Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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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
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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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31262087311527 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION '

BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS A.. j




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


FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER 1953 AND 1952

Operating revenues Onerating expenses
ot road Freight Passenger Percn Net Oer-tran
oer e nation olin- railway sting nance portation Region, road, and year
a t t loed All 'tlu' oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month Per- Per- Total malnte- eluded Total eating (pr- of oper- of oper-
Amount cent Aount cn nance in pre- income cent) eating eating
in- e in- nte ceding
crease crease column revenues revenues

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) ((J) (k) (1) (m) (n)


203,570
203,981
1,679
1,701
1,771
1,793

793
793
962
962
2,237
2,242

952
9,

1,164
1,218
10,716
10,718

2,18
2,184
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,186
6,187
213
212
616
618

868
868
236
236
365
365
10,083'
10,120
1.310
1,320
873
878
5,114
5,116
2,135
2,135

5,379
5,471
1,786
1,786

337
337
2,766
2,766
6,537
6,539
4,737
4,765

1,032
1,032
4,079
4,145

6,289
6,306


631,800 $93,725
634,295 114,081


$712,626
745,020

5,537
5,595
8,053
7,837
4,684
4,852

6,106
6,548

13,524
13,845

3,704
4,159

5,796
6,587
51,085
52,631
13,298
14,392

3,817
4,028
9,460
8,207

35,196
35,595
3,060
3,430
4,449
4,864
2,492
2,489
3,414
3,705
1,263
1,230
66,489
69,418

9,711
10,311

3,987
4,029

27,914
30,353
15,794
16,472

9.302
9,864

2,934
3,029

3,322
3,268
7,063
6,929

21.575
21,709

17,173
17,141

2,914
3,002

9,331
9,838
19,884
19,q07


d 4.3

d 1.05

2.8




d 6.8







d 12.0




d 7.6




15.3

d 1.1

d 10.8

d 8.5

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2.6

d 4.2

d 5.8

d 1.1

d 8.0

d 4.1






1.7

1.9

d .6

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d .19

d 5.2

d .1


$63,783
68,173

949
951
4,169
4,363

184
204
766
793
566
597
248
223

269
308
9,093
9,856
129
179
74
67
402
425

1,566
1.810
1
1
466
495
236
245



3,271
3,324
10,926
12,225

537
579
3
10
620
647
383
401

1,17.9
1,193
178
166
173
182

334
363
1,809
1,838

943
938
123
140
836
876
1,491
1,654


d 6.4

d .2

d 4.4


d 9.9

d 3.4

d 5.2

11.2

d 12.7




d 28.1

10.8




d 5.5




d 6.0

d 3.9




d 1.6

d 10.6




d 72.1

d 4.2

d 4.6

d 1.1

7.2

d 4.7

d 7.8

d 1.6

.5

d 12.1


(Money items in thousand of dollars)*
$848,283 $278,536 $39,643 $6
885,461 277,784 38,475 6

7,353 2,385 319
7.475 2,492 325
13,959 4,208 650
13,784 4,156 630
5,018 1,513 230
5,213 1,686 206
7,598 2,091 455
8,116 2,188 432

15,387 4,754 706
15,787 4,229 680
4,292 1,746 144
4,709 1,701 138

6,491 2,014 306
7,248 1,844 263
69,438 23,701 3,351
71.214 25,423 3,262
14,001 4,023 473
15,078 3,760 466
4,075 1,565 322
4,332 1,607 289
10,694 2,746 476
9,412 2,571 442

39,654 13,349 1,457
40,108 12,720 1,417

3,077 839 156
3,453 909 145
5,276 1,722 267
5,738 1,857 234
3,011 981 154
3,033 854 149
4,247 1,096 140
4,617 1,024 125
4,793 1,477 206
4,777 1,385 206

86,759 31,866 4,248
90,768 33,607 4,542
10,891 3,804 612
11,549 3,908 608
4,199 1,260 248
4,232 1,353 216

