Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )

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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18597972
lccn - sn 88029200
ocm18597972
Classification:
lcc - HE2708 .I783
ddc - 385.0973 fU56ol
System ID:
AA00015604:00169

Related Items

Preceded by:
Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam roads
Succeeded by:
Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large railways

Full Text

(W ; / ; c~ '* ^UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

Subject to I1I I II1II I INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
31262 087311113 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


UNIV. I FL LL





U.S. DEP.-TOMY.
U.S. DEPOSITORY


Statement No. M-150
JANUARY 1955


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


FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1955 AND 1954
Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Percent Percent
of road Freight passenger Net Oper- ant- Pen
operated Depreci- Bet Oper- mainte- trans-
Region, road, and year at close All aton railway eating nance portation
of month Per- Per- All included oper- ratio expenses expenses
oou toM oPuern t nern Total malnte- iTotal eating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount cent Amount aent nance in pre- income cent) ating ating
in- In- ceding income cent) revenues revenues
crease crease column revenues revenues
(_) (b) (c) (d4) () ( (f) () (h) (1) (J) (k) (1) (m)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) *
Total--Roads listed herein, .................... 1955 203,126 1578,471 1.3 $62,673 d 6.6 $699,535 t217,815 $40,944 $551,376 $62,440 78.8 31.1 40.1
1954 ?03,228 571,146 67,128 698,096 243,506 40,287 587,054 28,346 84.1 34.9 41.6
New England Region:
Boston & Maine ............................. 1955 1,576 5,108 2.2 859 d 3.9 6,732 1,934 339 5,438 291 80.8 28.7 45.3
1954 1,676 4,998 893 6,628 2,456 317 6,134 d 478 92.6 37.1 48.4
New York, New Haven & Hartford ............. 1955 1,769 6,795 4.0 3,996 d 5.1 12,144 3,107 440 9,757 503 80.3 25.6 45.9
1954 1,771 6,532 4,212 12,114 3,501 651 10,235 d 61 84.5 28.9 47.6
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson .......................... 1955 792 3,938 9.3 172 d 5.0 4,235 1,319 226 3.,125 585 73.8 31.1 35.4
1954 793 3,602 181 3,919 1,433 228 3,380 220 86.3 36.6 42.0
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ............. 1955 962 5,158 d 1.9 816 d 2.3 6,560 1,652 444 5,311 481 81.0 25.2 48.5
1954 962 5,259 835 6,730 1,944 451 5,530 565 82.2 28.9 46.4
Erie ....................................... 1955 2,224 10,698 d 4.1 588 d 5.9 12,184 3,185 725 9,799 1,005 80.4 26.1 45.7
1954 2,224 11,156 624 12,734 3,703 710 10,183 1,121 80.0 29.1 42.7

