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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 )
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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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Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00149
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Preceded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam roads
Succeeded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large railways

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3 1262 08731 1063 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION r : saPR.L1No.Ms
OPER TIN RE EN3 1 3 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS APRIL 1953


o 8 1953. OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS D



SFOR THE MONTH OFAPRIL 1953 AND1952 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED I TH APRIL 1953 AND 1952

Miles Ing en-uOperating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight senger Percent Percent Average-Freight Passenger erntern
operated Depreci- Net Oper- mainte- trans- Region, road, and year mile Freight P enger Percent Percent
at close Per- Per- All action in- railway ating nance portation of road Net Oper- mainte- trans-
f month cent l eluded ope- ratio expenses expenses operated- Deprecl- railway atn nance portation
Amount n- Amount nt Total nom e cent) ng ne Amount cent Amount cent Total malnte- eluded Total sting (r- of oper- of per-
crease column revenues revecrease revenues revenues reae ance in ore- income cent) satng atina
columncreasecerevenues revenues

(a ) (b ) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h ) (1) (j ) (k ) (1) (n) ( n) (o) ( ) (A) ( ) iA (t u column L a (aa )
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
203,596 711.494 9.1 $64,516 d 6.6 6845,455 281,510 g 39,204 $632,311 $93,29 74.8 33.3 35.1 1953 Total--Roads listed herein .................... 1953 20,65 $2,731,393 3.4 $266,632 7.8 3,264,486 ,074,695 3,575. 2,488,025 $323,1 76.2 32.9 36.8
203,992 652,251 69,102 7i,94 275,523 7,250 626,747 66,146 79.2 '4.8 37.8 1952 Re 1952 0,110 2,640O,708 289,097 3,200,783 1,067,452 146,997 2,512,660 262,857 78-5 33.3 38.7
1,679 5956 7.0 48 d 4.7 7,64 2,499 33 6002 47 78.7 3.8 40.0 1953 Boston & Maine ............................. 1953 1 679 3,0612.5 3,64 d 1.0 0,5 ,88 1,95 4,49 1564 1.2 3.8 2.3
1,701 5,567 890 7,226 2,513 300 6,053 317 83.8 34.8 42.9 1952 1952 1,701 72,498 3,732 29.351 9,987 1,752 24,563 1,153 83.7 33.7 44.0
1792 8176 3.5 4,102 4.3 13,814 4,492 636 11,068 77 80.1 32.5 40.5 1953 New York, New Raven & Hartford ............1953 1,792 31,746 1.7 16,347 ..L3 54,250 16,708 2,524 43,708 2,65 80.6 30.8 2.6
1793 7,899 3,932 13302 346 630 10793 67 81.1 327 41.7 1952 Great Lakes Region: 1952 1,793 31, 201 16,569 53,856 16,670 2,510 3375 3,059 80.5 31.0 42.
793 4,144 15. 132 d 12.9 4,442 1,741 229 3,586 668 80,7 39.2 35.1 1953 Delaware & Hudson... ...1953 793 16,639 d 8.1 622 d 6.5 17,932 6,213 920 13,797 2,887 76.9 34.6 35.8
793 4,382 152 4,704 1,653 185 3,704 602 78.7 35.1 37.1 1952 1952 793 18,179 665 19,510 6,401 760 15,03 2,390 77.0 32.8 38.3
962 6,220 2.2 788 d 7 7710 2,207 434 5,818 90 75.5 28.6 41.1 1953 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ........ 1953 962 23,460 d 4.1 3,170 2.29551 8,426 1739 23,04 3,05 7.0 28.5 3.4
963 6,085 818 7,666 2,367 427 6,110 729 79.7 30.9 43.1 1952 1952 964 24,451 3,252 30,730 8,935 1,694 24,249 3,138 78.9 29.1 44.2
2 13757 14.7 555 d 64 15477 4,137 701 11135 1,824 71.9 26.7 86 1953 Erie...........1953 227 52,963 2.3 2,313 d4.7 59,660 15,654 2,794 43,526 6,865 73 0 26.2 39.8
11990 593 13683 4,355 661 1098 1,171 80.3 31.8 1.2 1952 1952 2 51,764 2,427 58,645 15.838 2,625 43,794 6,452 74.7 270 40.7
952 4,993 21.9 196 d 1.0 5,553 1,618 141 4,251 699 7.6 29.2 42.7 1953 Grand Trunk Western ........................1953 952 18,803 11.6 831 .4 21,135 6,190 558 16,236 2,573 76.8 9.3 42.7
952 4,097 198 --- 4,656 1,694 143 4,061 52 87.2 36.4 45.6 1952 1952 952 16,850 828 19,134 6,160 555 15,783 1,195 82.5 32.2 45.2
1,164 5,883 3.8 311 3.1 6,512 1,942 292 4755 925 73.0 29.8 37.1 1953 Lehigh Valley ..............................1953 1.189 22,180 d 6.6 1,226 5 24,67 7,392 1,180 18,635 3,235 75.5 9.9 39.1
1,220 5,667 321 6,359 1,995 299 4,883 914 76.8 31.4 39.3 1952 1952 1,220 23,746 1,355 26,545 7,408 1,214 19,133 3,944 72.1 27.9 38.3

