Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Statement ;
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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
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Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
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Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
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Issued Sept. 1927-Apr. 1942 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics; May 1942-Nov. 1956 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
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Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
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"Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
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Title from caption.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




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


Statement No. M-150
APRIL 1951


FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 1951 AND 1950 POUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL 1951 AND 1950--f
Miles Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenue. Operating expenses --
of road Peroent Percent Average Freight
operated Freight Passenger PeroentePereent
opatedight Pa ngr Net Oper- ainte- trane- milFreight Passengernt Percent
at lose Depreci- railway eating nanoe portation Region, road and year of road Net Oper- n ainte- trans-
of month All tion in- oper ratio expenses expenses operated Depreci- railway eating nanoe portation
Per- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total atlng (per- of oper- of oper- Per- Per- All action in- oper- ratio expenses expenses
Amount cent Amount cent nane in pre- nome ent) eating atin Amount n Aount nt inte- ludedTotal eating (per- of oper- of oper-
oreaee orease column revenues revenues ree ceinre- income cent) revenue revenues
(a).( (b) (n) (d) (e) L( im (n) t (h) ouald (o) (d) l1) (m) (n) (or s) (r) r (t) (u) (v) (w) ( ) 7 1 () (Aa)
(Money item In thousands of dollars). (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
204,018 668,454 20.1 $64,132 10.5 $792,185 271,136 $38,033 $627,150 $62,911 79.2 34.2 38.7 1951 Total--Roads listed herein, ................. 1951 204,083 2,568,988 23.3 $267283 13. ,063,839 1,8,808 17,488 2,43,218 217,02 79.7 336 39.8
204,094 556,685 58,033 663,741 223,795 33,966 527,116 55,21 79. 33.7 39.2 1950 1950 20189 2,083,98 236600 2,510,777 85,162 135,372 2,045,336 165,394 81.5 337 40.9
1,702 5,728 12.3 842 .1 7,214 2,509 331 6,059 243 84.0 34.8 43.3 1951 Boston & Maine ......................... 1951 1,702 22,744 13.3 3,651 2.0 28,9639,30 1330 24,087 95 83.2 33.6 3.6
1,711 5,100 841 6,529 2,132 299 5,368 351 82.2 32.7 43.5 1950 1950 1,712 20,083 3,581 26,018 8,477 1,195 21,773 883 83.7 32.6 .9
1,794 7,804 11.3 3,797 4.6 12,803 4,118 590 10,508 495 82.1 32.2 43.5 1951 New York, New Haven & Hartford ......... 1951 1,794 30,852 11.5 14,927 1.6 50,755 15,700 2365 41,359 2,255 81.5 30.9
1,795 7,009 3,629 11,608 3,483 593 9,120 853 78.6 30.0 41.5 1950 Great Lake Region: 1950 1,796 27,671 14,695 6,378 13,286 2,372 36,729 3,055 79:.2 28.6 .
79 4.371 12.7 118 d17.7 4 ,643 1,568 195 3,644 455 78.5 33.8 8.6 1951 Delavare & Hudson ...................... 1951 79 18,024 18.8 589 3. 19,128 6,032 780 14,492142
79 3,877 144 9 4130 1,347 176 3,354 363 81.2 32.6 42.7 1950 1950 79 15,174 607 16,207 5,447 707 13,215 1,402 81.5 33.6
966 5,869 12.3 756 d6.3 7,190 2,227 434 6,024 539 83.8 31.0 46.9 1951 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ......... 1951 966 22,889 21.4 3,204 3.028320 8,388 1,740 23,355 1771 82.5
966 5,226 807 6,514 1,866 404 5,102 726 78.3 28.6 43.6 1950 1950 966 18,862 3,110 23906 7170 1,611 19,963 1828 83.5 300 7.
2,245 12,938 16.2 524 d 7.9 14,460 4,429 836 11,536 1,081 79.8 30.6 42.0 1951 Erie ...................................1951 2,245 52 069 22.1 2 290 6.1 8,094 15,56 2730 3,658 75.1 26.8
2,231 11,137 569 12,417 3,400 624 9,384 1,346 75.6 27.4 40.9 1950 1950 2,231 42,628 2,158 47,556 13,110 2,:505 36,967 759 77.7 27.6 2.
