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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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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: AA00015604:00063
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
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Statement No. M-150
DECEMBER 1945


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


FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 1945 AND 1944 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER 1945 AND 1944
Operating revenues Operating expenses** Operating revenues Operating expenses*
Miles Freight Passenger Pertnt percent O-..--pero--e Perceant Percent-
aofreadaen in- railway ating nanoe- portation Region, road, and year Average Freight Passenger pre nn
operated All lpe?- ratio expenses expenses milee ation railwaytingnnce portaton
at close Per- Per- A lauded opr- ratio expenses expenses of road p Per- All -luded oper- ratio expenses expenses
f month Aount ent Amount ent al mant- in pre- Total eating (per- of opepeated -ent Total mainte- pre-Total eating oopr of er-
in- A in- n. ceding InooeO a ent) ating tng Amount Amoin-unt In- nanoeo idingICO cent)-- atnE eitng
crease crease column u revenues revenues e crerevenues revenues
(a) Ib) (c) (d) e) I (f) () (h) (1) (J) (k) (1) -1 (m) (n) _(o) (p) (q) (r) ) (t) (u) (v) _(w) (x) (y) () (a)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
198,805 $3358,820 a 28.3 151,493 11.2 $557,930 $586,778 $380,208 1875,555 d 31.37 156.9 105.2 44.4 1945 Total--Roads listed herein .................. 1944 199,072 5.883,411 d 6.6 1,604,429 3.7 8,095,058 3,144,024 1,060,476 $6,439,440 $759,52 79.5 40.1 34.1
199,125 500,479 136,185 86,869 224:752 43,373 506,339 62;205 73.7 32.7 35.6 1944 w England Region1944 19992 6,299,192 1,666,791 8,568,016 589,952 468,386 5,722,803 978,056 66.8 30.2 31.7
New England Region:d, d231,35 3561 95
1,764 4,025 15.6 1,646 2.3 6,261 8,674 6,661 11,712 d 3 187.1 .5 43.1 1945 Boston & Maine ........................... 1945 1,787 55,552 d 7.7 19,261 a 1.4 82,233 35,327 11,176 70375 3,561 85.6 43.0 37.7
1,789 4,770 1,609 6,971 3,241 486 6,309 90.5 46.5 39.2 194 1944 1,815 ,2o6 19,533 -87342 29,751 4,305 65:506 10,094 75.0 34.1 36-5
1,838 5,613 d 21.5 7,075 3-3 13,73 22,230 18,723 28,606 d 7.055 208.4 161.9 39.1 1945 BeN. York, New Haven & Hartford # .........1945 1,838 82,986 d 10.5 76,577 1.0 173,197 68,326 28,142 142,225 10,553 82.1 39.4 36.3
1,838 7,152 6,852 14,981 4,256 849 10,658 9849 71.1 28.4 3.4 1944 191414 1,838 92 73 75,816 182,394 51,113 8,688 125:206 20,146 68.6 28.0 34.8
Great Lakes Region:
846 3,154 d 11. 185 d 16.5 3,431 1,241 175 2,836 333 82.7 36.2 41.:5 1945 Delaware & Hudeon ........................ 194 846 42,374 i 9.3 2,251 d 11.1 45,943 21,054 6,788 39,868 3,005 86.8 45.8 36.6
846 3,555 222 3,870 1,597 352 3,220 767 83.2 41.3 37.7 1944 1944 847 46:737 2,532 -- 50,485 1:741 4:142 37,840 8:848 75.0 37.1 33.9
973 3,715 d25. 1,084 13.0 5,271 4,854 3,674 7,687 d 2192 145.8 92.1 47.8 1945 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ........... 1945 973 54,268 10.3 11,061 __.5 72,246 25,590 8,378 60,676 2,348 84.0 354 3.6
973 5,012 959 6,550 1,708 376 4,893 74.7 26.1 44.4 1944 1944 973 60,470 11,120 79,029 20,994 4,400 56,927 6,420 72.0 2b.6 41.0
2,242 7,710 20.5 1,228 14.9 9576 4,050 497 10,612 328 110.8 9 2.3 56 1945 Erie ..................................... 1945 2,242 117,003 d 12.2 13,270 d 2.7 139,491 49,888 14,163 118,861 1,923 85.2 35.8 42.0
2,243 9,703 1,068 11,489 3,542 659 9,220 12 80.2 30,8 43.6 1944 1944 2,244 133,248 13,635 156,721 143,060 7,373 109,122 16,324 69.6 27.5 36.9
1,026 1,765 23.8 448 34.9 2,418 1,097 194 2,541 d 10 105.1 45.4 52.4 1945 Grand Trunk Western ...................... 1945 1,026 29,286 2.2 4,599 1.1 36,279 12,952 1,971 29,539 4,216 81.4 35.7 4.
