Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Statement ;
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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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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.
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Title from caption.
Statement of Responsibility:
Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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University of Florida
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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3 1262 08731 0354 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




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


SU,. DEP r-


Statement No. M-150

AUGUST 1944


O H Off UGST, 1944 AND 1943
I I I I -- a


Operating revenues


Freight Passenger

Per- Per- Total
Amount cent Amount cent
in- in-
crease crease

(b) (c) (d) (e) (f)


Operating expenses


Depreci-
ation in-
All eluded
mainte- in pre- Total
nance ceding
column %

(g) (h) CiM


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


( 1


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
sting
revenues


.Region, road, and year





(nl


Average
miles
of road
operated


FOR EIGHT MONTHS ENDED WITH AUGUST, 1944 AND 1943


FORaig eene OperMNH EDD IHAUUTin e944sNDee4


Freight Passenger


Per- Per- Total
Amount cmoun Amount cent T
n- Amount ein-
crease crease


atiorn n-
All eluded
mainte- in pre- Total
nance ceding
column


______ S(LL0 I..2L..I. (ci (ci) (r) (sC ) ( t) I (u) I C ) (w)C() I. A. (..A.. .[..zj (an).
1( e


198,898 $558,126
199,374 527,458


1,819
1,820
1,838
1,838
846
848

974

2,244
2,242
1,026
1,026
1,260
1,260
10,746
10,786
1,688
1,688
1,949
1,998
229
231
2,393
2,393
6,145
6:14R
655
657
912
912
392
392
376
378
10,090
10,172
1,410
1,417
3,072
3,0:o86
2,154
2,155
4,962
4,956
1,816
1,816
1,952
1,973
4 823
4:824
4 744
4,745
4,174
4,177
6, o
6;51
1,524
1,524


4,853
5,108
7,40p5
7,849
,595
:,233
4,960
5:686
11,149
11,832
2,221
2,310
7,325
7,097
40,799
42,775
8,099
7:666
4,307
4,092
2,841
2,800
6,363
6,633
27,497
26,297



1,987
1,982
2,445
2,189
1,321
1,152
59,532
58,855

8,563

16,698
16,132
12,809
10,724

7,5

2,480
2,332
2,894
2,818
14,906
14,219
13,577
12,756
6,818
6,423
16,650
14,171
2,50
2,05422


5.8 $150,471
150,100
a 5.0o 2,053
2,266

2:22
6,927
d19.3 302
261

8 1,054
1,133
d-,.8 1;4

d .9 2 510
384
3.2 756
782

S 4.6 18,097
16,550
5.6 491
373
5.3 475
458
1.5 138
139
d 4.1 966
1,048
4.6 4,528
4,147
d 3.9 749
850
.3

11.7

14.7 3,220
3,257
1.2 23,350
23,322
d 1. 889
988
3.5 1,817
2,418
19.4 1,625
1,678
d 4.4 3:751
3,898

6.4 863
84,
2.7 270
271
4.8 3,567
3,340
6.4 4,120
4,079
6.2 3,550
3,518
17.5 5,235
5,547
22.9 461


0.2

d 9.4.




15.6



8.4

32.8

d 3.2

9.3

31.6

3.7






9.2

d 11.9

13.2



d 1.1

.1

d 10.0

d 24.9

8 3.1



2.5

d .4

6.8

1.0

.9

d 7.6

7.6


7,551
8,035
15,41]
15,938
4,003
4,609
6,615

13,392
13,947
2,915
2,850
8,516
8,320
64,462
64,710
8,764
8,194
2,106
,813
3,073
3,027
7,817
8,103
34,617
32,059
5,Z69
5, 27

2,945
2,839
2,880
2,560
4,733
4,580
89,315
88,414
9,792
9,939
19,290
19,278
14,822
12,767
11i,81
12,225

