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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

3 1262 08731 005I INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
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BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


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Statement No. M-150
JUNE 1944


FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1944 AND 1943 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1944 AND 1943
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
.e Freight Passenger Percent Percent Perceint Perce n
Deprec Net Oper- mante- tran-Freight Passenger Percent Percent
of road ation in- railway ating nanmes portation Average Depreci- Net Oper- nainte- trans-
nRegion, road, rnayeardation In- railway sting
operated per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses on, roa, an year le aton n- railway sting nance portion
at close cent cent Total mainte- in pre- Total ating (per- of oper- of oper- of ra Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expense expenses
of month Amount in- Amount in- nance ceding income cent) eating eating operated cent cent Total mainte- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
crease crease column .g revenues revenues Amount in- Amount in. nance ceding income cent) eating eating
orease crease column f revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) ( ) (h) (1) I (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (7) (y) ()) (Ia)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)
198,950 $527,667 6.6 $818,820 8.8 27,54L0 $220,007 $38,30u $472,2334 $89,361 64.9 30.2 29.: 19942 Total--Roads listed herein....................e4r199e060 13,091,556 4.o $Big,155 17.9 $4 201,649 1,2641720 $226,019 S2,905,214- 847,327 66.8 3
199,237 95,133 136,727 79,17 ,21 3113 ,307 97,361 60. 27.7 23. 1.. 1 15 4.0 9 1 055;6 9 57 7 i 1
INew England Region 1,43 199,385 2,973,099 6951402 3,938,989 1,055,601 20013 2,395,331 636,662 60.8 26.9 29.5
11.6 1,6157, 2,32,570.6 31.3 35.0 19 Boston & Maine............................. 1944 1 30,326 1.9 9,058 2.5 43,2S6 14,217 2,68 32,060 479.1 32 3
2 : 1, 194 1,82 29,773 8834 42,389 12,332 9 28,562 6,555 67.4 29.1 3 .2
1,838 8,191 8.3 6815 5.0 16.1 0 i.48O 73 10,372 2,252 64. 27.7 11.3 1944 New York, New Haven & Hartford# ........... 19.41 1,838 49,oso 3.2 36,060 8.1 92,032 25,392 1,OS7 62,207 12,632 67.6 27.6 3 .
1,83693 15,1 36reat Lakes on 13 1,838 7,560 33.351 87,453 20,812 3,933 51,608 17,130 59.0 23.8 30.2

973 5,025 d 1.2 916 d 10.2 6654 1,754 366 62 841 6.5 26.4 38.6 194 Delawere, Lackawanna & Western.............191 973 30,32 d2.3 5,226 d .6 39,1 10,704 2,196 28,624 4,46 72.9 27.2 1.
97 505 1,053 6750 1,716 3090 91 66.5 25. 369 1931943 979 31,036 5,259 39.916 9,:29 2,278 25,810 6,:13 61.7 23.2 37.2
2 214 11 136 8d 1,091 10.6 13,O98 3682 609 9,001 ,7-l 6 8.7 2 .1 35.2 1914 Erie ...................................... 191 2,211 69,013 1.6 6075 31.3 79,9511 0,998 3,68 51112 10,6 67.7 26.3 36.
2:242 11:176 987 121961 3,341 577 ,032 1, 3 62.0 25.8 31.6 3 ntal1913 2,:242 67,918 1 ,:62 76,706 18,201 3,56 6,154 0,35 60 .6





1,o 2, 1 9 151 ,1 7| 3 1 2944 GrandTrunkgh &aWesternl .................... .. 19 2 .4 7 6. 1,d ,81 9 13,63 2,6 6.
16 79 13 0853 1, 01 07 3. leigh Valley.......................... 1913 1,026 111,85 1 1,591 17,523 11,996 911112,0311 3,5' 68.7 3.028.5 35.7 34-
1,2660 ,11610 6.3 6704 6.5 9,539 2,619 N2 6,007 61001 o.3 30.7 35.7 1914 Lehigh Valley .191 1,260 o3,459 14.5 1,286 38.1 30,62 11,796 3,2o35529 5,153 70.5 37.1
266o7,330 2,215 609 1,0 7.8 30.2 33.01943 1,260 37,98 3,103 3,:969 12,199 2,571 29,2111 6,2595 66.5 27.7 31.5








