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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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System ID: AA00015604:00072
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Subject to revision
U.S. DEPPOS TORY


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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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 SEPTEMBER 1946 AND 1945 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER 1946 AND 1945
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Freight passenger iOpe ane tn- Region, road, and year A rageDepreci- railway etn nne portion
of road All atilon in- oper- ratio expenses expenses All atnoper- ratio expenses expenses
operated Per- P;r- Total mainte- eluded Total tng (per- of oper- of oper- of road Per- Per- Total malnte- eluded Total atng (per- of oper- of oper-
oft month se Amou entnt in Aount I nance ceding income cent) atlng atlnu operated Amount cent Amount cent nance n pre- income cent) atng atng
crease crease column revenues revenuereas crease column revenue revenue
(a) t.) (0) (d) (a) (f) ( h) I) ()) (.L1() (k) 1) (am In) (0) a) (q) r) () ) (u)V )( W)X ix(aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
199,262 $464,952 5.1 $89,810 d 31.4 $60,845 $198,71 26,925 *144,539 $60,892 .6 33.0 41.1 1946 Total--Roads listed herein................... 1946 199264 3780 846 d 19.0 $932,765 d 20.9 $5,111,681 $1,781,74o $239,385 $4306,979 323 078 84.3
199,724 442,399 130,987 620,265 320,:496 143,102 573,267 36,925 92.4 51.7 35.0 1945 1945 199,753 ::668:877 1,178,575 6:304:459 2:106,510 489,536 4490,791 695:384 71.2 33. 32.8
New England Region:
1,762 4,47 10.9 1,348 d 14.0 6,367 2,0o41 9 5,200 401 81.7 32.1 43.8 1946 Boston & Maine ........................... 1946 1 763 38,955 d 9.4 13,0O24 d 10.9 56,913 19,235 2433 48003 2, 127 84.3 3.8 .6
1,789 4:036 1568 6:145 2:316 7 5,o41 4o8 82.0 37.7 38.8 1945 1945 1 789 3:018 1 461o 63:295 22,134 3:946 48:574 5:9983 767 35.0 370
1,843 6,552 9.1 5,165 d 1.8 12,777 3,869 488 10555 802 82.6 30.3 43.6 1946 New York, New Haven & Hartford # ......... 1946 1,841 55,389 d 15.4 46,490 17.8 110,738 35,058 4,436 95,142 125 85.9 31.7 45.3
1.838 6,003 6,137 13,156 4,221 957 10,04 1,045 76.5 32.1 37.7 1945 1945 1,838 65,462 56,557 132,306 38,453 8452 93,893 13,623 71.0 29.1 358
846 3,763 14.2 259 19.3 4,125 1,392 174 3,198 667 77.5 33.8 39.1 1946 Delaware & Hudson ........................ 1946 846 29,695 d 9.0 1,570 d 13.6 32,136 12,169 1,571 27,552 2,623 85.7 37.9 42.4
846 3,296 217 3,610 1,396 284 2,858 409 79.2 38.7 36.0 1945 1945 846 32,643 1,817 35,468 13,823 2,979 28,135 3:744 79.3 39.0 36.1
