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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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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


Statement No. M-150
OCTOBER 1945


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


FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 1945 AND 1944 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER 1945 AND 1944
Operating revenues Operating expenses** Operating revenues Operating expenses**
Miles Freight Passenger Percent Percent Freight Pasenger Net Oper- maint e- ts
of road -Depreci-Bt Oper- mainte- treans-re Region, road, and year AverageDepreoi railway Otpng nance M rai
action in- railway eating nance portation Reiles'Aelnation In- osyra y ratio Cexponse rtatone
operated Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expapen-e m dPer- Ttse lauded Tot oper-. (rat o fexpese eee
at closeCentcent Total mainte- in pro- Total ting (per- of oper- of oper- operated entC nt l n in pr- e n ff
of month Amount i- Amount n- nance cding inoome- ent)* eating ting o n cAmount e d i IncomeC cent) ating uting
crease crease Column revenues revenues crease crease column revenue revenue
(a) (b) () (d) (e) (f) (g) th) (1) 1.) (l (1) (l C(n)( 0)W(p) ()) (rl e) t) u (v) (w) I xWy) W I-)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)e (Money items in thousands of dollars)'
198,831 444,659 d 19.3 $137,492 0.7 ,636,43o 313,699 19,729 576,619 *49,007 90.6 49.3 35.5 1949 Total-Roads listed herein ............... 1945 198,,54 4 ,105,95 d 3.1 *1,315,171 6.o 1 .2,417,273 ,61,997 5,060,40 731,09 6 34.9 33.0
1 ,17 90 47,7 72 i, 1052 :,27.33 5:11--e91...........1:0 1 30.-03.
19,947 551,059 13,479 73943 221,029 o 9 49,955 766 6 5.9 29.7 31. 194 1944 199061 5,270,121 1,399,131 7,19,747 2,152,521 384,350 4,737,296 835,19 .1 30.0 31.3
131: 79 43:94034.9 9 9,55 97 59 .7 31Now England Region: ;201119 3
1,79 4,434 d l6.0 1,56 d 2.2 6,579 2,24 23 5,o041 665 76.6 4.2 37 1945 Boston Maine........................ n 194 1799 47452 d 6.1 16,147 d 1.1 69,74 24,32 42 53,615 6,648 76.7 34.9 3.0
1 "12 7453-1 7 o:. 9 3 + + 7 '+ B': + Roston . . .. .. .... .... ..... .. . ... . . . . .1 3 -- + I11 1'71, 3 o 73 '7)*9+ 3"4 53 ,732 2, 5491'. 73 .37 33.03 3 1.33 .
l; 5,279 1,540 7: 9? 2,555 349 55a 82 74.4 4.13 35. 9 1944 119 50,533 16,l330 73,279 23,963 3, 53,732 8,549 73.3 33.0
1,:3l 6, d 17.1 6 d:4,5 Z 13,785 5 ;42 9,57 2,o .2. 2. 3 94 York, New Haven .& Hartford # ...... 3 711, 6,1 .2 146,o61 42,7 7,193 8,1 5,923 1 1 2.o3 :
1,232 7,2 ,6 15,00 (,354 7 o2 10, 7 1,2 69.5 29.9 3 8 19 Gr .:194785n62,02153,013 48 27.
Reg 9 21 ,+ 6:439 34,296 2,271 7 4 34.
5j d _16. 1 d 3. 637_ 2 6 1 d 1 16 1 2Delaware &Hudson ..................... 19 2, 77 '
,46 374,d316.243 dd36. 3,637 4R1944 39, Cd 6.7 12,523 3 427,1.
