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Operating statistics of large railroads
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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Accounts
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Jan. 1957-
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Compares selected items for the month of the current year with that of the preceding year.
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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.
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University of Florida
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region, road, d ay


New England Region:
Doeton & HMe.. 1959
on L atn.&e ..............19589

Maine Central...............1959
1958

N. Y., New H. & Hartford ....1959
1958
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware Hudson ............1959
1958
Del., Lack. & Western ......1959
1958

Erie ............1959
1958

Orend Trunk Western .........1959
1958

Lehigh Valley ............... 1959
1958

New York Central ............1959
1958
New York, Chi. & St. Louis ..1959
1958
Pitts. & Lake Erie..........1959
1958
Wabash ................... 1959
1958
Central Eastern Region:
BaltImore & Ohio .......... 1959
1958
Bessemer & Lake Erie ........1959
1958
Central BR Co. of New Jersey.1959
1958
Chicago & Eastern Ill .......1959
1958
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern I/...1959
1958
Long Island ..................1959
1958
Pennsylvania System .........1959
1958
Reading ....................1959
1958
Western MarylOand I.........1959
1958
Pocahontas Heglon:
Cheanpeeke & Ohio ......... 1959
1958
Norfolk & Western .......... 1959
1958
Rich. Fred., & Potomac .... 1959
1958
Virginan] n/ ................ 1959
1958
Southern Region;
Atlontia Coast Line ........1959
1958
Central of Georgia ......... 1959
1958
Cinn. NePw Orleans & T.P. ... 1959
1958
Florida Eant Coast ......... 1959
1958


(2)


1,546
1,559



1,739
1,739
764
764
941
922

2,233
2,207

951
951
1,114
1,118
10,333
10,447

2,155
2,155
221
221
2,379
2,379
5,802
5,830
203
203

597
600
863
863
205
236

348
3 5
9,865
9,885
1,302
1,302
844
844
5,060
5,066
2,116
2,116
110
110
608
608
5,258
5,296
1,712
1,730

334
334
572
571


210,703
219,377
82,247
84,505
244,772
252,078
142,857
160,182
221,120
247,572
537,361
544,636
202,640
185,183
186,448
198,412

1,907,479
2,027,847
528,049
582,689
24,152
54,901
424,684
514,991
1,262,583
1,303,790
18,743
50,629
108,192
111,678
110,961
132,876
35,126
58,828
22,314
25,256
2,370,662
2,681,786

247,835
285,699

106,631
151,103
1,095,620
1,236,404
541,993
635,854
35,093
31,197
135,220
146,068

648,939
632,846
191,277
193,534
127,000
123,415
86,722
95,517


c. ZZi'sT


211,143
219,737
82,247
84,505
244,782
252,078
144,946
162,736
226,188
251,210
540,290
546,823
202,821
185,633
188,570
201,345

1,917,966
2,039,652
528,049
582,689
24,152
54,901
425,018
515,507
1,348,846
1,400,169

18,548
51.039
109,455
113,070
110,961
132,876

35,957
59,127
22,314
25,256
2,471,327
2,823,495

248,543
286,951

109,187
157,366
1,097,735
1,240,013

559,892
672,385
35,093
31,197
137,446
148,453
648,939
632,846
191, 277
193,534
127,000
123,415
86,722
95,517


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


IIII11III IIIII 11111 If l | INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3 1262 08854 6931 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


OPERATING STATISTICS OF LARGE RAILROADS-Selected Items for the Month of OCTOBER 1959 Compared with OCTOBER 1958


UNIV. OF FL LIS.

DOCLU' TS DEPT.








S U.S. DEPO riTOcRY


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FREIGHT SERVICE


I I I 1 1 F 9 C F F I T 2-- ---


(3)


Locomotive-miles


Principal
and Light
helper

(4) (5)


2,727
4,080
1,106
1,4015
16,213
15,360
2,116
3,315
11,362
9,079
13.957
12,572
1,144
1,360
4,485
3,969
72,388
73,737
4,036
4,407



4,079
4,201
86,624
88,:401
4
56
5,681
5,970
2,107
2,699



6,262
6,743
144,271
181,520

8,592
9,827
4,840
8,979
19,804
23,155
28,492
45,256
625
636
3,468
3,625
6,651
6,494
2,190
2,519

625
642


Loaded
(thou-
sands)

(6)


7,849
8,193
2,294
2,215
9,660
10,322

7,656
8:243

9,775
10,507
30,459
30,859
6,265
6,197
8,245
8,783
84,501
85,613
25,591
27,040
1,082
2,218
21,094
22,812
56,893
66,327

396
2,364
4,105
4,291
5,210
5,566
1,081
2,192
233
230
106,711
117,342
10,228
10,894

4,371
6,429
52,841
59,695
28,625
33,701
2,380
2,189
7,027
7 ,544
24,303
23,776
7,804
7,699
8,268
7,893
3,118
3.308


Car-miles


Empty
(thou-
eands)

(7)


4,550
4,992
1,482
1,462

5,074
5,312
4,043
4,540
4,988
5,665
13,879
13,935
4,846
4,266
4,083
4,961

58,068
59,374
13,826
14,921
815
1,203
11,421
11,233
35,294
35,998
358
952
2,080
2,279

