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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Suhiect to RS~iom


Miles
of road
operated
at olose
of month


203,404
203,731
1,676
1,679
1,771
1,792

793
793
962
962
2,224
2,237
952
952
1,163
1,214
10,716
10,718
2,185
2,184
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,183
6.186
209
212
614
617
868
868
236
236
360
365
10,066
10,089
1.302
1,312

857
878
5,102
5,116
2,135
2,135
5,366
5,378
1,786
1,786

337
337
2,766
2,766
6,537
6,539
4,737
4.738
1,032
1,032
4,078
4,080
6,286
6,299


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



I3 1262 08731 1071i
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS t.............f-I


FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 1953 AND 1952 11 ~OR TwELvE snTHSE E.Dnn WTHD MR, A. D ,.


Operating revenues


Freight


Passenger


SAmountAmount Pe Total
Amut in- in
orease orease

(b) h (0) (d) () fr


$614,392
709,558
5,273
6,013
7,204
8,422
4,067
4,663
5,271
6,123
11,538
13.003
4,185
4,809
5,039
5,663
44,407
53,991
12,014
13,637
.051
,132
8,281
8,771
28,566
31,288
971
1,676

3,974
4,457
2,268
2,532

3,469
3,933
1,205
1,935
53,004
66,407
8,794
10,314
3,582
4,173
22,222
27,096
13,233
14,712
10,961
12,103
2,729
3,218
2,933
4,012
6,062
6,891
20,177
21,830
15,003
17,722
2,447
2,926
10o,650
11.653
18,458
21,271


d 13.4 $71,970
81,083
A 12.3 956
1,032
d 14. 4,785
4,889
d 12,8 157
170
d13.9 867
932
d 1.3 673
730
d 13.0 222
217
d 110 85


12.553
d 11.9 175
203

S 26.2 77
93
d 5.6 481
499
d 8. 1,862
2:265
d 42.1 11

d 10.8 405
472
d 10,. 312
335
d 11.8

d V.7 2,969
2,970
d 20.2 12,445
14,160
d 14.7 641
688
d 14.2 4
10
d 18.0 696
787
d 101 504
566
d 9.4 1.750
2.004
d 15.2 169
192
d 26.9 184
205
d 12.0 453
477
S 7...6 2,158
2,309
d. 15.3 1,255
1,432
-d 16. 153
179
d. 8.6 1,190
1,388
d--1.2 1,547
1,609


d_2,


d 7.7

d 6.9

d 7.8

2.4

d 4.1

d 8.1

d 11.9

d 17.0

d 3.6

d 17.8

d 15.9

d 14.2

d 6.8











d 61.8

d 11.6

4 10.8

d 12.7

d 11.9

d 9.9

d 5.0

d 6.s

d 12.4

d 14.6

d 14.3


Operating expenses


Depreol-
All titon In-
mainte- luded Total
nance eding


(Money items in thousands of do

$761935 | $28 ,533 40o,601
875.153 286,401 39:313


7,156
8,734
13,822
15,029
4,404
5,008
6,874
7,904
13,303
15,087
4,834
5,453
5,742
6,403
64,787
75,686
12,665
14,321
3,316
4,502
9,710
10,184
33,100
36,223
1,001
1,724
4,842
5,363
2,964
3,266
4,193
4,920
4,417
5,143
73,875
90,837
10,174
11,742
,807
:4,53
24,180
29,302
14,499
16,121
14,188
15,927
3, 44
3, 55

3,556
4,468
7,714
8,026
24,778
27,996
17,759
20,854
3.056
3,691
13,409
14,427
22,853
24,955


2,304
2,518
4,977
4,662
1,688
1,511
1,903
1,936
4,591
4,494
944
1,363
2,802
4,021
20,710
25,387
4,178
3,654
1,191
1,231
2,121
2,329
11,705
12,244
1,138
1,412
2,008
2,257
940
1,106
5,297
1,147

