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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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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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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


Statement No. M-150
SEPTEMBER 1944


REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS


FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1944 AND 1943 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER, 1944 AND 1943
Operating revenue* Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Percent Percent NPeecante troe-
Miles e Passnger Depri-Net Op-mainte-trane-Freight PaesengerDero- Ot per- cent Pent
of roadDaieno railwy aintae ortion HRglon, road, an.d year Average Deprool- railway ating canoe portaton
operated oa In- ng anoe portation ation ir-
per-aPer- All cludoper ratio e senses miles All 10- oper- ratio expenses expenses
at co oa otl nts- l e.Total ae g p e Per- Per- 1 Total-Total acting (per- of oper- of oper-
opornted -In-rTo(peTotal o- of oper- of oper- centooentdin pro-
at lose ent cent in pre- income cent) at-ng sting ofertod oer- Aotal sainount nn rino. d cent atn sting
of month mount in- Amount cp-tdanoe ceding etounctnno*in- Incomuoesrt)enun
creae crease column A revenues revenues orease oreasea Oolun
(a) (b) (o) (a) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (J) (k) lo) () (1n).... Ccl ... (al(n ) (o> (r) I() (t) ( u) (I( v) --) (x) E(L.. ()I -
(Money Ites in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
19. 2 2.8t12 56 .6 ;727 277$2953 39.24 79 : 30144 Total--Road listed herinU..n .............. 194 99,027 4.71 059 3. 262 6 12.1 6,425,6817 l,131499 3$ .93 ,24.7.341 16 61 66.1 30.1 31.3
1g 292 677 27 2. 57 | 1 119 1^ "^ S8..................... ^^ 11 126 4K 6,988 19 ^^ ^
199:7136:7705: 18 195:991 307 43 97.916 61.8 27.8 29. 193 1943 199,371 4,5A ,592 1,112, 6,088,815 1, 39,559 33, 629980,28e 6,6!b 60.4 26.9 29.
1 819 .5 167 9 3 7 .4 No w1 100' '0' ; 3eEngland Region: 72 36