1,026 2,315 332 2,854 956 158 2,367 153 2.9 33.5 44.4 1944 194 1026 28,649 4549 35,523 11,710 1,824 27,451 5,384 77.3 33.0 393
1224 3,780 d 37.8 865 16.6 4,987 9,809 8,247 12,709 d 254.8 196.7 5.80 1945 Lehigh Valley ............................ 1945 1,258 64,432 d 23.0 8,345 -d 2.2 77,733 33,510 4,485 70,107 5 90.2 43.1 41.7
60,082 742 7,178 2,319 567 5,763 g 80.3 32.3 42.8 1944 1944 1,260 83:728 8,533 97,45 30,10 6,630 70,873 077828 72.7 31.0 37.6
10,79 26,649 d 23.2 19,832 62.8 51,26 69,412 46,716 97,990 d 55 191.1 135.4 48.6 195 New York Central / ...................... 194 10,749 418,644 d 10.6 169,444 d 6.4 654,364 282,795 85,64o 05o,681 49,944 .7 43.2 39.8
10,746 34,709 12:181 51,834 21,514 4,191 50,530 2 97.5 41.5 48.o 1944 1944 10,746 46 --- 180,965 -714963 233724 41:031 531840 65759 744 32.7 36.6
1,687 ,6 d 37.2 398 36.3 5,413 2,462 671 5, d 93 43.6 47.6 1945 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ............ 195 1,687 79,914 d 14.9 d 19.9 85,567 38,270 17,827 72,083 12,403 8.2 144.7 3.
1:687 75755 292 193 2,6 1 545 5,409 6. 29.9 31.6 1944 19 1688 93,921 1 100459 25:664 5:636 60:619 11,291 60.3 25.5
1,949 3,010 d 1.7 311 12.7 3,51 1,409 254 3,231 103 92.1 40.1 .46.0 1945 Pere Marquette ........................... 1945 1,949 45283 d 9. 3,470 d 11.5 51,501 22,979 7,874 45,559 3,766 88.5 44.6 38.1
1,949 3,702 276 4,131 1,618 376 3,608 356 873 39.2 429 1944 1944 1,962 49,772 3,921 56,303 20,158 4:226 43,220 5,010 76.8 35.8 35-7
229 2,059 d 119 d 19.07 2,240 493 1 3,344 5,778 2 257.9 206.1 44. 1945 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ................... 5 229 28,272 d 11.3 1,285 d 6.2 30,661 18637 6,994 31,945 3,783 1042 60.8 37.2
93 1,248 2,363 22 3 44 1944 29 31,87 1:370 34,318 15,263 14088 28,471 5,217 83.0 44.5 33.2
2,393 5,o48 d 18.4 947 2.6 6,469 .6,883 5,381 10,113 444 156.3 106.4 42.1 1945 Wabash ................................... 1945 2,393 75,263 d 4.0 10,241 d 4.6 91,078 29,957 9,392 65,545 8,666 72.0 32.9 33.3
2,393 6,188 923 7,616 1,612 391 4,643 1,010 61.o 21.2 33.5 1944 1944 2,393 7842 --10:734 -- 94,701 23,657 4,273 56,245 9,277 61.5 25.0 31.1
Central Eastern Region:
619 193 1.4 4,469 2.6 25,367 29,265 19,713 42,21 d 281 166.14 115.4 4 1945 19 Balti ore & Ohio .............................. 9195 6,132 293,496 d 7.0 s48,216 d 6.0 361,373 147,371 36,191 296,662 37,043 82.1 408 35.7
23,4 13,300 ,1 922 44.6 41. 19 19 6,1 315419 51,308 -- 387:19 136:820 17:67 87:069 1648 74.1 35.3 33.
