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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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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
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BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS Statement No. M-150
SEPTEMBER 1945


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


FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBTER 1945 AND 1944 FOR MINE MONTHS IEMNDED WITH SEPTEMBER 1945 AND 1944
Operating revenues Operating expanesee* Operating revenues Operating expeneesa-
Percent Percent regtP ene Percent Percent
Mile. Freight Pasenger Depreol et Oper. an t e- rce- Average Freight Pas enger Depreol- met Oper- malnt tra-
fmles ation ln- railway atrng nonieopoinanion
of road nation In- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year o rAllt eluded pir-n- a tigo expenses epotat
operatedePer- Per- nt A pI eluded opee ope cr- ratio expenseeeTotal aaiont- luee Total a t- n(r-toepen
at cloee acnt sent Total uainte- In pro- Total atin (per-ato opera of oeopoeratedse senate in pr- sting (per- of spar- cf pr-
of month Amount In- Amount In- nanceo ceding Inooe* cent) acting ating aout In- Aount In- ne ceding inooeeex cent)v ting uting
orease crease ooluamn revenues revenues orase orease column A revenues reTenues
(a) (b) (o) (d) () (f) (g) (h) (1) (j) (k) (1) (a) (n) (e) (p) (q) (r) (e) (t) (u) Iv) (v) (x) (y) (tZ) C)
(Money Iteme in thousands of dollare* 6Money iteac in thousands of dollars)*
198,826 0441,805 d 17.2 10,874 d 8.2 1619,514 T320,141 (143.078 572,487 (37,706 92.4 51.7 35.0 1945 Total--Road listed herein ................ 145 191,s 855 4,661,238 d 1.2 1,177, 677 6.7 06295,415 2,1031,574 9,267 0,483,789 (682,087 71.2 33.4 32.8
198,962 533,454 142566 -- 727,277 219,539 39,985 473,894 80,528 65.2 30.2 30.3 1944 14 1997 4719,059 262652 6,425,818 1,931,499 343,935 4,247,341 747,589 66.1 301 31.
New England Region: -26, 25,2218 3'648
1,789 4,036 d 21.9 1:568 d 6. 6,145 2,316 46 041 408 820 37.7 38 194 Boston & Maine ......................... 19 1,789 43,018 d 4.9 14610 1.0 6 5 22 4 3946 4574 983 767 30
1,819 5: 5 1675 -- 7,493 2,344 34- 6 5301 1,007 70.7 1.3 34.7 194 .194 1,819 45,255 14,76o -- 6S828 21,407 3,095 48,190 7,720 73.2 32.5 3.3
1,38 600 d 15. 6 d 3 .9 13156 4,221 62 10,064 1,045 76.5 32.1 37.7 1 N or, Hae n Hartford ....... 14 18 65,462 d 7.9 56,557 .3 132,306 38,453 8,452 93,89 13,62 710 3.
1,838 7: 13 d 1 6; 3. 14;693 4, 246 O38 10,276 1:4o?2 69.9 8.9 5.0 9 1 Ne Yoa Me an 1838' 71,078 56387 a7137,933 38,386 6,236 93,987 17,14 68.1 27.83
4 Great Lakes Region:
846 3,296 d 14.5 217 d 19.4 3610 1,396 284 2,858 409 79.2 38.7 36.0 1945 Delaware & Hudson ...................... 1.." 32 64 d 7.8 1,817 d 3.2 35,468 13,823 2,979 28,135 44 79.3 39.
846 3,856 269 4,231 1,615 352 3,156 830 74.6 38.2 32.6 1944 a4 7 35,42 1,877 38,221 13,889 3,085 28,222 ,596 73.8 3.3
973 4,043 d 16.9 807 d 16.8 5,381 1 879 438 4, 559 280 84.7 34.9 44.4 1945 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ......... 1945 973 42,591 d 5.8 8,182 d 1.9 56,065 17,065 3,827 43,918 3,724 78.3 30.4 .
