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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 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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Title from caption.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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LU.S DEEPITORY


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1945 AND 1944 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1945 AND 1944
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
ile Freight Passenger Depreci- Net Oper- mailte- trans- Average Freight Passenger Depreci- away a man p n
of road er- nation n- railway ating nce portation Region, road, and year miles All ationn- oper- ratio expenses epenes
operatedPe1 eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses of road Per- Per-eluded ating (per- of oper of oper-
at C eB e t e Total maint- n p total of oper of ope- operated Am t t Total paint in Totalincome cent) ating ating
of month Amount is Amount in- nence ceding income cent) ating ating in- onin- nance Ceding revenue
create crease column n revenues revenues crease crease column c
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a)l (f) ( (h ) (1) J) (k) (1) (m) (c .n) toL2(o ( ) (q) (r) (e) l (t(u)(v) (w) x)(y))Caa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)-
198,873 *480,708 d 3. 116931 7.$4 644,260 $201,532 $42,589 $44,809 $64,189 70.6 31-3 34.1 194 Total--Roade listed herein ................. 1945 198,879 $981,19 d 0.7 246,860 3.8 1,324,027 414,195 $84,771 937,489 $128,137 70.8 31.3 34.3
199,190 495,876 126,315 666,609 196,540 37,120 4,11 76,665 67.3 29.5 32.8 1944 1944 199,198 987,945 256,623 1,337,291 395,702 73,139 908,162 151,257 67.9 29.6 33-3
New England Region:
1,789 4,531 d 3.4 1,542 d .1 6,641 2,456 425 5,449 382 82.1 37.0 399 1945 Boston & Maine .......................... 1945 1,789 9,138 d 2.2 3,009 d 0.9 13,313 5,70 850 11,206 525 84.2 38.1 40.9
1,819 4,689 1,544 -- 6,795 2,394 312 5,334 579 78.5 35.2 38.6 1944 1944 1,819 9,339 3,037 13,627 4,791 625 10,875 1,043 79.8 35.2 4o.o
1,838 6,770 d 11.4 5,467 1.2 13,309 3,926 905 10,036 890 75.4 29.5 39.3 194 New York, New Haven & Hartford # ........ 1945 1,838 13785 d 10.0 11,200 2.4 27197 7,999 1,00 20,480 2,043 753 29.4 39.3
1,838 7,644 5,403 14,o6l 3,883 663 9,858 1,655 70.1 27 36.5 19G44 1944 1,838 15,320 10,943 28,515 7,782 1,325 20,065 3,399 70.4 27.3 37.0
Great Lakee Region:
846 3,289 d 12.6 184 13.3 3,571 1,456 361 3,093 239 86.6 40.8 41.3 1945 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 1945 846 6,952 d12.1 35 1. 7,494 3,074 723 6,370 548 85.0 41.0 39.5
848 3:762 162 4,009 1,389 341 2,991 782 74.6 34.6 35.9 19 1944 848 7,911 362 8,463 2,813 683 6,072 1,946 71.8 33.2
