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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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 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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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
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System ID: AA00015604:00067
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Preceded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam roads
Succeeded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large railways

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-7 5- -- -4/?~ UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



UNIV. O FL ;. 3 1262 08730 9950



INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Subject to revision BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS
Subject to revision

SU.S. DEPOC^TORY I
OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS


Statement No. M-150
APRIL 1946


or n THE MoNTH or Aput 1946 AND 1945


Freight


Operating revenues
Passenger


Per- Per- Total
Amount cent Amount cent
In- in-
orease grease
(b) (C (d) (() lf\


199,288
199,758
1,764
1,789
1,843
1,838
846
846
973
973
2,242
2,243
1,026
1,026



10,746
10,749
I 687
1,687
1, 949
1,949
229
229
2,393
2,393
6,139
6,130
64
65Z
ql0
912
392
392
376
376
10,121
10,112
1,362
1,367
3,084
3,075
2,161
2,161

5,569
5.579
1, 816
1,:816
1,945
1,942
5,081
5,081
4,759
4,756
4,150
4,lb8
6,454
6,505
1,524
1,524


$370,430
535,179
4,42s
5,459
6,198
8.256
2,945
4,012
4,206
5,205
8,228
10,970




6,802

30,356
39,3P1
5,246
7:,482
3460
:,434
1,372
2,701
5,219
7,572
14,56
27,:17
3 038
4,609





1,141
1:,45
36,804
58,3582
6,154
8,593
5,1
15,493
3,781
12,321
8,435
9,852
2,092
2,334
2,453
3,231
10,475
14,454
8,875
12,6582
1.641
(,932
12,201
15,963
1,845
2,958


d 18.9

24.9

d 26.6

d 19.2

d 25.0

d 13.9

d 37.7

d 22.5

d 29.9

d 22.0

d 49.2

d 31.1

d 45.3

d 234.1




d 43.6




d 37.0

d 25.4

d 64.0

d 69.3

d 14.4

d 10.4

d 24.1

d 27.5

d 30.0




d 23.6

d 37.6


$99,526
120,692

1,267
1,400



178
155


857
792
27
5721
5s6
12,296
12,678
296
232



12N
S?
94
640
(51
3,046
3,705
534
580

493



2,418
2,152
18,190
19,915
897
882
1,216
1,398
965
970
2,615
3,461

Z388

155
181
2,629
2,679
2,188
3,110
2,093
3,033
3,067
5,051
360
295


Operating expenses**


Deprecl-
All atlon in-
mainte- eluded Total
nance in pre-
oeding
( olumn h)
(er (1h) (1\


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


( I


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


(k)


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(1)


i $8,969 90.0 38.4
*40 85,179 6A.7 31.3


d 9.

d 20.4

12.4

.6

8.2




d 2.4




27.6

d 34.0

d 5.4

d 14.7

d 17.8




d 28.2




12.4




1.7

d 13.0




d z4.5

d 43.1

d 14.6




d 29.6

d 31.0

d 39.3

22.1


84.6
71.3
85.1
65.7

174.5
86.7
73.9
90.9
72.2
101.5
83.1
86.0
70.7
90.9
76.2
63.5-
64.5
92.5
75.0
143.9
82.Z
84.1
58.0
109.4
/2.9
92.0
65.6
108.9
73.7
86.1
70.9
78.8
72.9
96
74:2
90.8
70.6
125.9
68.5
130.8
55.2
S7.8
67.2
92.8
80.1
90.0
58.8



92.8
65.1



84.7
60.5

75.3
55.1


34.3
32.5

32.3
26.N
44.0
35.6
29.0
28.3
32.9
28.8
42.3
36.0
30.7
29.5
36.2
32.9

29:

34:1

70.9
45.7
31.3
24.3

50.9
33.6
35.0
25.0
45.2
30.5

31.9
26.0
26.9
39.4
29.3
40.6
33.3
57.9
35.0
69.3
29.7
39.5
31.8
36.1
33.2
42.6
28.1
33.6
31.6
44.7
28.7
34.6
30.4
37.2
25.7
30.7
25.0