6 2,885 d 25.4 5894 d 1.8 3,697 5,328 2,579 7,532 d 391 203.7 144.1 5.14 1914 Central of New Jersey # .................. 1 654 144,801 d 9.6 7,0593 d 5.5 55,547 20,577 6,227 46,449 1145 83.6 37.0 41.4
3,868 595 ,7 322 111.2 63. 42.9 1944 654 4965 7 5 60796 9,24 345 4633 4,496 77.0 3. 410
910 1,340 d 20.7 52 d 17. 2,104 627 80 1,933 96 91.8 29.8 52.9 1945 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ............... 1945 912 20,329 d 14.1 6,567 13.4 29,666 10,115 1,841 23,444 2,463 79.0 34.1 37.8
912 1,690 636 2,565 726 84 2 O 228 78.4 28.3 40.2 1944 1944 912 23,67 -- 7,587 34,110 9,552 999 23,848 2,930 69.9 28.0 35.5
392 1,929 d8.5 2,246 6,997 6,468 8,130 d 362 0 311.5 45.4 19 5 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................. 1945 392 26,732 d 11.6 31,364 17,572 10,33 30,312 1,297 96.6 56. 37.4
392 2,697 3,064 1,038 468 2,209 72.1 33.9 35.3 1944 1944 392 30,243 -- 34:926 12,459 5,339 25,757 3,125 73.7 35.7 35.2
76 1,95 726 d 33.6 2172 4.4 3,6 1,226 81 3,112 d 1 101 4 14. 56. 1945 Long Island................................ 1945 37 6 13,16 6.4 29,200 2.6 4,998 12,538 2,476 33,978 2,715 755 27 5.1
76 1,095 2079 3,33 939 179 2,7214 81. 28.1 194 1944 376 14330 2:461 44:948 13,220 2,181 33793 2814 75.2 29 43.6
10,121 35057 d 2,83622 5.6 64,301, 64 1 4,963 103,49 d 4 16. lO.9 o 194 5 Pennsylvania ............................. 1945 10,113 603,562 d 10.5 258,264 d_ 936,453 338,720 89,811 78,947 87,181 83.7 36.2 2.3
10,115 49,629 22,577 7809 22,567 3,795 60,472 7,398 77.4 28.9 43.0 1944 1944 10098 674395 260,805 016 303364 47626 73319 10,972 72.9 30.o 38.2
1,362 6,531 d18.9 2 1,335 43.6 8,231 16,115 12945691 2024 3,63 23.3 15.. 19eding.................................1945 366 92,573 d 7.6 11,631 11.5 109,l52 53,788 21,260 97,491 15,782 89.2 49.2 36.5
1,372 8,057 930 9,438 14,033 681 1 7,838 348 83.0 12.7 36.8 1944' otR n .............194 407 100 91 :432 11594 39 275 7 536 2 691 13372 71.4 3
0814 12,625 d 2.0 2,626 36.2 15,820 6,666 640 13,230 3,146 83.6 42.1 34.9 1945 Chesapeake & Ohio ........................ 15 307 172736 d 6.6 22,891 d 2.6 203.332 113,812 59.717 4,65 22,025 90. 56.0 9.8
,076 12,882 1,928 15409 6,366 2,134 12,252 2,090 79.5 41.3 31.9 194 1944 07 184877 --23,507 21,536 69,503 19,719 136,67 32,13 63.2 32.1 26.6
2161 ,31 8 1,3 2.2 10,686 12,325 9,954 16 021 8 4 143.9 115. 2 194 Norfolk & Western ........................ 1945 2,160 126,268 d 7. 1,101 d 18.0 144,864 5,b697 23,741 98,924 22,767 6.3 39.1 24.9
2,154 10,807 1,356 12,599 3,551 1,229 7,276 2,269 57.8 28. 2.9 194 B 19144 2,154 137,571 17199 --159,599 47 594 14 415 89,713 25944 56.2 29.8 22.4
930 6,346 d *3 3,304 d 12.6 10,656 21,246 16,941 26,131 d 16 24j5.2 199.4 39.0 195 Atlanti oCoast Line ...................... 1945 4934 8,431 d 12.1 4054 d 9.7 13,67 69336 26782 12327 5,7 50.
