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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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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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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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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Title from caption.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

II II II 11111I 2II 4 II111111 II INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
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BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE 1954 AND 1953 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED-WITH
Operating revenues Operating expenses
Mile Operating revenues Operating expenses
Of road Freight Passenger Percent Percent Average Freight Passenger Percent Percent
operated Depreoi- Net Oper- mainte- trans- Region, road, and year A age Freight Passenger Percent Percent
at close atnin- railway eating nanoe portatlon es Depreol- Net Oper- maint- tran-
of month Per- er- luded oper- ratio expenses expenses o rd aton in- railway atng nanoe portaton
St bent ent Total mainte- luded Total atlng (per- of oper- of oper- operated Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses
Amount sent Amount cent canoe in e-nooe cent) sting sting eou ntn T A u nalnte- mo setl (per- of oper- of ope-
Aeuntnacnt-l ino eoTotal saits- inpe- Total sting (per- ofeoper-fof pe
in- in- ceding revenuemrvnuesent -in-cedingpre-
crease crease column revenues revenues Amount in- Amount In- nance ceding income cent) ating atlng
crease crease column revenues revenues
(a) (b) () ) () (r) () (h) () .1) ) (1) (a ) (n) (I tn) r) Cs) (t .
(Money items in thousands of dollare* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
203,11 $620,062 d 14.4 $6751 52,375 $29,201 $4,131 85,892 $74,632 77.9 33.1 37.8 1954 Total--Roads listed herein .......................1954 203,195 $,556,52d 1.6 60,85 $4,296,32 $1,58 3 $2,588 $363,60 $313,16 80.6 33.9 39.
203,611 724,639 72,896 867,147 288,511 39,803 47,627 92,633 74.7 33.3 35.2 1953 3d1953 203,655 4,166,3514,172i4975,150 1,645, 232:334 3,?5,185.503,731 75.9 3
1:679 1 : ::7"6 036 7:31.7 3.:9 19,250 2,28"803
1,676 5,08 d-- 1, 9 7,461 2,392 3i 58 io6 8.9 34. 439. 15oston 1Maic ...............................1954 1,676 31,232 5,227 d .8 41,143 14,099 1,898 35,3041 85.8 34.3 44.9
15 667615 2414 323 5,860 592 77.0 39. 1953 1953 1,679 34,518 5,55 45,045 14,704 1,941 36,308 2,532 80.6 32.6 41.8
1,770 7,344 d10.9 4,249 d 5. 13,032 ,2 670 9,9641,271 76.5 27.] 42.2 1954 New York, New Haven* &Hartford................1954 1,770 42,154 12.6 2420 2.9 75,214 22,318 3,944 61,672 2,257 82.0 29.7
1,771 80,244 4,489 14,126 ,667 651 11,277 855 79.8 33.0 39.6 1953 e 1953 1858,21 24 82108 25 3825 65,8 611 80.2 3
SGreatLakes Region: 2
793 3,909 134200 1,332 227 3,104753 73.9 31.7 35.4 1954 Delaware & Hudson .............................1954 793 22,17 d12.9 87 d 23,971 8.2 1,364 19,210 2,686 80.1 3. 38.3
793 4,59I7 138 4,877 1,370 226 3,4801,104 71.4 32.2 32.7 1953 1953 793 25,435 880 27,215 9,3 4 1,373 20,715
962 5,o64 d 20.4 767 d3.5 6,471 1,866 450 5,323583 82.3 28.8 46.5 1954 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ................1954 962 30,648 d 16.1 4,582d3.O 39,150 11,515 2,70 4 32,527 3,220 83.1 29.4 6.6
962 6,359 795 7,850 2,250 440 5,875 962 74.8 28.7 40.1 1953 1953 962 36,542 -4,726 45,547 12,814 2,612 34.751 5,292 76.3 28.1 42.2
2,225 11,177 d 19.7 616 d 1. 12,994 4,206 727 10,754 883 82.8 32.4 42.9 195 Erie .........................................195 2,224 66,849 d 17.3 331 5.7 76,303 22,663 4 307 60984 6,573 79.9 29.7 2.3
2,237 13,923 623 15,817 4,522 701 11,588 1,680 73.3 28.6 38.1 1953 1953 2,237 80,862 3,511 91,150 24,447 4,196 66,414 10,318 72.9 26.8 39.2
952 4,6107 d 22 11.2 8,?OO 1,75984 11 4 87.1 34.0 47.1 1954 Grand Trunk Western ...........................1954 952 26,116 .C 1,203 d 1.1 29,369 9,320 848 292 1,489 81.5 31.7 4.