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


oney Home in thoReands of dollars)
o
'rits I *0 28 I 9 t


6,214
7,473
12,304
15,7S2
,237
:283

2,609

9,663
12:,54
2,622
2,957
5,205
7,819
47,526
57,473
5,678
7,897
3868
4,911

1,567
2,893
6,271
8,811
19,302
32,392



1,814
2,564
1,982
3,013
3,738
3,536
60,4
84:2'72

7,456
9,883
7,304
17,537
5,0 o42
13,634
11,814
14,155
2,736

2,711
3,516
14, 318
18,368
11,948
16,876
10,412
11,703
16,515
22,302
2,2
3,441


2,133
2,431

976
,236
1,423
1,519
1,626
1,896
3,182
3,612
1,110
1,065
1,597
2,306
17,198
18,917
1,927
2,244
1,O10
1,677
1,111
1,323
1,960
2,143
9,821
10,878
1,328
1,366
820
(le
699
1,052
973
1,031
23,s63
24,807

3,027
3,290
4,229
6,145

;055
4,701
4,506
987
1,110
1,153
988

4,804
5,805



3,602
3,562
6,143
6,402
714
s60


266
426
494
944

174
316


519
711
165
182
268
568
2,612
3,748
219
558
249
372
242
347
268
389
1,120
1,556
214
331
90
s6
76
467
188
192

3514
:,264
440
785
959
1,929
702
1,260
294
889
119
283
110
169
831
1,126
584
1,040
334
65
566
1,108
98
105


5,254
5,331
10,468
10,370
3,037
3,150
4,864
4,945
8,786
9,0:o54
2,660
2,456
4,475
5,52N
43,204
43,803
4,743
5,097
3,576
3,684
2,256
2,385
5,27;
5,109

21,123
23:,600oo
3,492
3,583
1,975
1,889

1,707
2,137
2,946
2,798
58,413
63,205
6,773
6,978
9,199
12,010
6,596
1,529
10,369
9,51Z
2,538
2,675
2,439
2,068
11,222
12,063
11,092
10,978
s,255
7,950
13,981
13,5N3
1,751
1,896


- ______ ____ .. ______ ____ a ______ I ____ C _____ I ______ .1 _______ 1 ____ 1 ____ 1 ______ 1


* Percent Increase computed on units of dollars.
** Includes accruals for recent wage awards retroactive to January 1, 1946.
0 Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


Region, road, and year


44.2
34.5
44.0
33.4
43.8
34.8




49.4
37.8



48.
3N.
47.2
38.1
42.3
31.1
45.4
35.7
60.5
31.5
44.6
28.8
49.3
33.9
50.5
36.5
51.9
36.1
46.4
33.4


49.8
40.9
45.6
34.4



25.5

41.3
30.6
47.5
40.3

3.9
24.8

37.1
29.3
41.
31.6
37.4
31.3
41.1
27.6

26.2


FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL 1946 AND 1945


Oprtn revenues


Ereight Passenger
Average
miles
of road Per- Per-
operated cent cent Total
Amount in- Amount In-
crease crease
(o0) (P) (a) (r) (a) (t)


o (r) Cal (DC
I t,,t f,,t I


(Money items In thousands of dollars)*


$1,s588,85 2 d 2
2,077,962


1946 Total--Roads listed herein ................. 1946 199 286
1945 1945 199 768
New England Region: 1945 199,765
1946 Boston & Maine ........................... 1946 1,764
1945 1945 1,789
1946 New York, New Haven & Hartford # ......... 1946 1,839
1945 1945 1,838
Great Lakes Region: 1945 1,3
1946 Delaware & Hudson ........................ 1946 846
1945 1945 s46
1946 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ........... 1946 973
1945 1945 973
1946 Erie ..................................... 1946 2,242
1945 1945 2,243
1946 Grand Trunk Western .......................1946 1, 26
1945 1945 1,026
1946 Lehigh Valley ............................ 1946 1,254
1945 1945 1,260
1946 New York Central a/ ............. ...1946 10,746
1945 1945 10,749
1946 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ............ 1946 1 687
1945 1945 1,687
1946 Pere Mbarquette ........................... 1946 1,949
1945 1945 1,949
1946 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ................... 1946 229
1945 1945 229
1946 Wabaeh ................................... 1946 2,393
1945 1945 2,393
Central Eastern Region: 1945 2,393
1946 Baltimore & Ohio ..........................1946 6,139
1945 1945 6,133
1946 Central of New Jersey # ................. 1946 649
1945 1945 654
1946 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ............... 1946 910
1945 1945 912
1946 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................. 1946 392
1945 1945 392
1946 Long Island .............................. 1946 376
1945 1945 376
1946 Pennsylvania ............................. 1946 10,121
1945 1945 10,112
1946 Reading .................................. 1946 1,362
1945 1945 1,367
Pooahontas Region:
1946 Chesapeake & Ohio ........................ 1946 3 084
1945 1945 3,076
1946 Norfolk & Western ........................ 1946 2,161
1945 1945 2,156
Southern Region: 1945 2,156
1946 Atlantic Coast Line ...................... 1946 5,569
1945 1945 5,574
1946 Central of Georgia # ..................... 1946 1,816
1945 1945 1,816
1946 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ...................... 1946 1,945
1945 1945 1,944
1946 Illinois Central ......................... 1946 5,081
1945 1945 5,081
1946 Louisville & Nashville ................... 1946 4,758
1945 1945 4,756
1946 Seaboard Air Line ## ..................... 1946 4,150
1945 1945 4,172
1946 Southern ................................. 1946 6,484
1945 1945 6,505
1946 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ............... 1946 1,524
1945 1945 1,524


