Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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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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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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Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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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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University of Florida
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION I ate t No. M-ISO
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS | A -- JUNE 1953



U.S. DEPOSITOtY
OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS


FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE 1953 AND 1952

Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles -
of road Freight Passenger Percent Percent
operated .N Deprei- Net Oper- maint- tranc-
t close railway atlng nanoe portation
of .onth All at lon in- oper- ratio expenses expenses
of monther- Per- Total mainte- cded Total atling (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount cent Amount cent nanoe in pre- income cent) eating eating
in- in- ceding revenues revenues
crease crease column

(a) (4) (c) (d( _Ce) (f (g) (h) (1) (J) (k) (1) (.

(Money Items in thousands of dollars.)


$867,137 1
762,942


17.2 72,895
78,866


$724,629
618,282


203,569
203,926
1,679
1,701
1,771
1,793

793
793
962
962

2,237
2,242
952
952
1,164
1,220
10,716
10.,703
2,184
2,184
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,186
6.187

212
212
617
618
868
868
236
236
365
365
10,083
10,120
1,310
1,321
831
836
5,114
5,116
2,135
2,135

5,379
5,472

1,786
1,786

337
337
2,766
2,766
6,538
6,539

4,737
4,765

1,032
1,032
4,080
4,145
6,299
6,306


33.3
35.1
31.7
35.3
33.0
32.2
32.2
38.1
28.7
33.0
28.6
36.5
32.6
41.7
29.8
34.1

33.3
35.5
28.2
28.1
36.8
80.2
27.6
29.7

33.4
36.1
27.8
63.7
32.4
30.6
30.0
31.4

30.5
54.8
30.0
31.1

35.3
35.3


d .7.6

d 5.7

d 5.9

d 11.4

a 9,a

d 11.1

1.4

d 3.1

d 9.3

11.4

d 4.5

d 6.5

d 11.0




d 1.9

d 3.6




13.7

d 10.4

3.2

d34.9

d 9.0

d 10.4

d 16.1

d 22.0




d 7.0

30.3

d 13.2

d 7.6

d 20.22

d 14.1


288,503 $39,801
267,746 37,633
2,414 323
2,539 323
4,667 651
4,280 632

1,570 226
1,663 190
2,250 440
2,395 431
4,522 701
4,625 676

1,724 140
1,802 145
2,009 281
1,919 309
23,992 3,334
22,356 3,239

3,934 450
3,140 467
1,665 324
1,265 287
2,775 464
2,622 437
13,891 1,449
11,382 1,385
944 157
686 125

1,754 279
1,554 236
894 152
848 148
1,411 139
1,009 125
1,566 207
1,373 205
31,939 4,920
26,260 4,342
4,255 616
3,279 588
1,197 245
1,022 215

9,527 1,858
10,363 1,769
5,572 927
5,832 880
6,119 677
5,828 643
1,144 168
1,192 145
1,238 207
1,382 218
2,567 330
2,609 308
8,354 1,037
7,232 1,072
7,061 1,002
6,951 898

1,095 180
1,090 172
4,118 688
4,519 784
7,027 986
7,086 j 1,000


Region, road, and year


$647,610
605,925
5,860
5,864

11,277
10,497
3,480
3,639
5,875
5,903
11,588
10,915
4,242
4,Io8
4,885
4,644
57,051
54,159
9,651
8,160

3,395
2,531

7,551
6,920
32,051
26,978
1,581
1,192
4,254
4,031
2,331
2,153
3,244
1,887
4,oo05
3,641
72,612
64,393
8,858
7,591
2,623
2,252
20,650
21,286
11,158
11,232
11,985
11,534
2,871
3,006
2,369
2,499

5,397
5,305
18,507
17,041
14,673
14,319
2,465
2,488

8,988
9,638
15,449
15,279


Average
miles
of road
operated


FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE 1953 AND 1952

Operating revenues Operating expenses

Freight Passenger Percent Percent
Depreci- railway acting cnanoe portation
P r-- All atlon in- oper- ratio expenses expenses
enrt ent Total mainte- clouded Total atlng (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount n- Amount in nanoe in pre- incoe cent) eating eating
crease crease ceding revenues revenues
column
(p) ()i) ( ()e) W(t) (t W1 (0 ) x (r (4) ()


