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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 )
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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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System ID: AA00015604:00148
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

UNIV. OF FL LS.L

3 1262 08731 1055 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION St t smntNo. M-1
,: A .REVENUESAND\ BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




S O TING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS -- I
1 7

^ T, U 3,u D:_E Tg ofry !^
"Op __ .


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1

Operating revenues


Freight Passenger I


Per- Per- Total
Amount cent Amount cent
in- In-
crease crease

(b) (c) (d) (e) ( )


Miles
of road
operated
at close
of month



(a)


203,676 $634,399
204,157 652,677

1.679 5,332
1,701 5,353
1,792 7,405
1.793 7,453
793 4,047
793 4,294

962 5,363
964 6,028
2,237 12,148
2,242 12,820

952 4,445
952 4,196
1,214 5,072
1,220 5,914
10,714 h7,787
10,725 48,120
2,184 12,507
2,188 12,925
221 3,451
221 3,845
2,393 8,262
2,393 8,309
6,186 30,807
6,187 32,143
213 1,441
212 1,398
617 3,951
618 4,340
868 2,321
868 2,337
236 3,543
236 3,442
365 1,158
365 960
10,090 59,608
10,120 61,880
1,310 9,232
1,321 9,663
831 3,638
836 4,099
5,116 22,550
5,117 27,704
2,135 12,850
2,135 15,966

5,379 11,480
5,472 11,727
1,786 3,056
1,786 3,021

337 3,285
337 3,242
2,766 6,466
2,878 6,382
6,539 19,515
6,539 20,103
4,737 16,407
4,765 17,04O

1,032 2,783
1,032 2,789
4,080 11,706
4,145 11,703
6,299 18,512
6,306 18,140


Operating expenses
Percent Percent
Deprec- Net Oner- mainte- trans-
Depron l- railway eating nanoe oortation
All tl dn- oper- ratio excensee expenses
mainte- ,Iud Total eating (oer- of ooer- of soer-
nance cedi income cent) atlng sting
column n revenues revenues

(g) (h) (i)_ (J) (k) 1 (m) .


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


d 2.8

d .4

d6 .6

d 5.81

d 11.0

d 5.2

5.9

d 14.2

d 2

d 3_2

d 10,2




d6

3.1

d 9.0




3.0

20.6

d 3.7




d 11.2






d 2.1

1.1

4.5

1.6




d 2.

d 3.7




2.0


$61,856 d 11.7 $756940 $247,220 837,881
70,048 1 786,729 254,770 1 36,285


968
981
3,908
4,194

151
161

751
792
542
613
202
202
294
321
8,581
9,815
132
169
69
81

397
445
1,700
2,008

1
429
429

236
246



2,723
2,635
11,042
12,708
546
564

5
8

536
668

379
429

2,125
2,453
211
253
185
233

335
398
2,001
1,989

977
1,103
122
165
1,401
1,665
1,252
1,584


d 1.3

S6.,8




d 5.2

d 11.8




d 8.6

d 12.6

d 22.1

a 15.6

d 10.7






.2

d 4.0




3.3

d 13.1

d 3.2






d 11.6

d 13.4

d 16.8

d 20.9

d 15.6

.6




d 26.4

d 115.

d 21-0


7,092
7,084
12,771
13,060
4,333
4,612

6,795
7,498
13,660
14,477

5,039
4,711

5,661
6,561
64,042
65,827
13,029
13,510

3,798
4,102

9,313
9,455
34,743
36,505
1,459
1,419
4,713
5,103
2.851
2,922
4,378
4,290
4,103
3,860
78,123
82,685
10,o440
10,929
3,827
4,325
24,147
29,619

13,835
17,441
14,757
15,342
3,573
3,622

3,675
3,569
7,321
7,275
23,877
24,573
18,538
19,324
3,218
3,255
14,202
14,460
21,304
21,388


2,378
2,501

3,766
4,031
1,426
1,584

1,924
2,168

3,585
3,774
1,478
1,432

1,727
1,759
21,163
21,536

3,589
3,875
1,472
1,506
2,271
2,293
12,148
13,138
848
803
1,660
1,601
846
723
1,190
983
1,405
1,338
26,827
29,359

3,580
3,520
1,150
1,353
8,730
10,057
5,601
6,068

5,529
4,841
1,124
1,163
1,218
1,285
2,281
2,341
7,562
7,901
6,261
6,440
941
970
4,655
4,519
6,379
7,082


