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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large railways
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Dec. 1956-Jan. 1957.
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Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
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1'2 17 / UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA




Subject to 31262 08731 2079 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
/b'je toe )-BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS

UNIV.:1L A D o

S8 1957 OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE RAILWAYS




I U.S. DEPO TO Y FOR IHE Mo.TH OF JAU.RY 1957 -:D 1956

L ........ ,-- ..- -. Operating revenues OperatinE expenses


r I T


; of road rightt passenger Nee Orcent percent
operated __neprecj-. N Opee- mainte- tranB-
Region, road, and year operated Depreci- railway ang nance portaton
at close All ation railway eating nance portation
of month Per-PerAl included oper- ratio expenses expenses
ofmonth Per- Per- Total mainte- included Total eating (per- of oper- or oper-
Amount cent Amount cent nance iedpinr income cent) ating eating
in- in- ceding
crease crease column revenues revenues

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


1957
Total--Roads listed herein, ................... 1956
New England Region: 1957
Boston & Maine ............................. 1956

New York, New Haven & Hartford ...........1957
1956
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson .......................... 1957
195o

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ............. 1957
1956

Erie .. .. 1957
Erie......................................1956

Grand Trunk Western ........................ 1957
1956
Lehigh Valley ............................. 1957
1956
New York Central ........................... 1957
1956
New York, Chicago & St. Louis .............. 1957
1956
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ..................... 1957
1956

Wabash ..................................... 1957
1956
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio ........................... 1957
1956

Bessemer & Lake Erie ....................... 1957
1956

Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ............ 1957
1956

Chicago & Eastern Ill. .................... 1957
.... 1956

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................... 1957
1956

Long Island .............................. 1957
195b
Pennsylvania ...............................1957
1956

Reading .................................... 1957
1956

Western Maryland ........................... 1957
1956
Pocahontas region:
Chesapeake & Ohio .........................1957
1956

Norfolk & Western ..........................1957
1956
Southern Region:
Atlant:c Coast Line ......................... 1957
1956

Central of Georgia................ ........ 1957
1956

Cinn., New Orleans & Texas Pacific ......... 1957
1956

Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ........................1957
1956

Illinois Central ........................... 1957
1956

Louisville & Nashville .....................1957
1956

Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ......... 1957
1956
Seaboard Air Line .......................... 1957
1956
Southern ................................... 1957


Percent increase computed on units of dollarc.
d Decrease or deficit.


205,241
205,729
1,571
1,571
1,762
1,769

771
792
962
962
2,207
2,225

951
951
1,147
1,150
10,613
10,713
2,179
2,178
221
221
2,392
2,393
6,006
6,020
208
208
612
013
862
868
236
236

351
351
9,961
10,006
1,304
1,306
846
846

5,132
5,132
2, 13
2,126
5,292
5,287
1,764
1,764

337
337

2,757
2,757
6,503
6,531
4,731
4,732
1,043
1,043
4,062
4,062
b,28]
6,289


,i678,656
660,186

5,567
5,602
7,093
7,205
4,4i2
4,386

5,902
5,596
12,945
11,921
4,518
4,521

5,158
4,913
47,026
L9,098
13,713
13,453
3,497
3,120
8,849
8,325
34,531
33,631
1,160
1,246
4,313
4,247
2,743
2,543
4,048
3,722
1,072
992
62,708
59,283
10,949
10,144

4,355
4,026


18,616
17,588
11,592
12,015
3,186
3,220
2,858
2,932
6,044
6,257
20,180
19,385
15,783
15,490
2,244
2,500
12,332
11,817
20,687
19,866


2.8



d 1.6



1.7

5.5

8.6




5.0




1.9

12.1

6.3

2.7

d 7.0

1.6

7.9

8.7

8.1

5.8

7.9

8.2




5.8


3.5

S 1.9




d 3.4

4.1

1.9

a 10.2

4.4

4.1


$63,602
62,758

917
861

4,580
4,115

173
166
891
837
700
593
247
229
304
288

8,351
8,789
197
172
72
72
432
418
1,720
1,503


507
473
252
255



3,929
3,933
11,638
11,438
634
604

4
545
527
285
309
1,859
1,963
166
178



392
338
1,968
1,892
915
895
138
162
1,301
1,272
1,465
1,469


1.3


9.1

11.3

4.3

6.5

18.0

7-9

5.4

d 5.0

14.8

d .