203,613 4,166,277
204,055 3.928,493


$92,642
63,644
592
413

855
902
1,104
436
962
654
1,680
782

350

1,017
616
6,190
2,803
1,730
1,283
1,237
17
964
698

4,443
2,567
780
222

592
409
326
275
295
d___kq

434
32
7,494
3,265
1,485
841
1,027
374
5,497
4,214

2,733
2,107
442
758
353
113

775
642
852
826
2,503
2,594
3,062
1,745
400
344
1,940
1,897
3,326
3,126


35.2
37.6

39.4
40.5

39.6
40.2

32.7
38.8
40.1
42.0
38.1
42.3
42.1
47.5
36.9
41.5

39.8
43.7

35.0
38.1
31.1
61.1

40.7
41.0
37.0
41.8
15.7
36.0

40.7
42.8

37.3
37.4
35.5
37.7
43.5
47.2
39.6
45.1
36.1
42.0
26.2
37.0
30.0
30.7
28.4
29.1
37.1
34.6



22.6
24.9
29.5
28.3

34.5
35.0
32.5
36.6
35.1
36.7
32.2
31.7
30.8
32.8


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 Lehigh Valley ............................. 1953
1952 1952

1953 New York Central ......................... 1953
1952 1952

1953 New York, Chioago & St. Louis ............. 1953
1952 1952

1953 Pittsburgh A Lake Erie ................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Wabash ................................... 1953
1952 1952
Central Eastern Region:
1953 Baltimore & Ohio ........................... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Bessemer t 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 A Eastern ................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Long Island # ............................. 1953
1952 1952
1953 Pennsylvania ............................. 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 & Nashville .................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ........ 1953
1952 1952
1953 Seaboard Air Line ......................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Southern ................................. 1953
1952 1952


7.615
7,186
14,126
13,293
4,877
4,360
7,850
7,262
15,817
12,672
5.283
4,317
6,752
5,635
71.962
63,031

13,951
11,157
4,527
1,578
10,043
8,834
41,541
31,514

3,391
1,076

5,405
5,072
2,989
2,703
4,631
1,842

5.215
4,418

90,376
74,467
11,185
8,996
4,385
2,681
30,257
29,104
16,431
15,395
13,247
13,722
3,585
3,338
4,063
3,703
7,482
7,385
25,043
23,766
20,507
17,580

3,207
3,147
12,457
13,299
22,739
20,902


6.1

4.4

4.8







7.2

16.6




9.1

7.8

17.4

6.4

7.8

33.8

1.3

9.2

25.0

12.0

4.4

3.9

6.7









5.5

11.8

5.0

2.2

6.2

1.9


(Money items in tiousandas dollars)*
a 8. t$4,975,075 $1, 5,44% 1 $232,327 $3,775,095 8503,757 75.9
4,777,274 1.6ll 222,305 3,754,612 402,983 78.6
d 4.1 45.,45 14,04 1,941 36,308 2,532 80.6
43,915 14,0 i 1,896 36,415 1,994 82.9
d 2.1 82,108 25, 3,825 65,877 4,611 80.2
80,44 25,167 I 3.770 64,560 4,670 80.2
d 8.5 27,215 94* 1,373 20,715 4,639 76.1
28,7 1,135 22,460 3,329 78.2
d 4.2 45,5."2 >,,12,81? e2,612 34,751 5,292 76.3
46,o049 4 2,552 36,246 4,736 78.7
d 6. y5i:1S \V,4,I 47 ., 4,196 66,414 10,318 72.9
^ 5,146 .,970 66,271 8,532 77.0


1,679
1,701

1,785
1,793

793
793
962
964
2,237
2,242
952
952
1,181
1,220
10,715
10,710
2,184
2,186
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,186
6,187
212
212
617
618

868
868
236
236
365
365
10,086
10,120
1,310
1,322

831
836
5,115
5,116
2,135
2,135

5,379
5,472

1,786
1,786

337
337
2,766
2,822
6,538
6.539

4,737
4,765
1.032
1,032
4,080
4,145


5,766
5,092

8,244
7,046
4,597
4,046
6,359
5,659
13,923
10,769
4,694
3,764
6,105
5,005
52,865
42,974
13,241
10,509
4,295
1,384
8,900
7,693
36,820
26,887

