Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Statement ;
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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
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Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
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Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
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Issued Sept. 1927-Apr. 1942 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics; May 1942-Nov. 1956 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
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Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
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"Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
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Title from caption.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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

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Statement No. U-150
OCTOBER 1952


FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 1952 AND 1951 t' FO T O E WTOCO-12AN19.
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Operating revenues Operating expenses
of mad N r-P to aFreight Passenger Percent Percent
operated Dere ril ng nae p Derei- Net Ope.. aint- trans
ofrad Depresitein- ra-Nwatosting nanoe portation
at loe Per- P All Ationio expenses ense operated All ato in
S hoper- e o A pr oper Per- Per- o ratio expenses e
PPe T.of month Amount cent Amot cn- Total ateofper-aopeoTotal mainte- eluded Total ting (per o oer oope
n ut i cedin g ating ati Amount n- e Amount nt nanoe o r, inome cent) teiong- satinge
reasumn- crease oreae revenue revenues
(a) (b) r( (d) (e) )f) L( 3. --A r'- (n) (oI ( ) (D)( r) ) (t) (u) (V(x (w (y)I (Z )
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
20375 782,83 .3. 31 $63,978 7.2 924,040 290,009 38,580 $664,170 *112,876 71.9 31.4 34.8 1952 Total--Roads listed herein, ................... 192 203,798 $6,735,766 .8 $728,136 2.3 $8,1 ,95$2 2,69829 374,709 6,259 263 783898 76.8 33.0 37.
203,938 759,128 68,957 902,850 280,659 37,811 653,.197 119,127 72.3 31.1 35.6 1951 1951 204,006 6,680,289 711,772 8,005,37 2,687,b83 367,932 6,283,445 668,596 78.5 33.6 38.7
New England Region:
1,700 6,221 .3 968 7.2 8,081 2,627 325 6,196 632 76.7 32.5 38.8 1952 Boston & Maine............................1952 1701 5,06 d 3. 10,077 5.9 73,698 25037 3,213 60,650 3,529 82.3 34.0 2.3
1,702 6,206 903 7,846 2,444 305 6,112 570 77.9 31.1 40.7 1951 1951 1,702 56,810 9,513 73,017 2,405 3,07? 60,166 3,197 82.4 33.4 43.0
1,793 8,90 11.1 3,972 14553 4,486 630 1,33 1,184 77.9 30.8 40 192 Ne ork, ew Haven & Hartford............... 952 793 76772 42,734 6.5 134527 41653 6,293 107,9147,808 80.2 31.0 2.5
1,793 8,048 4,3160 1 .3,6156 1,265 588 i0,95a 787 80.5 31.3 4: er ............. 1.421 95172 3.2, 2.2 i,2 i iO7,91
1951 Great Lakes Region: 1951 1,794 76.915 40,117 129,777 4i,328 5,891 106,027 5,285 81.7 31.8 43.3
93 5310 18 d .2 5,65 1,680 221 3,6 1,024 64.8 298 294 192 Delaware & Hudson ........................... 192 93 44835 48,238 1,944 37122 ,820 77. 3.3 36.6




71,689 8. 16...,55037............... 12 2 0 57 23 7 34.3
793 5,289 170 5,607 1,852 189 4.014 699 71.6 33.0 33.7 1951 1951 793 46,370 1,615 49,383 16,917 1,923 38,237 5,168 77.4 34.3 37.6
962 7,067 6.7 785 d 8,699 2,382 434 6,239 1,163 71.7 27.4 39.2 1952 Delaware, Laokawanna & Western..............1952 963 61.635 3.2 8 183 2.2 77,399 22,793 4 282 60,125 834 77. 29.4 2.6
965 6,621 788 8,115 2,258 421 6,053 1,091 74.6 27.8 41.2 1951 1951. 965 59,738 8,004 73,846 22,007 4,126 59,760 6,268 80.9 29.8 5.3
2242 15209 3.7 8417,25 4,233 687 11862 2,360 68.8 2.5 38.4 1952 Erie .....................................1. 952 2,24 127,829 d 3.0 6287 3.7 146,257 42,65 6,696 112,210 14,712 76.7 29. .
