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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
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 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.
 Record Information
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: AA00015604:00146
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS DECEMBER 1952


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS L U.S. DE PO(TORY


FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 1952 AND 1951 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER 1952 AND 1951
\ Operating .... bea /Operating expene .....--------------- ------------- ------- | ---------
iles Operating rove s Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
of ro Pas n Percent p percent Average Freight Passenger p er-nPercen
opfrat. Dep rel- Net Op p int- traces Region, rtad, andnyear Net Oper- int t
orated aonn- railway ating canoe portationR r nmrailway ating nance portation
at close All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses of rosd All Depreol- oper- ratio expenses expense.
of month I r er Total minte- ic pre Total ating (per- of oper o operated Per- Per- Total mainten- action in- Total sating (per- of oper- of oper-
oIn- nan cedingntingAmouunt nt cent nanoe eluded income cent) ating sting
crease crease column revenues revenue. e n in pr-
crease crease column revenues revenues
Wa (b) (d).((e.(())'1(hl0 )(1)r))ps n(-o) (p)(Wr (a) (t) (u) (v) (w) ) () Ca) (
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items In thousands of dollars)*
203477 $? 07,866 11.3 $81,082 d 4.8 $873,413 $284981 $39,164 $667,73 $98,993 76.5 32.6 37.4 1952 Total--Roads listed herein.,...................1952 203,759 $8,158,313 1.9 $872 ,163 .7 $9,876,057 3,42,165 $452,588 $547159 $989,325 6.4 32.8 37.3
20013 636112 8513 839,801 24794 25063 630,32 98,528 75.1 29.5 39.3 1951 n1951 203,991 8,006,118 866,46: 9,688,775 3,198,535 431,157 7,541,773 859,218 77.8 33.0
1,679 6013 12.0 1,0 2.4 8,734 2,518 325 6103 1, 69.9 28.8 36.4 195 Boston & Maine ............................. 1952 1,698 66,852 1 11,96 5.3 89852 29833 3862 72,54 5063 80.7 33.2 41.7
1,701 5,368 1,007 8,208 2,218 378 5,822 1,220 70.9 27.0 38.5 1951 1951 1,702 67,836 11,361 88,420 28,875 3,760 71,889 4,826 81.3 32.7 42.7
1.792 8.422 16.9 48894 d 1.2 15,029 4,662 630 11,983 1,315 79.7 31.0 41.4 1952 Newt York, New HRaven & Hartford .............1952 1,793 93,530 1.7 51,677 4.9 163,420 50,251 7553 130,302 10,633 79.7 30.72
1,793 7:204 4,949 15,668 4,075 598 10,916 1,504 69.7 26.0 37.5 1951 ............. 1951 1,794 91,990 49,266 159,105 49,337 7,085 127,349 7,897 80.0 31.0 42.5
^ ^ 16-9 ^ ^ 4;o752 5lo \'.^ ^ ^-o*3-* ^ --- --- -----------.- so^^ ^i.^., ^ ^ ^ .