4,935 ,337 3,782 13,290 4219 834 9,223 69.4 31.7 33.2 19 194 4960 0:630 4-- 4:954 155,946 40:150 9:458 93:,834 13,672 60.2 25.7 29.9
1,816 1,901 d 13.1 590 d 19.9 2,857 7,838 7,2o40 9 1001 325.8 274.3 43.5 19 Central of Georgia # ..................... 1945 1816 26,150 d 2.5 7 d5.7 38254 19,4o 9989 37,087 7 97.0 50.7
1,816 2,189 736 3,211 927 2148 2,16 95 75.2 28.9 39.9 19 1tfe 1,816 26,8150 7 8237 38,25 11286 556 37,0947 ,097 72.1 2.9 3.
1945 2405 d 14.5 244 5.5 2,742 4,0142 1,582 5,421 5 1 198.8 147.4 40.1 19 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ........................... 195 1,944 34 016 .7 2 824 2.8 38 080 16,662 3 33 30,717 2 76 80.7 43
1,950 2,813 231 3,152 1,236 179 2368. 75.1 39.2 28.4 194 19g44 1,963 33:777 2:746 37,737 13,093 2571 25,952 42 688
5,081 10,007 d 30.4 2,822 d 6.9 13,257 11,353 6,934 17,791 d 905 1 4.2 85.6 42.0 1945 lIllnole Central ......................... 1945 5,081 161,064 d 7.5 34,260 d 9.4 208,585 15,895 18,334 151,019 20,332 72.4 36.4 30.7
5,082 14,388 3,032 18,478 5,371 1,0251 11,8614 2M 64.2 29.1 30.5 1944 1944 5,082 174:,031 37:820 226,088 72,4b3 13,397 141475 24,85 b4.8 52.1 2.3
4 5B 10,367 d 20.5 2,564 d 35.9 13,896 149V 9,892 21,580 956 i5: 107.6 41. 194 Louisville & Nashville ...................19 4,756 146,610 d 4.5 d,5 23.2 196,541 71,740 21,441 146,8 22,701 74. 5
: 13,038 4,000 18,639 4,75 1,033 11,314 5 0. 25.5 30. 19 19 155:69 21:7 5700 1 37 131:83 637 61. 3296
4 1 6,355 d 13.1 2,2d2 d .7 10,109 23,271 13,16 28,167 d 9.206 278.6 230.2 ;6.9 194 Seaboard Air Line ## ..................... 1945 4,166 82,701 d 7.0 38,055 d 10,210 60,606 20,691 111,30o 4,15 65.5 4.7 31.8
: : 7314 3, d15 11,780 3,572 1, 8:455 1, 46 71.8 30.3 35.19 1 19. 4,:174 88,907 42:647 -- 141:189 37,792 6:631 6 8,939 22,300 63.0 26.8 30.0
6 44 11,81S 20d-.4 432 d5.8 17578 19719 15,1S6 27,345 285 155.6 112.2 37.7 1945 Southern ................................. 1945 6,503 174,397 d 6.7 57,362 3.2 247,537 86,11 P5,42 173,945 26,818 70.3 35.1 30.6
6,505 14,851 4,652 20,817 5,375 986 13,125 3,335 63.1 25.8 32.9 1944 1944 6,509 186,2d 7 59,271 260,979 71635 11,305 156,911 33,416 60.1 27.4 28.7
1,5524 1252 d o2141 d 6o.2 3,1,78 41 95 2,03728 d 598 1 0.5 79.0 3 195 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ............... 19 1,524 26,7033 d 9.4 3,832 d 28.3 31,469 10,85 1,920 22848 3526 2.6 34.4 33
54 2, 0 3,13 883 95 2,087 d 25 .5 282 3. 194 19 1,524 2,748 5:345 35,998 9,941 1,176 22,736 269 .2 27,6


- A number of the carriers included in their December 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 Inrease computed on units of dollars.
Includes amortizatlon of Defense ProJeots.