ig d;1- 1 | 13,0 | 3^ ^ 07 1:461 4 1.1 14:760'g ............ 65 8;21 2. 1.1 40^ 3; 095 4U 19 7 12 32 3
a,82 5 ,1:J0 13 7 95 3 : 70 o I7. 31 34 3147 os.n &Kotine. ......................... 191 5 1,819 5 1. ,76 6588 213,47 2 0 68. 30. ,.
: 33 2 16 308 9 32 72.3 31.5 3.2 19143 1943 1,823 5 7 14, 6 65,165 19,527 766 79 6 37 30
1,38 7,132 d47.7 61 ,84 14.0o 14,693 4,2146 18 1:13740099 891" 4 1.4 5:13 39
838 7., 9 .276 1 12 69.9 28.9 435.0 1w York, s Haven & Hartford ....... 19. 1,838 71,078 .7 56 87 3I 38,38 6 6 9397 17 14 6.1 27.8 31.6
1:38 7,76 6 39 15,08 2,614 53 2 60.9 25.5 303 19143 lakesRegon: 1943 1,838 70,799 53,631 132,341 5,859 79 6 26483 59.1 24. 30.0
846 3856 269 2.3 4.21 1 615 352 156 8 0 a0 4 2 38. 326 1, -Ga Ron 191 72146 1877 14.0 38221 13,89 3,0728,222 61 78 :6.3 3..6
8148 3 4 6 3 3 7 3. 3 9 Delaware on ....................e Hu44 do 3 22 4 4 24,795 7, 6.0 0 33
I 3:9 263 4,33 i,4455 372 2,826 960 61. 33.4 28.22 1943 1943 848 33,879 :66 6 36, 73 122,111 ;2
574,207.7 .5 936 3.6 6,7826 1,791M4 13671 4697 d 42 71.14 140 7 194 D a eLackawanna &w western .1........1944 97 145,208 d 14.8 84 -d2.6 .1971610 .90 3,294 .427.49.3 2 27-.0 1
1487 j 69 36 6,418 1714 3714 21 7.8 2 o.9 19143 Dlwr,19143 97 47.5014 -- 1 ~597 3 ,3336 14o,2141 9 5.3 2.8 3.
2,244 10 7 97 25.8 13,67 ,3 9 607 9,1 19514 37.02427.144 19144 Er i. ..t... .0.26............. 194 1 101 ,7 9 1 ,5 5 7 8 1529 68.8 36.2
.2 .7 1 To ,2 3.59 U:737: 8.79Eie .......................... 19 95.5 149 23.6 1 4 :1 .7 1:9 529 6
244 11,731 ,0 13692 3,49 575 8,792 1,58 6. 2 6.1 33.9 1943 1943 2,243 103,003 8, 211,01 28,668 514 71,875 15,333 60.9 24.3 32,.2
1,026 2,1510 41 23- 9 2,145 1,03 6 51 2,309 262 84.1 3.7-7 40.7 1944 Grand Trunk Western.................... 1944 1,026 21,392 d 2.1 3,'4o0 4.4 2,5 7,9135 137 106 3,702 78.1 33 .
1,026 2,175 335 2,697 942 4 2,1846 03 79.6 34.9 39.3 1943 1943 1,026 21,857 ,84 26,133 7,835 1,32 18,61 14876 71.2 30.0 35
1,260 6,65194472522.167861 2,7042 7987 6544191192 9 13 1 1260
1,2 6,869 75 2.1 7, 2176 .8 ; 35.0 70 -0 3 6.4 Lehigh Valley. ........................... 1 4 1.0 6 2463 5 ,93 3, 2 9,132 1. 28 37.
1o:22 2 1,3 7 63. 27.0 32.8 1943 1943 1,260 5781 5,399SO 19,021 39 145157 1 01 6 2
107 7 39,50 .-3 16, 76 12.5 6, 19,191 145 6 6.1I8Yo e/ nt 10,746 35l128 d 2.0 1701 1.8 54509 172,199 29673 5 7 5 1 31.6 35.0
1074611 61,.61 2,0 :610 43,o0.1 144 1969.814 1.1 3g:6 174 1" 4: Yo o rkCetr3. ..................73. 1 610272325, ; 31. 8 2
1:1 39,3-d 5 59.942 3,512 9 k3,91 56 :7 I.9 319 1943 1943 10:793 3 2213 119,305 52,509: 1 28,k 33.8 69 1 : 21












