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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English
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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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The Bureau
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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.
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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.
General Note:
"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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University of Florida
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bUNIV. u FL. LC. 3 1262 08731 1162 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Subject to region BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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

U.S. DEPOMTORY


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Statement No. M-150
AUGUST 1951


FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST 1951 AND 1950 FOR EIGHT MONTHS-ENDED WITH AUGST 1951 AND 1950
Operating revenues Operating expenses Average Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles miles Freight passenger
of road Freight Passenger Per ent Percent o ilea right Pasenger Peent Percent
operated Net Oper- mainte- trans- Region, road, and year operated ationDerecn- Oprailway ring ante potrans
t olosen Depreol- railway eating nanoe portation Per- All atludedon railway ationg xpnane portaton
en pent atlon in oper- ratio expenses expenses Tn Bn- d cn r o t o pen
Pe ntPent All eluded atlng (per- of oper- of oper- Amount Ies Amount cent nano=e in pro- atig (per- of oper- of oper-
in in ceding income cent) eating ating
Amount cn Amount in Total mainte- in pre- Total income cent) eating eating oreas creasedi .umn revenues a tnu
orease crease na coln olun revenues revenuesrevenues re u
(a). b) C) (d) (e) (fl) (g) h) I (1) (1.) (k L (11() ) (n) (- ) I --- (o) C() -rc) CI_) | (t) I-(ull I (v) *(w) *I()tI (vY) I () (I
(Money items In thousands of dollars)* (Money Items in thousands of dollare*
203963 704 ,221 1.0 $80,565 7.3 3 849,043 8284.158 $39,680 656,611 $74,749 77.3 33.5 38.0 1951 Total--Roads listed herein, ............. 1951 204,026 $5,255,609 15.1 $571,292 12.3 $6,301,935 $2,159,091 *304,633 $5,028,771 $461,307 79.8 34.3 39.3
203,989 696,916 75.100 832:596 255,154 35,108 587.430 113,681 70.6 30.6 34.4 1950 1950 204,105 4,56u,153 508,672 5,484,543 1,805,326 274,312 4,271,456 505,767 77.9 32.9 38.5
New England Region:
1,702 5 635 d 8.9 1,123 d 3.4 7,454 2,451 330 6,049 442 81.2 32.9 42.5 1951 Boston & Maine ...................... 1951 1,702 45,393 6.4 7,712 d .7 58,421 19,983 2,660 48,676 2,090 83.3 34.2 43.2
1,711 6,187 1,162 8,061 2,287 303 5,678 926 70.4 28.4 37.1 1950 1950 1,712 42,657 7,770 55,355 17,434 2,431 43,826 3,571 79.2 31.5 41.8
1,794 7 523 d 8. 4,396 6.7 13.240 4,431 592 11,116 420 84.0 33.5 44.0 1951 New York, New Raven & Hartford ...... 1951 1,794 61,581 6.8 31,789 3.5 103,463 33,038 4,713 84,839 4,198 82.0 31.9 43.7
1,795 8:208 4,118 13:524 3,875 588 10,133 894 74.9 28.7 40.0 1950 1950 1.795 57,636 30,727 96,654 28,157 4,735 75,480 6,514 78.1 29.1 41.9
Great Lakes Regions
793 5,032 2.6 213 d 8.6 5,402 1,976 264 4,172 539 77.2 36.6 35.7 1951 Delaware & Hudson ................... 1951 79 36,834 12.3 1,250 d 2.4 39,192 13,665 1,829 30,754 3,859 78.5 34.9 38.0
793 4,905 233 5,285 1,728 180 3:774 694 71.4 32.7 34.0 1950 1950 79 32,808 1,281 35,023 12,271 1,418 28,088 3,293 80.2 35.0 39.6
965 6.109 1.4 827 d 1.3 7,611 2,424 470 6,333 569 83.2 31.9 45.7 1951 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ...... 1951 966 47,357 14.6 6,444 d .6 58,596 17.942 3,598 48,291 4,130 82.4 30.6 46.0
966 6,023 837 7,463 2,107 408 5,648 905 75.7 28.2 42.3 1950 1950 967 41,309 6,483 51,975 15,403 3,235 41,819 4,872 80.5 29.6 44.8