793 4663 6.5 17 4.6 5,00 1,511 234 3,528 2,284 70.4 30.2 34.2 1952 Delaware & Hudson ..........................1952 793 53600 2.9 2,056 7.0 57633 19,332 2402 4377 8,804 76.0 33.5 36.4
793 4:378 163 4,871 1,876 393 4,07 1,320 83.6 38.5 39.2 1951 1951 793 55,206 1,922 59.084 20,330 2,508 45965 73,065 77.8 34.4 37.8
962 6,123 6.5 932 .9 7,904 1,936 433 5791 1363 3.3 24.5 43.3 1952 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western .............19.52 963 74,090 3.7 9,90 1.8 93,175 26,833 5,18 7165 10 857 6.9 28.8 2.5
965 5,747 923 8,338 2,213 419 6,191 1,401 74.3 26.5 41.7 1951 1951 965 71,474 9,725 89,621 26,400 4,968 71,893 8,490 80.2 29.5 9
2,237 13,003 3.2 730 d 15,087 4,494 693 11,837 1,767 78.5 29.8 40.3 1952 Erie........................................1952 2,242 154,282 d,.. 3 7,601 2.9 176,459 50,786 8,078 134,941 18,388 76.5 28.8 48.8
2,242 12,605 741 14,735 3,883 643 10,746 2,071 72.9 26.4 39.5 1951 1951 2,244 157,913 7,387 178,857 49,905 7,700 134,969 19,763 75.5 27.9 40.7
952 4,809 8.9 217 d 23.0 5,453 1,363 141 3,849 912 70.6 25.0 40.8 1952 Grand Trunk Western........................ 1952 952 49,604 d 1.4 2,672 7.8 56,546 19,045 1,676 47,306 1,881 83.7 33.6 4.7
952 4,416 282 5,438 1,562 139 3,994 1,186 73.5 28.7 40.1 1951 1951 959 50,319 2,479 57,465 18,674 1,683 46,778 3,766 81.4 32.5 43.9
1,214 5,663 .2 403 d11.3 6,403 4,021 312 7,623 188 119.0 62.8 50.0 1952 Lehigh Valley .............................1952 1,218 70,441 d 1.0 3,930 78,507 24,567 3,607 59,744 10,930 76.1 31.3 38.9
1,220 5,653 454 6,947 2,971 301 5,925 824 85.3 42.8 36.8 1951 1951 1,225 71,156 4,060 79,150 25,381 3,637 60,675 10,392 76.7 32.1 38.8
10,78 53,991 215 12,553 7 75,686 25,387 00 61,500 7183 81.3 33.5 41.5 1952 New York Central.......................... 10,714 581,224 d .8 12,3 1.3 806926 27940 38,669 681,927 49,817 84.5 34.6 3.5
10,725 44,439 12,646 68,003 15,707 d 1 948 53,701 8,894 79.0 23.1 49.5 1951 1951 10,726 585,948 122,778 806,952 266,772 36,462 688,691 40,050 85.3 33.1 46.1
2,184 13,637 8.6 203 4.7 14,321 3,654 467 9,606 1,877 67.1 25.5 35.8 1952 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ............. 1952 2,185 154,944 1.2 2,085 d .8 162,727 44,376 5,573 109,794 22,766 67.5 27.3 34.7
2,188 12,557 194 13,153 3,684 454 9,502 1,413 72.2 28.0 38.4 1951 1951 2,191 153,111 2,101 160,706 44,677 5,311 110,305 22:394 68.6 27.8 35.3
221 ,12 15.7 93 d 123 ,502 1,231 308 278 1,379 61.9 27.3 27.5 1952 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .......... ...... 1952 221 42,388 d 7.3 913 8.4 45,84518,030 3,422 37257 10,527 81.3 39.3
221 3,52 106 3,912 d 1011 d 2137 624 3,685 16.0 34.1 1951 1951 221 45718 997 49,020 19,344 3075 39933 9,981 81.5 39.5 35
2,393 8,771 13.4 499 d I3 10,184 2,329 451 7,033 2,284 69.1 22.9 38.9 1952 Wabash .....................................1952 2,393 101,735 4.9 5,157 d 2.2 115,885 30,095 5,290 84,701 13,617 73.1 26.0 40.3
2,393 7,736 575 9,871 2,013 434 6,535 1,978 66.2 20.4 38.2 1951 1951 2,393 96,949 5,275 111,023 29,765 4,835 83,151 10,064 74.9 26.8 41.2
