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.
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English
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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
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The Bureau
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Washington, D.C

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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.
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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.
General Note:
"Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
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Title from caption.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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3 1262 08731 1535 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


JUL 23 19 54
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"~ -.L FOR THE MONTH Or APRIL 1954 AND 1955 ----------------------^ S---r --f----
ON THE MONTH OF APRIL 1954 AND 1953FOR FOURMONTHS ENDED WITHAPRIL 1954AND 1953
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses -
Miles P ntrnOperatingrvenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Percent Percent 0rih P
operated Depreci- Net Oper- mainte- trans- Average Freight Passenger Percent Percent
at olose atlon in- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year milesaNt Depreci- Net Oper- aint- tns-
ofpnth Per- er- ll luded ope- tio pense expenses aton in- ralwa acting nance portaton
cAmount oete-entCnte- TotalT mainte- nCde- Total ting (per- of oper- of ope- operated per- Per- All n d e expne
n -Amount cn nanoe income cent) atlng atlng cent cent Total Int- Total sting (per- ofoper- of oper-
rease grease column revenues revenueoun. in- Aount in- ance ceding income cent) ting atng
crease rease column crease crease column revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (J) (k) (1) (a) (n) (o) ( o I) r) (s) WI (v)w) (a)
(Money Items in thousands of dollars)* W-----------(I y -I- ----)---
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
203,163 591,220 d16. 857,370 713,774 $243,639 $40,833 $573,405 $54,213 80.3 34.1 38.8 1954 Total--Roads listed he rein .....................1954 203,205 #2,343,598 14235,41 d 11.7 $2,829,623 967,O11 $162,5Ol $2.299,216 $185,000 81.3 .2 39.
203.638 711,511 64,516 845,472 281,516 39,205 632,326 93,239 74.8 33.3 35.1 1953 Mengland Region: 1953 203,677 2,731,448 266,632 3,264,542 1,074,722 153,494 2,488,084 323,131 76.2 32.9 36.8
1,676 5,379 d 9. 764 9.9 6,93 2,366 316 5,876 43 84.8 .34.1 44.3 1954 NBHoston & Maine...............................1954 1,676 20,816 d9.7 3,431 d7.l 27,305 9,469 1,266 23,664 d a46 86.7 34.7 45.4
1,679 5,956 848 7,62 2,499 323 6,002 472 78.7 32.8 44.0 1953 1953 1,679 23,061 3,694 30,152 9,888 1,295 2,496 1' 81.2 32.8 42.3
