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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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U.S. DEPCG TOSY


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


Statement No. M-150

NOVEMBER 1944


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


FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 1944 AND 1943


Operating revenues

Freight Passenger
Per- Per-
Am centount Amount cent Total
Iount In-r Tta I
crease -crease

(h ( 0) d) (.1 ) f)


198,872
199,202
1,808
1,819
1,838
1,838
846
848
973
973
2,244
2,244
1,026
1,026
1,260
1,26o
10,746
10,747
1,687
1,b8S
1,949
1,983
229
230
2,393
2,393


654
655
912
912
392
392
376
378
10,090
10,154
1,410
1,417
3,076
32,15
2,154
2:154
4,961
4,956
1,816
1,816
1,952
1,973
4,823
4,823
4,753
4,745
4,174
4,179
6,505
6: 514
1,524
1,524


Operating expenses

Depreci-
All action in-
A eluded Total
nance ceding,
column i

(g) (h) (1)


(Money items In thousands of dollars)
S 0.9 708,792 $211,869 |40,560 1 $477,222
691,327 204,574 37,289 457,602


3.5

2.6

d 6.1

6.8

5.0






2.4


#526,775
509,o80
4,902
4,778
7,040
7,501
3,705
3,470
50o73
,830
10,162
10,999
2,450
2,476
6,488
6,336
38,392
39,315
7,589
.o4
0,944
,059
2,429
2,420
6,769
6,768
25,783
25,208
3,989
3,94
1,960
1,970
2,683
2,335
1,164
1,020
55,591
51,659
8,196
7,279
15,044
14,103
10,896
9,388
8,589
8,355
2,107
2,220
2,896
2,832
15272

13,210
12,592
7,302
7,453
15,739
14,139
1,791
2,319


1130,969
132,171
1,594
1,438
6,162
5,785
209
169
888
879
1,1
1,:o 7
403
205
637
618
12,860
13.455
39g
36b
242
274
109
107
871
821
4,003
3:345



6oo
561



2,047
2,090
21,150
21,838
876
827
1,675
2,OO0
1,322
1.361




75
174
176
2,487
2,921
3,699
3,681
3.376
3,2oo00
4,781
4,784
448
408


10.8

6.5

23.8

1.0

10.5

96.6

3.1

d 4.4

7.4

d 11.6

2.1

6.0

19.7



7.1



d 2.

d 3.2

5.9

d 16.,

d 2.

7.5

3.7

d 1.4

d 14.9

.5

5.5



9.7


,093
6,825
14,401
14,505
4,014
3,734
6,557
6,310
12,123
12,837

2:859
7,586
7,357
56,8oo00
58,124
8,142
8,517

4:543
2,628
2,612
8,o69
7,998
31,424
30,109
4,o00
4,842
2,789
2,830
3,044
2,713
3,407
3,277
82,923
80,088
9,483
8,527
17,488
16,872
12,612
11,120
12,962
12,398
3,082
3,139
3,166
3,101

17,Oo0
17,862
17,158
11,432
11,325
21,786
20,109
2,404
2,908


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


$80,578
93,25b
69
62;
910
1,943
69

861
642
1,144
1:415
598
522
1,5J23
3
4,968
5,266
1,044
1,101
386
366
348
305
734
902
2,33Z
I 2,21



132
208
579
123
123



1,167
1,031
2,660
2,876
2,096
2,598
933
909
420
72



1,812
2,557
2,108
2,050
1,s05
2,445
2,719
3,241
214
227


Oper-
ating
ratlo
(per-
cent)


77.1
77.2







72.9
72.6

70.9
69.1
75.0
71.0
79.7
79.0
5 .3
- 1
82.6
73.7
93.2
95.5
62.0
58.4
75.8
74.0
73.7
73.5
68.9
64.6
62.2
76.5
80.3
85-1
72.4
73.5
77.0
67.7
65.4
59.9
57.8
67.1
61.3
58.8
78.1
63.1
69.2
67.5
63.7
66.2
61.2
59.0
63.9
55.3
59.3
53.8
80.3
64.5


