Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Statement ;
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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Title from caption.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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I UNi. OF FL LUS,


Subject to revision


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08731 0701

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


Statement No. M-150
JUNE 1946


FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE 1946 AND 1945 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE 1946 AND 1945
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
MeFiPsnrPercent Percent
Miles Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans- Freight Passenger Percent Percent
of road Depreol- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year Average Deprci et y Oper- ante trans
operated All atlon in- oper- ratio expenses expenses miles aeprel- rilay eating nance portaton
at close Per- Per- Total malnte- eluded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- road p e- All i oper- ratio expense expenses
of month Amount cent Amount cent nance in pre- income cent) eating eating operated Pernt ent Totaln nepro- Total ting (per- of opr- of oper-
in- in- ceding revenues revenues Amount Amount en nane income cent) atng atng
creae reae column crease rease column revenue revenues
(a) (bi (c) (d) (e) (f) ( (h) (1) (0 1) 1() (1) L () (n) (o) (P) (a) (r) ) I) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (s) (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)- (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
199,248 $412,254 $100,695 d29.2 $556,68 $192,377 $26,460 $471,640 33664 4.7 34.6 43.1 1946 Total---Roads listed herein .................. 94 199,269 $2,359,789 d 26.2 $62,388 d1 $,250,591$1,171,367 $158,670 $2 S7,7 $132,6.7 36.
199,736 553,473 142,133 74,933 229,889 43,70o 4R 494,:419 90,419 66.o 30.7 30.6 1945 ,6,66 1, 684 360. 432.

N n R a n1 d94 1 d199,71 3,16,8327,1,04 2 1 258,35,1.2 01 E 7 3 3eg n
1,762 ,911 14.8 14565, 2,15 26 5,220 d 2 367 45.5 1946 Boston & Maine ............................1946 ,6 25,5 14.4 ,19 10.6 12,3 1,


12 ,9 9 1,7 1, 7 9N57 ,044 2,372 51 32.a9 2...... ...........,9 2 31,4 43 6.634.9
533.5 352 1945 1945 1,799 29,731 9,126 2,721 14,922 2.554 3290O4 3,839 77.0 34.9 37.4
,43 5,98 20.4 365 d 20.3 12151 493 10,276 34 4.6 309 445 1946 New York, New Haven & Hartford ......... 19 146 ,5722 d 22.1 3048 6 17.02,3 22,949 2,961 62 d 1 42 86 45.4
S1,83 7,47 6, 733 15295 956 1,5 1,75 6.7 29. ae ........... 1 3
o a 2 2 2 6 Laes8 Ra n 1945 13--64-6-89,622 25,237 5,578 62,607 769 d 9 2 9 .2 35.7




G r4 L k 1,3 5at Le so e Ce7iont a.................. 2 ,
846 2.959 d 22.4 138 d 29.9 3,192 1076 14 2,690 2 s4. 33.8 44.7 1946 Delaware & Hudson ........................1946 6 18,833 d16.3 57 d20.7 20,237 7,921 1,048 17,939 1,051 .6 39.1 4
I46 3813 197 4,133 16 31 3,135 472 75.8 38.9 32.9 1945 1945 g46 22,41n 1, 24231 9,395 2,057 19,170 2,607 79.1 38- 3
3 3,97 d 22.2 4 9.2 400 96 35 5, 59 92.5 35.1 51 7 1946 Delaware, Lakawanna & Western...........19973 2453 16.1 5102 .9 1088.2
973 5,1. -9746,765 192 39 ,80 ,O 2 72.1 29.4 38.3 1945 1945 973 29,152 5,304 38,054 11,214 2,514 29,620 2,007 77.8 29.5

















