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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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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: AA00015604:00070
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

S1lI I 1111111111 08II9I III INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3 1262 08731 0859
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


U.S. DEPCFOTORY


StitaMt No. M.-1
JULY 46


FOR TrH MONTH or JULY 1946 AND 1945 roR aEa uoNTHS ENDED WITH JULY 1946 MD 1945
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Frsght Pasenger Net Opera nte- t Freight Paesenger Peroent Percent
of oa DApro- alway eting nnee poatlo Region, road, and year Average Depreoi- let Op ente tp on-
operatea e- Pe- All ion In- per ratio expenses expensesadAll aton in- oper- ratio no po n
at close Total saints. eluded Total eating (per- of oper- of ope o road Pr- Total mi nt e-lud Total ating (per o ope- of ope
of month amount ent Amount cent nnce in pro- Income ont) eating ating operated ent oent anon p -
in- in- Ceding reienues reenues n- in- sdIgic
oareus orease column rv oree rease oolun revenues reees
(a) (b) c) () (e) M) ,(t) () (1) {j) (k) (1) (,) (n) (o) (0) () ) () ) (u r~
(Money ite in thousands of dollars)* (Money items In thousands of dollar)*
199,2 34 P62,78 1. 05,2:5 2 a 24.9 613 212 02,7 66 (26,77: 95:888 85 .9 :31 41.1 1946 Tota--Ro1ad li1ste herein.........** .....** 1946 199,264$ 2 7 6 l 41 4 3:
199,736 533,4.7 lOl0 725,677 232,770 4 7 5013213 69.1 32.1 32.1 1945 INw England Region: 199,757 2,822,57303 9:8139 91551,69) 32.5 ,63,,17,15 ,579 3~.6
7 45d : 56 3 17, 2 3 6? 7 1a 8? 3. 43.2 6 Boton & aine ............................. 1 764 d .2 d 11.1 1, 1,9 4 3 :
2,031 7, 2,391 465 562 87 7213.1 1995 1,789 3 297 ,1499 17,313,0193876,

G1eat I ae Region:
4 i2 1 -- 1, 1 17 305 :4 4 3 :1 6 D el Huds................ .........o..1. 946 86 2 071 d 1050 237 1 12061 8 6 O 4:
6 3,610 25 3.3,9H 1531 331 :094 399 7 6 4: 8 35.0 19?45 4 86 22,071 13;: 0.7.2 |1| 9,2 6 2,399 22:6 3 3: .2 38
973 4,s8s61,071 2,957 26015 0 ,9'19 769 75.1 30. 39 1945 194 973 3400 2 6,375 '5'91 5 13,228 2,952 3"529 2,775 31..1

