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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 )
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 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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
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ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00161
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Preceded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam roads
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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3 1262 08731 1097 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


Stement No. M-150
MAY 1954


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 1954 AND 1953 FOR FIVE ~ONTH- ENDD WIT-MAY 195 A-D 1953 f-
Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Percent Peroent AverageOFreightp as engerpeatng epene
operated Depreol- Net Oper- mainte- trans- Average Freight Passenger Percentron
at nlose action In railway eating nance portation Regon, road, and year lereoi Oper-ain- an
of montb Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses of road aton n- atng nance aton
Anunt cen Annt cent Total nalnt- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- operated Amounter- er- c Amountn1i l rao a
orease grease column revenues revenue di n- in- nanoe ceding .. come cent) ling
reaeareareae ereae olun revenue n eue
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) t) () (h) (1) (j) (k) (ii) (I) Ch) _______ __) (_ (_) ___ _ _ _ _ _)(_
(Money items in thousands of dollar dlla
203,369 $592865 d 16.5 $58 395 d 9.? $714032 $242,106 $40,954 $578498 $53,38 81.0 33.9 39.7 1954 Total--Roead lsted herein.......................1954 203197 2,936,465 d 14.7 $293,810 d 53656 $1;20911 $203,6 $2,877,712$2381
203,614 710,264 64,646 843,:68 282,2270 39,039 639,474 87,595 75.8 33.5 36.1 1953 E R1953 203:3664 3441,709 -- 331:2810 .108,00591,356:989 192,528 3,127,53 73,iO3a82 ,37
676 531 d 6. 79 d 2.6 6892 2238 316 5,749 68 83. 32.5 4.0 195 Be tn & Maine .............................. 195 1676 26133 d 9. 4,22 6.3 34,0 1582 29,13 5.
1i679 5,69 820 7 278 2,402 323 5.951 376 8 1. 33.0 42.4 1953 953- i,679 28752 5 37430 i2,289 i,18 30,40 *93 81.03" 0 .
1,770 7,115 13 3,95 d 3.0 12,478 3,285 665 9677 926 77.6 26.3 43.9 1954 New Yqrk, New Haven & Hartford ................1954 1,770 34,810 13.0 19,952 d 2.3 62,183 18,791 3,274 51,708 986 83.2
1,770 8,251 4,077 13,732 4,2?2 649 10,892 792 79.3 31.1 41.3 195331953 1:788 39:99720,4Z467,982 254.60035 8 0.3
793 3,268 d 21.0 140 d 16.6 3,552 1,323 227 3,094 77 87.1 37.2 41.5 1954 Delaware & Hudson ............................1954 793 18, 262 d 12.4 743 0.1 1971 6,903 1 138
793 4,139 120 4,406 1,557 227 3,408 648 78.3 35.3 36.4 1953 1953 793 20,838 742 22,338 7,770 1,147 17,234 3,53 77.2 34.8 38.9
962 5,276 d 21.5 73 4 d. 6618 1,853 450 5362 619 81. 28.0 .0 1954 Delaware La awanna & Western .................1954 962 25,584 d 15.2 3815 d 2.9 32,69 9650 225 2720 263 8.2 .6
962 6,724 76 8,146 2,138 433 5,827 1,125 71. 26.2 39.6 1953 1953 962 30183 3931 37,697 10,564 2,172 28876 4,330 76. 2.6
2,225 ,363 d 1.7 518 1879 3,757 725 10,017 1,256 77.8 2.2 41.4 1954 Eri ....... .................................21954 2224 55,672 d 16. 2694 d 6.7 63309 18,57 3580 50230 5690 79.3 2.2
2,237 13,976 575 15673 4,271 701 11299 1,774 72.1 27.2 38.2 1953 1953 2237 66,938 2,887 75,333 19,925 3,494 54,825 8,638 72.8 2. 39.5
952 4507 d 17.0 17 9.3 5029 1633 141 4,008 409 797 32.5 42.0 195 Grand Tru Western...........................195 952 22,009 d 9.2 953.9 2,669 7 23 707 19,832 1,604 80., 3.8
952 5:428 162 5,988 1,668 139 4,228 985 70.:6 27.9 38.3 1953 1953 952 24,231 993 27,123 7,858 697 20,464 3,558 75.4 20.7
1,163 4,563 d23 279 0.7 5,121 1,641 302 4,299 342 83. 32.0 44.4 1954 Lehigh Valley ................................. 1954 1,16 23,17 17.8 1436 d 4 26195 8355 1,95 21879 1616 83.5 3. .2
1,164 6,000 277 6,637 1,964 325 4,830 949 72.8 29.6 37.2 1953 1953 1,163 28,180 1,504 31,313 9,356 1,505 23,465 4,184 74 .9 38.