4,050 4,379 1,629 352 3,272 7V5 74.7 32.6 3 9 19247 39,72,10115,572 3,4.37 31,494 7,391 7.9 3b.6 33.
973 3,916 24.4 72 d 6.2 ,3 1,01,939 4 4,6 26 5. 36.1 44 19 Delaware, Lakawann a & Western ........ 194 9 46507 7.7 9, 2.4 61444 19,4 4,266 4 32 ,980 79.0 30.9 43.2
6 7 6 73 50 92 65922 1 691 3657 7,497 763 72.1 26.8 4.7
S973 5,177 9 7 1. 1 325 2 4 1 1 973 50, 159 d7 44 1 o 42
2,24 8,497 d 25.7 1,234 g d 20 10,514 9,878 6,715 15,617 9 145 94.0 44.6 495 0Erie..................................194 2,24 101,o64 d 10.9 10,772 d 9.6 119,712 42,103 136,165 98,716 12,210o 2.5 35.2."
2,244 11,9 1,20 13,573 3,230 DO 9,577 1,470 70o 28.2 37.2 1921944 2,24 113,323 11,409 133,109 35,904 6,020 91,0o6 6,709 62.4 27.0 36.3
1,o026 2,497 d d 3172 1,63 161 2,446 629 77.1 33.5 3: 1 e ................... 1026 25204 5.5 3,715 _2 30,16 1O,66 1,615 24, 7 4,124 79.4 3 3 5
1:026 2,2M dZi 29 3:152 942 154 2,266 631 71.2 29.2 37. 19 GrandTu 1W. ,61,026 2 39, 2 3,2114 2. 29,?14 9,905 1,512 2,rg9 4,333 77.4 33.
12 4 693 d 27.7 662 d 3.4 5,201 2,012 565 4,663 50 20.4 34.7 39. hih Valley.............................. 1,20g d d20.9 6 d 7.0 67,144 62,1
12lo 6,459 3 692! 7,648 2,349 566 5,539 1,564 72:4 30.7 371: 19 L lV. 1g 2 1 157:15 822702 25,632 5,671 52; 762 72.6 32. 41.0
10,7. 41,674 d 20.9 1,16 d 9.7 9- 815 2,50 197.,25 4,38 284.5 39.1 40:j 19 New York Central 0....................1949 10,74 362,205 d 2.7 135,792 d 12. 0 52,233 194,45 36 325 439,19 46,441 79.4 35.2 32.7
10,7 M055 "%2236906 :920 ,79 3,52 1 330 4:,956 76 7.1 33.3 37 1 10,7 395,123 155,924 6,329 192,4 33,261 056,539 719 31.73
4163 .5 1 68719 9 d25o 3:?S7 l: 55
1627 537, 17693763 5 8592 30 5 2250 852 165159 1,909 217.1 232.1 3 19 g New York, Chicago & St. Louis ...7.. 94,9 d 11.0 2 8 74,400 34,224 16:;9 62, 1,55 2.0 46.o 3.
1,627 5,304+ 5 31.7 327 6.5 5,243 13,563 11,293 16,190 j j $ Q j 7 3 32. 1 1949 1 ,62 6 4 3 9 ___ 2 822' 9+ 3+ 2 6 o71 ,5 '. 6 o3 .
1627 7,769 363 1305 2, 5 J521 5,5 5I l 2.1 27.1 30. 19 e 1944 1,62or7 ,hlM 3 7 Loui1 2.4. 7 ,124 ,21,206o 50 2 9,399 59.9 25. 30.5
i4 92 m i +, 2 ++: 2 J ".o3 6 : lOl ." ......-...........^ ^ |^ ^428 1 .78 II :7 ^4 69 75J.7:^:
19 6992 d 30. 226 d 13.2 44 5,252 4,033 695 d 16 76 205 152.1 43 194 Pere Marquette ........................1 1132 d 7.1 2, 379 2 0,27j 7,374 39,326 ,303 8.6 43 3:
I 4 4,7 1,224 375 3,729 M 79:. 32. : 36.3 19 1 9 1,996 49,1 3,:4 .7 : 1 16,224 3,474 35,995 4,269 75.3 35.2
229 1,664 0 37. 7 ;96 d 6.9 1 43 1,26 22 2 173 12.2 6. 51,6 19 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie................19 229 24 ,166 d 11.76 d6 4.6 26,120 12, 52 3,4-2 23,934 9
229 2,66 103 2,265 1,303 356 2 0 ;393 4.o 0 4.5 33.2 %1 194 229 27,379 1,113 29,397 12,729 3,337 23, 580 .5 43.3 32.1
,363 737 d 16. 3 6 792 2,022 254 4,221 624 Wabash 2... .. 1 2 2,93 64,769 ....13 d 6.4 7,762 21,124 636 7, 6 1. 2.3 3.9