2,243 13,432 d 1.2 707 2.2 15,407 4,977 859 12,421 1,203 80.6 32.3 41.8 1951 Erie ............................... 1951 2,244 104,301 11.2 4,862 2.0 117,591 34,868 6,142 91,842 10,316 78.1 29.6 41.6
2.231 13.592 692 15,358 4,210 606 11,157 1,787 72.6 27.4 39.1 1950 1950 2,231 93,775 4,768 105,239 29,042 4,946 79,165 11,549 75.2 27.6 40.8
952 4,041 d 8.8 211 d 12.1 4,601 1,847 186 4,247 d 122 92.3 40.1 47.0 1951 Grand Trunk Western ................. 1951 963 33,586 2.6 1,593 8.9 38,132 13,019 1.499 31,653 2,464 83.0 34.1 43.9
971 4,432 240o -- 4:969 1:656 192 3,913 651 78.8 33.3 41.0 1950 1950 971 32,742 1,463 36,465 11,301 1,533 28.246 4,772 77.5 31.0 41.7
1,223 6,283 5.7 383 30.8 6,975 2,350 447 5,443 752 78.0 33.7 38.9 1951 Lehigh Valley ....................... 1951 1,226 46,712 13.4 2,537 7.1 51.412 17,863 3,917 41.530 4,609 80.8 34.7 40.1
1,251 5,945 293 6,540 1.783 277 4,582 929 70.1 27.3 37.4 1950 1950 1,251 41,202 2,368 5.562 13,620 2,206 35,155 4,850 77.2 29.9 40.9
10,725 50,757 d 3.1 11,330 8.2 69,951 23,450 3,503 58,512 4,273 83.6 33.5 44.2 1951 New York Central .................... 1951 10,727 391,002 12.6 79,376 5.4 527,657 179,320 26,197 459,069 14,781 87.0 34.0 46.7
10,729 52,393 10,470 70,192 22,415 3.150 54,756 6,783 78.0 31.9 40.7 1950 1950 10,729 347,147 75,284 470,961 156,656 25,020 401,469 18,758 85.2 33.3 45.5
2,192 13,498 6.4 177 d 3.9 14,256 3,740 481 9.316 2,201 65.4 26.2 33.9 1951 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ....... 1951 2,192 100,235 11.6 1,394 19.0 105,148 29,943 3,770 73,275 14,133 69.7 28.5 35.
2,192 12,691 184 13,372 3,490 430 8,512 2,208 63.7 26.1 32.5 1950 1950 2,192 89,779 1,171 93,760 26,014 3,422 62,740 15,565 66.9 27.7 33.
221 4,086 20.8 85 16.9 4,357 2,112 666 3,831 586 87.9 48.5 32.8 1951 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .............. 1951 221 30,882 23.2 651 11.0 33,049 14,304 3,204 28,134 5,211 85.1 43.3 35.0
221 3,383 73 3,591 1,441 229 2,876 613 80.1 40.1 32.6 1950 1950 221 25,068 586 26,622 9,767 1,857 21,193 5,244 79.6 36.7 35.4
2,393 7,561 .2 487 .7 8,747 2,03 409 7,079 438 80.9 29.4 44.2 1951 Wabash .............................. 1951 2,393 63,766 8.3 3,432 14.6 72,432 20.386 3,136 55,765 5,106 77.0 28.1 .
2,393 7,577 483 8.680 2,0 391 6,466 795 74.5 28.1 39.6 1950 1950 2,393 58,855 2,994 66,248 18,154 2,777 50,098 5,945 75.6 27.4 .
Central Eastern Region:
6 188 3,231 3.6 2,301 13.0 40,160 14,150 1545 32,255 2,798 80.3 35.2 39.2 1951 Balmore & Ohio .................... 1951 6,188 260,926 14.7 17,213 20.5 29572 106129 12,075 244,046 22,422 82.5 35.9 40.4
6,202 34:018 2:036 38,237 13,479 1,441 29,725 3,796 77.7 35.3 37.0 1950 1950 6,202 227,532 14,290 255,946 86,496 11,122 206,997 22,825 80.9 33.8 40.6
410 3,067 550 d. .4 3,891 1,197 153 3,338 d 197 85.8 30.8 49.4 1951 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ..... 1951 410 22,933 14.5 3.873 d 1.6 28,800 8,874 1,202 25,623 d 2.7 89.0 30.8 2.0
410 3,066 552 3,873 1,138 151 3,025 78.1 29.4 43.5 1950 1950 410 20,029 3,938 25,489 7,968 1,168 22,368 8 .8 31.3 9.9
210 1,652 d 10.1 9 d 1.6 1,702 600 77 1,230 624 72.3 35.3 33.0 1951 Central R. R. Co. of Pennsylvania ... 1951 210 12,353 A.- ,54 d 26.3 12,724 4,416 627 9,034 5,343 71.0 34.7 32.1
212 1,837 9 1,890 602 79 1,171 893 62.0 31.9 26.8 1950 1950 212 12,378 74 12,717 3,870 603 8,037 6,413 63.2 30.4 28.8
886 2,341 4.6 335 19.7 2,916 890 192 2,243 283 76.9 30.5 37.5 1951 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .......... 1951 886 17,726 17.9 2,319 25.6 21,987 6,501 1,323 16,940 2,101 77.0 29.6 38.0
886 2,239 280 2,786 686 120 1,875 518 67.3 24.6 34.7 1950 1950 894 15,033 1,847 18,728 5,107 920 14,305 2,097 76.4 27.3 39.7
238 3,934 22.1 4,784 1,074 114 2,974 44 62.2 22.5 35.5 1951 Elgin, Joltet & Eastern .............1951 238 28,906 10.8 36,259 8,671 904 23067 2,889 63.6 23.9 35
238 3,221 3.836 910 109 2,248 664 58.6 23.7 30.9 1950 1950 238 26,080 31.572 6,354 867 17.512 6,029 55.5 20.1 31,8

