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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 )
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.
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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
lccn - sn 88029200
ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00177
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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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S! INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
IU. $.DE POIB TO -, BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


StateOCment NOBER M.1955
J JAN 7 OCTOBER 1955


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FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 1955 AND 1954 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER 1955 AND 1954

Mile. Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
of rMoa -eight passenger Percent Percent Average Freight Pasaencer Net Oper- Percent
operated DeBpei- Het Oper- mainte- tranc- Averase _etl______________ _____ cante- crace-
at loe All atlon railway eating nance portation Region, roan, and year iles Depreci- railway atling nance portatlon
na aAllte-noper- ratio expenses enpenees of road talPn cer- ratim eopenes exnees
or month Per- Per- Total nte- Included Total atling (per- of oper- o ce r-- operated Per- Per- P..i A included otal aing pcr ror
Ac unt Amount "n nane e income cent) atng atng Amount cent Amount cert mane- in inre- ce en ng atlg
ae creae coleding revenues revenues n- in- nance C revenue. revenues
reae crecrease creen

(a) (b) c)- (Ad) ( ) (f) I() (h) (1) (1) k1) (1) (m) (nc)(o) IP)) ) 0)r)) It) (u) (v) w () (y) ( a
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items In trousandE of dollre)"
202,874 $724.852 14.6 $54,143 2.6 A 849,799 $260,848 $41,982 $630,466 $102,077 74.2 30.7 37.0 1955 Total--eads listed herein ... .......... 1955 202,995 $6,589,606 9.5 $592,826 $7,821,584 $2,454,044 $415,019 $5,903,463 0875,o40 75.5 31. 37.3
203,227 632,521 55.591 753,195 232,895 41,309 572,981 85,494 76.1 30.9 38.3 1954 1954 203,193 6.015,309 617,121 7,265,252 2,407,714 409,189 5,768,831 619,815 79.4 33.1 39.0
New England hgiona
61.57 5,6672 11.9 738 .0 7.314 1,846 359 5,467 695 74.8 25.2 43.1 1955 Boston & Maine ............................. 1955 1,575 55,023 8.2 8,370 d 5.7 71,336 19,114 3,496 53986 5,660 75.7 26. 42.5
1.676 5,069 769 6,625 2,044 334 5,633 86 85.0 30.8 47.7 1954 1954 1,676 50,859 8,875 67,607 22,577 3.227 57:653 210 85.3 33.4 45.3
1,769 6,865 3,510 A 10.0 11.833 3,055 710 10,063 329 85.0 25.8 49.8 1955 New York, New Haven & Hartford .. ...... 195 1,769 74,442 9.0 39,268 d 4.6 128,341 32,618 6,745 102,082 9,840 79.5 25.4 45.4
1,769 6,867 3,910 12,245 3,233 721 9,698 729 79.2 26.4 45.6 195 Great1954 1,770 68,948 41,159 124,596 35,681 6,712 100.979 5.703 81.0 28.6.7
Great Lakes Heglon!
792 4,857 27.8 13 6.8 5.144 1.380 224 3,291 1,226 64.0 26.8 30.6 1955 Delaware & Hudson .......................... 1955 792 41,087 10.2 1,573 1.7 44,049 12,613 2,27 30,499 8,749 69.2 28.6 33.7
793 3,801 154 4,096 1,688 226 3.529 240 86.2 41.2 37.6 1954 1954 793 37,291 1,601 40,398 14.061 2,270 32,282 4,732 79.9 34.8 37.8
962 591 10.5 712 733 2,709 2 6,665 20 90.9 36.9 46.6 1955 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ............. 195 962 54,208 6.5 7,503 1 67,987 20,988 4,582 58,010 2,541 85.3 30.9 7.
