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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: AA00015604:00163
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JCToPditA ES AND OPERATING EXPENSES--SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS


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Statement No. M-IS
JULY 1954


FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 1954 AND 1953 FQR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH 195
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
o rd eight Pasener et Oper- aint- ran- Average Freight Passenger Net Oper- Pmarilnt ranent
miles Depreoi-
operated Depreion in- railway eating nanoe portation Region, road, and year of road railway sting tance portatlon
at close All action in- oper- ratio expenses expenses All aln In- oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month Per- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total sting (per- ofp- o per- operated Per- Per- Total aint- eluded Total sting (per- per- e-
Amount cent Amount ot nane cedinginoome cent) reatln raln Amount cent Amount cent_ nance in pre- income cent) ating sting
In- i revenues revenues in- ao- ceding re venues rvenues
crease crease oolmln crease crease column
(a) (b) (c) (d (d (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) ( W) (k) (1) () (n). -(o) (p) () (r) el (t) (u) (v) (. () (,)( )1 (a
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Honey items in thousands of dollars)*
203,173 $599,403 d 17.2 69,742 d 9.1 $731056 238,93 41,212 $579,725 66976 79.3 32.7 39.3 1954 Total--Road listed herein, ....................1954 203,189 4,155,928 d 1.0 430,597 d 10.5 ,027091 $1,697,258 285,803 4,043,332 379,992 80.4 33. 39.4
203,612 723,519 76.:716 869:848 290,13. 39,321 659,385 88,357 75.8 33. 4 31 1953 1953 203,650 4,889,863 480:885 5:844:998 1 935:643 271 650 4,434 5729,2 218 75,9 33. 39
New England Region:
1,676 4,646 d 11.8 1,072 .5 6,506 2,112 327 5559 24 85.5 32.5 46.2 1954 Boston & Maine............................ 1954 1,676 35,877 d 9.8 6,300 d 5.0 47,648 16,211 2,225 40,864 d 148 85.8 34.0 45.1
1,679 5265 1,--078 7,159 2,467 318 5,976 275 83.5 34.5 42.8 1953 1953 1,679 39,783 6,628 52:204 17,170 2,259 42:284 27 81.0 32.9 42.0
1,769 6,745 d 12.5 4,560 d .3 12,572 3,265 674 9.698 1,223 77.1 26.0 43.4 1954 New York, Bew Haven & Hartford ............. 1954 1,770 48,899 d 12.6 28,761 d 2.5 87,787 25,583 4,618 71,369 3,480 81.3 29.1 44.5
1,771 7,712 4:576 13,592 4,017 648 10,946 729 80.5 29.6 44.0 1953 Great Lakes Region: 1953 1,783 55,953 29:488 95,700 29,664 4,473 76:824 5.340 80.3 31.0 42.2
793 3,369 d 21.2 189 d .6 3,698 1,265 227 3,057 327 82.7 34.2 40.6 1954 Delaware & Hudson ..........................195 793 25,50 d 14.0 1,066 d .4 27,669 9,500 1,591 22,267 3013 80.5 3.3 38.6
793 4,276 191 4,601 1,690 226 3,626 726 78.8 36.7 35.9 1953 1953 793 29,711- 1:070 -31816 11,031 1,598 24,341 5,365 765 34. 35.
962 4,820 d 18.2 818 4 6.212 1,807 449 5,279 428 85.0 29.1 48.9 1954 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ............. 1954 962 35468 d A 5,400 d 5._ 45 362 13.322 3,154 37,806 3 649 83.29 6.9
962 5,892 856 7,408 2,351 451 6,058 693 81.8 31.7 43-9 1953 1953 962 42434 5,582 52,956 15,165 3,063 40,809 5,984 77.1 28.6 2.