1,9 9 : : Cenal o ........ ............. d 31,^ iO,051 1,9j1 2^,^ 1,45O 30.g
2,242 ,271 30 d32.1 9 3,510 52 9 6 101.1 36.2 567 1946 Erie ... ............................2,2421 952 10.9
2,243 11,288 1,2229 3,655 723 9 1:5 67.5 27.3 35.1 1945 1945 2,243 647939,51556110 0730 2
972 2409 322 13.9 2,900 102 11 2,722 16 939 3.4 1946 Grand Truk Wster ......................1946 1,0012918 17.1 1 50 15449 6,426 993 875 1 611.
1,o26 2,533 374 3,098 ,1i40 161 2,508o- .. 8o 3. 39. 1945 1945 1,026 15,58,0 1,37 18,573 6,351 970 14,5931 246 79.6 34.2 39.6
271 25.2 492 .44 26 4,404 182 6.4 305 4.9 1946 Lehigh Valley ..............................196 1,2 d 2462390611 26,424 4.227
120 5,709 707,30 2,0A 9 570 5,012 d 41 73.4 30.3 37.8 191945945 1,2 53 5539 3,7476 1,93139,6i34 13:02 33,227 1,924 79.2 32.4 .
10 746 31,o94 d 20.6 14,213 d 12.2 50,946 16,335 2402 42,774 3,369 4.0 321 4.2 1946 NewYork Central / ......................19 10,746 15,oo6 d19.2 74 249 .9 287 609 103,512 15,490 263 ,101 3,278 915 36.0 .2
10,749 39,179 16jes 1,636 19,519 3,841 43,807 6,310 71.1 31.7 34.4 1945 1945 10,749 22g,920 gi81 6 344230 116,051 22,329 265,629 28,771 77.2 33.7 38.2
1,687 5,272 d29.3 229 d627.4 5,616 1,835 205 4,653 344 2.9 32.7 42.9 1946 New York, Chicago & St. Louis.. ............1946 1687 31,304 6d32.7 1,57 3.7 3,619 11,057 1,26 27,989 1,793 3 I 32.9 -3
1,687 7,4o2 316 7,92 2,406 555 5,205 1,85 657 30.3 30.7 1945 1945 1:687 46,513 1,530 4,028 14,o52 3:346 31,590 9 ,468 28.7 31.2
1,949 3,341 d 20.0 21 39.1 ,836 1,345 255 3,359 55 87.6 35.1 43.7 1946 Pare arquette...........................1946 1,949 19,773 d 24.o 1,1i6 d31.9 22132 8,362 1,507 20,355 1 92.0 3 46.o
1,949 4:,176 35 793 1,801 373 3,758 573 7.4 37.6 35 3 1945 1945 1,949 26,007 1:67 28:76 10,o61 2,222 21,960 76.1 34. 36.0
229 2183 6d23.9 103 13.0 2,36 1,124 240 2,337 412 97.9 4.1 43.1 1946 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ................... 1946 229 10432 32.753 12.2 1141 6,23409 13709 1,024 119.3 59.4
229 2:,68 118 3,083 1,366 353 2,452 531 79.6 U-3 30.0 1945 1945 229 15,452 630 16,734 7,707 2,080 14,315 2,48985.5 46.1
2,393 ,03 24.1 61 d 4o.o 6,026 2,094 265 5,333 433 88.5 34.7 45.5 1946 Wabash...................................1946 2,393 0,879 26.3 3923.2 7362 1110 1.6o 31,36 2,962 3 9 31. 2
2,393 631,031 8,172 2,270 392 5,206 731 63.7 27. 303 1945 Central : 1945 2,393 41,912 51a 49,912 12,403.2.32 30, 3, 4:956i 610 24.8 31.
6,139 20,33 d26.2 30025 d30.3 24,567 8,695 1,121 21,630 961l87.9 35-3 44.9 1946 Baltimore & Ohio.......................... 1946 6,139 111,053 630.1 19,969 d620.1 139,346 57,464 6,652 133,075 !_ 95.9 1.2 46.3
6,130 27,544,305 33,579 11,162 1,580 23,681 3,759 70.5 33.2 32.3 1945 1945 6,132 158,891 24,997 193,939 64,242 9,479 140,191 72.3 33.1 34.1

