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Title: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
Series Title: Statement ;
Portion of title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
Physical Description: v. : ; 29-45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Publisher: The Bureau
Place of Publication: Washington, D.C
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
Numbering Peculiarities: Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
Issuing Body: Issued Sept. 1927-Apr. 1942 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics; May 1942-Nov. 1956 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
General Note: Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
General Note: "Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
General Note: Title from caption.
Statement of Responsibility: Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
lccn - sn 88029200
ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00122
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310875 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION r1
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


Statement No. M-150
DECEMBER 1950


FB THE MQMNH OF DECEMBER 1950 AND 1949 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER 1950 AND 1949
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Mild Freight Passenger Percent Pert Perent Ae FreightPassenger Percent Percent
operated Depreio- ra at perng mainte- trans Region, road and year of road Depreci- Nt Oper- mainte- tran-
at close All atilon in- railway eating nanos portation operated railway atlng nano portation
SPer- Per- Total ma e luded oper- ratio expenses expenses Per- Per- All ation in- r ratio expenses ene
Amount Per-n Aoun c otal inte inpre- Total ting (per- of oper of oper-Amount en nt Total in pre- Total per of ope- of per
u cnnt mount needing iooe cent) eating ating in- Amount ln-nanne income cent) atina
crease rease column revenues revenues creareaseorease coludng revenues revenues
re.s orla.. c revenues revenues
) (b) (0) (d) (e) (f) (K) (h) (i) (0 ) () ()I ) (m) (n) 1 o) (D) (q) (r) )(0) (t) I (u) (, v) (v) w
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Honey items in thousands of dollars)
203,794 $624,945 17.3 $76,601 6.8 $869,530 $249,909 $37,224 $604,996 $106,772 69.6 28.7 5.5 1950 Total--Roads listed herein .................1950 24,42 $7,257,220 10.9 $782,411 5. $8844115 $2797319 $417,641 $6,617,46 $955,586 74.8 31.6
204,108 532,993 71,727 662,534 216,443 33,863 533,444 61,998 80.5 32.? 41.0a 1949 New England Region: 1949 204,310 6,546,144 826,531 8,012,647 2,698,960 396,468 6,457,640 632,593 80.6 33.7