2,225 10,447 d 23.0 675 d 4.0 12,184 4,281 728 10,953 880 89.9 35.1 -46.6 1954 Erie ....................................... 1954 2,224 77,296 d 18.1 3,985 d 5.4 88,487 26,944 5,035 71,937 7,454 81.3 30.5 42.9
2,237 13,562 704 15,539 4,748 702 12,057 1,352 77.6 30.6 40.4 1953 1953 2,237 94,424 4,214 106,689 29:196 4,898 78,471 11,671 73.6 27.4 39.4
952 3 965 d 14.2 281 8.5 4,554 1,531 141 3,947 d 180 86.7 33.6 47.4 1954 Grand Trunk Western ....................... 1954 952 30,081 d 10.3 1,484 .6 33,923 10,851 989 27,871 1,308 82.2 32.0 44.8
952 4,619 259 5,237 1,705 139 4,318 219 82.5 32.5 44.7 1953 1953 952 33,544 1,475 37,643 11,287 975 29,024 4,127 77.1 30.0 42.2
1,163 4,828 d 18.9 327 d 9.6 5,412 1,781 305 4,579 329 84.6 32.9 44.6 1954 Lehigh Valley .............................. 1954 1,163 33,164 d 17.6 2,038 d .6 37,339 11,922 2,103 30,998 2,610 83.0 31.9 43.8
1,164 5.954 361 6,683 2,042 302 5.057 933 75.7 30.6 39.3 1953 1953 1,178 40,239 2,159 44,748 13,408 2,088 33,408 6:134 74.7 29.9 38.6
10,713 39,843 d 22.8 9,227 d 9.5 55,969 17,624 3,360 46,793 2,381 83.6 31.5 44.6 1954 New York Central ........................... 1954 10,713 297,055 d 17.2 61,491 d 10.1 411,616 140,960 23,652 360,193 5,348 87.5 34.2 45.7
10,716 51,577 10,200 69,787 23,765 3,325 57,581 5,214 82.5 34.0 41.9 1953 1953 10,715 358,721 68,401 485,192 164,513 23,300 400,605 35,434 82.6 33.9 42.2
2,185 11,883 d 13.6 146 d 7.3 12,520 3,373 498 8,799 1,425 70.3 26.9 37.1 1954 New York, Chicago & St. Louis .............. 1954 2,185 79,055 d 15.2 1,03 d 9.6 82,813 23,417 3,419 59,258 9,492 71.6 28.3 36.8
2,185 13,754 158 14,507 3,813 455 9,684 1,948 66.8 26.3 35.0 1953 1953 2,184 93,261 1,145 97,704 27,093 3,196 66,066 13,000 67.6 27.7 34.3
221 2,299 d 40.8 68 d 6.6 2,487 1,225 331 2,621 497 105.4 49.3 44.0 1954 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ..................... 1954 221 18,099 d 35.4 454 d 8.5 19.690 9,527 2,332 19,302 4,600 98.0 48.4 39.0
221 3,886 -- 73 4,127 1,575 324 3,270 1,132 79.2 38.2 33.6 1953 1953 221 28,027 497 30,166 11,165 2,218 23,178 8,076 76.8 37.0 32.6
2,393 8,234 d 13.3 456 d 20.1 9,403 2,434 462 7,093 883 75.4 25.9 41.9 1954 Wabash .................................... 1954 2,393 55,664 d 9.6 2,631 d 12.2 63,374 18,290 3,215 50,106 4,662 79.1 28.9 42.4
2,393 9,495 571 10,831 2,743 471 7,729 1,237 71.4 25.3 39.5 1953 1953 2,393 61,557 2,995 69,793 18,054 3,242 51,206 7,616 73.4 25.9 40.7
Central Eastern Region:
6,183 27,839 d 20.6 1,776 d 12.3 31,999 10,316 1,511 26,489 2,413 82.8 32.2 43.0 1954 Baltimore & Ohio .......................... 1954 6,183 192,587 d 19.6 11,628 d 12.4 220,238 69,459 10,255 179,942 19,333 81.7 31.5 42.5
6,186 35,046 -- 2,026 39,879 13,651 1,470 32,129 3,884 80.6 34.2 39.3 1953 1953 6,186 239,473 13,279 270,498 92,470 10,105 213,384 27,664 78.9 34.2 38.0