1.5 3, 141 1,o7a at New .. ........................... 15 5 0 29.3 12.
10,7116 39,099 1.1 18,266 17.11 63,373 1,212 3,236 5o0.7 32.0 1911117191
10,7 0 1675 1 56 159,312 2 1 2 ,19 5 7.0 0 194 New York Centralea/................................19 10,746 23632 d .11 89,593 25.3 358,505 i13,156 19,47 259,354 1 ,200 72.3 31.6 358
1,688 7, 27 3.7 3 h1,97ln9** ** 19111 5 12 2,81 1
1,686 ,17 2,17 4,97 9 59. 25.3 2 19 New York. Chicago & St. Louis .............. 1944 392 614 6.5 2,17120 6,134 2,597 12,805 1,25 748 3.8 36.1
17:647311,129 1,783 376 4,234 1,141 52.8 21.9 263 1913 1943 1,688 17,165 1,358 119,:668 10,196 2,171 25,800 6:876 51.9 20.5 7.7












13 -5 .*1943 392 13,93 50, 168, 5.977 3,126 11,999 655 73.8 3 .7 34.2
1,991943 37 93 12,98 19,887 6,078 15,165 1,135 76.3 30.6 42.8
S 9 9 o2 2 59 0 116 3 61 35 374 34 33.7 194 Per. Marquette .......................... 1944 1,9711 33,112 3.9 1,85 1.9 ,207 9,551,954 2 3721,26 51,7029 7.8 33 39.0
009 ,150 292 1,507 317 31 501 7.6 32. 30 193 19 10,180 202 320,1763 11,93 27,005321 10,801 2 1,6 136,7174 60,86 6.6 27 37.3
229 2,808 18.2 120 1.6 3,019 1,33 34 ,o2 70 79.6 4.5 30.1 19 Pittsburgh Lak Eri........................ 1944 229 1 50,8371 2.1 ,057 7.1 5817, 5 7,29 1,97 1,023 2 7,64 6798. 312.9 34.0
231 2,375 2,579 1,177 311 2:076 37 0.5 5.7 29.5 19t3 1943 232 16,312 719 517,5 6,681 1,862 12,278 3330 766.3 30.0 3 3 27.3
2,393 6173 d 1.7 916 2.0 7,53 2,020 352 432 77 61.5 25. 30.3 19 Wabash...... Oho.............................. .19 2,393 39,7 .5 3 13.15 ,11 55 1,15 91,98 672871 1516 6.1 2 .
2,393 6,587897 7,913 1,8118 297 11,626 962 58.5 23.11 29. 19113CentralEaste:1943 2,393 39,2224 Z, 11,112j 10,116 1,781 26,603 5,886 57.3 21.8 3
6,145 28,083 19.5 35.0 3243 12,15 91329 71.0 355 30.9 19 altimore & Ohio ..........................1944 1,973 16,72459 .3 21,2360 6.0 18,7 6,2 99 1,504 22.369 6672.9 33.17 3.3
6,151 23,509 3,303 2,296 9,301 3 195031 6.9 32.9 31.0 1943 1943 61,9715 17,4831 17,2870 17316 52:,63 95, 1135178 ,525 65.9 29. 3 25.7
65 4127 1.5 61 d 13.6 5,01 1,27 318 3,60 99 71 1 4 8 3 .5 1941 Central of New Jersey #................... 19441 655 25,051 d 2.9 3,29 .3 0,429 3,927 1,922 23,133 2,270 76.o .





