2,22" l 1,72 1 2 i sl 3,4l5 56 9, 61 147 86.5 .1 8 .0 19 6 s .................................... ,24 52 2 2.9 6 627 66 0. .
S692. 7- 219 a 2u 1 11 26 st 8:1 .9 46 ra nk Western .. ..........................1 0 d5 3 d 8 2 1 624 104 1.
2,51 3, 1 136 162n42, 5 368 391o 15 2,o662 5
36:514%3 1,157 W 2,533 61911945 2, 21,717 7 1 11712 71.9 34.6
1,2 4,929 53 L21 a5 1,7 248 4,715 580 0.5 28.7 45.9 1946 Lehigh Valley ............................196 1,2td25.2 4d a12.0 3 10,291 1,859 M31,139 1,988 83.6 27.6 45.2
1,260 5,303 :50R 2,028 567 4,981 9866 76.5 31.2 10.5 19131 1,26 4,394M56015,631 3,99 38,206 2,911 78.9 32.3 41.5
1o0 7ld 1 16 2.0 5 17:1 ? 5:0'412 19 171 2 61 44 14o I Nw York Central ...................... ,746 2,46 16.6 Ol 7.9 827 120925 1,1O 308, 7,36 89.9 353
S3b,551 14,050 56095 19,15 34 43.255 4,928 771 54. 95536 3,325 1352093 77.2
6 d 12.4 220 d 29.9 6,601 1924 216 496 1 95 73 29.1 39. 1946 Nw York, Chic.ago. A St. Louis ............ 196 16 37,538 d 0.0 106 d 2.0 4,219 12,91 1,44 32,95 3 81.9 32.3 2.6
1,687 7,113 313 7,598 2,33 553 5132 1,90 67.5 30 319 1945 145 1,67 53,627 143 56,626 16,389 3,99 36721 110 64. 2.9 31.3
1,9 3,907 1.8 277 d 28.7 ,555 1,518 2 3299 8424.6 1946 Per@ Marquette .......................... 19 6,413 d 26,687 9,880 1,762 24,190 t 7 90.6 37.0 45.6
1,949 383 389 4,550 1,731 372 3,60 508 80.0 38. 3.2 1 19 1,9444 2,056 33,426 11,792 2594 25600 76.6 36.0
2 419 6.3 Id 2 11 245 .1 42.6 317 1946H Pittsburgh Late Erie ....................1946 229 13,021 a 27.4 661 d 12. 1429 8,01. 1,648 16,145 1,526 1 .0 5
9 26 4 308 3 249 94. 49.4 390 1945 1 229 17,927 755 19:382 16 244 16:sl3 2: 55 6.7 5
2:393 6,013 l 4.0 72 7152 2 17 268 62 30.4 41.91946 Wabash ................................... 2 892 d 63.4 4,677 21.9 44,514 14,087 37.5 37 04 6 46.
2,393 6,262 843 7,593 2.284 392 ,200 6 8.5 30.1 32.6 145 1945 1 14 5 5991 57505 146 271 635 52 2 05
Central Eastern Regioneglec2,717 35,63562. 5.57 3
6139 2j, d 10.0 091 d 267 27934 9,43 1,17 23,209 2,144 8 338 42!5 1946 Baltimore A Ohio ......................... 3.46 6139 14,502 27.3 23,2 16720 6697 156,24 2 7 93.4 140.0
6,130 26,042 4,218 31,956 11,315 1,616 23,869 3,844 74.7 35.4 34.1 1945 1945 6.13 184,3 291236 LZL" 2056895 7 l6400 g 726 33.5 31.d
654 07 9 ;5 3,68 33 3,535 410 874.3 0 .3 1945 19 65 2 ,15 3 1 92 2 31 25,306 7
74 d, 20. 16 1 323. 1950 617 1 26dj02.4
912 1823 e t6.0 1 2 3 1946 hiao : st e r 3n Illini. ................19 4 910 9 Z 6 1 5. 5 618 13 211 L_77 35:3
392 2,011 d 6.2 - 2,52 68 7 1,890 461 7.3 27.1 42.3 1946 Elgin, Joliet Easten .................. 146 392 11282 36.7 - 13,638 4,780 53 11998 a 88.0 35.0
392 2,143 2,5 1,0945 46 2,147 119 83.8 .7 37.7 1945 1945 392 17,825 20,694 7,36 3,270 15,132 731 35.7
