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Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
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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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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

II I1262087311022 I INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Semet No. III
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U NIV. BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS
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JANUARY 1952


-' FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 1952 AND 1951
Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Percent Percent
of road Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans-
Region, road, and year operated Depreci- railway atlng nanoe portatlon
at close atlon in- oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month Per- Per- All eluded eating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- in pre- Total income cent) eating atlng
in- in- nanoe ceding revenues revenues
crease crease column $

(a(b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (gl) I (h)>(1) (k)(1I(i) (m) (n)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Total--Roads listed herein .............. 1952 203,965 $659,435 .2 $79,050 5.5 $806,949 $266,681 $36,235 $641,861 $59,163 79.5 33.0 40.0
1951 204,142 657,865 74,927 790,621 247,160 34,965 604,790 70,836 76.5 31.3 39.0
New England Region:
Boston & Maine ...................... 1952 1,701 5,673 d 6.1 964 a 3.7 7,434 2,481 303 6,333 192 85.2 33.4 45.5
1951 1,702 6,041 1,001 7,729 2,381 309 5,999 556 77.6 30.8 41.1
New York, New Haven & Hartford ...... 1952 1,793 7,782 d .5 4,377 .9 13,743 3,945 621 10,923 904 79.5 28.7 43.7
1951 1,794 7,825 4,339 13,488 3,715 594 10,220 1,102 75.8 27.5 41.9
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson ................... 1952 793 4,793 d 3.3 188 5.3 5,141 1,667 185 3,922 559 76.3 32.4 38.3
1951 793 4,956 179 5,253 1,497 195 3,660 758 69.7 28.5 36.1
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ...... 1952 964 6,081 3.2 835 d 4.3 7,733 2,176 422 6,129 792 79.3 28.1 45.2
1951 966 5,893 873 7,339 2,001 409 5,759 714 78.5 27.3 45.4
Erie ................................ 1952 2,242 13,139 d..7 653 d 3.1 14,942 3,718 648 10,912 1,700 73.0 24.9 41.2
1951 2,245 13,226 674 14,841 3,651 633 10,750 1,715 72.4 24.6 40.9
Grand Trunk Western ................. 1952 952 4,101 d 5.9 231 .4 4,714 1,567 137 4,045 63 85.8 33.2 47.3
1951 974 4,359 230 4,929 1,453 185 3,808 639 77.3 29.5 43.2
Lehigh Valley ....................... 1952 1,220 6,045 1.0 400 13.2 6,847 1,877 305 4,880 1,036 71.3 27.4 37.8
1951 1,229 5,987 353 6,617 1,884 321 4,874 1,025 73.7 28.5 39.3
New York Central .................... 1952 10,725 50,957 d .6 11,976 9.5 71,358 25,018 3,099 62,143 2,471 87.1 35.1 45.7
1951 10,725 51,259 10,937 69,054 23,330 3,135 59,566 2,382 86.3 33.8 46.5
New York, Chicago & St. Louis ........ 1952 2,188 12,639 d 6.7 218 12.6 13,243 3,973 453 9,352 1,611 70.6 30.0 34.5
1951 2,192 13,546 193 14,122 3,568 424 9,482 1,797 67.1 25.3 36.6
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .............. 1952 221 4,090 5.2 91 d 8.8 4,377 1,753 266 3,533 914 80.7 40.1 33.6
1951 221 3,889 100 4,178 1,657 254 3,420 688 81.9 39.7 35.3
Wabash .............................. 1952 2,393 7,850 d 8.2 480 d 3.9 8,993 2,391 418 7,004 745 77.9 26.6 44.0
1951 2,393 8,555 500 9,740 2,312 376 6,896 1,033 70.8 23.7 40.5
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio .................... 1952 6,187 32,819 4.2 2,300 13.0 37,571 12,693 1,368 30,507 3,552 81.2 33.8 41.0