657 ;1 6 ; 6.0 11 ,06 7 u1509 ,11 6 37h3,l73 83 72.6 1924 4,745 77,3806 2.4 830 3.7 106,59 28,692 6,12 6,225 12,28 61.2 27.8 28.9
S1931943 657 258 0 3,765 31,3251 ,539 1,805 22,307 3,399 71.2 27.3 7:6
912 2,99 12.7 627 13.6 2,956 893 3 2063 346 698 30.2 33.1 1944 Chicago & Eastn Illinois ................ 1944 912 12,055 .2 3,673 22. 16,72256 4,71260 9g 11,3859 1966 6.8 7.6 33.6
912 1,863 552 2,632 690 81 1,653 288 62.8 26.2 30.9 1943 1943 912 11,570 3,002 159763 3,775 183 91139 224,23 6.7 2. 731.2
392 2,562 22.7 2 5 1,012 3 2,7 311 70.3 .2 33. 19 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern...................19 392 1 ,65 1710 6,132597 12,05 1,25 7.
392 2,087 2659 78.9 120.6 35.11 19143 .1943 1392 13,934. 16,268 5,977 3,126 11,999 655 73.8 36.7 .31.2
376 1,128 8.0 2,590 8.6 3899 1,083 183 2,76o 313 0.9 27.8 4112 19111 Long Island................................ 191 376 150 10.1 12,813 2,8621,01166,793 1,093 16,916 380 80.5 32.3
378 1,11112,835 11,030 939 182 2,118 798 60.0 23.3 35.2 1913 1913 378693 12,499 19,897 6:078 1,081 15,165 1,135 76.3 30,6 12.8
IO,07 9 58:4 4 9.0 2o,7oo 9 86,94ZI252,o1 3 2. 4 6,1 9, II 749 729.89 36.2 194141 Penneylvania...............................191,10,301 338,J21 5.5 127,017 13.9 5l 531 151,954 23,580 370,178 51,970 73.8
1619143 10,180 320,663 111,493 468,321 130,801 21,022 326,174 60,286 69.6 27.9 37.3
1,1.0 8,331 13.9 851 d.,63 9 9,o605 3,367 620 6,1993 1,227 67.6 3 293 1944 H Reading .......................................1941 1413 50,937 2.1,057 7.1 51.519 11,3053,98 39,922 7,6168.21
1.118 7,312 883 s,671 2,991 539 6,199 1,195 71.5 3 .5 33.: 1913 1943 1,191 45,832.5,717158,5397 18,21303,598 39,92 79,6111 6 .3
3,o98'073 15,824,300 i 2 037 1.3 19,5421 57A3 1,59 1,24 2 ?6 6o.6 31.2 2R 2 1lq Cheoapeeke & Ohio ......................... 19141 3,073 93,285 9.3 12,105 32.5 109,116167,201 16,674 61.6
3088 12,100 1, 5 1498 1,266 ,823 2,578 61.0 31.6 1903 1913 3,090 85,36 9,135 97:,92 26,397 7,121 52,915 18,066 54.0 26,9 22.9
2 154 11,932 41.7 1,565 22.6 13,910 11,o02 1,201 7,42o 2,2341 .3 2 8..8 21.0 1911 Norfolk & Western............................19111 2,1541 68,o5 5.2 8,532 20.2 79,0741 2415341 1099 15,032 12,959 56
2,156 8,119 1,276 10,0511 3,850 1,051 6,976 1,651 69 38.3 26.3 1913S7rR o63 2:156 6.709l7,097 7.095 22 316251:786 11: 19 5N
