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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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statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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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: AA00015604:00057
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

II 11 I 1 I I II 1 11 I II t I I I II I I
3 1262 08731 0230 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


UNWV. OF FL LiT.O





U.S DEPC 1TORY


Statement No. M-150
JUNE 1945


FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE 1945 AND 1944 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE 1945 AND 1944
Operating revenues Operating expensese- e Operating revenues Operating expenses
SFreight Passenger Percent Percent F reight Passenger Percent Percent
o-road ati-on in-- railway ating canoe portation Region, road, and year Average Depreci- railway ating nance portation
operated perPer- Alil eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses of road Per-P-TAll l Toper-aratiotexpenses ooper-
at close cent cent al a i in pre- Total ating (per- of oper- of oper- operated cen t cent ain pre- To e n atinger
of month Amount n Amount nance eing Income cent) atitin atng AmountAmg in- nc e -oe
S I in I . . I in II n c I ce di ga gI -I -c d i ngI r e ve ~ ou t. .i. .. t t n u e s ~
crease crease column revenues revenuesse crease column revenues revenue
-(a) (b) I(c) I d(d-I)()W)10-(C)- (fI -- I (h)I -I L-( . W (k) I() (m,_I. I(n) (o) () (a) (r) (L) (tl(u)(v. (w) ((x)e(e)z)r(n)
(Money Items In thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
198,9838 $552,52 4.7 142015 -d 4.6 $77,844 $229,593 43,688 $493,615 $6,49020 66.o 30.7 30.6 195 Total-Roads listed herein ................. 1945 198,863 3,191,482 3.2 8764,150 d 6.8 4,262,687 $1,317,076 $258,422 $2,911,25 $476,825 68.3 30.9 32.5
199,01 527,614 ig 727,510 220,007 3,304 472,233 89,020 64.9 30.2 29.9 1944 New England Region: 1 199,124 3,091,556 819,457 -- 4,201,649 1,264,722 226,050 2,805,245 488,139 66.8 30.1 31.8
9 25 i. i,9 0. 7044 ,35 426 5,172 832 73-. 3. 1 5 29,731 d 2.0 942,721 14,922 2,w4 32,90E n 3, 7
1,789 4,588 d 10. 10.9 7,o 2,357 3118 5,250 986 70.6 31.3 35.2 19, Boston & Maine ..........................19. 14..1,789 629731 d 2.0 9,126 .7 4326721 14,922 202 03 4,9838 7. .0 3.34". 9 .
1,19 5:1'4- 1n15 744 o 2,329 32 8 5,250 996 7o,6 31:3 35.0 19144 1914 1,819 30,32b 9,058 43,286 14,217 2,068 32,o6o 4,794 74.1 32.S 35.9
1838 ,7d 9.6 6,33 05 I 2,253 647 .7 19 New York, ew Haven AHartford # ........ 1945 38 59 46 da6. 36 6 1.9 9622 25,237 5,578 62,607 6 .2 5
19,36,060151010 4:4, 0o 12,253 631.3G t e n81,939o36:,Z3o7 62,27 12,132 67.6 27.6
1037 1 27.719 4 New 36o, 92,0322 5,32872607 9y 6. 2.
846 3,513 d.3 197 13.2 4,133 1,69 341 313 5472 7275 3 0 32.9 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 194 8467 22,491__d 6.1 2. 25, 93 2 31 9 ;7 7 3 3.
8116 3,82E5 174 4,119 1,581 33112 3,09 581 75.2 38:4 32.8 1M194 4 7 8469 6.:04 25:693 9,02 0971 702,544 729.1 38.8 3 6.
973 5,141 2.3 94 2.9 676 1,992 4 4,go d 72 72.1 24 38. 19 Delaware, Laokawanna & Western .......... 194 29,62 2 77. 29.5
9 7 2 366 1 9969 ) . . 2 9 3 1 9 & w9 7 3 2 9 1 5 2 d 3 95 3 0 4 1 .5 3 8 0 5 1 1 1 2 1 4 2 5 1 4. 2 9 ,6 2 0 2 0 7 7 2 9 5 4 .
973 5,025 1....... 1,5 731.29 7. 6.