30,303 9,296 1,871
32,393 9,620 1,776
16,867 5,515 938
17,576 5,813 878
11,463 5,460 678
11,958 6,313 643
3,370 1,140 164
3,453 1,145 166
3,635 1,155 209
3,644 1,250 216

7,826 2,642 330
7,764 2,398 311
25,726 7,860 1,050
25,923 8,524 1,083
19,336 6,576 1,050
19,551 6,898 927
3,358 1,001 179
3,608 1,067 168
11,095 3,609 690
11,565 3,936 795
23,092 7,197 1,038
23,258 6,990 993


5,793
5,974
10,952
10,793
3,448
3,598
5,640
5,830
11,832
11,410

4,195
4,026
4,832
4,703

56,511
57,624

9,545
9,249
3,160
3,245
7,708
7,077
30,740
29,778
1,441
1,609
4,014
4,306

2,355
2,229
2,498
2,849

3,932
3,707
72,030
74,782

8,336
8,509
2,691
2,856
20,472
20,559
11,271
11,670
10,885
11,672
2,794
2,849
2,252
2,373
5,450
5,072
17,928
18,726

13,859
14,465

2,394
2,454
8,067
8,551
15,405
15,472


203,634 $6,324,3761 5.9
204,058 5,971,9071


484
552
1,034
1,008

999
804

927
1,083

1,351
1,923

d6 06

955
1,251

5,733
7,653
1,806
2,487
1,231
1,186
1,268
1,030
,880
,374
753
1,001
582
571

335
429
421
427

174
328
6,095
7,498
1,406
1,609
980
857

5,370
6,262
3,011
3,125
641
567
285
365
607
625

956
1,014

3,089
5,945
3,000
2,722
498
596
1,790
1,630
3,411
3,238


74.5
71.6
78.8
79.9
78.5
78.3
68.7
69.0

74.2
71.8

76.9
72.3

97.7
85.5
74.4
64.9

81.3
80.9
68.2
61.3

77.5
74.9
72.1
75.2
77.5
74.2
46.8
46.6
76.1
75.0
78.2
73.5
58.8
61.7
82.0
77.6
83.0
82.4

76.5
73.7
64.1
67.5
67.6
63.5
66.8
66.4

95.0
97.6
82.9
82.5
61.9
65.1

69.6
65.3
69.7
72.2

71.7
74.0
71.3
68.0
72.7
73.9
66.7
66.5


32.8
31.4
32.4
33-3
30.1
30.2
30.1
32.3

27.5
27.0

30.9
26.8
40.7
36.1

31.0
25.4

34.1
35.7
28.7
24.9
38.4
37.1
25.7
27.3

33.7
31.7
27.3
26.3
32.6
32.4

32.6
28.2
25.8
22.2
30.8
29.0
36.7
37.0
34.9
33.8
30.0
32.0
30.7
29.7
32.7
33.1
47.6
52.8
33.8
33.2
31.8
34.3

33.8
30.9
30.6
32.9
34.0
35.3
29.8
29.6

32.5
34.0
31.2
30.1


(Money Items In thousands of dollars)*
d 6.9 |$7,560,273 $2,498,302 | 1 350,701
7,249,727 2,411,921 337,280


35.5
34.5
40.1
40.7
41.7
41.5

33.0
31.1
40.9
39.7
39.3
39.3

51.1
43.9

37.5
34.1
40.8
39.5
34.2
31.5
31.6
31.0

39.9
41.1
37.6
36.8
17.7
16.3

37.9
37.8

35.3
36.0

36.9
35.5
47.5
44.7
41.0
40.2
36.4
35.1
27.1
29.3
30.3
27.9
28.4
28.0
39.1
37.2

40.4

24.7
25.6

28.1
26.8

33.3
33.6
32.7
33.8
34.4
32.0
32.7
32.5
29.5
30.8


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, 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 Besseomer & 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 Pennsylvania ................................ 1953
1952 1952
1953 Reading ............................... .... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Western Maryland ........................... 1953
1952 1952
Pocahontas Region:
1953 Cheesapeake & Ohio .......................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Norfolk & Western ............ ........... 1953
1952 1952
Southern Region
1953 Atlantic Ooast Line ........................ 1953
1952 1952
1953 Central of Oeorgia .......................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Paifo .......... 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


