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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 )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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 Notes
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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Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00062
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Preceded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam roads
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

- INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3 1262 08731 009BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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the shortened period of amortization of defense projects. This adverely affeoots their operating ratios.
Percent increase computed on units of Oollars.
SIncludes amortization of Defense Projects.


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


Statement No. M-150
NOVEMBER 1945


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


FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 1945 AND 1944 FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER 1945 AND 1944
Operating revenues Operating expensees** Operating revenues Operating expenses**
Miles Frelight Passenger Percent Percent Pecn te Peren
of road Depreci- Net Oper- mainte- trans- Freight Passenger Percent Percent
oamndtei -. ato railway atng nane: prtaton Region, road, and year Average Freight Pa-eenger Depreci- Net Oper- mante- traena-
at close er- Per- All luded p- rat expense expense le ation In- railway atlng nance portatlon
S Amount en Amount Total mal.te- iureed Total atng (er ope ope of rd er Per- exene en
ofonth nnoe ng income cent) atng aing operated Amo cent Amount cent a in Total pr-ting (per- of per- of oper-
rease reae colun revenues revenuesree rease columnreenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (I) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n) (0) (P) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (W) (x) (7) (C) (aa)
(Money itema in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollare*
19692 1677 $37231 62,293 239,o64 $6116 5,396 $55,16 83.2 39.7 37 194 Total--oads listed herein ...................195 198,37 $5,522,378 4.7 $1,452,399 d $7,534,133 $2,66,337 $68,165 $5,561,o2 75,67
i98,936 526,77r, 130,969 708,792 211,870 40,560 -77,223 80,415 67.3 29.9 3 194. 19 44- R99,on:0 5,796,899 1,930,101 7,878,550 2,364,392 424,913 5,214,516 915,b12 66.25 30.0 31.
1789 16. 1,468 69 2,27 285 5048 6 828 372 40n & Ma ...........................19 1,789 51,2717615 d 1 75972 26652 4,515,66 6, 77.2 35.1 3
1,808 4,91,594 7,093 2,547 375 546595 77.1 35.9 36.6 199 194 1,818 55,435 17,923 80,371 26,510 3,818 59,197 9,,2 73.7 33.0 36.3
1, 838 0718 18 62 6 6.9 131406 3,745 45 9,768 1,926 72.9 27.9 37.8 1945 New York, Ne. Haven & Hartford #..........194 ,38 77,373 d 9.6 69,502 .8 19 467 46,096 9 9 11 160 28.9 36.1
1,838 7,040 6 21401 4 ,7117 821210,075 910370.0 28.6035.4 19441 67 99,12976842
o Great Lakes Region n .........517..........51....5 7 3857 7 0 11.4 28.0 34.7
846 3,204 l17 d 49. 1,286 7 24 7ol ,o. 7 3.8 II; 1e 4e4 Regis,51
846 3,705 209 l6 31 31 7 06174401 .6 37.8 3.8 1 Delawuare & Hudson .........................195 86 39,219 d 9.2 2,067 d10.5 425 12 19 814 6,613 37032 2,672 8.1 46.6 36.
6 1 2 1566 352 3124 690 77.9 39.0 34. 1944 19 8 47 3,182 2,310 6,615 17:144 3,789 34:620 8,081 74.3 36.8 33.6
973 4,o46 d202 923 3.9 5531 1732 4,458 56o .6 31.3 44.1 Delaware, Lackaanna & western ............. 973 5 53 d .997 66,975 2.736 47o4 52 990 ,
557 1596 ,537 861 69.2 24.3 4o.5 19* 19 973 550,257 1 .8 9,91 d 182,709 20,736 4,704 52,939 ,2 791 31.0 3.2
973rl5,0738883NR453719 29763 52 13,11 72, 79 19,28o6 4.024 52,034 5,24 71.8 26.6 40.7
2,2 8,229 d 19.0 1270 9.7 10,20 3,735 1 9,533934 36.6 46 195 Erie .....................................1945 2,243 109,293 11.5 1242 d .2 129916 45,38 13666 10,249 13595 3.3 3
2,2 o 10,162 1,158 12,123 3,615 b34 9835 1,i4 72.9 29.8 37.5 1944 194 2,244 123,545 12,567 145,232 39,519 6,714 99,903 17,853 68.8 27.2 36.4
1,26 217 36 .2 2,95 163 2 1 262 3.2 336 44 1945 Grand Tr o esterey.................... 19026 252 4.5 4,151 1.6 3361 185 126,998 4,387 79.7 3
1,026 2,450 403 3,055 8 155 2,165 598 70.9 27.8 33 194 n1944 1,026 263354 4,217 32,66931 0,754 1:666 25,084 4,931 76.8 352.9 38.

