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Title: Operating statistics of large railroads
Series Title: Statement ;
Physical Description: v. : ; 28-42 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Accounts
Publisher: U.S. G.P.O.
Place of Publication: Washington, D.C.
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Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Jan. 1957-
Numbering Peculiarities: Compares selected items for the month of the current year with that of the preceding year.
Issuing Body: Issued Jan. 1957-1964 by the U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics; 1965- by the U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Accounts.
General Note: Title from caption.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18605018
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAliililil1Wf /


3 1262 08854 6626 UNIV. OF FL LI


APR 14 1958'3}
INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION EP
Subject to revision BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS U.S. DE GP OTORY Co Statement No. M-200
CALENDAR YEAR 1957

OPERATING STATISTICS OF LARGE RAILROADS-Selected Items for the Month of CALENDAR YEAR 1957 Compared with CALENDAR YEAR 1956

FREIGHT SERVICE E PASSENGER SERVICE
Licomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles (thousands) Number ofnradelcomotives number of freight cars on line Grto s t Gro Ne Net lco- Percent
-per per ton- to- Car- Net Train ti re-. tan Sc- Train dye-
egion, road, and year Per- Pe- trial ur, tralmil, miles miles miles ton-miles mi e r miles Passenger- cars per service- miles miles
ofemad- Pg:-mcentiGrossNet Serviceable U n- TenrPeplenteexcluding per per per per per tiie of train per ,Trail-iles train train in able of per per
of road sles Principal Loaded Empty Per- t ron- Home foreign Total an o t ded oad peer lo.- car-mile t n o-
operated and Light (thou- (thou- cent cent oast- serv- un- Hose ecoigo Totai iccoso- ioeoso- train- cadd car- road hour loom-
helper sands) sands) loaded loaded bound Including Excludng Re n ot ice- erv ties and ties and mile -a day y d eay pol tieo hay
east of locomotives loomotives and non- stored Stored able ice- able tenders tenders mi
total and tenders and tenders venue able trains
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) () (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)
New England egion:1 10,162 1.7 40,186 ,623 1,051 17.3 83 45.5
to &ane ....... ....... 195? 1,560 271,959 2,804,27 3,074 106,433 62435 63. 60.5 51.9 8,057102 7,247,809 2,904,14 76 1 100 .4 530409 4,967,
1956 1,561 2,973,593 3,042,966 127,211 115,941 59,917 65.9 6o.O 51.4 8,496,480 7,636,998 3,111,588 67 C 2:9 1,556 8,975 10,531 2.7 39,190 21576 1,050 26.8 807 45.6 5,445 15.3 142.5 5,880,948 30,331,859 6.7 4.9 33.8 i24
N. Y., Ne H. & Hartford ....1957 1,739 3,096,803 3,096,872 207.453 129,516 71,057 64.6 64.8 50.5 9,478,375 8,482,033 3,435,956 85 11 1.5 2,881 13,463 16,344 .6 43,584 2,739 1,110 26.5 576 33.6 5,413 15.9 116.6 8,963,569 73, 18,5l2 9.4 6. 379 203
1956 1,744 3,215,471 3,216,108 230,865 139,170 67,803 67.2 64.3 50.8 9,768,070 8,764,367 3,579,506 86 12 12.2 2,129 16,209 18,338 2.5 42,34L4 ,726 1,113 25.7 533 30.8 5,608 15.5 121.1 9,225,488 75,235,278 9.5 12.8 37.8 210
aware & Hudson ...........1957 770 2,009868 2,073,663 78930 6,874 5,358 66. 59.6 51.3 8381,341 7,658,751 3,993,700 39 2 49 78834 8,614 5. 65253 3,829 1997 37.4 1,270 510 14210 171 159.6 7 854 5 17
1956 783 2,191,697 2,255,791 80,938 118,716 50,595 70.1 6o.o 51.8 9,008,232 8,230,516 4,316,542 38 1 3 7:1 1,808 6,509 8,317 5.3 64,687 3,773 1,979 36.4 1,418 55.6 15,062 17.2 167.6 803,445 55181119
De.., Lack. & ester......1957 3,057126 3,6,319 246,087. 6& e7,97 67.4 61.2 50.6 I0,394,362 9,265,134 3,95,007 62 2 31 5 1,8 16200 412 081315 28.2 78 35.2 11,586 17.9 161 6 3,8 61, 2 26,88,5 4.3 33. 25
1956 962 3,580,311 3,737,049 316,915 153,385 69,512 68.8 60.6 49.3 11,174,021 10,087,374 4,442,619 62 131.642 59 2.7,22939-3
9b8 2 2,9 9,1978....... .9 154 321263
Erle ...... 1957 2,207 6,892,738 6,94,261 185,571 375,257 184,619 67.0 64.0 49.3 26,34,786 23,829,995 9,371,987 171 1 .6 8,464 18969o 27,154 3.2 70,077 3,487 1,371 25.0 946 56.5 11,634 20.3 126.8 3,896,509 30,421,1 7.8 i.6 39.2 170
1956 2,218 7,196,794 7,274,909 239,335 399,774 183,383 68.6 64.4 49.4 27, 188 24,835,203 10,011,262 166 3 1.8 6,o76 20:656 26,732 2.7 67,139 3,485 1,405 25.0 1,023 59.6 12,332 19.5 135.2 3,934,346 32,735,957 8.3 i.6 39.3 171
........................ :og1 0:,2
Grand Trunk Westero 1957 951 2,786,172 2893,153 22,118 90,729 62,179 59.3 60.8 51.0 7,251,072 6,533,572 2,549,603 53 11 18 22.0 4,993 7,914 12,907 6.8 50,379 2,361 921 28.1 541 32.5 7,345 21.5 105.9 1,140,065 10,545,849
1956 951 3,417,906 3:494,173 26,040 105,255 71,957 39.4 62.5 50.0 8,527,888 7,681,523 3,136,271 57 18 24.0 4,046 9,395 13,441 7.5 48,814 2,271 927 29.8 638 36.0 9,0ll 21.7 138.5 1,153,536 10,861,291 9352
1957 1,131 2,613,862 2,650,180 66,592 114,798 63,454 64.4 66.0 52.2 8,771,036 7,973,005 3,616,704 32 2 5.9 4,270 9,716 1i,986 5.0 67,572 3,081 1,398 31.5 708 349 8,746 22.2 2 8.7 1,353,050 10,409,790 8.1 14.3 44.2 521