d 13.4

d 21.8

d 13.4

d 12.8

d 22.0

d l8.0


d 29.3

d 14.8

d 32.6

d 21.9

d 30.0

d 25.2

d 27.9

d 25.8

d 24.5

d 42.6

d 10.7

d 26.0

d 18.2

d 18.8

d 28.0

d 20.4

d 15.4




d 23.0

d 19.0

d 9.5

d 19.8


154
906
d 121

d 22

278
832
d 161

65
325
218
1,196

567
5,333
275
1,989
dbIi

40


482
858





d 43


397
61
291



201
1,155
d 1.591
2,52u9
d 967





371



1,371
2,102
218
1,960
1,046
1,526
970
2,813
291
558


-_I ~


$444,430 o 9.7
492,405

5,59 a 5.3
5,910
20,602 d 12.9
23,655
602 d 16.6
721-
3,474 1.3
3,431
3,413 d l.1
3,449
915 d 24.9
1,219
2,532 5.7
2,395
49,355 d .5
51,174
1,135 15.7
961

7 6 d 23.7

070 d10.3

2,783 d 15.2
3,281
14,114 d 12.3
16,090
2,191 d 5.0
2,305
1 59 d 24.1



6.3
2:094



8 46 6-3

76,014 d5.5
8o,455
4,069 13.2
3,594
5,698 d 2.1
5,823-
4,465 3.9
4,298
11,402 d 22.1
14,639 -
1,926 d 28.9
2,710
636 d 3.

10,626 1.5
10,468
9,324 d 28.8
13,088 -
9,520 d 28.4
13,295 -
14,351 d 31.6
20,976 1
1,356 1.1
1,341


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


$2,209,69
2,770,77
25,43
28,77
48,74
59,14
14, 19C
16,385
22,17'
24,841

59,33:
9,219
10,157
12,36
21,261
28,385
195,261
222,416
22,711
32,859
15,oo6
18,976
7,52S
10,588
25,311
32,921
93,777
125,423
15,606
20,233

7,595
10,266
7 N


13,71s
13,674
258,638
323,845
32,960
38,629
57,703
9,500
40,381
54,037
45,841
57,324
11,000
13,505
11,646
12,784
59,772
73,351
55,901
0,251
41,079
48,203
71,453
91,273
8,619
12,159


2 $788,844
3 859,529
1 8,658
7 9,986
7 15,208
7 16,297

5,597
S 6,212
9 6,438
1 7,319
S 11,876
S 13,852
7 4,330
S 4,0:o84
S 5,570
5 9,;2
1 72,169
S 76,847
1 7,408
8 9,152
6 597
6 2,503
, 4,749
9 5,01Z
S 7,644
7,930
40,169
41,584
5,188
5,546
3,326
3,0:o46
2,797
4,083
5,819
4,036
92,362
97,230
12,177
12,569

20,167
24,104
15,026
16,186
s18, 761
17:o,043
0,946
,257
4,632
4,oo006
20,309
22,766
19,628
19,533
13,291
13,807
24, 528
24:766
2,944
3,359