1,770 7,102: d .1 3,997 d2.6 12.710 ,757 652 11,598 d 81 91.3 37.4 45.2 1954 New York, New Haven & Hartford ...............1954 1,70 27695 d12.8 15,998 d 2. 49,704 15506 2,608 42,031 60 84.6 31.2 45.5
1,792 81764,101381 92 636 11 6 77 80Great Lakes Region: 1953 1,792 31,746 16,347 54,250 16,708 2,524 43,708 2,965 80.6 30.8 42.
793 3666 d11. 128 d 1 3962 1,293 227 3,092 499 78.0 32.6 37.6 1954 Delaware &Hud ...............on............. 1954 793 14,99 d10.2 603 d. 16,219 5,79 911 13,012 1,856 80.2 34.4 38.4
793 4144 132 4,42 1,741 229 3586 668 80.7 39.2 35.1 1953 1953 793 16,699 622 17,932 6,213 920 13,787 2,887 76.9 34.6 35.8
962 5,096 d 18. 77 d1.7 6,544 1,947 450 5,459 524 83.4 29.8 6.6 195 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western...............195 962 20,30 13 3,081 2 26,061 7,797 1,804 21,843 2,018 83.8 29.9 46.8
962 6,22 78 7,71 2,207 ,81 90 75.5 286 1.1 1953 1953 962 23,460 3,170 29,551 8,426 1,739 23,049 3,205 78.0 28.5 43.
2,224 10,771 21. 533 3. 12,330 3,555 718 9,904 1,157 80.3 28.8 43.2 194 Erie .........................................1954 2,224 44,30 d16.3 2,176 50,30 14,700 2855 40,21 4 4 79.7 29.1 2.3
2,237 13,757 5554 15,47 ,137 701 11,135 1,82 71.9 26.7 38.6 1953 1953 2,23? 52,963 2,313 59,660 15,654 2,79 4 43,526 6.865 73.0 26.2 39.8
952 4,578 d 188 d 4.1 5,098 1,543 142 3,956 390 77.6 30.3 42.1 1954 Grand Trunk Western ......................... 1954 952 17,502 d6.9 777 d6.5 19,640 6,090 566 15,824 1,195 80.6 31. .3
952 4,993 196 5,553 1,618 141 4,251 699 76.6 29.2 42.7 1953 1953 952 18,803 831 21,135 6,190 558 16,236 2,573 76.8 29.3 42.7
1,163 4,697 20 301 5,290 1,718 300 4,355 372 82.3 32.5 42.6 1954 Lehigh Valley..............................1954 1,163 18,614 d 16.1 1,157 d5. 21,O4 6,713 1193 17,580 1,27 83 31.9
1,164 5,883 311 6,51 1,92 292 ,75 92 73.0 29.8 37.1 1953 1953 1,19 22,18 1,226 24,677 ,392 1,10 18,635 3,235 75.5 29.9 39.1
10,713 43,00d0 18. 8,551 d.1 59,27 20,589 3,374 51,166 1,6 86. 34.8 44.3 1954 New York Central ............................1954 10,713 171,77 1534,032 d11.0 236,711 80,877 13,561 205,603 5,436 86.9 32 45.
10,716 52,451 9006 69,894 24,043 3,328 57 9 6, 81.6 34.4 408 1953 1953 1015 202,272 38,236 273,676 93.....18 13,310 228,90 9,189 83.7 3.1 42.9
2.185 10,891 d1.3 130 d16.5 11,455 3,532 489 8,543 1,226 7 6 30.8 36.8 1954 Hew York, Chioago & St. Louis................1954 2,18 44074 d 16.8 58 d 124627 13,406 1,928 3343 5153 72. 91 36.9
2,184 13,337 155 13,912 3,776 453 9,102 2,027 65:4 27.1 32.8 1953 1953 2,184 52,97 635 55,239 15,403 1,841 37,16 7,:73 67.2 27.9 33.9
221 2,443 6 11.9 2,689 1424 335 2,789 598 103.7 53.0 39.7 1954 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie......................1954 221 10,781 306 269 d ,762 5,722 1,339 11,366 2,910 96.6 8.6 37.8
221 4,015 68 4,353 1.626 318 3,308 1,178 76.0 37.4 31.6 1953 1953 221 15,530 292 16,935 6,348 1,246 13,268 4,311 78.3 37.5 33.6