973 4,100 d 14.2 813 1.5 5,423 1,34 409 4,64 3 87.9 32.0 5.4 1945 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western .......... 194 973 8,249 d 15.3 1,700 3.0 11,041 3,583 803 9,853 d 1 89.2 32.5
973 4779 --00 6,113 1, 366 4,b95 601 76.8 26.9 45.0 1944 1944 973 9,738 1,650 12,546 3,318 733 9,583 I 76.4 26.4 5.1
2,243 9,713 d 15.7 928 d 13.0 11,341 3,285 696 8,979 914 79.2 29.0 44.3 1945 Erie ....................................1945 2,243 19,854 d 12.7 1,901 d 1.2 23,202 6,835 1,392 18,435 1,719 9.5 29.4 44.1
2244 11,523 1,066 13,270 3,225 608 8,87 1,435 6.8 24.3 37.6 194 194 2,244 22,754 1,924 -- 26,174 6,638 1,214 18,021 2,670 8.8 25.4 38.5
1,026 2,414 .8 306 d 3.8 2,920 981 155 2,307 410 79.0 33.8 40.3 194.5 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 1945 1,026 4,959 .2 634 6.4 5,971 1,988 310 4,665 857 78.1 33.3 4o.o
1,026 2,396 318 2,887 934 148 2,210 458 76.6 32.3 39.1 1944 1944 1026 4,950 596 5,888 1,875 300 4,423 949 75.1 31-9 38.3
1,260 5,427 d 20.5 550 16.3 6,396 2,499 570 5,889 d 423 92.1 39.1 47.6 1945 Lehigh valley ...........................1945 1,260 10,741 d 18.6 1,174 d 10.4 12,849 4,772 1,128 11,702 d 700 91.1 37.1 48.4
1,260 6,825 657 7,921 2,244 505 5,650 -_- 3 71.3 28.3 38.9 1944 1944 1,260 13,197 1,311 15,347 4,551 1,o4o 11,399 137 74.3 29.7 44.3
10,749 33,249 13.7 11,465 d 13.2 49,984 18,079 3,650 41,887 2,466 83.8 36.2 41.9 1945 New York Central a/ ..................... 1945 10,749 68,069 d 10.9 24,945 d 7.1103,4o 37,193 7,199 86,366 4,932 83. 36.0 41.8
10,746 38,506 13,214 56,323 18,328 3,468 42,789 4,925 76.0 32.5 38.0 1944 1944 10,746 76,416 26,858 113,965 37,238 6,541 86,559 9,810 76.0 32.7 38.0
1,687 7,353 d 4.9 234 d 5.1 7,733 2,191 556 4,991 1,083 64.5 28.3 31.7 1945 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ........... 1945 1,687 14,686 d 4.3 570 d 30.5 15,59 4,521 1,113 10,300 2,420 66.2 29.1 32.5
1,688 7,733 522 8,398 1,911 396 4,885 954 58.2 22.8 31.4 1944 1944 1,68 15,343 821 15,473 3,926 792 9,928 1,828 60.3 23.8 32.2
1,949 3,978 .4 236 d 13.9 4,366 1,553 376 3,452 651 79.1 35.6 37.9 1945 Pere Marquette .......................... 1945 1,949 7,970 .4 520 d 10. 8,804 3,176 751 7,020 1,070 79.7 36.1 38.1
1,979 3,962 274 4,405 1,521 325 3,378 428 76.7 34.5 36.2 1944 1944 1,979 7,938 583 8,899 3,007 650 6,773 738 76.1 33.8 36.7
229 2,072 d 19.0 97 2.5 2,270 1,147 350 2,191 261 96.5 50.5 39.1 1945 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................. 1945 229 ,353 d 16.3 212 9.1 4,76s 2,383 700 4,571 517 3.95.9 394
229 2,557 95 2,731 1,222 312 2,279 421 83.5 44.8 33.2 1944 1944 229 5,202 195 5,570 2,478 623 4,618 829 829 44.5 33.
2,393 6,485 1.1 827 d 1.0 7,759 1,835 385 4,604 859 59.3 23.6 3133 1945 Wabash .......................... 1945 2,393 12,834- 170 .2 15,423 3,76 766 9,637 1564 6224.4 33.
2:393 6417 836 7,712 1,766 307 4,507 762 58.4 22.9 30.5 1944 1944 2,393 12,834 70o4 15,398 3,604 6149,331 1,509 60o.6 23.4 31.9