2,243 14,667 116,513 4,278 640 11,611 2,238 70.3 25.9 38.0 1951 1951 22 131844 6,062 148,2692 42,320 6,418 113,468 15,352 76.3 28.5 31.
952 4,22' d 2.7 228 21.9 4829 1,740 2 4139 20 85. 36.0 44.8 1952 Grand Trunk Western ........................ 1952 952 403,214 3.9 2,209 11.3 46,070 1,6,034 1396 39,432 695 85.6 34.8 4.5
952 4,344 187 4,859 1,229 d 242 3,674 d43687 5.6 25.3 45.4 1951 1951 961 42,057 1,985 47,638 15,804 1,400 39,123 2,349 82.1 33.2 41.0
1218 6,977 3.6 306 d 7.8 7,656 2,035 305 5,006 1,368 65.4 26.6 33.6 1952 Lehlgh Valley .............................. 1952 1,219 58,787 d .8 3,217 .1 65,485 18,726 2,978 47,526 9,601 72.6 28.6 38.0
1,223 6,734 3 32 7,383 2,129 306 5,071 1,394 68.7 28.9 34.6 1951 1951 1,225 5,287 3215 65,258 120,86 3,030 9,963 8,399 76.6 3. 319.
10718 56,208 3. 9567 d 8 75,36 26188 3269 60 457 8,582 802 34.8 1952 New York Central ............................1952 10,713 77,302 d 2.9 102,298 2.9 663121 231,729 32,074 565,196 36735 85.2 3.9 43.9
10,725 54,228 050 75727 25,815 3672 60594 7,802 80. 34.1 3 1951 1951 10,725 491,399 99,444 667043 228,362 34,719 577,017 2,557 86.5 34.2 16.0
2,184 15,480 7.0 154 13.0 16,258 3,718 466 9,558 3,013 58.8 22.9 31.1 1952 New York,. Chicago & t. Louis.............1952 2,185 127,134 d .2 1,745 1.0 133,563 36,941 4,639 90 ,529 18,718 67.8 27.7 32.5
2,188 14,462 177 15,098 3,777 488 9,370 2,573 62.1 25.0 32.0 1 95 151 2,192 127,381 1,728 133,600 37,135 4,403 9124 18,883 68.4 27.8 35.0
221 4,224 3.9 73 ,529 1,709 285 3,347 1,092 73.9 37.7 29.3 1952 Pittsburgh& Lake Erie ..................... 1952 221 34,284 d 11.1 744 .2 39876 15,189 2,820 31,207 8,050 84.6 2 .2 3.4
221 4,066 75 4,339 2,179 671 3,921 480 90.4 50.1 33.5 1951 1951 221 38,557 802 41,2668 18,361 4,542 35,698 5,957 86.4 .44 35.1
2,393 11,124 12.5 412 1 3.9 12400 2,597 458 7,636 2,076 61.6 20.9 35.0 1952 Wabash ....................................1952 2,393 83,897 3.5 4,272 3 .1 95,487 25,37? ,4388 70,642 10,052 74.0 26.6 40.6
2,5 393 3 891 429 10966 2544 415 ,228 1,473 65.9 23.2 36.8 1951 1951 2,393 81,025 4 294 91,863, 25,383 3.984 69,785 7,290 76.0 27-6 41.5
6,187 35,15 .2 1,756 d 17.0 40,104 13,157 1,423 30,574 4,541 76.2 32.8 37.3 1952 Baltilore & Ohio .......................... 1952 6,187 321,065 d 2.9 20.262 4 366.194 123,067 13,959 291,245 37,02 79.5 33.6 39.4