10,716 52,451 11.7 9,006 5.7 69894 24043 3,328 57,059 6,40 1.6 4.4 40.8 1953 New York Central................ ........ 1953 0,715 202,272 5.4 38236 d 4.0 73,67 93,41 13,30 22,970 19,1 8 83.7 4.1 :2.7
10,703 46,9451 9,546 64,846 22,233 3,192 55,123 3,838 95.0 34.3 44.1 1952 1952 10,714 191,809 39.835 264,354 90,788 12,576 230,466 8,884 87.2 34.3 46.3

2,18 13337 13.5 155 d 2.2 13912 3776 453 9102 ,02 65.4 27.1 32.8 1953 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ..............1953 2,14 52974 4.1 635.05,239 15,403 1,841 37,146 7,473 67.2 7.9 33
2,184 11,74?7 159 12,298 3,685 455 9,046 1,359 73.6 30.0 37.4 1952.1952 2,187 50,874 747 53,196 15,398 1,816 36.872 7,021 69.3 28.9 34.7

21 4,015 10.3 68 d 6.2 4,353 1,626 318 3,308 1,178 76.0 7.4 31.6 1953 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................. 1953 21 15,530 1.6 2927.9 16,9 6,348 1,26 11,26 4,311 783 7.5 33.
221 3,640 72 3,905 1,666 282 3,385 72 86.7 42.7 36.3 1952 1952 221 15,281 317 16,388 6,650 1,97 13,719 3,193 81.7 0.6 35.8
2,393 8,992 10.0 364 .8 10,161 ,619 64 7, 365 1,197 7 2.5 25.8 39.9 1953 Wabash.................................... 953 2,393 34,510 3.7 1,615 .3 9,12 q.777 1,839 28,439 4,498 72.7 5.0 o.
2,393 8,176 '61 9,289 ?'677 447 7,165 804 77.1 28.8 41.2 1952 1952 2,193 33,290 1,609 37,7?20 ,844 1,712 27.008 3,819 74.0 06.1 41.1
Central Eastern Region:
213 2,702 12.9 2,724 793 154 1,368 701 50.2 '9.1 17.2 1953 Bessemer & Lake Erie .. ............ 1953 13 7,476 13.3 1 d 46.4 7,560 3,96 603 5,91 1,196 78. 50.7 21.8
12 ,394 1 2,414 88 125 1,500 391 62. 7.2 20.6 1952 1952 212 6,57 3 6,687 3,34 460 5,58 764 3.6 50.2 26.8
617 4,458 1.7 442 7.8 5,264 1,738 256 4,228 390 80.3 33.0 40.9 1953 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ............ 1953 617 17,530 d5 1,773 d .920.732 7,048 96 16,934 1,248 81.7 34.0 1.
618 4,300 480 5,152 1,795 242 4,355 194 84.5 34.8 44.2 1952 1952 618 17,624 1,844 20,924 6,720 957 17,160 1,275 82.0 32.1 44.3

