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Title: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
Series Title: Statement ;
Portion of title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
Physical Description: v. : ; 29-45 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Publisher: The Bureau
Place of Publication: Washington, D.C
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Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
Numbering Peculiarities: Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
Issuing Body: 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.
General Note: Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
General Note: "Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
General Note: Title from caption.
Statement of Responsibility: Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
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System ID: AA00015604:00055
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Statement No. M-150
APRIL 1945


FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 1945 AND 1944 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL 1945 AND 1944
Operating revenues Operating expenses Percent Percent Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Freight Passenger Net Oper- mante- trans- Freight Passenger tPercent
Mle singer railway atlng nance portation Average Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans-
of road Depreol- oper- ratioexpenses expenses miles Depreec- railway eating nance portation
operated Per- Per- All action in- atng (per- of oper- of oper- Region, road, and year of road Per- Per- All action in- oper- ratio expenses expenses
t 0lose cent cent Total alnt- oudn pre- Total income cent) eating sting operated cent cent Total mainta- luded. Total ating (pe- of oper- of oper-
of month Amount In- Amount in- nance revenues revenues Amount n- Amount in- "ane In pre- inooe cent) eating atlng
crease crease columncirease crease columnA
(a) (b) (0) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (I) (j) (W) (i) (m) (ni )(o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) v() (w) (x (y) (z) (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
198,860 $534,296 6.5 1120,612 d 11.4 $706,518 221,079 43389 $484,985 81,813 68.6 31.3 32.4 1945 Total--Roads listed herein ............. 1945198871 $2,074,425 2.4 $492,062 d 73 2,766,655 $858,318 $171,266 (1,918,796 $301,111 69.4 31.o 33.
199,112 501,791 136,163 686,079 211,206 38:,63 464,220 78,590 67.7 o.8 32.0 1944 1944 199169 2,025,173 530,693 2,745,274 822:347 149,335 1,853,009 311,210 67.5 30.0 32
New England Region:
1,789 5,459 7.5 1,400 d 0.4 7,473 2,431 426 5,331 906 71.3 32.5 34.5 1945 Boston & Maine........ .................. 1945 1,789 20,423 3.4 5,910 d 1.2 28,777 9,986 1,702 22,24o 2,444 77.3 34.7
1,819 5,076 1,4o5 -7,094 2,186 347 4,987 920 70.3 30.8 35.0 1946 1944 1,819 19,760 5,984 28,250 9,535 1,373 21,548 2,737 76.3 33.8 37.9
1,838 8,256 1.6 6365 6.5 15782 4236 47 10,370 2,117 65.7 26.8 33.4 1945 New York, New Haven & Hartford # ........ 195 1 838 30,820 d 4.5 23655 4.0 59,147 16,297 3,665 41,507 6,229 70.2 27.6 36.6
1,838 8,129 6,089 15,361 4:368 693 10:,437 2,168 67.9 28.4 34.0 1914 196 1,838 32:268 22:748 59:616 16,509 2:688 61:378 7,727 69.4 27.7 35.9
Great Lakes Region:
846 4,012 3.0 159 d 17.2 4,283 1,519 316 3,180 525 74.3 35.5 34.8 1945 Delaware & Hudson .......................1945 846 15,256 d 5.2 721 1.1 16,389 6,212 1,399 12,935 1,685 78.9 379 36.9
846 3,895 192 4,18 1,488 341 3,070 612 73.4 35.6 33,9 1944 1944 847 16,088 714 17,184 5:883 1,364 12,439 3:257 72.4 3U.2 3.3
973 5,205 5.2 874 1.6 6,689 1,896 424 4,945 832 73-9 28.3 41.1 1945 Delaware, Laokawanna & Western .......... 1945 973 19,098 d 4.5 3,431 1.1 24,840 7,319 1,651 19,849 2,042 7. 29.5 45.6
973 6,945 860 6,426 1,786 366 4,669 692 72.7 27.8 40.9 1944 1944 973 19,999 3,393 25,790 7,123 1,464 19,177 2,686 74.4 27.6 42.2
2,243 10,970 d 1.6 792 d &3.1 12,545 3,612 11 9,054 1,379 72.2 28.8 37.8 1945 Erie .................................... 195 2,243 42694 d 7.9 449 d 14.6 49,219 13,852 2,811 36,911 4,980 75.0 28.1 41.2
22 11,14 912 12,859 3,473 07 872 1:338 68.1 27.0 1944 1944 2244 46352 4037 53,517 13,658 2,428 36,092 5,706 b7.4 25.5 37.0
1,026 2,48 5.0 241 d 12.0 2,957 1,065 182 2,456 325 83.1 36.0 42.2 195 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 1945 1,026 10,387 4.9 1,?19 .9 12,360 4084 647 9,584 1763 775 33.0 39.
