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Title: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
Series Title: Statement ;
Portion of title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
Physical Description: v. : ; 29-45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Publisher: The Bureau
Place of Publication: Washington, D.C
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Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
Numbering Peculiarities: Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
Issuing Body: Issued Sept. 1927-Apr. 1942 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics; May 1942-Nov. 1956 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
General Note: Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
General Note: "Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
General Note: Title from caption.
Statement of Responsibility: Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
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ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00129
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BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS I
JULY 1951


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS 7
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"'% g;r'_ JULY 1951 AND 1950 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH JULY 1951 AND 1950

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
exiles Percent Percent Average
of read Freight Passenger Percent Perent Freight Passenger Percent Percent
operatedoDepreci-Nne rsadt Depreci- Set Oper- inte- trae-
at e A eporen railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year operated eponcirailway sting a portte-n
o mth Per- Per- t eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses PPeAll lndd oper- ratio expenses expense.
of month Per- cr- Total mant e- in re Total eating (per- of oper- of per- Per- er- Total mante- n p Total ng (per- of oper- ofopr-
Amount i.n Amount in nance ceding Income cent) ating s ating Amount in- Amount in- nance ceding Income cent) ating atng
creaseease co reenu crearease column colurevenuemnnuesrevenues revenues

l ( l (c) (dl (. (f)(h(l It) ) (h((.0)W)(1) (k) (1) (m) (0n) o)I ( ) (a) (r) (a) (t) ul) (v) (wvl(x) ()) (W) (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money Items in thousands of dollars)*
z20,949 $625,350 5.1 $77,246 6.0 $761,932 $282,012 $40,802 $641,963 $37,220 84.3 37.0 40.6 1951 Total--Roads listed herein ................... 1951 204,036 4,551,381 17.7 $490,730 13.2 $5.452,889 $1,874,931 $264,950 $4,372,165 $384.221 80.2 34.4 39.5
204,009 594,912 72,883 721,669 229,112 34,704 543,041 78,046 75.2 31.7 37.4 1950 1950 204,123 3,867,238 433,575 4,651,947 1,550,171 239,208 3,684,027 389,708 79.2 33.3 39.3
New England Region:
1,702 5,293 1.9 1,078 d 9.1 7,046 2,609 336 6,222 d 59 88.3 37.0 44.9 1951 Boston & Maine ........ .......... 1951 1,702 39,758 9.0 6,590 d .3 50.967 17,532 2,330 42,628 1,648 83.6 34.3 43.3
1,711 5,194 1,185 6,985 2,121 337 5,341 523 76.5 30.4 40.6 1950 1950 1,712 36,470 6,607 47,295 15.147 2,128 38,148 2,644 80.7 32.0 42.6
1.794 7,132 1.2 4,607 6.0 12,940 4,155 587 10,664 461 82.4 32.1 43.9 1951 New York, New Haven & Hartford ......... 1951 1,794 54,058 9.4 27,393 2.9 90,223 28,607 4,122 73,724 3,778 81.7 31.7 43.6
1,795 7,045 4,347 12,349 3,601 595 9,530 745 77.2 29.2 41.4 1950 1950 1,796 49,427 26,609 83,130 24,282 4,148 65,347 5,620 78.6 29.2 42.2
Great Lakes Region:
793 4,346 12.3 196 3.0 4,693 1,908 264 4,063 258 86.6 40.6 40.2 1951 Delaware & Hudson ...................... 1951 793 31,802 14.0 1,037 d 1.1 33,791 11,689 1,565 26,582 3,320 78.7 34.6 38.3
794 3,868 190 4,176 1,507 180 3,464 344 83.0 36.1 41.2 1950 1950 794 27,903 1,048 29,738 10,543 1,239 24,314 2,598 81.8 35.5 40.6
965 5,613 9.7 861 d 5.1 7,079 2,267 470 6,075 417 85.8 32.0 47.5 1951 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ......... 1951 966 41,248 16.9 5,617 d .. 50,984 15,518 3,129 41,959 3,561 82.3 30.4 46.0
966 5,119 908 6,521 1,955 407 5,292 539 81.2 30.0 45.2 1950 1950 967 35,286 5.646 44,512 13,296 2,827 36,171 3,967 81.3 29.9 45.2
2,243 11,974 1.5 660 d 3.0 13,849 4,803 851 11,969 865 86.4 34.7 44.4 1951 Erie ................................... 1951 2,245 90,869 13.3 4,155 1.9 102,184 29,892 5,283 79,421 9,114 77.7 29.2 41.5
2,231 11,792 680 13,440 3,819 605 10,121 1,338 75.3 28.4 40.2 1950 1950 2,231 80,184 4,077 89,881 24,832 4,340 68,008 9,762 75.7 27.6 41.1
952 3,385 d 21.6 200 d 13.0 3,939 1,697 186 4,020 d 561 102.1 43.1 52.5 1951 Grand Trunk Western .................... 1951 964 29,545 4.4 1,382 13.0 33,531 11,173 1,313 27,407 2,586 81.7 33.3 43.4
971 4,319 230 4,824 1,471 192 3,679 67 76.3 30.5 41.1 1950 1950 971 28,310 1,223 31,496 9,645 1,342 24,333 4,121 77.3 30.6 41.8
1,223 5,609 7.6 357 4.9 6,232 2,328 647 5,315 423 85.3 37.4 41.8 1951 Lehigh Valley .......................... 1951 1,226 40,429 14.7 2,154 3.8 44,438 15,513 3,470 36,087 3,856 81.2 34.9 40.3
1,251 5,214 340 5,791 1,725 277 4,453 742 76.9 29.8 40.8 1950 1950 1,251 35,256 2,075 39,022 11,837 1,928 30,573 3,921 78.3 30.4 41.5
10,725 45,833 5.6 10,455 d 3.7 63,087 20,344 3,504 54,353 2,446 86.2 32.2 47.3 1951 New York Central ....................... 1951 10,727 340,245 15.4 68,046 5.0 457,705 155,870 22,694 400,556 10,508 87.5 34.1 47.1
10,729 43,417 10,861 60,799 18,188 3,137 49,092 5.888 80.7 29.9 44.5 1950 1950 10,729 294,753 64,814 400,769 134,240 21,871 346,712 11,975 86.5 33.5 46.3
2,192 11,714 17.4 190 20.1 12,418 3,702 480 9,070 1,401 73.0 29.8 37.4 1951 New York, Chicago & St. Louis .......... 1951 2,192 86,738 12.5 1,217 23.3 90,892 26,203 3,290 63,959 11,931 70.4 28.8 35.8
2,192 9,981 158 10,490 2,926 431 7,394 1,506 70.5 27.9 36.2 1950 1950 2,192 77,088 987 80,388 22,525 2,992 54,229 13,357 67.5 28.0 33.5
