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Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
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Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
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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.
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Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
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"Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

IIIIIIIII I I INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3 1262 08730 9877 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1943 AND 1942 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1941 ANDM 1941
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transortation
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 F tDepreci- railway eating
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 eating (per- per- Oper-ting ating ating
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income cent) eating eating eating eating operated in- n- nane in reve- ex- reve- ex-
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease coln nues penses nues penses
columns nues penses nues penses column
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (JM) (k) (1) (m)a(n) (o0) P)(l (r_) (as) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa) (bb) (co) (dd) (e)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars) *
193 199,426 $2, 14.77,966 27.1 p 671 2.8 3.298 867389 166 7 1,9,032 532 67160 26.6 4.7 337 .6
199,285 $516 720 17.8 $124,196 78.2 $689,325 $185,036 $3,939 9 $413,783 $115,43060.0 26.8 44.7 28. 48.0 19.3 Total-Roads listed herein---.............................- 0117 2981 92.,3 O565 692,2 913,5 11,614,005 381,6599 67. 268.86 43 .2
201,182 38,494 69,677 543,960 151,094 2,715 341,837 97,799 62.8 27.8 44.2 30.4 48.4 1942 New4 Engand Re8u .5 .9 2 9 .
New England Region: 19 1, 25,15 12.5 ,o0s 49.2 35,33 10,206 1,501 23,641 ,42o 6 .4 26.6 42.8 34.4 51.1
1,825 4,946 5.0 1,454 28.0 ,o3 2,099 300 4,739 1,110 66.9 29.6 44. 33.1 49.4 194 Boston & Maine .....19----- -- ..... 1,85 2-2,7 35 729,82 7 9. 10 790 19,770 ,911 63 26.5 o.o 35.5 53.6
1,865 4,713 1,136 6,421 1,60o 172 3,977 1,262 61.9 25.0 40.4 32.9 53.0 1942. 9196223,75',87,9107197703- a
1,3 8,302 5.3 6,053 48.6 15,378 3,801 639 8,896 3,301 57. 24.7 42.7 28.6 49.4 1943 New York, New Haven & Hartford.# 193 1,38 39,997 14.3 26,54.7 72,292 17,12 3291 4205 14 6 59.2 27 .0 30. 51.5
1,8:4 7,685 4,073 12,869 2,986 370 7,514 2,98 58.5 23.2 39.7 30.0 51-3 194219 ,41 3,9 17,363 56,695 13,662 1,73 358 9,952 63.2 2. 3.1 33. 52.9
6,44 37608 21 420 7 1,9 2,37 717 31.1 ,4 55 2Great Lakes Region: 116 646 147 13,518 3,495 69.6 3.1 47.6 32.6 46.9
84 3,780 21 2 27.9 137 344 2,769 7 69.0 34.2 49.6 31.1 5.1 1943 Delaware & Hudson -1..--------.... ------------ 1931 6-7 7 4 91 536 1 1, 9.0 43.9 32.9" 49.8
849 3,703 111 3,904 1,157 175 2,555 69 65.5 29.6 45.3 32.1 49.0o 1942199 17 32 17,957 5,13511.
974 5,726 14.2 922 24.4 ,252 1,60 368 4511 1,31 62.2 22. 366 35.5 57.1 193 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western.................193 90 25, 15.6 29.6 33,197 97350502 6
965 5,013 742 ,320 1,5 7 50 4,6 1,157 64.4 24.5 38.0 35-7 55.5 1942 1942 985 22,3,2I 2,277 6,523 19,359 ,215 .5 23
2,242 12,132 16.0 615 29-3 13,627 3,145 57 9 7,916 2,102 56.1 23 .1 9 7 30.7 52. 1943 Erie .... 193 2,242 6,742 22.2 3,639 39.3 63,745 14,60 2,879 3,422 ,910 .3 23.3
2,251 10,24 631 11,542 3,121 59 7,42 2,o68 642 1516,27 2612 62 2,05 3161 ,671 65.7 25.9 39.3 39 53.1
1,026 2,431 21-7 27 97.9 2,88 827 138 1,98 439 6. 28.6 41.6 35.6 51.8 19 43 Grand Trunk Western .... .................. .1943 1,026 12,302 22.5 1,263 120.8 14,443 4055 762 9,59003 6. 41 .52.2
1,026 1,998 1 2,302 723 116 1,754 316 76.2 31.4 41.2 39.6 52.0 19421942 1,o26 10,6 572 ,381 3,19 573 9176 1,100 33.6 1.6 52.0
1,260 6,416 18.o 61 115 3 495 2,456 432 47 7 73.0 32-8 9 3 4 .4 1943 Lehigh Valley........ ...................1943 1,26 3 21,76 28.1 2, 1097.1 36,639 9,98 1, 11 21 ,29 5,517 66 .
