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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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
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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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Statement No. M-150
JANUARY 1954


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

FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 1954 AND 1953

Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Freight Passenger I Percent Percent
Region, road, and year operated Depreci- rilway acting ce portton
at close All nation oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month er- Per- Total mainte- luded Totalting (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount int Amount nt nance cedin e- incoe cent) eating eating
crease crease column revenues revenues

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (I ) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Total--Roads listed herein ............................... 1954 203,230 $571,146 d 13.7 $67,128 d 11.6 $698,096 $243,506 $40,289 $587,054 $28,346 84.1 34.9 41.6
1953 203,723 662,190 75,970 804,878 262,089 38,098 620,263 73,267 77.1 32.6 37.9
New England Region:
Boston & Maine ...................................... 1954 1,676 4,998 d 11.8 893 d 11.2 6,628 2,456 317 6,134 d___428 92.6 37.1 48.4
1953 1,679 5,667 1,oo006 7,536 2,523 325 6,296 286 83.5 33.5 43.9
New York, New Haven & Hartford ...................... 1954 1,771 6,532 d 14.8 4,212 d 2.1 12,114 3.501 651 10,235 d 61 84.5 28.9 47.6
1953 1,792 7,667 4,303 13,461 3,885 625 10,785 768 80.1 28.9 44.0
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson .................................... 1954 793 3,602 d 11.2 181 d _.3 3,919 1,433 228 3,380 220 86.3 36.6 42.0
1953 793 4,054 188 4,391 1,475 231 3,383 707 77.0 33.6 36.9
Del., Lackuwanna& Western ............................ 1954 962 5,259 d 10.0 835 d 2.2 6,730 1,944 451 5,530 565 82.2 28.9 46.4
1953 962 5,845 858 7,444 2,084 435 5,790 803 77.8 28.0 43.9
Erie ............................ ................... 1954 2,224 11,156 d 14.5 624 d 6.o 12,734 3,703 710 10,183 1,121 80.0 29.1 42.7
1953 2,237 13,049 664 14,786 3,835 698 10,763 1,745 72.8 25.9 39.9
Grand Trunk Western .................................. 1954 952 4,000 d_ 4.8 213 d 7.0 4,542 1,499 141 3,948 d 4 4 86.9 33.0 48.3
1953 952 4,203 229 4,819 1,498 138 4,036 239 83.7 31.1 47.4
Lehigh Valley ........................................ 1954 1,163 4,516 d 12.8 348 1.0 5,207 1,758 292 4,624 13 88.8 33.8 47.3
1953 1,214 5,496 344 6,146 1,782 303 4,629 806 75.3 29.0 39.8
Hew York Central ..................................... 1954 10,716 40,670 d 14.3 9,837 d 14-.2 57,978 20,425 3,401 55,719 d 86z 90.9 35.2 47.9
1953 10,718 47,452 11,553 67,225 23,008 3,319 57,293 3,437 85.2 34.2 44.0
New York, Chicago & St. Louis ........................ 195h 2,184 11,133 d 16.4 176 d_10.0 11,613 3,427 480 8,506 1,303 73.3 29.5 37.0
1953 2,184 13,316 196 13,913 4,128 468 9,719 1,681 69.9 29.7 34.5
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ............................... 1954 221 2,901 d27.2 79 9.2 3,153 1,399 335 2,831 805 89.8 44.4 36.1
1953 221 3,986 87 4,318 1,594 305 3,341 1,093 77.4 36.9 33.4
Wabash ............................................... 1954 2,393 7,946 1.7 392 d 17.6 9,052 2,620 456 7,158 609 79.1 28.9 42.5
1953 2,393 7,810 476 9,047 2,325 452 6,830 897 75.5 25.7 42.4
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio ..................................... 1954 6,183 27,915 d1-4.l 1,721 d22.J 31,719 10,018 1,455 25,999 2,573 82.0 31.6 42.9
1953 6,186 32,505 2,227 37,117 12,685 1,419 29,811 3,589 80.3 34.2 39.6
Bessemer & Lake Erie ................................. 195L 209 1,231 a 18.0 1,246 852 160 1,349 21 108.3 68.4 29.9
