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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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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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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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University of Florida
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA




Subject to revisio 3 1262 08731 1188 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION C p
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS U DE-o--O

U.S. DEP TOMOT





FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 1952 AND 1951 FOR FOUR MONTHS
11_______________I____I____I I___ ___-- -I________----__ __ __--- ______---------_______________--I-__ _


Operating revenues


Freight Passenger

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

(b) (a) (d) (e) (f)


Operating expenses

Deprecl-
All ation in-
mainte- eluded
nance in pre- Total
ceding
oolusn 4


(W) (h) (i)


Net
railway
over-
ating
Income


Oner-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


/1, I 1,


Percent
mainte-
nance
exoensea
of oper-
ating
revenues


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(m)


Region, road, and year





(n)


Average
riles
of road
operated


Operating revenues
Freight Passenger

Per- Per-
cent cent
Amount In- Amount In-
c rease crease


Statement No. M-150
APRIL 1952


Percent
t'rans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

tsaC


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


20 780 $649,858 ad 2.8 $69,100
20o 016 668,454 64,132


1,701
1,702

1,793
1,794

793
793
963
966
2,242
2,245

952
971
1,220
1,229
10,703
10,725
2,184
2,192
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,187
6,188
411
410
207
210
868
886
236
238
365
365
10,170
10,127
1,322
1,313
836
837
5,117
5,116

2,135
2,135
5,472
5,453
1,786
1,815

337
336
2,766
2,898
6,539
6,539
4,765
4,778
1,032
1,049
4,145
4:146
6,306
6,344


5,567
5,728
7,899
7,804
4,382
4,371
6,085
5,869
11,990
12,938
4,097
4,207
5,667
5,672
46,945
49,981
11,747
12,643
3,640
3,904
8,176
8,497
31.258
32,644
2,708
2,813

1,593
I,421
2,118
2,199

3,057
3,642

1,196
1,242
62,934
65,942
9,469
9,552
3,722
3,764
26,972
27,115
14,405
15,513
12,475
10,957
3,199
3,180

3,376
3,612
6,522
6,289
19,726
19,883
16,493
16,136
3,049
2,801
12,021
10,547
18,587
18,694


7.7 $788,880 $274,604
792,293 268,987


d 2.8

1.2

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3.7

d 7.3

d 2.6

d .1

d 6.1

6 7.1

d 6.8

d 3.8

d 4.2

* 3.8

12.1

d 3.7

d 16.1

d 3.7

d 4.6




d 1.1






13.9

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d 6.5

3.7




2.2

8.9

14.0

d .___6


890
842

3,932
3,797
152
1-18
818
756

59
52N
198
178
321
257
89,846

159
155
72
73
361
376
2,004
2,089

475
478
4
6
209
245



2,960
3,045

13,001
11,968
585
555
8
6
747
696

395
392
2,066
1,716
230
251
196
199
358
395
1,731
1,743
1,041
1,079
137
175
1,410
1,303
1,561
1,521


5.8

3.6

28.5

8.2

13.1

11.2

25.0

12.5

2.3




d 4.1

d 4.1




d 25.5

d 14.8






8.6

5.4

32.2

7.3

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20.4

d 8.2




d 9.6

d .7




d 22.2

8.2

2.6


7,226
7,214

13,302
12,803
4,704
4,643
7,666
7,190

13,683
14,460
4,656
4,676
6,359
6,192
64,846
65,730
12,298
13,188

3.905
:149
9,289
9,534
35,667
36,850
3,498
3,528

1,654
1,473

2,647
2.685

3,878
4.429
4,375
4,528
84,778
85,635
10,758
10,752
3,921
3,965
29,202
29,326
15,639
16,573

15,705
13.608
3,813
35688
3,821
3,990

7,371
7,183
24,007
23,934
18,890
18,282

3,509
3,255
14,545
12,722
21,926
21,756


2,513
2:,85
4,346
4,118
1,653
1,568
2,367
2,201

4,355
4,238
1,694
1,658

1,995
2,110
22,233
22,680
3,685
3,772
1,666
1,686
2,677
2,493
12,029
13,393
1,156
958