3:428



19,612
18,506
is1645
17.67N
11,092
10,565
23,091
20;926
3,116
2,625


4,535
3,877

1,599
1,472
1,768
1,801
3,799
3,550
1,005
942
2,805
2,338
20,515
17,261
2,277
1,864
1,883
1,558

1,296
1,231
2,091
1,931
12,008
9:644
1,470
1,715
865
687
1,089
908

*94
27 ,065
21,763
3,291
2,964
Z,929
:,571
4,023
3,615
3,426
2,675
981
764
1,239
950
6,664
5,884
4,Z98
4,450
3,129
2,353
6,135
5,050
882
841


347
307
706
643
344
307
365
359
608
576

152
153



3,294
2,978
460
378
361
269

345
311
389
310
1,433
1,239
320
321
83
81
446
402
182
182
4,040
3,765
637
552
1,629
1,262
1,221
1,092
811
594
214
149
190
161
1,120
1,102
1,023
921
548
209


10,153
,24795


5,46
5,482
10,753
9, :52
3,196
2,931
4,740
4,805
9,183
8:426
2,328
2,215
6,271
5,511
44,636
39,072
5,198
,501
3,812
3,298
2,410
2,181
4,956
4,782
25, 0
20,554
731
,O36

2,013
1,673
2,230
1,877
2,887
2,429
62,607
51,525

6:470,
11,566
9:Z93

7,60o
,909
7.781
1,619
2,420
1,918
2,311
1,945
12,768
11,737
11,196
10,082
7,284
5,949


1,895
1,99-


ly Iems In tousands of dollars)*


$90,323
118,061

903
1,249
1,398
3,270
580
1,100
800
1,192

1,459
1,519
418
399
1,424
1,068
6,079
8,377
954
1,091
743
547
468
503
713
941
3,960
,329
678
537
140
367
249
183
842
1,142
10,108
18,940
995
95
2,876
3,436
2,279
1,937
618
835
793
1,080
401
401
1,814
2,537
2,184
2,226
1,759
2,203
3,012
3,283
467
182


64.4 29.8
58.5 26.7
73.5 33.2
68.2 30.7
69.7 29.4
59.3 24.3
79.9 40.0
63.6 31.9
23 6.6
5 24.2
68.6 28.4
60.4 25.5
79.9 34.5
77.7 33.1
32.9
a:.2 28.1
69.2 31.8
6 31.
60.4 26.7

59.3 26.o
54.9 22.8
4.6 36.9
N85 32.4
78.4 42.2
72.1 40.7
63.4 26.7
59.0 23.8
34.7
941 30.1
69. 27.4
71.7 30.5
68.4 2g:4
59.9 2 .2
58.9 24.2

77.4 37.8
73.4 35.5
61.0 23.2
53.0 20.6
70.1
58.3'
8 33.6
05:1 29.8
60.0 30.7
48.8 23.7
51.3 27.1
54.1 28.3
6. 29.0
; 21.9
64.9 26.3
55.9 22.3
70. 38.0
1.2 29.9
65.1 34.0
63.4 31.8
60.1 26.6
57.0 25.2
65.7 28.2
56.3 22.3
58.1 26.6
51.8 24.1
60.8 28.3
76.0 32.0


I _______ i _________ L ____________ I ____________ L................L _______ t __________


30.0
27.5
36.0
33.7
34.5
30.2
35.8
28.3
40.1
36.4
34.9
30.7
38.8
39.5
36.9
34.1
32.9
29.6
21:j

32.8
31.4

31.
26:1
31.1
30.0



37.8
38.0
33.1
29.6
34.8
35.8
036.1
30.7
35.4
30.1
23.14
3N.