19 5 ^ : 29| l 128 30 75 l: 4: 49 2330 " - -^ 3j |S|^ 77 3,5 27.i!!^ l^ 2 32.4
^ 7;S| ^2 1,0^ 14.9 8;4g 4^5 g 7;44 ^ ^3 4^4 ^ ^5 ^................................ ^ 8:97:^ --9 O"lO^ ^l 67^ S; J^ ^ 3
2,39.1.9' : l 035 44 96 020,010 3 2 4259575 625
2,393 712,239 2,04 322 5,01 260231. 199 CentralEastern1Reg5on: 39
2024 d 27.1 40 d324 .7 1 023 ,7016 1 4 22, 26 2 26:28 4.3 39.9 19 C al t rnO io...................... 3 194 0 1241 40- A 6 302,; 1015,37 232,15 35,540 75.4 3. 3.0
167424, 1 '4 1944 26592 45,950| ^ 38, O 5 ,5 75.i:
6:,7757 75 7 4 511 3 ,979 11,74 1, 6 3, 4 3 3 .3.1 1943 BaltiZore Ohio d.. 194. d2 5,97 42 d950 25,96 112, 5 3,932 235,73o 3,092 72 3 33
,36 1.2 8 d 42 14 2 4,1 2 20.1 3303 3. 194 Central of Neow Jrsey # ...............3 194 t l l 22,7 5 1. 5 ,71 13,a 32 ,64 632 '2 7'.3 2.0 .
10 2 1 97 320 3 ,73 497 74.2 29.7 39.9 44 3 606 ;2 634295,132 1,270 7.2 2 3.09
912 1,40 d 27.0 233 d 13.3 2,23 354 96 o 2,041 179: 4o 40.4' 19 Chi ago & Eastern Illinois17............ 917 5 9620,0 1 2 ,69 ,03l ll :
91,,.j 5281 g90O 82 1,915 151 07.0 27.0 33.1 19'.. 1944 912 20:0N 9:3517552 ,023 232 19,912 2,570 69.3 22.1 3.
39 1,635 d36. - 1,969 54 1,56 12 0.5 3.2 46.1 19. Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ............... S1 4 4 9 i 1 20,661 3 77.0
392 2,554 2,965 1,035 41,9 8 ,300 77.5 36.2 36.2 199 '%092 20262 d 2.0"6 19 10,051 .,6 2,733 7510
376 1,145 d 2.7 2,323 2.1 3,622 1,o32 127 2,841 154 77.2 22.2 46.1 1 LongIsland ...........................16 11,660 d 3. .24299 2.3 32,57 10,3495 1,902 22,102 2,Z42 72.9 26.2 43.2
376 1,177 2 ,275 3641 1,09 182 2,795 189 7 86 29.9 45.i 19 12,01 24334 3 20 11,233................... 1 20 2 335 2 75 74.2 29.4
10,112 43,7 d 241.0 222V,41 3.1 72,14 0 2,420 9,23 6,25 229 33.9 4 .1 19 Pennsylvania.......................... 9 10,112 ;23,534, 2.0 23-1 B d2.4 7'1 29 250,62 41,724 621,57.9
57.5.5193.....69,15 217..R3995 2 6619 391.
10,090 57,115 21,739 26,04 24,7920 ,175 L,64 10,0 70.5 22 30.2 910 10,0972,6924 615,275
1:19.6 0 6. 1 011.91 3071 3 .
2,415 278 9710 1,'027243 9J1:3 47.4 .0 194 Reading ...............................1:,2 d 4.6 9:219 6.9 92, 711 33,07 7,1775 7,0 1, 75 0 36.






