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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
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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 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.
 Record Information
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
ddc - 385.0973 fU56ol
System ID: AA00015604:00021
 Related Items
Preceded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam roads
Succeeded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large railways

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UNIV. OF FL Lt.
DOCUMENTS DEPL




U.S. DEPOWTORY


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

FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1942 AND 1941 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1942 AND 1941
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expense e s, expenses.
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railway eating Average Depreci- railway ating
of road Per- Per- All action in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All action 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 ating (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) acting eating eating eating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column 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) (a) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa) (bb)) (c) (dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*

8,265 89,119 23.1 *1,745 32.2 $11,827 83,353 $473 :566 $2,726 64.0 28.4 44.3 30.8 49.1 1942 Norc r esteem R 1942 8,265 $47,964 24.5 $8,16 38.4 61,860 19,095 2,903 44,609 t9,792 72.1 30. 42Regi 35.6 49.4
Chicago & North Western_.#_ 3..........................-194248,265.047,964924 .5 $s,156 39.4 $661 60 719,09P0$2
8,308 7,7409 1,319 9,591 2,914 40 6,627 1,901 69.1 30.4 44.0 33.1 47.9 1941 1941 9,317 39,521 5,917 49,546 15,354 2,412 36,699 7,293 74.1 31.0 41.8 36.8 49.7
1,502 1,770 15.5 109 55.1 2,005 503 49 187 64.8 25.1 38.7 33.5 51.6 1942 Chicago Great Western .... 1942 1,502 10,337 14.5 570 83. 11,668 2,999 2o ,95 1,215 68.2 25.7 37.7 36.1 53.0
1,502 1,533 70 1,717 443 47 1,16 250 66.2 25.8 39.0 33.7 50.9 1941 1941 1,502 9,028 310 10,003 2,523 293 1,271 67.9 25.2 37.1 35.6 52.4
10,21 11,541 21.7 1,38899 54.6 14,264 5,59 94 10,09 2,048 70.8 35.5 50.1 30.1 42.6 1942 Chicago Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific. 1942 10,40 27.7 6,337 46.3 79,56 23,664 4,7 5,75 13,581 69. 29.7 43.1 33 49.
10,955 9,44 9 11,526 4,165 504 ,57 1,699 74.4 36.1 4.6 32.5 43.7 19411941 10955 51867 4,330 62,07 19,165 3,028 44,471 i ,132 71.6 30.9 43.1 34. 4.5
1,629 1,571 15.1 215 30.6 1,916 613 54 1,43 219 77.4 32.0 41.3 39.6 51.1 1942 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha._.1942 1,629 ,95 18.7 1,43 34.2 10,726 3,230 304 ,611 813 90.3 30.1 37.5 4
1,629 1,365 165 1,658 516 44 1,287 144 77.6 31.1 39.9 51.4 1941 1941 1,629 7,565 8,985 2,638 268 7,253 426 90.7 29.4 36.4 44.3 54.9