New Cork Central ......... 1957 0,50 25,942,269 26,219,537 ,224313 1,079,493 782,32 58.0 64.9 500 88,021,375 80,185,378 34,96058 477 9 35 6 55,713 8385 139567 3.2 51861 3133 1366 32. 686 36.5 9,062 168 13,5 26,61,488 288755,981 39 287
... 1956 10,573 29,072,225 29,523,99, 383,986 1,188,952781,0 60.4 63.:7 4 8.0 94,507,974 86,588,990 38,587,699 539 1 70 11.3 49,516 95,58 15100 3.0 50,264 3,034 1,352 32.5 727 37. 9,972 16.9 15.6 29,495,029 325,902,187 7 38.9 28
225. 1 239 3,, o 39,38 62. 0 1,92 ,.9 16,2 44 17.2 i2.0 1, 185,29 8,907,641 2 :1. 1X 39 :.3 225

Pitta. & Lake Erie ..........1957 221 757,601 57,655 32,186 17,172 65.2 39.5 50.4 3,023,171 2,822,073 1,735,837 14 1 6.7 453 8218 12748 .5 56,969 373 2299 53.9 73 10.6 21,519 15.3 1516 267,850 1,421,789 3 39. 112
1956 221 787,712 780,460 34,454 17,810 65.9 38.0 51.1 3,185,483 2,984,727 1,832,792 14 - 2,970 8,759 11,729 4.8 57,521 3,815 2,343 53.2 27 122 22,659 152 17.9 336,445 2029
Wabash........................ 1957 2,379 6,194,630 6,209,607 71,499 271,560 155,312 63.6 52.7 49.0 19,996,381 18,376,405 7,179,064 i 2 .8 9,313 10,509 19, 822 4.4 64 588 2,977 1,163 26.4 992 59.0 8,268 21.8 161.3 2,658,565 22,324.,825 8.4 42.2 415
1956 2,381 6,219,597 6,243,577 72,682 280,884 146,752 65.7 54.6 49.0 20,227,779 18,615,773 7,394,829 108 2 1.8 8,811 10,524 19,335 4.7 65:248 3,806 1,194 26.3 1,045 60.4 8,486 21.8 165.8 2,661,344 22,878,532 8.6 -2.2 414
Baltimore & Ohio .....1957 5,891 18,412,226 20,361 2 707,360 750,199485,283 60.7 60.1 51.2 67,495,652 61,103,781 29,622,32 466 18 72 12.9 49,426 48,33 97,759 59 51,378 3,375 16365 830 34.6 1,776 15.5 114.o 8,638,760 384,2 1 3
1956 5,909 19,899,903 22,247,2482,079,065 784,679 450,558 62.0 61.4 51.3 71,359,219 64,333,465 31,527,954 459 8 81 14.8 45,:464 52,524 97,988 4.9 49,958 3,293 1,614 .2 879 35.3 14, 578 15.5 127.3 9,401,716 84,307,297 9.3 10.2 42.3
Bessemer & Lake Erie........1957 208 600,113 639,903 2,060 27,679 17,519 61.2 27.3 513 3,496,001 3244,210 2,100,235 15 1 - ,391 908 6,299 8.4 95,057 5,608 3,631 75.9 913 19.7 27,664 17.6 123. 1 39 14,57 10.5 20.8 -
1956 208 591,817 621,052 1,817 27,786 17,946 60.8 28.2 51.9 3,468,228 3,209,906 2,052,50 15 1 4552 1,211 5,7?63 9.3 88,927 5,648 3,612 73.9 973 21.7 26,962 16.419. 1,26 10,22 8.1 23.4 -
1956 612 1,559,151 1,573,767 78,631 60,928 31,017 66.3 67.1 52.6 5,021,645 4,603,104 2,445,712 65 3 4.4 2,280 10,917 13,197 6.8 42,372 3,083 1,638 40.1 506 19.0 10,919 14.4 92.7 2,122,425 13,001,47 6.5 z.6 30.2 143
hca & EsterIll. ......1957 862 1,47,793 1,447,793 39,491 6,324 35847 64.2 554 49.1 5,109,705 474,549 2, 18,943 27 3 10.0 2,96 3,437 6,233 10.6 59,9 3,29 1,611 36.1 1,019 44.o 7,370 18.1 141.0 1,158,851 0,487,277 104 42.8 31
Chcao7 Eas ter 21 94. 1, 6 7: 3, 4 2 2 5 6 1 1 224,388 611,224, 0.
.... 1956 868 1,492,337 92,337 32,922 65,731 33,946 65.9 576 49.2 5,195,86 3 .7 7 2, 2,530 28 2 2,12 3,03 6 015 8.0 55,9 3,2 161 7 36.6 1,091 45.3 ,563173 3
7......... .77 44.5 210 7.7 15 6 5 8.4 86.1 x