10713 1,403 20. 8434 57529 21639 337 56,020 97.4 37.6 0.7 1954 w York entra.............................1954 10,713 213,176 16.2 42 10.7 294240 102,516 16,931 261,623 238 8.9
i0,716 52,006 9335 69,66 23,339 3 330 57,004 4,41 81.7 33.5 2.0 1953 953 10,715 254,278 47 571 343,442 116,757 16,641 285,973 24,030 83.3 2.7
2,185 11,294 15.0 166 10.7 11,824 3,251 497 8,362 1,375 70. 7 27.5 36.8 1954 ew York, lcago & St. Louis. ................. 1954 218 5 ,369 16.4 7.757 1 1667 2425 41805 6 528 72.3 2. 9
2,184 13,291 150 14,006 3,943 450 9,585 1,849 68.4 28.1 34.7 1953 1953 2,184 66,266 785 69,245 19,345 2,291 80, 9,322 7 2 7. 34.0
221 2471 42.7 55 d .9 2699 1,260 332 2648 634 98.1 46.7 40.3 1954 Pittsburgh Lake Eri ....................... 1954 221 1325 3.2324 d8.7 14,61 6,982 1670 14,014 35 96.9 38.3
221 4,316 62 4,577 1,578 325 3,245 1,396 70.9 34.5 29.8 1953 1953 221 619,84 355 21,512 7,925 1,570 16,513 5,707 76.8 3 32.8
2.393 7675 d1.3 338 13.6 8,716 2,781 463 7,293 492 83.7 31.9 43.7 1954 Wabash .......................................1954 2,393 39928 1,729 33 5301 13,315 2,293 35,95 3 246 9.4 2 42.2
2.393 8e 65 392 978 2,79 4687 9183 76.5 28.2 4.5 193 3 C Ea tern Region: 1953 2393 43,162 2,006 48,918 12,535 2,307 35,926 5.416 73.4 2. .0
6183 28,161 22.2 1,763 7.6 32,332 10,083 1454 26,025 3307 80.5 31.2 41.8 1954 Baltimore & Ohio .............................1954 6183 136,397 18.6 8,027 1. 155,502 4633 7,285 126990 13,800 81. 3 2.
6,186 36180 1907 40804 13,458 1,403 31,005 4,671 76.0 33.0 36.4 1953 1953 6:186 167,607 9,224 189,078 64,928 7,186 149,204 19,337 78.9 3 37.9
209 2,609 d 24.0 2,625 680 160 1252 1,461 47.7 25.9 16.8 1954 esseme &Lake Erie .........................195 209 540 d 30.9 2 d 12.9 7615 ,230 800 6810 1180 89. 25.8
213 3,432 3,449 869 154 1:496 817 43.4 25.2 14.9 1953 1953 213 10,908 2 11.009 4,705 757 7,427 2,013 67.5 19.6
613 3,815 169 453 2.7 4 ,573 1,569 261 3,780 159 82.7 34.3 42.5 1954 Central R. R. o. of Ne. Jersey...............1954 613 19,166 d 1.4 2160 d.5 23,123 7,563 1303 19,053 1,136 82.4 3. 3.6
617 4,592 465 5,342 1,772 267 4,235 500 79.3 33.2 40.9 1953 1953 617 22,122 2,238 26,074 8,820 1 263 21169 1,?47 81.2 3 3. 1.
