Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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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
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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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Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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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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University of Florida
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3 1262087309901 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




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


Statement No. M-150
MAY 1944


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1944 AND1943' FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1944 AND 1943

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Mile, Freight Passenger Depreol- Net Oper- salnte- trans- Freight Passenger Percent Percent
op ated action in- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year Average Depreol- r et Ope- aingnte- trant-
Aoper Poer- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses iles A tlon in- railway ating nance portaton
at close ent ent Total mante Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- of road Per- Per- All luded oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month Amount cent Amount cent nanT ed in pe- in ) atng atng oert Aouent cent Total mainte- luded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
in- in- canoe ceding income cent) sting atingoperated Amount in Amount in-Tcanin pre-
crease crease column revenues revenues in- in. nance ceding incomrevenuese ent) atng atng
crease crease column B revenues revenues
(a) ) 0) Wd) (ae) (f) (1) (h) (i) (-) (k) (1) ( C(n)) u ) r) Ce) (t) (u) (T) (w) (x) ( (a1)


198,981
199,285
1,809
1,825
1,838
1:838
846
848
974
974
2,2144
2,242
1,026
1,026
1,260
1,260
10,746
10,786
1,688
1,688
1:699
1,979
2,009
229
231
2,393
2,393

6:1 1

117
6,56


912
912
392
392
376
378
10,099
10,180
1,410
1,418
3,073
3,088
2,154
2,156
4,962
4,960
1,816
1,816
1,973
1,973
4,823
4:,821
4, 745
4:745


6 51
6:51.
1,524
1,525


$538,714
516,720
5422
,946
8,621
8,302
4,126
3,780
5,302
5,726
11,524
12,132
2,491
2,431
8,080
6;4i6
4,1223
41,094
7,954
7,597
4i:o96


2,458
2,894
2,943



27,500
26,027

4:6;16
2,142
2,0:o49
2,522
2,377
1,203
1:233
5,5951

8,623
8:356

'1, ;719

11,523
11,201
9,353
9,336
2,308
2,191
2,833
2,730



i2:NN6

8221
8,178
15,94o
12:996
2,071
3,550


7263 65.9 30:.5
1667 6.0 26


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9.6

3.8

9.2

d 7.4



2.5

25.9

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9.7

d 1.7

d 1.0

5.7

d 4.8

4.6

6.1

d 2,3

4.2

3.2

6.1

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5.3

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3.8

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*I13,945
124,196
1,45Z
1.454
S6,497
6,053
166
142
888
922
946
15
282
277
103
615

13, 452
295
230
297
128
104

910
35
4,329
3,055


659
14,3



2,459
2,229
21,659
20,066
866
823
1,948
1,635
1,446
1,184
3,595
3,:839
6S6
720

047

2:66T
3,862
3,820
3,326
3,1911


5:371
295
297


Noney items in thousands or dollars)*
12.7 728,833 $222,36o0 38,412 $40,000
689,325 185,036 33,82 4 413,783
0.4 7,596 2,352 348 5,261
7,083 2,099 308 ,739
7.3 16,246 414o3 696 10,457
15,378 3,501 639 8,896
16.5 4,359 1,593 34. 3,166
4,013 1,373 34 2,769
S 3. 6,784 1,827 366 4,822
7,252 1,650 368 4,511
16.0 13,J39 3,655 611 9,020
13,227 3,145 578 7,916
1.8 2,993 1,0o 149 2,339
2,888 827 138 1:95
14.3 9,222 2,570 42 6,16
7,495 2:,56 V32 5.473
15.0 62,141 i 19,159 3,226 43,238
60,157 16,049 2,971 36,913
29.3 35 2,132 456 4
8,2 1,822 377 Z:428
3.1 4,957 1,693 346 3,64o
4547 1,402 317 3,090
d 1.4 3,088 1,33 339 2,427
3,133 1,163 311 2,091
9.0 7,956 2,120 344
7,9E 1,00 298 4:060
41.7 33,359 11,633 1,378 24,099
30,505 9,082 1,237 19,821
a 6.4 5,340 1,686 321 4,o9
5,579 1,458 318 3,7o
36.4 3,063 538 83 2,.11
2,747 685 82 1:691