971 4,207 d 1.4 178 .7.2 4,676 1,658 190 3,860 210 82.5 35.5 42.2 1951 Grand Trunk Western .................... 1951 973 17,417 16.3 790 25.0 19,754 5,942 76 15,26 2,73 7.3 30.1 2.
971 4,268 166 4,718 1,345 191 3,443 836 73.0 28.5 40.0 1950 1950 971 14,976 632 16,681 5,157 766 13,258 1,911 79.5 30.9 43.
1,229 5,672 15.4 257 d 16.6 6,192 2,216 411 ,15 532 81.0 35.8 39.1 1951 Lehigh Valley .......................... 1951 1,229 22,492 21.6 1.178 d 3 24 720 8,506 1,993 20,151 2,110 81.5 34 .
1,251 4,915 308 5,467 1,553 225 4,152 813 76.0 28.4 41.1 1950 1950 1,252 18,:491 1,181 20,640 6,199 1,097 16,770 1,685 81.2 30.0 44.2
10,727 49,981 11.7 8,486 d 65,730 22,680 3,143 56,886 2,154 86.5 34.5 45.9 1951 New York Central ...................... 1951 10,727 195,329 17.9 36 417 3.8 259,178 90,66 12540 231939
10,729 44,765 8,509 59,194 19,448 3,102 50,634 2,438 85.5 32.9 46.3 1950 1950 10,729 165,711 35,086 223,659 76,447 12,0 198888 83 .34 478
2,192 12,643 9.3 155 27.1 13,188 3,807 471 9,050 1,960 68.6 28.9 34.0 1951 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ......... 1951 2,192 49,726 16.5 654 34.0 1,881 14705 1,82 36,101 6,893 69.6 28.3 3.5
2,192 11,567 122 12,006 3,298 428 7,962 2,169 66.3 27.5 33.3 1950 1950 2,192 42,698 488 44:352 12,824 ,707 30,377 7,320 68.5 28.9 33.5
221 3,904 27.2 73 10.8 4,149 1,686 248 3,381 832 81.5 40.6 34.1 1951 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ................ 1951 221 14,862 37.0 331 19.8 15,981 6,467 991 13,
221 3,068 66 3,241 1,283 248 2,723 492 84.0 39.6 37.1 1950 1950 221 10,851 276 11,559 4,481 ,O01 9,988 1,95 86.4 38.8 39.2
2,393 8,497 19.7 376 21.2 9,534 2,493 396 6,954 897 72.9 26.2 39.8 1951 Wabash ................................ 1951 2,393 33,364 19.6 1,636 25.1 37,611 9,298 156 27,06 3,716 72.0 2.
2,393 7,096 311 7,964 2,286 340 6,207 626 77.9 28.7 42.1 1950 1950 2,393 27,885 1, 308 31,278 8,982 1,352 24,237 2,470 77.5 20 43
Central Eastern Region:238.2
6,188 32,644 10.4 2,089 30.8 36,850 13,780 1,744 30,592 2,805 83.0 37.4 39.3 1951 Baltimore & Ohio ...................... 1951 6,188 126,147 24.8 8,031 28.2 142,033 50,870 5,812 118,485 10
6,202 29,582 1,597 32,795 10,507 1,369 25,937 3,488 79.1 32.0 40.8 1950 1950 6,202 101,070 6,263 113,510 37,527 51483 94,394 8,8026 83.2 3. .