1,606
1,779
30,568
35,532
4,036
4,095
1,693
1,340
11,664
8,805
5,282
5,299
5,043
6,430
1,036
1,132
3,220
759
3,392
2,988
8,324
7,830
6,507
6.695

952
920
4,655
6,331
5,588
5,358


317
325
652
630
228
234
452
433
709
693
147
141
306
312

3,338'
3,300
479
467
342
308
252
451
1,563
1,510
161
149
264
220
157
149
144
126
242
208
4,511
4,383
628
609
257
229
1,932
1,795
949
888
741
846
175
170
194
212
340
314
1,137
1,228
1,042
977
179
168

705
821
1,024
967


ollars)
$655,092
669,698
6,036
6,103
11,790
11,983
3,644
3,528
5,641
5,791
11,773
11,837

3,444
3,849
6,195
7,623
55,710
61,500

9,499
9,606
2,387
2,785
6,955
7,033
28,670
30,078
1,812
1,949
4,385
4,807
2,482
2,454
7,658
3,297
4,191
4,483

75,410
80,146
8,815
9,438
3,:433
3,046
23,227
20,775
11,334
11,510
11,365
13,278
2,747
2,881
4,469
2,047
6,441
6,108
19,101
19,077
13,901
14,495
2,388
2,343
,873
11,824
14,364
14,419


Net
railway
oper-
ating
inoome


3 1 1 fI 1\


$71,168
99,802
775
1,049
1,090
1,315
1,135
2,284
809
1,363
1.070
1,767
635
912
649
188
6,072
7,183
1.240
1,877
1,760
1,379
1,148
2,284
613
2,267








61
1,273
d 14


d 839
2,020
1,186
1,348

457
831
4,713
5,556
1,868
2,709
1,643
1,383

449
602

831
426
737
1,920
3,226
2,784
3,512
427
698

2,168
2,662
4,367
4,787


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


86.0
76.5

84.4
69.9
85.3
79.7
82.7
70."4
82.1
73.3
88.5
78.5
71.3
70.6
107.9
119.0
86.0
81.3

75.0
67.1
72.0
61.9
71.6
69.1
86.6
83.0
181.1
113.1
90.6
89.6
83.7
75.1
182.6
67.0
94.9
87.2
102.1
88.2
86.7
80.4
90.2
68.4
96.1
70.9
78.2
71.4
80.1
83.4
84.7
74.7
125.6
45.8

83.5
76.1
77.1
68.1
78.3
69.5
78.1
63.5

73.6
82.0
62.9
57.8


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


37.3
32.7
32.2
28.8
36.0
31.0
38.3
30.2
27.7
24.5

34.5
29.8

19.5
25.0
48.8
62.8
32.0
33.5
33.0
25.5
35.9
27.3
21.8
22.9

35.4
33.8
113.8
81.9
41.5
42.1

31.7
33.8
126.3
23.3
36.4
34.6
41.4
39.1
39.7
34.9
44.5
30.1
48.2
30.0
36.4
32.9


32.0
29.:4
90.5
17.0
44.0
37.2
33.6
28.0
36.6
32.1
31.2
24.9
34.7
43.9
24.5
21.5


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(M)


Region, road, and year


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 A Hudson ............................ 1953
1952 1952
1953 Delaware Lakawanna & 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 A 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 Illinois .................. 1953
1952 1952
1953 Elgin, Joliet A Eastern ..................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Long Island# ................................ 1953
1952 1952
19539 Pennsylvania ................................. .. 1953
1952 1952
1953 Reading ..................................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Western Maryland ............................. 1953
1952 1952
Pooahontas Regiont
1953 Ohesapeake & Ohio ........................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Norfolk & Western ........................... 1953
1952 1952
Southern Region:
1953 Atlantic C oast Line ......................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Central of Georgia .......................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Oinn., New Orleans & Texas Paoiflo .......... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Gulf Mobile & Ohio .... ........................ 1953
1952 1952
1953 Illinois Central ............................ 1953
1952 1952
1953 Louisville & Nashville ...................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Nahaville, Chattanooga & St. Louis .......... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Seaboard Air Line ........................... 1953
1952 1952
1953 Southern ................................... 1953
1952 1952


Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
d Decrease or defloit.