68 ,513 18.7 38 14.2 3,082 911 151 ,295 36 74.5 9.6 34 6 1953 Chicago & Eastern 11.......... .................. 1953 868 9 729 6.3 1,17 2.2 2,049 3,52 599 9.093 1428 75.5 9.5 35.7
868 2,118 209 2,647 812 119 2,114 254 79.9 30.7 38.4 1952 1952 868 9,149 995 11,455 3,120 543 8,510 1,384 74.3 27.0 36.5

236 3,823 25.1 4,610 132 139 3,166 32 68.7 8.7 35.9 1953 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................1953 236 15,500 10.6 1881 4,90 554 12,428 1,564 6.1
236 3,057 3,878 1,188 124 2,866 136 73.9 30.6 39.8 1952 1952 236 14,0171- 17,494 4,450 489 11,997 865 68. 2. 3.0
365 1,236 3.3 3,119 5.4 4,596 1,569 207 3,976 .... 86.5 34.1 48.3 1953 Long Island # ..............................1953 365 4,694 6.9 11,872 5.5 17,516 6123 829 15938 d 1,47 91.0 35.0 51.7
365 1,196 2,960 4,375 1,407 204 3,7301 9 85.2 32.2 48a6 1952 1952 365 4,390 11,256 16,664 5,634 814 16,422 d0 2605 98.5 33.8 40.3
10,085 67.900 7.9 12,197 d 6. 89,036 30,904 4,711 71. 413 8,204 80.2 34.7 40.0 1953 Pennsylvania............................... 1953 10,087 257,996 1.2 49,200 d9. 340,601 119,813 16,344 283,329 26,236 83.2 35.2 42.3
10,120 62,934 13,001 84,778 30,502 3,911 72,386 5,179 85.4 36.0 43.8 1952 1952 10,120 254,948 54,630 343,616 123.353 14,887 294,987 20,555 85.8 35.9 44.4

1,310 9,609 1.5 598 2.1 10,895 3,762 608 8,296 1,48 76.1 4. 36.5 1953 Reading........... ..... ..........1953 ,310 39,1501.8 2,394 3.0 44,366 15,155 2,37 945,391 76.5 3
1,322 9,469 585 10,758 3,696 570 8,464 1,147 78.7 34.4 37.7 1952 1952 1,322 39,869 2,324 45,166 15,108 2,264 34,847 5,074 77.2 33.4 38.9
831 j.,956 6.3 9 9.1 4,168 1,189 241 ,648 879 63.5 28.5 28.4 1953 Western Maryland...........................1353 981 15,760 d .027 d20.4 16,595 4,877 941 10,993 3,239 66.2 29.4 30.4
836 3,722 8 3,921 1,514 216 3,069 513 78.3 38.6 32.3 1952 1952 836 16,293 35 17,211 5,679 863 12,140 2,916 70.5 '3,0 11.0

5,116 2655 d 775 3.8 9,109 9,617 1,32 20,502 491 70.4 3.0 30.6 1953 Che eake& Ohio .................... 1953 5,116 102, 79 d 8.8 2,6?5 d 5.0 19,8657,627 7,4 80,652 17207 74 .2 32.0
5,117 26,972 747 29,202 1O,477 1,797 21,769 3,891 74.5 3 5.9 32.3 1952 1952 5,117 112,:415 2,765 120r,48 41,665 7.018 88,370 17.146 73.3 3.6 32.7