376 1,220 99 3, 4.2 4996 1,037 190 3,150 1102 63.0 20.8 40.2 1946 Long Island .............................. 1946 76 7411 1353.4 26 070 6,792 118 2076 27 796 26
376 1,110 3 4775 1036 191 860 1236 59.9 21.7 36.2 1945 19 376 8,7 1:,76 1 26,389 76,77 1,339 9,7486 2,00 73.8 27. 1.
10,121, 52,023 a 1.0 18,228 d l : 75 1r26,1 9 474 60a :5,016 87.1 1, Pennsyvania .............................19611d2. 10,11126 d 129.00,6110d0 1624.277 37 5 21
_00 _2 _........................... 69_ d, 1 5oo 16 ,o 24,226
5 2,83528 22,75 12 1 ,. ,0 3;935 4:3411*29; a ^ 0,;00 11,7 2,2^ 4,o a 7.6 37.0 5.9
10,1128 56,5283 22,352 88 031090 177.5 1945 a194 10,112 385,373 14 5 6,7987 6
2, 9 a22. ,4 12 6 ,7,925 75 ,81.2 2: o35.6 o 411 1946 Reading .................................. 1 627134
S93 3419, 793 6,999 1,19 732 357 34. 1945 1: 3,5 571, 6,336 132 22,880 5,395 48,:82 8,278 7
1 10Poahontae Region:
10 1697 9.4 122 d45.0 i5s5 1 2 ,6 6: 30:7 82195I 6 hs.ak.Ohio ........................ 1 1224, 44,942 6665 4
3,077 4,71 223 17688 3 997 5 678 353 2 1945 45 3376 123,995 798 13:423 58,90 6.25.
9,82 7,16527* 0:,M5S6outhern Region:r8W.
5169 6,770 *.7 2 2,0 9 19:40 4,8 3, : 9 d o98.4 44. 6 194 tntioO 6 A lic Line ...................... ,17 1
574 ,723 3,37 ,o9 489.1 3 9 O4 .97 6,2 654 70.0 33. 32.0
6 2.206 9.5 1 2 29.6 19 Ontral of Georgia .....................196 1,816 13879 2,91 4 1,574 6367 17275 12 93.0 34.3 4.4
1,16 2,013 661 2955 1,131 288 2,563 171 86.7 33 4 1945 15 16 16125 5 23,7 7 1,897 18025 3,246 77.0 32.5 38.0
1,945 2,651, 3 155 d 2,2 4 7 108 236 231 814 37S 5'5 1946 Gulf, Mobile. Ohio ...................... 1946 1945 18,175 d 1. 1.126 24.6 19987 7,71 76 16,61 650 84. 0
3,068 3.432 1,1 172 2,37 283 69.2 33.9 29 1945 1945 1, 121 23,00 7,314 1,18 15,017 2,533 64.5
919.0 19451 49 2 15,17 53.4
76 i ,? 2,290 16 ,o Sl r1 38 4 0, ? o. o.0 194 Illinois Central ..........................1946 ,6 ,1 1,,?6 11,08 ,7 ,3 96,221 ,204 82.2 3.5
6,6 1,165 4,006 21,434 6,7 1,65 13 ,8 7 2, 64 1: 722 5 47120 : 6.9
1945194 6606, 0,0 22,730 15,8 47,10 98,146 18,000 64.6 3o p:.
47 12P 2 d 4.9 2:0IL 121 1 52126 615 12:41 169 11 37 42:1 16 Louisville. Nashv.lle. ...................9 14d6 4,758 7404 a 21.2 15.166 a 3 95,276 34,481 4,149 80:.81 7,0454 84.8 62 42.6
66 71 6.4 1,186 d5S.3 37 09 745 6.6 3j 42.7 1946 Seaboard Ai r Line .......................196 4150 4,434 d 6.1 1386 d 38.6 67626 2,308 6 67108 1.
,7 3.339 10,346 3,437 1 71,32 1,3 71.21 33. 30.-9 1945 1945 4,170 5, 22,587 ,570 24,430 4,52 9, 11:336 673 .3
6,414 104,544 2,1 d11 18,368 6 271 582 14,970 1,4218 341 41.8 1946 southern ..................................196 6 14 91,702 a 18.1 21,940 5 1 748 42720 49492 9 6, 817 35 07
6:505 14,550 4 66 2030 6 75 13,892 2227 68.0 18 31.3 194 115 1 6,505 111,967 ,7Y 13 155,986 44,124 7,220 94, 1 60.8 2
S Percent increase computed on unitshoof doRlaron