3.5

14.5




7.0







-1

1.7

5.1

5.4

3.'3











16.0

4.0

2.2

a 81.o

2.2


(Money
g80 4,217


782,704
7,309
7,229
13,304
12,784
4,774
4,675

7,495
7,099
14,588
13,422
5,146
5,109
5,759
5,505
62,620
64,982
14,311
13,999
3,773
3,447
10,104
9,478

38,338
37,282
1,182
1,266

5,143
5,048
3,239
2,999
4,958
4,511

5,164
5,123
82,174
77,998
12,251
11,448
4,662
4,263
31,545
31,928
19,889
18,807
14,597
1.5,131

3,590
1 653
3,198
3,304
C,930
7,073
24,312
23,571
17,968
17,621
2,732
2,986
14,650
14,154
23,684
22,889


Items in thousands of dollars) *


p


I I I _- I II


4258,071
218,438
1,930
1,892
3,817
4,060
1,398
1,181
1,948
1,776
3,928
3,408
1,663
1,502

1,933
1,615
18,178
16,700
3,913
3,751
1,586
1,433
2,605
2,528
12,137
13,260
821
778
1,514
1,463
907
778
1,042
1,121

1,91l
1,887
26,199
24,448
3,98n
3,500
1,42 2
1,378
9,911l
9,002
7,430
6,895
5,130
5,582
1,248
1,115
1,228
1,308
2,580
2,375
8,529
7,880
6,548
5,977
840
894
4,656
4,494
7,116
7,041


i44,717
42,602
385
357
732
707
231
222
478
459
762
728
148
147
314
305
3,353
3,307
568
525
284
329
512
477
1,513
1,468



270
261
165
161
143
135

257
243
4,4b?7
4,305
668
612
297
268
2,142
1,920
1.152
1,004

773
755
211
190
259
209
958
353
1,171
1,120
1,254
1,069
185
186

819
758
1,260
1,059


6651,025
626,606
6,253
5,767
11,496
11,715
3,483
3,177
6,431
5,977
11,992
10,899
4,647
4,421
5,238
4,701

53,137
52,091
10,402
9,717
3,321
3,019
7,912
7,435
31,664
32,204
1,375
1,267

4,229
3,990
2,546
2,3,8
3,218
3,077
4,900
4,855
70,331
06,437
9,846
8,888

3,327
3,130
23,741
22,295
15,007
14,069
12,200
12,291
3,147
2,931
2,416
2,451
5,792
5,308
19,849
18,666
14,538
13,752
2,293
2,307

10,728
10,124
16,295
15,707


$53,180
57,275
d 4


d 1,273
593
688
422
457
805
863
a_9___99


243
1,810
4,308
1,513
1,699
807
836
728
665
2,835
1,830
163
250

215
337
251
325
406
292



2,766
2,957
1,023
1,107
971
782
4,800
5,467
2,746
2,511

620
915
172
421
495
489
376
607
1,360
1,710
2,236
2,399
164
331
1,988
2,141
3,553
3,496


Statement No. M-150

JANUARY 1957


I


81.0 32.1
80.1 31.7
85.5 26.4
79.8 26.2
86.4 28.7
91.6 31.8
73.0 29.3
68.0 25.3
85.8 26.0
84.2 25.0'
82.2 26.9
81.2 25.4

90.3 32.3
86.5 29.4
91.0 33.6
85.4 29.3
84.9 29.0
80.2 25.7
72.7 27.6
69.4 26.8
88.0 42.0
87.6 41.6
78.3 25.8
78.4 26.7
82.6 31.7
86.4 35.6
116.3 69.4
100.1 61.4
82.2 29.4
79.0 29.0
79.5 28.0
78.3 25.9
64.9 21.0
,,6.2 24.8