812
747
1.188
1,185
1,407
1,517
30,502
32,934
3,696
3,830
1,514
1,400
10,456
9,651

6,272
5,671
5,086
5,422
1,262
1,343
1,329
1,271

2, 55
2,9415

8,444
7,974
6,911
6,850
1,077
1,107
4,788
4,452

7,349
7,050


$37,103
35.,887
320
307
630
590
185
195
427
408
661
646
143
190

299
305
3,192
3,143
455
436
282
248

447
396
1,390
1,357



88
79
119
131
124
114
204
196

3,961
3,879
570
542
216
200
1,776
1,689
873
807
632
532
146
136
212
194

307
337
1,065
1,123
878
841

172
170

773
595
947
875


$625,227
625,019
6,053
6,035

10,793
10,508

3,704
3.644
6,110
5,997
10,986
11,345
4,061
3,860
4,883
4,908

55,123
56,886
9,046
9,015
3.385
3,381
7,165
6,954
28,786
30,205
3,186
3,029
1,169
1,074
2,114
2,056
2,866
2,962

3,730
,084
72,386
74,453
8,464
8,498

3,069
2,859
21,749
21,326
11,950
11,486
11,098
11,439'

3,1 6
3,349
2,577
2,531
5,268
5,216
18,800
18,433
14,529
14,700
2,429
2,461
10,345
9,807

15.998
15,944


34.8
34.0
34.8
34.4
32.7
32.2
35.1
33.8
30.9
30.6

31.8
29.3

36.4
35.5
31.4
34.1

34.3
34.5
30.0
28.6
42.7
40.6
28.8
26.2

33.7
36.3

33.0
27.2
38.7
36.8
30.7
27.8
30.6
26.8


$65,681
65,018
317
267
677
495
602
455
729
565
1,171
1,272

52
210
914
639

3,838
2,154

1,359
1,995
722
832
804
897
3,369
3,192



65
634
254
289
136
286
i:::6


5104
.067
1,147
1,351
513
646
3,891
3,616

1,757
2,383
1,566
524

246
80
472
586
813
768
1,813
1,922
2,127
1,502

520
378
2,005
1,256
2,182
2,256


79.3
78.9
83.8
83.7
81.1
82.1
78.7
78.5

79.7
83.4
80.3
78.5
87.2
82.5
76.8
79.3
85.0
86.5

73.6
68.4
86.7
81.5
77.1
72.9
80.7
82.0
91.1
85.9
70.7
72.9

79.9
76.6

73.9
66.9
85.2
90.2
85.4
86.9
78.7
79.0
78.3
72.1
74.5
72.7
76.4
69.3
70.7
84.1
82.3
90.8
67.4
63.4
71.5
72.6
78.3
77.0
76.9
80.4

69.2
75.6
71.1
77.1
72.9
73.3


37.8
38.7
42.9
43.3
41.7
43.5
37.1
38.6
43.1
46.9
41.2
42.0
45.6
42.2

39.3
39.1
44.1
45.9

37.4
34.0
36.3
34.1
41.2
39.8
40.1
39.3
51.8
52.4

27.9
31.8

38.4
38.6
38.8
36.2
48.6
52.5
43.8
43.2

37.7
39.0
32.3
30.9
32.3
33.9
30.6
29.9
32.0
37.3
4o.3
44.8

27.3
26.5
28.7
30.6
36.8
37.3
35.0
37.6
31.