962 5.352 723 6,774 1,756 47 5,392 709 79.6 25.9 46.5 1954 1954 962 50,900 7.666 65.004 18,783 4,499 54,097 5,253 83.2 28.9 47.3
2.224 13,424 12.3 538 3.3 15,115 3,869 737 11,360 1,843 75.2 25.6 42.4 1955 Erie .................................. 1955 2,224 117,663 5.9 5,758 1.3 133,414 37,938 7,272 106,288 11,569 99.7 26.4 13.6
2,225 11,955 520 13,467 3,619 728 10,408 1,247 77.3 26.9 42.9 1954 1954 2,224 111,086 5.686 127,106 39,107 7219 104,052 10,518 81.9 30.8 '3.3
952 4.547 12.8 232 d 5,214 1,413 126 4,027 342 77.2 27.1 44.8 1955 Grand Trunk Western .............. ...... 1955 952 4,708 7.8 2,341 4.9 51,021 13,656 1,490 39,016 4,185 '6.' 26.08 .2
952 4,032 233 4,613 1,364 144 3,791 112 82.2 29.6 46.4 1954 195 952 41,492 2,232 47,061 15,412 1,433 39,750 312 .5 32.7 46.0
1,150 5662 12.1 22 412.3 6,284 1,767 302 4,713 945 75.0 28.1 40.7 1955 Lehigh Valley ...................... 1955 1,153 1,636 6.7 2,700 d 7.5 57,310 17,787 3o25 46.07 7,'02 80.3 31.0 42.7
1,163 5,049 276 5,628 1,898 303 4,725 523 83.9 33.7 43.3 1954 1954 1,163 8,374 2,919 54,335 17,451 3,010 44,910 4,257 82.7 32.1 43.4
10,710 352 19.6 7.703 d 66,448 19,570 3,267 51,647 6,906 77.7 29.5 41.8 195 New York Central ........................... 1955 10,710 470,674 11.8 82,325 6.5 627,132 182,167 32,999 494,200 61,188 78.8 29.0 3.0
10713 42,113 8,131 57,880 16,398 3,346 46,430 4,754 80.2 28.3 44.9 1954 1954 10.713 421,123 88,030 54,899 192,040 33,703 501,473 17029 5.7 2.8 54
2,178 -14,716 18.2 133 d 2.7 15,381 3,587 525 9,726 2,340 63.2 23.3 34.6 1955 New York, Chicago & St. Louis .............. 1955 2,178 128,162 11.9 1,453 d3.9 134,042 35,660 5,097 90,605 18,252 67.6 26.6 35.2
2,185 12,454 136 13,071 3,311 502 8,738 1,780 66.9 25.3 35.6 1954 1954 2,185 114,539 1,512 120,185 33,269 4,924 84,987 14,227 70.7 27.7 36.7
221 3.158 28.4 51 15.4 3377 1,136 325 2,562 1,173 75.9 33.6 34.4 1955 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................1955 221 32,303 27.1 626 3.2 34,605 12,549 3,260 26,441 10,854 76.4 36.3 32.2
221 2,459 61 2,639 1,132 329 2,494 789 94.5 42.9 40.8 1954 1954 221 25,407 647 27,573 13,112 3,320 27.049 6,683 98.1 47.6 39.8
2,393 10,00 21.9 408 2.6 11,237 2,585 474 7,732 1,351 68.8 23.0 38.8 195 Wabash ..................................... 195 2,393 86,179 8.2 4,008 .1 97,928 24,921 4,663 72,083 10,447 73.6 25.4 40.7
2,393 8,207 419 9.388 2,302 461 6,892 1,123 73.4 24.5 41.3 195 Central Eastern Region: 195 2,393 79,628 4,004 90,890 25,093 4,594 70.948 7366 78.1 27.6 42.7
Central Eaetern Region:
6,178 35,754 24.3 1350 4.4 39723 14,183 1,458 32381 3911 1.5 35.7 39.2 1955 Baltimore & Ohio .......................... 1955 6,10 317223 14.3 15547 d 4.1 356,949 115,741 14,647 284.575 34918 79.7 32.4 40.0