952104694 223 52283 1,724214o 350 80.3 32.6 42.1 1953 1953 952 28,925 1,216 32,406 9,582 836 2 :706 3,908 76.2 29.6 41.8
1,163 5,159 d15.5 26 6.1 5,732 1,786 303 4,539 66 79.2 31.2 41.4 195 Lehigh Valley .................................195 1,163 28,336 d 17.4 1,71 d .8 31927 ,14 1,798 26,419 2,281 82.7 31.8 3.7
1,164 6,io5 294 6,752 2,009 281 4,885 1,017 72.4 29.8 36.9 1953 1953 1,181 34,286 1,797 38,065 11,366 1,786 28,350 5,201 74.5 29.9 38,4
10,713 44,56 16.7 9,798 d 61,407 20,820 3,361 51,7772,29 8.3 339 3.1 195 New York Central .............................1954 10,713 257,212 d 16.3 52 10.2 355,647 123,33 20,292 313,400 2,96 881 34. 5.9
10,716 52,865 1O,630 71,962 23,992 3,334 57,051 6,190 79.3 33.3 39.8 1953 1953 10,715 307,143 58,201 415,404 140,7 8 19,975 343,024 30,220 82.6 33.9 42.2
2,185 11803 10.9 165 8. 12,441 3,387 97 1,539 696 27.2 36.1 1954 New York, Chicago & St. Luis ................1954 2,18 67,172 d 15.5 88 70,292 20,044 2,922 50,459 8,067 71.8 28.5 36.8
2,184 13,241 202 13,951 3,934 450 9,651 1,730 69.2 28.2 35.0 1953 1953 2,184 79,507 988 83,196 23,279 2,741 56,382 11,052 67.8 28.0 34.2
221 2,547 d40.7 62 9.7 2,741 1,319 331 2,667559 97.3 48.1 38. 195 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ........................ 1954 221 15,799 d 34.6 386 d 8.8 1,203 8,302 2,001 16,681 ,10 97.0 8.3 38.3
221 4,295 69 4,527 1,665 324 3.395 1,237 75.0 36.8 31.1 1953 1953 221 24,141 424 26,039 9,590 1,894 19,909 6,944 76.5 36.8 32.5
2,393 ,502 d15.7 46 6. 8,671 2,540 46o 7, 533 81. 29.3 3.8 1954 Wabash ........ ..............................195 2,393 7,431 d 8.9 2175 d 10.3 53972 15,85 2,754 43,013 3,779 79.7 29. 2.5
2,393 8,900 418 10,043 2,775 464 7551 964 75.2 276 40.7 1953 1953 2,393. 52,o62 2,424 58,961 15,311 2,771 43.,477 6,380 73.7 26.0 .9

5 O 1 25 d: io uho 3 ..3.............201, ..*1Central Eastern Regi* 6on:6 2
6,18 28,351 23.0 1,825 10.0 32,737 10,510 1,9 26,463,12 80.8 32.1 41.2 1954 altimore & Ohio .............................1954 6,183 164,748 d 19.4 9,852 d 12.4 188,239 59,143 8,744 153,453 16,920 81.5 31. 2.
618 36820 2029 41541 13,891 1,449 32,051 4,443 77.2 33.4 37.0 1953 1953 6,186 204,27 11,253 230,620 78,819 8,635 181,255 23,779 78.6 3.2 37.
