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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: AA00015604:00020
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Preceded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam roads
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BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


Statement No. M-150
MAY 1942


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1942 AND 1941 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1942 AND 1941

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expenses, expenses,
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway eating
of road Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- cluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- cluded Total eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income cent) ating ating ating eating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) eating eating eating eating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column 0 nues penses nues penses column 0 nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa) (bb) (cc)(dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*

201,182 438,494 32.1 $69,677 96.2 $543,960 $151,094 $24,715 $341,837 $97,814 62.8 27.8 44.2 30.4 48.4 1942 Total-Roads listed herein......................... 1942 201,314 $1,950,046 33.9 $289,821 60.8 $2,401,565 $692,402 $113,513 1,618,005 $381,731 67.4 28.8 42.8 4 496
202,022 332,oo006 35,507 398,787 120.355 16,487 269,533 78.436 67.6 30.2 44.7 32.1 47.5 1941 1941 202,096 1,456,399 180,252 1,773.190 535,770 81,341 1,251,907 300,459 70.6 30.2 42.8 3.5 48.9
New England Region:
1,865 4,713 19.6 1,136 99.4 6,421 1,608 172 3,977 1,262 61.9 25.0 40.4 32.9 53.0 1942 Boston & Maine----.... ......-----.. 192 1,865 22373 29.7 4,758 57.0 29,802 7,910 790 19,770 4,911 66.3 26.5 0.0 35.5 53.6
1,906 3,939 569 5,0?6 1,174 118 3,093 1,091 61.6 23.4 37.9 33.6 54.6 1941 1941 1,906 17,249 3,031 22,780 5.710 592 15,248 3,927 66.9 25.1 37.4 36.8 55.0
1,844 7.885 33.7 4,073 74.5 12,849 2,986 370 7,514 2,498 58.5 23.2 39.7 30.0 51.3 1942 New York, New Haven & Hartford..#...---.... 1942 1,841 34,984 36.8 17,363 53.2 56,695 13,662 1,783 35,842 9,952 63.2 24.1 38.1 33.4 52.9
1,852 5,898 2334 8,995 2,529 276 6.136 1,496 68.2 28.1 41.2 34.3 50.3 1941 1941 1,851 25,575 11.333 40,663 10,967 1,385 28,302 5,921 69.6 27.0 38.7 36.4 52.3
Great Lakes Region:
849 3,703 39.8 111 101.9 3,904 1,157 175 2555 889 65.5 29.6 45.3 32.1.6 49. 1942 Delaware & Hudson...-------....................... 1942 849 17,043 46.9 502 4.5 17,957 5213 851 11,868 3,654 66.1 29.0 43.9 32.9 49.8
S 2:648 55 2,791 799 95 1,809 760 64.8 28.6 44.1 31.6 48.8 194 1941 849 11,599 350 12,373 3,635 477 8,616 2,720 69.6 29.4 42.2 35.1 50.4
985 013 18.7 742 43.5 6,320 1,547 450 4,o6s 1,157 64.4 24.5 38.0 35.7 55.5 1942 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western.....-.-..... .1942 985 22,442 21.0 3,246 25.2 28,277 6,6 1,283 19,359 4,215 68.5 23.6 34.5 40.2 58.6