3,370
1,059
4,600
4,229
2,405
2,107

3,844
1,443
1,466
1,114
69,720
53,141
10,003
7,885
4,146
2,503
27,905
26,721

15,322
14,160
10,886
11,234
3,141
2,825
3,710
3,314
6,568
6,499
20,226
19,586
18,272
15,120
2,741
2,705
10,497
11,110
19,498
17,402


13.2

17.0

13.6

12.4

29.3

24.7

22.0

23.0

26.0

210.4

15.7

36.9

218.3

8.8

14.2

166.5

32.0

31.2

26.9

65.6

4.4

8.2

A--3.1

11.2

11.9

1.1

3.3

20.8

1.3




12.0


34,518
33,065
48,241
46,036
25,435
26,791
36,542
36,590
80,862
75,451
28,925
24,817

34,286
34,647
307,143
281,582

79,507
73,766
24,141
20,566

52,062
48,921
204,427
189,686
14,278
10,669
26,722
26,388
14,672
13,437
23,595
18,876

7,441
6,644
398,500
374,703

59,424
57,196
24.,194
22,677

159,090
168,584
85,836
92,087
72,115
73,022
19,604
18,590
22,266
19,919
41,386
39,403
123,799
121,130

104,875
98,726
17,491
17,161

70,899
71,087


1,036
1,098
4,489
4,769

138
156

795
875
623
701

223
220
294
303
10,630
11,723
202
181
69
72

418
447
2,029
2,280



505
515
292
302



3,521
3,098
11,943
13,332
576
558
7
11

749
823
456
508
1,372
1,635
166
212
165
205
407
437
2,358
1,810
1,091
1,257

159
172
1,028
1,288
1,623
1,893


$404,172
441,350

5,550
5,785
24,913
25,446

880
962
4,726
4,935
3,511
3,754
1,216
1,233
1,797
1,959
58,201
62,160
988
1,093
424
460
2,424
2,483
11,253
12,630

3
4
2,743
2,838
1,564
1,545



18,640
17,452
72,582
80,894

3,547
3,487
42
55

4,140
4,379
2,380
2,633
11,492
12,581
1,178
1,372
1,091
1,339
2,265
2,422
11,600
11,154
6,378
6,983
860
939
7,921
8,978

8,714
10,o80


3,908
980
5,201
5,536
30,220
14,633

11,052
10,156
6,944
4,241
6,380
5,337
23,779
21,115
2,794
1,565

2,340
2,094
2,114
1,975
2,342
i,0o45

d 911
d 2.509
42,690
29,462
8,425
7,068

5,257
3,989
28,566
26,661
11,673
13,037
5,399
7,602
2,169
1,422
4,529
3,081

5,783
5,019
1,5,159
12,853
17,225
12,960
2,960
2,656
12,889
11,981
21,430
15,315


76.2
84.9

74.5
73.8
82.6
86.9
67.8
69.8
76.5
87.9

73.7
75.3
78.6
80.8
62.6
77.8
80.8
81.1
76.1
75.7
66.3
70.8
86.7
93.0
82.1
86.0
76.8
78.6
64.3
72.2
71.2
72.4
74.3
72.5
81.7
72.7
78.4
83.6
59.7
67.2
69.1
70.9
73.2
75.8
71.3
76.7
70.8
73.1
70.5
70.5
66.0
72.3


33.1
33.8
32.6
33.9
31.2
31.3

34.3
34.2
28.1
29.-7
26.8
29.2
29.6
34.3
29.9
29.1

33.9
34.9
28.0
28.7
36.8
42.9
26.0
27.1
34.2
34.3
39.2
46.2
33.6
31.9
29.9
28.3
26.8
27.7
33.6
32.7
35.1
36.3
34.9
34.3

28.9
33.8
33.1
34.3
37.0
37.0

39.4
33.4
31.6
32.8
30.6
35.0
32.7
34.0
31.8
32.9
33.2
35.8
29.9
31.6
32.9
32.1
29.9
32.5


36.4
38.3
41.8
43.0
41.9
42.2

35.4
37.9
42.2
43.3
39.2
40.8
41.8
45.4
38.4
38.6
42.2
45.5
34.2
35.4
32.5
36.9
40.9
41.2

37.7
39.8
18.7
25.2
41.5
43.6
35.8
37.0
35.5
38.4
49.2
56.0

41.4
44.2
36.9
39.3
29.1
31.9
31.2
31.9
31.1
30.0
35.5
32.8

37.5
41.8
24.1
26.7
28.5
28.8
35.2
36.8

33.0
35.6

33.5
34.4
30.9
31.9
30.3
33.7


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
i Report of trustee or trustees.
SDecrease of deficit.