4 56 828 29.9 5,60 1,37 567 14629 578 82.6 34.6 42.1 I194 Lehigh Valley............................. 194 31,26 6,61 .1 ,0 25 4.0 72,74 0 1 43









1,20 6,8 637 7,56 2,2 2299 56 1,553 750 32.0 38.2 1 191,2779290,27 27,6ding...................... 12 .4 7 6 72.1 .
0,79 31,189 13,815 7.4 50266 1,931 5396. .7 42.ew York Central a ......................... 1907 91,99 9.6,612 d 1 6910,501
10,746 38,392 12,860 568 19,732 3,579 4,2 4968 79.7 37 39.7 197 33575...............3,0 213,383 38,923 2 0 .0 35.4 39.1
66,7663,129 212,211 36, ,310 61,507 72.6 32.0 357
1,687 5,103 d 32. 508 29.3 5 1,683 2 4256 902 74.o 2 -3 38.6 19 o ......8............. 194 ,046 12.9 d__ 0l 35,908 17,156 66,762 157 .8 33
1,687 7,589 393 8,1 2 2,012 51 4 82 1,o44 59.3 2.7 304 1944Yo, hicago & t. Louis................ 194 1,68 0926 .2,335 d2.7 5,210 4, 83


' 1lg 194? 1,68416 6 ,369 200 1. 5,8 70,4 7o 0 25-. 30.5
1,949 3,14 242 7 ,611 376 3,002 18.4 39.1 37.9 19. Pere Marquette d 8.2 w 25 0 4.......................2,327 32 45.0 37.5
,4 19 1,963 46.070 -3,55 52,172 18,5O 3,851 39,612 ,55 59 35-5 35.1