1953 213 1,501 1,522 1,314 147 1,810 d..23I 119.0 86.3 25.1
Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey....................... 1954 614 3,892 d 13.4 454 .4 4,693 1,414 263 3,850 334 82.0 30.1 46.0
1953 617 4,497 452 5,270 1,738 241 4,310 321 81.8 33.0 43.2
Chicago & Eastern Ill................................. 1954 868 2,210 d 5.6 262 d 12.9 2,742 823 157 2,226 260 81.2 30.0 39.6
1953 868 2,342 301 2,962 860 149 2,272 340 76.7 29.0 37.3
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .. ..................... 1954 236 3,229 d 19.8 3,935 2,817 138 4,630 d _1224 117.7 71.6 40.9
1953 236 4,028 4,858 1,123 135 3,042 35 62.6 23.1 35.5
Long Island # ........................................ 1954 360 884 d 16.9 3,055 2.1 11,151 1,637 211 4,248 d 827 102.3 39.4 58.3
1953 365 1,064 2,991 4,290 1,528 207 4,059 d- O5 94.6 35.6 34.1
Pennsylvania ......................................... 1954 10,051 52,404 d 16.6 12,901 d 10.0 72,292 25,477 4,352 64,115 403 88.7 35.2 46.8
1953 10,089 62,850 14,340 85,412 30,002 3,932 71,561 5,967 83.8 35.1 43.0
Reading .............................................. 1954 1,302 8,619 d 15.2 610 d 8.0 9,839 3,147 624 7,615 1,195 77.4 32.0 39.6
1953 1,312 10,159 662 11,550 3,953 610 8,813 1,317 76.3 34.2 37.2
Western Maryland ..................................... 1954 857 3,473 d 18.3 4 d48.7 3,677 1,233 256 2,731 641 74.3 33.5 32.5
1953 873 4,249 8 4,479 1,281 230 2,881 867 64.3 28.6 29.5
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio .................................... 1954 5,102 22,666 d 14.^ 654 a 9.1 24,240 8,985 1,882 19,499 3,438 80.4 37.1 35.4
1953 5,116 26,638 720 28.545 9,388 1,798 20,215 4,791 70.8 32.9 31.3
Norfolk & Western .................................... 1954 2,135 12,668 d lO2 411 d 8._ 2 13,716 ),772 956 11,528 1,233 84.0 42.1 35.1
1953 2,135 14,187 h448 15,401 5,785 890 11,713 1,764 76.1 37.6 32.3
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line .................................. 1954 5,366 10,270 d 12.3 2,189 d 10~ 13,653 4,538 715 10,654 1,332 78.0 33.2 37.0
1953 5,379 11,715 2,442 15,390 5,827 678 12,298 1,147 79.9 37.9 35.2
Central of Georgia ................................... 1954 1,786 2,833 d 11,5 190 .1_5..- 3,295 1,055 184 2,795 247 84.8 32.0 41.3
1953 1,786 3,203 225 3,723 1,172 161 2,910 335 78.2 31.5 37.3
Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific ................... 1954 337 2,827 d 15.6 212 d 6.4 3,259 1,229 190 2,343 403 71.9 37.7 27.8
1953 337 3,348 227 3,793 1,211 206 2,445 561 64.5 31.9 27.3
Gulf,Mobile & Ohio ................................... 1954 2,766 6,064 d 11.8 4o3 d 10.3 6,989 2,221 341 5,119 700 73.2 31.8 32.3
1953 2,766 6,871 ---- 49 7,884 2,537 318 5,511 910 69.9 32.2 29.6
Illinois Central ..................................... 1954 6,537 18,855 d 6.2 1,982 2.7 23,315 7,756 1,061 18,016 1,938 77.3 33.3 37.2
1953 6,539 20,104 1,930 24,821 8,131 1,098 18,813 2,206 75.8 32.8 36.7
Louisville & Nashville ............................... 1954 4,737 15,033 d 8.6 1,053 d 16.1 17,336 6,393 1,037 13,789 2,.278 79.5 36.9 36.9
1953 4,737 16,445 1,254 19,062 6,269 951 14,049 2,440 73.7 32.9 35.4
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ................... 1954 1,032 2,454 d 9.3 170 d 6.8 2,9h6 879 180 2,275 324 77.2 29.8 39.2
1953 1,032 2,.705 183 3,259 910 171 2,301 475 70.6 27.9 34.9
Seaboard Air Line ................................... 1994 ,078 10,953 d8.8 1,261 d20.7 13,262 4,349 695 9,546 1,994 72.0 32.8 32.4
1953 4,080 12,011 1,591 14,704 4,813 662 10,338 2,199 70.3 32.7 30.9
Southern ............................................. 1954 6,286 17,162 d 14.7 1,594 d...2 20,444 7,047 1,018 15,282 2,431 74.7 34.5 33.6
1953 6,299 20,118 1,695 23,453 6,914 962 15,728 3,185 67.1 29.5 31.8