1,263 5,437 28?,051 1,874 390 ,333 7 71.7 31.o0 43.2 3,.2 50.5 19413,5o 70
10,786 4194 17-.2 134 56. 2 6 16,4 2971 3691 1:61 :14 :1 1I 31 : 1t: 1943 New York Central / 0 --------------- 0 24-5 956 55.4 21,98
10,915335,44197 1995 32,9 1942 10,161,0553015, 2,537 157,311 592 72
1,688 7,897 10.3 230 12.5 8,268 1,622 37 4,428 1,119 53.6 22.0 41.1 27.6 51.6 1943 New York, Chicago & St. Louis.. -------- 1,6 39,1 27.4 1,017 25.0 5,1093 113 1,75 21,566 ,75 51.9 2. 39.0 2 5 9
1,698 7,162 205 7,487 1,436 216 3,843 1,059 51.3 19.2 37.4 26.4 55.4 1942 1942 16312 813 32,70 6,649 921,211 5,23 55.7 36.5 31.2
2,009 4,066 27.0 288 105.2 4,7 1,402 31 3,090 463 6.0 30. 45.4 32.3 47.6 1943 Pere Marquette...................................................193 2,027 20,027 32.4 1,347 129.6 22,356 6,5 1,570 1927 3009 66.8 292 7 30 49
2,055 3,201 141 3,96 1,177 25 2593 469 74.2 33.7 45. 3 473 19419 2 055 15,122 5765 3 1,273 1272 1779
231 2,943 2.7 lO4 51.5 3,13 1,163 311 2,091 602 66:7 37:1 55:6 25:2. 37 194.3 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie...............................1943 232232 13 37 11.2 6 56.4 14,866 5,504 1,551 10,203 2,9 66 37.
232 2,666 69 3,006 962 267 1,993 62o 63,0 32.0 50.9 25 21 1942 1942 232 12 53e 311 13,191 4r 10 2,335 9,552 :41 725
,39 6,655 19.7 83 105.4 94 1,oo 29 4,604 1,02 7.9 22.6 39.1 29. 51.5 1943 Wabash land.........................................32...2,391 32,636 33.7 3,843 1208.6 8 514 8,26 1446 2 1,917 ,923 2.0 3:.6





2 2 P b 13 3 79 6:2.1 23.6 30 32.6 5 194 ---.-1 .-----3 1 4 3 2 1 7 :12 2
2,394 4,6l 322 14892 260 3929 49^ 13: 291 432. 32.5 5 9 1* 2,39- 24,4 1,7 ,27,15 6,672 1,298 16,0 2 3,589 3 .9 34.6 53.6














SCnlSouthern Region:
6,151 26,027 148.3 3,055 52.7 30,505 9,092 1,237 19,821 6,163 6 .0 29.69 49 30-7 7.2 1943 Balti more& Ohino...-...-.......-3.........--- ....-.-1943 6,91 123,322 228 14,401 74.4 ,0 1 220 42,762 617 9,847 29,570 65 4.3 9 9.4 31.1 4.
6,250 22,762 2,000 25,977 7,413 913 16,960 5,070 62.9 28.5 4 o 31.27 4. 19 Ba 1942 6,264 100 l,395 8,276 ,022 35,098 4:526 80,279 20,778 9.8 3. 7 3.3 2.