221 3,726 3.5 83 d 12.9 3,994 2,047 663 3,747 416 93.8 51.3 35.6 1951 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ................. 1951 221 26,796 23.6 566 10.2 28,692 12,192 2,538 24,303 4,625 84.7 42.5 35.3
221 3,602 95 3,810 1,246 132 2,739 773 71.9 32.7 32.5 1950 1950 221 21,684 514 23,031 8,326 1,628 18,317 4,631 79.5 36.2 35.8
2,393 6,969 d 101 423 d 2.8 8,020 3,306 396 7,779 d 267 97,0 41.2 47.6 1951 Wabash ................................ 1951 2,393 56,205 9.6 2,945 17.3 63,686 17,812 2,727 48,686 4,668 76.4 28.0 41.6
2,393 7,755 435 8,778 2,340 346 6,416 8 73.1 26.7 39.6 1950 1950 2,393 51,279 2.511 57,568 15,714 2,386 43,632 5.151 75.8 27.3 41.7
Central Eastern Region:
6,188 31,458 8.6 2,327 13.4 36,059 12,874 1,569 29,713 2,751 82.4 35.7 40.2 1951 Baltimore & Ohio ....................... 1951 6,188 225,695 16.6 14,912 21.7 255,564 91,979 10,529 211,791 19,624 82.9 36.0 40.6
6,202 28,961 2,052 32,699 10,719 1,457 26,132 3,039 79.9 32.8 40.8 1950 1950 6,202 193,514 12,255 217,708 73,018 9,680 177,271 19,029 81.4 33.5 41.2
410 2,836 10.2 552 d 2.8 3,637 1,135 154 3,219 d 88.5 31.2 51.0 1951 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ........ 1951 410 19,866 17.1 3,323 d 1.8 24,910 7,677 1,049 22,285 d 2.660 89.5 30.8 52.4
410 2,573 568 3,312 1,028 148 2,836 d 27 85.6 31.0 48.9 1950 1950 410 16,963 3,386 21,616 6,830 1,017 19,344 d 2.547 89.5 31.6 51.1
210 1,532 d 4.0 6 1580 529 77 1,098 669 69.5 33.5 31.7 1951 Central R. R. Co. of Pennsylvania ...... 1951 210 10,701 1.5 45 d 30.0 11,023 3,816 550 7,804 4,719 70.8 34.6 32.0
212 1,596 12 1,636 460 79 980 863 59.9 28.1 28.2 1950 1950 212 10,541 64 10,828 3,268 524 6,866 5,520 63.4 30.2 29.2
886 2,161 11.8 332 19.7 2,712 843 192 2,135 226 78.7 31.1 37.9 1951 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ............. 1951 886 15,385 20.2 1,984 26.7 19,071 5,611 1,131 14,697 1,818 77.1 29,4 38.0
886 1,932 277 2,426 681 121 1,830 338 75.5 28.1 38.2 1950 / 1950 895 12,794 1,566 15,942 4,420 799 12,430 1,579 78.0 27.7 40.6
238 3,552 10.9 4,510 1,168 114 2,973 360 65.9 25.9 36.0 1951 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................ 1951 238 24,972 9.2 31,475 7,597 790 20,094 2,446 63.8 24.1 35.7
238 3,201 3,941 869 109 2,255 726 57.2 22.0 31.6 1950 1950 238 22,859 27,736 5,444 758 15,264 5,366 55.0 19.6 31.9
365 1,249 7.0 3,676 4.9 5,185 1,457 192 4,102 387 79.1 28.1 47.1 1951 Long Island # .......................... 1951 365 8,607 14.0 20,254 5.3 30,674 10,256 1,369 27,964 d 230 91.2 33.4 53.8
365 1,168 3,503 4,854 1,261 192 3,523 555 72.6 26.0 43.6 1950 1950 365 7,550 19,232 28,045 9,078 1,331 24,437 d 1,507 87.1 32.4 51.6
10,127 63,953 6.6 13,136 7.4 84,755 30,191 4,131 71,278 4,944 84.1 35.6 43.3 1951 Pennsylvania ..... ................ 1951 10,127 448,791 22.3 87,721 10.0 589,218 221,837 26,204 513,217 26,145 87.1 37.6 44.2