31.7
35.0

33.2
35.2


203,898 $2,634,111 2.5 $289,094
204,081 2,568,988 267,283


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, Chlcago,& 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 Chioago & Eastern Illinois 1952
1951 1951

1952 Elgin, Joliet & 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 Chesanpeake & Ohio .................... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Norfolk & Western .................... 1952
1951 1951
Southern Region:
1952 Atlantlo Coast Line .................. 1952
1951 1951
1952 Central of Georgia ................... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Paoifio ... 1952
1951 1951

1952 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio .................. 1952
1951 1951
1952 Illinois Central ..................... 1952
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


1,701
1,702
1,793
1,794

793
793
964
966
2,242
2,245
952
973
1,220
1,229
10,714
10,725
2,187
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
1,314
836
837
5,117
5,116
2,135
2,135
5,472
5,453

1,786
1,815
337
336
2,850
2,898
6,539
6,539
4,765
4,778

1,032
1,049
4,145
4,146
6,306
6,344


22,498
22,744
31,201
30,852

18,179
18,024
24,451
22,889
51,764
52,069
16,850
17,417
23,746
22,492
191,899
195,329

50,874
09,726
15,281
14,862
33,290
33,364
130,229
126,147
11,115
11,239
6,509
5,859
9,149
8,857
14,017
13,897
4,390
4,763
254,948
246,916
39,869
37,216
16,253
15,687
112,415
104,703
62,824
59,129
49,281
43,640
12,517
12,884
13,157
12,933
26,347
24,904
82,249
80,234

67,508
64,512
11,586
10,832
47,517
43,615
75,405
73,408


d 1.1

1.1

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6.8

d .6

d 3.1

5.6

d 1.8

2.3

2.8




3.2

d 1.1

11.2

3.3

.9




3.3

7.1

3.6

7.4

6.2

12.9




1.7

5.8

2.5

4.6

7.0

8.9

2.7


3,732
3,651
16,569
14,927
665
589

3,252
3,204
2,427
2,290
828
790
1,355
1,178

39,835
36,417

747
654

317
331
1,609
1,636

8,136
8,031
1,823
1,823
21
29

999
1,034



11,256
10,386

4,630
9,458
2,324
2,297

35
29
2,765
2,792
1,676
1,805
9,521
8,133
958
1,033
943
897
1,584
1,674
7,518
7,350

4,666
4,767
620
722
6,536
5,819
6,756
6,007


(Money Items in thousands of dollars)*
$3 194,097$ l,064,014 $146,454 |$2,06,989
3,064,270 1,023,165 141,848 2,437,596


8.2

2.2

11.0

13.0

1.5

6.o0

4.8

15.0

9.4

14.3

d 4.n

d 1.6

1.3




d 26.3






8.4

10.5

1.1

20.0

d 1.0

a 72Z

17.1




5.1




2.3

6 2.1




12.3

12.5


29,351
28,963

53,856
50,755
19,510
19,128
30,730
28,320
58,645
58,094

19,134
19,754
26,545
24,720
264,354
259,178
53,196
51,881
16,388
15,981
37,722
37,611
147,923
142,033
14,180
14,028

6,745
6,038
11,455
10,887
i7,4?4
17,348

16,664
16,037

343,616
325,276
45,166
42,175
17,211
16,458
120,548
112,312
68,126
63,544

63,613
55,749
14,982
14,973
14,966
14,535
29,921
28,424
100,042
96,503

77,473
73,548

13,482
12,624
58,619
53,038
89,246
85,233


9,887
9,634
16,670
15,700
6,401l
6,032
8,935
8,284
15,838
15,365
6,160
5,942
7,408
7,742
90,788
90,676

15,398
14,572
6,650
6,467
9,844
9,298
51,148
50,483

4,481
4,313
2,239
2,239
3,120
2,952
4,450
4,259
5,634
5,725
123,353
124,615
15,108
14,098
5,679
5,357
41,581
36,478
24,824
22,293
19,475
22,406
4,820
5,235
5,120
1,895