4,191 182 5,098 1,427 331 3,592 69.7 28.0 37.1 1945 1945 624,741 3:478 30,111 8,324 1,997 21,771 72.3 27.6 40.0
91o 1,407o 6 27.3 386 6d36. 1,95 665 93 1,759 d 90.0 34.0 46.4 1946 Chicago & Eastarn Illinosis................1946 91o 7,909 d 29.5 2,309 $d3. 11,430 4,597 525 11,26o0d 493 98.5 40.2 48.1
912 1,936 6o4 2,756 803 98 1,931 70.1 29.1 34.8 1945 1945 912 11,213 3,388 16,001 4,640 530 11,350 70.9 29.0 35.3
392 1,621 624.7 2,017 700 75 1,771 4 8.8 34 48.5 1946 Elgin, Joliet & Eastrn!....................1946 392 9,271 d 40.9 11.114 4,095 45 10,14 0 6 9 51.336.8
392 2,153 2,572 1,147 467 2,230 76 967 438.9 1945 1945 392 15,682L- 16,132 6,292 2,804o12,985 .71.6 34.7 34.2
376 894 6d19.5 d2862 d 1.4 911 955 188 2,994 184 6.6 24.4 49.7 1946 Long Island.............................. 1946 376 6,191 d612.4 13,765 3.2 21,074 2,7541,128 17,613 583.6 27.
376 12,902 4,223 1,l65 192 2,805 723 66.4 25.2 39.0 1945 1945 376 7,071 13,342 21,613 410 1,14721662 67692846
10,121 42,949 d 23.3 17,372 6 21.4 65,132 24,176 3,539 61 ,687 947 37,1 50.8 1946 Pennsylvania.............................. 1946 10,121 238,58 W d28.3 108,511 d 12.0 377,230 140,i12 20,752 359,287 10 95.2 37.1 5.0
10,112 56,015 22,096 84,756 25894 4,307 43,020 13,405- 74.4 30.6 39.2 1945 1945 10,112 332,845 123,275 494597 148,684 25,227 378,303 4 74.530.1 41.7
1,362 68473 7 5 714 d 20.9 ,535 2,247 439 6,659 47 68. 3 .I 44.6 1946 Reading .................................. 1946 1 62 g 69Z67 d19. 5,512 2.9 47,809 ,094 2,635 41,423 2,325 86.6 37.8 4.4
1367 :677931.8 1945 1945 1,367 49,69 5,35 *7,59 19,462 4,602 41,383 7,081 71.9 33.8 34.8
7 d 37.1 17 5,039 9 11,63 ,638 65.2 28.1 2. 1946 Chesapeake & Ohio.........................1946 3,087 75,141 d 19.7 7,893 6d13.6 86,188 29,384 5,708 64,945 12,214 75.4 34.1 34.7
3,077 i,6go 1,774 18,174 6,396 1,965 12,242 2,632 67.4 35.2 27.6 1945 1945 3,076 93,537 9,140 106,307 37,555 11,49 72,564 i6,os4 68.3 35.3 28.3
2,161 10,330 6d6.3 951 d 26.2 i6oo116 447 1707 7,419 2,424 64"0 29. 29.2 1946 Norfolk & Western.........................19546 2,161 5160a8 6d27.4 6,126 d 8.0 59,580 21,562 4,213 44,349375 74.4 36.2
5,560 7,241 d 10.1 1,830 d 46.i 9,702 4,220 298 9,337 6 96.2 463.5 43..4 1946 Atlant5c Coast Line.1946 5,569 45,67 d 18. 15.277 d 28.162 474 27,5701