96.1 37.1
94.8 36.8
85.6 31.9
85.2 31.3
80.4 32.5
77.6 31.1
71.4 30.9
73.4 32.3
75.3 31.5
69.8 28.4
75.5 37.4
74.8 36.7
83.6 35.1
81.2 36.9
87.7 34.8
80.2 30.5

75.2 38.4
7.2 39:.6
83.6 37.2
75.0 33.6
81.6 35.1
79.2 33.4
80.9 36.4
78.0 33.9
83.9 30.7
77.2 29.9
73.2 31.8
71.5 31.8
68.8 30.0
68.6 30.8














INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


FOP THE HOITH OF JAITnjY, 1957 AlD 1956

miles Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger or Percent Percent
Region, ad, and year operated ------ n Net Oper- maints- trans-
Region, road, and year orat d Depreci- railway eating nance portation
at close fAll action oper- ratio expenses expenses
or onthPer- Per- Total mainte- included Total atng (per- of oper- of oer-
Amount cent Amount cent nance in pre- Income cent) ating ting
crease crease column revenues revenues
_(al_ (b) (c) (d) (e)((g) (h) (i) (J) (k) ( ) (m)

Northwestern Regi on:3 (Money items in thousands of dollars) *
Chicago & North Western .................... 1957 9,332 13,997 1.8 $1,811 6.8 fL7,574 $5,674 $1,352 $15,759 d.Al74 89.7 32 3 48.4
1956 9,381 13,754 1,695 17,225 6,328 1,320 17,0O4 d 221 99.0 36.7 53.5
Chioago'Great Western ...................... 1957 1,470 2,752 .8 5 1.3 2,910 876 164 2,012 *39 69.1 30.1 31.9
1950 1,470 2,730 5 2,896 876 160 1,976 367 68.3 30.2 31.5
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .....1957 10,629 16,501 3.5 1,332 d 4.2 19,803 7,241 1,251 17,644 72 89.1 36.6 4:7
1956 10,641 15,948 1,390 19,212 7,358 1,286 17,621 5 91.7 38:3 44
Duluth, Miseabe & Iron Range ............... 1957 566 284 4.8 2 1-01 1,312 197 2,254 a .92 561.7 327.0 183.7
1956 570 271 -333 1,118 190 1,904 d 571.0 335.4 187.3
Great Northern ............................. 1957 8,285 18,073 4.4 786 1.4 19,976 7,122 1,065 16,292 1,2.4 81.6 35.7 38.3
1956 8,285 17,314 775 19,136 7,169 1,044 15,999 1,087 83.6 37.5 38.9
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie ...1957 3,222 2,785 a 5.8 54 3.3 2,990 1,306 169 2,973 ..l 99.4 13.7 46.7
1956 3,224 2,957 52 3,176 1,;-0 166 2,824 115 88.9 38.4 L3.0
Northern Pacific ...........................7.957 6,832 12,776 2.5 545 d .6 14,.,27 4,624 896 12,492 464 87.2 32.3 44.8
1956 6,865 12,466 565 14,015 4,703 829 12,272 309 87.6 33.6 45.0
Spokane Port and Seattle .................. 1957 945 2,304 d8.5 91 30.6 2,557 866 163 2,022 100 79.1 33.9 37.8
1956 9L7 2,518 82 2,758 769 162 1,896 466 68.8 27.9 35.6
Wisconsin Central ......................... 1957 1,031 2,410 3.3 27 3.7 2,581 833 134 2,279 d 92, 88.3 32.3 47.2
1956 1,042 2,333 29 2,487 704 124 1,992 153 80.1 28.3 43.7
Central Western Region:
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ..........1957 13,172 41,799 5.9 3,393 d 13. 49,395 16,848 2,855 37,667 4,812 76.3 34.1 35.1
1956 13,124 39,466 3,439 17,ono 16,270 2,663 36,030 4,537 76.7 34.6 34.6
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ..............1957 8,799 17,203 5.2 1,596 4.9 20,769 6,388 1,304 16,566 1,776 79.8 30.8 41.3
1956 8,806 16,349 1,521 19,859 5,481 1,263 15,276 2,041 76.9 27.6 41.9
Chicago, Book Island & Pacific .............1957 7,597 13,445 3.5 1,583 11.0 16,469 4,721 835 12,967 1,348 78.7 28.7 40.8
1956 7,597 12,989 1,427 15,765 4,654 810 12,312 1,390 78.1 29.5 39.3
Denver & Rio Grande Western ................1957 2,155 o,095 8.5 235 1.9 0,536 1,661 383 4,322 1,189 66.1 25.', 32.5
1956 2,155 5,617 231 6,049 1,512 381 4,003 1,082 66.2 25.0 32.5
Southern Pacific Co. .......................1957 8,097 35,901 l.1., 2,495 4 3.3 41,016 14,028 2,682 34,139 3,112 83.2 3L.2 41.4
1956 8,124 36,315 2,581 41,110 13,278 2,463 33,502 3,594 81.5 32.3 41.6
Union Pacific ..............................1957 9,786 36,057 7.4 2,255 da2.2 40,900 13,213 2,184 31,522 2,145 77.1 32.3 35.8
1956 9,805 33,586 2,306 38,529 13,065 2,137 30,741 3,907 79.8 33.9 37.0
Western Pacific ............................1957 1,192 3,947 5.0 168 d 4.8 4,201 1,275 279 3,332 438 79.3 30.3 36.1
1956 1,193 3,759 176 4,037 1,374 274 3,348 378 82.9 34.0 36.6
Southwestern Region:
Kansas City Southern .......................1957 891 3,612 7.6 94 d32.6 4,063 791 143 2,263 695 55.7 19.5 30.1
1956 891 3,356 114 3,786 793 137 2,242 624 59.2 20.9 31.2
Louisiana and Arkansas ..................... 1957 746 2,245 3.8 52 d2.7 2,404 513 117 1,389 425 57.8 21.3 29.5
1956 753 2,162 54 2,321 485 111 1,341 460 57.8 20.9 30.2
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................1957 3,18 5,188 3.3 202 A2.2 5,928 2,047 334 5200 4 87.7 3.5 43.2
1956 3,241 5,023 230 5,764 1,607 3 7 4,692 274 81.4 27.9 43.0