14007I 11414 |:261688 ______ 3,613 52.5 75,8191:4 18,956 14,017 145,2214 ^;j3 3. 28^ 16.7 ^ 5|31 ;5927 25.04 30.1
1,6 6,966 d 1473 1 42.-5 7,604 2,226 515 25 65.8 29. 32.2 194 1 ,o York-, Chicago & St. Louis .......... 9 9 441, I70,808 d .1 7 1 : 33 4:0 17,42 25 9.6 20. 27.
1,688 8,092 332 8,571 1,658 379 z,255 1,202 49.7 19- 26.1 19143. 19143 1,688 71,182 231 9 5 7,315,6Z013524.
1931,e6 311 94 4,0 500 226 $7 4
044 14,019 1-7 31 d 15. 14,602 1,7814 366 3,65 1400 79.5 3 8 35.2 19144 Pir Marquette. ........................ 19414 ; 378 3,20 1-41 3,191 9.14 14300 15 0 3,99 3 0 3,87 7.9 31 0 3
1,983 3,982 37 :, 586 159147 312 3300 395 72.0 3.8 32.3 19143 ru e 1143 2,15 636:3 340 2:87214 ., 1 1148 l ,12,714 2,78 9212
229 2,707 d 2. 108 d 2.7 2,907 1,300 31 2,43 1431 3.9 44. 34.2 19414 Pittsburg &Lake Eris.................1944 229 21 710 d .3 1,010 1.7 26 ,J3 11,426 2,981 21,251 248 .1 3.1 31
231 2,776 115 2,979 1,324 311 2,142 439 81.14 4.1 31.8 19143 19143 23 24:773 993 26,573 10,1421 2,795 19,012 14,835 71.6 39.2
2,393 6,082 9 878 d 12.3 7,1400 2,030 37 4S07 636 65.6 27.4 32. 191414 Wabash.................................1944 2,393 58,598 d 1.3 8,0 59 14.5 707,77 17,962 3,111 43,515 6,673 61.5 25.1 30.8
2,393 6,603 1,000 7,995 1,825 30 1 4: 993 57.1 22.8 28.9 1943 1943 2,393 59,368 7,709 70,761 15,782 2,696 1,697 8,792 57.5 22.3 29.9
Central Eastern Region: 34,410 2v ,45 3.
6,114 26,238 14.8 5,007 43.8 33,021 11,418 1,14 23,852 3,227 72.2 34.6 32.8 191414 Baltlore Ohio........................ 1944 6,147 238,230 6.2 381474 32.1 21,989 100,791 12,464 211,169 3 5 1 2:
6,116 25,027 3,1482 30,346 9,7014 1,214 o20,ol.61 6,669 67.2 32.0 30.6 19143 1914 6,150 2 1,330 6 2 3,3 5 26,375 80,809 11,111,13 51,538 65. 30.2 30.7
6551__4:6669__7 2 _32_314,11014177314.2 28.8 141,
657 40,1 48 d 14.0 5,402 1,1414 4 320 3,692 507 73.8 28. 1.0:2 191414 Central of Now Jersey#................. 1944 655 37,6o0 d 14.2 5,728 46,09,83 10 7 1
14,098.6945:473 1,592 21 3,934 395 71 29. 39. 1943 1943 6539,250 6,19 148,082 13,379 2,7148 419 5o08 71.o 27.
912 1,795 4. 6a 16.o 2,673 86 1,91 94 14:Z 31.6 6191414 Chicago A Eastern Ilinois............1944 912 18,011 14.25736 19.2,895 7,23 7148 8,o003 2 ,419 69.5 28.2
912 1,888072,68 704 8 1,699 229 3 2. 31.2 1943 1943 912 17,278 ,801 5,869 725 11,719 3,101 61.3 21..1
392 2,536 1014 a9 1'o7 ,15 36' 11414 g nO~t at 9 2,1 29,853 9,365 3,938 19,356 2,1433 714.9 36.2 35.3
392 ,g 1- 2,E46 ,03 1458 2 ,159 356 71- 37 .4 32.0 1944. Elgi, Joliet & Eastern................9 392 22,310 6.7 538,;3493317,661 1,465 72.5 35.9 33.9
2,29-62, 56 9'36 141 1,898 303 71.5 35.3 33.4 1943 1943 392 20,899 353 873Z334. 5312
376 1, 81 4 6.2 24,192 14.5 3,964 1,176 182 2,890 25 o72. ,1; 1949 Long Island............................ 9191414 376 10,8 14 7.1 22,059 2.9 34 5659,0634 1,632 7 6:1 273