5,57 8,052 3,394 12,178 4,494 903 9,370769 36.9 3.6 19451945 5,57? 56,479 21,233 9 824 26,103 5:4P255248 6 90.9 42.1542.0
1,816 21926 27 3d.0 34o2, 1083 1127 78 6 2 302 92.6 31.7 5o.9 1946 Central of Georgia# 8......................1946 1s16 11,674 7 2,590 6d40.9 15:7 5538 700014,824 69 4.o 35.4
1516 2:266 727 3,2?2 1,03 555 755 33o0 35.8 1945 18:16 14,111 4:36o 20,4 2 4,76 1,610 1 ,461 3 75.6o31.651
1i945 2,984 d 15.2 140 6 54.2 2,727 1,085 108 2,276 124 83. 39.8 34.3 1946 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio....................... 1946 1,945 15,524 d613.8 971 d621.5 17,083 6,715 658 14,458 420 84.39. 36.8
1,941 2,946'305 3,36 1,095 170 2,212 341 65.8 32.5 26.7 1945 1945 1,943 18,008 1,237 19:,67 6,150 1,014 12,043 2,250 63.: 31.0
5,077 10,92 a 30.6 2,28 d631.3 14,161 5,862 837 12,598 442 89.0 41.4 4o.1 1946 Illinois Central.......................... 1946 5,080 66,237 d25.6 14,971 6 8.9187,573 31,233 5,024 71,992 6,335 82.2 35.7 39.0
5,081 15,745 3,285 20,228 6,430 1,125 12,753 2,689 63.0 31.8 26.8 1945 1945 5,082 89,024 16,i38 112,60 35,293 6,645 73,066 13,635 64.9 31.2
4,759 10,574 d20.7 2,077 d37.7 13,615 4,903 609 11,815 924 86.s 36.0 44.7 1946 Louisville & Nashville.................... 1946 4,758 61,719 d623.9 13,068 6d33.0 80,058 29,355 3,534 68,471 5,756 85.5 36.7 42.7
4,755 13,340 3,335 17,824 5,081 1,051 11,518 2,105 64.6 28.5 31.7 1945 1945 4,755 81,050 19,502 1O6,913 29,819 6,261 67,457 12,698 63.1 27.9 30.9
4,IRO 7,OO4 3.3 1,490 d51.6 9,038 3,024 339 7,99i, 1, 01: 3 35 42.7 1946 Seaboard Air Line ##8......................1946 4,150 42,720 6 8.0 12, 3 58:29 9,7419,522:1,976 47304 5,80.3 33. 3-5
6,484 13,209 d616.3 2,580 6d4o.9 16,807 6,012 596 14,293 1,003 85.0 35.8 43.3 1946 Southern..................................1946 6,484 77,158 d 20.8 19,19 6d36.1 103,380 36,449 3,490 84,522 8,035 81.8 35.3 40.5
6,5o5 15,788 4,363 21,463 6,465 i,o64 13,372 2,292 62.3 30.1 27.9 1945 1945 6,505 97,417 3044 135,557 37,626 435 90.-23 16:412 59-7 27.i
1,524 2,171 45.1 1663 d52.8 2,440 60 O 80 1,635 460 67"O 25.8 36.1 91946 Yazos & Mississippi Valley................1946 1,524 10,709 d 28.0 1,703 d 14.3 13,068 4,266 49o 10,393 918 79.5 32.6