544 4,762 21.8 2 24.6 5,576 650 125 1,480 978 26:5 11.6 43.9 14.2 53-5 1942 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range--.....-- 1942 543 13,211 20.6 9 29. 15,2 3,551 ~ 6,69 2,259 43.5 23.1 53. 1.9 3.
2 3,908 2 4532 41 74 1,172 2,617 25.8 10.8 41.9 13.9 53.9 1941 1941 542 1,957 12 12,682 2,663 2 5.125 4,156 .4 21.0 52.0 17.6 43.6
,07 7 12,052 25.6 24 46.9 1,16 4,0 76 3 3,590 56.4 2.6 .7 2.6 419 1942 Great Northern.... ._- 42 ,077 ,o62 32.3 3,171 47.4 6,352 21,497 4,19 ,5T 12,221 5. 32.4 9. 3.5
3,175 36 32 57. 2.5 49.3 24.6 42.6 94 1941 8,069 43,8993 2,151 50,16 16,265 2,169 34306 9,953 69.4 32.6 47.7 .2 44.2
4,277 3,112 10o3 149 8.9 3,498 1,147 185 2,569 572 735 32.98 44.6 35.2 47.9 1942 Minneapolis. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie. _1942 4,277 17,084 23.0 559 44.8 18,828 6,013 1,076 14,331 2,470 76.1 31.9 42.o 36 50.7
4,271 2,821 100 3,174 911 106 2,137 667 67.3 28.7 42.6 33.0 49.o 1941 1941 4,270 13,894 385 15,445 4,933 639 11,884 1,654 76.9 31.9 41.5 3898 50.4
6,889 7,975 37.4 746 40.2 9,448 3,232 9as 6,465 1,998 68.4 34.2 50.0 28.5 41.7 1942 Northern Pacific--....--......................... 1942 6,889 42,605 14o0.s 3,119 54.4 49,489 17,269 4,362 36,144 9,621 73.0 34.9 47. 31.8 43.6
6,719 5,803 532 6,889 2,125 358 4,819 1,702 69.9 30.8 44.1 31.8 45.5 1941 1941 6.719 30,269 2,020 35,228 11.568 1,846 26,310 7,127 74.7 32.8 44.0 34.2 43.
,2431,2 9 235Central Western Region:
959 1,944 55.1 459 38.8 2,676 729 24 1,672 356 62.8 27.2 43.4 30.1 48.0 1942 "Alton....................-................................................ 1942 959 9,871 49.0 2,115 41.2 13,4O1 3,396 142 9,342 1,661 697 25.3 363 37.9 54.4
959 1,254 331 1,823 497 23 1,26 266 69.4 27.2 39.2 35.4 51.0 1941 1941 959 6,626 1,498 9,430 2,574 137 6,956 768 73.98 27.3 37.0 38.9 52.7
13,63 2, 52.4 4,036 102.3 30,86 87 1,335 16,834 6,10 6: 25:5 46.8 26.1 47.9 1942 Atchison, Topeka & Santo Fe a/............. 1942 13,6 122,31 54.3 18,713 4.9 151,227 41,11 ,537 92,230 27,5 61.0 2.6
13,431 16,438 1,995 19,734 6,087 1,030 13,139 3,346 -a/ 3..8.46.3 31.-3 47.0 l94-1 39312 10;12 9 7,22 461 6,092 72,49 ,549 6. 66.4
0 146.3 31.3 413,3 79,31210,120 97,292 333,46
9,085 10,117 35.3 1,545 66.6 12,802 4,109 604 8,447 2,157 66.0 32.1 48.6 28.6 43.4 1942 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy---------..----- 1942 9,090 55,407 33.6 7,014 47.9 68,838 19,245 3,443 44,859 11522 65.2 28.0 42.9 31.6 4.5
8,958 7,478 927 9,409 3,159 471 6,796 1,016 722 33.6 46.5 32.4 44. 1941958 9 91 1,1 4,741 51,779 16,085 2,72 37,381 7335 72.2 31.1 43.0 34.7 .1
7,92 7,891 16.1 1,887 95.2 lo311 2,863 357 6,928 2,823 65.0 27.2 41.9 30.9 47.5 1942 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific............... 1942 7,930 44,264 22.0 8,822 71.3 7112 15,394 2219 39,234 12,620 6. 26.9 32 49
79 6,798 967 8,328 2,589 362 5,937 1,507 713 311 43.6 32.8 46.1 1941 1941 7,961 36,277 5,150 44,786 12,817 2,181 32,083 7,692 71. 28.6 40.0 34.9 4.7
2,422 3,683 79.6 324 65.7 4,215 1,113 188 2,449 1510 58.1 26.4 45.4 26.5 457 1942 Denver & Rio Grande Western...................... 1942 2,42 18,577 63.5 1,510 97.6 21,070 5,94 1,000 13,991 5,514 66.4 2.0 42.1 32.6 49.