1,026 2,427 274 2,887 972 150 2,271 392 78.7 33.- 40.1 1944 1944 1:026 9,904 1,230 11,880 3,820 599 8,986 1:842 75.6 32.2 38.7
1,260 6,802 7 586 d 23.3 7,819 2,306 568 5,524 1,196 70.7 29.5 36.6 1945 Lehigh Valley ...........................1945 1,260 24,172 d 13.6 2395 16.8 28,385 9,482 2265 23,210 1,191 81.8 33443.3
1,260 7328 764 8,540 2,67 547 6,oo 815 70.4 305 35.8 1944 1944 1:260 27,989 2:879 32,601 9,607 2,146 23,406 3,231 71.8 29.5 38.2
10,79 39,341 4. 12,678 d 5.3 57,473 18,917 3,748 3,803 5,333 76.2 32.9 38.1 1945 New York Central a ..................... 1945 10,749 149,493 d 4.2 51,174 d 8.4 222,416 76,847 14,688 176,968 16,463 79.6 34.6 39.6
10,746 37,785 13,387 56,231 18,464 3,203 42,427 5,016 75.5 32.8 37.5 194 1944 10:746 156,110 55,857 232,992 75,086 13,024 173,684 20,454 74.5 32.2 37.2
1,687 7,482 d 4.8 232 d 31.0 7,897 2,244 558 5,097 1,989 64.5 28.4 31.1 1945 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ........... 1945 1,687 31,230 d 1.6 981 d 40.7 32,858 9,152 2,231 20,906 5,610 63.6 27.9 31.2
1,688 7,862 336 8,342 2,021 435 4,912 939 58.9 24.2 30.4 1944 1944 1,688 31:733 1,654 33,995 8,075 1,674 20,050 3,764 59.0 23.8 31.3
1,949 4,434 9.2 264 d 21. 4,911 1,677 372 3684 662 75.0 341 35.7 1945 Pere Marquette ..........................1945 1,949 17215 4.5 1,046 d 1.6 8,976 6,503 1,477 14,430 2,609 76.0 34.3 36.5
1,979 4,:61 339 4582 1,575 328 3,466 345 75.6 34.4 35.6 1944 19 1,979 16,467 1,225 --18,455 6,186 1,304 13,848 1,520 75.0 33.5 36.0
229 201 1.7 94 d 13. 2,893 1,323 347 2,385 5 82.4 45.7 315 19 Pittsburgh & lake Erie .................. 1945 229 966 d 8.5 41 .5 588 5,14 139 9403 1,427 8.8 47.4
229 255 109 2,850 1,247 325 2,279 417 79.9 43.8 30.9 19 44 229 10:669 4 114,4 4,53 1,260 9,194 1,688 80.3 42.4 32.6
2,393 7,572 16.4 751 d 15.0 8,811 2,143 389 5,106 858 58.0 24.1 28.8 1945 Wabash .................................. 1945 2,393 27,815 5.5 3,281 d 7.6 32,921 7,930 1,543 19,875 3,419 b0.4 24.1 31.3
2,393 6,507 883 7,890 2,059 365 4,883 726 61.9 26.1 30.4 1944 1944 2,393 26,357 3,551 31,743 7,646 1,290 18,880 3,131 59.5 24.1 30.5
6130 27,147 1.0 3,705 d 9.3 32,392 10,878 1,586 23,600oo 4,021 72.9 33.6 33 1945 CentralEastimore giOh n: .............. ... 1945 6,133 102,688 2.2 16,090 38125,23 41,884 6,304 92,436 14,892 73 33.4 35.1
6,156 26,891 4,085 32,482, 11,225 1,378 23:037 4:360 70.9 34.6 31.6 1944 1944 6,147 100,476 15,502 122142 42,068 5,394 89,844 14,999 73 3.4 3.2
654 4609 13.3 580 1.1 5,459 1,366 31 3,583 833 65.6 25.0 36. 194 Central of Nw Jersey .... ................ 1945 65 4 16,665 1.2 2,305 d .5 20,233 5,546 1,324 114,697 2,267 72.6 27.4 40.6
655 4,068 574 935 1,385 3 20 3,635 37 73.6 28. 41.6 194 94 655 16:47 2317 20,08 5,813 1:283 15,503 1,305 773 29.0 .2
912 1,32 6 ,5 2 2856 781 86 1,889 242 d7 32.1 36.1 1945 Chicago & Eastern Illino ............... 1945 9112 7,227 .5 2,094 d 1.3 10,266 3,046 3644 7,497 999 73- 30.0 36.