1,702 5,312 .6 966 d 4.1 8,816 2,193 295 6,118 1,480 69.4 24.9 39.8 1950 Boston & Maine .......................... 195 1,711 65,402 6.0 11,582 d 11.1 86,581 26329 3,654 66,816 6954 772 30. 41.2
1,712 5,281 1,008 7,088 2,349 300 5,870 476 82.8 33.1 44.3 1949 1949 1,734 61,722 13,033 82,239 26,486 3,457 67,092 4,984 81.6 32.2 43.5
1,794 7,349 12.0 4,304 d .4 15,10 3,72 589 10,001 1,230 66.6 24.8 36.8 1950 New York, New Haven & Hartford ..........1950 1,795 88,739 9.7 46,681 d 150,765 43,346 7,107 115,076 10,903 76.3 28.8 41.
1,797 6,560 4,551 12,270 4,208 963 10,458 d 41 85.2 34.3 43.5 1949 Great Lakes Region: 1949 1,798 80,860 50,223 144,691 43,874 7,188 117,145 7,529 81.0 30.3 42.5
79 428 10.3 172 4848 1,43 195 3,492 1,611950 Delaare & Hudson .......................190 794 51,135 11.0 1,966 d 11.6 54,835 18,346 2.1702,136 198 6.8 335
3,891 187 4,206 1,407 178 3,463 631 82.3 33.5 3.1 1949 1949 794 46,083 2,225 --49.698 17,748[ 2.000[ 41,450 4,049 83.4 35.7
966 5,729 12.9 945 4.2 8,437 1,851 409 5,586 1,614 66.2 21.9 39.4 1950 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western .......... 1950 967 64,690 .9 9,84 d 1.4 82,344 23,243 4,874 63,995 9,048 77. 28.2
968 5,073 907 6,532 1,634 396 5,057 ?34 77.4 25.0 45.9 1949 1949 969 64,138 9,949 80,477 24,048 4,571 64,986 7,178 80.8 29.9 45,1
2,245 12,610 18.0 735 13.8 14,705 3,279 426 9,977 1,929 67.8 22.3 39.1 1950 Erie ....................................1950 2,231 146,847 12.0 7,308 166,190 4037 7,195 121,610 19,473 73.2 26.7 39.9
2,231 10,687 646 12,185 3,370 639 9,550 1,267 78.4 27.7 43.3 1949 1949 2,230 131,128 7,576 149,110 47,076 7,385 121,569 i0,556 81.5 31.6 42.6
9?4 4,404 24.4 266 19.2 5,096 1,341 197 3,79 569 74.3 6.3 43.8 1950 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 1950 972 50,649 21.9 2,382 3.5 57,339 17,144 2,315 43,157 8,352 75.3 29.9 40.8
971 3,541 223 4,o63 1,159 189 3,123 656 76.9 28.5 43.1 1949 1949 971 41,559 2,302 46,987 15,900 2,249 39,512 3,268 84.1 33.8 44.7
1,229 5,255 7.5 392 d 1.6 6,274 2,76 303 5,642 655 89.9 44.0 4.0 1950 Lehigh Valley ........................... 1950 1,247 64,150 3.8 3,618 8.9 71,236 21,917 3,375 54,738 8,401 76.8 30.8 40.0
1,252 4,887 399 5,535 1,923 289 4,761 148 86.0 34.7 44.4 1949 1949 1,252 61,811 3,973 69,181 21,776 3,474 56,574 5,584 81.8 31.5 43.7
10,733 45,791 6.1 11,965 5.0 83,041 26,869 3,155 63,344 4,811 76.3 32.4 38.9 1950 New York Central ........................ 1950 10,733 544,621 8.7 116,597 d 4.8 759,685 250,403 38,416 632,848 37,475 83.3 33.0 44.2
10,722 43,143 11,392 60,984 16,877 3,122 50,177 5,912 82.3 27.7 47.9 1949 1949 10,722 500,919 122,451 --697,304 229,702 35,982 597,038 32,295 85.6 32.9 45.8
