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Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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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.
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"Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS





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


FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST 1953 AND 1952


Freight


Operating revenues

Passenger


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

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


203,546
203,949
1,679
1,701

1,771
1.793

793
793
962
962
2,237
2,242
952
952

1,164
1,218

10,716
10,718

2,185
2,184

221
221

2,393
2,393

6,186
6,187

213
212

617
618

868
868
236
236

365
365
10,083
10,120
1,310
1,320

831
836

5,115
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

4,079
4,146
6,299
6,306


$721,867
696,573
5,744
5,373
8,095
7,416

4,522
4.329

5,996
6,334

13,988
13,400
4,616
4,032

5.855
5,998
51,346
46,768
14,064
13,737
4,o00
4,075
9,088
7,934

37.301
35,148
2,888
3,368
4,264
4,561

2,586
2,362

3,898
3,350
1,090
1,154

71,188
66,292
10,275
9,852
4,329
3,643

30,253
27,767

16,486
15,504
9,453
9,530
2,966
2,922

3,363
3,326
6,839
6,813
22,624
20,922
17,277
15,387
2.903
2,782

9,497
9.835
18,649
19,394


Operating expenses

Depreci-
All atlon In-
mainte- eluded Total
nance in pre-
ceding
column

(g) (h) (1)


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


(31) (k)


Percent
malnte-
. ance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(M}


(Money items in thousand of dollars)*


3.6

6.9

9.1

4.4


d 5.1

4.4

14.5




9.8

2.4

d 1.8

14.6

6.1

d 14.3




9.5

16.3




7.4

4.3

18.8

9.0

6.3




1.5

1.1

.4

8.1

12.3

4.4

d 3.4

d31.8


.73,853
77,343
1,137
1,198

4,593
4,423

222
223

787
830
620
670

277
262

305
312

9,787
10,329
162
169

67
76
464
507
1,773
1,941

2
I

532
530
300
301



3,476
3,245
11,616
12,907

545
550
6
11

729
854

493
545
1,458
1,555
224
244

234
225

445
476

2,189
2,107
1,280
1,295

165
176

1.078
1,138
1,844
1,988


d 4._ '