6,188 35,456 2,115 40,125 14,126 1,390 31,782 3,970 79.2 35.2 38.1 1951 1951 6,1828 630628 21,429 37.4512 132,5175 13,60 305,008 31,324 81.7 35.4 39.9
411 3,235 d1.6 460 d 4,006 1,195 145 3,256 4 81.3 29.8 45.53 1952 Central R. R. Co. of New eey.............. 1952 ,321 28,866 d ,818 d .3 36,6697 11,171 1,483 31,4005 12.,58 77.6 30.- 49.0
412 3,286 479 4,016 1,298 153 3,3832 3.1Z 84.2 32.3 46.3 1951 1951 410 29,074 4,834 36,3791 11,283 1,507 32,077 d 1,244 88.2 31.0 51.1
207 1,782 a 2.6 4 d12.1 1,84?7 834 89 1,365 694 73.9 45. 25.2 1952 Central R. R, Cno. of Pennsylvania.......... 1952 207 16,149 2.5 1 316,723 5,904 884 11,283 6,684 67.5 35.3 28.1
.208 1,830 4 1,878 690 75 1,297 770 69.1 31.8 28.8 1951 1951 210 15,761 9 16,2221 ,621 779 211,387 6,755 70.2 34.7 31.5
4868 2,755 10.9 260 3.5 3,340 976 19 2,390 431 71.6 29.2 33-9 1952 Chicago & Eastern Ill ...................... 1952 868 23,2459 3.9 2,672 d 28,980 8,339 1,434 21,808 3,536 75.3 28.8 36.5
886 2,485 251 3,168 870 138 2,244 435 70.8 27.5 34.5 1951 1951 886 22,380 2,840 27,850 7,849 1,297 20,968 3,140 75.3 28.2 3.
236 1,315 5.2- 5,369 1,011 126 2,926 751 54.5 18.8 31.8 1952 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................... 1952 236 31,355 1.6 39,393 9,918 1,239 26,241 2,912 66.6 25.2 36.7
238 4,100 5,032 1,294 117 3,169 d. 4 63.0 29.7 33.2 1951 1951 238 36,706 45,853 10,928 1,136 29,019 3.291 63.3 23.8 35.4
365 1i,341 d 3,090 d 8.1 4,673 1,470 206 3,875 27 82.9 31.5 347 1952 Long sland#..................... ......... 1952 365 11,429 d 10.1 30,666 3.1 1.44447 14033 2,04 38,632 114 .3 87.0 31.6 352.
365 1453 3,1259 ,834 1,271 192 3,700 639 76.5 26.3 36.6 1951 1951 365 12,717 29,753 450 1 43, 1,327 1,94 39,32 d 1.607 88.7 31.8 35.3
10,120 72,738 d .2 11.827 d 8.6 94,761 36,372 4,642 79,781 6,630 8 .2 38.4 40.? 1952 Pennsylvania ..............................1952 0,120 629,159 d 4.4 130,578 2.6 85,512 298,576 1,444 712,363 9,141 84.3 35.3 4
10,127 72,910 12.934 94,624 32,979 4:,704 76.956 8,635 81.3 34.9 41.9 1951 1951 10,127 658.301 127,226 8637,0174 320,175 40,133 740,069 40 16 85.7 37.1 43.5
1,320 11,01 2 3.4 579 d 1.0 12,34 3,963 608 8,883 1,732 72.0 32.1 35.1 1952 Reading... ................................ 1952 1321 95696 .5 5 729 108,188 3277 5,84 84,065 12,731 77.7 34.5 8.2