2,192 12,915 21.4 195 47.7 13,653 2,690 425 7,356 2,181 53.9 19.7 28.6 1950 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ........... 1950 2,192 140,145 15.1 1,779 18.0 146,924 38,226 5,119 94,255 25,190 64.2 26.0 32.6
2,192 10,639 132 11,079 2,581 432 7,143 2,109 64.5 23.3 34.8 1949 1949 2,192 121,795 1,507 127,365 37,oo006 4,902 90,233 19,163 70.8 29.1 35.4
221 3,503 20.1 113 25.8 3,848 1,334 291 3300 436 85.8 347 4.7 1950 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................. 1950 221 39,150 14.5 929 d 5.5 41835 15,692 2,857 33,843 7,258 80.9 37.5 36.1
221 2,918 90 3,162 1,253 258 2,579 686 81.6 39.6 32.9 1949 1949 221 34,182 982 36.767 16,113 2,886 32,997 5.791 89.7 43.8 37.7
2,393 ,564 11.2 496 13.3 9,46 1,665 376 6,062 1,250 67. 18.4 1.4 1950 Wabash .................................. 1950 2,393 91,608 12.2 4,787 d3.7 104,358 26,558 4,274 75,339 11,396 72.2 25.4 40.1
2,393 6,804 438 7,839 1,925 336 5,791 991 73.9 24.6 41.9 1949 1949 2,393 81,645 4,972 93,643 26,880 3,769 73,620 7,547 78.6 28.7 42.6
Central Eastern Region:
6,188 30,715 17.8 2,375 13.9 36,408 11,800 1,431 29,864 2,155 82.0 32.4 43.2 1950 Baltimore & Ohio ........................ 1950 6,201 353,483 12.7 22,285 1.7 402,542 137,886 16,727 324,576 34,142 80.6 34.3 40.2
6,202 26,077 2,085 30,061 9,193 1,578 24,141 2,797 80.3 30.6 42.9 1949 1949 6,202 313,561 21,923 356,708 117,344 16,519 293,358 27,887 82.2 32.9 42.4
410 2,689 16.2 470 d 4.9 3,510 1,107 149 3,139 d 22 89.4 31.5 51.6 1950 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ......... 1950 410 31,607 11.2 5,859 d 6.0 40,192 12,573 1,762 34,689 d 95 86.3 31.3 48.
411 2,314 495 3,021 933 147 2,899 d-521 96.0 30.9 54.1 1949 1949 415 28,425 6,233 36,970 11,722 1,739 33,640 d 4 7 91.0 31.7 51.
210 1,545 16.9 I8 41.3 1,683 871 79 1,419 463 84.3 51.8 28.8 195o Central R. R. Co. of Pennsylvania ....... 1950 212 18,787 13.2 102 d 39.4 19,496 6,462 919 12,737 9,251 65.3 33.1 28.3
212 1,321 14 1,371 435 74 953 590 69.5 31.7 33.4 1949 1949 212 16,597 169 17,185 4,940 888 11,139 8,472 64.8 28.7 31.5
886 2,020 19.0 325 10.6 3,471 796 140 2,056 785 59.2 22.9 28.5 1950 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .............. 1950 891 23 887 10.0 2,883 d 16.1 30,577 7.944 1,421 21945 4,473 71.8 26.0 36.8
909 1,697 294 2,230 590 155 1,882 222 84.4 26.5 47.3 1949 1949 909 21:714 3,436 -- 27,812 8,846 1,372 23,622 1,188 84.9 31.8 42.6
238 3,056 4.8 3,800 752 110 2,747 d 793 72.3 19.8 48.3 1950 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................. 1950 238 40,357 17.4 48,910 9,794 1,307 27,414 7,569 56.1 20.0 32.5