79.2 38.0
84.4 36.5
59.8 27.3
84.0 38.1
68.2 31.5
73.1 35.6
67.9 33.9
73.0 37.9
90.5 46.2
84.1 42.5
80.1 31.9
90.0 35.7
58.3 30.5
67.5 37.3
72.1 34.3
71.8 35.3

73.9 33.4
71.7 30.4
71.5 34.4
81.5 39.5
76.8 34.1
79.1 34.6
72.2 33.1
72.5 34.0
V7.9 30.9
73.1 1 33.9


41->


6,299 120,990 j 8.1
6,306 111,951


d 1,4

d 8.3

d 6.4

d 9.7

d 7.8

d 2.4

d 10.9

d 17.6

d 1.4

1.2




6.8

d 10,.3

1.7

d 22.1

d 5.5

d 9.6

d 8.7

d 14.2

d 18.5

d 6.5

4.o

d 8.7

d 8.4

d 11.8|


32,406
28,181
38,065
38,724
415,404
393,313
83,196
77,452
26,039
22,101
58,961
55,650
230,620
216,919
14,399
10,795
31,479
31,348
18,116
16,887
28,530
23,602
27,514
25,542
522,412
506,554
67,013
64,853
25,492
24,011
171,045
181,536
92,207
99,870

90,515
92,242
22,592
22,082
24,600
22,489
46,800
44,738
151,170
147,600
118,777
113,436
20,414
19,959
85,325
86,409


d 169 134


9,582
9,664
11,366
11,268
140,748
137,168
23.279
22,191

9,590
9,482

15,311
15,080
78.819
74,488
5,649
4,991

10,573
9,992
5,414
4,785
7,649
6,547
9,233
8,341
183,518
183,647
23,398
22,244

7,373
8,127
56,576
62,265
34,154
36,950
35,690
30,770
7,128
7,232
7,518
7,873
15,288
15,192
48,037
48,488

39,463
40,627

6,105
6.313

28,082
27,733
41,792
43,180


836
838
1,786
1,826
19,975
19,038
2,741
2,774
1,894
1,666
2,771
2,607
8,635
8,305
914
709
1,542
1,429

903
839
833
738
1,243
1,223
25,492
23,377
3,661
3,426
1,477
1,294
10,972
10,608
5,462
5,206
4,069
3,799
976
873

1.243
1,242
1,953
1,840

6,117
6,394
5,868
5,247
1,039
1,017

4,044
4,283
5,844
5,835


24,706
23,924
28,350
28,568
343,024
341,850
56,382
54,0o68
19,909
19,429
43,477
41,908
181,255
175,260
9,009
8,398
25,423
25,431
13,780
12,784
18,919
16,703

23,860
23,751
428,918
435,801
51,489
50,967
16,394
17,338
121,838
131,389
68,484
72,370

73,935
67,061
17,711
18,453
14,673
15,115

32,325
31,699
110,663
111,811
84,654
87,018
14,452
14,588
60,128
60,928
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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 JUNE 1953 AND 1952 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE 1953 AND 1952
Operate revenuesOeratn expensesOperating revenues Operatinge expenses
Miles Percent- Percent Average Percent Percent
of road Freight Passenger Deprecl- Net Ooer- mainte trans- Region, road, and year miles Freight Passenger Deprel- Net Oper- alnte- trane-
operated ation in- railway eating nance portation of road ation in- railway sting nanoe portation
at close Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses operated Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month cent cent Total mainte- in pro- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- cent cent Total nainte- in per- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount in- Amount in- nance ceding Income cent) ating eating Amount in- Amount in- nanoe ceding income cent) atlng eating
crease crease column revenues revenues crease crease column revenues revenues