6,183 28,766 1,413 32,463 10,888 1,455 26,415 2,752 81.4 33.5 40.6 1954 1954 6,183 277,652 16,202 316,935 101,132 14,626 258,693 27,762 81.6 31.9 42.1
208 2,878 46.9 2,900 1,295 158 1,946 642 67.1 44.6 17.4 1955 Beasemer & Lake Erie ....................... 1955 208 22,493 23.6 6 52.2 22,856 8,724 1585 14.452 5934 63.2 38.2 19.2
209 1,959 1,980 608 160 1,146 705 57.9 30.7 20.8 1954 1954 209 18,192 4 18,345 7,495 1.598 12,806 4,627 69.8 40.9 22.1
613 4,365 7.4 440 4.0 5,220 1,709 260 4,104 492 78.6 32.7 40. 1955 Central R. Co. of New Jersey ............ 1955 613 39.770 3.6 4,563 1.7 47.830 14,902 2,631 37,463 4,085 78.3 31.2 1.5
613 4,065 423 4,864 1,379 264 3,713 591 76.3 28.4 42.4 1954 1954 613 38,391 4,487 46,406 14,442 2,623 37,138 3,005 80.0 31.1 43.0
868 2,522 .0 208 3.8 2,966 872 161 2,332 343 78.6 29.4 38.4 1955 hicago & Eastern Ill. ..................... 1955 868 23,969 9.8 1993 d 12.9 28,70 8,8 1,608 22.536 3,334 79.4 2.9 38.
868 2.335 201 2,821 805 159 2,276 262 80.7 28.5 40.3 1954 1954 868 21,825 2,288 26.757 8.005 1,580 21.733 2,718 81.2 29.9 39.7
236 3 35.0 4380 894 135 2.809 533 64.1 20.4 38.5 1955 Elgin, Joliet & Eatern .................... 1955 236 33,765 17.6 41,514 7874 1364 24,532 5,82 59.1 19. 35.1
236 2,654 420 640 138 2,169 895 63 18.7 38. 195 1954 236 28,707 35,781 15,169 1,387 30,893 584 66.3 42.4 38.2
353 1.157 7.9 3,880 6.4 5,273 1,795 231 4,570 77 86.7 34.0 49.0 1955 Long Island ........................ 1955 359 11,108 4.8 37279 11.4 50,932 16,530 2159 43,141 1,659 84.7 32.5 48.4
360 1.072 3,645 4,952 1,547 212 4,079 151 82.4 31.2 47.6 1954 1954 360 10,599 33,475 46,365 15,959 2,114 42,163 2.169 90.9 34.4 52.5
10,037 66,320 26.0 9,425 3.1 84,588 26,883 4,282 68,219 7,856 80.6 31.8 43.5 1955 Penneylvania ............................ 1955 10,037 597.894 13.4 100,079 4.9 775,242 248,206 43,068 631,188 65,537 81.4 32.0 43.7
10,051 52,615 9,730 70,795 21.739 4,324 58,044 6,331 82.0 30.7 45.4 1954 1954 10,051 527,187 105,286 710,035 235,730 43,487 597,540 40,290 84.2 33.2 45.0
1.304 9,782 17.2 570 5.7 10,944 3,612 598 8,279 1,409 75.6 33.0 37.4 1955 Rading .................................... 195 1,304 85,977 9.5 5.556 .7 97.487 31,698 6,022 75517 12128 7.5 32.5 .9
1.305 8.34 539 9,502 3,204 612 7,249 1,280 76.3 33.7 36.7 1954 1954 1,305 78,544 5,520 90,334 29,136 6.194 71,208 11,224 78.8 32.340.3
846 4,241 30.1 3 d 5.7 4,99 1,123 254 2,82 1,141 62.8 25.0 27.6 1955 Western Maryland .......................... 195 846 36,668 13.4 35 8.5 38.973 11,646 2,.524 26,494 8,432 68.0 29.9 29.5
852 3,261 3 3,87 1,235 267 260 780 74.7 35.4 30.7 195 Pocahontas57 32,32 3 34,33 11,471 2,646 25,42 6,467 74.0 33,3 32.2