209 2,614 d 22.4 1 d62.9 2,630 763 160 1,349870 51.3 29.0 17.6 1954 Bessemer & Lake Erie..........................1954 209 I0,154 d 28 2 d 34,9 10,245 4,993 960 8,160 2,049 79.6 48. 23.7
212 3,370 1 3,391 944 157 1,581 780 46.6 27.8 15.7 1953 1953 212 14,278 3 14,399 5,649 914 9,009 2,794 62.6 39.2 18.7
613 3,937 d 14.4 457 d9.5 4,735 1,489 260 3,715 328 78.5 31.5 41.4 1954 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ...............1954 613 23,103 d 13.5 2,617 27,858 9,052 1,562 22.768 1,463 81.7 32. 3.2
617 4,6OO 505 5,405 1,754 279 4,254 592 78.7 32.4 40.7 1953 1953 617 26,722 2,743 31,479 10,573 1,542 25,423 2,340 80.8 33.6 41.5
868 2,155 d 10._4__ 308 5.7 2,736 759 158 2,4298 78.3 27.7 39.4 1954 Chicago & Eastern Ill..........................1954 868 1,11 d 10.6 1,341 d 14.2 16,113 4 ,878 946 13,023 1,645 80.8 30.3 39.1
868 2,405 292 2,989 894 152 2,331 326 78.0 30.0 37.3 1953 1953 868 14,672 1,564 18,116 5,414 903 13,780 2,114 76.1 29.9 35.8
236 3, 84 19.8 3,819 632 139 2,1531,287 56.4 16.5 34.6 1954 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .......................1954 236 18,295 d 22.5 22,484 12,493 833 22,306 545 99.2 55.6 38.1
236 3,844 4,631 1,411 139 3,244 295 70.2 30.5 35.5 1953 1953 236 23,595 28,530 7,649 833 18,919 2,342 66.3 26.8 35.5
36 1156 d211 3,464 d 1.6 4,844 1682 211 274 88.2 347 49 7 1954 Long Islan d#.................................1954 360 6 7 140 18652 .1 26421 9,63 1,269 25,234 d 2726 95.5 36.7
365 1,466 3,521 5,215 1,566 207 4,005 434 76.8 30.0 43.5 1953 1953 365 7,4 18,640 27,514 9,233 1,243 23,860 d 86.7 33.6 49.2
10,051 54,055 d22.5 O,471 12.3 72,427 24,341 4,356 59 9685,460 82.8 33.6 43.6 1954 Pennsylvania .................................1954 10,051 313,237 21. 64,259 d 11.5 423,788 144,332 26,159 362,452 17,074 85.5 3,.1 5.4
10,083 69,720 11,943 90,376 31,939 4,920 72.612 7,494 80.3 35.3 39.6 1953 1953 10,086 398,500 72,582 522,412 183,518 25,492 428,918 42,690 82,1 35.1 41.4
1,305 7,349 d26.5 550 5 8,563 2,?96 618 6910 1,107 80.7 32.7 41.4 1954 Reading .....................................1954 1,305 47,641 d 19.8 3,411 3.8 54,913 17,204 3,735 43,081 6,679 78.5 31.3 .9
1,310 10,003 576 11,185 4,255 616 8,858 1,485 79.2 38.0 36.1 1953 1953 1,310 59,424 3,547 67,013 23,398 3,661 51,489 8,425 76.8 34.9 36.9
857 3,242 d 22.0 6 d 25.? 3,441 1,108 268 2517 676 73.2 32.2 32.6 1954 Western Maryland.............................1954 857 19,851 18,2 22 48.7 21,022 6,885 1,582 15 ,390 3,878 7.233
873 4,156 7 4,395 1,206 246 640 1,018 6o.i 27.4 26.3 1953 1953 873 24,26U 42 25,567 7,415 1,484 16,484 5,229 6 .5 2. 2.1
5,097 23,697 1 1 720 d 3.9 25,917 8,676 1,889 19,298 4,210 74.5 33.5 33.4 1954 Chesapeake & Ohio ............................1954 5,098 137,179 d 13.8 ,737 .148,184 52,134 11,315 115,149 22,177 77.7 35,2 4.
