Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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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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Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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S 1 6 st.e. ?2 ); 23 li2 UNIVERSITY OFFLORIDA


Sject to revii UNV. OFL L. 3 1262 08731 1196 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
J L L j 312208311BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


t No. M-150

952





NQOV 5 195


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


U.S. DEPOSTORY


(OR THE MONTH OF AUGUST 1952 AND 1951 FOR EIGHT MONTHS ENDED WITH AUGUST 1952 AND 1951 Cp

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses 'S
orad eight Passenger P nt Freight Passenger -ere- re-- cnt
operated ation n- railway sting nanoe portation Region, road, and year of road Deprei- ralw atingne ation
St nlons Per- Pe All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses operated Per- Per- All atlen in- oper- ratio expense expen
of month cent cent Total ainte- in pre- Total eating (: per- e o e n Totai .aint.- l Total eating (per- of o r- of ope
Amount nnt Aount or- ane eIn ooe cent) at.nn atng1 Aount en A nt re-

AmoutAIn- n in- ceding (1 J> ) )ilAmount in- Auount in- cane c din income cent) ating ting
crease grease column revenues revenues crease crease column

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203,737 $693,205 d 1.6 7?,342 d 4.0
203,963 70,221 80,565


1,701
1,702
1,79;
1,792
793
793
962
965

2,242
2,243
952
952
1,218
1,223
10,718
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
1,320
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
4,765

1,049
4,146
4,146
6,306
6,333


5,373
5,635
7,416
7,523
4,329
5,032
6,334
6,109
13,400
13,432
4,032
4,041

5,998
6,283
46,768
50,757
13,737
13,498
4,075
4,086

7,934
7,561
35,148
35,231
2,896
3,067
1,665
1,652
2,362
2,341

3,350
3,934
1,154
1,270
66,292
69,084

9,852
9,691
3,643
3,851
27,767
31,007
15,504
17,266

9,530
9,655
2,922
2,734
3.326
3,369
6,813
6,265
20,922
20,905
15,387
17,110
2,782
2,740

9,835
9,678
19,394
18,469


d 4.6




d 14.0

3.7




A1.8

d 4.5

d 7.9

1.8




4.9




d 5.6

.8

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d 14.8

d9.1

d -4.0

1.7

d 5.4

d 10.4

d 10.2

d 1.1

6.8




8.8

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d 10.1

1.5

1.6

5.0


1,198
1,123
4,423
4,396
223
213
830
827
670
707
262
211
312
383
10,329
11,330
169
177
76
85
507
487
1,941
2,301
524
550
6
9
301
335



3,245
3,294
12,907
13,358

550
588
11
13
854
982
545
569
1,555
1,560
244
298
225
201
476
498
2,107
2,147
1,295
1,410
176
186
1,138
1,124
1,988
1,978


6.6

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4.8

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24.2




d 8.8




d 10.0

4.1

d 15.7

d 4.7

d 39.1

d 10.






d 1.5




A 11.1

d 13,1

d 4.2




d 18.1

12.0

d 4.5

d 1.9

d 8.2




1.3

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


203,816 95,211,721 d .8 $595,975
204,024 5,255,609 571,292


(Honey items in thousands of dollars)*
841l,624 $263,919 $38,270 $622,467
849,164 281,869 38,223 654,346
7995 2,436 326 5,936
456 2,427 306 6,025
13,288 4,067 631 10,783
13,240 4,431 592 11,116
4,729 1,754 191 3,844
5,402 1,903 191 4,100
7,925 2,244 433 5,900
7,611 2,368 413 6,276
15,406 4,491 682 11,636
15,407 4,763 645 12,207
4,576 1,597 139 3,864
4,601 1,847 186 4,247
6,620 1,596 280 4,429
6,975 2,206 302 5,299
65,499 22,860 3,253 54,762
69,951 23,450 3,503 58,512
14,482 3,803 467 9,203
14,256 3,698 439 9,274
4,363 1,379 289 3,040
4,357 2,112 662 3,831
9,148 2,588 441 7,093
8,747 2,573 409 7,079
39,673 12,559 1,397 29,984
40,160 13,942 1,338 32,048
3,711 1,031 146 3,047
3,891 1,197 153 3,338
1,714 622 89 1,196
1,702 600 77 1,230
2,947 859 149 2,223
2,916 832 134 2,185
4,459 718 125 2,417
4,784 1,074 114 2,974
4,614 1,388 206 3,738
4,819 1,485 192 4,079
87,717 25,847 4,575 66,277
90,928 32,678 4,616 75,042
11,021 3,989 602 8,463
10,860 4,131 551 8,963

