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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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statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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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.
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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Statem No. M-150
FEBRUARY 1951


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


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1951 AND 1950 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARy 1951 AND1950
1ll- O^' peratlng reTenuea Operating expenses ------------------------------------- -- ---_____
IseOperating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
operated Freight Passenger Percent Percent AveageFreht Passenger percent Percent
at lose Depreoi Net Oper- mainte- trans- miles Freight Passenger Pernt Per
of month ation in- railway sting canoe portation Region, road and year of road Depreol- rlet Oper- mOnte- trans-
Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses operated aton In- lrailay sting nanoe portation
sent ent Total salnte- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- r- Per- et oluded oper- ratio expenses expeeTtal
Amount in- Asount in- nanoe eding lnom.e oent) eating sting ent mounent Total ant- in pne- Total sting (per- of oper- of oper-
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((Money items in thousands of dollars)(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
20 86 24.3 6060 10.3 66,86 29222 2,281 13,934 86.1 36.0 3.1 1951 Total--Roads listed herein ................191 20,11 1,212,8 28.5 13,602 11. 87,210 71,19 1,177,89 8 0 80.9 0.9
204,235 2 54,991 54,267 192,400 33,805 U68,966 12,178 86.2 35.4 43.1 1950 Now Eng .nd Region: 1950 204,235 943.651 121,704 1,155,874 399,661 67,562 980,749 41,806 84.8 34.6 42.8
1702 4,962 11.2 942 .6 6,456 2,326 333 51.73 89.7 36.0 7. 1951 Boston & Maine ......................... 1951 1,70 11,3 16.2 ,3 2. 1,185 ,731 666 ,816 32 83.3 33.3
1693753 22 8 34.0 46.5 1950 1950 1,712 9,471 1,898 12,490 4,109 597 10,656 164 85.3 32.9 45.9
1,794 6,813 8.0 3,153 d 11.8 11,088 3,662 591 9,802 88. 33.0 8.3 1951 Nw Tork,NewHaven & Hartford .......... 1951 1,79 14,638 9.3 7.91 .7 2,576 377 1.184 20,022 1,020 81.5 30.0 44.8
1,796 6,311 3576 10,846 2,982 587 8,563 671 79.0 27.5 43.6 1950 1950 1,793 13,392 7,437 22,780 6,119 1,187 17,789 1,694 78.1 26.9 43.
7 4.56 3.8 144 4.306 1,431 195 3,475 373 80.7 33.2 4.8 151 elaware & Hudson ............. ................ 1,5L 7012 31.8 323 d 1.1 9,559 2,929 390 ,13 1.131 74.6 30.6 2
232,987453.23 1.275 177 31013 80 93.2 39.4 46. 1950 1950 46835 326 i,362 2:61S 35 519 83.0 33.6
966 5,158 31.7 1 3.4 6,396 1,915 410 ,41 426 84.4 29.9 48.4 1951 Delaware, Lackawanna & Weetern .........1951 966 11,052 31.8 1,643 5.6 137 818 1, 1.
968 3,9 17 3 75 5,101 1,61 4 4 152 90.7 32.2 51.2 1950 1950 968 8,384 1,55 10,862 -18 804 9,623 453 88.6 31.5 49.9
2,245 12,101 30.6 515 3.2 13,94 3,665 630 10,282 1,198 76.8 27.4 41.9 1951 ri ..................................1951 2,245 25,326 28.5 1,189 11.0 28,235 7,316 1,263 21 2913 74 .5 2.9 41.4
2,231 9,267 499 10,12 2,995 627 8,476 852 81.4 28.8 44.2 1950 1950 2,231 19,706 1.072 22,077 6,355 1,250 17, 1,815 80,8 28.8 44.2
974 3 30.0 206 37.3 4:360 1,29 185 3,405 497 781 2948 2 9 1951 Grand Tuk Western....................1951 97 8,089 26.9 436 38.9 9289 2:752 370 7212 1,136 77.6 29.6 3:1
1,229 1 29.4 262 d116 5,651 1888 55 ,740 383 33.4 439 19 Lehigh Valley..........................1951 1,22 11120 31.3 616 d 5 12268 16 1,163 10,002 1,020 81.5 33.9 41.4
1,252 3,6 297 4,474 1,464 293 3,998 d 82 89. 32.8 48,6 1950 1950 1,252 8,470 619 9,535 3,044 580 8,304 41 87.1 31.9 47.5
10,727 40,570 18.9 7,741 d 1.9 3,756 21,324 3,12 54,984 d 8 102.3 39.7 54.9 1951 ew ork Central ....................... 1951 10,727 91,828 22.6 18,6 3.0 122 810 44,654 6264 114,5 93.3 36.4
10,729 34,133 7,892 7124 17,60 3,124 45,198 95.9 37.3 50.5 1950 1 ,729 74883 18,1103,850 37,040 6,204 95427 92.2 35.7