973 4,175 3.3 833 3.2 5,585 1,754 334 4,692 256 84.0 31.4 46.9 1946 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ............ 1946 973 37,849 a 11.1 7,898 d 3.5 50,373 15,535 2,984 43,645 2,580 86.6 30.8 49.9
973 4,o043 807 5,381 1,879 438 4,559 280 84.7 34.9 44.4 1945 1945 973 42,591 8,182 56,065 17,065 3,827 43,918 3,724 78.3 30.4 43.1
2,242 9,922 23.4 1,6 47.8 11227 3,284 543 9,058 1,483 80.7 29.2 44.4 1946 Erie ..................................... 1946 2,242 79,303 d 14.3 7,232 d 24.2 92,527 28,900 4710 81,539 1,440 88.1 31.2 9.0
2:243 8:043 1,141 9,861 3,699 731 9,126 829 92.5 37.5 4.5 1945 1945 2243 92567 9537 109,198 32,225 6:450 83099 11,868 761 295 399
972 2,594 11.6 160 d 64.1 2,947 1,654 1 3,315 d 6 112.5 56.1 50.8 1946 Grand Trunk Western ......................1946 996 20,955 7.9 2,141 d 32.7 24,786 10,435 1,506 25036 d 2_545 101.0 421 528
1,026 2,325 446 2,938 1,091 111 2,389 81.3 37.1 39.4 1945 1945 1,026 22:77 3,180 27:744 9,803 1:54 2101 4 79.7 35.3 39.6
1254 d 40.3 8252202,7426 16 Le,0 5,824 IaO.1822 25.2 4,..654 50661 7.79.9 3.71.3 1442.6 1946 Leh h Va6 1,254 40,894 2.8 4,917 17.8 49,281 13,934 239 40,648 3 423 2
1,254 5,2074 60 6,180 2,082 566 4,82 7. 3 .3 1945 1945 1,259 51,602 ,- 984 61,343 19,752 5,106 48:107 3,797 78.4 32.2 141.
10,746 35,931 13.2 11,113 d 12.4 51,843 19,994 2,659 47,534 635 91.7 8.6 46.5 1946 New York Central / ...................... 1946 10,746 297,494 9.6 113,267 7. 4 454,170 160,745 23,353 403,952 12,801 88.9 3 4 46.6
10:749 31,745 12,683 -- 49,306 19,959 3,858 43,174 4,125 87.6 40.5 40.8 1945 1945 10:749 329,131 122,382 501,018 174,688 33,883 395,314 42,059 78.9 34.9 38.6
1,687 6,010 18.8 143 d 44.9 6,331 1,936 214 4,794 998 7 .7 30.6 8.6 1946 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ............ 1946 1,687 50,431 d 22.0 2,1 8 d 12.4 53,784 16,811 1,890 42,783 6,063 79 31. 41.4
1,687 5,058 260 5,466 2,120 601 4,709 1,038 86.1 38 1945945 1687 4639 2,o --557 26615057 46317 13364 67 3 32
1,950 4,018 43.6 207 d 19.4 4,536 1,441 265 3,768 326 83.1 31.8 43.8 1946 Pere Marquette ........................... 1946 1,949 4 31,861 d 11.8 1,949 d 27.36,107 12,796 2,284 31,817 825 88.1 35.4 44.8
1,949 2,798 257 3,292 1,504 372 3.159 236 96.0 45.7 42.6 1945 1945 1,949 36,143 2,672 40,926 15,020 3,340 32:368 4,979 79.1 36.7 36.8
229 2,758 25.0 89 d 5.1 2,958 1,259 239 2,520 399 85.2 42.6 36.4 1946 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ................... 1946 229 18,421 d 18.1 81 d 9.9 20,100 10,466 2,126 21,134 2,305 105. 521 44.8
229 2,207 93 2,386 1,335 374 2,446 328 102.5 55.9 40.1 1945 1945 229 22,502 966 24,337 11,591 3,193 21,553 3,579 88.6 47.6 35.3
2,393 5,615 10.1 576 d 26.1 6,615 2,245 272 5,594 507 84.6 33.9 43.4 1946 Wabash ................................... 1946 2,393 48,663 d 17.7 5,962 d 21.9 58,433 18,536 2,413 48,423 4,622 82.9 31.7 43.5