209 2,421 d 24.6 1 2,434 698 159 1,290 703 53.0 28.7 18.5 1954 Bessemer & Lake Erie ....................... 1954 209 12,575 d 28.1 3 d 18.9 12.679 5,691 1,119 9,450 2,753 74.5 44.9 22.7
213 3,212 3,230 1,046 157 1,660 700 51.4 32.4 15.5 1953 1953 213 17,489 4 17,630 6,695 1,070 10,669 3,493 60.5 38.0 18.1
613 3,658 d 19.0 486 a 4.5 4,424 1,334 262 3,559 204 80.4 30.1 44.4 1954 Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ............ 1954 613 26,761 d 14.3 3,104 d 4.6 32,282 10,386 1,824 26,327 1,667 81.6 32.2 43.4
617 4:516 509 5,300 1.709 268 4,309 414 81.3 32.2 43.5 1953 1953 617 31,238 3,252 36,779 12,282 1,810 29,732 2,753 80.8 33.4 41.8
868 2,165 d 18.6 262 d 13.4 2,636 714 158 2,099 343 79.6 27.1 40.7 1954 Chicago & Eastern Ill. ..................... 1954 868 15,280 d 11.8 1,603 a 14.1 18,749 5,592 1,105 15,123 1,988 80.7 29.8 39.3
868 2,658 303 3,214 972 152 2,376 414 73.9 30.2 33.9 1953 1953 868 17,330 1,866 21,330 6,385 1,055 16,156 2,528 75.7 29.9 35.5
236 2,643 d 32.4 3,312 615 139 2,097 869 63.3 18.6 38.7 1954 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................... 1954 236 20,937 d 23.9 25,797 13,108 972 24,403 d 1.66 94.6 50.8 38.2
236 3,909 4,749 1,156 140 3,017 552 63.5 24.3 35.0 1953 1953 236 27:504 33,279 8,806 973 21,937 2,894 65.9 26.5 35.4
360 1,043 d 13.5 3,630 2.4 4,906 1,551 211 4,192 68 85.4 31.6 50.0 1954 Long Inland # .............................. 1954 360 7,441 d 14.0 22,282 .4 31,327 11,245 1,480 29,426 d 2.657 93.9 35.9 53.8
365 1,206 3,544 4,995 1,566 207 4,027 916 80.6 31.4 45.8 1953 1953 365 8,647 22,185 32,509 10,799 1,450 27,887 5 85.8 33.2 48.6
10,051 54,148 d 22.1 10,611 d 1.2 71,961 23,103 4,337 59,338 5,443 82.5 32.1 44.5 1954 Pennsylvania ............................... 1954 10,051 367,385 d 21.5 74,870 d 11.7 495,749 167,435 30,497 421,790 22,517 85.1 33.8 45.3
10,083 69,518 12,226 90,413 32,355 4,243 73,356 7,010 81.1 35.8 39.9 1953 1953 10,086 468,018 84,808 612,824 215,873 29,734 502,274 49,833 82.0 35.2 41.2
1,305 7.006 d 27.8 521 d 8.3 8,140 2,813 622 6,924 889 85.1 34.6 43.5 1954 Reading .................................... 1954 1,305 54,646 d 20.9 3,932 d 4.4 63,054 20,017 4,357 50,006 7,568 79.3 31.7 41.3
1,310 9,700 569 10,867 4,049 613 8,653 1,390 79.6 37.3 37.1 1953 1953 1,310 69,124 4,115 77,880 27,447 4,273 60,141 9,815 77.2 35.2 37.0
857 2,746 d 26.3 4 d 25.0 3,021 1,061 266 2,437 517 80.7 35.1 35.7 1954 Western Maryland ........................... 1954 857 22,597 d 19.3 26 d 45.8 24,043 7,946 1,848 17,827 4,394 74.1 33.0 32.7
873 3,725 6 3,966 1,307 247 2,741 812 69.1 32.9 28.8 1953 1953 873 27,993 48 29,533 8,722 1,731 19,225 6,041 65.1 29.5 29.1
Pocahontae Region;
5,115 20,826 d 20.5 712 d 11.8 23,080 7,621 1,877 18,029 3,478 78.1 33.0 36.7 1954 Chesapeake & Ohio ......................... 1954 5,100 158,005 d 14.7 4,448 d 10.1 171,263 59,755 13,191 133,177 25,655 77.8 34.9 34.7