365 1,332 3,068 4:596 1,316 194 3,153 757 68.6 2 6 36.6 1950 1950 36 8.882 22,300 32,641 10,394 1,525 27,5915 31.8
10,127 69,08 4 3.8 13358 10.8 90,928 32,678 4 ,616 75,042 5,775 82 5 35.9 41.9 1951 Pennsylvania ........................ 1951 10,127 517,874 19.5 101078 10.1 680146 254,515 30,821 588,259 34,256 86.5 37.4 43.9
10,118 66,534 12,054 86:,62 31:631 3,962 69,479 7,084 80:7 36.8 38.9 1950 1950 10,118 33.380 91,798 5?6,000 206,615 29,648 486,458 34,964 84.5 35.9
1,313 9,691 d 3.0 588 12.3 10,860 4,301 722 9,134 845 84.1 39.6 39.8 1951 Reading ............................. 1951 1,313 75,164 12.3 4,610 7.0 84,810 32,008 5,496 70,081 6,941 82.6 37.7 40.4
1,317 9,993 523 11,074 4,019 517 8,479 1,222 76.6 36.3 36.3 1950 1950 1,317 66,932 4,310 74,918 26,285 4,039 59,458 7,999 79.4 35.1 39.7
837 3,851 1.3 13 d 3.8 4,035 1,374 202 2,891 659 71.6 34.1 31.5 1951 Western Maryland .................... 1951 837 30,175 21.0 78 1.6 31,685 10.663 1,619 2,553 5,335 71.2 33.7 31.6
837 3 802 14 3:962 1,255 208 2,578 804 65.1 31.7 27.9 1950 1950 837 24,941 76 26,041 8,748 1,644 18,409 5,029 70.7 33.6 30.7
5,116 31,007 6.7 982 11.7 33,626 11,334 2,116 23,716 4,863 70.5 33.7 31.3 1951 Chesapeake & Ohio ................... 1951 5,116 219,402 16.1 6,241 22.3 236,159 79,912 15,689 173,584 29,256 73.8 33.8 33.8
5,119 29,:054 880 31,368 8,843 1,591 19,601 5,796 62.5 28.2 29.2 1950 1950. 5,118 188,952 5,104 201,890 66,446 12,627 14,209 30,346 71.4 32.9 32.5
2,135 17,266 19.1 569 22.8 18,617 5,468 900 11,612 2,980 62.4 29.4 28.0 1951 Norfolk & Western ................... 1951 2.135 122,289 25.1 3,971 35.8 131,928 45,141 6,739 91,860 18,772 69.6 34.2 30.1
2,127 14,503 464 15,442 5,389 834 10,532 2,949 68.2 34.9 27.9 1950 1950 2,128 97,760 2,925 104,493 38,501 6,679 77,015 16,666 73.7 36.8 31.0
Southern Region:
5,453 9,655 14.7 1,560 25.2 12,014 4,892 791, 10,507 549 87.4 40.7 39.3 1951 Atlantic Coast Line ................. 1951 5,453 84,711 24.2 14,061 22.1 105,944 43,021 5,308 90,442 3,774 85.4 40.6 37.8
5,499 8,415 1,245 10,353 4,053 484 8,810 420 85.1 39.1 38.5 1950 1950 5,513 68,228 11,520 86,213 30,192 3,729 70,231 5,986 81.5 35.0 39.0
1,815 2,734 d 6.8 298 15.5 3,305 1,o060 149 2,879 170 87.1 32.1 45.7 1951 Central of Georgia .................. 1951 1,815 24,312 15.0 2,203 28.4 28,639 10,001' 1,131 25,205 897 88.0 34.9 4.3
1,815 2,933 258 3,416 1,186 152 2,928 288 85.7 34.7 43.0 1950 1950 1,815 21,144 1,715 24,693 8,359 963 21,915 712 88.8 33.9 45.8