3.8

d 4




a 7.4

5.7

d 2.2




d 4.3

d 11.7

d 8.4

d 8.7

10.4

.4

d .2._2




7.1

d 10.0

d .9

d 48.1

d 14.6

d89.7

d 6.2

d 8.1

3.9

d 6.4

3.9

d 1.1

d 6.1

d 5.3

d 7.3


$39,07 8 648,135 94,037 7.8 32.8
38,a11 623,856 1 8,043 73.8 1 31.3


$866,981
845,018

7,695
7,385
14,141
13,288
4,884
4,729

7,457
7,925
15,925
15.406

5,243
4,576

6,598
6,620

69,591
65,499

14,881
14,482

4,232
4,363

10,305
9,148

41,814
39,673
2,904
3,394
5,068
5,425

3,130
2,947

4,713
4,459

4,849
4,614

91,989
87,717
11,409
11,021
4,585
3,835

32,838
30,153
17,612
16,694

11,853
11,968

3,437
3,427

3,794
3,731
7,785
7,789
27,372
25,337

19,750
18,121
3,376
3,400
11,509
11,813
22,240
23,014


8284,120
264,682
2,336
2,436
4,091
4,067

1,782
1,754

2,256
2,244

4,855
4,491

1,619
1,597
2,054
1,596
23,183
22,860

3,881
3,803

1,619
1,379
2,642
2,588

13,999
12.559

773
763
1,699
1,653

988
859

1,303
718

1,544
1,388
32,801
25,847
4,037
3,989
1,360
1,049

9,244
9,626
5,666
5,532

5,714
6,111

1,097
1,168

1,250
1,305
2,693
2,479

7,928
8,261

6,629
6,503

995
1,010

3,696
3,728
7,615
6,431


76.1
80.4
78.0
81.2

75.8
81.3

78.8
74.4
75.6
75.5
79.1
84.4

74.2
66.9

80.8
83.6
65.0
63.6

77.0
69.7

75.2
77.5
77.1
75.6
49.8
40.9

77.3
78.2

77.1
75.4
67.0
54.2
80.8
81.0
80.7
75.6

75.0
76.8
61.4
67.6
62.9
67.8

65.5
66.4

95.7
97.2
81.9
86.8
63.6
66.8

71.4
68.0

66.0
72.5
70.8
77.7
69.8
69.6

72.1
71.4
72.7
65.7


30.4
33.0

28.9
30.6

36.5
37.1

30.3
28.3
30.5
29.2

30.9
34.9

31.1
24.1

33.3
34.9
26.1
26.3

38.3
31.6
25.6
28.3

33.5
31.7
26.6
22.5

33.5
30.5
31.6
29.2

27.6
16.1

31.9
30.1

35.7
29.5

35.4
36.2
29.7
27.4
28.1
31.9
32.2
33.1
48.2
51.1

31.9
34.1

32.9
35.0
34.6
31.8

29.0
32.6

33.6
35.9

29.5
29.7
32.1
31.6

34.2
27.9


Miles
of road
operated
at lose
of month




(a)


Region, road, and year





(n)


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(m)


35.9
36.5

40.1
41.5

42.7
43.9

33.5
38.3
42.7
40.8

38.7
40.0
42.9
44.4

37.1
37.2

41.2
42.4
33.9
32.3
31.8
31.4
42.9
42.0

37.4
38.0
18.5
14.7
38.3
42.6

35.6
36.3

35.3
34.1
45.4
47.1

40.0
41.1

34.9
35.8
25.3
31.7

28.7
29.7
27.9
27.7

39.8
38.5
40.1
43.5

25.2
26.7

28.8
28.4
31.4
34.0
32.4
36.6

33.7
33.1
32.6
32.5
32.2
31.9


Average
miles
f road
operated


Operating revenues


Freight Passenger

Per- Per- Total
Amount cent Amount cen
in- in-
crease crease

tn ) _ot (1. tn\ 1t


203,601 $5,611,655 7.4
204,028 5,226,776


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

1453 Grand Trunk Western ......................... 953
1952 1952

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

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

1953 New 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 I ....................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Long Island# ............................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Pennsylvania ............................... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Reading .................................... 1953
1952 1952

1953 Western Maryland ........................... 1952
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


45,526
43,249
64,048
59,996

34,233
34,673
48,430
48,019

108,412
98,775

38,160
32,037
46,094
45,223

410,067
368,464

107,324
97,262

32,028
26,031

70,645
64,566

276,774
249,955
20,377
15,056

35,502
35,135
19,916
18,000

31,402
23,335

9,738
8,857
539,206
487,003

79,399
74,373
32,238
28,681

215,547
217,830
116,679
119,436
91,218
92,059

25,598
24,271
29,254
26,313
55,209
52,792

167,667
160.668

139,271
127,563
23,096
22,789

89,876
90,289

158,754
148,976


5.3

6.8




.9

9.8

19.1

1.9

11.3


10.3

23.0

9.4

10.7


35.3

1.0

10.6

34.6

9.9

10.7


6.8

12.4

1.0







5.5

11.2

4.6

4.4


9.2

1.3




6.6


554,740
595,981
7,765
8,158

34,081
34,399
1,293
1,387
6,368
6,604

4,835
5,106

1,752
1,758

2,463
2,603

78.,188
82,874

1,307
1,412

564
604

3,459
3,434
15,052
16,697
5
6

3,783
3,910
2,167
2,167



25,661
24.251
96,424
106,526
4,660
4,570

54
76

5,676
6,027

3,382
3,730
14,484
15,.94

1,596
1,831

1,535
1,774
3,135
3,323
15,685
15.202

8,938
9,548
1,214
1,294

10,151
11,262

12,321
14,414


FOR EIGHT MONTHS ENDED WITH AUGUST 1953 AND 1952

Operating expenses


Deprecil-
All ation in-
mainte- eluded Total
nance in pre-
ceding
column
UMI


(Money Items in thousands of dollars)*
d 6.9 $ 86,711,890 I $2,219,713 | S311,049
6,364,145 2,134,082 1298.791