9 5 ,5 9 65 1754 3 4,624 1 699.5 26.24 3N. 14 94 973 30,325 5,226 39,291 10o,704 2,196 28:624 4:43 72.9 27.2 4.
2,24 11,288 1.4 1,222 12.0 13,392 3,65 o 5 19 Erie .................................... .19 2,2 64939 d 5.9 ,556 d 8.5 75,326 21,110 424 5967 66 3.0 2.
1,222,1312.09 13,392 3,65 23 9,041 1,775 : 27.3 35.1 4 2,2.........1135 6 61 0 ~
22 111 1091 13,09 3,689 9,001 3,731 6. 28.1 35.2 194 2, 24 69,013 ,075 79,951 20,998 3,648 54:112 10,865 7.7 26.3 364
1,0o26 2,53 7.0 d 116 3,09 1,1o1 161 2,50 39 1.0 36.8 39 19 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 195 1,026 1,50 5.5 1,837 d 5 1,573 6351 970 14,593 2,466 7.6 3.2 39.6
S294 151 2,307 3 77.3 34.5 37.9 19 19 1,026 1,762 1,935 17,857 5,891 899 13,33 2,651 76.3 33.0 38.5
1,260 5,709 d 22.7 704 .5 6,83 2,069 570 ,12 d 41 73 .4 30.3 37. ig Lehigh Valley ........................... 1944 1 26o 35,36 d 182 3,747 d 12.6 ,98 1,60 3,12 33,227 1,924 79.2 32.4 4.6
1,26o 7,3,5 704 8,539 2,619 552 6,007 1,00 70.4 30.7 35.7 194 1944 1,260 43,459 4286 50,362 14,796 3,24o0 35,529 5,153 70.5 29.:4 37.1
10,74 39,179 .2 16,188 ad 11.4 61,636 19,519 3,841 43,807 6,310 1.1 31-7 34.4 19' New York Central / ..................... 194 10,749 228,920 a 3.2 ,46 9.0 344230 116,5 22,9 265,622,771 772 33. 38.2
10,746 39,099 18,266 63,373 19,212 3,236 42,432 7,858 67.0 30.3 32.0 1944 1 4 10 746 236b432 89,593 358,505 113,456 19,87 25935 34200 72.3 3135.8
1,688 7,9527 6 316 d5.9 7 2,16 4,o6205 1 0 5 65.7 35.3 307 19 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ........... 1945 1687 461 d 2.3 1,530 33.1 49,028 14,052 3,346 31,590 9,468 64.4 28.7 31.2
1 ,6' 7 9 73699, 1 7 2,1 7 Z9. 5 2091840 5 9 .165.7 30.29o.719 IM1 6:72 12 2 5,3
7,7 4,978 9O 59.1 25.3 29.5 194 19 1,688 47, 2,288 50,807 12,334 2,584 30,032 5,638 59.1 24.3 30.7
1,9 4',176 d.3 36 d 1.8 4,793 1,91 3V 375 57 78.4 3Z .6 353 19 Pere Marquette .......................... 1945 1,949 26,007 3.6 1,667 d 11.5 28,876 0,o61 2,222 21,960 3,970 76.1 34.836.0
,195313 1539 3,7 7 73-. -93. 53-7 I P i 2 1 9625,1O2128,5 74.1 33.9
1,4 4,795 1,672 361 3,538 374 73.8 3.9 33.7 19 1944 1,974 25,112 1,885 28,207 9,551 2,011 21,026 2,292 74.5 33.9 35.3
229 2, 26 2 l22 118 d 3,083 1,366 2 7 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................. 1945 229 1,2 6 .__ 16,734 7,707 2,080 14,315 2,89 85.5 46.1 33.
29 280892 ..309 134 ~ 2152 531 79.6 44.-134 Pitb 30 Lk Ei..........................229 5,192-.d, 5.4 630 .3d200 .269 4.