2,946 1,089 437 2,204
2,767 1,011 532 2,004
10.3 3839 1,24 183 2,887
3,67 9 181 2.433
7.9 86,953 26,445 4,037 62,628
84,332 21:,57 3:596 54:561
5.3 9,908 5 .3,276 611 6,790
9,654 2,913 536 6:384
19.2 18,448 6,109 1,555 11,678
17,235 4,729 1:249 9,294
22.1 13,335 411,oi 1,194 7,47
12,705 3,761 1,051 7:05
d 6.3 13,743 3,34 760 7,845
13,923 3,0 595 7,790
d 4.7 3,286 933 15 2,31
3,200 79 1 2:036

d 11.2 3,176 1,049 161 2,159
3,075 973 161 1,993
29.3 19,605 6,071 1,112 12,.25
18,172 6,313 1,105 12,23
1.1 18,309 4,960 994' 11,076
17,620 4,271 923 i0o,o014
4.1 12,249 3,348 5 ,71
12,033 2,733 49790
4 9.7 22,254 6,116 930 13,232
21,532 5,028 839 10,889
51.4 2,669 509 94 1,880
4,003 750 99 1,938


1,070
1,110
2,652
3,301
7o6
717
879
1,318

1,428
2,102

439
922
75
,888
,758
934
1,119


423
602
704
1,028
4,061
6,163

3611
364
321
25o

5,95

14:?06
1,27



2,741
3,032
2,226
1:943
1,1112
1,4n,
1,612
65J

381
332
2,659
2,712
2,134
2,212
1,?27
3, 50
2,552
3, 51

232
987


199,080 $2,563,8861 3.5 $670,639
199,426 12,:477,966 558,671


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64.4
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29.6

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31.7
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29.9
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37.5
35.4
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41.9
38.8
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29,4
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19144 Total-Roads listed herein ................... 1944
1913 1913
New England Region:
1944 Boston & Maine ............................ .1944
1943 1943
1944 o ew York, New Haven & Hartford# ........... 19144
1913 1913
Great Lakes Region:
19144 Delaware & Hudson ......................... 1944
1943 1943
19441 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ............ 1944
1943 1943
1944 Erie....................................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Grand Trunk Weetern ....................... 1944
1943 1943
194 Lehigh Valley ............................. 1944
1943 1943
1944 New York Central ./ ....................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ............. 1944
1943 1913
1944 Pere larquette ............................ 1944
1943 1943
1944 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................... 1944
1943 1913
1944 Wabaeh .................................... 1944
1913 1943
Central Eastern Region:
1944 Baltimore & Ohio .......................... 1944
1943 1913
1944 Central of New Jersey # ................... 191L4
1943 1943
1944 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ................ 1944
1943 1943
1944 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Long Island ............................... 1944
1943 1943
19144 Pennsylvania .............................. 19144
1943 1943
1944 Reading ................................... 1944
1913 1943
Pocahontas Region:
1944 Chesapeake & Ohio ......................... 19144
1943 1943
1944 Norfolk & Western .............I............ 1944
1913 1943
Southern Region:1
1944 Atlantic Coast Line ........................ 19144
1943 193
1944 Central of Oeorgia # ...................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ....................... 1944
1943 1943
191L4 Illinois Central .......................... 1944
1943 1913
1944 Louisville & Nashville .................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Seaboard Air Line # ...................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Southern ..................................194
1943 1913
1944 Yatoo & Mississippi Valley ................ 194
1943 1943


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
20.0 $3,474,11,1 $1,0o44,7o6 817,744
3,259,801 867,3891 166,230


1,817
1:,825
1,838
1,838

487

973
980
2,2144
2,242
1,026
1,026
1,260
1,260
10,746
10,:80 4
1,688
1,688
1,979
2,027
229
232
2,393
2,393
6,149
6,151

65
912
912
392
392


10,102
10,181
1,413
1,419


2,154
2,1;6
4,962
4,977
1,816
1,816
1,973
1,972
48,23


4:74|

4:1



1,521
1,525


25,192
25,165
4o0,888
39,997
20,214
18,179
25,300
25,951

56,742

12,395
12,302
36,069
31,722
197,333
200,470
39,687
39,818
20,925
20,027
13,564
13,937
32,9Z44
32,636
127,976
123,322
20,924
21, 36
9,956
9,707
12,283
11,847
6,022