d 4.8

d .9

d 6.8


d 3.6



d 5.3



d .4

d 5.7

d 7.4

d 6.6

.7

d 9.9

d 9.7


















d3.2
5.8

d 9.5i

2.0

d 28.7

d 5.8

689.3

d 7.7

d 12.8

d 13.5

d 5.7

3.2

d 6,4

d 6.1

d 9.9

d 14.5


59,899
58,142
109,841
106,191

36,699
37,379
60,413
60,584

122,615
113,218
42,886
36,532

51,346
50,581

554,782
516,560
112,584
102,228

34,399
28,015

80,097
73,675

312,312
285,982

20,534
15,227

41,847
41,829
24, 60
22,607

37,992
29,407

37,357
34,997
704,814
659,983

89,289
84,299

34,034
30,408

232,515
235,317

125,317
129,706
114,530
116,113
29,490
28,777
32,415
29,674
62,451
60,022

203,918
195,548

158,119
147,581

26,946
26,734
108,321
109,544

184,288
176.850


19,506
19,918

33,755
33,012
12,813
13,184
17,421
18,223

34,051
34,004

12,806
12,593
15,462
14,847

187,696
180,118

30,974
29,462

12,784
11,873
20,696
20,209

106,469
97,190

7,467
6,126

13,981
13,190

7,373
6,506

10,108
7,884
12,344
11,178
248,674
228,596
31,484
29.4o06

10,034
10,059

75,144
81,440

45,540
47,499
47,346
42,849

9,367
9,626
10,074
10,526

20,751
20,220

63,680
63,628

52,862
53,994
8,084
8,421

35,736
35,490
56,643
56,486


2,579
2,563

5,123
5,031
1,824
1,517
3,516
3,416

5,602
5,329
1,113
1,116

2,395
2,411

26,625
25,544

3,655
3,707
2,541
2,246

3,722
3,488
11,561
11.119

1,224
988
2,077
1,899
1,207
1,136

1,112
988
1,657
1,633

33,975
32,260
4,888
4,624

1,971
1,726

14,698
14,168

7,325
6,965
5,425
5,071
1,311
1,198

1,662
1,680

2,613
2,465

8,218
8,561

7,882
7,109

1,397
1,355

5,423
5,835

7,878
7,825


85,082,604
4,972,951

48,143
48,480

87,861
85,784
28,041
29,865
U6,684
48,055

90,513
88,938

33,170
31,268

38,306
37,817
456,837
447,116

75,746
71.,722
26,438
24,616

58,958
55,929
245,605
230,893
12,114
10,527
33,648
33,761
18,568
17,189

25,095
20,466

31,806
31,256

576,503
557,801
68,701
66,673

21,938
22,076
163,lu4
171,728
91,299
93,504
97,101
90,169

23,425
24,402
19,511
20,028
43,578
42.399

146,831
146,864

113,089
115,498

19,154
19,137

77,085
78,047

123,928
126,538


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
SReport of trustee or trustees.
d Decrease or deficit.


U UNIV.OF FFL L L.