3,835 1,049 216 2,593
4,035 1,374 202 2,891
30,153 9,626 1,771 20,447
33,748 10,851 1,708 23,232
16,694 5,532 879 11,092
18,617 5,468 900 11,612
11,968 6,111 636 11,658
12,014 4,674 573 10,288
3,427 1,168 152 2,975
3,305 1,060 149 2,879
3,731 1,305 216 2,494
3,762 1,370 194 2,510
7,789 2,479 314 5,294
7,249 2,652 338 5,454
25,337 8,261 1,084 18,357
25,205 8,601 1,142 19,223
18,121 6,503 950 14,081
19,552 6,996 844 14,799
3,400 1,010 166 2,366
3,170 1,079 163 2,377
11,813 3,728 777 8,438
11,623 3,575 617 8,297
23,014 6,431 991 15,113
21,767 7,495 998 16,533


$96,446
76,526

466
693
420

433
612
1,012
625
1,553
1,416

d 7
d 122

1,099
897
4,765
4,273
2,297
2,243
1,268
586
818
438
4,578
3,006
d 82

576
624
386
341
793

148

9,846
5,727
1,484
1,016
798
659

5,339
4,870
2,792
2,980
613
767
226
170
558
556
1,010
666
2,722
2,211
2,011
2,209
536
d 151
1,771
1,580
3,282
2,167


74.o
77.1
80.4
80.8
81.2
84.0
81.3
75.9
74.4
82.5

75.5
79.2
84.4
92.3
66.9
76.0
83.6
83.6
63.6
65.1
69.7
87.9
77.5
80.9
75.6
79.8
82.1
85.8
69.8
72.3
75.4
74.9
54.2
62.2
81.0
84.6



76.8
82.5
67.6
71.6
67.8
68.8
66.4
62.4
97.2
85.6
86.8
87.1
66.8
66.7
68.0
75.2
72.5
76.3
77.7
75.7
69.6
75.0
71.4
71.4
65.7
76.0


31.4
33.2
33.0
32.6
30.6
33.5
37.1
35.2

31.1
29.1
30.9

34.9
40.1
24.1
31.7
34.9
33.5
26.3
25.9
31.6
48.5
28.3
29.4
31.7
34.7
27.8
30.8
36.3
35.3
29.2
28.5
16.1
22.5
30.1
30.8
29.5
35.9
36.2
38.0
27.4
34.1

32.2
33.1
29.4
51.1
38.9
34.1
32.1
35.0
36.4
31.8
36.6
32.6
34.1
35.9
35.8
29.7 -
34.0
31.6
30.8
27:.
34:9


1952 Total--Roads listed herein,.................. 1952
1951 1951
New England Region:
1952 Boston & Maine........................... 1952
1951 1951
1952 New York, ew 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. Louie ............. 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, Jolet & 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 Cinn., 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
1952 Seaboard Air Line ........................ 1952
1951 1951
1952 Southern ................................. 1952
1951 1951


(Money Items in thousands of dollars)*
$6,348,919 $2,127,9551 8297,803 84,962,424 558,238 78.2
6,302,894 2,144,086 289,812 5,013,883 475,161 179.5


1,701
1,702




793
963
966
2,242
2,244

952
963
1,220
1,226
10,712
10,725
2,186
2,192
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,187
6,188
411
410
207
210
868
886
236
238

