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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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
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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


S3 1262 087310214 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

., OP N R BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


U.S. I: r.5?Y OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE S


Statement No. M-150
OCTOBER 1944


TEAM RAILWAYS


FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1944 AND 1943 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER, 1944 AND 1943
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Percent Perc ent Percent Percent
Milee freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trane- Freight Passenger Derec- t Oper- maint- trane-
or rosa iDepreoi-Average Depreci-
erated Per- Per- All action in- railway eating nance portation Region, road, nd yeale nation in railway eating nae portaton
rat P A eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses of r All lauded oper- ratio expenses expense
at osh Amount ent Amount cent Total malnte- in pre- Total ting (per- of oper- of oper- of adre- Total maints- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
of month n- in- nance odng income cent) eating eating operated Aount Amonn- nance cedin income cent) ting atng
crease crease column g revenues revenues crease crease column revenue revenues

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(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
199,593 551,059 3.1 4136,79 1.0 $743,9433 $221,029 $,419 1$49,955 $86'949 65.9 29.-7 31.4 91944 Total-Roads listed herein ................. 1944 191,997 $5.270,121 3. $399.11 10.9 *7$169,756 02,152,522 $384,350 1 $4,737,296 839,611 66.1 30.0 31.3
199,259 534,704 135:154 723,035 211,051 36,515 469,503 100,660 64.9 29.2 31.0 1943 1943 199,361 5,079,294 1,261,640 6,811,857 1,550,639 342,501 4,149,791 1,066,915 60.9 27.2 29.2
New England Region:
10 91 5,'279 1.0 1.570 3-5 73451 2g555 349 5:52 9 4 33 34-3 531944 f.]&1MBo ain .......................... 1944 1,819 5,533 1.1 16,330 .8 73,279 23,96 3,444 53,732 ,549 73. 33.3
120 2 a R 74 9 33.0 37.3 1943 1943 1,522 9,93 16,207 72,5 21,96 3,074 50,326 10,512 9. 30.3 34.9
1,837 7,46s A 6,414 4.6 15,080 4,324 52 o,4497 1,246 69.5 25.9 34.5 1944 New York, New Haven & Hartford # ........41944 1,838 78,546 4 62,802 5.1 153,013 42,70 ,0 104,47418,388 68.3 2. 30.6
1,838 8,155 6,131 15.546 3,861 622 9,771 2,474 62.9 24.8 33.0 1943 1943 1,838 78,95t 59,762 19,963 36,202 480 89,207 28,95 59-5 24. 30.
846 069o 47 224 20.9 4379 1,69 35 2 3.272 7 7 4 8. 659 3.25 1944 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 1944 84 39,47 4.6 2101 14.7 42,6 15,576 337 31,4 7,36 .9 36.6 33.5