l 61' 5 F 2400 01 9 1 9 P t tabur7h 4 ,88 3 18 E0 *6 L 5 4 1 23 . 1 5
2,192 ,746 10.8 164 4.0 10,264 3,398 426 8,031 948 8.2 33.1 3 8.5 1951 New York, Chicago & St. Louis 19.9 ..........1951 219 23 293 26..024386 6966 849 513 2,745 71.8 28.6 37
2,192 8795 11 9171 2,756 428 6,54 1,382 71.2 30.1 34.1 1950 1950 2,192 18,436 19233 5,972 830 2,673 72.9 31.0 35.0
221 3,318 61.5 78 24.0 3,577 1,502 247 3,264 468 91.3 42.0 42.0 1951 Pittsburgh & Lake rie.................. 1931 221 7,207 52.4 178 23.4 7,754 3,158 500 6.683 1,156 86.2 40.7 .
221 2,055 63 2,203 973 250 2.231 217 101.3 44.2 46.4 1950 1950 221 4,728 146 5,073 2,065 501 4,675 774 92.2 40.3 4:.3
2,93 7,2 12.3 368 17.1 8,216 2,093 38 6,205 598 75.5 5.5 44.0 1951 Wabash .......... ...... ..............1951 2,39 15,791 19.9 868 24.1,40460 13101 1,631 73.0 2.5 2.1
2,393 6, 314 7,21 1949 337 5,594 552 77.3 26.9 44.4 1950 Central asternino 1950 2393 13,174 699 ,088 73692 987 78.7 27.5 44







; j:^ Elg, Jolit E: .01aetnrn ................ R 1.o n 1 1
6,188 27,44 40.6 1 3 34.0 31076 1194 1357 2,522 1,512 6 7.3 44. 1951 altimor & Ohio...................... 1951 188841 35.7 3,979 23.7 66511 2335 2 6358 4,621 84.7 1 43.0
202 19,53 6 1 22,302 6985 1,373 19,265 1,351 86.4 3....1.3 46.5 1950 1950. 6,202 43,367 3,217 49,562 16,990 2743 3,525 2,281 87.8 34. 31.5
410 2,454 27.5 4226 d33.8 3,0122 1,0186 C 3,150 23 001 d 96.1 32.6 56.6 1951 Central R. R Co. of ew Jersey........1951 410 479 318 900 d 2.3 6,862208 298 63135 92.0 322 3.4
411 1,925 442 2,520 836 145 243196.5 3.2 55. 1950 1950 11 156 921 5,419 1,718 290 5,043 9..1 31.7 53.8
210 1,287 19.0 7 5.2 1,321 551 79 1,070 80 810 41.7 34.8 1951 central . C. of Pensylvani ......1951 210 293 30.3 1 0 1 26 76.3 38 3 3
212 1.082 7 1.6 25 74 865 474 77.5 38.1 34,2 1950 1950 212 2,316 17 2,390 860 146 1,790 1,054 74.9 36.0 33.9
886 2 004 29.7 251 15.0 2 67 1 1, 99 4 1165 85 1951 & tern Illinois............. 1951 88 6 ,333 13. 1 9 1
906 1:545 28 33 1 5 1 1 150 9 ,22 ...................... 5 .3 .7