3,076
3,411
656
1,355
215
220

58,309
63,580
6,198
7,316
2,628
3,917
40,962
48,609
21,923
25,620
1,070
1,177
6,022
6,571
17,574
17,763
4, 284

4,270
3,826
2,740
3,159


-I- t -1 I --


Ton-miles (thousands)


Number of road locomotives
on line


Grose Net Serviceable


"ncoluong Excluding evenue
locomotives locomotives and non-
and tenders and tenders revenue
(11) (12) (13)


Per- Per-
cent nent
P-
loaded loaded
east

(8) (9)


63.3 62.1
62.1 63.9
60.8 43.1
60.2 46.0
65.6 65.3
66.0 65.1
65.4 60.6
64.5 59.4
66.2 62.4
65.0 61.6
68.7 65.
68.9 65.4

56.4 59.6
59.2 65.2
66.9 61.9
63.9 64.5
59.3 64.3
59.0 65.1
64.9 60.1
64.4 57.9
57.0 26.5
64.8 51.8
64.9 53.5
67.0 56.7
61.7 59.2
64.9 58.7
52.5 78.3
71.3 45.9
66.4 67.6
65.3 67.8
62.9 58.0
62.0 59.1
62.2 54.9
61.8 46.4
52.0 80.3
51.1 84.8
64.7 59.2
64.9 56.8

62.3 72.9
59.8 71.4
62.5 72.7
62.1 72.7
56.3 48.8
55.1 51.1
56.6 58.7
56.8 55.0
69.0 57.2
65.0 52.9

53.9 89.2
3.4 88.4
58.0 48.9
57.2 49.0
64.6 53.8
64.2 56.1
66.0 46.4
67.4 47.2
53.2 22.3
51.2 19.4


51.6 606,589
52.6 630,746
49.4 182,990
50.6 179,106
50.8 698,487
51.5 754,171
51.0 601,845
51.1 652,395
49.8 747,693
49.1 807,121

50.3 2,091,755
49.9 2,135,452
48.4 532,359
49.0 493,873
51.4 611,253
49.9 675,806
48.0 7,197,614
49.8 7,103,805
51.1 1,960,621
50.3 2,133,789
50.7 111,769
50.9 220,167
49.6 1,575,313
50.9 1,692,122
50.2 4,728,763
50.6 5,052,834
49.6 48,726
50.0 271,827
54.4 345,887
53.1 359,640
49.0 442,367
48.4 468,374

54.6 93,276
51.5 192,535
49.1 22,028
49.3 22,676
51.0 8,503,933
51.0 9,659,986

53.4 931,012
52.0 994,501

53.3 415,686
51.6 63o0,3o3
48.3 5,043,656
49.0 5,808,296
49.5 2,988,407
50.9 3,513,590
52.6 170,620
50.1 158,713
50.0 724,353
49.2 787,853
50.0 2,140,011
49.6 2,102,557
48,2 654,439
50.0 656,122

52.9 586,224
51.8 564,030
49.9 270,083
49.5 297,327


Stored

(15)


545, 480
571,163
161,501
157,323
622,211
672,423

542,596
591,076
661,975
712,789
1,885,185
1,927,269
478,689
445.560
554,495
615,444

6,501,220
6,4o4,685
1,797,174
1,954,507
103,619
205,006

1,438,458
1.553,450
4,285,723
4,602,543
42,442
251,888

314,392
327,650
411,296
436,102

86,335
181,719
18,057
18,197
7,618,581
8,713,455
858,982
919,195
370,963
568,221
4,653,958
5,377,751
2,765,239
3,223,484
154,751
144,867
676,989
736,373
1,891,684
1,872,809
588,582
592,132

525,639
503,721
244,269
269,191


Number of freight cars on line


Total


Home foreign


(18) (19) (20)


227,620 85 4 23 2.0<
236,397 59 19 16 17.0
68,739 31 2 6.1
66,866 30 2 6.3
251,962 62 11 15.1
283,778 73 13 15.1
274,424 27 7 5 12.8
300,121 36 3 7.7
276,647 54 1 8 12.7
298,187 60 4 6.3
713,645 165 6 4 2.3
754,323 170 3 .6
183,187 43 8 22 30.1
177,289 40 16 17 23.3
252,6481 28 6 17.6
279,189 28 6 17.6

2,758,603 406 64 13.6
2,916,100 434 5 39 8.2

770,087 101 31 8 5.7
878,207 101 31 4 2.9

57,855 7 11 4 18.2
129,672 14 1 -
582,006 114 3 2.6
660,707 114 -
2,044,152 381 44 29 6.4
2,257,350 412 93 20 3.8
23,142 9 4 -
167,772 12 1 -

168,835 67 2 2 2.8
174,187 68 5 6.8
207,249 26 6 18.8
217,607 29 4 12.1
45,694 31 12 -
98,883 38 5 1 2.3
8,212 10 2 16.7
8,005 12 -
3,431,393 623 30 86 11.6
4,167,635 692 50 131 15.0
456,622 139 9 21 12.4
480,491 140 12 40 20.8

