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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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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
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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.
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Title from caption.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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subject revision 31262 08731 1485 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




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



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FOR T OF FEBRUARY 1952 AND lll /

Operating revenues Operating expenses1
Miles -
of road Freight Passenger D
oprat ed ati6n I
of month Per- Per-
cent cent Total mainte- n pre- Total
Amount in- Amount in- nance ceding
crease crease column %

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


203,945
204,084
1,701
1,702
1,793
1,794
793
793
964
966
2,242
2,245

952
974
1,220
1,229
10,725
10,725
2,188
2,192
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,187
6,188
411
410

207
210
868
886

236
238
365
365
10,120
10,127
1,321
1,313
836
837
5,117
5,116

2,135
2,135

5,472
5,452
1,786
1,815

337
336
2,878
2,898
6,539
6,539
4,765
4,778

1,032
1,049
4,145
4,146

6,306
6,344


$651,279
554,972

5,353
4,962

7,453
6,813
4,294
4,056
6,028
5,158
12,820
12,101
4,196
3,730
5,914
5,133
48,120
40,570

12,925
9,746

3,845
3,318
8,309
7,237
32,143
27,344
2,728
2,454
1,612
1,287
2,337
2,004
3,442
2,836
960
1,027
61,880
50,629
9,663
8,319
4,099
3,601

27,704
23,151
15,966
12,758

11,727
10,210
3,021
2,982
3,142
2,767
6,382
5,994
20,103
18,461
17,040
14,299
2,789
2,499

11,703
10,205
18,140
16,254


17.4

7.9

9.4

5.-9

16.9

5.9

12.5

15.2

18.6

32.6

15.9

14.8

17.6

11.2

25.2

16.7

21.3

d 6.5

22.2

16.2

13.8

19.7

25.1

14.9

1.3

13.6

6.5

8.9

19.2

11.6

14.7

11.6


$70,047
60,680
981
942
4,194
3,153
161
144

792
771
613
515
202
206

321
262

9,815
7,741
169
164
81
78
445
368
2,008
1,943
423
426
6
7
246
251



2,635
2,323
12,708
10,885
564
545

8
7
668
591
429
453
2,453
2,o41
253
282

233
237

398
375
1,989
1,727
1,103
1,196
165
177
1,665
1,372
1,584
1,562


15.4

4.1

33.0

11.5

2.8

18.9

d 1.9

22.4,

26.8

2.9

4.5

20.9

3.4




d 19.4

d 2.2




13.4

16.7

3.6

24.4

13.0




20.2

d 10.0




5.9

15.2

d 7.8

d 6.5

21.3

1.4


$785,310
664,943
7,084
6,456
13,060
11,088
4,612
4,306

7,498
6,396
14,477
13,394
4,711
4,360

6,561
5,651
65,827
53,756
13,510
10,264
4,102
3,577
9,455
8,216

36,505
31,076
3,436
3,122
1,667
1,321
2,922
2,476
4,290
3,729
3,860
3,542
82,685
67,591
10,929
9,494
4,325
3,782
29,619
24,765
17,441
13,804
15,342
13,167
3,622
3,508
3,569
3,163
7,275
6,826
24,573
22,115
19,324
16,379

3,255
2,898
14,460
12,389

21,388
18,959


$253,946
238,500
2,501
2,302
4,031
3,662
1,584
1.431
2,168
1,915
3,774
3,665
1,432
1,299

1,759
1,731
21,536
21,324

3,875
3,398
1,506
1,502
2,293
2,093

13,138
11,594
1,101
1,018
500
551
723
747

983
926

1,338
1,342
29,359
28,732

3,520
3,207
1,353
1,272
10,036
8,381
6,068
5,372
4,841
5,465
1,163
1,200
1,285
1,203
2,341
2,373
7,901
7,559
6,440
6,010

970
876
4,519
4,332

7,082
6,788


836,152
34,635
313
309
626
591
204
195
422
410
656
630

137
185

305
298

3,129
3,129
454
426
272
247
426
384

1.383
1,357
154
150

83
79
139
139
121
111
203
196

3,332
3,243
565
517
216
212
1,710
1,657
847
806
630
501
147
148
194
194
302
295
1,064
1,124