324
313
630
626
231
204

433
422

697
656

138
137
304
305
3,326
3,129
469
454

310
272
456
426
1,435
1,383
148
112
251
237
149
139
141
121
207
203

3,553
3,332
610
565

233
216
1,809
1,731
898
847
64
630
158
147
208
194
324
302
1,097
1,064

959
862
170
164
668
634
971
966


$581,677
609,132

5,944
6,110
10,420
10,574
3,224
3,755
5,301
5,913
10,123
10,729

3,785
3,768
4,319
4,598
53,096
56,674
8,697
9,077
3,096
3,248
6,770
6,661

27,960
29,838
1,333
1,358
3,918
4,121
2,213
2,072
2,923
2,880

3,726
3,654
65,295
71,355
8,230
8,289
2,625
2,915
18,638
21,669
11,157
12,117
11,721
10,967
2,818
2,990
2,371
2,519
4,976
5,000
17,473
18,586
13,230
14,105
2,329
2.295

9,980
10,079
14,217
15,797


870,773 76.8
68,684 77.4

275 83.8
148 86.3
582 81.6
698 81.0

752 74.4
471 81.4

741 78.0
772 78.9
1,478 74.1
1,638 74.1
668 75.1
446 80.0

713 76.3
976 70.1
4,740 82.9
2,935 86.1
1,797 66.8
1,933 67.2
953 81.5
898 79.2
1,002 72.7
1,111 70.4
3,286 80.5
3,478 81.7
198 91.3
113 95.7
186 83.1
384 80.8
314 77.6
393 70.9
355 66.8
210 67.1
d 3.58 90.8
d 501 94.7
.528 83.6
,588 86.3
1,163 78.8
1,298 75.8
723 68.6
823 67.4

3,527 77.2
4,346 73.2
1,205 80.6
2,426 69.5
586 79.4
612 71.5
292 78.9
219 82.5
619 64.5
353 70.6
917 68.0
850 68.7
2,316 73.2
2,217 75.6
2,749 71.4
2,586 73.0
461 72.4
463 70.5
2,119 70.3
1,958 69.7
3,356 66.7
2,284 73.9


32.7
32.4

33.5
35.3
29.5
30.9
32.9
34.3
28.3
28.9
26.2
26.1

29.3
30.4
30.5
26.8

33.0
32.7
27.6
28.7
38.7
36.7
24.4
24.3

35.0
36.0
58.1
56.6

35.2
31.4
29.7
24.7
27.2
22.9

34.3
34.7
34.3
35.5
34.3
32.2
30.1
31.3
36.2
34.0
40.5
34.8

37.5
31.6

31.5
32.1

33.1
36.0

31.2
32.2
31.7
32.2
33.8
33.3
29.2
29.8
32.8
31.2
29.9
33.1


37.5
38.7
44.2
44.8

43.3
35.0
41.0

43.4
44.4
40.5
41.1
41.1
44.6

39.2
37.5
43.1
46.7

33.8
33.3
34.8
35.2
41.6
40.1

38.9
39.4
25.3
30.9
41.9
43.9
36.8
36.2

35.3
39.9
52.3
55.3
43.1
45.2
39.4
39.4
32.0
30.5
33.2
33.0
33.7
29.8

35.0
33.1

37.9
41.5
25.8
28.7
29.0
28.5

35.3
37.4
32.5
34.6

35.1
33.6
30.7
31.9
30.9
34.6


Average
m les
of road
operated


FOR TWO MONT


Operating revenues

Freight Passenger

Per- Per- Total
Amount cent Amount cant
crease crease

(p) (q) (r) (a) (t)1


203,677 $1.296,577 | d 1.3 $137,825
204,169 1,313,460 o149,095


I


I


HS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1953 AND 1952

Operating expenses


Deorecl-
All action in-
mainte- eluded Total
nance in pre-
ceding
column
u -__ (AxI. __ (w)


Region, road, and year





In)