2,393 5,098 779 6,297 2,122 393 4,916 625 78.1 33.7 37.2 1945 1945 2,393 59,127 7,633 70,970 19,102 3,503 45,755 6:843 64.5 26.9 32.0
Central Eastern Region:
6,139 23,690 6.5 2,482 d 29.3 27,637 10,369 1,164 23,574 2,013 85.3 37.5 41.3 1946 Baltimore & Ohio ......................... 1946 6,139 183,103 20.9 28,609 a 22.1 224,289 87,668 10,077 204,090 2 153 91.O 39.1 44.4
6,131 22,248 3,511 27,327 10,628 1,635 22,450 2,683 82.2 38.9 37.1 1945 1945 6,132 231,599 36,741 -- 283,229 97,324 14,347 209,929 33,154 74.1 34.4 34.5
41 2,185 35.3 542 d 5.2 2,915 920 150 2,578 d 00 88.4 31.6 2 1946 Central of New Jersey ...................... 1 26,191 d 26.0 5,030 2d 7.3 3 50 171 129,977 1741 90.2 2.
65 3,377 572 4,209 1,354 335 3,336 0 79.3 32.2 1.9 1945 1?5 35,394 -- 5425 43:600 12,449 2:984 32.140 d12 73.7 2. .
230 1,313 21 1,350 394 59 889 574 65.9 29.2 33.1 1946 Central of Pennsylvania .................... 1946 51 2,362 39 2,427 79136 1,726 1,205 71.1 32.7 34.4
12 11 12 28 1945 1945 1499 104 235 -
910 1,628 20.5 338 d 33.0 2.137 851 93 1,996 d 109 93.4 39.8 44.8 1946 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ............... 1946 910 12,876 20.3 3,528 d 29 18,144 7,029 804 17,200 d 1411 94.8 38.7 46.
912 1,351 504 2,074 792 96 1,813 159 87.4 38.2 4o.9 1945 1945 912 16,152 5,035 23,249 7,035 817 16,944 72.9 30.3 35.8
391 1,987 18.0 2,470 595 74 1,752 180 70.9 24.1 43.2 1946 Elgin, Jollet & Eastern ..................1946 391 15,437 d 18,811 6,007 680 15,612 535 83.0 31.9 46.4
392 1,68 2,68 1,01 465 1,922 d 93.0 49.0 40.2 1945 1945 392 21,227 24,849 9,457 4,201 19,075 2,252 76.8 38.1 35.7
376 1,294 16.6 2,641 6.2 4,178 1,030 191 3,131 268 74.9 24.7 47.9 1946 Long Island .............................. 1946 376 10,035 d 4.6 23071 2.2 34,858 8,861 1,700 27,215 1,020 78.1 25.4 49.9
376 1,110 2,488 3,783 16 ,04 191 2,825 255 74.7 28.1 43.9 1945 1945 376 10,515 -- 22576 34:897 9:307 1,721 25:266 3:326 72:4 26,7 43.5
10,121 5146 14.4 16,590 d 23.0 7318 24762 ,33 62,676 6,326 5.4 3.7 46.1 1946 Pennsylvania ................................ 1946 10,121 96,90 d 17 161,19 604,02 29 5 30,978 556,150 9,788 92.0 36.2 49,2
10,112 5:o66 21.555 72114 24,845 ,376 58,477 6,007 81.1 3.5 41.2 1945 19945 10,112 0127 189,75 726,159 226:15 38:317 561,78 90:668 77. 31 413
1:3362 ,738 12.3 632 d 28.1 ,77 2,936 443 6,912 839 78.8 4341. 1946 Reading ..................................1946 162 63,249 d 12,4 7593 d 7.5 4,377 27,183 3,963 62,472 4,04 84.0 36. 43.2
166 6,890 879 8,179 3,4 793 6,828 1,097 83.5 2 37. 1945 Pocahontasegion: 1945 1,.67 72,204 ,210 8433 29,959 6981 62282 84 739 355 350
3,102 17,230 25.7 922 d 55.5 18923 5,463 960 12,534 4,146 66.2 28.9 32. 1946 Chesapeake & Ohio ........................1946 ,092 126,966 d 70 11,228 d 27.7 143,694 41,8,580 ,102,682 24,489 3. .