336 3,369 3.9 201 .1 3,763 1,370 7 194 2,510 556 66.7 36.4 25.3 1951 Cinn., New Orleans & Txas Pacific .. 1951 336 26,365 13.1 1,730 22.4 29,495 10,128 1,555 19,616 4,220 66.5 34.3 26.9
337 3,244 201 3,621 1,036 154 2,116 583 58.4 28.6 25.3 1950 1950 337 23,319 1,414 25,992 7,742 1,109 16,595 4,729 63.8 29.8 28.9
2,898 6,265 2.6 498 d 2. 7,249 2,734 419 5,536 584 76.4 37.7 30.5 1951 Gulf Mobile & Ohio .................. 1951 2,898 49,835 18.6 3,486 9.3 57.131 20,805 3,197 42,984 5,072 75.2 36.4 30.6
2,898 6,106 512 7,045 2,312 343 4,902 954 69.6 32.8 29.3 1950 1950 2,898 42,027 3,190 48,580 16,874 2,742 36,413 4,096 75.0 34.5 31.7
6,539 20,905 4.5 2,147 4.3 25,205 8,847 1,388 19,469 1,965 77.2 35.1 36.1 1951 Illinois Central .................... 1951 6,539 158,094 11.9 15,193 10.5 190,529 65,594 9,297 149,488 18,024 78.5 34.4 37.6
6,543 20,003 2,057 24,320 8,306 1,105 17,934 2,851 73.7 34.2 34.0 1950 1950 6,543 141,242 13,754 171,714 57,803 8,824 131,354 17,442 76.5 33.7 36.6
4,765 17,110 3.4 1,410 22.3 19,552 6,996 844 14,799 2,209 75.7 35.8 34.7 1951 Louisville & Nashville .............. 1951 4 775 128,382 14.7 9,965 25.0 146,706 52,782 6,708 116,561 13,114 79.5 36.0 38.2
4,778 16,:540 1,153 18,629 5.597 882 12,892 2,693 69.2 30.0 34.4 1950 1950 4:779 111,972 7,972 127,029 43,630 6,542 100,358 13,803 79.0 34.3 39.2
1,049 2,740 d 1.4 186 13.5 3,170 1,079 163 2,377 d 1 75.0 34.0 33.9 1951 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis .. 1951 1,049 21,594 11.2 1,444 27.4 25,071 8,296 1,304 19,137 2,284 76.3 33.1 35.9
1,049 2.779 164 3,198 1,021 147 2,315 457 72.4 31.9 34.0 1950 1950 1,049 19,412 1,134 22,619 7,029 1,156 16,979 2,700 75.1 31.1 36.6
4,146 9,678 7.9 1,124 6.8 11,623 3,575 617 8,297 1,580 71.4 30.8 33.3 1951 Seaboard Air Line ................... 1951 4 ,146 84,209 16.8 10,294 6.0 101,268 33,851 4,610 75,238 11,468 74.3 33.4 34.0
4,146 8,971 1,052 10,728 3,200 514 7.522 1,576 70.1 29.8 33.3 1950 1950 4,146 72,075 9,711 87.789 28,567 3,955 65,762 10,292 74.9 32.5 35.1
333 18469 1,978 3.9 21,767 7,495 998 16,533 2,167 76.0 34.4 35.6 1951 Southrn............................1951 642 14514.2 13,73 24.8 170,278 5,552 7.310 128,475 16,926 75.5 33.8 35.
6,347 18830 1,903 22047 6,54 881 14,948 2,640 67.8 29.7 32.8 1950 1950 6,47 127:189 _11.004_ 148459 47,631 7,023 109,743 17.470 73.9 32.1 35.8


