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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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statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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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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Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00143
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3I1262 087311048 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


4f OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS


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VFORttHE MONTH OF SEP MBAr NDZ tS 1951 ~---------~------~----------------
FOR MONTH OF 8EP951/ N FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER 1952 AND 1951
Operating revenues\ Operate gexaes--- ~-------------------------------- ---------------
Milei --- 1; --# -- -Operating revenues Operating expenses
f lesd Freight Passenger Perent Percent Averagessener
froa e Net Oper- mainte- trans- iles Freight Passenger Percent Percent
operated railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year of road Depreci- Net Oper-ay stingalnte- tran-
of month Pe- Per- lded per- ratio expenses expenses operated All aton In-railway atn nance portat
cent cent n e- Total atng (per- of oper- of oper- Per- Per- cluded oper- ratio expenses expenses
Aount n Aount nance n p income cent) stng tng cent cent otal ante- in pre- Total ating (per- of oper- of oper-
reae crease column revenues revenues n- in- ceding income cent) ating eating
crcreaserease column / revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) () (1) (k) (1) (m) (n) -I.(o )I t ) (r) I (s) (t (u)(v)( 1 (X)(y.(( )
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
203727 $741573 11.4 68,172 4. 881,990 $276,868 $38,329 $632,67 $112,681 71.7 31.4 34.6 1952 Total--Roads listed herein, .................... 1952 203,804 85,953,282 .5 $664,157 3.3 $7,230,910 82,404,822 8336,138 t5,595,095 671.008 77.4 33.3 37.7
203963 665553 71523 79960 262,342 0,303 616,36 73,54 77.1 32.8 38.2 1951 1951 204,016 5,921,160 642,818 7,102,498 2,406,423 330,219 5,630,247 548,911 79.3 339 39.1
1,701 5595 7.4 951 5.9 7,475 2,492 325 5,974 32 3 40.7 1952 Bostona& Maine .............................. 1952 1,701 48,844 d 3 9,109 5.8 65,617 22,409 2,888 54,454 2,897 83.0 34.2 2.8
1,702 5.212 898 6.750 2,170 304 5,568 345 82.5 32.1 44.3 1951 1951 1,702 50,604 8,610 65,171 21,961 2,772 54,053 2,627 82.9 33.7 43.3
1,793 7,837 7.6 4,363 4.7 13,784 4,156 630 10,793 1,008 78.3 30.2 41.5 1952 New York, New Haven & Hartford .............. 1952 1,793 67,832 d 1.5 38,762 7.8 119975 37,168 5,662 96,577 6,624 80.5 31.0 42.7
1,794 7,285 4,168 12,699 4,026 590 10,232 300 80.6 31.7 42.5 1951 1951 1,794 68,866 35,957 116,162 37,063 5,303 95,071 4,498 81.8 31.9 43.5