5,114 26:204 807 28,632 9,325 1,863 20,611 4,815 72.0 32.6 32.2 1953 1953 5,115 185,293 4,947 199,677 65,901 12,835 142,449 33,382 71.3 33.0 31.3
2,135 11,933 d 16.9 398 d 21.9 12,929 5,170 976 10,361 1,406 80.1 40.0 32.8 1954 Norfolk a Western ................ ...... 1954 2,135 87,916 d 12.3 2,393 d 17.2 94,824 37,101 6,787 74,885 10,435 79.0 39.1 32.8
2,135 14,358 509 15,498 5,719 930 11,276 2,130 72.8 36.9 29.6 1953 1953 2,135 100,193 2,889 107,705 39,874 6,392 79,760 13,802 74.1 37.0 30.9
Southern Region:
5,353 8,427 d 12. 1,400 d 8.7 10,808 5,058 729 10,605 281 98.1 46.8 42.4 1954 Atlantic Coast Line ........................ 1954 5,361 73,414 d 10.2 11,566 ( 11.2 92,844 33,421 5,095 74,444 6,915 80.2 36.0 36.6
5,379 9,650 1,534 12,163 5,942 677 11,822 201 97.2 48.9 40.3 1953 1953 5,379 81,764 13,026 102,678 41,632 4,747 85,758 5,600 83.5 40.5 36.1
1,764 2,786 d 8.0 172 d 11.2 3,151 1,015 172 2,619 321 83.1 32.2 40.0 1954 Central of Georgia ......................... 1954 1,774 20,062 d 11.4 1,129 d 17.7 23,096 7,391 1,268 18,032 2,253 82.4 32.0 39.7
1,786 3,027 194 3,461 1,142 165 2,899 264 83.8 33.0 40.5 1953 1953 1,786 22,631 1,372 26,053 8,270 1,141 20,610 2,433 79.1 31.7 37.9
337 2,950 d 18.6 170 19.2 3,297 1,031 178 2,123 523 64.4 31.3 26.3 1954 Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacifio ......... 1954 337 22,028 d 14.9 1,129 24,680 7,590 1,244 15,381 4,072 62.3 30.8 25.4
337 3,625 210 4,021 1,307 207 2,423 746 60.3 32.5 22.5 1953 1953 337 25,891 1,302 28,621 8,825 1,450 17,097 5,275 59.7 30.8 23.9
2,758 5,763 d17.5 378 d 10.9 6,589 2,301 351 5,026 651 76.3 34.9 31.8 1954 ulf Mobile Ohio0.............. ... 1954 2762 41,867 d 13.4 2,60 12.3 4710 16,305 2,439 5,650 4,855 75.0 34.3 31.3
24766 6,985 425 7,866 2,770 330 5,697 844 72.4 35.2 28.9 1953 1953 2,766 48,371 2,690 54,666 18,058 2,283 38,022 6,627 69.6 33.0 28.6
6,537 18,308 d 13.8 1,897 22,393 7,238 1,099 17,173 1,981 76.7 32.3 37.4 1954 Illinois Central ........................... 1954 6,537 130,290 d 10.2 12,175 d 9.8 158,952 53,306 7,485 123,912 12,696 78.0 33.5 37.5
6,538 21:244 1,896 25,376 7,715 1,067 18,091 2,851 71.3 30.4 34.8 1953 1953 6,538 145,043 13,496 176,546 55,752 7,184 128,754 18,010 72.9 31.6 35.2
4,737 12,324 d 28.0 1,122 d 12.3 14,510 6,129 1,169 13,294 1,235 91.6 42.2 42.5 1954 Louisville & Nashville ...... ........... 1954 4,734 99,084 d 18.8 6,539 d 14.6 114,146 46,124 8,130 95,334 12,918 83.5 40.4 37.0
4,737 17,118 1,280 19,592 6,770 1,004 14,452 2,822 73.8 34.6 33.7 1953 1953 4,737 121,993 7,658 138,369 46,234 6,872 99,105 20,047 71.6 33.4 33.1
1,032 2,281 6 15.6 149 d 21.1 2,675 817 182 2,150 293 80.4 30.5 41.0 1954 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ......... 1954 1,032 17,815 d 11.8 929 d 11.4 21,065 6,261 1,263 15,756 2,633 74.8 29.7 37.2
1,032 2,702 189 3,156 984 179 2,345 453 74.3 31.2 35.9 1953 1953 1,032 20,193 1,049 23,570 7,089 1,218 16,798 3,413 71.3 30.1 33.8