9,996
9,773
32,880
32,108
26,890
25,369
4,120
3,835
18,629
17,928
28,989
27,709


1,252
1,234
2,510
2.365
760
780
1,694
1,636
2,625
2,539

M45
1,214
1,229
12,576
12,540
1,816
1,720
1,097
991
1 7~
1,7 2
1,546
5,532
5,425
615
597
342
316

493
489
448
814
784
14,887
14,461
2,264
2,092
863
818
6,935
6,652

3,450
3,225
2,522
2,057
583
549
810
777
1,222
1,314
4,257
4,494

3,463
3,347
672
648
2,687
2,162

3,849
3,485


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


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


of road
operated
at close
of month



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24,563
23,991

43,375
41,359

15,032
14,490
24.,249
23,250
43,794
43,467

15,783
15,264
19,133
19,387
230,466
231,939
36,872
35,969
13,719
13,441
27,908
27,065
119,612
118,098
12,715
12,617

4,44
4,474
8,510
8,150
11,997
11,233
16,422
15,597
294,987
291,754
34,847
33,248
12,140
11,432
88,287
82,088
49,160
45,435
44,075
46,762
12,335
12,896
10,049
9,597
21,088
20,918
76,188
74,485
58,010
57,476
9,598
9,291
41,282
39,376
65,093
62,985


I


$261,803 78.5
222,797 79.5
1,153 83.7
1,040 82.8
3,059 80.5
2,255 81.5
2,390 77.0
2,142 75.7

3,138 78.9
1,876 82.1
6,452 74.7
5,931 74.8
1,195 82.5
Z,473 77.3

3,944 72.1
2,874 78.4
8,884 87.2
d 209 89.5
7,021 69.3
7,025 69.3
3,193 83.7
2,772 84.1

3,819 74.0
3,716 72.0
14,344 80.9
11,133 83.2
d 89.7
S 89.9
2,961 65.9
2,466 74.1
1,384 74.3
1,161 74.9
865 68.6
1,148 64.8
* ,65 98.5
d 2.567 97.3

20,264 85.8
5,848 89.7
5,074 77.2
,424 78.8

2,916 70.5
2,888 69.5
17,246 73.2
14,162 73.1
8,819 72.2
8,858 71.5
5,722 69.3
2,243 83.9
949 82.3
519 86.1
1,928 67.1
2,098 66.0
3,394 70.5
2,902 73.6
8,468 76.2
11,753 77.2
9,46 3 74.9
6,993 78.1
1,870 71.2
1,581 73.6
7,951 70.4
5,754 74.2
9,437 72.9
9,052 73.9


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33.3
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30.9
32.8
31.5
29.1
29.3
27.0
26.4
32.2
30.1

27.9
31.3

34.3
35.0
28.9
28.1
40.6
40.5
26.1
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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 APRIL 1952 AND 1951 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL 1952 AND 1951

Miles Operating revenues Operating expenses. Average Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Paessenger Percent Percent miles Freight Passenger Percent Percent
ooerated -------- __ ----- __ ------ __ ----- Depreoi- Net Oper- mainte- trsns- of road Depreci- Net Oper- ainte- trace-
at loe Per PerAll nation in- railway eating nance portatlon Region, road, and year operated ai.on in- railway eating nance portatlon
f monh cent cent Total mainte- eluded Total oer- ratio expenses expenses Per- Pe- All atio e e
crease dIningponsu nance n g pper- of ope of opre) nt cent Total Bantane- sti (per- of oer- of oper-
nnolumn e revenues revenues crease c* rease colum revenues revenues