3,267
56.123
56.290


11,126!
11,205





97,39



77220
3,090
12,10
56,154


0.1

2.2

11.2

d 2.S

2.0

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13.7

d 1.6



4.5

d 2.7

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3.8

d 3.7

2.6

3.7

10.5

4.8



5.7

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d 3.9



d 7.3

2.4

1.6

a 1.3

5.7

d 19.4


7,9
29, 245
26:858

71439
4,281
4,205

34: 1313

1,512
1,263

3 2
11:421
71,327
155,952
1.952
1,017
1,522
1,317

s i
4,461
3:.43
19 31

2,916
3,055
3,o46
2,1:450



10,253
9,663
9 :3
105,011
90,714
4,206
3,837
10.050
7.398

6,967
5,521
12,337
lb,990
3,.464
2,959
1,110
1,059
15,187
12,137
19,63a
18,069


64,144
22,032
2,115
1,517


4.9

5.9

18.3

1.8

37.0

19.7

46.7

27.5

92.0

13.0

5.6

16.1

37.7



24.3



6.1

15.8

9.6

35.9

19.7

13.8

17.1

4.7

25.1

3.2

8.8

9.6

39.4


2,333,0oi2
1,984,032


35,146
35,383
75,.62
72,292
21.575

32,638
33,197
66 856
63:74
111,573

418 23
36:639
295,133
281,981

420W

23,413
22,356
14,532
14; 06
39,700
38,514
155,501
145,320
22,387
26,265

14,269
13,236
l4,164
13,806
17,145
15,:858
4l4,582
387,938
48,934






92,06
4,;76
9055,54
83,517
V,164
6,o031








169,326
12,066
16,732

88.34o
96;o63
61,522
60,3o2
107 613
100,968
14,326
16,371


$397,96, 67.2
539,2941 60.9


11,88a
10,206
20,912
17,124



S,949
7,533
173111
11,56o
4,96o
4,055
12,177
9o98

941,2415
77,565
10,207
8,413
,879
1,525
6,186
5,504
9,765
8,261

:27062
7,499
7,093
3,858
3,085





3:0 53
5 7


126,033
108,719

14,935
14 ,222
28,182




12,195

3,629
107
Z:655
28,195
28,740
24,854
20,561
15,361
12,721

28,968
23,959
3,776
4,116


1,721
1,541
3,384
3,291


1,830
1,897
3,039
2,879
S748
762
2,688
2,111
16,251
i 15,01
2,130
1,795
1,650
1,570
1,598
1,551
1,634
1,8"3
6,772
6,178
1,6O 4
1,489
415
402
2,160
2,602

99
19,;95
17:359
2,T

7,835
,155

5,898
5,201
3,727
2,973

N

7P9


a,012


:i5T2
2,64113
2,250
4,646
4,173
470
511


* Percent increase ceomuted on Uniso dolas ---_____


Includes amortization of Defense Projects.
SReport of trustee or trustees.


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De rease or deficit.


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26,859
23,:41
51.835
,8O5
15, 6o4
13,518
24,000
21,350
45 112
31:422
11,325
9%858
29,522
29,294
216,922
181,209
25,0 o54
21,566
i,7,488
14,927
11,621
10,203
23,913
21,977
11i3,943
94,847



9,896
7,986
10,726
10,056
14l 86
12,748
308,997
271,827
33,429
31,817





37,997
32,:04

11:4O
1O:375
55,615
1081


9, 7705

56,990
4. J99
27:653
36,910
32,191


9,132
9,254


3,808



3,?62
3:,95
3,565
5,502
7,134
8,910
2,238
3,003
4,153
5,517
26,342
38,51E
4,698
5,735
1,918
3,009
2,111
2,8914
,35
:923
19,061
29,570
1,772
3,006
1,620
1,955
1,214
597
68
338
41,50i
50,874
6,387
8,767
13,848
15,:47
10,724
9,768
7,371
9,223
2,414
3,905
1,919
2,192
11,408
14,667