1953 Total--Roads listed herein, .................. 1953
1952 1952
New England Region:
1953 Boston & Maine ............................ 1953
1952 1952
1953 New York, New Haven & Hartford ..... .... 1953
1952 1952
Great Lakes Region:
1953 Delaware & Hudson ......................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ........... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Erie ................................ ...... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Grand Trunk Western .... ............ .... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Lehifh Valley .... ................... .... 1953
1952 1952
1953 New York Central.......................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Newl York, Chicago & St. Louis ...... .... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ... ............. .. 1953
1952 1952
1953 Wabash ........................... ....... 1953
1952 1952
Central Eastern Region:
1953 Baltimore & Ohio ....................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Bessemer & Lake Erie ...................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey........... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Chicago & Eastern Ill. .................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Long Island # .............................. 1953
1952 1952
1953 Pennnylvania .. ....................... .. 1953
1952 1952
1953 Reading ......... ................. ....... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Western Maryland .......................... 1953
1952 1952
Pocahontas Region:
1953 Chesapeake & Ohio ......................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Norfolk & Western ..................... 1953
1952 1952
Southern Region:
1953 Atlantic Coast Line ....................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Central of Georgia ...................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific ......... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ....................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Illinois Central ......................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Louisville & Nashl]le .................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ......... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Seaboard Air Line ......................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Southern ........................... ....... 1953
1952 1952


1,679
1,702
1,792
1,793
793
793
962
964

2,237
2,242

952
952
1,214
1,220
10,714
10,725
2,184
2,188
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,186
6,187
213
212
617
618
868
868
236
236

365
365
10,090
10,120

1.,311
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


11,000
11,026
15,072
15,235
8,102
9,087
11,208
12,109
25,198
25,960
8,648
8,297
10,568
11,960

95,238
99,077
25,823
25,564
7,438
7,935
16,072
16,159
63,311
64,962
2,942
2,742
8,448
8,903
4,663
h,681
7,571
7,079
2,222
2,079
122,467
126,359
19,391
20,054
7,874
8,318
49,188
56,842
27,036
32,448

23,195
23,728
6,257
6,144
6,633
6,248

13,357
13,081
39,618
41,285

32,852
34,521
5,488
5,573
23,717
23,292
38,630
36,786


073
652
649
616

256
247
462
389
868
844

395
305
276
275
607
610
645
228
937
907
615
538
908
844

855
750
295
223
492
473
299


d .2 1,973
1,945
d 1.1 8,211
8,570
d 10.8 339
349
d 7.4 1,609
1,627
d 2.9 1,206
1,266
4.2 431
433
d 11.6 638
722
d 3.9 20,134
21,791
1.0 328
387
d 6. 156
172
d .5 874
925
d 25 3.927
4,309
7.3 1
1
d 5.1 882
888

S__.4 537
552
6.9

6.9 5,714
5,432
d 1. 25,381
27,833
d 3.3 1,208
1,168
d 5.3. 13
19

-U- 1,256
1,405
d 16.7 827
907
d 2.2 4,567
4,891
1.8 435
492
6.2 412
475
2.1 784
848
d 4.0 3,931
3,940
d 4.8 2,231
2,442
d 1.5 304
332
1.8 2,991
3,350
5.0 2,947
3,285


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
d 7.6 $1,561,801 $509,304 $76,
1,595,050 522,282 72,
1.5 14,628 4,900
14,518 4,982
d 4.2 26,232 7,651 1,
26,802 7,975 1,
d 2.9 8,724 2,901
9,753 3,251
d 1.1 14,239 4,007
15,231 4,344
d 4.7 28,446 7,420 1,.
29,419 7,491 1,
d .5 9,858 2,976
9,425 3,000
d 11.6 11,807 3,509
13,408 3,637
d 7.6 131,267 )4,171 6,:
137,185 46,554 6,:
d 15.3 26,941 7,718
26,754 7,848 9
d 9.5 8,116 3,065 I
8,478 3,259 5
d__5.6 18,359 4,596 9
18,448 4,684
d 8.9 71,860 24,833 2,1
74,076 25,831 2,'
d 43.7 2,981 2.162 ;
2,787 1,608 ;
d .8 9,983 3,398 '
10,524 3,296 4
d 2.7 5,813 1,706 ;


Percent Percent
Net Oner- mainte- trans-
railway eating nance portation
oper- ratio expenses expenses
eating (per- of oper- of oper-
revenues revenues

x)_ (y) i) aa


$1,201,922
1,252,349
12,239
12,443
21,205
21,497
6,607
7,677
11,091
12,042
20,886
21,6h41