Central Eastern Region:
6,134 24,295 5.7 3930 4.4 29,837 9,952 1,566 21,101 3,381 73.9 33.4 35.2 1945 Baltimore & Ohio ........................ 1945 6 135 48,610 4.2 8,323 13.2 560,258 o6,072 3,16 44,812 6,500 74.4 3.34 36.9
6,144 22,971 3,765 28,189 9,629 1,266 21,101 3,423 74.9 34.2 36.2 1944 19 6,144 46,672 7 354 57,4 19,643 2, 43,152 6,537 75.6 3 36.
654 3,735 d 7.6 558 d 4.1 4,567 1,323 34 3518 454 77.0 29.0 42.9 1945 Central of ew Jersey #................ 1945 654 7,414 d 7.0 1150 d .6 9,163 2,785 662 7,320 589 79.9 30.4 44.4
655 4,041 582 4,948 1,468 320 3,841 300 77.6 29.7 43.8 1944 1944 655 7:968 1,157 9,753 2,94 641 7,776 432 79.7 30.2 45.3
912 1,637 d 14.4 488 d 11.0 2,343 706 86 1,753 212 74.8 30.1 37.4 1945 Chicago & Eastern Illinoie .............. 194 912 3,428 d 1,060 d 8.1 4,950 1,521 172 3,754 415 75.8 30.7 37.9
912 1913 548 2,692 685 82 1,834 334 68.1 25.4 36.6 1944 1944 912 3:764 1,153 5,404 1,473 163 3,845 551 71.1 27.2 37.7
392 2,616 6.9 2,973 978 467 2,082 342 70.0 32.9 34.4 1945 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................. 1945 392 5,408 10.5 6147 1,983 935 4,276 811 69.6 32.3 34.6
392 2,446 2,783 1,011 448 2,109 272 75.8 36.3 36.6 1944 194 392 4,893 5,602 2,007 894 4,222 556 75.4 35.8 36.7
376 1,059 d 10.1 1,907 5.7 3,152 897 192 2,591 95 822 285 51.6 1945 Long Iland ................................. 1945 376 2,130 d 3.0 3,948 5.2 6,438 1,963 381 5,411 71 84.1 30. 51.2
376 1,177 -- 1,805 3129 1,074 182 2,750 d 100 87.9 34.3 50.3 1944 1944 376 2:196 3,753 6,274 2,153 364 5,491 d 173 87.5 34.3 50.5
10,115 49,951 8.7 18,922 d 4.7 74,738 21,984 4,078 59,477 6,023 79.6 29.4 45.2 1945 Pennsylvania ............................. 1945 10,115 98,306 d 8.6 40,632 d .6 151,021 46,903 8,203 123,027 9,396 81.5 31.1 45.3
10,101 54,694 19,859 79,935 23,887 3,777 60,211 9,236 75.3 29.9 4o.5 1944 1944 10,106 107,498 40,893 159,469 48,153 7,611 121,659 16,967 76.3 30.2 41.2
1,361 7,730 d 8.1 868 11.0 9,010 2,931 747 6,497 992 72.1 32.5 36.6 1945 Reading ................................. 1945 1,367 15,648 d 5.6 1,59 d .__ 18,215 6,061 1,458 13,369 2,08 73.4 33.3 36.9
1,416 8,409 782 9,618 2,894 590 6,720 1,147 69.9 30.1 36.9 1944 1944 1,416 16,583 1,611 19,038 5,634 1,174 13,252 2,194 69.6 29.5 37.1
Pocahontas Region:
3,076 15,028 d 1.4 1,486 d 22.2 16,989 5,848 1,883 11,358 2,704 66.9 34.4 27.9 1945 Chesapeake & Ohio .......................194 3,076 29,956 d 1.2 2,837 d 2.4 33782 11,818 3,708 23,134 5,220 68.5 35.0 28.8
3,073 15,242 -- 1,910 17,644 5,698 1,824 11,039 2,728 62.6 32.3 26.0 19 1944 3,073 30,318 3,800 35,145 10,843 3,157 21,710 5,538 61.8 30.8 26.5
2,154 11,820 10.7 967 d 20.2 13,136 3,960 1,261 7,543 2082 7.4 30.1 23.7 1945 Norfolk & Western .......................1945 2,154 23,984 8.7 2,200 d 15.0 27,038 8,044 2,513 15,31 4,167 56.7 29.7
2_1___O,6!41,,12e1en 13,99791517,73221z 2o6.58232419i 6 25,574