10,118 59.998 12,236 78,768 29,104 3,857 64,898 5,557 82.4 36.9 40.2 1950 1950 10,118 366,846 79,744 489.938 174,984 25,686 416,979 25,502 85.1 35.7 43.8
1,313 9,007 9.0 574 d 1.2 10.129 4,495 692 9,070 559 89.5 44.4 40. 1951 Reading ................................ 1951 1,313 65,473 15.0 4,022 6.2 73,950 27,706 4,774 60,947 6,095 82.4 37.5 40.5
1,317 8,265 581 9,304 3,325 514 7,354 981 79.0 35.7 38.9 1950 1950 1,317 56,939 3,787 63,844 22,266 3,522 50,979 6,777 79.8 34.9 40.3
837 3,313 5.9 14 d 11.9 3,497 1,290 199 2,701 470 77.2 36.9 33.4 1951 Western Maryland ..................... 1951 837 26,324 24.5 65 2.8 27,649 9,289 1,417 19,663 4,676 71.1 33.6 31.6
837 3,129 16 3,280 1,194 211 2,414 575 73.6 36.4 30.7 1950 1950 837 21,139 63 22,080 7,493 1,436 15,831 4,225 71.7 33.9 31.2
Pocahontas Region:
5,116 25,472 6.3 838 3.5 27,787 10,230 2,087 22,004 2,791 79.2 36.8 36.0 1951 Chesapeake & Ohio ...................... 1951 5,116 188,395 17.8 5,259 24.5 202,533 68,577 13,573 149,868 24,393 74.0 33.9 34.2
5,119 23,957 810 26,074 8,249 1,576 18,346 4,030 70.4 31.6 32.9 1950 1950 5,118 159,898 4.224 170,522 57,603 11,036 124,608 24,550 73.1 33.8 33.1
2,135 13,579 17.4 553 22.5 14,853 5,352 903 11,015 1,729 74.2 36.0 32.3 1951 Norfolk & Western ...................... 1951 2.,135 105,023 26.1 3,402 38.2 113,312 39,674 5,839 80,248 15,793 70.8 35.0 30.
2,127 11,571 452 12,469 4,832 836 9,516 1,661 76.3 38.8 31.4 1950 1950 2,129 83,257 2,461 89,052 33,112 5,845 66,483 13,717 74
Southern Region:
5,453 9,416 27.9 1,555 23.9 11,713 5,032 788 10,602 190 90.5 43.0 39.9 1951 Atlantic Coast Line .................... 1951 5,453 75,055 25.5 12,501 21.7 93,930 38,130 4,517 79,935 3,225 85.1 40.6 37.6
5,499 7,363 1,255 9,275 3,805 484 8,436 108 91.0 41.0 41.5 1950 1950 5,515 59.813 10,275 75,860 26,139 3,245 61,421 5.566 81.0 34.5 39.0
1,815 2,603 4.0 287 26.1 3,134 1,116 149 2,953 d 94.2 35.6 48.1 1951 Central of Georgia ..................... 1951 1,815 21,578 18.5 1,905 30.7 25,335 8,941 982 22,327 727 88.1 35.3 44.1
1,815 2,502 228 2,919 1,034 117 2,764 d 77. 94.7 35.4 49.4 1950 1950 1,815 18,211 1,457 21,277 7.173 811 18,987 424 89.2 33.7 46.2
336 3,263 9.3 226 5.9 3,640 1,393 195 2,614 469 71.8 38.3 28.1 1951 Cinn.,New Orleans Texas Pacific ...... 1951 336 22,996 14.5 1,529 26.1 25,732 8.758 1,360 17,106 3,664 66.5 34.0 27.2
337 2,986 213 3,343 1,077 153 2,150 703 64.3 32.2 27.1 1950 1950 337 20,076 1,213 22,371 6,706 956 14,480 4,146 64.7 30.0 29.5
2,898 5,927 5.5 454 6.8 6,897 2,655 419 5,319 514 77.1 38.5 30.5 1951 Gulf Mobile & Ohio ..................... 1951 2,898 43,570 21.3 2,988 11.6 49,881 18,071 2,778 37.448 4,488 75.1 36.2 30.6
2,898 5,619 425 6,473 2,204 341 4,687 808 72.4 34.0 30.6 1950 1950 2,898 35.921 2,677 41,536 14,562 2,399 31,511 4,042 75.9 35.1 32.1
6,539 18,812 5.8 1,895 4.9 22,786 7,887 1,160 17,988 1,534 78.9 34.6 37.8 1951 Illinois Central ....................... 1951 6,539 137,189 13.2 13,046 11.5 165,325 56,748 7,910 130,019 16,059 78.6 34.3 37.8