Elgin, Joliet & Easter / 195 236 ,30,77 1,038,428 30,231 19,222 61.1 47.3 52.9 2,735,041 2,554,44 1,345 ,086 38 1 4 9.3 ,313 10,270 17,3 5.4 20,66 2,616 4.1 1
"1956 236 1,088,140io 1,096,272 48 33,725 20,328 62.4 48.1 52.3 2,990,602 2,796,740 1,509,651 36 2 2 5.0 6,457 10,952 17,409 4.9 20,662 2,701 1,44.8 237 8.5 17,478 8.0 98,2
Long Island........... 1957 345 274,270 274,270 82,816 2,829 2,524 52.8 84.7 49. 264,178 213,42 93,428 12 3,355 3,355 .5 5,919 802 3g 33.0 76 4.4 742 7.6 126.6 6 290,745 46,488,5 6. 5. 28.2 1
1956 345. 280,974 289,478 85,805 3,137 2,721 53.6 8L.5 49.8 280,168 231,466 98,453 11 1 8.3 3,902 3,902 .3 5,777 846 331.4 69 4.1 780 7.0 135.6 6.495,656 48,203,841 7.0 5.0 27,7 133
Pennsylvania Systes........1957 9.911 34,959,898 37,259,295 ,744,479 1,461,646 852,028 63.2 58.5 50.0 121,239,859 100-24,.147 51,679,227 829 41 19 18.4 101,304 92,833 194,137 8.9 53.685 3,220 1,519 35.4 729 32.7 14,286 17.1 1.9 26,350,012 321,136,731 13.5 .8 43.1 25
-1956 9,893 36,482,731 38,976,1312,954,548 1,558,549 818,696 65.6 58.2 49.7 125,602,434 113,602,675 54,491,486 841 13 326 27.6 99,253 94,374 193,627 6.8 52,934 3,202 1,536 35.0 769 33.5 15,049 17.0 106.2 28,702,134 354,6o6,0,6 13.6 20.7 43.7 232
eding1957 1,3 4187,665 4,214,872 145,425 157,678 103,673 60.3 72.8 51. 14,41,95 13,322,498 ,055,65 165 13 6. 13,389 2,391 33,780 3.6 51,162 3,181 1,685 52 21.2 14,85 16.1 72.6 3,356,241 16377,78 6.8 13.2 33.?
......... 0 43,655 4,35,689 151,72 17,938 96,348 6. 2.9 53. 1 14,997,322 13,95,297 7,608,838 162 4 23 12.2 10,263 22,748 33,011 3.4 49,655 3,212 1,752 44.5 630 22.1 15,93 15.5 78.2 3,347,773 16,881,311 .1 22.0 33.0
Western Maryland... 1957 846 1 ,997,543 2,067,587 109.948 80,547 49,787 61.8 75.8 52.4 7,826,915 7,045,001 4,008,406 50 - 5,485 3,829 9,314 2.4 51,921 3,620 2,060 49.8 1,179 38.3 12,981 14.7 13.9 103, 461 238,666 2." 21.9 287
.1956 84 2060,982 2,150,515 129,648 83,517 49,798 62.6 75.2 51.7 7 ,879,524 ,113,651 4,028,348 41 - 4,301 5,081 9,382 2.8 48,875 3,526 1,997 48.2 1,173 38.8 13,010 14.2 166.7 180:,726 430.830 23.9 249
Chesapeake & Ohio ... 1957 5,06? 18,060,265 18,128,866 352,760 807,710 664,945 54.8 56.4 49.4 79,545,214 73,850,255 41,053,593 598 7 69 18.2 58.824 31,741 90,565 .8 78,002 4,1142,285. 242 44.5 22,19819. 3, 31,161,,64 9.5 3.2 36.7 2
1956 5,067 19,011,983 19,281,427 552,091 812,425 625,111 56.5 54.2 49.4 77,905,309 72,270,939 40,332,121 510 16 91 14.7 48,802 33,109 81,911 1.1 71,959 3,828 2,136 49.6 1,345 48.0 21,748 18.9 94.3 3,518,149 32,068,
Norfolk & Western ........... 1957 2,110 8,881,346 9,610,710 768,392 453,859 354,176 56.2 6o.4 49.8 48,717,631 44,053,003 24,267,042 236 14 14 5.3 39,096 10,424 49,520 1.1 87,492 5,092 2,80 53.53 1,;43 44.7 31,509 17.6 i16.7 2,633,504 22,045,
1956 2.107 9,219,260 9,930,643 845,799 448,652 320,932 58.3 57.8 50.4 47,591,124 42,488,622 23,529,619 225 4 18 7.3 33,60? 10,444 44,051 1.2 79,182 4,738 2,624 52.4 1,459 47.7 30,512 17.2 129.0 2:699,054 23,831,530 8.8 2.8 37.0 212
