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Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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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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Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
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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.
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"Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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UNIV. O FL .






L U.S. DEPOSTORY


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


Statement No. M-150
FEBRUARY 1947


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


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1947 AND 1946 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1947 AND 1946
.Operating revenues -Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Percent Percent Freight assener Percent Percent
Miles Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans- FreightDeeenger Net Oper- mante- tran-
of roaDepreci- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year Average atlonin railway eating nance portatlon
of adll ation in- oper- ratio expenses expenses I atio.Per-tPer'-TralaainatTotalanleudrtat
opeAllmiles Per- Per- luded oper- ratio expenses expenses
os Per Total ainte- olude Ttal atng (pe of oper- of oper- ent Total mante- Total acting (per- of oper- of opr-
of month Amount in Amount in nnce ino nt) atng atngoad Amount i n-Amount 1 nancee income cent) ng atng
oreaseol revenues revenues crease column revenues revenues
1.) (b) () da) (e)I) Mf C i) (h) (i) (.I (n (k) 1)1) 1 (m) (n (p) (0) (a) () t) (u) (y) (wl) (x) () z)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
199 161 $465,188 23.2 t66,495 3. 57478s6 63,9 36,423 0.7 321 42.0 1947 Tota-Roa llte herein.................. 17 199,161 57 959 0 23 14194,2 77,5Total--oad4 54,999 55,22 listed herein 6..........., 9 79.9 31.6 48
199,286 377,437 107,509 525:076 171,525 2 64 16,769 3,71 79.4 32.7 o.1 1946 1946 199,28 74,763 236,96 ,27 35714 52339 871,23 102,465 78.6 32.4 39.
New England Region:
1 76 4 6 14.9 1:16 7 17 6,387 2,ON 280 11 8 0.2 32.7 42. 0 194 Boston & Maine ........................... 194 1,762 9,612 14.1 2,45 d 14.8 13,1 4,377 56 10 692 82.0 33.2 43.1
I;764 ; 1,472 6,015 1,90 266 :77 79.4 1.7 41.9 1946 196 1,764 a,427 2,4 -12,349 3,913 532 9,765 917 79.1 31.7 41.8
1,838 6, 5 13.1 3,997 d 21.6 11,515 3,639 45 10038 87.2 316 46.0 19 New York, New Haven & Hartford # ......... 191838 13,2 16.2 8, 19.4 4,201 20,688 d 2 .5
1,838 5,669 5,097 11,703 3,212 499 8:827 0 75.6 27.4 1 10.0 191941946 1,535 11,R72 10,523 23,995 74 18,4S1 tT 77 028.27 0
3,616 13.3 12 3,63 1,331 162 3,122 312 0. 34.4 4 1947 elaware Hudson .......................... 19 ,474 14. 353 9.3 8o 24 330 6 1 688 .6
6 3,191 136 3, 1:201 175 2,73 361 80.5 35.3 1946 1946 46 6,558 323 7,o 2:47. 350 5619 783 79.7 35.1 39.7
973 4 1 22.6 5,74 60:3 19e4 ... ........ 73 9,475 3 1,05 3,396 1,0 2 79..
973 4 226 11.9 5742 1641 4 4,726 40 28.6 4 Del ..aware, Lacka.. anna .& Western ........... 194 973 94 21.5 1 4 10. 12,0 5 81 28.