25.4
21.2
20.7
22.2
32.2
27.7
32.9
28.3
26.4
25.1
26.8
27.3
29.3
27.7
30.6
27.9
27.5
23.9
28.4
38.6


199,019 $4,185,605
199,385 4,025,710


1944 Total--Roads listed herein ................. 1944
1943 1943
New England Region: 194
1944 Boston & Maine .......................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 New York, New Haven & Hartford# ......... 1944
1943 1943
Great Lakes Region:1943
1944 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western .......... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Erie .................................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Lehigh Valley ........................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Hew York Central a/ .................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 New York, Chicago & Bt. Louis ........... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Pere Marquette .......................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................. 1944
1943 1943
1944 Wabash .................................. 1944
1943 194
Central Eastern Region: 1943
1944 Baltimore & Ohio ........................ 1944
1943 1943
1944 Central of Hew Jersey# .................. 1944
1943 1943
1944 Chicago & Eastern Illlnosle .............. 1944
1943 1943
1944 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................. 1944
1943 1943
1944 Long Island ............................. 1944
1943 1943
1944 Pennsylvania ............................ 1944
1943 1943
1944 Reading ................................. 1944
1943 1943
Pocahontas Region: 1
1944 Chesapeake & Ohio ....................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Norfolk & Western ....................... 1944
1943 1943
Southern Region:
1944 Atlantic Coast Line ..................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Central of Georgia# ..................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ..................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Illinois Central ........................ 1944
1943 1943
1944 LouisvillleNashvillse .................. 1944
1943 1943
1944 Seaboard Air Line .................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Southern ................................ 1944
1943 1943
1944 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley .1............. 1944
1943 1943


1,819
1,823

1,838
1,838
847
848
973
978
2,244
2,242
1,0o26
1,026
1,260
1,260
10,746
10,797
1,688
1,688
1,968
2,019
229
232
2,393
2,393
6,147
6,150

657
912
912

392
392

376
378
10,099
10,178
1,412
1,419

3.073
,089
2,154
2,156
4,962
4,970
1,816
1,:816
1,969
1,972
4,823
4,827
4,744
4:745
4,175
4,180
6, 511
6,:514
1,524
1,524


C Percent in...,nntAnlnt ,r wI..


4.01

1.3

1.4

5.6

d 4.6

d .2

d 2.0

11.8

d 2.2

1.2

4.4


40,090
39,567
63,947
63,073
31,565
29,894
40,341
42,297
91,108
91,273
19,282
19,682
58,011
51,890
315,578
322,775
63,842
63,089
33,7711
32,362
22,001
21,996
52,517
52,765
211,992
199,303

3,812

16,216
15,390
19,774
18,603
9,610
8,805
456,198
437,071
67,.441
66,517
125,551
117,943
92,707
86,708
68,772
71,166
18,315
17,720
22,476
23,012
114,126
109,953
103,819
100,871
60,427
60,312
124,252
114:423

18 ,:00
21,682


$1,120,083
990,210
13,085
13,159
50,004
7,492
1,608
1,383
7,g73
7,628
8,752
7,101
2,925
2,349


125125
104,570
3,140
2,037
2,829
2,501
902
888
,181
z,708
33,427
25,610
5,061
5,495
5,078
4,237



19 567
19,048
175,159
15;,1349
6,898
6,678
15,843
13:603
11,701
10,189
30,708
28,.368
5,818
5,151
1,905
1,816
25,888
21,536

30,959
0,121
2s,469
26,497

39,897
38,138
3,407
2,717


2,1 25,53


(Mon
13.1

d .6

5.3

16.3




23.3

24.5

22.4

19.7

54.1

13.1

1.5

7.0

30.5

8 7.9

19.8




2.7

10.0

3.3

16.5

14.8

8.3

12.9

4.9

20.2

2.8

8.6

4.6

25.4


ey Items in thousands of dollars)-
t5.698,538 $1,711,967 $303,953
5,383,632 1,443,564 271,529
58,335 19,064 2,747
57,812 17,211 2,458


123,240
119,309
33,990
32,110
52,712
54,816
106,468
o104,412

23:436
67,222
60,367
483,764
468,568
68,215
66,263

36:562
23,626
23,594

6276

258,967
237,029
41,095
42,:6099
23,222
21,339
22,07
21: 98

30,601
29,083
678,186
643,250
71,816
76,786
146,652
136,394
107,629
99,923
105,813
105,091
26,470
24,921
25,194
25,567
149,208
139,486