Average
mlles
of road
operated


203,603
204,013
1,679
1,698

1,778
1,793
793
793
962
963
2,235
2,242
952
952
1,172
1,218
10,716
10,714
2,184
2,185
221
221
2,393
2,393
6,185
6,187
212
212
617
618
868
868
236
236
364
365
10,083
10,117
1,309
1,320
872
878
5,114
5,116
2,135
2,135
5,378
5,464
1,786
1,786

337
337
2,766
2,794
6.538
6,539
4,737
4,758
1,032
1,032
4,080
4,134
6,296
6,305


Operating revenues Operating expenses
Freight Passenger
Depreol-
PerAll ation in-
er; r- Total ainte- luded Total
SAmount cont Amount ent nanoe n pre-
in- in- ceding
crease crease column

()) ((q r ) (a) (tO fu(v) v ()


88,335,244
8.184,124
67,435
66, 852
94,897
93.530
51,519
53,600
71.602
74,090
160,210
154,282
54,096
49,604
68,415
70,441
605,611
581,224
159,446
154,944
45,867
42,388
107.718
101,735
407,948
388,280
29,868
25,632
52,652
54,077
29,616
28,357
45,474
39,159
14,661
14,483
787,465
767,359
117,.860
116,810
48,011
45,078
318,602
329,929
176,541
180,745
131,540
135,558
37,291
36,860
42,173
40,726
82,282
81,782
254,680
252,220
204,922
196,703
34,077
34,676
130,067
133,259
236,557
230,743


1.8 $811,150
872,172


.9

1.5






3.8

9.1




4.2

2.9

8.2

5.9

5.1

16.5




4.4

16.1

1.2

2.6

.9

6.5

d__.3,






1.2

3.6

.6

1.0

4.2






2.5


11,397
I],96Z
51,408
51,677
1,917
2,056

9.558
9.900
7,196
7,601
2,631
2,672
3,700
3,930
117,118
124,344

1,919
2.085

857
913
5,118
5,157
21,642
24,232

7
9
5.55
5,?86

3.183
3,262



38,223
36.,520
142,097
156,316
7,020
6,981
67
112
8,241
8,764
4,914
5,478
19,723
21,318
2,232
2,494
2,116
2,402
4,612
4,905
23,356
22,943
12,921
13,798
1.723
1,872
13,774
15.219
17,421
20,089


(Money Items in thousands of dollars)*
da 7.0 $9,978,740 $3,337,267 $471,263
9,902,152 3,252,896 454,176
d 4.7 88,871 28,842 3,850
89,852 29,833 3,862
d .. 5 165,029 51,948 7,727
163,420 50,251 7,553
6.8 55,257 19,008 2,737
57,633 19,332 2,402
d 3.5 89,650 25,849 5,329
93,175 26,833 5,148
4 5.3 181,505 52,031 8,431
176,459 50,786 8,078
d 1.5 61,'39 18,377 1,688
56,546 19,045 1,676
d 5.8 76,339 24,302 3,615
78,507 24,567 3,607
d 5.8 825,349 279,485 40o,013
806,926 279,404 38,669
d 8.0 167,364 47,251 5,560
162,727 44,376 5,573
dJ6.1 49,259 18.661 3,860
45,845 18,030 3,422
d .8 122,210 31,008 5,415
115,885 30,095 5,290
4 10.7 460,849 157,698 17,535
442,677 148,356 16,940
4 17.1 30,107 11,275 1,857
25,915 10,643 1,575
d 4.0 62,348 21,068 3.142
64,169 21,173 2,821
d 2.4 36,484 11,049 1,830
35,380 10,515 1,733
55,322 21,292 1,677
49,040 12,064 1,491
4.7 55,855 18,545 2,521
53,837 17,163 2,460
d 9.1 1,034,395 371,961 51,234
1,028,750 365,182 50,316
6 132,8 4,4A68 ,369


d 40.2

d 6.0

d 10.3
a6,0

d 10.5




d 11.9

d 6.0

1.8

d6.4

d 8.0




d 13.1


ljz:oeo
131,954
50,754
47,740
344,049
355.683
189,560
195,651
164,579
169,945
42,916
43,350
46,845
45,598
93,633
92,856
308,374
306.856
232,983
226,724