W() (b) (c) (d) (e) T(fT) () ) (h) (1) 1) (k) (1) (m) (n) (0o)(p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x)(vY)() (an)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* NorthwesternRei(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
7,915 $11,740 d12.6 $1,558 d $15,175 $6,264 81,061 $14,903 d 96 98.2 41:3 49. 1952 Chicago & NoRth Western ...................... 1952 7,915 8,222 d 2.4 $6,852 3.5 62,875 $23,297 $4,25 59,31 9.3 3.0 9.
7,913 13,426 1,564 16,633 5,713 1,074 14,700 3 88.4 34.3 4 1951 1951 7,920 49,421 6.617 62,735 21,774 4 ,293 57,020 90.9 34.7 9.2
1,474 2,738 31 2,900 879 136 1,993 287 68.7 30.3 32.0 1951 1951 1,474 10,625 118 11,400 3,337 541 7,925 1,084 69.5 29.3 33.9
10671 16,686 d 6.4 1,353 1.6 20,455 8,085 1217 18,288 537 89.4 39.5 423 1952 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific.......1952 10,671 6956 1.0 5,985 7.5 84,85 30508 5171 73,115 3380 86.5 36.1 3.
10.67] 17,819 1,332 21,371 7,370 1,245 18,364 802 85.9 34.5 44.3 1951 1951 10,671? 68:886 5,566 82,685 27,458 4,94o 70,793 3,009 85.6 33.2 45.4
1,617 1,954 d 14.6 140 d 12.0 2,352 929 132 2,412 10.5 3.5 54.9 1952 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha .......1952 1,617 8,980 2.4 691 5 2.010688 3404 530 10008955 93.6
1,617 2,289 159 2, 58 956 128 2,701 d 1 106 359 53 9 1 1,617 8 705 10,296 3,6 518 10,138 93. 32.7 58.4
567 4,326 10.1 1 d27.4 4,4 1,26o 134 3,288 1,346 66.5 25.5 37.8 1952 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range.................. 1952 567 5,655 2.8 3 d37.7 6,419 5.317 527 9,796 d3.82 .6 828 61:4
565 3,929 1 4,496 g 1227 126 2,797 1, 14 62.7 27.5 33.1 1951 1951 565 5.503 5 62159 5,236 506 9,155 &--3 870 58. 0
8,314 17,195 d.2 1,060 8.0 19,854 7,612 926 15,926 2 6 80.2 38.3 3.7 1952 Great Northern ...............................*1952 8,314 60,538 3.8 4,404 12.9 70.279 28,478 3,684 61445 1,637 87. 0.5 0,.