7,820
7,814
8,949
9,479
110,389
118,817
18,416
18,429

6,437
6,781
13.600
13,665
57,772
60,345
3,143
2,693
8,229
8,511
4,485
4,232
5,964
6,084

7,785
8,815
136,856
147,085
17,043
17,434
5,489
6,056

38,853
44,497
22,871
24,861
24,019
21,824

5,729
6,048
4,816
4,978
10,486
10,515
36,286
38,521
27,278
28,968
4,630
4,713
20,317
20,317
29,945
32,430


$144,046
128,043
562
340
1,350
1,602
1,459
1,030
1,545
1,56
3,224
3,339
907
509
1,519
2,013
8,177
5,406
3,478
3,544
2,046
1.812

1,899
1.856
6,875
7,030

231
507
761
654
769
791
366

a 2.221
11,495
9,676
2,480
2,587
1.596
1,568
8,318
8,824

2,969
4,674
1,733
2,221
627
451
1,180
837
1,827
1,657
4,522
4,184

5,189
5,282
936
880

4,347
3,828
6,541
4,:o6


77.0 32.6
78.5 32.7
83.7 33.5
85.7 34.3
80.8 29.2
80.2 29.8
75.7 33.2
78.7 33.3
77.9 28.1
79.1 28.5
73.4 26.1
73.6 25.5
79.3 30.2
82.9 31.8

75.8 29.7
70.7 27.1
84.1 33.6
86.6 33.9
68.4 28.6
68.9 29.3

79.3 37.8
80.0 38.4
74.1 25.0
74.1 25.4
80.4 34.6
81.5 34.9
105.4 72.5
96.6 57.7
82.4 34.0
80,9 31.3
77.1 29.4
71.7 25.2
64.6 25.0
68.7 24.4
92.8 35.0
109.5 34.9

83.7 34.8
86.2 35.7
77.5 34.3
76.7 32.6
66.2 29.2
68.6 31.3

73.7 34.4
73.1 34.2
78.2 38.9
70.4 35.0
79.7 37.7
70.3 30.6
78.5 31.5
82.1 31.4
64.5 32.5
70.0 35.5
6q.0 31.7
70.3 32.9
74.5 32.2
76.7 32.5
72.5 33.3
73.2 33.4
71.5 28.6
71.8 30.1
70.3 32.8
70,4 31.5
66.9 29.7
74.5 33.0


* Percent Increase comouted on units of dollars.
SIncludes amortization of Defense Projects.


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


II


5.2

d 8.8

3.5





a__a


d 6.6

d 11.6



d 13.3








d 8.2

d 10.7

di- 0o


5,899 1,485
9,237 2,313
8,855 2,156
8,393 2,934
8,046 2,809

163,535 56,829
170,616 60,954
21,990 7,533
22,740 7.406
8,292 2,423
8,829 2,763

52,691 18,119
60,843 20,827
29,236 11,386
35,301 12,351
30,147 11,356
31,038 9,509
7,296 2,296
7,364 2,315
7,468 2,h28
7,110 2,526
15,205 4,818
14,949 4,923
48,699 15,693
50,231 16,324
37,600 12,530
39,574 13,207
6,477 1,851
6,564 1,976

28,907 9,468
28,845 9,073
44,758 13,293
43,515 14,364


279
275
241
415
407

7,486
7,012
1,220
1,127
461
432

3,608
3,464
1,874
1,688
1.362
1,257
319
292
414
389
642
60o4

2,195
2,127
1,910
1,713
342
328

1,330
1,269
1,934
1,925


37.7
39.3
44.0
45.1
44.3
43.5
36.0
39.5

44.8
40.2
41.1
44.2
46.0

39.5
37.7
43.6
46.2
34.2
33.9
34.1
34.4
42.0
42.0
39.2
40.2
25.2
30.7
42.6
43.9

37.1
36.6
35.4
40.2

53.2
70.0
43.1
45.o

38.2
39.9
30.6
31.7
32.2
33.0
33.0
30.4
35.1
32.9
37.6
41.8
26.6
28.6
29.3
29.4
36.0
38.1
34.0
34.8
35.0

30.8
32.4
31.4
35.4


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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 FEBRUARY 1953 AND 1952


Operating revenues

Freight Passenger

Per- Pe- Total
Amount cent Amount cent
Iin-n-
crease crease

(b) (c) (d) (e) (r)


