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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 )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
lccn - sn 88029200
ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00145
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Statement No. M-.150
NOVEMBER 1952


FOR THE MOST 1952 AND 195,1 ;FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER 1952 AND 1951
Olg neOperating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
ilfrod Freight Passenger Percent Percent Avnerge Freight Passenger Percent Percent
operatedi Depreoi- Net Oper- mainte- trans- Region, road, and years Net Oper- alnts- tra-
of monthcent cent Total nte- n p- Total Total e- Total ofating pe of oper- of o
Amount n. Amount in- nae s eding income cent) sting eating Amount i-Amount ianes in pr- inoe cent) ting
amaze amaze .l1 n revenues revenues in-tir-nge s

(a) (b) (c) (d) *) (f) (1) (h) (1) (0) (W (1) (a) (n) ,(a) (y) (a) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (W) I (W () z)
(Money Items in thousands of dollars) (Money items In thousands of dollars)a
203,638 8714,680 3.6 $62,948 d $87,688 $262,34 $38,706 $620,167 $101,282 73.2 30.9 36.2 1952 Total-Roads listed herein .................... 1952 20784 $7,450,451 1.1 $791,085 1.2 $9002,43 2957181 $413,421 $6879431526 76.4 32.8
203,9 689,7176,56483,:62628,07 .4 319511951 20005 7,370,002 781,331 8,848,970 2,950,588 406,093 6,911,459 760,389 78.1 33.3 38.6
1,683 5,773 2.1 8 1.7 7,20 2,278 324 5,791 485 78.0 30.7 41.9 1952 Boston & Maine ............................1952 1,700 60839 d22.6 10 932 5.6 81,118 27315 3537 66441 014 81 33.72.
1,?O1 5,657 al1 7:195 2,251 304 5,901 409 82.0 31.3 44.5 1951 1951 1,701 62,467 10,35 80,212 26,657 3.381 66,067 3,606 82:. 33.2
1,792 8.336 5.9 4,054 d 13,86 3,936 631 10, 44 1,510 75.0 28.4 40.6 1952 New York, New Raven & Hartford .............1952 1,79 8108 .4 46 ,788 5.6 14891 45,589 6.923 118 18 9318 79.7 30.7 2.3
1,793 7,8714,200 13660 393595 110 762 28.8 0.2 1951 Great Lakes Region: 1951 1,7N 8,786 44,317 143:,37 45,262 6,487 116,432 6,392 81.2 31.6 43.
9799 :;12 d 287, 120 1 122 3,3 : 01 712 289 35.8 1952 Delaware & Hudson .......................... 31952 7H7 2 7 1,886 7.2




2 13.7 2 16.0 1 1 3252625 17282 29168 65 65 ............. 16.61.7
21,1 3 13 77 7; 9 : **8----.--9- 3 7 15,59 3. 9
958 6,332 5. 786 1 7,871 2,10 3 5,73 1,60 72.9 26.7 3.8 1952 Delaware, Lakawann.......... & Western................. 1952 962 67,967 3.4 8,969 1.9 85,270 2896 4715 65,859 9, 94 77.2 29.2 2.
965 5,989 798 7,437 2,180 422 5,942 821 79.9 29.3 74.3 1951 1951 965 65,727 8,802 81.283 24,187 1.549 65,702 7,089 80.8 29.8 05.2



12,2712 13,449 31 9 585 15,1 6 3,826 6 105894 1;5,910 972.1 2 4 0.3 1952 Eri ....... ............................. 91952 2,24 2 1 3 1,27.9 33 68.6872 3. 1 31,32 4,2 7 ,38 2,4 1 2 3.7


1,218 5,991 7 d1. 4 6618 1,821 316 36,595 11 69.4 27.5 36.2 1952 15 Lehi P gh & Valley .. ............ .............1952 1,219 84,778 2 3527 2 72,103 20,4 3,293 52,121 O1.2 72.3 28.5 37.9
1.223 6,216 371 6,945 1,924 305 4,787 1,169 68.9 27.7 35.6 1951 1951 1, 25 265,523,857,03 22,610 3,35 ,3,750 9,568 75.8 31.0 39.0



