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.
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


3 1262 08731 1337 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OP TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


OPERATINGG REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE S8
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TEAM RAILWAYS


UNV.S. DEP OF FL LORY





U.S. DEPOSITORY


Statement No. M-150
MARCH 1952


FOR THE MONTH OF IH 19 2 AND 1951 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH 1952 AND 1951
OverAting revenues 0 prtn xeat .' /; --------------------------------------------------
Miles Oerating revenues O v acting expenses 1 Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Percent Percent Average .
oce ateF tn Dpre. Net Oper- mainte- trans- Freight avenger Percent Percent
at cloBse k,on In ;-> ,/ railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year of road Depreci- Net Oper- n ainte- trant-
S onth p All "s & ooer- ratio exoensos expenses operated aton n- railway atng nance portaton
Per P:r- Total ailnt ating (per- of oer- of oper- operated Per- Per- All eluded oner- ratio expenses expenses
Aount e- Amount Total ainte- atg atng Am t nt nt- Totalmainte- in pre- Total acting (per- of oper- of
Amut cente cent a co nggAmount in- Amount in- nance eding income cent)sting atin
ien- ut in- column 6 revenues revenues 1 A nt In- ane ceing coe cent) tng tng
create crease crease crease column 6 revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (gI (h) i1) (L (k) (1) (m) (n) () (,) (-) (r) () (t)(u) (v) () (x) (7) (5) (a)
(Money items in thousands of dollare* W(Money ites in thousands of doilarel)
(Money items In thousands of dollare)*
2 $673,538 2.1 70,899 5.0 $812,953 $268,772 $36,968 632,153 68,418 77.8 33.1 38.4 1952 Total--Roads listedherein .............. 1952 20 4 83 2 21 9,54 81 19,13 7. .
20,9086 687,696 67,543 816,283 268,563 36,397 636,276 72,555 77.9 32.9 39.0 1951 1951 20,93604 1,90530 203,150 2,271,975 754,180 105.959 1,812,584 157,746 79.
H0 76 0 1 ew England Region: ,104 1.900,530 203,150 2,271,975 754,180 105,959 1,812,584 157,746 79.8 33.2 40.2
1,701 5,906 d 1.8 896 3.4 7,606 2,392 316 6,06 49 79.8 31.4 42.8 1952 Bostn & Maine ......................1952 1,701 16931 d 2,841 1.1 22,124 7,374 932 18,510 836 83.7 33.3 44.4
1,702 6,014 867 7,564 2,466 309 6,189 403 81.8 32.6 43.3 1951 1951 1,702 17,016 2,810 21,749 7,149 927 17,957 774 82.6 32.9 43.8
1 79 06 d 4.1 4,066 11.7 13,751 4,348 632 11,085 780 80.6 31.6 42.3 1952 New York, New Haven & Hartford ...... 1952 1,79 23,301 1.1 12,637 13.5 40,554 12,324 1,879 32,582 2,382 80.3 30.4 4.1
8410 3,639 13,376 4,205 591 10,829 740 81.0 31.4 43.3 1951 Great Lakes Region: 1951 1,79 23,048 11,130 37,951 11,582 1,775 30,851 1,760 81.3 30.5 .3
793 4,710 1.5 164 11.3 ,053 1,497 185 3,651 758 72.3 29.6 37.0 1952 Delaware & Hudson.................... 1952 793 13,797 1.0 13 9.1 14,806 4748 575 11328 1788 76.5 32.1
