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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
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
lccn - sn 88029200
ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00064
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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS


Statement No. M-150
JANUARY 1946


FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 1946 AND 1945
Operating revenues Operating expenses**
Miles-Freight Passng-er- N Percent Percent
Miles Freight Pa nger Net Oper- mainte- trans-
Region, road, and year of road Depreci at n- railway atng nance portation
operated e Pe All tiun oper- ratio expenses expenses
at close Aet Pur- Total mainte- n re Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
of month Amount -in Amount cent nance iopdrne income** cent)** eating eating
crease crease column revenues revenues
(a) (b) () (d) e) ( () (h) (1) (J) (W) (1)i (m) (n)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Total--Roads listed herein .................. 1946 199,390 407,328 d 18.7 *129,458 d 0.4 9583,176 $184,895 $26,196 $447,815 $63,600 76.8 31.7 38.9
1945 199,787 501,236 130,012 -- 680,674 212,973 42,198 3,415 67,192 71.0 31.3 3.6
New England Region:
Bosion & Maine............................ 1946 1,764 4,381 d .9 1,412 d 3.7 6,334 2,009 266 4,989 489 78.8 31.7 41.6
1945 1,789 14,607 1,467 6,672 2,614 425 95,757 143 86.3 7 39.2 42.0
Hew York, New Haven & Hartford #.......... 1946 1,838 5,80 d 17.3 5,426 d 5.4 12,292 ,562 481 1, 4 816 7.5. 29.0 41.7
1945 1,838 7,01 5,734 13,888 ,073 10 1,154 75.2 29.3 39.2
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson ........................ 1946 846 3,368 d 8.1 187 9.1 3,648 1,273 175 2,881 423 79.0 34.9 39.3
1945 846 3,664 171 3,923 1,618 361 3,277 310 83.5 41.2 37.9
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ..............1946 973 411,9 *.7 909 2.3 5,543 1,495 306 4,407 568 79.r 27.0 47.0
1945 973 1,1499 888 5,6K19 1,819 39p 5,089 d 157 90.6 32.9 52.3
Erie ..................................... 1946 2,242 8,595 d 15.2 983 1.0 10,243 2,6o6 502 8,045 807 78.5 25.4 46.0
1945 2,243 10,1141 973 11,861 3,550 696 9:456 805 79.7 29.9 44.0
Grand Trunk Western ...................... 1946 1,026 2,001 d 21.4 307 d 6.4 2,477 988 163 2,382 d 140 96.2 39.9 50.0
1945 1,026 2,545 - 328 3,051 1,001 155 2,359 ___M 77.3 32.8 39.6
Lehigh Valley............................. 1946 1,2R4 4,19 d 165 7.8 15.0 645619 1,366 269 4,231 613 753 23 15.2
1915 120 5,315 6211 2,1153 2,273 558 5,813 77 90.1 35.2 19.3
ew York Central a/ ............... ... 1946 10,746 32,93 1320 d 1.2 51,12 1616 2,57 8 3 41.
1945 10,749 31,8'19 13,10 53,447 19,114 3,519 144 79 2,165 83:. 35.8 11.7
ew York, Chicago St. Louis ............. 1946 1687 5,2 d 2 329 d 2.1 5,7 1,723 212 ,33277 .9 3
1945 1,697 7,331 336 -7,826 2,331 557 5,309 1,337 7 29.8 33.4
Pere Marquette ........................... 1946 1,99 3,330 d 16.6 2 d 1.353 1 250 319 216 3. 36 2.2
1915 1,94 3,992 28151,138 1,623 375 3,568 419 80. g 36.6 38.2
Pittsburgh & Lke Erie ....................1946 229 1,920 d 15.8 101 d 12.0 2101 1,181 219 2,266 17 107.9 6.2 44.0
1945 229 2,281 115 2,197 1,235 350 2,380 256 95.3 1.5 39.6
Wabash....................................19116 2,393 14952 d 22.0 785 d 10.9 6,185 1,691 268 1,701 6141 76.0 27.3 41.4
ash ................................... 94 2,393 6:35080 7,66 1,930 3 5,033 705 65.7 252 34.6
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio .........................1946 6,139 19,72 d 18.3 4194 d4. 25,26 9,752 1,092 22,222 1,258 7.1 38.2 42.4
1945 6,136 21,325 41393 30,121 10,120 1,570 22,792 31420 74.9 33.3 36.5
Central of New Jersey #..................1946 649 3,083, d 16.2 565 d ,970 1,321 214 3,655, d 92.0 3.3 532.2