otlanthro a stLion: ......... 1957 5 ,283 8,861,297 8,861,382 107,670 288,469 212,699 57.6 53.1 50.0 24,822,119 21,975,667 9,664,507 124 9 3 2.2 21,024 lNO2 38.96 N 46136 2,489 1,o09 33.5 6013.85 18. 2 00.
1956 5280 10,276,568 10,276,621 117,612 317,302221,104 58.9 54.7 50.5 26,929,158 23,838,435 10,604,817 189 7 3:6 17,649 1 031 35, 6805 4434 2330 103 33 81 12 5,488 192 197 6,128,464 ,47,689 12.6 2.1 43. 360
Central of Georgia...........1957 1,730 2.242.252 2,242,252 22,754 91,565 47,167 66.0o 54. 51.2 7,325,570 6,603,562 3,211,841 34 2 5.6 2,873 5,989 8.862 3:1,51,913 2,951 1,435.3.:1 993 429 5,086 17.6 189.8 1,174,444 10,396,286 9.7-43
1956 1,731 2,435,360 2,435,437 24,115 95,959 45,621 67.8 53. 50.8 7,475,688 6,741,612 3,280,268 34 1 2.9 2,326 6,859 9,185 3.448563 2,774 1,350 342 976 42,1 5,178 17.5 211.0 1:121,41 11,117,0
Clan. Ne. Orleans & T.P.....1957 334 1,592,148 1,592,148 8,427 100,024 57,627 63.4 45.6 50.3 7,161,058 6,442,636 2,700,334 24 5 17.2 31 4,894 5,875 1.9 93,695 4,o66 1,70 2 7 1:,4 83.5 22,150 23.2 157O.2680,87870,7
1956 336 1,707,350 1,707,350 9,732 110,406 48,959 69.3 40.5 52.0 7,444,283 6,719,177 2,933,994 46 2 4.2 327 n3.91203,953 1,72 2 8.02 1,713 93.0 23,858 23.2 101.8 693,4648630,
Floria.East Coast. 1957 571 1,57,669 1,507,669 L14 46,954 41,520 53.1 33.3 h9,9 4,018,971 3,667,903 1,301,644 53 4 7.0 445 4,246 4,691 .6 39,791 2,443 867 27.7 760 51.7 6,245 16.4 82.0 1,371,554 19,641,432 14.3 11.5 39.3 145
..........s1956 571 1,463,774 1,863,774 182 47,227 41,307 53.3 37.0 50.3 4:,031,539 3,666,928 1,273,801 48 2 4.0 275 4,110 4,385 .4 39,944 2,514 873 27.0 794 55.2 6,095 15.9 91.2 1,387,473 20,257,608 i4.6 11.1 39.6 140
ulf, Sobile & Ohio 1957 2,717 3,223,607 3,223,607 2,329 180,500 88,937 67.0 52.8 50.9 13,860,494 12,680,455 6,061,906 85 6 6.6 6,005 10,047 16,052 6.9 75,7713,937 1,8882 33.6 1,035 46.0 6,113 19.3 105.3 1,768,725 15,975,76 10.0 11.1 42.92
1956 2,717 3,292,099 3,292,099 3,720 186,O03 82,545 69.3 54.7 51.3 13,819,927 12,641,235 6,081,159 84 7 7-7 4,723 10,640 15,363 5.6 73,506 3, 32.7 1,082 47.8 6,115 19.1 107.6 1,773,346 16,371,94 10.310.5 42.9
1 3424,7,5 13,424,560 374,210 567,66372,79 60.4 55. 50.5 46,077,134 42,395,574 19,446,816 258 55 59 15.9 26,950 24,296 51,246 2.3 55,077 3,192 1,464 34.3 1,o40 50.3 8,196 17.4 110.4 7,701,566 72.224.
llno7s49entr9l..........15719546,5012,1'41 ?605 57.4 50.7 48,553,878 4,549,389 20,948,843 324 112 25.3 23,396 27,466 50,862 2.0 52,105 3,114 1:,64 34.7 1,125 51.9 8,783 17.0 o0.4 7,970,556 77,187,204 11.4 12.2 38.8
Louisville & Nashville 6/ 1957 5,689 12,439.022 12 490,9? 220,184 446,172 288,450 60. 7 56.3 49.9 37,665,340 34,254,547 17,163,356 173 7 3.9 31,953 18,580 50,533 4.9 50,167 2,760 1,383 38.5 931 39. 8,266 18.2 211.1 6,640,930 65,616,817 9.9 3.9 39.9
1956 5,698 12,826,157 12,926.040 243,519 468,520 270,499 63.4 57.0 50.0 38,311,451 34,828,278 17,645,511 228 14 24 9.0 29,587 19,008 48,595 3.8 48,625 2,? 1,379 37.7 992 41,6'8,461 17.9 147.4 6,825,273 69,632,245 10.2 3.3 39.6 315