973 4;867 6969 -- 6;448 1:74 367 4;97 d 4.217 72.8 27.7 40.7 1944 1944 973 5"eO;205 :343 2 59,161 15,990 3,294 42,749 3,884 72.3 27.0 40.7
9 1,52Z.32:5 lO9 z9 532,22Z 6,:4083099 1n,868 7.
2,24 8,043 d 25.9 1,141 d 18.3 9,861 3,699 731 9,1"6 829 92.5 37.5 44.5 1945 Eri ................................... 14 2,243 9,.567 d 9.2 9,537 d 6.0 109,198 32,225 6,450 83,099 11,868 76.1 29.5 39.9
2;W 10,847 1,397 13,067 3,579 607 9,168 1,524 70.2 27.4 37.4 1941944 2,244 101,955 10,149 119,536 32,074 5,472 81,490 15,239 68.2 26.8 36.2
1,026 2,325 10.2 446 7.5 2,938 1,091 161 2,389 291 81.3 37.1 39.4 1945 Grand Trunk Western .................... 1945 1,026 22,747 6.3 3,180 d 4.8 27,744 9,803 1,454 22,101 3,495 79.7 35.3 39.6
,026 2,110 415 2745 1036 153 2,308 262 84.1 37.7 40.7 1944 1944 1026 21,392 3,30 -- 26,456 8,964 1,357 20,653 3,702 78.1 33.9 39.0
6 6 5 8 7 5 7 ,3 442 1 9 7 5 2 4 1 0 6 4.9 1 0760 23 7 9 7 7 9 2 27 .
5,205 d 21.8 660 d 9.0 6,180 2,082 566 4,862 590 78.7 337 39.3 1945 Lehigh Valley ......................... 1,259 51,602 d 20.2 5,984 d 7.4 61,343 19,752 5,106 48,107 3,797 78. 32.2 41.1
:7831 2,742 568 5,935 1,337 75.8 35.0 36.4 1 260 6 6;463 75,054 23,083 4,930 53,882 9,132 71.8 30.8 37.0
1 5. 25 7831 5742 5691.935 1,33675. 3 31 9442,01:290 41:69 2X
10,749 31,745 d 19.7 12,683 d 23.5 49,306 19,959 3,858 43,174 4,125 87.6 40.5 40.8 1945 Mew York Central t/ .................... 1945 10,749 329,131 d 7.3 122,382 d 13.6 501,018 174,688 33,883 395,314 42,059 78.9 34.9 38.6
10,746 39,550 16,576 61645 19,9i 3,652 43,014 5,456 69.8 31.1 33.8 1944 1944 10746 355,128 4701 545409 172,199 29,673 389,730 51,583 71.5 31. 35.0
1,687 5058 d 27.4 260 d 45.1 5466 2,120 601 4,709 1,038 86.1 38.8 40.5 1945 Nw York, Chicago & St. Loui .......... 1945 1,687 64,639 d 8.7 2,440 d 32.5 68,57 20,661 5,057 46,317 13364 67.6 3.1 32.5
1,68.8 2;926 473 7,604 2,226 515 5,007 825 65.8 29.3 32.2 1944 19M44 1688 70,808 3613 75,819 18,956 4,017 45,224 8,375 59.6 25.0 30.5
1,949 2,798 d 30.9 257 d 17.9 3292 1,504 372 3,159 236 96.0 45.7 42.6 19495 Pere Marquette .........................1945 1,949 36,143 d 4.4 ,672 15.0 40,926 15,020 3,340 32,368 ,97 79.1 36.7 36.