238 2,916 3,573 809 236 2,249 369 62.9 22.7 36.1 1949 1949 238 34,374 41,821 11,160 1,396 27,333 5,870 65.4 26.7 34.7
365 1,066 d- 2,472 d 3.4 3,937 849 205 4,579 d 1.246 116.3 21.6 91.1 1950 Long Island 4............................ 1950 365 13,738 2.8 33,029 d 4.1 49,316 15,165 2,317 42,872 d 2.15 86.9 30.8 52.7
365 1,073 2,559 3,803 1,643 120 3,322 d 218 87.3 43.2 42.0 1949 1949 375 13,361 34,432 49,996 16,191 2,541 44,405 d 302 88.8 32.4 52.6
10,112 56,029 13.7 14,312 5.1 97,853 43,535 4,005 84,138 4,112 86.0 44.5 37.4 1950 Pennsylvania ............................ 1950 10,117 685,833 10.8 142,374 d 4.6 930,141 347,748 45,411 784,528 57,873 84.3 37.4 41.8
10,118 49,262 13,622 69,764 25,586 2,709 60,832 158 87.2 36.7 45.2 1949 1949 10,140 619,091 149,242 848,211 295,451 44,949 729,414 37,178 86.0 34.8 45.4
1,317 9,338 16.8 624 d3.8 10,810 3,994 526 8,877 990 82.1 36.9 40.7 1950 Reading ................................. 1950 1,317 105,543 9.3 6,629 d 11.4 118,952 41,955 6,143 93,530 12,992 78.6 35.3 9.0
1,319 7,997 649 9,167 3,517 503 8,141 938 88.8 38.4 45.7 1949 1949 1,324 96,582 7,478 109,747 39,873 5,903 91,266 9,379 83.2 36.3 2.0
837 3,831 32.6 11 d 2.1 4,045 1,116 206 2,588 774 64.0 27.6 32.0 1950 Western Maryland ........................ 1950 837 40,065 8.2 110 d 18.4 41,875 13,523 2,471 28,621 8,095 68.3 32.3 30.2
837 2,888 11 3,050 989 200 2,154 611 70.6 32.4 32.2 1949 1949 836 37,044 134 38,937 13,o64 2,333 27,749 6,711 71.3 33.5 31.4
5,116 25,503 30.5 900 21.2 28,016 7,292 1,894 18,366 722 65.6 26.0 33.5 1950 Chesapeake & Ohio ....................... 1950 5.118 296,064 17.7 8,165 d .15. 318,677 100,049 19,310 221,010 45,879 69.U 31.4 32.1
5,118 19,538 742 21,197 6,883 1,596 16,651 1,583 78.6 32.5 38.6 1949 1949 5,109 251,549 9,652 273,959 100,038 17,950 219,379 25,835 80.1 36.5 36.4
2,126 13,561 16.7 569 24.0 16,945 4,431 838 9,951 3,394 58.7 26.1 27.8 1950 Norfolk & Western ....................... 1950 2,128 154,985 13.2 4,770 d 1.2 167,996 56,802 10,023 116,410 29,059 69.3 33.8 29.9
2,129 11,621 459 12,710 4,100 822 9,268 2,082 72.9 32.3 34.1 1949 1949 2,129 136,902 5,498 148,947 54,734 9,532 114,044 20,794 76.6 36.7 33.3
Southern Region:
5,452 9,858 15.1 1,742 11.0 14,955 4,370 530 10,277 2,103 68.7 29.2 33.1 1950 Atlantic Coast Line ..................... 1950 5 505 104,942 9.2 16,524 d 6.1 133,658 46,543 5,723 107,041 9,817 80.1 34.8 8.0
5,526 8,568 1,570 11,170 3,088 415 8,541 1,188 76.5 27.6 40.8 1949 1949 5,544 96,136 17,597 122,992 43,004 4,945 104,217 6,754 84.7 35.0 41.9
1,815 2,958 25.6 239 10.9 4,133 1,002 126 2,880 931 69.7 24.2 38.6 1950 Central of Georgia ...................... 1950 1,815 32,999 12.6 2,546 d 5.9 39,061 12,731 1,452 33,382 2,523 85.5 32.6 44.3