229 2,61 10 d 4.8 2,241 1,162 228 2233 326 99.6 9 .6 4 Pittsburgh & Lake Eri .................... 1945 229 26,227 d 12. 1,166 d 4.6 28,421 ,20 3,65 26,167 ,07 92.1 49.3 36.6
229 2,429 109 2,628 1,287 356 2,45 348 93.2 9.0 38.3 194I 1944 229 29,808 1,223 32,025 14,O16 3,693 26,18o 4,988 81.5 43.8 32.6
2,393 446 923 6.0 6847 1,950 254 ,796 69 0.0 25 35 1945 Waash ........... ................... ..19 9 2 d 9,62,,4
Central Eastern Region: 393 72,238 9,811 87,085 22,0 5 3,882 53,602 8,268 61.6 25.3 30.9
6,130 22,353 d1,6o6 d 9.9 27,476 10,076 1,092 21,934 4,304 79.8 36.7 37.1 195 Baltimore & Ohio .......................... 1945 6,1i 274,193 d 6.4o,737 d 6.s 336,006 iig,IO6 16,478 254,449?9,175: 3.2
6,129 25,783 ,03 31,424 11,055 1,488 23,833 2,339 75.8 352 5.3 1999 6,131 274291,771 6- ,952 -- 357,391 123,520 15,426 259,56344943 7. 2. 35.1
654 3,163 d0538 d 3 :,982 1.3:77 332 3,g58 d 84.3 34.6 43.8 1945 Central of New Jersey # .................1945 654 41,916 8.3 6,509 5.8 51,850 15,2 49 3,64 ,917 4,627 .
654 3,989 569 4,90 1, 40 320 3,11 5i-- 9 73.7 29.4 39.5 194 194 655 45,697 6,911 56,033 1 6,208 3,523 41,537 5,253 7. 1. 40.7
910 1,367 d 30.2 474 d 21.1 2,o61 1,499 847 2,526 66 122.6 726.6 1.5 194Z Chicago & Eastern Illinois.................1945 912 18,98 d 13.6 6,o422 d1.1 27,562 9,408 1,761 21,512 2,367 78.0 34.4 36.6
912 1,960 600 2,789 743 84 1,921 132 66 .9 26.6 36.5 1944 912 21,984 6,951 31,544 8,826 916 21,838 2,702 69.2 28.0 35.2
392 1,941 3 7.6 2,300 523 85 1,521 404 66.1 22.7 39.8 1945 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern.................... 1945 392 24,804 d 10.0 - 29,118 e10,74 4,365 22,182 2,785 76.2 36.3 36.8
392 2,683-3,044 981 467 1,894 579 62.2 32.2 33.0 1944 1944 392 27,546 31,862 11,:421 4,870 23,548 3,312 73.9 35.8 35.2
376 1,02 d 11.6 2,O1 4.073,352 966 187 2,758 22 82.3 28.8 50.6. 1945 Long Island ............................... 1945 376 12,(90 d 4.1 27,029,2.51; 41,931 11,311 2,095 30,866 3,114 7.6 27
376 1,164 2,107 3,57 1,040 182 2,736 105 80.3 30.8 6,8 1944 194 376 13,235 26,382 41,612 12,281 2,002 31,071 2,779 7.7 2
10,112 44,970 d9 23,143 9.4 73,824 23,192 3,125 59,02 7,280go 80.0 31.4 43.1 191 Pennsylvania .............................. 1945 10,112 568 04 d 9.0 235,028 9 d .3 872,153 273,816 44849 6:80,599 91,550 78.0 31.1 41.6
10,090 55,581 21,150 82,923 24,178 3,907 6OO10 9,140 72.4 29.2 38.4 1944194 10,096 624,7067 238,228 931,918 280,796 43,831 675,84 101,574 72.5 30.1 37.8

