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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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
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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BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE S'
U.S. DEPCOTOY I


Statement No. M-150
DECEMBER 1944


TEAM RAILWAYS


FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1944 AND 1943 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER, 1944 AND 1943
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Freight Passenger i Percent Pe hPercent Percent
of road Depreoi- Net Oper- mainte- Pteans- Average Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans-
operated ation in- railway ating nance portationo tes Depreci- railway pr l nte- terns-
at close Per- Per- All cluded oper- ratio expenses expenses Region, road, and year .ation in-
operat Per-ats- on in pre- railwa e ating nace- rtaio n e of road Per- Per- .otalnAsl eluded oper- ratio epn o epene
of month Amount e Amount cent Total maint- in pre- Total eating (per- ofoper- of oper- operated cent cent otalmainte- in prel Total sting er- oe
o in- in- Anoe ceding ceentAmountnn)oain-inncebatn income cent) eating eating
crease crease column 0 revenues revenues crease crease column revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) i (f) h() (h) (1() )(-) () ()1) (() )(n) (o) () () (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (*) (), (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (money items in thousands of dollars)*
19,788 500,325 d 2.7 6,150 d 3.6 $686,65 22,667 62 56,147 82 7 32 --Roadslistedherein................. 19 19,96 6,297,222 32 1,666,252 8.5 565203 $2 9,057 68,25,720,66977,798 66.
199,228 913,92 111:1,225 709:3 261,909 39 1 515,297 53,420 R76. 9336.9 3.1 1913 1943 199,339 6,102,363 1,535,031 8,212,562 2,317,121 419,507 5,152,674 1,203,5998 62.7 28.2 299
1,789 4,770 d 1,609 17.4 6,971 3,241 46 6,309 1 6.5 392 1944 Boston & Maine .n:.........................194 1 60,26 9 195 27 2 4
1,819 4,v34 1,371 6:951 1,977 311 4,972 283 90.5 39.2 1943.19 1,8156.9953 2 8,3 ,05 65,506 10,o94 75.0 34.1 36.5
7 5 9 9 1943 1,822 59.695 19,016 89,326 26,257 3,695 66,566 11,877 70.2 30.4 35.5
1,838 7,152 6,852 11.2 14,981 256 8 10,65 89 71.1 28. 6. 1944 ew York, ew Haven & Hartford ........194 1,838 92738 d 1.5 75,816 5.7 182,3 51,11 8,688 125,206 20,146 68.6 28.0 3.8
1G838 7,13 15,079 6,3 630 13, d 0 91.6 3 1 great Lakes Region: 1943 1,838 94,196 71,710 179, 5,978 7,732 112,239 30,792 62.5 25.6 31.6
I4: m : I *: 1 8 37. : : Lehi &Hudson ....................... 1 7.2 1 1 6 .
8s46 355 1.2 222 39.9 3,870 1,N97 352 3,220 167 181.237.7 19144 Delaware & Hudson ......*..* ..*9**1317.34,
88 ,l3 13,73 : 7 1,o 7 3,270 34 3 191943 848 -447382:. 150. 17,005 3,933 34,553 11,132 71.8 35. 32.5
97 5012 d 2.1 9 .4 6 1,70 376 4893 7 7 26 44.4 1944 Delaware, Lackaana & Western ..........1944 973 6 70 11120 d 1.1 79029 20,99 56,927 6,4 720 266
973 1,1 22.7 39.8 1943 193 977 62774 11,247 81,380 20,228 ,38856,rn 9 11,181 68.8 2.9 39.5
S 1703 d 11.5 1,68 117 1 9220 80.2 30.8 3.6 19 Erie ... ................................ 1944 2,244 133,2d2.9 13,65 20.2 156,721 43,06 7,373 1 122 1632 69.6 27.5 3