j/No passenger-train service.
V/ Includes operations of Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Ry. Co. merged Into Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. on August 30, 1957


















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




OPERATING STATISTICS OF LARGE RAILROADS-Selected Items for the Month of CALENDAR YEAR 1957 Compared with CALENDAR YEAR 1956


Region, road, and year




(1)


Seaboard Air Line........... 1957
1956

Southern ................... 1957
1956
Northwestern region:
Chi. & North Western !/....... 1957
1956

Ohicago Great Western ....... 1957
1956

Chl.,Milw..St.P.& Paclfic ... 1957
1956

Duluth, aissabe & Iron change. 1957
1956

Great Northern .............. 1957
1956

Minneapollas,St.P.& S.St..Marle1957
1956

Northern Pacific ............ 1957
1956

Spokane, Portland & Seattle 1957
1956
Central Western Region:
Atch., Too. & S. Fe (incl. 1957
G.C.& S.F. and P.& S.F.)- 1956

OCh.., Burl. & Quincy ........1957
1956

Ch. Rock I. & Pacific ..... 1957
1956

Denver & R. G. Western ...... 1957
1956

Southern Pacific ........... 1957
1956

Union Pacific .............. 1957
1956

Western Pacific ............. 1957
1956
Southwestern Seglon:
Kansas City Southern ....... 1957
1956

Louisiana & Arkansas 1...... 1957
1956

Mo.- Kana.- Texas Lines ..1957
1956

Missouri Pacific ............ 1957
1956

Texas & Pacific ............. 1957
1956

St. Louis-San Francisco ....1957
1956

St. Louls-San.Fran. & Texas .1957
1956

St. LouIs Southwestern Lines. 1957
1956

Texas 8. hew Orleans ......... 19057
1956


FREIGHT SERVICE E


PASSENGER SERVICE


_____ _____ 1 T 8 1 I S 85 T 1 1 1 3 3 T 3 1
Number of road looomotlvem
TraIn- Number of freIght oara on llae
Groce
Gross
Set
Net
Faa-
Loooao- semger- toooao-
Peroent


Miles
of road
operated


(2)


4,050
4,051

6,251
6,258
9,261
9,327
1,437
1,437
10,603
10,629
566
569
8,275
8,273
4,169
4,171
6,534
6:566

944
946

13,172
13,129


8,743
8,770
7,590
7,580
2,155
2,155

8,036
8,050
9,786
9,799
1,190
1,190
886
886
746
747
3,153
3,224

9,647
9,688
1,822
1,822
4,571
4,573
153
154
1,554
1,554
4,278
4,294


Train-
miles



(3)