SInoludes amortizaton of Defense Projects.


* Report of trustee or trustees.
H Report of roeeiver or reeooivers.
t/ Includes Bolton & Albany, Lessor to New York Central.
S Deorease or deficit.









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




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


FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 1946 AND 1945 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH JULY 1946 AND 1945

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expensent Percent
Miles right Passengr DPercent Percent Freight Paseenger t Op ce ptran
Nilee Passenger Net Oper- maints- trans- _AverageDepreo- railway eating sins- tan
of road i tion In.i rlway atlng nanoe portation Reglon, road, and year Amile All aton ln- oper- ratio xpane expenses
ope rated Pe ll lu pe atio expenses expense ofroAount Amount Total aint- udd Total t (per- pe- ofpe
tootal malnte- i _n I Total IatingPr (per-o of opera- of oper- ra e- P- maue ot l n (pern of-ofopr- ofo oer-
of month Amount in- Amount in-nanincome cent) revenues teneinue moo codng revenues revenues
reasre crease counrveolumn reasscreas

(a) (b) c) () d) (0) (f) () () i() () () (1 () (n) (0) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) ( ( )


8,065
8,065
1.500
1,500
10,733
10,730
1 616
1,617
546
5146
8,332
8,371
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 36
2:386
11:2145
8 247
9,775
9,779
3,253
3,253
7,o80
7,082
1,873
1,873
14,645
16o
16o



4,322
4 327


1,811
#9 3
1,976

12,6
14:477
1,644
1,683
4,764
5,027
10,272
17,051

1,7R
2:194



1,663
1,570
1,5149
1,968
28,987
39,708
12,220
17,701
11,762
13,337

1:24
25,853
29,718
22,942
37,545
4,483
5,938
12,570
16,276

3,586
5,056
6,443
7,413
304
288
3,946
5,309
7,009
7,:605


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


(Money items in thousands of dollars)


8,065
8:o069
1,500
1,500
10,733
10:724
1,616
1,617

546
5146
8,332
8,371
3,224
3,224
6,872
6,869
1,051
1,130
959
959
13,085
13,115
8,864
8,980
7,652
7,750
2, 386
2:386

8,246
8.247
9,776
9,781
3,253
3,253

7,080
7,082
1,873
1,881

4,645
4:646
160
160

1,575
1,607
4,322
4,329


'57,9
12,232
14,711
80,847
102,500
11,250
11,786
12,l485
18,670
69,892
99,279
12,216
12,223

^ol6

10,861
10,693
9,729
15,181
167,234
251,181
82,253
115,181
65,794
85,355
21,401
38,501
155,591
206,014
138,708
226,531
27,466
41,755

76,558
104,792
22,785
33,102
39,246
50,624
1,838
1,959
24,141
40,705

4,,82
55,9L5X


S12.7 20,658 3.5
21,411

d 168 d1 6 12o.0

d 21.1 17,705 _d7
-- 19,191

S 4.9 1,9p6 d 24.4
2,561 -

d 3.1 27 d 30.8
39

d 29.6 9,900 d 9.3
10,917



d 22.2 9,507 1l4.o
11,057

1.6 678 9.5
619
d3 14,770 d 2.6
4:897 -

d3..n 143,526 d 19.6
61,591

d 28.6 17,974 d 13.6
-- 20,798

d 22.9 18,426 d 23.8
24,190
a 44.4 5,396 d 3.6

d 24.- 145,238 d 29.0
-- 0,5330
d 38.8 40,907 d 21.0
51,764

d 34.2 4,870 d 31.5
7,105
a 26.9 12,44o0 o 5-6
19,324

d 31.2 6,726 d 36.4
____ 10 .5714

d 22.9 8,18 32.
12,293
d 6.2 165 d 37.9
-- 265

d 4o.7 1,128 d1 43.5
1,998
1 10,390 d27.1
114,251


(Money items In thousands of dollars)*
$88,390 $33,143 $5,803 $79,202
98,350 32,859 7,693 71,718
15,076 5,226 624 13,657
17,600o 5,077 709 12,589


Northwestern Region:
1946 Chicago & North Western ......................... 1946
1945 1945
1946 Chicago Great Western ........................... 1946
1945 1945
1946 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ........... 1946
1945 1945
1946 Chicago, St. Paul, Mlnneapolis & Oah.a .......... 1946
1945 1945
1946 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................... 1946
1945 1945
1946 Great Northern ..................I............... 1946
19 1914
1946 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Maria ....... 1946
1945 1945
1946 Northern Paolfic ................................ 1946
1945 1945
1946 Wisoonein Central # ............................. 1946
1945 1945
Central Western Region:
1946 Alton ......................................... 1946
1945 1945
1946 Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ................. 1946
1945 1945
1946 Chicago, Burlington & qulnoy .................... 1946
1945 1945
1946 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific # ................ 1946
1945 19"45
1946 Denver & Rio Grands Western .................. 1946
1945 1945
1946 Southern Pacific Company ........................ 1946
1945 1945
1946 Union Pacific ................................... 1946
1945 1945
Southwestern Region:
1946 Missouri-Kansa.-Texas Linea ....................... 1946
1945 1945
1946 Missouri Pacific # .............................. 1946
1945 1945
1946 Texas & Pacific ................................. 1946
19145 19145
1946 St. Louis-San Francisco # ...................... 1946
1945 19145
1946 St. Louis-San Franclsco & Texas ................. 1946
1945 1945
1946 St. Louis Southwestern Lines .................. 1946
1945 1945
1946 Texas & New Orleans ............................. 1946
1945 1945