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of ooer-
ating
revenues


) 1( (1) | ( )


35.9
33.9
28.6
25.8



24.3
28.9
29.8
29.9

24.1

32.0
30.0
34.7"
35.1

14:6
39.1
35.6
49.o
52.7

2 :2
35.2
33.1
29.4
29.9
26.6
25.0
32.2
36.4
30.8
35.5
29.2
31.3
38.3
30.5
32.2
31.0
28.8
32.8
25.0
22.2
31.8
24.4
34.6
32.8



26.7
25.:
27.1
22.4
26.2
24.5
37.7
27.3


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


31.8
36.6
38.5
35.4
32.5
34.8
36.5
40.5
43.1
37.5
37.8
38.4
39.9

6.89
39.7
38.7
30.4
28.0
37.9
33.1
38.3
36.9
31.5
29.5
39.3

39.7

36.0
33.4'
33.0
37.1
46.8
47.4
38.4
37.4

34:4
28.2
24.6
24.0
30.0
31.8
32.3
39.4
32.3
27.8
28.3
27.4
27.9
30.2
29.2
30.4
27.2
29.0
25.2
37.5
32.7


Region, road, and year


Average
miles
of road
operated


(0)


. -. .. i.4I- I -- I I


1944 Total--Roads listed herein ................. 1944
1943 1943
New England Region:
1944 Boston & Maine .......................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Mew York, New Haven A Hartford # ........ 1944
1943 1943
Great Lakes Region:
1944 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 1944
1943 .1943
1944 Delaware, Lackawanna & eastern ............. 1944
1943 1943
1944 Erie ..................................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Lehigh Valley ........................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 New York Central a/ ..................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ........... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Pare Marquette .......................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ..................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Wabash .................................. 1944
1943 1943
Central Eastern Region:
1944 Baltimore & Ohio ........................ 1944
1943 1943
1944 Central of New Jersey # ................. 1944
1943 1943
1944 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .............. 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:
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 Louisville & Nashville .................. 1944
1943 1943
1944 Seaboard Air Line ## .................... 1944
1943 1943
1944 Southern ................................ 1944
1943 1943
1944 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley .............. 1944
1943 1943


* Percent, increase computed on unite of dollars.
Includes amortization of Defense Projeota.
I Report of trustee or trustees.


198,904
199,344
1,818
1,822
1,838
1,838
847
848
973
977
2,244
2,243
1,026
1,026
1,260
1,260
10,746
10,785
1,688
1,688
1,963
2,009
229
231
2,393
2,393
6,144
6:149



912
912
392
392



10,096
10,173
1,411
1,418



2,154
2.155
4,962
4,966
1,816
1,816
1,964
1,972
4,823
4,826
4,745
4:745
4,175
4,179
650
6:;O N
1,524
1,524


FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER, 1944 AND 1943


Operating revenues
Freight Passenger
Per- Per- Total
cent cent
Amount in- Amount in-
crease crease

(p) (q) (r) (s) (t)


$5,796,99
5,58,3811





43,182
41,224



123,545
126,307
26,334
26,842
77,646
72,00b

4 1,685
86,166lb
87,449
46,070
44,672
29,808
29.982
72,238
73,491
291.771
275,903
45,697
47,529
21,984
21,217
27,546
25.783
13,25

624,767
604,118
92,134
90,386

1 3.531
126,764
118,256
92,294
94,200
24,629
24,379
30,964
31,231
157,828
151,212
142,652
139,026
81,593
8o.815
171,971
157,990
26,395
28,146


Operating expenses

Depreci-
atlon in-
All eluded
mainte- in pre- Total
nance ceding
column i

(u) (v) (v)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
3.7 1,530,1ol 9.8 $7 878,559| 2,364,392 | $424,911 $5,214,516
1,393,807 7,503,214 2,055,215 380,092 4,607,384