I U.S. DEPOMITOMY


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


1,679
1,701

1,782
1,793

793
793
962
963

2,237
2,242

952
952

1,177
1,220

10,716
10,712

2,184
2,186

221
221

2,393
2,393
6,186
6.187

213
212

617
618
868
868

236
236

365
365
10,086
10,120

1,310
1,321

831
836

5,115
5,116

2,135
2,135

5, 79
5.472
1,786
1,786

337
337
2,766
2,808

6,538
6,539

4,737
4,765

1,032
1,032
4,080
4,146

6,299
6.306


5,859
5,936
11,037
10,783

3,700
3,844

5,875
5,900
12,042
11,636
4,146
3,864

4,898
4,429
56,232
54,762

9,679
9,203

3,259
3,040

7,752
7,093
32,222
29,984

1,445
1,389

3,916
4,243
2,413
2,223

3,159
2,417
3,918
3,738
74,230
66,277

8,559
8,463
2,816
2,593
20,655
20,447

11,540
11,092

11,343
11,638

2,815
2,975

2,414
2,494

5,556
5,294
18,078
18,357
13,984
14,081

2,357
2,366
8,297
8,438
16,171
15,113


593
445
869
693

921
433
784
1,012
1,479
1,553
310


963
1,099

5,679
4,765

2,16.
2,297

1,329
1,268
980
818
4,378
4,578

696
1,309

569
494
341
386

345
793
269
148

7.267
10,134

1,572
1,484

1,092
798
6,710
5,339
3,381
2,792

725
613

333
226

605
558
870
1,010

3,707
2,722

3,209
2,011

535
536
1,885
1,771
2,858
3,282


$686,306 75.7
563,102 78.1

3,540 80.4
2,345 83.4


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
nf oper-
ating
revenues

(z1


33.1
33.5
32.6
34.3

30.7
31.1

34.9
35.3
28.8
30.1

27.8
30.0

30.1
34.5
3'*. 5

30.1
29.3
33.8
34. 9
27.5
28.8

37.2
42.4

25.8
27.4

34.1
34.0
36.4
4o.2

33.4
31.5
30.1
28.8

26.6
26.8

33.0
31.9

35.3
34.6

35.3
34.9

29.5
33.1

32.3
34.6

36.3
36.6
41.3
36.9

31.8
33.4
31.1
35.5
33.2
33.7
31.2
32.5

33.4
36.6

30.0
31.5

33.0
32.4

30.7
31.9


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues




36.3
38.1

41.7
43.0

42.3
42.9

35.2
38.5
42.5
43.5

39.3
41.5
42.3
45.8

38.4
39.3
42.1
45.1

34.3
35.5
32.5
37.0
41.0
41.4

37.9
40.1

18.2
22.8
41.4
43.6

35.5
37.0

35.4
37.8
48.2
53.2
41.0
44.2

36.7
39.1

28.5
32.4

31.0
31.9

30.5
29.8

36.5
34.0

38.2
42.2

24.0
26.6
28.6
28.9

34.7
36.4

33.0
36.3

33.8
34.2

31.4
32.1

30.6
33.5


6,209
5,616

6,286
3,991
6,768
6,188
13,150
10,429

4,437
635

7,097
6,983
41,114
20,500

15,162
13,218

9,405
5,772

8,597
6,945
32,041
28,109
4,189
3,122

3,322
2,930

2,869
2,676

3,239
1,734
274
d 2,O08

57,123
47,057
21,387
9,370

7,167
5,150
40,091
34,343
17,183
17.391
6,325
8,330
2,765
1,759

5,881
4,086

7,498
6,795

21,717
17,687
23,256
15,956

3,948
3,644

16,464
15,282

27,516
20,893


80.0
80.8

76.4
79.9
77.3
79.3
73.8
78.5

77.3
85.6
74.6
74.8

82.3
86.6
67.3
70.2

76.9
87.9

73.6
75.9
78.6
80.7

59.0
69.2
80.4
80.7

75.9
76.0

66.1
69.6
85.1
89.3
81.8
84.5

76.9
79.1
64.5
72.6

70.1
73.0

72.9
72.1

84.8
77.7
79.4
84.8

60.2
67.5

69.8
70.6

72.0
75.2

71.5
78.3
71.1
72.7

71.2
71.2

67.3
71.6


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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 AUGUST 1953 AND 1952 FOR EIGHT MONTHS ENDED WITH AUGUST 1953 AND 1952

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Avera...an.gFr ige Perse..gt Per....nt
of rofd Freight Passenger Net Oper- Freight Pasen.ger -D- Net Oper- mainte- trans-
operated Depreci- railway sting nance portation Region, road, and year of road atio In- railway eating nance portatlon
at lose A nation in- oper- ratio expenses expenses operated Per- Per- All clouded oper- ratio expense. expenses
of month Per- Per- Total te- lauded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- cent cent Total ainte- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount ent cent t n nance Ipre- income cent) eating eating Amount in- Amount in- nance ceding inooe cent) eating eating
in- In- ne cing revenues revenues creas crease column revenues revenues
crease crease clumn cras cese column
(a) (b)() (e (f)M ()(h) (1) 1 (J) (W(1) I ()n)I (o (p)() (r) (s) (t) (u) vI (w) (x) (Y) (Z) (aa)