6,543 17,779 1,806 21,591 6,912 1,106 15,833 2,488 73.3 32.0 35.3 1950 1950 6,543 121,240 11,697 147,393 49.497 7,718 113,420 14,591 77.0 33.6 37.0
4,767 14,734 9.6 1,402 16.4 17,126 6,608 838 14,383 1,262 84.0 38.6 39.7 1951 Louisville & Nashville ................. 1951 4,777 111,272 16.6 8,555 25.4 127,155 45,786 5,864 101,762 10,905 80.0 36.0 38.7
4,779 13,439 1,205 15,495 5,180 827 12,054 1,790 77.8 33.4 38.9 1950 1950 4,779 95,432 6,819 108,400 38,033 5,660 87,466 11,110 80.7 35.1 40.0
1,049 2,517 2.9 194 32.1 2,929 1,127 163 2,440 225 83.3 38.5 37.9 1951 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ..... 1951 1,049 18,854 13.4 1,258 29.7 21,901 7,.217 1,141 16,760 2,437 76.5 33.0 36.2
1,049 2,446 147 2,807 792 147 1,977 355 70.4 28.2 35.4 1950 1950 1,049 16,634 970 19,421 6,009 1,009 14,664 2,243 75.5 30.9 37.1
4,146 9,278 20.3 1,159 5.3 11,203 3,927 616 8,643 1,224 77.2 35.1 3L.6 1951 Seaboard Air Line ...................... 1951 4,146 74,531 18.1 9,170 5.9 89,644 30,276 3,992 66,941 9,889 74.7 33.8 34.1
4,146 7,710 1,101 9,421 3,257 513 7:286 965 77.3 33.5 35.8 1950 1950 4,146 63,104 8,659 77,061 25,367 3,441 58,241 8,717 75.6 32.9 35.4
6,344 16,737 9.5 1,986 19.6 20,005 7,460 1,048 16,203 1,621 81.0 37.3 37.2 1951 Southern .............................. 1951 6,344 126,812 17.0 11,755 29.2 148,511 50,057 6,311 111,943 14,759 75.4 33.7 35.7
6,347 15,290 1,660 18,144 6,045 888 13,768 2,085 75.9 33.3 36.2 1950 1950 6,347 108,359 9,101 126,412 41,077 6,143 94,795 14,830 75.0 32.5 36.3


* Percent increase computed on units of dollar.
SInoludes amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OP TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 1951 AND,1950 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WIhH JULY 1951 AND 1950

Mileo Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Percent Percent Average Freight Passenger Percent Percent
operated Dopreoi- Net Oper- mainte- trans- miles1Depreoi- Met oper- a
at close atA l enin- railway sting canoe portatton of road action int- erailway ating canoe tl
of month Per- Per- All e lauded oper- ratio expenses expenses Region, road, and year operated Per Per All eluded oper- ratio expenses eperons
Amount ent Amount cent Total ainte- dngpr- Total ing (per- of oper- ofainper- cent cent Total main in pre- Total atng (per- of oper- of oper-
crease crease column revenues revenue Aount n Amount nane ceding income cent) atng atng
crease crease column r revenues revenues
() (b) (o) (d) (e) f) () [h) (1) ( (k)(n)(o)x (p ( q) (r) (a) "u) (v (w) '-.... ()

(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
7,895 $12832 2.9 $2,255 3.4 $16,669 $6314 $1,078 $15613 424 93.7 37.9 8.2 1951 Northesao rth western .................. 1951 7,915 $89,324 15.2 $12,835 10.8 $113,664 40,684 $7,528 $103,424 $185 91.0 35.8 .1