2,154 10,677 1,212 12,428 3,997 1,161 7,72 1,849 62.2 32.2 24.4 1944 1944 2,154 22,062 2,588 25574 8,055 2,322 15,416 3,918 60.3 31.5 2.1
Southern Region:
4,935 8,113 d6.8 628 d 7. 12,500 ,746 880 8200 825 65.6 300 30.9 1945 Atlantic Coast Line ..................... 1945 4,935 17,491 .5 7,366 d 4.0 26,439 7,698 1,760 16,913 1,781 64.0 29.1 30.3
,962 8706 -- 3,919 1364 2,995 700 7,265 1,8 54. 22.2 27.3 1944 1944 4962 17,408 7,673 26,820 5,873 1,385 14,512 2,788 54.1 21.9 27.8
1,816 2,193 d .2 630 d 9.0 3,169 981 250 2,467 407 77.8 31.0 4.2 1945 Central of Georgia # .................... 1945 1,816 4,54 2.6 1,397 3.0 6,589 2,037 49? 5,006 919 76.0 30.9 38.6
1,816 2,197 692 3,156 874 167 2,213 512 70.1 27.7 35.8 1944 1944 1,816 4,428 1,440 6,45 1,683 316 4,447 1,060 68.9 26.1 36.2
1,942 2,719 4.7 164 d15.7 2,974 954 169 1,953 334 65.7 32.1 26.4 1945 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ....................... 1945 1,946 5,422 4.0 346 d 14.o 5,947 1,959 338 4,009 647 67.4 32.9 27.3
1,973 2,598 194 2,898 970 160 2,000 334 69.0 33.5 28.5 1944 1944 1,973 5,215 402 5,825 1,949 321 4,026 682 69.1 33.5 28.5
4,823 13,744 2.4 2,320 a 9.5 17,158 5,251 1,124 10,999 2,185 64.1 30.6 28.6 1945 Illinoe Central ........................ 1945 4,823 27,949 2.4 5,032 6.3 35,13 10,813 2,114 22,875 4,311 6.1 30.8 29.
4,823 13,421 2,563 17,011 5,355 1,105 11,391 1,964 67.0 31.5 30.7 1944 1944 4,823 27,290 5,372 34,781 10,761 2,209 22,997 4,088 66.1 30.9 30.4
4,756 13,168 1.7 3,333 d 6.8 17,375 4,552 1,037 10,562 2,137 60.8 26.2 30.5 1945 Louisville & Nashville .................. 1945 4,756 26,977 4.8 6,780 d 6.4 35,747 9,559 2,072 22,019 4,306 61.6 26.7 30.
4:745 12,947 3,575 17,529 4:420 949 10,303 2,205 58.8 25.2 29.0 1944 1944 4,:75 25,734 7,244 -- 35,041 8,960 1,902 21,154 4,24o 60.4 25.6 30.4
4,173 7,534 d 2.5 3,249 d 9.8 11,524 3,268 641 7,349 1,683 63.8 28.4 29.2 1945 Seaboard Air Line ......................... 1945 4,173 15,80 .7 ,363 6,899 d 6.3 23,518 6,5 1,279 14,888 3,470 63.3 27.6 2
4,177 7,724 3,601 12,070 2,943 514 7,093 1,952 58.8 24.4 28.4 1944 1944 4,177 15,337 7,363 24,219 5,993 1,024 14,399 3,849 59.5 24-7 28
6,505 15,727 4.5 ,59 15.6 22,570 5,909 1,038 12,873 2,919 57.0 26.2 27.0 1945 Southern ................................ 1945 6,505 31819 6.0 10,615 10.4 45,089 12,082 2,072 26,641 5,498 59.1 26.8 28.2
6,513 15,049 4,82 o 21,057 5,41 968 12,119 2,822 57.6 26.0 27.3 1944 1944 6,513 30,026 9,618 42,129 11,207 1,825 24,760 5,488 58.8 26.6 28.0
1,524 1,776 d 41.1 263 d 32.5 2,209 830 98 1,765 135 79.9 37.6 36.3 194 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley. .............. 194 1,524 3,936 22.3 670 d 12.7 4,915 1,64 197 3,605 464 73.3 33.4 34.5
1,524 3,018 -- 390 3,580 731 93 1,797 671 50.2 20.4 26.2 194 1944 1,524 5.067 67 6,169 1,448 186 3,610O 972 58.5 23.5 30.9