Chicago & Eastern Illinois ............... 1946 910 1, 424 d20.5 18 d1.91 2,125 784 80 1,846 30 86.9 36.9 11.4
1945 912 1,791 572 2,606 816 86 2,000 203 76.7 31.3 38.4
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................. 1946 392 1,658 d 4o.6 1,846 602 77 1,591 86.2 32.6 47.8
1915 392 2,793 3,174 1,005 118 2,195 L-14 69.1 31.6 31.8
Long Island .............................. 1946 376 1,043 d 2.6 2,103 3.1 3,336 g867 1 2,670 1419 80.0 26.0 51.1
1945 376 1,071- 2,0111 3,286 1,O6 190 2,821 d 418 85.8 32.4 50.8
Pennsylvania.............................. 1946 10,121 41,865 d 13 21,122 d 6.1462 21,214 3,290 56,675 6,238 82.8 31.0 46.0
1915 10,115 8,355 21,710 76:284 24,919 1,125 63,550 6,592 83.3 32.7 15.1
Reading...................................1946 1,362 6,94 d 12.3 1,180 32.4 8,530 2,852 437 676 761 7:.O 3.14 :17
1915 1,372 7,919 892 9,205 3,130 710 6:8P2 1,092 7.7 3.0 37.1
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio ........................1946 3,084 11,179 d7 9 1,O08 33.9 16,526 5,O4 890 10,805 3,624 65.4 30.5 29.9
1945 3,076 14,928 1,350 16,793 5,970 1,824 11,775 2,516 70.1 35.5 29.8
Norfolk & Western......................... 1946 2,161 10,563 d 13.2 1,173 12, 57 4 3,5 699 7,264 3,177 60.2 29.6 26.2
1945 2,154 12,165 1,233 13,902 1,O81 1,252 7,776 2,085 55.9 29.4 22.8
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line ...................... 1946 5,569 7, 426 d5.5 3,057 d 111313 4239 371 9o64i 918 80.1 37.5 36-5
1915 ,5711 9,972 3,789 14:609 4:17 89 9:260 987 63.4 28.7 30.1
Central of Georgia #..................... 1946 1,816 1,904 d 19.0 581 d3.9 2,781 910 116 2,3413 262 84.3 32.7 43.3
1945 1,816 2,352 768 3,1120 1,055 242 2,539 512 71.2 30.9 37.1
Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ......................1946 1,945 2,532 d6.3 210 15.5 2,845 1,019 109 2,146 257 75.4 35.8 32.7
1945 1,950 2,703 182 2,973 1,005 169 2,055 313 69.1 33-. 28.3
Illinois Central ......................... 1946 5, 81 10,846 d24.6 2,59 2 1 4,513 4,798 841 11,346 1,83 8.2 331 38.2
1945 5,082 14,3841 2,7X1 18,211 5,638 999 12,061 2,143 66.2 31.0 30.1
Louisville & Nashville...................1946 4,758 11,o60 d19.9 2, 416 29.9 14,460 4,529 582 10,712 2,142 .1 313 37.6
1945 4,756 13,09 3,0446 18,372 5,007 1,036 11,458 2,169 62.14 27.3 30.8
Seaboard Air Line #...................... 1946 4,150 6,776 d 10.2 2,639 d17.7 0,13; 2,865 34 7,064 1,734 69.7 28.3 31.6
1945 4,173 7,515 3:650 11,994 3,217 638 7,539 1,788 62.9 26.8 29.9
Southern ................................1946 6,484 12,799 d 20.5 3,975 d 21.4 18,093 5,638 64 12,954 2,657 71.6 31.2 35.0
1945 6,505 16,o92 5,056 22,519 6,173 1,034 13,768 2,579 611 : 27.1 29-5
Yezoo & Mississippi Valley................ 1946 1,524 1,O16 d4.9 291 d28.3 1,809 693 80 1,672 d 11 92.4 38.3 7.5
1945 1,524 2,159 16 2,706 810 99 1,839 :69O 29.9 33.1
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**A number of the oarrer included in their January accounts charges to operatng expenses&ad cr-iu s o 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.
0 Includes amortization of Defonse Projects.