868 2,0625 18.8 251 1.7 2,565 811 158 2,153 249 83.9 31.6 4.4 1954 ago Eastern Ill ........................1954 86 10,960 10.7 1,033 18.8 13,377 4,119 788 10,881 1,347 81.3 39.6
868 2,538 255 3,078 968 152 2,356 360 76.5 31.5 34.8 1953 1953 868 12,267 1,272 15,127 4,520 751 11l,49 1,788 75.7 35.5
236 2,822 33.6 3,517 919 139 2,475 706 70.4 26.1 38.5 1954 Elgin. Joliet & Eastern .......................1954 236 15,211 23.0 18,665 11861 694 20,153 3.82 108.0 3 38.8
236 4,251 5,086 1,348 139 3,247 482 63.9 26.5 33.6 1953 1953 236 19,751 23,899 6:238 693 15,675 2,0.6 65.6 35.5
360 969 24.4 3,229 0.6 4,417 1 574 211 4,186 4 94.8 35.6 54.8 1954 Long Island# .................................1954 360 5,241 12.3 1,188 0.5 21.577 8,012 1,057 20,960 d 2628 97. .1 55.6
365 1,201 3,240 4,783 1,540 207 3,918 112 81.9 32.3 45.9 1953 1953 365 5,975 15,120 22,299 7,667 1,036 19,856 t l_-4 89.0
10,051 54 ,995 d 22.3 10,374 9.3 72,847 23,669 4,360 59,881 5,493 82.2 32.5 43.9 1954 Pennsylvania ................................1954 10,051 259,182 d21.2 53789 3 351361 119.991 21,803 302,484 11,614 86.1 5.8
10,085 70,7864 11,438 91,356 31,765 4,227 72,977 8,592 79.9 34.8 39.8 1953 1953 10,087 328,780 60,638 432,036 151,579 20,571 356,306 34,943 82.5 31.7
1,306 7,560 d 26. 568 d 1.7 8,709 2,852 623 7,032 1,016 80.7 32.8 41.8 1954 Reading .....................................1954 1,305 40,291 18.5 2,862 d. 6,351 14, 08 3,118 36,172 5,573 78.0 3. 0.9
1,310 10,271 577 11,462 3,988 608 8,683 1,548 75.8 34.8 36.3 1953 1953 1,310 49,421 2,971 55,828 19,143 3,045 42,631 6,939 76.4 37.1
857 3,451 6 19.7 3 648.0 3,681 1,127 266 2,506 742 68.1 30.6 30.2 1954 Western Maryland...............................1954 857 16,609 0d17.4 16 d 53.6 17,581 5,777 1,314 12,873 3,201 73.2 32.2
873 4,298 7 4,522 1,305 292 2,792 984 61,7 28.9 26.9 1953 1953 873 20,113 35 21.173 6,209 1,237 13,844 4,210 65.4 29.7
5,097 24,808 d 13.6 706 d7.7 26,915 8,758 1,889 19,502 4,507 72.5 32.5 32.6 1954 Chesapeake & Ohio..............................1954 5,098 113,482 6 13.5 3,017 d 11.0 122,267 43, 4 8 9,426 95,851 17,967 78.4
5,116 28,706 765 30,922 9,422 1,860 20,536 5,862 66.4 30.5 29.4 1953 1953 5,116 131,185 3:39
140,788 47,09 9,114 101,188 23,070 71.9 31.4
2,135 12,973 d 12.6 289 d 24.7 13,855 5,080 973 10,428 1,740 75.3 36.7 31.7 1954 Norfolk & Western..............................1954 2.135 61,991 d 12.1 1,628 d15.4 66,799 26,875 4,836 54,167 6,627 81.1 33.7
38 1 2 Ii2 21 1 33 Southern Region: 1953 2,135 70,513 1925 75,775 28,583 4,534 57,326 8,39 75.7 3n 31.8 :
5,353 10,729 d12.0 1,146 d 11.1_ 12,903 4,780 729 10,563 1,110 81.9 37.0 37.4 1954 Atlantic Coast-Line............................1954 5,364 55,049 A1.1 8,975 4- 11-.1 69,977 23,053 3,635 52,911 6,043 75.6 335.3
5,379 12,191 1,290 14,507 5,880 678 11,950 937 82.,4 40.5 35.4 1953 1953 5,379 61,229 10,120 ,77268 29,570 3,392 61,950 4,957 80.2
1,764 2,821 d 13.7 140 d19.4 3,229 1,071 184 2,713 285 84.0 33.2 40.3 1954 Oentral of Ceorgia...........................1954 1,7?7 14,403 d 12.5 813 d.6 16,682 5,314 913 13,699 1,620 82.1 39.6
1,786 3,270 1704 3,725 ,1174 171 2,909 419 78.1 31.5 37.3 1953 1953 1,786 16,463 1,012 19,007 5,985 1,815
337 3,1678 d20.6 122 d 16.5 3,495 998 129 2,125 608 60.8 28.5 25.9 1954 Oinn., New Orleans & Texas Panifio............ 1954 337 15,842 6d14.6 808 d 12.? 17,810 5,512 891 11,093 2,923 62.3
337 3,989 146 4,328 1,200 207 2,377 950 54.9 27.7 22.4 1953 1953 337 18,556 926 20,538 6,280 1,036 12,305 3,754 59.9 24.4
2,758 5,775 612.5 320 d11.3 6,540 2,277 350 5,022 630 76.8 34.8 32.5 1954 Gulf, Mobile & Ohioe...........................1954 2,764 30,514 d12 4 1,636 d12.0 34,520 11,693 1,738 25,639 9,570 74.3 31.1
2,766 6,603 361 74.79 2:607 329 5,415 797 72.4 34.9 29.3 1953 1953 2,766 34,818 1,858 39,317 12,721 1,623 26,928 4,931 68.52
6,537 18,862 d 10.6 1.558 d611.1 22,847 7,322 1,061 17,284 2,061 75.6 32.0 36.8 1954 Illinois enitral............................1954 6,537 93,979 9d2.3 8,478 6 8.3 114,512 38,426 5302 89205 8925 77.937.