2,547
2,315
4,117
3,738
1,566
1,590
1,596
1:824
3,615
3,837
849
690
2,429
2,207
19,732
20,427
2,012
2,092
1,716
1,619
1,287
1,377
2,035
1,855
11,O45

1,440
1:446
743
713
981
988

1,162
24,178
25,083
3,637
2,598
5,637
5,238
. 3,637
3,653
3,238
2,748
981
764
1,097
1,017
6,052
5,788
4,761
4,385
3,102
2,537
5,713

905
795


375
311
821
622
372
3 2
368
351
634
575
155
151


3,579
3,b90
548
708



35

389
302
1,488
1,261
320
325
84
81
467
425
182
182
3,907
3,637
672
570
1,659
1,837
1,219
1,198
841
799

149
195
162
1,130
1,:094
1,025
944
605
371
971
853

1l0


1.6

5.2

15.5

d 1.6

21.0

33.1

16.4

14.1

41.9

7.2

1.2

3.4

30.8



17.4



2.7

7.1

3.0

9.0

10.3

8.1

10.8

1.6

12.0

1.8

6.8

3.9

19.6


5,465
5,269
10,o75
9,224
3,126
3,136
4,537
4:.839
8,835
9,320
2,165
1,976
5,690
5,220
45,249
45,943
4, 828
4,780
3,617
3,350
2,450
2,495
5,o7
4,675
23,833
22,273
3,611
3,557
1,921
1,829
1,894
2,075
2,736
2,789
60,o10
58,868
7,304
5,769
11,438
10,109



7,946
7,290
2,407
1,982
2,189
2,093
12,082
11,302
10,935
10,125
,306
6:,262
12,919
10,815
1,930
1.877


26,510
24,280o
46,57
39,9Z
17,144
15,4oo00
19,286
18,721
39,519
37.74o
10,754
9,326
27,861
23,478
212,211
189,626
23,218
19,54o
18,540
15,941
14,016
13,135
22,045
19,495
123,520
loo,94o
16,208
16,402
8,826
7,317
11,421
10,677
12,281
11,330
280,796
247,626
35,242
30,955
63,137
50,130
44,043
41,475
35,931
29,333
10,359
8,170
11,858
10,423
66,284
64,079
53,55
46,619
34,219
28,288
66,260
54,555
9,o57
,968:


3.818
3,384
7,840
7,102
3,789
3,561
4,0o24
4,038
b,714
6,334
1,666
1,667
6,063
4:863
36,840
34,265
.092
:395
3,850
3,506
3,693
3,417
3,882
3,300
15,426
13,674
3,39

916
887
4,870
5,171
2,002
1,991
43,831
39,843
6,854
6,088
17.585
14,283
13,187
12,186
8,625
6,759
2,308
1,642
1,892

12,276
11,972
11,105
10,180
6,013
4,439
10,319
9.255
1,080
1,146


59,197
55,594
114,R4g
98,431
34,62o
31,283
52,034
51,550
99,903
93,859
25,og4
22,679
65,111
55,766
481,310
432,045
5,210
8743
39,612
34,739
26,108
23,975
53,602
50,156
2F9,563

41,537
41,6so
21,838
18,470
23,548
21:674
31,071
28,325
675.846
604,662
74,854
67,812
124,615
101,312
82,437
78,02b
84,612
73,463
25,677
21,050
23,584
21,b09
132,664
126,976
120,568
107,316
so80,485
69,359
143,786
118,681
20,649
20,816


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


W()


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


I v) Y I ()


917642 6b.2 I 30.0
1,150,179 61.4 1 27.4


9,244
11,135
19,297
30,900

9:,486
5,624
10,034
17,853
17,328
4,931
5,957
12,248
12,214
61,507
80,439
10, 443
12,553
4,655
5,800
4,988
5,547
8,268
10,778
40,431
58,406



