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Title: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
Series Title: Statement ;
Portion of title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
Physical Description: v. : ; 29-45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Publisher: The Bureau
Place of Publication: Washington, D.C
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Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
lccn - sn 88029200
ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00155
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08731 1220 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


UNIV. OF FL LIZ.


FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 1953 AND 1952 FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER 1953 AND 1952

Miles Operating revenues Operating espen.es Operating revenues Operating expenses
or road Freliht -Passenger Percent Percent
operated Freiht Depreoi- Net .Oper- ainte- trans- Average Freight Passenger Pere P nt
rpwrat drirrmiles Depreol-
at lo Pe- All tilon in- railway tng nance portation Region, road, and year r1ed Depreoi- raNo 0 a in
o onth Pr- a luded oper- ratio expenses expne of road atlon in- railway eating nance
oent Per- Total .mainte- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- or oper- operated er- Per- tal maint luded t P- ratio expenses expense
Amount in- Amount in- nance ceding Income cent) atlng acting Aou nt cent naneot in pre- Total ti (per- ofp- of oper-
crease crease column revenues revenues In- cAdinag Iin e cent)ng ng
crease crease olumn revenue, revenues
(a) (b) (a) (d) (e) () () (h) (1) ( (k) (1) () (In) (0) (p) () (r) ( (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) ( s) (a)
(Money items in thousand of dollar)* (Money Items in thousands of dollars)*
203,527 $654,137 d8.8 $59.866 d4.9 $779,487 $270,046 40,122 8617,146 $73,331 79.2 34.6 37.7 1953 Total--Reads listed herein.....................1953 203,621 87,720,853 3.3 $739,184 d 6k 9,216,806 83.052,735 430.650 *6,983.403 *955,O9 73
203,896 717,122 62.948 850,151 263,600 38,855 622,009 102,12 73.2 31.0 36.2 1952 w 1952 204,039 7,?74.570 791,093 9,026,999 2,966,492 414,858 6,895,195 895.727 76.4 32.9 37.2
1,679o: ::5,266 da.8-New England Region: 32.9
17 566 834 2. 866 2,234 317 5610 30 81.7 32.5 433 1953 Boston & Maine............................1953 1.679 62,162 2.2 10,441 d4.5 81,716 26,537 3,533 65,563 4607 80.2 32.5
1,683 5,773 855 7.420 2,278 324 5,791 485 78.0 30.7 41.9 1952 1952 1,700 60,839 10,932 81,118 27,315 3,537 66,441 4,014 81.9 33.7 42.3


86 L4h 39 63 1,0 1 75.o 1. :. 1 4 6,971 77.5 ..........................8 8,8 0. 3.1
i1,77 7,456 l.5 4,280 5.6 13,371 4,468 652 11,013 824 82.3 33.4 42.0 1953 New York, New Naves & Hartford ............11953 1,779 :87,69 3.0 46,623 A..A 151.207 46.971 7,075 121,183 8,838 80.1 31.1 42.2