995 1,223 517 5.243 1,225 206 3484 1,:019 66.5 23.4 35.1 38.3 57.7 1941 1941 995 18,546 2,592 23,457 5,54V 1,031 16,727 4,101 71.3 23.6 33.1 42.1 59.0
2,251 10,284 29.5 631 69.6 11,542 3,121 569 7,342 2,068 6 .6 2 .0 42.5 31.9 50.21942 Erie ... -................... 1942 2,251 46,427 28.8 2,612 44.9 51,962 13,439 2,80 34,161 8671 6.72.9 39.3 34.9 53.1
2,257 7,942 372 8,892 2,193 312 5,91 2,oo009 64.0 2.7 38.5 34. 53.4 1941 1941 2,2 36,055 1803 ,351 9953 1.5 27,007 8157 6.9 .7 36.9 36.7 54.
1,026 1,998 d 15.2 140 75.9 2,302 723 116 1,754 316 76.2 31.4 41.2 39.6 52.0 1942 Grand Trunk Western ........-.....-................. 1942 1,026 10,040 d 12.2 572 56.6 11.381 3,819 572 9.176 1,100 80.6 33.6 41.6 42.0 52.
1,026 2,357 so80 2596 715 97 1:758 56o 67.7 27.6 40.7 35.9 53.0 1941 1941 1,026 11,431 35 12,583 3,330 487 8,503 2,80o 67.6 2.5 39.2 36.9 4.
1,263 5,437 24.8 286 7.1 6,51 1.874 390 4,336 734 1.7 31.0 43.2 36.2 50.5 1942 Lehigh Valley ........ ........... -...- 1942 1,263 24,761 27.2 1,168 43.7 27,513 7,229 1,552 1,47m 3580 70.8 26.3 371 39.6 56.0
1,269 4,357 167 4:790 1,214 167 3,116 1,017 5.0 25.3 39.0 34.5 53.0 1941 1941 1,269 19,68 813 21,52,90 834 1 252 7.1 22. 3.o57.9
10,915 35,054 26.7 8,613 74.7 48,006 14,197 1,995 32,544 6,609 67.8 29.6 4.6 33.6 49.6 1942 New York Central a ......... ..... 1942 10,916 161,055 25.7 36,015 44.9 216,537 66,824 9,640 157,311 24,592 72.6 30.9 42.5 36.6 50.4
10,942 27,676 4,931 36,717 11,555 1,525 26,087 5,133 71.0 31.5 44.3 346 48.6 1941 194 10,943 128,167 24.859 1752,663 7571 123,963 22,541 727 30 42.5 6.5
1,688 7,162 55.3 205 145.2 487 1,436 216 3,843 1,0o8 51.3 19.2 37.4 28.4 55.4 1942 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ....................1942 1,688 31,263 44.0 813 144.9 32,670 6,649 942 18,211 5,243 55.7 20.4 36.5 31.2 56.0
1,705 4:613 83 4:818 1 7 14o 2,770 126o 57.5 21.7 37.8 30.6 53.2 1941 1941 1,705 21,717 332 22,620 4,933 92 13,356 5,623 59.0 21.8 36.9 31.8 53.9
2,055 3,201 4.3 141 69.1 3,496 1,177 254 2,593 469 74.2 33.7 45.4 35.1 47.3 1942 Pere Marquette--......... ....................1942 2,055 15,122 3.6 587 55.6 16,404 5,633 1,273 12,771 1.969 77.9 34.3 44.1 37.9 48.7
2,102 3,067 83 3,335 1,030 197 2;315 563 69.4 30.9 44.5 33.5 48.2 1941 1941 2,102 N14,600 377 15,719 4.811 963 11,109 2,652 70.7 30.6 43.3 34.8 49.3
232 2,866 11.6 69 50.9 3,006 962 26 1,893 620 63.0 32.0 50.9 26.5 42.1 1942 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie. ................................1942 232 12,538 21.6 311 40.7 13,191 4,963 1.335 9,558 2,481 72. 376 51.9 29.6 40.9
233 2,569 46 2,682 895 204 1,692 879 63.1 33.4 52.9 25.1 39.8 1941 1941 233 10,315 221 10,844 4,391 1,001 8,195 2,732 75. 40.5 53.6 29.6 39.1
2 5,561 33.2 406 87.1 6,322 1,492 280 3,923 794 62.1 23.6 380 32.6 52.5 1942 Wabash................................... .... 1942 2,396 24,417 23.2 i,741 62.3 27,81 6,672 1,298 18,062 3.,589 64.9 24.0 36.9 34.8 53.6
;, 74 217 4,717 1,314 181 3,250 729 68.9 27.9 .4 34.3 1941 1941 2, 09 19,823 1,072 22.36 6,180 904 15,681 3.505 70.1 27.6 39. 35.6 50.7
Central Eastern Region:
6,250 22,762 27.2 2,000 77.4 25.977 7,413 913 16,860 5,070 64.9 28.5 44.0 31.2 48.1 1942 Baltimore & Ohio .... ... 1942 6,264 100.35 334 8,26 60.8 114,022 35,098 4,526 ,279 20,7 70.4 30.8 43. 34.3 48.6
6:371 17,892 1,128 20,092 5,944 628 13,o46 5:703 64.9 29.6 45.6 30.1 46.3 1941 1941 6,380 75.249 5.147 85,019 27,616 3,128 60,880 17,315 71.6 32.5 45. 33.2 46.4
661 4,179 39.6 549 52.8 4,991 1,246 118 3,245 882 65.0 25.0 38.4 36.9 56.8 1942 Central of New Jersey ........... ... 1942 661 18,613 367 2,297 34.2 22,134 5,902 586 15,45 2,957 69.8 26.6 38.2 39.7 56.8
711 2,99 359 3,560 1,078 110 2,457 609 69.0 30.3 43.9 34.8 50.4 1941 1941 711 13,620 1,712 16,314 5,209 550 12,284 1.035 75.3 31.9 42.4 39.3 52.1
925 1,285 8.7 309 64.6 1,760 535 52 1,297 203 73.7 30.4 41.2 35.3 47.9 1942 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ..... 1942 925 6,266 7.6 1,254 61.6 8,343 2,388 260 6,235 858 74.7 28.6 38.3 37.9 50.7
925 1,182 188 1,552 428 52 1,o:1 210 70.3 27.6 39.2 35.0 49.7 1941 1941 925 5,822 776 7,417 2,054 257 5,383 920 72.6 27.7 38.2 36.5 50.2
392 2,607 21.8 2,926 759 258 1,714 91 58.6 25.9 44.3 31.4 53.5 1942 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern..........................1942 392 12,060 19.8 13.552 3,530 1,216 8,545 1,157 63.1 26.0 41.3 34.5 54.7
390 2,141 2442 521 103 1,335 -6 54.7 21.3 39.0 31.1 56.9 1941 1941 390 10,063 11,511 2,454 513 6,570 2,724 57.1 21.3 37.4 33.3 58.4
378 966 25.0 1,810 33.1 2,907 957 179 2,144 184 73.8 32.9 44.6 38.6 2.4 1942 Long Island .......... ..............1942 378 4,351 22.1 7;514 24.2 12,496 3,812 895 9,798 342 78.4 30.5 38.9 45.4 57.8
379 772 1,360 2,252 565 130 1,565 148 69.5 25.1 36.1 42.3 60.9 1941 1941 379 3,564 6,o047 10,158 2,742 651 7.729 245 76.1 27.0 35.5 468 61.5
10,215 52,878 29.3 12,705 90.7 70,365 19,984 3,030 45,792 12,057 65.1 28.4 43.6 32.9 50.6 1942 Pennsylvania .................. .......... .......1942 10,215 231,792 34.6 54,948 61.2 308209 95.208 14,437 220,33 34,277 71.5 30.9 43.2 36.4 50.
10:,246 40,891 6:664 51,773 17,482 2,:449 37,153 7,995 71.8 3.8 47.1 339 73 1941 19413.9 10,246 172,256 34,089 224566 74,196 11,820 164,216 32,590 73.1 33.0 45.2 35.5 48.6
1,424 7,451 25.6 553 81.3 8,403 2,338 410 5,369 1,619 63.9 27.8 43.5 33.2 51.9 1942 Reading......................................... ..... 1942 1,429 35,724 29.4 2,338 57.8 39,834 11,006 2,008 25,832 7.389 64.8 27.6 42.6 34.1 52.6
1,438 5,934 305 6,527 1,870 255 4,210 1,553 64.5 28.7 44.4 32.5 50.4 1941 1941 1,438 27,602 1 30,430 8,421 1,266 20,279 6,510 66.6 27.7 41.5 35.4 53.2
Pocahontas Region:
3,124 15,198 20.6 821 98.8 16,632 3,917 931 8,073 2,637 48.5 23.6 48.5 21.5 44.3 1942 Chesapeake & Ohio.................. 1942 3,124 62,541 28.4 3,042 81.3 67,783 18,982 4,342 38,208 12,502 56.4 28.0 49.7 24.1 42.8
3,124 12,602 413 13,485 3,201 715 6,513 4,833 48.3 23.7 49.1 20.8 43.O 1941 1941 3,119 48,725 1,678 52,139 15,689 3,571 30,643 14,114 58.8 30.1 51.2 23.9 40.6
2,164 11,368 12.7 558 102.7 12,234 3,574 1,120 6,363 1,732 52.0 29.2 56.2 19.5 37.6 1942 Norfolk & Western.. ......... ............... 1942 2,175 50,589 21.1 2,123 41.8 54,156 16,650 4,689 30,477 8,604 56.3 30.7 54.6 21.7 38.5