6,186 31288 d 1.6 2,265 d 13.4 36223 12,244 1510 30078 2,267 83.0 33.8 42.1 1952 Baltimore & Ohio0..........................1952 6,187 388,280 d1.9 24,232 d 442,677 148,356 16940 351,518 44,30 79.4 33.5 39.4
6,187 31,788 2,616 39,179 12,492 1:369 30:340 2,494 77.4 31.9 39.4 1951 1951 6,188 395,646 26,177 451,278 158,838 16,384 366,328 36,833 81.2 35.2 39.8
411 2,905 2.6 46 .4 3739 1,573 132 3,57 95.7 42.1 47.4 1952 Central R. R. Go. of New Jersey ........... 1952 411 34,675 d .65,725 d .4 44,067 13,895 1,759 38,046 3,474 86.3 31.5 48.6
412 2,831 465 4364 1,8 156 4219_ 96.7 42.5 44.3 1951 1951 411 34,887 5,750 44,432 14,325 1,818 39,501 Y 88.9 32.2 50.2
206 1,552 d 3.9 5 | d 8.7. 1,624 684 89 1,227 998 75.6 42.1 29.3 1952 Central R. R. Co. of Pennsylvania ......... 1952 207 19,402 1.6 61d 16.4 20,103 7,278 1,062 13,697 8,476 68.1 36.2 27.9
208 1,615 5 1,813 580 79 1,172 975 64.6 32.0 28.8 1951 1951 209 19,093 72 19,797 6,824 936 13,753 8,469 69.5 34.5 31.0
868 2,532 23.1 33 d12.4 3,266 1,106 149 2,454 434 75.1 33.8 31.5 1952 Chicago & Eastern Ill. .................... 1952 868 28,357 6.2 3,262 d 6.9 35,380 10,515 1,733 26,720 4,301 75.5 29.7 35.9
868 2,056 382 2,852 1,093 208 2,604 d 42 91.3 38.3 43.1 1951 1951 884 26,702 3,502 33,659 9,964 1,643 25,926 3,426 77.0 29.6 37.9
236 3,933 11.9 4,920 1,147 126 3,297 1,273 67.0 23.3 38.9 1952 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ...................1952 236 39159 49,040 12,064 1,491 32372 4,771 66.0 24.6
236 3,514 4386 1,139 119 2,958 579 67.5 26.0 36.5 1951 1951 238 43,938 54,827 13,110 1,373 34,826 4,174 63.5 23.9 35.5
365 1,935 67.8 2,970 2.3 5.143 1,779 208 4,483 d 87.2 34.6 49.1 1952 Long Island# .............................. 1952 365 14483 d 4 6,520 2.8 53,837 17,163 2,460 6,968 d 009 7.2 31.9 51.3
365 1,153 2,902 4,350 1,040 230 7,952 d 2 182.8 23.9 154.4 1951 1951 365 15,200 35,518 54,092 16,751 2,372 51,477 d 5,633 95.2 31.0 60.3
10,089 66,407 12.1 14,160 d 9.9 90,837 35,532 4,383 80,146 2,063 88.2 39.1 44.2 1952 Pennsylvanias.............................. 1952 10,117 767,359 d 2.1 156,316 .1 1,028,750 365,182 50,316 865,886 74,930 84.2 35.5 43.2
10,120 59,262 15,720 93,024 30,499 2,991 78,690 3,607 84.6 32.8 46.6 1951 1951 10,126 783,635 156,149 1,044,387 381,601 47,694 892,946 59,520 85.5 36.5 43.8
1,317 10,314 1.4 688 1.4 11,742 4,095 609 9,438 1,348 80.4 34.9 40.3 1952 Reading ................................... 1952 1,321 116,810 1.1 6,981 d .4 131,954 45,365 7,059 102,152 15,767 77.4 34.4 38.1
1,322 10,170 678 12,643 3,869 563 9,009 1,301 71.3 30.6 36.7 1951 1951 1,314 115,548 7,006 -- 131,178 46,606 6,576 104,063 13,319 79.3 35.5 39.4
831 4,157 8.1 10 d 21.8 4,437 1,332 228 3,030 834 68.3 30.0 31.3 1952 Western Maryland ..........................1952 835 44,899 d 1. 112 d 2.6 47,559 15,165 2597 33,42 8697 70.4 31.9 31.6
836 3,845 12 4,085 1,242 213 2,776 817 68.0 30.4 32.6 1951 1951 836 45,377 116 47,725 15,799 2,458 33,592 8,271 70.4 33.1 31.5
Pooahontas Region:
5,116 27,096 .4 787 d 15.4 29,302 8,805 1,795 20,775 5,556 70.9 30.0 33.0 1952 Chesapeake & Ohio.......................... 1952 5,116 329,929 d 1. 8,764 5 355,683 118,161 21,321 253,214 56,983 71.2 33.2 31.5
5,117 26,979 930 29,357 10,844 1,827 23,174 2,914 78.9 36.9 35.4 1951 1951 5,116 340,813 9,284 368,186 118,980 20,481 261:222 49,442 70.9 32.3
2,135 14,712 d 8.2 566 d 9.5 16,121 5,299 888 11,510 2,709 71.4 32.9 32.1 1952 Norfolk & Western .......................... 1952 2,135 180,745 5478 d .7 195,651 68,919 10,495 138,580 28,547 70.8 35.2 29.8
2,135 16,032 625 18,156 5,072 248 11,544 2,454 63.6 27.9 30.1 1951 1951 2,135 190:814 6:068 206,595 66,346 9,795 138,258 29,956 66.9 32.1 29.6
5,378 12,103 6.9 2,004 d 15,927 6,430 846 13,278 1,383 83.4 40.4 36.0 1952 Atulanti Coast Line ...................... 1952 5,464 135,558 7.1 21,318 5.6 169,945 67,938 7,843 138,627 12,233 81.6 40.0 34.7
5,42 11,318 2,06 16,074 4,040 668 10,111 2,149 62.9 25.1 31.1 1951 1951 5,455 126,624 20,179 159,255 58,532 6,737 128,237 10,037 80.5 36.8 36.8
1,786 3,218 12.6 192 d 20.3 3,855 1,132 170 2,881 602 74.7 29,4 36.5 1952 Central of Georgia ........................ 1952 1,786 36,860 2.7 2,494 d 18.6 43,350 14,171 1,862 35,860 3,834 82.7 32.7 40.9
1,798 2,857 241 3,714 1,283 147 3,186 256 85.8 34.5 42.3 1951 1951 1,801 35,905 3,062 42,778 14:598 1,719 36,989 2,186 86.5 34.1 43.5
337 4,012 26.9 205 .7 4,468 759 212 2,047 801 45.8 17.0 2.5 1952 Oinn., New Orleans & Texas Paolfic ........ 1952 337 40,726 4.9 2,402 d .8 45,598 15,122 2,539 29,290 6,964 64.2 33.2 25.8
337 3,163 203 3,820 773 d 292 1,924 1,248 50.4 20.2 24.8 1951 1951 337 38,833 2,421 43:959 14,964 2,334 28:988 6,520O 65.9 34.0 26.6
2,766 6,891 2.0 477 14.4 8,026 2,988 314 6,108 737 76.1 37.2 29.6 1952 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ........................ 1952 2,794 81,782 6.4 4,905 d 7Z.8 92,856 30,931 3,718 65,051 10,635 70.1 33.3 28.6
2,877 6,753 557 8,389 2,650 510 5,456 1,000 65.0 31.6 25.5 1951 1951 2,896 76,845 5,322 88,684 30,387 4,032 63:,794 9,442 71.9 34.3 29.5
6,539 21,830 5.3 2,309 4.5 27,996 7,830 1,228 19,077 3,226 68.1 28.0 34.6 1952 Illinois Central .......................... 1952 6,539 252,220 3.7 22,943 d 1.5 306,856 97,055 13,032 223,365 31,914 72.8 31.6 35.3
6,539 20,739 2,209 27,759 6,619 325 17,776 4,571 64.0 23.8 34.9 1951 1951 6,539 243,126 23,298 295,092 96,396 12,623 223,346 30,659 75.7 32.7 36.8
4,738 17,722 2.7 1,432 d-95 20,854 6,695 977 14,495 3,512 69.5 32.1 32.3 1952 Louisville & Nashville .... ........... 1952 4,758 196,703 d .3 13,798 d 6.8 226,724 80,919 10,893 173,248 27,659 76.4 35.7 35.5
4,765 17,263 1,582 20,604 6,598 865 14,111 3,926 68.5 32.0 31.7 1951 1951 4,772 197,353 14,805 226,475 79,425 10,112 173,992 24,340 76.8 35.1 36.6
1,032 2,926 8.0 179 d 14.4 3,691 920 168 2,343 698 63.5 24.9 32.3 1952 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ........ 1952 1,032 34,676 5.5 1,872 d 10.0 41,228 12,453 2,026 29,070 6,153 70.5 30.2 33.4
