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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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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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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ,


31262 087310073 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



S .' OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS U.S. D TO "


FOR THE MONTH' ND 19FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH 1945 AND 1944
Operating revenues n eee Operating revenues Operating expense
tPercent Percentn
Mile Freight I Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans- Average Freight Passenger Net Oper- mi c tract
of road action in- railway ating nance portatlon miles Depreiol- railway atioeng nm e pr n
operated Per- Pero- All udd per- ratio expenses expenses Region, road, and year of road Per- Pe A action In- oper-ratio ex ses exn
Sr at e i n cent T lPer- Per-- in rcluded- Total eating (per- o o fper-- operated cent cnt Total malnte- ic e Total eating per- ofper- of oper-
of month eoun t nt Amount Ta nance rng income cent) eating ating o a Amount int Amount nt nance inpre- income cent) Ing ating
crease crease column revenues revenues crease crase c revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) () (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (e) (t) (u) (v) I(w) (x)(y) () (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money Items in thousands of dollars)*
198,861 $558,95? 4.4 $124.589 d9.7 $736,1o08 $223,052 $43,111 496,321 #89,275 67.4 30.3 32.2 1945 Total--Roads listed herein ................. 1945 198,875 $1,540,125 1.1 $371,452 $d 5.8 2,o60,132 $637,243 $127,878 $1,433,812 $217,42 69.6 30.9 33.6
199,157 535,434 137,905 721,904 215,143 38,131 480,628 83,372 66.6 29.8 32.0 1944 1944 19,186 1,523,378 394.,529 2,059,192 6,192 611138 111,264 1,3,788 23631 67.4 29.7 32.9
New England Region:
1,789 5,827 9.0 1,501 d 2.7 7,992 2,485 426 5,704 1,013 71.4 31.1 35.9 195 Boton Maine ... .............. 1945 1,789 14,965 1.9 4,510 1.5 2130 7,555 1,276 16,909 1,53 79. 39.
1,819 5,34 1,542 7,529 2,557 4ol 5,686 774 75.5 34.0 37.6 194 1944 1819 14,683 4,579 21,156 7,349 1,026 16,561 1,818 78.3 34.7 39.2
1,838 8,780 d .4 6,090 6.5 16,169 4,062 921 10,657 2,069 65.9 25.1 35.2 1945 New York, New Haven & Hartford # ........ 1945 1,838 22564 d 6.5 17,290 3.8 4,365 12,o61 2,720 31,17 ,112 71.8 27.8 37.8
1,838 8,819 5,716 15,740 4,359 670 10,876 2,161 69.1 27.7 35.7 1944 1944 1,838 24139 16,659 44,255 12,141 1,994 30,941 5,559 69.9 27.4 36.5
Great Lakes Region:
846 4,292 .2 207 29.6 4,612 1,620 360 3,386 611 73.4 35.1 34.7 1945 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 1945 846 11,244 d 7.8 563 7.8 12,106 4,694 1,083 9,756 1,160 80.6 38.8 37.7
846 4,282 160 4,540 1,582 340 3,296 698 72.6 34.9 34.2 1944 1944 848 12,193 522 13,003 4,396 1,023 9,368 2,644 72.0 33.8 34.5
973 5,664 6.2 857 d 2. 7,110 ,840 424 5051 1,363 71.0 25.9 0.9 1945 Delaware, Lackawanna Wetern.......... 145 973 13,893 7.7 2,558 1.0 18,11 5.423 1,226 14,904 1,210 82.1 2.9 47.3