6 128 507 2 150 1 169 8 2.1n7 : 3.: 179 84 .3 Z5 11.3 .0.
238 2,836 8.9 3729 926 111 2505 225 6.2 24.8 38.1 1951 Elgn, Joliet & Eastern. ................1951 238 6,51 18.1 8,317 1,886 223 643 63.2 22.7 36.
238 2,605 3,302 686 108 1,927 579 58.4 20.8 33.8 1950 1950 238 5,516 6,893 1,411 216 4,4 1,2415 58.6 20.5 34.6
365 1,027 21.0 2,323 d .3 3,542 1,342 196 3,698 104.4 37. 62. 1951 LongIsland #............. .........1951 365 2,254 26.3 4,885 7,566 2,703 392 ?,469 98.7 35.7 59.2















36 8#9 2,329 ,331 1.28 189 0,9 98 ,8.7 Lo3n l & Nashrille ......................... 2 36.1 01.7 3 0 66 3
365 849 2,329 3,331 1,278 189 3,2998.9 38.4 57.4 1950 1950 365 1,785 4,886 6,991 2,597 379 6,840 97.8 37.2 57.7
10,127 50,629 26.4 10,885 4.4 67.591 28,732 3,243 69,683 d2,68Z 103.1 42.5 54.0 1951 Pennsylvania............................1951 10.127 113,134 29.4 25,002 4.7 151,52?7 59,024 6,793 141,607 d 2803 93.5 39.0 48.6
10,118 40,042 10,424 55,730 19,759 3,474 52,100 da2.788 93.5 35.4 51.0 1950 1950 10,118 87,439 23,879 122,511 4,989 ?,037 107,293 2,21Z 87.6 :33.5 47.7