5,114 27, 95 749 30,257 9,.527 1,858 20,650 5,497 68.2 31.5 30.0 1953 1953 5,115 159,090 4,140 171,o45 56,576 10,972 121,838 28,566 71.2 33.1 31.2
2,135 13,993 d8.7 367 d 19.5 15,095 5,056 975 10,357 2,401 68.6 33.5 28. 1954 Norfolk &a Western............................1954 2,135 75,984 d11. 1,995 d 16.2 81,895 31,932 5,811 64 ,524 9,029 78.8 39.0 32.8
2,135 15,322 456 16,:431 5,572 927 11,158 2,733 679 33.9 284 1953 1953 2,135 85,836 2,38 92,207 34,154 5,462 68,84 11, 673 74.3 37.0 31.1
5,353 9,939 d 8.7 1,191 d 13.2 12,058 5,311 730 10,929 592 90.6 44.o 38.6 1954 Atlanti Coast Line ............................1954 5,362 64 ,988 10,166 4.5 82,036 28,363 4 ,364 63,8 40 6,635 77.8 34.6 35.8
5,379 10,886 1.372 13,247 6,119 677 11,985 442 90.5 46.2 37.1 1953 1953 5,379 72,115 11,492 90,515 35,690 4,069 73,935 5,399 81.7 39.4 35.5
1,764 2,874 d 8.5 143 d 13.4 3,263 1,062 183 2,713 311 83,1 32.6 40.2 1954 Central of Georgia ............................ 1954 1,775 17,276 4J11.9 957 d 18.7 19,945 6,376 1,095 16,413 1,932 82.320
1,786 3,141 166 3,585 1,144 168 2,871 353 80.1 31.9 38.5 1953 1953 1,786 19,604 1,178 22,592 7,128 976 17,711 2,169 78. 231.6 37.5
337 3,235 d 12.8 151 d 8.6 3,573 1,047 175 2,165 625 6o.6 29.3 24.8 1954 Ginn., New Orleans & Texas Paclflo............ 1954 337 19,078 d 14.3 959 d 12.1 21,383 6,559 1,o66 13,258 3549 62.0 3
337 3,710 165 4-4,063 1,238 207 2,369 775 58.3 30.5 22.6 1953 1953 337 22,266 1,091 24,6O0 7,518 1,243 14,673 4,529 596.7 0.6 24.1
2,758 5,590 d 14.9 346 d15.1 6,401 2,311 350 4,985 634 77.9 36.1 31.9 1954 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio............................1954 2,763 36,104 d 12.81,982 A 12.5 40,921 14,oo4 2,088 30,624 4 204 74.8 34
2,766 6.568 407 7,482 2,567 330 5,397 852 72.1 34.3 29.5 1953 1953 2.766 41,386 2,265 46,800 15,288 1,953 32,325 5,783 69.1 32.7 28.5
6,537 18,003 d 11.0 1,800 d 23.7 22,047 7,642 I,o84 17,534 1,790 79.5 34.7 37.7 1954 Illinois Central...............................1954 6,537 111,982 d .5 10,278 d 11.4 136,559 46,o68 6,386 106,739 10,715 78.2 33.7 37.5
6,538 20,226 2,358 25,043 8,354 1,037 18,507 2,503 73.9 33.4 34.5 1953 1953 6,538 123,799 11,600 151,170 48,037 6,117 110,663 15,159 73.2 31.8 35,2
4,735 14,658 d 19.8 1,o16 Ad6.9 16,786 6,537 1,170 13,485 1,958 80.3 38.9 35.6 1954 Louisville & Nashville ........................ 1954 4,734 86,760 d17.3 5,418 d 15.2 99,636 39,994 6,961 82,0 l 11,683 82.3 40.1 36.2
4,737 18,272 1,091 20,507 7.061 1,002 14,673 3.062 71.5 34.4 32.5 1953 1953 4,737 104,875 6,378 118,777 39,463 5.868 84,654 17,225 71.3 33.2 33.0
1,032 2,507 d 8.5 145 d 8.8 2,969 860 180 2,186 420 73.6 29.0 37.1 1954 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis............. 1954 1,032 15,534 d 11.2 780 L9.3. 18,390 5,444 1,080 13,606o 2,34o 74 0 29.6 36.6