365
365
1U,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
2,808
2,898

6,539
6,539
4,765
4,775
1,032
1,049
4,146
4,146
6,306
6,342


43,249
45,393
59,996
61,581

34,673
36,834
48,019
47,357
98,775
104,301
32,037
33,586
45,223
46,712
368,464
391,002
97,262
100,235
26,031
30,882
64,566
63:766
249,955"
260,926
22,473
22,933
12,663
12,353
18,000
17,726
23,335
28,906
8,857
9,876

517,87?
74,373
75,164
28,681
30,175
217,830
219,402
119,436
122,289

92,059
84,711
24,271
24,312
26,313
26,365
52,792
49,835
160,668
158,094
127,563
128,382
22,789
21,599
90,289
84,209
148,976
145,281


d 4.7














d 3.2

d 5.8




d 15.7

1.3

d 4.2






1.5






d 6.0

4 1.1

d5.0






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5.9

1.6

d6.6

5.5

7.2

2.5


8,158
7,712
34,399
31,789
1,387
1,250
6,604
6,444
5,106
4,862
1,758
1,593
2,603
2,537
82,874
79,376
1,412
1,394
604
651
3, 434
3,432
16,697
17,213
3,867
3,873
43
54
2,167
2,319



24,251
23,548
106,526
101,078
4,570
4,610
76
78
6,027
6,241

3,730
3,971
15,694
14,061
1,831
2,203
1,774
1,730
3,323
3,486
15,202
15,193
9,548
9,965
1,294
1,444
11,262
10,294
14,414
13,733


4.3

5.8

8.2

11.0

2.5

5.0

10.4

2.6

4.4

1.3

d 7.1

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d 3.0




d 20.0






3.0

5.4

d .9




d 3.4

d 6.1

11.6

d 16.9

2.5

d 4.7




d 4.2

d 10.4

9.4


58,142
58,421
106,191
103,463
37,379
39,192
60,o584
58,596
113,218
117,591
36,532
38,132
50,581
51,412
516,560
527,657
102,228
105,148
28,015
33,049
73,675
72,432
285,982
295,724
28,716
28,800
13,113
12,724
22,607
21,987
29,407
36,259
34,997
35,494
659,983
680,146
84,299
84,810

30,408
31,685
235,317
237,140
129,706
131,928
116,113
105,944

28,777
28,639
29,674
29,495
60,022
57,131
195,548
190,529
147,581
146,706
26,735
25,071
109,544
101,268
176,850
170,278


19,918
19,791
33,012
33,038
13,184
13,379
18,223
17,632
34,004

12,593
13,019
14,847
16,370
180,118
179,320
29,462
29,643
11.873
14,304
20,209
20,386
97,190
104,831

8,835
8,874

4,354
4,416
6,506
6,202
7,884
8,671
11,178
11,741
228,596
254,515
29,406
30,849
10,059
10,663
81,440
77,484
47,499
45,141
42,849
42,007
9,626
10,001
10,526
10.128
20,220
20,271
63,628
65,314
53,994
52,782
8,421
8,296

35,490
33,851
56,486
57,552


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


2,563
2,468
5,031
4,713

1,517
1,543
3,416
3,288
5,329
5,138
1,116
1,499
2,411
2.423
25,544
26,197
3,707
3,470
2,246
3,204
3,488
3,136
11,119
10,777
1,193
1,202
706
627

1,136
1,025
988
904
1,633
1,561
32,260
30,821
4,624
4,338
1,726
1,619
14,168
13,444
6,965
6,739
5,071
4,293
1,198
1,131
1,680
1,555
2,465
2,663

8,561
9,017
7,109
6,708

1,355
1,304
5,835
4,610
7,825
7,310


48,480
48,485

85,784
84,839
29,865
30,468
48,055
47,981
88,938
90,838
31,268
31,653
7,817
,036

447,116
459,o69
71,722
72,975
24,616
28,134
55,929
55,765
230,893
242,749
25,078
25,623
8,683
9,034
17,189
16,641
20,466
23,067
31,256
32,043
557,801
588,259
66,673
68,922
22,076
22,553
171.728
171,156
93,504
91,860
90,169
89,427
24,402
25,205
20,028
19,616
42,399
42,450
146,864
149,208
115,498
116,561
19,437
19,137
78,047
75,238
126,538
128,475