1313 10,650 585 11.8690 4393 563 9,321 1,317 78.5 37.0 37.2 1951 1951 1,313 95,203 5,749 107 162, 38,94 5,459 86,389 10,675 80.6 36.4 39.8
836 3,886 d 2.4 10 14.0 40,95 1,238 214 2,731 80 66.7' 30.2 29.8 1952 Western Maryland ......................... 1952 836 36.579 2. 96 .9 38,718 12,642 2,155 27.646 6 900 71.4 32.7 31.8
837 3,983 9 4,187 1.336 210 2,84o0 769 67.8 31.9 30.0 1951 1951 837 37.673 95 39,541 13,310 2,031 28,115 6:,664 71.1 33.7 31.5
5,116 24,913 d2U.9 651 d 8.0 26,939 9,589 1,774 20,403 3,983 75.7 35.6 32.9 1952 PChesaheake & Ohio .......................... 195245,116 273,096 d3.7 gd?,.8 294,648 100,8 49 17,718 212,691 44,588 72.2 34.2 31.6
5,117 33,178 708 35,773 10,893 1,740 23,403 5,620 65.:4 30.5 30.0 1951 1951 5,116 283,789 7,614 306,489 98,016 16,909 215,912 41718 70.:4 32.0 32.8
2,135 13,753 d 25.7 374 d10.8 14,816 5,396 879 11,111 1,925 75.0 36. 32.1 1952 Norfolk & We stern ......................... 1952 2, 135 149,661 .3 40 d 162,098 58,708 8,723 1.16,286 22,442 71. 36.2 29.8
2,13 5 18.,514 20 19,816 5,842 932 12,213 3,071 61.6 29.5 2 7.7 1951 1951 2,135 158,069 4 ,6 170,327 55,946 8,583 115,071 24,854 67.6 32.8 29.6
8outhernRegion:
5.471 10,579 .2 1,156 d 8.2 12.725 6,639 639 12248 705 96.3 52.2 36.5 1952 Atlantio Coast Line ........................ 1952 5,472 112,902 7.6 18,043 8.1 140,795 55,802 6, 953 114,089 9,602 81.0 39.6 3.5
5,453 10,558 1,259 12,693 4:605 591 10,094 849 79.5 36.3 36.0 1951 1951 5,453 104,594 16,696 130,117 50,780 5, 59 108,886 6,188 83.7 39.0 37.6
1,786 3,283 4.1 148 d 16.9 3771 1,211 163 2,96 537 786 32.1 37.7 1952 Central Of Georgia ......................... 1952 1,786 30,582 1.6 2145 1. 36,002 11,982 1,527 30,214 2 ,660 83.9 33.3 41.5
1,815 3,152 178 3,6228 1,113 147 2,9N 401 81.3 30.7 42.0 1951 1951 1,815 30,1l4 2,613 35,374 12,032 1,28 30,783 1,9521 87.0 34 ,0 3.
337 3,324 .9 1265d317. 3,673 1,332 21 2.479 52 67.5 36.3 26.2 1952 tinn,, New Orleans & Texas Pacific.......... 1952 337 32,904 1.0 2,082 d .1 36991 313,109 2,112 24,880 5,236 67.3 35.4 26.5
336 3,294 153 3,908 1,242 223, 2,403 5 61.5 *. 31.8 25.0 1951 1951 336 32,587 2,085 36,693 12,865 2,404 24,630 4,824 67.1 35.1 26.8
2.766 7,872 7.5 375 d12.3 8,802 2,687 309 5,744 1,191 65.3 :30.5 26.8 1952 OulfMobiles& Ohio.........................1952 2.799 67,593 7.0 4,062 d i. 76,589 25,305 3,085 53,215 9,000 69.5 33.0 28.