1i.31 3 : "8 .31 9 50 8 1 2 6 N rle 40no 4 S Lou ...... O 1; 23*9 6 35.3 38. 5 18. 9 49 3 20 5:
ti1 l^y o 24 I 50-9 | --4- 2:* ---**- g 22.2 .3 27: 9 Rdn ....
1,31 022 8,19 8.1 18.9 3,20 519 81.8 3.8 1951 Reading ............................1951 1,31 18,03 33.0 1,1 15.020451 6619 035 16,098 04 78.7 32.4 41.9
1317 606 ,9 768 5 00 6,49 344 93 0 0. 69 1950 on1950 1,317 13,54 .995 15 383 5,768 999 13,525 974 87.9 37.5 45.
837 3,601 83.6 7 12.6 3,782 1,272 213 2,713 638 71.8 33.6 32. 1951 Western Maryland ....................... 1951 837 43 73.7 15 17.2 8,101 2,567 420 5,597 1,643 69. 31.7 31.7
837 1,961 6"2,090 815 200 1,772 195 84.8 39.0 32 1950P 1950 837 4 8 13 4,723 1,758 399 3,859 569 81.7 37.2 35.7
5,116 23,151 81.7 591 52,1 24,697 8,458 1,734 19,189 2,652 77.7 34.2 6.8 1951 Chesapeake & Ohio........................1951 s,116 49,679 55.5 1,325 38.7 52,866 17,333 3,389 39,197 5,974 74,1 42.8 35.1
5,118 12,747 388 13.653 7,847 1,585 15,159 d 1.72 111.0 57,5 43.5 1950 1950 5,118 31,949 955 34.0011 1,005 3,123 32,3492 d 236 95.1 4?.1 39.5
2,135 12,758 101.2 453 46.3 13,804 5,32 8o6 10,983 1,688 79,6 38.9 3:6 1951 Norfolk& Western........................1951 2,135 27,956 61.2 902 30.3 30,077 10,808 1,611 22,216 3,960 73.9 35. 32.3
2,129 6,31 309 7,053 3,1 834 .711 de673 109.3 54.5 1950 1950 2:129 17,343 692 18,907 8.536 1,663 17.243 812 91.2 4.1 38.2
5,452 10,210 25.3 2,041 13.3 13,167 5,465 501 11,337 386 86.1 41.5 37.5 1951 Atlantlo Coast Line..................... 1951 5458 21,323 27,3 4,20 13.6 27,454 10.890 1.002 22,8 993 83.4 39.7 3.7
5,528 8,147 1,802 10,753 3,398 421 8,322 1,164 77.4 31,6 38.5 1950 1950 5:527 16,751 3,697 22,115 6,923 851 17,213 2,383 77.8 31.3 39.1
1,815 2,982 24.7 282 33.4 3,508 1,200 146 3.043 92 86.8 34.2 43.9 1951 Central of Georgia.......................1951 1,815 6,206 28.3 840 19.7 7,2611 2,3 277 6,102 3 84.0 32.9 42.9
1,815 2.391 211 2,800 964 116 2,522 8 90.1 6.2 1950 195 1:815 4,838 5,720 19 232 5,218 d 91.2 4.94?0
336 2.767 5.7 237 15.0 3,163 1,203 194 2,287 39 Z 72.3 38.0 28.4 1951 Ci.n., New Orleans & Texas Pacific......151 6 577 11.3 50 16.o 6,617 ::9 388 69.6 3.2 2.8
337 2,617 62,969 89 126 1,98566.9 30.3 30.9 1950 1950 337 5,188 V37 5,937 1,826 252 4,=00 987 67.5 30.8 31.0
2.898 5,994 28.6 375 d 4.2 6,826 2.437 360 5,002 643 73.3 35.7 29.7 1951 Gulf Mobile & Ohio.......................1951 2,898 12,161 28.6 870 9.9 13,970 4,886 742 10,465 1,246 74,9 35.0 31.2
2,8988 4,660 392 5,436 1,935 3,43 4,186 489 77.0 35.6 32.2 1950 1950 2:898 9,453 792 11,076 3,986 687 8,706 875 78.6 36,0 33.4
6,539 18,461 23.3 1,727 13.4 22,115 7,559 1,124 17,446 1.580 78.9 34.2 38,1 1951 Illinois Centrale........................ 1951 6,539 39,057 24.3 3,680 11.7 46,9762 15,:46 2,248 36,342 3,885 77.4 32.9 38.1
6,543 14,974 1.523 18,282 5,870 1.098 14,183 1,773 77.6 32.1 38.5 1950 1950 6,543 31,417 3,295 38,47 12224 2,197 29,778 3,755 77.4 31.8 38.7
4 33.8 141249 331 1,1967 53.2 216 379 ,0061 813 758 1, 8#.14: .6" 41, 1951 Louisville & Nashviller...................1951 31,44? 36.1 2,569 38.3 36:101 11,852 1 66? 270 3:67 77.1 32.8
1,04982,499..1950 1950 4?8 23,102 1,858 2.677 1042160814388.3 9.1.8
1,049 2,099 21.4 177 50.9 2,898 876 161 2,156 346 74.4 30.2 36.7 1951 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ...... 1951 1,0495186 23.9 367 33.3 6,068 1,725 314 800 72.3 28.4 36.6
117 2,440 706 155 1,816 291 74.4 28.9 37.5 1950 1960 1 049 4,186 271 4996 1,372 2843.6"63 645 73.3 27.5 37.7
4,146 10,205 20.0 1 2 d62.6 12.J89 4,332 521 9,414 1,211 76.0 35.0 33.9 1951 Seaboard Air Line ....................... 1951 4,14 21,268 22.2 2,945 .4 25,941 8,63 1,943 19,07 2.836 73.5 33.3
4,146 8,501 1:49 10, 43 3 518 8,273 1,002 77.7 34.2 35.9 1950 1950 4,146 17,401 2,93. 21,876 7,375 1,036 17,011 2,079 67.8 33.7 5
6,3 16,254 17.1 1,562 16.1 18,959 6,788 869 14,915 1, 78.7 35.8 36.5 1951 Southern ................................1951 6,3 35,028 22.0 3,028 6.0 40,733 13,684 1,739 30,752 3,753 75.5 33.5 36.0
6,3#7 13,875 1.35 16,377 5,575 875 12,716 1,667 77.6 34.0 37.2 1950 1950 6,347 28,701 i 2.857 34,031 11,268 1712,191 3,589 733, 37.5
-Report 195tustee0or2trusees34.0311 11,268 1,T PR1HTD.9OP15i9 c?.O "a 37.5