2,702
3,522
3,312
1,804
2,807
3,81
103,576
118,471
13,024
15,890
30,723
34,270
23,675
21,915
11,985
14,106





22,484
29,567
22,642
23,978
20,654
30,935
30,081
33,402
4,494
5,185


73.7
70.0
68.4
59.8
74.3
70.5

09.0
68.8
64.6
76.8
71.0
12.1

72.6
66.7
59.8
52.9
75.9
68.9
81.5
74.5
61.6
57.3
12.6
6.7
74.1
71.6
69.2
62.3
73.9
72.3
74.7
71.0
72.5
67.5
70.4
64.9
62.0
53.2
56.1
57.0
59.3
52.3
71.8
61.2
68.2
62.2
64.7
65.8
61.5
56.3
62.2
55.3

53.1
62.8
61.7


33.0
30.b
28.0
24.3
36.8
34.7
26.b
25.0



32.9
29.2
30.9
28.0
32.0
29.3
25.2
21.2
35
31.:
43.8
40.8
25.3
22.3
34.6
30.7
28.9
28.2
28.0
24.7
35.8
35.6
29
28.:4
30.1
27.6
33.1
29.6
31.4
26.3
30.0
30.3
25.2
20.9
29.0
23.8
34.3
30.0
32.3
33.2
27.5.

26.4
22.5
2 .6

27.6
27.6
20.6


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


Miles
of road
operated
at close
of month


(a)


d 1.0

4.7

d 3.8

d 2.2

d 1.9

7.8

d 1.8

a 1.5

3.1

d .6

d 1.7

5.8



3.6

6.8

6.2

3.4

1.9

5.2

7.2

d 2.

1.0



4.4

2.6

1.0

8.8

d 6.2


17,923
17,645
68,964
65:547
2,310
2,000
10,161
10,328
12,567
10,389
4,217
3,169

6 93
168,784
147,905
4,369
3,079

o:400
1,223
1,208
9,811
9,491
46,952
35.898
6,911
7,421
6.951
5.,921


26,382
25,685
238,228
222,523
9,502
9,223
21,579
19,791

1 :366
41,172
39,080
7,998
7,221
2,515
2,475
34.285
30,o6o4
42,351
41,584
39,042
36,554
54,619
52:562
4,737
3,962


2.3

1.1



14.9

14.1

7.6

12.6

6.7

16.1

2.8



2.3

16.3

4.9

d 2.0

11.3

d 22.8


80,371
79.375
167,413
164,469
46,615
44:36
72 479
74,74Z
145,232
145,229
32 669
31.9661
90,287
83,760
663,129
648,221
92,266
92,102
52 172
50,420
32,025
32,162
87,085
87.550
357,391
28,916
56,033
58,.220
31,544
29,668
31,862
29,997
41,612
39:868
931,918
895,787
106,356

201,127
190,443
147,000
136,800
142,656
140,343
35,777
34.371



205,014
192,846
196,141
190,498
129,409
125.476
240,162
223,361
32,861
33,723


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

a s )


31.4
29.5
36.3
35.2
34.7
30.5
33.6
32.0
40.7
39.5
36.4
34.o
38.8
37.0
37.1
34:4
35.7
32.9
30.5
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Page 2 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