39,946
41,228
156,644
160,584
275,212
271,624


45,365
15,802
15,253
115,326
118,161
67,362
68,919
68,930
67,938

13,773
14,171
16,966
15,122
31,921
30,931
95.883
97,055
79,189
80,919
12,116
12,453
52,200
54,418
84,943
83,056


7,059
2,990
2,610
22,248
21,321
11.097
10,495
8,240
7,843
1,985
1,862
2,485
2,539

3.949
3,718
12,511
13,032
12,011
10,893
2,113
2,026
8,197
9,080
12,170
11,768


$7,638,486 $1,026,2631 76.5 3 33.4
7,564,889 995,593 76.4 32.9


71,599
72,544
132,973
130,302
41,834
43,773
69,533
71,650
136,383
134,941
48,432
47,306
59,139
59,744
683,643
681,927
113,860
109,794
38,093
37,257
88,784
84,701
366,066
351,518
18,391
17,541
50,245
51,743
27,954
26,720
43,703
32,372
47,991
46,968
864,523
865,886

103,257
102,152

33,906
33,661
248,498
253,214
136.450
138,580
141,646
138,627
34,525
35,860
30,974
29,290
66,433
65,051
221,014
223,365
168,867
173,248
28,667
29,070
112,836
116,886
186,400
188,102


5,382
5,063
9,928
10,633
10,420
8,804
10,188
10,857
18,986
18,388
4,822
1,881

10,535
10,930
63,180
49,817
21,772
22,766
14,690
10,527
13,504
13,617
43,798
44,340

7,378
6,307
4,890
5,002
4,300
4,301
4,53
,771
d 197
d 2.009
74,796
74,930
16,894
15,767
10,445
8,658
59,916
56,983
27,727
28,547
10,296
12,233
4,265
3,834
7,008
6,964
10,691
10,635
32,940
31,914
34,384
27,659
5,838
6,153
23,829
23,041
41,986
36,377


80.6
80.7
80.6
79.7
75.7
76.0
77.6
76.9

75.1
76.5
79.1
83.7
77.5
76.1
82.8
84.5
68.0
67.5
77.3
81.3
72.6
73.1
79.4
79.4
61.1
67.7
80.6
80.6
76.6
75.5
79.0
66.0
85.9
87.2
83.6
84.2

77.7
77.4
66.8
70.5
72.2
71.2
72.0
70.8
86.1
81.6
80.5
82.7
66.1
64.2

71.0
70.1
71.7
72.8
72.5
76.4
71.8
70.5
72.0
72.8
67.7
69.3


32.5
33.2
31.5
30.7
34.4
33.5
28.8
28.8
28.7
28.8
30.0
33.7
31.8
31.3
33.9
34.6
28.2
27.3
37.9
39.3
25.4
26.0
34.2
33.5
37.4
41.1

33.8
33.0
30.3
29.7
38,5
24.6
33.2
31.9
36.0
35.5
35.7
34.4
31.1
32.0
33.5
33.2
35.5
35.2
41.9
40.0

32.1
32.7
36.2
33.2
34.1
33.3
31.1
31.6
34.0
35.7
30.3
30.2
33.3
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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 DECEMBER 1953 AND 1952 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER 1953 AND 1952