7,009 d5; 16.7 1,0509 14.95 2,472 4,015 ^4 7,4 .;4 I: o I: 0 49*-*- -** i94 6'5 '^2j .___ 98__- ^ 6:5? ^g:^ l;^ I,2 i
,o7,377 1,. 7 3 10 14 12 23,9372625 96,273 31, 61 6 7,2550 11,257 6: 3 3
4 15e671_9,710.3.70 3974 977 774033.Pooahontas Region: %_7,_32.6
3:0& d 45.20 2 19.6 12 31: 4,12 2 ,g3 3. :. : 1 Chesapeake & Ohio....................... d 7.1 17 5 d10.3 170,639 101,321J 1 6 1 ,
1 237, 3 6.0 1,05 d 2. 9,01 4,115 1,23 5 7,499 1,65 22.0 3 3 11 W4 2 1,53 7 1 6.1,1 1 3
11,231,4213,703 ,954 1, 11287,492,2,19 6 2547 22.9 22.0,1 9 1944 3: 00 ,15,2954,21 134329 4,40 1 1,967 113177 28,56371. 3
g651 .59. 370 1 l, 1,58R 7 92. .03 1" ofok& eten..................... 1 2 ,1 1 0 l7, 11 g, d 7. 2 11'e,42 d21312 660
6,9 d 21.1 3 d055 10,71 ,12 26 .0Southern Region: 41941J
P 331 6,204 g O.6 47.9591199 AtlantIc Coast Line. ...................4d3 7,5 3 o 9 117,3 43,271 2,92 2,92 4,929 74.9 36.93
+91 7,261 i13,- 12,226 3,537 21 2:,2 557 65.3 22.2 1904 9 ,962 37, 37,272 129,93 32,693 7,73 76,66 11,05225-2
,1,6 2,164 1i .5 2 d22,o2 92, 2 77 o.1 Central of 1,21622177,013.d331 1323..................I25,4614,230 72.7 33.1
2,16 2,132 M3:o,170 93, 21, 2325 458 733 29.5 '195 g 219 1 ,18 2 3'7 ; 7,292 32, 694 9,377 2,03769 23,270 ,45O 71.32 2 .7 36
1,21673.3,9.519 u 1,81
1,945 2,603 d111.1 257 30.5 2,967 1,420 111 2,633 d 92. 47.9 33.0 1949 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio....................194 1,944 2,995 3-3 2 2.1 32,427 11,212 1,63922,522 3.021 6634.6 224
1,952 2,929 197 3,229 1,170 195 2,312 L 39o71 2 22.9 ,1904 1944 1,965 22,06 2,34 1 31,419 10,761 1,697 1,395 3,904 12. 34.2 3 2 7.
4,223 124,632 d1 2, d120212,o967 2 ,63 790 11,662 1,522 12 3 3 31:3 19 I I llinoie Central ....................... .... ,O23 147,84 33 24 d1. ,6s4 9 3 9 10,11 98 61 32
4 1i, 521 1130 12,654 158. 22. 119t ,823 172,55b 31,71 12,03,90U 172,561
4 U lo 2 d 96 2,499 d43.7. A.1 14496 307 1,056 11,274 179 .2 3.6 3.5 i Louisville & Nashville ..................9 4,7 1d71.7 30,i 2. 6,~4. 17 0423
4:7 .3,203 +3,71001-7,935 ;,o32 + 1,027 l1: 9 1,925 3.6 28.1366 31.1 1994 7 '4,7aa 129, ml7 7 38,13,653 O5 179,2746g3 41,19E 107:1 O07910 iJ9 O9,P3' 20:3"+' o53.+6,15 27.-15 3.
11;U Seaboard Air Line ##..................1 491.70,021 d 9. : d 9.2 172,2
16 628,l1. 2 4 d148 10 6I 3,1Z? l 716 72417 1IJ7 ZO:3 31:3 3:. 3034 7.a 739n. 15,9o, I: 68.7 .31".3.
17,11,11 977 1
6: 13, ,4970 d 2. 19,920 5,423 524 12,226 2,60 64.4 27.2 32.3 1t ,Southern. 6:505 1 1 4.0 41.2 212,012 61,729 10,131 13,7 24,400 63.2 2 1
6 5 15,l d1 .2 5,094 22,120 6,200 956 13,546 2:644 61.2 2S.0 29.1 19............... ........................... 6,510 41,31,27 212,376 60o,54 7, 34 130,27 s27,362 599 27. 72
____ 32:.
1,524 1, 90o 5 496 1,771 255 77 1,271 22.11.79449.3 5 Yazoo & Miusissippi Valley ..4.. 19 1,52d 64 992 2isP2 62,
1,52 2,6 3,:57 253 10 1,946 514 56.2 24.9 2 .1....... 19 1,524 2 60z290 ,213 2,577 3,152 91 ,71'1 61.5 :