3,079 13,705 2,070 162,55 6,6oo 2,014 12,361 2,422 75.1 4O.I 29:. 1945 1945 31,077 136,69 15,532 157,782 56,968 1707 1099409 23,730 38.
2,161 11,193 16.5 743 d 33.6 12,2296 3.836 709 812 2,350 6.5 53.4 28.9 1946 Norfolk & Western ........................ 1946 2,161 85,2o6 d 14.7 7 d 15.2 96,726 32,870 6,330 68,269 17 258 70.6 34.0 310
2,161 9o,608 ,119 11,038 3 .957 1,54 ,51 1,886 6. 35.8 25.5 1945 1945 2,159 99,929 20 113.572 36335 11,309 68000 819 32.0 23.9
Southern Region:
5,571 6,162 12.4 032 d 37.8 8,825 3,657 316 8,244 757 93.4 41.4 44.3 1946 Atlantic Coast Line ......................1946 5,56 65,650 12. 21,474 d 31.4 93336 39,585 2,824 86,122 d 249 92.3 42.4 42.9
5,574 5,482 268 9,517 4,786 919 9,095 127 95.6 50.3 38.1 1945 1945 5,574 75,006 31,321 113,452 40:414 8,:097 83,916 953. 74.o6 35.6 33.0
1816 1,885 .7 346 d 51.2 2,430 837 125 2,389 151 98.3 34. 3.4 1946 Central of Georgia # ..................... 1946 1,816 17,786 d 11.1 7 d 42.5 23,659 8,094 1,059 22,146 448 93.6 4.2 9
1:816 1,872 709 2,825 1,122 310 2,566 108 90.8 39.7 3.2 1945 1945 1,816 20,013 -- 6,431 29,313 9,765 2,497 23,093 3,791 78.8 33.3 38.8
1,945 2,598 d 3.1 133 d 57.8 2,833 1,081 125 2301 146 81.2 38.2 34.5 1946 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ...................... 1946 1,945 23,564 d 10.7 1,428 d 25,876 9,990 1,007 21, 59 1,023 83.3 38,6 36.0
1,945 2,681 315 3:091 1,278 171 2:,468 237 79.8 41.3 31.: 1945 1945 1,944 26,392 -- 2,134 29:460 9798 1:528 19,889 3,077 67:5 33.3 27.6
6,:2 14,070 6.4 2,29 d 27.5 17,506 6,166 922 13809 1,544 78.9 35.2 36.9 1946 Illinois Central .........................1946 6,597 119,123 d 19.7 23,870 d 19.1 153.376 54,277 8,282 124,646 11,602 81.3 3.4 38.
6 5 13,229 3,117,80 1,151 13,654 1,448 78.1 38.0 33.9 1945 1945 6,606 148,353 -- 29,497 189,613 61,178 10,724 126,817 21,857 66.9 32.3 29.6
4,75 11,783 10.9 1,756 d 25.6 14,326 4,820 61 11,624 1,571 81.1 33.6 42.o 1946 Louisville & Nashvillle ................... 1946 4,759 98,565 d 15.5 19,177 d 32.1 125,426 44,46 5412 104 11022 83.
4,75' 10,621 2,361 13,862 5,518 1,05 11,517 1,396 83.1 39.8 37.7 194545 45 4,755 116,595 28,255 153898 46:41 9:436 102454 18,331 66. 30.2 31.9
4150 ,'.928 13.5 1386 d 57.2 7,992 2,967 33 7 35 7.7 37.1 41.7 1946 Seaboard Air Line ........................ 1946 4150 61507 d 3.6 16,759 d 43.1 83,897I 28,699 2,978 69,030 44o 82.3 .2
,236 9,374 3,3n 11 71 780 5 75.5 35.3 33.0 1945 1945 4170 6333 2944 001 31107 5918 68:552 1414 65
6,484 14,128 23.8 2,722 d 141.1 17,945 5,607 582 13,896 1,875 774,4 31.2 40.6 1946 Southern ................................. 1946 6,484 120,582 d 11.6 27,636 d 37.2 158,633 54,701 5,238 128,525 12,857 81.0 34.5 140.7
6,505 11,409 4,623 17,223 5,847 1,112 12,780 1,453 74.2 33.9 34.7 1945 1945 6,505 136,400 43,988 192,098 56,366 9:607 121,150 21,797 63.1 29.3 29.3