2,547 2,050 195 2,369 889 112 1,881 282 79.4 37.5 47.2 33.3 41.9 1941 1941 2,548 11,363 764 12,755 5,229 659 10,872 549 85.2 41.0 4.1 35.9 42.1
,564 2,998 46.2 4,319 77.8 30,575 7,16 1,596 17,811 5690 5:3 23.5 40.3 28.8 49.5 1942 Southern Pacific Company /......................... 1942 8,569 125,910 44.1 21,236 82.0 158, 39,9 7,55 10,411 28,843 63. 2.1 393 32. 5.6
8,593 16,419 2,430 20,25 4,811 576 13,026 449 4.3 23.8 36.9 33.9 52.7 1941 1941 ,599 7,371 11,67 106,774 26,543 3,363 72,902 21,277 69.3 24.9 36.4 36.3 53.1
9,852 21,969 60.9 3,679 60.4 27,693 9,02 957 377 6 32.7 51.5 24.9 39.3 1942 Union Pacific.................... ....................... 1942 9,864 112,118 48.4 15599 65.2 137, 9 5,21 96,1 14,938 70.1 33. 48.2 30.0 42.
9,72 13,653 2,293 17,380 6445 692 3,422 1,481 77.2 37.1 4.0 31.9 41.3 1941 94 9,884 75,553 9443 92,5 32663 4,2 70,833 7,870 76.7 35.3 6.1 33.3 43.4
3,29)3' 47.2 129.2 24:t 1,61 252 62 j:14496Southwestern Region:
!7.219,23.293 18,607 47.0 2,974714019 23:3891,7665:,569 71. 46.6
3:,293 7 62 2 9. 3.6 :.1 41.6 192 M4our3Kasas-Texas Lines......................... 192 3,293 0 140.9 5 570 1660 39 7. 30
0 9 13 33 5 47.0 194 1941 3,293 12,661 1,23 15,304 ,5 577 11,694 ,389 76.4 30.5 39.9 3.9 4.3
7,128 12,280 62.6 1,66 156.7 14,767 3,429 447 ,112 5,044 54.9 23.2 42.3 27.3 49.7 1942 Missouri Pacifio...................................1942 7,134 61,072 46.o 7,032 91.5 73,353 18,844 2,424 45,496 20,12 62.0 257 41.4 312 50.3
7,138 7,553 626 8,907 2,787 375 6,147 1,825 69.0 31.3 45.3 31.6 4. 1941 i1941 7,144 41,935 3,672 49,771 15,3o4 2,253 35,225 9,185 70.9 30.7 43*4 33.9 47.9
-1,9 3,00 4.6 779 139.7 4,113 1,.7 2, 1,2 6.7 2 .6 2. 1942 Texas & Pacific ...... .................. 194 1,9 1,366 27.7 762 1. ,96 96 65 13,473 4,365 6. 44.1 29.0
1,993 2,066 325 2,600 1 109 548 511 28.. 43.9 2.6 1 941 2 160.1 20,969................................. 3 2
4,765 ,545 28.6 963 86.4 6,989 1,882 253 4,491 2,044 64.3 26.9 41.9 31.6 49.2 1942 st. ouis-san Francisco ..... 1942 4,766 29,916 25.2 4,593 111.7 36,10o lo,594 1,516 25,423 ,488 70.3 29.3 41.7 34. 49.5
4,769 ,313 515,207 1,616 250 3,635 1,120 69.8 31.0 44.4 32.7 46.9 1941 1941 ,769 23,090 2,69,929 1,503 20,07 5,093 3 35.2
159 1 121-7 6 300.2 ?14 55 160 113 50.1 17 3 24 557 1942 St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas....-- ....1942 159 1,244 573 22 224.9 1,300 300 835 245 64.3 23.1 35.9 34~: 53.4
159 36 2 4 3 113 79.1 29.9 37.7 39.4 499 1941 1941 159 790 7 827 227- 633 d 1 76.5 27.5 359 39 515
1,617 3, 771 126 903 4,113 794 61 2,017 5 90 4.1 193 9.4 2.05 .9 194 St. Louis Southwestern Lines-........ 1942 1,617 19,232 6.2 857 187.3 20,647 4,315 356 11,029 4,379 .4 20.9 391 : 26.4 2
1,617 2,196 66 2,336 729 56 1,517 295 .9 31.2 .0 2.5 .9 1941 1941 1,627 12,007 9.7 6 12,729 3,363 329 733 3,032 5 26 42.9 27
4,172 6,612 60.2 1,066 132 9,13 1,74 126 4,145 1,5140 50.9 21.9 43.0 24.0 47.1 1942 Texas & New orleans ... ...1942 4,147 35,262 .7 4,516 101.0 42,109 10,497 754 24,103 539 57.2 249 43.5 26.7 46.6
4,417 4,12 49 4,922 1,430 114 3197 1,162 64.9 29. 44.7 29.9 44.3 1941 1941 4,417 22,790 2,247 27,010 7,886 1,197 5,22 67.4 29.2 433 30.8 45.7