Depreci-
All action in-
mAll cluded
mante- in pre- 'otal
nance ceding
column


i ( -um --I


$105,527 $1,897,295
171,339 1,921,796


1,064
1,702



699
1,399
1,311
1,651
2,044
2,811


NO 6
67
1,015

10, 372
14,688
853
2,231

1,477
928
1,394


4,396
6,304
854
1,324
341
344
306
1,869



13,611
16,700
1,755
3,01E
3,795
7,545

2,801
5,032
1,296
3,555
467
1,041
439
675
4,352

2 330
4,159



2,338
4,218


327
397


21,708
22,240

41,399
41,507
12,494
12,935
19,o05
19,869
34,525
36,911
10,374
9,584
17,228
23,210
181,444
176,968
18,855
20,906
13,680
14,430

9,454
9,403
20,757
19,875
91,076
92,436
14,170
14,697
7,888
7,497
6,836
8,607
11,717
11,023
240,344
251,54g
28,206
27,479
43,944
47,143
30,528
30,745
90,409
36,956
10,220
10,397
9,949
8,246
48,030
47,816
4:5842

31,874
31,191
56,731
53,933
7,095
7,380


Percent Percent
Net Oper- mainte- transe-
railway eating nanbe portation
oper- ratio expenses expenses
sting (per- of oper- of oper-
income cent) eating eating
revenues revenues

(x) (Y) (.) (aa)


$102,692
307,217

2,44
d 245

817
1,685
1,283
2,042
47
4,980



1,745
1,191
616
16,463
1,201
5,610

d2,4

402
1,427
2,068
3,419






d 1 .2





543
39,150
1,2
4:4N

8,097
10,691
6,145
5,579
607
4,054
50
1,793
186
1,451
5,0o86
8,854
5,180
5,326
4,631
6,826

6,563
11,291
394
1,738


SU. 35.7 43.0
69 31.0 33.3
85.4 34.0 45.3
77.3 34.7 37.9
84.9 31.2 4.1
70.2 27.6 3.6
58.1 39.4 43.1
78.9 37.9 36.9
86.0 29.0 1.0
79.9 29.5 Z5.6
87.8 30.2 49.4
75.0 28.1 41.2
102.1 42.6 53.0
77.5 33.0 39.8
51.0 26.2 47.9
81.8 33.4 43.3
92.9 37.0 45.6
79.6 34.6 39.6
83.0 32.6 43.3
63.6 27.9 31.2
91.2 37.3 46.1
76.0 34.3 36.5
125.6 63.1 53.0
88.8 47.4 35.5
82.0 30.2 44.1
60.4 24.1 31.3
97.1 42.8 46.4
73.7 33.4 35.1
90. 8 33.2
72.6 27.4 Z:6
99.9 42.1 47.8
73.0 30.0 36.4
90.5 37.2 45.5
68.3 32.4 33.3
S5.4 27.8 : :9
8o0.6 29.5 U

92.9 35.7 50-3
77.7 30.0 42.8
85.6 36.9 44.4
71.1 32.5 35.5
16.2 34.9 34.7
7:e 34-7 28.5
7.6 37-2 32.6
359 0.0 23.2

88.2 40.9 40.6
64.5 29.7 30.1
92.9 35.9 48.0
77.0 31.5 39.0
85 .4 3 7.2
6.5 31.3 26.5

o0.4 34.0 38.9
65.2 31.0 29.3
82.0 35.1 40.9
63.1 27.8 31.0
77.6 32.4 37.8
64.7 28.6 30.0
79.4 34.3 39.0
59.1 27.1 27.9
82.3 34.2 41.8
60.7 27.6 28.6


17,690
20,423
24,090
30,820
13,214
15,256
16,646
19,098
55,516
2,694
8,521
10,3587
17,095
24,172

127,351
149,493
21,051
31,230
13,453
17,215
6,837
9,766
20,796
27,815
74,017
102,688
12:g37
16 65

5,433
7,227
6, 328
11,016
4,262
4,773
161,646
218,414
27,286
33,343

61,477

W67

31,312
39,315
7,995
'9,-47
10,546
11,676
44,794
58,202
42,95?
53,019
28,790
31,799
52.085
24,91o


Miles
of road
operated
at close
of month


6,807 d 32.5
10,138 1


I


( ) (m) a sn' I
(H *


I


I


I


Operating revenues


O eratin ex


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 1946 AND 1945 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL 1946 AND 1945