912 1,972 2,887 790 3 1,958 350 67.8 27 33 1944 194 912 7,814 2386 11206 3020 332 7,785 1256 69.5 27.0 36.6
392 2,566 13.8 3,013 1,052 467 2,137 697 70.9 34.9 334 194 Elgin, Jolet Eastern ................. 1945 392 11,016 12.9 12,606 4,083 1,869 8,607 1,794 68.3 32.4
392 2,254 2,63 1,030 437 2,138 311 81.1 39.1 39.1 1946 1944 392 9,762 11:218 4,033 1,723 8,522 954 76.0 36.0 37
376 1,488 21.4 2,12 d .4 3,836 1,01 192 2,798 9 72.9 26.9 19 Long Island ............................. 1945 376 4773 .9 2 76 11,23 2.8
76 1,225 2,o 3o 183 2,856 8 7. 2.9 ............................ 1980512 .5 13,674 ,036 76 11,023 3 806 29.5 .
376 122 520 3 0 7 183 2856 79. 329 194 3764:817 7:794 13,305 4:496 7?9 11,300 d 190 84.9 33.8 48.7
10,112 58,382 5.8 19,915 8.5 4,672 24,807 4,264 63,205 9,398 74.6 29.3 40.9 1945 Pnnylania ............................ 195 10,112 218,41 d 1.2 80,455 d 3 3.523,8145 97230 16,700 251,548 32,829 77.7 30.0 42.
10,099 55,200 21,753 83,113 25,564 4 ,023 61,156 8810 73.6 30.8 38.3 19 19 10,103 221,123 83:351 327:630 99:618 15,558 20,368 33,133 75.2 30.4 40.1
367 53 3. 98g3 3290 785 6978 1,155 70.6 33. 34.4 1945 Reading .................................19 1,367 33,343 d 1.6 3594 7.6 38,629 1256 3,016 27,79 ,16 71.1 32.5 35.5
1:12 314 873 9,620 3025 02 6:503 1:252 676 l' 33.2 194 194 1:15 33:82 330 39,027 1:66i 2:367 26:638 5:089 68.3 29.9 35.5
Pocahontas Region:
3,075 15,493 .2 139 d 32.3 17,53 6,145 1,929 12,010 2,529 68. 35.0 28. 1945 Chesapeake & Ohio ....................... 1945 3,076 61,477 d 5,s3 d 28.1 69,500 24,104 54 47143 10696 67.8 34.7 28.5
3,073 15,462 2,067 18,204 5:699 1:567 11,205 2,79 61.6 31.3 ?5.7 19 19 3:073 61:682 8102 7:106 22,073 :25 44283 11:107 61.4 30.6 26.2
2161 12,321 9. 1,36'9 d 28 169813 64 l2 2,202 5 29 21 194 & W 195 ................... 2156 8142 7.9 298 d 22.2 5 7 16186 5032 3075 8,579 56.9 30.0 23.2
2,156 1121, d210 55.2 Norfok ee ................5 15165.2.16030,158,698 58.2 31.9
12,98133,951 19122 57.0 30. 22. 1966519442146,600
6 935 9,159 dA.5. 3416 d 151 1,38 6279 880 8936 7148 66.8 32.0 30.2 94 ASouthern Region: 1945 64,935 36,567 .6 14,619 d 8.2 514,58 16,135 3520 34,718 64.0 29.729
4:962 9,:200 4-023 14, 070 3,218 759 7,68 1,285 54.6 2.9 77 194 a t t L ..................... 9 ,962 36,3 0 15,738 55,596 12,286 2,967 30,062 95,9 4. 27.7
1,816 2,334 13.3 683 1.8 3,340 1,110 283 2,675 371 80.1 33.2 40.3 1945 Central of Oeorgia # ........... ..... 1945 1,816 9,447 7.1 2,710 d 2.4 13,505 4,257 1,042 10347 1,793 77.0 31.5 39.0
1,816 2:061676 2 7 01386 7569 3'.9 30 19n9, 1,816 8,818 2,778 12,750 3,653 8o6 9:158 1,76 71.8 28.7
1,942 3,231 16 3 .116.3 98 2,06 427 28.1 24.8 19 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ..................... 1945 1,944 11,676 6.4 723 d 18.7 12,784 4,0oo6 675 8,2 46 1,451 64.5 31. .