* Percent increase omputed on units of dollars.
- Includes amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacifio Steamship Lines.
Decrease or deficit.
(Over)


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


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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Subject to revision


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


Statement No. M-150
JUNE 1942


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

FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1942 AND 1941 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1942 AND 1941

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, N expenses, expenses,
Freight Passenger D Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway ating-
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- clouded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- clouded Total eating (per- Oper- Oper- per- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income cent) eating eating eating ting operated ir- in- nance in pre- income cent) eating ting ting ting
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ex- rave- ex-
column nues penses nues pens column es pses nes pe
(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)
(Mony iemsin Iouan__or-olars


20l;19


1:906
1,844
1,:852
849
849
98

2,251
2,257
1,0 o26
1,0o26
1,263
1;,269
10,915
10,942
1,688
1,705
2,055
2,102
233
232



6,248
6,370
661
711
925
925
392
390
378
379
10:26

1,425
1,:438
3,118
3:124
2,164
2,191
5,008
5,0S5
1,816
1,864
1,969
1,973
4,950
14,951
4,8
4:,803
4,244
4,310



1,550
1,570


#452, 15

5,015
3,850
7,6:5
5:860
3,847
2,777
4,880go
4:,286
10,011
8,182
2,258
2,388



36,l94



3lm
3,093
2,916
2,585
5.708
,233
22,367
17,053
4,115
3,339

1: 6
402










10,343
10,239







12,125
7,869

12,050
9,106

14059




10,404


33.1

30.2

30.6

38.5

13.9

22.3



29.4

27.4

47.8

5.3

12.8

34.8

31.2

23.3

21.1

10.8

19.3

26.3

23.0

11.6

1.0

68.6

26.0

39.8

54.1

32.3

66.1



88.8


* Percent Inorease computed on unlts of dollars.
STInoludes amort lation of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
(Over)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


*1242;3 37-4 *t566: *^:33B 9
1,291 92.8 6,915 1,753 1
670 5,070 1,265 1:
4 ,53 72.0 13,187 3,060 3
2,635 9,309 2,487 2
114 87.8 4,050 1,180 1
61 2,931 814
768 43.7 6,257 1,263
535 5,363 1,231 a
620 43.1 11,474 2,940 5
434 9,232 2,257 3
150 50.0 2,567 797 1
100 2,687 746
298 77.4 6,702 1,654
168 5,087 1,145
9,875 67.1 50,442 14,406 2,1
5,911 38,171 11,549 1,5
145 87.5 ,319 1,503 2
77 4,971 1,075 1
178 76.4 3,619 1,209 2
101 3,383 1,032 1
S56.8 3,78 1,130 2
S 2,704 936 2
476 67.7 6,494 1,606 2
284 4,827 1,349 i
2,307 76.3 25,953 7,798 9
1,308 19,342 5,897 6
590 49.8 4,977 1,442 1
394 3,939 1,062 1
342 79.9 1,883 5
190 ;1490 41
2,725 769 2
2,457 512 1
1,945 27.1 3027 969 1
1,530 2,446 599 1
1;,558 83.8 71,413 20,087 2,
7,378 53,572 17,59N 2,Z
589 109.9 8,620 2,460 4
280 6,804 1,951 2
39 3.2 16,377 3,982 9
39 138 14205 3,18 7
7 132.6 11'419 3,756 1,1
10,806 2,794 5
1,931 170.6 9,407 2,055 4
714 5,231 1,397 2
405 153.0 2,458 619 1
160 1,814 495
1 89.2 2,718 712
89. 1.957 582
1,492 70.7 14,290 4,629 6
874 9,458 3,331 5
1,827 176.3 14,533 3,547 6
661 10,268 2,861 3
S 2,oo009 150.6 9,215 2,149 2
802 5,199 1,803 2
S 3,144 161.2 17,437 4,275 S
1a203 11,425 396 3
173 66.9 2,922 574
1041,593 384