1, 10 8,196 87t6 9,i3 3,637 72 734 1,167 77.0 38.3 35.5 19 Pocahontas Region: 194 1,411 92,134 9,502 106,356 35,242 6,854 7,85 130 70.4 3. 3
3,08 14,268 d .2 2,406 43.7 17,358 5,:66 928 12,173 4,762 1 33.2 31.2 1945 Chesapeake & Ohio.........................1945 3,:07 160,111 d 6.9 20,265 d 6.1 187,512 107,147 58,077 171,455 18,879 91.4 57.1 29.3
3,0764 15,044 1,675 17, 5,37 159 11,438 2,660 65.4 32.2 28.2 1944 194 3,073 171,994 21,579 201,127 63,137 17,585 124,615 30,723 62.0 31.4 26.2
2,161 9,903 d 1,329 d 2.9 11,514 3,922 1,224 7,44 1,9 64.7 34.1 25.8 19 Norfolk & Western ......................... 1945 2,160 117,437 d 7.4 12,716 d19.7 134,178 44,372 13,787 82,904 21,913 61.85 33.1 24.
2,154 10,-90'1,322 12,012 3,637 1,219 7,296 2,09096 57. 28.8 24.0 1944 r1942 2,154 126,764 15,843 147,000 44,043 13,187 82,437 23,675 56.1 30.0 22.2
4,931 6,60 d 23 2 4.4 10,703 4,820 912 9,144 821 4 45.o 34.5 19 Atlantic Coast Line ....................... 194 4U 914 82,085 d 11.1 7,279 d 9. 128,O4o 40,o91 9,841 97,076 6,810 75.8 37.6
4,961 8,589 3:29 12,962 3,238 841 7,946 933 -U3 25.0 31.8 19l Atlant4i9 2 92:29 4 4,172 142,656 35,931 s:625 9 ,612 11,985 59.3 25.2
1,816 2,072 001.6 634 d .4 3,042 877 126 2,317 536 76.2 28.8 39.74 1915 Central of Georgia # ... ................1945 1,816 24,250 L1.5 7,647 d4.4 35,397 11.571 2,749 27,179 4,809 78.5 32.7 39.0
1,816 20720 7.1 31.8 39.4 19419- 1,816 24,629 7,998 35,777 10,359 2,308 25, 77 5,900 71. 29.0
1,945 2,61 d 9.6 Io 190 9-5 2,911 1,401 109 2,744 d 24o 94.3 40.1 34.7 1945 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ....................... 19145 ,944 31,611 2.1 2,580 2.6 35,338 12,620 1,740 25,266 2,781 71.5 3
129; ,289 174 3:166 1,097 195 2,19 9 69.2 34.6 27.8 i944 1944 1:964 30,964 2,515 3.,585 11,858 1,892 23,584 4,256 68.2 34.3
4,822 11,036 d227.7 ,2451 d 1., 14,654 5,296 788 11,249 1,081 6.7 36.1 34.4 1945 Illinois CentralI.......................... 1945 4,822 148,840 d.7 30,9o6 d9.9 192,337 63,635 11,296 131146 20, 2 68.23
4,823 15,2721 2,47 18,975 6,052 1,130 12,082 1,812 3.7 31.9 27.4 i944 194rI 4,823 157,828 34,285 205,o01 66,284 12,276 132,664 22,04 64 7 33 28.0
4,759 11,036 d1. 2,303 03 d37.7 14,2? 55 o6o0 1,057 11,172 1,619 78.4 35.5 37.33 194 9Louisville & Nashville.....................l9 4,7 138,24 d 2- 3.1 33,016 d 22.0 182,646 56,782 11,9 124,901 21,4565.4 3
4,753 13,210 3,699 17,862 4,761 1,025 10,935 2,108 61.2 23.7 30. 194419944l4,74 142,65e.42,351.196,141 53,955 11,105 120,568 22,661.5 27.5
4,151 6266 1d 14.2 2,731 d1 9 1 19, 3 7,338 ,23135.12 7945 4,68376,46d36435:13 Seaboard Air Line ##.........519 4516s76,346d 6.4535,123 d i0.O 120,102 37,537 35 83136 17 62 69.2 3
4,174 7,302 -3,376 1 1 1:,32 3:102 7,306 31480519 eorA L-1. . .o.19934,175 81,593339 21.20,102 4,90 3 80,405
6,505 12,631 d1.7 4,023 d 15.9 17,941 5,303 526 12,625 2,133 70.4 2356 1945 Southern..................................6505 162580d5310,656 146,6oo6,533 63.2
3 2b.2 2901944 6,509 171,971 54,619 240,162 66,260 10,319 143,76 30,08 59.9 27.6 28.3
1,524 2,036 13.7 269 9 ,24 78 s 80 1,744 278 71.2 32.0 34.2 1945 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley.................1 45 1,524 24,525 7.1 3,591 d 24.2 29,685 9,425 1,072 20,475 3,428 69.0 31. 32.4
1,524 1,791 448 2,.Z 905 99 1,930 214 80.3 37.7 37.5 194 19is 1,524 26,395 4,737 32,861 9,057 1,080 20,649 4,494 62.8 27.6 31.1
e A number of the carriers Included in their November accounts charges ta ooeratlng expenses and credli0 to totaeac.uls.1- -a.s 1r -o_----I-----_------







INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


NOVEMBER 1945


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


FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 1945 AND 1944 FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER 1945 AND 1944
Operating revenues Operating expenses** Operating revenues Operating expenses**
Freight Passenger Percent Percent Percent Percent
Miles Freight Passenger Deprecia- Net Oper- ainte- ran- Average Freiht Passenger Depreci- Net Oper- ,mainte- tran-
of road tion in- railway acting nane portation Region, road, and year ies otiaon in- railway atingnane portation
operated Per- Per- All luded oper- ratio expenses expensesad Per- Per- Allluded oper- ratio expanses expense
at close cent cent Total mainte- in pre- Total ating- n (per- at of oper- ofrad net cPea Total malnte- Total -ing (per- of oper- of oper-
of month Amount in- Amount in- nance ceding income** cent)** acting atng operated Amount i- Amount in- nance ing income** cent)* atng atng
crease crease column 9 revenues revenues crese creas column revenues revenues
(a) (b() (c) (d) (ea () (C) (h) (1) (.1) (k) (1) (mlC) (n) ()(a) C(pe() (r)( (t)s(u) v) (w) I (x)L(y)(z)(
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* Northwestern Region: (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
8,o65 9,181 d 5.9 $3,459 12.2 14,16o0 $9,02 $5,323 $14,878 $752 105.1 63.7 35.9 1945 Chicago & North Western .......................... 1945 8,067 $106,270 1.5 834,503 1.0 $157,370 $60,77 2,630 $123,247 18,746 7.3 3.6 34.4
8,072 9,760 3,083 14,322 ,336 980 9,875 1,930 62.9 30.3 33.5 194 1944 s,085 104,652 34,155 153,740 47,926 10,519 107,410 21,728 69.9 31.2 33.4
1,500 1,51 d 13 388 107.2 2,492 757 105 1,876 235 75.3 30.4 39.4 1945 Chicago Great Western ............................ 194a 1,500 22,252 3 2,2581' d .9 27,090 8,052 1,126 19,850 2,397 73.3 2.7 32.9
1,500 2,143 187 2,557 699 94 1,775 22 69.4 27.4 36.9 1944 194 1,500 23,031 2,611 27,815 7,684 974 19,379 2,86 27.6 3
10,731 12,801 d 10.7 3,722 36.6 18,395 9,737 4,71 17,6'8 1,925 95.9 52.9 37.4 1945 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific # ......... 1945 10,727 358,273 .6 33,113 6.9 212,390 86,392 23,74 16,936 25,675 79.5 4.7 33.7
10,723 14,328 2,725 18,91 : 6,215 1,106 13,445 2,862 71.1 33.0 33.0 1944 1941 10,727 157,375 30,988 20s,033 67,535 11,007 146,534 29,912 70. 32.5 32.
1,617 1,902 11.3 372 10. 2,490 950 38 2,094 85 84.1 3.2 4o.8 1945 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ........... 1945 1,617 19,560 4.4 4,163 3.3 25,994 7,915 1,909 19,571 3,377 75.3 30.5 96
1,617 1,709 336 2,236 515 11 1,558 410 69.7 23.0 41.3 1944 194. 1,617 18,734 4,:29 24,90 7,o4 1,301 18,87? 3,302 75.7 28
546 1,405 d 26.6 4 d 3.8 1,632 668 129 1,428 176 87.5 40.9 43.5 1945 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ..................... 1945 546 33,619 d 3.3 8 d 6.6 38,946 9,885 3,357 18,567 11,209 7.7 25.4 20.9
57 191 4 2,200 897 352 1,:471 380 66.9 4o.2 27.2 19g 1911 546 3,783 b2 40,343 10,296 3,809 18,74; 11,69 6.5 25.5 19-5
,332 11,02 d 1.3 2,105 21.5 14,308 10,177 5.439 16,901 3 118.1 7.1 42.4 1945 Great Northern ................................... 19 8,368 155,577 d 2.2 18,533 d 1.2 188,059 79,210 28,742 141,33 29,115 75.2 42.1 28.9