2,898 7.320 428 8,273 2,643 285 5,530 1,064 66.8 32.0 26.7 1951 1951 2,898 63,156 4,333 72.351 25,377 3,237 53,088 7,390 73.4 35.1 30.1
6,539 24.,745 8.0 1,805 d 13.0 29,490 8,935 1,081 20,072 1,337 68.1 30.3 32.6 1952 Illinois Central ........................... 1952 6,539 207,122 3.2 18,846 c 2.0 250,9611 81,087 10,725 185,663 24,970i 7.0 32.3 35.7
6,539 22,912 2,073 27,365 8,9546 1,0613 19,429 3,096 71.0 31.2 34.2 1951 1951 6,539 200,711 19,224 21.553 81,791 11,236 186.666, 23,530 77.3 33.9 37.1
4,738 18,054O 6 4.5 919 d.8 20,310 6,973 938 14,737 3,130 ?2.6 34.3 33.3 1952 Louisville & Nashvillle............... ....1952 4,762 162,757 .1 11,406 d 5. 187.442 67.865 8,974 144,700 21,808 77.2 36.2 35.7
4,765 18,909 976 21,514 6,945 851 14,925 3,193 69.4 32.3 32.3 1951 1951 4,773 162,630 12,112 185,720 65,970 8,401 145,187 18,222 78.2 35.5 37.4
1.032 3,111 d3 1.1 127 d 4.0 3,749 :1,080 168 2,513 642 67.0 28.8 31.3 1952 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis.......... 1952 1,032 28,902 6.2 1,560 d 9.2 34,091 10,568 1,690 24,40o 4,881 71.6 31.0 33.7
1,032 3,145 132 3,675 1,144 163 2,539 425 69.1 31.1 31.7 1951 1951 1,047 27,204 1.718 31,589 10,441 1,630 23,978 2,959 75.9 33.1 35.6
4145 lO1,647 6.3 828 d 8.1 12,406 4,451 811 9,343 1,641 75.3 335.9 32.2 1952 Seaboard.Air Line ..........................19 2 4,145 110,774 7.4 12,966 6.3 133,515 43,877 7,441 95.942 18,553 71.9 32.9 32.1
4,146 10.015 901 11,804 4,114 612 9,018 ..287 76.0 34.9 34.3 1951 1951 4,146 103,128 12,192 123,789 41,690 5,842 92,423 13,995 74.7 33.7 34.0
6,306 20,931 7.9 1,348 d 4.9 24,043 7,216 993 16,153 3,301 67.2 30.0 31. 4 1952 Southern....................................1952 6,306 189,814 h.2 17,416 3.0 224,151 70,692 9,811 158,163 27,432 70.6 31.5 33,0
6,305 19,391 1,417 24,451 7,983 1,035 16,992 2,896 69.5 32.6 31.5 1951 1951 6,338 182,157 16,906 215,306 71.951 9,344 16o,4ol 21,425 74.5 33.4 35.2


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


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









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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 OCTOBEH 1952 AND 1951 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER 1952 AND 1951

MilesOperating revenue. Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Percent- Percent Average Freight -. Pasenger Percent Percent
operated Depreol- Net Oper- malnte- trans- miles Freight Passenger Percent
at close ation in- railway ating nance portation Region, road, and year of road Deprecl- Net Oper- mainte- trans-
of month Per- Per-. All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses operated action in- railway ating nance portatlon
Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- Per- Per- All eluded oTer- ratio expenses expense
in- in- nance ceding income cent) atin Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- in pre- Total atlng (per- of oper- of oper-
orease crease column revenues revenues in- Anin- nance ceding income cent) atlng atlng
crease crease column c revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (() (h) (1) (1 ) (k) (1) (m) -(n) (o)( (o) (q) (r) () (r) (u) (ev) ()x ) v (sI r na)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* Northwestern Region: (Money items In thousands of dollars)*