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













INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 1945 AND 1944 FOR TWELVE L.ONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER 1945 AND 1944
Operating revenues Operating expenses* Operating revenues Operating expenses-
Freight Passenger ant- fued oalan Percent Percent nan----------e---- ceding-- ---------
les Freight Pasenger Deprecia- Net Oper- mante- ranc- Freight Passenger Percent Percent
of roa aailw t n ay acting nance portation Region, road, and year Average laprec e Oe 0anu tr
operated Per- Per- ud oper- ratio expenses expenses All aton in- railway atng
at close cent cent Total oainte- ore- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- o road cPer- Per- a lTotal clouded Totaloper- ratio ses expense
At-operated At cent in pre- eating c
of month Amount in- Amount in- nance ceng income cent) eating eating operated Amount cent cent in pr- Tot atng (per- of oper-t
crease crease column r revenues revenues crease crease column e revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (l (f) () (h) (I) (J) (W)) (1) W () (n) I (o) (p) (q) (r) () (t) u) () w) (z
(loney items in thousands of dollars)* (Money itemn in thousands of dollare*
Northwestern Region:
,65 9 d o.o 3,99 272 1329 50 $5,334 15.365 115.6 6. 40.9 1 Chicago & North Western ......................... ........,O7 $ ,059 .7 36,494 3.2 170,666 69,924 25,96 13,612 1,193 .2 1. 3.9
8,072 8:652 3,13- 13,22 877 9- .944 190217,030 8013,301 37,291 166,966 52,804 11,503 117,931 23,087 70.6 31.6 33.
1 i 2 49.4 7Chicago Great Westernm ...........................i 1240232,85 2.7 29,4151 22,127 2 60 75.2 30
1,500 1,941 199 2,372 100 1625 472 68.5 19.7 194 1,500 24,9732 2,810 30,187 8,152 1,O74 21,004 3,358 69.6 27
10,733 10,677 d 24.1 3,995 37.9 1657 9,569 4,51 1924 908 108 43.7 1 Chicago, illaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .......... 16 1 d .5 3710 9.5 22,947 95,961 2309 186,859 26,52 .6 41.94.4
10,723 14,074 2,898 18:,77 6,372 1,124 14,051 2,798 75.2 314 1 35.8 C a19419 10727tP1&33.. .. 34.226,97130

1617 391 8.1 2,156 997 383 2203 d 201 10 46.2 49.7 Chicago, St. Paul, inneapoli & Oaha .......... 94 7
1,6177 1: 361 2,031 522 116 1:6481 6 81.1 25.7 49..2 Chicago, St. Paul, inneapoli & Omha 1,617 21,103 4.4 4,554 3.7 28,150 8,912 2,292 21,774 3,17 77.3.31.6 40.4
46 229 7-5 7 .9 270 6,966 6,42 3,9922746.3 25755 144.8 1 DuluthMissabe & Iron Range ..................... d d6.39,216684 4

51 6 21; 7 25 1 o :; I:9: 14 35 1 4 5 o h ................. ....... 1 3 641 d_ 65 . 9 21 16 9 5 25,9 5, 2 9 6 4 1.
946it 1: : : : 1 S P a .. ....... 9,3 49.82 20 20.2
54602132 7 257 1,078 39 1,469 d 2,359 571.7 419.3 119.2 1944 10 56--6.0140,6003 20,22915,20 .9321
S9 8 2,. 354 14.5 12 o65 10 3 5,62 i 6 6. .4 54.6 1915 Great Northern Paci..................................195 8,365 164,379 d 4.4 20, .3 00,125 9,992 34,374 159,514 2,39 79.7 45.0 30.4
8,371 125,4982,055 15,958 5,49 1,3 11,019 69.0 34-5 30.0 194 1944 8,372 171,957 20,816 207,658 6s,522 14,906 132,595 32,969 63.9 33
3,224 1,779 3.0 195 11.4 2,16 718 68 1,93 g 90.3 3 .6 51.3 194 Minneapolis, St. Pal, & Sault Ste. are....... 193224 25 d .190 d 22 28 70 9, 2,07 22 13 2 0 35
3,224 1,726 175 2,069 711 152 1,7108 ,L 83.0 3 .3 43.8 g 1, 19 3,219 26,O72 1:949 29,886 99,668 1,791 21,498 5,710 (1.9 32.3 35.4
l 8,12 d.13.6 2,446 16.9 11,062 24,772 21,813 29,69 41 256.4 214.3 35.0 194 Nrthern Pacific................................. 195 6,71 116,o68 d 2064 d 9.5 149,244 77,219 3 ,552 132,606 18,274 88.9 51.7 31.2
6:;67 9,268 2,093 12 387 4,791 1,05 luLO9 80 38.7 36.0 194 19 6,e ......120,308 22,55 155,978 52,231 12,607 107,618 3,378 69.0 33.5 29.