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Pa* 2 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1951 AND 1950 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1951 AND 1950

MilesOperating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
operated Freight Passenger Depreci- Net Oper- mante- rane- il Freight Passenger Not Oper- ane- rane
at close aion in- railway ati g nonce portation of road Depreol- railway eating sense portion
eet o cent Total maints- in pee- Total eating (Per- of oper- of oper- Per Per Total maints- eluded Total sting (per- of oper- cf oper
Amount in- moun in- nane oeding income cent) ~ sing at inn Amount cent Amount cent nance in pro- income cent) eating ating
crease cee ou e grease crease columns revenues revenues
a) (ib) () (d) (a) If) ( C) (h) (1I (J) (k W (1) (m) (n) (0o) p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) (T) (w) (x) () () I(aa)
(Money Items In thousands of dollars)- (Money items in thousands of dollars)
Northwestern Regio!:
?,923 9,781 6.1 $1,581 18.8 $12,839 5,030 *$1074 $13,298 4 103.6 39.1 55.9 1951 Chicago & North Western ..................1951 7,923 *22,908 20.7 $3,362 14.4 $29J56 $10,44 $2,150 $27,232 d4S4 92.1 34.
8,075 9,222 1,331 11,817 4,471 1,062 fl,5144 F_ 97.7 37.8 51.6 1950 1930 8,075 18,982 2,939 24,637 8,954 2,123 23,579 d,1.509 95.7 36.451.3
1,474 2,416 2.8 18 14.4 2,601 785 135 1,827 298 70.2 30.2 34.0 1951 Chiago Great Western ....................1951 1, 474205 8.7? 5 50.6 ,6001,55 268 3,812 612 68.1 27. 34.2
1,480 2,350 16 2,502 740 137 1,725 289 68.9 29.6 33.5 1950 1950 1,480 4,787 37 5,103 1,517 273 3,525 601 69.1 29.7 33.1
10,671 14,367 7.1 1,309 27.6 17,468 6,433 1,238 16,485 h18 94.4 36.8 49.6 1951 Chicago, Milwaukee, St.Paul & Pacific .... 1951 10,671 32,459 20.1 2,806 16.4 39,158 12,896 256 33,816 1,161 86.4 32.9 46.3
10,671 13,414 1,026 15,890 5,629 ,1184 15,041 4 EI 94.7 35.4 51.7 1950 1950 10,671 27,031 2,411 32,573 11,595 2,360 31,022 d 20215 95.2 35.6 52.0
1,617 1:,90 jd 2 161 19.9 2,282 721 130 2,273 d 99.6 31.6 60.2 1951 Chilago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ... 1951 1,617 4326 9.8359 12.6 5074 1,460 260 4,753 93.7 28.8 57.8
1617 1,98 135 2,282 618 131 2,00587.9 27.1 53.7 1950 1950 1,617 3,942 319 4,599 1,259 266 4,205 20 91.4 27.4
S5 147.5 1 10.4 632 1,28 127 192 1.237 308.6 91.0 104 191 Duluth, iabe & Ir.... nge...............1951 5641,261 210.8 3 7.5 1, 469 253 3,999 4 297.6 183.7 .9
564 O 1 276 1,082 127 1,582 2 574.1 392.7 152.6 1950 1950 564 406 3 79 2,186 252 3,217 671.2 456.1 183.5
8,316 12, 12.1 915 38.3 14,3 36 891 13, 94 444 42.1 1951 Great Northern ...........................1951 8,316 25,963 27.9 1,89 29.8 29,906 12,531 1,777 27397 91.6 1.9 42.4
8,317 11,095 662 12,655 1 832 12,430 98.2 44.7 46.3 1950 1950 8,317 20,303 1,459 23,670 11,428 1,665 25,393 107.3 48.3 51.1