2,191 10,085 275 10,607 2,957 550 5,301 3,265 50.0 27.9 55.8 18.7 37.4 1941 1941 2,191 41,767 1,498 44,473 14,527 2,761 25,791 11,683 58.0 32.7 56.3 21.4 36.8
Southern Region:
5,008 7,479 68.8 1,770 123.1 9,803 2,113 459 5,295 2,623 54. 21.6 39.9 28.1 52.1 1942 Atlantic Coast Line-... ...... --- .. 1942 5,009 31,049 48.7 8,742 43.4 42,560 9,789 1,913 25,432 10,307 59.8 23.0 38.5 31.1 52.0
5,097 4,431 793 5,719 1,388 199 3,714 1,166 5.0 24.3 37.4 34.3 52.7 194 1941 5,098 20,887 6,096 29,548 6,937 986 19,183 6,o69 64.9 23.5 36.2 34.4 52.9
1,816 1,790 24.1 305 97.3 2,248 592 113 1,521 577 67.7 26.3 38.9 34.1 .4 1942 Central of Georgia.--............... 1942 1,816 8,058 18.7 1,42 72.1 10,38 2867 4587,598 1,97 735 277 377 38.1 51.9
1,864 1443 154 1,775 509 72 1,297 335 73.1 28.7 39.3 36.5 49.9 19 41*194 1,864 6,787 814 ,45 2,41 361 6,333 1373 74.928.5 381 38. 5.8
1,969 2,656 48.3 117 160.6 2,869 716 82 1,607 499 56.0 25.o0 44.5 24.9 44.5 1942 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio-------------------------1942 1,969 10,959 2.3 373 65.4 11,763 3,488399 ,756 1733 65.9 29.6 45 28.3 43.
1,973 1,791 45 1,911 559 71 1,296 291 67.8 29.2 43.1 29.0 42.8 1941 194 1973 8,544 226 9126 2612354 183 1401 67.8 28.6 42.2 29.3 43.
4,950 1155 -60.2 1,45 87.4 15,620 4,374 732 9,390 2,67 60.1 28.0 46.6 27.7 46.1 1942 Illinois Central..........................................1942 4,950 55,906 43.3 6,671 48.1 66,720 2,209 3,441 44628 9,89 66.9 30. 45.3 31.6 47.2
4,951 8211 77 9,895 3.267 554 7,087 1,996 71.6 33.O 46.1 33.1 46.2 1941 1941 4950 39,010 4,505 7,162 14552 2,795 33,485 9,934 71.0 30.9
4,798 11,680 41.6 1,623 161.5 14,001 3,476 601 8,170 1,331 8.4 24.8 42.6 29.192 Louisville & Nashville ...- ----....................... 194 498 51,85 32.8 6,596.2 61,197 16,973 2998 63 63.427.7 4
4:5 8251 621 9:,455 2:659 373 6:178 2,096 53 28.1 430 32. 9.8 194 194 4.866 3.694 3.360 44,.818 13.591 1.854 3. 9,047 67.9 30.3 4.6 32.4 47.7
4,244 6,668 63.0 2,005 198.3 9,142 2,100 211 5,251 3,075 57.4 23.o 40O. 29.0 50.5 1942 Seaboard Air Line..............................-- ..... 1942 4,293 27,877 47.5 8,941 72.8 39,175 10,379 1,o o425,531 10,038 65.2 26, 40.7 31.9 49.0
4,310 4,089 672 5,162 1,725 202 3,923 707 76.0 33. 44.0 34.8 45.8 1941 1941 4310 18,900 5,174 26,272 8,040 1,O14 19,379 4,164 73.8 30. 41.5 347 47.0
6.519 13,282 38.7 2,908 193.3 17,112 4,281 801 9,462 3,908 553 25.0 45.2 26.2 47.4 1942 Southern..- --....... ................ .........1942 6,519 8,47 32.6 9,719 100.4 72438 20,153 3,746 44946 14,256 62.0 278 44 29.7 47.9
6,567 9.575 991 11,364 3,065 330 7,173 2,642 63.1 27.0 42.7 31.4 49.8 1941 1941 6,567 ,44086 4,849 52,640 14,191 1,554 33,587 12,185 63.8 27.0 42.3 31.9 49.9
1,550 2,175 62.1 143 104.2 2,435 546 48 1,435 714 58.9 22.4 38.1 32.1 54.6 1942 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley....................1942 1,550 10,599 78.6 665 115.6 11,744 2,285 228 6,382 4,o61 54.3 19.5 35.8 30.6 56.3
1.570 1,342 70 1,507 373 47 981 325 65.1 24.7 38.0 35.1 53.8 1941 1941 1,593 5,936 309 6,672 1,677 228 4,667 1.050 69.9 25.1 35.9 38.8 55.5


