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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 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.
General Note:
"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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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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3 1262 08731 5031 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




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


Statement No. M-150

JANUARY 1953


FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 1953 AND 1952

Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Feight Passenger Percent Percent
Region, road, and year of radht Passener Depreci- Net Oper- mainte- trans-
operated All ation in- railway eating nanoe portation
at close Per- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month cent cent nanee in pre- eating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount in- Amount in- ceding income cent) eating eating
oreaee crease column revenues revenues

_____1_______(b) () (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (I) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n)


Total--Roads listed herein .................... 1953
1952
New England Region:
Boston & Maine ........................... 1953
1952
New York, New Haven & Hartford ............ 1953
1952
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware& Hudson .......................... 1953
1952
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ............ 1953
1952
Erie ...................................... 1953
1952
Grand Trunk Western ....................... 1953
1952
Lehigh Valley ...... ...... 1953
1952
New York Central .......................... 1953
1952
New York, Chicago & St. Louis ............. 1953
1952
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................... 1953
1952
Wabash .................................... 1953
1952
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio .......................... 1953
1952
Bessemer & Lake Erie .................... 1953
1952
Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ............ 1953
1952
Chicago & Eastern Ill. .................... 1953
1952
Elgin, Jollet & Eastern ................... 1953
1952
Long Island# .............................. 1953
1952
Pennsylvania .............................. 1953
1952
Reading ................................... 1953
1952
Western Maryland .......................... 1953
1952
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio ......................... 1953
1952
Norfolk & Western ......................... 1953
1952
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line ....................... 1953
1952
Central of Georgia ........................ 1953
1952
Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific ........ 1953
1952
Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ....................... 1953
1952
Illinois Central .......................... 1953
1952
Louisville & Nashville .................... 1953
1952
Nashville, Chattenooga & St. Louis ........ 1953
1952
Seaboard Air Line ......................... 1953
1952
Southern .................................. 1953
1952


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
203,680 $662,177 .2 1 $75,970 d 16.5 $804,864 $262,081 $38.182
204,177 660,779 79,051 808,318 267,508 36,367


1,679
1,701
1,792
1,793
793
793
962
964
2,237
2,242

952
952
1,214
1,220
10,718
10,725
2,184
2,188
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,185
6,187
213
212
617
618
868
868
236
236

365
365
10,089
10,120
1,312
1,322
831
836
5,116
5,117
2,135
2,135

5,379
5,472
1,786
1,786

337
337
2,766
2,878
6,539
6,539
4,737
4,765
1,032
1,032
4,080
4,145
6,299
6,306


5,667
5,673
7,667
7,782
4,054
4,793
5,845
6,081
13,049
13,139
4,203
4,101
5,496
6,045
47,452
50,957
13,316
12,639
,986
4,090
7,810
7,850

32,505
32,819
1,501
1,343
4,497
4,563
2,342
2,344
4,028
3,638
1,064
1,119
62,859
64,478
10,159
10,391
4,236
4,219
26,638
29,138
14,187
16,482
11,715
12,001
3,201
3,123
3,348
3,105
6,871
6,699
20,104
21,181
16,445
17,481
2,705
2,784
12,011
11,590
20,118
18,646


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d 1.5

d 15.4

d 3.9




2.5






5.4

d 2.5




d 1.0

11.7

d 1.5

d .1_--

10.7

d 4.9

d 2.5

d 2.2

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d 8.6

d 13,.

d 2.4

2.5

7.8

2.6

d 5.1




d 2.8

3.6

7.9


1,006
964
4,303
4,377
188
188
858
835
664
653
229
231
344

11,553
11,976
196
218
87
91
476
480
2,227
2,300

I
452
460
301
306



2,991
2,797
14,340
15,125
662
603
8
10
720
738
448
478

2,442
2,438

225
239
227
242
449
451

1,930
1,951
1,254
1,339
183
166
1,591
1,686
1,695
1,701


4.3




d .2

2.7

1.6




d 13.9

d 3.5

d 10.0

d 4.0

d .8






d 1.6

S1.7




6.9




9.8

d 26.5

d 2.4

d 6.4

.2

d 6.0




d .4

d 1.1




9.9

d 5.7

d .1


7,536
7,434
13,461
13,743
4,391
5,141
7,444
7,733
14,786
14,942
4,819
4,714
6,146
6,847
67,225
71,358
13,913
13,243
4,318
4,377
9,047
8,993
37,117
37,571
1,522
1,369
5,270
5,421
2,962
2,976
4,858
4,565
4,290
4,186
85,412
87,931
11,550
11,810
4,465
4,504
28,545
31,224
15,401
17,860

15,390
15,696

3,723
3,742
3,793
3,541
7,884
7,674
24,821
25,658
19,062
20,250

3,259
3.309
14,704
14:384

23,453
22,127


2,523
2,481

3,885
3,945
1,475
1,667
2,084
2,176

3,835
3,718
1,498
1,567
1,782
1,877
23,008
25,018
4,128
3,973
1,594
1,753
2,325
2,391
12,685
12,693
1,314
805
1,738
1,696
860
762
1,123
1,173
1,528
1,470
30,002
31,595
3,953
3,885
1,273
1,411