## 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


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JANUARY 1946


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


FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 1946 AND 1945

Operating revenues Operating expenses**
Freight Passenger Peroent Percent
Miles ------- Passenger Depreci- Net Oper- mainte- trans-
Region, road, and year of road ation in- railway atlng nance portation
operated Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses
at lose Amount cent Amount ent Total mainte- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
of month Amount in- Amoun in- nance ceding income** cent)** ating eating
crease crease column 0 revenues revenues

(a) (b) (o) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
Chicago & Northwestern ................... 1946 8,o65 $8,101 d 7.0 $3,349 15.5 $12,944 $4,598 $812 $10,910 $854 84.3 35.5 42.7
1945 8,072 8,707 2,899 13,106 4,411 1,032 10,125 1,527 77.3 33.7 37.9
Chicago Great Western .................... 1946 1,500 1,864 d 11.5 237 13.1 2,339 781 89 2,015 d 34 86.1 33.4 46.2
1945 1,500 2,107 209 2,519 714 102 1,863 -27 74.0 28.3 39.9
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ... 1946 10,733 12,836 d 15.8 3,548 46.1 18,165 5.o66 923 13266 2,204 73.0 27.9 5
1945 10,722 15,246 2,428 19,326 5,565 1,176 13,266 2,539 68.6 28.8 34.7
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ... 1946 1,617 1,719 5.0 321 d 3.8 2,251 687 106 1,951 6 86.7 30.5 50.4
1945 1,617 1,636 333 2,156 628 120 1,724 214 80.0 29.1 45.2
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............. 1946 546 98 d 4.4 6 22.8 134 648 101 975 d o6 729.3 484.9 209.4
1945 546 103 5 138 813 347 1,132 d 144 819.3 588.4 193.7
Great Northern ........................... 1946 8,332 9,313 d 22.0 2,053 44.0 12,417 4,599 627 10,047 1,039 80.9 37.0 38.0
1945 8,371 11,939 1,425 14,393 5,608 1,322 10,897 1,337 75.7 39.0 31.6
Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie. 1946 3,224 1,613 9.3 156 4.2 1,9P4 716 101 1,773 4J19 92.2 37.2 48.8
1945 3,224 1,476 150 1,778 751 152 1,713 d 46 96.4 42.3 48.3
Northern Pacific ......................... 1946 6,872 7,788 d 17.9 2,027 36.6 10,844 3,689 504 8,480 1,540 78.2 34.0 37.0
1945 6,867 9,482 1,484 11,974 4,265 1,164 8,946 1,659 74.7 35.6 32.9
Wisconsin Central # ...................... 1946 1,150 1,504 9.8 98 41.6 1,758 467 65 1,440 166 81.9 26.6 49.2
1945 1,130 1,370 69 1,579 500 99 1,296 111 82.0 31.7 44.2
Central Western Region:
Alton # .................................. 1946 959 1,430 d 22.7 700 8.2 2,436 797 108 2,017 172 82.8 32.7 42.0
1945 959 1,849 -647 2,793 777 92 2,073 212 74.2 27.8 39.0
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ........... 1946 13,085 23,692 d 28.5 9,900 10.5 36,226 10,236 1,650 23,302 6,614 64.3 28.3 32.5
1945 13,115 33,136 8,962 44,959 12,786 3,120 26,373 4,828 58.7 2827.5
Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy ............. 1946 8,863 13,437 d 17.0 4,639 35.0 19,907 4,103 771 10,466 5,195 52.6 20.6 27.5
1945 8,987 16,190 3,436 21,314 5,212 1,328 11,165 3,700 52.4 24.5 24.1
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific # ......... 1946 7,656 9,728 d 17.1 3,409 2.4 14,377 3,750 565 9,787 2,561 68.1 26.1 34.9
1945 7,749 11,730 3,328 16,259 4,146 789 9,948 2,322 61.2 25.5 29.8
Denver & Rio Grande Western # ............ 1946 2,386 3,206 30.1 1,309 106.1 4,772 1,436 195 3,614 705 75.7 30.1 38.9
1945 2,386 4,589 635 5,458 1,819 451 3,865 1,013 70.8 33.3 32.0
Southern Pacific Company ................. 1946 8,247 21,383 d 24.0 8,430 .5 33,127 11,235 965 26,130 2,973 78.9 33.9 36.4
1945 8,247 28,126 8,469 40,455 13,564 2,207 29,440 2,953 72.8 33.5 32.2
Union Pacific ............................ 1946 9,777 20,717 d 29.1 7,697 6.9 31,526 9,502 1,087 22,490 3,875 1.3 30.1 33.6
1945 9,781 29,222 7,20o4 39,778 12,467 1,991 26,634 2,84 7. 313 9.6
Southwestern Region:
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .............. 1946 3,253 3,778 d 33.2 852 d 14.7 5,144 1,446 188 3,658 684 71.1 28.1 34.7
1945 3,253 5,657 999 7,218 2,431 184 4,933 661 68.3 33.7 29.5
Missouri Pacific #....................... 1946 7,080 10,427 d 28.8 2, 472 d 27.2 14,172 4,189 657 10,413 2,039 73.5 29.6 37.5
1945 7,082 14,641 3,397 19,396 4,653 962 11,078 3,007 57.1 24.0 28.6
Texas & Pacific .......................... 1946 1,874 2,765 d 42.3 1,266 d 23.1 4,527 1,217 182 3,132 789 69.2 26.9 33.5
1945 1,884 4,788 1, 646 6,985 1,731 184 3,773 754 54.0 24.8 23.7
St. Louis-San Francisco # ................ 1946 4,645 5,538 d 22.0 1,643 d 7.3 7,889 3,041 376 6,673 779 84.6 38.6 39.1
1945 4,647 7,102 1,773 9,622 2,959 498 6:579 1,413 68.4 30.7 32.1
St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas .......... 1946 160 283 13.2 28 d 5.8 320 68 4 194 89 60.4 21.1 33.2
1945 159 250 30 289 69 4 194 19 67.2 23.7 37.1
St. Louis Southwestern Lines # ........... 1946 1,576 3,388 d 40.9 220 d 32.6 3,751 1,611 128 2,989 339 79.7 42.9 29.9
1945 1,607 5,735 327 6,222 1,242 181 2,858 923 45.9 20.0 22.1
Texas & New Orleans ...................... 1946 4,322 6,192 d 21.6 1,987 d 3.2 8,838 2,500 255 5,800 1,428 65.6 28.3 30.9
1945 4,333 7,902 2,053 10,547 2,987 345 6,474 1,118 61.4 28.3 27.8


** A number of the carriers included in their January accounts charges to operating expenses
shortened period of amortization. of defense projects. This adversely affects their ope
* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
6 Includes amortization of Defense Projects.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
d Decrease or deficit.


and credits
rating ratio


to tax accruals as a result of the
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U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1946-0-657241