973 5,315 882 6,818 2,019 366 :926 822 72.2 29.6 37.8 1944 1944 973 15,o53 2,533 193 5337 1,099 14509 1,994 74.9 27.642.6
2,24 11,871 d 4.7 757 d 37.0 13,472 3,405 708 9,422 1,883 6:9 24 53 3394 1945 Erie ................................. 194 2,243 31,724 d 9.9 2,67 d 15.0 36673 10,239 2,101 27,857 3601 60 27.9 2.4
2,244 12,452 1,201 l4483 3,547 607 9,309 1:698 64.3 4: 35.2 19144 .1944 2 2:2 N 407 31 o65 ,69 i 10,186 1,821 27,330 4,368 67.2 25.1 37.3
1,026 2,880 14.0 344 d 4.4 3,432 1,032 155 2,463 582 71.8 30.1 37.3 1945 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 1945 3,026 7,839 4.8 97 2.3 9,403 3020 464 7,128 1,43 75.8 32.1 39.0
1,026 2,527 360 3,105 973 150 2,292 501 73.8 31.3 38.1 1944 1944 1,026 7,477 956 8.993 28ss8 449 6,715 1,450 74.7 31.7 ,S.3
1,260 6,628 d 11.2 635 d 21.0 7,717 2,4o4 569 5,984 695 77.5 31.2 41.6 1941 Lehigh Valley ........................... 1945 1,260 17,370 d 15.9 1,809 d 34.5 20,566 7,176 1,697 17,686 5 86.0 34-9 45-9
1,260 7,464 8048,714 2,450 560 5,999 892 68.8 28.1 36.7 1944 1944 1,260 20,661 2,115 24,061 7,000 1,599 17,398 72.3 29.1 39.0
10,749 42,083 .4 13,550 d 13.2 61,512 20,737 3,741 46,799 6,198 76.1 33.7 37.5 1945 New York Central a/ ..................... 1945 10,749 110,152 d 6.9 S,495 9.4 164,943 57,930 10,939 133,165 11,130 80.7 35.1 40.2
10,746 41,909 15,612 62,796 19,383 3,281 44,698 5,627 71.2 30.9 35.6 1944 194 4 10,746 118,325 42,470 176,761 56,621 9,821 131,257 15,438 74.3 32.0 37.2
1,687 9,061 6.3 179 d 64.1 9,403 2,387 559 5,509 1,201 58.6 25.4 29.0 1945 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ........... 1945 1,687 23,747 .5 749 d 43.2 24,961 6,908 1,673 15,809 3,621 63.3 27.7 31.2
15688 8,528 497 9,181 2,128 447 5,210 997 56.7 23.2 30.3 1944 1944 1,688 23,871 1,318 25,654 6,053 1,239 15,137 2,826 59.0 23.6 31.5
1,949 4,811 7.7 262 d 13.7 5,261 1,650 353 3,726 877 70.8 31.4 34.7 1945 Pere Marquette ..........................1945 1,949 12,781 3.0 782 d 11.7 14,065 4,826 1,104 10,746 1,947 76.4 34.3 36.8
1,979 4,468 303 4:975 1,603 325 3,608 436 72.5 32.2 34.9 1944 1944 1:979 12,406 886 13,873 4,611 976 10,381 1,175 74.8 33.2 36.1
229 2,712 3.5 106 d .8 2,927 1,308 347 2,447 46 83.6 44.7 3.3 1945 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................. 1945 229 7,065 d 11. 319 5.6 7,695 3,691 1,047 7,018 1,972 91.2 48.0 3
229 2,812 107 3,024 1,128 312 2,297 442 76.0 37.3 33.5 1944 1944 229 8014 302 8594 3,605 935 6,915 1,271 80.5 42.0 33.2
2,393 7,408 5.6 823 d 14.6 8,687 2,023 388 5,131 997 59.1 23.3 30.7 1945 abash ..................................1945 2,393 20,242 2.0 2,531 d 5.2 24,110 5,788 1,154 14,769 2,61 61.3 2.o 32.1
2,393 7,017 9611 8,456 1,982 310 4:665 896 55.2 23.4 28.0 1944 94 2,393 19,850 2,668 23,853 5,586 924 13,996 2,405 58.7 23.4 30.5
Central Eastern Region:
611 26932 .1 4:062 32,773 10,935 1,82 24024 4, 070 73:3 3:. 349 19 Baltimore & Ohio. 5 2....7 .;..5 8.5 75,2 3 4 354,.1 6836 10,8 741 344
6 24.562072.6 3.4 32. 9 94Z :1 4 73,98411,7 69:620, 30:84 ,:016 66,807 10,639 75 351
654 4,642 4.6 575 d1. 5,611 1,396 331 ,794 845 67.6 24.9 38. 4 1945 Central of New Jersey # .................1945 6514 12,056 d 2,8 1,725 d 1.0 14,774 181 993 11,114 1,434 75.2 2S.3 42.1