210,718 9,931 0 9,9 68,119 22,288 3,29 5570,2 1 5,899 81.1 2. 492.1 1952 ew abhk Oen.ta... .............................. 1952 10,393 527,233 965 4. 11,791 1.5 71,2 2 7 35,368 620,427 8 2,63 8.8 31.7 3.7
,725 508,171 105,687 79 236 2709 3,691 57,973 6,599 80.6 31.6 ..1 1951 tra1951 0725 51e510 i ** i02 738,9 9 251,765 38,410 63, 9 31,156 8 75.9 327.0 5.7
26 8 ,184 4 172 7.6 137 20.0 1 ,84c. 3,781 67 9,660 2,171 65.1 25.5 34.8 1952 New Ycrk, Ohingo A St. Louis................... 1952 2,185 1 1,306 5 1,882 4 4 1,722 5,3106 100188 20,889 67. 5 27.5 3.5
2,188 13,174 179 13,953 3,857 1 53 9,379 2,098 67.2 27.6 39.5 1951 1951 2,192 10,552 1,907 1497,553 4,993 4,857 15803 20,14.9 68.3 27.8 355.





22 1 3,972 1 0.7 6 6. ,6 1, 6 90 89 13,265 1098 73.1 36.0 30.3 1952 Pntral R. R. Co. of Penylan...... a .......... 1952 221 8,256 2.1 820 d 17.0 18, 16,799 973,113 12,7 9,148 8.5 30.6 3.8
22 1 3,588 89 3,82 1, 622 9 9 5 671 3,651 338 95.0 51.9 35.6 1951 1951 221 0 2,17785 891 5,108 356; 5,213 139,309 6,295 87.1 45.1 35.1




868 29,068 1 13.9 255 9.0 3,133 1,05 19 2458 026 1281 8.5 34.3 3.9 1952 hiago Eastern ..................... 1952 868 25826 4.8 2927 a 6.2 32,11 9,410 1,584 2,266 311,33367 75.6 29.3 36.4
886 2,266 281 2,957 1,022 137 2,354 329 79.6 34.5 35.7 1951 1951 886 24.646 3:121 30:807 8,870 1:435 23:323 3:469 75:7 28:8 37:4
2,38 8,187 4588 1, 1 2,81 9 304 62.1 25.5 355 .......................19511951 238 424 50:441 11:970 1:254 31:868 3:595 632 23:7
Central Eastern Regi on:








6,187 15,927 8. 1,705 88 8 ,20 13,05 6 30,195 5,8 5.0 9 31.8 3. 1952 Balong timore land Ohio .............................. 1952 6, 1235648992 21,967 33.50 2.9 4864 136,112 15,30 321,486 1285073 79.1 33.5 39.2
36,188 1,331230 2,1862 37, 13,829 75 30,980 3,015 82. 36.8 39.6 1951 1951 365 14,047858 23,560 412,79 54,36 1 5,02:15 435,988 3,39 87.5 35.5 39.9
1 ,20 2 L. 58 o 12 3,6401 31,074151 14,488 7 3.0761 8,569 33. 6 40.6 1952 Pentnal . o. o ers......... ............19.... 1952 1,120 31,700951. 528 a 214215632 91432650 1,6927 38,740 6 8. 85.5 30.6 48.8
12 266,071 13982 20 3.688 1,187 155 3,20 6 ,95 86.9 32.2 48. 1951 1951 10,127 3372056 5,285 91,063 12,170 1,662 381,283 88.1 3.1 504.6
3207 10,8701 4 6 .50 1,756 6. 0 89 1,187 798 67.6 9 9.3 224. 1952 Oentral d n o... of Pes .... a...i .......... 1952 237 1706,4 2.1 29 31 18,1479 61,94 973 12,2470 7,1 9 67.5 .347 27.8




320 1,717 4 1,762 63 2 78 1,194 739 67.44 8 7 6 .3 3 2.8 1951 1951 13 17,478 62 17,9184 64,3 856 16 ,582 7,41 70.0 34.7 301.
868 2,581 13.9 255 4... 3,133 1,75 149 2 58 931 78.5 32.3 3.9 1952 hlo A Eastern Illo ...................... 1952 868 25,8026 .8 2,927 4. 32,113 9,10 30 244,266 3,867 75.66 29.3 326.
886 2,266 281 2,957 1,22 2137 2,354 329 79.6 3.5 350.7 1951 1951 886 24,564 3,121 30,807 8,870 1,35 23,323 3,69 75.7 28.8 37.4