95 49 11 4 it :1 G nuln W1bie stOi ..............1........... .
026 2315 d 1.7 3 7.9 4 956 1 36 53 2.9 35 444 1944 Grand Trunk Western .....................1944 1,026 28 .9 35,5 11,71 1,82 2,1 ,38 77.3 33.0 3
1,026 2,847361 3,43 902 142 2,247 755 64.7 26.0 34.7 1943 1943 1,026 29,689 3,530 35,:29 10,228 1,809 24,921 0,712 70.3 28.9
1,260 6,082 d .6 742 .9 7,118 2,319 5,763 d 442 80.3 32. 42.8 1944 Lehigh Valley ...........................1944 1260 83,728 7.2 8,53 14.9 97,465 30,180 6,630 0,83 7,828 2.7 1. 37.6
1,260 6,117 735 7,265 2,00 438 5395 I1 74-.3 28.4 41.6 1943 1943 1,260 78,123 7,428 91,025 25,538 5,301 61,161 13,478 67.2 28.1 35.0
107746 34,709 d 11.o 12,181 d 13.7 51,834 21,514 4 ,9 50,530 4 252 97.5 41.5 4.0 1944 New York Central a/..................... 1944 10,76 468,28a4 d 2.6 180,965 11.2 714,963 233,724 41,031 531,8O 65,75 7.4 32.7 36.6
10747 38,980 I4,1i2 57,903 20,700 3,759 45,292 8,085 78.2 35.7 37.3 194 1943 10,782 48 ,666 162,018 706,125 210,326 38,025 77,337 8,52 67.6 29.8 33.2
1,687 7,755 3.0 292 d 6.6 8,193 2446 5 5,09 848 66.0 29.9 31.6 1944 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ...........1944 1,688 9,921 d 1.1 4,661 37.4 1o0459 25,664 5,636 60,619 11 ,2Z1 60.3 25.5 30.6
1,688 7,526 313 7,991 2:246 39 5,83 713 73.1 28.1 38.8 1943 1943 1,688 9,975 3,392 100,094 21,786 ,791 54,586 13,265 54.5 21.8 28.8
1,9459 702 d 10.9 276 d 3.1 4,131 1,618 376 6o 356 87.3 39.2 42.9 1944 Pere Marquette. .......................... 1944 1,962 45,772 1.9 3921 6.4 6 4,226 4,220 5 7 3.
2229 2,059 d 16.0 14 40.9 2,293 1,248 394 2,363 229 103. 4.4 4 1.8 19:44 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie. .................. 1944 229 3167 d 1.7 1,370 4.4 34,318 15,263 4 0 28,471 5,217 .
2,;393 6,7188 9. 923 1.6 7,616 1,612 391 4 643 1,010 61.0 21.2 3:. 1944 Wabash .................................. 1944 2,393 78,126 d 2.0 10,34 3.2 94,701 23,657 4 ,273 58,24 9,277 61.5 25.0 31.1
2,393 6,576 909 7,971 1,808 375 4:200 999 52.7 22,7 2 1943 1943 2,393 80,068 10,o 00 95,521 21,303 3,675 54,356 11,778 56.9 22. 29.3
6141 23,649 d .4 4,356 12.9 29802 13,300 2,221 27,506 1,218 92.R 44.6 1.6 1944 Baltimore & Ohio ........................1944 6,144 15,419 5.3 51,308 29.1 37,193 136820 17,647 287,069 41,64 74. 35.3 33.8
6:144 23,733 3,857 29:226 16,023 1,262 31,354 d 107.3 54.8 43.4 1943 1943 6,119 299,637 39,755 358 ,1 2 116:963 14,937 250,58N 52,167 70.0 32,7 32.2