6,538 21,091 1,753 25,421 7,838 1,034 17,968 2,791 70.7 30.8 34.0 1953 1953 6,538 103,573 243 126,128 39,683 5.08P 92,156 12,656 73.13 35.4
4 735 13.515 d 22.7 8331 d17.2 15,555 6,536 1,171 13.523 1,575 86.9 42.0 38.5 1954 Louisville & Nashville.........................1954 4,733 72,102 d 16.7 4, 40 6d16.7 82,849 33,457 5,791 68,555 9,725 82.7 4 36.3
,737 17,479 1,005 19,728 6,437 993 14,184 2,906 71.9 32.6 34.2 1953 1953 4,737 86,603 5,287 98,269 32,4094 ,866 69,981 14,163 71.2 33.1
1,032 2,408 6912.7 123 6 2.6 2,873 923 180 2,297 328 79.9 32.1 39.8 1954 Nashville, Ohattanooga & St. Louis ............ 1954 1,032 19,027 6d11.7 635 d,. i4 15,421 4,585 900 11,419 1,920 74.1 2 36.5
1,032 2759 127 3,221 966 176 2,340 44 72.8 30.0 35.3 1953 1953 1,032 14,750 701 17,207 5,010 859 11,988 2,560 69.7 2 33.2
4,078 11,024 d .9 961 4d2.5 13,028 4,156 708 9,297 1,978 71.4 31.9 33.1 1954 Seaboard Air Line..............................1954 4,078 55,947 d 7.4 5,578 d619.1 67,212 22,313 3,512 48,303 9,972 71.9 32,1
4,080 11,967 986 13,916 4,399 682 9,604 2,198 69.0 31.6 31.1 1953 1953 4,080 60,402 6,893 72,868 23,963 3,356 51,140 10,950 70.2 330.
6,286 16,202 d21.6 1,269 d12.9 19,188 6,540 1,037 14,323 2,347 74.6 34.1 33.0 1954 Southern....................................1954 6,286 86,843 d614.4 6,330 610.7 102,471 33,935 5,133 73,692 1301 71.9 3
6,299 20,673 1,456 23,737 7,200 983 15,535 3,806 65.4 30.3 29.5 1953 1953 66,646 18,104 65.6 30.1
Percent Increase computed on units of dollars.


D Report of trustee or trustees.
S Decrease or deficit.


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


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 1954 AND 1953 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY 1954 AND 1953

MlsOperating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expense.
oroad FrePght Passenger percent Percent average Freight Percent Percent
operated Freight Passenger Depreci- Net Oper- malnte- trane- melesa Freight Paenger Net Oper- mint-
at close action in- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year of road Depreci- railway eating nanoe portation
of month Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses operated All atmloni noper- ratio expenses expenses
cent cent Total mainte- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- Total ante- Total atng (per- of oer- of oper-
Amount in- Amount in- nance ceding income cent) eating atng mount t Amoun cent ncoe cent) atng atng
crease crease column revenues revenues crease C tearC column revenues reTenues

(a) (b) (0) (d) (e) (f) ( ) (h) (1) () (k) (1) (a) (no) ( 0) ( (a)( (tr(s) t) (_) v)I (v) (x) (y) (I) (a )
(Money iteme In thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
7,87 $12,001 d 10.9 $1,670 d 7.1 $15,206 $5,177 $1,149 13.511 $78 88.9 34.o 46.7 1954 Chicago & North Western ..................... 1954 7,876 $56,194 d 11.5 $8,175 3 5.1 $72,494 $25,719 $5,713 $67,199 .1f32 92.7 35.5 48,8
7,874 13,464 1,797 16,994 6,285 1,095 15,126 281 89.0 36.4 44.8 1953 1953 7,874 63.514 8,614 80,901 29,196 5,466 72,566 955 89.7 36.1 46.2
1,470 2,523 d 7.1 6 d 12.7 2,701 821 161 1,823 341 67.5 30.4 30.6 1954 Chicago Great Western ....................... 1954 1,470 12,528 31.2 36 21.0 13,405 4,038 806 9,169 1,690 68.4 30.1 31.