NOVEMBER 1944


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

FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 1944 AND 1943 FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER, 1944 AND 1943
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Percent Percent
Mile. Freight Passenger a Net Oper- inte- trans- Freight Paseenger Net Ope re- minte- rce-n
of road ep 1 railway eating nance portation Region, road,.and year Averager Dieprlt railway ne potaon
opPeted ll opel- ratio expenses expenses iles a n l- pe rati expenses expense
at close Total ai nte- in Total ating (per- of oper- of oper- of road Per- Per- Total malnte eluded Total atng r(per of opr- ofper
orf month Aount :t Amount ant nano* Inre- Inc.me cent)) tln ina operated oen. ve (nt n pre-o:' i Total ang ( of p
of month Amount cent Amount n ane odingoperated Amount cent Amount oent nance in pre- income cent) eating sting
aorse orease olun revenues revenues In- odin eenu
orease orense oelum, 6 rVenues revenue,
(a) (( d)(o> ) d (e) W) (1) 1h) (1) (.( )(Im ) 1n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) () (v) (i) (I) (C) (sa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)' (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region;
,,072 ,.760 3.5 $3083 6.4 l 3 2 6 436 .~o 9 J 33 944 Chicago & North Western.n ......................... 1944 8,085,61 14,6O 2 ._ 3,5 12.0 ,153.74o ,47,926 ,10,519 ,107,41o 21,728 69.9 31.2 33,1
8,100 9,429 2.89137 15 4 7 SO 92 4229 65. 9 2.30.9 1943 1943 8,100 105:87 30,67' 150,168 a14709 9,437 93,31 6 36,978 62.2 27.8 29.8
1,500 2,143 d7 187 d 27.8 257 6914 1:J7 252 69.4 27.4 36.9 1944 Chicago Great Western .......................... 194 1,500 3,031 d 12 ,6 .5 27,815 7,6811 94 19,379 2856 6. 27.6 36.6
1,500 2,305 259 771 6 84 1856 335 67.0 23.2 38.4 1943 1943 1,500 23,30b 2,597 27,812 61611 917 17.093 3,513 61.5 23.8 32.7
,7 14,328 d 2,72 .4 18,914 6,24 1,106 3,o1345 26 7.1 3. 33 0 1944 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paml & Pacific # ....... 1944 10,727 17,375 d 1.4 30,98 9.3 208,03 67,5, 1,7 146,5314 29912 70.4 32.5 3.8
10 15,09 271 1508 4, 900 12,168 510 6. 25.1 32. 193 193 3 9555 ,7 873364 205.791 543,4 9: 122.510 5 ,19 5.5 25. 9.1
1,617 1,709 d 4.7 336 d .__8 2,236 5 117 1,558 410 69.7 23.0 194 Chicago, Paul, Minneapolis & Oah ......... 1 18,734 d 4.3 4029 9. 21,94 44 1,01 18,872 02 2
1,617 1.793 339 2,314 627 115 1,7 371 69.9 27.1 37.8 1943 143 1:623 19,578 3:697 25,028 6:49 1:276 17,353 4; 9:3 27 .1
547 1,9114 d 38.4 4 d 1.3 2,200 897 352 1,471 380 66.9 40.8 27.2 1944 Duluth, Missabe a Irn Rang ................... 194* 546 34,783 d 1.6 62 34.o 4o,33 10,296 3,809 18,743 11 694 :46.5 25. 5
543 3,107 5 3,570 825 277 2,0o3 531 57.2 23.1 32.9 1943 1943 535,34,1 -46 ,o1 'l4 9365 2:810 17,394 8,777 42.4 2J8
30 1076 1995 1730 445 134 12,610 51 72.9 37.3 30.7 1943 1943 8,19 4 1 5029 16,731 181,155 57,858 1,356 110,b18 25,675 61.1 31.9 24.8