1,973 2,777 280 3 153 1,8 16 2:061 22 5 320 27.1 19 1,973 10971 890 12,252 4,058 642 1,195 1:538 66.9 33.3 27.4
6,822 1,264 1.-3 2,644 d 1. 18l118 5,737 1,117 11,886 2,065 65.6 31.7 29.2 19 Illinois Central........................19 4,823 57,1 2.2 10315 12.2 72,29 22,463 4,355 47,06 8,690 6.1 31.1 29.2
6,823 14,079 3,236 18,566 5,558 1,104 11,421 2,660 61.6 30.0 27.4 1966 1944 4,823 56,186 11:749 72,61 227125 6,416 46:493 9,249 64.2 30.5 29.1
756 12,62 5.7 3, 110 g 18.4 16,876 4,84 1,0o40 10,978 1,960 65.1 28.7 31.6 195 Louisville Nashville .................. 1945 4,756 53,019 3.9 1088 d 11.4 70,251 19,533 4,158 44342 8,326 63.1 27.8 31.0
4,745 11,992 3,813 16,900 4,751 1,163 10,701 1,854 63.3 28.1 30.7 19 1944 :745 51,008 14:776 70,031 19,893 4:018 43:123 8174 616 28.
4168 7,92 3.5 3,03 d 19.8 11,703 3,562 645 7,950 1,526 67.9 306 31.3 1945 Seaboard Air Line .................... 1945 ,172 31,799 1.3 13,295 d 10.0 48,203 13,807 2,544 31,11 6,826 64.7 28.6 30.0
4,174 7,663 3,781 12,178 2,887 51 7,310 1,937 60.0 23.7 30.5 1946 1944 4:176 31,405 14:767 49:73 12:013 2,055 29340 7:909 59.5 24.4 29.3
6,505 15,963 4.1 : 6.0 22,30o4 6,402 1,108 13,483 2,813 60.5 28.7 27.6 1965 Southern ................................ 195 6,505 64,910 5.9 20,976 10.0 91,273 24,766 4,218 53,933 11,29 59.1 27.1 27.9
6,513 15,327 21,350 5,888 929 12,797 2,686 59.9 27.6 28.1 1966 1944 6,513 61,280 19,077 85:368 22,852 3,716 50:547 ,49 59.2 26.8 28.8
1,524 2,958 57.2 295 d 34. 3446 1 860 o 105 1,s96 558 55.1 25.0 26.2 1965 Yasoo & Mississippi Valley .............. 194 1,524 10,138 8.5 1,341 d 19.5 12,159 3,359 397 7,380 1,738 607 27.6 28.6
1,524 1,882 450 2,486 733 95 1,749 281 70.3 29.5 36.1 196 1944 1,524 9,339 1,665 11:657 2:967 376 7,252 1,601 62.? 75.4 32.5


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


A Report of receiver or receivers.
Includes Boston & Albany, Lessor to New York Central.
_ Decrease or deficit.