9,388
10,769

5,785
6,283

,827
4,668
1,172
1,152
1,211
1,241

2,537
2,582
8,131
8,423
6,269
6,767
910
1,006-
4,813
4,555
6,914
7,281


325
303
625
620
231
185

435
422
698
648
138
137
303
305
3,319
3,099
468
453
305
266
452
418
1,419
1,368
147
112
241
236
149
140

135
120
207
203

3,932
3,680
610
562
228
216
1,798
1,734
976
841
678
627
161
145
206
194
318
302
1,098
1,063
951
851
171
164
662
636
962
959


$620,246
643,217
6,296
6,333
10,785
10,923

3,383
3,922
5,790
6,129
10,763
10,912
4,036
4,045
4,629
4,880

57,293
62,143
9,719
9,352
3,341
3,533
6,830
7,004
29,811
30,507
1,81Q
1,335
4,310
4,391
2,272
2,160
3,042
3,204
4,059
5,160
71,561
75,730
8,813
9,145
2,864
3,141
20,215
22,828
11,713
12,744
12,298
10,857
2,910
3,058
2,445
2,458

5,511
5.515
18,813
19,935
14,049
14,863
2,301
2,418
10,338
10,238
15,728
16,633


$73,272
59,356
286
192
768
904
707
559
803
792
1,745
1,700
239
63
806
1,036
3,437
2,471
1,681
1,611
1,093
914

897
745

3,589
3,552



321
377
340
376
435
156



5,967
5,088
1,317
1,289
872
746
4,791
4,477
1,764
2,248
1,147
1,609

335
232
561
484
910
808
2,206
1,967
2,440
2,696
475
418
2,199
1,869

3,185
2,123


77.1 32.6
79.6 33.1
83.5 33.5
85.2 33.4
80.1 28.9
79.5 28.7
77.0 33.6
76.3 32.4
77.8 28.0
79.3 28.1
72.8 25.9,
73.0 24.9
83.7 31.1
85.8 33.2
75.3 29.0
71.3 27.4
85.2 34.2
87.1 35.1
69.9 29.7
70.6 30.0
77.4 36.9
80.7 40.1

75.5 25.7
77.9 26.6
80.3 34.2
81.2 33.8
119.0 86.3
97.5 58.8
81.8 33.0
81.0 31.3
76.7 29.0
72.6 25.6
62.6 23.1
70.2 25.7
94.6 35.6
123.3 35.1
83.8 35.1
86.1 35.9
76.3 34.2
77.4 32.9
64.1 28.5
69.7 31.3
70.8 32.9
73.1 34.5
76.1 37.6
71.4 35.2

79.9 37.9
69.2 29.7
78.2 31.5
81.7 30.8
64.5 31.9
69.4 35.1
69.9 32.2
71.9 33.6
75.8 32.8
77.7 32.8
73.7 32.9
73.4 33.4
70.6 27.9
73.1 30.4
70.3 32.7
71.2 31.7
67.1 29.5
75.2 32.9


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43.7

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EPOSITORY


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.







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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 JANUARY 1953 AND 1952

Miles Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans-
Region, road, and year at cloe aton ecin- railway eating nance portation
of month Per- Per- All luded oper- ratio expenses expenses
cent cent Total mainte- eluded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount in- Amount in- nance cedingpre- income cent) ating ating
crease crease column revenues revenues