8,316 18,625 98 2 21,008 6,858 891 15,328 3, 73.0 32.6 3.8 1951 1951 8,316 ,323 3,900 66,825 26,128 3,55 57,91 2,765 860 391 0.3
3,224 3,125 62 3,369 1,192 138 2,731 3; 81.2 35.. 40.1 1951 1951 3,224 10,3.. 258 11,168 736 534 10,653 d0 95.4 ;2.4 6.3
6,887 12,068 d .12 572 11.1 13.?76 5,362 713 11,611 1,289 84.3 38.9 38.0 1952 Northern Paifi ............................. 1952 6,887 6,271 6.3 2,222 1.2,86420,86 2,838 6,53 2,491 88.1 38.9 1.9
6,887 12,988 515 14,421 4,707 695 10,956 1,952 76.0 32.6 37.1 1951 1951 6,887 43.523 2,305 49,390 18,366 2,820 42,560 3,335 86.2 37.2 .
1,046 2,298 d 10.8 2,49 82 99 2,061 133 8. 3.0 42.0 1952 Wisconsin Central #o.......................... 1952 1,6 9395 .6 14 8.7 10,133 3,286 395 8,36152682.5
1,051 2,528 41 2,700 801 90 2,020 316 74.8 29.7 39.1 1951 1951 1,O51 8,985 134 9,570 3,185 351 8,132 44 85.0 33.3 45.1
Central Western Region:
13072 38,820 d 1.2 ,617 2.4 47,956 17,7 2, 268 35551 5,101 7.1 35.7 31.7 1952 Atchison, Topeka& Santa Fe/....... ...............1952 13,07 155,181 .9 18,318 20.3 191,360 62567 9,046 136,546 22,581 71.4 32.7 31.9
13,096 39,310 3,711 46,589 2,308 35,949 ,3 77.2 37. 33.2 1951 1951 13,96 153,763 15,222 183,060 62,335 9,335 13,297 20,440 73. 3 328.
8,808 15,917 d11.7 1,335 d .1 19,380 6,771 1,047 15,253 1,410 78.7 34.9 37.4 1952 Chisago, Burlington & Q uinoy.................1952 8,813 67,601 d7.6 5,858 11.5 81,927 24,300 4,171 59,537 8,494 72.7 29.7 36.8
8,822 18,029 1,336 21,278 6,599 1,022 15,236 2,222 71.6 31.0 34.6 1951 1951 8,822 73,124 5,254 85,852 22,712 4,066 58,220 11,589 67.8 26.5 35.9
916 1684 2. 1,521 16,82 ,988 740 12,480 1 1795 74.1 29.6 36.9 1952 hiago, Rok Island & Pacific......... ..............1952 7,916 56,20 2.7 6637 d .7 69036 19,723 2889 50,87 ,353 73.7 28.6 37.6
7,925 1.034 1,513 16,924 4,740 656 12,550 1,403 74.2 28.0 38.7 1951 1951 7,925 54,705 6,686 66,809 18,059 2,589 49,453 5,950 74.0 27.0 39.4
33 5,550 6.9 222 d 13. 5,697 21048 326 4,492 609 75.2 34. 33.1 1952 Dehver & Rio Grands Western........ ...........1952 2,33 23063 7.5 1002 d 8.8 2,96 7583 1282 17,82 3089 1.5 30. 3.7
5,194 257 5644 1,827 340 4142 696 73.4 32.33.2 1951 1951 2 7 21 450 1,0 23,376 6859 1,367 16,303 3451 69.7 29.3 33.1
8,118 37,448 3.2 4,197 29.0 44,970 14,169 1,949 33,079 4,779 73.6 31.5 35.7 1952 Southern Paocific C..........................1952 8,131 144,89 5.8 15,422 14.1 172,179 55,192 7,751 130,778 16,493 76.0 32.1 37.
8,129 36,287 3252 41,94012,894 1,708 31,709 3,855 75.6 30. 38.5 1951 1951 8,29 137,000 13513 159659 50,190 6791 121,16 13,69 76.2 31. 38.2
9,867 31,597 12. 2870 16.7 38,016 ,236 1,533 32,07 594 84. 0. 35.3 1952 Union Pacific ................................1952 9,867 131,789 d2.6 12,439 19.6 157,210 3,083 6,128 123,806 6,761 78.8 33.8 36.9
9,720 36,130 2,459 41,44 14,216 1,599 32, 2,047 77.3 34.3 35.9 1951 1951 9,720 135,321 10,396 156,138 9,722 6,392 117,753 9,561 75.4 31.8 36.2
1,193 ,756 d 155 249 22.1 4,111 1,311 184 2,986 450 72.6 31.9 30.6 1952 Western Pacific...............................1952 1,193 15,197 d 8.7 897 2.7 16,463 5,382 753 12,386 1,487 75.3 32.7 32.4
1,193 4,444 204 4,737 1,277 173 2,958 825 62.4 27.0 27.2 1951 1951 1,193 16,651 874 17,858 4,864 696 11,393 3.117 63.8 27.2 27.8