Operating expenses


Depreci-
All ation in-
mainte- eluded Total
nance in ore-
ceding
column

(W ) (h) (i)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


Miles
or road
operated
at close
of month




(a)


7,874
7,915
1,468
1,474

10,670
10,671

1,617
1,617

567
567

8,303
8,314

3,223
3,224

6,881
6,887
1,046
1,046

13,094
13,073
6,867
8,816

7,916
7,916

2,333
2,333
6,113
8,136

9,023
9,867

1,193
1,193
1,104
1,104

891
891

3,242
3,242

6,935
6,950
1,o34
1,634
4,601
4,601

159
159
1,568
1,569
4,291
4,291


S66.7
*86.4







6.8




o 14.1







5.7

.1




2.4


.5

d 1.0

14.9




6.0




d 2.4

11.9

.2

19.6

8.3

3.0


$1,681
1,602

12

1,159
1,442

158
169

1
1

906
1,023

68
73

547
481

33
35
3,700
4,533

1,392
1,361

1,354
1,578
263
266
2,994
3,494
2,468
2,980

237
231
143
174

107
137
243
416

854
931
294
401

485
640

8
6

12
33
549
708


5.0




d 19.6

a 6.2

101.4

d 11.5




13.8




d 18.4

2.3

d 14.2

d 1.1


o 14.3




2.7




d 21.7

d 41.7

d 8.2

d 26.6




40.8




d 22.4


$14,639
15,664

406
2,900

20,357
21,185

2.536
2,777

552
519
16,302
16,676

2,490
2,850

12,172
13,202

2,481
2,589
47,865
46,778

20,82L
20,601

17,004
17,349
6,526
6,434

42,031
42,414

38,057
39,076

4,759
4,184

3,039
3,119
4,183
3,952

7,134
7,042

18,923
19,469

7,090
6,510

9,568
9,755
524
441

6,504
6,077

12,357
12,363


$5,155
5,417
290
891

6,650
7,228

751
827
1,258
1,175

6,542
6,689

1,259
1,270

4,694
4,925

810
772
14,921
14,457

5,551
5,326
4,304
4,795
1,617
1,718

13,558
14,048

12,244
11,572

1,370
1,335
1,208
1,200

920
863

2,003
1,804

7,057
6,435

2,082
2,039

3,265
3,354
109
83
1,474
1,188

3,414
3,415


$1,095
1,O62

158
157
1,232
1,318

135
133
156
131

999
944

149
140

656
707
103
99
2,301
2,258
1,045
1,044

792
706

340
320

2,093
1,936
1,582
1,544

197
193

137
132

123
122

321
311

979
938
327
337

598
599

5
5
155
145

212
211


$13,281
14,290

590
2,002

16,139
17,673

2,337
2,484

1,978
1,968

13,816
14,712

2,635
2,750

10,758
11,359
2,068
2,042

32,712
32,182

14,556
13,992

11,527
12,488

3,943
4,229

31,869
32,359
29,507
28,958

3,141
3,095
2,543
2,620

2,243
2,173

4,839
4,783
14,809
14,887

4,814
4,649

7,803
7,746
280
257

3,389
3,243
8,192
8,478


Net
railway
oDer-
ating
income






S9110

* 130
308

1,525
1,195
* 217
d 182



751
286

d 152

646
915

78
226

6,624
6,166

2,513
2,668

2,344
1,958
1,140
995

3,617
3,989
1,712
2,532
688
414

255
252

778
657

927
937
2,200
2,208

981
669

774
931

75
90

986
846

1,295
1,175


Percent
Oper- mainte-
ating nance
ratio expenses
(per- of oper-
cent) eating
revenues

(k)_ (1)


90.7
91.3
145.4
69.1

79.3
83.4
92.1
89.4

358.1
379.1
84.8
88.2

105.8
96.5

88.4
86.0

83.3
78.9

68.3
68.8

69.9
67.9
67.8
72.0

60.4
65.7

75.8
76.3

77.5
74.1
66.0
74.0

83.7
y40.o

53.6
55.0

67.8
67.9

78,3
76.5

67.9
71.4

81.6
79.4

53.5
58.3

52.1
53.4
66.3
68.6


35.3
34.6

71.4
30.8

32.7
34.1
29.6
29.8

227.7
226.3
40.1
40.1

50.6
44.6

38.6
37.3

32.7
29.8

31.2
30.9
26.7
25.9

25.3
27.6

24.8
26.7

32.3
33.1
32.2
29.6

28.8
31.9

39.8
38.5
22.0
21.8

28.i
25.6

37.3
33.1
29.4
31.3
34.1
34.4
20.8
18.9

22.7
19.5

27.6
27.6


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Region, road, and year




(n)(


Percent
trans-
nortation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(m)