2,345
2,281
5,616
4,198

3,991
4,145
6,188
4,440
10,429
11,320
635
2,464
6,983
6,102
20,500
14,781
13,218
14,432

5,772
5,211
6,945
5,106
28,109
23,720



5,509
5,343
2,676
2,400
1,734
2,889



45,315
34,333
9,370
8,099
5,150
5,335
34,343
30,365
17,391
18,772
8,330
4,789
1,759
897
4,086
4,220

6,795
5,606
17,687
18,304
15,956
13,114
3,644
2,284
15,282
11,468
20,893
16,926


83.4
83.0
80.8
82.0

79.9
77.7
79.3
81.9
78.5
77.2
85.6
83.0
74.8
77.9
86.6
87.0
70.2
69.4

87,9
85.1
75.9
77.0
80.7
82.1
87.3
89.0
66.2
71.0
76.0
75.7
69.6
63.6
89.3
90.3
84.5
86.5
79.1
81.3
72.6
71.2
73.0
72.2
72.1
69.6
77.7
84.4
84.8
88.0
67.5
66.5
70.6
74.3
75.1
78.3
78.3
79.5
72.7
76.3
71.3
74.3
71.6
75.5


34.5
34.0
34.3
33.9
31.1
31.9
35.3
34.1
30.1
30.1
30.0
28.8
34.5
34.1

29.3
31.9
34.9
34.0
28.8
28.2
42.4
43.3
27.4
28.1

34.0
35.4
30.8
30.8
33.2
34.7
28.8
28.2
26.8
23.9

31.9
33.1
34.6
37.4
34.9
36.4

33.1
33.7
34.6
32.7
36.6
34.2
36.9
39.6
33.4

35.5
34.3
33.7
35.5
32.5
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31.5
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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-Continued.


FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST 1952 AND 1951 FOR EIGHT MONTHS ENDED WITH AUGUST 1952 AND 1951
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Oilesf road r ght P engPercent Percoent Average Freight Passenger Percent Percent
opf rated Freight Passenger Depre- Net Oper- mainte- trans- Region, road, and year mile Freight PassengerDepreci- et Oper- te- tras-
at close action in- railway atng anoe portation of road tion in railway ating nanoe portation
of month Psre es- Allte eludd oper- ratio expenses expenses oratd Pr-Prlt per- ratio ex
cent cent Total a in pr- Total sting (per- of oper- of oper- Amount cent -ent Total maint:- inepre- Totel ating (per- Of oper- of oe-
Amount in- Amount in- nce edng r-income cent) ating ting Amount in- Amount in- ane Total- edng iTotalncome cent) ating ato
crease crease column revenues revenues crease crease column revenue revenue
(a) (b) ) (c d) (e) (fC) (g) (h) (1) (0) (k) (1) (m) (n.() ((C)) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (v) ().().(..WI) ()
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
,897 ,770 1.2 2,191 1.9 $18,8 $5,816 $1,078 15,4 $1,890 80.0 30.9 2.8 1952 Chicago & North Western ...................... 1952 7908 99.682 15,424 2.9 $130,449 $46,929 $8,475 $18,608 90.9 360 47.6
7,895 14,597 2,150 18,494 6,44 1,094 15,991 880 86.5 34.8 44.8 1951 1951 7,912 103,921 14,984 132,158 47,126 8,622 119,415 1,065 90.4 35.7 47.6
1,474 2,937 5.9 38 4.8 3.168 917 17 2,212 339 69.8 28.9 31.6 1952 Chiago Great Western ........................1952 1,47 21,476 2.1 148 d39.6 23,084 6974 1 251 16,225 2,363 70.3 302 32.
1,474 2,772 36 2,954 1,206 149 2,387 187 80.8 40.8 33.8 1951 1951 1,474 21,042 245 22,506 7,247 1,108 16,321 1.919 72.5 32.2 33.8
10,671 20,521 4.8 1,882 12.4 24,838 7,902 1,226 18,825 2,347 75.8 31.8 37.9 1952 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .......1952 10671 142675 1.6 13,036 5 173,724 63,436 10,078 148,472 7 869 85.5 36.5 41.9
10,671 19,586 2,147 24,027 8,567 1,335 20,120 1,267 83.7 35.7 41.5 1951 1951 10,671 140o,460 13,107 170,591 60,989 10,018 148,268 5,471 86.9 35.8 44.]
1,617 2,905 8.1 238 9.7 3.399 852 132 2,566 373 75.5 25.1 44.8 1952 Chioago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ....... 1952 1,617 18,432 .8 1,523 d 2.8 21,999 6,917 1,057 19,713 d 8 89.6 31. 51.1
1,617 2,686 263 3,185 878 126 2,6o5 225 81.8 27.6 48.0 1951 1951 1,617 18,292 1,567 21,561 7,030 1,026 20,412 d .69 9U.7 32.6 5.9
569 7,684 12.9 2 d 179 8,981 1,364 151 3,769 3,484 42.0 15.2 25.0 1952 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ................. 1952 568 21,861 1 1 d 7.2 25,466 10,070 1,143 20726 1596 81.4 39.5 37.4
566 6,804 2 7,909 1,391 126 3,812 1,459 48.2 17.6 28.4 1951 1951 565 32,078 136,924 10,615 1,011 23,742 4,160 64.3 28.7 33.2
8,314 23,454 15.2 1,411 30.5 26,997 7,545 1,029 16,613 4,144 61.5 27.9 29.2 1952 Great Northern ............................... 1952 8,314 137,006 .,6 9,854 8.7 158,911 59,366 7,541 125,330 12,080 78.9 374 35.4
8,316 20,357 1,081 23,269 7,767 907 16,580 2,524 71.3 33.4 33.1 1951 1951 8,316 137:824 9,066 158,429 56,911 7,156 123:052 11,506 77.7 35.9 35.9
3,22 4 4,87 25.9 169 41.3 4,803 1,432 144 3,155 906 65.7 29.8 31.6 1952 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie ..... 1952 3,224 25,051 5.1 763 9.2 27,401 11,175 1,128 23,607 1,266 86.2 40.8 9.5