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


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










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


1 1


Operating revenues


Freight Passenger

Per- Per- Total
Amount ce Amount cent
crease crease

l(b\ (0 (d) (a) (f)/\


814,597
14,652

2,772
3,061

19,586
21,607
2,686
3,037
6,804
5,955
20,357
20,298
3,485
3,382
14,316
15,282
2,614
2,750

39,697
41,653
21,243
19,474
13,307
14,109
6,393
6,699
38,728
38,631
38,584
39,446
4,266
4,927
2,923
2,440
3,107
2,969

5,621
5,942
19,012
17,776
5,700
5,258
9,315
8,920
426
336
5,504
5,643
9,902
9,913


d .4




d_9.4

d 11.5

14.3

.3

3.1

* 6.3

* 4,9




9.1

* 5.7




.3

d 2.2

d 13.4

19.8

4.7

d 5.4

7.0

8.4

4.4

27.0




d .1


$2,150
2,175

36
36
2,147
1,872
263
218
2
3
1,081
1,031
120
157
812
671
60
55
5,430
4,842
2,011
1,891
1,856
2,069



4,207
4,342
4,236
3,689
289
402
233
206
177
125
376
364
1,249
,1,117
502
631
636
580

13
9
64
70
889
871


d 1.2

1.8

14.7

20.7

d 9.2

4.9

d 23.6

20.9

8.5

12.2

6.3

d 10.3

d 16.8

d 3.1

14.8

d 28.1

13.0

41.8

3.2

11.8

d 20.4

9.6

35.7

d 8,4

2.1


FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST 1951 AND 1950


Operating expenses


Depreol-
All action in-
malnte- Oluded Total
nanoe in pr
column i

(a) (h)1 (,


(Money items in thousands of dollarse*
818,494 $6,442 $1,094 $15,991
18,568 5,702 1,092 14,345
2,954 1,206 149 2,387
3,265 1,165 134 2,236
24,027 8,567 1,335 20,120
25,720 7,591 1,202 18,092
3,185 878 126 2,605
3,479 916 137 2.540
7,909 1,391 126 3,812
6,982 1,157 127 2,938
23,269 7,767 907 16,580
23,093 6,580 876 14,230
3,810 1,470 137 3,122
3,728 1,333 128 2,870
16,188 5,859 713 12,626
16,974 4,683 686 10,639
2,814 923 91 2,263
2,972 656 84 1,789
48,986 16,619 2,424 36,127
50,405 15,042 2,009 32,198
25,355 7,983 1,014 17,317
23,343 6,683 6,683 1,008 14,844
16,462 5,691 642 13,414
17,461 5,157 650 12,125
7,021 2,111 334 4,792
7,414 1,936 343 4,613
45,424 14,443 1,574 35,239
45,784 12,889 1,593 31,254
45,878 14,338 1,988 34.291
46,360 12,995 1,597 30,179
4,666 1,353 182 3,147
5,430 1,172 179 2,862
3,425 1,254 110 2,?98
2,906 1,074 125 2,384
3,551 843 123 2,126
3,361 787 114 1,930
6,514 1,814 302 4,967
6,859 1,947 267 4,766
22,0o43 7,486 282 16,669
20,556 6,445 830 14,165
6,623 1,855 284 4,635
6,378 1,715 247 4,128
10,742 3,676 598 8,547
10,209 3,036 551 7,160
470 89 5 275
368 83 4 245
5,786 1,404 143 3,589
5,927 1,113 142 3,013
11,460 3,766 398 9,232
11,536 3,332 ." 361 8,157


Net
railway
oper-
ating
Income


(J)


$880
2,609
187
432
1,267
3,441
225
494

1,459
2,118

2,524
6,632
529
6C4

3,659
383
595
5,708
9,170
3,563
3,939
940
2,152

1,030
1,391
3,563
5,320
2,688
5,908
597
1,317
321
236
649
644,
498
843

3,042
3,062
884
903
930
1,627
44
33
856
1,356
552
968


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)



1k)