*, A number of the carriers Included in their October accounts charges to operating expenses and credits to tax aooruals as a result of
the shortened period of amortization of defense projects. This adversely affects their operating ratios.
* Percent increase computed on unite of dollars.
0 Include s amortization of Defense Projects.


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










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


OCTOBER 1945


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


FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 1945 AND 1944 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER 1945 AND 194.4
Operating revenues Operating expenses** Operating revenues Operating expenses"t
h e en Percent Percent oea Pa s e t Percent Percent
Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans- N A Fre42ht Passenger Depreci Met OPe.. mainte- trans.
Miles I Deprecia- railway ating nance portation Region, road, Averageand year -e--- at-eol in- railwayatlng nance porttlon
of road A t Region, mad, and year 'ilea All at.nl ratio expene
operated Per- Per- Total mainte- luded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- of road Pr Per- Total mnte- in e Total atlng (per- of oper- ofoper-
at close cent cent nance in pre- Income cent)* ating atinlg operated c cent Amountim cen income et) atng atng
ofmnt n- in-n ce ding pro-cntnnc ed
o month in in- ceding revenues revenues in- In- ., revenue
crease oreae column reason revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) () (h) (i) () (k) 1(1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (wv) (x) (y)(i)(a)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
8,065 $10, 44 1.4 $ 3,166 9.6 $15,279 9,o64 $5,319 $15,27 1 242 593 35.. 194 Chicago & North Western ........................... 1 87,068 970,9 2.3 (31,045 d 0.1 $143,210o (1,7,49 15,307 $10,,369 $17,994 75.7 36.1 3.3
2,077 10,7400 2,889 14,17 4:576 972 10,278 2,047 9. 30.9 19 1 9 087 992 31,072 39, 590 9,53 97,535 19,798 70.0 31.3 3.4
1,500 1,945 d 7.7 206 d 5.3 2,39 753 10 1,854 171 7.3 31.4 38 19 Chicago Great Western ............................... 1945 1,500 20,4OO 2.3 2,200 d 9.2 24,598 29 1,021 17, 974 2,162 2.7
1,500 2,105 217 2:562 700 R 1,770 257 9.1 27.3 3.3 194 194 1,500 20,500 2,424 25,258 ,989 880 17,604 2,63 9.7 2
1,500 2,102 217 2,0 700 9 1,77o 257. 3. 19 Iao1 1o12. L
10,730 14,607 d 6., 3,491 26.3 20,056 10o,341 4,26O 1,215 2,247 90.8 51.6 34.0 1945 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific # .......... 194 10,726 145,472 1.7 29,391 4.0 193,995 76,655 19,177 151,298 23,750 7.0 39.5 33.3
10,723 15:606 2,75 20:,423 6,709 10:o96 14,289 3,08 70.0 32. 31.9 194 1944 l 10,72 43,o4a 28,263 189,118 61,290 9,901 133,09 27,050 70.4 32.4 32.7
1,617 2,059 15.4 365 d 1.0 2,655 99 385 2,131 26 80.3 37.3 38.0 1945 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ............ 1945 1,617 17,659 3.7 3,791 2.7 23,504 6,965 1,524 17,477 3,192 74.4 29.6 39.5
1,617 1,723 369 2:357 606 116 1,632 436 69.5 25.7 38.5 194 19 1,617 17,025 3, 93 22,7o4 6,529 1,184 17,314 2,892 76.3 2. 42.1
546 4,24o d 6. 4 d 13.8 4,90 720 97 1,699 1,779 34.6 14.7 1.9 1945 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ...................... 1945 56 32,214 d 2.0 54 d 6. 37314 9,21 3,227 17,139 11,033 45.9 24.7 20.0