236 293,870 1.0 11.9 31,72 8,707 126 219,748 6,839 60.0 21.1 35.2 1952 Elin, oe & Ohio stern......... ............. 1952 236 302,833 6 3. 4 326380 10,917 1,36 2329,05 3,4278 7165.9 2.7 36.6
5238117 30,718 74 32,588 1,120 1,745 22,136 4,810 68.4 31. 3.5 1951 1951 5116 313833 8 ,3 133829 9708 1,2854 23168 6,595 63.2 23.1 35.
365 1,119 07 2, 25 .8 21437? 1.3590 206 31,648 4 3 685.9 321.8 .27 1952 Lorng Il & Wtrn ............................. 1952 365 12.48 1. 3.5 .0 412 9.8 179,0 315,62 9,2 607 127,0 .7 2 838 70.8 31.6 51.6
365 1,331 2,862 ,11369 5 1,3829 198 3,89643 2,6 82.8 29.5 9.9 1951 1951 21365 14,047 32,615 89,7482 15,271 2,147 1263714 27 501 67.2 31.6 52.1
10,120 71,792 8.7 11578 1. 92 1 31,76 6448 11,3260 1,248 85.1 4 33.2 34.9 1952 Atlantic at Line ........................... 1952 ,471 123,451 4 7.1 19,314 6.6 937,91 329,650 6,98 25348 10,850 57 81. 35.1 33.
,453127 66,071 1 3,202 87,623 30,9712 61 0 9,240 187 6952 .7 28.4 35.3 2 1951 1951 10,1247 1530672 1 11928 951,363181 35102 ,93 6:0693 118:126 755,61 85. 36.9 3.6
1,78320 10,800 6. 1 568 24. 12, 3,494 993 601,059 6 8,6 1,7082 7.1 33.2 3.5 1952 Rentral .....eorgi.......................... 1952 1,21 13,6496 1.1 6,293 18 120 1 4496 13,270 6,250 92,979 3,2329 83.1 3.3 3.8
1,815 2,944 208 369175 59 11,373 3,783 55314 8,02665 1,3409 76. 34.3 38.6 1951 1951 1,1 5 30,78 6,28 118,535064 12,73715 61572 95,05 1,93018 80.2 3.1 39.7
836 3,810 2 3 .6 116 d 13.1 4, 1,254 21 2,96 963 657.1 30.3 32. 1952 Western Orlean Texa Pa.......................... 1952 836 36,71 4. 2,198 9 4,1220 14,832 2.27 27 243 6,1640,2 ,863 70.6 32.1 31.6
837 3,082 134 359 8 ,100 1,3267 21322 2,701 90 65.6 3.5 3.5 1951 1951 337 6 35.67032 12,218 3 3,640 14,557 2, 30816 7,63 5.271 0.6 3.4 3.
576116 729,6 5.2 66 15.1 8 31,2 8,67 1,809 19,727 89839 6 2.2 2.0 28.9 1952 heulf, obpe e Ohio ......................... 1952 5,11796 30274,83 91 6.8 4 ,9 326,380 279,4356 19,526 232,943 9 51,927 71.2 33.5 1.3
5,117 30,05 431 7932,3440 10,120 1,285 22,136 ,81053 68.1 3129.3 31.6 1951 1951 5116 313 2:898 70,092 4833 8,564 338,829 108,136 18,6523 238,08 ,528 720.3 31.9 32.
2,135 16,372 7.3 1789 4.1 27,89932 8,13892 88 18,62578 3,7196 61.9 28.2 32.9 1952 INollnolk A Westernal .......................... 1952 6,539 230,390 3.6 20634 2.2 278,86530 6389,225 11,804 204,20 25,838 7.8 32. 29.6
2,135 16,713 51865 125,780113 5,329 961 63 18,904 2,558 73 6.3 29 31.0 36.5 9 1951 1951 2 6 ,539 222,388 212 5,3089 267,333 89,777 12,298 205,570 26.0188 76.9 33.65 29.
5,471 106.952 2.2 1,2960 13.6 18,427 6,359 942 14,260 15 2,339 76.3 34.52 36.9 1952 Atlantillc e ast hLinlle ....................... 1952 54,7601 17823,5981 19,36i 6.6 5 205,18 61,508 6,998 125.358 10,850 81 39. 3.
5,4753 10,46713 1,11123 13,0 3152 6,85712 610 9,240 2,192 72.9 34. 28 34.1 1951 1951 5,47753 115,30690 18,119 205,872 725,82793 6,069:24 118,126 0,888 82.5 351 37.
1,032786 32,849 3.49 1583 13.7 3,446 965 168 2,324765 574 67.4 28.02 3.25 1952 ahlle, Chattanooga St............... Lou ......... 1952 1,7862 33.6 1,751 5.3 1 ,269302 A 9.6 39,6537 11,33 1,858 26,7 5,455 71.2 30. .




