430

5,937
5,442
48
46
1,546
1,450
3,990
3,443


$145,635
144,252
21,348
22,415
182,077
185,614
24,939
25,114
26,284
24,449
147,989
149,004
28,648
27,182
112,017
115,101
19,392
19,147

319,203
333,983
148,315
154,214
119,395
124,449
43,008
46,335
313,429
308,265
297,769
289,085
28,514
29,936
24,736
23,129
20,535
20,302

50,575
51,114
146,433
129,368
44,368
44,350

77,422
78,855
2,675
2,921

33,305
35,276
84,605
80,366


Percent increase computed on unite 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.
d Decrease or deficit.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1951 0 900175


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Miles
of road
operated
at close
of month



(al


12,853
11,968

50,239
53,380
7,617
7,368
147,287
157,043
63,031
69,539
47,743
49,858
18,203
19,787
130,684
124,784
128,387
125,496
12,381
12,624
11,159
9,693
8,042
7,351
20,202.
19,797
64,242
56,691
18,331
17,635
33,061
33,394
907
972
12,949
14,195

35,092
32,337


Net
rdailway
oper-
ating
income


S- i


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


-iv


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
atof oper-
ating
revenues

( )


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
f oaper-
ating
revenues

( ).


$7,926
1,700
3,300
2,337
18,346
10,588
1,620
867
8,734
6,784
23,409
20,321

2,563
2,075
19,825
10,888

3,504
2,075
76,834
50,844
30,261
17,831
17,316
18,200
8,666
7,636
43,991
26,927
37,020
16,135
8,205
3,874
2,706
2,148

7,527
8,301

7,993
6,952
25,242
13,148
8,808
5,895
12,760
9,139

403
10,620
9,157
11,603
11,495


84.7
90.8
70.4
75.8
79.2
84.5
81.9
86.6
57.9
63.5
72.8
75.5
80.5
82.3
74.4
83.2
71.2
79.1
67.1
75.3
68.8
76.9
73.3
73.2
72.2
76.6
72.8
79.9
72.0
79.1
64.4
80.5
81.1
83.1
57.1
55.8
71.7
73.9
74.5
82.5
68.9
77.8
75.4
80.7
68.7
69.9
58.0
63.6
72.6
73.9


33.8
35.6
33.8
34.3
31.5
34.8
28.2
30,2
26.3
33.3
3 .6
34:.8
36.1
36.2

33.4
38.6
27.9
30.4
31.0
35.4
29.2
34.7
29.3
29.3
30.6
32.7
30.4
32.3
31.0
34.3
27.9
33.9
36.6
34.9
22.4
20.2
28.6
28.6

32.7
36.2
28.5
30.9
32.2
34.2
23.3
23.3
22.5
25.6
30.1
29.7


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