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Title: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
Series Title: Statement ;
Portion of title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
Physical Description: 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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Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
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-r __.- c / UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

subjectt to revion lllINTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3 1262 08731 1030 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS





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


UNIV. OF FL LIR.

FL IID Statement No. M-150
SMAY 1952

U44E o T-



U.S. DEPOTOftY


I FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 1952 AND 1951 11


Operating revenues


Freight Passenger


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

(b4 (,\ (d) (I \ i )\


203,749
203,979
1,701
1,702
1,793
1:794

793
793
962
965
2,242
2,245

952
952
1,220
1,223
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
10,120
10,127
1,321
1,313
836
837
5,116
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


$666,494
697,888

5,475
6,101
7,789
8,477
4,566
5,035
6,480
6,559

12,918
13,656
4,203
4,570

5,896
6,324
46,708
51,411
12,383
12,931
3,901
4,062

7,938
8,288
32,570
34,325
2,827
2,882
1,709
1,634
2,181
2,273
3,416
3,840
1,140
1,326
66,615
69,387
9,442
9,819
3,920
3,558
29,448
29,621
15,102
16,315
12,507
11,417
3,248
3,195
3,447
3,482

6,558
6,685
19,294
19,482
16,099
16,368
2,870
2,935
12,460
11,311
19,144
19,322


a 4.;

d 10.3

d 8.1




d 1.2

d 5.

d 8.0

d 6.8

d 9.1

d 4.2

d 4.0

d 4.2






4.6

d 4.0

d 11.0

d 14.0

d 4.0




10.2

d .__6

d 7.4

9.6

1.7

d 1.0





d 1.60



d 2.2

10.2


Operating expenses

Depreci-
All action in-
mainte- eluded
nanoe in pre- Total
ceding
column 6

(in) (h) (1)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
7.4 $811,016 280,086 *$37,532
828,825 282,050 35,676


15.8

13.2


$73,386
68,342

955
825
4,108
3,630
141
114
808
744

626
555
185
172
301
280
10,602
9,680
165
182

70
71
426
425
2,214
2,238
476
455
4
5
248
284



3,098
2,991
12,932
11,968
605
586

9
9
791
758
449
443
1,425
1,304
202
341
191
247
401
392
1,827
1,802
1,060
1,111
147
153
1,154
1,077
1,831
1,890


7,379
7,616
13,319
13,435
4,858
5,294
8,057
7,981
14,703
15,271
4,730
5,075
6,544
6,883

65.927
68,808

13,098
13,568
4,134
4,312

9,095
9,363
37,482
39,085
3,587
3,597
1,765
1,685

2,730
2,816
4,266
4,841
4,460
4,539
88,471
89,577
10,691
11,070
4,119
3,750
31,884
32,083
16,348
17,595
14,908
13,577
3,762
3,827
3,820
3,894
7,432
7,565
23,792
23,474

18,383
18,552

3,331
3,332
14,491
13,219
22,663
22,570


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


Ooer-
sting
ratio
(per-
sent)


()


2,481
2,548
4,218
4,463

1,773
1,897

2,323
2,412
4,682
4,619

1,702
1,803
1,940
2,126
24,024
23,240

3,653
3,809
1,567
1,731
2,614
2,637
11,958
13,642
1,167
1,112

,50
519
817
801
1,087
1,157
1,334
1,584

34,035
34,318
,857
,129
1,426
1,315
10,216
10,296
6,294
5,912
5,467
5,188
1,220
1,399
1,371
1,201

2,587
2,751
8,375
8,428

6,786
6,854

1,103
1,108

4,585
4,325
7,106
7,391


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


321
308
629
591
185
189
427
410
669
650

138
186

303
307
3.223
3,155
490
436
283
253
438
390
1,389
1,343
148
149
88
79
148
131
124
114
204
196
4,148
3,472
574
606
216
200
1,800
1,684
876
858
634
540
145
136
218
194

311
333
1,065
1,127
887
846

172
165
812
602
986
887


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


$634,390
648,991

5,988
6,166
10,689
11,043

3,789
,089
6,093
6,277
11,562
11,886

4,033
4,057
4,791
5,142

57,225
58,52
9,037
9,375
3,180
3,432
7,080
7,009
28,671
31,602
3,182
3,239
1,058
1,087
2,121
2,110
2,819
3,076
3,688
4,205
76,421
76,735

8,529
8,958
2,946
2,737
21,712
22,343
11,978
11,893
11.454
11,274

3,113
3,424
2,566
2,421

5,306
5,628
18,582
19,022
14,689
15,005
2,502
2,506
10,009
9,721
15,661
16,539


* Percent increase computed on unite of dollars.
SIncludes amortization of Defense Projects.