1,032 2,948 154 3,500 1,016 163 24390 429 68.8 29.0 32.6 1951 1951 1:71 308153 2.822 35090 11.57 1,7 26:367 3,388 75.16 32.1 43.
2,080 10,833 10766 7299 5.2 866 a 9.3 12643 4,209 8,63 31 1 5,20 898 69.5 33.30 28.9 1952 Saulo, obile A Ohione ....................... 1952 2,9 121,607 7.7 138 ,8 5.2 146,158 48,087 83,259 105,62 20,379 719 32.9 2.
4146 9,830 953 1 ,9 2,361 8614 85,2934 1,053 66.1 297 34.3 34.9 1951 1951 :.898 014 112,959 1312 45 ,76 135438 45,6880295 27,3 3,523 58101,338 856 15,327 74 33.5 30.0
6,539 23,268 7.3 16,789 t. 27.899 8,138 1,080 18,625 3,719 66.8 29. 32.3 1952 Illinois entr... .............................. 1952 6,5390 230,390 3.6 20,63 .9 2846,860 7789,225698 10,801 202173684 31,5928688 73.3 432. 31.5.3
,765 17,60 1.2111 20,152 6,857 846 1,69 2,192 72.9 34.0 34.1 1951 1951 ,335 2 180,090 13,223 23705,82 72,8297 9,2038 159,88107 20,3 77.7 35. 37.1


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


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


" OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-Continued.


FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 1952 AND 1951 __ Foh ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER 1952 AND 1951
il Operating revenues Operating expenses rating revenues Operating expenses
M Iles PassengePercent-PPercente
ofrad Freight Passenger Depreci- Net Oper- s.aint- trans- Ae Fight mPlaNtnger -Op erce.a ntPercent
orated atlon In- rallway eating nance portatlon Reglon, road, and year i Depreclroa ation In- railwayNet Oper-ing ante- trtan-
ofA monthAs Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses o road atlon In- railw- rating expensce p
unt cent Amount cent Total malnte- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- operate peTota- pelI.a in pre- Total ting (ro expenree eopenre
in- In- nance oedlng Income cent) ating atlng cent cen~t Total mainte- in pre- Total atlng (per- or oper- or oper-
creasein- in- nancereae cedolumn income revenues revenues Amount In- Amount in- nanoe ceding Income cent) atlng atlng
reasreasumnrevenueCrease oreae column revenues revenues
(a) (b) (a) (d) ) (f) (.1) _(h) (W) () 1 k) ,(1) 1 W (n) ()r() W (U -tv) w),,I Y) (Z
-- -- Li- -<> ---)- (a-^ 1" --- ^ -- J) I ''-^ -------- --------()Pa>_^ ^ j _(u v .)^_ __
(Money Items In thousands of dollars)* (Money item in thousands of dollars)*
Niorthwestern lpgion: MnyIeeItoineo olr)
7,897 14,070 9.3 $,689 d 6. $17568 $5,306 $1,083 $14.164 $1.697 80.6 30.2 44.1 1952 Chicago & North Western ......................1952 7,905 146,907 .1 $20,565 1.4 $188,605 $63,859 $11,744 $163,310 $7,498 86.6 3 .9 5.8
7.913 12,874 1,800 17,665 5,514 909 14,424 1,122 81.7 31.2 43.6 1951 1951 7,911 146,715 20,275 186,783 64,222 31,537 163,959 5,890 87.8 34,4 46.5
1,468 3,073 18.9 9 d 16 3,267 1,172 8 2,316 338 70.9 35.9 27.6 1952 Chicago Great Western. ........................1952 1,474 30.714 5.7 173 33 32,954 10,107 1.725 23,116 3, 83 70.1 30.7 32.1
1:474 2,58 11 29534 962 1 2,091 311 70.8 32.6 31.7 1951 1951 1474 29,049 281 31.273 10,132 553 22561 2,80 72.1 32.4 33.3
10,635 18,007 d 4. 1306 d 15. 21,735 7,173 1,233 17,544 1,612 80.7 33.0 41.0 1952 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ....... 1952 10,668 203,710 1.3 17058 d 4. 246,250 87,223 13,775 204,376 14,257 83.0 35. .8
10,671 18,783 1,54 22,721 6,758 1,282 17,356 2,O?4 76.:4 29.7 39.9 1951 1951 10,671 201148 17?75 243079 82,169 13,825 202,093 12,81 83.1 33.8 2.6
1,617 2,723 13.2 177 ? 2 3,165 828 134 2,451 321 77.4 26.2 45.3 1952 Chicago. St. Paul, Minneapolis & O. har.......1952 1,617 26,641 1.9 2,053 d 31531 9,556 1,461 27,250 .62 86.4 30 .3 9.
1,617 2,406 182 3,019 871 127 2,531 352 83.8 28.8 48.6 1951 1951 1,617 26,14o 2,118 30,847 9,653 1,411 28,083 d103 91.0 31.3 52.9
569 4,840 48.6 1 55 5,675 1,1?7 153 3,436 916 60.5 20. ? 38.8 1952 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Rang. .................1952 568 40,692 d 14 11 d 38.3 47,500 13,992 1598 32,177 5,952 67.7 29.5 3.0
567 3.258 1 3,861 1.282 145 4,221 d 225 109.3 33.2 72.6 1951 1951 566 47,839 18 55,327 14,535 1,410 35.130 5,205 63.5 26.3 3
8,325 19,524 6.0 931 .3 22.230 6,590 996 15,175 2.944 68.3 29.6 33.4 1952 Great Northern ............................... 192 8,315 20892 4.1 12,838 3.5 239.984 81,389 10,506 174,146 25.634 72.6 33.9 3.
8,316 18,411 928 20,877 6,410 914 15,019 2,521 71.9 30.7 35.7 1951 1951 8,316 200,740 12,404 230,069 77,356 9,878 169,735 22,359 73.8 33.6 3