199,001 30 3 1 2.9
327,569 42 2 1 2.2
2,578,001 565 20 52 8.2
3,017,303 595 12 2.0
1,502,206 142 13 11 6.6
1,765,294 194 12 7 3.3
65,836 13 2 -
58,269 11 4 -
383,226 50 16 15 18.5
412,792 53 13 12 15.4
865,064 117 2 1.7
855,805 133 7 1 .7
286,035 33 2 5.7
286,133 35 2 5.4
227,955 23 1 4.2
225,390 22 5 18.5
86,306 51 3 5.5
98,985 49 5 9.3


1,966
2,209
2,194
2,374
3,315
2,629
4,098
4,162

5,347
5,677
12,033
10,379
5,242
4,960

6,839
6,940
62,914
64,192

11,533
10,593
8,764
7,141
10,053
10,583
65,961
5S,449

7,820
4,148
4,113
3,595
3,405
2,750
8,679
7,396



113,830
127,650
19,241
16,810

7,254
6,710
60,416
61,297

39,522
39,259
111
108
11,043
12,642
18,368
20,067

3,249
3,602

31
613
S848


7,957
7,117
2,257
2,452
12,986
12,231
4,978
5,993
7,793
8,563
13,477
15,148
7,168
6,945
7,228
8,487
73,292
71,931
12,278
13,816
1,886
3,703
6,535
8,778

34,562
40,882
771
1,655
10,282
8,254
2,815
3,015
2,646
6,267

3,090
3,053
82.990
71,487
14,043
18,896
2,616
3,258
29,045
31,561
10,007
9,954
1,011
962
1,238

15,876
15,867

5,613
5,997
4,761
5,305
3,210
3,721


Percent
ser-ice-
able

(21)


9,923
9,326
4,451
4,826
16,301
14,860
9,076
10,155
13,140
14,240

25,510
25,527
12,410
11,905
14,067
15,427
136,206
136,123
23,811
24,409
10,650
10,844
16,588
19,361
100,523
99,331
8,591
5,803
14,395
11,849
6,220
5.765
11,325
13,663
3,090
3,053
196,820
199,137
33,284
35,706
9,870
9,968
89,461
92,858
49,529
49,213
1,122
1,070
12,294
13,990
34,244
35,934
8,862
9,599


5,936
3,823
4,569


Grossea
ton-milea
per
train-hoar,
excluding
locomo-
tives and
tenders
(22)


(22 (21) ('4 21) (22) (0


3.5
4.1
8.6
5.9
7.6

9.3
9.1
13.6
10.9
8.2
6.7
6.3
6.3

13.9
10.80
8.5
9.0
14.8
13.3
5.8
8.6
11.9
6.4
20.0
17.0
4.3
7.8
18.2
17.6
20.0
7.8
5.1
4.8

.5
15.6
19.7
22.3
18.5
7.0
3.2
6.4
4.9
4.2
3.9
1.7
3.3
2.9
3.3
4.9
3.2
3.8
3.7
3.8
3.2
.6
.9


Gross
ton-miles
per
train-mile,
excluding
lo.omo-
tives and
tenders
(23)


38,943




8 219




52,484
52,585
74,711
73,504
53,961
53,721
62,711
62,711
59,216
54,872
59,695
59,049
76,303
64,245
74,811
62,768

54,961
54,986
34,200
84,215
41,619
42,294

65,639
58,420
21,223
22,349
5,963
5,501
57,365
55,970
53,393
48,280
50,485
55,280
75,785
80,259

91,519
88,448
94,765
91,746
77,406
74,127
49,691
50,622
53,270
52,916
97,179
97,526
47,737
46,686


Net
ton-
miles
per
train-
mile

(24 )


2,595
2,610

1,970
1,862
2,542
2,668

3,814
3,710
3,034
2,913
3,536
3,568

2,370
2,418
2,994
3,138
3,437
3,192
3,450
3,398
4,339
3,743
3,399
3,024
3,446
3,579
2,380
5,444

3,025
3,065
3,731
3,302



819
735
3,304
3,345
3,466
3,217
3,528
3,836
4,270
4,374
5,175
5,195
4,420
4,652
5,088
5,128
2,924
2,966

3,083
3,062
4,160
4,113
2,817
2,825


Net
ton-
miles
per
ca-

(25)


1,083
1,080

838
792
1,029
1,126

1,929
1,884
1,268
1,218
1,338
1,397
907
962



1,459
1,454

1,478
1,527
2,423
2,368

1,375
1,286
1,644
1,755
1,298
3,626
1,624
1,629

1,880
1,:647



372
323
1,488
1,:600
1,842
1,682

1 893

2 ,2

2,811
2,845

1,880
1,871
2,880
2,874

1,337
1,355
1,498
1,480
1,804
1,840

995
1,039


29.0
28.9

30.0
30.2
26.1
27.5
35.8
36.4
28.3
28.4
23.4
24.4

29.2
28.6
30.6
31.8
32.6
34.1

30.1
32.5

53.5
58.5
27.6
29.0

35.9
34.0
58.4
71.0
41.1
40.6

39.8
39.1
42.3
45.2

35.2
34.8
32.2
35.5
44.6
44.1
45.5
51.0
48.8
50.5



27.7
26.6



35.6
36.0
36.7
37.2
27.6
28.6
27.7
29.9


Car-
per
day

t27)