Great Lakes Region:
793 4,852 14.2 204 4.8 5.213 1,686 206 3,598 804 69.0 32.3 31.1 1952 Delaware & Hudson ........................... 1952 793 39,525 d 1,591 10.1 42,592 14,871 1,723 33,463 4,795 78.6 34.9 37.6
793 4,247 195 4,584 1,686 191 3,755 324 81.9 36.8 39.3 1951 1951 793 U1,081 1,445 43,776 15,065 1,734 34,223 4,469 78.2 34.4 38.1
962 6,548 13.7 793 2.6 8,116 2188 432 583 1,083 71.8 27.0 39.7 1952 Delaware, Lackawanna &Western..............1952 963 54,567 2.7 7,397 2.5 68,700 20,411 3,849 53,885 7,271 78.4 29.7 43.0
965 5,761 773 7,135 2,117 417 5,726 737 80.2 29.7 44.7 1951 1951 965 53,118 7,217 65,731 19,749 3,705 53,707 5,177 81.7 30.0 45.8
2,242 13,845 7.5 597 1.3 15,787 4,229 680 11,410 1,923 72.3 26.8 39.3 1952 Erie .......................................1952 2,242 112,620 3 5,702 4.6 129,005 38,233 6,009 100,348 12,352 77.8 29.6 41.3
2,243 12,875 589 14,588 4,177 640 11,019 1,795 75.5 28.6 40.0 1951 1951 2,244 117,176 5,451 132,179 38,042 5,778 101,857 13,115 77. 28.8 41.4
952 4,159 .8 223 8.8 709 1,01 138 4,02 40 85.5 36.1 43.9 1952 Grand Trunk Western ........................ 1952 952 36,196 d 4.0 1,981 10.2 41,241 14,293 1,255 35,293 675 85.6 3.7 5.6
952 4,127 205 4,647 1,556 143 3,796 253 81.7 33.5 43.6 1951 1951 962 37,713 1,798 42,779 14,575 1,642 35,450 2,717 82.9 34.1 43.8
1,218 6,587 12.8 308 d11.1 7,248 1,844 263 4,703 1,251 64.9 25.4 34.1 1952 Lehigh Valley ............................... 1952 1,219 51,809 d 1.4 2,912 1.0 57,829 16.690 2,674 42,520 8,234 73.5 28.8 38.6
1,223 5,840 347 6,462 1,987 302 4,856 903 75.1 30.7 38.6 1951 1951 1.226 52,552 2,883 57,874 18,357 2,725 44,892 7,005 77.6 31.7 40.0
10,718 52,631 14.0 9,856 d 1.6 71,214 25,423 3,262 57,624 7,653 80.9 35.7 39.5 1952 New York Central ............................ 1952 10,713 421,095 d 3.7 92,731 3.7 587,774 205,541 28,806 504,739 28,153 85.9 35.0 44.4
10,725 46,169 10,018 63,659 23,227 4,850 57,355 1,974 90.1 36.5 47.0 1951 1951 10,725 437,171 89,395 591,316 202,547 31,047 516,423 16,755 87.3 34.3 46.8
2,184 ;14392 13.5 179 14.3 15,078 3,760 466 9,249 2,487 61.3 24.9 31.5 1952 New York, Chicago, & St. Louis .............. 1952 2,185 111,654 d 1. 1,591 2.6 117,305 33,223 4,173 80,971 15,705 69.0 28.3 35.0
2,192 12,683 157 13,355 3,716 445 9,079 1,877 68.0 27.8 34.7 1951 1951 2,192 112,919 1,551 118,503 33,358 3,915 82,054 16,310 69.2 28.1 35.4
221 4,028 11.6 67 d 12. 4,332 1,607 289 3,245 1,186 74.9 37.1 31.0 1952 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ...................... 1952 221 30,060 d 12. 671 d 7.7 32,347 13,480 2,535 27,860 6,958 86.1 41.7 36.2
221 3,609 76 3,877 1,882 667 3,603 266 92.9 48.5 37.5 1951 1951 221 34,491 727 36,927 16,186 3,871 31,737 5,477 85.9 43.8 35.3
2,393 8,207 11.4 425 d2.0 9,412 2,571 42 7,77 1,030 75.2 27.3 41.1 1952 Wabash ..................................... 1952 2,393 72,773 2.3 3859 83,087 22,780 3,930 63,006 7,975 75.8 27.4 41.4