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
a/ Includes Boston & Albany, Lessor to New York Central.
- Decrease or deficit.


Statement No. M-150
SEPTEMBER 1946










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




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


FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER 1946 AND 1945


FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER 1946 AND 1945


Operating revenues
Freight Passenger


per- Per- Tot
cent cent Tot al
Amount n-t Amount In- Total
crease crease

(b) (c) (d) (e) (f)


I . . . I I I I I I I


operating expenses


Deprecla-
All tlon in-
mainte- eluded Total
nance in pre-
ceding
column

(g) (h) (l)


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


WI,


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(1


(Money items in thousands of dollars) *


$10,223
10,085
1,789
1,789
13,660
13,599
1,983
1,998
4,478
4,551
13,912
14 566
2,590
2,825
9,614
10,886
1,722
1,:472

1,538
1,429
24 872
24,585
12,650
13,990
9,433
10,464
4,000
4:584
24,821
24,631
25,072
28,936

3,875
4,197
11,729
13,329
3,475
3,541
6,084
5,992
241
231
3,516
3,448
6,430
5,860


d .

d 1.6

d 11.5

d 8.3

d 11.7

17.o

7.6

1.2

d 9.6

d 9.9

d 12.7

.8

d 13.4

4 7.7

d 12.0

d 1.9

1.5

4.1

2.0

9.7


L _______0


2, 635
3,016
104
190
2,096
3,119
367
355



1,135
1,589
182
144

938
1,622
94
97
50o
691
5,511
9,773
2,105
2,916
2,210
3,439
407
902

4,795
9,543
4,931
8,527
549
1,185

1,929
2,919
600
1,368
977
1,755
21
44
147
309
1,116
2,078


d 12.6

d 45.1

d 32.8

3.5

14.1

d 28.6

26.6

d 42.2

d 2.9

d 26.5

d 43.6

d 27.8

d 35.7

& 54.9

d 49.8

d 42.2p

d 53.7




d 56.1

d 44.3

a 52.1

d 52.3

d 46.3


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


$14 ,52
14:473
2,085
2,190
17 ,56
18, 56
2 548
2,556

5,193
5,309
16,385
17:542
2,947
3,144
11,603
13,500
1,984
1,743
2,347
2,418
33,701
36,852
16,341
18,564
12,655
14,992
4,641
5,726
32,586
37,431
32,723
40,631

4,853
5,883
14,942
17,597
4,5o04
5.381
7,66?
8,446
277
290
3,801
3,904
8,04o
8,600


84,420
4,812
657
722
5,444
10,368
591
692
721
958
4 889
10,673

1,476

3,293

549
999
916
1,057
11,201
75,343
5,248s
6,857
4,226
4,783
1,599
14,157
10,447
18,593
9,964
20,757
1,652
2,352
4,713
5,239
1, 90
1,471
2,524
2,976
77
77
1,034
2,319
2,665
3,075


$848
1,157
90
105
944
4,790
112
131
103
348
639
6,724

99
791
541
1,294
68
590

145
1,695
63,478
833
1,270
620
827
2(l
12,64

978
8,633
1,156
9,995
188
651
654
980
185
231
376
500
4
4
123
1,180
250
831


$11,351
10,420
1,784
1,737
13,990
17,812
1,855
1,725
1,857
1,961
11,636
16,273
2,287
2,611
8,260
9,296
1,501
1,795
2,089
2,194
25,537
87,851
11,891
12,732
10,174
10,433

3,760
16,249
28,349
34,619
25,472
35,378
4,070
4,479
11,368
11,613
3,444
3,385
6,332
6,618
247
201
2,503
3,685
6,572
6,428


$1,985
2,032
127
108
1,841
1,977
463
4130
1,888
1,835
3,651
3,656
380
63
2,416
3,8143
478
d 223
d 110

4,519
dl,.123
2,321
1,672
1,108
1,192
508
dlO. 854
1,718
1,577
2,616
1,509
244
472
2,144
2,337
577
1,069
837
1,002