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
Inoludee amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.


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


Statement No. M-150
FEBRUARY 1945













INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATIICS


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1945 AND 1944
- -- -I -


Operating revenues


Freight Passenger


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

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


d 3.9 2,676
2,860
d 7.6 177
193
.3 2,218
2,219
d 8.1 326
319

d .2 6
4
d 12.0 1,331
1,409


145
d 7.1 1,626
1,:480

d 8.3 6V

d 6.1 629
705
11.0 7,704
9,139
5.6 ,763
3,311

8.2 3,0o16
3,171
6. 3 708
735
d 1.9 7,370
6,329
d 2.2 6,140
6,993
22.2 937
1,003
d 1.9 2,821
3,274
3.6 1,g83
1,650
d 1.4 1,739
1,774

d 6.2 47
27
13.2 290
263
d 11.4 1,906
2,150


Operating expenses


Deprecla-
All tion in-
malnte- eluded Total
nanoe In pre-
ceding
column i

(g) (h) (1)


Net
railway
oper-
atling
income


(J)


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


(k)


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(1)


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


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(m)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


d 6.4

d 8.2



2.5

61.7

d 5.5

d42.5

9.9

d 16.5

d 10.7

d 15.7

d 16.6

d 4.9




d 11.5

12.2

d 6.6

d 13.8

d 16.1

d41.9

73.6

10.3

d 11.3


$12,741 4,482
13,015 4,032
2,318 674
2:496 647
17,535 5,440
17,335 5,023
2,090 611
2,230 553
211 904
220 916
13,062 5,468
14,497 5,090
1,519 692
2,198 709
11,185 4,178
11,735 3,791
1,473 469
1,582 490
2,939 756
3,052 715
41,699 12,359
39,785 10,547
19,440 5,045
19,007 4,762
i5,21 3 3,924
14,581 3,478

5,399 1,691
5,175 1:6
36,579 12,977
38,255 12,649
36,724 11,879
382,1Z3 12,226
6,856 2,270
5,871 1,922
18,065 4,289
18,780 4,424
6,361 1,661
6,508 1,857
8,853 2,669
8,876 2,201
311
30g
5,931 1,067
5,211 1,029
9,819 2,730
10,953 2,598


11,054
874
102
A
24

1,196
925
120
114
346
346
1,346
1,187



1,198
976

97
104
92
57
3,168
2,385
1,262
960

384
452
336
2,165
2,075
1,993
1,695
184
173
9b2
860
192
181
498
485
4
4
182
147

3 5


19,745
9,158

^10

12,492
12,031
1,626
1,635
1,220
1,228
10,328
10,104

1,527
1,673
8,534
8:0o86
1,227
1,285

1,977
1,922
24,841
22,431
10,597
lo,464

9,250
8:636
3,605
3,594
27,60o
27:071
25,056
25,268
4,611
4:,06

9,986
10,s80
3,53J
3,717

6,016
6,315
177
180

2,590
2,571
5,912
5,819


* Percent Increase computed on units of dollars.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
Includes.Atchlson, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Decrease or deficit.


91,436
1,974
228
274
2,493
2,295
249
301
d 1 042
tll
1,191
1,693



1,582
1,706
122
112

?77
493
4,533
4,350
2,634
2,:453
1,872
2:456

992
88E
2,0
2:155
2,426
3,196
103
633
2,974
2,955
624
563
1,431
1,157



927
753
1,022
1:,46 1


Region, road, and year





(n)


Average
miles
of road
operated


0o)


FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1945 AND 1944

-, -. 1~ 1


Operating expenses


Depreci-
ation In-
All eluded
mainte- n pre- Total
nance ceding
column

(u) (v) (w)


Net
railway
oper-
ating
Income


(x)


Cx) (y)


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


(Y)


Percent
malnte-
nanme
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

).


Operating revenues


Freight


Passenger


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

( () () (r) (a) (t)


(Money items in thousands o dollars)*


76. 35.2
70.z 31.0
29.1
25.9
31.0
69.4' 29.0
77.2 29.7
73.3 2.1
578.4 428.4
552.3 416.6
79.1 42.0
69.7 35.1
100.5 45.6
76.1 32.3
76.3 37.3
6s.9 32.3

23.3 31.8
21.2 31.0
67.3 25.7
63.0 23.2

59.6 29.6
56.4 26.5
54.5 26.0
55.1 25.1
60.8 25.8
59.2 23.8
66.2 31.3
69.5 31.2
75.5 35.5
70.2 33.1
62.2 32.3
66.2 32.0
67.2 i 33.-2
69.6 32.7