2,393 7,369 433 8,465 2,453 433 6,792 711 80.2 29.0 43.8 1951 1951 2,393 71,135 3,865 80,897 22,839 3,569 62,558 5,817 77.3 28.2 42.1
6,187 35,595 3.9 1,810 d 13.8 0,08 12720 1,417 29,77 3 74 742 31.7 36.8 1952 Baltimore & Ohio............................ 1952 6,187 285,550 18,507 d 4.2 326,090 109,910 12,536 260,671 32,484 79.9 33.7 39.7
6,188 34,246 2100 38663 13560 73 30,77 3,34 78.8 35.1 37.9 1951 1951 6,188 295,172 19,313 334,388 118,391 12,250 273,226 27,354 81. 35.4 40.1
411 3,159 10.6 491 2.0 3,975 1,141 145 3,071 90 77.3 28.7 43.1 1952 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ............. 1952 411 25,631 d .6 4,358 .1 32,691 9,976 1,338 28,150 d 2.489 86.1 30.5 49.4
412 2,856 482 3,563 1,111 152 3,071 25 86.2 31.2 49.3 1951 1951 410 25,789 4,355 32,363 9,985 1,354 28,695 d 3,115 88.7 30.9 51.7
207 1,705 8.0 d6. 1,762 716 89 1235 481 70.1 40.6 25.8 1952 Central R. R. Co. of Pennsylvania ........... 1952 207 14,367 3.1 48 d 18.9 14,876 5,070 795 9,918 5,990 66.7 34.1 28.5
210 1,578 5 1,620 515 77 1,057 642 65.2 31.8 29.7 1951 1951 210 13,931 59 14,345 4,931 704 10,091 5,985 70.3 34.4 31.8
868 2,489 14.8 245 d 2 3,033 85 149 2,229 429 73.5 28.2 36.0 1952 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .................. 1952 868 20,490 3.0 2,412 d 6.8 25,640 7,360 1,285 19,418 3,105 75.? 28.7 36.9
886 2,169 270 2,695 777 135 2,083 305 77.3 28.8 38.4 1951 1951 886 19,895 2,589 24,682 6,979 1,159 18,724 2,705 75.9 28.3 38.0
236 3,705 .1 4.617 1,024 125 2,849 427 61.7 22.2 35.5 1952 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ..................... 1952 236 27,040 d 1,.1 34,023 8,908 1,113 23,315 2,160 68.5 26.2 37.5
238 3,700 4,563 963 115 2,782 406 61.o 21.1 35.9 1951 1951 238 32,606 40,822 9,634 1,019 25,850 3,295 63.3 23.6 35.7
365 1,230 d 11.3 3,324 7.9 4,777 1,385 206 3,707 328 77.6 29.0 44.7 1952 Long Island # ............................... 1952 365 10,088 d 10.4 27,576 3.6 39,774 12,563 1,839 34963 d 120 87.9 31.6 2.2
365 1,387 3,081 4,715 1,315 192 3,889 70 82.5 27.9 50.3 1951 1951 365 11,263 26,628 40,209 13,056 1,752 35,932 89.4 32.5 53.0
10,120 69,418 2.8 12.225 d7.5 90,768 33,607 4,542 74,782 7,097 82.4 37.0 40.2 1952 Pennsylvania ................................ 1952 10,120 556,420 4.9 118,751 3.9 750,751 262,204 36,802 632,582 52,507 84.3 34.9 43.7
10,127 67,516 13,214 88,970 32,680 4,604 74,854 4,899 84.1 36.7 42.3 1951 1951 10,127 585,391 114,292 769,116 287,195 35,:425 663,112 39,444 86.2 37.3 43.7
1,320 10,311 9.8 579 4.7 11,549 3,908 608 8,509 1,609 73.7 33.8 35.1 1952 Reading .................................... 1952 1,321 84,684 .2 >,149 LA.3- 95,8"8 33,314 5,233 75,183 10,979 78.4 34.8 38.6
1,313 9,389 553 10,483 3,711 559 8,145 1,259 77.7 35.4 38.0 1951 1951 1,313 84,553 5,163 95,293 34,560 4,897 77,067 9,358 80.9 36.3 4O.1