1,949 4,049 313 4602 1,784 3b6 3,658 400 79.5 38.8 35.2 1944 1944 1,960 37,82 3: 11 43,007 15,000 3,699 32;S36 3,837 7 49 34.9 34.7
229 2,207 d 18.5 9 d 13.7 2386 1,335 374 2,446 328 102.5 55.9 40.1 1945 Pittsburgh & L ake ri ................. 1945 229 22,502 d 8.9 966 a 4.4 24,337 11,9 3,193 21,553 3.579 88.6 47.6 3.1
229 2,707 10 2:;07 1300 345 2:438 431 83.9 44.7 34.2 1944 1944 229 24710 1,010 -- 26533 11, 2981 21,251 4,248 80.1 43.1 3.9
2,393 5,098 d 16.2 779 d 11.3 6,297 2,122 393 4,916 625 78.1 33.7 37.2 1945 Wabash ..................1945 2,393 59,127 .9 76 d 5.3 70,970 1,102 3,50 45,755 6,843 64.5 26.9 32.0
2,393 6082 878 74o 2,030 377 4853 636 65.6 27.4 32.5 1944 1944 2393 58,598 805 70777 17,962 31i 43,515 6,673 61.5 25.4 3.8
9:08174 2237_ _3'' 6_328 7,Central Eastern Region4:147294 4. 3.
6131 22,248 d 15.2 3,511 d 29.9 27,327 10,628 1,635 22,450 2,68 82.2 38. 37.1 19 Baltor Ohio ....................... ,32 23,599 d 2.8 36,741 d 4.4 2,229 97,324 14,37 209,929 3,54 74.1 3 35
6:15 26,238 5,007 33,021 11,418 1,4:51 23,852 3,221 72.2 34. 2.8 19I4 ............19 617 238230 38,434 291,989 100,791 12,464 211,169 3,410 72.3 345 33.
654 3,377 d 16.0 572 d 14.2 4,209 1,354 335 3,336 310 79.3 32.2 41.9 195 central of New ersey # ........945 6;4 3 94 5,425 d 5.3 43,6oo00 12, 2.984 32,140 4,523 73.7 28.6 40.
655 4,019 667 5,002 1444 320 3,692 507 73.8 28.9 40.5 1944 1944 655 37,600 5:728 46,097 13,27 2,883 34,191 4,177 7.2 28.8 41.1
912 1,351 d24.7 504 d 23.4 2,074 792 96 1,813 159 87.4 38.2 40.9 1945 Chicago Eastern Illinois ............. 1945 912 16,152 .d 10.3 5,035 d 12.2 23,249 7035 817 16,944 2,122 72.9 30. 35.8
912 1,795 658 2673 846 83 1,991 94 74.5 316 36.5 1944 1944 912 18 5,736 25,895 7,293 748 18,003 2,419 69.5 28.2 35.3
392 1,684 a 33.6 2,068 1,014 465 1,922 d 1 93.0 49.0 40.2 194 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern........1945 392 21,227 d 4.9 - 24,849 9,457 4,201 19.075 2,252 76.8 38.1 35.7
392 2,536 2,946 1,073 458 2,159 356 73.3 36.4 32.0 1944 1944 392 22,310 25,853 9,365 3,938 19,356 2,433 74.9 36.2 35.3
376 1110 d 13.5 2,48 d .2 3,783 1 ,064 191 2,825 747 28.1 43,9 19 Long Iland ..............14 194. 5 376 10,515 d 3. 22,576 2.3 1,721 25,266 2,788 72.4 26.7 5
S284 2 964 1,176 182 2,890 72.9 29.7 413 1944 1944 376 10,894 22,059 3565 1044 1638 25540 2,486 73.9 29.3
10 ,112 45,066 d 19.3 21,555 d 2.8 72,114 24,845 4,376 58,477 6,992 81.1 34.5 41.2 19 Pennsylvania .............945 10,112 480so,127 d 6.2 189,475 d 3.0 726,159 226,145 38,317 561,748 78,862 77.4 31.1 1.3
55:90 8.73 2. 14. o 26,277 4 0, oa 2,2 .19!2 ... r0....................72-8. 3
10,090 55,873 22,180 84,760 26,277 4,108 60,466 9,556 71.3 31.0 35.8 1944 1944 10,098 512,070 195,339 762,946 231,839 35,749 555,188 82,372 72.8 30.4 37.9
1,366 6,90 14.7 79 3.5 8.179 3,444 793 6,828 1,097 3 421 37.6 19 R ding ............................... 195 1367 72,204 d 4.4 8210 6.0 84,33 9956,981 62,282 10,484 39 .0
1:,10 8,081 .850 9,347 3,228 653 6,800 987 72. 34.5 35.2 194o. N194Z 1,12 75,522 -- 7747 87,163 27,897 5519 6o,173 10710 90 32.0 3.1
6,890 d 14.7 879 ~ 83.~ : l9~~ Poonahontae sRegon: 19i5 71 9 3 19 s7 ..2.