1,032 2,741 159 3,207 1,095 180 2,465 400 76.8 34.1 35.1 1953 1953 1,032 17,491 86o 20,414 6,105 1,039 1i4,52 2,960 70.8 29.9 33.5
4,078 10,207 d 2.8 941 d 8.5 12,o16 3,895 ?12 8,783 1,845 73.1 32.4 33.8 1954 Seaboard Air Line..............................1954 4,078 66,153 d 6.7 6,518 d 17.7 79,228 26,208 4,223 57,086 11,817 72.1 33.1 32,4
4,080 10,497? 1,028 12,457 4,118 688 8,98P 1,94o 72.2 33.1 32.2 1953 1953 4,080 70,899 7,921 85,325 28,082 4,0o4 60,128 12,889 70.5 32.9 30.9
6,286 16,480 d 15.5 1,406 d 13.4 19,451 6,681 1,033 14,902 1,939 76.6 34.3 34.6 1954 Southern.......................................1954 6,286 103,323 d14.6 7,?36 d 11.2 121,922 40,616 6,166 88,594 15,440 72. 33.3 32,4
6,299 19,498 1,623 22,739 7,027 986 15,449 3,326 67.9 30.9 30.8 1953 1953 6,299 120,990 8,714 139,548 41,792 5,844 92,095 21,:430 66.0 29.9 30.3


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


UNIV. OF FL LiS.





U.S. DEPOSITORY


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Statement No. M-150 /
S' JUNE 1954

OCT 1 1954








INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE 1954 AND 1953 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE 1954 AND 1953
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles rehtssegerPercent Percent Average Percent Perent
or Freirt Pasenger Deprecl- Net Oper- ainte- trans- miles Freight Passenger Net Oper- ainte- tea-
operated action in- railway eating nance portatlon Region, road, and year of road Depreci- railway eating nance prtation
at close Per- Per- All o luded oper- ratio expenses expenses operated All atlon in- per- ratio expenses expenses
of month Tent al mainte- in pre- Total atlng (per- of oper- of oper- Per- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount tnt_ Amount n. nance ceding Total income cent) atlng atlng Amount cent Amount ent nance n pre- income cent) atlng atlng
in- column revenues revenues in- in- ceding revenues revenues
rereaase crease column
(a) (b) (o) () (e) (f) (R) (h) (1) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (a) (r) (a) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) () ) aa
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern region:
7,876 $12,727 d 7.1 $2,151 1.7 $16,547 $5,801 $1,160 $14,289 $466 86.4 35.1 43.8 1954 Chicago & North Western ....................... 1954 7,876 $68,922 d 10.7 t10,326 3.8 $89,041 $31,520 $6,873 $81,489 d 2.666 91.5 35.4 47.9
7,874 | 13,701 2,115 17,651 6,579 1,116 15,599 417 88.4 37.3 43.9 1953 1953 7,874 77,215 10,729 98,551 35,775 6,582 88,165 1.371 89.5 36.3 45.7
1,470 2,384 d 11.4 7 d 71.0 2,560 777 161 1,789 325 69.9 30.4 32.4 1954 Chicago Great Western ......................... 1954 1,470 14,911 21.8 42 d 19.1 15,965 4,815 967 10,957 2,015 68.6 30.2 31.5