752
786
489
454



1,034
965
658
672

909
970
478
467
588
578
659
686
1,068
1,215
169
359
1,127
1,099
659
720

83
945

448

1,073
1,101
130
234
82
81
566
676

457
437
648
1,080
928
1,059
954
1,178
1,966
1,799



798
793
1,019
986
1,335
1,278
769
762


Net
ton-miles
per mile of
road per
day

(28)


41.0
43.8
26.9
25.0
29.2
33.3

44.1
41.1
35.1
36.5
56.5
57.6
29.0
27.6
28.7
28.4
34.1
34.1
54.6
58.0

5.5
9.5
63.0
56.6
29.7
32.6
2.7
18.7
14.3
16.9
42

4.4


4.5
27.2
29.4
16.4
16.6
22.8
34.1
33.8
38.0
32.1
39.5
103.0
103.9
32.3
32.2
38.6
38.5
43.0
41.3

73.4
66.4
52.2
49.8


miles per
train
hour


Locomo-
tive-
miles
per
loco o-
tive-
day


V No passenger-train service. uoov pmmrce s-m


Train-lmilees


4,749
4,891

2,369
2,285
4,674
59,264
11,587
12,672

9,484
10,433
10,309
11,025
6,214
6,014

7,311
8,056
8,612
9,004

11,527
13,146
8,445
18,927

7,892
8,959
11,365
12,490

3,677
26,660

9,123
9,365
7,747
8,134

7,190
13,516
784
748
11,220
13,600

11,313
11,905
7,606
12,520
16,435
19,213
22,901
26,912

19,307
17,088
20,332
21,901
5,307
5,213
5,390
5,335
22,016
21,768
4,867
5,592


PASSENGER SERVICE


Passenger-
train
car-miles


274,036
329,308

37,300
63,496
556,114
646,824

51,379
55,716
263,296
285,921
282,019
316,366
87,609
98,429
38,607
101,591
1,542,600
1,807,188
72,200
99,199
12,532
13,961
190,328
225,660

527,067
552,636



148,319
159,551
76,181
76,039



531,281
544,579
1,670,879
1,904,632
248,138
253,051



240,568
280,039
180,266
186,099

77,306
81,037



90o040

62,0o34
80,140
42,502
41,664
90,848
87,048


Pas-
senger-
train
cars per
train in
Ibcomo-
tIve pro-
pelled
trains


882,352
1,478,998

239,571
350,935
4,775,911
5,307,292
356,686
374,613
1,873,541
2,112,408

2,315,045
2,424,355

783,774
880,931
288,151
786,161
17,482,975
20,869,413
551,116
631,897
70,898
81,827

1,703,578
1,797,385
4,942,628
5,023,982



849,461
974,798
777,828
755,202



4,228,692
3,999,517
21,206,091
23,879,120
1,021,792
1,113,405



2,405,318
2,292,141
1,564,162
1,686,259
1,056,460
1,153,096



4,412,457
4,571.985
552,061
685,968
597,038
561,155
1,073,409
958,766


.


I I k


Percent
un-
sereice-
able of
total
locomo-
tives

(34)


9.0
8.7



24.6
26.5
12.5
15.4
5.0

6.3
6.3
26.1
32.3
42.9
14.3
13.1
7.0



20.0




7.0
6.5



6.3
5.3

14.3



2.5
5.0
12.7
8.9"
9.1




6.1
6.7









2.9
11.1




11.1
14.8


Statement No. M-200

OCTOBER 1959


Train
miles
per
train
hour

(35)


33.9
33.7
35.2
34.1
37.4
35.4
34.4
34.1
34.5
33.1
40.0
39.0
21.9
31.4
44.6
36.2
40.1
39.8
43.1
42.3

39.5
37.8
45.3
43.0
40.0
43.2



30.8
30.6
40.4
41.3



28.3
28.1
41.3
42.2

30.9
31.4



38.9
39.3
39.6
38.1
50.9
51.6



43.4
42.2
42.8
41.3

39.0
39.5
39.4
39.2


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I


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Locomo-
tive-
miles
per
locomo-
tive-
day

(36)


125
91
174
233
221
190
107
143
215
207
147
163
130
106
181
471
241
259
318
362
87
54

349
413

349
359



116
102

319
271



136
133
213
242

95
118



220
286

370
191






422
407

223
288
275
269
109
104







,4,2 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



OPERATING STATISTICS OF LARGE RAILROADS--Selected Items for the Month of OCTOBER 1959 Compared with OCTOBER 1958


FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE
Locomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles (thousands) Number of rodlocomotives r of freight cars on line roses Grosas Ps-
on line Number of freight cars on line toNen..o
ton-miles ton-miles Net tnt Net oomo- sner Pe nt Lse
Region, road, and year per Per- per per ton- ton- Ca Net Train tie- train n- Train tie-
-houriles T-il, miles miles mile miles enonmile.f Ireers i-t nls
oiles Train- Prinoipal Loaded Empty Per- Per- cent Gross Net Serviceable Un- cent Percent train-hour, train-mile, miles mi per per miles to mile t er miTrain Passener- oarsper sara mis mi es
eofxlui per pedd per-o per mil f trai pr Ticulle traln trainodn oableof pr pero
mile and Light (tho- hu- cnt cent east- serv- e eeldgTotal p ri-ca-
oprae Light Ree- lce- Lose me- E o c day day da
opeahelper h sands) sands) loaded lod.d bound Including excluding Revenue ot le erv- Home orer Tot e-1 ladd a- d per hur lo car-miom- o l tran loomo
east of locomotives locootives and non- toured Stored able ice- able teand ti ended m mile day polled tires da
stored tenders tenders
total and tenders and tenders revenue able trains
1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (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)