14305
138,261



1 3933
161,933

22,94S
25.536


34,14o
28,488
12,274
10,656
14,206
12,841
28,495
25,099
7,928
,893
20,341
16,845
153,008
129,034
16,0
13,9R-5

13,217
11,120

10,126
9,097
15,932
13,957
89,373
71,105
11,827
11,788
6,447
5,165
8,292
7,798
8,968
7,989
205,562
174:114
24,669
23,008
45,592
35,521
32,538
29,706
25,733
20,937
7,449
5,901
8,508
7,539
*4 276
ZI,613

39,464
33,323
24,729
20,330
47,248
39,181
6,4-4
6,611


5,499
5,217
g:444

2,927
2,985
4,864
4,609
1,205
1,218
4,362
3,4t92

26,021
23,913
3,502
2,931



2,636
2,484
2,734
2,389
11,013
9,899





3,480
3,931
1,456

31,641
28,504
4,866
4,402
12,643
9,922
?:P31
8,47

6,113
4,763
1,643
1,195
1,307
1,278
8,893
8,732


4,257
3,320
,454
:,712
779
829


$3,773,446 $672,265
3,244,726 868,337
42,889 6,713
39,504 8,695


83,711
70,227
25,066
21,970

38,052
35,400
12,322
3,093

16A458
47,947
40,017
346,717
295,808
40,216
34,867
28,549
24,621
18,813
16,588
38,662
36,132
187,317
155,112
30,499
30,215
16,012
13,020
17,197
15,763
22,650
20,053
494,722
430,261
-3,373
50;,643
89,941
71,563

60,130
55,827
60,975
52,718
18,58
15,195
16,966
15,624
95,613
92,329
87,477
76,813

5o:544
103,142
85,033
14,822
15,103


15,739
23,841
2,766
,I4O

8,101
8,845
13,714
13,747
3,439
4:472
7,9

46,127
62,437
7,551
9,116
3,437
4,537

4:396
6,037
7,799
41 193
6,869
3,670
4,613
2,325
2,872
2,0 7
1,162
1:1~
2,240
3:42o



9,724
12,198
2z,322
2-,952
17,396
15,337
9,940
12,297
4,574
6:289
3,162
3,350
17,597
21,796
16,639
17,637
15,155
23,778
22,166
23,715

4,15


rr zices copue onuis or dlars.
i Includes amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.


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


Miles
of road
operated
at close
of month


(a)


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


66.2
60.3

3:3
73.5
68.3
67.9
59.9

72.2

764.6

60.o
77.4
70.2

6:3
71.7
3.1

59-0
52.6
:4.3
67.3
79.6
70.3
61.0
57.6

615:4
74.2
70.9
69.0
61.0
7I:l
7 .6

68:9

12:9
68.6
66.0
61.3
52.5
55.9
55.9
57.6
50.2
70.2
61.0
67.3
61.1
64.1
66.2
61.1
55.6
61.7
54.8

59.3
52.5
64.6
59.1


59.1


30.0
26.8
32.7
29.8
27.7
23.9
36.1
33.2
26.
23.z
26.8
24.0
33.4
29.4
30.3
27.9
31.6
27.5
24.5
21.1
34.4
30.4
42.9
38.6
25.1
22.2
34.5
30.0
28.8
27.7

27:8
24.2.