81 4,676. 11.9 64720 16.4 3,2579 794 148 ,74036 696entral of Georgia.............. ............196 670 260 3 1941,20 5 33.91 2,59 26,265 7,093 1,,629 18 9,63 3,905 61.2 27.0 38.3 31.5 51.5
816 1,790 5 2,248 592 113 13,521 57766 67.0 26.3 39 3.9 50.4 1942 1942 1,816 8,058 1,2 2210,338 5,902,867 45 7598 12,957 6973.5 27.7 37.7 38.1 56.
,179 6 117 2,9 71 56.0 25.0 445 29 5 194 1942 ,9 10,959 3732, 11,763 3,8 399 7756 1733 5.9 29.6 5. 28.3 43.
9824 12,o419 9.6 2,660 82.9 18,172 6,31 1,15 82 12,423691 21 61.5 34.7 80.5 292 42.8 1943 Illinois Centra 1942 1 Chicago & E strn Illinois ....51943 912 70 5.9 25, 25996 14,667 67 33.1 .4 28.2 .9








4950 132155 15 1,2515,620 437 732 1,2390 203 377 60.1 28.30 41.6 27.7 46.1 1942 1942 4950 55,9026 6,71 66,720343 20,209 3, ,2 9,895 9 30.3 5.3 31.6 47.2
394,745 12,377864 10.1 820 276 1,01271 532 210,04 9672. 36. 5 24.2 342 .28 4 50.5 1943 lginsvolie & Nasthvilrnle......-- ... 1943 4,745 63,356 2 18,060 174.0 86,06 20561 4,572 47,653 5 23.9 3. 27.4 49.4
798 11,680 62 14 3476 25 1,7170 1331 58.6 254.9 42.6 2931.4 53.5 19 1942 39 1206 -13,55261,197 16,973 2,998 38,75 1,157 633.4 27.7 43.8 311
78 178 27.7 2,229 23.1 3,607 946 181 2,33733 55567.5 26.2 41 57.6 19 Long Islandboard Air Line.---........ .....................1943 374,181 4,4 2 44.0 16,6 86.0 60,02 12,721 2,2 32,191 18,518 3.4 21.1 .3 26.8 55.3
437 6668 ,2,907 957 179 2,1 310759 73.8 32.9 4 3.6 52.4 1942 1942 37 27,35177 51 3912,4965 10.379 12 95 979 357 7. 326.5 .9 31.9 57.
10,1804 46,99 6.9 5,366 57.94 84 21,532 ,028 83596 5410,561 13,364 50.6.7 25.6 46.2 35.1 54.2 19943 Pennsylvania.................................. ...............1943 610,11 267,119 15.2 922,71432 651 326.7,968 2310695719 1759 271,827 44,031 70.1 23. 4.4 24.7 7.3
10,215 5132 9 712,,35 19,9281 83,030 5,792 12036908 5.1 28. 4. 32.9 50.6 1942 194 10,215 231,792 5,9 308,209 95,20,153 3,7 220,337 34,12569 71.5 30.9 .8 29.7 50.9
1,41525 3,56 1263.4 23 107.6 94,65 2,913 659 61,938 98,67 48.41 30.2 45.6 33251 502.3 1943 Reading...oo & ....... ..................-- .--1943 1,525 14,154 3319.05 1,517 64.1 1676 14,222 79511 9,254 3,342 56.5 25. 23
1,550 71751 553 ,43 2,33546 4810 5,369 1,435 7619 63.9 27.4 38.15 332.1 514.69 1942 1942 1,55029 35,71024599 2,3365 39,834 11,0285o6 228 5,382 7,3o69 543 1935.8 30.. 56.3
3,0 14,871 97, 1,635 99.2 17,235 4,729 1,249 9,29 3,032 3.9 27.4 .9 22.7 42.1 1943 Ch ae ion3,090 8 122 22.6 .