Region, road, and year


1952 Total--Roads listed herein............... 195
1951 "195
New England Region:
1952 Boston & Maine ...................... 195
1951 195
1952 New York, New Haven & Hartford ....... 195
1951 195
Great Lakes Region:
1952 Delaware & Hudson .................... 195
1951 195

1952 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ....... 195
1951 195


$75,754 78.2
69,618 78.3
429 81.2
442 81.0
709 80.2
530 82.2
503 78.0
614 77.2

943 75.6
799 78.7
1,298 78.6
1,435 77.8
167 85.3
429 79.9

975 73.2
876 74.7
2,946 86.8
3,970 85.1
1,851 69.0
2,036 69.1

1,031 76.9
784 79.6
820 77.8
651 74.9
4,204 76.5
3,542 80.9
d. 341 88.7

751 60.0
791 64.5
316 77.7
344 74.9
320 66.1
437 63.5
64 82.7
d 206 92.6
5,496 86.4
4,388 85.7

1,153 79.8
1,043 80.9
699 71.5
630 73.0
,20P 68.1
:,448 69.6
2,111 73.3
2,628 67.6
1,122 76.8
734 83.0
360 82.7
122 89.5
511 67.2
603 62.2

800 71.4
747 74.4
1,791 78.1
1,456 81.0
1,752 79.9
1,402 80.9
442 75.1
371 75.2
2,133 69.1
1,454 73.5
2,752 69.1
2,350 73.3


23.5

8.6

12.8

7.6

7.6

9.5






.3

d 1.1

4.7

d 23.4

d 12.7




3.6

8.1

3.3

d 3.2

4.3

1.3

9.3

a 40.8

d 22.7

2.3

1.4

a 4.5

d 4.2

7.2


Average
miles
of road
operated


FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY 1952 AND 1951


Operating revenues
Freight Passenger

Per- Per- Total
cent cent
Amount in-e Amount in-
crease crease

(p) (q) (r) (s) (t)


(r) Cs) (ti
u v (vi
(x) ro:


Operating expenses

Deprecl-
All ation in-
mainte- eluded Total
nance in pre-
ceding
column) (v) (W)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


52
51

52
51
52
i1
52
51
52
ii


3


34.5
34.0

33.6
33.4
31.7
33.2
36.5
35.8
28.8
30.2
31.8
30.3
36.0
35.5
29.6
30.9
36.4
33.8
27.9
28.1

47.9
40.1
28.7
28.2

31.9
34.9

32.5
30.9
31.2
30.8
29.9
28.4

25.5
23.9

29.9
34.9
38.5
38.3

36.1
37.3
34.6
35.1
32.0
32.1
38.5
33.6
36.7
38.2
32.4
36.6

35.9
30.8
34.8
36.4

35.2
35.9
36.9
36.9
33.1
33.2
31.6
32.8
31.4
32.7


37.3
38.2
41.5
41.8
41.8
42.8

35.7
36.1
41.3
42.7

Z9.9
40.8
44.
39.4
37.6
38.3
43.
45.4

35.7
35.6
32.0
32.7
41.9
39.7
38.2
39.8
49.7
52.7
25.0
29.6

37.3
37.3
36.2
35.5
48.8
54.1
42.5
42.5

38.8
39.3
30,3
31.5
30.0
32.1
29.2
29.0

33.9
38.3
41.7
44.6

25.9
26.3
28.4
30.1

36.7
38.5
37.4
38.7
3.5.o
134.53
31.3
34.3
31.9
34.7


52
51

52

52
51
52
51
52

i2
)l
i2
ii

i2

i2
ii
i2
il
i2
;i
i2
;I
2
I
i2

2
1
2
1

2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1






L
2
L
2
L
2
L

2
L

L


203,868
204,062
1,701
1.702



2 793
S 793
964
966
2,242
2,245
952
969
1,220
1,228

10,711
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
5,116
5,116
2,135
2,135
5,472
5,453
1,786
1,815