98
99
72
18



179
95
442
206
70
13
17
97

37
187
22
26
140
55
99



82
81
14
29
18
10
52
52
26

104
79
35
89
00
419
252



50
49
02
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73

72
690
.55
629
378
216
205

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48
45


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141






3,1442
7,115
5,715
1,810
1,723
4,146
3,150
32,511
26,391
3,859
2,745
2,600
2,326
2,071
1,755
4,046
3:290
16,968
12,997
3,410
2,587
13o

1,762
1,320
2,164
1,623
145,1445
37,237
g,444
4,350

8,061
6,592
6,536
5,151
5,124
3,554
1,548
1,291
1,616
1,289
9,431
7,016
8,238
6,409

5,262
3,968
9,1419
7,1492
1,435
987


$107 148
83,688
1,425
1,o4o
2,821
1,688
782
826
1,014
1,185
2,208
2,009

696
1,047
1,162
7,802
5,365
1,062
1,303
537
590
1499
778
735
832
,010

p71

243
119
237
625
223
209
N


13,695
10,090
1,642
1:460
2,682
4,893
1,691
3,256
1,784
816
706
391



1,684
1,662
2:444
2,1



3,23

1,191
143


33.7

29.8

35.6

45.3

19.7

27.6

d 11.0

27.6

26.0


47.4
477.5
50.7
53:1
50.9
50.6





52.7
49.1
51.7


48.7
18.9
54.

5539.6



47.7
49.1
52.6







46.5
4852.7
59.2
39.8
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47.2






45
52.3
53.0


1942 Total-Roads listed herein...............................---------. 94
1941 1941
New England Region:
1942 Boston & Maine ------- ----1942
1941 1941
1942 New York, New Haven & Hartford ........... 1942
1941 1941
Great Lakes Region:
1942 Delaware & Hudson .................................... 1942
1941 1941
1942 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western-------.............. 1942
1941 1941
1942 Erie. .-. .-. ... - 1942
1942 1941

1942 Grand Trunk Western ..... ............... 1942
1942 1941
1942 Lehigh Valley-----.. ..-------.......... 1942
1941 1941
1942 New York Central a/ ........................---- ..-- 1942
1941 1941
1942 New York, Chicago & St. Louis.....------ 1942
1941 1941
1942 Pere Marquette .----------......---.-- ------..-- 1942
194

1942 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ---- .. --- 1942

192 Wabash....................... ------- 1942
1942 1941
Central Eastern Region:
1942 Baltimore & Ohio --------.............. 1942
1941 1941
1942 Central of New Jersey ................ ..... 1942
1941 1941
1942 Chicago & Eastern Illinois1-9-- 2........ .... 1942

1942 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .- -- --- .... 1942

1942 Long island------ ... ...... ..... 191 4

1942 Pennsylvania......---..............................1942
1941 1941
1942 Reading............ .--..--- .---.-- ..........-- --- ....... - 2
Pocahontas Region:
1 9 4 2 C h e s a p e a k e & O h io .-- ...-.. . . . . .......-- ...- -- 1 9 4 2
1941 1941
1942 Norfolk & Western .... ...... ... ... ..1942
1941 1.41
Southern Region: 1
1942 Atlantic Coast Line...............--- .............. .142
1941 1;41
1942 Central of Georgia..#.-----........-- ...------.1;42