1,679
1,701
1,780
1,793
793
793
962
963
2,237
2,242

952
952

1,175
1,219
10,716
10,713
2,184
2.185
221
221

2,393
2,393
6,186
6,187
213
212
617
618
868
868
236
236
365
365
10,085
10,120
1,310
1,321

873
878

5,115
5,116
2,135
2,135
5,379
5,472

1,786

137
33',
2,766
2,803
6,538
6,539
4,737
4,765
1,032
1,032
4,080
4,145

6,298
6,306


51.063 4.5
48,844
72,101 6.3
67,832

38,916 d 1.5
39,525
54,536 0 .1
54,567
121.937 8.3
112,620
41,864 15.7
36,196
51.891 .2
51,809
461,152 9.5
421,095
120,622 8.0
111,654
35,844 19.2
30,060
80,106 10.1
72,773
311,970 9.3
285,550
23,437 26.8
18,486

39,951 d0 .1
39,999
22,407 9.4
20,490

34,816 28.8
27,040
11,000 9.0
10,088

605,695 8.9
556,420
89,110 5.2
84,684

36,320 10.6
32,831
243,461 d__ .9
248,184

132,47 d 2.5
135,90~
100,520 ( 1.4
101,923

28,531 4.5
27,299
32,575 10.1
29,580
62,273 4.3
59,721
189,242 3.8
182,377
156,444 8.1
144,703

26,010 .8
25,791
99,207 d .9
100,128
178,638 5.8
168,883


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$618,515
664,16:
8,714
9,109

38,250
38,762
1,477
1,591
7,134
7,397

5,402
5,70i
2,00O
1,981

2,73:
2,912
87.281
92,731
1,436
1,591
638
671

3,861
3,859
16,617
18,507
6
6
4,249
4,406
2,402
2,412



28,931
27,576
107,349
118,751
5,10q
5,149
57
86
6,290
6,67

1.765
4.131
15.664
16,887

1,774
1,997
1,709
1,956
3,469
3,686
17,495
17,041
9,881
10,487

1,337
1,434

10,987
12,138
13,812
16,068


d 4.3

d 1.1









1.0

S6.1_






d 4,9




d 10.2

0d 8.









4.9

2 9,6

.9

d 04.0










S12.6





2.7









d 14.0


* Percent increase comDuted on units of dollars.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
d Decrease or deficit.


I


67,252
65,617
123,800
119,975
41,718
42,592
68,011
68,700

138,002
129,005

47,178
41,241

57,838
57,829
624,221
587,774
126,585
117,305
38,474
32,347
90,792
83,087
351.966
326,090
23,610
18,680
47,123
47,567
27,471
25,640

42,239
34,023
42,151
39,774
791,573
750,751
100,180
95,848
38,328
34,760
262,818
267,710
142,184
147,283
125,994
128,070

32,860
32,231
36,050
33,318
70,277
67,786
229,645
221,471

177,455
167,132

30,304
30,342
119,417
121,108
207,380
200,108


21,891 2,898
22,409 2,888

37,962 5,773
37,168 5,662
14,325 2,054
14,871 1,723

19,512 3,970
20,411 3,849

38,805 6,307
38,233 6,009
14,652 1,257
14,293 1,255

17,476 2,701
16,690 2,674

211,397 29.976
205,541 28,806
34,998 4,128
33,223 4,173
14.350 2,864
13,480 2.535
23,442 4,199
22,780 3,930

119,817 13,018
109,910 12,536

8,306 1,380
7,035 1,133
15,703 2,344
15,047 2,133
8,354 1,361
7,360 1,285
11,204 1,252
8,908 1,113

13,821 1,864
12,563 1,839
280.540 38,223
262,204 36,802

35,288 5,500
33,314 5,233
11,147 2,228
11,467 1,950
84,440 16,569
91,060 15,944
51,054 8,263
53.312 7,84
52,806 6.103
49,162 5,71"
10,507 1,475
10,771 1.364
11,230 1.871
11,776 1,896