4,064 8,945 d 5 .6 1,079 d 6.4 10,871 3,689 711 8,334 1,589 76.7 33.9 35.0 1954 Seaboard Air Line ........................ 1954 4,076 75,099 d 6.6 7,597 d 16.3 90,099 29,897 4,934 65,420 13,406 72.6 33.2 32.7
6,080 9:481 1,152 11,487 3,958 689 8,660 1,690 75.4 34.5 33.2 1953 1953 4,080 80,379 9,073 96,812 32,040 4,733 68,788 14,579 71.1 33.1 31.2
6,286 16,361 d 14.4 1555 11.8 19,425 6,417 1,032 14,568 2,333 75.0 33.0 34.5 1954 Southern ................. ...... 1954 6286 119,684 d 14.6 9,291 d 11.3 141,347 47,033 7,198 103,163 17,773 73.0 33.3 32.7
6,299 19,114 1,764 22,500 7,235 1,008 15,661 3,227 69.6 32.2 31.2 1953 1953 6,299 140,104 10,478 162,048 49,028 6,852 107,756 24,657 66.5 30.3 30.4


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


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


FOB THE MONTH OF JULY 1954 AND 1953 ~'-- ---------------------
FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 1954 AND 1953 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH JULY 1954 AND 1953
oles Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
ofted Freight Passenger Percent Percent Average
operated freight Passenger Depreoi- Net Oper- mainte- trans- miles Freight Passenger Percent Percent
at n Per- Per- All aion in- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year of road Depreci- Nit Oper- mainte- trans-
of thcent cent Ttal ante- eluded Total oper- ratio expenses expenses operated aton in- railway eating expenses exportation
Amount Amount in- nae in pre- eating (per- of oper- of oper- Per- Per- Total malntcluded r- expenae- expen-es
crease reae ceding income cent) atng atln Amount cent cent in Total eating (per- of oper- of per-
column revenues revenues Aunt in- Amount in- nan1 e ceding Income cent) eating eating
crease crease oolumn revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) () (f) C() (h) i) (n (a) (41) ((u)) ((y) (. -u--) Wo))( (a(r)- ,.s a- '-) (s )
moneyy teams in thousands of dollars) Northwestern Region (Money Items in thousands of dollars)*
7,876 $12390 d11.9 $2,356 2.1 16,405 5,551 $1,168 14,8 $268 87.5 39 45.8 1954 Chicago & North Westrn ....................... 19 7876 81,312 $12,682 .7 5, $37,071 8,41 95,837 d 90. 35.2 47.6
7,874 14,o64 2,308 18,273 6,730 1,132 15,970 240 87.4 36.9 43.5 1953 1953 7,874 91,278 13,036 116,824 42,504 7,714 104,135 TIT5 89.1 36.4 45.4

170 2,509 d8.3 25 d 16.8 2 698 810 161 1,852 329 68.6 30.0 31.6 1954 Chicago Great Western .......................1954 1,470 1,421 16.3 67 d18.2 18,663 5,625 1,128 12,809 2,3 68.6 30.1 31.5
1,468 2,737 30 2:962 826 159 1,936 396 65.4 27.9 30.8 1953 1953 1,468 14,976 82 16,115 4,618 1,1i 11,005 2,68 68.3 28.7 31.7
,64 15,407 d 13.4 1,591 d 6.3 19,203 7, 1,276 16,987 d 2 88.5 8.6 41.6 1954 h ic9 10,639 110,001 11 8,01 .4 132,628 52,01 8912 117301 88.4 39.2 41.