* Percent Increase computed on units of dollars.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
d Decrease or deficit.










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


FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 1954 AND 1953

M iles Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Percent Percent

of month p All ationI- oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month Per- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount cent Amount cent nance in pre- income cent) ating eating
in- in- ceding revenues revenues
ccrease crease column revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) I(f) (Rg)(h) (1) (1) (k) (1) (m) (n)

(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western .............................. 1954 7,876 $10,620 d 14.1 $1,848 d .9 $14,139 $4,728 $1,142 $13,183 d $635 93.2 33.4 51.0
1953 7,874 12,358 1,865 16,059 5,324 1,096 14,067 539 87.6 33.2 47.1
Chicago Great Western ................................ 1954 1,470 2,486 18.1 11 54.1 2,661 788 161 1,843 308 69.3 29.6 32.6
1953 1,468 2,105 7 2,279 577 158 1,543 304 67.7 25.3 34.1
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ............... 1954 10,639 14,451 d 15.4 1,147 d 22.0 17,498 6,869 1,246 16,449 d 784 94.0 39.3 46.5
1953 10,670 17,092 1,471 20,647 6,912 1,233 16,964 1,225 82.2 33.5 41.6
Chioago,St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ................ 1954 1,616 2,174 d 8.9 156 d 20.7 2,539 758 138 2,329 d 26 7 91.7 29.9 54.2
1953 1,617 2,387 197 2,842 749 135 2,386 62 84.0 26.4 50.8
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ......................... 1954 569 217 d 8.1 1 d 29.9 267 1,472 171 2,212 d 2 04 829.2 552.0 233.5
1953 567 350 1 419 1,219 152 2,007 d 1.693 479.3 291.2 157.2
Great Northern ....................................... 1954 8,305 12,280 d 14.0 869 d 15.1 14,200 6,831 1,039 14,985 d 2684 105.5 48.1 48.6
1953 8,303 14,277 1,023 16,517 7,064 997 15,008 d 418 90.9 42.8 40.6
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie ............. 1954 3,222 2,107 d 12.0 65 d 12.8 2,333 1,199 148 2,613 d 473 112.0 51.4 51.4
1953 3,223 2,393 75 2,652 1,270 149 2,737 d 287 103.2 47.9 47.8
Northern Pacific ..................................... 1954 6,866 9,659 d 16.7 569 d 12.1 11,258 5,135 695 12,195 d 1.77Q 108.3 45.6 53.6
1953 6,881 11,593 647 13,348 4,648 655 11,564 836 86.6 34.8 43.7
Wisconsin Central# ................................... 1954 1,042 1,950 d 17.9 33 d 21.6 2,115 796 112 1,966 d 129 93.0 37.6 47.0
1953 1,046 2,374 42 2,561 764 103 1,963 300 76.6 29.8 40.2
Central Western Region:
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ...................... 1954 13,070 33,417 d 17.9 3,640 d 23.9 41,324 15,515 2,519 33,480 2,955 81.0 37.5 35.8
1953 13,094 40,684 4,781 49,962 15,187 2,292 33,722 6,626 67.5 30.1 30.6
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ......................... 1954 8,867 16,387 d 10.2 1,536 d 6.2 20,048 5,954 1,152 15,103 2,077 75.3 29.7 39.1
1953 8,867 18,251 1,639 22,256 6,024 1,041 15,390 2,800 69.2 27.1 36.0