4119602 8,416g1 3,1775 d 12 12,815 826134 18067 519.9 6.0 2 1964 Atlantic Coast Line"........................191111 961 54097 3.4 23,112 11.1582,i 1 I1, 67 5 5 l045,584 8,63 ;5.5 23
64 1 g82 51.7 20.9 41913 11, 5,97920,811 81,1,2153,57 39,490 10705 48.725.
1,816 2,272 7.1 738 7.5 3,2711 929 211 2,308 67 7 0.5 28.4 35.1 1911 Central ofGeorgia, .......................1911 1,816 3.6 1,202 15.3 19,311 5,515 1,215 13833,051 1.2
1,816 2:,16 687 3,050 745 18 1.937 61 3.5 21.4 32.8 193 1913 0 1,816 1 N3,64 18,528 1,37689211,7,552 61.6 23.6 3.
1,973 2792,314511250.12.0 3,27661,0811 19110 65.6 64Gulf, Mobile & Ohio.......................1944 1,973 16.72I d .1 1,360 6.o i70 6,192 997 12502,369 66.9 33. 27.
-223 2,71 993 161 1,979 333 69.9 31.6 27.2 1943 1913 1,972 17,1138 1,283 19,292 5,61 956 11265
,823 13,974 6.41 3,17 20.5 18,567 6,o111 1,124 11,865 2,117 63.9 32.6 27,1 1911 Illinois Central...........................1944 IV,23 85,132 3.0 18,6011 21.3 110,63 3 3,239 6,652 70,483 11,055 63.91
:182 13,131 2,936 16,961 5,943 1,094 11,712 2,577 69.1 35.0 29.5 1913" 1911.3 1,827 82,630 14.,973 ,103,691 34,693, 6,512 68,702 17,215 66.3 33. 1 28.11
4,711 12,9%19 6.1 4 ,192 6.0 18,258 14,799 996 11,025 2,1O1 60.1 26.3 29.5 1911 Louisville & Nashville.....................19441 ,715 77,396 2.1 22,830 3.7 1O6,591 29,65 6,0os 65,225 12,48 61.2
41715 12,205 3,955 17,023 11,002 923 9,018 2,189 53.2 23.5 25.5 1913 1913 4,745 75,560 22,015 103,0 1 2.5 5,495 5,702 13.178 55.0 23.8 27.1
41171 "7,111 d 11.6 3,1189 6.2 11,3011 3,2211 2521,2941 1,792 6115 28.5 29.5 1911 Seaboard Air Line ##.......................1911 4 175 16,736 d 1.8 21,581 g.1 72,261 18,585 3,168 01,201 11,628 60.7 25.5 29.2
1,178 7:456 3,286 11,110 2,722 49 6361 651 55.8 23,9 2.2 19413 1923:,181 117,599 -19,915 71,711 15I,.113 2,748 38,555 20,169 53.8 21.5 26,7
6565 1 3,779 15.1 5,19dn 1. 9,721,592 5594 932 2,12,767 2635 59.1 27.5 27.3 1944 Southern,.......................................1944 651 9 2,4Z 7.1 29,251 7.5 129,212. 31g1912 5,578 76,516 16,566 59.2 27.
619701 5,06 g9 39 0,535 2,948 53.5 25.7 23.7 1913 1913 6,512 6.31 27,22 120,670 29,028 5,012 63,36 17,3 52.5.1 2.5
1,5214 1,889 d 3,0 1110 6.2 2,425o 9011 102 1,905 251 577. 36.9 36.1 194111 Yazoo & Msisiesipni Valley................. 194111 1,5241 13,2990 d 1.8 1 2,525 32.7 16,7Z601,6809 7211,038 2,081 65.