55.3 23.7
55.8 23.
55.5 26.1
57.1 28.5
67.9 30.1
71.1 31.6
57.0 19.0
58.5 o20.6
43.7 18.0
49.3 19.7
60.2 27.8
53.1 23.7


Northwestern Region:
35.7 1945 Chicago & North Western ........................ 19
341 1944 1944

39. 194Ig Chicago Greet Western ........................... 194
36. 4 19. 194
34.9 1945 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific # ........ 1945
35.1 1944 1944
43.0 1945 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha .......... 1945
43.4 1944 1944
127.5 1945 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............... ..... 194
126.3 194 .194N

32.1 1965 Great Northern ............................. .......1945
30.0 1944 1944
48.0 1945 Minneapolis, St. Paul& Sault Ste. Marie ........ I194
38.6 1944 1944
32 1945 Northern Pacific ................................. 194
30:1 194. 194
4.? 1945 Wisconsin Central # ............................. 194
.9 1944 1944
Central Western Region: 194
34.S 1945 Alton i#........................................ 1 4
33.1 19419944
26.8 1945 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ .................. 194
26.9 194 ......... 194

24.6 194p Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .................... 194
25.9 194 .194
29.0 1945 Chicago,Rock Island & Pacific #.................. 194
29.3 194 1964
30.4 19 Denver & Rio Grands Weetern ,.................... I94
32.4 19 1944
32.9 1945 Southern Pacific Company b/ ........... .... 194
31.0 1944 .... ...194i
28.9 1945 Union Paclfic ................................ 1945
2S.3 1944 1944
Southwestern Region: 19
28.9 1945 Missouri-Kansas-Texae Lines ..................... 1945
30.8 1944........... 1944
1945
27.1 1945 Missouri Pacific #............................... 194
29.0 19 4
2g.O 19454 ea aii 1945

23 194 Texas & Pacific ................................. 194
1945
32.2 1945 St. Loule-San Francisco #........................ 194
34.0 194i
1945
32.0 1945 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ................. 1944
32.0 1944
1965
21.7 1945 St. Louis Southwestern Lines j ................... 1946
25.0 1944 94
1945
27.1 1945 Texas & New Orleans ............................. 19 4
24.6 1944


t2,072
, 101

i,500
1,500
10,722
10,741
1,617
1,617

546
544
82371
2374
3,224
3,219
6,867
6,867
1,130
1,122

959
959
13,115
13,124

8,987
8,991

7,749
7,751
2,386
2,399

2,247
2,263
9,781
9,782
3,253
3,293
7,082
7,097
1,884
1,254
4,646
4,659
160
159
1,607
1,607

4,341


$17,215
17,9!3

4 ,069
4,147

28,951
28,219

3,232
3:487
284
286
22,664
23,184
2,721
3,948
i8,i52
18,247

2,664
2,942

3,778
3,951
64, 184
54:144

31,111
28,720
22,852
20,241

9,070
8:866

54 ;5

56,806
56,341
11,014
9:074
28,644
28,283
9,242
8:497
13,486
12,799
506
558
11,19
1"9, 3 1

15,214
16,726


d43.7

d41.9

2.6




d 1.0

d 2.2

d 31.1


d4.5



d 4.4

18.5

8.3

12.9

2.3



.8


21.4

1.3

8.8

5.4


d 9.200
20.0

d 9.0


$5,575
5,501
4&6
424
4,646
4,652



11
9
2,757
2,900
292
293
3,110
3,138
125
130
1,276
1,:402
16,666
18,079
6,199
6,636

6,343
6,588

1,343
1,519

15,238
17,273
i3,344
14,119

1,936
2,087
b,218
6,806

3,030
3:354
3,512
3,727

7 6
44
616
537
3,960
4,571


1.3

d 2.7


d .1

4 .5

17.4

d 5.0

d .6

d4.9

d 4.1

d 9.0

d 7.8

d 6.6

d 1.7

d 11.6

d 8.3

4 5.5

d 7.2

d 8.6

d 9.7

d 5.8

72.4

14.8

d 13.4


*25,846
26,067

4,837
4,955
36,861
35,852
,246
4:526

349
362
27,455
28,015





5,97


32501
23,159
23,36Z

3,o05
3,294
5,731
5,957
96,658
77,762

4o,754
38,5o4
31.471
29,064
10,857
10,4]