862
838

164
161
634
521
966
869


$607,752
571,552
6,110
5,769
10,574
9,802

3,755
3,475
5,913
5,401

10,729
10,282

3,768
3,405
4,598
4,582

56,674
54,984

9,077
8,031
3,248
3,264
6,661
6,205
29,838
27,522
3,076
3,001
1,044
1,070
2,072
1,983
2,880
2,505

3,654
3,698
71,355
69,683
8,289
7,767
2,915
2,713
21,648
19,113
12,117
10,983
10,967
11,337
2,990
3,043
2,519
2,287
5,000
4,937

18,586
17,446
14,105
13,758
2,295
2,156

10,079
9,414

15,797
14,915


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


SPercent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


(1) I (k) I (1) (m)


868,534
13,959
148
d 186
698
d 82
471
373
772
426
1,638
1,198
446
497

976
540

2,935

1,933
948
898
468
1,111
598

3,478
1,512



797
480

393
173
210
225
d 501

4,551
d 8,424

1,298
794
823
638
4,346
2,755
2,426
1,688
612
386
219
92
353
390
850
707
2,217
1,580
2,586
1,053
463
346

1,958
1,211
2,284
1,449


77.4
86.0
86.3
89.4
81.0
88.4
81.4
80.7
78.9
84.4

74.1
76.8
80.0
78.1
70.1
81.1
86.1
102.3
67.2
78.2
79.2
91.3
70.4
75.5
81.7
88.6

89.5
96.1
62.7
81.0
70.9
80.3
67.1
67.2
94.7
104.4

86.3
103.1

75.8
81.8
67.4
71.8

73.1
77.2
69.5
79.6
71.5
86.1
82.5
86.8
70.6
72.3
68.7
72.3
75.6
78.9
73.0
84.0

70.5
74.4
69.7
76.0

73.9
78.7


32.3
35.9
35.3
35.7
30.9
33.0
34.3
33.2
28.9
29.9
26.1
27.4
30.4
29.8
26.8
30.6

32.7
39.7
28.7
33.1
36.7
42.0
24.3
25.5
36.0
37.3
32.0
32.6
30.0
41.7

24.7
30.2
22.9
24.8

34.7
37.9
35.5
42.5

32.2
33.8
31.3
33.6

33.9
33.8
34.8
38.9
31.6
41.5
32.1
34.2
36.0
38.0
32.2
34.8
32.2
34.2

33.3
36.7
29.8
30.2
31.2
35.0
33.1
35.8


38.7
43.1
44.8
47.4
43.3
48.3
41.0
40.8
44.4
48.4
41.1
41.9
44.6
42.9

37.5
43.9

46.7
54.9

33.3
38.5
35.2
42.0
40.1
44.0

39.4
44.4
51.3
56.6 .
28.6
34.8
36.2
39.3
39.9
38.1

55.3
62.3
45.2
54.0

39.4
43.3

30.5
32.2

33.0
36.7
29.8
34.6

33.1
37.5
41.5
43.9
28.
28.4
28.5
29.7

37.4
38.1
34.6
41.5

33.6
36.7
31.9
33.9
34.6
36.5


2 C o


Region, road, and year


1952 Total--Roads listed herein .............. 1952
1951 1951
New England Region:
1952 Boston & Maine ...................... 1952
1951 1951
1952 New York, New Haven & Hartford ...... 1952
1951 1951
Great Lakes Region:
1952 Delaware & Hudson ................... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ...... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Erie ................................ 1952
1951 1951
1952 Grand Trunk Western ................ 1952
1951 1951
1952 Lehigh Valley ....................... 1952
1951 1951
1952 New York Central .................... 1952
1951 1951
1952 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ....... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .............. 1952
1951 1951
1952 Wabash .............................. 1952
1951 1951
Central Eastern Region:
1952 Baltimore & Ohio .................... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ..... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Central R. R. Co. of Pennsylvania ... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .......... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Elgin, Jollet & Eastern ............. 1952
1951 1951
1952 Long Island# ............. ........... 1952
1951 1951

1952 Pennsylvania ........................ 1952
1951 1951
1952 Reading ........................ .... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Western Maryland .................... 1952
1951 1951
Pocahontas Region:
1952 Chesapeake & Ohio ................... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Norfolk A Western ................... 1952
1951 1951
Southern Region:
1952 Atlantic Coast Line ................. 1952
1951 1951