337
336
2,833
2,808

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

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

6,306
6,344


3,300,605
3,266,872
27,973
28,845

38 ,990
39,329
22,745
23,059

30,931
29,.48
64,682
65,724
21,053
21,987
29,642
28,815
238,608
246,741

63,257
62,657
19,182
18,924
41,227
41,652
162,799
160,472
13,942
14,121
8,217
7,493

11,331
11,130
17,434
17,738

5,530
6,089

321,562
316,303
49,311
47,035
20,173
19,245
141,863
134,324
77,927
75,444
61,789
55,057
15,765
16,079
16,605
16,414

32,905
31,589
101,544
99,716
83,606
80.879
14,457
13,767


9.2 7,690
6,895
2.0 8,587
7.897


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


1.0


i30

d 1.0




5.0


d 1.6

d 4.2_

2.9




1.0

1.4




1.5






1.8









4.8

4.8




3.3

12.2

d 2.0

1.2

4.2

1.8


3.4

5.0


$4,005,116 $1
3,893,0971


$362,480
335,622
4,687
4,476
20,677
18,557
806
703
4,060
3,948

3,053
2,845

1,013
962
1,656
1,458

50,437
46,097

912
836

387
402
2,036
2,061
10,350
10,269
2,299
2,278
25
33
1,243
1,318



14,354
13,377
67,562
61,426

2,929
2,884

43
38

3,555
3,550
2,125
g,248
10, 45
9,437
1,160
1,374
1,133
1.143

1,985
2,066

9,345
9,152
5,726
5,877
767
876


8.0

4.7

11.4

14.7

2.8

7.3

5.3

13.6

9.4

9.1

d 3.6

d 1.2

.8

.9

d 25.9






7.3

10.0

1.6

14.4

.2




16.0

d 15.6




d 1.9

2.1




d 12.4

11.5

8.7


36,729
36,580
67,175
64,190
24,369
24,423

38,787
36,301

73,348
73,364
23,864
24,829

33,089
31,604

330,281
327,986
66,294
65,449

20,523
20,292
46,816
46,974
185,405
181,118
17,766
17 .,625
8,510
7,723
14,184
13,703
21,760
22,189
21,125
20,576
432,088
414,853

55,857
53,245
21,330
20,208
152,432
1i,395
84,474
81,139
78,520
69,325
18,744
18,800
18,786
18,429

37,353
35,989
123,834
119,976

95,857
92,100
16,813
15,956
73.111
66,256
111,910
107,803


33,141,380
3,086,593


1,344,098
1,305,210
12,368
12,181
20,887
20,163

8,175
7,929
11,258
10,696
20,521
19,985
7,862
7,745
9,348
9,868
114,811
113,915
19,052
18,382

8,217
8,198
12,458
11,934
63,106
64,125

5,648
5,425
2,790
2,758

3,937
3,753
5,538

6,968
7,309
157,387
158,934
18,965
18,227

7,105
6,672

51,797
6,774
31,118
28,205
24,942
27,593
6,040
6,634
6,491
6,095
12,583
12,524

41,255
40,536

33,676
32,223
g,222
4,942
23,214
22,253

36,095
35,100


,


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


(X)


$183,986
177,525
1,573
1,542

3,138
2 956
945
969
2,121
2,045

3,294
3,189
693
932
1,517
1,536
15,799
15,695
2,307
2,156

1,379
1,244
2,170
1,936
6,920
6,768

763
746
430
396
690
624
613
562
1,018
981

19,035
17,933
2,838
2,608
1,079
1,018

8,735
8,336
4,326
4,083

3,156
2,597
728
685
1,028
971
1,533
1,647

5,322
5,622
4,350
4,193
845
813



4,835
4,372


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


(Y)l


30,551
30,157
54,063
52,402
18,821
18,579
30,343
29,528

55,356
55,353
19,815
19,321
23,924
24,529
287,691
290,464

45,908
45,344
16,899
16,874

34,988
34,074
148,282
149,700
15,897
15,856

5,503
5,560
10,631
10,260
14,816
14,309
20,110
19,803
371,408
368,488
43,376
42,206
15,086
14,169
109,999
104,431
61,138
57,328
55,528
58,036
15,448
16,320
12,616
12,019
26,394
26,546
94,770
93,507
72,699
72,481
12,099
11,797
51,291
q9,097