1 7 4.2 247 28.5 7 2, 11 Wisconsin Central# 1...1..1..., 1 16.4 18.0 444 30 174 4 2 18 36.8 48.0

3,073211 25 2,72 132 2,516 6.4 48.1 11 A ison, Topeka & anta e, /t............ e 1951 3 06 71 827.4 7 1.85 6 31 73, 329 33.3
32,672 1,517 1,921 24,90 109.7 50.0 52.1 1950 1950 3,022 3,798 131 6,151 2,02052651,790 8,3 7.0 34.1 33.6

8,83 2,061,36515,139 4,147 6 98,05945 167 1. 27.94 38.9 1950 1950 6,889 15,119 856 1,3515 8,685 1,935 19,398,13 74.527,6 39.9




,051 1,70 .2 ,7 22.0 18,9 8 8 2 05 8 701.4 2.6 1951 hicago, Rock Island & .....1951 7,5 2 ,3 1623.4 635 18.0 4,249 1,630 17 4,062 328 91.8 36.8 3.
17,01 10,9 21 1,7905 6370 73 1,566 82.1 31.8 43.5 8,o Cet 29,6st61950 ..1950 7 1,051 3,563 8 532 32814 1,182 152 3,180 083. 7 31.0 41.1



13,096 08 21.1 25. 39 13,876 2,03 3512 3, 956 77.6 35 35.2 1951 D enver & Rio Grand Western ...............1951 13,096 1,968 240.7 1946.8 1 865528403 16 63135 9,838 731 32.9

8,129 28,9 21,4 28:24 13,0 S33,752 11,953 1,694 28,162 1,247 84 34 5 19 51 S outhn Paocfic Co. ......................191 8,29 6 6 35.4 6 21.6 7;437 24, 3,38 58675 5,7 77.8 324 384
14 2 2,821,428 328,12 11,517 1,921 23,900 3,614 76.2 356. 33.4 1950 1950 13,073 56,599 6,501 69,098 23,569 3,00 51,790 8,039 758.0 34.1 41.



8,82 17,02 35.0 1,12 8.6 19,827 4 992 1015 13,506 2738 68.1 2 5 3.6 1951 Chicago, BuPllnton & incy ............................ 1951 9,72 0 62,548 31.6 5,160 10.3 72,440 3197 10,3 3,994 55,835 3,1862 77.1 32.0 37.2
9,719 22,96 2,0357 2715,163 8,980 1,546 21,840 91673 7803.4 33.1 38.9 191950950 9,720 47,527 4,680 56,735 19,031 3,9 23,309 3130 574 81.6 33.5 39.2
,925 12,208 162.1 1570 28.9 31,958 1,309 6 2 1,875 86 6 79. 28.8 42. 1951 este Chicago, Rn Pack Island & Pacfc...... ...........1951 ,925 26,3 3 23.639 459 19.81 3,4253 8,391 1283 23,789 3,017 73.3 25.9
6195 10,51196 1,30845 12783 390 703 10,081 814 308.9 29.6 0.6 1950 1950 ,619 21,39 2886 6,325 7,767 347 20,837 1,550 79.2 29.5 4