23,394 2,943
22,618 2,776

71,540 9,268
72,152 9,644
59,438 8,932
60,892 8,036

9,085 1,576
9,488 1,523

39,345 6,113
39,426 6,630
63,840 8,916
63.476 8,818


85.714,526
5,607,372
53,936
54,454
98,813
96,577
31,489
33,463
52,325
53,885
102,345
100,348
37.365
35,293
43,138
42,520

513,348
504,739
85,291
80,971
29,598
27,860
66,665
63,006

276,345
260,671

13,556
12,137
37,662
38,068
20,923
19,418

27,594
23,315
35,738
34,963
648,534
632,582
77,037
75,183
24,746
25,056
183,576
192,288
102,571
105,175
107,986
101,841
26,219
27,251
21,763
22,400
49,028
47,471
164,760
165,591
126,948
129,963
21,548
21,891

85,152
86,599

139,333
142,010


75.6 33.0
77.3 33-3


S 780,604
678,122

3,883
2,897
7,243
6,624
7,284
4,795
7,695
7,271
14,500
12,352

3,802
675
8,052
8,234
46,846
28,153
16,968
15,705
10,636
6,958
9.865
7,975

35,921
32,484
4,942
4,123

3,904
3,501
3,204
3,105
3,661
2,160
448
0 1,720
63,829
55,522
12,793
10,079
8,109
5,986
45,461
40,604
20,194
20,517
6,966
8,897
3,050
2,123
6,488
4,710
8,454
7,809
24,807
23,632
26,256
18,677
4,446
4,239
18,254
16,912

30,927
24,1311


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83.0
79-8
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75.5
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76.9
78.4

74.2
77.8
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85.6
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73.5
82.2
85. Q
67.4
69.0
76.9
86.1

73.4
75.8

78.5
79.9
57.4
65.0
79.9
80.0

76.2
75.7
65.3
68.5
84.8
87.9
81.0
84.3
76.9
78.4
64.6
72.1
69.8
71.8
72.1
71.4

85.7
79-5
79.8
84.5
60.4
b7.2
69.7
70.0

71.7
74.8

71.5
77.8

71.1
72.1
71.3
71.5
67.2
71.0


32.6
34.2
30.7
31.0
34.3
34.9
28.7
29.7
28.1
29.6

31.1
34.7
30.2
28.8

33.8
35.0
27.6
28.3

37.3
41.7
25.8
27.4

34.o
33.7
35.2
37.7
33.3
31.6
30.4
28.7
26.5
26.2

32.8
31.6
35.4
34.9
15.2
34.8
29.6
13.0
12.1
34.0
35.9
36.2
41.9
38.4
32.0
33.4
31.2
35.3
33.3
33.4

31.2
32.6
33.5
36.4
30.0
11.3

32.9
32.6
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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 SEPTEMBER 1953 AND 1952 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER 1953 AND 1952