Operating revenues Operating expenses ** Operating revenues Operating expenses
Percent Percent Percent Percent
Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans- Freight Passenger Ne Oper- Percent Percents-
M lerDeoprec ia- railway eating nance portatio n Region, road, and year Average Depreci- railway eating ance poraton
All on n- oper- ratio expenses expenses miles All nation in- oper- ratio
pated Per- Per- Total mainte- in re Total ating (per- o oper- o oper- Total malnte- Ieluded Total eating (per- o oper- of oper-
erate der-oPer-n Total- income cent) eating tng operated nttnt inpr- income cent
of month Amount cent Amount int nance ceding r n re eAmount in- Amount in- nance eedincome cent) eating eating
crease crease column revenue crease crease column revenues revenues
S(a) ) (c) d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (j) (k) (i) (m) (n) qL..-(o)(p)( ) (r) (s) (t) (ul (v) (w) (x)(y)(z)(aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
8,065 88,120 d 17.8 $2,759 1.6 $12,359 $4,893 $793 $11,267 $64 91.2 39.6 44.5 1946 Chicago & North Western ......................... 1946 8,065 833,00oo4 9.6 $11,811 5.4 $50,611 $19,275 3,282 346,290 d 434915 38. 46.
8,072 9,881 2,804 14,235 4,757 1,118 10,209 2,259 71.7 33.4 33.2 1945 1945 8,072 36,490 11,201 53,902 18,238 4,288 4,341 7,057 74.8 33 35.6
1,500 1,779 d 17.7 219 37.5 2,227 769 89 1,993 d__5 89.5 34.5 47.8 1946 Chicago Great Western ........................... 1946 1,500 7,388 d 12.9 887 17.7 9,185 3,214 356 8,360 t 91.0 35.0 49.2
1,500 2,161 160 2,516 727 102 1,792 243 71.2 28.9 36.8 1945 1945 1,500 8,479 754 10,003 2,853 109 7,187 961 71.8 28.5 37.7
10,733 10,914 d 20.8 2,253 d 4.6 14,84 6,172 929 14,124 841 95.1 41.6 45.9 1946 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .......... 1946 10,733 47,212 d 17.- 10,515 11.9 64,412 22,660 3,704 57,196 5,212 88.8 35.2 46.6
10,722 13,786 2,360 18,544 7,015 1,186 14,296 2,314 77.1 37.8 33.5 1945 1945 10,722 57,241 9,399 74,138 24,284 4,740 53,721 9,839 72.5 32.8 34.3
1,616 1,661 d 3 223 d 33.8 2,110 871 100 2,072 d 253 98.2 41.3 50.2 1946 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha .......... 1946 1,616 6,710 d .95 1,057 d 20.Q 8,606 3,154 427 8,428 a 1.081 97.9 36.6 54.7
1,617 1,665 336 2,192 611 125 1,621 329 74.0 27.9 40.5 1945 1945 1,617 6,743 1,336 8,824 2,503 503 6,696 1,153 75.9 28.4 42.0
546 1,058 d 70.7 3 d 27.0 1,214 784 102 1,339 d 21 110.3 64.6 41.1 1946 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................... 1946 546 1,503 d 64.0 16 d 24.4 1,746 2,795 405 4,423 d 2.922 253. 160o.1 80.9
546 3,613 4 4,130 919 348 1,780 2,084 43.1 22.3 19.7 1945 1945 546 4,181 21 4,814 3,660 1,390 5,497 d 1.086 114.2 76.0 34.2
8,332 8,974 d 35.1 1,295 d 14.1 11,271 5,377 635 10,343 d 403 91.8 47.7 36.5 1946 Great Northern .................................. 1946 8,332 37,913 d 22.4 6,164 7.9 47,997 20,685 2,527 42,898 74 89.4 43.1 39.9
8,372 13,829 1,506 16,494 6,464 1,321 11,636 1,700 70.5 39.2 27.2 1945 1945 8,372 48,832 5,711 58,869 23,667 5,327 44,188 5,709 75.1 4o.2 30.1