5,106 33,693 5. 617 7.8 36,392 9.90 1 22,965 7,078 63.1 26.9 30.7 195 Cheapeake Ohio ......................... 195 5,112 291,379 25.6 6,401 2.5 314.519 90,064 18,779 208,596 59,291 66.3 28.6 31.5
5,128 26,764 573 28,782 j 7.62 1,' 1,795 5,869 65.3 27.3 31.4 195 195 5,106 232,017 6,245 251,740 83,631 18,819 188,990 10.824 75.1 33.2 34.0
2,126 18,622 29.6 264 12. 19,736 5,557 I 1,0 12,109 3,857 61.4 28.2 28.5 1955 Norfolk & Western ..........................1955 2.129 161,469 24.7 3,08 d 2172,26 56.157 9,918 114,614 0.132 66. 2. 2.5
2,133 14,373 301 15,321 4,495 977 9,905 3,034 64.6 29.3 29.0 1954 195 2,134 129,499 3,35 139,259 51,368 9.719 104,961 1id.'0 75. 36.9 31.7
southern negio.:
5,288 10,512 11.4 920 0 12,504 4,948 754 10,865 1,059 86.9 9.6 39.5 1955 Atlantic Coast Line .. ... 195 5316 106,502 5.5 13.763 ..7.1 130,755 52,o40 7.426 110,966 9,735 84.9 39.8 37.5
5.352 9,440 927 11.45 4,917 731 10,492 640 91.6 42:9 40.3 1954 1954 5.358 100,983 14,823 126,783 49,414 7,285 105,820 9,059 83.5 39.2 37.5
1,764 3,302 6.9 121 4.6 3,712 1,222 190 2,982 394 80.3 32.9 37.5 1955 Central of Georgia ....................... 1955 1,764 31,324 8.6 1527 d 2.1 35,672 11,727 1,912 28,608 4,080 80.2 32.9 37.4
1,764 3,091 116 3,446 1,086 171 2,702 462 78.4 31.5 36.7 1954 1954 1,771 28,853 1.560 32.990 10,615 1,800 27,041 3,371 82.0 32.2 39.2
337 3.379 8.3 107 8.1 3,701 1,155 211 2,331 718 63.0 31.2 25.0 1955 Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific ......... 1955 337 36.369 17.1 1,691 10.2 40,134 11,717 1,917 23,390 8,032 58.3 29.2 23.3
337 3,120 99 3.422 1,039 180 2,120 541 62.0 30.4 25.3 1954 1954 337 31,059 1,535 34,662 10,740 1,780 21,627 5,863 62.4 31.0 25.1
2,?57 6,636 10.0 297 4.... 7,396 2,353 354 5,197 905 70.3 31.8 29.5 1955 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio....... 1955 2,757 61,770 4.0 3,329 d 1.3 69,541 23,593 3,524 50.505 8,210 72.6 33.9 29.,
2,758 5,998 297 6,795 2,301 351 4,970 835 73.1 33.9 29.8 1954 1954 2,761 59,403 3,375 67,484 23,178 3,491 50,418 7,243 74.7 34.3 31.O
6.531 21,954 4.7 1,794 7.1 26,601 8,258 1,147 18,979 2.992 71.3 31.0 34.0 155 Illinoi Central ........................... 1955 6,534 200,431 5.6 18,304 2.9 24,344 76,684 11,413 176.656 26,372 72.6 31.5 34,6
6,537 20,974 1,675 24,955 7,081 1.103 17,329 3,743 69.4 28.4 35.1 195 1954 6,537 189,881 17,792 230,490 75,020 10,790 175,516 21,598 76.1 32.5 36.8
4,732 15,849 7.3 680 d 6.3 17,882 5,860 1.075 13,242 2.846 74.1 32.8 35.3 1955 Loulv111e & Nashville ..................... 195 4,733 128,146 9.5 6,705 26.7 144,797 51.454 10,699 113,457 22.986 78.4 35.5 35.8
4,734 14.769 726 16.668 6:216 1,170 13,127 2,300 78.8 37.3 35.4 1954 1954 4,735 141,605 9:142 162,563 64,390 11,671 134,474 18,991 82.7 39. 36.8