Miles Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road eight Passenger Net Oper- maint- tranes- Average Freight Passenger Percent Percent
operated Depreci- miles Depreci- Net o- sinta- I
Spelose ati otn n- railway sting nance portation Region, road, and year lfreD1- railway sting nane portaton
of month Per- Per- All eluded sper- ratio expenses expenses or oad All a0ion e- ratinpexcesP e
nTotal maint in e Total sting (pe r- o ner- of ope- operated Per- Per- Ttal e- d Total ioOexens e
OnnetcodiugtIncacent Aeun cent Toas eating (per- of oper- o pe
ascett)is- AsaIin- e edng iAmountnm st tgAmounts-nance in p-income cent) eating sting
rease crease olun revenue revenues rease crease cdlurevenues revenue
(a)W(b) ) (a (e) (f) (g)C(h))(1) (J) (k) (1).(.ai)... Cn) ...n.... (olD)(p) () (r) (e) (t) (u) (v) Wv) (x).(y )()(a)
(Honey items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region: (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
$11581$2,1071563 $4,871 $1,158 $ 176 $1,71 8.3 31.2 1953 hago & North Western ..................... 195 7,875 $ 160,069 22,586 .5 $2,3 $7052 $13,384 175528 956 85.9 34.5



1,617 2,99 6.9 182 d13.2 2935 81 144 282 8.6 30.0 47.8 193 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ...... 1953 1,617 29,581 .9 1,999 34,330,9 1,636 29,92 601 87.3 31.9 .
1,617 2,683 209 3,192 759 140 2,397 422 75.1 23.8 44.7 1952 1952 1,617 29,324 2,263 34,723 10,315 1,601 29,647 330 85.u 29.7 45.9
569 583 d1.6 4.4 659 1,598 211 2,764 4,778 419.3 242.4 121.7 1953 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ...............1953568 54,282 30. 7 d 38.2 63,21 1622 1,985 36,750 ,539 58.1 25.7 29.7
567 852 1 979 1,533 152 3,434 d 314 350.9 156.6 143.7 1952 1952 568 41,544 12 48,'479 15,524 1,750 35,611 5,638 73.5 32.0 37.2
8,305 16,595 d 4. 1,103 d 13.8 19,248 8,185 1,038 16,373 292 85.1 42.5 36.2 1953 Great Northern .............................1953 8,303 235,815 4.2 12,507 d 11. 268,035 93,43 12,240 194,884 27,531 72.7 34.9 32.1
8,303 17,377 1,280 20,263 8,640 997 17,270 280 85.2 42.6 364 1952 1952 8,31 226,309 14,118 260,247 90,030 11,503 191,416 25,914 73.6 34.6 33.
3,222 2,175 d10.9 67 d 20.0 2,43 1,456 148 3,017 2_4 125.5 60.6 56.6 1953 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault aSte. Marie .... 1953 3,223 36,222 d. 1,060 9,707 17,199 1,751 35.412 1,433 89.2 43.3 39.5
3,223 2,2 8 2,76 1,532 19 3,129 18 113.1 5 99 1952 1952 3,223 38,548 1,106 42,170 17,46 1,721 36,398 1,910 86.3 41.4 39.2
6,866 12,226 d 10.4 639 10.7 14,56 4,807 I 679 11,790 771 81.1 3.0 4 0.4 1953 Northern Pacific ............................ 1953 6,89 159,312 1.8 7,613 6.5 181,175 6479 8,003 146,84 14,867 81.0 35.8 38
6,881 13,650 715 15,951 5,532 646 12,928 771 81.0 3.? 39.3 1952 1952 6,883 156,552 7149 177,869 63,503 7,723 143,249 15,425 80.5 35.7 38.0
1,041 1,969 d 16.5 39 d 21. 2,157 1,027 112 2,6 105.0 47.6 46.6 1953 Wisconsin Central# ...... ................ ....1953 1,045 29,465 2.4 518 d 4.2 31,873 10,280 1,273 24909 2,842 78.2 32.3