1,032 2,710 209 3,386 879 163 2,301 1,163 67.9 26.0 35.9 1951 1951 1,045 32,863 2,081 38,476 12,336 1,956 28,668 4:551 74.5 32.1 35.3
408046 11,653 10.8 1,388 d .4 14,427 6331 821 11824 2,662 82.0 439 31.4 1952 Seaboard Air Line ......................... 1952 4,134 133,259 7.9 15219 4.4 160,584 54,418 9,080 116886 23,041 72.8 33.932.0
4,146 10,515 1,437 13,899 4,362 595 9,855 3,858 70.9 31.4 32,7 1951 1951 4,146 123,474 14,582 149,337 50,050 7,051 111,211 19,185 74.5 33.5 34.0
6,299 21,271 4.5 1,609 2.2 24,955 5,358 967 14,419 4,787 57.8 21.5 29.9 1952 Southern ................................. 1952 6,305 230,74 4.4 20,089 1.9 271,624 83,056 11,768 188,102 36,377 69.3 30.6 32.6
6,306 20,353_ 1,575 25,231 6,092 405 14,890 4,570 59.0 24.1 29.7 1951 1951 6,332 221,124 _19,712 262,289 85,989 10,793 191,964 27,947 73.2 32.8 34.6


SPercent increase computed on units of dollars.
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OP TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 1952 AND 1951 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER 1952 AND 1951

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Percent Percent PercentPercent
of road Freight Passengbr Net Oper- mainte- trans- Average Freight Passenger Net Oper- mante- trans-
operated Deprecl- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year iles Depre- railway atng nance portaton
at close All atlon in- oper- ratio expenses expenses of road All action in- oper- ratio expenses expenses
onoehxPer-pn-tdludedoPet- Per- eluded oper- ratio expenses expanes
of month Per- er Total ante- lauded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- operated cent cent Total mainte- in pre Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount cent Amount nnt nance Iin pro- Income cent) eating eating Amount in- Amount in- nance income cent) atlng atlng
o in- In- ceding reunnu-s.rnt inuco ceding
creasee crease column revenues revenues crease crease column n revenues revenues
(a) (b) (o) (d) (e) (r) (g) (h) (1) (J)( (k) (W1)() (a) (n) ((o).()() (r)(s) (t;1) (u (v w (x) L (L)d) (as)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items In thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
7,898 $13,161 14.9 $2,144 d 1. $17,560 $5,702 $1,055 $14,730 $629 83.9 32.5 44.4 1952 Chicago & North Western ...................... 1952 7,905 $160,073 1.2 $22,709 1.1 $206,165 $69,561 $12,800 $178,040 $8,128 86.4 33.7 45-7
7,915 11,463 2,178 16,694 5,623 935 14:396 1,334 86.2 33.7 45.6 1951 1951 7,911 158,178 22,453 203,477 69,841 12,472 178,354 7,224 87.6 34.3 46.4
1,468 3,089 23.8 14 30.7 3,333 1,283 158 2,367 307 71.0 38.5 24.9 1952 Chicago Great Western ......................... 1952 1,473 33,803 7.2 187 d -15.9 36,287 11,390 1,883 25,482 3,690 70.2 31.4 31.4
1,474 2,496 10 2:864 981 145 2,097 247 73.2 34.3 32.8 1951 1951 1,474 31,545 291 34,137 11,114 1,697 24,657 3,051 72.2 32.6 33.2
10,670 18,690 13.7 1,805 d 6.9 23,215 7,130 1,235 17.746 3,172 76.4 30.7 38.7 1952 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ........ 1952 10,668 222,400 2.2 18,863 d 4.3 269,466 94,353 15,010 222,123 17,430 82.4 35.0 40.6