3,2 15,1963073 2,637 4.5 23.6 21.5 44-3 1942 1942 3,1245 3,04 67,783 18,982 4,3 42 ,208 12,502 56.4 28.0 24.1 4.8
2,1.6 11,201 d 1.5 1,16 112.2 12,705 3,764 1,o54 7 Ot 1,943 55 29.6 53.4 22.3 40.2 1943 Norfolk & Western...........................................-1943 2,1;6 56,290 11.3 5,821 174.2 64,031 18,466 ,201 34,810 9,7 4 .4 5. 21.9
2,1N 11,366 55912,234 3,574 1,120 6,33 1,732 52.0 29.2 56.2 19.5 37.6 1942q 92uhr75 50,9 3i722,123 5,156 16,65o ,69 30,4775.7 6 21.7 35.5
4,960 9:436 24. ,39 11699 132923 3,o96195 7,790 16134526.0 21.9039.0 56 2.4 52.6 194.3 Atlantic Coast Line ------------------------------------------01943 4,977 47,56 53.2 16, 39.1 31.1 52.0
24.67.770 9,803 2,113 9 5,295 2,623 .O 21.6 39.9 21 52.1 192 1942 5,009 31, 0 8,7 4 256o 9,789 1,913 257332 10,307 5941. 9 3 9. 4 253. 52.4
1,816 2,191 22.4 720 136.4 3,200 794 142 2,036 696 63.6 24.8 39-0 32-3 50.8 1943 Central of Georgia..-#.--..................................... 1943 1,616 11,205 39.1 2,959 111.1 15,478 3,629 4 9,470 3,905 61.2 23.4 38.3 31.5 51.5
1,816 1,790 305 2,24 592 113 1,521 577 67.7 26.3 39.9 34.1 50.4 1942 1942 1,816 8,056 1,402 10,336 2,667 4567,598 1,978 73-5 27.7 37.7 36.1 51.9
1,9B- 2,330 2.622674.6.2 3,-15 9j 16, 1.49 31.7 42.8 2.1 41.8 1943 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio-............--.1943 1,972 14,864 35.6 1,059 183-. 16,412 4,655 794 9,770 2,192 59 28.4 7.6 25.4 42.6
117 2,9 71 62 160 250 5 2.9 4 .5 1942 1,99 10,959 373 11,763 3,488 399 7,756 1,733 .6 45. 28.3 43.0

4,950 13,155 1,455 15,620 4,374 732 9,390 2,677 60.1 28.0 46. 27.7 46.1 1942 1942 4,950 55,906 76,671 "66720 20,209 03,4 44,626 9 ,6,959
4,745 12,864 10.1 3,820 135.4 17,620 4,271 2 10,o14 2,212 56.324.2 42.326.4 50.o 1943 Louisville & Nashville..... .............-1943 4,74 63,356 23.3 18,060 174.0 86,063 20,561 4,572 47,653 10,992 3.1 .
4,798 11,660 1,623 1,o001 3,476 9601 6,170 1,331 56:4 24.8" 42.6 29.5 50.5 194 1942 4,798 51.385 6,592 61,197 16,973 2,998 36,78089,363 63 27.7 43.83 1 49. 1
,18 8,178 22.7 3,194 59.4 12,033 2,733 497 6,59o 3,450 54.8 22.7 41.5 26.5 48.5 1943 Seaboard Air Linle.# .- 1943 4,181 40,142 44.0 16,629 86.0 O,3O2 12,7212 32,191 16,518 3.4 21.1 363
4,244 6,668 2,005 9,142 2,100 211 5,251 3,075 57.4 23.o0 o.o 29.0 50.5 1942 19 4,293 27,877 8,941 39,175 10,379 1,04 25,531 10,036 5.2 26.5 4.7 31.9269.