1,051 1,399 3.0 101 16.6 1,683 9 1551 75 92.2 5.1 49.8 1945 Wisconsin Central y.... ......................... 1,116 18317 d5.4 1,130 .4 21,31 7,133 1,548 16,962 1,614 76 335 0.0
1,130 1,359 7 1,578 1 98 1,511 d 95. 1. 4:, 4?.3 19199 1,123 19 ,368 1,126 22,172 6,913 1,221 16,512 2,772 7. 5 31.2 37.9



central western Region: ln e #.... 59 o 7 5
959 794 d2. 923 14.8 2,090 3,879 2,78 5,7413 d 75. 1945 Alton # .........................................1945 959 22,480 9.2 8,3 0 6.6 35513 14,29 4,11 2 264 40.3 36.7
959 2,137 804 3,373 906 99 2,245 'I:N 26.9 33.2 194 194 959 2,767 b9,458 38,256 10,654 73 25-,4 4:,61 66.5 27.8 32.3
13,10 20,602 33 11,234 272 5 25 17,79 1,59 33,61 2,184 95.3 50.4 39.9 1945 Atchison, Topeka & !anta Fe / ................... 1949 13114 3 294 .3 112832 .4 528,703 236,4 9311 460 37,4 76.5 44.8 2 .6
13,092 30,962 9,835 43,046 13,450 3,122 28,380 5,804 65.9 31.2 31.7 1944 1944 13,103 379,156 112,433 528,081 146,082 32,677 303,739 60,179 57.5 27.7 26.9
8,863 10 507 0 29.7 4 4297 24.9 16,459 31,396 23,189 3,45 6,948 26.1 190.8 3.1 195 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy..................... 1945 965 183,287 1.6 3s,194 d4.9 242543 99,796 36,128 174,151 3,35 1. 41.1 26.2
8,987 14,936 3,440 20,46 6,268 2,095 12,4 ,119 62.1 31.3 27.4 194 1944 8,989 180,454 O,1 240,637 73,966 13,762 15,854 32,075 60.6 30.7 25.6
7,752 7,253 d 32.6 3,685 2.7 12,190 14,972 10,328 21,45o d 2,41 176.0 122.8 44.8 1 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific .................. 1945 7,751 135,047 2.7 42 451 d 4A6 192,o47 66,827 19,720 136 095 22,196 70.34.
10,764 3,588 15,604 3,573 781 9,302 549 59.6 22.9 30.7 1194 7,751 131,528 44,499 190,4Ol 49,935 8,743 115,478 26,080 60.6 26.2 28.5
2,36 437 32.6 1,347 81.5 ,03 1709 1686 4,50 d 461 79.7 33.6 39.2 195 Denver & Rio Grande Western # ....................1945 2,386 60,859 5.9 10,777 11.5 74,25 34,435 15,O60 60,579 114 .0 46.0 29.9
2,386 5,0379 0 742 6,129 4,446 6,554 4 106.9 72.5 29.5 1944 194 2,391 57,469 9,664 70,347 25,157 5,187 49,777 970. 35.8 29.9
8,247 17,116 d 9,545 i.45 006 19,928 8,341 37,406 5,22 124.6 66.4 47.7 1945 Southern Pacific Company 5...................... 198,2q7 3d712471674 o' 507 36,347 79.4 38.34
8,247 28,404 8,332 O,1416 13,284 2,090 30,665 3 'Z23 76.4 33.1 36.1 9e af o n /82b1. 347,802 105,95 493,681 156,186 25,.1 345,141 39, 24 69.9 31.