,277 3,353 d 10.4 243 d 2.4 3,893 1,262 250 3,000 39 7.1 32.14 39.3 1944 Minneapolis, St. Paul & SAeult te. Martie ....... 194 4,277 42,357 10.5 2,813 7.1 48,412 15.210 2761 34,781 8,426 71.8 31.14 35.8
4,277 3,741 249 4,277 1,157 252 2,797 1,104 65.4 27.0 34.2 1943 1143 14277 38,349 2,628 143991 13,053 2,847 30,152 9,278 68.5 29.7 34.3
: O11,0 2 15i8 1 2 1j,57 '368 4,62 1 ,151 439 7.6 33194 ort Pacific .................................. 19 6,867 111,040 3.0 20762 27.6 143,592 .47,44o 11, 97,69 21,643 68.o 33.0 29.2
88 11,021 2158 1.572 4,o6 9753Central Western Region: 19143 6,868 107,826 16,266 135,336 663 9,9 8901 31,947 62.7 30.1 27.2
959 2,118 8.3 727 615. 3188 847 79 2,161 145 67.8 26.6 35.1 1944 Alton i#........ ............................ -1944 959 22,630 8,654 9.2 34,883 9,748 774 23,198 3,962 66.5 27.9 32.2
959 1,955 859 3,155 74 55 1,931 213 61.2 23.8 31.6 1943 1943 959 22,743 7,927 34,077 ,204 605 20,221 3,522 59.3 24.1 29.5
13,092 35,412 19.2 9,258 3.0 47,904 12,386 2,955 27,592 7,668 5.6 25.9 29.0 19144 Atchison, Topeka S Banta re F / .. 144 13,1o4 3485199 15.0 103,598 9.7 485.034 132,633 29,55 275,359 54,375 56.8 27.3
13,148 29,713 8,990 41,752 10,631 2,:263 22,550 7,257 54.0 25.5 25.6 1943 1143 13,151 302:766 9410 32 426,670 110,878 25:361 232,719 59,410 54.5 26.0
,9s8 16,512 13.9 3,119 9.2 21,131 I 7 1208 12,93 2,431 57.2 27.1 2.7 191414 Chago. Burlington & Quinoy ................... 1944 8.990 165,517 9.1 36,702 23.7 220,59 67,698 11,667 133,410 24,956 60.5 30.7
9,024 14,503 3,436 19,605 4,962 891 10,957 1,094 55.9 25.3 26.5 143 1943 9,030 151.721 29679 198420 4921 9,721 107.213 36,171 54. 25.1
751 11491 19.5 3.2 d 1.0 16279 1,561 10 1,14 1 47 62.1 28.0 283 194 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific # ............... 1944 7,751 120,765 6.5 4o,912 12.5 174,797 46,361 7,961 106,176 25530 60.7 26.5 28.3
7,751 9,619 3,772 14,554 3,870 644 8,776 2,858 b60.3 26.6 27.8 1943 1943 7,757 113,365 36,370 161,855 38,401 7,037 92,509 37,631 57.2 23.7 27.7
2'4 '0 9.7 7 d t 19.1 873 6 1 Denver A Ri o Grands western ................... 44 292 52.371 d .6 1.9 64:218 20,711 4,732 43,2 12,673 67.3 32.3 2
5 563 723 5.620 2,125 311 4, 519 82.6 37.8 38.1 1943 = 3 2;95 52.693 80 58 64:274 16.395 3,100 37:768 15,201 5.8 25.8.
,2:27 229 86 o, 112, 2,159 2,118 736 31.7 34.9 194 Southern Pacific Coopnny k/ .................... 1944 8,262 319,398 5.8 97,628 10.6 453,535. 1 o,903 23,350 314,1476 36.oo1 69.3 31.5 31.2
28,891 8,655 10,560 12,269 2,15 2u,670 3.485 5.3 30.0 29.3 1943 1914 5 3 301,581 88257 1425,05 117,357 2033 262,189 53,401 61.7 27.6 25.0
9,782 33,369 3.5 7,2815 d 2.2 143,985 11,358 1631 25,538 3,093 58.1 25.8 26.9 1944 Union Paoific .................................. 1944 9,782 339,775 5.1 584,79 6.1 458,702 136,945 18,1045 288,235 34,20o5 62.8 29.9 .