6,514 14,996 12.9 5,374 64.8 21,532 5,o026 39 10,889 3,584 50.6 23.4 4-6.2 23.6 46.6 1943 Southern........................................ ..193 6,514 73,090 25.0 22,032 126.7 1OO,968 23,959 4,17 52,76 14,14 52.3 2 24.7 47.3
6:519 13,282 2,908 17,112 4,281 601 9,462 3,909 55.3 25.0 45.2 2.2 47.4 194 194 6,519 59,473 9,719 72,438 20,153 3,74 ,9 14,256 2.0 27.8
1,525 3,554 63.4 2 107.7 4,003 7609 1,938 987 4 24.4 19. 40.3 25.3 52.3 1943 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley..............1943 1,525 14,154 33.5 1,517 126.0o631 51 95 3,34 56.5 25.1 54 27. 4.4
1,5501 2,1753 142,4351 546 U 1 ,4351 71458.9122.4 36.1 32.1154.6 194q 61942 1,550, 10,599665 11,74 2,285 ,226321 5.3 19.5 36.
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Report of receiver or receivers.
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Statment No. M-150
MAY 1943















FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1943 AND 1942 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1943 AND 1942
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
epneexpenses, expenses,exnss
Mil Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- perens expes
Miles Depreci- railway eating Average Depreci-- railwayasting
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- cluded 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) ating ating ating ating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) ating ating eating eating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding r e rve
column nues penses nues pensea column 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)*
00 $9,29 $2'2 780 $1329 $37 4 62:5 2:5 4 29.4 70 1943 N s,49 167Northwestern Region:e4 4. O.
8,100 ';: 7P9 ".' $2,il 7.0 $3,.6 ,79, 't ':o 62.5 :. .q:. 9:2 !7.0 19 3 Chicagoo&NNorth eern#------------19 ,100 4 15.6 $1,1 84.8 062,773 117,72 $39196 ,.
8,265 ,578 1,589 11,661 3,2 7 7 2,051 67.3 29.3 43.6 32.6 48.4 1942 1.5 36,44 50,03, 15:b761 2 330 37:043 7:065 74.0 31.T 42.5 49.7
1o5 0 21. 23.2 225 107.4 2 502 524 150 ,7 6o.2 2 3.6 39-2 31.6 52-5 1943 Chicago Great Western -- --------- 194 1,501 10,4 21.8 1,011 119.3 12,26o 2,24 41 ,462 61.7
1,502 1,712 109 1,94 304 13,314 69 60.7 2:. 38.3 353 52.2 1942 194Chicago Great Western ............296 6,653 1:028 6. :37.5 367 533
liO76 ,12 19".6 2357 l1o1.1 17673 5097 l 2o 5,084 6.2 8 2 2 .464 2s:. 8 463. 1943 Chicago, Milwaoukee, St. Paul & Pacifici.943 107 6,5 25.9 112.0 86,586 2,65 ,2 5,352 2,91 5.
10,821 1,46o 117 13,939 ,700 9 9,2 2,3 70.4 33.7 47.9 31.6 44.9 1942 1942 81 0:6 4;949: 65:297 8665 3.775 L47,2 li533 6.6 .5 41.5 34. 5o:5
1.624 1t 9'.6 1 70'5 ,141i 16 1 U2 450 71: 094 411 3. :6-7 :4 1941 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha--l 1,6 26 14.8 1.,4o 69.9 1,6 29 o2580 7,746 1 922 73.1 2. 36 .5 .
629 1,3 182 1,832 16 50 140 25 7. 309 88 42.8 36 1942 1942 1.629 7,$ 28 a;8og 2:91; 250 7;127 594 092. 6. 49 5.
4 d 5 90.9 5,047 s. 247 1,643 1 ;22 1 .0 4.2 1:.7 4.3 194 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ...........1943 j 4a 2.6 1 135.2 6, 3904 1,27 6,028 32 7.0 64.