73 3: :022 1:398 336 4:037 49 o4 27.8 46. 1946 19 973 7,01 1,i:69 10,565 2,892 64 2 79927. 6.8
2 29 9,906 34.3 46 3.5 11,053 3,152 552 9,094 634 2.3 2.5 46.6 1 Erie ................... ...................... 19 2,229 / 20,432 27.9 1,055 39.22,94 6,482 1,103 1,562 1,470 1.0 2.3
2,229 7:378 739 5,817 2,825 511 8;,227 d 670 93.3 32.0 52.4 1946 194 2,242 15,973 1,752 19,O60 5,722 1,013 17,133 d 597 89.9 30.0
972 2,8 0 47.2 190 11.9 3,209 1,029 167 2,717 10 584.7 31.9 47.5 1947 Grand Trunk Western ...................... 1917 972 5,908 50.3 336 23. 6,62 2,05 336R 5928 6 53.1 30.9 47.0
1,026 1,929 134 2,226 976 164 2,303 d 266 103.5 43.9 53.3 1946 1946 1,026 3,930 441 -k : F, 1,965 327 4,656 d 11o6 99.6 41.5 51.5
1 254 477 22.0 353 d 34.0 1,55 264 4,7401 82. 2.7 7. 1947 Lehigh Valley ............................ 1947 1,254 10,109 20.9 764 39.0 11,676 3,275 530 9500 1,124 81.4
1254 3:64 64 1039 270 329 81 74. 21.4 464 1946 1946 1,254 5,365 1,252 10:,82 2,:05 539 7,60 1,325 75.0 22.9 45.7
10 746 3752 28.6 ,923 23. 51,772 17,649 2,714 45,593 88.1 34.1 47.6 1947 New York Central a/ ...................... 1947 10,746 77,035 24.0 19,702 21.3 10767 35,379 5,420 92987 1273 6.3 32. 47.1
10:746 29:17 11:711 45:026 15,193 2,53 3,929 6.5 33.7 45. 1946 1946 10,746 62,119 25,031 96,138 33,808 5,159 83,430 1,543 86.5 35.2 5.o
1657 6 851 41.2 96 a 60.9 7,111 1,972 217 5,187 776 73.0 27.7 3:.9 194 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ............ 1687 4,021 38.4 243 a 57. 46 4,065 1043 1,728 71.5 27.8 57.
1,687 4,550 246 5,215 1,600 211 11132 430 79.2 30.7 41.9 1946 1946 1,657 10,133 575 10,97 3,323 424 1,005 77.2 30.3
S 4,48 43.4 184 1.6 4,98 1,42 270 4,002 282 81.7 .5 3. 1941 Pere Marquette ............................. 19. 1,9 9,036 39.9 116 a 4.5 3 3,133 5o 8,043 93 581.1 31.6 12.6
I:929 3,129 181 3:452 1,225 250 3;o08 183 87.2 35:56 19 ,9 6,49 425 05 2,529 500 6,147 99 85.3 35.1 43.3
223 2,473 60.3 88 a .1 2,76 1,156 23823 2,386 43 92.6 44.9 1.4 19 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ..................... 194 223 ,147 51.3 178 6. : 2,425 477 4,91 850 8.8 7 9.1
229 1,'1 89 1;,23 10:67 230 1:996 1 123.0 64.5 48.3 19 1946 229 13,991 1907 2 2,22 449 4,262 193 115 59.
2,393 6,423' 25.1 418 d 37.4 305 1,582 272 5064 1,01 669.3 24.4 39.7 19417 Wabash .................................. 1947 2,3 93 12975 28.6 5888 38.9 14,832 3,720 544 10,446 1,922 70.4 21
2,393 5,135 669 6,242 1,455 265 9 54 746 72.2 26.5 39.3 1946 19 2,93 10,08 1,453 12,42 3,346 536 9,205 1,360 74.1
,9 53 7 7. 26 Central Eastern Region:
6193 22,905 26.6 1,76 d 0.1 25,44 5969 ,160 21,9J3 1,986 338 44. 194 Baltiore & Ohio .........................19 6 193 46,99 24.6 3,557 d 4.6 3,99 17,765 2 316 44,904 4,7 3.2 .5
6, 1 7521 2E,13 5,65 1 ,092 19,6342.6 1946 19146 6,139 37,642 7,715 4,139 15,411 2,184 4,052 2,040 57.4 35.2 z.5
49 1999 4286 718 2d 216 2,6J 8 98 15 2 603 d 6oo 9.7 34 57. 194 Centra.................. o e9 w 6 J7 d lO 29.08 3533 1754 256 d1 10 : 3.4 56
2,757 533 3,5 3 1,226 213 3,411n 95.7 34.4 54.7 1948 945,570 1,0957533 2,547 426 7,066 0 93.
213 1,24o0 20 1,284 395 60 914 5o4 71.2 30.8 36.3 1947 Central of Pennsylvania ................. 1947 213 2,658 39 2,741 796 119 1,870 1,123 6.1 29.0 34.9