2,13 2,1990 52.0 92 42.8 25,42 1,47 342 3,5 918 6 .9. .2 32.3 1951 Denternational and e Western#............... 1951 600,719 46.0 55 6.738.6 5,69 ,285 685 8039 1,8 68.7 28.14 4.
2,123 3,508 175 387 11371 330 3,250 253 80.3 35.7 39.1 1950 1950 2,Z13 7,616 379 82,39 2,833 656 6,998 6324 83.8 33.9






129 28917 21.3 82 6.83.0 3520 790 1694 28,162 1,24 83.6 225.6 0.5as City951 Southernthern Pacific ..................... 1951 8,129 6,482 14.0 2667 40.8 7,33 ,504 3,675 5379 205
8912 231828 2498 28,19 1526 23,938 1,065 6 6. 0.29 1950 1950 8,14 ,686 987 56,80 ,206949 3 900 3, 1,454 55.5 19,9929.3







S93 4 32.2 19 ,72 27 4 88 8 issouri-ansas-Txas Line .............. 1951 3,243 10,892 14.5 1,184 70.4 13,188 3,502 967 1288 6
3253 ,Z313 5397 1,546 248 4,069 46 75.4 28.6 38.0 1950 1950 3.253 9,512 695 11,087 3,238 49 8,477 265 72,5 26,6 37.6
9720 288 25.13 2,29878 1.9 33,224 11566 847 27,296 558 8.2 3941 2392 1951 M ourln Paoific........................... 1951 6,960 31427 22.6 2,16049 22.1 36,738 13,090 1,706 29508 3,1475 80.3 35.6 39.0
9,719 22,9512 2,057 1 14,650 4,861 803 1 1,780 494 79.9 33.2 40.4 1950 1950 69,720969 257,5629 1,680 56,735 19,03142 1,607 24,18309 215897 81.65 33.51 41.1




193 3673 24.1 7 2 6.2 187 28.9 3,931 156 256 ,6061 634 66.3 28.2 28 1951 Texa & Pacific .......................... 1951 1,846 10,204 17.6 835 19.5 11,969 3,348 512 8326 1,332 69.6 28.
1,19584 6 4,217 312 4,881 1,504 238 3,679 580 75.4 30.8 35.8 1950 1950 1,846 85678 6338 106,221 1,915 302 7,585 117008 74.8 30.84 359

1104 216 45.2 1923 8.5 451 86 1 25 6 57.5 19.1 31.5 1951 t ointe national Grano& Texas ............ 1951 159 715 30.0 .19 ...1 782 162, 9 498 75 63.6 20.7 35.5
15910 2065 13 2 31230 81 122 3 142 78.0 26,.0 4439.0 1950 1950 11059 550 19 602518 1763 9 480 0318 79.7 27.1 44.3





891 3,120 4 .3 123 26.8 3,520 790 128 3019 2284 56.6 24.5 36. 191 Kansas City Southwtern Ln. ................. 1951 1 ,569 10,15 21.9 123 725 10,646 2,28 256 6,274 1,559 58.9 21.6 31.3
1569 4,090 33 4,287 1,187629 1139 2,90713 60 67.8 20.6 2933.1 1950 1950 891 5,686 190 63608747 1,2650 27329 3,530 1,45296 55.5 19.97 333





1, ,795 1 83.7 332 6.29 1 4 1,56 256 3,84178 46 816 38.2 33.36 1951 Texas & Paw rlan .......................... 1951 4,316 1,251 16.3 1,647 41.2 22,296 6,986 772 16,890 1,673 75.8 31.3 37.6
4,16 7,993 435 789,095 2822 518 6,9076 635 82.5 325.9 38.9 1950 1950 4,3165 13,960 9371,166 1016 5,706157 7371029 13,3053 1,210589 75.9 326 364



159 57.5 19.1 1.5 1951 Report of Frncisco Texas .......... 1o trute. 915 GOVE97153RNMENT PRINTING.0 OFFCE:82 162 9 985 63.6- 00175
S ludi tatu of Defense Projects a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santk Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
d Deoreace or deficit