80,754
79,524


Percent Percent
malnte- trans-
nance portation
expenses expenses
of oper- of oper-
ating eating
revenues revenues

(s) (an)


$337,562
293,694
1,582
1,483

3,768
2,785
2,893
2,756
4,081
2,675
7,750
7,366

1.362
2,902
4,919
3,750
11,830
3,760
8,873
9,061
4,224
3,556
4,639
4,367
18,549
14,675
a 2.026

3,712
3,257
1,700
1,505
1,185
1,585



25,762
11,513
6,228
5,467

3,615
3,518
22,446
18,610
10,930
11,486
6,845
2,977

1,309
642
2,439
2,701
4,194
3,650
10,259
13,210
11,216
8,395
2,317
1,953
10,084
7,207
12,189
11,402


78.4
79.3
83.2
82.4
80.5
81.6

77.2
76.1
78.2
81.3

75.5
75.4
83.0
77.8

72.3
77.6
87.1
88.6

69.2
69.3
82.3
83.2
74.7
72.5
80.0
82.7
89.5
90.0
64.7
72.0
74.9
74.9
68.1
64.5

95.2
96.2
86.0
88.8
77.7
79.3
70.7
70.1
72.2
72.3
72.4
70.7
70.7
83.7
82.4
86.8
67.2
65.2

70.7
73.8
76.5
77.9
75.8
78.7
72.0
73.9
70.2
74.1
72.2
73.8


33.6
33.5
33.7
33.3
31.1
31.4
33.5
32.5
29.0
29.5
28.0
27.2

32.9
31.2
28.2
31.2
34.8
34.7
28.7
28.1
40.0
40.4
26.6
25.4
34.0
35.4
31.8
30.8
32.8
35.7
27.8
27.4

25.4
24.4

33.0
35.5
36.4
38.3
34.0
34.2

33.3
33.0
34.0
32.4
36.8
34.8
31.8
39.8
32.2
35.)
34.6
33.1
33.7
34.8

33.3
33.8
35.1
35.0
31.1
31.0
31.8
33.6
32.3
32.6


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of road
operated
at close
of month


Seaboard Air Line .................... 1952
1951
Southern ............................. 1952
1951


38.4
39.5
43.5
43.3
42.6
43.8

37.8
37.9
43.6
46.1

40.6
41.3
45.0
41.9

38.1
40.4
45.8
47.6

34.9
35.5
35.0
35.8
41.3
40.6

39.5
41.0
51.3
52.9
27.9
32.0
37.0
38.0
38.4
36.1
57.9
56.8
44.0
45.2
38.9
40.6

31.3
31.3
32.1
34.1

30.2
30.6

32.5
37.1
41.3
43.2
27.1
26.9
28.9
30.7
37.1
37.7
35.5
38.4
34.0
35.6
31.9
33.8
33.9
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1951 1951
1952 Grand Trunk Western .................. 1952
1951 1952

1952 Lehigh Valley ........................ 1952
1951 195]
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, 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 Chesapeake & Ohio .................... 1952
1951 1951
1952 Norfolk & Western ............................. 1952
1951 1951
Southern Region:
1952 Atlantic Coast Line .................. 1952
1951 1951
1952 Central of Georgia ................... 1952
1951 1951

1952 Oinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific ... 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


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35.4







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 MAY 1952 AND 1951 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY 1952 AND 1951

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenue Operating expenses
MilesNPercentiPercentAnt- tre
of road Freight en FrePassenger Net Oper Net ntOper- Perint- r
operated Depreei- Net 0per- saints- tran- miles Depreoi- railway a
at close ation in- railway eating nanse portation Region, road, and year of road at in- railway ation nance prtation
of month Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses operated Per- Per- -epnalesludedT oaese
content Total mante- in pr- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- Total mainte- Total ating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount in- Amount in- nanc* ceding income cent) acting eating Amount in Amount cen- nance ceding pre- income cent) atng tn
creaseease column revenue r nus crareaseease columluing revenues