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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


APRIL 1945


FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 1945 AND 1944 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL 1945 AND 1944
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Onerating expenses
Percent Percent Freight Passenger'Netnsr t r
s Freight Ps...senger io iNet Oper m.. inte- tra.e- Ree ro.d, and year DdFreight Passenger Ne Oper- entet t Prcn
leeprecia- way gnnnrna enyear AeraeDepreci-ralwe-ytra
;of road A tion i n- or-a s tin ne pe n miles e e All otron in- r ating he ort5tion
operated Per- Per- eluded oper- ratio e nee expense Per- Pr Total mainte- eluded I ratio expenses expenses
at neose cent cent Total Alnte- in ore Total sting (per- of oper- of oper- fTrAdnt A tt ng (pein ore-ei-comeocen
S t Amount in- Amount tin- nance ceding income cent) tin ting nAmount Amount a in re-e Total tingoe (er-ote- onear
crease crease column I revenues revenues crease crease column j revenues revenues
.)rbla e) (d (e) Icf) (g)p(h) (1) I (. ) (k. I(1 ) 1..) In) lo) P) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) ( (x) ) I) ( a)

(Money Items In thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
8,072 89,881 12.5 $2,804 d 4.7 $14,235 4,757 $1,115 $10,209 $2,259 71.7 33.4 33.2 1945 Chicago & North Western ............................ 1945 8,072 36,490 1.0 11,201 d 1.3 53,02 3 4,2 4,341 7,057 74.8 33.8 3
8,101 8,781 2,942 12,947 4,309 952 9,468 1,581 73.1 33.3 34.4 1944 1944 8,101 36,131 11,350 52,689 16,64 3,560 37,821 7,603 71.8 31.7 ; .8
1,500 2,161 3.4 160 d 39.8 2,516 727 102 1,792 243 71.2 28.9 36. 1945 Chicago Great Western .............................. 1945 1,500 8479 .5 754 d 23.3 10,003 2,853 49 ,187 961 1.8 28.5 37
1,500 2,091 265 2,54o 636 89 1,689 286 66.5 25.0 35.5 1944 1945 1,500 8,436 983 10,180 2,623 340 6,913 1,114 7.9 25.8 36.
10,722 13,786 7.9 2,360 d 7.6 18,544 7,015 1,186 14,296 2,314 77.1 37.8 33.5 1945 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific # ........... 1945 10,722 57,241 2.8 9,399 d 4.6 74,138 24,284 4,740 53,721 9,839 2.5 32.8 34.3
10,722 12,777 2,554 17,053 5,501 957 12411 2,523 72.8 32.3 35.1 1944 1944 10,736 55,698 9,855 71,859 21,278 3,774 9,661 10,14 69.1 29.6 34.3
1,617 1,665 1.6 336 6.4 2,192 611 125 1,621 329 74.0 27.9 40.5 1945 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & omaha ............. 1945 ,617 6,743 d 2.8 1,336 1.0 8,824 2,503 503 6,696 1,153 75.9 28.4 42.0
1,617 1,639 316 2,145 658 115 1,748 208 81.5 30.7 45.3 1944 1944 1,617 6,935 1,323 9,024 2,529 490 6,966 1,056 77.2 28.0 43.9
546 3,613 35.6 4 d 19.9 4 130 919 348 1,780 2,o84 43.1 22.3 19.7 1945 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ....................... 1945 546 4,181 29.6 21 3.2 4,814 3,660 1,390 5,497 d 1.086 114.2 76.0 34.2
545 2,665 5 3,087 861 346 1,565 1,299 50.7 27.9 21.3 19 1941 545 3,226 21 3,782 3,597 1,38 5,270 d 139.4 951 39.8
8.372 1,829 d 4.2 1,506 .3 16,494 6,464 1,321 11,636 1,700 70.5 39.2 27.2 1945 Great Northern ..................................... 1945 8,372 48,832 d 4.8 ,711 7.6 58,869 23,667 ,327 44,188 5,709 751 .2 30.1
8,372 14,432 1,590 17,125 5,908 1,212 10,977 2,223 64.1 33.9 26.2 1944 1941 8,373 51,298 6,177 61,491 21,273 9,723 42,192 7,085 68.6 34.6 29.7
3,224 1,490 d39.4 125 d 11.6 1,768 685 101 1,544 114 87.4 38.8 44.0 1945 Minneapolis, St. ul & Sault Ste. Marie ........... 1945 3,224 5,592 564 d 4.1 6,740 2 6 507 6353 7 94.3 42.2 46.0
3,219 2,457 141 2,735 760 147 1,703 853 62.3 27.8 30.4 1944 1944 3219 8,755 588 -- 9,878 2,934 588 6,36 2,360 69.2 29.7 35.0
6,67 8,724 d 7. 1,322 d 24.2 11,o6 4,654 1,222 9,032 1,322 81.7 42.1 33.3 194 Northern Pacific .................................. ..1945 6 867 35,978 d 5.2 d 13.1 45,757 11,36 4,905 35,809 ,925 78.3 39.0 32
6,867 9,461 1,743 12,17 4,095 1,022 8,532 1,675 70.1 33.6 30.1 194 1944 6,867 37,969 ,76 48,701 1,105 3,959 33,963 6,753 9.7 33.1 30.