48 3.875 185 4, 1,699 3T3 3,352 1.2U 80. 40 352. 1943 19435 84 37,75 1,831 40,633 1,810 3,1 28,17 8,3 9.3 34.0 31.5
973 5,177 62.7 930 5.1 6,76 1,701 362 4,745 79 70.2 25.2 40.6 1944 Delaware, Lakawanna Western ............ 1944 973 50,35 d .6 9273 d 1.9 65,922 17691 3,657 47,497 4,763 72.1 26.5 41.7
973 5,322 555 6,539 2,265 351 6,470 d 190 94.6 33.1 55.6 1943 1943 977 52,826 9,4 658,36 16,597 3,687 46,711 9.392 76.3 24.7 39.1
2,244 11,429 1,260 11.4 13,573 3,30 605 9 1,470 76 2.2 .2 1944 Erie ....................................1944 2,244 13,383 d 1.7 11,409 22.1 133109 35,904 6,00 91,068 16,709 6.4 27.0 36.3
.,2: 12,305 1,131 14,258 5,235 575 12,664 510 56.6 36.6 45.7 1943 1943 2,243 115,309 9,342 132,392 33,903 5,759 84,539 15,913 63.9 25.6 33.6
1,026 2,492 d 474 693 3,15 942 15 2,266 61 71.8 29. 37.4 1944 Orand Trunk Western.....................1944 1,026 23, 24 d 2.0 3,1 28.7 29,61 1,512 2 3 919 433 77.4 33.4 3.
1,026 2,509 20 2974 01 154 2,099 5 70.6 26.9 38.7 1943 1943 1,026 24,366 2,96 4 29,107 1,516 20703 5,35 71.1 29.7 3.7
1,260 6,489 .5 1 692 2.3 7,64a 2,349 6 5,539 1,564 72.4 30-7 37-4 1944 Lehigh Valley ..........................1944 1,260 71,15 5.4 7,154 17.8 2,70 25,432 5,495 59,421 10,696 71. 30. 37.0
1,26o 6,889 676 7,963 2,249 460 5,389 1,150 7.7 28.2 35.5 1943 1943 1,260 65600 6,075 76.14 21,270 1 405 50,546 U1,351 66.2 27.8 34.2
10,746 40,055 1,223 d 6.1 60,920 20,279 3,:88 46,330 4,956 76.1 33.3 37.6 1944 New York Central a/......................1944 10,746 95,183 d 1. 155,24 16.0 606,329 192,47 33,261 436,060 56,539 7 31.7 35.3
10,747 40,157 15,146 61,588 21,055 3,682 46,813 6,232 76.0 34.2 36.8 1943 1943 10,788 402,370 134,51 590,098 169,200 30,576 36,102 75173 5.4 28.7 32.3
1,7 6 7,769 6 36 5.5 ,305 2250 526 5,159 1,024 62.1 27.1 30.6 1944 New York, Chogo & St. Louis...........1944 1,688 78,57 d 1.1 3,976 46.5 4,124 21206 4,53 0,382 9,399 59.9 25.2 30.5
1,688 8,264 344 8,751 1,844 377 4,841 1,133 55.3 21.1 30.8 1943 1943 1,688 79,445 2,713 8,55 17,8 3,67 43,963 11.51 52.6 20.9 27.9
1,949 4,306 .9 261 2.9 4,775 1,24 375 3, 432 79.4 3.2 36.3 1944 Pere Marquette .......................... 1944 1,964 42,126 3.7 3,402 8.8 47,781 16, 24 3,474 5,995 4,269 35.2 34.9
1,93 4,269 253 4,729 1,69 31 3,7 501 73.3 34.0 34.5 1943 1943 2,012 4o,613 3,126 4,876 14,323 3,094 315388 5.43. 6 31.2 32.5
229 2,669 s 103 4 2,865 1,303 356 2,4lO6 93 584.O 4.5 33.2 1944 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ...................1944 229 27,319 A 7. 1,113 1.2 29,397 12,729 3,337 23,658 4,641 80.5 43.3 32..
229 2,789 107 2,977 1,337 311 2,468 6 2.9 44.9 32.6 1943 1943 232 27,562 1,101 29,550 11,758 3,10o6 21,480 5,242 72.7 39. 28.1
2,393 6, 70 d6.6 581 .3 5,239 2,O42 382 5,081 860 61.7 24.9 31.0 1944 Wabash ..................................1944 2393 65,469 1.9 840 3.1 79,015 20010 3,492 48,595 7,533 61.5 25.3 30.9