3 4, 5,468 124 1,459 111. 4.2 1.1 53 9,81 2,901 620 5,209 1,282 53.1 55.7 21.5 0.5
io 1:6 20 4 1'** 135 '3 .16 5 '234 1 319 9.694 2 6 587 317 54.o 229 ?921 G Great Northern.._............................................... ,1_ -,4l 24.8 6.01 156.5 685, 2 32 6.1 2 6 2 3 2 4.O
8,077 11,468 578 13,170 3,887 09 7,662 3,631 58.2 29.5 50.7 24.7 4 1942 -1941 8,077 U009 2,347 52, 17,47 3,382 356 ;31 68.229.9
i'277 3,192 4o 217 123.6 3'696 1'195l 264 5 71 70.1 32.3 46.2 32.8 4 6.8 1943 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie..1943 4,277 15,320 9.6 5 128.6 ,41767 54 1,322 12,956 2,7o
4,277 3,070 97 3.388 1,13 186 2,520 56 74.4 33- 45 l 35. 47.8 1942 194 4277 13,972 9 15;331 a65 891 1,761 1;898 76.751.4
868 9?223 22.2 1,261 14.1 11,398 3,401 837 7,087 2,467 62. 29.8 48.0 26.8 43.1 1943 Northern Pacific----......................... -- 193 6,868 44,808 29.4 5.364 126.1 4,564 16,278 4,06 3,892 11,666 64.0 29.8 46.7 28.4 4.4
6,889 7.548 589 8,796 3.104o 895 6,269 1,779 71.3 35-3 49.5 3o.o 42.1 1942 1942 6,889 34,63o 2,373 4oo1 14,o38 3,474 29,679 7,623 74.1 35.1 47.3 32.6 4.o
Central Western Region:
959 2 164 L>6.4 649 66.8 1 79 192 5883 219 6o.0 25.22 2.02.0 .248:3 483j 19 Alton# ------ -------------------------------------------------------------,1 199 .4435.1823.541 2728,90462,88.58.653.784o. 229.525i.
^ 1,12 89 2,6 35 24 1,8 27 67.1 26.9 4o.1 33.9 50. 19472 ^S 99 797 ,656 10725 2;67 Ile 7;62 l34 7. 49 3. 99 5.
13,6 148 ,9'576 30.2 ,817 1267.2 39,g957 5 874 1,694 5,486 49.142"4 22.o 455 45.45 24. 8343 48.7,9.2 194 3 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe ............219 13, 132,98, 36.6 138,OO6 158.9 ,3.560 41,94839,94
13,362 21,951 3.899 27,52 7,2 1.287 ,,278 5,386 59.1 27.0 45.6 28.9 4.7 1942 194 13: 9 7.333 .678 12358 33.933 b,202 396 2;44. 282
I030 12,433 31'5 2'94 ; o. 4 i s 4 0 6,5 92 8. 48 26.1 4.2 191 3 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy..................... 193 99032 64,679 42.8 11,110 103.1 2,914 20,387 4,412 45,103 2O,774 54.4 .6 4. 5.
9,085 9,452 1,279 11,369 3,7N 603 8,00 ?;854 680 31.8 46.s 0. 45.5 143 s* 9 1^ 45.290 546 5603 15:13 2,4 3^ .412 ^
Il 751 l04767 39.2 2' 09.4 14.757. 3 3. '479 3,4572 :7.5 23.2 404 2a .6 49. 1943 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific*-.......... 1943 7,6 51.649 42.1 14,947 115.5 1 15 ,1 0 19021 2
7,925 7,525 1,538 9,727 ;,72; 394 6,698 2,117 8.9 28.0 40.7 33:5 48. Igo 11 ,930 36,373 6.935 46,01 22 862 32 9 769.3 .9
2 405 4'991 45.'9 732 151-0 59 1,381 255 3,221 1 584 :0 23.1 42.8 26.6 49.3 1943 Denver & Rio Grande Western.............--- ...---.--- 1405 54.2 1dg8 221.9 29g 6,2552 1,275 1 5,1597 7Z:5 5 21.942. .
2:422 3,:Z21 292 3:86 l1855 3.88 2:56 1;030 64 29.9 45.0 31.i 470 194k 1941 SLouer9 Pa9 1,6 1"854 4,711 a12 l52 ;005 5 2.