(Money Items in thousands of dollars)* .(Money Items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
7,874 $14,692 d j.5 $2,136 2.5 $18,708 $6,400 $1,115 $15,439 $1,173 82.5 34.2 41.7 1953 Chicago & North Western ..................... 1953 7,874 8105,971 6.3 $15,173 d 1.6 $135,532 $48,904 $8,829 $119,575 $2,784 88.2 36.1 44.9
7,897 14,770 2,191 18,848 5,816 1,078 15,074 1,890 80.0 30.9 42.8 1952 1952 7,908 99,682 15,424 130,449 46,929 8,475 118,608 d 40 90.9 36.0 47.6
1,468 2,925 d .4 30 21.7 3,160 901 160 2,037 390 64.5 28.5 30.0 1953 Chicago Great Western ....................... 1953 1,468 17,901 a 16.6 112 24.319,275 5,518 1,271 13,042 2,557 67.7 28.6 31.4
1,474 2,937 38 3,168 917 157 2,212 339 69.8 28.9 31.6 1952 1952 1,474 21,476 148 23,084 6,974 1,251 16,225 2,363 70.3 30.2 32.7
10,670 18,446 a 10.1 1,666 d 11.5 22,577 8,328 1,229 18,873 1,033 83.6 36.9 39.9 1953 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacifio ...... 1953 10,670 142,023 d .J 11,370 d 12.8 171,285 65,209 9,839 145,807 7,476 85.1 38.1 40.0
10,671 20,521 1,882 24,838 7,902 1,226 18,825 2,347 75.8 31.8 37.9 1952 1952 10,671 142,675 13,036 173,724 63,436 10,078 148,472 7,869 85.5 36.5 41.9
1,617 2,642 d 9.0 217 d 8.9 3,097 940 135 2,555 138 82.5 30.4 45.7 1953 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ...... 1953 1617 18,854 2.3 1,360 d 10.7 22,012 7,366 1,075 20,131 1891.5 33.5 50.7
1,617 2,905 238 3,399 852 132 2,566 373 75.5 25.1 44.8 1952 1952 1,617 18,432 1,523 21,999 6,917 1,057 19,713 89.6 31.4 51.1
567 7,969 3.7 1 d 70.3 9,295 1,439 161 3,705 1,790 39.9 15.5 22.8 1953 Duluth, Miseabe & Iron Range ................ 1953 567 37,168 70.0 6 d 34.2 43,190 10,808 1,270 24,277 6,430 56.2 25. 28.8
569 7:684 2 8981 1:364 151 3:,769 3,484 42.0 15.2 25.0 1952 1952 568 21,861 9 25,466 10,070 1,143 20726 1,596 81.4 39.5 37.4
8,303 21,971 da 6.3 1,133 d 19.7 25106 7,850 1,031 16,682 3297 66.4 31.3 30.2 1953 Great Northern.............................1953 8,303 150,307 9.7 8,641 d12.3 171,870 63,065 8,124 129,271 16,163 75.2 36.7 32.7
8,314 2345 1411 26997 7,55 1029 16613 4144 61.5 27.9 29.2 1952 1952 8,314 137006 954158,911 59,366 7541 125,330 12,080 78.9 37.4 35.4
3,223 3,888 d 11.4 168 d ,7 4,294 1,539 148 3,207 818 74.7 35.8 33.5 1953 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ... 1953 3,223 24,048 d 4.0 750 d 1.7 26,466 11,541 1,162 23,599 897 89.2 43.6 39.1
3,223 4:387 -- 169 4:803 1,432 14 3,155 906 65.7 29.8 31.6 1952 1952 3224 25,051 763 27,401 11,175 1,128 23,607 1,266 86.2 40.8 39.5
6,880 14,090 3.6 728 .1 16,033 5,931 673 12,977 1,186 80.9 37.0 37.2 1953 Northern Pacific ............................ 1953 6880 104,192 6.2 5,340 8.1 118,607 43,941 5,296 97,979 9586 8.6 37.0 3.3
6:881 14,b:622 728 16,595 5,844 645 12,867 1,581 77.5 35.2 36.1 1952 1952 6,884 98,106 4,939 112,021 43,047 5,141 95,047 7,226 84.9 38.4 39.3
1,046 2,587 d 2.8 68 15.8 2,833 908 105 2,124 292 75.0 32.2 36.9 1953 Wisconsin Central # .......................... 1953 1i046 20,223 9.6 381 1.4 21,889 6,758 830 16,489 2,240 75.3 30.9 38.2
1,046 2,662 58 2,894 751 100 2,015 587 69.6 25.9 37.9 1952 1952 1,046 18,449 376 20,018 6,540 796 16,425 1,287 82.0 32.7 42.4
6Central Western Region:
13,095 40,812 19.4 5,479 3.0 50,516 17,031 2,404 36,267 5,989 71.8 33.7 31.6 1953 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ .............. 1953 13,095 349,665 10.6 34,996 12.9 1850 135,279 18,729 286446 54,6 684 323 29.8
13,072 34,181 5,321 44,010 15,900 2,314 34,687 3,838 78.8 36.1 35.4 1952 1952 13,073 316,058 40,180 392,014 129,251 18,218 279,225 46,742 71.2 33.0 31.7
8,867 20,258 1.2 2,109 2.7 24,650 8,161 1,081 17,723 2,714 71.9 33.1 33.3 1953 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ................ 1953 8,867 151598 9.2 13,739 26 183597 56,832 8,455 131,616 20612 71.7 31.0 349