655 438 56 5360 1,4o 322 4:093 437 76.4 276 44:6 194 194 655 12:406 1:,74 15,113 4,28 963 11,869 69 78.5 293 45.1
912 1,955 d5.Q 541 d 4.4 2,752 744 86 1,853 312 67.3 27.0 33.8 1945 Chicago & Eastern Illinois............... 1944 912 ;:83 d 1,719602 d 6.8 ?02 2,26 28 5,607 9 70.0 26.8
912 2,07 566 2:914 758 85 1,9 355 68.0 26.0 36.9 1914 :319
392 3,042 16.3 3,446 1,08 467 2193 576 63.6 30.1 30.8 1945 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................. 1945 392 8,451 12.6 9,593 3,31 1,402 6 9 1,7 67. 31.6 33.2
392 2,615 2,978 996 391 2162 288 72.6 33.5 36.1 1944 19 392 7,508- 8,581 3,003 1,285 6,384 83 74.4 35.0 36.5
376 1,156 d 17. 2,0o43 8.6 3,400 1,042 192 2,813 32 82.7 30.7 49. 194 Long Island ..............................194 376 3,285 d 8.5 5,990 6.3 9,838 3,005 543 8,225 104 8: .6 507
376 1:396 1,81 3:,452 1,166 182 2,953 d 125 85.5 33.8 49. 19 394 376 3,591 5,634 9,725 3,319 56 414 34 50.1
10,115 61,726 5.6 19,909 d 3. 88,1I2 25,520 4,233 65,316 12,149 74.1 28.9 40.3 1945 Pennsylvania ............................19l5 10,11i 160,o32 60,541 d 1.7 239173 72,42 12,436 188,343 21,545 78.7 30.3 11.
10,099 58, 25 20,705 85,018 25,900 3,92 63,553 9,360 74.7 30.5 39.8 194 194 10,10 165,923 61,598 24:516 74,054 11,536 15,212 26,327 75.7 30.3 4.7
1,31267 9,102 1.3 952 11.2 10,531 3,219 774 ,131 1,176 67. 30.6 34.2 1945 Reading .................................1945 1,367 24,750 d 3.2 2,712 9.9 28,746 9,80 2,231 20,500 3,261 71.3 32. 35.9
1,412 8,985 857 10,368 3,003 590 6,883 1,643 66.4 29.0 34.7 1944 1944 1,415 25,58 2,467 29,406 8,636 1,764 20,135 3,37 68.5 29.4 36.2
Pocahontas Region:
3,075 16,028 .8 1,588 d 29.0 18,182 6,142 1,906 11,999 2,947 66.0 3.8 27.7 1 Cheapeake Ohio .................... .. 1945 3,076 5 ,98 a ,5 4,425 d 26.7 51,964 17,959 614 35,132 8,167 67.6 3.6 2.
3,073 15,901 2,236 -- 18758 5,531 1526 11,368 2,820 60.6 29.5 2.1 1944 194 3,073 4:219 6,036 53,902 16,374 4,683 33,078 8,357 61.4 30. 26.3
2,154 11,837 4.8 1,128 d 28.8 13,365 4,097 1,259 7,898 2,209 59.1 30.7 24.6 1945 Norfolk & Western ....................... 1945 2,154 35,821 7.4 3,328 9 20.2 o,40 3 12,141 3,772 23,216 6,376 57.5 30.0 23.7
2,154 11,297 1,584 13,274 4,515 1,192 7,322 2,321 55.2 34.o 18.3 1944 1944 2,154 33,359 4,172 38,848 12,570 3,513 22,738 6,238 58.5 32.4 22.1
4,935 9,917 1.9 3,668 9 1,439 4,157 80 8,869 1,300 61.4 2.8 28.3 1945 Atlant oast Line .....................1945 4,935 27,408 1.0 11,034 d 58 40,8 11,855 2,640 25,782 3,081 63.1 29. 29.6
4,962 9,732 4,042 14,706 3,193 23 7,868 1,886 53.5 21.7 27.6 1944 1944 4:962 27,14o 11,715 41,y6 9,066 2,208 22,380 4,674 53.9 21.8 27.7
1,816 2,568 10.3 630 d 5.5 3,576 1,11o 266 2,715 503 75.9 31.0 38.8 1945 Central of Georgia # .................... 1945 1,816 7,113 5.3 2,28 d 3.8 10,165 3,147 758 7,722 1,421 76. 31. 3.6
1,16 2,329 667 3,300oo 1,042 297 2,435 316 73.8 31.6 35.8 1944 1944 1,816 6,757 2107 9.752 2,725 613 6,881 1,375 70.6 27.9 36.1
1,942 3,023 1.5 196 d 5.9 3,321 1,060 169 2,169 77 65.3 31.9 26.8 1945 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio .................. 1945 1,945 8,44 3.1 4 d 112 9,267 3,018 07 6178 1,024 66.7 32.6 27.