southern Regln: Continued -- 1959 2,717 266,747 266,747 34 15,165 7,087 68.2 53.9 51.6 1,179,437 1,075,027 530,232 87 4 4.4 6,552 10,926 17,478 5.3 75.877 4,032 1,989 35.0 1,006 42.2 6,295 18.8 103.6 92,562 811,222 10.6 42.3 13
ul, Mobile & Ohio ......... 1958 2,717 270,779 270,779 58 16,084 7652 67.8 49.0 49.8 1,264,748 1,160,159 578595 86 5 5.5 6,237 9,483 15,720 5.8 77,406 4,289 2,139 36.0 1,195 49. 6,869 18.1 105.3 09,274 941,001 10.1 11.1 41.5 164
llnos Central ... 1959 6,500 1,031,080 1,031,080 28,013 49,155 29,356 62.6 55.3 49.9 3,926,591 3,631,701 1,716,490 186 9 181 48.1 24,625 28.273 52,898 3.9 59,400 3,545 1,675 34.9 1,052 48.1 8,519 16.9 100.7 572,499 5,468,195 10.8 30.8 40.7 387
.... 1958 6,497 1,079,093 1,079,093 30,199 49,407 29,971 62.2 55.2 49.8 3,997,335 3,704,246 1,767,554 199 41 151 38.6 26,012 28,819 54,831 3.3 56,504 3,463 1,652 35.8 1,080 48.5 8,776 16.5 101.4 600,574 5,585,886 10.4 24.4 40.8 383
Lou.isille & Nashill. 1959 5,679 914,202 914,880 14,716 36,582 22,872 61.5 55.7 51.4 3,183,155 2,876,425 1,430,327 161 4 2.4 34,811 18,206 53,017 10.4 55,158 3,158 1,571 39.1 893 37.1 8,125 17.5 194.4 396,679 4,189,725 10.6 2.4 40.5 317
1958 5680 940,114 941,265 18,167 38,569 25,688 60.0 57.6 50.8 3,361,581 3,056,352 1,529,014 157 3 1.9 31,210 18,802 50,012 7.3 53.714 3,258 1,630 39.6 986 41.4 8,684 16.5 215.5 460,076 4,477,663 9.7 2.1 40.2 319
Seaboard Ar Line ... 1959 4,135 599,472 599,472 2,664 24,226 16,827 59.0 53.3 0.4 2,132,161 1,901,511 890,818 125 4 3.1 16,720 13,851 30,571 3.3 58,589 3,226 1,511 36.8 944 43.5 6,949 18.5 176.2 423,695 4,391,018 10.5 7.9 45.3 356
1958 4,135 99,748 599,748 966 23,449 16,084 59.3 51.2 49.3 2,032,534 1,831,876 852,382 145 6 4.0 17,041 12,508 29,549 3.0 57,55 3,102 1,43 36.4 920 42.7 6,65 18.8 150.2 430,257 4,512,055 106 8.8 4.5 405
southern ..... ......... 1959 6,243 875,723 875,909 9,292 2,346 22,156 65.7 57.1 50.9 3,245,754 2,885,408 1,349,005 197 3 4 2.0 20,114 28605 48,719 3.9 57577 3303 1,544 31.9 894 42.8 6970 17.5 156.1 535,846 5,202,63 9.7 7.0 369 415
1958 6,249 862,973 863,153 9,861 41,019 21,066 66.1 56.3 49.7 3,149,889 2,807,263 1,327,960 196 1 16 7.5 17,463 28,168 45,631 5.2 54.54 3,270 1,547 32.4 925 43.2 6,855 16.8 153.5 548,377 5.301,046 9.7 16.3 36.2 388
CNorh &oroth eastern 1959 9,244 900,268 900,268 9,272 34,038 20,944 61.9 65.3 52.5 2,695824 2,447,488 1,085,248 172 6 20 10.1 21,091 31,460 52,551 4.8 49,533 2,726 1,209 31.9 690 35.0 3,787 18.2 168.0 530,77 3,882,170 7.3 5.6 37.0 197
1958 9,254 938,151 938,244 9,520 41,662 26,795 60.9 62.7 50.9 2,944,629 2,687,166 1,249,860 167 11 6.2 20,914 27,689 48,603 4.5 51,961 2,883 1,341 30.0 791 43.3 4,357 18.1 185.9 617,054 4,522,482 7.3 6.2 37.7 217
Chloago Grat Western 1959 1,437 140.214 140,214 193 7,309 3,54 67.3 60.7 52.1 575,078 511,512 239,861 23 4 14.8 2267 4,283 6,550 3.5 68,156 3,655 1,714 32.8 1,214 55.0 5,384 18.7 181.4 51,173 240,631 4.7 33.8 238
1958 1,37 138,485 138,485 169 7,856 3,800 67.4 59.3 51.0 610,561 547,162 253,491 26 1,888 3,722 5,610 4.1 72,790 3,959 1,834 32.3 1,440 66.2 5,690 18.4 184.5 51,456 241,326 4.7 14. 34.5 239
Chi., mil., Bt.P. & Paoifie. 1959 10,591 865,303 873,022 12,430 42,551 21,830 66.1 61.o 52.5 3,139,409 2,842,389 1,266,907 322 16 9 2.6 27,091 24,502 51,593 4.4 65,772 3,295 1,469 29.8 779 39.6 3,859 20.0 90.1 560,409 5,288,581 9.5 3.8 43.9 346
1958 10,583 937,755 951,841 13,888 44,799 25.255 63.9 63.2 52.7 3,403,410 3,088,978 1,379,809 291 7 8 2.6 32,276 27,877 60,153 4.9 61,849 3,301 1,474 30.8 746 37.9 4,206 18.8 111.9 591,721 5,455,306 9.3 3.7 4.3 328
Duluth, is.abe & Iron Rang 1959 556 28,086 28,093 65 662 614 51.9 17.2 50.2 72,844 63,615 36,170 52 30 1 1.2 12,696 334 13,030 1.3 43,129 2,381 1,354 54.6 86 3.0 2,099 19.0 13.5 7,738 7,838 3.0 33.2
1958 554 84,709 84,960 557 4,373 4,096 51.6 6.2 50.2 518.309 482,433 294,170 76 23 2 2.0 14,434 686 15,120 4.5 100,696 6,203 3,783 67.3 647 18.6 17,129 17.7 32.0 7,688 7,688 33.1