836 4,012 14.1 10 i.51 4.215 1,345 215 2,840 859 67.4 31.9 29.3 1952 Western Maryland ............................ 1952 836 32,693 a .0 86 d,. 34,623 11,404 1,941 24,916 6,010 72.0 32.9 32.0
837 3,515 9 3.669 1,311 202 2,722 559 74.2 35.7 32.5 1951 1951 837 33,690 87 35,354 11,975 1,821 25,2?5 5,894 71.5 33.9 31.7
5,116 30,353 d2.7 647 d2. '32,393 9,620 1,776 20,559 6,262 63.5 29.7 27.9 1952 hesapeake & Ohio ........................... 1952 ,116 248,184 1.0 6,674 d_3, 267,710 91,060 15,944 192,288 40,604 71.8 34.0 31.5
5,117 31,208 665 33,577 9,639 1,726 21,353 5,734 63.6 28.7 29.9 1951 1951 5,116 250,611 6,906 270,716 87,123 15,170 192,510 36,098 71.1 32.2 33.2
2,135 16472 d 4.6 401 d16.0 17576 5813 878 11,670 3,125 66.4 33.1 28.0 1952 Norfolk & Western ........................... 1952 2,135 135,908 d2 4,131 d... 147,283 3,312 7,844 105,175 20,517 71.4 36.2 29.6
2,135 17.266 478 18,582 4,963 912 10,998 3,011 59.2 26.7 27.7 1951 1951 2,135 139,555 4,449 150,511 50,104 7,651 102,858 21,783 68.3 33.3 29.8
j,471 9,864 5.8 1193 13.3 11958 6,313 643 11,672 567 976 52.8 37.2 1952 Atlant i Coast Line ......................... 1952 5,472 101,923 8.4 16,887 9.4 128,070 49,162 5,714 101,841 8,897 79.5 38.4 34.3
5,453 9.325 1,376 11,480 4,168 575 9,365 550 81.6 36.3 37.9 1951 1951 >,453 94,035 15,437 117,424 46,175 4,868 98,792 5,339 84.1 39.3 37.8
1,786 3,029 14.7 166 d228.6 3,453 1,145 166 2,849 365 82.5 33.2 40.4 1952 Oentral of Georgia .......................... 1952 1,786 27,299 1.3 1,997 d 18.0 32,231 10,771 1,364 27,251 2,123 84.5 33.4 42.0
1,815 2,640 232 3,112 918 149 2,633 223 84.6 29.5 45.4 1951 1951 1,815 26,952 2,436 31,751 10,919 1,280 27,838 1,120 87.7 34.4 44.4
337 3,268 11.6 182 d. 3,644 1,250 216 2,373 625 65.1 34.3 25.6 1952 Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific .......... 1952 337 29,580 1.0 1,956 1.3 33,318 11,776 1,896 22,400 4,710 67.2 35.3 26.5
336 2,929 201 3,289 ,1,95 626 2,612 80 79.4 45.5 28.0 1951 1951 336 29,294 1,931 32,784 11,623 2,181 22,228 4,301 67.8 35.5 27.0
2,766 6,929 15.5 363 d13. 7,76 2,398 311 5,072 1,01 65.3 30.9 26.8 1952 Gug Mobile & Ohio .......................... 1952 2,803 59,721 7.0 3,686 d5.6 67,786 22,618 2,776 47,471 7,809 70.0 33.4 28.7
2,898 6,OO1 420 6,948 2,462 288 5,109 720 73.5 35.4 30.0 1951 1951 2,898 55,836 3,906 64,079 22,733 2,952 47,559 6,326 74.2 35.5 30.5
6,539 21,709 10.2 1,838 d6.1 25,923 8,524 1,083 18,726 5,945 72.2 32.9 33.6 1952 Illinois Central ............................ 1952 6,539 182,377 2.6 17,041 d .6 221,471 72,152 9,644 165,591 23,632 74.8 32.6 36.1
6,539 19,704 1,958 23.658 7,931 1,157 18,029 2,130 76.2 33.5 36.5 1951 1951 6,539 177,799 17,151 214,188 73,245 10,175 167,237 20,434 78.1 34.2 37.5
4,765 17,141 11.7 938 419.9 19,551 6,898 927 14,465 2,722 74.0 35.3 33.8 1952 Louisville & Nashville ...................... 1952 4,765 144,703 .7 10,487 d 5.8 167,132 60,892 8,036 129,963 18,677 77.8 36.4 36.0