1952 Central of Georgia .................. 1952
1951 1951
1952 Cinn., New Orleans 4 Texas Pacific .. 1952
1951 1951
1952 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio .................. 1952
1951 1951
1952 Illinois Central .................... 3952
1951 1951
1952 Louisville & Nashville .............. 1952
1951 1951
1952 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis .. 1952
1951 1951
1952 Seaboard Air Line ................... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Southern ............................ 1952
1951 1951


Average
miles
of road
operated


Op-r-tlng revenues

Freight Passenger

Per- Per-
cent cent Total

crease crease

t\ l \t i(r ) I ) t (r\)


203,957 1 $1,310,718 | 8.1 $149,094 9.9
204,113 | 1,212,834 135,602


1,702
1,702

1,793
1,794

793
793
964
966
2,242
2,245
952
974
1,220
1,229

10,725
10,725
2,188
2,192
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,187
6,188
411
410
207
210
868
886

236
238

365
365
10,120
10,127

1,322
1,315
836
837
5,117
5,116

2,135
2,135
5,472
5,452
1,786
1,815

337
336
2,878
2,898

6,539
6,539
4,765
4,778

1,032
1,049
4,145
4,146
6,306
6.344


11,026
11,oo3
15,235
14,638

9,087
9,012
12,109
11,052

25,960
25,326
8,297
8,089
11,960
11,120

99,077
91,828
25,564
23,293
7,935
7,207
16,159
15,791
64,962
58,841

5,623
5,479

3,280
2,935
4,681
4,334

7,079
6,514

2,079
2,254
126,359
113,134
20,054
18,003
8,318
7,743
56,842

32,45:1
27,956
23,728
21,323
6,144
6,206
6,248
5,?73
13,081
12,161
41,285
39,057
34,521
31,447

5,573
5,186

23,292
21,268

36,786
35,028


.2

4.1

.8

9.6

2.5

2.6

7.5

7.9

9.7

10.1

2.3

10.4

2.6

11.8

8.0

8.7




11.7

11.4

7.4

14.4

'6.1

11.3

01.0

8.2

7.6

5.7

9.8

7.5

9.5

5.0


1,945
1,943

8,570
7,491
349
323
1,627
1,643
1,266
1,189
433
436

722
616
21,791
18,678

387
358
172
178
925
868
4,309
3,979
876
900
12
16
552
538



5,432
4,885

27,833
25,002
1,168
1.145

19
15
1,405
1,325
907
902
A,891
4,201
492
540

475
507
848
870

3,940
3,680
2,442
2,569

332
367
3,350
2,945

3,285
3.028


.1

14.4

8.1

d_1.

6.5




17.2

16.7

8.2

d 3.0

6.7

8.3

2.6




2.4




11.2

11.3

2.0

21.8

6.1

.5

16.4




d 6.3

d 2.5

7.1

d 5.0




13.8

8.5


UNIV. OOF S F-L


Statement No. M-150
FEBRUARY 1952


U.S. DEPOSITORY


FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1952 AND 1951


Operating expenses

Depreci-
ation in-
All eluded
mainte- in pre- Total
nance ceding
column

(u)..t


(Money Itpms in thousands of dollars)*
$1,592,263 $520,632 $72,388 $1,249,615
1,455,69c 485,617 69,559 1,176,301
14,518 4,982 616 12,443
14,185 4,683 618 11,768
26,802 7,975 1,247 21,497
24,576 7,377 1,184 20,022

9,753 3,251 389 7,677
9,559 2,929 390 7,135
15,231 4,344 844 12,042
13,735 3,916 818 11,160
29,419 7,491 1,305 21,641
28,235 7,316 1,263 21,032
9,425 3,000 275 7,814
9,289 2,752 370 7,212
13,408 3,637 610 9,479
12,268 3,615 619 9,457

137,185 46,554 6,228 118,817
122,810 44,654 6,261 114,550
26,754 7,848 907 18,429
24,386 6,966 849 17,513
8,478 3,259 538 6,781
7,754 3,158 500 6,683
18,448 4,684 844 13,665
17,956 4,404 760 13,101
74,076 25,831 2,750 60,345
66,511 23,355 2,716 56,358
7,127 2,251 308 6,352
6,865 2,208 298 6,315