Grand Trunk Western ........................ 1955 952 4,148 3.7 226 6.1 4,707 1,346 147 3,872 154 82.3 28.6 47.8
1954 952 4,000 213 4,542 1,499 141 3,948 d 43 86.9 33.0 48.3
Lehigh Valley .............................. 1955 1,154 4,702 4.1 292 d15.9 5,275 1,605 299 4,427 344 83.9 30.4 46.0
1954 1,163 4,516 348 5,207 1,758 292 4,624 13 88.8 33.8 47.3
New York Central ........................... 1955 10,713 42,561 4.6 9,162 d46.9 58,566 15,311 3,327 46,559 5,001 79.5 26.1 45.8
1954 10,713 40,670 9,837 57,978 20,425 3,401 52,719 d867 90.9 35.2 47.9
New York, Chicago & St. Louis .............. 1955 2,179 11,130 151 d14.5 11,632 3,305 501 8,440 1,217 72.6 28.4 37.5
1954 2,185 11,133 176 11,613 3,427 480 8,506 1,303 73.3 29.5 37.0
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ..................... 1955 221 2,628 9.476 d 4.0 2,829 1,100 329 2,445 942 86.4 38.9 35.7
1954 221 2,901 79 3,153 1,399 335 2,831 805 89.8 44.4 36.1
Wabash ..................................... 1955 2,393 7,702 a 3.1 414 5.4 8,781 2,287 462 6,785 797 77.3 26.0 43.1
1954 2,393 7,946 392 9,052 2,620 456 7,158 609 79.1 28.9 42.5
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio ...........................1955 6,184 26,579 4 4.8 1,550 d9.9 30,226 8,747 1,453 24,369 2,804 80.6 28.9 43.5
1954 6,183 27,915 1,721 31,719 10,018 1,455 25,999 2,573 82.0 31.6 42.9
Bessemer & Lake Erie ....................... 1955 208 1,104 10. 1,120 616 159 1,066 245 95.2 55.0 30.7
1954 209 1,231 1,246 852 160 1,349 21 108.3 68.4 29.9
Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ............ 1955 61 3,750 d .6 478 5.2 4,563 1,462 264 3,717 168 81.5 32.0 43.6
1954 614 3,892 454 4,693 1,414 263 3,850 334 82.0 30.1 46.0
Chicago & Eastern Ill. .....................1955 868 2,435 10.2 247 d5. 2,91 779 160 2,276 391 77.1 26.4 39.9
1954 868 2,210 262 2,742 823 157 2,226 260 81.2 30.0 39.6
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................... 1955 236 2,988 5 3,726 702 138 2,218 567 595 189 35.3
1954 236 3,229 3,935 2,817 138 4,630 41.224 117.7 71.6 40.9
Long Island .............................. 1955 360 928 4.9 3,590 17.5 4,763 1,568 211 4,263 d 89.5 32.9 52.7
1954 360 884 3,055 4,151 1,637 211 4,248 4d 827 102.3 39.4 58.3
Pennsylvania ................................1955 10,037 51,100 2.5 11,477 d 11.0 69,580 21,008 4,323 57,641 4,543 82.8 30.2 46.0
1954 10,051 52,404 12,901 72,292 25,477 4,352 64,115 03 88.7 35.2 46.8
Reading ....................................1955 1,305 8,098 d 6.1 584 d4.3 9,404 2,815 608 7,193 1,139 76.5 29.9 40.1
1954 1,302 8,619 610 9,839 3,147 624 7,615 1,195 77.4 32.0 39.6
Western Maryland ........................... 1955 847 3,153 d9.2 3 23. 3,382 1,104 250 2,532 554 74.9 32.6 32.8
1954 857 3,473 4 3,677 1,233 256 2,731 641 74.3 33.5 32.5
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio .............. ........ 1955 5,128 24,817 9.5 561 d 14.2 26,514 8,172 1,889 19,010 4,633 71.7 30.8 33.7
1954 5,102 22,666 654 24,240 8,985 1,882 19,499 3,438 80.4 37.1 35.4
Norfolk & Western .......................... 1955 2,133 13,634 7.6 289 2.5 14,581 5,362 988 10,953 1,988 7 .6:8 31.9