36.2
35.9
29.3
27.5
30.3
27.1
31.7
30.0
31.1
26.0
30.2
29.7
24.3
19.9
28.1
23.7
33.8
29.5
317
33.4
2.6
24.1
26.0
22.0
2.2.2

28.0
25.9


25.9 I


31.4
29.0
36.
34.4
34.6
30.0
33.8
31.5
40.7
36.9
36.1
31.9
39.8
36.2

34:1

35.2
31.3
30.3
27.8
34.6
32.3
31.7
27.1
30.6
30.0
33.0
30.7
41.2
39.8

1j:2

35.0

42.7
39.0
38.1
35.6
33.9
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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS

FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1944 AND 1943 FOR EIGHT MONTHS ENDED WITH AUGUST, 1944 AND 1943
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
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Northwestern Region:
8 077 $,16 d. 3 *3,32 5-7 4 15 01l Chc a7g978o o77r8 h270t 31.4 19r nnC l hc: & orth Western ................. 1590.3 $0 ,75 $3g 62 20 2 o3 4 $15,7 70.3 3.5 3.
9,100 10O,5 3,35 15, 4o1 :087 900 g,9oo 3,567 5: 9 :9 27.4 1943 19139 8,100 75,291 21,710 1306,797 29:,695 6612 6:796 22,336 62.5 27., 30.0
1,500 2,121 d 264 4 1.0 2,5986 41 1,815 247 70 .2 2.9 36.0 1944 Chicago Great Western ....................... 1944 1,500 16,872 1.3 1,935 7.1 20,321 5,571 6 14,05 2,143 69.4 27.4 36.4
1,500 2,19 321 2,95 610 1,531 56. 22.6 29.6 1943 1943 1,500 16,655 1,0 1,907 19,796 ,77612 61.3 2:.1 32.2
10,722 15,305 3-7 3,M28 6.1 20,690 6,7441 1,026 14,094 3o6 68.2 32.6 30.7 1944 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacifi # ..... 1944 10,729 111,796 A__.I 22,499 13.7 14,184 48,09 ,736 105,76 20,796 0.9 3 .
10,74o 1o,761 3,230 19,787 5,592 86 12,09 ,253 60.9 28. 28.2 1943 1943 10,771 111,907 196785 l974249 3826 ,772 861:,581 36,545 o0.0 2"5 27.
1,617 '1,759 6 462 11.2 2,429 672 116 1,769 364 72.8 27.7 40.0 1944 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha......... 1944 1,617 13,434 d 1.7 2,946 13.2 17,970 5,260 53 13,955 2,111 77.7 29.3 3.0
1,617 1,90 415 2,459 736 116 1,701 0 69.2 29.9 34.6 1943 1943 1,625 13,663 2,602 17,6d 6,992 929 12,526 3,078 71.8 28.6 37.9
S 5,161 .9.0 9 22.7 5,955 1,009 346 2,069 2,162 34.7 16.9 16.6 1944 Duluth, Miesabe & Iron Range ................. 1944 55 23,612 8.0 48 44.7 27,30 ,45 2,765 13,245 7,625 4 2
546 5 9 ,550 975 246 1,942 1,726 29. 1.9 14.0 1943 1943 5M 21954 33 25,3853 11 l 99 45.3 27.1 137.
9,371 15,75 2.6 1,70 .9 19,16o 6,276 1,263 11,86 3,350 62.0 32. 25.5 1944 Great Northern ................................ 1944 9,372 112,06 7.9 13,573 21.1 135,235 5,97 9,659 9988,130 19,917 65.2 34.0 27.1
98,310 15,369 1,785 18,66 5,530 1,349 10,402 3,032 55.7 29.6 22.5 1943 1943 9,152 103,4M 11,2098 124,933 4,983 10,292 76,497 19,029 61.2 32.7 24.4
,277 3,798 d 4.4 332 4.2 ,75 1,683 250 3,539 42 79.1 37.6 36.9 1944 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Mar # ... 1944 4,277 30,737 17.2 2,056 12.3 35,090 11,236 2,010 25,421 6,557 72. 32.0 35.