1.973 2,979 208 3,274 1,101 161 2,108 33 64.4 33.6 25.8 1944 1944 1,973 8:19 10 9,099 3,o5o 41 6,134 1,116 67 33.5 27.5
1,822 15,200 2.6 2,639 d 16.0 19o,047 5,913 1,12 12,304 2,315 64.6 31.0 28.8 1945 Illinois Central ......................... 19 482 43,149 2.5 7671 4180 16,726 28 35,1 6,625 64.9 30.9 29.2
4.823 14,817 3,141 19,136 5,806 1:10 12,075 2,501 63.1 30.3 28,.5 194Z 1944 4825 417 8,512 53,917 16,567 .3312 35,072 6: 65.0 30.7 29.7
4,76 13,360 .6 3,198 d 14.o 17,627 5,126 1,046 11344 2,o6o 64.4 2.1 30.9 1945 Louisville & Nashville .................. 1945 4756 40.337 3.4 9.978 d 9.0 53375 14,685 3118 33,364 6367 62.5 30.8
4,7 5 13,282 3,719 18,090 6,182 953 11:268 2,079 62.3 34.2 23.4 19441944 4745 39,01510,963 53,131 15.1422,54 3242,3 61. 2.5
4,173 8,787 4.6 3,363 d 7.2 12,983 3,759 62o 8,354 1,830 64.3 20.o 29.6 1945 Sebord Air Line ## .......... ...... 1945 4,173 23,866 .5 10,262 d 6.6 36,501 10,245 1,899 23,242 5,301 63.7 28.1 29.6
4,175 8,4 4 3,623 12,876 3,133 517 7,631 2,123 59.3 24.3 29.1 1944 1944 4,177 23,741 10,986 37,095 9,126 1,541 22,029 5,972 59.4 24.6 28.9
6,505 17,128 7.5 5,310 13.1 23,880 6,281 1,038 13,809 2,980 57.8 26.3 27.4 1945 Southern ................................ 1945 6,505 48,947 6.5 15,925 11.3 68,969 18,364 3,109 40,450 8,478 58.6 26.6 27.9
6,513 15,927 4,694 21,888 5,757 962 12,990 2,875 59.3 26.3 31.1 1944 1944 6:513 45,953 14,312 64,018 16,964 2,787 37,750 8,363 59.0 26.5 29.0
1,524 3,244 35.7 37 16.0 3,803 860 96 188 717 49.4 22.6 23.0 195 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ..............194 1,524 7,179 d 3 1,046 d 13.9 8,718 2,49 293 5,484 1181 62.9 28. 29
1,524 2,390 448 3,002 786 95 1,894 348 63.1 26.2 32.9 1944 194 1,524 7.457 1.215 9.171 2,23 281 5504 1321 60.0 24.


* Percent increase oomputed on unit of dollars.
g Includes amortization of Defense Projeote.
# Report of trustee or trueteen.


## Report of receiver or receivers.
a/ Includes Bonton & Albany, Lesesor to New York Central.
T Decrease or deficit.