Atlantic Coast Line ........................ 1955 5,344 10,478 2.0 1,912 12. 13608 5,252 738 11,376 912 83,6 38.6 37.2
1954 5,366 10,270 2,189 13,653 4,538 715 10:654 1,332 78.0 33,2 37.0
Central of Georgia.......................... 1955 1764 3,128 10.4 164 d .6 3,603 1,101 196 2,778 547 77.1 0.6 6.6
195 1,786 2,833 190 3,295 1,055 184 2,795 247 84.8 32.0
Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific ......... 195 337 3,010 6.5 190 d 10.2 3,406 1,133 176 2,156 532 63.3 33.3 23.7
1954 337 2,827 212 3,259 1,229 190 2,343 403 71.9 37.7 27.8
Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ........................ 1955 2,757 5,683 d 6.3 82 d5.2 6,523 2,199 352 4,842 688 74.2 33.7 31.2
1954 2,766 6,064 403 6,989 2,221 341 5,119 700 73.2 31.8 32.3
Illinois Central ........................... 1955 6,539 18,082 d 4.1 1,851 d 6.6 22,175 7,087 1,108 17,027 2,015 76.8 32.0 37.8
1954 6.537 18,855 1,982 23,315 7,756 1,061 18,016 1,938 77.3 33.3 37.2
Louisville & Nashville ..................... 1955 4,733 14,422 4 4.1 931 d11.5 16,671 5,253 1,063 12,096 2,832 72.6 31.5 34.9
1954 4,737 15,033 1,053 17,336 6,393 1,037 13,789 2,278 79.5 36.9 36.9
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ......... 1955 1,43 2, 51 d 4.2 138 4d19.0 2,868 826 184 2,198 378 76.6 28.8 39.2
1954 1,032 2,454 170 2,946 879 180 2,275 324 77.2 29.8 39.2
Seaboard Air Line .......................... 1955 4,064 11,208 2.3 1,196 d5.1 13,513 4,439 721 9,653 2,127 71.4 32.9 31.9
1954 4,078 10,953 1,261 13,262 4,349 695 9,546 1,994 72.0 32.8 32.4
Southern ...................................1955 6,289 18,407 7.3 1,510 3 21,581 6,369 998 14,347 3,334 66.5 29.5 30.8
1954 6,286 17,162 1,594 20,444 7,047 1,018 15,282 2,431 74.7 34.5 33.6

Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
4 Decrease or deficit.


SAPR 16 1955 '
k.. r4 ,








INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1955 AND 1954

miles Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Pereet Opent Percent
Region, road, and year operated Deprecl- railway eng n -nce portaton
of month Per- Pclose A ll ion o per- ratio expenses expenses
of month Per- Per- Total mainte- included Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount cent Amount cent nance In pre-ncoe cnt) atin ating
in- In- cedingrincomencent)esting ting
crease crease column revenues revenues

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (e) (k) (1) (1 )


Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western ....................

Chicago Great Western ......................

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .....

Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha .....

Duluth, Miseabe & Iron Range ...............

Great Northern .............................

Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie ...

Northern Pacific ...........................

Wisconsin Central .........................
Central Western Region:
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe / ..............

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ...............

Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific .............

Denver & Rio Grande Western ................

Southern Pacific Co. .......................

Union Pacific ..............................

Western Pacific ............................
Southwestern Region:
International-Great Northern# ..............

Kansas City Southern .......................

Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................

Missouri Pacific #..........................

Texas & Pacific ............................

St. Louis-San Francisco ....................

St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ............

St. Louis Southwestern Lines ...............

Texas & New Orleans ........................


7,873
7,876
1,470
1,470
10,641
10,639
1,616
1,616

569
569
8,300
8,305
3,224
3,222
6,866
6,866
1,042
1,042

13,098
13,070
8,858
8,867
7,924
7,891
2,165
2,167
8,130
8,119
9,813
9,821
1,193
1,193
1,104
1,103
891
891

3,241
3,242
6,919
6,922
1,831
1,829
4,601
4,601

157
159
1,561
1,561
4,315
4,292


$11,260
10,620

2,486
15,483
14.451

2,304
2,174

237
217
14,824
12,280

2,505
2,107
11,349
9,659
2,130
1,950
33,784
33,417
15,071
16,387
11,510
11,857
5,361
5,250
32,312
30,148
32,127
31,984
3.307
3.336
2,271
2,257
3,025
3,048
4,824
5,109
14,286
14.530
5,833
5,708
8,081
8,700
363
336
4,492
4,776
9,228
10,004


6.0

3.8

7.1

6.0

9.2

20.7

18.9

17.5

9.2

1.1

d 8.0

d 2.9

2.1

7.2


d .

.6

d .8

d 5.6

d 1.7

2.2




8.1

d 6.0

d 7.8


$1,718
1,848
6
11
1,081
1,147
149
156
1
1
742
869

56
65
526
569
31
33
3,317
3,640
1,525
1,536
1.551
1,507
212
230
2,832
2,923
2,243
2,513
154
195
164
161
102
142

305
293
836
919
366
389
452
484

5
3



479
564


a ?7.0

d 43.5




d 4.1

2.3

d 14.6

d 14.1

d 7.4

d 4.0

d 8.