Pecn Incr.ea, ..sse -e d sjLon50Oits usantlers


percent increase conpu
Includes amortizatic n 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.


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U.S. DEPOMITORY


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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 JUNE 1946 AND 1945


Operating revenues
Freight Passenger


Per- Per- otal
Amount ent Amount nt otal
crease crease
(b) (a) (d) (e) (f)


Operating expenses


Deprecla-
All tion in-
cluded total
nainte- in pre- otal
nn ceding
column
(cW) (h) (W


Net
railway
oper-
ating
Income


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(1)


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(m)


Region, road, and year



(n)


Average
miles
of road
operated


Miles
of road
operated
at close
of month


(a)


,--' '--_-I--- --_-'-_I.. .-_ _I- -,I_-,-I -,_ L- (n) (0 _
(Money items In thousands of dollars)-


a 18.8 $3,o16
3,532
d 26.7 161
292
d 30.8 2,507

d 10.0 297
-- 421
_3
d 18.9

d A5.4 1,320
1,913
d 7.1 138
177
d 32.2 1,180
1,937
d5.4 11U




d 36.3 6,280
10,248
d 38.0 2,283
2,954
d 22.6 2,475
3,711
d 48.8 551
1,032
a 25.o 5,783
9,715
a 46.2 5,628
,474
d 33.1 664
1,183
d 27.0 1,570
2,752
d 24.3 833
1,682
d 22.0 9
1,843
d12.9 36
34
d 40.1 163
272
d 19.5 1,424
2,186


$4,497
4,891
667
751
6 49

702
726





831
925
4,197
4,836
541
435
881
979
11,812
14,915
4,55

4,031
5,189
1,532
1,851
10,425
12,932

9,338
13,229
1,570
2,696
4,705
5,275
1,439
1,778
2,635
3,102
87
71
1,098
1,272
2,697
2,633


1840
1,136
89
101
927
1,189
10l
126
101
348
637
1,312
101
105

527

66
100
100
122

1,69

797
1,272
6o6
822
2o6
460

878
2,228
1,111
2,055
184
185
658
964

185
189

376
500
4
4
125
185
23
32a


$10,699
10,409
1,773
1,797
14,675
15,706
1,884
1,754
1,s46
1,916
10,061
11,914

1,973
1,907
8,829
9,516
1,471
1,210
2,191
2,274
26,339
29,090
10,797
12,699
10,180
10,926

3.391
,107
27,902
29,247
23,351
27,745
4,127
5,173
11,139
11,575
3,612
3,895
6,351
6,7S8
263
202
2,713
2,892
6,672
6,111


S753
2,0o86
d 161

2,493




2,217
1.889
2,736
3,026
296
429
246
2,000
121
432
d"61

,082
6,019
1,347
2,374
1,391
2,377
246
1,542
3,062
3,761
1,234
4,408

433
512
901
2,252
701
1,079



3 ,
39
532
883
1,096
1,098


69.6

95.4
71.3
94.8
72.7
90.9
75.5
42.1
35.6
71.8
56.9
79.2
71.4
92.1
68.1
79.6
61.3
100.7
67.6

77.7
55.3
76.6
59.6
77.5
2.9

54.5
86.8
65.1
85.0
58.2
78.0
65.0
82.7
61.2

73.9
55.5
86.3
68.0
25.7
55.9
72.6
46.9
Z1.5
58.2


Northwestern Region:
36.1 42.8 1946 Chicago & North Western ......................... 1946
32.7 31.9 1945 1945
35.9 51.1 1946 Chicago Great Western ........................... 1946
29.8 35.9 1945 1945
42.3 45.0 1946 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .......... 1946
39.1 29.0 1945 1945
33.8 49.5 1946 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha .......... 1946
31.2 38.9 1945 1945
19.8 21.0 1946 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................... 1946
17.3 17.3 1945 1945
32.8 32.9 1946 Great Northern .................................. 1946
30.7 22.9 1945 1945
33.6 41.1 1946 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ....... 1946
34.7 32.5 1945 1945
3.8 39.7 1946 Northern Pacific................................ 1946
34.6 28.2 1945 1945
29.3 43.9 1946 Wisconsin Central # ............................. 1946
22.1 33.7 1945 1945
Central Western Region:
40.5 50.8 1946 Alton #.......................................... 1946
29.1 32.4 1945 1945
34.8 38.6 1946 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ .................. 1946
28.3 24.5 1945 1945
32.3 37.7 1946 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .................... 1946
31.2 24-5 1945 1945
30.7 38.7 1946 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific # ................ 1946
29.9 27.5 1945 1945
38.8 38.8 1946 Denver & Rio Grande Western # .................... 1946
24.5 25.8 1945 1945
32.4 44.9 1946 Southern Pacific Company ........................ 1946
28.8 30.0 1945 1945
34.0 41.7 1946 Union Pacific ................................... 1946
27.5 25.3 1945 1945
Southwestern Region:
29.7 40.1 1946 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ..................... 1946
33.9 26.5 1945 1945
34.9 41.1 1946 Missourl Pacific # .............................. 1946
27.9 22.8 1945 1945
29.4 35.7 1946 Texas Pacific................................. 1946
25.3 24.2 1945 1945
35.8 42.6 1946 St. Louls-san Franncseo # ....................... 1946
31.1 31.7 1945 1945
28.3 49.5 1946 st. Louln-san Frnnonoo & Texa .................. 19i6
19.6 30.4 1945 1945
29.4 36.0 1946 St. Louis Southwestern Lines # .................. 1946
20.6 22.3 1945 1945
32.9 40.4 1946 Texas & New Orleans ............................. 1946
25.1 28.0 1945 1945