1,043 2,542 2.7 96 4.4 2.967 995 189 2,430 299 81.9 33.5 40.3 1955 Nanville, C,ttanooga & St. Loul ......... 1955 1,03 20,243 19 943 d 26.2 23,873 8,243 1,856 20266 1,864 84.9 34.5 40.7
1.043 2,475 101 2,903 958 182 2,352 307 81.0 33.0 40.1 1 54 1954 1,35 25,034 1,279 29,546 8,962 1,810 22.525 3,613 76.2 30.3
4,064 10,992 8.8 06 17.5 12.851 4.343 732 9,625 1,945 74.9 33.8 33.7 195 e rl Air Lin ....................... 1955 4,o64 106,325 2.8 10,368 2.6 126,705 41.859 7,278 91,987 20,026 72.6 330
4,064 10,102 687 11,784 4,166 717 8,931 1,705 75.8 35.4 33.3 1954 1954 4,072 103,466 10,110 123,816 41,199 7,060 90,632 18,622 73.2 33.3 3.0
6,289 20 .459 8.7 928 23,186 7,156 1,054 16,O56 3.496 69.2 30.9 32.1 195 Southern ................................... 195 6,289 200,251 15.2 12.482 d 4.6 229,324 67.715 10,150 10,821 37,368 65.8 295 303
6,286 18,817 933 21,477 6,616 1,012 14,40 3,176 67.2 30.8 30.3 1954 1954 6,286 173,884 13,081 204,291 66,576 10,255 16,709 26,666 71.8 32.6 32.3

Percent increase commuted on unite of dollars.
4 Deereaese or deficit.


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOE LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-Continued.


FOR THE MONTH OF Y EPTEMBER 1955 AND 1954 FOR THE NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER 1955 AND 1954
Operating revenues Operating expenses Average Operating revenues Operating expen se
of es Percent-Perent ATege---
ofpe ratd reght Passenger et Oper- Pem nt- Perent- a iles eight Passenger Percent Pernent
operated ep railway atng nnoe portatlon Region, road, and year ofr ad Net Op. a- pti- tran-
at luss ationooperated I
o ontt Pe- Per- Al incldo nper- ratio expenses expense. operated ptln r-ly ting naoe portion
STotal ante- inluded Total eating (per- of oper- of oer- Per- Per- Total included oer- rato expense expenses
AIount -et Aount enet nance n pre- income cent) eating eating Amount cent Aoun cent Tan- in pe- Total sting (per- of oper- of oper-
creasen- reasen- celun revenues revenues in- 5u In- e cding income eent) eating rting
corn coreae orea column revenues revenues
aL (b)) (c) (d) (e) (f) ) {h) (I) (C) (k) (1) I) n) Cto) (pc (C) (r) (a) (t) U) Ce I C C) (
(Money Iteoa in thousands of dollar) northwestern Region: (Coney Item In thousands of dollars)
7,812 14 88 .2 $1.857 d15 $18291 $5,5401,157 $14,397 $1,596 78.7 30.3 1. 1955 Ch ago North Western ............. . 1955 7860 .............115,070 5.8 8 16,648 $147,68 $48,500 $1039725,4 331 8.9 32.8
1,7 2,807 6.2 16 94.6 2,991 921 159 1,987 364 66.4 30.8 29.3 195 C hlcago Great W- tern ................... 1955 1,470 23,790 4.8 118 21.0 25, 7,69 1455
4 2,815 767 161 1.870 350 66.7 27.2 32.9 19541954 1,470 22,703 96 24,309 7,208 1,451 16,592 3,050 68.3 29.7 31.?