229 2 120 3,019 1,43 38 2,42 770 79.6 44. 30 19 1944 229 1 ,371 633 -- 17,552 7,530 1,947 14,023 2,88:1 79.9 42.9 31.8
2,393 6634 2.5 1,031 12.6 8,172 2,270 392 5206 731 63.7 27.8 30 194 Wabash ................................. .1945 2,393 41,12 6.3 51 d 4.2 49,912 12 3 2326 3434 4,96 610 24.8 30
2,393 6,473 916 7,853 2,020 352 4,832 737 61.5 25.7 305t 1944 1944 2,393 39,417 5,377 47,553 11,785 1,986 28,7C455 60.4 24.830.5
61 27:548 d 1 4605 335;9 11162 1590 23681 3,759 70.5 33.2 323 19 Baenlti rel & Ohio ........................ 194 6 12 158,891 1.8 24,997 2.9 193,9 6242 9,479 14o,191 22,958 72.3 33.1 3.1
6:145 28 3934,213 12,145 1,394 24,325 3,849 71.0 35.5 30.9 194419 6:140 156,059 24,291 189,7X 65:846 8,167 138,268 22,910 72.9 34.7 33.3
654 4 ,191 1.6 618 .6 5,0_ ,_7 31 9919
55 4 ,1 127 .6 61 .6 5,0 1,27 31 3,552 699 697 28.0 37 19 Central of New Jersey # ................. 194 654 24,741 d 1.2 3,478 d 1.5 30,11 8,324 1,987 21,771 3,421 72.3 27.6 40.0
318231927 1,92222,270676.o029.5
427 3 3 499 71. 28.3 38.5 19 19 6655 25,051 3,529 30,429 8927 122 23,133 2270 76.0 29.3 42.5
912 1,936 79 6o4 d 3.L 2,756 803 98 1,931 23 70.1 29.1 34.8 1945 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .............. 1945 912 11,213 d 7.0 3,388 d 7. 16,001 4,640 530 11,350 1,514 70. 29.0 35.3
912 2,099 627 2,956 893 83 2,063 346 69.8: 30.2 33.1 194 1944 912 12,055 3,673A 17,225 4,752 498 11,959 1,966 69.4 27.6 35.8
392 2,153 d 16.0 - 2,572 1,147 467 2,230 76 86.7 44.6 38.9 1945 Elgin, Jolet & Eastern .................1945 392 1682 5.6 - 18,132 6,292 2,804 12,985 2,248 7..6 34.7 34.2
392 2,5b2 .2,955 1,012 437 2,079 311 70.3 34.2 3.3 1944 144 392 14845 17,120 6,134 2,597 12,805 1,525 74. 35.8 36.1
376 1,114 d 1.2 2,902 12.0 4,223 1,065 192 2,805 67 66.4 22 9.0 19 Long Island ..............376 7,071 42 3.9
7...................................9 ,7,071 d,1.1 11 J4221,613 6,140 1,14 16,626 1,063 76.9 28.14 6.
376 1,128 2,590 3,899 1,083 183 2,760 32 70.8 2 1.2 %19 14 376 7150 12;:43 21,o6 6.793 1.094 16,946 390 90.5 32.3 .1
10112 56 14 22o,096 .4 676 25,9 307 4 63,020 9 59 74 4 30.6 39.2 19 Pennsylvania ............................ 1945 10,112 332,845 d 1.6 123,27 d 2.9 494,597 14,684 25,227 378,303 52,062 76.5 30.1 4.7
0,099 58,3 22,o00 86,99 25,921 3984 61,182 10,010 70.4 29.8 36.2 19s44 194 10,101 338,328 127,017 501,531 151,954 23,580 370,178 52,672 73.8 30.3 39.0
1,367 8,677 4.1 o4 6.2 10,027 349 793 699 1,472 69 34.7 31.8 194I Reading................................. 1945 1,67 49,61 d 2. 5,356 59 57,569 19,462 4,602 41,33 7, 1.9 33.8
1,410 8,331 851 9,605 3,367 20 6,3 1,227 67. 35.1 29.3 1944 19 1,413 50,837 5,057 58,539 18,305 3,598 39,922 7,61 68.2 31.3 34.0
Pocahontas Region:
3,077 15,690 d .8 1,774 d 13.7 18,174 6,396 1,965 12,242 2,632 67.4 35.2 27.6 1945 Chesapeake & Ohio ....................... 1945 3,076 93,537 .3 9,14o d 24.4 106,307 37,555 11,149 72,564 16,024 68.3 35.3 28.3
3,073 15,824 2,055 18,562 5,783 1,588 i 11,24o 2,826 60.6 31.2 25.2 194 144 3,073 93,285 12,105 109,116 33.965 9,423 67,201 16,674 61.6 31.1 26.0
2 16 '11,02 d 76 1 27 d 17.7 12,679 4,oo4 1,255 7, 2 2 592 '3.5 19 Norfolk & Western ....................... 194 2,158 ,o4 4.4 6,660 d 21.9 80,06 24,271 7,547 45,840 12,779 57.3 30.3 23.1
2,5 ,3 :6 39o 402 1,201 2,053 1945............. _.__23.