793 4,642 147 4,926 1,536 195 3,710 557 75.3 31.2 38.7 1951 1951 793 13,654 470 .14,485 4 64 585 10,846 1,687 74.9 30.8 38.4
964 6,257 4.8 807 .3 7,833 2,224 423 6,097 845 77.8 28.4 44.0 1952 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western......1952 964 18,366 7.9 2,434 .6 23,064 6,568 1,267 18,139 2,40 78.6 28.5 44
966 5,968 804 7,395 2,167 409 6,093 170 82.4 29.3 47.5 1951 1951 966 17,020 2,:448 21,130 6,083 1,227 17,253 1,311 81.7 28.8 47.0
2,242 13,84 1 568 15544 3,992 659 11,167 1942 718 2. 39.6 1952 Erie................................1952 2242 39,774 1. 1,83 39 44,963 1,48 1,964 32,808 528 73. 25.5 40.6
2245 13,804 577 15398 3,811 630 11,090 1,745 72.0 2.8 40.7 1951 1951 2,245 39,130 1,766 43,634 11,127 1,893 32,122 4,651 73.6 25.5 412
952 4456 13.0 197 11.9 5,053 1,467 137 3,908 634 77. 29.0 43.3 192 Grand Trunk Western.................1952 952 12,753 35 630 2.9 14,478 4 ,67 412 11,722 114 81 309 45.0
974 5,121 176 5,789 1,532 185 4,192 1,128 72.4 26.5 41.9 1951 1951 974 13,210 612 15,078 4,284 555 11,405 2,264 75,6 28.4
1,220 6,119 7.4 312 2.4 6,778 1,776 30 4,771 1,017 70.4 26.3 38.4 1952 Lehigh Valley ....................... 1952 1,220 18,079 7.5 1,033 12.3 20,186 5,413 915 14,250 3,030 706 268 7
1,229 5,699 305 6,261 2,017 306 5,022 670 80.2 32.3 41.9 1951 1951 1,229 16,820 921 18,529 5,632 925 14,478 2,235 78.1 30.4 1.6
1,703 45,877 d 14.1 8,498 d8.2 62,323 22,000 3,156 56,526 d 6o 90.7 35.3 48.7 1952 New York Central....................1952 10717 144,954 3 30,289 8.4 199,508 68,560 9,384 175344 5,46 879 34.4
10,725 53,519 9252 7038 23,342 3,133 60504 3,331 85.7 33.0 46.6 1951 1951 10,725 145,348 27,931 193,448 67,995 9,397 175,054 d 2364 90 .5 351 348.9
2,188 13,563 d 1 202 43 14,144 3,86 455 9,396 2,118 66.4 27.3 34. 1952 New York, Chicago & St.Loui........ 1952 2,18 39,127 5.5 588 18.0 4 8 11,713 13627,8252 68.0 28.6
2,192 13,789 141 14,307 3,834 434 9,441 2,285 66.o 26,8 33.7 1951 1951 2,192 37,082 499 38,693 10,801 1,283 26,954 5,030 69.7 27.9 36.0
221 3,707 1.2 73 4 1726 277 3,552 6 887 4338.3 1952 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ..............1952 221 11,641 6.2 24 .012,84 4,9 815 10,334 2,47 82. 9.9 35.6
92.8 39.8 36.1 1951 1951 221 10,958 258 11,831 4,781 743 10,061 1,940 85.0 4O.4 37.6
2,393 8,955 d 1. 323 d17. 9,984 2,483 44 7,079 1,15 70.9 24.9 39.3 1952 Wabash .............................. 1952 2393 25,114 1.0 1,249 .9 28,43 7,167 1,285 20,743 3,01 73.0 252 41.1
2,393 9,075 392 10,121 2,4oo 389 7,010 1,IB8 69.3 23.7 39.5 1951 1951 2,393 24,867 1,259 28,077 6,804 1,150 20,111 2,819 71.6 242 41.1
618 3009 d 1.9 1,823 381807 13,287 1,391 30,481 3,944 79.8 38.8 1952 Halmr ....................192 6,187 98,971 5.8 6,12 3.2 12,256 39,119 4141 90,825 0,975 80.9 34.8
6,188 34,661 1,962 38,672 13,735 1,353 31,535 3,320 81,6 35.5 40.2 1951 1951 6,188 93,502 5,941 105,183 37,090 4,069 87,893 7,941 83.6 35.3 42.