547 4,530 --4 5324 974 347 2025 102 38.6 18.6 18.6 199 4 1994 546 32,69 58 3,144 9,399 3,45 17,271 11,313 45.3 24.6 19.1
2,371 15,121 d 10.7 1,61 1.9 12,317 10,010 5,926 16,563 4,033 90.4 54.7 31.5 194 OGreat Northern .................................... 1945 2371 144,9 d 16 427 3.95 17371 69,033 23,303 124,437 29,Z 3 71.6 39
8,371 169317 827 20,247 5,679 1,301 11,565 3,03 57.1 28.1 25.6 1994 19. 8,372 145,660 1702 175,260 57,419 12,245 110,612 26,43 63.1 32. 26.7
3,2192 4 -431,269 3-.5 16 1.3 61 231 102 2,o019 1 5.: .229..90Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ..........1 3,219 2o20,' 4d..4 129 d4.0 25, 97 4230 1, 12,,1 3 5762 70.4 32.0.3
369 43 7 2,771 732 150 1,754 63 2 6 32.2:51 s1. l 3,4 2, 32 1 9 ,0 2 a11325 :9 9:230 1:2M 1 ,103 |:2 70. 32.0
6173 11,107 d 1,2129 d 2.0 14,o46 4,986 1,27g 9,1745 4,022 64 5 29.525 194 Northern Paclfic ..................................1 94 6,870 92993 d 1.9 16,229 d 12.9 125 614 47,562 1270 93,429 22,621 14.4 37.9 30
7 1,6605 1,67 14,625 4,795 1,131 9,291 2602 67. 32.25729.5 19 45i 19- 6t187 10 92,612 130 4,10,210919,299
1,130 1,666 .1 2) d 3.5 1,924. 54. 65 1322 301 71.9 22.5 37.7 1945 Wisconsin Central #............................1 1,130 12,424 d 6.3 942 d 1.6 17,299 5,477 1,43 1324 147 .6 30.6 3.9
1 1,665 84 1,909 577 100 1,360 170 71.2 30. 35.2 194C e ntral Western Re io,12 9 5 1 1 4 7 30
Central Western Region:
959 1,6o d .3 726 d 2.6 2,750 i,1o4 14 2,28 17 3.2 40.2 35.6 19 Alton # . . . . ......... 959 20,107 d 2.0 7,0o4o d 11.2 3o 61 9,407 1,174 21,82 3.254 1: 30.7 3.2
959 2,023 794 3,211 265 72 2,092 516 65.2 26.9 3 1994 1994 959 20,512 7,926 31,695 8,900 695 21,037 3,517 231.9
13,113 27,342 d 21.5 10,741 17.1 4o,985 13,563 1,61 27,910 3,490 6.1 33.1 31.3 1945 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe / ...................1. 13,115 337,362 7.9 90,276 d 4,3 45 0 246 909 32 2 2112 5. 44.
13,093 34,221 9,169 4.7,295 18,54. 2,292 26,722 6:1 56.5 27.2 26.2 1994 1994 13,105 312,722 94,340 437,130 120,247 26, 6oo: 247,767 46,707 56.7 27.52.
3964 145252 3,359I 2.0 19562 6,173 718 12,705 ,1 650 31.6 28.6 19 ChicagoBurlington & Quinoy ....................... 1945 8976 ,0616 7.8 30953 d_9 209,92 62719 12221 123 139 6 g:9 30 2
8,984 16,752 3,293 22114. 6,62 169 1222 2 580 244. 194 99o 145,005 33,523 199,461 61,961 10,452 121,312 22,525 31
7,753 10,325 d 7.9 3,734 d .6 15,347 4,577 54i 10,229 2,335 67.0 29.2 31.0 1945 Chicago, Reck Island & Pacific #...................192 7,751 112,334. .3 35,172 d 5.2 165,579 47,M66 7,242 104.60 23,012 63. 22.7 22.
7,751 11,213 3,756 1,219 4,573 775 10,024 i, l 61.2 22.2 27.: 1944 19 7,751 109,27 37,329 15,516 4:iOO 7,18o 96:062 03 6.6 264 2
2,3286 4,906 9.2 998 27.9 6,208 1,708 197 4,o40 1,013 65.1 27.5 32. 19 Denver & Rio Grande Western # ..................... 1945 2,386 53294 12.5 2,372 2.0 64,225 30,707 16,547 52,02 d 1.152 81. 47. 2.7
23 5405 71 6524 ,43 421 4, 076 1,272 62.5 2.3 29.6 19 19 2,392 L7366 8,206 58,13 18,790 4,251 39,204 ,799 67.4 32.3 30.0
8,247 25,297 595 24. 7 Southern Pacific opany ....................... 19 8,247 283,410 d 2, 90,457 1.6 409,538 142,154 34.725 302,697 30,234 73.9 34.7 32.2
224.7 25,297 d 11.9 1 9 49 4 1 21,01 92626 3,L7 ;454 9. g 194262 91ii90C21b91_24,92