(a) (b) (o) d) (e) (f () (h) () (J) ) (1)(a) I(n) t.....IA...... (C )CrCso)(p(q) t) W(k))((u) (v)(w)(x W()W(Y) (z)(. )
(Money teams in thousands of dollars)* Northwestern Region: (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
7,874 $13,701 17.6 *2,11 d 3.6 $17,651 $6,579 $1,116 $15,599 #417 88.4 37.3 43.9 1953 Chicago & North Western ..................... 1953 7,874 $77,215 5.6 $10,729 d 1.2 $98,551 $35,775 $6,582 $88,165 $1,371 89.5 36.3 45.7
7,897 il,648 2,194 15,679 6,052 1,055 14,456 d 278 92.2 38.6 45.9 1952 1952 7.912 73,088 10,861 95,499 35,258 6,354 88,666 d 1.79 92.8 36.9 48.4
1,468 2,692 9.7 23 72.8 2,901 794 159 1,872 384 64.5 27.4 30.2 1953 Chicago Great Western .................... 1953 1,468 12,239 d 23.0 52 d 31.5 13,154 3,791 952 9,069 1,772 68.9 28.8 31.9
1,474 2,453 13 2,660 853 157 1,944 278 73.1 32.1 31.8 1952 1952 1,474 15,899 79 17,066 5,178 937 11,931 1,810 69.9 30.3 32.9
10,670 17,993 2.4 1,626 d 11.0 21,931 9,.72 1,232 19,377 617 88.4 42.7 38.6 1953 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ...... 1953 10,670 105,786 1.1 8,005 d 14.2 126,903 47,847 7,382 107,712 5,875 84.9 37.7 40.1
10,671 17,570 1,826 21,580 8,407 1,230 18,715 727 86.7 39.0 40.6 1952 1952 10,671 104,658 9,328 -127,474 7,881 7,621 111,300 4,393 87.3 37.6 42.6
1,617 2,150 d 1.6- 137 d 32.9 2,471 975 134 2,476 dj 373 100.2 39.5 52.9 1953 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ...... 1953 1,617 13,610 2.9 936 6 11.9 15,867 5,343 807 14,874 d 1 2 93.7 33.7 52.6
1,617 2,185 -- 204 2,635 903 131 2,383 78 90.4 34.3 48.8 1952 1952 1,617 13,224 1,063 15,818 5,176 794 14,724 d 1:228 93.1 32.7 53.0
567 7,210 680.9 8,371 1,275 159 3,363 1,519 40.2 15.2 24.1 1953 Duluth, Miseabe & Iron Range ............... 1953 567 21,550 64.7 4 d 27.2 25,025 7,844 951 16,788 2,949 67.1 31.3 32.8
569 923 1 1,118 1,129 131 1,942 d 1,028 173.8 101.0 61.3 1952 1952 568 13,088 5 15,171 7,638 790 15,076 d 1,136 99.4 50.3 43.6
8,303 21,719 27.2 1,301 d 11.1 24,948 8,873 1,020 17.432 3,124 69.9 35.6 29.1 1953 Great Northern .................... ...... 1953 8,303 106,211 9.9 6,054 d 14.1 121,128 46,405 6,066 94,886 9,728 78.3 38.3 33.9
8,314 17,074 1,463 19,870 8,030 940 15,540 1,414 78.2 40.4 31.5 1952 1952 8,314 96,624 7,049 -- 112,259 44,374 5,559 93,118 6,217 82.9 39.5 36.9
3,223 3,380 d 1.1 97 d 9.1 3,682 1,467 122 3,000 394 81.5 39.8 35.8 1953 Minneaoolil, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marle ... 1953 3,223 16,538 d 4. 417 d 4.4 18,156 8,464 866 17,218 _a 4 94.8 46.6 41.5
3,223 3,419 106 3,721 1,369 142 2,836 595 76.2 36.8 34.1 1952 1952 3,224 17,309 436 18,871 8,309 842 17,432 d 26 92.4 44.0 42.0
6,880 13,993 10.6 765 14.0 15.975 5,870 667 12,685 1,658 79.4 36.7 35.6 1953 Northern Pacific .......................... 1953 6,881 75,453 6.5 3,705 5.9 85,807 31,720 3,952 71,539 6,775 83.4 37.0 8.9
6,881 12,653 671 14,446 5,218 308 11,336 1,280 78.5 36.1 35.5 1952 1952 6,885 70,853 3,500 80,981 31,436 3,851 69,872 4,793 86.3 38.8 40.1