S 2 G Oulf, Mobile & Ohio- ........----------------.1942
12 1941
1942 Illinois Central-............................-- --1942
1941 1941
1942 Louisville & Nashville....................................1942
1941 1941
1942 Seaboard Air Line-...............--.....-......- --1942
1941 1941
142 Southern.........-- ---.....--.....--.......--...........1942

1942 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley....................-- 1942
1941 1941


201,292
202:,069
1,865
1:906
1,841
1,651
849
849
985
995
2,251
2,260
1,026
1,026
1,263
1:269
10,916
10,943
1,688
1,705
2,055
2,102
232
232
2,396
2:409
6,262
6,378
661
711
925
925
392
390
378
379
10,215
o10:246
1, 428
1:438
3,1
3,1
2,174
2,191
'00
,o097

1,864

1,969
1,973
4,950
4,950
4,798
4,856

4,310
6,519
6,567
1,550
1,589


$2,967,07 847,724
2,8:5,473 657,099


#2,402,150
1,796,003
27,388
21,099
42,640
31,434
20,890
14,376
27,322
22,832

,4237
12,298
13,818
30,796
24,130
197,248
156,572
39,419
26, 91
is a
17:,93
15,454
12,900



122, 761
92,301
22,728
16,959

1:949
14,462
12,231

,298
,358
284,835
214,244
43,400
33,842


6o,932
52,o07
8,087
9,062
9,967
8,303
13,499
10,362


46,879
6,.435
47,800
34,618
22,959
71,847
53,585

1;:3


6,050
3,700
21,897
13,968
616
411

4,014
3,127



~65
1,1466
981

45,890
30,769
m

765
178
381
266
2,217
1,356


2,888
2,106

1. 96z
9


9,459
7,577

68,5o6
41,467
2,927
1,762

1,980
:072
2,859
1:814
10,673
6,810

1,807

467
275
8,163
5,378
8,419
4,021
10,950
5,976
12,863
6,052
a88
412


13,77 962,76 488,885 66.1 28.6 43.2
97:19 1:524263 384:,148 69.7 30.1 43.1


63.5

56.8

50.0

28.4

44.6

55.2

49.4

49.1

134.1

60.0

43.4

63.5

63.9

37.1

65.2



24.8

65.2

66.1

92.1

57.6

56.7

85.4

69.7

51.8

109.4

83.2

112.5

103.4


36,717
27,851
69,882
49,972
22,00?
15,3o94



63,436
49,582
13,948
15,269
34,215
26,611
266,979
208,658
39,989
27,591
20,023
19,102
16,269
13,54t8





27,111
20,253
10,226
8,908

16 276
13.968
15,523
12,:e3
379,622
78,138
48,454
37,233
84,160
66,344
65,575
55,278
51.967
34,779
12,797
1': 264
14,481
11,083
81,010
56,619
75,730
55,086

31,;72
89,876
6:065
14,666
8,265


9,664
6,975
16,722
13,453


6,7
4:U39

;19
16,379
12,210
4,616
4:,076
8,883
6,053
81,231
64:212
8,152
6,008
6,842
5,842
6,093
5,327
8,278
7,529







4,298
2,:967
4,781
3,341
115,295
91,790
13,466
10,372
22,964
18,876
20,406
17,321
11,845
8,334
3,486
2,906
4,200
3,193
24,838
17,883
20,521
16,452
12,528
9,843
24,428
17,287

2,859
2,o61


963
710

2,6

1,030
573
1,725
1,237



69
524
1,948
1,005
11,826
9,093
1,168
833
1527
16,

1,601
1,205
1,580
1,085

5,439
3,757


312
309
1,479
617

1,074
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17,427
1, 220
2.42s
1,519
5.279
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5,849
3,312
2,362
1 7