8:372 13:494 1:733 16:439 5:605 1,321 10,965 1,893 66.7 34.1 28.4 1944 19 8,372 159,153 18,761 191,699 63,025 13,565 121,576 22,736 63.4 32.9 26.8
3,224 2,395 32.8 162 .8 2,736 837 181 1,932 326 70.6 30.6 35.9 1945 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ........ 19 3,224 22,810 d 6.3 1,711 d 3. 26,333 9,281 2,009 20,208 2,897 76.7 35.2 36.9
3,219 l:804 161 2,119 727 153 1,677 215 79.1 34.3 39.6 1944 1944 3,219 24,348 1,774 27,817 8,957 1,639 19,780 5,597 71.1 32.2 34.8
6,873 9,63 d 10.7 2,00 d 6.3 12,069 4,84 1,269 92 2,594 79.0 40.5 32.3 1945 Northern Pacific ................................. 195 6871 1 og,56 d 2.7 8,2, d 12.2 137,682 52,47 13,79 102,2_59 25215 4.S 3. 30.S
6,867 1l04,1 2144 13,362 4,722 1,151 9,439 2,3;1 70.6 35.3 29.7 19 6867 llloO 20,762 3,592 74 11,59 97,609 21,643 33.0 29.2
1,01 1,45 d .5 87 5. 1,736 1,06 14 1,8 d 4og 10.7 61.4 61.6 195 Wisconsin Central # ................. ......... 194 1,122 16,919 d 6.1 1,029 d 1.0 19,635 6,542 1,450 15,411 1,539 78.5 33. 39.2
1,122 1,549 82 1,774 536 -97 1:321 __' 74. 30.2 39.0 194.1 194 1,122 18,009 1,039 20,595 6,253 1,123 15,001 2,829 72.8 30. 37.2
Central Western Region:
959 1,579 d 25. 8672 19.1 2,821 1,009 151 2,200 269 7.O 35.8 34.6 194 Alton #..........................................1945 959 21,66 4.2 7,907 d .6 33,422 10,416 1,327 24,081 3,523 72.1 31.2 3.2
959 2,8 727 3,188 847 79 2;,161 45 67.8 26.6 35.1 19 19 959 22,630 8,654 34,8S3 9,741 774 23,198 3,962 66.5 27.9 32.2
13,112 22'24 d 37.0 11,322 22.3 646 14,46 1,615 27,957 2,77 76.7 39.7 33.5 1945 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ..................1945 13,114 359,692 3.3 101,59 4,418 219,06 92,314 370,39 34,900 72 .4 27.8
13,092 35:412 9,258 47,904 12,386 2,955 27,592 7,668 57.6 25.9 29.0 1944 1944 13,104 34,195 103,598 485,034 132,633 29,554 275,359 54,375 56. 27.326.5
,964 12,164 a26. 2,9 .6 17,002 5,61 71 12,166 1,19 71.6 33.4 32. 19 Chicago, Burlington & uincy ..................... 1945 ,975 172,780 4.4 33,897 d7.6 226,84 68,399 12,939 135,306 27,402 59.8 30.3 25.4
,988 16,512 3,119 21,131 5,737 1,20 12,093 2,3 57.2 27.1 25.7 19 194 ,990 165,517 36,702 220,592 67,698 11,667 133,410 24956 60.5 30.7 25.5
7,752 9,460 17.7 3,588 .2 14,27 4,290 544 9,944 1,645 69.6 30.0 32. 1945 Chicago, Reeck Island & Pacific # .............. 1945 7,751 127,75 5.8 38,766 d 5.2 179,57 51,855 8,392 114,634 24,657 63.7 28.8 29.1
7,751 11, 91 3,582 16,279 4156 781 10,114 1, 7 62.1 28.0 28.3 1944 194 7,751 120,765 40,912 174,797 46,361 7,961 106,176 25,530 60.7 26.5 28.3
2,326 4,12 d 17 1,06 47.7 5447 2019 109 4,326 459 7 12:4 371 361 195 Denver & Rio Orande Western # .................... 1945 2,3926 57,422 9.6 9,430 5.7 69,742 32,726 16,746 552 693 1.1 46.9 29.3
2,388 5004 -716 9;054 1;921 4gi 4;oi9 973 4 31.7 29.5 194 594 2,392 52,371 2,922 64,218 20,711 4,732 ,22. 4 12,-673 67.3 32.3 20.9
8,247 20,022 d 22.2 8,913 3.3 32,130 18,426 8,441 34,332 192 io6.9 57.3 40.1 1945 Southern Pacific Companyv / ...... 19 8,247 303,433 d 5.0 99,370 1.8 41,668 160,581 43,166 337,019 30,426 76.3 36.4 32.2