2,135 14,787 2.6 380 d,,9 15,854 5,701 916 11,353 2,17 71.6 36.0 29.7 1953 Norfolk & Western ..........................1953 2,15 5,666 d 114 1,41 d 8. 59.222,89 3,695 6,6 6,63 76.8 8.1 32
2,135 14,405 395 15,639 6,727 873 11,950 1,757 76.4 40.1 30.6 1952 1952 2,115 62,874 16(76 681261 24,824 3,450 49,0160 8,819 72.2 36.4 30.9
5,379 12,657 1.5 1,922 d 6.9 15,760 6,312 677 13,276 824 84.2 0.0 7.7 193 Atlantic Coat Line........................1953 5 ,79 49,08 8,830 L. 62 761 23,690 2,715 50,00 ,020 79.7 37.7 35.2
5,472 12,475 2,066 15,705 5,086 632 11,998 1,566 70.7 32.4 32.0 1952 1952 5,472 19,781 9A,9521 63,613 19.475 2,522 44,075 -5,720 69.1 30.6 30.2
1,786 3,48 7-5 205 d10.9 3,937 1,201 159 3,046 388 77.4 0.5 37.4 1953 Central of Georgia .........................1953 1,786 13,193 5.4 88 12. 15,282 4,811 67 11,931 1,97 8.1
1,786 3,199 230 ?,813 1,262 146 ,i161 246 82.3 33.1 40.3 1952 1902 1,786 12,517 958 14,982044820 593 12.335 -49 82.3

337 3,863 144 166 d 1.3 4,236 1,259 208 2.72 787 58.4 9.7 23.7 1953 Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific .........1953 337 14,568 10.7 780 d 17.2 16,210 5,079 829 9,9 2,804 61.2 .3 24.9
337 3,376 196 3,821 1,329 212 2,577 472 67.4 34.8 27.3 1952 1952 337 13,157 943 14,966 5,120 810 10,049 1,928 67.1 '4.2 07.4

2,766 7,261 11.3 363 1.4 8,160 268 326 5494 1082 67.3 2.9 271 193 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ........................1953 2,766 ,25 7.1 1,498 d_ 3139 10,114 1,294 21,512 ,134 67.6 1.8 28.1
2,766 6,522 358 7,371 2,545 307 5,268 813 71.5 34.5 28.7 1952 1952 2,850 26,147 1,584 29,921 9,996 1,222 21,088 3,394 70.5 334 29.1

6,538 2114 7.2 1,759 1.6 25.650 7,664 1,19 17,964 3,004 70.0 9.9 33.9 1953 Illinois Central ......................... 82 3 7,490 d .4 100707 31846 ,045 74188 9,865 737 1.6 35.8
6,539 19,726 1,731 24,007 8,444 1,065 18,800 1,813 78.3 35.2 36.8 1952 1952 6,539 82,2'9: 7,518 100,042 32,880 4,257 76,188 8,468 76.2 30.9 37.2

4,737 17,543 6.4 1,042 .1 19,905 6,801 985 14,343 2,634 721 34.2 32.6 1953 Louisville & Nashville .. .....1953 4,737 69,124 2.4 4,282 d 8.2 8,542 5,965 3,873 55,797 11,257 71.0 33.1 2.
4,765 16,493 1,041 18,890 4,911 878 14,529 2,127 76.9 36.6 35.0 1952 1952 4,765 67,508 4,666 77,473 26,890 3,463 58,010 9,463 74.9 34.7 35.0

1,032 3,156 3.5 139 1.9 3,638 1,108 171 2,480 553 68.2 0.5 31.0 1953 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ......... 1953 1,032 11,99135 574. 13,985 4,044 63 9,644 2,06 9.0 8.9 32.7
1,032 3,09 137 3,509 1,077 172 2,29 520 69.2 30.7 31,9 1952 1952 1,032 11,586 620 13,482 4,120 672 9,598 1,870 71.2 06 33.7
4,080 12,0271 2.1 1,21 d6.3 14,712 4,944 674 10,295 2,202 70.0 33.6 30.0 1953 Seaboard Air Line.........................1953 4,080 4,435 1.9 5909.619,564 2,675 41,536 8,751 70.,5 3.2 30.6
4145 1, 21 1: 10 14,545 4,788 773 10,345 2,005 71.1 32.9 31.7 1952 1952 4,145 47,517 6,536 58,619 18,629 2,687 41,28 7,951 70. 1.8 3.1
6,299 20,414 9.8 1,302 d 16.6 23,349 6,948 971 15,131 3,770 64.8 29.8 29.4 1953 Southern... ...1953 6,299 80,818 7.2 5,635 d 16.6 93,072 27,566 3,875 61.111 14,798 65.3 29.6 70.3
6,306 18,587 1,561 21,926 7,349 947 15,998 2,182 72.9 13.5 '3.2 1952 1952 6,306 75,405 6.756 98,246 28,989 3,849 65-093 9,437 72.9 32.5 34.4

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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
Decrease or deficit.