"841
1,139
89
101
944
1,195

10
121

102
346

642
1,325
100
104
5141
1,262
67
103
100
107
1,681
3,283
804
1,277
608
823
207
460

2,242
1,126
2,0o62
184
185

9626

186
193
376
501
4
4

121


6,500 100,875
8,308 99,923


d 3.8

d 8.3

d 14.6

d 2.14

d 15.2



d 21.6

d 16.3

5.9

d 21.3

d 27.0

d 31.0

d 11.8

d 44.0

d 13.0

d 38.9

a 24.5

d 22.8

d 29.1

d 13.1

5.6

d 25.7

d 7.8


$3 265
3:1479



2,606
3,493





1,412
1,721
190
186
1,007
1,706
n6
143
571
803
6,633
9,099
2,650
3,220
2,730
3,973
614
965
5,817
9,156
5,891
7,9:84

685
1,123
1,882
2,626

1,5p
1,096
1,800
20
36
168
316
1,318
2,160


* Report of trustee, or trustees.


/ Includes Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Decrease of deficit.


$1,267
13,148



2,819
17o,068

d 1.449

2,262
5,1408
5,398
16,935


3,420
11,812

1,756

FT37
26,019
35,935
14,984
18,899
9,028
16,886

1,467
8,1402
13,462
21,742

14,500
24,792


8,556
19,057
4,604
5,677

603
10,268
110
233

,527

7,730
8,317


89.6
72.9
90.6
71.5
91.5
73.9
96.3
75.1
68.9
52.7
84.1
67.1
98.1
82.2

8a.9
76.o

83.2
73.1



75.6
58.9
71.1
56.9
77.6
1.7
87.0
60.1
90.0
69.7
81.0
63.3

19.4
67-0
80.8
58.9
74.5
56.0
92.8
67.8
81.0
61.3



80.4
59.1


31.7
28.8
39.2
35.7

36.2
29.0
37.6
30.2
39.6
35.7
42.1
37.2
40.8
38.6
30.1
27.6
42.0
27.3
34.6
29.7
29.8
28.7
30.5
27.8
38.0
27.9
37.0
31.6
33-
3U.5

30.8
33.8



30.5
26.0

40.7
30.6
28.3
20.9
33.3
20.0

35.1
25.3


45.2
35.5
48.9
37.1
46.0
33.1

407
28.6
21.0
38.1
27.2
19.5
39.8
40.6
31.5
46.7
39.3
44.2
33.3
36
26:4
3Z:2
2 .2
38.9
28.2

o40.7
27.7
43.1
31.3

38.4
7.2


27.9
40.5
28.2
314.8
214.2

44.2
31.8

45.

33.0
22.0
37.9
27.7


45.6
32.9
33.2

43.4
33.2
49.6
38.3
20.4
17.1


N:o0
38.7
214.2





43.4
37.0
41.3
33.3

32.8
26.3
34.6
24.2
34.9
27.0
38.5
27.0

44.0
32.4

38.3
26.5
36.8
27.1
40.7
27.3

34:j
41.1
31.7
45.4

30.1
2:2.
39.6
29.5


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82.2
71.7
83.9
75.0
87.9
78.5
85.8
70.2
40.3
34.3
80.8
57.8
98.3
70.8
87.2
81.1
77.5
71.7
104.0
69.7
71.5
59.8
Po:

69.2
62.3
83.2
57.7
85.0
69.6
78.2
59.8

69:3
80.3
59.3






36


8 6.1

d 34.1

d 23.4

d 23.0

d 28.5

d 18.0

2.1

1 41.0

d 18.6

d 29.0

d 27.1

d 17.7

8 31.3

8 36.3

d 36.3

d 26.2

d 39.0

d 28.3

d 43i.0

d 39.1

d 44.9

8 46.8

d 39.0


$14,048
14,687
2,177
2,439
16,730
19,999
2,219
2,363
5,546
5,809
13,093
20,133
2,07
2,'59
9,797
12,018
1,981
1,870
2,401
3,121

51,742
16, 37
22,742
15,570O


:49
18,561


7,582I
7
,181



15,644
20,270
14,888
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