9,798 32.254 7,:450 43,0o! 14,4o2 1,667 30,587 2,422 71.1 33.5 31.8 91143 3 9,819 323,247 79:428 435:.048 134,194 16:377 271,882 37,887 62.5 30.8 .
3,253 5.52 d4.6 1,126 d 11.6 7,06 2,72 175 4.33 1,561 69.0 353 2.5 194 MIissourl-Kansme-Texas Lines..................... 1944 3,262 58.413 9.6 12,699 d 1.3 76,623 26.379 1.924 52,321 6,905 68.3 34.14 28.6
3.293 5,611 1,2714 7.397 1,734 176 3,972 1.531 53.7 23.4 25.7 1943 1943 3:293 53.310 12,872 71,311 24,676 1:943 48,91 9,127 68.o 34.6 2.2
7097 15149 d 2. 3542 d 6. 2 0,197 5,249 906 11,503 2,646 57.0 26.0 26.6 1944 Missouri Pacific ............................. 1944 7,09 160,825 1.0 39 ,921 16.7 215,791 54727 9,697 123,540 31,400 57.2 25.14
7,095 15.507 3,766 20,548 5,236 790 11,362 2,676 55.3 25.5 25.9 1943 1943 7,096 159,301 3 :211 206,773 4:74 8,025 112,:369 36:,423 54.3 23.6 .
1,814 14216 10.5 1,5 jU5 d 6,32;4 1,25 1 3 562 59.9 28.9 25.1 194 Texas A Pacific............................... 1944 1,884 47,680 19.7 19,394 5.1 73,235 20,508 2,008 42,078 6,162 575 28.0 23.6
1,8814 3,814 1,684 6,179 1,522 180 3, 787 58.5 29.5 23.2 1943 1943 1,890 39834 1,461 4,65 17,976 1982 36974 564 57.7 28.1 3.7
4466 75346 5.3 1,879 3.9 9.982 2,965 4867 608 1,760 662 297 31 19144 St. Louls-Ban Francisco #..................... 1944 4,650 76,597 9.0 22,309 6.9 106451 33,380 5,237 7,757 15,897 68.3 31.14 31.7
4,665 6,780 1,808 9,245 3,090 426 6,848 1,389 74.1 33.4 34. 1943 193 143 4,667 70,291 20,875 97,951 28:594 4,589 64,643 20,577 66.o 29.2 31.5
159 244 l 42 36 143.5 288 70 4 201 25 69.7 24.3 38.0 1944 St. Louis-Bn Franocisco & Texas ................ 1944 159 3.75 11.8 315 25.7 3,577 768 44 2,104 367 58.8 21.5 31.6
159 425 15 446 75 4 201 123 45. 16.8 24.3 193 1943 159 3600 250 3,931 698 4 1,917 975 8.8 17.7 26.
943;9i250931518 41 1.916.5 217.0L 160'
1,6o7 5,906 12.5 28 d 3. b 1.0 11 2,613 5 1.. 41.2 16.5 21.0 1944 1 t. Loui1. ,outh5 Ln ................. 1944 ,:6o7 60862 13. 802 11.2 66.,2 13042 1,771 30,394 952 4.9 19.7 22.3
1607 523 4 5,69 972 143 2634 2 46.5 17.1 1943 1943 l 53670 341 58,189986 1,557 26,111 ,1 4 .6 17.1 23.5
3344 8,760 .3 2, d 3. 11,1459 2,7142 33 6,278 1 52 515 23.9 26.4 1944 Texas Nw Orl.ans............................1. 1 4,338 90,311 25,958 11.3 123,19 31.071 3.579 68,667 11,892 55.8 25.2 25.
4,341 ,739 2,125 11,482 2,558 363 5818 1,680 50.7 22.3 243 1943 1943 14341 91124 2332 121,147 25,600 390 59,685 23080 9.3 11 23.91
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* percent increase coaputed on units of dollars.
Includes amortilatlon of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
SInoludes Atohaison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado A Santa Fe and Panhandle A Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Decrease or deficit.


U.S.GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 1945-0-597251




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