1,815 2,355 215 2,848 1,033 118 2,733 d 145 96.0 36.3 50.5 1949 1949 1,815 29,314 2,705 34,866 11,596 1,393 31,730 214 91.0 33.3 48.2
336 3,453 25.2 181 28.6 4,593 1,041 167 2,113 890 46.0 22.7 19.3 1950 anm., New Orleans & Texas Pacific ....... 1950 337 36,920 15.0 2,064 d..5 41,690 11,868 1,742 25,052 8,289 60.1 28.5 26.7
337 2,759 141 3,101 952 127 1,960 567 63.2 30.7 27.4 1949 1949 337 32,117 2,073 36,180 11,694 1,513 24,451 6,225 67.6 32.3 29.8
2,898 6,122 16.2 504 5.4 7,157 2,127 467 4,862 1,019 67.9 29.7 30.9 1950 Gulf Mobile & Ohio ...................... 1950 2,898 67,074 7.0 4,854 d 8.5 78,428 25,321 4,261 55,153 9,311 70.3 32.3 30.1
2,901 5,270 478 6,200 2,238 351 4,738 590 76.4 36.1 31.5 1949 1949 2,901 62,675 5,305 73,032 25,718 3,966 55,692 7,009 76.3 35.2 32.3
6,539 20,168 19.3 2,085 d 2.3 28,99 5,200 1,107 16,167 9,584 56.7 18.2 33.9 1950 Illinois Central ........................ 1950 6,542 224,419 10.1 21,530 d 10.3 275,968 86,990 13,248 200,311 37,669 72.6 31.5 35.3
6,543 16,910 2,135 21,701 6,309 1,099 15,731 2,663 72.5 29.1 37.2 1949 1949 6,546 203,743 24,003 253,786 86,682 12,912 196,200 25,185 77.3 34.2 36.7
4,778 14,748 11.5 1,419 16.0 18,336 5,533 893 12,656 1,925 69.0 30.2 33.9 1950 Louisville & Nashville .................... 1950 4,779 176,205 15.3 12,538 d 7.8 203,017 65,061 9,892 150,685 26,031 74.2 32.0 7.0
4,780 13,223 1,224 15,528 5,304 843 12,134 1,526 78.1 34.2 38.5 1949 1949 4,776 152,781 13,596 177,397 64,612 9,495 149,457 12,836 84.3 36.4 41.9
1,049 2,499 14.4 186 8.0 3,320 798 160 2,126 748 64.0 24.0 34.7 1950 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ...... 1950 1,049 29,907 10.9 1,748 d 15.9 35,799 10,663 1,786 25,819 5,158 72.1 29.8 35.4
1,049 2,184 173 2,653 664 131 1,874 449 70.7 25.0 38.9 1949 1949 1,049 26,968 2,079 32,057 9,761 1,493 25,200 3,422 78.6 30.4 40.2
4,146 9,899 14.7 1,405 7.0 14,490 3,669 521 8,824 2,910 60.9 25.3 29.7 1950 Seaboard Air Line ....................... 1950 4,146 109,875 11.0 14,027 d 6.1 135,537 43,260 6,015 98,822 17,361 72.9 31.9 34.0
4,146 8,632 1,312 10,882 3,558 478 8,494 1,284 78.1 32.7 38.q 1949 1949 4,151 98,944 14,943 122,894 42,605 5,886 98,870 11,049 80.5 34.7 37.9
6,344 18,335 12.0 1,298 d 10.4 26,625 5,952 868 14,877 5,294 55.9 22.4 29.0 1950 Southern ................................ 1950 6,346 201,941 13.1 16,408 Ld8.6 239,906 72,663 10,522 168,558 31,933 70.3 30.3 34.3
6,195 16,371 1,448 __19,408 5,362 881 13,184 2,943 67.9 27.6 34.7 1949 1949 6.324 178570 I 17,961 212,772 71,393 10,080 166,439 21,864 78.2 33.6 38.4