1951 6,188 31,497 2,036 35,435 11,761 1,358 28,836 3,110 81.4 33.2 41.8
Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ..... 1952 411 2,894 d_ 4. 454 d 4.4 3,690 1,150 154, 3,275 d 422 88.8 31.2 51.1
1951 410 3,025 474 3,743 1,190 149 3,315 88.1 31.8 49.9
Central R. R. Co. of Pennsylvania ... 1952 207 1,668 1.3 6 d29.8 1,731 545 82 1,116 799 64.5 31.5 28.9
1951 210 1,647 9 1,696 620 79 1,233 695 73.7 38.3 31.2
Chicago & Eastern Illinois .......... 1952 868 2,344 .6 306 6.5 2,976 762 140 2,160 376 72.6 25.6 37.1
1951 886 2,330 287 2,880 734 119 2,039 372 70.8 25.5 36.5
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ............. 1952 236 3,638 d .1 4,565 1,173 120 3,204 156 70.2 25.7 40.4
1951 238 3,678 4,589 960 111 2,751 419 60.0 20.9 35.1
Long Island #........................ 1952 365 1,119 d 8.9 2,797 9.2 4,186 1,470 203 51,60 d 1 1233 35.1 83.6
1951 365 1,227 2,562 4,024 1,361 196 3,771 d 48 1293.7 33.8 56.4
Pennsylvania ........................ 1952 10,120 64,478 3.2 15,125 7.1 87,931 31,595 3,680 75,730 5,013 86.1 35.9 44.8
1951 10,127 62,505 14,116 83,936 30,292 3,550 71,924 5,257 85.7 36.1 44.3
Reading ............................. 1952 1,322 10,391 7.3 603 .6 11,810 3,885 562 9,145 1,289 77.4 32.9 40.3
1951 1,317 9,685 600 10,956 3,411 518 8,331 1,211 76.0 31.1 40.7
Western Maryland .................... 1952 836 4,219 1.9 10 19.9 4,504 1,411 216 3,141 746 69.7 31.3 32.9
1951 837 4,142 9 4,319 1,295 208 2,884 805 66.8 30.0 31.2
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio ................... 1952 5,117 29,138 9.8 738 .4 31,224 10,748 1,713 22,807 4,477 73.0 34.4 32.9
1951 5,116 26,528 734 28,169 8,854 1,634 19,987 3,342 71.0 31.4 33.7
Norfolk & Western .................... 1952 2,135 16,482 8.5 478 6.3 17,860 6,283 841 12,744 2,248 71.4 35.2 31.0
1951 2,135 15,198 450 16,273 5,436 804 11,233 2,272 69.0 33.4 30.3
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line ................. 1952 5,472 12,001 8.0 2,438 12.9 15,696 4,668 627 10,857 1,609 69.2 29.7 32.8
1951 5,452 11,113 2,160 14,287 5.:426 502 11,549 608 80.8 38.0 36.1
Central of Georgia ..................1952 1,786 3,123 d 239 d76 3,742 1,152 145 3,058 232 81.7 30.8 42.0
1951 1,815 3,225 259 3,753 1,189 129 3,059 234 81.5 31.7 41.9
Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific .. 1952 337 3,105 3.3 242 d 3541 1,241 194 2,458 484 35.1 28.5
1951 336 3,006 270 3,455 1,192 194 2,316 521 67.0 34.5 27.3
Gulf, Mobile & Ohio .................. 1952 2,878 6,699 8.6 451 d9.0 7,674 2,582 302 5,515 808 71.9 33.6 30.2
1951 2,898 6,167 495 7,144 2,449 382 5,463 604 76.5 34.3 32.6
Illinois Central .................... 1952 6,539 21,181 2.8 1,951 d .1 25,658 8,423 1,063 19,935 1,967 77.7 32.8 38.7
1951 6,539 20,596 1,954 24,847 7,910 1,124 18,896 2,305 76.1 31.8 38.0
Louisville & Nashville .............. 1952 4,765 17,481 1.9 1,339 d 2.5 20,250 6,767 851 14,863 2,696 73.4 33.4 35.0
1951 4,778 17,148 1,373 19,722 5,842 830 14,071 2,620 71.3 29.6 36.9
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis .. 1952 1,032 2,784 3.6 166 d 12.5 3,309 1,006 164 2,418 418 73.1 30.4 35.4
1951 1,049 2,686 190 3,170 849 159 2,232 454 70.4 26.8 36.4
Seaboard Air Line ................... 1952 4,145 11,590 4.8 1,686 7.2 14,384 4,555 636 10,238 1,869 71.2 31.7 32.8
1951 4,146 11,063 1,573 13,552 4,304 522 9,656 1,624 71.3 31.8 33.1
Southern ............................ 1952 6,306 18,646 d I. 1,701 16.0 22,127 7,281 959 16,633 2,123 75.2 32.9 36.1
1951 6,344 18,774 1,466 21,773 6,876 870 15,838 2,304 72.7 31.6 35.6