3 1369 2,385 3,911 1,073 182 2,71414T33 70 1 .9 141. e319.1914321914393783 .0617.2227.9
50? 10 873 .d 2.9 1, 7722,180 2.1 814,760 26,277 414108 60,466 8,146 .1944 Pennsylvania.......................... 1944 10,0 8 512,070 3.5 195,1 762e,946 231,839 35,749 555, 8 ..86,431 72.8 27.130
1121,727 86,005 23,518 3,778 57,306 9 27.3 39 1-913 19143 .10,14914613.179,076 729,2514 197,632 32,282 1 7567 105,8 66.9 7 3.
1,'41o 081 d882 .7 9:;4 128.0.821,: 1914 Reading................................1944 1, 5,2 .8777 2.5 27,897 ,519 601 10,710 69.0 32.0 -1
18504059623 5 5.,873 1,0009870oa 1914319143 1,419 759 227,T608 50 25,73556,516
Pocahontas Region: 164.. 14,277 101,313 25,26 615 31..
o072 15, 8 k 2,115 2.5 is,064 1761:675 1 2,9114 6 .0 2.,2 S 9114, Chesapeake 6 Ohio ., ,714...6 140,139 11,1271 80 ,437 28,106 52.3 25.922.3
08o5 1 51 o6 .32 .6 .2 97,, -.1 5_.1 o: ..~, ............2.
2,063 18,332 Z,618 1:2449'144 52 6.2 19143133:53 15,6 154, 26 +o,139 n,171 $0.937 2, 6 52.3
2.15 11.V7 1 ,1 9 67 130.4 9 14 ,2187 7,5114 1,986 300. 0 .5 1914 Norfolk h Western 11 21514 10 3.985 6.2 1,093 12.1 1 .689 36,10 ,749 67,64 9,33 6 0 30.2
2:1 11: 7 1.0 2 13,9dV6. 4.1,51372 7,391 1,832 91 31.7 2A.3 19143 eins...............i 2:155 9 1879 1 16a1112.965 33:2 9,9779 63,219 '1,3: 9 6:o 30.0 2,
94,61 7,071 jd j 3 ,93711 10.6 11,92 3,4214 a29 161 5 6 6 1914outher4Regio:'a :4 d_3_34__67519:407 29 157 4202: 3 0:9 9- 4
,9525 31.5 1944 Atlantic Coast Line......................2 8,.5 2
49.3:.12 552 58. 2 .3 29.1 1943 9683 7,,52431,723 1,4661 2369875,356 5,339 12 9 50.9 203
1,816 2,275 6 .8 12 1 7- 1 618 17:4' 32.5 37.9 '19144 Central of Georgia#..................... 19414 1,816 20,390 2.0 6,551 13.5 29,52148a14141 1,856 20.9145 14,9 70.9 286.3.
181 227213,096 g 149 1 :5 555 60.6 23.1 1.2 i1943 19143 1,8116 19,995 5,773 26,017 6,626 1:3144 17,071 6X841 60.9 23.6 3.
172 2,66283 239 d 14.4 2,996 1,083 2,117 31414 70.6 36:1 .gl1.414 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio .....................191414 1,987 25,138 dg2.2 5 A2,0679 I:Zg 1:Z02919,0853 3,506 67.4 29.6
19 3 250 3,031 938 1,929 385 63.7 1C0 1943 19143 1972 25,695 7,06 5117,553 3,73561.25.
soo7 3,101 d 5.9 1152 6,45 15 4:8 35 2 11 lnoi Ce3ntaZ.........19414 1,2 127,2335 28,99 16.7 16730 53,711 0,016 17,927 109 645 32.1 28.
4. 13.7. 3,296. 17,956 5,S3 1.01A2,5801 6 2. 27.2 191494l487o2,51,nt r31.7....................157 42 52,126 9,783 103,822 65.9 33
14,7144 12,1419d 1.6 3,9814 1.7T 11269 14,699 1,0ig19 1,748 1,97 62.2 27.2 30.1 191414 Louieville & Nashville ................ 19114 14,7414 116,23 2.14 314,9414 2.7 160,31414 114,162 9,052 98,2214 18,60 61.3 27.52.
47512,619 3,917 11,358 4,41 953 10,2514 2,00 59.1 25.9 ,7 1143111334, 155,619 37.81 8,295 87,067 19,67 55.9 24.3 2
610,63 191414 14,175 67,2 16 1.29 32,09 7.0 10, 2,8 o 14,821 ,767 1,982 61.8 6.2.