10,308
10,989
9,836
18,518


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


MAY 1944


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1944 AND 1943 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1944 AND 1943
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses Perent Percent
les Freght Paenger Percent Percent Freight PaengerN t Oper- alnte- tran
Miles eiht Passener Depre Net Oper- alnte- trs- Argeih ener Depreel- railway eating nanoe ptaton
of road action in- railway atlng nane portaton Region, road, and year te All atio n- Oper- ratio expeneee expense
operated Per Per All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses of road Pr- Per- Total main- total lng (per- of oper- of oper-
of month Mount in- in- ano ceding itlng (per- of oper- inma opose eet ntssin tnnt .a (ountonot nano Meco dnono oet) ayanc atcdn
o orse cease column revenues revenue grease grease colun
(a) (b) (o) (d) (o) (f) (g) (h) (1) (J)(1(k) () () (C) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) t) (u) ) (v) I) ()() (a)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands ot dollars)*
Northwestern Region: $4:7 1..
7 6.9 1 450 10 9,850 2,206 11 32.5 33.4 19 Chicago & North.Western ...................... 1944 ,097 :70 1.5 1 73 20. $66,5 $ 21,192 4 ,52 $,.. 9,509 1.6 31. 3.5
,l 3799 9, .,331 2,47 62.5 2 1943 1943 4912 11, ,62773 17,750 3,919 40,64. 12,291 2.3 31.5
1,500 2,238 6.1 224 d .6 2,647 71 9 1,770 288 66.9 26.2 34. 1944 Ohiongo Great Western ......................... 1944 1,500 10,674 2.3 1,207 19.3 12,826 3,336 429 5,652 1,402 67.7 26.0 36.2
1,500 2,109 225 2,502 591 4 1, 07 29 60.2 23. 31.6 1943 1943 1,501 10,435 1,011 12,260 2924 1418 7,570 1,462 61.7 23.8 32.5
10,722 13,99 2.0o 2,703 14.7 18,456 6,299 967 13,321 2,560 72.2 34.1 329 1944 Ohingo, ItleSi st. Paul a si ...... 1944 10,73 69,657 1.2 12,558 19.7 9 27,577 4,741 62,982 12,700 69.7
10,765 13,712 2.357 17,673 5,097 33 10,992 5,054 62.2 2.g 25.8 1943 1943 10,795 658,53 10,490 6629 2;35 4,226 51:352 23,984 59.3 25. 3.
1,617 1,609 413.1 2,151 677 116 1,72 3 1944 Chicago, t. Paul, Minneapolis & Oma a....... 1944 1 16 .5 1, 19. 1,175 3.206 o 7 2
1,624 33639 31i 2:,2 630 316 1,532 45 71.5 29. 36.7 3,619143: 8:5 o i i ^ 23 56o 7, :6 1,922 73.1
55 4,944 14.1 4 62.1 5,742 9 346 l, ,9 36 1 16 19414 Duluth, Missabe A Iron Range .................. 194 4 37.4 2 64.5 523 .73 .6
14,631 6.0o 1,775 30.5 17,679 6,46 l,.e 1,55 2161 65.3 36.6 24. 1944 Great Northern ................................ 1944 ,373 5 ,j90 14. 32.1 79,169 27739 5,922 5344 9,2146 7.9 35.0 2.6
1:3.296 1,360 16,526 5,234 1,319 9:694 2:636 5.7 31.7 221.9 1943 191943 5,112 57;*45 ; 65,595 24;232 6,25 4:609 9,71g 66.5 35.3 26.6
4.277 4,10 28.6 222 2.1 4,635 1,509 252 3,24a 1,080 70.1 32.6 33.0O 1944 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. al # ....1944 1 4,277 19 25.5 101 I 7 21,646 612151.1 3 36.1
4,277 3,192 217 3,696 1,195 264 2,590 713 70.1 32:3 3, 1943 1320 935 17,467 554 l;32 l2;95 2, 14.2 32.0 37.1
6,617 o10,026 .7 ,7 47.3 12.93 4,420 1,010 ,7g4 l,5 67.9 34.2 2 1. 1944 Northern Pacifio .............................. 1944 6,867 : 7.1 61, 6.6 61 ,520 4 4,:965 4747 11,666 6o 29.
6,865 9,223 1,21 11,398 3,401 537 707 2, 13 1943 6U:6 4;05 5364 549 0. 4,306 345 11666 64.0 .
Oentral Western Regiont
9 1 762 17.4 3,129 46 72 1,956 4 62.5 27.0 29.4 1944 Alton .......................................... 1944 :9,21 6.4 3 15.0 1,154 4,12 11 10,170 85 67.1 27.2