410 2,813 20.5 478 2.2 3,528 98 149 3,029 d 260 85.9 27.2 52.4 1951 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ....... 1951 410 11,239 24.6 1823 d 2 14028 4313 597 12,617 89.9 3.7 53.0
410 2,335 467 2,981 979 145 2,740 d4 91.9 32.8 51.8 1950 1950 410 9,020 1,826 11,556 3,679 580 10,653 d 1 92.2 31.8 53.0
210 1,421 d 6.2 6 d 37.1 1,473 542 79 1,074 634 72.9 36.8 31.8 1951 Central R. R. Co. of Pennsylvania..... 1951 210 5,859 6.7 29 d192 6038 2,239 316 4,474 2,66 74.1 37.1 32.7
212 1,515 9 1,558 456 74 988 802 63.4 29.3 30.1 1950 1950 212 5,:493 35 5,656 1,790 295 3,801 2,808 67.2 31.6 31.2
886 2,199 24.1 245 31.3 2,685 787 171 2,096 249 78.1 29.3 6 1951 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ............ 1951 886 8,857 25.8 1,034 19.1 10 887 3 038
886 1,772 186 2,203 639 110 1,751 159 79.5 29.0 4.8 1950 1950 901 7:00 868 8819 2 ,38 23 8,235 ,75 7:5.6 279 38.2
238 3,642 1.8 4,429 1,185 114 2,962 286 66.9 26.8 36.2 1951 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ............... 1951 238 13,897 11.9 17,348 4258 448 11,233 1,148 648 .5 36.2
238 3,578 4,259 705 108 2,166 858 50.9 16.5 30.6 1950 1950 238 12,415 15,181 2,903 432 8,458 2,907 55.7 19.1 3
365 1,242 15.1 3,045 13.1 4,528 1,517 196 4,084 d 28 90.2 33.5 52.5 1951 Long Island # ......................... 1951 365 4,763 20.1 10,386 4.0 16,037 5,72 784 15,597 97.3
365 1,079 2,692 3,963 1,265 189 3,424 d176 86.4 31.9 51.2 1950 1950 365 3,964 9.988 14,674 5,191 75 13,800 d 997. 35.7 54.5
10,127 65,942 15.9 11,968 4.5 85,635 32,934 3,879 74,453 4,018 86.9 38.5 43.2 1951 Pennsylvania .......................... 1951 10,127 246,916 23.6 49,458 7.1 325,276 124,615 14,461 291,754 6,332 89.7 38.3
10,118 56,875 11,453 74,508 27,220 3,476 62,260 5,010 83.6 36.5 41.8 1950 1950 10,118 199,850 46,177 269,828 92,586 14,085 230,609 12,84 85 33 5.3
1,313 9,52 11.8 555 1.3 10,752 4,311 1,024 8,980 869 83.5 40.1 39.0 1951 Reading ............................... 1951 1,314 37,216 20.7 2,297 11. 7 42,175 14,580 2,57 33,730 3,92 80.0 3.6
1,317 8,548 548 9,511 2,950 499 7,098 1,238 74.6 31.0 39.3 1950 1950 1,317 30,833 2,056 34,627 11,799 1,998 28,133 3,459 81.2 34.1 42.3
837 3,764 14.4 6 d 16.9 3,965 1,400 200 2,859 646 721 35.3 30.9 1951 Western Maryland ...................... 1951 837 15687 42.1 29 9.0 16,58 535 818 11,432 2,888 69 32.6 31.3
837 3,291 7 3,415 1,:4o 206 2,368 719 69.3 33.4 29.7 1950 1950 837 11036 2 1577 3,884 805 8,530 2,039 73.7 33.5 33.0
5,116 27,115 6.3 696 17.6 29,218 9,824 1,862 21,499 3,549 73.6 33.6 34.0 1951 Cheasapeake & Ohio .................... 1951 5,116 104,03 25.2 2,792 38.6 111,880 36,873 7,04 82,483 13,177 73. 32.9 3
5,118 25,514 591 27,014 8,153 1,613 18,167 4,790 67.3 30.2 31.6 1950 1950 5,118 83,619 2,14 88,278 32,291 6276 68,735 10,093 77.9 36.6 34.6
2,135 15,513 14.3 392 21.8 16,573 5,671 807 11,486 2,383 69.3 34.2 29.9 1951 Norfolk & Western .................... 1951 2,135 9,129 32.3 1,805 37.5 63,544 22,29 3,225 ,3 8858 71. 35.1 31.0
2,129 13,577 322 14,385 4,755 838 9,756 3,o44 67.8 33.1 29.5 1950 1950 2,129 44705 1,312 858 ,8 3,333 36,728 6,832 76.7 33 33.1
Southern Region:
5,453 10,957 25.2 1,716 16.5 13,608 5,523 633 11,540 423 84.8 40.6 37.3 1951 Atlantic Coast Line ................... 1951 5,453 43,640 25.9 8,133 14.0 5 749 22,709 2,360 47,06 1,940 84.4 .7 36.8
5,526 8,752 1,473 11,113 3,655 499 8,822 757 79.4 32.9 39.1 1950 1950 5,527 34,654 7,137 45,318 14,293 1,776 35,184 4,347 77.6 315 38.8
1,815 3,180 22.3 251 10.6 3,688 1,343 136 3,349 80 90.8 36.4 4.8 1951 Central of Georgia .................... 1951 1,815 12,884 24.7 1,033 18.1 14,973 5,235 49 12,896 519 86.1
1,815 2,600 227 3,062 986 116 2,698 76 88.1 32.2 46.6 1950 1950 1,815 10,331 875 12,136 3,998 463 10,670 312 87 329 45.9
336 3,612 17.3 199 12.1 3,990 1,271 194 2,531 586 63.4 31.9 26.5 1951 Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific .... 1951 336 12,933 13.9 897 15.1 14,535 4,895 777 9,597 2,098 66.