rat ort ............ 1959 8 279 955,742 957,613 19.930 41512 20.619 66.8 619 502 3,239235 2894,563 1,310,038 271 13 46 22,995 18,731 41,726 2.1 6,200 3,054 1,382 316 984 46.6 5,104 20.9 120.3 421,860 4,721,348 115 439 332
1958 8,281 1,04 .011 1,051,163 25,970 47,586 25,112 65.5 65.2 51.1 3,834:586 3:475,931 1,664,046 265 5 1.9 21,052 23,975 45.027 2.5 62,938 3,372 1,614 35.0 1,147 50.1 6,482 19.0 139.1 503,965 4,884,125 10.6 4.9 42.4 364
ipl., St. P. .. .1959 4,169 358,928 360050 531 12,078 6,103 68.0 66.1 56.2 1,020,870 840,541 400,946 90 7 4 4.0 7,278 6,217 13,495 6.1 47,282 2,348 1,120 30.9 978 46.6 3,102 20.2 126.6 121,276 785,552 6.5 34.8 198
1958 4,169 389t761 391,241 1,707 14,686 6,974 67.8 66.5 56.0 1,175,287 984,636 61,908 84 8 4 4.2 6,311 7,036 13,347 5.6 53,647 2,540 1.191 31.5 1,074 50.4 3,574 21.2 145.6 177,088 928,829 5.3 3.8 34.5 206
Northern Pacifi ........... 1959 6,538 779,026 78,305 10,81 4,585 14,289 70.8 6.5 55.3 2,515,308 2,254,458 1,034,008 238 7 2.9 18,305 14,586 32891 2.7 59,910 2897 1,329 29.9 983 46.5 5,102 20.7 113.1 402,958 3,69,926 9.9 1.3
1958 6,533 786,342 793407 10,39 36,243 14,962 0.8 64.7 55.0 2,672,302 2,393,318 1,115,582 237 4 4 1.6 17,108 16,072 33,180 3.0 61,805 3,046 1,420 30.8 1,023 46.9 5,508 20.3 115.1 425,393 3,439,467 9.5 -0.4 422
poane, Portland & Seattle 1959 935 144,627 144,627 1,060 6,318 2,165 74.5 57.1 53.1 456,818 409,842 193,939 53 1,566 3716 5,282 2.9 40,728 2,846 1,347 30.7 1,063 46.5 6,691 14.6 98.9 47,003 413,872 8.8 18.2 .1 161
1958 935 148:586 148,586 1,329 6.706 2,195 75.3 56 51.0 460,745 409.880 183,095 55 2 3.5 1378 4,683 6,061 1.9 41,583 2,772 1,238 27.3 959 46.6 6,317 15.1 95.3 61,720 438,447 7.1 12.5 46.8 250
Central western Roelon:
Atch., Top. S. e (Inc 122 8 66 648 46 487 9824 8 8271 634 40 51,593 39,612 91,205 3.3 75,810 3,131 1,204 26.8 1,184 68.2 8,152 24.3 150.7 1,281,044 16,423,418 12.9 4.4 50.5 2
0.. L p F and p. 1 1959 L2.99Z 2,734,957 2,9y3,290 5 ,572 112,468 66,593 60 .8 46.5 408.7 98 ,04,u58 8,5"1.81 0 J, C. S.. and P .. 3o86 2,498,460 2,663,745 61,875 119,570 65,952 64.5 46.1 49.5 9,432, 49 8,324,818 3255,030 577 6 113 16.2 47,783 39,252 87,035 6.7 74,396 3,339 1,306 27.2 1,178 67.1 8,024 22.3 137.3 1,330,022 16,558,640 12.9 7.7 49.8 458
21,735 20.649 42,384 3.5 62,196 2,962 1,206 28.6 1,123 60.7 5,462 21.1 181.7 840,142 7,366,449 8.9 3.4 46.0 458
Ch., url. & Qincy ........ 1959 8,647 1,170,002 1,167,4 29,248 51,236 27865 64.8 59.1 43 3,906,858 3453,171 1,64,114 150 5 75 326 21,051 27,497 48,548 3.4 61419 3,041 1,328 29.2 1,083 56.0 5,937 20.2 186.9 859,243 7,749,691 9.3 .9 6.0 434
........1958 8,676 10, 1,204957 1200,496 31,143 54,?79 27,777 66,4 60.3 51.3 4,077,376 3,657,426 1,596,856 150 10 70 30.4
Chi., Rook Pacific .....1959 7508 905,161 903,881 1,446 37,219 21479 6.4 52.8 49.3 2925,597 2,646,43 1113,315 186 8 4.1 15,808 22,030 37,838 5.0 60833 2,931 1,233 29.9 961 50.7 4,83 20.8 162.3 64232 5246,437 89 5.4 43. 259
1958 7,58 93,988 940,437 3,59 38313 20,678 69 52.6 49.3 3,000,182 2,743,191 1,218.302 173 12 6.5 14,603 25,750 40,353 4.7 58.643 2,915 1,295 31.8 980 47.5 5,207 20.2 179.0 647,522 5,27,569 9.0 8.1 44.1 26
Denver &. Western 1959 2,128 287,348 304,745 27.897 14,231 5,239 73.1 60.1 53.1 1,109,458 936,011 438,821 84 5 8 8.2 7,741 6,465 14,206 6.1 65,953 3,263 1,530 30.8 983 43.6 6,652 20.2 123.2 135,891 1,005,509 7.4 38.2 491
...... 1958 ,155 349,951 374,393 40,388 16,940 6,019 73.8 60.1 54.3 1,339033 1,155676 566,845 86 5 5 5.2 7,632 7718 15,350 4.2 62,873 3,310 1,623 33.5 1,192 48.3 8,485 19.0 151.0 139,655 1,030,089 7.4 12.5 37.7 505
Southern Pacific ............1959 8011 2,276,726 2,364,671 132,973 103,200 56,434 64.6 52.9 49.5 8,075,347 7,110.008 2,946,097 748 1 21 2.7 32,548 43,901 76.449 1.9 67,634 3,156 1308 28.5 1,251 67.8 11,863 21.7 114.2 723,152 9,132,343 12.6 1.4 2.0 32
1958 8,025 2,176,825 2,258,247 125,766 100,580 53,228 65.4 53.5 49.8 7,761,227 6,883,103 2,867,873 641 4 48 6.9 33,222 40,703 73,925 1.9 63.648 3,195 1.331 28.5 1,201 64.4 11,528 20.1 120.8 764,554 9,476,164 12.4 7.2 41.0 363