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
d Decrease or defleit.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


Operating revenues


Freight Passenger


Per- Per-
Mount ant Amount sent


(b) ()_ (d) (e)


FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 1950 AND 1949
~ ... . r T 7 T


Total


Operating expenses


Depreci-'
All atlon in-
mainte- clouded Total
nance in pre-
ceding
column %f

( ) (I)


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


Oper-
ating
ratio
(Per-
cent


W l


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(1)


1 ---.- F I
FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITR DEODINER 1950 AND 1949


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(m)


Region, road, and year




(n)


Average

of road
operated



I(0)


FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER 1950 AND 1949
1 1 1


Operating revenues
Freight Passenger

Per Per
cent oun cent Total
Amount in- Amount in-
crease crease

( ) (q) (r) (la) (t)


Operating expenses

Depreci-
ation in-
All eluded
mainte- in pre- Total
nanoe ceding
column

(u) (v) (w)


us I (g) (h) 1 j 1


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


Miles
of road
operated
at olo0s
of month



Ia)


7,923
8,075
1,476
1,480

10,671
10,671
1,617
1,617
564
564

8,316
8,317
3,224
3,224

6,904
6,889

1,051
1,051

13,074
13,096

8,830
8,873
7,601
7,619
2,387
2,413
8,129
8,142
9,720
9,721
1,195
1,195

1,089
1,110
891
891

3,243
3,253
6, 960
6,969
1,846
1,846
4,635
4,645

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


4.8

4.5

15.9

8.5

105.2

36.3

18.2

22.7

9.4

20.8

41.4

1.1

23.8

22.1

29.1

38.1

29.0

.3

9.8

17.1

16.3

11.8

23.8

7.1

10.4


$11,322
10,799

2,615
2,J03
17,160
14,805
2,531
2,332
661
322

17,052
12,512
2,494
2,111
12,508
10,196

1,981
1,810

37,821
31,297
19,817
14,018
11,764
11,635

5.864
:,738

32,787
26,842
35,820
27,737
4,671
3,382
2,750
2,132
2,918
2,910
5,456
4,971

16,235
13,867
5,168
.4,445
8,511
7,611
350
282
4,774
4,457
9,801
8,879


$2,029
1,734

24
19
1,810
1,666
211
202
2
3
1,019
946
81
97
697
586
45
37
4,069
3.983
1,689
1,447

1,978
1,825

294
222

3,695
3,002
2,961
2,683
216
220

237
176
173
133
606
410
1,112
978
447
423
640
514

15
10
100
80

777
732


17.0
















19.0

23.3

2.2


4.5



32.7
2.2









23.1

10.4




34.8

29.9

47.9

13.7

5.8

24.4

54.7

23.8

6.2


S I I


$16,884 $4,779
14,262 4,688


2,844
2,737
25,429
18,390

35,295
2,768
762
390
24,165
14,851

2,774
2,387
16,710
11,801
2,176
2,014
46,779
39,434

29,60o4
17,424
16,695
14,672
6,541
5,211

39,815
32,539

51,428
33,375
5.044
3,690
3,910
2,772
3,401
3,341
7,055
5,970
25,768
16,486

6,325
5,415
11,797
8.878
406
318
5,099
4,739
11,464
10,289


923
839

6,821
6,676

819
670
1,331
1,421

,675
6,321

1,061
1,217
3,631
4,444

703
782

13,703
13,281

4,794
5,142
3,963
4,343
1,695
1,497
12,103
12,404
11,611
11,252

1,136
1,087
1,114
925

945
735

1,775
1,732

5,64
1.603
1,610
2,779
3,143
90
109
1,047
1,105

3,762
3,504


$1,120 $13,680
1,103 12,678


133
136
1,209
1,166

1149
129
130

892
841

131
116
682
693

86
78
2,023
1,889
1,012
1,122

65o
699

347
358
1,602
1,437
3,025
1,427
176
265
122
121
128
115
266
271
841
805
247
240
580
517
4
4
142
134

456
371


1,993
1,921
17,573
16,498
2,528
2,242
2,673
1,988
14,136
12,948

2,638
2,466
9,828
10,083
1,914
1,817

31,595
29,152
13,649
13,051
11,311
10,919
4,140
4,204

30,405
28,515
29,245
28,838
2,835
2,603
2,488
2,033
2,233
1,938
4,648
4,331
14,897
13,214
4,328
4,073
6,944
7,125
226
291
3,040
2,976
8,876
7,687


$1,206
1,083
403
329

3,594
352
431
366

d 2.078
d 1.173
4,024
224



2,864
3,130

41
4,379
4,806
7,545
1,789
2,619
1,634

1,279
687
3,545
1,073
7,109
5,573
1,179
671
1,022
563
420
680
1,104
732
6,417
3,054
836
511
2,805
1,076
70
d 27
530
731
1,374
1,016


81.0
88.9
70.1
70.2
69.1
89.7

76.7
81.0
350,8
510.3

58.5
87.2

95.1
103.3
58.8
85.4

87.9
90.2
67.5
73.9
46.1
74.9

6.7
74.4
63.3
80.7
76.4
87.6

56.9
86.4
56.2
70.5
63.6
73.3
65.7
58.0
65.9
72.5
62.7
80.2
68.4
75.2
58.9
80.2
55.8
91.5
59.6
62.8