079 13,705 d 10.1 2,070 d 2.1 16,455 6,600 2,014ol 12,361 2,422 75.1 402.1 29.4 1945 Chesapeake Ohio ............:......... 194 3077 136,469 3.1 15,532 13.5 157782 56,68 17,407 109,409 23730 69.3 36.1 28.5
,072 15,238 -- 2,115 18,064 5817 1635 11,371 2,914 630 32.2 26.7 1944 1944 31073 4o790 17,958 164,:716 51,409 14,277 101,313 ,236 61.5 312 260
3:7-2:'0-:IO :00 :3 22 21 714 303 :A14,:277 101.313 2631..2
2161 9,608 d 14.8 1119 d 19.6 11,038 3,957 1254 7,285 186 66.0 35.8 25.5 1945 Norfolk Western ...................... 1945 2,15 99,929 d 3.9 10,321 d21.2 113,572 36,335 11,309 68 18,519 59.9 32.0 23.9
2,154 11,277 1,392 13,059 3,914 1:28 7,514 1Z986 57.5 30.0 23.5 1944 194 2154 I 103,985 13,o93 --12689 36,452 10,749 67,644 19,383 56.0 30. 22.0
4,aSouthern Region6
93j 5,1 d 27.5 3,221 d 13.2 9,082 4,540 910 822 102 93.8 50.0 37.0 194 Atlantic Coat Line ........ .... 194. 4,93 69,Z88 d 8.7 d 10. 106,7 8 4 56471 70.6 8 32.
4:91 7,071 3,221 11,595 3424 29 763 554 29.5 31.5 1944 144 49 7,843 l 7 5 6,94 8,3 ,495 5.5 2.6
1,816 1,872 d 9.8 709 d 3.2 2,825 1,122 310 2,566 108 90.8 39.7 43.2 1945 Central of Georgia # .... ............... I 1 20,01 d 1.9 6,4 I d 1. ,313 9,765 2,497 20 3791 78.8 33.3 38.8
1,816 2,075 732 3054 992 214 2,364 418 77.4 32.5 37.9 1944 1944 8I16 2039 6 ,551 29524 8,44 56 2,94 4992 70.9 28.6 35.9
1:5 ,6 ,9 :53 15 e17 7. 91 9 5 1:944 26,192 5.0 21729,9 1 1,526 g 27.:W67: 3:
1,945 2,681 .7 315 31.5 3,091 278 171 2468 237 79.8 41. 3 1.6 19 Oulf, Mobile Ohio .................... 4 d 460 798 198893
239 2996 195 2 7 6 27.5 19 1,967 2538 2,5 28,190 9,591 1,502 19,083 367.7 34 27.3
4,822 10o,805 d 21.7 2,765 d 10.8 14,559 5,67 1,041 11,611 1,03 7.8 39.0 34.3 194 Illinois Central ....................... 1949 4,823 125,34o d 2.0 25,984 d 10.4 161,588 52656 9,717 108,233 18,223 67.0 32.6 29.3
4,823 13,797 310 1 5 6;435 1,123 12,315 1546 .5 91 4823 127,923 28:989 -7 167 0 53711 06 107927 19,143 64.5 32.1 28.