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


8,065
8,070
1,500
1,500
10,733
10,723
1,616
1,617
546
546
8,332
8,372
3,224
3,224
6,872
6,869
1,051
1,130

959
959
13,085
13,115
8,864
8,983
7,652
7,749
2,386
2,386
8,246
8,247

9,776
9,781
3,253
3,253
7,080
7,082

1,873
1,S82
4,645
4,64
160
160
1,575
1,607
4,322
4,329


Operating revenues


Freight passenger


Per- Per- Total
Amount ct Amount Total
crease crease
a) C( () (rC (C) a t)


$48,530
56,552
10,421
12,735
68,478
88,022
9,607
10,103

7,721
13,643
59,620
82,227
10,497
10,029
44,194
57,525
9,196
9,123
8,180
13,213
138,247
211,473
70,033
97,420
54,032
72,017
17,904
32,255
129,738
176,296
115,766
188,986
22,983
35,817
63,988
88,516

19,199
28,051
52,803
3,212
1,534
1,671
20.195
35,396
47,820
8,349


d 14.2

d 18.2

d 22.2

d 4.o

d 43.4

d 27.5

4.7

d 23.2

.8

d 32.1

d 34.6

d 21.2

d 25.0

d 44.5

d 26.4

d 38.7

d235.




d 31.6

d 24.1

d 2.2

d 42.9

d 21.8


317,393
17,932
1,182
1,276
15,100
15,698
1,592
2,114
21
31
8,489
9,196
765
875
8,501
9,351
562
476
4 199

42,893
52,493

15,323
17,578
15,696
20,217
4,781
4,635
39,421
51,194
55,016
3,781
4,185
5,982
10,558
16,698

5,871
9,020
7,222
10,493
145
229
960
1,683

9,071
12,095


FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE 1946 AND 1945

Operating expenses


Deprecl-
All nation In-
main- cludd Total
na0ce cedilnu
column $


(Money items In thousands of dollars)*
d 3.0 $74,342 $28662 $4,962 s67,650
83,663 27,891 6,554 61,16
S7.4 12,900 4,523 535 11,30
15,160 4,323 608 10,760
d 3.2 93,475 35,883 5,556 86,162
115,205 0,196 7,112 84,217
d 24.7 12,g20 4,679 643 12,293
13,384 3,953 756 10,176
d 31.3 8,995 4,423 607 7,778
15,797 5,570 2,026 9,397
d 7.7 74,303 29,931 3,802 62,895
98,695 36,398 7,962 68,061
d 12.6 12,192 5,155 06 11,952
llS12 4,534 729 10,00S
d 9.1 58,374 23,906 3,135 52,724
72,970 27.635 7,391 54,867
1.0 i10,698 3,262 394 9,017
10,46o 2,866 6o4 7,673
2.6 14,246 5,953 606 13,693
19,425 5,225 634 12,906
d 15.3 196,210 68,582 10,018 149,999
282,O69 83,213 19,098 165,641
d 12.8 95,044 27,922 4,682 67,201
125,460 35,157 7,673 70,563
d 22,4 76,040 23,691 3,485 60,288
99,511 27,261 4,633 61,289
3.2 24,033 9,187 1,256 21,071
38,429 10,805 2,748 23,284
d 23.0 1?' 70,808 5,747 169,312
-',: 79,206 13,263 173,562
d 20.0 166,935 56,622 6,508 136,069
252,382 77,803 12,209 161,519
d 30.0 29,899 9,111 1,106 23,814
45,159 15,068 1,109 30,086
d 36. 861,686 27,352 3,946 66,132
113,671 29,534 5,776 66,919
d 34.9 27,750 8,528 1,102 20,611
40,408 10,516 1,144 22,596
d 31.2 43,789 18,639 2,254 41,716
58,282 17,670 2,989 39,367
d 36.8 1,742 506 23 1,426
1,959 404 26 1,193
d 42.9 21,979 7,537 710 16,534
38,126 7,504 1,O95 17,334
d 25.0 50,455 i1,948 1,509 40,634
64,269 1n,936 2,033 37,770