~ :W 1 ozo.Ce ntral Wesntern Regi on: n ........ 2
13,093 39,50 3. 3986 d 21.4 49,247 21,275 2477 42,78 458 86.9 43.2 33.9 1953 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ .............. 1953 13,095 11,143 .0 9,629 d 13.7 61,531 211,67 28,506 362 75,109 71.9 3. 3.
13072 45,727 5,071 56,752 17,528 2,421 38,522 6,695 67.9 30.9 30.8 1952 1952 13,072 91,592 57,539 604,512 195,875 27747 423,368 6937 70.0 32. 31.
8,867 17,76 d 12. ,832 d .2 21,631 ,605 1,14 1864 1,37 86.2 39.8 o0.0 1953 Chicago, Burington & .. Quinoy................ 1953 8,867 230,611 3.3 20,350 .9 27814 89,090 12 96 20312 29,880 73.0 32.0 35.2
8,867 20,30 1,973 24971 6,973 1,021 16,774 5,501 67.2 27.9 33.9 1952 1952 8,824 223,231 20,173 270,348 82,948 12,556 193:36 31,74 71.6 30.7 35.2
7,891 12,370 d16.8 1.789 d 14.o 15799 4229 802 ii,465 2,62 72.6 26.8 37.7 1953 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific ..............1953 7,904 169,844 d 2.6 19,034 5 207,955 59,724 9,517 147,337 28,259 70.9 28.7 3.5
7916 ,87 2,080 18,757 ,604 806 13,080 2,533 69.7 24.5 37.8 1952 1952 7,916 174,423 20,568 213,938 61,803 9,014 154,169 25,339 72.1 28.9 35.9
2,305 5,629 d 17.5 216 d .6 6,055 1,619 373 4,013 1,070 66.3 26.7 31.6 1953 Denver & Rio Grands Western.................. 1953 2,315 78,391 3.7 3,526 84,701 24,181 4,188 54,940 13,096 64.9 28.5 29.5
2,333 6,820 307 7,396 1,731 341 4,548 1,209 61.5 23.4 31.1 1952 1952 2,333 75,589 3,532 82,135 23,651 3,970 55,443 11,621 67.5 28.8 31.9
8,119 34,260 d 10.2 3,106 19.5 41,033 15,302 2,330 35,759 2,207 87.1 37.3 42.6 1953 Southern Pacific Co. ........................ 1953 8,114 469,740 .3 38,697 d 12.8 546,1 27 179,98 26,381 422,14 ,106 77.3 32-9 38.0
8,113 38,135 3,860 45,593 15,271 2,075 36,090 5,106 79.2 33.5 38.9 1952 1952 8,118 468,238 4,03 551,859 173,2881 23,932 414,586 58,096 75.1 31.4 37.5
9,821 35,399 6 2,996 d618.0 41,961 14i,6o 1,762 34,428 79 82.0 34.5 39.5 1953 nIon Pacific..............................1953 36,264 d 8.4 530,024 172269 19,716 400,427 28860
9,824 :i1113,652 49,021 15,0660 1,703 36,031 4,343 73.5 30.7 36.3 1952 1952 9,847 438,729 39,604 520,221 167,308 18,724 389,840 32,761 74.9 32.2 35.6
1,193 3,917 16. 155 d 28.7 4 162 1,461 232 3,491 392 83.9 35,1 34.3 1953 Western Paeifi ............................. 1953 1,193 54,938 6.0 2,9756 4.3 59,245 17,866 2,572 39,982 ,26 67.5 30.2 28.1
1,193 4,680 218 5,000 1,499 194 3,446 638 68.9 30.0 28.8 1952 1952 1,193 51,828 3,108 56,245 17,396 2,200 38,797 7,102 69.0 30.9 28.9
1,104 2,311 d620.6 187 6 14.9 2.675 1,051 148 2,440 214 91.2 39.3 45.2 1953 International-Great Northern#................ 1953 1,104 32,623 .2 1,892 6 18.5 37,237 14,776 1,754 31,559 3,574 84:8 39.7 39.0
1,104 2,909 219 3,414 1,360 137 2,864 336 83.9 39.8 38.4 1952 1952 1,104 32,551 2,321 38,204 14,735 1,602 31,584 3,491 82.7 38.6 38.1
891 3,161 d 9.8 155 63 1.8 3,676 1,356 M0 3,0266 907 72.3 36.9 28.0 1953 Kansas City Southerno........................11953 891 4 1,980 1.1 1,643 6 68 47,861 i,406 1,58 29,963 8,404 62.6 28.0