1,046 2,471 23.9 58 6.1 2,687 867 104 2,023 250 75.3 32.3 36.8 1953 Wisconsin Central # ......................... 1953 1,046 15,017 9.5 242 .5 16,198 4,897 620 12,169 1,645 75.1 30.2 38.6
1,046 1,994 55 2,184 808 100 1,961 d 20 89.8 37.0 44.9 1952 1952 1,046 13,717 241 14,823 4,974 596 12,377 713 83.5 33.6 42.8
Central Western Region:
13,095 46,015 10.7 4,676 d 17.8 54,935 17,045 2,376 36,963 7,411 67.3 31.0 30.0 1953 Atchlson, Topeka & Santa Fe a_/ .......... 1953 13,095 260,001 11.1 24,378 d 16.8 309,625 100,235 13,938 211,977 40,853 68.5 32.4 29.8
13,072 41,569 5,691 51,644 16,549 2,285 35,729 6,454 69.2 32.0 30.7 1952 1952 13,073 234,112 29,308 290,225 95,935 13,604 208,105 33,100 71.7 33.1 31.9
8,867 18,364 17.3 2,008 7.4 22,640 8,073 1,060 17,469 1,740 77.2 35.7 35.6 1953 Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy .............. 1953 8,867 110,050 10.9 9,516 1.2 133.233 40.313 6,303 95,830 14,683 71.9 30. 35.7
8,808 15,652 1,870 19,726 7,768 1,049 16,401 1,052 83.1 39.4 37.2 1952 1952 8,811 99,232 9,401 121,446 39,623 6,268 92,041 10,756 75.8 32.6 36.8
7,910 15,325 d 4.1 1,796 d .1 18,975 5,494 793 12,954 2,644 68. 29.0 32.4 1953 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific .............. 1953 7,912 86,961 2.5 9 484 a 6.2 105,902 29,166 4,744 73,120 14,079 69.0 27.5 34.0
7,916 15,973 1,798 19,274 5,420 750 13,189 2,699 68.4 28.1 33.5 1952 1952 7,916 84,816 10,114 104,251 30,266 4:386 76,547 11,479 73.4 29.0 36.9
2,313 6,558 26.1 304 d 5.1 7,098 2,454 345 4,951 936 69.8 34.6 28.3 1953 Denver & Rio Grande Western ... ......... 1953 2,320 38,713 13.6 1,808 11.8 41,916 12,687 2,045 27,736 6,203 66.2 30.3 29.1
2,333 5,200 321 5,798 2,099 319 4,412 637 76.1 36.2 32.3 1952 1952 2,333 34,066 1,618 37,084 11,954 1,924 27,057 4,433 73.0 32.2 33.3
8,113 43,798 5.7 3,367 d 10.7 50,463 15,690 2,199 37,074 4,570 73.5 31.1 36.6 1953 Southern Pacific Co. ...................... 1953 8.113 238,982 6.4 19,118 d 18.6 275,878 88,855 12,804 207,819 25,172 75.3 32.2 36.9
8,102 41,435 3,769 48,594 15,041 2,082 35,235 5,829 72.5 31.0 35.7 1952 1952 8,126 224,525 23,497 266,774 84,343 11,787 200,148 27.757 75.0 31.6 37.0
9,824 37,007 17.7 3,602 d38 6.8 44,159 15,125 1,636 33,274 2,584 75.4 34. 33.9 1953 Union Pacific............................... 1953 9,824 214,692 10.0 17,194 d 13.0 250,808 85,276 9,613 193,779 12,074 77.3 34.0 35.6
9,843 31,436 3,866 38,647 14,437 1,549 31,575 796 817 37.4 36.1 1952 1952 9,859 195,245 19,765 234,707 81,984 9,219 186,879 8,693 79.6 34.9 36.6
1,193 4,444 20.8 280 18.5 4,867 1,551 213 3,332 764 68.5 31.9 27.8 1953 Western Pacific .......................... 1953 1,193 27.732 22.1 1,601 2.6 30,013 9,076 1,212 20,088 4,147 66.9 30.2 27.9
1,193 3,678 343 4,153 1,311 180 2,920 633 70.3 31.6 29.0 1952 1952 1,193 22,714 1,560 24,889 8,065 1,118 18,331 2,766 73.7 32.4 31.2
Southwestern Region:
1,104 2,900 20.3 187 d 19.6 3,329 1,346 150 2,772 331 83.3 40.4 37.1 1953 Internatinnel-Great Northern # .............. 1953 1,104 17,288 7.3 944 d 19.2 19,772 7,754 857 16,119 2,030 81.5 39.2 36.5