411 2,785 5.5 471 5.7 3,555 1,073 14 3,178 d 392 89.4 30.2 52.9 1952 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey .... 1952 4il 8,408 d0 .2 1,347 .1 10,681 3,324 462 9,529 d 122 89. 31. 51.7
410 2,946 446 3,635 1,148 149 3,273 d 401 90.0 31.6 52.7 1951 1951 410 8,426 1,346 10,500 3,355 448 9,588 EkE 91.3 32.0 53.2
207 1,636 8.9 5 00.3 1,693 555 88 1,116 712 65.9 32.8 29.2 1952 Central R. R. Co. of Pennsylvania ... 1952 207 4,916 10.8 17 d026.9 091 1,600 254 3,276 2,308 64.3 31.4 28.9
210 1,503 1,547 526 79 1,098 656 70.9 34.0 32.7 1951 1951 210 4,438 23 :564 1,69? 237 340o 1,831 74. 37.2 3
868 2,351 1.2 234 d 6.6 2,909 822 14 2,165 361 74.4 28.3 361 1952 Chicago & EasternIllinois ..........1952 868 7 032 5.6 786 d 8,808 2,307 424 6,396 1,130 72.6 26.2 36
886 2,324 251 2,846 725 12 2,071 326 72.7 25.5 386 1951 1951 886 6657 789 8,202 2,206 362 6,093 872 74.3 26.9 38.1
236 3,881 3.7 4,761 1,106 123 3,048 363 64.0 23.2 36.8 1952 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ............. 1952 236 10,961 6.9 13,616 3,262 365 9,131 729 67.1 240 0
238 3,741 4,602 1,187 112 3,015 219 5 25.8 35.9 1951 1951 238 10,255 12,920 3,073 339 8,271 863 64.0 23.8 36,
365 1,1157 d12.0 2,864 16.6 34 243 419 203 877 16 91.4 33:4 53.8 1952 Long Island# ........................ 1952 365 3 194 d 9a l 8,296 13.0 12,289 4,227 610 12,692 d 2.56 103.3 34.4 64.4
365 1,267 2,456 3:943 1,506 196 *,044 Ad 83 102,6 38.2 6o.i 1951 1951 365 3,521 7,342 11,508 4,208 588 11,513 d0 2270 100.0 36.6 59.5
10,120 65,654 d3.2 13,796 10.5 88,222 31,897 3,914 75,516 5,595 85.6 36.2 43.9 1952 Pennsylvania ........................1952 10,120 192,013 6.1 41,630 11.0 258,839 92,851 10,926 222,601 15,160 86.0 35.9 44.6
10,127 67,840 12,488 88,113 32,658 3,789 75,694 5,065 85.9 37.1 43.8 1951 1951 10,127 180,974 37,490 239,640 91,682 10,582 217,300 1,746 90.7 38.3 46.9
1,322 10,347 7.1 571 d 4.4 11668 4,006 567 8, 949 1, 340 76.7 34.3 8.1 1952 Reading.............................1952 1322 o,4olI 9.9 1,739 d .2 34,407 11,411 1,693 26,383 3,927 76.7 33.2 39.3
1,313 9,661 597 10,973 3,650 515 8,651 1,069 78,8 33.3 41.1 1951 1951 1,314 27,664 1,742 31,423 10,269 1,550 24,750 3,073 38.8 32.7 41,6
836 4,213 .8 8 7.1 4,460 1,401 216 3,016 835 67.6 31.4 30.4 1952 Western Maryland .................... 1952 836 12,531 5.1 27 16.9 13,289 4,165 648 9,071 2,404 68. 31,3 31.3
837 4,180 8 4,393 1,390 198 2,975 800 67.7 31.6 31,0 1951 Pocahontas Region- 1951 837 11,9231 23 12,493 3,957 618 8,573 2,242 68.63 31.
5,117 28,6o0 2.5 613 d 20.5 30,503 10,340 1,736 22,083 4,532 72,4 33.9 32.4 1952 Chesapeake & Ohio.................... 1952 5,117 85,443 10.1 2,018 dt3.7 91,346 31125 ,159 66,568 18 13,32.8 34.102.
5,116 27,909 771 29,921 9,592 1,671 21,662 3,938 72.4 32,1 34.5 1951 1951 5,116 77,588 2,096 82,986 26,887 4,963 63 0,5m6 73.2 32.3 34.8