4,765 15,339 1,171 17,499 6,244 843 13,702 1,915 78.3 35.7 37.3 1951 1951 4,774 143,721 11,136 164,206 59,025 7,551 130,263 15,029 79.3 35.9 38.1
1,032 3,002 21.8 14 d1. 3,608 1,67 168 2,454 596 68.0 29.6 32.0 1952 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis .......... 1952 1,032 25,791 7.2 1,434 d 9.6 30,342 9,488 1,523 21,891 4,239 72.1 31.3 34.0
1,49 2,465 142 2,844 1,001 162 2,302 250 81.0 35.2 38.0 1951 1951 1,049 24,059 1,586 27,914 9.296 1,467 21,438 2,534 76.8 33.3 36.1
4,145 9,838 10.5 876 d12.2 11,565 3,936 795 8,551 1,630 73.9 34. 32.5 1952 Seaboard Air Line........................... 1952 4,145 100,128 7.5 12,138 7.5 121,108 39.426 6,630 86,599 16,912 71.5 32.6 32.1
4,16 8905 997 10,718 3,725 620 8,166 1,240 76.2 34.8 33.8 1951 1951 4,146 93,114 11,291 111,985 37.576 5,230 83,404 12,708 74.5 32.6 34.0
6,306 19,907 13.9 1,654 d5. 23,258 6,990 993 15,472 3,238 665 30.1 30.8 1952 Southern ................................. 1952 6,306 168,883 3.8 16,068 3.7 200,108 63,476 8,818 142,010 2,131 71.0 31.7 33.2
6,333 17,485 1,756 20,577 6,416 999 14,933 1,603 72.6 31.2 35.4 1951 1951 6,341 162,766 15,489 190,855 63,968 8,309 143,409 18,529 75.1 33.5 35.7


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


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


UNIV. OF FL LID. 1

T Statement No. M-lSO
SEPTEMBER 1952



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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 SEPTEMBER 1952 AND 1951 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER 1952 AND 1951
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Percent Percent Average Freight Passenger Percent Percent
of road Freight Passenger Net Oper- asinte- trans- Region, road, and year milesDeprei- Net Oper-ay mainte- trns-
operated Deureci- railway eating nance portation egron, road, and year rala tnpnet-ti
toper- ratio expenses expenses operated Pl aispar- ratio expenses expenses
of month Per- Per- Total mainded- luded Total atn er o per o operated Per- Per- l a e et
mu nsoe- ceu cent) a a -nt cent Total maInte- in pre- Total ting (per- o oper- of per-
Amount cent Amount cent nance : c-ding Income cent) ating ating Amountin-in- nance edi income cent) ting ting
crease crease column revenues revenuesrease rease olumn revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c)-- (d) (e) () () (h) (1) (L) (k) (1) (m) (n) (a) (a) (q) (r) (() (t) (u) (v) (w)) x) ) (z) (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) Northwestern Region: (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
7,897 $16,90 12.1 $1,764 d 1.0 $19,774 05,892 $1,095 $15,152 $2,828 76.6 29.8 40.9 1952 Chicago & North Western ......................1952 7,907 $115,772 d 2.1 $17,188 2.5 $150,223 $52,821 $9.570 $133,759 $2,423 89.0 35.2 46.7
7,892 14,359 1,781 17,825 5,841 1,122 14,854 1.344 83.3 32.8 43.9 1951 1951 7,910 118,280 16,766 149,983 52,967 9,74M 134,269 2,409 89.5 35.3 47.2