3,223 2,855 8. 74 13.2 3,166 1,599 149 3,24 4102.4 50.5 46.1 1952 Minneapolis, St. Paul &Sault Ste. Marie.....1952 3,224 36,106 1.8 1,022 9.5 39,404 15,928 1,572 33,269 2,091 84.4 40.4 38.
3,224 3,108 66 3,735 1,399 14 2.983 41 79.9 37.5 37.3 1951 1951 3,224 35,451 933 .38,6?6 14,887 1496 32,131 2,838 83.1 38.5 39.0
6,882 12,769 5.3 539 2.1 14, 344 4 ,621 645 11,285 2,009 ?8.7 32.2 39.1 1952 Northrn Pacific.............................1952 6,883 142,902 1.9 6,434 .9 161,917 57,971 7,078 130,322 14,654 80.5 35.8 37.9
6,887 13.479 528 15,065 4.691 698 11,702 1,828 77.7 31.1 40.3 1951 1951 6,887 140,212 6,841 157,770 55,493 7,763 126,145 14.130 80.0 35.2 38.2
1,046 2438 1.8 34 d 6.5 2,641 725 101 1,971 179 74.6 27.5 41.0 1952 Wisconsin Central# ...........................1952 1,046 26,399 491 2.8 28.617 8,729 1,09 22 2,5 78.4 30.5 1.2
1.046 2,482 37 2,847 879 95 2.233 336 78.4 30.9 41.9 1951 1951 1,G49 26,53 477 28,654 9,097 1,001 2,9352 2,233 80.1 31.7 42.0
Central Western Region:
13,072 41,706 d 1.6 385 d 6.9 49931 15.943 2,419 34,899 4 491 69.9 31.9 312 1952 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe /................ 1952 13,072 445,866 4.5 52,468 11.5 547,7 60 178,347 25,326 384 ,846 62,679 7 0.3 32.6 31.2
13,096 2,367 4,1 55.766 17,466 2,379 37,092 7,590 66.5 31.3 29.7 1951 1951 13096 426.719 4?,0 4 5 19,598 184,631 24,060 391,543 64.553 75.4 35.5 33.3
8,866 20,208 5.4 1,558 3.1 23,999 6,789 1,067 16,290 2,786 67.9 28.3 34.4 1952 Chicago, Burlington & Quincoy..................1952 8,820 202,927 .2 18,200 5.3 245,376 5,976 11,535 176,662 26,243 72.0 31.0 35.3
8,825 19,164 1,511 23,078 6,864 1,062 15,790 2,895 68.4 29.7 33.3 1951 1951 8,823 202,593 17,285 241.943 74,651 11.549 173,533 26,446 71.7 30.9 35.3
7,916 14,587 4.3 1,538 d 3.0 17,707 4,983 774 12,464 2,317 70.4 28.1 34.8 1952 Chleago, Rook Island & Pacifie................ 1952 7,916 159,549 8.5 18.488 .8 195,181 57,199 8,209 141,090 22,807 72.3 29.3 35.7
7,917 13,985 1,585 17,636 4,423 663 11,975 2,237 67.9 25.1 35.9 1951 1951 7,922 147,007 18,348 181,098 54,877 7,101 139,200 14,535 76.9 30.3 38.9
2,33 7,.404 7.6 268 4.4 ?,943 1,846 341 4,532 1,513 57.0 23.2 28.2 1952 Denver & Rio Orande Wn.......................1952 2,333 68,769 5.7 3,225 4 74.739 21,920 3,628 50,896 10,412 68.1 29.3 31.9
2,33 6,880 257 7422 1,627 326 4:,306 1,350 58.0 21.9 30.3 1951 1951 2,339 65,045 3,312 70,904 20,559 3,712 48, 043 10,585 67.8 29.0 32.0
8,113 37.200 1.0 3.051 d 12 .6 42,980 13,029 2.036 32,578 4,236 75.8 30.3 39.1 1952 Southern Pasific Co...........................2952 8,118 430,203 6.? 40,543 3.4 506,266 158,017 21,857 378,496 52,991 74.8 31.2 37.3
8,136 36,842 3,491 46,918 13,940 1,902 32,699 5,796 69.7 29.7 34.3 1951 1951 8,130 403,076 39,209 472,983 150,586 21,063 361,489 41,038 76.4 31.8 38.3
9,831 38,757 1.3 2,548 d 16.9 44,551 13.436 1,571 32,786 277 73.6 30.2 36.7 1952 Union Pacific.................................1952 9,849 398,618 1.4 35,952 1.3 471,201 152,242 17,021 353,809 28,418 75.1 32.3 35.5
9,756 38,255 3,065 44,540 12,703 1,478 31.671 4,360 71.1 28.5 35.9 1951 1951 9.731 392,954 35,500 460,478 146,629 18,371 344.671 30,837 74.9 31.8 35.8
1,193 5,208 9.5 173 d19.6 5.478 1,426 189 3,081 1,001 56.2 26.0 23.1 1952 Western Pacifico.............................. 1952 1,193 47,146 .5 2,890 4.6 51,245 15,897 2,006 35,351 6.464 69.0 31.0 29.0