15 11,932 2,234 53.3 28.8 2Sote.n Re 1947 2,154 6go54 8,532 79,074 24,534 7,099 45,032 12,959 56.9 31.0 22.0
Southern Region:
92'J 93 8', d 12.6_ 33 7729 0 A6 t138 4'274 l94 ,7'61 16 76-9 31.6 34.. 4 199 Atlantic Coast Line ..................... 19 4,935 52,36 2 20,938 d 9. 78,09 24, 74 5309 52,439 5,125 67.1 31.7 30.8
9 75 1215 333 70 777 26 59.9 2.0 29. 19 194 4,962 54,097 23,112 82,15 18,967 ,507 5,58 8,63 55.5 23.1 28.1
1,816 2,266 8 .2 72 d 3,2,. 10 285 2,478 33.0 1911 201 617601,18165,' ":
1S,16 2266 ---* 2 1 3, 29 1,0 2325 2,47 5 75.5755 38 3:? 5.: 19 Central of Georgia .................... 1;4 1,,16 1,111 5.3 4 4.2 20,462 6,476 ,61 461 075 75.6 31.6
1,816 2,272 738 3,274 929 214 2,3078 7 70:5 2 5.1IU 1 194 Ct 816 13,398 4,202 19,311 5,515 1,215 13,783 3,051 71.4 28.6 32
1,941 2,946 .9 305 21.9 3,364 1,095 1 o,227 4.
191 946 9 305 21.9 3,364 1 1 22 4 65 325 26. 19 Gulf, Mobile Ohio ..................... 1945 1,943 1800 7. 7 1,237 9.0 19,86 6,150 1,014 12,643 2,2 63.4 31.0 26
1,973 2,920 250 3,276 1,08 19 2,1:9 450 66 33.1 26. 19 1944 1973 16,724 1,360 18,704 6,192 997 12,504 2369 66.9 33.1 27.
4,822 15,530 11.1 3,222 d 5.7 19,929 6,34 1,116 12,558 2,668 63.0 31.9 26.7 194 Illinois Central ........................ 194 4823 87,785 3.1 16,179 d 13.0 110,956 34,817 6,587 71,921 13,384 64.8 31.4
4,823 13,974 3,417 18,567 6,0:4 1,124 11,865 2,147 63.9 32.6 27.1 1944 1944 4:823 85,132 18,60o4 110,633 34,239 6652 70,483 14055 63.7 30.9 28.
4,75 13,340 2.7 3335 d 2.4 17,824 5 ,081 1,'o 11,518 2,15 646 28.5 31.7 19 Louisville & Nashville .................. 194 4,75 81,050 4.7 19,502 d 14.6 106,913 29,819 6,261 67,457 12,698 63.1 27.9 30.9
4,7 12,989 4,192 18,258 4,799 996 11,025 2,4o 60.4 26.3 29.5 1944 1944 4,745 77,386 22,830 106,597 29,653 6oo008 65,225 12,;4 61.2 27.8 28.9
4,168 6,782 d 4.6 3,077 d 11.8 10,550 3,428 655 7,41 1,479 .3 32.5 31.0 19 Seaboard Air Line ...........17 46,424 19,24 d 10.8 70,214 20,993 35 9,74 66.7 29.9 30.5
4174 7,111- 3,49 11,304 3,224 525 7,294 1,792 .5 s. 325 29.5 194 a d Air Line 4....................1944 41751 46736 21,581 72,826 18,585 31 44204 11,628 60.7 25.5 29.2
6 15,7 88 33 4,363 6,5 1,064 13,376 2,292 62.3 3.1 27.9 19 Souter................................ 19. 5 6,505 97,417 5.3 30,044 2.7 135,557 37,626 6,345 80,923 l6,42 59.7 278 27.8
A, 5 S3o u t h e rn3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 o19 4 6. 703 9, 2 6 35 7 6 5 4.9 2 2 7 0 7 .