8,001 12,465 2,180 16,211 5,540 1,087 13,667 843 84.3 34.2 43.4 1950 1950 8,033 77,562 11,583 99,513 36,546 7,514 90,377 d 464 90.8 36.7 46.9
1,474 2,347 31.7 39 370.2 2,500 882 142 1,974 86 78.9 35.3 36.4 1951 Chicago Great Western ....................1951 1,474 18,270 11.3 209 109.1 19,552 6,o4i 958 13,934 1,732 71.3 30.9 33.8
1,476 1,783 8 1,925 629 134 1,421 188 73.8 32.7 33.0 1950 1950 1,479 16,422 0oo 17,481 5,728 948 12,540 1,805 71.7 32.8 32.3

10,671 15,998 8.1 2,048 13.6 20,20 8,247 1,241 195312 d 219 94.7 40.8 46.0 1951 Chicago, Milwaukee, St.Paul & Pacific .... 1951 10,671 120,874 10.0 10959 15.2 14656 52,422 8,682 128,148 4204 87. 35.8 44.5
10,671 17,405 1,803 21,260 7,092 1,190 16,953 1,570 79.7 33.4 40.2 1950 1950 1o,671 109,911 9,510 132,047 45,265 8,291 113,299 5,334 85.8 34.3 44.6

7 2,42 206 2,832 798 137 2,301 T 81.2 28.2 471 1950 1950 ...14,631 1,170 11.4 17,124 5 269 938 15,832 8 96. 3.5 51,8
566 6,889 8.9 d 14. 7,968 1,351 126 3,809 1,190 47.8 17.0 29.1 1951 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............. 1951 565 25,273 41.9 11 d 5.5 29,015 9,224 885 19,930 2,702 68.7 31.8 34.5
563 6,327 4 7,374 1,130 126 2,808 2,448 38.1 15.3 21.6 1950 1950 563 17,810 12 20,912 7,538 887 14,334 2,927 68.5 36.0 30.0
8,316 18,247 56.4 1,625 32.9 21,579 7,197 902 15,677 2,192 72.7 33.4 33.5 1951 Great Northern ........................... 1951 8,316 117,467 33.6 7,985 36.2 135,160 49,144 6,249 106,472 8,981 78.8 6.4 6.4
8,316 11,668 1,223 14,356 5,630 876 12,196 659 85.0 39.2 39.1 1950 1950 8,316 87,933 5,864 102,107 43,784 5,942 91,500 d 1321 89.6 22.9 .
3,224 3,233 .7 128 d 24.2 3, 30 1,492 136 3,113 286 88.2 42.3 39.9 1951 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Sts. Marie 1951 3,224 20,360 18.7 579 1.0 22,051 9,363 943 20,010 466 90.7 42.5 42.1
3,224 3,210 169 -- 3,579 1,181 130 2,681 640 74.9 33.0 36.7 1950 1950 3,224 17,146 573 18,748 8,034 889 17,571 d 484 93.7 42.9 44.3
6,8876 1,861 d 6.8 811 32.9 1,.613 5,372 709 11,817 892 86.8 39.5 40.1 1951 Northern Pacific ......................... 1951 6,887 82,483 18.5 4,439 35.2 93,333 34,355 4,876 77,845 6,815 83.4 368 9.6
6,903 12,722 611 14,313 4,678 686 10,407 3,010 72.7 32.7 34.1 1950 1950 6,895 69,583 3,283 78,783 32,181 4,763 70,036 3.747 88.9 .9
1,051 2317 d .5 66 10.7 2,509 816 92 2,086 152 83.1 32.5 43.8 1951 Wisconsin Central # ...................... 1951 1,O51 16,355 11.1 290 18.4 17,527 5,723 626 14,342 877 81.8 32.7 42.7
1,051 2,427 60 2,643 681 79 1,757 388 66.5 25.8 35.4 1950 1950 1,051 14,727 245 15,848 4,765 530 12,050 1,635 76.0 30.1 39.6
Central Western Region:
13,097 36,599 d 8.4 ,521 d 26.4 43,537 23,837 2,405 43,767 d 2 028 1005 54.8 38.0 1951 Atcohson, Topeka& Santa Fe a/ ........... 1951 13,096 267,352 21.3 28,757 19.0 320,885 119,52 15622 249,00 27063 77. 33.8
13,073 39,940 4,785 48,548 13,163 2,008 29,907 7 554 61.6 27.1 28.9 1950 1950 13,073 220,370 24,156 267,806 89,303 13,686 194,425 34,100 72.6 33. 32.