1,792 8.336 4,o54 13,864 3,936 631 10,es4 1.510 75.0 28.4 40.6 1952 1952 1,793 85,108 46,788 148,391 45,589 6,923 118,318 9,318 79.7 30.7 42.3
793 019 143 5.0 4312 1508 228 3,304 79 76.6 350 35.1 1953 Dlaware & Hudson........................1953 93 47,452 1760 d6.7 50852 17,320 2,509 38190 928 75.1 3.8
793 4.102 136 4.387 1,270 224 3,123 701 71.2 28.9 35.8 1952 1952 793 48,937 1,886 52.625 17,820 2,168 40,245 6.521 76.5 33.9 36.6
962 5,469 792 .7 6,938 2,14g 453 5,685 679 82.0 31.0 44.4 1953 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ............ 1953 962 66,331 2.4 8691 82,775 23,947 4876 63.893 9,379 77.2 28.9 42.2
962 6,332 786 7.871 2.304 433 5,734 1,060 72.9 26.7 40.8 1952 1952 963 67,967 8,969 85,270 24,896 4,715 65,859 9,494 77.2 29.2 42.4
2,235 12224 d 564 d .5 13,845 4,062 708 10,468 1,451 75.6 29.3 1953 Erie ..... ...............................1 953 2,26 148,671 5.2 6,523 5.168203 47,440 7,722 12 ,610 916 74.1 28.2 39.1
2,242 13,449 585 15,116 3,826 689 10,894 1,910 72.1 25.3 40.3 1952 1952 2.242 141,279 6.872 161:372 46.292 7,385 123,104 16,622 76.3 28.7 40.9
952 3861 d11.7 83 25.6 4,445 1,33 143 3,682 155 82.8 30.4 6.8 193 rand Trunk Western ......................195 952 49,911 11.4 209 d .9 5605 17,33 988 187 79.8 30.9
952 4:,3714 246 5,023 1,649 138 4,025 274 80.1 32.8 42.5 1952 1952 952 4,795 2,455 51093 17 682 1,535 4 3,9 57 969 85.1 34.6 5.2
1,164 1,414 d 301 d 2.9 6,025 2,o16 305 4,861 786 80.7 33.5 40.8 1953 Lehigh Valley. .............................1953 1,173 63,377 2. 3,315 d 6. 170,597 21,500 3.309 52,944 9,886 75.0 30.5 38.
1,218 5.991 310 6,618 1.821 316 4,595 1,141 69.4 27.5 36.2 1952 1952 1,219 64 ,77 3,527 72,103 20,547 3,294 2, 121 i,72 723 28.5 37-9
10,716 47,347 d5.2 9,184 3 64,927 23.233 3,378 56,089 4,364 86. 35.8 43.6 1953 New York Central ......................... 1953 10,716 561,20 6.4 10605, 760562 258,75 36676 6293 57,108 82.6 2.0
10,718 49,931 9,493 68,119 22,288 3,294 55,231 5,899 81.1 32.7 42.1 1952 1952 ,71 527233 111,791 73120 2 17 35368 620,27 263 8.8 34. 3.
2,185 12,524 d11.6 153 12.1 13.101 4,015 476 9,393 1,372 71.7 30.7 35.3 1953 New York, Chicago & St. Louis............. 1953 2,184 147,432 4.3 1,744 d.3 154,699 43,073 5 081 O4,362 20532 67.5 2.8 3.2












1 ;l 9 :2 .5 3. 1952 1952 185inoi2l ......................0,5 3 2 16.7 -.5 2 .
2,184 14,172 137 14,844 3,781 467 9,660 2,171 65.1 5.5 3 4.8 1952 1952 2,18 141,306 1,882 148,407 40,722 5,106 100,188 20.889 67.5 27.4 35
221 3,029 d2.7 74 4., 3,266 1,416 331 2,777 1,103 85.0 43.4 32.4 1953 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................... 1953 221 42,817 11.9 780 d 9 4 5,942 1 ,470 3.17 35,706 12,930 7.0 38.0 32.3
221 3,972 76 4,467 1,609 293 3,265 1.098 73.1 36.0 30.3 1952 1952 221 38,256 820 ,34387 16,799 3,113 3:,473 9,1478 83. 30.6 34.8
2,393 8,849 d 2. 374 3.5 9,995 2,583 477 ?,316 980 73.2 25.8 40.3 1953 Wabash .................................. 1953 2,393 99,437 7.0 4,637 .45 112 500 28888 5,163 81,830 12,356 72.7 25.7 0.