7,731,783
7,862,026
10,187,698
10,781,745

10,364,450
10,225,811

1,597,745
1,618,557
11,020,786
11,829,770

1,223,631
1,175,415
12,936,504
14,196,603

5,019,997
4,931,008

9,414,264
10,281,831

1,651,257
1,756,724

28,937,924
29,546,844


12,595,643
13,168,976
11,416,899
11,354,278
3,639,430
3,693,441
24,461,638
26,412,275
26,144,634
28,072,653
2,784,026
2,927,262
1,624,266
1,774,037
977,461
1,177,160
3,245,970
4,089,082

13,764,458
15,029,982

3,421,607
3,578,173
7,181,302
7,602,648

206,932
230,:401
3,850,292
4,008,163

7,464,331
8,262,355


Locomotive-miles


Prlncilal
and
helper

(4)


7,731,783
7,862,026
10,188,866
10,782,525

10,366,500
10,246,933
1,597,745
1,618,557
11,186,646
12,021,808
1,226,517
1,182,772
12,984,654
14,273,732

5,039,258
4,958,942

9,537,327
10,469,922

1,651,257
1,759,218

30,556,503
30,847,598


12,545,343
13,115,753
11,426,266
11,322,143
3,908,761
3,975,073
25,420,831
27,599,025
26,784,520
28,750,918
3,000,333
3,118,119

1,624,506
1,774,270
977,492
1,177,160

3,245,990
4,089,082

13,764,458
15,029,982
3,421,607
3,578,173
7,181,302
7,605,908
206,932
230,401

3,850,599
4,008,459

7,4'64,331
8,262.355


-4- +


22,275
24,186

118,038
146,229
109,.536
136,962
2,372
2,345
207,013
226,174
8,679
13,861

318,723
450,022

22,004
27,628
208,674
284,145

15,358
16,611

618,124
741,250


201,232
319,103
28,579
18,821

390,303
403,460
,387,539
,869,579

3,62,760
212,992
150,528
160,567
2,580
3,073
651
1.596
33,422
44,289

108,696
128,445
53,436
49,067
68,443
71,.64



18,252
19,056
8,207
20,474


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Car-mialles


Loaded Empty Per- Per-
(thou- (thou- cent cent
sands) sands) loaded loaded
east

(6) (7) (8) (9)

290,435 194,927 59.8 54.4
305,674 180,772 62.8 55.7
475,622 204,426 65.1 55.8
515,039 250,767 67.3 56.8
374,766 239,924 61.0 62.2
422,450 223,573 65.4 60.0

90,331 44,975 66.8 54.4
96,008 41,133 70.0 56.8
486,134 293,519 62.4 59.3
525,495 291,458 64.3 58.3
54,719 53,117 50.7 6.4
50,696 48,797 51.0 7.9

513.010 265,155 65.9 63.2
561,886 279,727 66.8 62.5
162,786 92,687 63.7 62.2
174,747 94,077 65.0 61.8

394,037 208,485 65.4 61.5
431,009 220,348 66.2 60.9

70,325 26,542 72.6 56.3
76,647 26,430 74.4 j 57.2
i
1,341,482 800,957 62.6 44.9
1,364,530 751,239 64.5 46.0o


514,806 307,523 64.3 56.4
596,129 289,884 67.3 56.6
448,126 292,304 60.5 52.3
448,880 267,076 62.7 54.7

178,761 75,419 70.3 54.1
184,033 74,792 71.1 55.0
1,146,198 658,637 63.5 52.9
1,215,594 680,408 64.1 53.2
1,238,148 702,559 63.8 56.6
1,300,755 697,874 65.1 55.9
128,237 59,038 68.5 43.8
134,200 57,990 69.8 43.1
94,819 49,593 65.7 48.9
103,379 48,377 68.1 50.6
47,210 27,633 63.1 38.6
52,553 28,750 64.6 39.2
148,406 87,272 63.0 34.4
175,146 95,725 64.7 36.2

631,503' 370,505 63.0 48.3
667,273 366,343 64.6 49.4
166,140 104,465 61.4 53.2
176,653 102,846 63.2 52.5
285,469 146,429 66.1 43.8
303,h47 147,552 67.2 46.0
6,700 4,169 61.6 31.2
7,212 3,939 64.7 33.3
178,613 81,510 68.7 .5
188,741 77,612 70.9 .6
322,026 184,005 63.6 52.3
342,584 188,881 64.5 52.0


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Ton-mllee thousandss)


Including
locomotlves
and tenders
(11)

24,384,602
24,819,679
36,133,130
38,149,803
30,903,333
32,402,373

7,025,955
7,197,826
37,793,732
39,902,683
6,299,399
5,596,961
41,838,361
45,410,826

13,662,563
14,292,244
30,470,686
33,042,904

5,184,042
5,684,133

105,904,759
104,659,943


42,263,383
44,240,792

36,143,641
35,160,231
14,346,399
14,423,880
89,170,235
94,123,335

95,088,517
97,804,304
9,657,856
10,004,989
7,714,868
8,175,720
4,038,340
4,412,218