654 3,88 ".2 4 ,764 39o06 322 5,296 d 71, 6 in2 6.1 42.9 1944 Central of ow Jersey ................. 19 65 9,565 d 5 7,505 60,796 19,214 3,845 46 833 4,496 77.0 31.6 41.0
655 3:,59 2Z 4,755 2,109 324 4,475 94.1 .4 U 11 5.6 1943 1943 657 51,388 ,025 62,975 18,511 3,718 6:161 5,191 73.3 29. 11.3
912 1,690 d 19.0 636 .4 2,565 726 84 2,010 228 78.4 28. 40.2 1944 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ...............1944 912 23,674 1.6 7,587 15.8 34,110 9,552 923,8482,930 60 35.5
912 2,L0 634 2,967 1,082 81 2655 d 124 89.5 364 4 3.6 1943 1943 912 23,303 6,554 32,635 8, 399 9 21,125 3,397 N. 7. 9
9392 2,;'697 8 3,064 1,03648 6 : 2'20 18 72.1 3.9 4:3 19 1 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern.................... 1944 2 30,24 70- 34,926 1 9 5,9 25,757 3,15 7 3: 352
392 2,481 2,853 1,368 436 3,111291 19.6 .097 1943 1943 392 28,264 32,850 12,045 5,607 25,086 1,9477 35.
376 1,095 9.9 2,079 5.9 3,336 939 179 2,721 29 81.6 28.1 49.7 1944 Long Island-..............................1944 376 14,330 6.5 28,461 2.9 44,948 13,220 2,181 33,793 2,814 75.2 29.4 43.6
376 9961,963,110 923 183 2,581 s ld 79 83.0 29.7 51.2 1943 1913 378 13,456 27:649 42:978 12,253 2:174 30,906 3,736 71.9 28.5 41.1
10,115 629 22577 d 1.9 7,098 22,67 395 604 03 77.4 29.91 4. 1944 Pennsylvania ............................ 1944 10,8 674,395 2.4 26o,805 6.2 1,010,016 303,364 47,626 6,319 10 92 2.9 30.0 382
1 4923,01583,986 24,473 3 91 58,89 9076 7091 29.1 361 1943 1943 10,169 658,767 245,537 979,773 272,099 43,5134 663,511 12754 67 7.8
1,17 8,051 9 9,438 ,035 681 97,83 3 83: 8o 42.7 36.5 Reading..................................,1944 1,107 100,191 1.8 10,32 3.6 115,79439,275 7,53 82,691 13,372 1.4 3 3.
1,:17 8,001 O25oo9,338 2,577 576 5,2713 ntaRegion:1943 1:,1s 98,387 10,068 113,785 33,53366 5 73,679 17,925 64.8 295 32.4
3,076 12,882 d 17.41 1,928 2.6 15,4o9 6,366 2,134 12,252 2,090 79.5 41.3 31.9 1944 Chesapeake & Ohio........................ 1944 3,074 18,877 3.2 23,57 8.5 216,536 69,503 19,119 136867 32.813 63.2 32.1 26.6
3,073 15,597 1,879 18,070 6,958 1:336 13,733 2,946 76.0 38.5 31.2 1943 1913 3,085 179,128 21,69 208,513 57,088 15,618 115.045 37,216 55.2 27.4 23.5
2,154 10,807 d 6.3 1,56 .1 12,529 3,551 1,229 ,246 2,26Z Z7. 28.2 24.9 1944 Norfolk & Western........................ 1944 2,154 137,571 6.0 17,199 8.9 159,599 ,594 14,412 89,71j 2Z,944 56.2
2:154 11,525, 13,3 5 3,250 1,259 109 2,99 7.7 2.3 20.0 19431Southern Region:194 2,155 129,784 15,795 150,165 o 65,725 13344 8,39 2 909 56.2 29.8 22.4