7,897 $17,065 9.7 1,687 d 1.3 20,814 $5,732 $1,092 15,387 $3.378 73.9 27.5 40.4 1952 Chicago & North Western ......................1952 7,906 132,837 d .8 18,876 2.2 171,037 58,553 1661 149,146 5,801 872 32
7,913 15,561 1,710 19,134 5,736 883 15,265 2,359 79.8 30.0 43.5 1951 1951 7.910 133,841 18,4763 169,118 58.703 10,628 149,535 4,768 88.4 34.7 46.8
1,474 3,275 15.2 8 d32.7 3,502 1,O51 158 2,405 389 68.7 30.0 31.4 1952 Chicago Great Western........................1952 1,474 27641 4.4 1639.2 29,686 8,935 1566 2099 3,045 70.1 301 32.6
1,474 2,843 12 3,063 913 149 2,079 339 67.9 29.8 31.7 1951 1951 1,474 26,465 270 28,319 9,170 1,403 20,470 2,493 72.3 32.4 33.4
10,668 21805 1,289 d 12.3 25,712 8630 1235 19,740 2365 6.8 33.6 37.4 1952 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacfo ....... 1952 10671 18570 1.8 15,752 d 2. 22,515 80,050 12,5 42 186,832 12,645 83.2 3.8
10,671 22,286 1,470 26,227 7,125 1,266 18,344 3,348 69.9 27.2 37.1 1951 1951 10,671 182,365 16,230 220,358 75,411 12,544 184,736 10,741 83.8 34.2
1,617 2,834 5.7 173 d 3,280 946 134 2,616 274 79.8 28.9 44.9 1952 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha.......1952 1,617 23,918 .8 1,876 1d3. 28,367 8.728 1,327 24799 3 87.4 30.8 49.8
1,617 2,680 173 3,101 910 127 2,617 132 84.4 29.3 48.5 1951 1951 1,617 23,734 1,997 27,828 8,782 1,284 25,552 da.- 91.8 31.6 53.3
569 6,376 6.9 1 d 4 7,463 1,379 151 4,134 1,37 55:4 18.5 34.1 1952 Duluth, Mlssahe & Iron Range .................1952 568 35,851 d 19,10 d37. 41,825 1,814 1,445 28,741 5,035 68.7 30.6 34.5
567 5,962 6,918 1,3 3,641 52.6 19.4 .312 1951 .....1951 56 ......58117...51,466 13,252 1,265 30,909 5430 6.1 25. 32.0
8,314 25,619 8.9 955 d21.0 28,777 7,722 984 17,061 4,848 59.3 268 28.2 1952 Great Northern...............................1952 8,314 189,408 3.9 ,907 3.8 217,754 74,799 9,511 158,971 22,690 .0 34.433.1
8,316 23,524 1.209 26,631 7,188 900 16,191 4,625 60.8 27.0 29.3 1951 1951 8,316 182,329 1,476 209.191 70,946 8,963 154,717 19,838 74.0 33.9
3,223 3,786 d 15. 79 27.3 4,104 1,527 149 3,165 474 77.1 37.2 35.0 1952 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie ..... 1952 3,224 33,251 2.8 947 9.2 36,237 14,329 1,423 30,028 2,248 82.9 39.5 37.8
3.224 4,478 62 4,751 1,389 138 3,128 667 65.8 29.2 32.2 1951 1951 3,224 32,343 867 34,940 13,487 1,357 29,148 2,436 83.4 38.6 39.2
6881 16,027 445 13.3 17,798 5,43? 645 12,389 2;703 69.6 30.6 33.4 1952 Northern Pacific ............................. 1952 6,883 130,133 2.7 5,895 d6.6 147,573 53,350 6,432 119,37 12,645 80.7 362 37.8
6,886 16,20 519 17,6 5,543 77 12,416 2,472 70.4 31.4 33.5 1951 1951 6,87 126,733 6,313 142,705 50,802 7065 114, 443 12,303 80.2 35.6 38.0
1,046 2,862 1-.7 33 d24.9 3,103 676 101 1,993 641 64.2 21.8 36.7 1952 Wisconsin Central# .............................1952 1,046 23,961 ., 3.6 25,975 8,003 998 20,464 2,368 78.8 30.8 41.3
1,046 2,562 43 2,767 858 95 2,127 259 76.9 31.0 39.4 1951 1951 1,049 24,049 25,807 8,218 905 20,719 1,897 80.3 31.8
Central Western Region:
13,072 47,165 6.5 3,996 d 55,800 17.263 2,353 36,630 6,156 65.6 30.9 28.8 1952 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fea/............... 1952 13,072 404,160 5.2 48,614 13.3 497,829 162,404 22,906 349, 94758 70 32.6 .