11,368,670
12,969,374

49,579,724
51,397,601
13,656,093
14,180,371

21,973,478
22,845,858
561,768
582,641
12,531,271
13,057,252
25,361,590
26,523,132


ss Net

Excluding Revenue
locomotives and non-
and tenders revenue
(12) (13)

21,863,440o 9,737,414
22,251,152 10O,144,341

32,243,949 14,848,714
34,047,621 15,798,299

28,128,515 1l.606I00
29,702,722 I, ''

6,278,605 2,925,134
6.h42,774 3,021,525
34,236,747 15,079,235
36,203,655 16,155,912
5,812,344 3,51,252
5,150,926 3,053,669

37,723.L446 18,242,558
41,085,627 20,095,853
11,451,540 5,246,882
12,084,974 5,570,721

27,358,069 12,258,133
29,648,747 13,342,600
4,688,311 2,257,146
5,163,226 2,540,o60]
93,814,353 35,083,155
92,785,606 35,285,61]


16,261,779
17,340,107

13,837,008
13,536,479
5,957,001
5,966,493

32,008,066
34,016,770

35,241,448
36,280,538
3,726,592
3,014,601

3,180,445
3,417,515
1,743,414
1,902,939
4:125,O1
b,804, 372


20,973:64
4,682,12(
5,004,472
8,872,356
9,271,273
223,98h
230,77C

5,067,027
5,310,002

10,026,171
10,468,82(


Number of road locomotives
on line


Un-
serv-
ice-
able

(16)


Serviceable


Not
stored
(14)

148
142
184
226
177
185

30
30
284
284
51
56

238
266
84
84

234
240

53
54
569
548


Foreign


(19)


14,665
16,606

25,017
25,182

29,950
37,770
4,377
4,248
29,318
33,138
826
867
20,338
23,202
8,606
9,416
16,505
19,004
4,336
4,378

35,115
36,419


22,828
24,217
23,608
21,464
6,750
7,182
40,650
46,423
32,564
34,835
3,320
4,690

5350
6,046
3,486
3,661
6,581
7,398

25,428
30,513
6,067
6,663
11,608
12,432
440
443
4,483
4,975
15,512
16,743


Total


(20)


29,180
28,159
42, 257
40,442

51,455
55,074
6,434
5,735
61,390
61,697
1I 517
14,578
44,013
44,723

15,133
15,563
35,855
37,006
5,811
5,632
92,414
88,949


43,334
422,796
37, 408
33,096
13,839
14,461

72,070
76,041
64,694
64,190
5,804
,885

7,4556
7,430
5,343
5,178
11,277
11,234

46,913
50,719
9,411
9,339
23,696
24, 068
h44
443

6,698
6,860
21,822
21,941


14,515
11,553
17,240
15, 260

21,505
17,309
2,057
1,487

32,072
28,559
13,691
13,711

23,675
21,521

6,527
6,147

19,350
18,002

1,475
1,254
57,299
52,530


20,506
18,579
13,800
11,632
7,089
7,279
31,420
29,618
32,130
29,355
2,484
2,195
2,106
1,384

1,857
1,517
4,696
3,836

21,485
20,206
3,344
2,676
12,088
11,636



2,215
1,885
6,310
5,198


Number of freight cars on line


Percent
un-
service-
able
(21)


ton-miles
per
train-hour,
excluding
locomo-
tivee and
tenders

(22)


5390 01 6,I 19.1 & I


53,995
52,329
53,194
54,014
48,251
49,201

73,262
75,889
59,780
58,328

85,912
7 ,513
56,909
55,541
48,703
50,565
58,719
56,547

42,594
75,384
73,146


63,813
63,101

58,856
57,797
63,313
63,655
66,1o6
61,735
83.742
78,956

75,172
75,258
87,088
86,289
74,320
68,141
58,782
60,240

68,046
64,932
77,079
77,212

56,109lo
54,624
''1,*95

4l0,95
64,642
61,198
64,222
59,531


ton-miles
per
train-mile,
excluding
Slocomo-
tilves and
tender.
(23)


Net
ton-
miles
ver
mile
( 2u)


1,285
1,317
1, 46j
1I,a63
1,471

1,136
1,273
1,834
1,869
1,373
1,370
3,027
2,768
1,429
1,436

1,050
1,138
1,306
1,303
1,377
1,456

1,214
1,198


1,294
1,319
1,216
1,195
1,642
1,620

1,325
1,304
1,358
1,303
1,347
1,347
1,967
1,935
1,788
1,619
1,277
1,200

1,468
1,404
1,37
1:401

1,240
1,224

1,084
1,005
1,318
1,328
1,351
1,275


Net
ton-
milee
per
loaded
car-
mile
(25)