39,1055 18,2 2 ,389 12,315 967 .o s, 198.44 6.
1474 621 d 14.5 261 d9 4.7 1 6 11,517 1,9 3.1 39 27.2 37 194 Louville & Nashville ................. 19 4,7 116,595 .3 2 5 d 19.1 1, 46,416 9,46 102,454 18.I 3 !4. 30
384 9 99 9 101 62.2 27.2 19199 116238 3493 3 44,162 902 98224: .
4,168 5,'221 d 23.1 3,236 d 6.0 9,374 3.11 714 7,080 1,540 75.5 35.: :0 194 Seaboard Air .Line ................... 1945 4,170 63,833 d 5.0 29,446 a 8.6 100,144 31,107 918 68,552 14,414 68.5 31.1 30.9"
4,174 6,789 3.441 11264 3,125 563 7,119 1,826 63.2 27.7 28.9 1944 1944 4,175 67,216 32,209 106,337 27,854 ,;2 65,767 16,982 61.8 26.2 29.5
6,505 11,40 d 29.9 4,62 d 46 17223 5,847 1,112 12,780 1,453 74.2 33.9 34.7 1945 Southern ............... 1945 6,505 136,400 d 2.9 43,988 a 1.7 192,098 56,366 9,607 121,150 21,797 63.l eq.;
6,505 16,269 4,84A 22:323 7,100 938 14,178 ;2552 63.5 31.8 27.7 194 1944 6,510 146,521 44,743 196,256 54,348 8,392 117,321 24,718 59.8 27.8.2
524 2,7 d 26. 2,60 64 101 1, 19 1. oo l..Ipp ............. 194 1,524 21099 d 3.2 307 a.198 21466 7,786 915 16,80 3,7 66.2 .6.0
1.524 ,505 42 -- 4:,082 875 102 1;,951 07 87. 23.3 1,524 1 21,805 3:834 27030 7,299 881 16:773 3 5 62.1 7.0 30.9


e* A number of the carriers Included In their September aooounte charges to operating expenses and credits to tax accruals as a result of
the shortened period of amortszation of defense projects. This adversely affeots their operating ratios.
* Percent increase oosputed on units of dollar.
Includes amortization of Defense Projeots.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
Report of receiver or receivers.
/Inludes Boston & Albany, Lessor to Nov York Gentral.
SDorease or deficit.


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS SEPTEMBER 194


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS
FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER 1945 AND 1944 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER 1945 AND 1944-
Operating revenues Operating expense Percent Percent Operating revenues. Operating expenses--
Freoght Passnger Nt Oper- saints- trans- Average Freight
miles lr h ae BDepreoia- ralway atlng nanooe portation Average Freight Passenger Percent Percent
_______reight___....__e____i___e__"_______et___eP rcsnt ePercent
of road tlon In- oper- ratio expenses expense. Region, road, andy ll- eprecl- yNet Opery alnte etrace-
opera ted All eluded sting (per- of oper- of oper- of road atilon In- railway atlng nangs portatlon
0 0 0PT t l s i t I p r -0oofo eP er e -A l i l d = I T
t a1eTtal cent en T manoe l n pr Total looe ent)e a sting atlng operated r- Al nt ota pr- ratio expense. expense
of on fn o oenh u nantoen n aeding revenues revenues Amount n mount cent- oInpreoe oo a- oflo a
i- o ricolumnA iIn- nance aedingne o t) sting ting
crase crease crease crease colun revenues revenues
() () C(e) C(d) (e) (t) (g) Ch) (I) (h) (s) MI ) Cm) C() s(o) (p) (o) (r) l() (t) (u) (v) ()v) (x) (T) (a) C()
(Money items n thousand of dollar Northwestern Region: (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
8,06 1,085 1.2 #3,016 d 4.2 14 ,4$ 14,2 $1,157 $10,420 # *032 72.0 330.2 33 J:6 191 Chioago & North Weste rn ............................ 194 ,4 8,068 5,4 2. 27,878 d 1.1 $127,931 42,6 $, 988, $93,098 *17,151 72.8 3.1 .