3,224 3,85 120 3,810 1,470 137 3,122 529 81.9 38.6 37.8 1951 1951 3,224 23,845 698 25,862 10,833 1,o080 23,132 996 89.4 41.9 1.5
6,881 14,622 2.1 728 d 10.4 16,595 5,844 645 12,867 1,581 77.5 35.2 36.1 1952 Northern Pacific ............................. 1952 6,884 98,106 1.3 4,939 d 5.9 112,021 43,047 5,141 95,047 7,226 84.9 38.4 39.3
6,887 14,316 812 16,188 5,859 713 12,626 1,442 78.0 36.2 35.6 1951 1951 6,887 96,799 5,251 109,521 40,214 5,589 90,472 8,257 82.6 36.7 39.0
1,046 2,662 1.8 58 d 2.2 2,894 751 100 2,015 587 69.6 25.9 37.9 1952 Wisconsin Central # .......................... 1952 1,046 18,449 d 2.7 376 7.6 20,018 6,540 796 16,425 1,287 82.0 32.7 42.4
1,046 2,614 6o 2,814 923 91 2,263 383 80.4 32.8 40.4 1951 1951 1,050 18,970 350 20,341 6,645 717 16,605 1,260 81.6 32.7 42.4
Central Western Region:
13,072 34,181 d13.9 5,321 d 2.0 44,010 15,900 2,314 34,687 3,838 78.8 36.1 3 5.4 1952 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe / ............... 1952 13,073 316,058 2.9 40,180 17.5 392,014 129,251 18,218 279,225 46,742 71.2 33.0 31.6
13,097 39,697 5,N30 48,986 16,619 2,424 36,127 5,708 73.8 33.9 33.4 1951 1951 13,096 307,049 34,187 369,871 136,161 18,:046 285,527 32,771 77.2 36.8 33.7
8,807 2014 5. 2053 2.1 24,334 6,988 1 16,325 3,196 67.1 28.7 33.2 1952 Chicago, Burlington & Quincoy .......... ...... 1952 8,810 138,875 d 4.1 13,390 6.6 169,543 54,095 8,359 125,337 16,859 73.9 31.9 36.0
8,824 21,243 2,011 25,355 7,983 1,014 17.,317 3,563 68.3 31.5 31.8 1951 1951 8,822 144,754 12,558 172,926 52,732 8,145 124,376 18,728 71.9 30.5 35.8
7,917 13,307818 3 19,8 1 13 42 76 12,91 1,892 72.7 30.3 35.0 1952 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific............... 1952 7,916 114,519 7.8 13,892 1.9 140,899 41,010 5,894 102,557 15,761 72.8
7917 13,307 1856 1 42 13,14 940 81.5 34.6 39.6 1951 1951 7,924 106,233 13,636 130,617 40,030 5,136 101,976 9,429 78.1 30.6 39.6
2,333 7,272 13.7 373 d 3.4 7,930 1,928 343 4,817 1,284 60.8 24.3 30.5 1952 Denver & Rio Grande Western ................. 1952 2,333 46,474 5.2 2,340 d 4.6 50,743 15,926 2,603 36,464 6,144 71.9 31.4 33.2
2,334 6,393 386 7,021 2,111 334 4,792 1,030 68.3 3(?.1 31.8 1951 1951 2,341 44,177 2:453 48,429 15:277 2,693 34,600oo 6,599 71.4 31.5 32.6
8,113 39,662 2.4 3,815 9.3 47,125 14,792 2,002 36,178 4,023 76.8 31.4 39.2 1952 Southern Pacific Co. ......................... 1952 8,120 303.749 5.3 31,074 7.6 360,493 115,097 15,784 273617 3942 759 31.9 37.6
8,130 38,728 4,207 45,424 14,443 1,574 35,239 3,563 77.6 31.8 39.5 1951 1951 8,128 288,509 28,878 336,439 106,273 13,431 258,780 26:353 76.9 31.6 38.9
9,843 39,877 3.4 3,893 d 8.1 47336 14,149 1,559 33,727 3,589 71.3 29.9 34.9 1952 Union Pacifo ................................ 1952 9,855 269,661 d2.1 27,566 7.8 323,864 110,447 12,332 23,082 13,926 78.1 34.1 36.2
9,756 38,584 4,236 45,878 14,061 1,711 34,014 2,965 74.1 30.7 36.8 1951 1951 9,722 275,538 25,582 323,474 107,977 13,396 269,226 15,747 77.0 33.4 36.2
1,193 4,677 9.6 317 9.5 ,122 1,557 184 3,652 507 71.3 30.4 32.6 1952 Western Paolflo ic.............................. 1952 1,193 31,278 4.,3 2,218 7.7 34.351 11,202 1,42 25,273 3,700 73.6 32.6 31.3
1,193 4,266 289 4,666 1,353 182 3,147 597 67.4 29.0 29.5 1951 195I 1,193 32,675 2,060 35,489 10,209 1:405 23,824 4,779 67.1 28.8 28.9