10,6790922 180194 39.5 1953 1953 10,670 123,576 9,703 148,708 56,881 8,610 126,934 6,443 85.4 38.3 40.o
1,616 2,394 d 8.0 192 d 7.2 2,827 832 136 2,352 d 5 83.2 29.4 46.6 1954 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ...... 1954 18,218 5,680 961 16,0 88.0 31.2 .4
1,617 2,602 207 3,047 1,082 133 2,702 a 2 88.7 35.5 46.1 1953 1953 1,617 16,212 1,143 18,915 6,426 940 17,577 92.9 8 31. 51.6
566 5,677 d 25.8 2 13.9 6,592 11o6 170 2,830 2,437 42.9 168 24.1 1954 Duluth, Missabhe & Iron Range ................ 1954 567 19,346 1 33 4 22,592 9,008 1,194 17,441 2.362 7.2 39. 33.5
567 7,649 2 8,871 1,525 159 3,783 1,691 42.6 17.2 23.9 1953 1953 567 29,19,3469 5 33,896 9,370 1,110 20,571 4,60 6.77 2 7.6 30.5
8 6 d956 7 29,199 5 33,896 9,370 1,110 20,571 4,64o 60.7 27. 3015
8,306 20.9416 d 20.2 23,920 7,917 1,083 16,449 3142 68.8 331 30.1 194 Great Northern ........................... 1954 109,393 9,773 79.9 38.8 .6
8,303 22,124 1,453 25,636 8,811 1,027 17,702 3,139 69.1 34.4 29.4 1953 1953 8,303 128,335 7,508 4d6,764 55,215 7,093 112,588 12,867 76.7 37.6 33.2
3,222 3,588 d .9 161 d 2.4 3,928 1,374 150 2,982 667 75.9 35.0 34.7 1954 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie .... 1954 3,222 19,308 4.2 603 3.5 21,166 9,215 ,035 19,262 382 91.0 43.5 40.4
3,223 3,622 165 4,016 1,538 148 3,174 558 79.0 38.3 34.6 1953 1953 3,223 20,160 582 22,172 10,002 1,014 20,392 79 92.0 45.1 40.z
6,866 12,849 Jd12.1 881 d2.9 14,871 4,631 712 11,574 2,490 77.8 31.1 39.1 1954 Northern Pacific ............................1954 6,866 81,796 d9.2 3,965 d 14.0 93,478 35,575 4,939 82,827 4,551 88.6 38.1 42.6
6,880 14,649 907 16,768 6,291 671 13,462 1,625 80.3 37.5 36.0 1953 1953 6,881 90,102 4,612i 102,575 38,010 4,622 85,002 8,400 82.9 37.1 38.4
1,042 2,309 d11.9 87 21.8 2,573 1,012 113 2,214 106 86.0 39.3 39.1 1954 Wisconsin Central...........................1954 1,042 15,517 d12.0 28 16,795 5,65 788 13,711 1,04 81.6 33.4 40.7
1,046 2,620 72 2,858 949 105 2,196 304 76.8 33.2 36.9 1953 Central Western Region: 1953 1,o46 17,636 314 19,056 5,846 725 1365 1949 75.4 30.7 3.