F Report of trustee or trustees.
aJ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
d Decrease or deficit.


Percent Percent
Net Oper- mainte- trans-
railway eating nance portatlon
oper- ratio expenses expenses
eating (per- of oper- of oper-
income cent) atIn. a tlng
revenues revenues

(x) (_ ) (z) I _I La


2,367
14,6S5
d 909






410
3,309
4,026
11,175



2,589
9,852
424
1,543
2 1"404

20,758
30,472
12,960
16,342
6,664
14,013
1,048
7,117
11,217
19,o004
11,026
19,971
2,251
3,752
6,882
16,399
?,962
.532



71
205
2,738
5,686
6,489
7,138


91.0
73.1
91.7
71.0
92.2
73.1
9z.2
76.0
86.5
59.5
84.6
69.o
98.0
84.7

90.3
75.2
84.

96.1
66.4

76.4
58.7
70.7

79.3
ul.6
87.7
60.6

90.9
69.7
81.5
64.0

79.7
66.6
80.9
53.9
74.3
55.9

7.-5
81.9
60.9
75.2
45.5
so.5
58.8


38.6
33.3
35.1
28.5

38.4
34.,
37.4
29.4
49.2
35.3
40.3
36.9
42.
38.0
41.0
37.9

27.4
41.8
26.9
35.o0

29.4
26.0

31.2
27.4
38.2
22.1
38.0
31.8

33.9
30.8
30.5
33.3
3. 5
26.0
3c.7
26.0
42.6
30.3
29.0
20.6
34.3
19.7
35.6
26.4


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,0o65
8:,065
1,500
1,500
10,733
10,730
1,616
1,617
546
546
8,332
8,372
3,224
3,224
6,872
6,873
1,051
1,130

959
959
13,085
13,115
8,868
8,964

7,651
7,753
2,386
2,386
8,245
8,247

9,775
9,781
3,253
3,253
7,080
7,082
1,873
1,873
4,645
4,645
160
160o

1,575
1,607
4,322
4,327


88,054
9,921
1,495
2,039








11,356
17,593
1:29"1




2,158
2,323
7,417
10,938
1,612

1,290
2,181
25,189
39,530
10,287
16,586

9,609
12,409

3,178
6,211
23,z62
31,:31
19,203
35,698
4,186
6,253
10,726
14,701

,623
4,786
5,764
7,385
258
318
3,441
5,745
6,184
7,6S7


d 14.6

d 44.2

d 27.3

dA 29.5

d 38.5

d 31.0

d 22.0

dA 39.1

d 32.5

d 30.0

d 38.7

d 22.7

d 33.3

d 46.6

d 40.5

d 33.6

d 43.9

d 42.9

d 50.5

d 46.2

7.5

d 40.2

d 34.9


14,9bl
1,858
2,521
15,481
21,601l
2, 07
2,324

4,389
5,388
14,017
20,950
2,473
2,670

9,589
13,980
1,847
1,972
2,116
3.363
33,909
52,653
14,094
21,293
13,131
17,368
3,953

2,130
4,910
27,4 75
47;6t46

5,292
7,958
13,471
18,919
4,886
7,018

7,362
9,977
307
362

3,738
6,172
6,185
10,501


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