10,641 19,706 9.0 I1.062 d16.1 22,976 8,603 1,295 18,141 I 1,906 79.0 37.4 35.4 195 Chicago, Ml kee, St. Paul & Pacific. 1955 10 641 152,070 4.4 9,796 13.3 180,53968,61 11,676 151,045 10982 83.38.0 .
0C,0 18,072 1.266 21,569 8,869 1,300 16,542 2,650 76.7 31.8 38.0 19541954 10,639 145,719 11,298 175,721 65,831 11,510 150,710 6,019 85.8 37.5 40.7

1,t616 2,63 10.5 161 2.7 3015 792 1 23 2,293 170 76.1 26.3 43.2 1955 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omahai .....1955 1,616 21316 2.2 31 24488 7397 114 20,886 81 85.3 30.2
1161ob 2,3843 i6 2,773 803 135 2,448 d.332 88.3 01.9 48.9 1954 1954 1,616 20,884 1,419 24,227 7,433 1,231 20,962 T -W586.5 30.7 48.6
69 4,440 58.4 1 d:.1 7,500 1,073 171 3,085 .27 41.1 14.3 24.5 1955 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ..............195 569 35,273 22.8 7 4.4 41,33 61 1,539 21,18 ,826 51.6 21. 27.1
467 ,o65 1 4,858 952 145 2,345 1,237 48.3 19.6 26.1 1954 1954 567 28,735 7 33,741 11,008 1,510 22,490 5,171 66.7 32.6 30.7
8,283 24.234 6.9 908 3 27,49 7,717 1,046 16,762 4, 400 61.7 28.4 28.0 1955 Great Northen .. ......... ....1955 8,286 174,816 6.2 8,257 d 1.5 197,780 67,769 9,307 143,426 22,029 72.5 34.3 32.3
8,308 22,667 936 25,326 7,952 610 16.676 3,492 65.8 31.4 29.1 1954 1954 8,306 164,586 8,379 186,651 68,935 9,135 142,683 16,620 76.4 36.9 33.3
S .224 165 12.7 55 22.5 4,461 1379 165 2896 537 64.9 30.9 28.6 1955 Minneapolis. St. Paul & Mault sBe. Marie ... 1955 3,2247,824 2.7 745 .4 30,195 11,878 1,505 24,489 2,450 81.1 39.3 35.1
',222 3,697 71 1,964 1,358 151 2,830 504 71.4 34.3 31.5 1954 1954 3,222 27.099 788 29,554 11,932 1,335 25,118 2,001 85.0 40.4 38.1
6,866 15,786 3.3 566 7.4 17,468 4,691 814 12,025 2,701 68.8 26.9 35.1 1955 Northern Pacific ........................... 1955 6,866 119,782 8.1 5,586 2.7 134,977 43,057 7085 105,990 14,316 78.5 31.9 .
6,866 15,276 685 17,137 4,734 715 11,988 3,286 70.0 27.6 35.3 1954 1954 6,866 110,800 5,439 126,298 45,485 6,373 107,64 9,557 85.1 36.0 1,2
1, 42 2,559 16.2 38 58.6 2,759 686 126 1912 493 69.3 24.9 36.8 1955 Wisconsin Central .. .......1955 1,42 21,150 5.4 358 2.5 22,830 6,850 1,16 17,28 2,860 7.7 30.0
1,042 2,203 24 2,385 795 114 2,000 d 7 0 3.9 33.4 42.5 1954 1954 1,042 20,073 367 21,747 7,408 1,015 17,94 ,3057 82. 34.1 8.

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3 1. B 1 F i ................ 10, 9 1183 778.0 7 29 2 .