3,397 1,045 165 2,160
3,017 1,170 158 2,302
5,899 1,485 279 4,232
5,356 1,481 238 4,022
8,855 2,156 241 6,084
8,317 1,886 223 5,256
8,046 2,809 407 8,815
7,566 2,703 392 7,469
170,616 60,954 7,012 147,085
151,527 59,024 6,793 141,607
22,740 7,406 1,127 17,434
20,451 6,619 1,035 16,098
8,829 2,763 432 6,056
8,101 2,567 420 5,597
60,843 20,785 3,473 44,455
53,065 17,235 3,292 39,100
35,301 12,351 1,688 24,861
30,077 10,808 1,611 22,216
31,038 9,509 1,257 21,824
27,454 10,890 1,002 22,886
7,364 2,315 292 6,048
7,261 2,390 277 6,102
7,110 2,526 389 4,978
6,617 2,394 388 4,603
14,949 4,923 604 10,515
13,970 4,785 641 10,364
50,231 16,324 2,127 38,521
46,962 15,469 2,248 36,342

39,574 13,207 1,713 28,968
36,101 11,852 1,667 27,830
6,564 1,976 328 4,713
6,o68 1,725 319 4,388

28,845 9,073 1,269 20,317
25,941 8,636 1,043 19,070
43,515 14,364 1,925 32,430
40,733 13,664 1,739 30,752


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


$127,701
85,055
340
371
1,602
1,020
1,030
1,131
1,564
1,140

3,339
2,913

509
1,136
2,013
1,565
5,406
d 5.694

3,544
2,745
1,812
1,156
1,856
1,631

7,030
4,621

d 835

1,596
1,176

769
545
366
643
d 2,221
d 1,387
9,565
d 3,454
2,587
2,oo04
1,568
1,443
8,824
6,608
i4,674
3,960
2,221
993
451
326
837
911
1,657
1,347
4,184
3,885
5,282
3,673
880
800
3,828
2,836
4,406
3,753


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


(.v)


78.5
80.8
85.7
83.0
80.2
81.5
78.7
74.6
79.1
81.3

73.6
74.5
82.9
77.6
70.7
77.1
86.6
93.3
68.9
71.8
80.0
86.2
74.1
73.0
81.5
84.7
89.1
92.0
63.6
76.3
71.7
75.1
68.7
63.2

109.5
98.7
86.2
93.5
76.7
78.7
68.6
69.1
73.1
73.7
70.^
73.9

83.4
82.1
84.0
70.0
69.6
70.3
74.2

76.7
77.4
73.2
77.1
71.8
72.3
70.4
73.5
74.5
75.5


Percent Percent
mkintc- trans-
nance portation
-xpen*-0 expenses
of oper- of oper-
ating ating
revenues revenues

tot ose


32.7
33.4
34.3
33.0o
29.8
30.0

33.3
30.6
28.5
28.5
25.5
25.9
31.8
29.6
27.1
29.5

33.9
36.4
29.3
28.6
38.4
40.7
25.4
24.5

34.9
35.1
31.6
32.2
30.8
38.8
25.2
27.6
24.4
22.7

34.9
35.7
35.7
39.0
,2.6
32.4

31.3
31.7
34.2
,2.5

35.o0
35.9
30.6
39.7
31.4
32.9

35.5
36.2
32.9
34.3
32.5
32.9
33.4
32.8
30.1
28.4

31.5
33.3
33.0
33.5


39.3
40.9
45.1
44.0
43.5
44.8

39.5
38.2
44.8
46.8
41.1
41.4
46.0
43.1

37.7
41.4
46.2
50.2

33-9
37.4
34.5
38.4
42.0
42.1
40.2
43.0
51.2
53.4
28.8
33.2
36.6
37.8
40.2
36.4
70.0
59.2
45.0
48.6

39.9
41.9

31.7
31.7
33.0
35.0
30.4
32.3
32.9
36.7
41.8
42.9
28.6
27.8
29.4
31.2
38.1
38.1
34.8
39.0
34.5
36.6
32.4
33.5
35.4
36.0


* 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 FEBRUARY 1952 AND 1951 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1952 AND 1951

mile. Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Percent Percent mies Freight Passenger Percent Percent
operated Depreci- Net Oper- mainte- trans- of road ght passenger Depreci- Net Oper- mante-ran-
at close action in- railway ating nanoe portation Region, road, and year operated atn in- railway eating nance portatlon
of month Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses P Pe All lauded ope- ratio expenses expenses
cent cent Total mainte- in pre Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- PerPert Total malnte- i Total ating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount in- Amount in- nance ceding income cent) eating eating Amount in Amount in- nance eIng income cent) atlng atlng
crease crease column revenues revenues crease crease column revenues revenues