8,822 16,476 4.8 1,900 2.1 20,448 7,386 1,019 16,352 1,465 80.0 36.1 37.6 1951 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ............. 1951 8,822 123,510 22.4 10,548 10.2 147,571 44,749 7,131 107,059 15,165 72.5 30.3 36.5
8,830 15,725 1,861 19,255 6,588 1,004 14,248 2,223 74.0 34.2 34.0 1950 1950 8,851 100,898 9,573 121,868 39,049 6,862 91,255 13.160 74.9 32.0 36.5
7,924 11,279 30.3 1,660 64.7 14,238 6,105 647 13,477 d_5 94.7 42.9 42.7 1951 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacifio ........... 1951 7.925 92,926 17.5 11,780 26.4 114,154 34,339 4,494 88,562 8,489 77.6 30.1 39.6
7,601 8,659 1,008 10,532 3,429 642 8,402 79.8 32.6 37.8 1950 1950 7,616 79,109 9,320 95,659 28,313 4,803 72,336 8,;58 75.6 29.6 38.0
2,334 5,172 66.8 368 40.8 5,812 2,052 327 4,418 608 76.0 35.3 3.1 1951 Denver & Rio Grande Western .............. 1951 2,341 37,783 31.8 2,067 36.3 41,408 13,165 2,359 29,808 5,569 72.0 31.8 32.8
2,413 3,100 261 3,550 1,413 343 3,243 167 91.4 39.8 1.2 1950 1950 2,413 28,670 1.,516 31,523 10,955 2,327 25,553 3,153 81.1 34.8 37.8
8,127 36,252 1.3 3,957 15.2 42,658 14,078 1,891 34,475 2,084 80.8 33.0 41.0 1951 Southern Pacific Co. ..................... 1951 8,128 249,781 16.7 24,672 18.8 291,015 93,610 13,637 225,320 21,010 77.4 32.2 38.8
8,144 35,776 3,434 41,738 12,397 1,586 30,821 3,415 73.8 29.7 37.9 1950 1950 8,143 214,010 20,768 250,050 80,139 10,889 192,381 18,718 76.9 32.0 38.0
9,712 32,525 d 6.1 4,148 16.2 39,628 14,782 2,165 33,194 97 83.8 37.3 38.1 1951 Union Pacifio ............................ 1951 9,717 236,954 20.4 21,346 15.8 277,597 96,316 14,085 217,612 10,382 78.4 34.7 36.1
9,719 34,635 3,571 41,218 12,680 1,576 29,431 3,755 71.4 30.8 33.7 1950 1950 9,719 196,858 18,438 233,369 78,094 10,953 179,o66 14,194 76.7 33.5 35.4
1,193 3,587 30.3 269 8.9 3,949 1,345 182 3,059 282 77.5 34.1 33.5 1951 Western Pacific ... ................... 1951 1,193 28,409 33.5 1,770 23.3 30,823 8,856 1,224 20,677 4,183 67.1 28,7 28.8
1,195 2,753 247 3,071 939 178 2,281 597 74.3 30.6 34.0 1950 1950 1,195 21,288 1,436 23,275 7,472 1,191 17,249 3,241 7.1 32.1 32.5
Southwestern Region:
1,104 2,643 11.7 253 26.0 3,154 1,194 134 2,668 218 84.6 37.9 40.7 1951 International Great Northern # ........... 1951 1,104 18,488 17.0 1,617 40.9 21,904 8,358 865 18,331 1,561 83.7 38.2 39.5
1,089 2,366 201 2,794 1,029 125 2,249 218 80.5 36.8 37.9 1950 1950 1,104 15,796 1,148 18,633 6,684 858 14,962 1,728 80.3 35.9 38.4
891 2,992 7.9 133 20.9 3329 825 12 2,065 487 62.0 24.8 31.3 1951 ansas City Southern ..................... 1951 891 22,837 18.8 969 42.6 25,777 5,841 878 14,881 4,302 57.7 22.7 29.8