337 3:078 178 3,412 950 130 2.170 644 63.6 278 30.6 1950 195 337 11354 779 12,780 3,705 509 8316 2,29 651 29. 3
2,898 6,289 22.9 395 11.5 7,183 2,508 404 5,282 701 73.5 34.9 30.6 1951 Gulf Mobile & Ohio .................... 1951 2,898 24,904 24.8 1 674 12.5 28,424 9,996 1,536 21,1 2,680 7. 5.2 309
2,898 5,116 355 5,903 2,051 343 4,436 594 75.2 34.7 31.9 1950 1950 2,898 19,949 1,488 l 23,099 8,202 1,373 ,799 2,075 77?1 35.5 32.6
6,539 19,883 14.3 ,743 5.0 23,934 7,974 1,12 18,433 1,922 77.0 33.3 37. 1951 Illinois Central ...................... .1951 6,539 80,234 18.7 7350 12.6 96,503 32,108 4,494 74,485 11,753 2 3.3 3.6
653 17,395 1660 21,319 6,983 1,10 16,282 2,119 76.4 32.8 37. 195 19 653 67,581 82,247 26,410 4,o1 63,091 8313 76.7 2
4,778 16,136 16.8 1,079 16.4 18,282 6,850 841 14,700 1,502 80.4 37.5 37.6 1951 Lousleville & Nashville ................ 1951 4,778 64,512 25.3 4 767 29.2 73,548 25,369 3,347 46 6,993 78.1
4,779 13,813 927 15,618 5,475 800 12,779 1,443 81.8 35.1 41.1 1950 1950 4:779 51,473! 3,690 58,691 21,401 3,209 9,332 4:,688 84.1 36,5 417
1,049 2,801 17.3 175 31.5 3,255 1,107 170 2,461 378 75.6 34.o0 34.4 1951 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis .... 1951 1,049 10,832 18.6 722 32.8 12,624 3,85 648 9,291 1,581 73.6 30 35.9
1,049 2,388 133 2,793 921 152 2,174 305 77.8 33.0 37.3 1950 1950 1,049 9,131 544 10,738 ,24O 588 8,103 1,235 75.5 30.2 37.6
4,146 10,547 13.0 1,303 4.2 12,722 4,452 95 9,80 1,256 77.1 35.0 3 .0 1951 Seaboard Air Line ..................... 1951 4,146 43,615 18.9 5,819 2.3 53,038 17,928 2 162 30 76 74 7.2 .
4,146 9,332 1,251 11,400 3,76 80 8,52 135 74.8 32.9 1950 1950 4:146 36,684 5;688 5:605 15,97 1922 3,36 44 ,97 7 ?6.2 33.8 35.6
6,344 18,694 18.4 1,521 24.2 21,756 7,050 875 15,944 2,256 73.3 32.4 35.2 1951 Southern ............................. 1951 6,344 73,408 18.0 6,007 15.5 85,233 27,709 3,485 62,985 9,052 7 .9 32.5
6347 15,792 1.224 18,357 5.885 875 13.690 2,129 74.6 32.1 36.6 1950 1950 6,347 62,205 5,203 72,640 23,161 3,50254,099 8,604 7. 31,9 36.6
I8751 16,251 722,61 3502.09 ,04 7.