2.9

d 7.

d 3.1

d 10.7

d 21.3

1.7

d 27.8

4.2

d 9.0


d 6.7

37.9

6.2

d 15.0


(Money itpma in thousands of dollars)*


$14,674
14,139
2,750
2,661
18,463r
17,498
2,654
2,539
288
267
16,685
14,200

2,713
2,333
12,840
11,258
2,292
2,115

40,975
41,324

18,583
20,048
14,470
14,808

5.753
5,726
37,666
35,666
37,047
37,071
3,536
3,610
2,643
2,627

3,453
3,510
5,606
5,958
16,699
17,145
6,728
6,642

9,250
9,960
389
359
4,662
4,956
10,313
11,257


t5,056
4,728
801
788
6,571
6,869

746
758
848
1,472
6,013
6,831
1,075
1,199
4,198
5,135
623
796
13,322
15,515
5,607
5,954
4,194
4,375
1,373
1,488
12,861
12,451
12,521
12,145
1,228
1,313
989
953
722
724
1,631
1.893
5,689
6,082
1,920
2,158

3.,146
3,201
65
69
1.198
1,439
3,273
3,363


$1,158
1,142
162
161

1,295
1,246
134
138
168
171
1,027
1,039
164
148
763
695
122
112

2,574
2.519
1,211
1,150
814
799
377
373
2,347
2,283
2,032
1,707
255
241

155
150
130
125

330
332
1,057
1,040

335
329
667
627

5

162
158
282
260


$13,369
13,183
1,858
1,843

15,754
16,449
2,254
2,329
1,491
2,212
13,806
14,985
2,402
2,613
11,124
12,195
1,780
1,966
30,916
33,480
14,741
15,103
11,350
11,696

3,656
3,861

31,260
30,917
29,357
30,145
3,013
3,025
2,235
2,257
1,998
2,022

4.537
4,920
13,186
14,218
4,724
4,935
7,657
7,992
259
275
3,051
3,274
7,929
8,302


321
308
768
d 784
d 84

d 267

1,098
S2.684
134
d 473
573

223

4,505
2,955
1,620
2,077
1,427
1,268
1,099
931
2,899
1,491
1,817
980

256
254
225
220
601
594
393
392
1,794
1,153
874
789
830
738
43
24
632
d 1.158
428
1,234


91.1
93.2
67.6
69.3
85.3
94.0
84.9
91.7
517.9
829.2
82.7
105.5
88.6
112.0
86.6
108.3
77.7
93.0
75.5
81.0

79.3
75.3
78.4
79.0
63.6
67.4
83.0
86.7
79.2
81.3

85.2
83.8
84.5
85.9
57.9
57.6
80.9
82.6
79.0
82.9
70.2
74.3
82.8
80.2
66.5
76.4
65.5
66.1
76.9
73.7


34.
33.4
29.1
29.6

35.6
39.3
28.1
29.9
294.6
552.0
36.0
48.1

39.6
51.4

32.7
45.6
27.2
37.6

32.5
37.5
30.2
29.7
29.0
29.5
23.9
26.0

34.1
34.9
33.8
32.8
34.7
36.4
37.4
36.3
20.9
20.6
29.1
31.8
34.1
35.5
28.5
32.5
34.0
32.1
16.8
19.2
25.7
29.0

31.7
29.9


-_______ L ________ J. L I I. ________ J ________ _______ ______ I ________ L


A/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado &I
d Decrease or deficit.
* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
V Report of trustee or trustees.


Santa re; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1955 0 310312 (9)


Page 2


48.3
51.o
31.6
32.6
42.0
46.5
49.4
54.2
171.6
233.5



41.2
51.4
45.2
53.6
42.6
47.0

35.1
35.8
41.6
39.1
40.2
40.4

31.7
33.2
41.3
43.9
36.6
39.8
36.8
35.2
40.2
42.6

30.8
30.7
42.1
41.4
38.2
40.9

33.7
33.6
39.3
39.3

46.5
32.6
29.9
37.1
36.3