1,468 2,692 23 2,901 794 159 1,872 384 64.5 27.4 30.2 1953 1953 1,468 12,239 52 13.154 3,792 952 9,069 1,772 68.9 28.8 31.9
10,640 16,433 d 8.7 1,461 d 10.2 20,063 8,634 1,281 18,011 4 3 89.8 43.0 39.1 1954 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ........ 1954 10,639 94,594 d 10.6 6,810 d 14.9 113,426 44,603 7,635 100,313 1,098 88.4 39.3 41.4
10,670 17,993 1,626 21,931 9,372 1,232 19,377 517 88.4 42.7 38.6 1953 1953 10,670 105,786 8,005 126,903 47,847 7,382 107,712 5,875 84.9 37.7 40.1
1,616 2,333 8.5 166 21.6 2,725 861 136 2,317 d 11 85.0 31.6 46.3 1954 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ........ 1954 1,616 13,283 d 2.4 853 d 8.8 15,391 4,848 825 13,682 d 830 88.9 31.5 50.0
1,617 2,150 .137 2,471 975 134 2,476 373 100.2 39.5 52.9 1953 1953 1,617 13,610 936 15,867 5,343 807 14,874 1.329 93.7 33.7 52.6
566 5,501 d 23.7 1 6,452 1,182 170 2,886 3,115 44.7 18.3 24.6 1954 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................. 1954 567 13,669 d 36.6 2 d 30.9 16,000 7,902 1,024 14,611 d 76 91.3 49.4 37.4
567 7,210 8,371 1,275 159 3,363 1,519 40.2 15.2 24.1 1953 1953 567 21,550 4 25,025 7,844 951 16,788 2,7949 67.1 31.3 32.8
8,306 21,151 d 2.6 1,251 d 3.8 24,255 8,521 1,083 16,938 3,728 69.8 35.1 29.4 1954 Great Northern ................................ 1954 8,305 99,735 d 6.1 4,982 d 17.7 113,073 45,232 6,357 92,944 6,631 82.2 40.0 35.5
8,303 21,719 1,301 24,948 8,873 1,020 17,432 3,124 69.9 35.6 29.1 1953 1953 8,303 106,211 6,054 121,128 46,405 6,066 94,886 9,728 78.3 38.3 33.9
3,222 3,312 d 2.0 152 57.3 3,655 1,418 147 2,894 505 79.2 38.8 34.7 1954 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie ..... 1954 3,222 15,720 d 4.9 441 5.9 17,239 7,842 885 16,279 d 2 285 94.4 45.5 41.7
3,223 3,380 97 3,682 1,467 122 3,000 394 81.5 39.8 35.8 1953 1953 3,223 16,538 417 18,156 8,464 866 17,218 79 94.8 46.6 41.5
6,866 13,041 d 6.8 754 d 1.3 14,965 5,438 709 12,278 1,591 82.0 36.3 38.1 1954 Northern Pacifio ............................. 1954 6,866 68,946 d 8.6 3,084 d 16.7 78,607 30,944 4,227 71,253 2,061 90.6 39.4 43.2
6,880 13,993 765 15,975 5,870 667 12,685 1,658 79.4 36.7 35.6 1953 1953 6,881 75,453 3,705 85,807 31,720 3,952 71,539 6,775 83.4 37.0 38.9
1,042 2,416 d 2.2 56 d 3.6 2,619 838 116 1,991 375 76.0 32.0 37.3 1954 Wisconsin Central ............................ 1954 1,042 13,209 d 12.0 202 d 16.7 14,222 4,603 675 11,498 1,198 80.8 32.4 41.0
1,046 2,471 58 2,687 867 104 2,023 250 75.3 32.3 36.8 1953 1953 1,046 15,017 242 16,198 4,897 620 12,169 1,645 75.1 30.2 38.6
Central Western Region:
13,076 38,241 d 16.9 4,503 d 3.7 47,011 14,673 2,582 33,122 6,306 70.5 31.2 32.1 1954 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ............... 1954 13,071 213,999 d 17.7 20,486 d 16.0 259,181 88,173 15,276 193,769 28,642 74.8 34.0 33.3