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Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


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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 APRIL 1951 AND 1950 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL 1951 AND 1950

Miles OperaOperating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Percent Percent Average Freight Paenger Percent Percent
operated Depreci- Net Oper- mainte- irene- miles Freight PassengerOper- mainte- trans-
at olose action in- railway eating nance portation of road Depreci- NetrOpei- ante-trane-
of month P e All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses Region, road, and year operated PerAll oer- ratio expenses expenses
of oth Per- Per- Total it-Total atIng (Per- of oper- of oper- Per Per eluded
Amount en-t eount in- nane ceding et c Total inlnte pre- i cent stn sting
Amount in- Amount in- enace indpr income cent) atingn in ag Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- in pro- Total ating (pe oope,- oaoiper-
crease crease column ng revenues revenues
(L ) (b) () (d) (e) (f) () () () () () (1) (m) (n) (o) (o) ) (r) (as) (t) (u) (vi (v) (w)W(
(Money items in thousands of dollars) Northwetern Region (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
7,913 $13,426 23.9 $1,564 13.9 1663 $5,13 1,074 $14,700 $363 88.4 34.3 47.4 1951 Chicago & North Western .................. 1 920 49421 21.0 $6617 14.8 62,735 1,774 4,293 57020 90 37 49.2
8,001 10,838 1,373 13:704 5,366 $1,060 12,804 d 45 93.4 39.2 47.0 1950 1950 8,056 40,849 5,766 52,393 19,545 4,244 49,349 d 2.211 94.2 37.3 9.2
1,474 2,738 9.8 31 71.0 2,900 879 136 1,993 287 68.7 30.3 32.0 1951 Ohlcago Great Western ................... 1951 1,474 10,625 6.5 118 78.0 11,400 3,337 541 7,925 1,084 69.5 29.3 33.9
1,480 2,494 18 2,650 861 135 1,876 278 70.8 32.5 31.9 1950 1950 1,480 9,972 66 10,603 3,367 546 7,473 1,172 70.5 31.7 32.4
10671 17,8 15.4 1,332 9.9 21371 7,370 1245 18,364 802 859 34.5 44.3 1951 Ohicago, Milwaukee, St.Paul & Pacific .... 1951 10,671 68,886 16.8 5566 17.9 82,68 27,458 4940 70,793 3,009 85.6 33.2 5.
10,671 15, W 1,212 18,407 6,247 1,183 15,753 1,015 85.6 33.9 44.7 1950 1950 10,671 58,957 4,721 70,334 24,223 4,727 63,325 33 90.0 34.4 48.3
1,617 2,289 15.6 159 4.9 2,658 956 128 2,701 d 481 101.6 35.9 58.3 1951 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis &Omaha ... 1951 1,617 8 10.6 ?05 13.6 10,296 3,364 518 10,138 9.5 32.7 58.4
1,617 1,981 152 2,311 734 133 2,054 d 88.8 31.8 50.0 1950 1950 1,617 7,934 620 9,277 2,?70 531 8,548 d513 92.1 29.8 55.0
565 3,929 650.5 1 d5.3 4,464 1,227 126 2,797 1,414 62.7 27.5 33.1 1951 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .............1951 565 5,503 354.6 5 dlO.O 6,159 5,236 506 9155 148 85.0 58.0
562 524 2 593 961 127 1,548 d 1.049 261.0 161.9 85.6 1950 1950 563 1,210 6 1,390 4,268 508 6,419 i7 461.7 307.0 133.4
8316 18625 62.5 982 31.2 21,008 6858 891 15328 3,444 73.0 32.6 34.8 1951 Great Northern ........................... 1951 8,316 58,323 29.1 3,900 35.5 66825 26,128 3554 57,491 2 765 86.0 39.1 40.3
8,316 11,458 748 13,170 6,679 850 13,095 d 1,547 99.4 50.7 41.6 1950 1950 8,316 45,193 2,878 52,024 24,393 3,355 51,823 d 6,566 99.6 46.9 45.5