9,777 15,805 d 57.8 8,561 17.4 27,689 20,214 9, : 7 36,096 d432 130.4 747.5 1945 Union Pacific ....................................194 9,780 355,546 d_ 96,370 5.2 491,878 187,629 55,269 362,287 31,108 73.7 38.1 29.3
9,781 37,247,889 55,2 2,725hwest558 24.i26.6 1944 1944 9,782 377,243 91,572 506,591 148,622 19,707 314.960 36,526 2.2 29.3 27.2
3,253 3,132 d 44.5 1,096 d 10.1 4,726 1,868 176 4,084 2,39 6.4 39.5 37.2 1945 Miscourl-Kansas-Texas Linesa............... ......195 3,23 63,533 d .8 13,053 d 6.2 83,o94 28,682 2,676 57,134 8,782 68.8 34.5 28.
3,253 5,45 1,219 7,399 3,927 174 6,493 2,56 87.8 53.1 28.7 1944 1944 3,2ov 64,057 13,918 84,022 30,306 2,098 58,815 9,469 70.0 36.1 28.6
7,080 10,049 d 36.0 o O,107 d 14,317 17,383 13,551 25,201 1 176.0 121.4 49.3 1944 Miosouri Pacific #...............................19 7,082 167,194 34 d 21.5 218,039 23,54 150,384 23,n59 90..
7,082 15:706 3.80o 20,773 5,087 925 11,642 56.o 24.5 27.3 194 192 7,096 176,531 434o2 2365 59,814 10,623 135,182 3309 57.1 25. .5
1,874 232o dO2.9 1, -d-1.6 5285 1,29 232 3,70.61 63.8 24.4 14 1 5 Texas & Pacific ..................................195 1,978 51,172 d 170 d95124 c6
184:767 1,735 13 4595 56.8 25.6 25.1 1944g19 l,884 52,100 -21,08e60,003 22,243 2,190 45,921 6,757 57.4 27.8 23.8
4 645 5,005 d 23.6 1,758 0d11.3 7,664 2,413 6 6,186 I,070 0.7 31.5 42.4 1945 St. Louis-Sen Francisco.........................19 4,646 81,189 d 2.4 21,361 d 12.1 676 39,328 9, g0 83,021 15,105 74.3 35.2 33.6
6,75513 992 84072 31. 35.6 19419 4,650 83,151 -24,292 -115,983 36,37 5,717 79,67 17,33 68.7 31.4 32.0
16S 270 5.4 27 25.3 308 67 4 22P 991 2.25 21.. :; 9195 St. Louis-san Francisoo & Texas................... 194,5 160 3,210 d 6.4 736 29.6 36780 849 64 2,474 323 65.4 21. 3.
159 2562.
1,607 3,256 d 42.5 503 d 6.4 3,912 1,844 891 3,258 d 614 83.3 47.1 29.2 1944 St. Louis Southwestern Lines #...................1i94 1,607 59,235 d 11.0o3,793 d 12.6 65,013 18,839 5,919 37,283 6,570 29.0 t3.8
1,607 5,663 537 6,359 1,111 181 2,828 1 44.5 17.5 22.8 1944 1944 1,607 66,525 4,340 7P,587 14.153 1,952 33.223 10,807 412
4,322 5,043 d 39.2 2,176 d13.2 7,898 3,597 879 6,727 1,257 85.2 45.5 32.0 1945 Texas & Nee Orleans..............................1945 4g326 85,88 d12.9 24,875 d12.6 118,588 35,655 6,714,662564.7 3
4,333 8,29 11,423 3,350 331 7,124 1,133 62.4 29.3 28.1 19441944 4:33 986O1 --28,45 134:542 3,3:910o 75,790 13,025 56.3 256 2 .o
55 A n o te? arr. .. ...iers includedin tei d Decemberj accounts chaagee to op( ring expenses and credit to taCEccrusls as a re .t of thei


shortened period of amortization of defense -projects. This adversely affects their operating ratios.
SPercent increase computed an units of dollars.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Sante Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
- Decrease or deficit.


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