3,224 1,757 17.9 101 d 19.2 2,017 875 101 1,977 __77 98.0 43.4 47.9 1946 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie .......1946 3,224 6,459 15.5 532 d 5.6 7,602 3,482 407 8,025 d 1013 105.6 45.85
3,224 1,490 125 1,768 685 101 1,544 114 87.4 38.8 44.0 1945 1945 3,224 5,592 564 6,74o0 2,846 507 6,353 97 9.3 42.2 46.
6,872 7,447 a 14.6 1,273 d 3.7 9,709 4,081 540 8,698 499 89.6 42.0 39.2 1946 Northern Pacific ................................ 1946 6,872 29,954 d 16.7 6,157 4.9 39,998 15,813 2,117 35,477 2,336 88.7 39.5 10.9
6,867 8,724 1,322 11,063 4,654 1,222 9,032 1,322 81.7 42.1 33.3 1945 1915 6,867 35,978 5,871 45,757 17,836 4,905 35,809 5,925 78.3 39.0 32.9
1,051 1,522 d 7.4 124 85.3 1,824 526 66 1,439 118 78.9 28.9 43.2 1946 Wisconsin Central # ............................. 1946 1,051 6,190 6.3 410 55.6 7,232 2,156 260 6,133 96 84.8 29.8 8.6
1,130 1,643 67 1,s60 471 99 1,293 444 69.5 25.3 37.0 1945 1945 1,130 5,821 263 6,637 1,950 393 5,183 856 78.1 29.4 42.3
Central Western Region:
959 1,392 d 42. 596 o 2,319 1,07 98 2,383 102.8 46.4 463 1946 Alton ......................................... 1946 959 5,676 d 3.2 3,001 17.6 9,979 4,198 08 9,488 8 95.1 421 43.4
959 2,oo 665 3,429 946 103 2,186 530 63.7 27.6 30.3 1945 1945 959 8,753 2,551 12,725 3,272 378 8,338 1,865.5 25.7 33.
13,085 22,809 d 28.9 6,545 d 21.1 32,236 11,541 1,674 24,638 3,84 76.4 35.8 36.1 1946 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ .................. 1946 13,085 91,329 d 30.6 31,089 d 7.2 132,812 44,898 6,650 98,661 16,162 74.3 33.8 36.0
13,115 31,890 8,300 43,343 13,895 3,189 27,527 4,203 63.5 32.1 28.4 1945 1945 13,115 131,676 33,488 177,345 52,886 12,673 106,642 18,644 60.1 29.8 27.3
8,863 10,702 31.5 1,675 38.0 14,220 5,055 779 11,223 1,123 78.9 35.5 36.3 1946 Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy .................... 1946 8,863 49,975 d 21.2 11,117 d 4.2 67,870 18,652 3,107 45,650 10,857 67.3 27.5 34.1
8,986 15,621 2,702 20,028 5,922 1,265 11,777 2,325 58.8 29.6 24.9 1945 1945 8,987 63,17 11,606 82,000 21,748 5,121 45,151 11,327 55.1 26.5 24.5
7,62 8,424 28.0 2,346 d 27.2 11,847 3,815 575 9,659 818 81.5 32.2 40.5 1946 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific # ............... 1946 7,653 36,569 22.6 11,104 3.4 52,028 15,822 2,283 40591 4,84478. 30.4 39.4
7,739 11,702 3,224 16,115 4,637 822 10,307 1,785 64.0 28.9 29.3 1945 1945 7,79 7,263 12,824 64,857 17,268 3,187 39762 8,997 61.3 26.6 28.9
2,386 2,761 d 48.3 623 d 12.0 3,617 1,548 199 3,395 & 3 6 93.9 42.8 41.O 1946 Denver & Rio Orande Western # ................... 1946 2,386 12,055 39.0 3,630 32.8 16,620 6,025 785 14,231 1,oE4 85.6 36.3 41.2
2,386 5,338 709 6,306 1,789 61 3,800 760 60.3 28.4 27.3 1945 1945 2,386 19,754 2,734 23,456 7,207 1,816 15,253 4,163 65.0 30.7 29.4
8,246 22,411 d 20.7 5,782 d 27.2 31,124 11,631 981 29,427 3,066 94.5 37.4 47.3 1946 Southern Pacific Compny ........................ 1946 8,247 84,419 29.3 28,252 d 11.9 124,611 49,137 3,903 113,o30 5,677 91.0 39.1 41.8
8,247 28,245 7,941 39,763 13,034 2,267 28,461 3,066 71.6 32.8 31.8 1945 1945 8,247 113,077 32,085 159,154 53,069 8,811 114,856 12,156 72.2 33.3 31.9