Southwestern Region:
1,104 2,465 5.7 245 5.0 2,997 1,132 133 2,510 293 83.8 37.8 39.5 1952 International-Great Northern # ............. 1952 1,104 21,053 d 1.7 1,618 d 12.5 24,877 9,729 1,055 21,017 1,916 84.5 39.1 39.2
1,104 2,923 233 3,425 1,254 110 2,798 321 81.7 36.6 39.2 1951 1951 1:104 21,412 1,850 25:330 9,612 975 21,129 1,882 83.4 38.0 39.5
891 3,319 6.8 161 d 9.4 3,850 909 124 2,248 667 58.4 23.6 29.4 1952 Kansas City Southern ......................... 1952 891 26,927 3.8 1,213 5.8 30,787 7,161 990 17,737 5,216 57.6 23.3 28.9
891 3,107 177 3,551 843 123 2,126 649 59.9 23.7 30.7 1951 1951 891 25,945 1,147 29,328 6,684 1,001 17,007 6,951 58.0 22.8 29.9
3,242 6,073 8.0 372 1.0 7,018 2,074 316 5,077 892 72.3 29.6 34.9 1952 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .................. 1952 3,242 47,859 12.0 2,983 d.12.9 55,550 15,957 2,521 40,141 6,330 72.3 28.7 35.4
3,242 5,621 376 6,514 1,814 302 4,967 498 76.3 27.9 39.9 1951 1951 3,243 42,742 3,424 50,416 15,401 2,247 39,716 3.799 78.8 30.5 39.3
6,950 17,073 O2 1,225 d 1, 20,273 7,498 972 15,744 2,301 77.7 37.0 35.4 1952 Missouri Pacific # ...........................1952 6,950 136,118 2.7 8,490 2.1 160,341 57.328 7,596 124,583 17.960 77.7 35.8 36.5
6,950 19,012 1,249 22,043 7,486 1,044 16,669 3,042 75.6 34.0 36.6 1951 1951 6,959 132,525 8,312 154:344 57,614 6,965 126,144 13,734 81.7 37.3 38.8
1834 5,60 d 17 440 12.3 6,635 2,199 328 4,951 954 74.6 33.1 32.4 1952 Texas & Pacific .............................. 1952 1,834 46,261 5.8 3,227 d 7.4 53,990 16,895 2,683 38,166 7,267 70.7 31.3 31.8
1,846 5,7?00 502 6,623 1,855 284 4,635 884 70.0 28.0 34.5 1951 1951 1,846 43,732 3,486 50,914 14,778 2,139 35,775 5,922 70.3 29.0 33.5
4,601 9,373 .6 578 9.1 10,823 3,348 597 7,899 1,548 73.0 30.9 35.0 1952 St. Louis-San Francioco ...................... 1952 4,601 70,542 1.0 4,765 5.6 81,963 27,267 4,821 63,676 9,424 ??.7 33.3 36.8
4,601 9,315 636 10,742 3,682 604 8,579 935 79.9 34.3 38.5 1951 1951 4,613 69,854 5,049 80,595 27,608 4,675 64,616 7,159 80.2 34.3 38.6
159 451 5.9 9 31.9 486 83 4 279 42 57.4 17.1 33.5 1952 St. Louis-San Franoisoo & Texas .............. 1952 159 3,430 16.2 57 d 36.7 3,708 695 36 2,190 468 59.1 18.8 33.4
159 426 13 470 89 5 275 44 58.4 19.0 33.1 1951 1951 159 2,951 90 3,249 686 36 2,164 245 66.6 21.1 37.9
1.569 5.339 da 3. 48 d 24.8 5,626 1,376 151 3,370 1,151 59.9 24.5 29.4 1952 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ................. 1952 1,569 45,355 2.8 305 35.7 47,577 11,048 1,181 27,195 7,912 57.2 27.2 *28.0
1,569 5,504 64 5,786 1,4o4 143 3,589 856 62.0 24.3 31.8 1951 1951 1,569 44,109 474 46,205 11,409 1,054 28,783 6,087 62.3 24.7 31.7
4,291 10,125 2.2 750 4.1,. 11,664 3,290 211 8,593 855 73.7 28.2 38.8 1952 Texas & New Orleans .......................... 1952 4,291 84,203 7.8 5,950 1 .Lj 96,662 28,763 1,693 69,692 8,232 72.1 29.8 35.6
4,292 9.902 889 11,.60 3,766 398 9,232 552 80.6 32.9 40.8 1951 1951 4,301 78,117 6,690 90,524 29,689 3,414 71,354 5,870 78.8 32.8 39.1


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
a/ Includes Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
SDeocrease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1952 0 200316




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