2,393 7,355 962 8,788 1,858 302 4,784 1,084 54.4 21.1 28.3 1943 -... 1943 2,393 66,723 8670 79-,551 17,64o 2,997 4541 9,876 57.2 22.2 29.7
61 27.7 5 3 ,6 305 33,975 7 1 2 22 6 234i4 33.1 1944 altimore & Ohio ........................ 1944 6,146 265,987 6.1 42,95 31.9 325,966 112,465 13.93 235,730 38,092 723 34
6,146 26,365 3,41 31,433 10,13 1,266 21, 4,652 8.2 32.4 31.2 1943 1943 6,150 250,695 32,554 298,807 90,992 12,413 196,957 56,190 659 30
654 4,108 d 9 613 2. 5,035 1,497 320 3,734 497 74.2 29.7 39.9 1944 Central of New Jersey # ................. 1944 655 41,708 d 4.3 6,342 L 70 51,132 14,768 3,203 37,926 4,674 74.2 28.9 41.0
657 4,335 630 5,296 1,577 321 3,980 294 75.1 29.8 41.7 1943 1943 657 43,585 6,820 53,378 14,956 3,069 38,129 5,302 71.4 28.0 39.9
912 2,013 2.2 615 10.7 2,961 790 8k 1,915 151 67.0 27.6 33.1 1944 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .............. 1944 912 20,024 4.0 6,351 18.5 28,755 5,03 832 19,918 2,570 69.3 28.1 35.1
912 2,818 735 81,969 251 735 1,922 212 6.2 20.1. 3.7 1943 1943 912 19,247 5,360 2638 6 806 ,642 3,31 62.0 24.6 31.7
392 2,55 4 .2 2,965 1,075 465 2,298 300 77.5 36.2 36.2 1944 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................1944 392 24,863 6.0 28818 10,440 4,403 21,654 2,733 75.1 36.2 35.4
392 2,4 2,930 95 412 1,939 216 66.2 32.5 31.1 1943 1943 392 23,448 27,284 9,688 4,746 19,599 1,681 71.8 35.5 33.6
376 1 1,I77 d 70 2,275 5.3 3,641 1,089 182 2,795 171 76.8 29.9 45.1 1944 Long Island ............................. 1944 376 12,071 5.5 24,334 3.1 38,206 11,223 1,820 28,335 2,669 74.2 29.4 42.8
378 1,266 2,162 3,596 1,105 152 2,740 135 76.2 30.7 43.6 1943 1943 378 ll,4o 23,595 36,591 10,165 1,809 25,537 3,889 69.8 27.8 39.7
1090 57,115 d 1-3 21,739 .6 56,042 24,7o0 4,175 60,648 9,415 70.5 28.8 36.8 1944 Pennsylvania ............................ 1944 10,097 569,185 3.0 217,078 8.2 88,995 256,619 39,924 615,836 95,846 72.5 30-2 37.8
10,160 57,847 21,609 86,445 24,911 3,924 58,227 8,216 67.4 28.5 34.4 1943 1943 10,175 552,459 200o,684 815,699 222,543 36,906 545,79 111,025 66.9 27.3 35.1
1,410 ,4 15 2.1 878 5.1 9,710 3,708 663 7,377 1,147 76.0 38.2 34.7 1944 Reading ................................. 1944 1,412 83,937 1.0 8,625 2.7 96,873 31,605 6,182 67,550 11,857 69.7 32.6 34.1
1,417 8,185 835 9,417 2,627 559 5,526 1,641 58.7 27.9 28.3 1943 1943 1,419 83,106 8,396 95,920 28,358 5,518 62,o42 14,859 64.7 29.6 32.3
3,072 16,160 1.5 1,946 1,923 6,092 1,645 11,864 2,827 62.7 32.2 26.1 1944 Chesapeake & Ohlo ....................... 1944 3,073 156,950 5.0 19,904 11.9 183,639 57,501 15,92 113,177 28,063 61.6 31.3 26.0
3,085 15,924 2,118 18,845 4,754 1,274 10,267 3,228 54.5 25.2 25.1 1943 1943 3,088 149,427 17,785 173,571 4,893 12,416 91,203 31,394 52.6 25.9 22.6
2154 11,83 .1 1,428 7. 13,700 3,954 1,218 7. 2,6 54.7 28.9 22.0 1944 Norfolk & Western ..... .................. 1944 2,154 115,868 6.4 14,521 11.7 134,389 4o,o6 "11,967 75,11 2157 9 30.1 22.