Percent Increase computed on units of dollar.
SInoludes amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
(Over)


## Report of reoelver or receivers,.
/ Includes Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
- Decrease or deficit.














INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


MAY 1942


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1942 AND 1941 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1942 AND 1941

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expenses, expenses.
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railway eating Average Depreci- railway eating
of road Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded Total eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income cent) eating eating eating eating operated in- in- nance in pre- income cent) eating eating eating eating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column 6 nues penses nues penses column a nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) I (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) 1(p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y ) (Z() (s) (bb) (cc)(dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollarss*
8,265 8,578 '16.3 $1,589 60.1 $11,061 $3,246 $465 $1,44 $2,051 67-3 293 43.6 32.648.4 1942 Chicago & w Nortr esterg n .... 835 9 31,14 2 32 91,1 2,01 37 ,3065 75 31.5 41.4 37. 5.1
8,5419 74,68674 992 9,272 2468 645 124 1,459 1,675 71.2 31.2 44.2 134.1 53.0 1942 uu, e Iron nge... 1942319 31,112 4,597 39,816 2,901 62 5,209 1,282 31 6 55.7 21. 40.5
1,502 1,712 3.1 220.5 1,940o 49 1,314 169 .67.7 26.0 383 35. 52.2 1942 Chicago Great Western-1942-1,502 8,56 14.3-461 92.2 9,66--2,496-241-6,653N1,028268.8425.8 3765236,25
1,502 1,948 568 542 7 1178 683 25.8 119 46.0 13. 52.2 941 1941 1,52 7 8,285 2,080 2361,022 6. 5.1 .7 6. 05
U; r38 7 1:157 6:.9 2 37G33-5:3 25
10,821 1,46 21.9 1,172 77-7 13,; 9 4,700 9,20 2,063 70.4 3 29 : .7 31.6 4:49 1942 Chicago, Milwnukee, St. Paul & Pacific-. 1942 10,821 699 29.1 44 44.2 65,297 1,605 3,7 44,782 11,533 68.6 28.5 41.
10,855 9,398 6 11,195 4,08 54 8,385 1,679 7.9 36.5 48.7 33.0 44.1 1941 1941 10,855 4,382 3,133 50,581 15,000 27,85 35,895 9,33 71.0 29. 4. 3. 4.
5629. 1:37 7.4 182 55-3 1,8A 2 7 o 1:20 9 0 3 8.8 40 "- 2. 5 -6 1942 e ma.. 1942 1,629 405 19.4 828o 351 6 122 s 9