86.5
77.2
80.8
68.5

83.7
70.3
81.8
73.0
48.2
42.1

71.3
61.6
91.9
77.0
78.0
62.7
80.4
60.2

73.8
63.9
68.3
63.6
81.5
69.4
68.3
62.2

77.6
68.3

74.7
65.1
67.4
52.7
81.7
82.0

59.9
57.4
76.3
69.5
75.6
68.9
70.0
64.7
79.6
70.1
58.4
66.5
62.0
50.8
80.6
70.7


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of ooer-
ating
revenues

C1)


34.9
30.7
40.8
35.7
35.7
29.5
27.6
26.3

17.6
16.6

33.4
28.
38.6
35.8
36.2
27.6

32.8
22.1

33.9
29.8
31.5
28:6

34.6
29.5
30.1
26.1

31.8
28.2
31.3
28.0
29.0
21.6
36.6
37.0



27.9
28.4

34.0
31.4
28.0
26.9
34.2
29.7
19.0
22.4
24.3
18.8
32.9
28.9


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


Percent
trans-
nortation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


Region, road, and year


Northwestern Region:
1951 Chicago & North Western .................... 1951
1950 1950
1951 Chicago Great Western ................... 1951
1950 1950
1951 Chicago, Milwaukee, St.Paul & Pacific ...... 1951
1950 1950
1951 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ..... 1951
1950 1950
1951 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............... 1951
1950 1950
1951 Great Northern ............................ 1951
1950 1950
1951 Minnesoolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie .. 1951
1950 1950
1951 Northern Pacific ........................... 1951
1950 1950
1951 Wisconsin Central # ....................... 1951
1950 1950
Central Western Region:
1951 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ............ 1951
1950 1950
1951 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ............... 1951
1950 1950
1951 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific ............. 1951
1950 1950
1951 Denver & Rio Grande Western ................ 1951
1950 1950
1951 Southern Pacific Co. ....................... 1951
1950 1950
1951 Union Pacific .............................. 1951
1950 1950
1951 Western Pacific ............................ 1951
1950 1950
Southwestern Region:
1951 International Great Northern # ............. 1951
1950 1950

1951 Kansas City Southern........................ 1951
1950 1950
1951 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................ 1951
1950 1950

1951 Missouri Pacific #........................... 1951
1950 1950
1951 Texas & Pacific ............................ 1951
1950 1950
1951 St. Louis-San Francisco .................... 1951
1950 1950
1951 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ............ 1951
1950 1950
1951 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ................ 1951
1950 1950
1951 Texas & New Orleans ........................ 1951
1950 1950


Average
miles
of road
operated




(0)


FOR EIGHT MONTHS ENDED WITH AUGUST 1951 AND 1950


Operating revenues


Freight Passenger


Per Per Total
Amount et Amount nt
crease crease

(in) (a (r) (6) Mt)


Operating expenses


Depreci-
All action in-
mainte- luded Total
ane ceding
column I

(ui (vi (s


Net
railway
oper-
atirg
income


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


7,912
8,026
1,474
1,478
10,671
10,671
1,617
1,617

565
563
8,316
8,316

3,224
3.224
6,887
6,896
1,050
1,051
13,096
13,073
8,822
8,849

7,924
7,614
2,341
2,413
8,128
8,143

9,722
9,719
1,193
1,195

1,102
891
891

3,243
3,248
6,959
6,967
1,846
1,846
4,613
4,637

159
159
1,569
1,569
4,301
4,316


$103,921
92,214
21,042
19,484
140,460
131,518
18,292
17,668

32,078
23,766
137,824
108,231

23,845
20,527
96,799
84,864
18,970
17,476
307,049
262,023
144,754
120,372
106,233
93,218
44,177
35,368
288,509
252,641

275.538
236,303

32,675
26,215
21,412







117,358
43,732
37,648
625,940

42,795142
2,55439

4132,109525
43,732






37,76148


78,117
69,635
69,635


12.7

8.0

6.8

3.5

35.0

27.3

16.2

14.1

8.5

17.2

20.3

14.0

24.9

14.2

16.6

24.6

17.4

16.9

.4

12.9

16.2

11.0

20.8

16.8

12.2


$14,984
13,759
245
135
13,107
11,382

1,567
1,388
14
15
9,066
6,894
698
730

5,251
3,954
350
300

34,187
28,998
12 8

13,636
11,388

2,453
1,980
28,878
25,110
25,582
22,127
2,060
1,838



1,147
805
3,424
2,701
8,312
7,099
3,486
3,110
5,049
3,589
90
67
474
370
6,690
5,149