3,224 3,125 43.9 62 3.0 3,365 1,192 135 2,734 354 81.2 35.4 40.1 1951 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie 1951 3,224 10,344 22.3 258 8.3 11,168 4736 531 10,653 d 411 95,4 42.4 46.3
3,224 2,172 61 2,367 1,072 131 2,317 d 176 97.9 45.3 45.6 1950 1950 3,224 8,460 238 9,187 4,175 496 9,386 102.2 45.4 49.4
6887 12,988 37.2 515 29.4 14,421 4,707 695 10,956 1,952 76.0 32.6 37.1 1951 Northern Pacific ......................... 1951 6,887 43,523 25.6 2,305 43.7 49,390 18,366 2,820 42,560 3,335 86.2 37.2 41.7
6,889 9,466 398 10,668 4,357 683 9,545 400 89.5 40.8 41.0 1950 1950 6,889 34,643 1,604 39,385 17,907 2;713 39,376 d2 99.9 45.5 46.1
1,051 2,528 24.1 41 45.5 2,700 801 90 2,020 316 74.8 29.7 39.1 1951 Wisconsin Central# ....................... 1951 1,051 8,985 15.7 134 29.5 9,570 3,185 351 8,132 44 85.0 33.3 45.1
1,051 2,037 28 2,187 706 77 1,739 166 79.5 32.3 40.6 1950 1950 1,051 7,767 103 8,290 2,528 305 6,643 528 80.1 30.5 42.7
13,096 39,310 30.0 3,711 24.5 46,589 17,446 2,308 35,949 4,345 772 37.4 33.2 1951 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fee/ ............. 1951 13,096 153,763 28.9 15,222 22.8 183,060 62,335 9,335 134,297 20,440 73.4 34.1 32.8
13,073 30,232 2,981 36,353 13,169 1,942 27,861 3,984 76.6 36.2 33.3 1950 1950 13,073 119,275 12,395 144,451 50,203 7,713 107,766 18,011 74.6 34.8 32.8
8,822 18,029 28.4 1,336 8.5 21,278 6,599 1,022 15,236 2,222 71.6 31.0 34.7 1951 Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy .............1951 8,822 73,124 31.5 5,254 10.7 85852 22,712 4,066 58,220 11,589 67.8 265 35.9
8,851 14,041 1,231 16,907 5,705 983 12,982 1,499 76.8 33.7 36.5 1950 1950 8,862 55,617 4,745 66,677 19,053 3,902 48,819 7,315 73.2 28.6 38.1
7,925 14,034 13.1 1,513 13.7 16,924 4,740 656 12,550 1,403 74.2 28.0 38.7 1951 ohicago, Rook Island & Pacific ...........1951 7,925 54, 705 16.7 6,686 18.9 66,809 18,059 2589 49,453 5,950 74.0 27.0 394
7,619 12,413 1,331 14,828 4,027 706 10,542 1,727 71.1 27.2 36.4 1950 1950 7,619 46,857 5,624 56,688 16,106 2,816 42,551 5,128 75.1 28.4 38.7
2,334 5,194 16.8 257 22.2 5,644 1,827 340 4,142 696 73.4 32.4 33.2 1951 Denver & Rio Grande Western .............. 1951 2,347 21,450 28.2 1,099 42.3 23,376 6,859 1,367 16,303 3,451 69.7 29.3 33.1
2413 4,446 210 4,858 1,642 332 3,749 557 77.2 33.8 35.6 1950 1 1950 2,413 16,732 772 18,252 6,055 1,315 14,574 1,920 79.9 33.2 38.3
8,129 36,287 29.0 3,252 24.6 41,940 13,083 1,897 31,898 3,666 76.1 31.2 38.5 1951 Southern Paiofico 0o.. .................... 1951 8,129 137,000 30.2 13,513 24.5 159,659 51,165 7,767 122,692 12,674 76.8 32.0 38.2
8,143 28,139 2,610 32,652 11,079 1,565 25,953 1,995 79.5 33.9 38.4 1950 1950 8,143 105,244 10,852 123,951 43,550 6,148 102,489 5,691 82.7 35.1 39.9
9,720 36130 39.9 2,459 17.5 41440 14,552 1,935 32380 1,711 781 35.1 35.9 1951 union Pacific ............................1951 9,20 135,321 33.5 10396 16.1 156138 51252 7,922 19,284 8,031 76.4 32.8 36.2
9,719 25,822 2,092 30,389 11,280 1,562 24,719 993 81.3 37.1 35.6 1950 1950 9,720 101,375 8,959 119,821 40,196 6,240 94,678 5,764 79.0 33.5 37.0
1,193 4,444 40.3 204 d 4,737 1,277 173 2 958 825 62.4 270 27.2 1951 Western Pacific ..........................1951 1,193 16,651 380 874 18.6 17,858 4864 696 11,393 3117 63.8 2.2 2.8