13,096 4,290 4,010 52,545 17.040 2,326 36,698 19,503 69.8 32.4 31.2 1951 1951 13,096 384,352 42,904 463,832 167,165 21,681 354,451 56,963 76.4 36.0
8,866 23,228 12.5 1,540 2.9 27,162 7,854 1,o63 18,157 3,574 66.8 28.9 33.2 1952 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy.................1952 8,815 182,719 d .4 16,642 5.5 221,377 69,187 O,467 160,372 23,457 7 2.4 31.3 35.
8,825 20,648 1,497 24,252 7,554 1,053 16,843 2,937 69.5 31.1 33.1 1951 1951 8,823 183,430 15,775 218,864 67,787 10,487 157,743 23,551 72.1 31.0 35.5
7,916 16,186 10.2 1,452 d 4,9 19,229 5,849 772 13,486 2,590 70.1 30.4 33.1 1952 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific................1952 7,916 144,962 9.0 16,950 1.1 177,474 52,216 7,434 128,626 2o,489 72.5 29.4 35.8
7,917 14,688 1,526 17,801 5,234 651 12,741 2,077 71.6 29.4 35.4 1951 1951 7,922 133.022 16,763 163,462 50,455 6,438 127,226 12,298 77.8 30.9 39.2
2,333 7,639 4.5 266 d 6. 8,182 2,081 342 4,932 1,485 60.3 25.4 28.9 1952 Denver & Rio Grande Western.....;............. 1952 2,333 61,365 5.5 2,957 d ;66,796 20,073 3,287 46,364 8,898 69.4 30.1 32.4
2,334 7,307 284 7,828 1,718 328 4,587 : 1,410 58.6 21.9 30.8 1951 1951 2,39 58,165 3,055 63,482 18,932 3.386 43,737 9,235 68.9 29.8 32.1
8,113 46,114 11.2 3,036 d 52,940 15,218 2,021 36,885 6,873 69.7 28.7 35.4 1952 Southern Pacific Co..........................1952 8,119 392,903 7.3 37,492 5.0 463,286 144,989 19,821 345,918 48,755 74. 31.3 37.2
8,136 41,463 3,413 47,450 14,515 1,896 34,863 5,179 73.5 30,6 36.9 1951 1951 8,129 366,234 35,718 426,066 136,645 19,162 328,789 35,241 77.2 32.1 38.7
9,834 46,249 8.9 2,693 d19.5 52,408 14,577 1,564 34,965 5,729 66.7 27.8 33.1 1952 Union Pacific ............................... 1952 9,851 359,861 1.5 33,45 3.0 426,650 138,806 15,450 321,023 25,142 75.2 32.5 35.4
9,756 42,454 3,345 49,147 13,309 1,533 32,860 5,715 66.9 27.1 33.7 1951 1951 9,728 354,698 32,435 415,938 133,926 16,893 313,000 26,476 75.3 32.2 35.8
1,193 5,705 O.6 28 d 7.6 6,o71 1,673 189 3,508 1,027 57.8 27.6 2.2 1952 Western Pacifi ..............................1952 1.193 41,940 d 5 2,717 6.6 45 767 14,471 1,816 32,270 5,463 70.5 31.6 .7
1.193 5,160 258 5,538 1,370 189 3,189 938 57,6 2 .7 24.9 1951S h 1951 1,193 42,167 2,549 45,724 12,820 1,827 30,029 6,084 65,7 28.0 8
1,104 3,037 4.0 160 o .d_4.6 3,483 1,223 137 2.593 438 74.4 35.1 33.8 1952 International-Great Northern # ................1952 1,104 26,896.d 1,944 d 31,637 12.130 1,328 26,134 2,836 82.6 38.3
1,104 2,921 168 3,396 1,186 126 2,645 413 77.9 34.9 37.3 1951 1951 1,104 26,929 2,213 31,787 11,889 1,227 26,324 2,564 82.8 37.4 39.5
891 4,024 24.3 122 d47.9 4,513 883 125 2,282 787 50.6 19.6 26.2 1952 Kansas City Southern ......................... 1952 891 34,505 7.0 1,455 3.7 39,324 8,948 1,239 22,247 6,700 56.6 22.8 28.5
891 3,237 133 3,670 812 123 2,088 562 56,9 22.1 29.3 1951 1951 891 32,242 1,404 36,509 8,208 1,248 21,099 6,162 57.8 22.5 30.0
3,242 6,877 8.2 331 d 23. 7,864 2,316 316 5,450 1,141 69.3 29.5 32.2 1952 Miseouri-Kansas-Texas Lines................... 1952 3,242 60,886 11.4 ,630 d_4.1426 20 353 3,153 5,607 8,38 71.9 28.9_.