2,135 15,971 2.0 374 d26.9 17,186 6,201 889 12,349 2,388 71 36.1 30.5 1952 Norfolk & Western ................... 192 2135 48.419 11.0 1,_81 2,487 18,552 2,77 37210 7,062 70.9 3: 30.4


1,86 3 3,17 9 8 1 3,1 252 82.8 32.37 41.1 1952 Cntral of Georgia3.................. 1952 1,786 9 3181d .0 17281 d 2,169 3552 43 9199 703 82.4 1.9
2,1358 15 3,661 16025 1,5,2 13 1,334 114 85.66 37.34 2.9 1951 1951 1,815 9,7041 783 11,285 3.891 413 9,947 440 84.76 3 4.5 .
337 3,543 d .4 272 42.7 .035 1,265 210 2,495 618 61. 8 i: 1:3 25.5 1952 Gnn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific .. 1952 337I 9.781 4.9l 7477.11 11,145 3.791 599 7473 1,456 67.1 34.0 .
2,848 61 43 4,5 1d7.3 716, 2,527 310 5 ,305 923 69, 33.3 28.8 1952 Gulf, aMobil & Ohio ................. 1952 ,4878 19,82 16.5 1,226 d 4.1 22,5908 1 910 15,820 2,5815 0.2 3.0 2,
2,485 6 0 2,21 772716 26,0546 336 52 339 787 73.24.7 3.0 30.5 1951 1951 ,8985 18,68615 1,278 21,214 ?73316 977 15,703212,134 3.9 4.5 36.7

6,539 21,238 d 1846 d 4.1 2,80 8,112 1,064 18,868 2471 73.1 31. 4 1952 Illinois central ... ................... 1952 ,3 3 78 6 3 ,9731
1,6502 1236 13,740 1146 85.6 3.8 37.0 1951 1951 6,539 6,0351 54676 12,569 24,134 3,371 9,5403 9,832 ?7.2 34.3 3
4,76 16,59 3 4 1,19 42,7 ,03 6,267 28 14947 61 1 8 3 1 2.6 35.5 1952 Con &N.............. e 1952 4,765 ,015 .9 3 625 d ,7 58,583 19,979 2584 43481 N,37 7.2 34.1,
33 6 9 981 19,927 1,229919 4 7601 6278 3 1,3 7.8 1951 1951 4 ,778 8 ,375 3 ,688 5 5,265 18,519 2 506 42 ,7 65, 90 ?7.433. 5 3
271 8 6,7964 4.2 38152 d15.7 3,601 2,068 173 2,4436 24703 721 3 34.1 1952 Nashville, Chattanooga & hi. Louis.... 1952 12,8,824 6.3 1,226 1.6f9,22,0,0431,581 .2 35.2
2 89 8 26 ,4 5 418 0 83, 2 7 1 5 4 33 6 5 3 3 908 7 7 4 0 3 0:3 0. 5 1 9 5 1 1 9 5 1 2 89 88 0 31 1 47 9 3 6 9 227 2 8 3 97 78 6 ,8 3 1 1 ,2 0 3 7 2 9 39 1 3 0 9
,145 12,204 3.4 1,775 13.1 5,89 84,7688 64 1062, 69.7 3 1.3 3. 1952 Seaboard ........A............ 81952 6,5 65 3 7 73.87 3 ,41 9 1 7. 3
4146 11,01 1,570 14,375 4,841 52 10,499 1,662 73.0 33.7 32.9 1951 1951 4,146 33,068 4,515 4o,315 13,476 1,567 29,569 498 7.3 33.4 33 3
6,306 20,032 1,8 1,910 31.0 23,806 1 7277 978 16,665 2,849 70,0 30.6 33.7 1952 Southern .............................1952 6,306 56,818 3.8 5,195 15.8 67,321 21,640 2,903 49,095 7,255 72.9 3.1 34.8
6,j4 19,686 _i1,498 22,745 i 6,994 870 16,289 i 3,042i 71.6j 30,8 35.3 1951 1951 6,344 54,714i 4486 63,477 20,658) 2,609 47,041 6,95 74.1 32.5 35.8


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


# Retort of trustee or trustees.
A Decrease or deficit.









Page 2 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 MARCH 1952 AND 1951


Operating revenues


Freight


Pabsenger


Per- Per-
Amount enAmount Total

oreae c rease


d 9.0 $1,731
1,691
3.0 10
32
S 5.3 1,440
1,427
3.7 170
186


7,915
7,923
1,474
1,474
10,671
10,671
1,617
1,617

567
565
8,314
8,316
3,224
3,224
6,887
6,887

1,046
1,051
13,073
13,096
8,792
8,822

7,916
7,925
2,333
2,334
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
4,315