10,671 16,436 1,938 22,321 6,798 1,318 17,362 2.512 77.8 30.5 40.4 1951 1951 10,671 217,584 19,713 265,401 88,967 15,144 219,455 15,326 82.7 33.5 42.4
1,617 2,683 5.5 209 d 6.9 3,192 759 140 2,397 422 75.1 23.8 44.7 1952 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ........ 1952 1,617 29,324 2.2 2,263 d 3.4 34,723 10,315 1,601 29,647 330 85.4 29.7 48.9
1,617 2,542 225 3,235 909 155 2,623 285 81.1 28.1 46.5 1951 1951 1,617 28,682 2,343 34,082 10,561 1,567 30,706 d 752 90.1 31.0 52.3
567 852 d 23.5 1 d 16.6 979 1,533 152 3,434 d 314 350.9 156.6 143.7 1952 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................. 1952 568 41,544 d 15.1 12 d 37.0 48,479 15,524 1,750 35,611 5,638 73.5 32.0 37.2
567 1,114 1 1,328 1,523 136 3,520 d 351 265.0 114.6 123.6 1951 1951 566 48,953 19 56,655 16,058 1,546 38,649 4,854 68.2 28.3 37.0
8,303 17,377 16.7 1,280 17.0 20,263 8,640 997 17,270 280 85.2 42.6 36.4 1952 Great Northern ............................... 1952 8,314 226,309 5.0 14,118 4.6 260,247 90,030 11,503 191,416 25,914 73.6 34.6 33.4
8,314 14,888 1,094 17,970 5,737 901 14,475 855 80.5 31.9 42.2 1951 1951 8,316 215,628 13,498 248,039 83,093 10,779 184,210 23,214 74.3 33.5 35.2
3,223 2,442 d 4.0 84 2.2 2,767 1,532 149 3,129 d 181 113.1 55-4 49.9 1952 Minneapolis, St. Paul &Sault Ste. Marie ....... 1952 3,223 38,548 1.5 1,106 8.9 42,170 17,461 1,721 36,398 1,910 86.3 41.4 39.2
3.22 2,55 -- 82 2,810 1,384 137 2,919 103.9 9.3 47.7 1951 1951 3,224 37,996 1,015 41,486 16,271 1633 35,050 2,709 84.5 39.2 39.6
6,881 13,650 7.2 715 d .5 15,951 5,532 646 12,928 771 81.0 34.7 39.3 1952 Northern Pacific .............................. 1952 6,883 156,552 2.4 7,149 d 5.7 177,869 63,503 7,723 143,249 15,.425 80.5 35.7 38.0
6,887 12,727 741 15,977 4,599 701 10,998 2,201 68.8 28.8 33.8 1951 1951 6,887 152,940 7,582 173,748 60,092 8,464 137,143 16,331 78.9 34.6 37-8
1,046 2,358 10.1 50 1.2 2,589 856 102 2,133 162 82.4 33.1 41.7 1952 Wisconsin Central # ................. ...... 1952 1,046 28,757 .3 541 2.7 31,205 9,584 1,201 24,567 2,708 78.7 30.7 41.3
1,046 2,142 49 2,337 767 99 2,109 d 124 90.2 32.8 49.5 1951 1951 1,049 28,672 527 30,991 9,864 1,100 25,060 2,109 80.9 31.8 42.5
Central Western Region:
13,072 45,727 15.7 5,071 d 8.4 56,752 17,528 2,421 38,522 6,695 67.9 30.9 30.8 1952 Atchison, Topeake & Santa Fe a/ ............... 1952 13,072 491,592 5.4 57,539 9.4 604,512 195,875 27,747 423,368 69,374 70.0 32.4 31.1
13,096 39,507 5,534 50,984 14,285 1,256 34,748 7,060 68.2. 28.0 33.7 1951 1951 13,096 466,225 52,578 570,582 198,916 25.315 426,290 71,613 74.7 34.9 33-3
8,867 20,304 15.0 1,973 3.5 24,971 6,973 1,021 16,774 5,501 67.2 27.9 33.9 1952 Chicago, Burlington & uincy .................. 1952 8,824 223,231 1.4 20,173 5.1 270,348 82,948 12,556 193,436 31,744 71.6 30.7 35.2
8,834 17,660 1,907 24,651 6,432 1,056 15,702 3,671 63.7 26.1 32.6 1951 1951 8,824 220,254 19,193 266,594 81,083 12,604 189,234 30,117 71.0 30.4 35.1