4,935 8,3J7 d ],792 1.6 13,290 4,219 834 9,223 1,688 69.4 31. 33:2 1944 Atlantic Coast Line...................... 194 4 4960 1006jo d 1.9 4-?54 7.5 155,46 O,150 9 93,834 13,672 60.2 2 .7 29.9
1,816 2,189 d .1 736 d 64.9 ,211 927 248 2,.16 498 9 752 28.9 39. 1944 Central of Georgia # .....................1944 1,816 26,818 .9 8,734 d 38,988 11,286 2,556 28,094 6,397 72.1 28.9 36.6
1,816 2,191 2,1004,559 799 147 2,129 d 46.7 17.5 24.8 1943 1943 1:816 26,570 9,320 38,930 8,969 1,789 23,180 7:,3 59.5 23.0 30.5
1,950 2,813 .2 231 2.4 3,152 1,236 179 2,368 368 75.1 92 28.4 1944 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio...................... 1944 1,963 33,777 d .8 2,746 1.7 37,737 13,093 2,071 25,952 4,625 68.8 34. 27.6
1,973 2,808 226 3,138 1:44 162 3,111 1,372 99.1 U,3 40.1 1943 1943 1,972 34,039 2,701 37,859 11,877 1,925 24,720 5,919 65.3 31.4 27.2
4,823 14.2341 9 2,997 d 9.6 18,260 5,285 1,o16 11,673 2,144 63.: 9 2.9 30.3 1944 Illinois Central......................... 1944 4,823 172,062 3.0 37,281 9.9 223,274 1,569 13,292 144,336 24,627 64.6 32.1 28,1
4,823 15,783 3,314 2o,164 5,304 999 10,lb9 4,300 50.4 26.3 19.7 1943 1913 1,826 166,995 33,917 213,010 69,382 12,971 137,145 33,867 64.4 32.6 27.4
4 752 13,038 4.1 4,000 d 5.6 18,639 4.745 1,033 11,314 d (60.7 25.5.30.6 1944 Louisville & Nashville................... 1944 4,746 155,690 2.7 46,352 1.2 214,780 58,700 12,17 131,883 22,637 61.4 27.3 29.6
,:745 12,521 4:2328 18,301 4,546 96o 10,837 1,53 59.2 2 30.0 1943 1943 4,745 151,547 45,823 208,799 51,15 1l1,111 118,152 25,513 56.6 25 27.9
,173 74 3,572 618 8,55 1,6 71,8 3 0.3 5.1 1944 Seaboard Air Line #................. 1944 4,174 88,907 .6 42,647 6.6 141,189 37,792 6631 88,939 22,3OO 63.0 06.8 30,0
4,178 7,566 3,442 11,782 5,3941 346 11,464 d 2,231 97. 5.8 42.1 1943 1943 4,179 88,381 39,996 137,258 33,681 1,785 80,824 28,7o1 58.9 24.5 28.3
,505 14.801 .3 4,652 d 8.9892: 20171 852 17,923 5 6.1 ,8 .32.9 19434 .outhern.. ................................. 1944 6,509 186,822 8.1 5,21 2.8 260979 ,1 5 1130 156911 33416 60.1 2. 287
1,524 2,352 o 22.9 3,137 883 95 2,087 22- 66,5 298.2 34,. 1944 Yazoo & Mississippi valley............... 1944 1,524 28,748 1. 5,:34 19.9 35,998 9,94.1 1,176 22,736 4,269 63.2 27.6 31.1
1:524 201149.~ 905 895 36 1,829 fi 202,1 98,9 86.1 1943 1943 1,5211 28,350 4,56 34,627 9,863 1,182 22,65 4,355 65.42853,