CentralWe 7tern Region12: 4, 1,9.2 30.8 38.3
13,076 39,497 d 19.1 4,722 d 8.1 48,466 16,392 2,571 35,705 6,573 73.7 33.8 32.5 1954 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fena/ .............. 1954 13,072 253,496 1 25,207 Ad 14.61 307,648 104,565 17,846 229,474 35,214 74.6 34.0 33.2
13,095 48,852 5,140 58,367 18,013 2,387 38,202 7,845 65.5 30.9 28.3 1953 1953 13,095 308,853 29,518 367,992 i18,248 16,326 250,179 48,698 68.0 32.1 29.5
8,858 16,917 d 20.5 1942 d 8. 21,031 7,390 1, 178 16,793 2,112 79.9 35.1 38.0 1954 Chieag io, Burlington & Quincy................ 1954 8,862 116,028 d 1 .7 0,571 9.14,738 44,259 8,14 107,803 15,660 75 5 31.0 3.0
8,867 21,289 2,113 25,714 8,357 1,071 18,063 3,216 70.2 32.5 32.4 1953 1953 8,867 131,339 11,629 158,947 48,671 7,374 113,893 17,899 71.7 30.6 3.
7,885 14,057 d 17.0 1,698 d 6.3 17,257 5,087 805 12,372 1,760 71.7 29.5 34.7 1954 Chiocagoe, Rack Island & Pacific. .............. 1954 7,886 89,953 d 13.4 9,947 11.9 110,295 3,172 5620 83,9 10,431 75.6 30.1 37.2
7,910 16,946 1,811 20,682 5,761 792 13,619 2,894 65.8 27.9 31.3 1953 1953 7,912 103,907 11,295 126,584 34,928 5,536 86,738 16,973 68.5 27.6 33.5


8,121 Z7,168 d 10.7 3,452 d 12.8 43,466 14,534 2,331 35,684 2,980 82.1 33.4 41.6 1954 Southern Pacific Co..........................1954 8,120 245,174 d 12.6 19,836 d 14.0 284,139 95,290 16,123 229,487 21,806 80.8 33.5 40.2
8,113 41,609 3,958 49,025 15,919 2,201 38,410 3,398 78.3 32.5 39.5 1953 1953 8,113 280,591 23,076 324,903 104,773 15,005 246,230 28,570 75.8 32.2 37.3
9,816 35,366 d 8.9. 3,520 d 19.5 42,096 12,672 1,946 31,339 2,463 74.4 30.1 36.5 1954 Union Pacific ............................... 1954 9,817 228,481 d 9.9 18,20 d 1. 267,583 84,129 12,881 203,679 14, 463 76.1 31.4 36.5
9,824 38,834 4,371 47,018 15,273 1,652 35,470 2,387 75.4 32.5 35.8 1953 1953 9,824 253,526 b21,565 297,825 i00,58 11265 229,248 14,62 77.0 31.8 35.6
12 292028 1001548 11,265 229,248 14462 770 3. 8
1,193 540 1.1 298 20.6 930 1,342 252 3149 474 80.1 4.1 35.2 1954 Western Pacific ............................ 1954 1,193 24,990 d21.7 1,49 d 24113 9,88 1 21,452 2,80 79.1 35.0
3 27 35 Southwestern Region: 1 1 3 197 34693 10,696 1,29 23,669 4,634 68.2 30.8 28
0 2 184 A 20.8 167 d 13.5 2,569 976 156 2,297 140 89.4 38.0 44.1 1954 International-Great Northern # .............. 1954 1,103 16,o010 d20.1 989 d 13,1 18,532 6,839 1,058 15,890 1,441 85.7 36. 42.0