13,095 46,015 4,676 54,935 17,045 2,376 36,963 7,411 67.3 31.0 30.0 1953 1953 13,095 260,001 24,378 309,625 100,235 13,938 211,977 40,853 68.5 32.4 29.8
8,858 15,661 d 14.7 1,783 d 11.2 19,704 7,246 1,177 16,459 1,425 83.5 36.8 40.0 1954 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ................. 1954 8,862 99,111 d 9. 8,628 d 9.3 121,707 36,870 6,971 91,010 13,548 74.8 30.3 38.0
8,867 18,364 2,008 22,640 8,073 1,060 17,469 1,740 77.2 35.7 35.6 1953 1953 8,867 110,050 9,516 133,233 40,313 6,303 95,830 14,683 71.9 30.3 35.7
7,886 14,560 d 5.0 1,619 d9.8 17,820 5,144 804 12,489 2,120 70.1 28.9 33.9 1954 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacifio ......... ....... 1954 7,887 75,896 d12.7 8,250 d 13.0 93,037 28,085 4,815 70,977 8,670 76.3 30.2 37.7
7,910 15,325 1,796 18,975 5,494 793 12,954 2,644 68.3 29.0 32.4 1953 1953 7,912 86,961 9,484 105,902 29,166 4,744 73,1.3 14,079 69.0 27.5 34.0
2,164 5,195 d 20.8 281 d 7.6 5,761 2,012 379 4,188 1,156 72.7 34.9 29.6 1954 Denver & Rio Grande Western .... ....... 1954 2,165 31,806 d 171,298 d 28.2 34,440 10,672 2,266 23,789 6,370 69.1 31.0 29.8
2,313 6,558 304 7,098 2,454 345 4,951 936 69.8 34.6 28.3 1953 1953 2,320 38,713 1,808 41,916 12,687 2,045 27,736 6,203 66.2 30.3 29.1
8,121 40,643 d 7.2 3,268 d 2.9 47,014 14,795 2,326 35,499 4,537 75.5 31.5 37.9 1954 Southern Pacific Co......................... 1954 8,120 208,006 d 13.0 16,384 d 14.3 240,673 80,755 13,782 193,803 18,826 80.5 33.6 40.0
8,113 43,798 3,367 50,463 15,690 2,199 37,074 4,570 73.5 31.1 36.6 1953 1953 8,113 238,982 19,118 275,878 88,855 12,804 207,819 25,1,2 75.3 32.2 36.9
9,816 33,414 d 9.7 3,314 d 8.0 39,922 12,597 1,921 29,352 2,638 73.5 31.6 33.9 1954 Union Pacific ................................ 1954 9,818 193,115 d 10.1 14,750 d 14.2 225,486 71,457 10,936 172,340 12,000 76.4 31.7 36.4
9,824 37,007 3,602 44,159 15,125 1,636 33,274 2,584 75.4 34.3 33.9 1953 1953 9,824 214,692 17,194 250,808 85,276 9,613 193,779 12,074 77.3 34.0 35.6
1,193 3,656 d 17.7 258 d 7.8 4,033 1,371 251 3,048 432 75.6 34.0 31.4 1954 Western Pacific .............................. 1954 1,193 21,450 d 22.7 1,195 d 25.4 23,183 8,146 1,474 18,303 2,330 79.0 35.1 32.8
1,193 4,444 280 4,867 1,551 213 3,332 764 68.5 31.9 27.8 1953 1953 1,193 27,732 1,601 30,013 9,076 1,212 20,088 4,147 66.9 30.2 27.9
Southwestern Region:
1,103 2,325 d 19.8 168 d 10.2 2,702 1,014 155 2,308 183 85.4 37.5 41.2 1954 International-Great Northern # ............... 1954 1,103 13,826 d 20.0 822 d 13.0 15,963 5,863 902 13,593 1,301 85.2 36.7 41.6
1,104 2,900 187 3,329 1,346 150 2,772 331 83.3 40.4 37.1 1953 1953 1,104 17,288 944 19,772 7,754 857 16,119 2,030 81.5 39.2 36.5