2,154 10,992 1,325 12,715 3,981 1,210 7,3 2,147 57.8 31.3 22.8 1943 1943 2,155 108,868 13,006 125,60 37,9822 10,989 70.563 19,316 56.1: 30.1 22.3
4,961 7,61 7.4 3,458 5-1 12,286 3,537 41 8,028 5 65.3 28.8 31.7 1944 AtSlantic Coast Line ..................... 1944 4,962 83,704 d 2 37,87 8.2 129,63 32,693 7,783 76,666 11,052 59.1 25.2 2
4,956 7,321 3,291 11,478 2,887 604 6,835 40 59.5 25.1 29.3 1943 1943 4,967 85,845 35,014 127,945 26,585 5,959 66,174 13:255 51.7 20.8 2.6
1,s16 2,12 1 .l5 748 d3. 13,170 9 37 213 2,325 45 773.3 2.5 '37.4 1944 Central of Georgia ................... 1944 1,816 22,523 1.6 7298 11.5 32,694 9,377 2,069 23,270 480 71.2 28.7 36.0
1,516 2,164 773 3,215 70 149 1,998 564 62.1 24.2 313 1943 1943 1,16 22,159 531,1233 7405 1,493 19.069 7,408 61.1 23.7 311
1,952 2,92? 3 19 d 3,229 10 2,312 98 1.6 36.2 28.9 1944 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ..................... 1944 1,9652 8068 1.2 2,31 1. 31,41 1,697 ,3959 3.2 27.
1 3,2 1 7,341241.......1,,97.2,0. 6 .
1973 27 23 3,022 1,964 0 50 30.7 27.5 1943 1943 1,972 28,399 2,299 31,620 9,405 l,6oo 19,517 4,156 61.7 29.7 25.8
4, 23 14,632 1.5 2,05 o 1s,678 6,521 1,130 12,654 1,528 67. 7 34.9 2.3 1944 Illinoeis Central ........................ 1944 4,823 142,556 3.2 31,798 14.9 186,038 60,232 11,146 120,581 20,672 64.8 32.4 28.0
4,823 14,421 2,850 18,339 5,8565 1,095 11,852 2,633 64.6 32.0 28.1 1943 1943 4,826 138,078 27,683 175,780 5,291 10,7 115,674 27,010 65. 33.2 28.2
4,744 13 24 2.0 3,710 d 4.0 17,935 5,032 1,027 11,4o9 1,925 63.6 25.1 31.1 1944 Louisville & Nashville .................. 1944 4,744 129,442 2.4 38,653 2.0 178,279 49,194 10,07 109,634 20,534 61.5 27.6 29.4
4,745 12,944 3,865 17,721 4,419 941 '10,123 2,251 57.1 24.9 28.1 1943 1943 4.745 126,434 37,903 173,340 42,233 9,236 97,191 21,928 56.1 24.4 7.5
4,174 7,'76 1.6 ,7 6.4 11,640 3,264 588 7,412 1, 67 63.7 28.0 2.2 1944 Seaboard Air Line ## .................... 1944 4,175 74,291 1.3 35,666 6.9 117,977 31,118 5,408 73,179 18,849 62.0 26.4 29.4
4,177 .6,966 3,248 11,240 2,724 373 6,369 2,441 56.7 24.2 26.7 1943 1943 4,179 73,362 33,355 114,151 25,750 6,067 63,098 28,491 55.3 22.6 27.0
6,505 15,711 .5 5,o94 2.4 22,120 6,200 956 13,546 2,644 61.2 2.0 29.1 1944 Southern ................................ 1944 6,510 156,232 8.6 49,837 4.3 218,376 60,547 9,349 130,867 27,362 59.9 27.7 28.3
6,514 14,474 4,974 20,602 5,284 845 11,897 2,828 57.7 25.6 28.1 1943 1943 6,514 143,851 47,778 203,252 49,637 8,402 107,866 30,161 53.1 24.4 24.
1,524 2,79 41.1 6 20.7 3,427 853 10 1,946 51 4 56. 24.9 28.1 1944 Yazoo &Mliseippi Valley .............. 1944 1,524 24,604 d 4.7 4,290 20.7 30,457 8,152 981 18,719 4,279 61.5 26.8 30.6
1,524 1,984 1 3 2,513 803 102 1,934 127 77.0 31.9 39.4 1943 1943 1,524 25,827 3,553 30,815 8,173 1,039 18,939 4,958 61.5 26.5 30.5


" Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
SIncludes amortization of Defense Projects.
SReport of trustee or trustees.


# Report of receiver or receivers.
a Inludes Boston & Albany, Lessor to Now York Central.
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS
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OCTOBER 1944


FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1944 AND 1943
________ ________________________________ FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER, 1944 AND 1943
Operating revenues Operating expenses --
O p e r a t i n g r e v e n u e o p e r a t i g e nga rP e r c e n t P e r c e n t O p e r a t i n g r e v e n u e s O p e r a t i n g e x p e n s e .
Miles Freight Paseenger Deprecia- Net Oper- mainte- trans- Average freight Pasteener OPercent Percent
of road tion in- railway eating neance portation milIe tsn Dgpro- alt apa ninte- trai-
oper ted 11 eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses Region, road, and year o ro action in- raillway eating nanoe portatlon
at cloe Per Per Total ainte- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- operated Per- Per- eluded- ratio ex
of month Amount t ount et nance ceding income cent) atng atng operated ount Total mainte- pre- Total ating (per- of oper- f ope-
in- In- column i revenues revenues Amount cen Amount cet ,o g Income cent) atl
arease crease crease crease column revenues revenues
.n --.(a) (b) (e) (d) (el (f *) (1J1- (h) -(1) *-1(..L (J-11) (11. ..J-) (.B ) ( o(p)()(r)(e(..11n) |)(v) l (___ (L(= (as)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money te(s in ousand of dolla)(
Northwesten 1 Region: (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
S 10 2,9 0. 17 $1 ,27 33. 19 Chicago & North Western ......................... 19 4 ,07 92 $9 2 d 31,072 2.6 13,1 3 O
8,100 10,697 2,567 1A,563 3,995 912 59,978 5,051 60.4 26.9 29.2 19133 191.$3 5,100 96:,8 27,5107120,57913 ,oGe r ..71..7.9.150553123 3755
:;|g9 10:0 29 6A Bouthern 2, 5 91 13.532............. 1.8 11.8 1 0? 1---
1,500 2,10d8 6.2 217 d 17.3e2 ,0.32.7.862.912
723 1,606 1 2765 20423 6,709 1,096 14 ,289 3,0 70.0 32.8 31.9 19 1 Chicago, Milwaukee. St. Paul & Pacifi o, ....... 19 10, 728 1 43,0 ,263 10.2 9,11 9, 1 3.09 27, 70. .
0,A170 16,0W 2,5865 21,191 5.272 898 12:025 5,410 56: 24.5 27.3 193 1963 10,765 11.4,056 25,650 186,25 .7.5,. 110,32 4 7,053 72.. 2.7
1,617 1,73 11.7 369 2,357 606 116 1,63 436 69.5 2-7 3 1944 Chicago, St.Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha .............. 19. 1,67 17,025 3,693 10.0 22 ,704 6,529 17,31 292 6.3 2. 2.1
1:,617 2:020 350 2590 624 16 1,635 53 631 2.1 3 1943 1943 22,71 6,222 1,160 15,737 4 ,229 9.3 27.4 36.5
5 7.6 5246 97 347 2025 102 38.6 16 1 6 1944 Duluth, iabe & Iron Range.. .................... 194 5 32 2.0 371 3,1 4 9?0 3 458 172111 421




a,371 16 93:3. 1,1327 d .0 20,27 5,679 1,301 11, 65 3,02.. 9 1 :-, ; 3, 1 10 5, ; 9o0 5,4 5.8 3. 2.
5,3 1, 93. 1 5, 1,3 1 3, 2.1 25.6 1944 Geat Northern tn ................................. 19 372 15,660 6.9 17,2 15.6 1 260 57,19 12,25 110,612 26 3 631 32. 26.7