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Moneyite thousands of dollarorthwestern Region: (Money Items in thousands of dollars)0
7,87 14,703 d 8.6 $1,831 3.8 $18,328 86,Oi $1,136 14m715 $1,489 80. 32.8 :409 1953 Chicago & North Western ..................... 1953 7,874 $120,674 4.2 *17,004 1. $153,60 $54,915 $9,965 $134,290 $1273 87.3 31.7 4.
7,897 16,o90 1,764 19,774 5,892 1,0935 15.152 2,828 76. 29.8 40.9 1952 3952 7,907 115,772 17,188 150,223 52,821 9,570 133,759 2,123 89.0 35.2 6.
68 2,772 d 4.1 10 32.8 2,980 816 260 1,914 387 64.2 27.4 30.0 1953 Chicago Great Western ....................... 1953 1,68 20,673 d15.2 122 d 21.4 2,255 6,331 1,431 11,956 2,944 67.2 28. 31.2
1,474 2,889 8 3,100 911 157 2,168 293 69.9 29.4 32.8 1952 1952 1,474 24,365 156 26,185 7,885 1,409 18,394 2,656 70.3 30.1 32.7
10,667 19,602 d 7.6 ,398 1 23,440 8,528 1,233 18.843 1,644 80.4 364 37.8 1953 Chiago,Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific........ 1953 10,670 161625 1. 12,767 611.7 194,725 73,737 11071 164,650 9,120 84.6 37.9 39.
10,671 21,223 1,427 25,079 7,984 1,230 18,620 2.411 74.2 31.8 36.6 1952 1952 10,671 163,899 14,463 198,803 71,420 11,307 167,092 10,280 84.0 35.9 41.2
1,617 2,608 d.7 164 6d9.1 3,000 984 139 2.551 5 85.o 32.8 45.9 1953 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ...... 1953 1,617 21,463 1.8 1,524 do10.5 25,012 8,350 1,214 22,683 d4.12Z8 90.7 33.4 50.2
1,617 2,653 180 3,088 864 135 2,470 180 80.0 28.0 46.o 1952 1952 1,617 21,084 1,703 25,087 7,782 1.193 22,183 d 687 48.4 31.0 50.5
68 7,519 .3 1 57.8 8,781 1,258 162 3,526 1,745 40.2 14.3 24.3 1953 Duluth, Miosabe & Iron Range ................1953 568 44,687 51.6 6 51,971 12,066 1,432 27,803 8 176 53.5 23.2 28.1
569 7,615 1 8,896 1,365 150 3,881 2,o66 b3.6 15.3 26.4 1952 1952 568 29,476 10 34,362 3 1,435 1,293 24,607 3,662 71.6 33.3 34.6
8,303 24,227 i.5 971 dl.7 27,196 7,960 1,015 16,910 398 62.2 29.3 28.3 1953 Great Northern.............................. 1953 8,303 17,533 6.6 9,612 d 12.2 199,066 71,025 9139 146,180 20,561 73. 35.7 32.1
8,314 26,783 1,099 30,o66 7,711 Q86 16,579 5,762 55.1 25.6 25.7 1952 1952 8,314 163,789 10,952 188,977 67,077 8,527 141,910 17.842 75.1 35.5 33.9
3,222 4,155 d5.9 116 10.4 4,517 1,332 146 2,887 762 63.9 29.5 29.9 1953 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie .. 1953 3,223 28,203 d 866 d .2 30,983 12,872 1,308 26,486 1,66 85.5 41.5 37.8
3,223 4,414 105 4,732 1,628 147 3,256 508 68.8 34.4 30.2 1952 1952 3,224 29,465 868 -32,133 12,803 1,275 26,863 1,774 83.6 39.8 38.1
6,880 15,091 d 5.7 570 11.6 16,804 5,584 673 12,402 1,977 73.8 33.2 34.1 1953 Northern Pacific ............................1953 6,880 119,283 4.5 5 91 8.4 135,411 49526 5969 110,381 11563 81.5 36.6 37.8
6,881 16,001 511 17,755 4,867 646 11,601 2,716 65.3 27.4 32.3 1952 1952 6,884 114,106 5,450 129,775 47,914 5,787 106,648 9,942 82.2 36.9 38.4
1.046 2, 485 d6.2 37 d 22.6 2,694 725 108 1,879 348 69.7 26.9 36.7 1953 Wisconsin Central#..........................1953 1,046 22,709 7.6 418 d1.3 24,583 7,483 938 18,368 ,.589 74.7 30.4 38.0