Statement No. M-150
MARCH 1945








INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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MARCH 1945


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

FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH 1945 AND 1944 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH 1945 AND 1944
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Percent Percent Percent Percent
Miles Freight Passenger Depreca-Net Oper- mainte- trans- Regon road and year Freight Passenger Depreci Nt Oper- ant- tran
of rd ereionin- railway eating nance portation egon, road, and year Average aton n- railway atng nance portaton
operated Per Per All luded oper- ratio expenses expenses miles Peopeer- luder- ratio expense expenses
at close cent cent Total mainte- luded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- of road Total mainte- in pr- Total atn (per- or oper- of opr-
of month Amount int Amount in- nance edn pre- income cent) eating eating operate Aount in Aount in- nance ceding ncome cent) atng ng
oado Icomn-etn- n ....mceding colu... ...mn) atTntlatTna
crease crease column g revenues revenues crease crease column revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (I) (k10) (I ) (l) (n) (o) (p) () (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) ( ) (x) (y) () (a )
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
8,07 9,4 d 0.9 2,821 d 2.9 13,820 4,587 1,84 10,262 $1 74.3 33.2 35.7 194 Chicago & North Western .........................1945 8,072 $26,609 d 27 8,397 d .1 $39,667 $13,480 $3,171 30,133 4,797 76.0 34.0 36.5
8,101 9, 37 2,907 13,676 4,200oo 895 9,666 1,941 70.7 30.7 34.6 1944 1944 8,101 27,350 8,408 39743 12375 2,607 28,353 6,023 71.3 31.1 3.9
1,500 2,241 2.2 208 d 2 2,650 738 102 1,825 3 68.9 27.8 35.7 194 Chicago Great Western ...........................1945 1,500 6,31 59 d 17. 7487 2,126 307 5,394 717 72.1 28.4 38.1
1,500 2,199 294 2,684 694 84 1,834 278 68.3 25.9 37.1 1944 1944 1,500 6,346 11 7,639 1,988 251 5,224 828 68.4 26.0 .37.

10,739 14,703 2,649 18,948 5,865 969 13,186 2,381 69.6 31.0 33.6 194 1944 10,740 42,921 7,301 54,806 15,776 2,816 37,250 7,617 68.0 28.8 34.
1,617 1,846 2.1 34 d 1. 2,35386 652 138 1,725 362 72.3 27.3 9.7 194 Chicago, St. Paul, Minnnespolls & Omaha .........1945 1617 5,07 d 4.1 1,000 d .8 6,632 1,892 378 5,075 825 76.5 28.5 42.5
1,617 1,09 345 2353 695 146 1,850 235 78.6 29.5 43.8 1944 1944 1,617 5,296 1,007 6,879 1,871 374 5,218 848 75.9 27.2 43.
546 284 3.2 6 1.9 334 1,o24 348 1,366 d 1o084 4os.3 306.6 88.2 1945 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................... 1945 546 568 1.1 17 11.0 683 2,741 1,031 3,718 544.2 401.2 121.7
544 275 6 326 982 346 1,353 415.2 301.3 100.4 1944 1944 545 562 15 694 2,735 138 3,706 533.7 394.0 121.7
8371 12,340 d 9.8 1,448 14.2 14,920 6,107 1,337 11,327 1,481 75.9 o.9 30.1 1945 Great Northern .................................. 1945 8371 35,003 4,24 8.4 42,375 17204,006 32,552 4,01 76.8 .6 312
8.372 13,82 1,687 16,351 5,294 1,176 11,024 1,862 67.4 32.4 31.3 1944 1944 8,373 36,867 4;588 44366 15,465 3.511 31,215 4,862 70.4 34.9 31.1
3,224 1,381 d 41.2 147 d 4.1 1,676 718 100 1,568 34 93.6 42.8 43.9 1945 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie ........ 1945 3224 4,102 d 34.9 439 d 1.8 4,972 2,161 406 4,808 16 96.7 43.5 46.7
3,219 2,350 154 2,637 742 147 1,761 698 66.8 28.1 34.7 1944 1944 3,219 6,297 447 7,143 2,175 440 5,134 1,508 71.9 30.4 36.8
6,867 9,101 d 11.3 1,44 d 23.4 11,534 4,740 1,320 9,297 1,362 80.6 41.1 32.7 1945 Northern Pacific ................................ 1945 6,867 27,253 d 4.4 4,550 d 9.3 34,693 13,182 3,682 26,777 4,603 7.2 38. 32.