891 2,773 110 3132 690 11 1,809 646 57.8 22.0 29.6 19501950 891 19,230 680 21,611 4,658 799 12,508 4,603 57.9 21.6 29.9
3,242 4,317 d 253 340 d 7.6 ,082 2,380 292 5,39 d 29 105.8 46.8 47.9 1951 Missouri-Kanas-Texas Lines .............. 1951 3,243 37,121 1.4 3,049 30.5 43,902 1387 1,945 34,749 3,301 79.2 30.9 39.2
3:243 5,777 368 6,624 1,833 260 4,608 -3 69.6 27.7 34.6 1950 1950 3,248 36,617 2,337 42,246 12,442 1,769 31,341 4,264 74.2 29.5 36.5
6,960 15,352 d 55 1,101 3.1 18,073 8,379 1,526 16,960 528 93.8 46.4 41.4 1951 Missouri Pacific # ....................... 1951 6,960 113,513 14.0 7,063 18.1 132,301 50,178 6,683 109,475 10,693 82.7 37.9 39.2
6,966 16,237 1,068 18,900 5,714 820 13,139 2,992 69.5 30.2 34.1 1950 1950 6,967 99,581 5,982 115,965 37.993 5,627 89,322 13,296 77.0 32.8 38.5
846 5,666 9.4 495 15.4 6591 1956 276 4,734 786 71.8 29.7 34.5 1951 Texas & Pacific ......................... 191 1846 38,032 17.4 2, 20.4 4,290 12,923 1854 31,141 5,038 70.3 29.2 33.4
1. 5,181 429 6,067 1,690 233 4,187 786 69.0 27.9 34.0 1950 1950 1,846 32,389 2, 37,859 11,562 1,634 27,927 4,481 73.8 30.5 35.3
4,601 8,705 7.4 588 22.4 9,944 3,659 596 8,479 553 85.3 36.8 40.8 1951 St. Louis-San Francisco .................. 1951 4,615 60,539 12.1 4,41 46.9 69,874 23,881 4,026 55,902 6,185 80.0 34,2 38.4
4,635 8,106 480 9,217 2,945 549 6,948 999 75.4 31.9 36.6 1950 1950 4,637 54,020 3,004 61,282 20,731 3,735 48.386 6,297 79.0 33.8 38.0
159 365 7.1 12 112.1 403 87 5 271 26 67.1 21.7 38.0 1951 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ............. 1951 159 2.524 19.8 78 34.1 2,779 597 32 1,889 200 68.0 21.5 8.8
159 341 6 366 83 4 254 32 69.4 22.6 40.0 1950 1950 159 2,107 58 2,300 581 31 1,714 106 74.5 25.3.6
1,569 5,456 6.2 9 d-9.-7 5.719 1,689 125 4,100 550 71.7 29.5 35.2 1951 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ............. 1951 1,569 38,605 20.2 410 36.5 40,419 10,005 911 25,194 5,231 62.3 24.8 31.7
1,569 5,138 66 5,406 1,129 142 2,981 1,045 55.1 20.9 28.7 1950 1950 1,569 32,118 300 33,732 9,020 977 21,584 5,726 64.0 26.7 30.8
4,292 9,015 A 1.8 970 29.6 10,687 3,771 466 9,121 355 85.3 35.3 42.5 1951 Texas & New Orleans ....... ........... 1951 4 302 68,214 14.2 5,800 35.6 79,063 25,922 3,016 62,122 5,317 78.6 32.8 38.,
4,316 9,180 748 10,564 3,204 360 7,782 991 73.7 30.3 36.6 1950 1950 4:316 59,722 4,278 68,334 21,599 2,520 51,728 5,792 75.7 31.6 37.3


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


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


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1952 0 950115


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