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


i3 AND 1952 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL 1953 AND 952


enses
Percent- Percent
Net Oper- mainte- transe-
railway eating nance portation
oper- ratio expenses expenses
Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
income cent) eating eating
revenues revenues

() (.) (k) (1) (m)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


$14,755
14,903
1,789
1,996
18,275
18,288

2,499
2,412

3,501
3,288
16,210
15,926
2,910
2,970
12,096
11,611
1,944
2,061

35,685
35,551
16,101
15,253
11,963
12,480
4,886
4,492
34,080
33,079
32,772
32,073
3,446
2,986
2,698
2,704
2,319
2,315

5.172
5,173
15,840
15,665
4,909
4,593
8,007
8,005

299
272
3,941
3,483
8,686
8,690


$688
d 996
432
261

952
537
a 181

2,443
1,346
2,805
2,036
d ll9

1,272
1,289

323
133
7,063
5,101
2,421
1,410

2,242
1,795
889
609
4,320
4,779
2,254
594
647
45o
446
259

743
683
910
652
2,504
2,131
1,104
978
1,321
999
60o
35
933
938
1,094
992


87.5
98.2
65.1
71.8

85.5
89.4
93.3
102.5
56.0
66.5
74.8
80.2
94.3
96.3

80.3
84.3
69.4
83.1
67.7
74.1
71.9
78.7
69.3
74.1
70.0
75.2
75.1
73.6
76.9
84.4
67.5
72.6

77.2
83.0
56.4
56.8
69.5
75.5
76.8
80.2
65.6
68.4

73.2
80.6

58.4
66.3

59.3
56.7
69.9
70.8


36.8
41.3
26.6
30.4
39.5
39.5
35.6
39.5
22.0
25.5

36.9
38.3
48.3
47.3
37.2
38.9
27.3
34.0
33.6
35.7
31.6
34.9
28.3
29.6

34.9
34.3
32.9
31.5
35.5
40.1
30.6
31.9
37.7
38.7
22.9
24.1
29.7
31.0

36.9
38.1
29.2
30.2
31.5
35.9
21.4
21.0
29.8
24.9

30.7
29.6


43.4
49.3
31.5
34.7
38.9
42.3

50.2
54.9
31.6
37.8
32.3
35.7
39.7
42.6

35.4
38.0
36.0
42.0

27.9
31.7
34.2
37.4
33.4
36.9
28.1
33.1
35.9
35.7
33.6
35.3
27.8
30.6

33.9
38.6
27.8
27.6
32.3
35.8
34.4
36.6
28.9
30.7
33.9
36.6
30.1
36.7
24.2
26.1
32.2
34.7


Region, road, and year


Northwestern Revlon:
1953 Chicago & North deatern ...................... 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. Marie ..... 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 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ................ 1953
1952 1952
1953 Cnicago, 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 Region:
1953 Internatlonal-Great Northern# ............. 1953
1952 1952
1953 Kansas City Southern ........................ 1953
1952 1952
1953 Miesouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................. 1953
1952 1952
1953 Missouri Pacific# ............................ 1953
1952 1952
1953 Texas & Pacific ............................. 1953
1952 1952
1953 St. Louie-San Francisco ........ .......... 1953
1952 1952
1953 St. Louls-San Francisco & Texas ........... 1953
1952 1952
1953 St. Louise Southwestern Lines .............. 1953
1952 1952
1953 Texua & New Orleans .......................... 1953
1952 1952


Average
miles
of road
operated



Sal


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
8,867
8,813
7,914
7,916

2,323
2,333
8,113
8,131
9,824
9,867

1,193
1,193
1,104
1,104
891
891

3,242
3,242
6,935
6,950
1,834
1,834
4,601
4,601

159
159
1,567
1,569
4,290
4,291


Operating revenues


Operating expenses


Freight Passenger Depreci-
ation in-
Per- Per- All cluded
Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- in pre- Total
in- in- nance ceding
crease crease column $