1,468 2,716 7 2,888 731 159 1,815 388 62.8 25.3 31.1 1953 1953 1,468 9,548 29 10,253 2.997 793 7,197 1,388 70.2 29.2 32.4
10,639 15.564 d 8.7 1,239 d .26 18972 7.986 1,278 17,235 d 34 90.8 42.1 40.7 1954 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ...... 1954 10,639 78,161 d 11 5,349 d 16.1 93,363 35,969 6,354 82.302 1.191 88.2 38.5 41.8
10,670 17,051 1,273 20,645 9,000 1,229 19,056 1-W 92.3 43.6 41,4 1953 1953 10,670 87,793 6,379 104,972 38,475 6,150 88335 5,258 84.2 36.70.
1,616 2,142 d 4.7 137 d 8.9 2,490 767 138 2,167 d 67 87.0 30.8 48.7 1954 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ...... 1954 1,616 10,951 d 4.4 687 & 14.0 12,666 3,986 689 11,366 d 81 89.7 31.5 50.8
1,617 2,248 150 2,610 957 135 2,483 d 218 95.1 36.7 50.9 1953 1953 1.617 11,460 799 13,396 4,368 674 12398 d 95 92.5 32.6 52.6
566 5,143 d 26.8 d 54.5 6,021 1,271 171 3,046 2,513 50.6 21.1 27.4 1954 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ................ 1954 567 8,168 d 4.0 2 52.9 9.548 6,720 853 11.725 d 1 91 122.8 70.4 46.1
567 7,030 1 8,195 1,320 157 3,574 3,413 43.6 16.1 25.8 1953 1953 567 14,340 4 16,654 6,569 792 13,426 1,430 80.6 39.4 37.2
8,306 18,384 d 6.5 780 d 22.1 20,833 8,600 1,079 16,756 2,009 80.4 41.3 33.0 1954 Great Northern .............................. 1954 8,305 78,584 d 7.0 3,731 d 21.5 88,818 36,710 5,274 76,005 2,904 85.6 41.3 37.2
8,303 19,658 1,001 22,462 8,268 1,022 16,635 2,100 74.1 36.8 31.6 1953 1953 8,303 84,492 4,754 96,180 37,532 5:046 77,454 6,604 80.5 39.0 35.2
3,222 2,854 d 6.9 71 19.8 3,117 1,463 148 2,882 16 92.5 46.9 39.0 1954 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie .... 1954 3,222 12,408 d 5.7 290 d .6 13,583 6,423 738 13,385 d 1 0 98.5 47.3 43.6
3,223 3,065 59 3,337 1,766 145 3,265 d 206 97.8 52.9 38.3 1953 1953 3.223 13,158 320 14,474 6,997 744 14,217 d 7 98.2 48.3 42.9
6,866 11,635 d 6.2 517 d 13.7 13,264 5,472 709 12,148 195 91.6 41.3 42.1 1954 Northern Pacific ............................ 1954 6,866 55,905 d 9.0 2,330 d 20.8 63,643 25,507 3,518 58,975 471 92.7 40.1 44.4
6,880 12,400 599 14,154 5,578 661 12,161 909 85.9 39.4 39.6 1953 1953 6,881 61,460 2,940 69,832 25,850 3,285 58,854 5,117 84.3 37.0 39.7
1,042 2,272 d 10.1 35 d 19.8 2,431 739 112 1,882 429 77.4 30.4 39.9 1954 Wisconsin Central .......................... 1954 1,042 10,793 d 14.0 146 d 20.8 11,603 3,765 559 9,507 823 81.9 32.5 41.8
1,046 2,528 44 2,735 913 104 2,107 279 77.1 33.4 37.2 1953 1953 1,046 12,545 184 13.511 4,030 516 10,146 1.395 75.1 29.8 39.0
Central Western Region:
13,076 32,281 d 22.7 3,484 d 13.7 39,863 14,265 2,562 32,003 2,907 80.3 35.8 36.2 1954 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe A/ ............... 1954 13,070 175,758 d 17.9 15,982 d 18.9 212,170 73.500 12,694 160,646 22,336 75.7 34.6 33.6