$11.905
13,087
2,762
2,682
17,623
18,609

2,236
2,155
522
313
15,482
13,735
2,687
2,396

11,987
10,956
2,386
2,307
39,554
42,485
16 631
20,034
14,226
14,328

6,086
5,537
36,899
36,277
34,630
36,643
4,086
4,320o
2,785
2,798
3,558
3,455
6,432
5,934
16,854
18,040

5,896
5,780
8,707
9,575
449
323
6,189
6,319

11,513
10,709


2.3

d 67.5

.9

d 8.7




5.2

d 3.0

d 23.3

10.4

20.9

7.8




d 10.1

17.0

12.2

d 11.8

d 16.5

d 17.4




d .4




d 5.7

d 38.8




d 4.5


$15,625
16,546
2,969
2,90C0
21,321
22,156
2,662
2,564

569
351
17,852
15,911
2,929
2,587

13,632
12,559
2,573
2,446
48,720
50,016
20,352
23,378

17,331
17,432
6,534
6,038
44,089
42,283

40,967
42,258
4,409
4,672

3,236
3,281
4,052
3,942
7,474
6,956

19,723
20,735
6,783
6,:658

10,127
10,926
486
365
6,454
6,571

13,063
12,260


I Operating expenses


-I I


Depreoi- Net
S aton in- railway
All oluded oper-
mainte- in pre- Total atiag
nanoe ceding Inoome
oolumn


Percent
Oper- mainte-
ating nance
ratio expenses
(per- of oper-
cent) eating
revenues


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


Region, road, and year


Average
miles
of road
operated


FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH 1952 AND 1951


Per Per
cent cent Total
Amount in- Amount In-
orease crease


Depreol-
All action in-
ma-ln eluded
e- in pr- Total
oeding
column


0 w) fl II I L II I Il ..L S .iI) I...L...1 In) I (q) I r) I (s) ( t) J lu I I) I v) x v (a
MIMLW


Net
railway
oper-
atIng
inome


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


oney items in th )


$15,103
15,089


2,069
2,119

18,383
18,612

2,559
2,684
2,167
2,359

15,484
14,766

3,044
2,828
11,445
11,288

2,120
2,050

34,581
35,214
14,548
15,027

13,097
13,114
4,404
4,122

33,039
31,332
31,807
30,670

3,150
3,037
2,674
2,650

2,295
2,211
4,954
5,058
15,546
15,831
4,664
4,557
8,013
8,030
282
260

3,427
3,478

8,996
9,111


$6,064 $1,061
5,917 1,070
896 157
904 136

7,615 1,318
7,192 1,239
850 133
949 130

1,329 132
1,541 127

7,192 925
6,739 886
1,486 139
1,288 132

4,953 710
4,962 704
832 100
754 87

15,995 ,274
16,486 2,970

5,820 1,042
5,753 1,018
5,203 743
4,928 650

1,805 320
1,748 343

13,949 1,940
12,864 1,697

13,858 1,532
13,110 1,595
1,354 183
1,360 174
1,239 131
1,247 119
932 123
919 128
1,920 313
1,952 276