891 2,899 d 13.1 119 d 29.6 3,348 665 128 1,903 640 56.8 19.9 30.6 1954 Kansas City Southern ......................... 1954 891 18,079 d 16.9 684 18.3 20,809 4,416 753 12,045 3,722 57.9 21.2 30.3
891 3,337 169 3,802 1,035 127 2,433 596 64.0 27.2 30.7 1953 1953 891 21,768 837 24,714 5,854 751 14,194 4,404 57.4 23.7 28.4
3,241 5,499 d 16.6 288 d 5.5 6,381 1,875 332 4,891 931 76.7 29.4 38.6 1954 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .................. 1954 3,241 31,355 8 17.6 1,571 d 6.2 36,395 11,058 1,989 28,596 3,326 78.6 30.4 39.1
3,242 6,597 305 7,617 2,293 327 5,356 922 70.3 30.1 32.8 1953 1953 3,242 38,058 1,675 43,877 12,944 1,930 31,141 5,098 71.0 29.5 33.7
6,921 15,099 d 14.2 905 d 16.0 17,649 6,214 1,078 13,998 1,921 79.3 35.2 37.1 1954 Missouri Pacific # ........................... 1954 6,923 88,815 d 1.8 4,839 d 13.4 103,843 37,287 6,342 84,562 9,087 81.4 35.9 38.9
6,935 17,602 1,077 20,495 7,977 1,001 16,350 2,158 79.8 38.9 35.3 1953 1953 6,935 103,004 5,587 119,742 45,865 5,924 95,915 12,657 80.1 38.3 36.2.
1,836 5,385 d 12.8 387 d 7.8 6,331 2,167 334 4,897 787 77.3 34.2 34.4 1954 Texas & Pacific .............................. 1954 1,833 33,972 8 12.4 1,944 d 5.4 39,150 12,892 1,982 29,172 4,281 74.5 32.9 33.1
1,834 6,174 419 7,073 2,251 326 4,981 993 70.4 31.8 31.5 1953 1953 1,834 38,758 2,054 44,104 13,190 1,965 29,909 6,294 67.8 29.9 30.6
4,601 8,743 d 12.9 465 d 9.4 9,959 3,235 661 7,958 927 79.9 32.5 38,7 1954 St. Louie-San Francisoo ...................... 1954 4,601 50,993 d 10.0 2,536 d 14.6 58,067 19,290 3,856 47,174 4,694 81.2 33.2 38.8
4,601 10,032 513 11,379 3,387 606 8,115 1,434 71.3 29.8 34.2 1953 1953 4,601 56,660 2,968 64,496 20,562 3,602 48,528 7,189 75.2 31.9 35.4
159 517 46.3 3 d 30.6 543 80 5 280 107 51.5 14.7 29.7 1954 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ........... 1954 159 2,201 d 13.8 23 33.2 2,350 459 29 1,604 198 68.2 19.5 39.1
159 354 5 .376 101 5 309 3 82.2 26.9 45.8 1953 1953 159 2,553 35 2,738 608 27 1,780 254 65.0 22.2 34.8
1,562 4,880 a 19.8 22 d 26.9 5,081 1,288 161 3,257 783 64.1 25.3 31.6 1954 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ................. 1954 1,562 28,620 22.992 d 32,2 29,763 8,246 954 19,555 2,303 65.7 27.7 30.9
1,567 6,083 31 6,316 1,716 157 3,743 961 59.3 27.2 26.5 1953 1953 1,567 37,139 135 38,504 10,124 934 22,219 5,642 57.7 26.3 26.1
4,292 9,175 d 13. 601 10 10,432 3,424 281 8,197 459 78.6 32.8 37.4 1954 Texas & New Orleans ..........................1954 4,292 56,274 8 16.1 3,103 15.5 63,648 20,139 1,616 48,956 3,364 76.9 31.6 37.2
4,290 10,601 670 12,057 3,698 210 8,781 1,165 72.8 30.7 34.9 1953 1953 4,290 67,033 3,671 75,260 22,579 1,263 52,603 6,964 69.9 30.0 33.0
4:2 lo6o 70 1 7 36 20 8,81 ,16


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