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


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


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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 JANUARY 1952 AND 1951

Miles Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Percent Percent
Region, road, and year operated Freight Passenger Net Oper- mant Percent
at close Depreci- Net Oper- mainte- trans-
of month ation in- railway ating nance portation
P All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses
Amount Pen Amnt Total malnte- in pre- Total ating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount cent Amount cent nance ceding income cent) ating ating
crease crease column revenues revenues
crease crease
(a) (() (o) (d) (() (f) ( S S ) Si() (, ) tk) 1 (1) (() n)


Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western ...................... 19
19
Chicago Great Western ....................... 19
19
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ...... 19
19
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ...... 19
19
Duluth,Missabe & Iron Range .................. 19
195
Great Northern ..... ... ................. 19
19;
Minneapolis, St. Paul, & SaultL Ste. Marie .. 195
19;
Northern Pacific ............................ 195
195
Wisconsin Central # ........................ 195
1951
Central Western Retgion:
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ .............. 19;
1953
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ................ 195
1951
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific .............. 195
195
Denver & Rio Grande Western ................. 195
195
Southern Pacific Co. ..................... 195
195
Union Pacific .................. ............ 195
195
Western Pacific ............................. 195
195
Southwestern Region:
International Great Northern ................ 195
195
Kansas City Southern ......................... 195
195
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................. 195
195
Missouri Pacific # .......................... 195
195
Texas & Pacific ......... ................... 1952
1951
St. Louis-San Francisco ..................... 195;
195:
St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ............. 195;
195:
St. Louis Southwestern Lines ................ 195;
195:
Texas & New Orleans .......................... 195
195:

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


7,915
7,923
1,474
1,474

10,671
10,671

1,617
1,617

567
564
8,314
8,316
3,224
3,224
6,887
6,887
1,046
1,051

13,074
13,096
8,834
8,822

7,916
7,925

2,333
2,387

8,136
8,129
9,867
9,720

1,193
1,193
1,104
1,104
891
891

3,242
3,243
6,950
6,960

1,834
1,846

4,601
4,635

159
159

1,569
1,569
4,291
4,316


$12,410
13,127
2,729
2,790

17,622
18,092

2,425
2,397

337
667

13,402
13,520
2,368
2,515

10,523
10,394

2,307
2,281

38,764
39,460

17,777
18,038

13,949
14,135

5,512
5,728

34,346
35,519
32,241
33,770
3,491
4,214
2,759
2,617

3,484
3,362
5,641
5,795
17,018
17,622

5,719
5,409
8,645
8,865

384
302

5,783
5,910
10,849
10,560


d 2.2

d 2.6

1.2

d 49.6

d .9




1.2

1.1

d 1.8

d 1.4




d 3.8




d 4.5

d 17.2

5.4

3.6







5.7




27.3

d 2.1

2.7


52
51
52
51

52
51

52
51

52
51
52
51

52
51
52
51

52
51
52
51

52
51

52
51

52
51
52
1
52


1
2
1

2
1
2
1

2
1
2
1

2
1

2
1

2
1

2
1


$1,961
1,781
21
37
1,750
1,497

212
198
1
2
1,243
979
80
75
647
619
40
36
4,664
4,089-

1,692
1,431

1,947
1,889

258
310
3,532
3,847
3,462
2,863
181
215
220
363
172
144

398
770
1,168
1,172
421
503
687
681

7
6

56
69

787
955


10.1




16.9

7.1

d 47.8

27.0

7.0

4.4


11.5

14.1


18.3

3.1

d 16.9

d 8.2

20.9







19.3

d 48.4




d 16.2


.9

20.7



d 18._


(Money items

$16,410 o 5,552
16,716 5,114

2,931 851
2,999 769
21,525 7,579
21,690 6,463

2,896 799
2,793 739
386 1,552
712 1,261

15,897 6,985
15,561 6,168
2,619 1,254
2,744 1,111

12,253 5,246
11,947 4,326
2,492 840
2,440 785

47,906 14,978
47,141 14,527

21,593 6,382
21,370 5,368

17,524 4,737
17,495 4,082
6,004 2,011
6,269 1,812

40,706 13,027
41,684 12,479

39,150 12,417
39,216 11,229
3,760 1,382
,517 1,088
3,289 1,162
3,259 1,167
3,999 778
3,811 714
6,644 1,982
7,222 1,781
20,144 6,580
20,550 6,760
6,707 2,210
6,414 1,783

10,163 3,403
10,273 3,407
416 81
331 76
6,089 1,301
6,182 1,207

12,492 3,636
12,272 3,544


thousands

$1,062
1,076

152
133

1,319
1,218

133
130

131
126
890
886
142
131
707
712
98
87
2,247
2,022

1,038
1,011

700
641

317
342
1,927
1,693

1,519
1,599
192
174
132
123
122
128

303
260
924
859
333
256
609
568

5
4

144
125
212
388


of dollars)*

15,016
13,934
1,997
1,986

18,770
17,331
2,554
2,480

2,374
2,047

15,323
13,853
2,821
2,576
12,158
10,346
2,138
2,048

34,232
32,623
15,744
14,451

12,822
11,914

4,699
4,464

32,302
30,514
30,969
28,141

3,158
2,791
2,613
2,588
2,191
2,006

5,097
5,016

15,302
15,241

4,929
4,485

8,081
7,932
280
238

3,429
3,254
8,722
8,713


# Report of trustee or trustees.
a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe;
& Santa Fe.
d Decrease or deficit.


327
314
751
1,480

d __47


d 2 101

d 1.172
192

d 1I




73
27

5,436
5,882

2,109
2,885

1,916
2,212

538
888

,279
,131
1,647
3,034
157
841

301
281

699
695
615
776
2,84

671
699
866
1,132

107
19
788
836

1,084
1,267


68.1
66.2

87.2
79.9
88.2
88.8

615.5
287.7
96.4
89.0
107.7
93.9
99.2
86.6

85.8
83.9

71.5
69.2

72.9
67.6

73.2
68.1

78.3
71.2

79.4
73.2
79.1
71.8
84.0
61.8




52.6

76.7
69.5
76.0
74.2

73.5
69.9

79.5
77.2
67.2
72.1

56.3
52.6
69.8
71.0


33.8
30.6
29.0
25.6

35.2
29.8

27.6
26.5
402.5
177.2
43.9
39.6
47.9
40.5

42.8
36.2

33.7
32.2

31.3
30.8
29.6
25.1

27.0
23.3

33.5
28.9

32.0
29.9

31.7
28.6

36.8
24.1

35.3
35.8
19.5
18.7
29.8
24.7

32.7
32.9

33.0
27.8

33.5
33.2

19.5
22.8

21.4
19.5
29.1
28.9


28.9 36.0
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40.1
46.4

33.4
34.5
44.8
43.6

53.5
55.7
178.7
97.9
44.8
42.6

52.0
46.6
48.0
42.7
44.8
45.3
33.4
31.7

37.3
37.0
38.6
37.5

36.9
34.8
40.3
36.7

39.1
35.4
35.3
28.7

38.3
37.5
30.2
28.9

38.0
36.9
37.7
36.0

32.9
34.3

38.4
37.1
29.9
40.9

29.0
27.8

34.5
36.0


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