77.4
74.7


30.7
26.8
36.3
24.8
24.2
174.7
364.9

23.5
42.6

38.2
51.0
21.7
37.7

32.3
38.8

29.3
33.7
16.2
29.5

23.7
29.6
25.9
28.7
30.4
38.1
22.6
33.7



22.0
29.0
28.1
34.2


25.2


29.7
23.6
35.4
22.2
34.3
20.5
23.3
32.8
34.1


46.7
48.4

31.1
32.6
36.8
46.3
46.6
50.5

164.5
131.5
30.0
38.6
50.2
45.3
31.9
40.7
47.8
43.7
32.0
33.3
26.2
39.2

37.5
37.1
30.8
36.5
9.8
41.8
29.5
44.1

25.5
32.4

30.9
34.2
30.8
29.0

33.5
35.3
30.4
40.3

35.9
37.6
29.4
37.6

26.7
48.8

33.1
32.6
38.2
33.8


Northwestern Region:
1950 Chicago & North Western. .................. 1950
1949 1949
1950 Chicago Great Western..................... 1950
1949 1949

1950 Chicago, Milwaukee, St.Paul & Pacific .... 1950
1949 1949
190 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneaolis Omaha ... 190
1949 1949
1950 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............. 1950
1949 1949

1950 Great Northern ........................... 1950
1949 1949

1950 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Bts. Marie 1950
1949 1949
1950 Northern Pacific.......................... 1950
1949 1949

1950 Wisconsin Central # ...................... 1950
1949 1949
Central Western Region:
1950 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Feas/ .......... 1950
1949 1949

190 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .............. 190
1949 1949
1950 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific ........... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Denver & Rio Grands Western .............. 1950
1949 1949

1950 Southern Pacific Co.....-................ 1950
1949 1949
1950 Union Pacific ............................ 1950
1949 1949

1950 Western Pacific .......................... 1940
Southwestern Region:
1950 International Great Northern # ........... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Kansas City Southern ..................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .............. 1950
1949 1949

1950 Missouri Pacifio#......................... 1950
1949 19 9

19V Texas & Pacific ..........................1950

1950 St. Louis-San Francisco .................... 1950
1949 1949
1950 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ..........1950
1949 1949

1950 St. Louis Southwestern LI.nes ............ 1950
1949 1949
1950 Texas & New Orleans ...................... 1950
IM01949


8,001
8,076
1,477
1,490
10,671
10,671
1,617
1,617
562
573
8,316
8,318

3,224
3,224
6,899
6,889
1,051
1,051

13,073
13,102
8,843
8,767
7,610
7,621
2,408
2,425
8,142
8,160
9,720
9,724
1,195
1,195
1,098
1,110
891
891

3,246
3,253
6,965
7,002
1,846
1,854
4,636
4,645
159
159
1,569
1,569
4,316
4,316


$145,790
132,937
30,578
29,774
209,924
195,729
28,623
26,881

39,397
33,113
195,580
184,062

34,743
32,042
147,282
131,154

27,101
24,056
422,155
391,244

199,933
179,803
144,446
150,251
60,030oo
59,435
395,779
348,036
389,290
332,655
45,609
36,840
26,636
25,610
34,192
35,297

65,160
64,640
186,103
147,234
59,113
52,551
98,707
92,211

,910
,108
59,121
57,139
110,251
103,052


9.7

2.7

7.3

6.5

19.0

6.3

8.4

12.3


12.7

7.9

11.2




1.0

13.7

17.0


23.8

11.8

d 3.1

.8


26.4

12.5

7.0

d 4.8

3.5

7.0


$20,716
21,850
245
335
17,539
19,421
2,109
2,371
20
52
11,068
11,688
1,063
1,352
6,230
7,356
443
578
44,813
47,927

17,680
17,819
18,110
21,133
3,059
3,174
38,949
39,806
33,160
32,401
2,589
2,866
2,166
1,860
1,419
1,274