2.393 9,068 387 10,214 2,389 451 7,026 1,281 68.8 23.4 39.0 1952 1922 2,393 92,965 4,659 105,701 27,766 4,839 77,668 11.333 73.5 26.3
Central Eastern Region:1 u
6,186 30,929 d .9 1,601 d 6.1 35,029 12,500 1,455 29,451 3,062 84.1 35.7 41.3 1953 Baltimore & Ohio ......................... 1953 6,186 379,382 6.3 19,779 d 0. 27,749 145,994 15 972 337,396 43,185 78.9 34.1 38.1
6,187 35,927 1,705 40,260 13,045 1,471 30,195 5,048 75.0 32.4 316.7 1952 1952 6,187 356,992 21.967 406,454 136,112 15,430 321,440 42,073 79.1 33.5 39.2
209 2,459 1.1 2,477 1,029 161 1,639 4835 66.2 hi.6 19.7 1953 Bessemer & Lake Erie ...... ................ 1953 212 28,897 20.6 6 d17.2 29,107 10 ,137 1,696 16,579 6,220 5.0 34.8 17.9
212 2,431 2,452 1,245 147 1,826 504 74.5 50.8 19.1 1952 1952 21 2 23,956 8 24,191 9.230 26 15.591 5,453 6.5 38.2 209
615 4,086 d11.3 477 7.5 4,906 1,576 267 3,923 106 80.0 32.1 42.0 1953 Central R. R. Co. of Bew Jersey ........... 1953 617 428,1678 L.9 5,148 1. 57,507 19,060 2,878 45, 860 4,904 79.7 33.1 41.
3618 ,605 441 5,387 1,.84 234 4,248 9507 78.9 3.2 39.5 1952 1952 618 49,620 5,314 58,806 18,916 2,600 46.936 4,654 79.8 32.2 2.2
868 2,311 d10.5 238 d6.8 2,868 872 1536 2,223 331 77.5 30.4 35.9 1953 Chioago & Eastern Illinois ................ 1953 868 27,347 5.9 2,872 d .9 33,520 10,109 1.673 25,473 3,962 76.o 30.2 3526
868 2.581 2535 3,133 1,075 19 2,458 331 78.5 32.3 34.9 1952 1952 868 25,826 2,927 32,113 9,410 1,584 24,266 3.,867 75.6 29.3 36.4
236 3,520, d 9.0 4,327 3,612 140 5.402 d158 124.8 83.5 36.5 1953 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................... 1953 236 42, 05 19.2 51,128 15,996 1,532 36,o46 3,393 7 0.5 31.3 357
236 3,860 4,727 998 126 2,834 586 60.0 21.1 35.2 1952 1952 236 35,226 44,120 10,917 1,364 29,075 3,498 65.9 24.7 366
365 1,171 4.7 3.127 8.4 4,564 1,557 209 3,983 2d,2 87.3 34.1 49.3 1953 Long Island # ............................ 1953 365 13,456 7.2 35,254 5.1 51 438 16,939 2,279 43,801 218 85.2 32.9 48.4
365 1,119 2,885 4,247 1,350 206 3,648 85.9 31.8 530.1 1952 1952 365 12,548 33,550 488694 15,384 i2.252 42,486 d 87.3 31.6 51.6
10,081 60,O0 d 16.4 11149 d 1. 79,544 28,841 4251 67,022 4,945 84.3 36.3 42.1 1953 Pennsylvania ............................. 1953 10,085 734,461 4.8 129,652 d 88 960,520 341,393 46,723 789,113 75,636 822 35.5
10,120 71,792 11,578 92,401 31,O74 4,488 73,376 8,912 79.4 33.6 40.6 1952 1952 10,120 700,951 142.,156 937,914 329,650 45.932 785.740 72:840 83 8 35.1 43.1
1,309 9,563 d 11.5 6o6 7.4 10,824 3,972 629 8,510 1,377 78.6 36.7 36.9 1953 Reading .................................. 1953 1,310 109066 2.4 6,379 1.4 122,652 43,432 6,741 94,44 15708 77,0 35-4 36.6
1,320 10.800 564 12,024 3,993 609 8,649 1,708 71.9 33.2 34.4 1952 1952 1,3021 106,96 6,293 120,212 41.270 6,450 92,715 14.419 77.1 34.3 37.8
873 3,929 5. 44, 179 1,422 252 2,898 841 69.3 34.o 28.1 1953 Western Marylanddeficit..........................1953 873 44429 8.6 67.96,94 14109 2,733 3073 9988 630.1
878 4,173 7 4,415 1.199 215 2,812 955 63.7 27.2 30.3 1952 1952 878 40,905 103 43,287 13,913 2,380 30,615 7,828 70.7 32.1 31.6
Pocahontas Region:
5,114 24,221 d.5 612 d66.2 26,113 9.312 1.878 20,215 3,951 77:4 35.7 34.1 1953 Chesapeake & Ohio..........................1953 5.115 296,379 d2.17, 7 5 45.d5 319,869 103,661 20,316 225.271 55,203 70.4 32.4 31.1
5,116 29.736 653 31,732 8,707 2,809 19,748 6,839 62.2 27.4 28.9 1952 1952 5.116 302,833 7,977 326,380 109.356 19,526 232,439 51,427 71.2 33.5 31.3
2,135 13,754 d16.o 34 6d20.3 14,739 5,210 945 10,839 2.211 73.5 35.3 31.6 1953 Norfolk & Western ......................... 1953 2,135 163,3O9 1.6 4,409 d 10,2 175,o61 62.080 10.148 125,115 25.859 71.5 35.5 30.1
2,135 16,372 7 17.432 4.912 884 10,784 3,396 61.9 28.2 27.9 1952 1952 2,135 166,034 4.912 179,530 63,620 9.607 127,070 25,838 70.8 35.5 29.6
Southern Region:
.,379 10,206 d 6.8 1,215 d 4.4 12,425 5,405 706 10,985 1,057 88.4 43.5 37.5 1953 Atlantlo C0ast Line........................3953 j,?79 20,479 d-.1 17.974 d.,9 150,392 63,887 7,500 130,281 8,654 86.6 42.5 37.0
5,471 10,952 1,271 13,223 5,706 644 11,260 1,248 85.1 43.2 34.9 1952 1952 5,471 123,454 19,314 15,018 61,508 6,998 125,348 10.850 81.4 39.9 34.5
1,786 2,894 dS. 148 d 5.9 3.275 1.089 167 2,725 333 83.2 33.2 39.5 1953 Central of Georgia ........................ 1953 1.786 34.562 2.7 2.063 d 39.672 12,737 1,810 31,778 3,816 80.1 32.1
1,786 3,060 158 3,494 1,056 165 2,765 572 79.1 30.2 39.5 1952 1952 1,786 33,642 2,302 39,496 13,038 1.692 32,979 3.232 83.5 33.0
337 3,272 d.1 99 d1.0 3,544 1,278 212 2,374 567 67.0 36.1 24.5 1953 Csnn., New Orleans & Texas Pacifics........ 1953 337 39,241 6.9 1,932 4 12.14 3,289 13,746 2,292 26,505 ?.686 61.2 31.8 24.2
337 3,810 116 4,139 1,254 215 2.364 928 57.1 30.3 22.0 1952 1952 337 36,714 2.198 41,130 14,363 2,327 27,243 6,164 66.2 34.9 26.0
2.766 6,814 d 6.6 338 d6?.6 7,657 2,669 335 5,574 803 72.8 34.9 28.8 1953 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ....................... 1953 2.766 76,220 1.8 4,159 d6.1 88,919 28,530 3,609 59,992 10,266 69.8 33.2 28,6
2,766 7,299 366 8,241 2,637 319 5,727 898 69.5 32.0 28.9 1952 1952 2,796 74,891 4,428 82,829 27,943 3,404 58,943 9,898 69.5 32.9 28.5
6,53? 20,726 d610.9 1,823 1.9 24,906 7,817 1.054 18,075 2,4O9 72.6 31.4 34.8 1953 Illinois Central .......................... 1953 6,538 234,503 1.8 21,198 2.7 283,596 87,559 11,374 201,913 31,020 71.2 30.9 34.3
6,539 23,268 1,789 2?,899 8,138 1,080 18.625 3,719 66.8 29.2 32.3 1952 1952 6:539 230,390 20,634 278,860 89,225 11,804 204,288 28,688 73.3 32,0 35.3
4,737 15,748 d 2.9 892 d T7.l 17,825 6,445 1,024 13,627 2,252 76.4 36.2 35.0 1953 Louisville & Nashville .................... 1953 4,737 189,919 6.1 11,666 d 5.7 215,224 ?2,683 10,969 154,967 31,600 72.0 33.8 33.1
4,738 16,223 960 18,427 6,359 942 14,053 2,339 76.3 34.5 36.6 1952 1952 4,760 178,981 12,366 205,870 74,224 9.916 158,752 24.147 77.1 36.1 35.8
1.032 2.650 d?7.0 122 d 7.8 3.078 961 179 .2,278 448 74.0 31.2 35.0 1953 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louls ........ 1953 1.032 31,631 4 .4 1,570 7.1. 36,890 11,163 1,934 26,279 5,411 71.2 30.3 33.8
1,032 2.849 133 3,446 965 168 2,324 574 67.4 28.o 32.2 1952 1952 1,032 31,751 1,693 37,537 11,533 1.858 26,728 5,455 71.2 30.7 33.5
4,079 9,907 d8.5 833 d 3.6 11,743 3,970 688 8.755 ,1,675 74.6 33.8 33.5 1953 Seaboard Air Line..........................1953 4,o80 119,417 d1.8 12,584 4 ... 143,235 47,545 7,492 102,963 21,662 71.9 33.2 31,8