6,186 34,332 1,86t5 38687 13,457 1,445 30,333 4,000 78.4 34.8 37.0 1953 1953 6,186 131,427 7,317 148,274 51,469 5,744 118,198 14,666 79.7 34.7 38.3
209 1,361 d 49.7 1,37 966 160 1.46 106.2 70.3 27.6 1954 Bessemer & Lake Erie.........................1954 209 493 34 1 d12.5 4,990 3,550 640 5558 d 281 1.4 71. 30.5
213 2,702 2,724 793 154 1,368 701 50.2 29.1 17.2 1953 1953 213 ,476 1 7,560 3,836 603 5,931 6 78.5 50.7 21.8
613 3,820 d 14.1 398 d 10.1 4,656 1,628 259 3,879 134 83.3 35.0 42.3 1954 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey .............. 1954 613 15,351 d 12. 1,708 A 3. 18,551 5,994 1,041 15,273 977 82.3 32.3 43.9
617 4,458 442 5,264 1,738 256 4,228 392 80.3 33.0 40.9 1953 1953 617 17,53 1,773 20,732 ,08 996 1693 1,248 81. 3 4.0 1.8
868 2,180 13. 181 d 24.1 2,651 815 157 2,168 256 81.8 30.8 39.2 1954 Chiloago A Eastern Illinois....................1954 868 8,89 5 ?82 1. 10,812 3,308 630 8,728 1,098 80.? 30.6 38.
868 2,513 238 3,082 911 151 2,295 364 74.5 29.6 34.6 1953 1953 868 9,729 1,017 12,049 3,552 599 9,093 1,428 75.5 29.5 35.7
236 2,910 d 23.9 3,544 2,112 139 3,709 d 5 104.6 59.6 38.9 1954 Elgin., Joliet & Eastern .............1954 236 12,390 d 20.1 15,148 10,942 55 17,677 d_,5 116.7 2.2 38.9
236 3,823 4,610 1,323 139 3,166 329 68.7 28.7 35.9 1953 1953 236 15,500 18,813 4,890 55 12,428 66.1 26.0 36.0
360 1,216 d 3,126 .2 4,581 1,724 211 4,389 di 4 95.8 37.6 53.8 1954 Long Island#..................................1954 360 4,272 49.0 11,960 .7 17.160 6,437 846 16,775 9 97.8 7.5 55.8
365 1,236 3,119 4,596 1,569 207 3,976 255 86.5 34.1 48.3 1953 1953 365 4,694 11,872 17,516 6,123 829 15,938 6 57 91.0 5.0 51.7
10,051 52,056 10 ,651 d12.7 70,578 22,657 4,367 58,498 4,643 82.9 32.1 44.9 1954 P6nnylvania ................................1954 10,051 204,187 d20.9 43,415 d11 278,514 96,321 17,443 242,603 6,121 87.1 36 6.3
10,085 67,900 12,197 89,036 30,904 4,711 71,413 8,204 80.2 34.7 4O.O 1953 1953 10,087 257,996 49,200 340,680 119,813 16,344 283,329 26,236 83.2 35.2 42,3
1,306 7,750 d 585 6d2.1 8,984 2,864 623 7,242 1,006 80.6 31.9 42.5 1954 Reading....................................1954 1.305 32,731 16 2,294 d 4.2 37,642 11,556 2, 95 29,1 4 4,556 77.4 2.6
1,310 9,609 598 10,895 3,762 608 8,296 1,487 76.1 34.5 36.5 1953 1953 1,310 39,150 2.394 44,366 15,155 2,437 33,948 5,391 76.5 .2 3.3
857 3,194 19.6 3 d63.6 3,393 1,136 272 2,529 613 74.5 33.5 32.5 1954 Western Maryland............................1954 857 13,158 d16.8 13 d52. 13,899 4,650 1,048 10,367 2,460 74.6 3.5 32.8
873 3,973 9 4,185 1,195 242 2,663 879 63.6 28.5 26.3 1953 1953 873 15,815 27 16,651 4,904 946 11,052 3.226 66.4 29,5 30.4
5,086 22,946 d 14.9 664 14. 24,931 8,702 1,886 19,343 578 77.6 34.9 34.1 1954 Chesapeake A Ohio............................1954 5,098 88,674 5 2,311 d12.0 95,351 34,?00 7,537 76,349 13,460 80.1 6.4 35.2
5,116 26,955 775 29,109 9,617 1,832 20,502 4,918 70.4 33.0 30.6 1953 1953 5,116 202,4?9 2,625 109.865 37,627 7,254 80,652 17,207 73.4 34.2 32.0
2,135 12,373 4 328 13.7 13,378 5,305 971 10,591 1,425 79.2 39.7 32.3 1954 Norfolk & Western ...........................1954 2,135 49.0189 1,340 d 13 52,944 21,795 3,863 43, 739 4,887 82.6 1.2 34.3