1,474 2,889 12.0 8 3,100 911 157 2,168 293 69.9 29.4 32.8 1952 Chicago Great Western ........................ 192 1,474 24,365 3.1 156 d39.5 26185 7,885 1,409 18394 2656 70.3 30.1 32.7
1,474 2,580 13 2,750 1,010 147 2,070 235 75.3 36.7 32.4 1951 1951 1,474 23,622 258 25,256 8,258 1,255 18,391 2.154 72.8 32.7 33.6
10,671 21,223 8.2 1,427 13.7 25079 7,984 1,230 18620 2, 74.2 31.8 36.6 192 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ....... 1952 10,671 163,899 2.4 14,463 d 2.0 198,803 71,420 11,307 167,092 10,280 84.0 35.9 41.2
10,671 19,619 1.654 23,539 7,297 1,260 18,124 1,922 77.0 31.0 39.9 1951 1951 10,671 160,079 14,760 --o 194,130 68,286 11.277 166,392 7,393 85.7 35.2 43.6
1,617 2653 4.0 180 d8.4 3,088 864 135 2470 180 80. 28.0 46.0 1952 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ....... 1952 1,617 21,084 .1 1,703 d 3.4 25,087 7,782 1,193 22,183 d 68 88.4 31.0 50.5
1,617 2,763 196 3,166 842 131 2,524 178 79.7 26.6 47.3 1951 1951 1,617 21,054 1,763 24,727 7,872 1,157 22,935 d 1.521 92.8 31.8 54.0
569 7,615 16.4 1 d20.0 8,896 1,365 150 3,881 2,066 43.6 15.3 26.4 1952 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ................. 1952 568 29,476 d 23.7 10 d 3 34,362 11,435 1,293 24,607 3662 71.6 33.3 3.6
567 6,542 2 7.623 1,293 126 3,526 1,254 46.2 17.0 27.3 1951 1951 565 38,619 15 44,548 11,908 1,137 27,268 5,414 61.2 26.7 32.2
8,314 26,783 27.7 1,099 d8.5 30,066 7,711 986 16,79 5,762 1 2 25.7 1952 Great Northern ............................ ..1052 8,314 163,789 3.1 10952 6.7 188,977 67,077 8,527 141 910 17,842 75.1 3
8,316 20,981 1,201 24131 6,847 907 1573 3,708 1 28.4 31.1 1951 1951 8,316 158,804 10,268 182,560 63,758 8,o64 138,525 15,214 75.9 34.9 35.3
3,223 4,414 9.8 105 d 1.2 4,732 1,628 147 3,256 508 68.8 34.4 30.2 1952 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie ..... 1952 3,224 29,465 5.7 868 7.8 32,133 12,803 1,275 26,863 1,774 83.6 39.8 38.1
3,224 4,020 107 4,328 1,266 138 2,888 774 66.7 29.2 33.2 1951 1951 3,224 27,865 805 30,189 12,099 1,219 26,020 1,770 86.2 40.1 40.3
6,881 16,001 15.0 511 d6.9 17,755 4,867 646 11,601 2,716 65.3 27.b 32.3 1952 Northern Pacific ............................. 1952 6,884 114,106 3.1 5,450 d 6.0 129,775 47,914 5,787 106,648 9,942 82.2 36.9 38.4
6,886 13,914 549 15,544 5,044 699 11,556 1,574 74.3 32.4 36.0 1951 1951 6,887 110,714 5,800 -- 125,065 45,258 6,288 102,028 9,831 81.6 36.2 38.6
1,0o6 2,649 5.2 47 .3 2,854 788 101 2,O46 439 71.7 27.6 38.3 1952 Wisconsin Central # .......................... 1952 1,046 21,098 d 1.8 424 6.7 22,872 7,328 897 18,471 1,726 80.8 32.0 41.9
1,046 2,517 47 2,699 715 93 1,986 377 73.6 26.5 41.3 1951 1951 1,050 21,487 397 23,040 7,360 810 18,591 1,638 80.7 31.9 42.3
Central Western Region:
13,072 40,937 24.0 4,438 7 0,015 15,891 2,336 34,092 5,290 68.2 31.8 30.0 1952 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ............... 1952 13,072 356,995 5.0 44,618 14.7 442,029 145,141 20,554 313,316 52,032 70.9 32.8 31.5
13,096 33,013 4,706 41,416 13,964 1,309 32,225 4,688 77.8 33.7 36.8 1951 1951 13,096 340,062 38,894 411,287 150,125 19,355 317,753 37,460 77.3 36.5 34.0
8,807 20,617 14.4 1,712 d .4 24,672 7,238 1,O46 16,879 3,O24 68.4 29.3 34.0 1952 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ................. 1952 8,810 159,492 d 2.0 15,102 5.8 194,215 61,333 9,404 142,215 19,883 73.2 31.6 35.7
8,825 18,027 1,719 21,687 7,502 1,289 16,523 1,887 76.2 34.6 36.1 1951 1951 8,823 162,781 -- 14,277 194,612 60,233 9,434 140,899 20,614 72.4 31.0 35.8
7,916 14,258 17.8 1,605 .3 17,346 5,357 768 12,583 2,138 72.5 30.9 34.7 1952 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ............... 1952 7,916 128,776 8.8 15.498 1.7 18,245 46,367 6663 115140 17,899 72.8 29.3 36.1
7,917 12,102 1,601 15,044 5,191 651 12,508 791 83.1 34.5 40.3 1951 1951 7,923 118,334 15.237 145.661 45,221 5,787 114,484 10,221 78.6 31.0 39.7
2,333 7,252 8.5 351 10.4 7,870 2,066 342 4,968 1,270 63.1 26.3 30.9 1952 Denver & Rio Grande Western .................. 1952 2,333 53,726 5.6 2,691 d 2.9 58,614 17,992 2,945 41,432 7,414 70.7 30.7 32.9
2,334 6,681 318 7,225 1,938 365 4,550 1,226 63.0 26.8 30.2 1951 1951 2,340 50,858 2,771 55,654 17,214 3,058 39,150 7,824 70.4 30.9 32.3
8,113 43,O41 18.7 3,381 d 1.3 49,853 14,673 2,016 35,415 5,939 71.0 29.4 35.9 1952 Southern Pacific Co.......................... 1952 8,119 346,790 6.8 34,455 6.7 410,346 129,770 17,800 309,033 41,881 75.3 31.6 37.4
8,130 36,262 3,427 42,177 15,857 3,835 35,147 3,710 83.3 37.6 39.4 1951 1951 8,128 324,771 32,306 378,615 122,130 17,266 293,927 30,063 77.6 32.3 38.9
9,835 43951 19.7 3,146 10.3 5.378 13,782 1554 3297 5486 65. 27.4 32.2 1952 Union Pacific ............................... 1952 9,853 313,612 .4 30,712 5.6 374,242 124,229 13,885 286,058 19,413 76.4 33.2 35.7
9,756 36,706 3,509 43,317 12,6o40 1,963 30,914 5,015 71. 29.2 35.3 1951 1951 9,725 312,245 29,090 366,791 120,617 15,359 280,140 20,761 76.4 32.9 36.1
1,193 4,958 14.4 260 12.7 5,345 1,596 186 3,488 736 6 .3 29.9 26.5 1952 Western Pacific ............................. 1952 1,193 36,235 d2.1 2,479 8.2 39,696 12,798 1,628 28,762 4,435 72.5 32.2 30.7
1.193 4,332 231 4,696 1,241 233 3,015 367 64.2 26.4 28.7 1951 1951 1,193 37,007 2,291 40,186 11,450 1,639 26,840 5,147 66.8 28.5 28.9
Southwestern Region:
1,104 2,806 8.1 166 d 14.8 3,276 1,178 136 2,525 482 77.1 36.0 35.5 1952 International-Great Northern # ............. 1952 1,104 23,859 d 1,78h d 12.7 28,154 10,907 1,192 23,541 2,398 83.6 38.7 38.8
1,104 2,596 195 3,062 1,091 126 2,550 269 83.3 35.6 41.7 1951 1951 1,104 24,008 2,045 28,392 10,703 1,101 23,679 2,151 83.4 37.7 39.7