(p) (q) (r) ( ) (t) (u) (v) (w)


450,050
48,222
6,832
10,829

70,742
69,564
9,212
8,980
7,310
5,655
64,835
60,538
10,093
10,505
49,060
46,271
10,017
9,395
172,246
155,181
74,065
67,601

58,558
56,204

25,496
23,063
154,991
144,899
142,495
131,789
18,702
15,197
11,683
11,057
14,883
14,156

25,300
24,014
68,976
67,240
26,199
23,019
37,148
34,225
1,749
1,614
25,272
23,623
46,010
43,952


3.8

d 36.9

1.7

2.6

29.3

7.1

d 3.

6.0

6.6

11.0

9.6

4.2

10.6

7.0

8.1

23.1

5.7

5.1

5.4

2.6

13.8

8.5

8.4

7.0

4.7


46,816
6,852

23
52
5,106
5,985
649
691

3
3
3,753
4,404

261
269

2,341
2,222
140
145

15,667
18,318

5,947
5.858
6,193
6,637
1,180
1,002

12,752
15,422
10,759
12,439
1,033
d97
599
742
522
581
1,112
1,527

3,552
3,892
1,280
1,535
1,887
2,441
23
27

79
148

2,373
2,906


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
d,5 $63,907 $22,911 14,370 $57,440
62,875 23,297 4,245 59,312
S 56.7 7,365 2,267 634 5,382
11,580 3,482 622 8,065
d 14.? 84,327 29,475 4,921 69,279
84,485 30,508 5,171 73,115
d 6.0 10,786 3,411 539 9,915
10,688 3,404 530 10,008
d 6.0 8,459 5,250 634 9,851
6,419 5,317 527 9,796
d 14.8 73,718 29,264 4,024 60,820
70,279 28,478 3,684 61,445
d 3.0 11,137 5,232 599 10,953
11,483 5,469 561 11,585

5.3 55,678 20,272 2,623 46,693
52,864 20,486 2,838 46,573


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
13,072
8,867
8,808
7,910
7,916

2,313
2,333
8,113
8,118
9,824
9,867

1,1 93
1,193
1,104
1,104
891
891
3,242
3,242
6,935
6,950
1,834
1,834
4,601
4,601

159
159
1,567
1,569
4,291
4,291


$13,463
11,740

2,555
2,621

17,769
16,686
2,320
1,954

5,362
4,326

.9,137
17,195
2,801
2,844

13,343
12,068
2,583
2,298
44,778
38,828
18,605
15,917
14,185
13,684
6,439
5,550
39,501
37,448
36,780
31,597
4,744
3.756
3,068
2,815

3,566
3,610
6,510
5,899
17,834
16,637
6,580
5,807
9,679
8,546
482
373
6,422
5,832
11,050
10,760


14.7

d 2.5

6.5

18.7

23.9

11.3




10.6

12.4

15.3

16.9

3.7

16.0

5.5

16.4

26.3

9.0

a 1.2

10.4

7.2

13.3

13.3

29.3

10.1

2.7


41,596
1,558
12
9
1,264
1,353
141
140
1
1
947
1,060

59
55
608
572
35
36
3,684
4,617
1,409
1,335
1,464
1,521

297
222
2,932
4,197

2,670
2,870
248
249
140
176
134
128
298
334
835
885
323
359
431
545
3
6
15
26
60o
686


2.4

41.8




.6




d 10.7

6.1

6.4




d 20.2

5.5




33.8

od 30.1

d 7.0

d .2

O 20.2

5.0

d 10.8

d 5.




d 20.9

d 57.6

ad 42.0

a 12.2


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


(x)


$674
d 1.93o

1,000
1,214

5,114
3,380

d 955



4,504
1,637
d 667

4,208
2,491
1,116
526
28,001
22,581
11,088
8,494

9,744
7,353
4,310
3,089
16,857
16,493
8,073
6,761
2,683
1,487
1,407
1,073
2,989
2,717

3,392
3,238
8,782
8,886

4,337
3,035
4,535
3,802
194
280
3,827
3,555
4,960
4,501


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

(y) (z) (aa)