4,277 3,962 319 4,616 1,334 251 2,953 1,222 6R.0 28.9 30.7 1943 1943 4,277 26,219 1,832 30,196 9,196 2,092 21,523 5,500 71.3 31.5 35.0
67,67 10,281 1.2 2,023 15.5 13,4398 ,4 1,103 9,187 1,763 68.4 33.1 2.7 1944 Northern Pacifio ............................. 1944 6,67 78,40 5.7 14,936 40.4 101,967 33,436 8,136 69,231 1,397 69.0 32. 29.3
6,868 10,156 1,751 12,931 3,9U 953 7,798 2,888 6o.3 30.5 2Z. 1943 1943 4 6,561 74,25 10,639 92.47 27,504 7,083 57,693 20,039. 62.4 29.8
Central Western Region:
959 2,259 7.8 786 3,341 1,058 75 2,303 219 698.9 31.7 31.2 1944 Alton # ..... ............................. 1944 959 16,275 4.2 6,375 15.5 25,244 7,085 540 16,813 2,643 6.6 28.1 32.2
959 2,095 839 3,292 697 55 1,803 265 54.9 21.2 27.9 1943 1943 959 16,985 5,520 2,944 5,895 439 146,61 2,910 58.0 23.6 28.8
13,' 3 36'85 39. 4 618 7. 9,9'3 13'09 2'46 26,416 4,739 53.5 26.7 2 24.5 1944 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ............... 1944 13,108 244,951 13.1 75,91 13.4 344,647 94,977 20,847 1,,96,044 59 47 25.
13,98 534 1 ,427 39,79 10,542 2,4 21,077 5,552 53.1 26 239 1943 1943 13,153 216,592 2931 304,122 74775 18302 157952 1:3894 51. 9 2. 2.
S 16,352 31 344 9.2 21527 246 1,111 13,361 3764 62.1 33. 244 1944 Chicoago, Burlington & Quinoy ................. 1944 ,990 116,684 .2 26,945 35.7 156,73 49,330 160 95,57 1,169 1.0 30 25.7
9,030 1554 3,15620,597 ,823 884 10,170 5,169 49.4 23.4 22.5 193 19032 107 1943 19, 61 139,530 34,99887 7047 75,19 31,372 53.9 25.0 2
7,751 12719 19.5 ,101 2.6 1,10 4,503 6 047 3 2 555 24:9 125. 194 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific # ............. 1944 7,751 ,o6S 3.2 29,529 13.7 126,146 32,64 5,634 6,112 20,906 60.3 26.9 2.4
7,751 ,642 3,998 15,761 3796 51 8672 3 550 241 25 1943 1943 7,759 8,335 25,970 119,o06 26,763 5104 66:351 29:845 55.8 22.5 27.6
288 5,o 1 83 d 6,165 1,988 427 4,090 1,251 66.2 32.3 28.9 1944 Denver & Rio Grande Western ................ 1944 2,393 36,811 ,5 1.4 45,369 15,108 3,09 31171 9,193 67 33.3 30.2
2,5 5,26 909 6,486 1,504 259 3,533 1,702 54.5 23.2 27.1 1943 1943 2,405 39,173 6495 4664 11,024 2,053 25,805 11,996 55.3 23.6 27.2
8,262 32,296 21.3 8,083 43 43,938 13,022 2,137 29,290 2,791 66.7 29.6 30.6 1944 Southern Pacific Company / .................. 1944 98,262 232,8960 7.0 71,981 14.2 330,990 104,459 16,922 226,607 25,868 698.5 31.6 30.3
8,317 26,632 8,443 38,500 12,449 1,957 25,921 3,579 67.3 32.3 28.7 1943 1943 8,322 217,550 63,030 305,893 82,887 15:115 195,255 41,257 60. 27.1 27.4
9792 34,025 7-1 7?,951 r6 45,321 12,332 1,534 26,534 3,640o 58.5 27.2 26.0 1944 Union Pacific ................................ 1944 9,782 236,303 3.6 61,974 10.8 322,364 102,414 13,221 211,949 23,638 65.7 31.8 27.9