8,807 20,014 2,053 24:334 6,988 1,041 16,325 3,196 67.1 28.7 33.2 1952 1952 8,810 138,875 13,390 169,543 54,095 8,359 125,337 16,859 73.9 31.9 36.0
7,885 14,056 1.7 1,746 9.9 17,391 5,365 790 17,391 565 790 12,647 2,101 72.7 30.9 34.3 1953 Chicago, Rok Island & Paific ..............1953 7,908 117,963 3.0 13,041 61 143,97 40,293 6326 99,386 19074 690 280
7,916 13:818 1,938 17,31 5:242 756 12,591 1,892 72.7 30.3 35.0 1952 1952 7,916 114,519 13,892 140,899 41,010 5,894 102,557 15,761 72.8 29.1 36.3
2,313 6,892 d 5.2 346 d.7.1 7,477 2,051 347 4,705 1,166 62.9 27.4 29.2 1953 Denver & Rio Grande Western ................. 1953 2,318 51,906 11.7 2,566 9.6 56,385 17,173 2,739 37,594 8,125 66.7 30.5 29.4
2,333 7,272 373 7,930 1,928 343 4:817 1,284 60.8 24.3 30.5 1952 1952 2,333 46,474 2,340 50,743 15,926 2,603 36,464 6,144 71.9 31.4 33.2
8,113 39,490 d 4 3,785 d .8 46,704 15,356 2,228 36,730 4,059 78.6 32.9 39.3 1953 Southern Pacific Co. ........................ 1953 8,113 320,082 5.4 26861 d 136 371,607 120,129 17233 282,959 3,2 7. 32.3 37.5
8,113 39.662 3,815 4,-- 47125 14,792 2,002 36,178 4:023 76.8 31.4 39.2 1952 1952 8,120 303,749 31,074 360,493 115,097 15,784 273,617 35,942 759 31.9 37.6
9,824 406091 .5 3,725 d4.3 47,651 15,470 1,658 36,117 2,234 75.8 32.5 36.5 1953 Union Pacifici............................... 1953 9,824 293,617 8.9 25,291 d 8.3 345,476 116,018 12,923 265,366 16,695 76.8 33.6 35.8
9,843 39.877 3,893 47336 14,14 1559 33727 3,589 713 29.9 34.9 1952 1952 9,855 269,661 27,566 323,864 110,447 12,332 253,082 13,926 78.1 341 36.2
1,193 4,940 5.6 264 5,335 1,438 221 3,329 851 62.4 26.9 27.5 1953 Western Paifio ............................. 1953 1,193 36,842 17.8 2,240 1.0 40,028 12,34 1650 26,998 5,485 674 30.3 28
1,193 4,677 317 5,122 1,557 184 3,652 507 71.3 30.4 32.6 1952 1952 1,193 31,278 13351 11,202 1,442 25,273 3,700 73.6 32.6 31.3
Southwestern Region:
1,104 2,662 8.0 187 d 23.7 3,054 1,205 150 2,644 304 86.6 39.5 40.6 1953 International-Great Northern # .............. 1953 1,104 22,706 7.9 1,325 d 18,1 25,974 10,223 1,156 21,482 2,681 82.7 39.4 37.4
1,104 2:465 245 2,997 1,132 133 2,510 293 83.8 37.8 39.5 1952 1952 1,104 21,053 1,618 24,877 9,729 1,055 21,017 1,916 84.5 39.1 39.2
891 3,540 6.7 144 d 10.3 4,037 1,237 128 2,615 736 64.8 30.6 29.0 1953 Kansas City Southern ........................ 1953 891 28,672 6.5 1,146 d 5.6 32,613 8,284 1,005 19,418 5,709 59.5 25.4 28.8
891 3,319 161 3,850 909 124 2:248 667 58.4 23.6 29.4 1952 1952 891 26,927 1,213 30,787 7,161 990 17,737 5,216 57.6 23.3 28.9
3,242 6,049 d .4 285 d 23.3 7,119 2,270 329 5,299 801 74.4 31.9 34.9 1953 Misseouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................. 1953 3,242 50,635 5.8 2,253 d 24.5 58,544 17,625 2,586 41,919 6,740 71.6 30.1 33.7
3,242 6:073 -- 372 7,018 2,074 316 5,077 892 72.3 29.6 34.9 1952 1952 3,242 47,859 2,983 55,550 15,957 2,521 40,141 6,330 72.3 28.7 35.4
6,935 16,492 d 3.4 1,1180 d 9.3 19,083 7,856 1,008 16,245 1,607 85.1 41.2 38.0 1953 Missouri Pacific ....................... 1953 6,935 138,956 2.1 7,803 d 8,1 160,945 61,832 7,934 128,870 17,043 80.1 38.4 361
6,950 17,073 1,225 20,273 7,498 972 15,744 2,301 77.7 37.0 35.4 1952 1952 6,950 136,18 8,490 160,341 57,328 7,596 124,583 17,960 77.7 35.8 36.5
1,834 6,157 9.9 437 d4 .73 7,064 2,207 326 4,913 948 69.6 31.3 31.1 1953 Texas & pacific ............................. 1953 1.834 51,331 11.0 2,9422 d8.8 58,541 17,646 2,617 ,39959 8,325 68.3 302 30.8
1:834 5:604 440 6:635 2:199 328 4,951 954 74.6 33.1 32.4 1952 1952 I,834 46,261 3,227 53,990 16,895 2,683 38,166 7,267 70.7 31.3 31,8
4631 9,557 2.0 546 d 5.6 10,921 3,326 614 8,083 1,417 74.0 30.5 35.7 1953 St. Louls-San Francisc.oo ..................... 1953 4,601 75,55 7.1 4.069 14.6 86,138 27379 4,819 65,008 9.668 75.5 31.8 35.7
4,601 9,373 2 58 10,823 3,348 597 7,899 158 73.0 30.9 35.0 1952 1952 4,601 70,542 4,765 81,963 27,267 4,821 63,676 9,424 77.7 33.3 36.8