7,017 938
7,056 852
2,059 341
1,910 258

3,402 611
3,328 575

85 5
81 5
1,340 144
1,329 170

3,788 212
3,842 535


316
185
897
1,046
d 290

dl1.649



01.9o6
487
d. 315
d 69
d 41

1,006
507
93
56

5,878
6,257
2,307
3,743
1,684
1,530
948
949
4,445
4,415

1,989
3,535
465
734
261
301
678
711
1,034
699
1,962
2,301
716
734
1,006
1,296

49
26
983
1,024
1,250
1,091


96.7
91.2
69.6
73.1
86.2
84.0
96.1
104.7
380.5
672.6

86.7
92.8

103.9
109.3
84.0
89.9
32.4
83.8
71.0
70.4
71.5
64.3

75.6
75.2
67.4
68.3

74.9
74.1
77.6
72.6
71.4
65.0

82.6
80.8
56.6
56.a
66.3
72.7
78.8
76.4
68.8
68.4

79.1
73.5
58.0
71.3
53.1
52.9
68.9
74.3


38.8
35.8
30.2
31.2

35.7
32.5

31.9
37.0

233.5
439.2
40.3
42.4

50.7
49.8

36.3
39.5
32.3
30.8
32.8
33.0
28.6
24.6
30.0
28.3
27.6
28.9

31.6
30.4

33.8
31.0
30.7
29.1

38.3
38.0
23.0
23.3

25.7
28.1

35.6
34.0
30.4
28.7

33.6
30.5

17.5
22.4
20.8
20.2

29.0
31.3


50.1
48.6
32.7
35.2
43.3
45.0

56.8
59.9
123.8
210.2

39.6
43.7
46.6
52.4
40.6
42.8

43.1
46.5
31.4
31.5
36.7
34.6

37.9
39.5
32.7
31.8
36.9
37.4
36.3
34.8

31.7
27.5
38.4
37.2
28.3
28.0

33.1
36.7
37.7
37.1
31.0
32.6
37.8
36.4

33.9
41.0
26.8
27.7

33.6
36.7


Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western .................... 1952
1951
Chicago Great Western ...................... 1952
1951
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul Pacifico ..... 1952
1951
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ..... 1952
1951
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............... 1952
1951
Great Northern ............................. 1952
1951
Minneapolis, t. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ... 1952
1951
Northern Pacific........................... 1952
1951
Wisconsin Central #........................ 1952
1951
Central Western Region:
Atohlson, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ........... 1952
1951
Chicago, Burlington A Quincy ............... 1952
1951
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ............. 1952
1951
Denver & Rio Orande Western ................. 1952
1951
Southern Pacilfl cGo. ....................... 1952
1951
Union Pacific .............................. 1952
1951
Western Pacific ............................. 1952
1951
Southwestern Region;
International Great Northern # ............. 1952
1951
Kansas City Southern ....................... 1952
1951
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................ 1952
1951
Missouri Paolflo # ......................... 1952
1951
Texas & Paciflo ............................ 1952
1951
St. Louis-San Francolsoo ................... 1952
1951
St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ............ 1952
1951
St. Louis Southwestern Lines ............... 1952
1951
Texas A New Orleans ....................... 1952
1951


1951 4,315 29,960 2,406
I _________ I ___________ I. ____________


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


7,915
7,923
1,474
1,474
10,671
10,671

1,617
1,617
567
565
a 8,314
8 :316

3,224
3,224

6,887
6,887
1,046
1,051
13,073
13,096
8,814
8,822
7,916
7,925
2,333
2,352
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
4,315


836,482
35,995
8,207
7,887
52,878
51,068

7,025
6,482

1,329
1,574
4 4

7,661
7,219
34,204
30,535
7,097
6,458

116,362
114,453

51,684
55,095
42,520
40,671
17,513
16,255

107,451
100,713
100,192
99,191
11,441
12,207

8,242
7,584
10,547
9,937
18,114
16,826
50,603
49,468
17,212
15,984
25,679
26,176

1,241
1,038

17,791
16,478

33,192
29,960


1.4

4.1

3.5

8.4

d 15.6


9.2

6.1

12.0

9.9

1.7

d 6.2

4.5

7.7

6.7

1.0

d 6.3

8.7

6.1

7.7

2.3

7.7




19.6

8.0

10.8


$5,294
5,053

44
87
4,633
4,234

551
545
2
4



214
195
1,651
1,791
109
93
13,701
11,511
4,522
3,918
5,117
5,173
780
842
11,225
10,261

9,569
7,938
649
671
566
761
453
442

1,193
1,604

3,007
2,961
1,177
1,205
1,896
2,019

21
33
122
157
2,220
2,406


4.8

d 49.8

9.4

1.0

d 40.0

14.6

9.8

S 7.8

17.1

19.0

15.4

d 1.1

d 7.4

9.4

20.5




d 25.7

2.6

d 25.6

1.5


d 2.4

d 6.1

d 36.0




d 7.7


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


$17,033
16,061
2,638
2,458
22,423
20,088

2,475
2,409
4,056
4,009
20,866
19,270

4,010
3,545
15,124
13,659
2,444
2,385










5033
4 889

17,528
16,113
14,735
13,319
5,535
5,033
41,023
37,296
37, 847
35,506
4,071
3,587
3,602
3,494
2,574
2,423