7,916 14,874 13.1 2,080 d 1.7 18,757 4,604 806 13,080 2,533 69.7 24.5 37.8 1952 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ................ 1952 7,916 174,423 8.9 20,568 .5 213,938 61,803 9,014 154,169 25,339 72.1 28.9 35.9
7,916 13,147 2,117 17,450 3,935 694 11,744 2,721 67.3 22.6 37.4 1951 1951 7,.921 160,154 20,465 198,549 58,813 7,795 150,944 17,256 76.0 29.6 38.8
2,333 6,820 10.1 307 d 4.0 7,396 1,731 341 4,548 1,209 61.5 23.4 31.1 1952 Denver & Rio Grande Western .................. 1952 2,333 75,589 6.1 3,532 d 2.7 82,135 23,651 3,970 55,443 11,621 67.5 28.8 31.9
2,333 6,195 319 6,886 1,616 315 4,298 1,127 62.4 23.5 32.2 1951 1951 2,338 71,239 3,631 77,790 22,175 4,027 52,341 11,712 67.3 28.5 32.0
8,113 38,135 39.6 3,860 3.5 45,593 15,271 2,075 36,090 ,106 79.2 35 38.9 1952 Southern Pacific Co........................... 1952 8,118 468,238 8.8 44,403 2.8 551,859 173,288 23,932 414,586 8,096 75.1 31. 37.5
8,136 27,315 4,000 36,038 14,590 1,996 33,551 4,344 93.1 0.5 45.6 1951 1951 8,130 430,392 43,209 509,022 165,176 23,060 395,040 45,382 77.6 32.4 38.8
9,824 40,111 12.8 3,652 d 7.9 49,021 15,066 1,703 36,031 4,343 73.5 30.7 36.3 1952 Union Pacific ................................ 1952 9,847 438,729 2.4 39,604 .4 520,221 167,308 18,724 389.,840 32,761 74.9 32.2 35.6
9,867 35,558 3,964 44,720 12,373 1.571 32,201 3:413 72.0 27.7 37.6 1951 1951 9,742 428,512 39,463 505,198 159,002 19,942 376,872 34,250 74.6 31.5 36.0
1,193 4,680 2.3 218 d 12.1 ,000 1,499 194 3,446 638 68.9 30.0 28.8 1952 Western Pacific ............................... 1952 1,193 51,828 .6 3,108 3.2 56,245 17,396 2,200 38,797 7,102 69.0 30.9 28.9
1,193 4.576 248 4,941 1,291 191 3,074 723 62.2 26.1 26.8 1951 1951 1,193 51,501 3,011 55,747 15,443 2,207 35,967 7,729 64.5 27.7 27.7
Southwestern Re ion:
1,104 2,909 15.5 219 d 18.8 3,414 1,360 137 2,864 336 83.9 39.8 38.4 1952 InternationaI-Great Northern# ................. 1952 1,104 32,551 1.3 2,321 d 13.1 38,204 14,735 1,602 31,584 3,491 82.7 38.6 38.1
1,104 2,518 270 3,297 1:245 127 2.732 289 82.9 37.8 39.4 1951 1951 1,104 32,124 2,670 38,252 14,324 1,481 31,676 3,155 82.8 37.4 39.4
891 3,503 25.3 203 13.4 4,092 1,296 124 3,040 526 74. 317 35.6 1952 Kansas City Southern .......................... 1952 891 41,527 7.8 1,764 3.3 47,443 11,147 1,488 27,556 7,884 581 23. 29.1
891 2,795 179 3,585 1,181 123 2,596 348 72.4 32.9 33.0 1951 1951 891 38,536 1,708 44,061 10,307 1,494 25,896 7,103 58.8 23. 30.0
3,242 6,206 9.6 393 d 26.3 7,312 2,260 322 5401 1,190 73.9 30.9 34.2 1952 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................... 1952 3,242 73,574 10.6 4,316 d16.1 85,115 24,952 3,791 61316 10,741 72.0 29.3 34.6
3,242 5,661 533 7,419 1,757 315 4:698 1,094 63.3 23.7 32.2 1951 1951 3,242 66,536 5,145 78,828 22,799 3,445 59,156 7,176 75.0 28.9 37.6
6,935 18,029 9.4 1,287 .6 21,599 8,637 979 17,426 2,119 80.7 40.0 35. 1952 Missouri Pacific# ............................. 1952 6,949 211.636 4.3 12,591 .7 248,491 90,001 11,511 191,867 28,052 77.2 36.2 35.