4,080 10,833 865 12,643 4,209 818 9.120 1,826 72.1 33.3 31.8 1952 1952 4,139 121,607 13.831 146,158 48,087 8,259 105,062 20,379 71.9 32.9 32,1
6,289 18,607 d5.3 921 d 13.5 21,215 7,636 1,119 15,984 3,569 75.3 36.o 32.4 1953 Southern..................................1953 6,297 218,099 4.1 15.874 d 14. 252,359 79,355 11,146 172,036 37,619 68.2 31.4 30.7
6.306 19,658 1,o64 22,518 7,005 989 15,520 4,158 68.9 31.1 32.1 1952 1952 6,3u6 209,473 18,480 246,670 77,698 10,801 173,684 31,590 ?0.4 31.5 32,9
Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
Report of trustee or trustees.
Decrease or deficit.


1953


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-Continued.


FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 1953 AND 1952 FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER 1953 AND 1952

Miles Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expense.
Percent Peroent Average Perent Percent
of road Freight Passenger Deprei- Net Oper- .ase, traen- Freight Passenger Net Ooer- aints- trace
at loe1 All ationin- railway atlng nanoe portation Region, road, and year of road Depreal- railway acting nance nortation
of moutheAllt ooper- ratio expenses expenses operatedpAll1atn i en-
t Amount Aount en Total ating (per- o par- of op- e Pen Total ainte- in Total tn (Sr- o pr-
Amount sn- In-t enanse ing Incomo sent sting eating Amount cent Amount ent nane din m-e cant sting
crease crease m revenues revenues In- ceding
os... olumn ren reenue oolun revenues retnues
(a) (b) (0) (d) (e) (f) () (h) (1) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (1) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) () (x) (y) (Z (a)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* Northwestern Region: (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
,874 '12535 l10.9 $1,761 4.2 16,017 *5,383 $1,133 $ 569 ?55 84.7 33.6 441 1953 Chicago & North Western ..................... 1953 7,874 $148,488 1.1 $20.479 a. $188,710 $65.657 $12,226 $162,352 $7,245 86.0 34.8 44.1
7,897 14,070 1,689 17,568 5,306 1,083 14,164 1,697 80.6 30.2 4. 1952 1952 7,905 146,907 20,565 -- 188,605 63,859 11744 163,310 7.498 86.6 33.9 45.8
1,468 2,690 d 12. 19 109. 2,14 50 160 01 350 68.2 32.4 29.1 1953 Chcago Grea t Western....................... 1953 1,468 26,444 d 1.9 148 14.1 28,502 8,246 1,752 19,052 3,737 66.8 28.9 30.6
1,468 3,073 9 3,267 1,172 158 2,316 338 70.9 35.9 27.6 1952 1952 1,474 30.714 173 32,954 10,107 1,725 23,116 3,383 70.2 30.7 32.1
10,639 17,561 d 14 1 155 d .6 21,014 7,804 1.246 17,764 1 179 84.5 37.1 40.4 1953 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ...... 1953 10,667 199156 2.2 15,112 11.4 239,501 88,995 13,557 200,486 12,772 83.7 37.2 39.6
10,635 18,007 1,306 21,735 7,173 1,233 17,544 1,612 80.7 33.0 41.0 1952 1952 10,668 203,710 -- 17,058 246,250 87,223 13,775 204,376 14.257 83.0 35.4 40.8
7 8 27 19.7 3 74. 26.9 1.5 1953 Chicago, t. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ...... 1953 1,617 27,082 1.7 1,818 11.5 31,38 10,085 1,492 27,499 649 87.6 32.1 .6
1617 2,723 177 3,165 828 134 2.51 321 31 77. 26.2 45.3 1952 1952 1,617 26,641 2,053 31,531 9,556 1,461 27,250 92 86.4 30.3 9.