077 9 968 3148 14,526 t 4 393 914 4 67.7 30.2 1944 191.4.P,088>8ln,491 28,18..12..,..1.39,0i14 8,561 87,257 17,751 70.0 31.3 33.1
q1,50 1,789 d 6.3 190 0. 190 1,7 6105 1,737 108 79.3 33.0 39. 195 Chinago Great Western .. .............................. 19 1,500 188,4 55 d 1.5 1,5997 .6 22,19 1 16 160 19 26 2 5 7
1,500 1,908 271 2,375 713 89 1,739 234 73.2 30.0 37. 194, 1944 1,50 18:780 25,2206 22196 6,21 91 15,3: 2,7 7 69.8 27 7 36
1,500o 1 ,7806222 696 .4,1 R:,37
......... 5 00 .667990266 1 7,5 1 58 13,o) 2:537 7 96.5 3 .
15,73 13599 d 13.1 3,119 4.0 14 156 0368 4,790 17812 1,977 6.5 56.2 35.0 19145 c1ago, Milwaukee, St. Paul a .......... 194 0,726
10722 106469,9910,12 6,92 1,7013,20 31s66.9 31620.77 25 O 1g.6Mlwuke, t.Psl 4Peii665.......14:10,65.1.151 3,14 6,314 11,38 21,52150073t 38163.
106 2,999 20,512 6:.92 1,070 13:72 46.9 31.6 30.7 11914 10,728 127,:442 25,499 168,695 54,581 8,85 118,8oo23962 70
1,6171 1998 10.6 355 d 6.1 2,556 692 131 1,725 143 67.5 27.1 35.8 914 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha.............19 14 1:617 15,5 2.3 3,1426 3.1 20,8o50 5,:9276 1,1140 15 '146 22 73.6 287 39.
,67 1 378 2,377 6 116 1,721 3145 724 27.9 39. 1 1919144 1,67 15,243,324 20,347 5, 9 1069 1 7692 14'07 1,0691:2 2,456 77.0 29.1 42
5 46 4 551 4 d 23.9 5 49 95 48 1,961 1, 36.9 18.1 i .0 19 Duluth, Msabs & Ieron Range ...................... m 5 46 27,9714 d 1.3 d 6.2 32 ,06 8497 3,130 15,44 9,25 4 26. 2.1
547 4:727 6 5, 48 1,000 346 2,001 1 ,886 36.6 18.3 17.0 44 194495145 28,339 5 3 2:898 8,1425 3,311 15,246 9,5111 .3 25.6 19.
8,371 14 6 d 12.6 1,589 d 2. 17,542 10,63 6724 16,23 656 92. 60.8 28.0 19 Great Northern ..................................... 19 37 129,42 .5 14,567 d 4.2 155,434 59,023 17,316 1 07,85 25080 694 38.0 27.



i:- W ^ 3;46 l i ;7j i93 7 ^^ ^ . ...........,u^ ........................ 145 8,371 i 4910.7 154, 67 1955,43 9, 69. ^2^ 2;
8,371 16:59 1,6295 19,779 5,713 284 10,91 .122 55.2 29.1 24.s 1919 ,72 9 1 7 12,723 15,2 2 155,01 51,74 10,943 99,04 7 23o4 63.9 2.8
3224 2825 10.5 1414 d 15.3 1 1,476 791 2,611 63 8.0 46.9 32.6 1914 .Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Sts. Marl............1945 3,24 17, 145 d 14.8 135 d 14.3 19,980 7,613 1,726 16, 1,720 81.4
3,219 2556 170 2, :898 8153 1,881 51 614.9 28.5 32.6 194 1 9 3,219 20113 1,47 22,923 7,1492 1,336 16,34 4900 71. 32. 31.