5,707
5,454
20,033
20,146
6,308
5.258
10,159
10,047
250
243

3,828
3,628
10,840
10,828


34,557 18,828 1,307 26,OOi 2,764 75.2
31.3 37.3


$3,184
3,220
465
404

3,954
3,695
398
389
394
379
2,759
2,663
421
395
2,125
2,125

296
261

6,779
7,026

3,124
3,044
2,149
1,933
956
1,028

5,802
5,083
4,595
4,793
569
523

395
366

367
384
926
808
2,799
2,559
1,012
770
1,819
1,713
14
14

433
419
636
1,307


$47,699
46,102
8,800
8,500
64,030
61,314

8,336
7,638
1,474
1,695










6,817
8,398
7,803
39,088
34,970

7,655
6,871
143,405
136,470
62,546
64,575
52,204
49,885
18,972
17,732
127,208
117,719
119.193
114,697

12,352
13,121
9,643
9,137
12,002
11,273
21,159
20,143

59,337
57,473
20,000
18.627
30,046
30,290
1,343
1,147

18.619
17,216

37,919
34.557


$44,409
42,321
6,068
5,932
54,827
52,429

7,596
7,437
6,508
6,358
45,520
42,163
8,616
7,920
34,962
31,605
6,300
6,112

100,995

44,284
42,984
38,407
36,903
13,332
12,161

97,699
90,007

91,733
85,709
9,402
8,435

7,907
7,653
6,659
6,208
14,834
14,625

45,734
45,339
14,242
12,884
23,840
23,448

819
758
10,099
9,751
26,196
26,001


d $941

952
797
2,843
2,207



d 5.243
d 4.629



S 895
d 764
1,202
1,383
393

17,480
16,095
7,084
9,367
5,558
4,547
2,480
2,755
11,714
9,794
6,167
7,514
1.037
2,292

813
669

2,034
1,990
2,586
1,988
6,755
5,776
2,057
2,066
2,803
3,161
245
102

2,617
2,583
3,510
2.764


93.1
91.8
69.0
69.8
85.6
85.5
91.1
97.4
441.5
375.2
90.3
92.0
102.6
101.5
89.4
90.4

82.3
89.0
70.4
72.1
70.8
66.6
73.6
74.0
70.3
68.6
76.8
76.5

77.0
74.7
76.1
64.3
82.0
83.8

55.5
55.1
70.1
72.6

77.1
78.9
71.2
69.2

79.3
77.4
60.9
66.1
54.2
56.6
69.1
75.2


Percent Percent
eainte- trans-
nanoe portation
expenses expenses
of oper- of oper-
ating eating
revenues revenues


35.7
34.9
30.0
28.9

35.0
32.8
29.7
31.5
275.2
236.6
41.4
42.1
47.7
45.4

38.7
39.1
31.9
34.7

31.7
32.9
28.0
25.0
28.2
26.7
29.2
28.4

32.2
31.7
31.8
31.0

33.0
27.3

37.4
38.2
21.5
21.5
27.0
27.1
33.8
35.1
31.5
28.2

33.8
33.2
18.6
21.2
20.6
21.1
28.6
31.3


49.8
49.8
33.0
34.6
43.6
45.8

54.3
58.5
140.3
123.5
41.8
42.8
47.8
49.0
43.3
43.6
43.4
47.5

32.0
32.7
36.6
36.3
37.8
39.6
33.9
33.0
37.9
38.1

37.5
36.3
33.0
28.1

38.6
39.4
28.9
28.5

35.0
37.3
37.8
38.3
32.1
33.4
37.8
37.2

35.3
37.2
28.0
29.9
34.1
37.3


# Report of trustee or trustees.
Inoludre Atohi Topekt & anta Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
--Deorees or dofIci.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1952 0 950175


Miles
of road
operated
at close
of month


66.9

12.7

12.1

9.4

3.5




d 17.0




9.9

1.7




d 5.4




3.0

8.4

d 6.6

2.0




39.3

d 2.1

7.5


1
1
1,078
1,025

61
63
524
683

34
30
4,504
3,726
1,469
1,36-
1,592
1,714
256
285
4,200
3,590
3,118
2,778

237
269

172
206
144
174

379
420

908
912

354
370

569
603
8
14

33
34
725
759


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