Union Pacific ........ 1959 9,743 2,295,249 2,318,442 53,309 112,725 60,071 65.2 60.4 51.3 8,470,200 7,379,753 2,932,790 366 25 86 18.0 32,550 32,559 65,109 1.7 86,626 3,237 1,287 26.0 1,426 84.0 9,710 26.9 167.1 905,429 12,345,680 13.6 2.5 51.7 691
1958 9,748 2,461,581 2,507,833 76.701 116,898 60,394 65.9 61.0 53.1 8,789,092 7.819,291 3,260,036 396 15 98 19.3 29,282 35,029 64,311 1.6 81,728 3,198 1,334 27.9 1,599 86.9 10,788 25.7 171.6 950,261 12,510,224 13.2 4.3 52.1 682
Western Plfi......... 1959 1,188 285,095 290,737 12,144 12,075 4,785 71.6 6.6 48.1 881531 756,145 325,994 6 1 2.1 2597 3,097 5,694 3.2 74,992 2,669 1.151 27.0 1,874 96.9 8,852 28.3 214.2 83,233 663,519 10.7 51.4 81
1958 1189 274,425 281,603 16,281 12,280 5,096 70.7 46.4 9.1 911,914 792,713 350,956 45 2 4.3 296 3,644 5940 26 77641 208 1 2.6 1862 92. ,522 26.9 213.4 82,488 7,625
fouthoestern Reglen:
intosas ti hm ........1959 886 119,176 119,182 42 7,777 4,195 65.0 51.6 50.6 639,885 575,348 260,551 22 2 8.3 2,389 5,367 7,756 5.6 99.541 4,835 2,189 33.5 1,074 49.4 9,486 20.6 196.4 83,598 619,399 7.4 16.7 42.8 491
c o1958 886 131.514 131,520 62 8,286 3,955 67.7 49.7 48.9 670,939 607,215 285,333 22 1 4.3 2,755 4,713 7,468 5.7 96,246 4,636 2,179 34.4 1,246 53.5 10,389 20.8 208.7 83,474 627,053 7.5 16.7 42.9 449