568 2,952 9.0 21.7 3,90 1191 167 2,73 300 78.6 34.1 40. 1953 Duluth, Mi.sabe & Iron Rangse................ 1953 568 53,699 32.0 7 d 36.9 62,555 14,622 1,775 33,986 9761 54.3 23.4 28.7
569 4,846 1 5,675 1.177 153 3,436 916 60.5 20.7 38.8 1952 1952 568 40,692 11 47.500 13,992 1,598 32,177 5,1452 67.7 29.5 35.0
8303 20,379 4.4 881 .4 22.581 6,710 1,o36 15,393 2,28 68.2 297 31.6 1953 Great Northern .............................. 1953 8,303 219220 4.9 11,404 11.2 248,787 85,245 11,203 178.511 27,238 71.8 34.3 31.8
8,325 19,524 931 22,230 6,590 996 15,175 2,944 68.3 29.6 33.4 1952 1952 8,315 208,932 12,838 -- 239,984 81,389 10,506 174.146 25,634 72.6 33 33.1
3.222 2,450 14.2 51 31.8 2,609 1,171 148 2,619 d 100. 4 44.9 47.6 1953 Minneapolis, St. Paul & SaulthSte. Marie .... 1953 3,223 34,047 d .7 993 28 37,304 15,743 1,604 32.395 1,869 86.8 42.2 38.
3,223 2,855 74 3,166 1,599 149 3,241 3 102.4 50.5 46.1 1952 1952 3,224 36,106 1,022 39,404 15,928 1,572 33,269 2,091 84.4 40.4 38.4
6.879 13,168 3.1 560 3.8 14,809 4,894 660 11,882 656 80.2 33.0 39.6 1953 Northern Paolflo ............................ 1953 6,880 147,086 2.9 6,974 8.4 166,629 59,991 7,306 13,044 14,096 81.0 36.0 37.9
6,882 12,769 539 14,344 4,621 645 11,285 2,009 78.7 32.2 39.1 1952 1952 6,883 142,902 6,434 161,917 57,971 7,078 130,322 14,654 80.5 35.8 37.9
1,046 2,211 d9d 22, 913 112 2199 23 38.8 7.5 1953 Wisconsin Central# ......................... 1953 1,046 27,496 4.2 479 2.4 29,716 9,254 1,161 32,644 2.913 76.2 31.1 38.7
1,046 2,43 26.2 2,61 725 101 21,971 179 7.6 25 41.0 1952 1952 1,046 26,399 491 -- 28,617 8,729 1,099 22,434 2546 78.4 30.5 41.2
Central Kestern Region:
13,095 9,270 .8 3,229 d 16.2 46,846 18,849 2,444 38.675 4,021 82.6 4o.2 34.3 1953 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe _/ .............. 1953 13,095 471,602 5.8 45,643 5 13.0 564.284 190,403 26,029 398,565 70,251 70.6 33.7 30.4
13,072 41.706 3,854 -49,931 15,943 2,419 34,899 4,491 69.9 31.9 31.2 1952 1952 13,072 445:866 52.468 547,760 178,347 25:326 184, 846 62,679 70.3 32.6 31.2
81867 19,405 40 1,447 7.1 23,113 7,744 1,155 17,122 2 232 7.1 335 3. 3.1 1953 Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy ................ 1953 8,867 212,848 4.9 18,518 1.7 256,783 80.485 11,824 184,479 28,509 71.8 31.3 34.8
8,866 20,208 1,558 23,999 6,789 1,067 16,290 2,786 67.9 28.3 34.4 1952 1952 8,820 202,927 18,200 245,376 75,976 11,535 176:662 26,243 72.0 31.0 35.3