1,193 4,758 215 5,082 1.332 188 2,864 921 56.4 26.2 22.5 1951 SouthwesternRegion:'1951 1,193 46,925 2.764 50,806 14,152 2,016 32,893 7,005 64.7 27.9 27.8
1,104 2,746 2.6 157 ad15. 3,153 1,244 137 2,586 319 82.0 39.5 36.7 1952 International-Great Northern#.................1952 1 104 29,642 .1 2,102 d12.4 34,790 13,374 1.465 28,720 3,155 82.6 38.5 38.1
1,104 2,677 187 3,168 1,189 127 2,619 302 82.7 37.5 39.2 1951 1951 1,104 29,606 2,400 34,956 13,078 1,354 28.943 2,866 82.8 37.4 39.4
891 3,519 .6 106 d 15.5 4 ,26 903 125 2,269 659 56.3 22.4 28.5 1952 Kansas City Southern..........................1952 891 38,024 6.4 1,561 2.1 43,351 9,851 1,364 24.515 7,358 56.6 22.7
891 3,499 126 3,967 917 123 2,200 593 55.3 23.1 27.4 1951 1951 891 35,741 1,530 40 ,?76 9.126 1,371 23,299 6,755 57.6 22.5 29.7
3,242 6,482 4.1 293 d 22.2 7,377 2,339 316 5,307 1,193 71.9 31.7 32.7 1952 Miesouri-Kansas-Texas Lines................... 1952 3,242 6?,368 10.? 3,923 d 15. 77,804 22,691 3,469 55,915 9.551 71.9 29,2 34.7
3,242 6,226 377 7,213 1,869 301 4,908 885 68.1 25.9 34.2 1951 1951 3,242 60,875 4,613 71,409 21,042 3,129 54,459 6,083 76.3 29.5 38.1
6,950 18,608 3.6 914 d4.6 21,533 8,250 990 16,736 2.282 77.7 38.3 34.4 1952 Missouri Pacific # ........................... 1952 6,950 193,607 3.9 11,304 .7 226,892 81,363 10,532 174,441 25,933 76.9 35.9 35.7
6,950 17,957 957 20,965 7,445 908 16,307 2,453 77.8 35.5 37.1 1951 1951 6.956 186,350 11,223 217,081 80,595 9,685 175,442 21,352 80.8 37.1 38.2
1,834 6,356 14.6 316 d 15, 7,270 1,914 335 4,540 1 ,91 62.4 26.3 29.4 1952 Texas & Pacifico.............................. 1952 1,8 4 65,362 8.1 4,243 l. 75,921 22,703 3,674 51,954 11,730 68.4 29.9 31.1
1,846 5,545 373 6,684 1,919 323 4,554 1,066 68.1 28.7 32.1 1951 1951 1,846 60,488 4,596 70,716 20,585 33155 49,415 8,899 69.9 29.1 33.1
4,601 10,020 11.1 485 d 13.9 11,378 3,534 592 7,961 1,779 70.0 31.1 32.5 1952 St. Louis-8an Francisco....................... 1952 4,601 101,565 3.8 6,281 d 7 117.239 37,784 6,596 88,117 15,030 75.2 32.2 35.6
4,601 9,022 563 20,386 3,480 613 7.989 1,019 76.9 33.5 36.8 1951 1951 ,61o0 97,827 6,812 112,?19 38,099 6,506 88,912 10,641 78.9 33.8 37.8
159 366 d 4. 6 d 25.2 409 96 4 279 33 68.3 23. 36.2 1952 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ...............1952 159 4,600 14.3 73 d39.7500895 48 3,010 675 60.1 19.1
159 381 8 421 82 5 249 39 59.1 19.4 32.2 1951 1951 159 4,026 121 4,445 956 50 2,976 330 66.9 21.5 37.?
1,569 5,758 6.7 30 d 3.5 6,008 1,409 156 3,397 1,277 56:.5 23.5 27.3 1952 St. Louis Southwestern Lines.................. 1952 1,569 64,002 5.5 394 ad32.2 67,054 15,243 1,639 37,536 11,901 56.0 22.7 27.4
1,569 5,398 31 5,855 1,260 156 3,293 697 56:3 21.4 29.1 1951 1951 1,569 60,659 581 63,762 15,501 1,504 39,136 8,088 61.4 24.3 31.2
4,292 11,040 5.1 606 d1_6.4 12,434 3,549 213 8,637 1,193 69.5 28.5 34.1 1952 Texas & New Orleans .......................... 1952 4,291 118,664 8.4 ?,767 6 12.6 135,478 39,332 2,338 95,736 12,329 70.? 29.0 35.0
4,292 20,503 724 13,088 3,491 214 8,647 1,600 66.1 26.7 33.4 1951 1951 4,299 109,62 8,888 127,437 38,912 2,746 96,111 8.902 75,4 30.5 38.2


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
./ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
d Decrease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1953 0 200316


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