6,950 16,474 1,279 22:264 8,547 906 17:740 2,610 79.7 38.4 36.4 1951 1951 6,956 202,824 12,503 239,346 89,142 10,591 193,182 23,962 80.7 37.2 38.1
1,834 6,482 18.0 447 d 5.7 7,704 1,928 330 4,750 1,597 61.7 25.0 30.0 1952 Texas & Pacific ......... ..................... 1952 1,834 71,845 8.9 4,690 a-7.5 83,626 24,630 4,004 56,704 13,328 67.8 29.5 31.0
1,845 5,495 474 6,850 2,162 332 4,883 1,011 71.3 31.6 32.5 1951 1951 1i846 65,983 5,069 77,567 22,747 3,487 54,298 9,910 70.0 29.3 33.1
4,601 10,044 11.8 534 d 28.1 12,025 3,215 592 8,042 2,346 66.9 26.7 32.7 1952 St. Louis-San Francisco ....................... 1952 4,601 111,609 4.5 6,815 d 9.8 129,264 40,999 7,187 96,158 17,376 74.4 31.7 35.3
4,601 8,984 743 -- 11:400 3,380 604 7,807 2,003 68.5 29.7 32.1 1951 1951 4,609 106,811 7,555 124,120 41,479 7,109 96,719 12,643 77.9 33.4 37.3
159 463 37.1 7 506 106 4 356 41 70.4 21.0 41.7 1952 St. Louls-San Francisco & Texas .............. 1952 159 5,063 16.0 80 13.8 :,514 1,063 52 3,366 716 61.0 19.3 34.5
159 338 d 51 350 96 5 326 26 93.3 27.3 59.5 1951 1951 159 4364 70 ,795 1,051 55 3,302 356 68.9 21.9 39.3
1,569 6,271 13.7 34 d 28.9 6,536 1,498 156 3,473 1,617 53.1 22.9 24.6 1952 St. Louis Southwestern Lines .................. 1952 1,569 70,273 6.2 428 d 11. 73,590 16,741 1,795 41,009 13,518 55.7 22.8 27.1
1,569 5,514 48 5,988 1,445 161 3,462 574 57.8 24.1 27.8 1951 1951 1,569 66,172 628 69,751 16,946 1,665 42,597 8,662 61.1 24.3 30.8
4,291 11,316 20.0 726 d 9.1 13,022 3,897 211 9,628 1,259 73.9 2.9 .9 69 1952 Texas & New Orleans ........................... 1952 4,291 129,980 9.3 8,493 l ,3 148,500 43,229 2,549 15,364 13,587 71.0 29.1 35.2
4,291 9,431 799 11,213 3,078 179 8,185 2,277 73.0 27.4 38.5 1951 1951 ,298 118,893 9,687 138,649 41,990 2,567 104,296 11,179 75.2 30.3 38.2


SPercent Increae computed on unite of dollars.
Includes amortlzation of Defense Projects.


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


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