13,094 41,740 4,035 49,771 18,189 2,349 36,905 5,441 74.2 36.5 31.2 1953 1953 13,094 213,986 19,702 254,689 83,189 11,563 175,015 33,442 68.7 32.7 29.7
8,858 15,417 d 12.5 1,457 d 6.7 19,134 6:318 1,176 15,347 1,670 80.2 33.0 40.2 1954 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ................ 1954 8,863 83,450 d 9.0 6,846 d 8.8 102,003 29,623 5,794 74,551 12,123 73.1 29.0 37.6
8,867 17,622 1,562 21,329 7,421 1,o056 16,507 1,856 77.4 34.8 36.8 1953 1953 8.867 91,686 7,509 110,593 32,240 5,243 78,361 12,943 70.9 29.2 35.7
7,886 11,677 d 10.7 1,338 d 10.5 14,351 4,740 804 11,775 1,243 82.1 33.0 39.9 1954 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific .............. 1954 7,887 61,337 d 14.4 6,631 d 13.8 75,217 22,941 4,010 58,487 6,550 77.8 30.5 38.6
7,910 13,078 1,495 16,136 5,035 793 12,128 1,690 75.2 31.2 35.9 1953 1953 7,912 71,635 7.688 86,928 23,672 3,951 60,165 11,435 69.2 27.2 34.3
2,164 5,460 d 18.0 225 d 30.5 5,890 1,982 380 4,200 1,048 71.3 33.7 29.7 1954 Denver & Rio Grande Western ................. 1954 2,166 26,610 d 17.2 1,017 2.4 28,679 8,66 1,867 19,600 5215 68.3 30.2 29.9
2,313 6,658 324 7,250 2,490 341 5,072 956 70.0 34.3 29.3 1953 1953 2.321 32,154 1,504 34,819 10,233 1,700 22,785 5,266 65.4 29.4 29.3
8,119 36,004 d 10.4 2,524 a 15.8 41,228 13,554 2,298 32,941 3,126 79.9 32.9 40.3 1954 Southern Pacific Co. ........................ 1954 8,119 167,363 d 14.3 13,115 a 16.7 193,660 65,960 11,455 158.304 14,289 81.7 34.1 40.4
8,113 40,193 2,999 46,192 14,771 2,172 35,359 3,745 76.5 32.0 38.4 1953 1953 8,113 195,184 15,751 225,416 73,165 10,605 170,745 20,601 75.7 32.5 37.0
9,816 31,648 d 10.1 2,437 d 14.0 36,918 11,974 1,890 28,380 1,632 76.9 32.4 36.2 1954 Union Pacific ............................... 1954 9,818 159,701 d 10.1 11,437 d 15.9 185,565 58,860 9,015 142,988 9,363 77.1 31.7 37.0
9,824 35,190 2,833 41,367 14,721 1,619 32,994 1,418 79.8 35.6 36.3 1953 1953 9,824 177,686 13,592 206,649 70,151 7,976 160,505 9:491 77.7 33.9 36.0
1,193 3,610 d 21.3 224 d 22.1 3,928 1,360 251 3,016 419 76.8 34.6 32.0 1954 Western Pacific ............................. 1954 1,193 17,794 d 23.6 937 d 29.1 19,150 6,775 1,223 15.255 1,899 79.7 35.4 33.1
1,193 4,586 288 5,006 1,553 209 3,330 700 66.5 31.0 27.2 1953 1953 1,193 23,289 1,321 25,145 7,525 1,000 16,756 3,384 66.6 29.9 27.9
Southwestern Region:
1,103 2,314 d 14.5 130 d 17.8 2,660 988 149 2,249 224 84.6 37.2 40.9 1954 International-Great Northern# ............... 1954 1103 11,501 d 20.1 654 1.7 13,261 4,849 747 11,286 1,118 85.1 36.6 41.7
1.104 2,705 158 3,109 1,323 148 2,712 291 87.2 42.6 38.6 1953 1953 1,104 14,387 757 16,443 6,408 707 13,347 1,699 81.2 39.0 36.4
891 2,919 d 17.7 104 d 28.8 3,358 681 128 1,924 605 57.3 20.3 30.8 1954 Kansas City Southern ........................ 1954 891 15.179 A 17.6 565 d 15.5 17,460 3751 625 10,143 3,083 58.1 21.5 30.2