* Percent increase computed on units of dollar.
0 Includes amortization of Defense Projeots.
# Report of trustee or trustees.


H Report of receiver or receivers.
SInoludes Boton & Albany, Lessor to New York Central.
Deorease or deficit.







INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


DECEMBER 1944


FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1944 AND 1943
FOR-HE-ONT-OFDECMBE, 144 ND 943FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER, 1944 AND 1943
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
M Freight Passenger Percent Percent OFreigiht-PagenearOpeotti--e- passe
rg Deprecla- Net Oper- mainte- trans- Freight Passenger pPercent Percent
of road teonin- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year Average Depreci- ret Oper- mainte- trans-
operated All eluded n oper- ratio expense expenses miles action in- railway atng nan portaton
t e Amount ent A. nt Total aint- n Total sting (per- of per- of oper- of road o P- P T- luded oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month aount A-ount nane n Income oent) eating atlng operated ent ent Total mainte- Inluded Total sting (per- of oper- of oper-
crease crease column revenues revenues nane cedingncoe ent) atng atng
crease crease column i revenues revenues
(a) b) I (i (d) Ce) I f) I) () I (1) i ) Wk (I) (I ) (n) (o (p) (q) (r) (e) (t) (u) (v) (v) (x) ,() (y) (as
(Money items In thousands of dolars)tern(Money items in thousands of dollars)-
07 ,652 32.5 $3136 6.1 $13226 $177 $9 $1,52 $19 79.5 36. 37.0 194 Chicago & North Western ........................ 196 8,08 $113 30 $37 1 11.5 166,966 $52 $1,3 $17,931 $237 0.6
5,101 652,956 10,566 9,617 1,002- 16,619 3,514 153.2 55.7 55.9 19143 1963 8,101 1126 33,:14 161,016 51,326 10, 39 110,005 60792 65.3 31.9 31.5
1,500 11 11. 199 .3 2372 468 100 1, 2 72 68.5 19. 2.5 1946 Chicago Great Western............ .............. .. 1 1, 2. 2,810 d .1 30187 ,152 1,074 21,00 3,358 69.6 27.0 37.
1,50o 2,159217 2,620 561 68 1,T716 10 65.5 21.6 38.1 1963 1963 1,500 25,9 2,16 30,:432 7,172 1,001 18,809 3,723 61.8 23.6 33.1
10723 107 d 2.7 2 9.5 677 13 1 124 1051 2, 7 2. 1944 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific # ....... 194 10,727 171,449 15 33,856 9.3 226,710 ,907 12,131 160,6 3271 70 326 33
369 910 23 226d 1 121 1193 1963 10 761 174,019 31,010 2246515 67,511 10,360 145,736 50669 .9 30.1 30.2
1617 16 d 10. 361 .0 2,031 522 116 16 151 81.1 25.7 .2 19 Chicoago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha .........19 1617 20,212390 7. 26.972 7,566 11 20,520 354 76.
1617 1652 376 2,26 1,375 92 236 d 702 126.3 61.2 57 1931963 1,622 21.230 ,076 27,273 5,223 1,368 20,190 3,899 74.0 30.2 38.6
546 23 d67.7 179 619.3 119.2 Duluth, Misabe & Iron Range ................... 19 46 3,996 69 32.2 ,600 11,37 ,153 20,212 9,335 9. 2.0 20.2
5 66772 1,798 512 2,655 7511 3661 233.0 90.58 1963 1963 545 36,001 52 61,785 ll,l3 3,622 2O,0:49 9,531 6.0 26.7 19.7
,3761 d 20.7 205 d 3.82 15s 1 1 11,019 32 69.0 30.0 19 Great Northern ................................. 372 171,957 3 20,16 10. 207,652 1,906 132,595 32,969 63.9 3.0 27.1
16,139 2,122 19a9 1,353 12,153 2,555 62.6 325.3 1963 1963 5,210 166,:29 18,855 200,573 66,167 15,709 122,772 25,563 61.2 32.0 26.5
4276 307 d1.0 262 .9 67 1370 250 5 10 193 inneapolSt. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie....... ....19344 277 2,113 7.9 3,0,45 7.2 259 752 3, 0012 35010 5,32 73.0 31 36.5
63d7 72. 22,9 5 92,256 15,37 9 3,9 1.75 10,5oo, 393 .7 672.1 3.
67 926 229 209 16.7 12,3791 1 10,009 1 0 3.7 36 19 Northern Pacific ...............................1 667 120,30 2255 21.7 155,97 52,231 12,607 107,61 69.0