89.9
94.3
73.1
69.6

82.2
86.5
91.9
93.6
116.5
152.6
82.5
87.4

98.3
100.9

83.9
88.1
74.6
82.5
67.4
71.4
69.3
72.7
67.9
73.7
64.3
71.5
75.5
76.0
77.1
78.8
66.7
75.3
79.8
82.2

55.7
55.8
70.7
71.4
79.3
77.8
66.1
70.5
76.3
79.7
62.9
62.2

56.3
54.9
68.3
69.5


35.9
37.0
30.8
30.1

35.0
36.1
31.6
31.8
62.1
82.8
39.7
40.5
47.0
47.6
36.4
38.9
28.9
32.4
31.7
32.7
27,8
29.7
26.3
28.6
28.1
30.4
32.6
32.1
33.5
33.8
29.7
32.7
38.1
37.7
23.0
22.1
29.2
28.0

37.6
34.8
28.9
31.2
32.6
34.3
21.7
19.1
25.5
21.6
29.4
28.8


* Percent increase computed on units of Ooll-rs.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


# report of truotoo or truoteos.
a/ Incluuea Atohilon, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, boloraao & Santa Fe; anu Panhandle & Santa Fe.
A Decrease Of defliot. U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1953 0 200316


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Miles
of road
operated
at close
of month


$16,863
15,175
2,750
2,780
21,365
20,455
2,678
2,352
6,254
4,945
21,666
19,854

3,088
3,085
15,064
13,776
2,801
2,479
52,684
7,956
22,385
19,380

17,252
16,832

6,985
5,974
45,382
44,970
42,643
38,016

5,105
4,111

3,494
3,258
4,110
4,074
7,441
6,853
20,625
19,542

7,479
6,716
10,935
9,931

411
6,650
6,145
12,420
12,272


$6,205
6,264

733
844

8,438
8,085

954
929
1,373
1,260
8,004
7,612
1,491
1,459

5,602
5,362
766
842
17,728
17,137
7,078
6,771
4,874
4,988
2,437
2,048
14,924
14,169

15,143
15,236
1,563
1,311

1,317
1,262

942
981
2,213
2,127
7,606
7,440
2,183
2,027

3,449
3,561
109
86
1,984
1,530
3,811
3,627


$1,090
1,061

159
157
1,226
1,217

135
132

157
134

1,017
926
151
140

656
713
103
99
2,318
2,268
1,054
1,047

796
740
340
326
2,151
1,949
1,600
1,533
201
184
145
131
129
125

321
325
989
947
326
332
601
605

5
5
155
148
210
212


413
395
9,214
9,046
4,187
4,171

3,158
2,889
1,360
1,282

8,433
7,751
6,357
6,128
791
753
559
526
497
492
1,282
1,252

3,924
3,746
1,313
1,344

2,394
2,425
18
18
619
581
844
847


8,039
8,361
138,109
136,546
61,854
59,537
48,038
50,887
17,713
17,824

135,387
130,778
127,511
123,806
13,426
12,388
10,635
10,610

9,405
8,974
20,605
20,007
63,570
61,399

19,703
18,835
32,245
31,845
1,187
1,091
14,734
13,582
35,144
34,886


d 14.5

1.5

d 6

17.8

d 17.3




15.2

d 19.2

d 10.1

d 27.2








d 8
16.6

22.7

0 16.9

d 46.5

d 18.4


10,777
10,133
204,919
191,360
89,264
81,927

70,791
69,036
27,569
24,946
179,223
172,179
165,283
157,210
20,140
16,463

13,334
12,901
16,882
16,075
29,144
28,012
80,156
78,878
29,802
26,716
42,253
39,977
1,886
1,754
26,167
24,764
51,448
50,190


3,116
3,286
65,ooo
62,567
24,819
24,300
18,637
19,723

7,743
7,583
58,393
55,192
55,429
53,083
5,972
5,382
5,085
4,863

3,875
3,555
8,520
7,834
30,133
27,473

8,598
8,335
13,769
13,720
409
336
6,674
5,359
15,126
14,467


I mi I.,