Percent increase computed on units of dollars.


Includes aort ortiation of Defene Projects.s
# Report of trustee or trustees.


## Report of receiver or receivers.
/ Includes Boston & Albany, Lessor to New York Central.
a Decrease or.deficit.








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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


JUNE 1944


____FORTHE MONTH OF JUNE,1944 AND 143 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1944 AND 1943
SOperating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Freight Passenger Percent Percent --ih Percent Percent
ile rreadh Passenge Deprecl- Net Oper- mainte- trans- eri Freight Passenger Deprecl- Net Oper- mainte- Irane-
of road atlon In- railway eating nance portatlon Region, rOad, and year 'nles at Ion eIn- railwayating nance portep on
operated Per Per All oluded Oper- ratio expenses expenses feg-on, roaP, anT year mlp All eluded iaoper (r- ratio expenses Xpe
at close cent cent Totai uainte- in pre- Total atlng (per- of oper- of oper- operated cent cen- Total malnte- in pre- Total ting (per- of oper- of oper-
of sonth Amount in- Amount in- nance ceding income cent) eating atlng oper Amount Ient A t en hnce olun Income cent) ;tlng an
orease crease column revenues revenues ln- In- column i revenues revenues
crease crease
(a) (b) (c) (d) ((h) ((I U W) hW i ( )C)c(C)t)-u-1(111(a))x)(o)(p)() (r)( (t)(u) (v) (w) (x) (Y)(.) (a )
(Money items in thousands of dollars)e (Money items in thousands of dollars)-
89077 $9 0 d 1.9 *3,50 155 $14 205 $1,040 $9680 2,Oi 6.1 31 1944 Chcr go&s orthn Western ...................... 19 ,93 1 2 19.7 07 52 25,722 62 50
a, 9,591 3,03 13,1 1:925 997 6 21 ,959 62.3 29 : 4: 13 13......93 9,100 55o0 1,939 76:699 21,o950 : 8 9329 15 20 4 31.9 33.9
,3925,9. 5 30.9
1 500 2,o086 3-5 235 2.3 2,699 14 9 1,914 259 72.6 29.8 37.1 1944 Chicago Great Western ........................ 194 1 500 12760 2.5 1461 16.2 1, ,1 518 1,496 1662 6g.5 26.6 36.
1, 8,1 9 i b 4 1,527 290 3.3 25.9 32.: 1943 .1943 1,501 12,651 1:21 6,73 3:549 502 9,097 1:752 62.0 2.2 3.7
210 177 1 1 d 7 ,20 99 7 i 7 0 6,90 17 2,54 :4. 3327 1963 Ceat. P a&Paific#.194 10,731 93,603 15,767 17.5 109,036 34,697 5,710 7, 15,26 70.5 31.
76 5 5 ls75 9.92666.6 970 63. :0,32. 1 196 16 153 5e
10,5 1 1S,950 65: 64 939 1 907 4,05 23 309 9 7.0 1943 1963 10,791 93,129 13,4162105,535 27,699 5,o 63,159 26,039 59.89 6.1
1,6 17 31,6 10370o M12,61 10,15 39 & .3i S : 1..... 7 1.5 7, 7- .
S1,66 1,595 6 .9 37 1.3 ,19 0 116 .,759 7 32.0 29. 19 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha....16... 1944 1,6 10,153 .5 2,053 15. 13,363 3, 213 744 6
39 116 1,528 377 71.7 30.0 36.6 1963 1963 1,6 10,098 1,779 12,731 3,631 96 9,273 2,29 79 29.5 39.9
5 6 7.7 6 29.6 4 a? 2 6 191 2110 30 34" 1 16.7 196 uluth, Miseab. B &Iron Range .................. 944 5 13,192 2..3 31 564 1,359 37 06 9,1941 3,19 356 2.
a71,2.29 5 14,621 91 271963 566610,612 20 12,356 i,61,6 7,751 1,636 39.721.9
,372 15,97 3.0 192 11.7 i,26 6,161 1,216 01,39 2,5: 59. 31.9 23.5 1966 Great Northnern .................................. 1944 9 7 81,903, 12.3 9,,96 27.6 98,607719 33,9 ,13 6 ,0 ,069 66. 36.9
9,12 15,515 6 18 1, 721 5,703 1321 2 1 50.5 21.0 1963 1963 g,:105 o 7,,929 7,716 97319 29,936 7 609 55,907 12,41 660 36. 29.






6,27 3,99 2! ^ 1^ 6t 6,5673; 1,695: j: 3,26 753-- -^ ;l3 W5- 4?? )- ^ 4 55" ^^ 1~lI ^ 6:^i:
277 32g2 P.46 9 7 46 5. 7 2.6221,69.712 45 71. 32.7 36.2 1944 Minneapolis, St. Paul ult Ste. Marie # 19 277 0 190 15.7 26 IS8 8 065 1509 19 5,296 71.1 30.
3,7 65 7 2 93S- al& al te aie#..1963 6,74i,561,2121,2946 6979 1,599 15,701 333 73.9 3.64 .
6967 10,106 9.7 2O93 12.9 13,637 ,311 1,0189 ,667 2 046 66. 32.1 27.0 1966 Northern Pacific ............................. 1944 667 58101 7. 10,710 ,077 293 5,986 51 1 ,6 .5 33.1 .
6:968 9,293 1,55 12,209 3,55, 897 7,370 2:693 6o 29.1 25.8 1963 193 6:969 5,101 7219 I772 193 5203 262 16,3 9 63 3 29.7 29
Central Western Region:









9;6 '; 3 96902 52.2 37S 917 77f 2,13 2" 4 S6^ 27:6 30 3 -- -- "' -*- -^ 5 ^~ ^ 27 5^ ^^ 3;^ ^6 5 326
959 1,98 d 9 992 52.9, 912 7 77 2,136 6 60.6 27.9 30.6 1944 Alton #...................................... 1944 959 11,810 d 6.89 657 21.6 is 5 2,354388 12,0 24 3
959 ,183 652 3 113 939 55 1,0 215 604.6 27.0 29.1 1943 1963 959 12,676 3:931 2185 9_430 3292 10,24 52 58.9.97 .
13,093 31,510 15.5 10,988 10.3 5,000 12,353 2,66 25,'227 4,562 56,l 27.5 2.9 1944 Atchi.son, Topeka & Santa re a/ ............... 1944 13,1 170,393 6.3 57,069 20.1 245,415 69,419 15,186 1616,4R :039 2 .3- 2.
13,1 9 27,293 9:506 39,2 99 9,30 1,897 19,778 5,219 50.3 23.7 2.0 193 1963 13,15 160,273 7,512 222,859 51,251 11,191 113:176 6309 a 50.9 23.0 2.
9,991 1717 19-.0 3,10 30. i,85'5 66 12,63 1,629 63.3 35 25. 2 1944 Chicago. Burlington & Quincy................. 194 9991 96,317 120 19,9 .5115,6966 959 6,279 12,669 59.7 29. 25.
9 o3o 1:R36 ____9 6 1 0 2,237 ?6. 8,225 2,462 .6 19.6 21.9 19433;0<2 1:55 30 77 1 3.7 19.:
9 123672736 99 9,690 1193 1963 9032 77,045 13,902 99,-66 29,123 5,9551 23 2.
751 IO 926 .7 3 451 11-7 15:460 4, 27.4 1944 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific #...................7701 62,;6 d. 3621550 17. 00962 2371 4ill 6016 16,M06 61.6 26.1 29.2
7,751 10,957 3, 7 19 15,87 3,72 6 3,097 55.89 3.7 '" 1943 7,762 162,331l,3943 6.1.
62 9I:3 7:316 ,7 3.916 22,919 56.1 2.193
91 4 3 d 10.2 972 O1. 5,6456 2119 6 1 108 80 7 399 8 30.9 19644 Denver & Rio Grands western #................1966 49 27, 96 d 1.6 6,965 5.2 33,776 11,141 2,566 23,150 766 69. 33.0 30
2, 059 4:813 993 5,991 1:,36 2 3:272 1,576 5 26.0 26.3 11963 e1903 2,O51 05 27,92 4,70133,909 7,988 1,531 19,869 8,628
9126 29 ,55 / d 3.2 9,467 3.3 417Z8 1 ;,24 2,100 29196 ,621 67.5 31.7 29.2 1966 Southern Pacific Comteny f...................y 194 a,.64 170,621 5.5 4,:806 20.7 264,960 79,720 12,562 168,893 19,552 69.0 32o13
8:31,o3 9,2,5 :164 2 52 1483 1:913 23:519 5,310 55.3 26.6 25.1 1963 .943 8,32 161,7s9 5,613 225,916 59,952 11,220 133,759 33,208 59.P 26.12.
9,789 27,966 d 6.6 9,203 .6 393 12,647 1,502 29669 2,672 65,6 31.7 26. 1964 Union Paciflo................................1966 9,792 171,A61 3.4 46,191 17.9 235,165 17,208,10162 159,085 16,996 67.6 32.9
9,912 29',63 9,153 ,3 0 12,1506 23,978 71917 5.5 31.. 1963 29.
1:,U0 I95 3016 91963 9,931 165,503 39,219 220,977 7,380 9 506 135,169 2,4052 61.2
175 ,963 3930 27I .2 1966 Msor-Ene-ea Line3..............9..19663O156 0.3
Southwest ern Region:
3,253 144 26.5 1,6 16.9 60 3 17 6,963 931 5 3:R 7 196 sout nRen.................194 3,270 30,166 9.0 6o 712 11.1 3go 1727 1,051 27,527 3 67 .0 30.0