4,6675 11.6 3 441 8. 6;127.V 7 28. 194 Seaboard Air Line##.................... 19143 1,17 6 1,96 30,1077 12o7 1 23,26 3,695 7,7 26,0 5-.1 26.1 27.
4.9 COS 3:61o 10:685 2.9 9 o 3 72 2 5 9 25.2 26 16.3963010 5 o ,?,:.. .. .:729 26: 50 55-1.2e.
10 98 ,937 3 8 28 250 2. 69,3 1,97 105219 86 12,86 145~4;5


6,5 2697 9.7 484o 39 9 22:;]l 7:100 a 14,178 2,252 63.5 31-8 27.7 1944 Southernn............................... 14 6 6,3.,45129,376
1 631913 666 '1401097219371293T65N182,652-7795, 0 ?77.633 3.2 .20
1:24 7 62.2 1427 d 6.8 414,0982102 1,951,6071 470 21.1 1914. 7Yazoo & Mississippi Valesy .....21go 8 .5 3, 9 20.200.7 2g7, o 7,2 6 77, 46.: 7.6
3.5 93791,o2.1974.....33;60.40
., 6O 1059 2,766 7 0 108..27577 1,902 23 68 2. 5 3.4331t; 77. 3,37.6 31..
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Pegs 2 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