4,728
4,565

10,795
10,325
4,718
4,665
6,042
6,496
123
127
628
784
8,111
8,654


S52.3
d 26.8



















S916.5
d 11.4

d 60.6




d 21.3

d 15.3









d 14.3

d 3.6

d 2.2

2.3

d 9.6

16.5

11.4

3.6

4.6

1.1

d 7.0




d 19.9

d 6.3


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


$188,901
173,141

33,151
32,291

255,422
238,021
33,758
31,781
46,176
38,904
227,516
212,267

38,370
35,431
167,228
150,176
29,431
26,216

522,676
482,754
245,248
217,997
179,652
184,657
66,123
65,689
470,230
418,445
465,284
398,823
49,348
40,882

34,408
30,591

39,354
39,746
77,582
75,130
220,366
173,224

70,731
62,441
114,471
106,566
4,900
4,494
62,526
60,175
128,033
119,074


$62,959
61,267
11,160
10,969

79,333
83,049
9,400
9,434
13,268
14,232
74,058
75,109
13,914
13,185
53,869
57,824
8,320
8,149
160,990
170,324
67,824
74,681

51,705
54,200
19,898
21,284
142,787
137,187
139,998
136,748

13,517
13,711
12,273
10,617

8,987
8,085
21,978
21,529

70,917
62,335
19,934
19,245
35,840
36,537
998
1,081
13,996
15,300
38,854
35,841


$12,984
11,979
1,609
1,531
14,348
13,637
1,610
1,559
1,521
1,613

10,338
9,536
1,536
1,464

8,183
8,018
958
865
23,764
21,674
11,942
13,055
8,071
8,093
4,050
3,761
18,923
15,910
20,510
18,435
2,083
1,797
1,480
1,329
1,402
1,284

3,101
2,878
9,846
9,304
2,870
2,670
6,517
5,959
53
50
1,688
1,584
4,446
3,815


$159,315
156,929
23,341
24,336
199,651
202,112
27,466
27,356

28,957
26,437
162,124
161,952

31,286
29,649
121,845
125,184
21,306
20,965

350,797
363,135
161,965
167,266
130,706
135,368
47,149
50,539
343,834
336,780
327,014
317,923
31,348
32,539
27,224
25,162
22,768
22,240

55,223
55,444
161,330
142,582
48,696
48,424
84,366
85,980
2,901
3,212
36,345
38,252
93,481
88,053


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


#IeotoIrse Ieo trs


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


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE :1951 O 900175


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Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


(ix)


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


(Y)


Percent
mainte-
nance
.expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(z)


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(aa)


$9,133
2,783

3,702
2,666
21,940
10,939
2,051
1,232
6,656
5,611

27,433
20,545
2,400
1,931
22,690
14,018
3,489
2,091
81,213
55,649
37,807
19,620

19,934
19,835
9,945
8,324
47,537
28,000
44,129
21,707
9,384
4,545

3,728
2,711
7,947
8,981
9,097
7,684

31,659
16,202

9,645
6,406
15,565
10,215
403
376
11,149
9,888
12,977
12,511


84.3
90.6
70.4
75.4
78.2
84.9
81.4
86.1
62.7
68.0

71.3
76.3
81.5
83.7
72.9
83.4
72.4
80.0
67.1
75.2
66.0
76.7
72.8
73.3
71.3
76.9
73.1
80.5
70.3
79.7
63.5
79.6
79.1
82.3

57.9
56.o

71.2
73.8
73.2
82.3
68.8
77.6

73,7
80.7
67.5
71.5
58.1
63.6

73.0
73.9


33.3
35.3
33.7
34.0
31.1
34.9
27.8
29.7
28.7
36.6
32.6
35.4
36.3
37.2
32.2
38.5
28.3
31.1
30.8
35.3
27.7
34.3
28.8
29.4

30.1
32.4
30.4
32.8
30.1
34.3
27.4
33.5
35.7
34.7
22.8
20.3
28.3
28.7
32.2
36.0
28.2
30.8
31.3
34.3


2 .1
22.4
25.4

30.3
30.1


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