(a) b) (o) (d) () C(f () (h) (l>(1))k) (1).)()(...Jl. .(C) () Cr) rs) (t) 'u) (C ) () ..-L ----A 1)--L.A 1 ) .. J ---aa--- ,
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
7,915 $13,218 4.7 $1,814 6.2 $16,945 $5,909 $1,053 $14,899 $421 87.9 34.9 46.2 1952 Chicago & North Western ...................... 1952 7,915 $61,440 d 2.9 $8,666 4.1 $79,820 $29,206 $5,299 $74,211 d 6 93.0 36.6 48.9
7,913 13,877 1,709 17,206 6,298 1,079 15,518 375 90.2 36.6 46.6 1951 1951 7,919 63,298 8,326 79,941 28,072 5,372 72,539 126 90.7 35.1 48.6
1,474 2,618 d5.6 13 d 43.9 2,826 843 157 1,922 317 68.0 29.8 31.9 1952 Chicago Great Western ........................ 1952 1,474 13,446 .4 65 d 53.7 14,406 4,325 779 9,987 1,531 69.3 30.0 33.1
1,474 2,774 23 2,951 999 136 2,117 283 71.7 33.8 31.7 1951 1951 1,474 13,399 141 14,351 4,.336 677 10,042 1,367 70.0 30.2 33.5
10,671 17.525 d 5.8 1,517 1.8 21,408 8,967 1,220 19,470 286 90.9 41.9 41.9 1952 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Paciflo ....... 1952 10,671 87,088 d .5 7,502 6.3 105,893 39,474 6,392 92,585 3,666 87.4 37-3 43.0
10,671 18,602 1,490 22,281 8,211 1,247 19,072 902 85.6 36.9 41.9 1951 1951 10,671 87,488 7,056 104,966 35,669 6,187 89,865 3,912 85.6 34.0 44.7
1,617 2,059 d 10.0 168 .6 2,495 869 132 2,333 d 195 93.5 34.8 51.1 1952 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ....... 1952 1,617 11,039 d .2 859 d 1.5 13,183 4,273 663 12,341 1.151 93.6 32.4 53.8
1,617 2,288 167 2,667 986 128 2,584 d 275 96.9 37.0 52.7 1951 1951 1,617 11,059 872 12,963 4,350 646 12,722 1580 98.1 33.6 57.3
567 6,509 2.9 1 d 34.4 7,634 1,193 132 3,337 3,789 43.7 15,6 26.1 1952 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ................. 1952 567 12,165 2.8 4 a 7. 0 14,053 6,509 659 13.133 d 108 93.5 46.3 42.2
565 6,327 1 7,329 1,278 126 3,419 3,335 46.7 17.4 28.0 1951 1951 565 11,830 6 13,488 6,514 632 12,574 120 93.2 48.3 41.7
8,314 19,012 d 14.5 1,181 28.8 22,110 7,866 935 16,134 3,165 73.0 35.6 31.8 1952 Great Northern ............................... 1952 8,314 79,550 d 1.2 5,586 15,9 92,389 36,344 4,619 77,579 4,802 84.0 39.3 38.1
8,316 22,233 918 24,819 7,861 895 16,869 2,910 68.0 31.7 31.6 1951 1951 8,316 80,556 4,818 91,644 33,988 4,449 74,359 5,675 81.1 37.1 38.0
3,224 3,385 d 7.6 61 8.6 3,667 1,471 139 3,011 393 82.1 40.1 36.6 1952 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marle ..... 1952 3,224 13,890 d .__J 330 5.3 15,150 6,940 700 14,597 d 621 96.3 45.8 44.
3,224 3,664 56 3.907 1,584 136 3,194 468 81.7 40.5 35.9 1951 1951 3,224 14,007 313 15,075 6,320 669 13,847 57 91.9 41.9 43.6
6,883 11,929 d 14.8 607 9.4 13,671 5,732 704 11,963 1,022 87.5 41.9 38.3 1952 Northern Paciflo ............................. 1952 '6,886 58,200 1.2 2,829 d 1.1 66,535 26,218 3,543 58,536 3,513 88.0 39.4 41.2
6,887 14,001 554 15,504 5,360 650 12,008 1,748 77.4 34.6 36.5 1951 1951 6,887 57,523 2,860 64,895 23,726 3,471 54.568 5,084 84.1 36.6 40.5