6:; 10,886 .4 1,622 d 10.6 13,50 810 1,294 9,296 3,84 68.9 35.6 28.0 19 rthen P ifi ................................... 194 80 87 87 d 1.6 1,9 d 14.0 111,567 42,576 11192 8685 18600 3.
10, 37 1,815 13,7302 ;488 1,132 9, 8 2: 332.7 26 19. 6l 115,59 ........................ 6






65. s 2 g77 m^ ^; ^33 19 25:75 261: 11--5"-- - - .... 4 7097 % 88 E2 ;^% o598 g )792 9,2 7 |1 32.g 1|: I O
i:8 :0 -ll 2 J. 81 ;^ ^ l |: 7: IS.0 194 6"7 89,-- -. *- -7 -- 7\-7 :9 : );18.|4 J ^ j 34.j2 o ^1- ,-
1,130 1,472 d 8.9 97 4.1 1,73 99 590 1,799 8 23 103.0: 57.3 39.9 1914 Wiseonsin Central # ............................1945 1,130 13,757 d 7.0 860 d 1.4 1975 14,29 1,398 12,141 1,646 30.
1,1 22 1,615 9 1 0 loqU 122. -0................... 9 76.c 2
1935 1 97 1, 5 73.9 30.9 37.7 1944 191 1,122 114795 8702 1,912 5:, 14 925 12,318 2,475 72.6 04 37.1
Central Western Region-
959 3 .7 691 2,118 1 7 15 2,194 d 89 90.8n 147 393. 4e8nt4r a l647 t6e5 ei 8,27
959 1:25 d.. 6 1 d 914 ,241 -;3 .d s g09 2 Alton#............................................ 191959 is 6315o 11.5 27,852 ,302 1 19 54 3,083 70.4 298 4.0
5 3 2l40 2,131 65.8 2 9 3 3. 1944 9 ,429 713 2 8 ,036 7 18,95 3,000o 6625 28. 3.0
13,113 24,585 d 25.5 9,77 5,6 6,852 75,3 6:14,8 87,851 1112' 238.14 204.1 0.4 195 Atchison, Topeka & santae. _/...................... 9 131 310,20 11.5 79,5 d 6.6 1415,965 I 191,062 89088 314,971 28,622 7.7 174 9 27.0
13 093 33,01 9257 45,188 i2,12- 2,860 2994 5, 9 55.3 27.5 25.2 194 1944 131 277,962385,171 389,835 107,393 23,707 221,09 140,125 .7 275 2.
8,968 13,, 1 10.1 2,916 d 12.8 !i18, 6 6,857 1,270 12,732 1,672 68.6 36.9 27.2 19 Chicago, Burlington & Quiney........................19977 16,364 10.7 27,591 4 9.9 5 56546 11502 ,43424,14o 29. 24.4
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2,388236 14,58514 8_11.0 90283 7.5 5,27 726 114,1571,3 12,6 144 16,214)95 8 1081 2"83:8. 2147.29. 31.3 19 145 Denver & Rio Grands WesteOrn # ......................19 1914 2,9386 I6148388 15.3 7,3273 7 58,0875.0 286,9799 16,35O380 148,5162 21 6 82.0"9 149.93228 .3
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607 ,414o d143.2 4. ,698 2,319 1,180 3,685 1,327 4 59.4 28.6 9 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ..................... 19 11748,928.-531705 ,3372 10836 214,91 .128 20.3 22.5
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2 90,11 2,808 6,297 858. 6.2 7.3 19144 1914, 4, 39 73,0 21 ,669 1OO,399 25 ,6o ,911 55,8147 9,507 55.6 25.3 25.
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A number of the carriers Included In their September accounts charges to operating expenses and credits to tax aooruals as a result of the
shortened period of amortlzation of defense projects. This adversely affects their operating ratios.
* Percent Increase computed on units of dollars.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
Includes Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
- Deorease or defioit.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945-0-657241


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