2,135 14,787 380 15,854 5,701 916 11,353 2,170 71.6 36.0 29.7 1953 Southern Region: 1953 2,135 55,6668 1,541 59,932 22,829 3,609 46,036 6,623 76.8 38.1 32.5
5,366 11,0416 12.8 1,633 1.1 13,908 4,730 73 1063 101 76.5 34.0 35.2 1954 Atlantis Coast Line ..........................1954 5,366 44,320 9.6 7,828 11. 57,074 18,273 2,905 42,348 4,933 74.2 2.0 34.9
5,379 12,657 1,922 15,760 6,312 677 13,276 824 84.2 4o.0 37.7 1953 1953 5,379 49,038 8,830 62,761 23,690 2,715 50,000 4,020 79.7 37.7 35.2
1,763 &t 2,844 d17.3 154 d24.6 3,347 1,054 181 2,707 369 80.9 31.5 38.6 1954 Central of Georgia...........................1954 1,781 11,582 d1, 673 .12 13,453 4,243 728 10,986 1,335 81.? 31.5 39
1,786 3,438 205 3,937 1,201 159 3,o46 388 77.4 30.5 37.4 1953 1953 1,786 13,193 838 15,282 4,811 637 11,931 1,397 78.1 1.5 37.3
337 3,314 d 14.2 131 d 20.8 3,682 1,158 191 2,301 611 62.5 31.5 24.8 1954 Cmnn., New Orleans & Texas Pacifico........... 1954 33 12,675 d13.0 687 AL120 14,315 4,515 762 8,968 2,316 62.7 31.5
337 3,863 166 4,236 1,259 208 12,472 787 58.4 29.7 23.7 1953 1953 37 14,568 780 16,210 5,0?9 829 9,928 2,804 61.2 1.3
2,766 6,088d6 16.2 318 d12.2 6,884 2,448 350 5,261 639 76.4 35.6 31.4 1954 Gulf Mobile Ohio ...........................1954 2,766 24,739 412.3 1,316 4 .1 27,980 9,416 1,387 20,617 2,940 73.7 3 30.8
2,766 7,261 363 8,160 2,682 326 5,494 1,082 67.3 32.9 27.1 1953 1953 2,766 28,215 1,498 31,839 10,114 1,294 21,512 4,134 67.6 31.8 28.1
6,537 18,889 d 10.6 1,533 6 12.9 22,840 7,628 1,060 17,839 1,681 78.1 33.4 37.7 1954 Illinois Central..............................1954 6,53? 75,116 d8.91 6,920 4 7.. 91,664 31.103 4,241 71,921 6.864 78.53.9 37.6
6,538 21,140 1,759 25,650 7,664 1,019 17,964 3,O04 70.0 29.9 33.9 1953 1953 6,538 82,482 74,90 100,70? 31,846 4:o45 74,188 9,865 73.7 3.6 35.8
4,731 13,991 d20.2 872 d16.3 16,220 6,914 1,166 13,829 1,783 85.3 42.6 36.1 1954 Louisville & Nashville........................1954 4,733 58,587 d15.2 3,569 616.6 67,294 26,921 4,620 55,032 8,149 81.8 400 35.8
4,737 17,543 1,042 19,905 6,801 985 14,343 2,634 72.1 34.2 32.6 1953 1953 4,?37 69,124 4,282 78,542 25,965 3.873 55,797 11,257 71.0 33.1 32.8
1,032 2,707 d 14.2 116 d162 3,265 976 180 2,363 390 72.4 29.9 34.4 1954 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis............ 1954 1,032 10,619 d i.43 511 d 10.9 12,548 3,662 719 9,122 1.592 72.7 29,2 35.8
1,032 ,156 139 3.638 1,108 171 2,480 553 68.2 30.5 31.0 1953 1953 1,032 11,99 574 13,985 4,044 683 9,644 2,106 69.0 28.9 32.7
4,078 11,4O5 17., 1,075 d18.7 13,618 4,655 708 9,862 1,961 72.4 34.2 31.8 1954 Seaboard Air Line.............................1954 4,078 44,923 7.3 4,617 d 218 54,185 18,157 2,803 39,006 7,994 72.0 33.5 31.9
4,O80 12.271 1.321 14,712 4,944 674 10,295 2,202 ?0.0 33.6 30.0 1953 1953 4.080 48,435 5,907 58,952 19,564 2,675 41,536 8,751 70.5 332 30.6
6,286 18,090 dJ1,, 1,098 dl1.7 21,o61 6,668 1,035 14,620 2,963 69.4 31.7 30.9 1954 Southern.....................................1954 6,286 70,641 d12.6 5,062 d10.2 83,283 27,395 4,096 59,369 11,153 71.3 32.9 31.8
6,299 20,414 1,302 23,349 6,948 971 15,131 3,770 64.8 29.8 1 29.4 1953 1953 6,299 80,818 5,635 93,072 27,566 3.875 61,111 14,298 65.7 29.6 30,3

Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
A Decrease or deficit.




















FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 1954 AND 1953 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL 1954 AND 1953

Miles O -perating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Percent Percent Average
operated Depreol- Net Oper- mainte- trans- mile a Freight Passenger Percent Percent
at close action in- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year of road Depeci- et pera- malnte- trans-
of month Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses operated Allation In- railway eating nance portatlon
cent cent Total mainte- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- of opera Per- Per- Total mlnte- eluded Total at ng (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount in- Amount n- nance ceding income cent) eating eating Amount cent Amount cent ance in income ent) of opr- of oper-
crease crease column revenues revenues In- in- oeding
crease crease column revenues revenues
(a) (b) (a) (d) (e) (f) (W) hW () (10) (WL) lW (- m)-I()(op()()(a) I(U)_________)I___________ )) CW) Ctt___)
I -- --- ---- -- 1 ---- -- -~


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


d 17.4 $1,4921 d 6.5 $14,339 I $5,468
1,5961 16,863 6,205


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


Northwestern Region:
1954 Chicago & North Western ..................... 1954
1953 1953
1954 Chicago Great Western ....................... 1954
1953 1953
1954 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ...... 1954
1953 1953
1954 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Om ...... 1954
1953 1953
1954 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............... 1954
1953 1953
1954 Great Northern............................... 1954
1953 1953
1954 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie .... 1954
1953 1953
1954 Northern Pacific ............................ 1954
1953 1953
1954 Wisconsin Central # ......................... 1954
1953 1953
Central Western Region:
1954 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/............... 1954
1953 1953
1954 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy.................. 1954
1953 1953
1954 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific .............. 1954
1953 1953
1954 Denver & Rio Grands Western ................. 1954
1953 1953
1954 Southern Pacific Go. ........................ 1954
1953 1953
1954 Union Pacific ............................... 1954
1953 1953
1954 Western Pacific ............................. 1954
1953 1953
Southwestern Region:
1954 International-Great Northern # ..............1954
1953 1953
1954 Kansas City Southern ........................ 1954
1953 1953
1954 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................. 1954
1953 1953
1954 Missouri Pacific # .......................... 1954
1953 1953
1954 Texas & Pacific ............................. 1954
1953 1953
1954 St. Louis-San Francisco ..................... 1954
1953 1953
1954 St. Louis-Sar Francisco & Texas ............. 1954
1953 1953
1954 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ................ 1954
1953 1953
1954 Texas & New Orleans ......................... 1954
1953 1953


7,876
7,874
1,470
1,468
10,639
10,670
1,616
1,617
566
567
8,305
8,303
3,222
3,223
6,866
6,881
1,042
1,046
13,067
13,094
8,858
8,867
7,886
7,910
2,164
2,313
8.119
8,113
9,816
9,824
1,193
1,193
1,103
1.104
891
891
3,241
3,242
6,921
6,935
1,836
1,834
4,60i
4,601
159
159
1,562
1,567
4,292
4,291


d 11.7

46.4


d 11.5

d 4.4

d 58.6

d 7.2

d 5.3

d 9.8

d 14.9


d 16.7

d 8.1

d 15.2

d 17.0

d 15.2

d 10.1

d 24.2

d 21.4

d 17.6

d 17.7

d 12.9

d 12.4

d 8.6

d 21.6

d 22.6

d 17.1


$11,120
13,463
2,496
2,555
15,709
17,769
2,193
2,320
2,034
5,362
15,631
19,137
2,728
2,801
12,151
13,343
2,320
2,583
36,424
44,778
16,278
18,605
12,414
14,185
5,258
6,439

34,359
39,501
31,871
36,780
3,725
4,744
2,352
3,068
3,117
3,566
5,254
6,510
14,637
17,834
5,630
6,580
8,345
9,679
299
482
4,794
6,422
9,314
11,050


(Money Items In thousands of dollars)*
d 4.6 $57,288 $20,542 $4,564 $53,688
63,907 22,911 4,370 57,440
31.2 10,704 3,217 644 7,346
7,365 2,267 634 5,382
d 19.5 74,391 27,983 5,076 65,067
84,327 29,475 4,921 69,279
d 15.2 10,176 3,219 551 9,199
10,786 3,411 539 9,915
d 52.5 3,527 5,450 683 8,679
8,459 5,250 634 9,851
d 21.4 67,985 28,111 4,195 59,249
73,718 29,264 4,024 60,820
d 16. 1 10,467 4,960 591 10,503
11,137 5,232 599 10,953
d 22.6 50,378 20,035 2,809 46,827
55,678 20,272 2,623 46,693
d 21.1 9,171 3,027 447 7,625
10,777 3,116 413 8,039
d 20.2 172,307 59,236 10,132 128,643
204,919 65,000 9,214 138,109
d__2.4 82,869 23,305 4,618 59,204
89,264 24,819 4,187 61,854
d 14.5 60,867 18,201 3,206 46,712
70,791 18,637 3,158 48,038
d 32.9 22,789 6,677 1,508 15,400
27,569 7,743 1,360 17,713
d 16.9 152,432 52,406 9,157 125,363
179,223 58,393 8,433 135,387
d 16.4 148,647 46,886 7,125 114,608
165,283 55,429 6,357 127,511
d 31.0 15,223 5,415 972 12,239
20,140 5,972 791 13,426
d 12.6 10,601 3,861 598 9,036
13,334 5,085 559 10,635
d 11.7 14,102 3,070 497 8,219
16,882 3,875 497 9,405
d 5.0 24,195 7,355 1,326 18,995
29,144 8,520 1,282 20,605
d 12.8 70,086 25,149 4,195 56,981
80,156 30,133 3,924 63,570
d 2.2 26,389 8,696 1,317 19,553
29,802 8,598 1,313 19,703
d 12.3 38,646 12,901 2,534 31,387
42,253 13,769 2,394 32,245
d 24.9 1,468 303 19 1,062
1,886 409 18 1,187
d 28.4 20,323 5,675 632 13,154
26,167 6,674 619 14,734
d 16.3 43,096 13,449 1,053 32,694
51,448 15,126 844 35,144