1,195 3,167 216 3,477 1,190 177 2,612 416 75.1 34.2 31.3 1950 1950 1,195 12,063 737 13,101 4,420 659 10,029 1,465 ?6.6 33.7 33.2
1,104 2,840 27.8 165 9.9 3,249 1,278 120 2,748 207 84.6 39.3 39.5 1951 Intrnational Great Northern# ............ 1951 1,104 10,423 15.7 927 51.2 12,386 4,772 485 10,401 876 84.0 38.5 39.4
1,110 2,222 150 2,602 938 122 2,128 241 81.8 36.1 39.9 1950 1950 1,110 9,007 613 10,597 3,623 487 8,265 1,181 78.0 34.2 37.9
891 3,327 28.9 108 22.3 3,756 881 124 2,165 654 57.6 23.4 29.2 1951 Kansas Oity Southern ..................... 1951 891 13,265 16.8 550 55.7 15,029 3,304 507 8,373 2,644 55.7 22.0 28.7
891 2,581 88 2,903 636 114 1,754 599 60.4 21.9 31.7 1950 1950 891 11,358 353 12,669 2,580 457 7,121 2,840 56.2 20.4 29.5
3,243 5,579 12.2 380 30.9 6,512 1,864 2?6 4,885 592 75.0 28.6 37.5 1951 Missouri-Eansas-Texas Lines .............. 1951 3,243 22,405 13.1 1,984 54.9 26,655 7,318 1,083 19,510 2,580 73.2 27.5 37.3
3,250 4,973 290 5,735 1,825 253 4,463 538 77.8 31.8 37.3 1950 1950 3,252 19,810 1,281 22,921 6,835 1,001 17,385 2,154 75.8 29.8 37.3
6960 16,462 20.6 868 10.8 19,028 6,993 850 15,507 1,655 81.5 36.8 39.3 1951 Missouri Pacifio# ........................ 1951 6,960 65930 21.7 3,829 19.6 76,501 27,139 3,409 60,846 7,431 79.5 35.5 38.5
6966 13,647 783 15,854 5,307 799 12,600 1,603 79.5 33.5 40.0 1950 1950 6,968 54,174 3,201 63,032 20,731 3,208 49,958 6,397 79.3 32.9 40.3
1,846 5,460 23.4 389 21.1 6,353 1,864 258 4,396 693 69.2 29.3 32.0 1951 Texas & Pacific .......................... 1951 1,846 21,444 19.7 1,594 21.2 24,980 7,122 1,029 17,280 2,759 69.2 28.5 33.0
1,846 4426 321 5,206 1,660 231 3954 568 75.9 31.9 35.9 1950 1950 1,846 17,916 1,315 20,844 6,489 937 15,639 2,392 75.0 31.1 35.6
4,601 8,473 12.2 547 47.1 9,722 3447 575 8,021 787 82.5 35.5 39.2 1951 St. Louis-San Francisco ...................1951 4,625 34,649 15.1 2,566 50.8 40,013 13,475 2,269 31,448 3,931 78.6 33.7 37.7
4,637 7,554 372 8,510 2904 534 6,737 859 79.2 34.1 37.9 1950 1950 4,641 30,097 1,701 34,143 11,758 2,112 27,306 3,372 80.0 34.4 38.3
159 405 27.6 11 42.2 440 84 4 266 30 60.4 19.1 34.2 1951 St. Louil-San Franoisco & Texas .......... 1951 159 1,443 25.8 44 14.2 1,587 327 18 1,023 132 64.5 20.6 36.4
159 317 8 348 74 4 238 40 68.5 21.4 39.8 1950 1950 159 1,147 38 1,256 320 18 960 49 76.4 25.5 43.0
1 569 ,436 25.4 85 99.9 4,732 1,500 122 3,583 678 62.5 26.2 30.6 1951 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ............. 1951 1,569 21,914 25.1 242 61.7 22,948 5,128 541 13,335 3,262 58.1 22.3 30.1
1:569 335 43 4:567 1,583 139 3,319 512 72.7 34.7 31.3 1950 1950 1,569 17,516 150 18,387 5,327 551 12,377 2,755 67.3 29.0 31.6
4292 10017 25.3 76 35.5 11488 3,620 412 8,795 913 76.6 31.5 380 1951 Texas & New Orleans ......................1951 4,310 39,977 19.8 3,142 40.1 46,044 14,448 1,719 34,796 3,677 75.6 31.4 3.5
4,316 7,996 53 3 9,138 2,93 1 368 ,095 651 77.6 32.1 38.3 1950 1950 4,316 1 33,374 2,243 38,052 12,127 1,436 28,818 3,152 75.7 31.9 37.0


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Oolorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
- Decrease or deficit.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1951 O0 900175




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