3,242 5,610 d69.6 301 df2.4 6,626 2,083 330 5,218 777 78.8 31,4 38.2 1953 Missouri-Kansos-Texas Lines.................. 1953 3.242 73,924 .5 3,268 4 .3 85,546 26,478 3,915 62,854 9,45 73.5 31.0 34.6
3,242 6,206 393 ?,312 2,260 322 5,401 1,190 73.9 30,9 34.2 1952 1952 3,242 73,574 4,16 85,115 24,952 3,791 61,316 10,741 72.0 29.3 34.6
6,922 15,433 d634.4 1,021 620.7 18,218 7,882 1,093 16,666 799 91.5 43:3 41.8 1953 Missouri Paolfico#........................... 1953 6,936 206,308 dJ25 11,290 610.3 238,262 93,545 12,146 194,136 23,414 81.5 39.3 36.5
6,935 18,029 1,287 21,599 8,637' 979 17,426 2,119 80.7 40.0 35.5 1952 1952 6,949 211,636 12,591 28, 491 90,001 11,511 191,867 28,052 77.2 36.2 35.7
1,829 5,757 611.2 405 d9.1 6,787 2,263 3273 ,104 966 75.2 33.4 33.5 1953 Texas & Pacifico............................. 1953 1,833 75,646 5.3 4,316 d e8.0 86,485 26,170 3,923 59,568 12,531 68.9 32.3
1,834 6,482 447 7.704 1,928 330 4,752 1,597 61,7 25,0 30.0 1952 1952 1,834 71,845 4g,690 83,626 24,630 4,004 56,704 13,328 67.8 29.5 31.0
4,601 9,945 d 1.0 453 615.3 11,379 2,900 618 7,923 1,64 69.6 25.5 36.0 1953 St. Louis-San Francisco ..................... 1953 4,601 114,261 2.6 5,757 d419. 129.965 4 0,297 7,289 96,985 15,216 74.6 31.0 35.6
4,601 lO,040 534 12,025 3,215 592 8,042 2,346 66.9 26.7 32.7 1952 1952 4,601 111,609 6,815 129,26 4 0,999 7,187 96,158 17,376 74.4 31.7 35.3
159 288 17.8 4 648.8 317 31 5 248 78.2 9.9 55.9 1953 St. Louis-San Franoisoo & Texas..............1953 159 4,719 d 6.8 69 614.0 5,055 1,098 56 3,468 396 68.6 21.7 38.2
159 463 7 506 106 4 356 1 70.4 21.0 41.7 1952 1952 159 5,063 80 5,514 1,063 52 3,366 716 61.0 19.3 35.5
1,561 5,347 614.7 29 613.4 5,563 2,852 158 4,866 3,881 87.5 51.3 29.0 1953 St. Louis Southwestern Lines................. 1953 1,565 69,955 dj .5 288 632.6 72,643 22,427 1,887 46,467 13,863 64.0 30.9 27.2
1,569 6,271 34 6,536 1,498 156 3,473 1,617 53.1 22.9 24.6 1952 1952 1,569 70,273 428 73,590 16,741 1,795 41,009 13,518 55.7 22.7 27.1
4,290 10,082 6 10.9 638 d612.1 11,708 3,577 214 8,449 1,076 72.2 30.6 34.2 1953 Texas & Hew Orleans..........................1953 4,290 129,008 d .7 7,386 d61130 145,958 43,873 2,556 103,928 12,214 71.2 30.1 34.1
4,291 11,316 726 13,022 3,897 1 211 9,628 1,259 73.9 29.9 36.9 1952 1952 4,291 129,980 8,493 148,500 43,229 2.549 105,364 13,587 71.0 29.1 35.2


SPerentntcrease computed on units of dollars.
# Report of trustee or trustees.


BInoludes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Deorease or defloit.
SU. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1954 0 270312 8


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