159 46 7 3.5 11 24.5 490 94 5 279 62 57.0 19.2 30.7 1953 St. Louls-Ban Francisco & Texasa ............. 1953 159 3,508 2.3 55 5 d4. 3,736 801 38 2,374 377 63.5 21.4 34.4
159 451 9 486 83 4 279 42 57.4 17.1 33.5 1952 1952 159 3,430 57 3,708 695 36 2,190 468 59.1 18.8 33.4
1,567 5,407 1.3 30 d 36.9 5,631 1,767 158 3,755 825 66.7 31.4 29.1 1953 St. Louis Southwestern Lines................. 1953 1,567 48,424 6.8 194 d36.2 50,236 13,740 1,249 29,863 7,356 59.4 27.4 26.6
1,569 5,339 48 5,626 1,376 151 3,370 1,151 59.9 24.5 29.4 1952 1952 1,569 45,355 305 47,577 11,048 1,181 27,195 7,912 57.2 23.2 28.0
4,290 10,344 2.2 692 di7.,8 11,776 3,701 216 8,818 690 74.9 31.4 36.3 1953 Texas & New Orleans ......................... 1953 4,290 87,820 4.3 5,088 d 14. 98,951 29,990 i,695 70,396 8,372 71.1 30.3 33.9
4,291 10,125 750 11:664 3,290 211 8,593 855 73.7 28.2 38.8 1952 1952 4,291 84,203 5,950 96,662 28,763 1,693 69,692 8,232 72.1 29.8 35.6


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


a/ Includes Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Banta Fe.
d/ Decrease or deficit.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1953 0 270310




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