Loulsla Arana ........1959 746 79,892 79,892 3,819 2,064 64.9 36.7 48.5 324,833 297,132 141,558 20 2,094 3,08 5,181 6.4 75,664 3,747 1,785 37.1 877 36.5 6,121 20.3 163.o 47,918 255,374 5. 41.4 386
1958 746 74,875 74,875 108 4,141 2,223 65.1 35.3 46.8 349,151 321,195 153,169 18 2,227 2,860 5,087 8.2 81,604 4.303 2,052 37.0 982 40.8 6,623 19.0 164.1 46,291 252,924 5.5 41.4 373
o.- Kans.- Texas Lines .....1959 2,916 208,469 208,469 2,002 9,662 5,331 64.4 33.7 46.4 779,564 701,076 314,626 53 6 10.2 4,494 6,261 10,755 10.5 53,867 3,373 1,514 32.6 932 4.4 3,481 16.0 125.5 99,449 796,410 8.0 2.1 41.0 70
1958 2,915 228,741 228,741 2,071 11,807 6,333 65.1 33.0 44.8 888,834 812:093 365,307 75 3 3.8 4,645 8,131 12.776 9.6 58,160 3,560 1,602 30.9 918 45.6 4,043 16.4 104.0 123,803 1,008,565 8.6 36.8 37.5 201
Mlssourl Paclflo ............ 1959 9,428 1,137,028 1,137,028 8,450 52,671 29,551 64.1 50.4 50.2 4,212,288 3,838,625 1,754,926 221 3 51 5 22,838 29.897 52,735 6.0 67,213 3,388 1,549 33.3 1,103 51.7 6,005 19.9 170.9 575,791 5,304,828 9.3 4.3 43.2 402
1958 9,515 1,158,960 1,158,960 8,903 55,260 31,902 63.4 52.8 52.1 4,389,890 4.010,399 1,860,981 224 20 14 5.4 21,149 28,078 49,227 8.1 66,755 3,477 1,613 33.7 1,234 57.8 6,309 19.3 166.3 600,653 5,364,769 9.0 4.2 42.5 420
St. Loul.-SBan rrm.le........1959 4,527 610,218 610,218 8,265 26,581 11,922 69.0 41.9 46.4 1,985,066 1,757,786 816,027 96 13 11.9 10,674 13,168 23,842 1.7 56,372 2,896 1,345 30.7 1,152 54.3 5,815 19.6 201.3 228,229 1,725.791 7.6 14.3 35.7 50
1958 4,541 606,749 606,749 5.765 25,714 12,193 67.8 42.5 45.8 1,990,378 1,765,843 838,772 99 11 10.0 10,964 13,006 23,970 2.0 55,842 2,922 1,388 32.6 1,164 52.6 5,958 19.2 199.6 268,947 1,921,801 7.2 3.2 514
St. Loul.s-San Fran. & Ten. .1959 141 15,898 15,898 28 572 257 69.0 37.4 46.1 43,053 37,899 17,583 2 268 268 5.2 40,275 2,384 1,106 30.7 1,884 88.8 4,023 16.9 274.5 5,607 28,672 5.1 32.6 181
1958 141 15,039 15,039 543 255 68.0 34.1 44.9 45,990 41,478 19,930 2 411 411 6.8 44,600 2,758 1,325 36.7 1,663 66.6 4,560 16.2 256.2 5,785 30,096 5.2 32.7 191
St. Louis Southwestern Lines 1959 1,554 338,809 338,809 4,289 15,215 5,371 73.9 44.1 48.6 1,049,162 910,111 406,832 53 1 1.9 2,528 4,619 7,147 1.9 61,077 2,691 1,203 26.7 1,980 100.2 8,445 22.7 221.0 24,676 79,998 3.2 42.0 265
1958 1,554 311,348 311,426 1,559 14,792 5.380 73.3 46.8 52.3 1,045,709 934,446 417,711 52 1 1.9 2,543 5,206 ?7,749 2.6 61,400 3,005 1,343 28.2 1,810 87.4 8,671 20.5 203.6 24,614 88.726 3.6 43.3 265
TeXe & New Orle.n. 1959 4,143 619,204 619,204 68 28,378 12,993 68.6 53.6 51.2 2,201,186 1,931,326 906,840 139 2 1.4 5,892 13,855 19,747 2.3 74,196 3.136 1,472 32.0 1,444 65.9 7,061 23.8 150.0 96,106 1,186,33 12.3 5.5 444
1958 4,226 617,923 617,923 446 27,837 13,808 66.8 53.8 49.7 2,173,136 1,927,574 894,767 136 2 1.4 5,796 15,103 20,899 1.6 69,522 3.137 1,456 32.1 1,364 63.5 6,862 22.: 152.9 96,038 1,213,228 12.6 45.3 443
Teae P f1959 1,822 292,343 292,343 2,790 12,776 6,771 65.4 52.1 51.0 1,038,309 905,655 353,645 38 2 5.0 3,363 5,660 9,023 3.9 71,043 3,122 1,219 27.?7 ,234 68.2 6,261 229 255.7 191,397 ,216,5o 8.3 4
Texa1958 1,822 267,133 267,133 2,396 13,403 7,208 65.0 52.6 50.2 1,071,576 952,843 376,677 37 2 5.1 3,158 6,163 9,321 4.0 75,270 3,586 1,47 281 1,309 71.6 6,669 21.1 243.1 197,104 2,259,298 11.5 42.1 533




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