SEPTEMBER 1944


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

FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1944 AND 1943 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER, 1944 AND 1943
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Percent Percent Percent Percent
Miles Freight Passenger Depreci- Net Oper- misnte- trans- Average Freight Passenger Depreot- Net Oper- mainte- trans.
f adatlonin- railway atlng nance onrtation n iles atlon i- railway ating nance portation
os dl uten per- ratio expenses expenses Reglon, road, and year lud ope- ratio expenses expense.
operated Per Per Total malte- Total sting (per- o oper- o oper- operated Total malate- in pe- Total at r o peo p
at close centctIn pre- stingo Per-ceatnstingmeatnnentcluend
of month Amount Amount cent nan ceding Inbome cent) ntng Amount Amount nance e .income nt)
in-n-n- coucn revenues revenues n- in- orevees revenes
crcreaserease rcreasc reaseolaumn
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e f) () (b) (1 (J) k) (1) I() (n) ) > (pc)C() () Ist) It) u) (v) (,,) () (l()a (aes
(Money items In thousaandnd of dollars) (one iems in llars)
Northwestern Region
8,077 69,968 a r. 3,$148 4.5 l4,526 $4,393 8977 $9,840 $2,004 67.7 30.2 32.7 1944 Chicago & North Western ....................... 1944 8,088 $84,491 d 1 $28,g2 3 14.0 124,6o01 39,o14 $8,561 987,257 217,751 70.0 31.3 33.4
8,100 10,547 3,014 14,859 3,962 896 8:686 5,361 58.5 26.7 27.6 1943 1943 8,100 85,751 24:724 121,655 33,6448 7.509 75,482 27,697 62.0 27.7 29.7
1,500 1,908 d 9.0 21 1.3 2,375 713 89 1,739 23 73.2 30.0 37.6 1944 Chicago Great Western. ......................... 1944 1,500 18,780 .1 2,206 6.3 22,696 6,28 785 1. 2,377 69.8 27.7 36.6
1,500 2,097 268 2,56 591 8 1:517 378 59.6: 23.2 31.5 1943 1943 1.500 18,752 2,075 22,342 5,365 749 13660 2,.81 61 2.0 32.1
10,722 15,6416 d 2,999 20,512 6.,92 1,070 13,724 3,165 66.9 31.6 30.7 1944 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul Pacifin ...... 1944 10,728 127,442 2 25,499 11.9 168,695 5,581 8,805 118,800 23,962 70.4 32.4 32.8
10,740 15,745 2999 20548 5,232 880 11,736 5,128 57.1 25-5 27.6 1943 1943 10.768 127,652 22,785 164,797 43,76 7,652 98,317 41,673 59.7 26.4 28.9
1,617 1,807 l4.. 378 .4 2,377 664 116 1.721 345 72.4 279 39.3 1944 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ........ 1944 1,617 15,241 3. 3,324 11.6 20,347 5,924 1,069 15,676 2,56 77. 29.1 42.5
1;617 2,102 376 2,675 606 116 1,577 63 58.9 22.7 32.0 1943 1943 1,624 15,765 2,978 20,123 5,598 1,:04 14.102 3,691 70.1 27.8 37.1
547 4,727 d 13.0 6 14.6 5,668 1,000 366 2,001 1,886 36.6 18,3 17.0 1944 Duluth, Missabe Iron Range ................... 1944 55 28,39 3.9 56 0.8 32,898 8,425 3,.11 15,246 9,51 16.3 25.6 19.2
543 5:631 5 6,305 917 246 1,898 1;564 30,1 14.5 16.7 1943 1963 516 27,285 38 31,689 7,549 2,223 13,397 6,798 42.3 23.8 17.2
8,371 16,659 4.2 1,629 1 2.2 19,779 5,763 1.284 10,917 4,122 29.1 24.8 1944 Great Northern ............................... 1944 6 8,372 128,723 7.4 15,202 18.1 155,014 51.740 10,93 99,07 23,0o0 63.9 33. 26.8
8,310 15.980 1,665 19,138 5,292 1,356 10,835 3,250 56.6 27.7 23.0 1943 1943 8,169 119,828 12,873 1fo.072 46,174 11,6 877.332 22,279 .6 32.1 2.2
4 277 ,171 d 1.1 263 2. 4.744 1,396 250 3,246 818 68.4 29.4 34.6 1944 Minneapolis, St. Pault Sault Ste. Marie...... 1944 ,277 34,908 14.7 2,319 10. 39,83 12,632 2,261 28667 7375 72.0 31.7
4,277 4,218 270 46783 1,256 252 2,872 1,334 60.1 26.3 29.9 1943 1943 277 3038 2,10 34,969 10.752 234 24,395 683 698 0.7 34.3
6,868 11,085 -- 1,755 1,001 3,683 9,3 7649 3 0 26.3 23.7 1943 19 3 6,868 85,331 12,396 106,o08 31,186 8,096 65,331 23,498 61. 29.3 2
Central Wqltern Region:
959 2,154 14.9 757 2.6 3,,240 950 77 2,131 357 65.8 29.3 30.1 1944 Alton f ....................................... 1944 959 18.29 7,132 14.0 28,484 8,036 617 18,945 3,000 66.5 28.2 32.0
959 1,875 739 2,928 763 55 1,850 199 63.2 26.3 30.5 1963 1943 959 18,860 6,259 27,872 6,657 49. 16,312 3,110 58.5 23.9 29.0
277,9672 3 5,16512.0.2o2689, 23,707 221,0 9 1 10,125 2626.3