9,812 31,781 8,23 43,236 12,853 1,554 25,605 3,086 58.8 29.7 24.0 1943 1943 9,127 228,173 55,954 306,247 92,653 11,550 185,563 29,54 60.6 30.3 25.0
3,253 e o .110 Southwestern Region:.i
3,253 5,811 33.3 1 1 7d,513 2,811 175 5,209 391 69-3 37.4 26. 1944 Mslouri-Kansas-Texa Lines .................. 1944 3,265 41,765 12.9 9,220 3.7 93 18,652 100 37,70 4,478 69.6 3.0
3,293 4,358 1,2 6,1098 2,296 179 4,429 579 72.5 37.6 29. 1943 1943 3,293 37,005 9,997 9:517 19,310 44 3I 4:702 73.6 39.0 29.1
7,097 15,516 1.9 3,690 3.2 20,616 5,294 992 11,498 3,367 55.8 25.7 25.7 1944 Missouri Paclfio # ........................... 1944 7,097 115,870 .9 28,749 25.3 155,318 39,192 6,998 89,302 22,303 57.5 25.2 27.8
7,097 15,240 3,567 20,043 4,787 735 10,583 2,656 52.8 23.9 25.0 1943 1943 7,097 114,811 22,950 167,235 33,874 5,693 79,362 27:,632 53.9 23.0 26.7
1,994 4,441 19.4 1,903 1.7 6,815 1,815 191 3,g946 550 56.4 26.6 24.0 1944 Texas & Pascifio .............................. 1944 1,884 34,384 20.5 14,288 6.9 53,159 14,835 1,460 30,349 4,462 57.1 27.9 23.4
1,884 3,720 1,772 5,995 1,693 1il 3,473 795 57.9 28.2 23.9 1943 1943 1,993 28,543 13,370 45,807 12,695 1,444 26,261 6:145 57.3 27.7 23.6
4,646 11.1 2,111 d11.0 10,0 3173 493 6,803 1,418 67.4 31.4 30.7 1944 St. Louis-San Francisco .................... 1944 4,651 54,809 10.0 16,356 9.0 76,510 24,373 3,782 52,811 10,747 6.0 31. 31.8
4665 02,372 9,54i 2,566 402 5,851 2,220 61.3 26.9 29. 1943 1943 4,658 9,823 15,010 99,49 19,786 3,325 :975 15,322 6.6 28. 31.0
159 338 1.6 17 4 333634 75 4 198 42 54.6 20.7 .29.1 1944 St. Louie-Ban Franolsco & Texas... .............. 1944 159 2,452 d 2.S 213 2.0 2,766 534 32 1,490 316 53.9 19.3 29.3
159 333 26 366 55 4 160 103 43.9 15.0 24.4 1943 1943 159 2,563 209 2,931 502 30 1,375 705 49.6 17.7 26.3
1,607 6'274 29.2 469 .9 6,51 1,321 175 2,61 1,111 1 19.1 19.9 1944 SBt. Louis Southwestern Lines # ............... 19144 1,607 42,863 11.9 2,692 7.2 46,639 9,578 1,232 22,147 6,718 7.5 20.5 23.0
1,607 4,954 465 5,:63 941 160 2,372 871 43.4 17.2 22.3 1943 1943 1,615 39,300 2,512 41,:820 7,031 1:130 18,460 7,708 .1 1. 23.3
S 8362 1.5 2,600 10.98 11,592 3,007 6,52 1,103 25.9 26.4 1944 Texas & New Orleans ........................... 1944 4,34o 56,370 1 1,48 15.7 9,688 22,9 2,577 49,590 10,665 55.3 25.2 25.4
43 1 8,242 2,345 11,230 2,260 267 5,646 2,307 49.5 20.1 24.2 1943 1943 4,341 65,525 9,044 17,557 2,097 41,574 19,550 7.2 19. 23.3
* Percent increase computed on unite of dollars.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects. U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 944 059725
S Reort of trustee or trustees. U.S.GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE -1O
/ Ineludea Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Paocific Steamship Lines.
SDecrease or deficit.




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