47.9
49.3

43.3
32.8

39.5
42.5

55.2
52.8

109.5
129.9

37.6
41.2

47.3
45.1

41.8
41.6

43.9
42.4

30.7
31.2

36.9
35.7
34.8
36.9
28.8
32.3

37.1
36.7

37.4
37.1
27.8
32.3

37.9
39.0
26.4
28.2

32.3
34.4

35.4
37.9
31.1
32.6

38.6
37.2
26.3
32.6
24.8
28.1

31.8
34.3


FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1953 AND 1952


Average
miles
of road
operated




(I o


7.874
7,915
1,468
1,474

10.670
10,671

1,617
1,617

567
567

8,303
d,314

3,223
3,224

6,881
6,887

1,046
1,046

13,094
13,074
8,867
8,825

7,916
7,916

2,333
2,333

8,113
8,136

9.824
9,867

1,193
1.193
1,193
1,104
1,104

891
891

3,242
3,242

6,935
0,950

1,834
1,834
4,601
4,601

159
159
1,568
1,569
4,290
4,291


Operating re

Freight Pass,

Per-
cent
Amount n Amount
crease

(p) (Q) (r)


$23,713
24,577
2,474
5,446

34,413
35,254
4,546
4,790

852
807
28,614
27,862

4,633
4,974
22,266
22,217

4,686
4,711

80,899
76,808

35,542
35,053
28,422
28,295

12,339
11,427

74,105
70,551
66,701
65,562

8,732
7.355

5,528
5,457

7,571
6,988

11,980
11,682

33,204
33,749
12,642
11,316

17,769
16,972
846
792
12,124
11,603

22,749
21,678


d 3.5

d 54.6

d 2.4

d 5.1

5.6

2.7


O 6.9

.2




5.3

1.4


.5

8.0


5.0

1.7

18.7

1.3

8.3


2.5

d 1.6


11.7

4.7

6.9

4.5

4.9


$3,547
3,563
7
33
2,630
3,193

355
380
2
2

1,929
2,266

143
153
1,194
1,127

74
75
8,481
9,197

3,031
3,053

3,157
3,524

550
524
6,590
7,025

5,531
6,451
481
412

307
393
263
309

526
814

1,856
2,099
671
822

1,030
1,327
14
13

39
69
1,170
1,495


venues Operating expenses

enger
Depreci-
A ation in-
Per- Ta All eluded
cent Total mainte- Total
In- nance ceding
crease column

S t) (u) __(v) w)

(Money items in thousands of dollars)*

d .5 #30,698 $10,479 $2,191 $27,348
32,074 10,969 2,123 29,306
d 78. 2,685 867 317 2,133
5,831 1,742 309 3,999
d 17.6 41,004 13,562 2,465 33,103
42,710 14,807 2,637 36,444
S 6.7 5,379 1,500 269 4,723
5,673 1,626 265 5,037
27.4 971 2,477 308 3,985
905 2,727 262 4,342
d 14.9 32,818 13,607 1,996 28,824
32,573 13,674 1,834 30,035
d 6.7 5,142 2,529 298 5,371
5,469 2,524 282 5,571

5.9 25,520 9,342 1,311 22,321
25,456 10,171 1,415 23,517
d 1.4 5,042 1,575 207 4,031
5,082 1,612 196 4,180
d 7.8 97,827 30,108 4,593 66,435
94,685 29,435 4,504 66,413