1,046 2,328 d9.8 41 15.8 2,505 880 101 2,055 207 82.0 35.1 39.9 1952 Wisconsin Central # ......................... 1952 1,046 11,723 1.3 186 10.2 12,639 4,166 496 10,416 732 82.4 33.0 42.5
1,051 2,582 36 2,773 913 92 2,140 267 77.1 32.9 38.1 1951 1951 1,051 11,567 169 12,344 4,099 443 10,272 311 83.2 33.2 43.5
Central Western Region:
13,072 37,362 d 5.1 5,299 8.5 47,222 16,819 2,273 35,830 4,064 75.9 35.6 33.4 1952 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ............... 1952 13,073 192,543 d *.3 23,617 17.5 238,582 79,386 11,319 172,376 26,645 72.3 33.3 32.2
13,096 39,366 4,883 47,826 17,268 2,333 36,305 4,369 75.9 36.1 33.3 1951 1951 13,096 193,129 20,105 230,886 79,603 11,667 170,602 24,809 73.9 34.5 32.9
8,808 15,979 d 11. 1,673 10.4 19.793 7,556 1,048 16,103 1,210 81.4 38.2 36.4 1952 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ................. 1952 8,812 83,579 d 8.1 7,531 11.2 101,720 31,855 5,219 75,640 9,704 74.4 31.3 36.7
8,822 18,005 1,516 21,419 7,114 1,023 16,119 1,848 75.3 33.2 36.3 1951 1951 8,822 91,130 6,770 107,271 29,826 5,088 74,339 13,437 69.3 27.8 36.0
7,916 12,639 d 8.1 1,678 .7 15,941 5,123 748 12,472 1,427 78.2 32.1 38.0 1952 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific ............... 1952 7,916 68,843 .5 8,316 d.. 84,977 24,846 3,637 63,358 8,780 74.6 29.2 37.7
7,925 13.784 1,667 16,822 5,057 636 12,934 1,336 76.9 30.1 39.2 1951 1951 7,925 68,488 8,353 83,631 23,116 3,225 62,388 7,286 74.6 27.6 39.3
2.333 5,803 3.2 295 3.4 6,340 2,273 323 4,821 707 76.0 35.9 32.7 1952 Denver & Rio Grande Western .................. 1952 2,333 28,866 6.6 1,297 d 6.1 31,286 9,856 1,605 22,645 3,796 72.4 31.5 33.5
2.334 5,623 286 6,116 2.051 335 4,500 752 73.6 33.5 32.6 1951 1951 2,344 27,073 1,384 29,492 8,911 1,702 20,804 4,203 70.5 30.2 33.0
8,118 38,191 d 1.2 4,306 28.9 46,002 14,110 1,954 34,134 5,435 74.2 30.7 37.4 1952 Southern Pacific Co. ......................... 1952 8,129 183,090 4.2 19,728 17.1 218,180 69,302 9,705 164,913 21,928 75.6 31.8 37.4
8,127 38,644 3,339 44,403 13,807 1,725 33,670 3,414 75.8 31.1 38.7 1951 1951 8,129 175,643 16,852 204,062 63,997 8,516 155,386 17,063 76.1 31.4 38.3
9,843 32,020 d 12.0 3,461 12.8 38,851 14,464 1,541 31,497 1,136 81.1 37.2 35.8 1952 Union Pacific ................................ 1952 9,862 163,809 dg .6 15,900 18.1 196,061 67,547 7,669 155,304 7,897 79.2 34.5 36.7
9,712 36,399 3,067 42,458 14,818 1,630 32,506 2,067 76.6 34.9 34.5 1951 1951 9,718 171,720 13,464 198,595 64,539 8,022 150,260 11,628 75.7 32.5 35.8
1,193 3,840 d 8.9 320 4.5 4.274 1,373 185 3,023 646 70.7 32.1 28.8 1952 Western Pacific............................... 1952 1,193 19,037 d8.8 1,217 3.2 20,737 6,755 937 15,412 2,133 74.3 32.6 31.7
1,193 4,214 306 4,626 1,401 173 3,356 78 72.6 30.3 28.7 1951 1951 1,193 20,865 1,180 22,484 6,265 869 14,749 3.195 65.6 27.9 28.0
Southwestern Region:
1,104 2,643 5 195 5.6 3,130 1,290 133 2,687 212 85.8 41.2 38.8 1952 International-Great Northern # ........ ............ 1952 1,104 13,700 3.6 937 AA 15.7 16,032 6,153 659 13,297 1,284 82.9 38.4 38.6