6 3 .
178 4779 13 75. 2 27.8 1943 1963 3,293 27,929 6:15 s3 73 2 I:1l : nO519 7,35l73,35 7Z379
7,097 16,092 9.3 3,585 16.3 19,004 0,15 996 11,06 2,239 0.2 6.64 7. 1944 MisouriPacific...........................1966 7,097 96,690 .6 21,601 35.01,0598;687 ?I 266,3165 359 5.2 25 2.?.
7,097 12,993 3092 17:160 ,600 716 10,662 2,707 O.9 26.9: 27.3a116,012.29.69775,219 66,312015,9159.2 29.22.75
097012 ,82 6. 6,lo2448 2'1.o7,68 29.6 1963 1963 7,096 94,179 15,953 107,103 26,116 237 57,939 21,51 546. 22.52.
1,$94 3,4 5.9 ,1 6.3 6,292 1,917 196 0 3699 P9 7 59.0 9.1 23.239 1966 Texas & Pacific..........................1966 1,996 25,650 21.9 10,626 8.5 39,666 11,311 1,O97 22.631 3,392 57.3 a29
1 6946 99 .3 1 6 165932 0
39c'.:1,8751 5,990 1,639 16 31396 g99 57.5 27.9 23.9 1963193 1,995 20,991 9,796 33,565 936 102 19,303 6,53 57.5 27.7 2.
4,666 6,999 5 53 2:,52 god2,3 9,703 03 679 6,596 1,396 68.0 313 31.3 1966 St. Louis-San Francisco #.......................6,653 60,060i9.6 1,875 12.7 55,911,117 2,919 39,405 7,760 70.5 2,6 32.6
4 6 5 6 5 32 49:38 1 :6 0; 16 5 5: 9 7 o5 6 5 2; 51039 6 2:o5s n .. o .. .. .. .. 7 929 .8 o3 6oO O O ,319435 7O 33:317 59.9533 lO 53 8 1
6,65 ,53 220 207 616 5,67 2,0q 2. 2.9 9. 163943 6,66 36,609 10,53, 50,701 16,593 2,692 3323-i 10,9998 ,93.
159 291 d 26.0 22 d 25.6 31 67 6 198 69 60.8 21.6 32.9 1966 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas............... 1966 159 1,862 d5.9 166 3.1 2,072 397 26 1,096 2 5. 9 19.5 29,0
159 390 30 619 67 6 176 125 61.6 16.2 21,5 1963 1943 159 1,979 161 2195 397 2 1,046 559 7, 17.7 29.6
1607 5,660 6.7 369 1.1 5,923 1,165 150 2,729 82 46.1 19.37 1966 St. Louis Southwestern Lines# ...............1966 1,607 31,096 8.0 1,960 12.0 31,769 6,970 990 16,44o, 72
1,617 5,099296 1,000 233 2,691 956 65,0 1.1 22 9 1963 1963 1,617 29,796 1,661 3,176 5,150 926 1,6 2 6 6. 6.52.
15513,71 5.150 6 13',628 6',093 .7 16.5 .
4 o 8lo 67 1]534064O7O47 1 69:4 16,7484131o,, 36,776 9:7O3 4.6 e.4s.
7 6 261 1 ,O39 2, ,.7 21-194 Texas & New Orleans.. 49 8,1071 d 6.919.617915.5911995 T....31070,..........................19636 46 41,50 6 ,51:15; 9 619,1 65 84 13,062 1,558 36,717 156903 66 2199.
6,361 9,706 2,265 11:603 2,237 26 5,225 2,9 0 19.3 21.9 1963163 6 1 50125 6.


P-ercent increase computed on units of dollars.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
aIncludes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returned for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
- Decrease or deficit.


U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1944-0-597251




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