4 686 18.7 1 .5- 8 645 124 1,4 9 1,162 26.6 11.: 44.2: 141 5:. 1942 Duluth, Miseabe & Iron Range ...........-.... 1942 ; 0 59.9 106 283.6 428 ;9 6,3 959 1 ,
; :941 Z 8l 542 74 11a 26, ; 2683 25.8 7 11.9 46:o 13:1 51.0 1541 541 7,,rn g1499 72 C6ny........9 ;2 3. 45











7:62 I; p; 2246 82 8: ,61 i68.2 33.4sa s49.0ad 2i9....9 2.4 2 65.8 4 2
98O7 11,468 418.8 578 72.1 1 ,170 3,87 09 7,662 3.631 57.2 29.5 0.7 24.7 42.4 1942 Great Northern .............-- .....-- ........... 1942 8 7 4 34.2 2,,7 7.6 52,24 6 17,467 32 35,619 7,63 36.233.4
o9:074 9,65 M6' 1,:95 57.0 36 <. 3. l2 4l ,39,863 57.2 2802:. .15 7,0 2 90 7,363 69605 71.4 44. 2
4,277 3,0 0 11. 97 64.5 3,38 1,137 186 2,520 60 74.4 3.6 45.1 3. 8 4.7 12 inneapols St. Paulan s. r 1942 &.270 103 46.2 2 43.3 137 ,5 1 81 1,898 76.7 31.7 .
4 271 2,762 59 3,055 1,028 106 2,212 71 72.4 33-7 46.5 33- 46.1 1941 194l 4,270 10732 29 12,271 4, 532 8176 9,76 1,987 79.4 32.8 41.3 40.3 50.8
67,88 7,58 634.3 56 89: 80.3 8,77 3,524 4 ,52996 66 .,779 71.3 : .3 49.5 30. 42.1 1942 MsoNorthern Pacific.--..---- .... 1942 6,85 4,7--- 4. 14 6,89 34,630 41.5 255 44 14,474' 29.,T6 76 374.1 4. 32. .0
6719 5,620 37 6, 22164 351 4,637 1:532 71. 33. 46.7 31.0 43.3 1941 1941 6,719 N 24,25 ,4 28,339 9, 1,8 s 21,49 5,4 75. 3.3- 43 34. 4.
959 1,712 43-.9 71.9 2 ,762 635 24 4 27 6.1 26.9 40.1 3.9 50.6 1942 Alton --..... .................................................1942 99 7,927 47.6 1,656 41.9 10725 266 118 7,662 1,304 71.4 24.9 4. 9. .
959 1,189 124 ; 49 0 23 1,222 151 7Z.2 29.1 39.3 93 7 51. l0 l 9414 99 5,372 1,167 7,607 2,078 114 5,691 52 74. 27. 36.5 3. 53.1
13,62 21,951 4. 88 145.6 27,6 ,424 127 16,27 5 .386 59.1 27.0 45.6 2. 4. 1942 AtchisonTopeka & Santoe Fe a/........................ 1942 6 3,3 7 4.5 1,678 80.6 120,358 22 75,396 21, 4. 30.6 48.8
13,431 14,81 157 17,77 6,160 1,20 8 2,86 72.01 .532. .4 94 941 13431 2874 8125 7, 2 7,33 5,062 5910 10,501 76.0 35.-3 4. 35. 4.
9 ,0 5 942 30.0 1,279 62.1 11,769 3,7 4 60 ,000 1,54 68.07 31.7 46.8 303:.9 1942 Chicago. Burlington & Quinoy-...........- 19425 9,01 4,29 33.2 5 ,4 6 .4 566 2,15,7 2,840 36,412 9,,3 65.0 27.0 6 3. 4.
958 7 8 79 9047 3, 10 614 77.7 38.1 49-. 33.4 53 12941 1941 8,93,003 3,814 42 1 12927 2,312 30,585 ,319 72.2 30!. 3.45
387 ,9 1 5,68 670 1.3 28.0 40.7 33.0 1941 S7slnd 194157Chibago,23.8lains.2....... 191 14:47 24 6,12 325.0 696,.52 1 96 2:4.5 20.9 3.6 .
7 .1 1,5 1126 ,727 :71 :,698 2, 6871. 3 0.8 43. 3 46 19021 Chicago Rock & Pa ifio. 19412 7,969 23 36,459 10,2282 1,819 26,145 71.7 298.1 39.1" 6 5.
4,2 47.0 1942 Denver & Rio Orande Western-............... 1942 142,15 59.9 1,146103.6 163,54 4,781 612 11,542 4,99 68.5 28.4 41.6 34.1 49.8
074;4l7671.8 40292 187.8 3,866,7 1,155 11588 2,566,O 66 4 4. 1941 2,13 569 1086 4 340 547 89 99 6 7. 4.8 4a3 31. 42.
8:56 21929 433-7 4011 9115.5 27, 0.4 41.7 19592 91786,748 456:11,920 6.7;109,2:2 4,278 78,81984211,1.Pac1CompanyL7/...........................19319.:;6401,91239,87183,6202,2 68 5741&25 :2 250.6
3..93415: 1, 243 -.--1367.897051