8.9

80.9

15.2

12.9

a 6.1

31.5

d 4,3

32.8

16.6

17.9

9.5

19.7

23.9

15.0

15.6

12.0

36.6

42.5

26.8

17.1

12.1

40.8

34.3

28.1

29.9


$132,158
118,082
22,506
20,746

170,591
157,767
21,561
20,603

36,924
27,894
158,429
125,200

25,862
22,475
109,521
95,756
20,341
18,821

369,871
318,211
172,926
145,211
130,617
113,121
48,429
38,936
336,439
295,835

323,474
279,729
35,489
28,706

25,330
21,539
29,328
24,973
50,416
49,104
154,344
136,521

5 0,914
4,237
80,617
71,492

3,249
2,668
46,205
39,659
90.524
79,870


$47,126
42,249

7,247
6,894

60,989
52,856
7,030
6,185
10,615
8,695
56,911
50,364
10,833
9,368
40,214
36,864

6,645
5,421
136,161
104,344

12,732
5,732
40,030
33,470
15,277
12,891

108,053
93,028
110,654
91,089
10,209
8,644

;,616
1,758
6,684
5,445
, 15,401
14,388
57,614
44,438

14,778
13,278
27,556
23,767
686
664
11,409
10,133
29,689
21,-931


$8,622
8,607
1,108
1,082
10,018
9,494
1,026
1,075
1,011
1,015
7,156
6,817
1,080
1,017

5,589

717
614
18,046
15,695
8,145
7,869

5,136
5,453
2,693
2,670
15,211
12,482
16,074
12,549
1,405
1,369



1,001
913
2,247
2,036
6,965
6,457
2,139
1,881
4,624
4,285

36
35
1,054
1,119
3,414
2,881


$119,415
104,722
16,321
14,776
148,268
131,391
20,412
17,862
23,742
17,272
123,052
105,730
23,132
20,441

90,472
80,675
16,605
13,839
285,527
226,623
124,376
106,098

101,976
84,461

34,600
30,166
260,560
223,635

251,903
209,245
23,824
20,111
21,129
17.345
17,007
14,438

39,716
36,108
126,144
103,486

35,775
32,055

55,557
2,164
1,958
28,783
24,598
71,354
59,886


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


$1,o65 90.4
2,145 88.7

1,919 72.5
2,237 71.2
5,471 86.9
8,775 83.3
a1.699 94.7
78 86.7
4,160 64.3
5,045 61.9
11,506 77.7
5,311 84.4
996 89.4
121 90.9
8,257 82.6
7,407 84.3
1,260 81.6
2,229 73.5

32,771 77.2
43,270 71.2

18,728 71.9
17,099 73.1
9,429 78.1
10,610 74.7
6,599 71.4
4,544 77.5

24,573 77.4
24,038 75.6
13,070 77.9
20,103 74.8
4,779 67.1
4,558 70.1
1,882 8 .4
1'64 86.5
4,951 58.0
5,247 57.8
3,799 78.8
5,106 73.5
13,734 81.7
16,358 75.8
5,922 70.3
5,384 72.5

7,924 77.7
245 66.6
139 73.4
6,087 62.3
7,082 62.0

5,870 78.8
6,760 75.0


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1951 0 950175


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Miles
of road
operated
at close
of month


7,895
7,977
1,474
1,476
10,671
O10,671
1,617
1,617
566
563
8,316
8,316
3,224
3,224
6,887
6,903
1,046
1,051
13,097
13,073
8,824
8,830

7,917
7,601

2,334
2,413
8,130
8,144

9,756
9,720
1,193
1,195
1,104
1,089
891
891

3,242
3,243
6,950
6,966

1,846
1,846
4,601
4,635
159
159
1,569
1,569
4,292
4,316


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


35.7
35.8
32.2
33.2
35.8
33.5
32.6
30.0
28.7
31.2
35.9
40.2
41.9
41.7

36.7
38.5
32.7
28.8

36.8
32.8
30.5
31.5
30.6
29.6

31.9
33.1
32.1
31.4
34.2
32.6
28.8
30.1



22.8
21.8

30.5
29.3
37.3
32.5
29.0
30.0

34.2
33.2
21.1
24.9
24.7
25.6
32.8
31.2


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