891 3,548 146 4,030 944 127 2,357 820 58.5 23.4 29.7 1953 1953 891 18,431 668 20,912 4,819 624 11,762 3,809 56.2 23.0 27.9
3,241 5,035 d 18.3 227 d 12.0 5,819 1,829 331 4,710 422 80.9 31.4 40.2 1954 Missouri-Xansas-Texas Lines ................. 1954 3,241 25,855 d 17.8 1,283 d 6.3 30,014 9.183 1.657 23,705 2,396 79.0 30.6 39.2
3,242 6,161 258 7,116 2,131 321 5,180 783 72.8 29.9 34.8 1953 1953 3,242 31,460 1,370 36,260 10,651 1,603 25,785 4,175 71.1 29.4 33.9
6,921 13,621 d 17.1 836 d 12.7 16,108 5,924 1,069 13,583 1,213 84.3 36.8 41.1 1954 Missouri Paciflc# ........................... 1954 6.922 73,715 d 13.7 3,934 d 12.8 86,194 31,073 5,264 70,564 7,167 81.9 36.1 39.3
6,935 16,426 958 19,091 7,755 998 15,995 1,717 83.8 4o.6 37.5 1953 1953 6,935 85,402 4,510 99,247 37,889 4,923 79,565 10,499 80.2 38.2 36.3
1,836 5,628 d 11.8 305 d 14.0 6,430 2,029 331 4,722 748 73.4 31.6 33.4 1954 Texas & Pacific ............................. 1954 1,832 28,587 d 12.3 1,557 d 4.8 32,819 10,725 1.649 24,275 3,494 74.0 32.7 32.8
1,834 6,384 355 7,229 2,341 326 5,225 963 72.3 32.4 32.2 1953 1953 1,834 32,584 1,635 37,031 10,938 1,639 24,928 5,301 67.3 29.5 30.4
4,601 8,315 d 12.3 417 d 26.6 9,461 3,154 661 7,830 791 82.8 33.3 39.9 1954 St. Louis-San Francisco ..................... 1954 4,601 42,251 d 9.4 2,071 15.6 48,108 16,055 3,195 39,216 3,767 81.5 33.4 38.8
4,601 9,481 568 10,864 3,406 603 8,167 1,218 75.2 31.3 35.8 1953 1953 4,601 46,628 2,455 53,117 17,175 2,996 40,413 5,753 76.1 32.3 35.7
159 313 d 30.6 3 d 60.8 340 76 5 262 d 77.1 22.4 43.5 1954 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ............. 1954 159 1,684 d 23.4 20 ..33.7 1,808 379 24 1,324 91 73.2 21.0 41.9
159 450 7 477 98 5 284 57 59.6 20.6 31.4 1953 1953 159 2,200 JO 2,362 507 22 1,471 251 62.3 21.5 33.1
1,562 4,181 d 27. 13 d50.3 4,358 1,283 161 3,145 578 72.2 29.4 34.7 1954 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ................ 1954 1,562 23,740 d 23.6 69 d33.8 24,681 6,958 793 16,299 1.520 66.0 28.2 30.8
1,567 5,784 26 6,021 1,734 157 3,743 855 62.2 28.8 27.5 1953 1953 1,567 31,056 105 32,188 8,407 776 18,476 4,681 57.4 26.1 26.0
4,292 8,944 d 14.2 515 d 18.0 10,120 3,267 282 8,065 730 79.7 32.3 38.9 1954 Texas & New Orleans .,....................... 1954 4,292 47,099 d 16.5 2,502 ad16.6 53,216 16,715 1,336 40,759 2,904 76.6 31.4 37.2
4,290 10,422 628 11,755 3,755 210 8,677 839 73.8 31.9 34.7 1953 1953 4,290 56,432 3,001 63,203 18,881 1,053 43,822 5,799 69.3 29.9 32.7


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


Inoludem Atohismon, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Decrease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1954 0 310312 (1)


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