7,891 12,61 d 1,313 d 14.6 15342 4530 802 11,639 2,143 75.9 29.5 38.1 1953 Chicago, Rook Island & Paelfi. .............. 1953 7,904 157,474 1. 17,245 6.7 192,157 55,495 8,715 135.872 25.639 70.7 28.9 34.2
7,916 14,587 1,538 17,707 4,983 774 12,464 2,317 70.4 28.1 34.8 1952 1952 7.916 159,549 18,488 195.181 57,199 8,209 141,090 22,807 72.3 29.3 35.7
2,311 6,615 10 191 28.7 6,961 1,653 365 4,168 1,255 59.9 23.7 29.4 1953 Denver & Rio Grande Western ................. 1953 2,316 72,763 5.8 3,310 2.6 78,646 22,562 3,815 50,927 12,026 64.8 28.7 29.3
2,333 7,404 268 7,943 1,846 341 4,532 1,513 57.0 23.2 28.2 1952 1952 2,333 68,769 3,225 74,739 21,920 3,628 50,896 10,412 68.1 29.3 31.9
8,119 34,586 7.0 2,708 d 111 404,146 13,897 2,311 32,704 3,302 81.5 34.6 39.9 1953 Southern Pacific Co. ........................ 1953 8,114 435,480 1.3 35,592 d 12.2 505,094 164,196 24,050 386,256 44,899 76.5 32.5 37.7
8,113 37,200 3,051 42,980 13,029 2,036 32,578 4.236 75.8 30.3 39.1 1952 1952 8,118 430,103 40,543 506,266 158,017 21,857 378,496 52,991 74.8 31.2 37.3
9,821 39,514 2.0 2,362 7. 44,878 12,888 1,688 31.858 4,114 71.0 28.7 35.5 1953 Union Paolflo ic............................... 1953 9,823 418,391 5.0 33,269 d 7.5 488,063 157,809 17,954 365,999 28,781 75.0 32.3 35.4
9,831 38,757 2,548 44,551 13,436 1,571 32,786 3,277 73.6 30.2 36.7 1952 1952 9,849 398,618 35,952 471,201 152,242 17,021 353,809 28,418 75.1 32.3 35.5
1,193 4 ,245 18. 146 d 1 6 4,471 1,516 232 3,049 617 68.2 33.9 24.7 1953 Western Paolflo ............................. 1953 1,193 51,021 8.2 2,820 2.4 55082 16,405 2,340 36,491 8,134 66.2 29.8 27.6
1,193 5,208 173 5,478 1,426 189 3,081 1,001 56.2 26.0 23.1 1952 1952 1,193 47,145 2,890 51,245 15,897 2,006 35,351 6,464 69.0 31.0 29.0
1,104 2,471 d 10.0 117 d 5.7 2,776 1,10 150 2,442 220 88.0 39.8 41.8 1953 International-Great Northern# ............... 1953 1,104 30,312 2.3 1,706 d 18.8 34,562 13,725 1,606 29,120 3,359 84.3 39.7 38.5
1,104 2.746 157 3,153 1,244 137 2,586 319 82.0 39.5 36.7 1952 1952 1.104 29,642 2,102 34,790 13,374 1:465 28,720 3,155 82.6 3.5 38.1
891 3.332 d 5 5 116 8.7 ,812 1,284 137 2,653 580 69.6 33.7 29.7 1953 Kansas City Southern ........................ 1953 891 38,820 2.1 1,489 d 4.6 44,186 12,050 1,393 27,307 7,496 61.8 27.3 29.0
891 3,519 106 4,026 903 125 2,269 659 56.3 22.4 28.5 1952 1952 891 38,024 1,561 43,351 9,851 1:364 24,515 7,358 56.6 22.7 28.5
3.242 5,694 d 12.2 230 d 21.7 6,54o0 2,218 333 5,156 605 78.8 33.9 36.5 1953 Missourl-Kanaas-Texas Lines ................. 1953 3.242 68,314 1.4 2,967 d 24.4 78,919 24.395 3,586 57,636 8,208 73.0 30.9 34.2