3,242 6,354 433 7,345 1,952 292 5,065 .854 69.o 26.6 34.5 1951 1951 3,242 54,650 ,236 64,196 19,173 2,829 49,550 5,197 77.2 29.9 38.6
6,950 20.633 5.1 951 d .2 23,795 8,214 969 17,432 2,977 73.3 34.5 33.9 1952 Missouri Paclfio#..............................1952 6,950 175,000 3.9 10,390 1.2 205,359 73,113 9,542 157,705 23,651 76.8 35,6 35.8
6,950 19,632 953 22,670 8,003 907 17,196 3,353 75.9 35.3 35.6 1951 1951 6,957 168,393 10,266 196,116 73,150 8.777 159,135 18,899 81.1 37.3 38.4
1,834 6,524 10.7 343 d 7.2 7,519 1,979 327 4,734 1,509 63.0 26.3 29.6 1952 Texas & Pacific .............................. 1952 1.834 59,006 7.4 3,926 d 7.0 68,651 20,789 3,339 47,414 10,240 69.1 30.3 31.3
1,846 5,896 370 7,001 2,027 318 4,709 1,027 67.3 29.0 31.0 1951 1951 1,846 54,942 4,223 64,033 18,666 2,832 44,860 7,833 70.1 29.2 33.2
4,601 11,169 11.6 510 d10.8 12,642 3,543 591 8,493 2,087 67.2 28.0 32.2 1952 St. Louis-San Francisco........... ; ...........i1952 4,601 91,545 3.1 5,796 d 7.3 105,862 34,250 6,004 80,156 13,251 75.7 32.4 35.9
4,601 10,011 572 11,4O1 3,627 608 8,330 1,350 73.1 31,8 33.9 1951 1951 4,611 88,805 6,249 102,333 34,619 5,892 80,923 9,622 79.1 33.8 37.9
159 437 13.0 4 d 65.6 477 82 4 279 56 58,4 17.3 34.0 1952 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas............... 1952 159 4,235 16.2 67 d40.8 4,599 861 44 2,731 642 59.4 18.7 33,6
159 387 13 434 96 5 276 32 63,7 22.0 34.4 1951 1951 159 3,645 113 4,024 874 46 2,727 291 67.8 21.7 38.3
1;569 6,92? 9.3 27 dA22.0 7,226 1,356 151 3,492 1,423 48.3 18.8 24.2 1952 St. Louis Southwestern Lines.................. 1952 1,569 58,244 5.4 364 d33, 61,046 13,834 1,483 34,139 10,624 55.9 22.? 27.4
1,569 6,338 35 6,610 1,504 145 3,659 734 55.4 22.8 27.2 1951 1951 1,569 55,261 550 57,908 14,251 1,348 35,842 7,391 61.9 24.6 31.4
4,291 12,144 7.2 589 d 18.7 13,670 3,678 212 '8,979 1,501 65.7 26.9 32.8 1952 Texas & New Orleans...........................1952 4,291 107,624 8.8 7,161 123,044 35,783 2,125 87,099 11,136 70.8 29.1 35.1
4,292 11,329 725 12,834 3,613 213 8,854 1,260 69.0 28.2 35.2 1951 1951 4,299 98,959 8,164 114,348 35,421 2.533 87,464 7,303 76.5 31.0 38.7


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


# Report of trustee or trustees. .
n/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, 0olorado & Santa t1; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Decrease or deficit. U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE :1952 0 200316




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