891 3,555 16.2 119 d 4.1 4,024 903 12 2,227 697 55.4 22.4 27.4 1952 Kansas City Southern ......................... 1952 891 30,481 5.1 1,333 4.9 34,811 8,065 1,114 19,965 5,913 57.4 23.2 28.8
891 3,060 124 3,511 713 124 2,005 649 57.1 20.3 31.6 1951 1951 891 29,004 1,271 32,839 7,397 1,125 19,011 5.600 57.9 22.5 30.1
3,242 6,151 10.8 316 d 16.4 7,012 2,079 316 5,017 887 71.5 29.7 33.9 1952 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .................. 1952 3,242 54,009 11.8 3,299 d 13.2 62,562 18,036 2,837 45,157 7,217 72.2 28.8 35.2
3,242 5,553 378 6,435 1,819 289 4,769 544 74.1 28.3 37.6 1951 1951 3,242 48,295 3,802 56,851 17,220 2:536 44,485 4,343 78.2 30.3 39.1
6,950 18,249 12.4 949 d5.2 21,223 7,572 977 15,690 2,714 73.9 35.7 33.1 1952 Missouri Pacific # ....................... 1952 6,950 154,367 3.8 9,439 1.3 181,564 64,899 8,573 140,273 20,674 77.3 35.7 36.1
6,950 16,237 1,001 19,102 7,533 904 15,795 1,811 82.7 39.4 37.8 1951 1951 6,958 148,761 9:314 173,446 65,147 7,869 141,939 15,545 81.8 37.6 38.7
1,834 6,222 17.1 356 d2.7 7,142 1,916 329 4,514 1,463 63.2 26.8 29.2 1952 Texas & Pacific .............................. 1952 1,834 52,482 7.0 3,583 d 7.0 61,132 18,811 3,012 42,680 8,730 69.8 30.8 31.5
1,846 5,315 366 6,118 1,861 375 4,376 884 71.5 30.4 33.1 1951 1951 1,846 49,047 3,853 57,031 16,639 2,514 40,151 6:806 70.4 29.2 33.5
4.601 9,835 10.0 521 d 171 11,257 3,440 592 7,988 1,740 71.0 30.6 33.5 1952 St. Louis-San Francisco .................... 1952 4,601 80,376 2.0 5,286 d 6.9 93,220 30,707 5,413 71,664 11,163 76.9 32.9 36.4
4,601 8,939 629 10,337 3,384 609 7,977 1,113 77.2 32.7 37.0 1951 1951 4,612 78,794 5,678 90,932 30,992 5,285 72,593 8,272 79.8 34.1 38.4
159 368 19.8 5 d 45,9 415 83 4 262 119 63.1 20.0 34.8 1952 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ......... ...... 1952 159 3,797 16.6 63 d 376 4,122 778 40 2,452 586 59.5 18.9 33.5
159 307 10 342 93 5 287 15 84.1 27.2 46.3 1951 1951 159 3,258 100 3,591 779 41 2,451 260 68.3 21.7 38.7
1,569 5,962 23.8 32 d 22.0 6,242 1,431 151 3,453 1,290 55.3 22.9 26.5 1952 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ................. 1952 1,569 51,316 4.9 337 d 34.6 53,820 12,478 1,332 30,647 9,201 56.9 23.2 27.8
1,569 4,814 41 5,093 1,339 150 3,400 570 66.8 26.3 34.0 1951 1951 1,569 48,923 515 51,298 12,747 1,204 32,183 6,657 62.7 24.8 31.9
4,291 11,277 18.5 621 d17.0 12,711 3,342 219 8,429 1,403 66.3 26.3 33.7 1952 Texas & New Orleans .......................... 1952 4,291 95,480 9.0 6572 109,374 32,105 1,913 78,121 9,635 71.4 29.4 35.4
4,292 9,514 749 10,991 2,119 d 1.092 7,256 173 66.0 19.3 39,8 191951951 4,300 87,630 7,439 101,514 31,808 2,319 78,610 6,043 77.4 31-3 39.2


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
A/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Banta Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
d Decrease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1952 0 200316