77,035
78,281
76,50
76,416
14,074
12,123

37,461
37,668
13,346
13,021
18,476
17,833
600oo
617
12,1
lo: 46
20,366
22,491


I I


82,893
8,175
1,388
1,294
11,005
9,911
1,240
1,176
1,717
1,753
11 ,096
10,:171
12443
1433
8,442
7,823
969
1,005
1,534
1,385
25,145
20,820
10,257
9,561
8,071
7,038
3,510
3,317
26,541
25.566
24,346
25,247
4,701
3,:36
8,94e
8,791

3,392
3,709
5,627
5,581
128
127
2,309

5,717
5,063


$2,0o6
1,713
204
167
2,372
1,:847
240
228
695
692
2,670
2,335
306
293
2,362
1,948
196
209
183
113
6 288
4,728
2,590
1,919
1,575
1,283
901

4 372
4;144
3,9S4
3,431








3621
342
1,924
1,682

3Z6
362
996
917
9
8

364
294
681
632


619,870
18,687

3,569
3,389
25,758
24,065

3,350
3,368
2,352
2,352
21, 225
20,192
3,241
3,373
1,479
16,558
2,522
2,593
4,050
3,813
4 214
:877

21,763
21,150
19,198
17,657
7,470
7,361
57,042
55, 14o0
51,690
52,774
9,544
8,317
21,063
21,030
7,306
7,487
12,594
12,650

372
355
5,448
5,255
12,386
11,644


02,963
4,0 o2
464
550
5,031
5,235
462
613
d 2.026

2,529
3,00oo0

L-949

3,241
3,276


758


9,361
2,325
6,334
4,987
4,194
4,558
2,004
1,993
5,655
6,302
5,270
.5,558
1,364
1:416

5,981
5,912
1,409
1,113
2,844
2,817

.11
1,850
1,385
2,146
2,979


76.9
71.7
73.2
68.4

69.9
67.1
78.8
79.9
74.4
673.7
638.7

77
72:1


75.5
70.9
82.6
72.7
70.7
64.0

59.1
57.7
53.4
54.9

61.0
60.8
68.8
67.9
74.0
70.4
67.6
69.1
67.8
68.6
56.2
55.8
54.7
57.5
68.2
70.9
61.9
57.5
44.2
51.8
60.8
51.8


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


34.4 36.8
31. 4 35.1
28.7 39.3
26.1 36.9

29.9 34.8
27.6 9 34.3
29.2 44.1
26.0 43.1
491.7 153.7
476.1 140.5
40.4 31.8
36.3 30.9
41:8 4g. 2
31.8 38.1
36.5 32.8
33.5 31.2
31.7 44.7
30. 5 43.1
26. 16.9
23.3 34.3
27.1
St.g 27.9
25.2 24.3
24.8 26.0
25.6 29.4
24.2 30.2
32. 31.2
3 32.1
34.5 32.5
32.7 31.1
31.8 29.2
33.0 29.9
334 2
31:6 31
&3 '1:
23.9 ;7.9
25.3 28.2
25.4 23.7
28.5 23.4
30.5 32.1
31.3 34.0
21. 34
20o. 31:4
19.0 21.9
21.1 26.2

2.1 2
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Miles
of road
operated
at close
of month


(a)


8,072
8,101
1,500
1,500
10,722
10,739
1,617
1,617

S44
8 ,371
8,374
3,224
3,219
6, 867
6,;867
1,130
1,122

959
959
13,115
13,123
9,981
8:991

,74
N751

2,386
2,399
8,247
2,263
9,781
9,782
3,253
3,293
7,082
7,097
1,884
1,884
4 645
4,659
160
159
1,607
1,607

4,3


$8,548
8:894
1,963
2,124
13,704
13,692
1,595
1,735
181
181
10,725
12,187
1,245
1,924

8,670
9,328
1,2955
1,612
1,929
2,054

31,042
27,980



11,122
10,277
4,481
4,223
26,226
26,732
27,584
28,203

5,362
,383
14,002
14,270
4,454
4,299
6 485
6:471

256
273

z,818
7,312
8,256


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