,:262 22,725 8:2 9 :749 12,932 2:123 30,0o 3104 73.7 31.7 35.1 19 1th.. 1 a8 8,262 291,496 22,99 413,460oo 130,192 21,191' 224,927 33,29 68.9 31.5 30.2
9,778 28,477 d 20.2 9,365 27.3 41,464 21,672 9,775 36,55 1,418 88.2 52. 29.6 1945 Union Pacific ..................................... 1945 9,7 6,9 3. 7008 26 9,49 47,741 3645 292,250 31,205 6.0 34.4 27.
9,722 35,66 7,355 47:003 11,55 1,:4 25:936 3,330 55.2 24.6 25.6 194 199 9,782 3o6,406 76,995 414, 125,57 16,414 22,697 31,112 63.3 30.3 27.
S3,253 3,657 1,210 ,4 ,6 13 4,263 43 7. 3.1 outhwestern Region: 1945 3,253 56,74 6.9 10,0 d 6.6 73,030 24,826 2,316 48,992 5,962 67.1 34.0 27.
,253 g57 d 37.0 1,Ig 31 618 ,23 43"Z 3 t Mllur-ana19xa ins.......................31303l4 95 44 6s.2
3:253 5,05 1:166 511 2:653 175 5,022 509 69 5.3 2. 944 944 3,23 53,061 11,573 69,617 23,907 1,749 47,4 5,44 6.2 343 2.6
7,02 12,516 d 17.6 2,964 d 22.5 16,947 4,94 64 11,09 2,253 66.7 29.4 32.0 195 Missourl Pacific # ............................ 1945 7,082 4 .2 22,306 d 22.2 12,216 51,37 9,34. 114,074 26,017 6o.6 27.2 22..
7,097 15,191 3,225 20,520 5,240o 900 n,66 3,:14 56.9 25.5 27.2 194I 1944Z 7,097 145,676 36,380 195,595 49,78 2,791 112,037 2,754 57.3 25.3 27.6
87 484 d 25.4 54 1.4 ol461 1,453 231 4 92 62 26.6 285 exas Pacf .................................... 19 1,7 4,66 2. 1 d 15.8 6,070 17,112 2,031 37,3 666 57.5 26.3 25.2
1:884 4:672 1,712 ,:962 2,018 123 407 58 58. 29.0 23.9 1 1,8 3,9 1,83 66,91267 12,62319 1,251 32,222 5,600 57.2 27.9 23.5
65 6,59 d 13.9 1,680 d .9 8,95 7,076 4,567 10,629 15 118.6 79.0 4.:6 195 St. Louise-Ban Franolsco # ......................... 1945 4,646 0,21 1.5 17,666 d 13. 9423 086 9,057 7 12,916 35 3.7
4164 65 6 ,620 6 l 2 9 46591t21 :9 0:IM
6 7,562 1:998 10,30 3,04.9 45 6:76 ,91 65.6 29.6 1.0 19 19 20,430 44166150 14,157 31.5 31.7
16o 223 1.9 21 d 23.3 25 77 7 1 214 2 22.9 29. 45:4 j 1945 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas...................... 194. 160 2,706 4d7.7 322 39,0 3,20o4 1. 2,056 264.2 22.3 35.9
159 219 27 255 205 15 80:3 31.3 41:4 1994 19 159 2,931 279 3,288 98 4 1,903 352 57.9 212 31.1
1,07_______ 4o ,14. 92 "694 95 2,4 ____d471 3,274. 30,400
,607 j6,2 d 40.1 36 d 9.5 2 220 ,17 2,3 2 6 0.6 2.3 19 St. Louis Southvestern Lines #.....................19 1,607 d52:4,6 2,902 3957,022 1 1,5 7 ,721 2,260 25.9
1,37?63 d .i ,62,'o 1,5 3,69 44 1,607. 11:991920,0 22.
136o7 6o29 345 6 6,54 11661 179 2 43:3 17.7 21.2 9 1,6944 54,9 3,5201 57,0 ,9977 ,0 27,701 20.0
322 648 d 21. ;27097 9.29 3 310 866 6419 1'344 715 3.6 29. Texas & Now Orleans ............................... 1 4 439 2 42 812 5 d 1 20,66 d6i1.2.8431, 62.1 28." 22.6
4,335 2,26o 2,237 11,262 2,923 334 ,5I 1,134. 5 2.127, 19 124 : 21,550 23,90 111, 2 813 9325


* A number of the carriers included in their October accounts charges to operating expenses and credits to tax accruals as a result of the
shortened period of amortization of defense projects. This adversely affects their operating ratios.
* Percent increase computed-on units of dollars.
i Includes amortization of Defense Projects.
Report of trustee or trustees.
Includes Atchiaon, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Inoludea returns for Southern Paolfio Steamship Lines.
A Decrease or deficit.


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