1,104 2,815 d.9 176 6.4 3.258 1,262 131 2.704 259 83.0 38.7 38.6 1952 International Great Northern #................ 1952 1,104 11,057 6,1 742 d520.0 12,901 4,863 526 10,610 1,073 82.2 37.7 38.6
1,104 2,840 165 3,249 1,278 120 2,748 207 84.6 39.3 39.5 1951 1951 1,104 10,423 927 12,386 4,772 485 10,401 876 84.0 3o.5 39.4
891 3,610 8.5 128 18.2 4,074 981 125 2,315 68 56.8 24.1 27.6 1952 Kansas City Southern..........................1952 891 14,156 6.7 581 5.7 16,075 3,555 492 8,9?4 2,717 55.8 22.1 28.6
891 3,327 108 3,756 881 124 2,165 654 57.6 23.4 29.2 1951 1951 891 13.265 550 15,029 3,30g 507 8,373 2,644 55.7 22.0 28.7
3,242 5,899 5.7 334 12.0 6,853 2,127 325 5,173 652 75.5 31.0 35.8 1952 Missourli-Kansas-Texas Lines................... 1952 3,242 24,014 7.2 1,527 d23.0 28.012 7,834 1,252 20,007 3,238 71.4 28.0 35.2
3,243 5,579 380 6.512 1,864 276 4,885 592 75.0 28.6 37.5 1951 1951 3,243 22,405 1,984 26.655 7,318 1,083 19,510 2,580 73.2 27.5 37.3
6,950 16,637 1.1 885 2.0 19,542 7,440 947 15,665 2,131 80.2 38.1 36.6 1952 Missouri Pacific#..............................1952 6,950 67,240 2.0 3,892 1.7 ?8,878 27,473 3,746 61,399 8,886 77.8 34.8 37.5
6,960 16,462 868 19,028 6,993 850 15,507 1,655 81.5 36.8 39.3 1951 1951 6,960 65,930 3,829 76,501 27,139 3,409 60,846 7,431 79.5 35.5 38.5
1,834 5,807 6.3 359 d 7. 6,716 2,027 332 4,593 978 68.4 30.2 30.7 1952 Texas & Pacifico.............................. 1952 1,834 23,019 7.3 1,535 d1. 26,716 8,335 1,344 18,835 3,035 70.5 31.2 31,8
1,846 5,460 389 6,353 1,864 258 4,396 693 69.2 29.3 32.0 1951 1951 1,846 21,444 1,594 24,980 7,122 1,029 17,280 2,759 69.2 28,5 33.0
4,601 8,546 .9 545 d .4 9,931 3,56 60q 8,005 999 80.6 35.9 36.6 1952 ct. Louis-San Franciscoo......................1952 4,601 34,225 d 1.2 2,441 d4 39,977 13,720 2,425 31,845 3,802 79.7 34.3 37.5
4,601 8,473 547 9,722 3, 582 8,048 793 82.8 35.5 39.4 1951 1951 4,6259 34,69 2,566 44,012 13,500 2,294 31,496 3953 78.7 33.7 37.7
159 3 d 8.0 6 d 41.1 411 86 272 35 66. 21.0 36.7 1952 St. Louis-can Francisco & Texas............... 1952 159 1,614 11.9 27 d37.1 1,754 336 18 1,091 280 62.2 19.1 3
159 95 11 440 84 g 266 30 60.o4 19.1 34.2 1951 1951 159 1,441 44 1,587 327 18 1,023 132 64.5 20.6 36.4
1,569 5,832 7.3 26 d 69.8 6,145 1,530 148 3,483 938 56.7 24.9 26,1 1952 St. Louis Southwestern Lines.................. 1952 1,569 23,623 7.8 148 d 39.0 24,764 5,359 581 13,582 3,555 54.9 21.6 27.5
1,569 5,436 85 5,732 1,500 122 3,583 678 62.5 26.2 30.6 1951 1951 1,569 21,914 242 22,948 5,128 541 13,335 3,262 58.1 22.3 30.1
4,291 10,760 7.4 686 d6.8 12,272 3,627 212 8,690 992 70.8 29.6 34.7 1952 Texas & New Orleans .......................... 1952 4,291 43,952 9.9 2,906 d 50,190 14,467 847 34,886 4,501 69.5 28.8 34.2
4,292 10,017 736 11,488 3,620 412 8,795 913 76.6 31.5 38.0 1951 1951 4,310 39,977 3,142 46.044 14,448 1.719 34,796 3,677 75.6 31.4 37.5


Percent increase oomvuted on units of dollars.
# Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
a] Includes Atohison, ToDeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado A Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Decrease or deficit.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1952 0 950175




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