694
1,327
1,438
1:754


79.1
72.0
85.6
79.3
79.7
96.5
72.8
67.5
35.s8
36.9
71.0
92.8
77.6
83.0
71.2
68.9
75.7
103.0
89.0
90.8
75.8
238.4
72.8
68.6
80.4
69.6
81.0
283.8
87.0
92.5
77.8
87.1
93.9
76.1
76.1
66.0
76.5
62.9
82.6
78.4
89.1
69.4



74.7
74.7


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues


42.0
33.6
46.8
39.7
41.9
35.o0
44.1
35.8
20.9
18.0
36.1
28.0
40.3
32.6
36.2
28.0
42.2
39.9
40.9
39.0
35.8
30.4
34.9
27.2
38.9
31.N
39.3
31.3
46.1
35.2
39.5
29.4
40.9
30.0
38.3
31.3
36.1
P8.4
42.5
36.9
52.7
36.5
31.8
28.6
40.1
32.6


Region, road, and year




(n)


Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western ........................ 1946
1945
Chicago Great Western .......................... 1946
1945
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ......... 1946
1945
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ......... 1946
1945
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................... 1946
1945
Great Northern ................................. 1946
1945
Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ...... 1946
1945
Northern Pacific ............................... 1946
1945
Wisconsin Central # ....................... 1946
1945
Central Western Region:
Alton # ........................................ 1946
1945
Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ................. 1946
1945
Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy ................... 1946
1945
Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific # ............... 1946
1945
Denver & Rio Grande Western # .................. 1946
1945
Southern Pacific Company ....................... 1946
1945
Union Pacific .................................. 1946
1945
Southwestern Region:
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .................... 1946
1945
Missouri Paoific # ............................. 1946
1945
Texas & Pacific ................................ 1946
1945
St. Louis-San Francisco # ...................... 1946
1945
St. Louls-San Franoisco & Texas ................ 1946
1945
St. Louis Southwestern Lines # ................. 1946
1945
Texas & New Orleans ............................ 1946
1945


Average
miles
of road
operated



(o)


a,065
8,068
1,500
1,500
10,733
10,726
1,616
1,617
546
546
8,332
8,371
3,224
3,224
6,883
6,870
1,051
1,130
959
959
13,085
13,115
8,865
8,977
7,652
7,750
2,386
2,386
8,244
8,247
9,775
9,780
3,253
3,253
7,080
7,082
1,873
1,879
4 645

160
160
1,575
1,607
4,322
4,328


Operating revenues
Freight Passenger

Per- Per.
cent cent Total
Amount in- Amount in-
crease crease

(c) (a) (r) (a) (t)


d 8.6

d 12.8

d 17.1

d 2.6

d 23.0

d 25.41

d 1.2

d. 19.5

4.8

d 30.0

* 29.3

d 25.3

d 230.2

d 39.3

d 19.9

S 34.1

d 33.

d 24.7

d 28.1

d 18.6

d 4.1

d 36.0

d 15.2


$26,372
27,878

1,605
1,99a
22,452
25,900
2,671
3:426
38
50
12,741
14,567
1,363
1,385
11,379
14,399
893
860

5,883
0,315
61,014
79,535
22,532
27,594
23,420
31,444
6,399
7,373
56,010
79,862
51,678
69,:644
6,056
9,598
16,528
25,341
8,169
13,561
10,132
15,986
198
367
1,430
2,585
12,933
18,564


$79,103
86,545
16,099
18,455
108,500
130,865
15,193
15,599
21,533
27,974
96,547
129,428
16,944
17,145
70,752
87,887
14,424
13,757
12,906
18,427
219,290
310,020
109,262
146,364
86,199
108,010
29,389
48,388
206,719
258,113
189,931
288,421
35,446
53,091
100,498
133,418
29,631
41:184