3,242 6,482 293 7,377 2,339 316 5,307 1,193 71.9 31.7 32.7 1952 1952 3,242 67,368 3:923 77,804 22,691 3,459 55,915 9.551 71.9 29.2 34.7
6,933 16,582 dl 10.9 769 d 1l.8 18,923 7,480 1,084 15,500 1,788 81.9 39.5 36.6 1953 Missouri Paolfoi# ........................... 1953 6,935 190,875 1 10,269 a, 220,044 85,662 11,053 177,470 22,615 80.7 38.9 36.1
6,950 18,608 914 21,533 8,250 990 16,736 2,282 77.7 38.3 34.4 1952 1952 6:950 193,607 11,304 226,892 81,363 10.532 174,441 25,933 76.9 35.9 35.7
1,829 5,992 d,57 309 d 2.5 6,819 2,11 326 4,831 961 70.9 31.0 31.8 1953 Texas & Paiofico ............................. 1953 1,834 69,889 6.9 3911 d? 7.8 79,698 23,906 3,596 54,464 11,565 68. 30.0 30.9
1,834 6,356 316 7.270 1,919 335 4,540 1,491 62.4 26.3 29.4 1952 1952 1:834 65,362 4:243 75:921 22,703 3,674 51,954 11,730 68.4 29.9 31.1
4,601 9,039 d 9.8 376 d 22.5 10,181 3,203 618 76458 1,238 75.1 31.5 35.9 1953 St. Louis-San Francisoo ..................... 1953 4,601 104,316 2.7 .5,305 d 15.5 118,586 37,398 6,671 89,063 13,562 75.1 31.5 35.6
4,601 10,020 485 11,378 3,534 592 7,961 1,779 70.0 31.1 32.5 1952 1952 4601 101,565 6,281 117,239 37,784 6,596 88,117 15,030 75.2 32.2 35.6
159 313 J d 14. 4 d 29.1 342 86 5 264 11 77.4 25.1 41.7 1953 St. Louis-San Franolsco & Texas ............. 1953 159 4,431 d 1.7 65 a 10.9 4,738 1,066 51 3,220 419 68.0 22.5 37.0
159 366 6 49 96 4 279 33 68.3 23.5 36.2 1952 1952 159 4,600 73 5,008 957 45 3,010 675 60.1 19.1 33.8
1,561 5,402 d 6.2 15 d 47.8 5,605 1,944 160 3,924 749 70.0 34.7 28.8 1953 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ................ 1953 1,565 64,608 .9 259 d 4.2 67.080 19,575 1,730 41,601 9,982 62.0 29.2 27.1
1,569 5,758 30 6,008 1,409 156 3,397 1,277 56.5 23.5 27.3 1952 1952 1.569 64,002 394 67,054 15,243 1:639 37:536 11,901 56.0 22.7 27.4
4,290 10,042 d 9.0 529 5 12.7 11,416 3,54 4 216 8,300 916 72.7 30.3 35.2 1953 Texas & Hew Orleans ......................... 1953 4,290 118,926 .2 6,747 d 13.1 134,250 40.296 2,342 95,479 11,138 71.1 30.0 34.1
4,292 11,040 606 12,434 3.549 213 8,637 1,193 69.5 28.5 34.1 1952 1952 4,29 118,664 7.767 135,478 39,332 2,338 95,736 12,329 70.7 29,0 35.0


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


Included Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Oalorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Decrease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1954 0 270312


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