8,8 58 17,934115,762 21.920 63 0 1 203 16,473 2,320 75.1 31. 374 195 ChicsagBurlingtonAuinoy.............. 1951 8,830 1409508 1.8 14.420 .9 182,709 59,918 10 9 9 141,927 18.30 77.7 32.2 3.
81858 179 93417 62 21920 6,932 1203 16,73 2,320 5.1 31.6 37.4 19 19548,a61.517.14,21 186,531 58,482 10,547 141,58 20,065 75.6 31.4 37.9
7920 12,642 5.9 1,34 0 6.8 0,373 5,18 808 12,102 1,551 78.7 33.4 36.7 1955 Chicago, Bok Island & Pacifl.............. 195 7,921116689 1.7 12877 1.8 142,334 43,168 7,267 107,010 14,825 75.2 30.3 3.
7.885 11,941 1:,38 14,728 4,931 807 11,844 1,200 80.4 33.5 38.1 1954 1954 7,886 114,695 13,115 140,937 43,004 7,238 107,189 13,840 76.1 30.5 37,2
2,165 7,106 14.1 250 d 3.7 7,579 1,696 379 4,271 1,573 56.4 22.4 27.6 1955 Denver & A io Grande Weste.rn................1955 2,16 53,094 7.4 2,242 .6 57,189 15,000 3,382 36123 10,781 63.2 26.2 29.3
2,164 6,226 260 -- 6,734 1,709 375 4,205 1,327 62.5 25.4 30.0 1954 1954 2,165 49,417 2,230 53,719 15,830 3,395 36:356 9,996 67.7 29.5 30.2
,127 3980 7.9 2,46 45,055 16, 2,471 37,587 3,846 83.4 3.7 0. 1955 outer Paci ..........................1955 8,129 350,408 9.5 24,695 .1 399,625 132,031 21,776 313,822 39,099 78.5 33.0 38.
8.121 37,041 2,685 42,380 14,551 2,345 34,159 3,960 80.6 34.3 39.1 1954 1954 8,120 320,031 06,286 371,057 124,113 20.797 298,060 29,943 80.3 33.4 39.9
9813 40,753 10.1 2,450 d 10.6 46,295 13,127 2,o94 31,210 5,456 67.4 28.4 32.4 195 Un Paclfi....... 1955 9,813 326.88 7.5 23,077 6.2 376,488 118,728 18,591 273,395 33.930 72.6 31.5 33.6
9.816 37,009 2,742 42,825 13,260 1.991 31,587 3,578 73.8 31.0 35.5 1954 1954 9,817 303,369 24,605 355.165 112,O16 16,838 269,792 20,706 76.0 31.5 36.4
1,193 4.837 23.2 198 9.3 5,144 1,377 263 3,299 873 64.] 26.W 28.1 1955 Western Pacific.. . . ...1955 1,193 36,985 12.3 1,837 d.0 1 39,717 12,961 2,323 29,230 5,287 73.6 32.6 30.6
1,193 3,926 181 4,196 1,482 253 3,181 461 75.8 35.3 29.2 1954 1954 1,193 32,927 1.913 35,659 12,454 2,230 27,920 9.781 78.3 34.9 32.4
S 255 15.7 1392,9 ,5 155 2,336 35 79.3 5.8 37.4 195 Inernatonal-Great Northe# ..............1955 1,104 22,133 8.5 1,297 1.0 25,511 9,433 1,415 20,885 2,640 81.9 37.0 38.4
1,103 2,201 141 2,593 978 156 2,232 227 86.1 37.7 41.6 1954 1954 1,103 00,396 1,310 23,742 8,804 1,369 20,391 1,875 85.9 37.1 41.9
891 451 17.3 102 2.1 3907 879 140 2,220 64 56.8 22.5 2.7 195 Ci So ..........uthern .............. 1955 9129,849 10.7 948 8d6.4 33,692 7,467 1,206 19,076 5,972 6.6 22.2 28.8
891 2,943 100 3,360 732 129 1.955 627 58.2 21.8 30.3 195 1954 891 26,966 1,012 30,971 6,533 1,139 17,900 5,662 57.8 2.1 30.4