51,896
63,762
2,382
2,483
1,250
48.827

57,950
68,334


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Operating expenses


Depreci-
ation In-
All eluded
mainte- in pre- Total
nance ceding
column /

(u) (v) (x)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
d 5.4 8118,414 $42,050 $7,497 $102,360
127,931 42,684 9,988 93,098
d 19.5 19,582 6,597 803 17,440
22,199 6,541 916 16,120
d 13.3 146,277 53,560 8,389 129,834
173,940 66,314 14,318 133,083
d 22.0 19,850 6,505 969 17 929
20,850 5,976 1,:1 15,346
d 24.4 25,090 6,976 913 13,795
-- 32,406 8,497 3,130 15,44o
d 12.5 119,705 44,665 5,722 96,405
155,434 59,023 17,316 107,875
d 1.6 19,780 7,948 905 18,523
19,980 7,613 1,726 16,258
d 21.0 91,010 34,724 4,754 78,006
-- 111,567 42,576 11,192 83,685

3.8 16,815 4,820 596 13,500
15,975 4,929 1,398 12,141
d. 6.8 21,555 8,818 904 20,495
27,852 8,302 1,031 19,594
4 23.3 305,421 105,374 15,o086 231,318
415,965 191,062 89,088 314,971
d 18.3 146,219 43,905 7,135 103,365
189,520 56,546 11,92 110,434
d 25.5 119,131 36,604 5,333 91,874
150,232 42,988 7,307 94,402
d 13.2 37,789 14,038 1,878 32,341
58,087 28,999 16,350 48,162
d 29.9 288,470 103,226 8,650 256,36?
370,097 123,853 26,099 268,050
S 25.8 65,831 86,870 9,921 212,309
388,o05 126,069 26,370 255,696
S36.9 45,554 14,508 1,665 36,651
67,620 22,765 2,134 44,729
d 34.8 128,029 42,487 5.920 102,018
171,269 46,153 8,700 102,765
d 39.8 41,822 12,67 1,658 31,353
59,609 15,659 1,80oo 0 34,028
d 3.7 67947 26,496 382 61,289
86,464 27,010o 4,490 59,798
d 5.9 2,686 751 35 2,190
2,946 637 38 1,842
d 44.7 33,917 10,976 1,081 24,488
52,924 12,502 2,721 26,704
d 30.3 76,158 26,428 2,236 61,332
92,632 25,368 3,602 56,668


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


Net
railway
oper-
ating
Income


(x)


$5,703
17,151
d 221

6,629
21,503



6,20411
9,253
12,741
25,080
d 354
1,7M
7,922
18,600

1,855
1:646
d 2o040

34 416
28,622
20,497
24,140
12,158
3),677
2, 491
d 2,165
17,722
26,780
19,419
29,786
3,265
5,524
12,950
23,764



2,514
12,601

286
4,847
8,433
10,377
11,094


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


(Y)


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

( )


33.7
29-5
36.6
38.1
32.8
28.7
27.8
26.2
37.3
38.0
40.2
38.1
38.2
38.2
28.7
30.9
40.9
29.8
34.5
45.9
30.0
29.8

30.7
28.6

37.1
49.9
35.8
33.5
32.7
32.5
31.8
33.7
33.2
26.9
30.5
26.3
39.o0
31.2
28.0
21.6
32.4
23.6
34.7
27.4


trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(as)


44.2
34.2
48.4
37.5
44.9
33.2
51.0
39.6
25.2
20.1
37.2
27.4
47.4
38.4
39.4
31.o
45.4
39.1
43.5
34.

36.1
27.0

34.7
24.4
38.4
28.5
40.5
08.3
43.6
32.1
38.5
27.6
39.5
27.3
39.8
28.5



43.6
32.5
46.3
35.o0
32.7
22.7
38.4
28.5


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Miles
of road
operated
at close
of month


(e)


8,065
8,065
1,500
1,500
10,733
10,730
1 616
1,617

547
546
8,332
8,371
3,224
3,224
6,920
6,873
1,051
1,130
959
959
13,084
13,113
8,868
8,964
7,651
7,753
2,386
2,386
8,228
8,247

9,775
9,778
3,253
3,253
7,0oo80
7,082
1,873
1,873
4, 645
4,645
160
160
1,575
1,607
4,322
4,322


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