1,046 2,649 47 2,854 788 101 2,o46 439 71.7 27.6 38.3 1952 1952 i,O46 21,098 424 22,872 7,328 897 18,471 1,726 80.8 32.0 41.9
Central Western Region:
13,095 41,027 .2 3,869 d12.8 49,136 17,341 2,428 35,408 6,344 72.1 35.3 31.0 1953 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/..............1953 13,95 390,691 9.4 38,86 d2.67,63 152,620 21157 321,854 61,30 68.8 32.6 29.8
13,072 40,937 4,438 50,015 15,891 2,336 34,092 5,290 68.2 31.8 30.0 1952 1952 13,072 356,995 44,618 442,029 145,141 20,554 313,316 52,032 70.9 32.8 31.5
8,867 19,851 d 3.7 1,768 3.3 23,995 ?7,870 1,100 17,396 2,619 72.5 32.8 34.3 1953 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ................1953 8,867 171,448 7.5 15,506 2.7 207,591 64,702 9,555 149,12 23,231 71.8 31.2 3.8
8,807 20,617 1,712 24,672 7.238 1,o46 16,879 3,024 68.: 29.3 34.0 1952 1952 8,810 159,92 15,102 194,215 61,333 9,404 142,215 19.883 73.2 31.6 35.7
7,891 13,239 d7.1 1,519 d5.4 16,292 5,342 790 12,362 2,179 75.9 32.8 35.0 1953 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific .............. 1953 7,906 131,202 1.9 14560 d6.1 160,268 45,635 7,116 111,748 21,253 69.7 28.5 33.8
7,916 14,258 1,605 17,346 5,357 768 12,583 2.138 72.5 30.9 34.7 1952 1952 7,916 128,77. 15,498 158,245 46,367 6,663 115,140 17.899 72.8 29.3 36.1
2,313 6,902 d 4,8 311 d 11.2 7,452 1,993 353 4,635 1,205 62.2 26.7 28.8 1953 Denver & Rio Grands Western ..................1953 2,317 58,808 9.5 2,877 6.9 63.837 19,167 3,092 42,229 9,329 66.2 30.0 29.3
2,333 7,252 351 7,870 2,066 342 4,968 3,270 63.1 26.3 30.9 132 1952 2,333 53,726 2,691 58,614 17,992 2,945 41,432 7,414 70.7 30.7 32.9
8.113 39,538 a 681 3,214 46,ooo 14,807 2,241 34,863 4,349 75.8 32.2 37:. 4 953 Southern Pacific Co. ........................1953 8,113 39,620 3.7 30,075 d1.17,606 134,936 19,474 317,823 36,97 76.1 32.3 37.5
8,113 43,041 3,381 49.853 14,673 2,o16 35,415 5,939 ?1.0 29.4 35. 1952 1952 8,119 346,790 34,455 410,346 129,770 17,800 309,033 41,881 75.3 31.6 37.4
9,822 41,542 4 5.5 3,024 d3.9 48,054 14,550 1,670 34,258 3,589 71.3 30.3 34.5 S953 Union Pacific..............................1953 9,824 335,159 6.9 28,314. d7.8 393,530 130.568 14,592299,623 20,284 76.1 33.2 3
9,835 43,951 3,406 50,378 13,782 1,554 32,975 5,486 65.5 27.4 32.2 1952 1952 9,853 313,612 30,712 37h,242 124,229 13,885 286,058 19,413 76.4 33.2 35.7
1,193 4,695 242 4 d.l1 5,055 1,405 226 3,204 1,028 63.4 27.8 27.1 1953 'Western Pacific ............................. 1953 1.193 41,537 14.6 2,482 .1 45,083 13 538 1 876 30,202 6,513 67.0 30.0 28.1
1,193 4,958 260 5,345 1,596 186 3,488 736 65.3 29.9 26.5 1952 1952 1,193 36,235 2:479 39,696 12,798 1,628 28,762 4,435 72.5 32.2 30.7
Southwestern Region:
1,104 2,527 d 10.0 142 d 14. 2,889 1,204 150 2,595 237 89.8 41.7 41.9 1953 International-Great Northern#................ 1953 1.104 25,233 5.8 1,467 d 17.8 28,863 11,427 1,306 24,077 2,918 83.4 39.6 37.8