(a) (b) (a) (d) (e) (f) I () (h) (1) () (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (n) (c) (r) (s) t) (u (v) (w(xl (Y)( (a
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
7,915 $12,166 24.4 $1,602 1.3 $15,664 $5,417 $1,062 $14,290 d 932 91.3 34.6 49.3 1952 Chicago & North Western .................... 1952 7,915 $24,577 7.3 $3,563 6.0 $32,074 $10,969 $2,123 $29,306 d 1l2 91.4 34.2 49.7
7,923 9,781 1,581 12,839 5,030 1,074 13,298 d 103.6 39.1 55.9 1951 1951 7,923 22,908 3,362 29,556 10,144 2,150 27,232 !d 49 92.1 34.3 50.5
1,474 2,717 12.5 12 d 34.6 2,900 891 157 2,002 308 69.1 30.8 32.8 1952 Chicago Great Western ...................... 1952 1,474 5,446 4.6 33 d 39.6 5,831 1,742 309 3,999 636 68.6 29.9 33.1
1,474 2,416 18 2,601 785 135 1,827 298 70.2 30.2 34.0 1951 1951 1,474 5,205 55 5,600 1,554 268 3,812 612 68.1 27.7 34.2
,671 17,632 22.7 1442 10.2 21185 7228 1,318 17.673 1,195 8.4 34.1 42.5 1952 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ..... 1952 10,671 35,254 8.6 3,193 13.8 42,710 14,807 2,637 36,444 1,947 85.3 34.7 43.7
10,671 14,367 1,309 17,468 6,433 1,238 16,485 d 318 94.4 36.8 49.6 1951 1951 10,671 32,459 2,806 39,158 12,896 2,456 33,816 1,161 86.4 32.9 46.3
1,617 2,364 22.5 169 4.6 2.777 827 133 2,484 d 182 89.4 29.8 52.8 1952 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ..... 1952 1,617 4,790 10.7 380 6.0 5,673 1,626 265 5,037 d 229 88.8 28.7 53.2
1,617 1,930 161 2,282 721 130 2,273 d 335 99.6 31.6 60.2 1951 1951 1,617 4,326 359 5,074 1,460 260 4,753 d 351 93.7 28.8 57.8
567 470 d 20.8 1 d 13.5 519 1,175 131 1,968 d ,,493 379.1 226.3 129.9 1952 Duluth Missabe & Iron Range ................ 1952 567 807 d 36.0 2 d 37.4 905 2,727 262 4,342 ad 3.p4 479.8 301.4 150.7
564 594 1 632 1,208 127 1,952 d 1.37 308.6 191.0 104.3 1951 1951 564 1,261 3 1,344 2,469 253 3,999 d 269 297.6 183.7 100.9
8.314 14,460 16.2 1,023 11.8 16,676 6,689 944 14,712 286 88.2 40.1 41.2 1952 Great Northern ............................. 1952 8,314 27,862 7.3 ,266 19.7 32,573 13,674 1,834 30,035 d 886 92.2 42.0 43 0
8,316 12,443 915 14,346 6,364 891 13,544 dat 556 94.4 44.4 42.1 1951 1951 8,316 25,963 1,894 29,906 12,531 1,777 27,397 d 91.6 1!.9 42.4
3,224 2,607 13.0 73 27.7 2,850 1,270 140 2,750 d 152 96.5 44.6 45.1 1952 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie .. 1952 3,224 4,974 3.1 153 16.0 5,469 2,524 282 5,571 d 526 101.9 46.1 48.4
3,224 2,307 57 2,472 1,147 132 2,516 d 283 101.7 46.4 48.1 1951 1951 3,224 4,823 132 5,216 2,257 263 5,091 d 283 97.6 43.3 47.3
6,887 11,694 27.3 481 d 1.6 13,202 4,925 707 11,359 915 86.0 37.3 41.6 1952 Northern Pacific ........................... 1952 6,887 22,217 13.5 1,127 1.7 25,456 10,171 1,415 23,517 196 92.4 40.0 44.7
6,887 9,185 489 10,464 4,371 709 9,971 d 89 95.3 41.8 45.6 1951 1951 6,887 19,579 1,108 22,411 8,697 1,421 20,317 876 90.7 38.8 44.0