d4 43,079 11,575 2,086 29,947
42,195 11,708 2,082 29,736
d 10.4 34,422 8,638 1,566 23,227
34,872 9,532 1,407 25,310
5.0 13,312 3,227 680 8,094
12,438 3,729 637 8,928
d 6.2 86,223 27,573 4,168 64,959
83,120 27,075 3,863 64,661
d 14.3 77,908 25,055 3,164 60,773
78,226 23,989 3,063 59,926
10.6 9.394 2,776 392 6,385
7,944 2,717 385 6,253
d 22.1 6,326 2,472 275 5,216
6,407 2.362 264 5,233
S15.0 8,575 1,869 247 4,622
7,950 1,642 244 4,364
d 13,976 4,044 640 9,926
13,686 3,787 614 9,880
d 11.6 38,680 14,503 1,957 30,786
39,614 13,016 1,862 30,188
d 18.4 14,442 4,118 661 9,665
13,217 4,250 671 9,578
d 22.4 20,345 6,791 1,194 15,996
19,919 6,757 1,208 15,827
12.4 920 206 9 578
857 164 9 537
d 56,1 12,549 2,983 310 6,920
12,165 2,488 289 6,672
d 21.8 25,379 7,145 423 16,919
24,855 7,051 424 17,200


Net
rai lway
oper-
ating
Income


Ooer-
ating
ratio
S(per
cent)


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


(x) (v) I (t


$429
d 112

174
636

2,750
1,947

2 156
d 229
S3,266


333
d 886

d 666

1,482
196

377
300

13,250
11,602

5,313
4, 777
4,845
3,875
2,292
1,532
8,130
7,269

3,254
4,179
1,226
571
56o
553

1,510
1,356
1,603
1,552
4,186
4,792

2,057
1,341

1,973
1,796

97
196

1,896
1,634

2,597
2,260


89.1
91.4

79.4
68.6

80.7
85.3
87.8
88.8
410.3
479.8

87.8
92.2

104.5
101.9

87.5
92.4

79.9
82.3

67.9
70.1

69.5
70.5
67.5
72.6
60.8
71.8

75.3
77.8
78.0
76.6
68.0
78.7
82.5
81.7

53.9
54.9

71.0
72.2

79.6
76.2
66.9
72.5

78.6
79.5
62.9
62.6

55.1
54.8
66.7
69.2


34.2
34.2

32.3
29.9

33.1
34.7
27.9
28.7

255.1
301.4

41.5
42.0

49.2
46.1

36.6
40.0

31.2
31.7

30.8
31.1
26.9
27.7
25.1
27.3
24.2
30.0

32.0
32.6

32.2
30.7

29-.5
34.2

39.1
36.9
21.8
20.7

28.9
27.7

37.5
32.9
28.5
32.2

33.4
33.9
22.4
19.2

23.8
20.4
28.2
28.4


Percent Increase computer on units of dollars.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


if heporL ol truntue or trustees.
1j/ Includea Atcnison, Topeka & Santa re; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
I/ Decrease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1953 O 200316


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811.355
12,166

368
2,717

17,322
17,632

2.159
2,364

502
470

14,337
14,460

2,240
2,607

10,673
11,694

2,311
2,404

40,215
38,043

17,291
17,276
14,345
14,346

6,058
5,915
36,38?
36,206

32,985
33,321
4,440
3,865
2,663
2,698

3,714
3,505
6,010
6,041

16,323
16,731

6,261
5,597
8,345
6,327
488
408

6,305
5,819
11,154
10,829


Percent
tran-,
portatlon
expenses
of oier-
atlng
rev enues


Northwestern Region:
1953 Chicago & North Western .. ....... ...... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Chicago Great Western ............................. 1953
1952 1952

1953 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .... ..... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ..... .... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ..................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Great Northern .................. ............... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste.Marle ......... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Northern Pacific ................. .............. 1953
1952 1952

1953 Wisconsin Central# ................ ............. 1953
1952 1952
Central Western Region:
1953 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ................... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Cnicago, Burlington & Quincy ..................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ... .............. 1953
1952 1952

1953 Denver & Rio Grande Western ......... ........... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Southern Pacific Co. ............................. 1953
1952 1952

1953 Union Pacific ................................... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Western Pacific ................................. 1953
1952 1952
Southwestern Reglon:
1953 International-Great Nortneran .................... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Kansas City Southern .............. ............. 1953
1952 1952

1953 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ....................... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Missouri Pacific# ................................. 1953
1952 1952
1953 Texas & Pacific ................ ..... ....... 1953
1952 1952

1953 St. Louis-San Francisco ........................... 1953
1952 1952

1953 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas................... 1953
1952 1952

1953 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ....................... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Texas & Now Orleans ............................... 1953
1952 1952


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