1,104 2,797 185 3,229 1,237 123 2,696 204 83.5 38.3 39.2 1951 1951 1,104 13,220 1,111 15,615 6,009 608 13,096 1,080 83.9 38.5 39.4
891 3,268 d2.8 155 24.8 3,752 979 124 2,232 616 59.5 26.1 27.9 1952 Kansas City Southern ......................... 1952 891 17,424 4.8 736 9.2 19,828 4,534 616 11,206 3,334 56.5 22.9 28.4
891 3,362 124 3,754 919 124 2,239 596 59.7 24.5 29.8 1951 1951 891 16,627 674 18,783 4,223 631 10,612 3,239 56.5 22.5 28.9
3,242 5,616 3.9 333 d 5.5 6,514 1,974 320 4,919 647 75.5 30.3 36.6 1952 Missouri-Kaneas-Texas Lines .................. 1952 3,242 29,629 6.5 1,860 d 20.4 34,526 9,808 1571 24,926 3,885 72.2 28.4 35.5
3,242 5,405 352 6,289 1,976 281 5,025 417 79.9 31. 39.0 1951 1951 3,243 27,810 2,336 32,945 9,294 1,365 24,535 2,996 74.5 28.237.7
6,950 16,341 d 2.6 1,047 4.4 19,433 7,342 954 15,726 1,915 80.9 37.8 37.4 1952 Missouri Pacific # ........................... 1952 6,950 83,581 1.1 4,939 2.2 98,311 34,815 4,700 77,126 10,801 78.5 35.4 37.5
6,960 16,776 1,002 19,508 7,240 869 15,866 1,825 81.3 37.1 38.7 1951 1951 6,960 82,706 4,831 96,010 34,379 4,278 76,712 9,256 79.9 35.8 38.6
1,834 6,277 14.0 414 d 2.4 7,297 2,011 336 4,730 1,247 64.8 27.6 30.3 1952 Texas & Pacific .............................. 1952 1,834 29,296 8.7 1,949 3J1 34,012 10,346 1,681 23,565 4,282 69.3 30.4 31.5
1,846 5,508 424 6,411 1,907 275 4,577 755 71.4 29.7 33.7 1951 1951 1,846 26,952 2,018 31,391 9,029 1,303 21,857 3,514 69.6 28.8 33.2
4,601 8,951 2.8 561 d 11.8 10,350 3,342 606 8,010 1,612 77.4 32.3 37.5 1952 St. Louis-San Francisco ...................... 1952 4,601 43,176 fd 3.002 6...,2 50327 17,062 3,031 39855 5,414 79.2 33.9 37.5
4,601 8,703 636 10,074 3,357 583 8,066 920 80.1 33.3 39.1 1951 1951 4,621 43,352 3,202 50,086 16,857 2,877 39,562 4,873 79.0 33.7 38.0
159 372 4.9 7 d6.6 406 81 5 254 38 62.4 20.0 34.4 1952 St. Louis-San Franocisco Texas .............. 1952 159 1,985 10.5 34 dJ7.2 2,160 417 23 1,345 318 62.2 19.3 35.4
159 354 10 391 92 4 317 16 81.1 23.6 48.4 1951 1951 159 1,797 54 1,978 419 22 1,341 148 67.8 21.2 38.8
1,569 5,757 d .7 38 d 15.1 6,043 1,403 147 3,361 1,078 55.6 23.2 26.5 1952 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ................. 1952 1i,69 29,380 6.0 186 d 18. 30,807 6,762 727 16,943 4,633 55.0 22.0 27.3
1,569 5,799 59 6,0o68 1,709 122 4,070 712 67.1 28.2 33.1 1951 1951 1,569 27,713 301 29,017 6,837 66 17,404 3,974 60.0 23.6 30.7
4,291 10,598 3.8 750 L6.2 12,178 3,898 211 8,994 1,051 73.9 32.0 34.8 1952 Texas & New Orleans .......................... 1952 4,291 54,550 8.7 3,657 7.1 62,368 18,365 1,058 43,880 5,552 70.4 29.4 34.3
4,292 10,210 800 11,740 3,892 414 9,299 809 79.2 33.1 39.2 1951 1951 4,306 50,187__ 3,943 57,784 18,339 2,133 44,096 4,486 76.3 31.7 37.8
# Report of trustee or trustees.
Percent increase computed on units of dollars. a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
A Includes amortilatlon of Defense Projects. d/ Decrease oF deficit. U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 152 O- 200316