13:3 3,011 23.0 925 1.3 5,88 2,16 2,860 2994 5797 53 27. 25.2 1944 Atchison, Topeka & Santa e a/ .................. 1944 13,106 27. 1.2 ,171 12.0 ,8 1 2 07 221,09 0, 27.5
133, 26,835 9,13 3,8741 12:,063 2,:0o47 2526 3,975 31. 30.7 13 193 1315226 86,88 2039 183,217 5,359 53. 25.3 25.3
8,9 15.570 11.9 3,35 4. 20,61o 7030 1,130 12,922 1,953 62.7 31 2.5 1944 Chicago, Burlington Quinoy .................. 1944 8,990 132,253 8.7 290 31.4 177,346 5.360 9290 108.,89 20,101 61.2 31.2 2
9,030 13,912 3,9 18,766 939 85 10185 1,099 .3 26.3 23.9 193 193 9,031 121,705 3,053 158.296 3,826 7,932 85,333 32,471 53.9 25.2
7,751 10,92 13.8 4,043 20.2 16,152 4,573 771 9925 1,767 614 28 27.4 1944 Chiago, Rook Island Pacifio .............. 1944 7,751 98,61 4.3 33,573 1.5 142,299 37.227 6,40 86,038 22,673 60.5 26.2
7,751 9, 3:,363 14,121 3,831 67 8,570 2,:523 60.7 27. 27.5 1943 1943 7,758 93,995 29,333 133,127 30,594 5,7 74,921 32,368 56.3 23.0
2:r 5,1.4 839 6.1 6.271 1,8 421 3.9 1,35 63.1 26.6 29.0 1944 Denver A Rio Grande Western f ................. 1944 2.Q 41,961 A 31 7,,22 1.9 51.640 16,7 3 35,128 10,528 68.0 32.
S791 6191 423 3:573 1519 57-72,0 43.322 7,28 52,837 12,668 246 29,378 13,515 55.6 2.0 27.2
8:300 27290 8:317 38:,713 9,873 997 2292 5:09 59.2 25.5 27.5 1943 1943 8,320. 2 8 713. 7 3 5 92,760 16,112 208,179 1
9,782 34,34 11.4 7,666 '.3 5,351 1,589 1,55 26,912 6,1 5.9 25.6 24.1 1944 Union Paolfio .................................. 1944 9,782 270,737 .5 69,6 10 8.7 367,715 114,003 16,766 236,761 27,783 64.4 31.0 27.5
9,798 30,918 8,096 2117 12 6 1,525 25,3 1,719 60. 29.5 25.9 1963 193 9,823 259,090 6,050 348,365 105.059 13,076 211,006 31,263 60.6 30.2 25.1
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3,253 5,491 5.0 1,188 a 14.8 7,172 2,602 175 4,796 357 66.9 36.3 25.6 196 ieour-eaneia-Texa Lne ..................... 19 3,26hw64 4 7,256 11.9 10,18.4 1.2 62,106 21,25 1,575 2.'66 4, 68.4 3.2 28.8
3,293 5,230 1:394 7,099 1,852 177 3,996 1,382 56.3 26.1 25.4 1943 1943 3.293 2,:235 10,281 56,616 21,161 1,591 4o,44o 6,0 71.4 37.6 28.7
7,097 14,615 1.5 3805 3.5 19,757 5,06 893 1,050 3.303 55 25.5 26.0 1944 M.issourl Pacific ............................ 1944 7,097 130,486 1.0 32,5 22.3 175,075 ,238 7,891 100,352 25,606 57.3 25.3 .
7,097 14.399 3:,678 199,282 ,Z77 734 10690 3 0:o 55.: 23.5 26.8 1963 1943 7,097 129,210 26,628 16, 38,621 90.053 30,683 5.1 23.2
1,886 4 46,408 20.5 1,830 6.5 6,790 1,831 183 3,8a 53 56.7 27.0 24.1 196 Texas & Paoifio ............................... 196 1,884 38,792 20.5 16,1d8 6.8 59,.99 16,665 1,642 34,201 5,016 57.1 27.8 13.5
1:886 3:659 1:718 5:873 1,667 181 31:5; 759 59.8 28.4 25.2 1943 1943 1.892 32,202 15,088 51.680 14,362 1,624 29,773 6,905 57.6 27.8 23.8
646 67 6.9 2,976 2,993 683 6,573:: 1,619 68.1 31.0 31.6 1944 St. Louis-Sa.n Fr.anso o ..................... 1944 46 5 63,62 .7 8 .5 86,162 27,366 4,266 59,381,4 68. 1 31.8
64:665 663.9 1,976 :049 2 ,57 5 23008 64.3 28.4 30.9 1943 1 3 667 56254 16:93 7,:69 22,355 3,742 50,798 17,31 64:.5 8 31.0
159 220 1 31.7 19.4 St. Lou.is-San Franolo & o Texas................. 1 19 2,712 7.4 252 12.0 602 6 36 1,68 327 .0 20.6 0.2
159 365 16 389 4 17 4 41 15.5 193 13 1 2929 22 322 3 819 480 17.5
1,607 6,065 23. 4 478 53-5 6,698 1,258 179 2,798 1,090 1.8 18.8 19.2 1944 St. Louis southwestern Lines ................ 1944 1,07 48,928 13.2 3,170 12.3 53,37 10,836 1,411 24,946 7,808 6 6.8 20.3 22.5
1:607 4:916 312 5,355 999 142 2,488 818 46.5 18.7 23.6 1943 1943 1,61 43,216 ,2 ,l 8,030 1,272 20,949 8,526 44.4 17.0 23.3
7,920 2.9 2,182 1.0 10,711 2,808 33 6,257 11 58. 26.2 27.3 19 Texae & New Orlns........................... 1 339 73290 21,66 1.1 100,39 25,6 2,911 5587 9507 55.6 25.3 25.6
4, 7,700 2161.10',11 6~ 1 4 32074 1 62 29 25.4 13193 4 3 1 7,225 18,996 98,496 20,531 3,268 97,786 20,278 1 8.5 20.8 23.6


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


SPercent increase omputed on units of dollars.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
SIncludes Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns.m or Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
- Deoerase or deficit.


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