1,046 2,404 28.6 35 32.3 2,589 772 99 2,042 226 78.9 29.8 42.4 1952 Wisconsin Central # ........................ 1952 1,046 4,711 13.5 75 20.4 5,082 1,612 196 4,180 300 82.3 31.7 43.6
1,051 1,870 27 1,984 845 87 2,015 d 354 101.5 42.6 51.4 1951 1951 1,051 4,151 63 4,424 1,630 174 4,062 d '28 91.8 36.8 48.0
Central Western Region:
13,073 38,043 17.0 4,533 22.6 46,778 14,457 2,258 32,182 6,166 68.8 30.9 31.2 1952 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ............. 1952 13,074 76,808 6.7 9,197 18.1 94,685 29,435 4,504 66,413 11,602 70.1 31.1 32.3
13,096 32,508 3,696 39,314 13,876 2,034 30,512 3,956 77.6 35.3 35.2 1951 1951 13,096 71,968 7,785 86,455 28,403 4,056 63,135 9,838 73.0 32.9 33.3
8,816 17,276 1.5 1,361 21.0 20,601 5,326 1,044 13,992 2,668 67.9 25.9 35.7 1952 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ............... 1952 8,825 35,053 3,053 19.5 42,195 11,708 2,082 29,736 4,777 70.5 27.7 36.5
8,822 17,023 1,125 19,827 4,992 1,015 13,506 2,738 68.1 25.2 37.6 1951 1951 8,822 35.061 2,555 41,197 10,360 2,026 27,957 5,624 67.9 25.1 37.3
7,916 14,346 17.5 1,578 .5 17,349 4,795 706 12,488 1,958 72.0 27.6 36.9 1952 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ............. 1952 7,916 28,295 7.4 3,524 1.9 34,872 9,532 1,407 25,310 3.875 72.6 27.3 37.8
7,925 12,208 1,570 14,958 4,309 642 11,875 806 79.4 28.8 42.2 1951 1951 7,925 26,343 3,459 32,453 8,391 1,283 23,789 3,017 73.3 25.9 39.7
2,333 5,915 18.5 266 7.9 6,434 1,718 320 4,229 995 65.7 26.7 32.3 1952 Denver & Rio Grande Western ................ 1952 2,333 11,427 6.6 524 d 6. 12,438 3,729 637 8,928 1,532 71.8 30.0 34.5
2,334 4,990 247 5,424 1,473 342 3,575 918 65.9 27.2 32.3 1951 1951 2,360 10,719 557 11,694 3,205 685 8,039 1,806 68.7 28.1 33.7
8.136 36,206" 25.2 3,494 23.7 42,414 14,048 1,936 32,359 3,989 76.3 33.1 36.7 1952 Southern Pacific Co. ...................... 1952 8,136 70,551 9.5 7,025 5.3 83,120 27,075 3,863 64,661 7,269 77.8 32.6 38.5
8,129 28,917 2,824 33,752 11,953 1,694 28,162 1,247 83.4 35.4 40.5 1951 1951 8,1.29 64,436 6,671 75,437 24,432 3,387 58,675 5,379 77.8 32.4 38.4
9,867 33,321 15.8 2,988 30.1 39,076 11,572 1,544 28,958 2,532 74.1 29.6 37.1 1952 Union Pacific .............................. 1952 9,867 65,562 4.8 6,451 25.0 78,226 23,989 3,063 59,926 4,179 76.6 30.7 38.1
9,720 28,778 2,297 33,224 11,167 1,599 26,897 944 81.0 33.6 39.2 1951 1951 9,720 62.548 5,160 72,440 22,396 3,197 55,038 3,979 76.0 30.9 37.2
1,193 3,865 5.2 231 23.7 4,184 1,335 193 3,095 414 74.0 31.9 32.3 1952 Western Pacific ............................1952 1,193 7,355 d 6.7 412 2.5 7,944 2,717 385 6,253 571 78.7 34.2 33.8
1,193 3,673 187 3,931 1,138 174 2,606 718 66.3 29.0 28.1 1951 1951 1,193 7,887 402 8,449 2,226 348 5,398 1,558 63.9 26.4 28.4
Southwestern Region:
1,104 2,698 24.4 174 dA.6s 3,119 1,200 132 2,620 252 84.0 38.5 39.0 1952 International Great Northern # ............. 1952 1,104 5.457 14.0 393 d 29.1 6,407 2,362 264 5,233 553 81.7 36.9 38.7