95. 261 3,139 792 55 l: 3 219 60.5 25.2 29.3 1943 1943 9 l 1- 3, 1l,12 3,591 714 5,904 2, 55.6 23.76
2 34 2.7 99992 133 ,494 2,710 25,3 4,064 61.1 31.1 27.1 9 Atoion, Topeka A Santa e / ................ .. 13,117 4.4 46, 22.6 4 57065 12460 1,12 20,231 59.3 2.5 27.6
,7 39,55 ,953 4 19,694 5,46 49.4 22.5 24.3 1943 13,155 32994 93:39 25,629 50.9 22.9 25.3
,91 5 1.5 364 32 65 614 2 62.9 32. 25.7 1944 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .................. 1944 ,991 71,599 10.7 16,434 147.9 9,15 ,32 4901 5, ,4 59.0 2.4 26.0
9,030 12,433 2,34 16,3 4,677 597 9,653 5,150 59.2 2.; 26.1 1911' 1g 43 193o 903 2 614,69 11,110 ..;.l. 2;5g7 .49,1 e;i3 ;74 5.4 :4.6 25.4
,751 }10 25 0.2 3,65 11.4 14Ooks 4,202 689 P i97,717 2,7 62.7 27.4 i2.9.1" 1944 ago, Ro Iland fo ................... 1 7751 1,. .4 1933 46320 11,96 61. 29.6
.71 1476 3,220 1N,757 3,:423 639 1:479 3A 57.5 237.12 29.6 1943 113 7:7614 1679 I. ;'1, 1127 15,599 ;M40307 1901 56.1 22.6
J001 4:p4 id_3. 916 11,5 5,93 1,5 45 11 3,516 1,747 64.7 31.5 25.3 1944 Denver & Rio Grand* Western 0 ...............1944 2,396 23,061 .4 14073 6.7 25,321 9,023 2,146 19,042 6,259 67.2 31.9
2 4,1 732 5,975 1 ,351 255 3,227 1,54 54.0 23.1 26,6 1943 1943 2,405 22,969 3,51 27,912 6552 1,275 15,597 7,054 55.9 23.5 67.B
5319. 2,.46 .1501 1,920 23 ,,"12.16 65.2 0.6 a 4 1944 S4outhern Pa.cific company ................... 8,92 5 131,.77 6 4, 25.1 .... 65:", 10,:462 1 840.6: 15. 69. 32.2 .
S29446 40521 25.9 19 23. 6 25,3 93;27145,369 9,307 0,2141 2;7 60. 26.14
9,525 29, ,.0 9 ,:9 1 26,242 392 65.6 32T 26. 1944 nion Pacific ................................. 14 9,79 2 14,55.1 37:, 22.2 9 2 55,760 7,0 1,417 14:1 6 3 26.
93121 29,221 ?,T6 9 T 2437 1:0 23.991 3:921 61.3 319 2414 19943 143 9,535 M :39 6 7 55;230 7A 171 22;34 61.5 3i
Southwestern Region:
j 14 59.4 1,2 1 1.1 147.14 1:16 2:1t 1 4: 24.9 2461 69:1 34 2g.g 1944 Nissouni-Kansan-Texas Lines................... 1944 24,4 4.7 396 .7 2,97 1070 76 22, 3,250 6
3 7 21 4 i 565 9 36. 1943 1943 3:197 233 3;920 0, 29 011,25 55 22 2512 .
:09 7, d 772 26.3 1: 4 .3 2 60: 7 22.70 144 M eisouri Paolfle ... ........................... 44 9 1.0 1716 7 244 74 5.
,09; 1293 1943943 0 7 27 94 5,516 3;52l 47,396 07 52.7 21.7 26.7
5 14 15.0 1 2.0 19 1 11 3,70 602 :6 2#.4 22.6 1944 Teas Pacific ...............................194 4 21,536 25.3 5 .9 .5
3.71 5,9 1, 24 722 3.2 9 7 2 1; 5 591 3;5 5 7 .


310 6 323 172 4 17 55.2 22.2 S7:4 i 13 159 1,599 131 1, 1 6:767 319 19 570 1433 .2 .1 .
20.0 213 6,151 1.269 11 9 25 50 4g., 20.6 19144 St. Louis Southwestern Lines # ................ 19414 1,60 25,656 5.3 1,:513 10.7 27,526 524 7141 13,710 20.9
1.1 4,711 25 5,195 90 119 2, 2,255 46. 17.94 .1 13 1943 1,61 23,6M 1,366 25,663 150 593 47 239 16.2
:41 6o 2.6 2.47 19.0 1. 408 2? 6,46 1:569 .6 25.6 25.4 1944 t. me. w Orlau ............................ 1944 44 41,207 185 19.9 56,02 13,926 14 3 7.444 2
4 ,l52 2.o 2.79 2.0,75 2.2 0 290 2532 a.1 20.2 23T.7 19, 19 4 341 41.55e 90..90 54., :6;B05 1:2 2510.20 79.,
IT5 5 43 9890 4.gk23.71
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SInoludeos morti ation of Defense Projeots.
Report of trustee or trustees.
a/Includee Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Ineladee returned for Southarn Paciflo Steamship Linee.
Decrease or deflolit.


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