:,3058 16,3 163 19779 5 235 1,354 10:,77 3 11 50 26.5 23.6 1943 1943 O153 136,214 14**736 163***51 51,3 13,0 2 95.,009 25,423 59.4 2
4,277 4,096 d 251 4,684 1,315 250 3,114 6 66. 25.1 34.0 194" Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marle....... 1944 4,277 39,004 12.7 2,570 .1 44,519 13,91 2511 31,781 ,02 1.4 3
4:277 4171 277 745 1 145 252 2960 13. 62.4 24.1 34.4 1943 1943 4,277 3.60 2 379 39,713 11, 97 2,596 27,355 8174 4.9 30 33
6,67 11,605 1,67 .9 ,625 ,795 1,11 9, 91 2,60 67.6 3 2. 29.5 19 Northern Pacific............................... 1944 6,67 100892 4.2 1,615 32.0 130224 4,719 10,39 88,170 19,299 67. 32. 29.2
6,6 ,75 1,71 14,35 5, 9 962 11,254 4,522 78.:4 37.7 :3.9 1943 193 6,568 96,O6 14,108 120:764 36,595 9,005 76,586 28,019 63.4 30.3 27.5
Central Western Region:
959 : 2,083 .1 794 J 3,211 65 7 2,092 516 65.2 26.9 31.4 1944 Alton #.................................... 19 959 20,512 o7926 12.1 31695 695 2137 3,517 66 2.1 319

3 21 17.5 9,16 ,854 2,2 26,728 6,581 6.5 27.2 26.2 1944 Athisn, Topeka & Santa Fe .................... 1944 13105 312,782 1 5 .4 43130 2,247 266 o 247767 46,707 56. 2
29,27 9,376253,.7' 26,953 6,794 b4 1 31.9 28.1 1943 1943 13,152 273,05485:44e 384,918 100,247 23,098 210,169 52,153 54.6 26.0
,9 16,752 .0 3,293 3.2 22,114 6,602 1,169 12,828 2,424 55.0 29.9 24.4 1944 Chicago, Burlington & oy........................ 194 8,990 149,005 .6 3.583 28.0 199,461 6,961 10,5 121,31 22,525 60. 31.1 2 .
924.5 24.3 1943 1943 9,031 137,218 26,243 178,516 4,559 5,530 96,256 35,075 53.5 25.1 24.5
7,751 11,213 15.0 3,756 15.0 16,219 4,573 775 10,024 1,411 61.5 28.2 27.5 194 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific #................ 1944 7,751 109,271. 5.3 37,329 14.5 155,515 4,o 7,15 96,062 24,053 60.6 26.4 25.3
7,751 9,751 3,265 14,174 3,938 6,513 2,405 62.2 27.5 28.4 1943 1943 7,758 103,7M4 32,595 147,301 34,531 6,393 3,733 34,773 56.5 23.4
2,5 50 5 124 7851 4.2 6,524 1,543 421 4,06 1 272 62.5 25.3 29.6 1944 Denver & Rio Grands western #.................. 1944 2,392 47,366 d.6. 5206 2.1 585163 15,790 4251 39,0 11,79 67.4 323
2,45 4,805 750 5,517 1,601, 314 3,745 1,165 64.4 27.5 31.9 1943 1943 2,1105 48,129 5,036 58565 14,270 2,790 33,123 14,683 56,5 524.
5,262 28,725 2.0 9,459 2.6 40,750 12,932 2,153 30,040 3,104 73-7 31.7 35.1 1944 southern Paoific Company k/ .................... 1944 8,262 1,496 6.5 55,s99 11.8 413,4O0 130,195 21,191 254,927 33,559 65.9 31. 30.5
5,299 25,150 5,255 39,595 12,359 1.926 27,339 3,612 9.0 31.2 31.7 1943 1943 5,315 272,990 79,602 348,191 105,114J 15,035 235,519 49,91 61.3 27.427
9,782 3U,66a 11.9 7,355 d_.. 47,003 11:595 1,648 25:936 4:330 25:2 24.6 25:6 1944 Onion Pacific................................... 14 9:752 306.406 5-3 76 M 7.0 414:718 12%M7 16:414 262,697 31 112 63:3127