6,867 10,261 1,879 13,163 4,186 988 8,873 1,802 67.4 31.8 29.4 1944 1944 6 867 28,508 5,017 36,527 12,009 2,937 25,431 5,078 9.6 32.9 30.6
1,130 1,515 d 12.6 72 d 10.6 1,724 10 98 1,368 179 79.3 29.6 43.7 195 sconsin Central # ..1945 1130 4,179 d 10.6196 4,777219 1479 294 3,890 412 81.4 310 44.3
1,122 1,733 80 1,926 601 104 1,424 35 74.0 31.2 38.4 191944 1,122 4,675 210 5,219 1,6o6 314 4,018 620 77.0 30.8 41.3
Central Western Region:
959 2,575 24.6 61o d 21.2 3,564 792 92 2,103 747 59.0 22.2 30.8 1945 Alton # ......................................... 1945 959 6,353 5.6 1,886 d 13.3 9,295 2,326 275 6,153 1,336 66.2 25.0 4.5
959 2,o67 774 3,164 837 57 2,110 443 66.7 26.5 33.7 1944 1944 959 6,017 2,176 9,121 2,223 170 5,922 1,357 64.9 24.4 34.1
13,115 35,602 23.9 8,522 d 9.1 47,344 13,846 3,195 27,900 5,081 58.9 29.2 26.5 1945 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ .................. 1945 13,115 99,786 20.4 25,17 134,002 38,991 9.483 79,114 14,441 59.0 29.1 26.9
13,123 28,742 9,371 41,215 11,390 2,475 23,941 3,793 58.1 27.6 26.9 1944 19U4 13,123 82,885 27:450 118,977 32,210 7,203 68,819 12,117 57.8 27.1 27.5
8,986 16,715 9.1 2,705 d 13.2 21,218 5,569 1,265 11,612 2,668 54.7 26.2 24.3 1945 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .................... 1945 8,987 47,826 8.6 8,904 d 8.7 61,972 15,826 3,856 33,375 9,002 53.9 25.5 24.3
8,991 15,316 3,117 20,090 5,693 985 11,819 2,111 58.8 28.3 25.7 194 1944 8,991 44,036 / 9,753 58,594 15,233 2,904 32,968 7,098 56.3 26.0 25.9
7,749 12,709 15.6 3,256 12.9 17,271 4,560 790 10,257 3,018 59.4 26.4 27. 1945 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific # ................ 1945 7,749 35,561 139 9,600 d 7.0 8,742 12,631 2,365 29,654 7,212 60.4 25.9 28.
7,751 10,992 3 739 15,905 4,117 722 9,631 2,801 60.6 25.9 28. 1944 1944 7,751 31,233 10,327 44,969 11,155 2,005 27,288 7,359 60.7 24.8 29
2,386 5,345 9.1 682 d 21.2 6,293 1,908 452 3,982 1,398 63.3 303 28.3 1945 Denver Rio range Western # ................... 1945 2,386 14,415 4.7 2,025 d 17,150 5,418 1,355 11,453 3,402 66.8 31.6 30.1
2,399 4,901 865 6,oio 1,979 664 40o67 1,092 67.7 32.9 29.7 1944 1944 2,399 13:767 2,384 16,852 5,296 1,334 11,428 3,086 67.8 31.4 31.2
8,247 30,479 6.3 8,305 13.2 42356 13,495 2,173 29,353 3,435 69.3 31.9 30.6 1945 Southern Pacific Company b/ ..................... 1945 8,247 84,833 1.9 24,144 d 101 119390 40,036 6,544 86,395 9,090 72.4 33. 31-9
8,263 28,660 9,570 41,453 13,184 2,101 28,788 3,651 69. 31.8 30.7 1944 1944 8,263 83,285 26,843 119,732 38,750 6,245 83,929 9,953 70.1 32. 31'
9,781 32,221 5.4 6,98 8 13.5 42,608 13,443 2,054 27,398 3,579 64.3 31.6 27.2 1945 Union Pacific ................................... 1945 9781 89,026 2.4 20,332 d .4 119,110 37,79 638 79,08 8,849 66.4 31.7 28.