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ....................... 1954 7,891 11,857 d 15.8 1,507 d 16.4 14,808 4,375 799 11,696 1,268 79.0 29.5 40.4
1953 7,916 14,077 1,803 17,418 4,334 774 11,701 2,501 67.2 24.9 34.6
Denver & Rio Grande Western .......................... 1954 2,167 5,250 d 16.4 230 d 19.7 5,726 1,488 373 3,861 931 67.4 26.0 33.2
1953 2,333 6,281 287 6,785 1,610 339 4,152 1,152 61.2 23.7 30.6
Southern Pacific Co. ................................. 1954 8,119 30,148 d 20.1 2,923 d 18.7 35,666 12,451 2,283 30,917 1,491 86.7 34.9 43.9
1953 8,113 37,718 3,596 44,193 14,015 2,074 33,089 4,513 74.9 31.7 36.8
Union Pacific ........................................ 1954 9,821 31,984 d 5.1 2,513 d 18.0 37,071 12,145 1,707 30,145 980 81.3 32.8 39.8
1953 9,824 33,716 3,063 39,851 12,810 1,581 31,266 1,542 78.5 32.1 38.2
Western Pacific ...................................... 1954 1,193 3,336 d 22.3 195 d 20.0 3,610 1,313 241 3,025 254 83.8 36.4 35.2
1953 1,193 4,292 244 4,635 1,406 196 3,245 538 70.0 30.3 30.4
Southwestern Region:
International Great-Northern# ........................ 1954 1,103 2,257 d 21.2 161 d 1.3 2,627 953 150 2,257 220 85.9 36.3 42.6
1953 1,104 2,865 164 3,288 1,264 137 2,673 305 81.3 38.5 37.0
Kansas City Southern .................................. 1954 891 3,048 d 21.0 142 d 8.8 3,510 724 125 2,022 594 57.6 20.6 30.7
1953 891 3,856 156 4,392 .948 124 2,378 '732 54.2 21.6 27.6
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .......................... 1954 3,242 5,109 d 14.4 293 3.4 5,958 1,893 332 4,920 392 82.6 31.8 41.4
1953 3,242 5,970 283 6,842 2,041 319 5,087 676 74.3 29.8 36.0
Missouri Pacific# .................................... 1954 6,922 14,530 d 13.9 919 d 8.3 17,145 6,082 1,040 14,218 1,153 82.9 35.5 40.9
1953 6,935 16,881 1,002 19,758 7,446 978 15,977 1,986 80.9 37.7 37.5
Texas & Pacific ...................................... 1954 1,829 5,708 d 10.5 389 3.2 6,642 2,158 329 4,935 789 74.3 32.5 33.6
1953 1,834 6,381 376 7,353 2,036 334 4,851 1,076 66.0 27.7 31.3
St. Louis-San Francisco .............................. 1954 4,601 8,700 d 7.7 484 d 11.2 9,960 3,201 627 7,992 738 80.2 32.1 39.3
1953 4,601 9,424 545 10,777 3,526 597 8,193 1,200 76.0 32.7 35.6
St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ...................... 1954 159 336 d 6.3 3 d 42.4 359 69 5 275 24 76.4 19.2 46.5
1953 159 359 6 396 98 4 298 22 75.2 24.6 40.9
St. Louis Southwestern Lines ......................... 1954 1,561 4,776 d 17.9 14 d 47.7 4,956 1,439 158 3,274 d 1.158 66.1 29.0 29.9
1953 1,568 5,819 27 6,045 1,508 155 3,530 910 58.4 25.0 27.8
Texas & New Orleans .................................. 1954 4,292 10,004 d 13.7 564 d 9.1 11,257 3,363 260 8,302 1,234 73.7 29.9 36.3
1953 4,290 11,595 621 13,022 3,731 211 8,727 1,302 67.0 28.6 31.9


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
6 Decrease or deficit.
a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado &


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1954 0 270312-9


Santa re; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.




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