33.5
33.2
31.2
30.7
31.1
30.3
32.4
31.5
31.0
30.7
64.2
60.2

35.6
35.8
32.2
31.9
31.1
31.0
32.1
33.1
26.2
25.9


29.3
29.1
30.9
30.2
33.3
32.4

27.9
28.0
28.5
27.9
29.1
29.2
33.5
33.1
36.9
36.2

27.8
27.9

31.9
31.4
28.2
28.3

31.1
30.6

33.4
32.0
28.4
2B.1
31.1
30.6


984
963
1,067

621
636

1,246
1,440
673
715
663
572
1,136
1,228
950
978
937
985
1,064
1,233
1,040
1,084


1,028
1,107
1,013
1,118

1,179
1,127
1,217
1,222
1,492
1,544
1,759
1,553
1,169
1,257
894
1,004
1,002
1,190

1,177
1,130
1,363
1,464

1,026
1,052
1,35
1,423

2,073
2,115
1,259
1,304


Net
ton-miles
per mile of
road per
day

(28)


6,587
6,842
6,508
6,898

3,449
3,754

5,577
5,745
3,896
4,153

17,011
14,663
6,04o
6,637
3,448
3,649
5,140O
5,552.
6,551
7,338
7,297
7,343


5,096
5,402
4,995
4,879

7,573
7,565
10,913
11,546
9,866
10,116
8,580
8,988

5,835
10,539
6,403
6,960

3,584
4,148

5,722
5,913
7,040
7,505
5,318
5,539
4,011
4,094

8,933
9,336
6,421
6,661


Train
miles per
train
hour


(29)


19.1
18.5

16.8
17.1
17.8
16.9

18.6
19.1
19.2
19.1
18.1
17.0

19.5
19.2
21.3
20.6

20.2
19.6
14.6
14.5

23.3
23.3


21.2
21.0

20.1
20.4

18.6
18.8
20.4
19.5
25.8
25.4
24.7?
25.1
20.3
20.7
19.5
19.8
18.7
21.3

20.7
20.8
21.5
21.6

20.7
20.4

17.5
18.8

22.0
20.6

21.1
20.6


Locomo-
tive-
miles
per
looomo-
tive-
day

(30)


165.2
145.6

182.3
185.1
138.4
130.1

99.3
108.0
146.1
143.6

196.7
197.6
193.4
216.2
172.6
218.1
123.7
140.5

109.6
116.9
229.4
178.6

205.2
209.5
295.9
327.5
205.1
210.2
157.2
173.7


Train-miles



(31)


5,562,575
5,690,078
7,034,036
7,411,851
8,115,183
9,205,848
611,431
736,024
7,954,283
8,924,701
165,719
105,102
6,469,126
6,608,840
2,142,474
2,167,224
5,363,138
5,400,449

727,817
719,409

19,957,778
21,106,934


11,431,772
11,969,0o66
8,908,662
8,963,584
1,664,904
1,686,481

9,965,985
10,392,94
12,407,012
13,214,933
995,677
998,770
1,398,544
1,402,346

542,754
549,935
2,183,966
2,445,673

7,421,126
7,608,216
2,356,042
2,357,586

3,575,834
3,691,837

77,552
78,546
406,185
471,765
2,107,790
2,208,313


PasBenger-
traln
car-miles


(32)


60,742,"88
62,056,406
70,414,731
76,260,597
63,614,157
71,324,164
3,376,483
3,404,695
75,617,209
87,035,931
195,294
115,271
64,704,980
65,518,101l

12,232,177
12,723,855
48,165,890
48,990,048

5,867,783
5,728,173
234,812,734
248,983,554


98,426,097
103,225,770
72,574,192
74,545,996
14,087,188
14,371,o069
132,801,839
144,347,361
162,893,349
171.,132,707
8,956,813
9,113,309
8,802,424
9,026,997

3,150,959
3,381,849
18,191,067
22,129,612

64,669,528
66,146,178
26,921,951
27,600,443
28,016,056
30,382,709
370,956
373,650
2,233,688
2,949,880
22,629,546
27,068,045


Pas-
senger-
train
cars per
train in
locomo-
tive pro-
pelled
trains
(33)


Percent
un-
Bervlce-
able of
total
locomo-
tives

(34)


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Locomo-
tive-


locoo-

(36)


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37,836,558
39,571,187
33,113,401
32,177,541
12,O402,407
12,499,517
79,346,782
83,657,970
84,895,829
87,393,004
8,485,380
8,777,519
6,980,372
7,410,366
3,721,282
4,054,064

10,183,019
11,571?.777

45,214,802
46,872,526

12,294,959
12,802,951
19,445,278
20,361,537
489,931
503,075
11,335,275
11,878,827
22,766,773
23,870,708


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