1,130 1,643 d 3.2 67 d 17.4 1,860 471 99 1,293 444 69.5 25.3 37.0 19495 Wisconsin Central # ................................ 1945 1,130 5,821 d 8.6 263 9.6 6,637 1,950 393 5,183 856 78.1 29.4 42.
1,122 1,696 81 1,914 531 104 1,285 483 67.1 27.7 35.0 19 194194 1,122 6,371 291 7,133 2,136 418 5,303 1,103 74.3 29.9 39.
959 2,100 31.14 665 d 8.6 3,142 9403Central WesternReg959ion 8,7q3 11.6 2,551 d 12.1 12,725 3,272 378 8,338 i,866 65,5 25.7 3 .4
959 2,426 31.4 665 8.6 3,429 946 103 2,186 530 63.7 27.6 30.3 194 Alton # ............................................ 194 959 ,73 11.6 2,55 12.1 12,725 3,272 378 8,338 1,866 655 25.7 3.
959 1,826 727 1,049 68 2,292 178 78.9 36.1 35.7 194 19 959 7,8:3 2,904 12,025 3,272 239 8,21 1,534 68.3 27.2 3.5
13,115 31,90 19.7 8300 d9.2 43,343 13,895 3,189 27,527 4,203 63.5 32.1 28.4 1945 Atchison, Topeka & Santa FeA/ .....................1945 13,115 131,676 20.2 33488 d 89 177,34 52,886 12,673 o6,62 18,644 601 29. 27.3
13,123 26,651 9,140o 38,945 11,642 2,547 2o,011 4,050 61.7 29.9 28.5 1944 1944 13,123 109,536 36,589 157,922 43,852 9,750 92,829 16,167 58.8 27.8 27.8
8,986 15,621 21. 2,702 d 18.5 20,028 5922 1,265 1,777 2,325 58.8 29.6 2.9 194 Chicago, Burlington & uincy....................... 1945 8,987 63447 11.6 11,66 d 11.2 82,000 21,748 5121 45,151 11,327 55.1 26.5 24.5
8,991 12,828 3,317 17,816 56149 992 11,365 1,-55 63.8 31.7 27.1 1944 109 9,991 56,864 13,070 76110o 20,8S2 3,896 44.333 8,952 58.0 27.3 26.2
7,749 11,702 20.2 3 224 d 12.9 16,115 4,637 822 10,307 1,785 64.0 28.8 29.3 1945 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific # ................... 1945 7,749 47,263 15. 12,824 d 8,5 64,857 17,268 3,187 39,762 8,997 61. 26.6 28.9
7,751 9,733 3 687 14,591 4,0o26 689 9,415 2,o28 64.5 27.6 30.2 1944 1944 7,751 14o,966 14,o14 59,560 15,181 2,694 36,703 9,387 61.5 25.5 29.7
2,386 5,8 19.7 709 d 18.8 6,306 1,789 461 3,800 76o 60.3 28.4 27.3 1945 Denver & Rio Grase Western ...................... 1915 2,386 19,754 8.1 2,734 d 16.1 23,56 7,207 1,816 15,253 4,163 65.0 30.7 29.