5439 2? 6 38-4 as'? 91.7 40 R5*5 10,251 1,928 24,120 4,211 57:1 25:38 44.3 25:9 45.4 194Js Southern Pacific Company b/ ................... ......194 5,E5 21.77 29.3 36244 114.3 8.271 48,169 9.;07 110,241 27.897 60.2264 3. 276 59
8,,5 21,278 4,115 27,,47 7,073 l,596 17;732 5,o9 -/ ,,g ,912 12,283 35,683 5,939 8360 2 65.23.
9,828 29 22 1 46.2 7 1o6 133.1 7127 12,oo37 1,458 2,981 3,921 61:3 31. : 51.9 24.4 9.8 1943 Union Pacific ..........................-...............-........94 9,1 6 :U9 513 31.066 160.6 180,667 52)50 7040 111.171 22,1N4 61.536
982 19 3,083 ,789 9.063 1561 28 12 Southwestern Region: 9 11920 309825 '7:4 278 0 71.8
3,2933 472 a.6 7I 4.5 4,661 2,605 176 4 619 -- 9-1 5g.9 Z6_4 36.2 o.5 1943 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines_.--- -.-.---.194 293 23,316 55.1 4,920 103.O 30,429 11,825 880 22,568 2.12 74.2 389 52. 29.7 40.1
198 52 4 6 1,367 96 2,993 73 3. 5.7 33. 4 19942 3,293 15,o33 2,424 i2,938 5,538 475 13,39 2,943 70.5 29. 1 33.7 47.9
097 R.905 20.2 2 986 13o.4 is1144,524 10,361 1 57.2 g.0 41.7 P7.62 4.2 1943 Missouri Pacific.*0.......... ....-...............14 : 7 :2185 46.1 12;7L 15.1 1;:1 1 4 1, 7
.1g a 39-1 1,6j4o 43 5 14 1 7 724 722 47 J80:1 4:7 2" .4 194 Texas & P ific .......-...-..-.-..-.-...-............._-__. .9 1 2 3 -1 72.2 6 665 86 :41.37 5. .75 7 7 :
sa7 17 33: '4 1:,o713 110 1 ,373 827 63 e8 7 45 .2 29. 2 44-5 1 41'194 1 ,e 9 12,358 1:9 63 1 : 76,7 Z :9 26 5 74T 3 ,3 23. ...
6656 5,756 12-3 1, 70-7 1:47 2 ; 4 251: 13614- 3 ::6 47.0 1 St. Louis-San Frnisco.................................. 1 4,669 0,066 28.6 129.6 41,dg 1,7 66.2, 48 38
4:6,515 172 1,955 253 Z, 4 99 4. 33.9 49.5 194 -94 476Z 13,372 13:2398,71 1, 2 20o,32 6 z3 71.7 E. 56 4.
359 I 43-2 6 d 7 j 7 4 ouis, San Franisco Texas..... _194 1 .9 69.7 111 715.2 1,7 319 19 70 36.7 53.
159 7 59 7 3.1 23.5 37. 33:P 5 19- 675 6.9 36.3 6.2 52.8
61 4,,1 95 854. 19 2 61. 1.7 :4 1431 .6 1 .3 03 ,.12 43.,73 3.
1.617 :7,01 .9 26.5 o,,27 53.6 4:o?" ,o l .4 S .7 47:3 2.:'1 3. St. Louis Southwester Lines.#.................... 1 2 368 5.4 1.^ 8.8 2.663 4.1g .93 1:147 5.23, : 7 5:;
4:21 6,a 152 32-5 2,o659 125-9 10 2 ,175 262 1 2 ,5322J 4. 2 1.: 42 2: Z 47:9. 1943 Texas & New Orleans .......................................... 4,;8, 14 43 415,2 45.0 9a890401 4 186.6 492 112 184 47 .o
4_ 6149471 177 12 Z:9 1,7o02155.4 23.7 427. 12 194 :1 8X34 391 :7Z68 19,958 699 58-T 36 .


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS

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


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SPercesnt increase computed on unite of dollars.
; Includese asortlzation of Defense Projeotf.
Report of trustee or trustees.
SInoludes Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
InaoluAdes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
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