1,104 2,169 192 2,597 1,080 123 2,415 86 93.0 41.6 44.5 1951 1951 1,104 4,786 555 5,856 2,247 246 5,003 367 85.4 38.4 40.6
891 3,505 12.3 137 11.2 3,952 863 122 2,173 657 55.0 21.8 28.2 1952 Kansas City Southern ....................... 1952 891 6,988 7.8 309 15.6 7,950 1,642 244 4,364 1,356 54.9 20.7 29.2
891 3,120 123 3,520 790 128 1,991 584 56.6 22.5 28.6 1951 1951 891 6,482 267 7,332 1,504 256 3,997 1,279 54.5 20.5 28.8
3,242 6,041 18.5 416 .6 7,042 1,804 311 4,783 937 67.9 25.6 34.4 1952 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................ 1952 3,242 11,682 7.3 814 d 11.3 13,686 3,787 614 9,880 1,552 72.2 27.7 36.1
3,243 5,097 414 5,966 1,721 272 4,551 513 76.3 28.8 38.6 1951 1951 3,243 10,892 1,184 13,188 3,502 532 9,567 1,288 72.5 26.6 37.6
6,950 16,731 21.2 931 6.0 19,469 6,435 938 34,887 2,208 76.5 33.1 37.9 1952 Missouri Pacific # ........................ 1952 6,950 33,749 7.4 2,099 2.4 39,614 13,016 1,862 30,188 4,792 76.2 32.9 37.8
6,960 13,806 878 16,188 6,330 847 14,267 1,058 88.1 39.1 42.8 1951 1951 6,960 31,427 2,049 36,738 13,090 1,706 29,508 3,475 80.3 35.6 39.0
1,834 5,597 16.7 401 20.9 6,510 2,039 337 4,649 669 71.4 31.3 32.6 1952 Texas & Pacific ............................ 1952 1,834 11,316 10.9 822 1.5 13,217 4,250 671 9,578 1,341 72.5 32.2 32.7
1,846 4,795 332 5,554 1,565 256 3,841 634 69.2 28.2 33.3 1951 1951 1,846 10,204 835 11,969 3,348 512 8,326 1,332 69.6 28.0 33.9
4,601 8,327 7.6 640 d 12.8 9,755 3,354 599 7,746 931 79.4 34.4 37.2 1952 St. Louis-San Francisco .................... 1952 4,601 16,972 2.2 1,327 6.2 19,919 6,757 1,208 15,827 1,796 79.5 33.9 37-8
4,635 7,736 734 9,091 3,312 570 7,486 733 82.3 36.4 38.3 1951 1951 4,635 16,601 1,415 19,364 6,718 1,138 15,418 1,864 79.6 34.7 37.7
159 408 -1.4. 6 d 56.6 441 83 5 257 90 58.3 18.9 32.6 1952 St. Louis-San Francisoo a Texas ............ 3952 159 792 10.7 13 .34.1 857 164 9 537 196 62.6 19.2 36.1
159 413 13 451 86 5 259 56 57.5 19.1 31.5 1951 1951 159 715 19 782 162 9 498 75 63.6 20.7 35.5
1,569 5,819 36.9 33 d 89- 6,077 1,188 145 3,243 846 53.4 19.5 28.1 1952 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ............... 1952 1,569 11,603 14.2 89 27.2 12,165 2,488 289 6,672 1,634 54.8 20.4 28.6
1,569 4,250 54 4,464 1,092 125 3,019 722 67,6 24.5 36.1 1951 1951 1,569 10,159 123 10,646 2,298 249 6,274 1,559 58.9 21.6 31.3
4,291 10,829 24.6 708 2.2 12,363 3,415 211 8,478 1,175 68.6 27.6 34.3 1952 Texas & New Orleans ........................ 1952 4,291 21,678 12.6 1,495 d .2 24,855 7,051 424 17,200 2,260 69.2 28.4 34.4
4,315 8,691 692 10,024 3.442 384 8,178 406 81.6 34.3 39.6 1951 1951 4,316 19,251 1,647 22,296 6,986 772 16,890 1,673 75.8 31.3 37.6


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


Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1952 0 950175


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