651 15,279 5,115 21,592 5,9 932 12,767 2:635 59.1 27.5 27.3 1 1944 6,513 92:499 29,26o 129,214 34,912 5,578 76,546 16,566 59.2 27.0 28.4
1,52 111s96 d2. 35 d 1 84 lO 1,819 d 4 2.6 o29
1,524 1,889 -2 40 d 2,4 9o4 O2 1,90 d 44 ?75. 6 4 44 l9 azoo & MlesisipiV al ley ................ 194 1,24 4 5 11.9 1,987 d21.3 17,812 5,087 6o9 11,181 2,080 62.8 28.6 29.8
1152 1:89 2_____ g______ 90 102 1905 77 39 31 19 194 1,524 13,299 2,525 16,776 4,680 572 11,038 2,084 65.8 27.9 33.6


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


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






INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS JUNE 1945


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS
FOR THE MONTH OF JUNEI 1945 AND 1944 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE 1945 AND 1944-
Operating revenues Operating expenses Percent Percent Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Freight Passenger Depreoca- Net Oper- malnte- trans- Depreci --- -perce tren
of road tion In- railway ating nanoe portation Region, road, and year Average freight Passenger Deprec- ot Oper- ainte- tran
oradAll lude ope- ratio expenses expenses mileesAli orlon in- railway atn
operated Per- Per- Total m d Total sting (per- of oper- of oper- of road Pe- Pe Total aint- luded Total oper- rato peo pen
at close cent cent odin income cent) sti sting operated mount Amount n-
of month Amount in- Amount in- nnin pro-uncoeeenue rense creae cedig revometc e nuesanreveaiges
crease crease olumn revenues revenues clumn revenue revenue
creaseareas*column
(a) (b)_(a) (d) (e) (f) (W) (h) (1) ( I M( 1)kI I , (n) (a) (p) W(() (r) () (t) (u) (v) (w)W Cx) ) C (as)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
,0o65 $9 ,9 5.5 $3,532 .7 114, 961 #,891 $1,16 10, 4g # 2,086 69.6 32.7 31."9 19 hicgo & North Western. ............................. 19 g,070 $5 6,552 2.6 *17932, .3 $3,663 27,891. $6,254 $61,166 ,145 .1 3.3 3.
8,7 9, 3,509 1125 4,530 1, 9 0 .680 2 041 68.1 31.9 31.2 1M9 19 ,093 55,117. 17, 0,752 25,722 5, 32 57,351 11,850o 719 3.
2,02 d 2.2 292 24.6 2, 101 1;79 236 29.8 : 1 194 Chicago Great Western 7 ..............................1... 1,5 07o 12 7 1 ,5 ;321| o1 ,0321:4 : .
151803 1,50 0 12 .2 71 12 .1 560 10 60
89 1,81 259 72. 29.8 3 1 19 19 1,500 12, 1 441,4 58 10, 6 36.
10,722 13,712 3,20 1,720 ,6 13, 7 72.7 3 2:9 92 ; 44 ic, .0 a3&Paif .6............. 1.9 20 0 ;
209970o5714.2 7 32.1 110,731 83,1o0 157 109,036 34,47 5,711 15,245 70. 1
1,617 1,691 5.0 421 11.3 2,324 726 126 1,754 269 75.53 31.2 3 19419 1,617 10,103 2,11 2. 13,38g4 3,943 75 6 10 ,176 1,693 76.0 29. .
1i617 161o 379 2.,18 700 116 1759 24 7 8o0.1 32.0 1. s19441 19114 1,61-...............7 10,153 2.,053 363 3,97 721 10,117 1,530 78.2 292 13.5
5146 4 634 d 7. 6 a6 50 5,914 3 1,s916 1,889 3.6 17.3 17.3 19 Duluth, issab & Iron Range ........................4 546 13,643 3.4 31 .7 15,794 5 70 286 9,397 3 35.3 2
6 5,0 6 5835 96 1981 2,110 3.0 15.9 16.2 1914914 545 13,192 31 15,359 5,:71 2,076 9,181 3,19 59 35. 22.0
8,372 17593 10.1 1, 1.1 20,9 6,142 1,31 11,914 3,026 56.9 30.7 22.9 19 4 OGreat Northern.. .................................... 194 ,372 82,227 .4 91 98.6 ,695 36,398 7962 68,61 1, 179 6. 28
8,372 15,0973 13,8 19,4 6,141 1,216 11,318 2,759 58.8 31.9 23.3 1944 1944 8,373 81,903 9,899 9 8,418 33,880 7,138 65,062 12,;0062 661 27
3,2214 2,323 1.9 17 4.8 2,670 925 105 1,0 429 71.4 314.7 32.4 19445 Minneapolis, St. Paul, &Sault Ste. Marie............. 1945 3,224 10,029 d 2.1 875 d 2.0 11,88 14,5314 719 10,008 95 84. 4.