6:,67 1n2,0 2,512p 16,195- 3,255 969 7,235o6,76 6.7 20.1 20.6 1963t 1963 6,:86 119,563 18,751 151,532 03,915 10,953 92,136 36 3 6.8 9.03 26.5
959 2,137 7.7 504 1.5 3.373 906 99 2 ,25 9 9 66.6 26.9 33 2 1966 Alton # ............16 95 2.9.2 9 85 35,256 10, 73 25,444 161 66.5 2 323
959 1,93792 3,100 1,216 57 2:95 2 1 95.3 39.2 7:6 193 -1on.99 226.. 7937.1...... 7 ,901 662 23,175 375 2 62.3
13,092 30,962_.:35 d 5.7 o6 13.450 3.122 2833 :50 65 31.2 316 .7 0 196 Topeka & Banta Fe /.................1 13,103 3791 13.6 1123 5.3 01 16 2 3 303 60,
13,17 31,072 9372 0 9 10,992 2,76 23 7 3 053 2 7 26............13151 333 10380 71,1192 121,869 2,08 256658 25.9 25.7
95 16,36 3.7 21 6.0 120,066 6,268 2,0 12 12,4 7,1 62.1 31.3 27.6 196 Chicoago, Burlington & Quinoy ......................19 5,989 15,6549 .6 0,161 21.9 26o,637 73,966 13,762 145,54 32,075 60.6 25.6
92 2326519532 521363.7 2 3 1963 19 3 9,030 166,123 32,926 217,952 5 ,031 10,997 123,559 35,762 56.7 6 256
7 750 1076 3 1.7 9:70 35739 626 5 22.9 30.7 19 Chioago, Rock Island & Pacific #...............19 7,751 131,52 6.7 6 499 11.2 190 rO 9,935 ,713 115, 78 26,080 60.6 6.2 2.
799 9 17 5,519 65 12, .. 37.3 35.5 1963 1963 7,756 123,266 60,019 176,665 63,920 7,695 106,975 36,795 59,6 26.9 25.6
652,336735,357-638570310,55500,5635.5329.9
664.0 42 6,2 6,129 4o446,6 6,556 62 115 1069 72.2 25, 19644 Denver & Rio Grande Western#...................19" :91 57:6 66 2.2 70,9 2,29,3,6517 47701.515 8
13'9990a95,92 5,36,233i= 139.1 95. 3.,1329 22,229 31571 4 02 12,051 1'7 29.0
85267 27.1 4 5,332 i 21.2 o3166 13,29:6 2,090 36 3,7661 3,23 576. 31 36.1 196 Southern Pacific Company _k/....................1 5,0261 3 37,02 5.9 105,954 7.2 6593,681 1,516 25,261 365.11 39,626 69 31.6 31.6
5,263 26,65510506,0 1595.631 96 309 3253359853767,036 22,646 300,665 52,737 69.6 25,5
9,751 36 9.1 7,293 d .3 67889 11,676 1,662 26,725 2,321 55.5 2.6 26.6 1966 union Pacific ..................................1966 9,782 377.263 5.5 9,572 5.6 506,591 14,622 19,707 314,960 36,526 62.2 9.3 22
9,782 34,366 7,315 65,226 1 ,00o 1:696 25,193 3,319 62.3 31.0 26.6 1963 193 9,816 357,591 56,702 50,275 1----9-- 1-,071 300,O75 41,206 62.5 -0.92
3,253 5,665 d .5 1,219 6 2.7 7,399 3,927 176 6,693 2,564 87.5 53.1 28.7 19144 Mieoo2ri-a1s9ea-TexasLines .....................19 3,261 6,057 5.2 13,915 1.5 56,022 302, 5 1 9,669 70.0
3,293 5,9051,253 7,714 6,019 175 7,066 100 91.3 52.1 32.. 196319 3,293 59,215 1-,9126 79,025 285,695 2,118 55,531 9,227 70.3 36.3 25.6
925.352 79 11,767 419 56.0 25.5 265 1963 1963 7,096 17 1 .1 73.890 1 2. 3 5,099 5,519 126,135 36:,570. 5715 23.5 26
783 a,69 5168555.6226,7791,7T1535.5 25.2 c.19 Pni ..................................1963 1,55 .52,100 15.5 21,052 6.15. 75,003 22,263 2,190 65,921 ,677 57 27.5 23.5
,667 6,555 7.o 01,982 1.9 931 2 50 612919 1,9144 172.6 631.6 35.6 196 St,. Louis-San Francisco .......................1 451 15 36,372 717 7,676 ,17336 6.7

159 26 ,_ 22 6 1 159 1 691 20,6 37.8 1966 St. Louis-Ban Francisco Texas...................196 1 3,631 616 3 22.3 3,66 528 4 2,293 367 21. 32
159 W25 63 72 6 205 123 .2 16.2 25.7 1963 196O 159145 2,1 1,095 : 176 26.0

165635.890 ,38 15 3,75 529.7 194361963 1,612 55, 65 3,575 6 ,}79 11 ,6 1,702 29,9 10,677
4:3 ,290 2.3 2 507 2o.6 11,4 331 7,12k 1 62.4 L9:3 28.1 1966 Texas ... NR,,Orl.n, ....9........ 198,601 d 6 2,46 12.0 136,562 36.621 50 12.
42208N 4,02860 89 17 .1963 630.1 99,229 25,26g 132:11 3,022246 52,502 51.9 2 6 26.
SPeroent increase computed on.units of dollars.


Inoludes amortlsation of Defense Projeots.
Report of trustee or trustees.
Includes Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
/Inolude returns for Southern Paoifis Steamship Lines.
- Deorease or deficit.


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