d S3.210

1,349
1,000
1,545
5,114


d 18


895
4,504
d 806

276
4,208

394
1,116
19,429
28,001
10,453
11,088

5,307
9,764
4,167
4,310
11,163
16,857
7,731
8,073
1,479
2,683
894
1,407
2,477
2,989
1,974
3,392
5,954
8,782
2,746
4,337
2,975
4,535
93
194
941
3,827
2,175
4,960


93.7
89.9
68.6
73.1
87.5
82.2
90.4
91.9
246.1
116.5
87.2
82.5
100.3
98.3
93.0
83.9
83.1
74,6
74,.6
67.4
71.4
69.3
76.7
67.9
67.6
64.3
82.2
75.5
77.1
77.1
80.4
66.7
85.2
79.8
58.3
55.7
78.5
70.7
81.3
79.3
74.1
66.1
81.2
76.3
72.4
62.9
64.7
56.3
75.9
68.3


35.8
35.9
30.1
30.8
37.6
35.0
31.6
31.6
154.5
62.1
41.3
39.7
47.4
47.0
39.8
36.4
33.0
28.9
34.4
31.7
28.1
27.8
29.9
26.3
29.3
28.1

34.4
32.6

31.5
33.5
35.6
29.7
36.4
38.1
21.8
23.0
30.4
29.2

35.9
37.6
33.0
28.9

33.4
32.6
20.7
21.7
27.9 1
25.5
31.2
29.4


$13,663
14,755
1,828
1,789
16,220
18,275
2,252
2,499
2,417
3,501
15,200
16,210
2,663
2,910
12,053
12,096
1,881
1,944

31,149
35,685
14,798
16,101oi
11,822
11,963
4,039
4,886

32,295
34,080
28,078
32,772
3,160
3,446
2,284
2,698
2,040
2,319
4,657
5,172
14,049
15,840
4,726
4,909
7,825
8,007
269
299
3,135
3,941
8,191
8,686


49.4
46.5
31.5
32.8
42.1
40.1
51.3
53.0
77.9
48.2

38.5
36.3
45.0
44.3

45.0
39.7
42.
39-1
32.9
29.4
37.0
35.4
38.2
34.0
29.9
29.3
40.5
36.6
37.2
35.9
33.4
28.0
41.9
35.9
30.1
27.5
38.9
33.6
38.9
36.1
32.7
30.0
38.6
35.7
41.5
33.5
29.9
25.6
36.7
32.2


Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe OGulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Deorease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1954 0 270312 12


Page 2


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


7,876 44,193
7,874 50,050
1,470 10,005
1,468 6,832
10,639 62,597
10,670 70,7"2
1,616 8,809
1,617 9,212

567 3,025
567 7,310
8,305 60,199
8,303 64,835
3,222 9,554
3,223 10,093
6,866 44,270
6,881 49,060
1,042 8,521
1,046 10,017
13,068 143,477
13,094 172,246
8,865 68,033
8,867 74,065
7,887 49,660
7,914 58,558
2,166 21,151
2,323 25,496
8,119 131,359
8,113 154,991
9,819 128,053
9,824 142,495
1,193 14,184
1,193 18,702
1,103 9,187
1,104 11,683
891 12,261
891 14,883
3,241 20,820
3,242 25,300
6,922 60,095
6,935 68,976
1,831 22,959
1,834 26,199
4,601 33,935
4,601 37,148