9,782 30,563 8,083 41,557 13,43 1,734 28,002 3,21 67.4 32.3 29.4 1944 1944 9,782 86,904 22,202 117,973 38,681 5164 ,777 8,979 68.5 32.29.
Southwestern Region:
3,253 6,374 30.1 975 d 12.0 7,977 2,524 184 5111 756 64.1 31.6 27.2 1945 Miesuri-Kansas-Texas Lines ..................... 1945 3,253 17,393 24.5 2,911 8.9 22,051 7,225 553 14,655 2,120 66.5 32.8 28.5
3,272 4,898 1,108 6,535 1,986 173 4,447 1,055 6s.o 30.4 31.5 1944 1944 3,286 13,971 3,195 18,658 5.821 519 12,764 2,471 68.4 31.2 31.2
7,082 15,230 2.5 2,741 d23.1 19,358 4,982 962 11,273 2,802 58.2 25.7 28.1 1945 Missouri Pacific # ..............................1945 7,082 43,873 1.7 8,959 56,820 13,924 2,887 32,336 8,783 56.9 24.5 27.9
7,097 14,858 3,562 19,826 4,983 882 11,790 2,788 59.5 25.1 29.8 1944 1944 7,097 43,142 10,367 57,494 13,775 2.564 32,820 8,699 57.1 24.0 28.8
1,884 4,630 6.2 1,477 d17.2 6,649 1,916 192 3,923 573 59.0 28.8 24.4 1945 Texas & Pacific ................................. 1945 1,884 13,872 7.9 4,507 d 12.3 19,996 5,308 568 11,229 1,982 56.2 26.5 24.o
1,884 4,358 1,784 6,715 1,896 181 3,870 558 57.6 28.2 22.8 1944 1944 1,884 12,856 5,138 19,736 5,606 543 11,357 1,671 57.5 28.4 23.2
4,645 7,526 11.8 1,690 d 15.7 10,041 2,959 497 6,608 1,615 65.8 29.5 31.1 1945 St. Lous-San Francisco #....................... 194 4,646 21,013 7.6 5,202 d 9.2 28,517 8,586 1,493 19,203 4,459 67.3 30.1 31.8
4,659 6,734 2,005 9,419 3,085 470 6:725 1,194 71.4 32.8 33.0 1944 1944 4,659 19,534 5,732 27,252 8,667 1,387 19,375 4,011 71.1 31.8 33.7
16o 264 d 30.2 37 d 31.9 311 66 4 199 24 63.9 21.1 36.6 1945 st. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ................. 1945 160 771 d 17.7 113 15.1 912 193 13 571 81 62.6 21.2 35.2
159 379 54 441 64 4 187 46 42.4 14.4 23.0 1944 1944 159 937 98 1,058 190 12 542 131 51.2 18.0 27.9
1,607 6,345 16.7 281 d 19.6 6,820 1,311 181 2,992 1,057 43.9 19.2 21.0 1945 St. Louis Southwestern Lines # ...1945 1,607 17,563 18.8 897 1.3 18,973 3,620 543 8,439 2,907 44.5 19.1 21.6
1,607 5,435 349 5,917 1,253 147 2,735 871 46.2 21.2 21,8 1944 1944 1,607 14,782 886 16,03 3,390 441 7,990 2,256 49.7 21.1 24.6
4327 8,727 5.9 1,956 d 17.0 11,338 2,979 340 6,461 1,233 57.0 26.3 26.0 1945 Texas & New Orleans ............................ 1945 4,331 23,941 d 4.1 5,916 d 46 31,704 8,695 1,021 18,847 3,380 59.4 27.4 27.0
4,341 8,237 2,356 11,203 3,013 317 6,442 1,412 57.5 26.9 25.7 1944 1944 4,341 24,964 6,927 33,693 8,076 948 18,086 4,390 53.7 24.0 25.O


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


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