91761 16,5136 12,392 1,552 75.0 35. 3175 42.o0 1941Suw7,'2 9,896 1,:O75150 75,025 3,390 57,412 6,389.76.5 34.95 .4
3,293 3,198 48.0 524 193.9 4,026 1,367 96 2,42993 4 74.3 4.045-7 33.2 7447 1942 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines. .....192,133 46.9 12,0 767' ,. 1,058 77.1202530.421 9.6 37
3,293 2,162 178 2,595 8g1l 96 2,092 135 0 3.. 147 1941 1941 3,293210,232-r,323,
77 11 570 62. 8 1,296 93.0 13,O774 352 404 996 4, IO51, 8 24.3 41.9 9 1.2 0. 3: 19412 Missouri Paoific............................. .......... 1942,7 48,79 42.3478.1 :51 51,416 1,976,37618,7326 6,,
6718,586T2,30 3770.87o1,

1,855 2,92 2,539 7 2 106 1:9 1 9 30.0 5029-3043.8 1941 1941 1,886 991,12,7 3,585 528 68209 252 67.5.295 43
4,765 i2: 2 5.6 8114.3 6,476 1,855 253 4,420 1,674 68.3 28.:6 4. 33.84 49. 1942 St. Louis-San Franciscoo & 1279 87..................142,,,0565 119.6 29,1.1i711, 1,262.20,932 6,443 717 29 4 6 .6 4.
159 137 1 3 39 107 d 5 7 .0 27 30 384 51.2 1941 1341 15965 5 685 1859520 d 76.0 27.0 -5-5 39.4 51.9
1,617 3,720 s4.7 197 297.4 4,014 870 60 2,064 870 51.4 21.7 42.1 24.9 48.4 1942 St. Louis Southwestern Lines. ............. 194 1,617 15,344 56.4 731 215.0 16,534 3,21 299012 3,477 '!i.5 21.2 31 4 5.3
1,617 2,o14 50 2,136 571 55 1,319 552261.7 26.7 43.3 27-3 44.2 1941 14 1,629 9,811 232 10,392 2,635 272 6,317 2,737 60.25.427.6
41 1 1641 51.7 901'62.4'1,7,7g 4:7 142 Texas & New Orleans......................1942 424 9 I 5 3525 93.0 33,97 8 628 19,958 6999 8.7 25.6 43.6 27.3 465
:o745 1, 6 115 3.9:, 6 T 29" .9 9_1,4-3 ,141,.. . . .1 1 4,22,0 "_6_573 15 0- 4 ,7.o.


* Percent lnorease computed on unite of dollar,.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
a/Inoludes Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Oolorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Inoludes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Decrease or deficit.
S(over)


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1942-0-475213


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