3,219 2,280 18 2,605 877 14 1,871 537 71.9 33.7 33.9 1944 19114 3,219 13,383 ,93 15,120 14,718 881 10o,591 3,411 70.0 31.2 31.3
6,8' 910,3 8.2 1,937 d 7.1 13,9o 14,836 1,262 916 2,000 68.1 314.6 28.2 1945 Northern Pacific .................................. 19 6,869 57,525 d 1.0 93 12.7 72 970 278,635 39 ,67 9,852 6 37.9 3
6,8 O,88 2,013 13, 37 ,13 1, ,6 2146 64.5 32.1 271. 194 97: 58, 016 1o:10 75, 1;077 2148570,996 51,41 7 o 657
,, ,' 44, 6,867 107 7507 ,,,5 5,86 51.5 O,5 33 .1 ;
1o 1,682 .8 141 16.6 1,972 143 100 1,210 432 61,3 22.1 3:7 191 Wisconsin Central o*...... ..................... 1,130 123. 476 d 4.3 10 ,46o 2,866 604 7673 143 73 2 3
1,12 1,669 121 1,938 6 105 1370 215 70.7 31.14 39 191 Ct411 19s. n.. 1,122 9,27953 6498 11,o68 3,348 627 8010 1,8:"05 72.6 30.2 3. 7.
Central Western Region: 9 ,795
959 2,181 9.7 14 d 114.9 3,363 979 122 2,2714 1476 6.6 29.1 32.4 194 Alton........................................19115 959 13,213 1.9 4094 d 12.1 9,1425 5,225 634 12,906 2,768 66
959 1,988 992 3,302 917 77 2,154 268 646 27.8 30:4 1914 1941 959 11,810 14,657 1, :455 5,035 388 12,303 2,253 66.7 27.3 32.9
13.11; 31,5 0 5- 5. 10,2,, 10,l11 5520248 d 2.3 2,653 1,915 213234 29,090 6,0719 55-3 28.3 214.5 14 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe / ..................... 13,115 2111"7 24.1 d 8.022,088 83,213 19,0 16,6 3,72 .7 9.5 26.1
10,45515,000 12,353 2,686 25,227 14,56 1 27.5 25.9219519,413,13 170, 393 57,9 245,415 69,419 15,14 1039 214,793 58.3 27.3
964 16,586 12.7 2 d159 21,293 6,641 1,272 12,69 2,1 '4 96 31.2 2:1 1 Chicago, Burlington & quincy9.........................9... 981 971480 12.9 d7,a,11.9 125,1460 35.17,67 g:26
8,91 1 7 3:510 19,855 6,144 1,057 12,513 1,629 63.3 33-5 25. 1919 8,199.7,317"19,4 115,:960 33,95" 9 59.72:695.
l23.5 125." d 1 821126 9. 19145 g,991 '2031' 991.1596 39 61,280 11401, 7 -. 25.,
,7 12, 13.6 3,71 d 17368 2,1890 9,26 ,377 62.9 2275 19 Chicago, ock Island & Pacific .................... 7,7 1,2017 15.5 20,217 d.2 99,11 27,261 4,833 61,2 14, 61.6 ,
10,92 3,51L15,960 Z:366 727 9,696 2,18 60.7 .27.14 1944-7,751 2,345 21,550 90,862 23,751 4,111 56,Oi l114,394 61
2,386 6,211 43.7 1,032 18.14 790 1,841-4.60 14,107 1,5142 1.5 214.4 25.8 19 Denver & Rio Grands Western #....................195 2,386 2217.8 4,635 d 6. 38,29 100 2,748 23,284 7,117 6.6 1
2,391 1,32 872 5: 218 o419 4,10 805 7:3 38. 30.944 2,395 271495 3,77 o11,1 2566 23,150 7,6 68.