8,257 27,902 624 40,127 12,705 2,159 29,550 2,112 73.6 31.7 34.9 19 194 8,262 319,392 97,622 453,535 142,903 23,350 314,476 36,001oo 69.3 31.5 31.2
9,777 22,43 d 31.5 ,800 20.8 3,639 19,673 9,66 33,941 335 98.0 56.8 3.7 1945 Union Pacific .................................... 1945 9,70 339,741 3'o9 4.2 464,189 167,44 45,711 326,190 31,540 70.3 36.1 28.3
9,782 33369 7:284 4385 11352 13631 253539 3,093 58.1 253.8 2.9 194 194 9,722 339,775 4,279 45,702 136,95 12,045 29n,235 31,205 62. 29.9 27.2
Southwestern Region:
3,253 3,652 31.8 1,148 2.0 ,33 1,989 183 458 461 6.0 37.3 31.3 194 Missouri-Kaneas-Texas Lines ...................... 19 3,23 6o,401 3.4 11,956 d 5.9 7 68 26,815 2,500 53,050 6,424 67.7 34.2 2.0
3,253 5352 1126 oo6 2,72 175 4:833 1,561 .9.0 35.3 28.5 1944 19 3,262 58,413 12,699 76, 23 26,379 1,924 52,321 6,905 68.3 34. 2.6
7,082 11,211 d 26, 2,2 4 7 d2 18.9 15,505 5,o4 9o65 11,110 1,963 717 32.3 33.7 1945 isoi P fic If .......................... 1945 7,02 157,145 d 2.3 31,179 2 21.92 203,721 56,151 10,003 125,123 27,90 61.4 27.5 29.2
7,097 l5i149 3,542 20,197 5,249 96 11,503 2646 56.9 26.0 26.6 194 1942 7,097 160,225 39,921 215,791 54,727 9,697 123,54b 31,4oo 57.2 25. 27.5
1,87 3,271 d 22.4 1,34 d 11.2 ,163 1,405 231 3,273 91 63.4 27.2 28.5 1945 Texas & Pacific .................................. 1945 1,878 47,940 .5 16,39 d 15.4 70,234 18,517 2,262 40,716 9,585 58.0 26.4 25.5
1;,284 4;216 1,559 -- 6,32 1:25 123 3,790 562 59.9 22.9 25.1 44 194 4 1:s4 47,680 19,394 73,235 20,508 2,008 42,078 2 ,l62 57.5 2.0 23.
4646 5,903 9..6 1,936 '.1 ,5c 2,29 '76 6,4141 1,119 7.7 32.9 35.5 1945 St. Louis-San Francisco # .................. 1945 4,646 76,184 d 19,602 2d 12.1 o4,012 36,915 9,433 76,l 14,035 73.9 35. 32.9
4:64 7,346 1,279 9,922 2:965 487 6,6o8 1:740 66.2 29.7 31.3 1944 19419 4,650 76,597 22,309 106,451 33,380 5,237 72,757 15,97 6.3 31. 31.7
60 35 d 3. 21 41.9 262 68 4 195 20 72.2 21.4 40.2 1951 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas .................. 1945 160 2,941 d 7.4 409 29.9 3,472 782 6o 2,251 314 64.2 22.5 36.2
159 2 1 36 2 70 4 201 25 9:7 24:3 3.:0 1944 191 159 3,175 315 3,577 768 44 2,io4 367 58.8 21.5 31.6
1,607 3,539 d 40.1 388 37.2 4,078 2,210 1,154 3,626 616 88.9 54.2 2.6 1945 St. Louis Southwestern Lines # .................... 195 1,607 55,979 8.0 3,289 d 13.5 61,101 16,991 5,02 3,02 7,184 5.7 27. 235
1,607 5906 283 632 io4 181 2,613 991 41.2 16.5 21.0 19419 1,607 0,862 3,802 66,228 3,2 1,771 30,39 9,852 5.9 19.7 22.3
322 60239 .6 8,9 3,379 919 6687 967 76.3 3'.5 31.4 19 Texns & New Orleans .............................. 1 4,327 90,245 10.5 22,699 d 12.6 110,690 32,057 5,387 69, 13405 63.2 29.0 22.2
4,334 876 2052 459 2,72 335 627 1,252 54. 23.9 26.4 19 19 4 38 90311 2595 123,119 31,01 579 6 7 1189 55.
A .b~ *.- f the 0i-an a on e r pe s a s i


A nu-ber ouf ihec arrACrs included in their November accounts charges to operating expenses and credits to e r.i aocruals 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.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
/ Includes Atchison, Top-ka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
- Decrease or deficit.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1946-0-657241


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