Southwestern Region:
3,293 5,09 6.231,5166o,57I12-653 17,022 509 66.9 326.6 194ansas-TexaeLines....................O..194 3,263 36l 11.2 11,573 d .2 69,617 23:,907 1,7494,4S55,344 65.2 34
3O46 1,3157,295 1,751 1779 1,513 55.9 24.4 26.5 1943 1943 3,293 7,699 11,599 63,914 22,942 1,767 44,519 7,596 69.7 3!5.9 2.5
1,11 .2 3,517 19,705 2409510,90 03,063 55". 255 21.6 ...Missouri Pacific #.............................1944 7,09A 13 676 1.3 36 19.5 192:595 49,475 5,791 112,037 28,7526'
194353,063 50 79430, 15,225 43,510 7,236 101,007 33,7q6 5 .2 2
1,554 4,672 22.4 1,7 1.5 6,962 2015 1583 4,587 54 5.7 21 0 23.9 1944 Texas & Pacifio.................................1944 1,54 43,464 20.7 1736 6.3 66912 1,65 1,825 538,25 5,6oo0 57.22
1,554 3,1 1 ,655 6,207 1,791 177 35599 473 57.N 249 23.0 1943 1943 1,591 36,020 II776 57,587 16,154 1,801 33,362 7,777 57.6 217.9 23.7
4,646 7,568 4-3 1,998 d.1 10,307 3,049 455 6,766 1,791 65.6 29.6 31.0 1944 St. Louis-San Francisco #......................1944 4,650 69,251 9.0 20,430 7.2 96,469 30,415 4,720 66,15O 14,157 65.6 31.5 31.7
4203421 6,997 1,57 69.9 31.5 33.2 1943 1943 4,667 63,510 19,o66 58,706 25,504 4,163 57,795 19,155 65.2 2.5 31.2
159 219 1 27 147. 2s4 03 31.3 41.4 1944 St. Louis-Sanranisco & Texas....................1944 159 2,931 ",, 27 18.4 3,2Ps 694 40 121. 31.1
161 22.7 34.9 1943 1943 159 3,175 213, 45 622 37 171
1,607 6,025 15.5 3.49 16.3 6,545 1,161 179 2,36 1,052 4:.j 17:4 21.5 1944 St. Louis Southwestern Lines #..................1944 1,60; ,9,13-.512.7 59,s56 1,91,2;0 Si5,560 46.4 20
1,607 5,220 30 9a 112 2517.23.4 1943 1943 1,61. 1: 13.,24 52,520 9.01 ,779 44.4 17.1 23.
4,3J5 8,260 1.2 2,237 1.4 11,262 2,923 334 6,541 1,134 58.1 26.0 27.4 1944 Texas & New Orleans.............................1944 581,3505 d1.0 2R,906 12.7 111,66o 28,329 3,244 62,355 10,6402 25.
.3 1 9,16o 2,207 11,169 2,511 305 6,052 1,122 54.5 22.5 27.8 1943 1943 4,31 52,86 2,203 109,665 23,042 3,576 53,567 21,400 93 1 21.0
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Includes amortilation of Defense Projeots.
SReport of trustee or trustee.
Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
a Decrease or deficit.


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


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