a,24 31,431 8.2 2.6 44,,910 12,932 2,22 29,24 3,761 65.1 28.8 30.0.9. Southern Pacific Company .....................1914 8,247 176,296 3.34 6.6 2148,89 79,206 1j,263 13,562 1900 6 1.8
141,758 13:221 2,100 28,196 3,621 6 .5 31.7 29.2 19 194 8,263 170,621 9:80 24480 7,720 1 562 16883o19,55 90 3
781 3,698 27.6 48,74 3 .3 47 6146 13,229 2,55 27714 4,40 82 27.8 2.3: 19 Union Pacific....................................... 194 9,781 la8,986 10.3 41781 d 4.2 252 12,209 161 64
9,782 2966 8,:203 39,238 12,1447 1,2 25,6682,6782 45.4 31.7 26 19114 e1944 9,782 171,361 46,181 235,165 77,20 1iO,162 159.085 16,9814 67,6 32.8 28,6
1,183 d 14.3 ~Southwestern Region: 313___
3,253 6,2 8.9 1,1 2,696 5,173185 267.650 339 26.3587o192-an...,6in6es.................6,0.
3,253 5 7P2 1,39"175 1 512 6 5.0 3.. 1...............93 3,31, 18.7 9 d11 45,199 15,O68 1,1 30,086 3,72 366
6,2,5143145,96 393 655.3 33.5 1271- 93, 0 63014 ,792 39,900 13,323 1,051 27,527 3, 174 69
7,082 14,701 4-3 2,752 d 18,19i 5,275 964 11,575 2,252 61.2 2Z 288 194 Missouri Pacific #..................................191 7,082 88,516 4.5 16,698 d22.0 113,67 29,534 5,776 66,919 16,399 58.9 26.0 28.1
7,097 1,092 3,585 19,0014 5,015 886 llo06 2,238 58.2 26 27. 1944 19 7,097 84 ,690 21,141 110,012 28,687 5,218 66,312 15,983 58.2 25.2 28.5
Ig :76 22.3 1,682 d r 7,6018 1,7718 19 3851 ,0909 ~ 214.2 19~4 Texas & Pacific......................................9 ,8 2,5 02 9,00 14,48 l0,6 1,11414 22 96 14,532 57. 60 1.
1, 3,A 2 .1,781 6,2520 1,877 180 38 528 59. 23.9 19t 19g 1,8814 25,450 10,626 39,:466 11, 141 1,087 22,:31 3,382 3 28.2 23.3
4,64 7.2 1,843 d 314.4 9,977 3,102 6,788 1,1434 68.0 31.1 3117 St. Louis-San Francisco # ..................19145 1,646 43,212 7.9 10,1493 d 11.6 58,282 17,670 2,989 39,67 8,1 67.
91.713 3,033060o....39,057 1 70 70
,4 A2,1529 596 1,394 68,0 31.3 31.3 194,653114,o64 11,875 55,891 18,117 2,819 7, 70.5 32. 32.
16o 318 13.1 3 9. 50.9 6 24 202 ?9W0?.6 3o, 19 St.Louis-SanFrancisco&Texas.1,6.1 d10360.938.1 1026 1.6.
159 28122 .310 61714 8 6.8 21.6 32.9 W19 1914 159 1,822,202 38321 1 ,090,52.9.1:59.0
60,425.6 2 d 21.6 6,112 1,72 18 2,892 8823 46. 20.6 22.; 19 St. Louis Southwestern Lines .....................19 ,1,607 3,39o13.71:338,126 50 ,09 1o.5686 451 21.9
3 5,93 1,1145 150 2,729 882 46. 19.3 22. 19 z19 1,607 31,o,6 1,860 33,7149 189a14,772 148
7682,186 d 16. 10,501 2,6 32 6, 1,098 2 Texas & New Orleans d 2.0 129 16.164 69 7,138 5.27.
382102,61711,38542: 6,o7o 1 5 2.1 19" l1,4 67,913716 336 1,go32733
113193 273.933337 8,703 !2.8 25.0


Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
Include amortization of Defense Projects.
SReport 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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