1.104 2.411 233 2,917 1,240 132 2,623 136 89.9 42.5 41.0 1952 1952 1,104 16,111 1,169 18,949 7,393 791 15,921 1,420 84.0 39.0 39.0
891 3,337 7.8 169 2.0 3.802 1,035 127 2,433 596 64.0 27.2 30.7 1953 Kansas City Southern ..2........... .... 1953 891 21,768 6.1 837 d 7.1 24,714 5,854 751 14,194 4,404 57.4 23.7 28.4
891 3,095 165 3,544 849 124 2,095 619 59.1 24.0 29.4 1952 1952 891 20,519 901 23,372 5,383 739 13,301 3,952 56.9 23.0 28.6
3,242 6,597 11.3 305 a 20.7 7,617 2,293 327 5.356 922 70.3 30.1 32.8 1953 Miseouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ... ......... 1953 3,242 38,058 7.0 1,675 d 25.4 43,877 12,944 1,930 31,141 5,098 71.0 29.5 33-7
3,242 5,926 385 6,860 1,952 317 4,953 790 72.2 28.5 35.4 1952 1952 3,242 35,555 2,244 41,386 11.760 1,888 29,879 4,674 72.2 28.4 35.6
6,935 17,602 7.9 1,077 d7.7 20,495 7,977 1,001 16,350 2,158 79.8 38.9 35.3 1953 Missouri Pacific # .......................... 1953 6,935 103,004 3.1 5.587 119,742 45,865 5,924 95,915 12,657 80.1 38.3 36.2
6.950 16,319 1,167 19,505 7,334 959 15,354 2,060 78.7 37.6 35.5 1952 1952 6,950 99,900 6,106 117,816 42,149 5,659 92,480 12,861 78.5 35.8 37.1
1.8314 6,174 9.8 419 d 5 7,073 2,251 326 4,981 993 70.4 31.8 315 1953 Texas & Pacifio ............................. 1953 1,834 38,758 11.0 2,054 13.3 44,104 13190 1,965 29,909 6,294 67.8 29.9 306
1,834 5,625 422 6,595 2,069 337 4,708 1,212 71.4 31.4 324 1952 1952 1,834 34,921 2,370 40,608 12,415 2,017 28,273 5,494 69.6 30.6 31.6
4,601 10,032 8.6 513 d 13.7 11,379 3,87 606 8,115 1,434 71.3 29.8 34.2 1953 St. Louis-San Fran o ..................... 1953 4,601 56,660 8.1 2,968 d 17.5 64,496 20,562 3,602 48,528 7,187 75.2 31.9 354
4,601 9,234 594 10,681 3,464 595 8,034 .1,330 75.2 32.4 35.4 1952 1952 4,601 52,410 3:596 61,007 20,526 3,625 47.889 6,744 78.5 33.6 37.1
159 354 d 29.1 5 d 28.8 376 101 4 309 3 82.2 26.9 45.8 1953 St. Louls-San Francisco & Texas .......... 1953 159 2,553 2.8 35 d 14.2 2,738 6o8 27 1,780 254 65.0 22.2 34.8
159 499 7 531 110 5 301 62 56.6 20.7 30.0 1952 1952 159 2,484 41 27,692 527 28 1,646 380 61.1 19.6 34.3
1,567 6,083 12.1 31 d 9.7 6,316 1,716 157 3,743 961 59.3 27.2 26.5 1953 St. Louis Southwestern Lines .............. 1953 1,567 37,139 6.7 135 d 38.4 38,504 10,124 934 22,219 5,642 57.7 26. 26.1
1,569 5,427 34 5,689 1,412 151 3,459 1,117 60.8 24.8 29.5 1952 1952 1,569 34,806 720 36,495 8,174 879 20,402 5,750 55.9 22.: 27.7
4,290 10,601 7.1 670 d 14.8 12,057 3,698 210 8,781 1,165 72.8 30.7 34.9 1953 Texas & New Orleans ......................... 1953 4,290 67,033 4.0 3,671 6 17.4 75,260 22,579 1,263 52,603 6,964 69.9 30.0 33.0
4,291 9,899 787 11,456 3,819 211 8,739 895 76.3 33.3 35.8 1952 1952 4,291 64,449 4,443 73,824 22,184 1,269 52,619 6,447 71.3 30.1 34.6


* Percent increase computed on unite of dollars.
# Report of trustee or trustees.


a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka
d Decrease or deficit.


& Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1953 0 270312


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