1,104 2,806 166 3,276 1,178 136 2,525 482 77.1 36.0 35.5 1952 1952 1,104 23:859 1:784 28,154 10,907 1,192 23,541 2,398 83:6 38.7 38.8
891 3,374I d .1. 111 T7 3,825 1,21 126 2,598 615 67.9 32.4 29.4 1953 Kaneas City Southern ........................ 1953 891 32,046 5.1 1,257 d .7 36,439 9,525 1,131 22,016 6,324 60.4 26.1 28.9
891 3,555 119 4,024 903 125 2,227 697 55.4 22.4 27.4 1952 1952 891 30,481 1,333 34:811 8,065 1,114 19,965 5,913 57.4 23.2 28.8
3,242 5,807 d 5.6 247 d21.8 6,788 2,246 333 5,173 691 76.2 33.1 35.1 1953 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Line ................... 1953 3,242 56,442 4.5 2,500 d 24.2 65,331 19,871 2,919 47,092 7,431 72.1 30.4 33.9
3,242 6,151 316 7,012 2,079 316 5,017 887 71.5 29.7 33.9 1952 1952 3,242 54,009 3.299 62:562 18:036 2,837 45,157 7:217 72.2 28.8 35.2
6,935 17,296 d 5.2 897 5.5 19,715 8,119 1,015 16,341 1,729 82.9 41.2 35.9 1953 M.ssourl Pacific# ........................... 1953 6,935 156,253 1.2 8,699 d 7.8 180,660 69,952 8,949 145,211 18,772 80.4 38.7 36.0
6,950 18,249 949 21,223 7,572 977 15,690 2,714 73.9 35.7 33.1 1952 1952 6,950 154,367 9,439 181,564 64,899 8,573 140,273 20:674 77.3 35.7 36.1
1,834 6.306 1.4 338 d 5.1 7,141 1,941 326 4,583 1,232 64.2 27.2 29.6 1953 Texas & Pacific ............................. 1953 1,834 57,637 9.8 3,280 d 8.5 65,681 19,587 2,943 44,543 9,557 67.8 29.8 30.7
1,834 6,222 356 7,142 1,916 329 4,514 1,463 63.2 26.8 29.2 1952 1952 1,834 52,482 3,583 61,132 18,811 3,012 42,680 8,730 69.8 30.8 31.5
4.601 9,585 d2..5 450 A 13.6 10,875 3,89 617 8,033 1,215 73.9 31.2 34.6 1953 St. Louis-San Franoisco ..................... 1953 4,601 85,141 5.9 4,519 d 14.5 97,014 30,767 5,436 73,041 10.883 75.3 31.7 35.6
4,601 9,835 521 11,257 3,439 592 7,988 1,740 71.0 30.6 33.5 1952 1952 4,601 80,376 5,286 93,220 30,707 5.413 71,664 11,163 76.9 32.9 36.4
159 249 dA12.2 2 d 65. 265 90 4 298 6 112.3 34.1 64.0 1953 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ............. 1953 159 3,757 d 1.1 56 d 9.8 4,001 891 42 2,672 383 66.8 22.3 36.3
159 368 5 415 83 4 262 119 63.1 20.0 34.8 1952 1952 159 3,797 63 4,122 774 40 2,452 586 59.5 18.9 33.5
1,561 5,052 d 15, 28 d12.8 5,278 1,791 160 3,710 707 70.3 33.9 29.7 1953 St. Louis Southwestern Lines................. 1953 1,566 33,477 4.2 223 d 33. 55,514 15,531 1,409 33,572 8,062 60.5 28.0 26.9
1,569 5,962 32 6,242 1,431 151 3,453 1,290 55.3 22.9 26.5 1952 1952 1,569 51,316 337 53,820 12,478 1.332 30,647 9,201 56.9 23.2 27.8
4,290 10,143 .10,. 599 d 1.7 11,499 3,418 235 8,286 789 72.1 29.7 35.1 1953 Texas & New Orleans ....................... 1953 4,290 97,963 2.6 5,686 13.5 110,450 33,408 1,911 78,682 9,161 71.2 30.2 34.0
4,291 11,277 621 12,711 3,342 219 8,429 1,403 66.3 26.3 33.7 1952 1952 4,291 95,480 6,572 109,374 32,105 1,913 78,121 9,635 71.4 29.h 35.4


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


d/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
/ Deorease or deficit. U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1953 0 270312




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