159 1,371
159 1,749
1.562 19,559
1,567 25,272
4,292 38,155
4,290 46,010


$6,504
6,816
30
23
4,110
5,106

550
649
1
3
2,952
3,753
219
261
1,813
2,341
111
140
12,498
15,667
5,389
5,947
5,292
6,193
792
1,180
10,591
12,752
8,999
10,759
713
1,033
523
599
461
522
1,056
1,112
3,097
3,552
1,252
1,280
1,654
1,887

17
23
57
79
1,987
2,373


d ii.6




d 62.1

d 18.3

d 2.6

d 8.9

d 10.2

d 18.7

d 12.5

d 12.5

d 18.4

d 13.0

d 13.3

d 21.5

d 23.3

d 12.6

d 19.3

d 17.9

d 14.4

d 13.8

d 37.9

d 25.1'

d 15.7


9
12
1,043
1,264
127
141

1
704
947
48
59
387
608
27
35
3,084
3,684
1,324
1,409
1,250
1,464
196
297
2,566
2,932
2,215
2,670

193
248
121
140
104
134
243
298
706
835
291
323
382
431

3
3
13
15
472
603


d 29.3

d 17.5

Ld 9.?

d 69.5

d 25.7

d 17.3

d 36.4

d 24.1

d 16.3

d 6.o

d 14.6

d 34.2

d 12.5

d 17.1

d 22.2

d 13.9

d 22.5

d 18.4

d 15.4

d 10.1

d 11.4

11.2

d 14.0

d 21.7


2,694
2,750
18,801
21,365
2,530
2,678
2,403
6,254
17,589
21,666
2,961
3,088
13,809
15,064
2,485
2,801
43,406
52,684
20,079
22,385
15,121
17,252
5,642
6,985
39,647
45,382

37,794
42,643
4,011
5,105
2,702
3,494
3,551
4,110
6,094
7,441
17,121
20,625
6,453
7,479
9,498
10,935
322
512
5,000
6,650
10,485
12,420


830
733
7,262
8,438
808
954
1,331
1,373
7,656
8,004
1,300
1,491
5,420
5,602
737
766
14,000
17,728
5,952
7,078
4,738
4,874
1,944
2,437
13,562
14,924
12,098
15,143
1,447
1,563
1,012
1,317
741
942
1,786
2,213
6,127
7,606
2,099
2,183
3,196
3,449
83
109
1,329
1,984

3,324
3,811


$1,137
1,090
161
159
1,279
1,226
138
135
171
157
1,062
1,017
147
151
706
656
112
103
2,553
2,318
1,161
1,054
802
796
379
340
2,298
2,151
1,850
1,600
248
201
148
145
125
129
331
321
1,057
989
330
326
646
601

5
5
158
155
262
210


95.3
87.5
67.8
65.1
86.3
85.5
89.0
93.3
ioo.6
56.0
86.4
74.8
89.9
94.3
87.3
80.3
75.7
69.4
71.8
67.7
73.7
71.9
78.2
69.3
71.6
70.0
81.5
75.1
74.3
76.9
78.8
67.5
84.5
77.2
57.5
56.4
76.4
69.5
82.1
76.8
73.2
65.6
82.4
73.2
83.5
58.4
62.7
59.3
78.1
69.9


362
432
678
952
d 101
d I2f
dala



588
2,805
43
a-SI

1,069
1,272
314
323
5,780
7,063
2,362
2,421
1,156
2,242
1,017
889
3,054
4,320
2,618
2,254
476
647
207
446

659
743
550
910
1,455
2,504

693
1,104
i,ilo4
766
1,321

^0

725
933
442
1,094


I I29.4


38.1
36.8
30.8
26.7
38.6
39.5
31.9
35.6
55.4
22.0
43,5
36.9
43.9
48.3
39.2
37.2
29.6
27.3
32.2
33.6
29.6
31.6
31.3
28.3

34.5
34.9
34.2
32.9
32.0
35.5
36.1
30.6
37.5
37.7
20.9
22.9
29.3
29.7
35.8
36.9
32.5
29.2

33.7
31.5
25.9
21.4
26.6
29.8
31.7
30.7


48.6
43.4
30.1
31.5
40.0
38.9
49.5
50.2
39.4
31.6

35.5
32.3
39.0
39.7
40.4
35.4
38.9
36.0
32.1
27.9
37.4
34.2
38.3
33.4
28.6
28.1
40.o
35.9
34.2
33.6
30.9
27.8
40.1
33.9
30.0
27.8

37.5
32.3
39.4
34.4
32.0
28.9
38.9
33.9
46.0
30.1
29.1
24.2
38.0
32.2


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