3,241 5.525 12.0 233 8 16.9 6,309 1,991 335 4,961 572 78.6 31.6 38.3 1955 Mia.ouri-Kansa-Temas Lines.... ...1955 3,241 48,118 2.4 2,300 0a .,0 )O 16,133 2,986 42,482 4,988 ?.2 29.3
3,24I 4,933 280 5,770 1,774 332 4,612 454 79.9 30.7 39.7 1954 195" 3,241 46,982 2,437 5 :537 16,212 2,985 42.382 5.217 77.7 29.7 38.8
6,917 16,329 11.7 742 8d15.9 18,847 7,070 1,084 15,069 1,884 80.0 37.5 36.2 1955 Nis.ouri Paoifin# .......................... 1955 6,917 143,167 6.3 7,086 8 9.2 165,956 59,0809,62 12M,784 20,998 77.6 35.6
617,155 61,666 1,881 79.7 36.1 37.2 1954 1954 6,924 134,632 7,804 157,523 55,013 9.565 126,278 16.091 00.2 )5.5 38.0
1,831 5, 37 6.4 300 d.8 6,397 2,147 341 4,820 749 75.5 33.6 33.7 1955 Texams& Pacific.. . . ...155 1,831 51,555 3.9 2,962 dj5. 59,317 18,580 3,048 42,985 6,998 ?2.5 31.2 33.2
1,831 1.203 312 6,053 1,958 335 4,524 636 74.7 32.3 34.0 1954 195, 1,832 49,610 3,124 57,527 18,994 2,987 43,260 5,771 75.2 )3.0 33.7
4,610 9,468 13.2 80 9.2 10,662 3,304 668 7,970 1,398 74.7 31.0 35.2 1955 BE. Louli-San Franciscoa. . ...1955 4,605 80,979 7.1 3,614 8d34.1 91,294 29,009 6,010 70,352 10,490 77.1 31.8 38.4
4,601 8,378494551 3,028 666 7,654 1,033 80.1 '1.7 39.4 1954 1954 46,01 75,594 3,932 86,250 28,338 5,856 70,008 7.583 81.2 32.9 39.1
157 354 15.9 4 d .1 382 101 5 286 16 74.8 26.4 38.4 1955 St. Louis-San Prancisno & Texas ............ 1955 157 3,382 3.0 34 d 7.2 3,612 80344 2:448 227 70.6 22.2 38.9
159 305 4 332 80 5 261 -d 1 78.9 24.2 45.1 1954 1954 159 3,284 37 3,511 716 43 2: 16 270 68.8 2o.43
1,561 5,5'0 24.8 17 0d13.9 5,737 1,429 169 3,452 909 60.2 24.9 29.0 1955 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ............... 1955 1,561 48,118 14.1 168 3.9 49.855 31,300 1:4o2 28,919 7,961 8.0 22.7
1,562 4,438 20 4,632 1,257 162 2,994 770 64.6 27.1 29.5 1954 1954 1,562 42,156 162 43,898 11,975 1 1987,9615.8.27.3
a.315 10,592 14.9 411 d 17.9 11,686 4,350 274 9,658 489 82.7 37.2 37.2 1955 Texas & Wew Orleans... . ...1035 4,315 91,961 9.5 4,154 102,27 33,160 2.507 76,381 6,472 74.7 32,4 34.7
4,258 9,219 500 10,.416 3,534 281 8,274 602 79.4 33.9 37.7 1954 1494 0,290 93.983 4,840 95,139 30,883 2,455 74,320 4,636 78.1 32.5 33.6


Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
Report of trt tee or trustees.


S/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle 6 Banta re.
SDecorease or deficit.


U. S,. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1955 0- 360312(5)


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