2,391 4,o 873 -- 5:576 1,869 391 3,798 1,426 68.1 33.5 29.3 1944 1944 2,397 18,227 3,257 22,48 7,165 1,725 15,226 4:512 67.9 31.9 30.7
8,247 28,245 6.1 7,9:41 d 16.0 39,763 13,034 2,267 28,461 3,066 71.6 32.8 31.8 1945 Southern Pacific Company b/ ....................... 1945 8,247 113,077 2.9 32,085 d 11.6 159,154 53,069 8,811 114,56 12,156 72.2 33.3 31.9
8:263 26,619 9450 39,256 13,238 2,0o86 27,978 2,813 71.3 33.7 30.5 19414 1944 8,263 109,904 36,294 158,990 51,988 8,332 111,907 12,766 70.4 32.7 30.9
9,781 30,41 10o.o 7,010 d 10.1 4O,34 13,414 21,71 26,979 2,646 66.9 333 27.8 1945 Union Pacific ...................................... 195 9,781 1 16 4.3 27,342 d 8.9 159,444 51,203 8,096 106,066 11,495 66.5 32.1 28.3
90762 27: O1 7,802 37,962 12,997 7 2639 94 69.5 32 2.9 194 194 972 114,3O6 30,00oo4 155,935 51,678 6,905 107,175 10,920 68.7 33.1 s9.5
3.253 ,8014 18.1 878 9d 16.6 7,253 2,520 184 5,043 672 69.5 34.7 29.0 194 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ........................ 1945 3,253 23,198 22.8 3,789 10.8 29,304 9,745 737 19,697 2,792 67.2 33.3 2.6
3,253 4,914 1,053 6,453 2,416 182 4,820 349 74.7 37.6 31.4 194 1944 3,278 18,885 4,248 25,111 8,238 701 17,585 2,819 70.c 32.8 31.3
7,082 14,529 6.3 2,552 d30.6 18,594 5,076 963 11200 2637 60.2 27.3 28.4 1945 Missouri Pacific #................................. 195 7,082 58,3 2.8 11511 d 18.0 75,14 19,000 3,89 43536 ,20 577 22 28.2
7,097 13,671 3,676 18,636 852 884 11,049 2,45 59.3 26. 28.6 1944 19 7,097 56813 14,043 76129 1,627 344 43,869 11,164 57.62 2.7
1,884 4,634 5.1 1,203 d 35.9 6,445 1,738 198 3,717 686 577 27.0 24.: 1945 Texas & Pacific .................................... 1945 1,88 18,505 7.2 5,710 d 18.6 26,44 7,045 766 14,946 2,668 56.5 26.6 24.2
1,8814 14,807 1,877 82 1826 182 3,816 51 55.9 2.8 23. 1944 419 1,884 17,263 7,015 26,562 7,432 725 15,174 2,252 57.1 28.0 23.3
4645 ,187 9.9 1671 d 15.8 9,625 2,973 497 6658 1,438 69.2 30.9 32.9 1945 St. Louis-Sen Francisco # ....................... 194 4,646 28,200 8.2 6,873 d 10.9 38,142 11,559 1,990 25,861 598 67.8 30.3 32.1
1984 9165 3,261 477 6,633 1,145 72.4 35.6 31.7 1944 194 4,656 26,075 7,716 36,417 11,927 1,84 26,008 5,156 71.1 32.8 33.2
160 293 d.15 48 84.5 352 o 4 204 33 58.1 19.9 32.8 1945 St. Louas-San Francisco & Texas ...................... 1945 160 1,064 d 13,6 162 29.7 1,263 263 17 775 114 61.3 20.8 34.5
159 295 26 329 63 5 183 31 55.8 19.2 31.2 1944 1944 159 1,231 125 1,387 254 l 725 162 52.3 18.3 28.7
1,607 5,919 15.2 196 d 43.0 6,289 1,302 182 2,995 894 47.6 20.7 23,1 1945 St. Louis Southwestern Lines # ..................... 1945 1,607 23,483 17.9 1,093 d 11,1 25,262 4,922 725 11,435 3,801 45 19.9 21.9
1,6o7 5,139 343 5,612 1,165 150 2,752 785 49.0 20.8 24.1 1944 1944 1,607 19,921 1,229 21,675 4,555 591 10,742 3,04o 49. 21.0 24.5
4,327 8,054 2.2 1,885 d 23.8 10,639 2,910 339 6,392 1,118 60.1 271.4 27.8 1945 Texas & New Orleans ................................ 1945 4,0 31,995 d2. 7,801 d17,0 42343 11,606 1,360 25,239 4,498 59.6 27.1 27.
4,341 7,883 2,474 10,926 2,932 315 6,273 1,484 57.4 26.8 25.7 1944 1944 4,4 1 32,847 9,401 44,620 11,008 1,263 24,359 5,874 54.6 4.7 25.


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
Include amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
I/ Includes Atchleon, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
_/ Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
A Decrease or deficit,


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