Missouri Pacific#...........................1957 9,662 21,975 2.6 1,016 a 2.7 25,189 8,065 1,320 19,574 2,932 77.7 32.0 38.7
1956 9,701 21,418 1,044 24,537 7,909 1,410 18,813 3,278 76.7 32.2 37.9
Texas & Pacific ............................ 1957 1,831 (,132 d.7Z 328 6.9 6,988 2,180 348 5,336 474 76.4 31.2 36.3
1956 1,831 6,178 307 7,004 2,129 342 5,140 746 73.4 30.4 34.7
St. Louis-San Francisco .................... 1957 4,610 8,872 3.9 411 4.3 9,960 3,716 713 8,470 610 85.o0 32.3 42.1
1956 4,610 8,539 394 9,626 3,194 676 8,030 785 83.4 33.2 40.4
St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas .. ....... 1957 155 390 15.1 3 2.6 41( 69 5 278 39 66.8 16.6 40.5
1956 155 339 3 363 86 5 280 3 77.1 23.7 41.9
St. Louis Southwestern ................1957 1,560 5,511 1.9 21 15.0 5,641 1,487 221 3,618 783 64.1 26.4 31.2
1956 1,561 5,410 18 5,594 1,312 184 3,453 920 61.7 23.5 31.5
Texas & New Orleans ........................ 1957 4,297 10,786 4.7 362 dlO.3 11,834 3,587 315 8,811 657 74.5 30.3 36.6
1956 4,315 10,301 0o4 11,341 3,882 321 8,859 674 78.1 34.2 36.0


Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
** Includes returns of Chic.ago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Py. bginnin'; January 1, 1957, under lease.
Includes Atchison, Toneka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; an' P-n'nhandle e- Santa Fe.
# Effective March 1, 1956, the reorganized Missouri Pacific returns include the Beaumont, Sour Lale and Western;
International-Gre:.t Northern; 'lew Orleans, Texas & Mex'co; St. Louis, Bro'wnsvile and Mexico; and San Antonio, Uvalde & Gulf.