1104 2,757 193 3,148 1,264 150 2,720 347 86.4 40.1 39.9 1953 1953 1,104 20,o 44 I, 1'38 22,920 9,018 1,007 18,838 2,377 82.2 39
239.4 37.0
891 3,004 d 10.9 107 d 35.1 3,423 689 128 1,964 647 57.4 20.1 31.1 1954 Kansas Oity Southern ........................ 1954 891 21,083 16.1 790 d21.1 24,232 5,105 881 14,009 4,36 57.8 21.1 30.4
891 3,365 165 3,863 1,193 127 2,608 569 67.5 30.9 31.4 1953 1953 891 25,132 1,002 28,577 7,047 877 16,803 4,974 58.8 24.7 28.8
3,241 5,551 d .0 282 6,374 1,734 332 4,697 708 73.7 7.2 37.7 1954 Mis. ouri-Kanas-Tesco Lines ................. 1954 3, 241 8 90 2.536 34 868 9 689.
3,242 6,529 292 7,547 2,410 327 5,479 842 72.6 31.9 33.0 1953 1953 3,242 44586 1,896 51,424 15,354 2,257 36,620 5,939 71.2 29.9 33.6



3,0513,379 14,999 2,317 34,0 77 4,7439 75.1 33.1 33.
1,834 6,415 450 7,373 2,249 326 5,138 1,083 69.7 30.5 31.7 1953 1953 1:834 45,173 2,504 51,477 15,39 2291 35,46 7,377 68.1 30.0 30.8
601 8210 d 12.1 89 d .9 9,439 3,11 9 667 7,818880 82.8 2 3.0 40 1954 St. Louis-San Francisco ......................... 1954 4 601 59,203 10. 3,025 14.1 67,506 22,4g9 4:52 54992 5,573 81.5 33.2 39.0
4.601 90338 -- 555 10,7228 3390 633 8,397 1,265 78.3 32.6 35 8 1953 1953 4:60 763,998 :523 75,218 24,052 4 56925 8,252 75.7 32.035.7
159 328 d29.9 5 d 44, 364 78 2 265 20 72.7 21.3 41.0 1954 St. Louis-San Francisco & Tes.. ..............1954 159 2,543 d 1. 28 d:15,6 2,714 536 34 1,868 219 68.8 19.8 39.
159 487 9 508 99 315 61 61.9 19. 35.5 1953 1953 159 3,041 44 3,246 707 33 2,095 315 64.5 21.5
1,562 4,581 d 22.1 25 d 11.8 4,784 1,214 161 3,208 653 67.1 25.4 33.5 1954 St. Louis Southwestern Lines................. 1954 1,562 3,200 A 22.8 117 d2.6 34,547 9,461 1,.15 22,763 2,956 65.9 27.431
1,567 5,878 29 6,100 1,850 158 3,888 888 63.7 30.3 27. 1953 1953 1,567 3,017 16 44,604 11,974 1,091 26,108 6,53o 58.5 26.8
4,288 8.982 d 14.0 627 d813.6 10,253 3,701 279 8,734 186 85.2 36.1 40.7 1954 Texas & New Orleans..........................1954 4,291 65,256 d 19.8 '729 d 73,902 23,840 1,895 57,689 3,549 78.1 32.3
4,290 10, 442.. 725 11,916 3,710 216 8,975 718 75.3 31.1 36.8 1953 1953 4,290 77,476 4,396 87,175 26,297313480 61,578 7.682 70.630.2.


Includes Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe. U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:1954 0 310314 (3)
- Decrease or deflolt. U. S. GOVERNMENTPRINTINGOFFICE: 1954 O 310114(3)


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