(a) (b)e ( ) ( ) (e) (f) (g)(h) (1)(.1)(k (1) (m) (n)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western ................... 1953 7,874 $12,358 d .4 $1,865 d4.9 $16,059 $5,324 $1,096 $14,067 $539 87.6 33.2 47.1
1952 7,915 12,410 1,961 16,410 5,552 1,062 15,016 d 80 91.5 33.8 50.1
Chicago Great Western ..................... 1953 1,468 2,105 d 22.8 7 d 66.0 2,279 577 158 1,543 304 67.7 25.3 34.1
1952 1,474 2,729 21 2,931 851 152 1,997 327 68.1 29.0 33.4
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .... 1953 10,670 17,092 d 3.0 1,471 d 16.0 20,647 6,912 1,233 16,964 1,225 82.2 33.5 41.6
1952 10,671 17,622 1,750 21,525 7,579 1,319 18,770 751 87.2 35.2 44.8
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis.e & Omaha .... 1953 1,617 2,387 d 1.6 197 d 7.1 2,842 749 135 2,386 62 84.0 26.4 50.7
1952 1,617 2,425 212 2,896 799 133 2,554 d 47 88.2 27.6 53.5
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Hange .............. 1953 567 350 3.9 1 d 25.8 419 1,219 152 2,007 d 1.693 479.3 291.2 157.2
1952 567 337 1 386 1,552 131 2,374 d 2.101 615.5 402.5 178.7
Great Northern ............................ 1953 8,303 14,277 6.5 1,023 d 17.7 16,517 7,064 997 15,008 d 418 90.9 42.8 40.6
1952 8,314& 13,402 1,243 15,897 6,985 890 15,323 d 1.172 96.4 43.9 44.8
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie .. 1953 3,223 2,393 1.1 75 d 6.2 2,652 1,270 149 2,737 d 287 103.2 47.9 47.8
1952 3,224 2,368 80 2,619 1,254 142 2,821 d 374 107.7 47.9 52.0
Northern Pacific .......................... 1953 6,881 11,593 10.2 647 .1 13,348 4,648 655 11,564 836 86.6 34.8 43.7
1952 6,887 10,523 647 12,253 5,246 707 12,158 d 719 99.2 42.8 48.0
Wisconsin Central # ...................... 1953 1,046 2,374 2.9 42 4.2 2,561 764 103 1,963 300 76.6 29.8 40.2
1952 1,046 2,307 40 2,492 840 98 2,138 73 85.8 33.7 44.8
Central Western Region:
Atcnison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ........... 1953 13,094 40,684 5.0 4,781 2.5 49,962 15,187 2,292 33,722 6,626 67.5 30.4 30.6
1952 13,074 38,764 4,664 47,906 14,978 2,247 34,232 5,436 71.5 31.3 33.4
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .............. 1953 8,867 18,251 2.7 1,639 3.2 22,256 6,024 1,041 15,390 2,800 69.2 27.1 36.0
1952 8,834 17,777 1,692 21,593 6,382 1,038 15,744 2,109 72.9 29.6 37.3
Chicago, Hock Island & Pacific ............ 1953 7,916 14,077 .9 1,803 d 7.4 17,418 4,334 774 11,701 2,501 67.2 24.9 34.6
1952 7,916 13,949 1,947 17,524 4,737 700 12,822 1,916 73.2 27.0 38.6
Denver & Rio Grande Western ............... 1953 2,333 6,281 13.9 287 11.3 6,785 1,610 339 4,152 1,152 61.2 23.7 30.6
1952 2,333 5,512 258 6,004 2,011 317 4,699 538 78.3 33.5 36.9
Southern Pacific Co. ...................... 1953 8,113 37,718 9.8 3,596 1.8 44,193 14,015 2,074 33,089 4,513 74.9 31.7 36.8
1952 8,136 34,346 3,532 40,706 13,027 1,927 32,302 3,279 79.4 32.0 40.3
Union Pacific ............................. 1953 9,824 33,716 4.6 3,063 d 11.5 39,851 12,810 1,581 31,266 1,542 78.5 32.1 38.2
1952 9,867 32,241 3,462 39,150 12,417 1,519 30,969 1,647 79.1 31.7 39.1
Western Pacific ........................... 1953 1,193 4,292 23.0 244 34.9 4,635 1,406 196 3,245 538 70.0 30.3 30.4
1952 1,193 3,491 181 3,760 1,382 192 3,158 157 84.0 36.8 35.3
Southwestern Region:
International-Great Northern# ............. 1953 1,104 2,865 3.8 164 d 25.5 3,288 1,264 137 2,673 305 81.3 38.5 37.0
1952 1,104 2,759 220 -- 3,289 1,162 132 2,613 301 79.5 35.3 38.3
Kansas City Southern ...................... 1953 891 3,856 10.7 156 d9.6 4,392 948 124 2,378 732 54.2 21.6 27.6
1952 891 3,484 172 3,999 778 122 2,191 699 54.8 19.5 30.2
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................ 1953 3,242 5,970 5.8 283 d 28.8 6,842 2,041 319 5,087 676 74.3 29.8 36.0
1952 3,242 5,641 398 6,644 1,982 303 5,097 615 76.7 29.8 38.0
Missouri Pacific# ......................... 1953 6,935 16,881 d .8 1,002 d 14.2 19,758 7,446 978 15,977 1,986 80.9 37.7 37.5
1952 6,950 17,018 1,168 20,144 6,580 924 15,302 2,584 76.0 32.7 37.7
Texas & Pacific ............................ 1953 1,834 6,381 11.6 376 d 10.7 7,353 2,036 334 4,851 1,076 66.0 27.7 31.3
1952 1,834 5,719 421 6,707 2,210 333 4,929 671 73.5 33.0 32.9
St. Louis-San Francisco ................... 1953 4,601 9,424 9.0 545 d 20.7 10,777 3,526 597 8,193 1,200 76.0 32.7 35.6
1952 4,601 8,645 687 10,163 3,403 609 8,081 866 79.5 33.5 38.4
St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ........... 1953 159 359 d 6.6 6 d 12.5 396 98 4 298 22 75.2 24.6 40.9
1952 159 384 7 416 81 5 280 107 67.2 19.5 29.9
St. Louis Southwestern Lines .............. 1953 1,568 5,819 .6 27 d50.8 6,045 1,508 155 3,530 910 58.4 25.0 27.8
1952 1,569 5,783 56 6,089 1,301 144 3,429 788 56.3 21.4 29.0
Texas & New Orleans ....................... 1953 4,290 11,595 6.9 621 d 21.2 13,022 3,731 211 8,727 1,302 67.0 28.6 31.9
1952 4,291 10,849 787 12,492 3,636 212 8,722 1,084 69.8 29.1 34.5


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf,
& Santa Fe.
d Decrease or deficit.


Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1953 0 200316




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