472

3,39
41


3:349
3,626
2,232
1,265
1,219
4,603
1,888
275
273


23,845
18,390

4 Ito
14,426
10,463
23,50
20,169

41,277
32,722
10,986
10,: 226
23,616i
1.595
189,822
150,354
22,070
16,101
15,372
13,435
11,629
9,950
22,107
18,971
97,246
73,877
18,866
14,871

,544
:506
10,307
7,890
11,962
9,352
265,782
20,453
31,277
24,629
46,269
37,234
37,013
30,942
0,556
2,736
9,1#


9,372
7,472
059
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36,852

;3,347
365
40729
7,817
5:654


6,336
4:967
12,773
7,609



5,228
5,286
10,8
10, l6
1,648
3:496
4,627
5,415
32, 394
27,906
6 305
6:926
2,506
3,242
2,980
3,509
4,324
4:337
25,799
22,:255
1,670
1,810
1,101
1,039
1,3


453


9,o31
7,972
142,679



15,184
19,007
10,295
14,939
12,091
6,885
2,684
1,763
2,218
1:736

11,585
11,619
10,026
11,:491
13 .277
;.020
17,980
14,817
5,252
1,1453


## Report of reoslver or reoeivers.
/ Inoludfe Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
Deoreas* or deficit.


64.9
66.0
62.2
68.9
65.6
68.4
68.1
70.0

6.0.
78.8
67.0
69.0
66.1
71.1
72.1
55.2
58.4
76.8
70.3
71.
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64.4
69.8
69.5
70.8
69.6
73.4
73.8
73.0
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77.1
74.2
70.0
72.4
64.5
66.1
5 .0

56.4
56.o
58.8
65.14

71.5
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67.4

66.7
71.5

62.1
66.9

63.6
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60.5
63.6

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26.3
25:.0


29.1
29.1

24.1
23.5





26.0
22.7
30.4
30.8
20.4
21.8
34.2
30.6
37.4
39.3
24.1
27.7
30.6
32.1
27.1
31.0
28.7
28.0

26.4
21.2

6.5

30.4
33.0
27.8
27.9

29:9
31.1
31.3
22.8
24.0
27.2
28.3
29.0
28.8

30.:
31.
27.1
29.9
21:9
3 3
27.2
27.0

1:5
249


4o.5
37.9
38.5
39.1
44.
42.5
35.4
33.6
39.7
37.3
42.0
39-9
39.9

3144
42.8
42.7
36.9
37.3
44.5
43.5
52.4
53.5
37.4
39.7
44.1
45.4


38.9
38.:9
41.
37.6
40.0
35.7

t43.4
43.1
42.1
96

49.6
50.7
5.1
52.o
38.8
36.7

38.1
38.1
44.8
42.7


2:6


40.7
42.2
44.
42.1
36.6
36.5


32.5 49.2
33.9 48.6

34.5 53-1
36.1 54.7
32.7 52.6
35.8 52.0
32.4 49.5
34.2 50.1
39.3 57.8
41.1 58.8

34.4 52.8
35.9 54.4
40.6 51.6
36.2 54.1
38.5 55.7
38.0 57.5



30.7 55.6
31.2 53.6

37"1 48.-
3.5 49.
29.0 40.6
28.8 39.2
34.2 53.1
35.3 50.5
33.5 48.2
32.8 46.4
39.0 56.1
38.4 52.3
37.0 50o2
36.6 50.1

34.4 54.3
32.8 58.1
4. 8 56.9
49.3 1.1

35.5 N:7
35.0 3
33.7 52.2
34.8 52.7
23.6 42.9
23.1 41.
21.5 38.1
20.8 37.1
30.5 51.9
34.4 52.7
36.8 51.5
37.7 50.8
28.0 43.2
29.0 42.9
31.1 46.6
34.1 47.6
30.5 49.1
32.0 47.8


2.9 17.8
34:6 4:60
329:97 4t7-6
31.7 49.8

29.6 55.6
37.7 55.0


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