9,775 18,533 d 38.9 4,950 d 29. 26,135 9,4oo 1,090 21,785 1,452 83.4 36.0 37.2 1946 Union Pacifio ...................................1946 9,776 78,378 34.2 24,052 d 12.0 113,62 37,980 4,301 91,243 8,527 80.3 33.4 37.9
9,781 30,141 7,010 40,334 13,414 2,058 26,979 2,646 66.9 33.3 27.8 1945 1945 9,781 119,167 27,342 159,444 51,203 8,096 106,o66 11,495 66.5 32.1 28.3
Southwestern Region:
3,253 3,901 d 32.8 637 d 27.4 5,048 1,599 184 4,124 342 81.7 31.7 40.5 1946 Missouri-Kaneas-Texas Lines ..................... 1946 3,253 15,057 d 35.1 2,966 d 21.7 19,886 5,957 739 15,638 1,649 78.6 30.0 39.2
3,253 5,804 878 7,253 2,520 184 5,043 672 69.5 34.7 29.0 1945 1945 3,253 23,198 3,789 29,304 9,745 737 19,697 2,792 67.2 33.3 28.6
7,080 10,696 d 26.4 1,297 d 49.2 13,284 4,450 658 10,770 1,006 81.1 33.5 40.6 1946 Missouri Pacific # .............................. 1946 7,080 43,523 d 25.5 7,566 d 34.3 55,937 18,396 2,631 44,402 5,678 79.4 32.9 39.7
7,082 14,529 2,552 18,594 5,076 963 11,200 2,637 60.2 27. 28.4 1945 1945 7,082 58,403 11,511 75,414 19,000 3,849 43,536 11,420 57.7 25.2 28.2
1,874 3,551 d 23.1 905 a 241. 4, 1 1,633 183 3,631 768 73.6 33.1 32.6 1946 Texas & Pacific ................................. 1946 1,874 12,183 34.2 4,172 18,201 5,603 731 13,480 2,637 74.1 3.8 33
1,88s 4,634 1,203 6,45 1,738 198 3,717 686 57.7 27.0 24.9 1945 195 1,884 18,505 5,710 26,441 7,o5 766 14,946 2,668 56.5 26.6 24.2
4,645 5,406 d 24. 1,051 d 37.1 7,o86 3,202 376 7,075 46 99.9 45.2 46.3 1946 St. Louis-San Francisco # ....................... 1946 4,645 22,198 21 5,141 25.2 29,945 12,986 1,502 28,712 721 95.9 43.4 44.7
4,645 7,187 1,671 9,625 2,973 497 6,658 1,38 69.2 30.9 32.9 1945 1945 4,646 28,2oo 6,873 38,142 11,559 1,990 25,861 5,898 67.8 30.3 32.1
160 232 d 21.0 16 d 66.5 261 87 4 244 d 25 93.5 33.6 51.6 1946 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ................. 1946 160 983 7.6 89 d 44.81,114 334 15 926 22 83.2 30.0 45.7
160 293 48 352 70 4 20o4 33 58.1 19.9 32.8 1945 1945 160 1,064 162 1,263 263 17 775 114 61.3 20.8 34.5
1,575 3,712 d 37.3 149 24.1 4,29 1,167 79 2,597 796 64.4 29.0 29.0 1946 St. Louis Southwestern Lines # .................. 1946 1,575 13,95 d 42.1 644 41.1 14,808 5,262 460 10,964 1,960 4. 35.5 31.3
1607 5,919 196 6,289 1,302 182 2,995 894 47.6 20.7 23.1 1945 1945 1,607 23,483 1,093 25,262 4,922 725 11,435 3,801 45.3 19.9 21.9
4,322 6,531 d 1.9 1,334 d 29.2 8,496 3,181 23 7,419 34 87.3 37.4 42.8 1946 Texas & New Orleans ............................. 1946 4,322 25,280 d 21.0 6,479 d 17.0 34,194 12,046 1,016 26,809 4,756 78.4 35.2 36.1
,327 8,054 1,885 10,639 2,910 339 6,392 1,118 60.1 27.4 27.8 1945 1945 4,330 31,995 7,801 42,343 11,606 1,360 25,239 4,498 59.6 27.4 27.2
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P percent increase computed on units or fdollare.
** Includes accruals for recent wage awards retroactive to January 1, 1946.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe. U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1945-0-657241
- Decrease or deficit.


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