910 1,629 26.1 282 d 24.9 1 2,130 664 88 1,513 35 8.0 31.2 47.5 1947 Chioago & Eastern Illinola ............... 1970 910 3,359 23.7 636 d 25.7 4,414 1,471 177 3,90 43 87.9 33.1 46.3
910 1,292 375 1:93506 774 91 1761 12 94.9 41.7 43.9 1946 1 1946 910 2,716 856 3,981 1,555 161 3,607 j,,,94 90.6 39.1 42.6
391 2 2437 116.5 2,881 570 74 1,877 321 65.2 19.8 41.9 1947 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................. 1947 391 5,098 83.2 6,o46 1,125 147 3,842 796 63.5 1.6 41.5
392 1:126 1,229 567 77 1:271 d 285 103.3 46.2 50.5 1946 1946 392 2,753 3,076 1,170 154 2,562 d 31g 93.0 35.0 49.0
376 1,143 13.9 1,89 d 3.2 3,2 1,184 191 3, 229 9.6 36. 60.5 194 Long Island ............ 194 376 2,16 44 ,91 3. 611 2,27 6,483 9.6 34.
376 1,003 1:95 3:1 906 18 2816 0 89.6 28.6 57.8 1941 ..............376 2,o46 ,5 6,499 ,857 538N 5,778 5 1 d88.9 2:. 5.
10,116 47 643 29.9 11,982 d 33.6 64,777 22,599 3,312 61,130 3373 94.4 34.9 53.4 1947 Pennsylvania .......................... 1947 10,116 99,31o0 26.4 26,51 32.3 136,75 46,550 6,763 125,000 d 2,74 91.4 34.0 15
10,121 36,677 18,052 59,387 21,227 3,257 56,952 95.9 35.7 52.9 1946 1946 10,121 75,541 39,174 127,859 44,355 6,5 119,124 1:3T 93.2 34.7 51.7
1 358 7 671 20.4 5 4 a45.6 5,723 3,047 451 6,926 809 79.4 34. 40o.4 1947 Reading ................................. .1941 1,385 16,110 20.9 1,177 a 47.2 1,320 6,131 900 14,2o6 1, 872 77.5 33.5 .2
1'3 Z372 1,04-6 7: 1 2 ,780 438 6,167 691 79.0 35.? 39.4 194 1,362 13,321 2,227 16,342 5,632 875 12,903 1 34.5 4.6
Pocahontas Region!
3, 106 174,204 20.7 593 55.7 1,8 422 95887 988 13,042 3,247 70.8 32.0 33.3 1947 Chesapeake & Ohio ........................ 19417 3,106 36,508 2.4 1,262 9.,9 39,005 11,959 1,971 26,527 7,438 6.0 30.7 31.9
3,o04 14,245 1,33I 16,o66 4,909 909 10,300 3,644 64.1 30.6 25.7 1946 ^ 1941 3:08N 25,427 3,145 32,592 9,957 1,799 21,104 7,26- 64.5 30.6 29.3
S10 11:5,2 20.3 41 d 50 1.0 2,329 4,164 713 8,542 2,78 6. 3 33. 30.5 194 Norfolk & Western ........................ 1. 4 2,1o0 24,447 21.4 l,34 51.6 2695 8 9 1,4224 117.393 5 392 66.1
Southern Reglon: 5
,216 .7 2,36 d 2 1 07l l 066 9 795 3J.8 31." 194 Atlantic Coast Line..................... 15,53 17,135 66.o5 239 56 7 7,1 349
7,379 75 3. 3,002 11 06 6 7 3 1946 .194 6 5 14 77551. "7 2,7 06305922325 94 ,67 1,917 79.6 3:- 3
1,916 2,0 1 923 130 47 d 1392 96 36.3 6.0 1974 Central ofGeorgia #.....j.................. 194 1,816 4,114 2.5 547 50.25 36 1,873 260 ,974 d 324 96 3. .
10816 1,91 519 2:665 929 117 2:415 o 0.6 34.9 6. 1946 1946 ,516 3,790 1,103 51,5 1:39 233 4,75 3 74 33.8 7
...............6.5. 1946 194 1,94650 220d7 9 4,652 687 25 1,3 33.,54 629 73.3
1,95 3,090 19. 81 3,a281 1,12 155 2,361 352 72.0 34.3 30.1 1947 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio........................194 1,945 6,090 19.1 17 6,47 2,2 303 4754 629 77.3 34. 31.0
1,945 2,590 150 29,831 1,o lo9 2,:178 21 76.9 37.0 32.0 1946 194 1,945 5,112 3 5677 2:0 21 4:324475. 36. 32.4
6 82 14,43 15.7 1,929 d 33. 8512 6,107 944 1 ,057 1,942 75.9 33.0 36. 194 ......................... 19; 6, 3084 21. ,802 d 0.2 3306 12,53 1,2 28, 3 6 5 .
6:5 12,5830 2,919 16:52 5,:049 921 11:,23 2:,51 70.2 30.0 34.1 9 1 194 6l:4 253,092 5:,802 33:40 10:95 1,:8 24U8l 3993 72.9 31.5 35.
4,768 12,815 16.3 1,191 d 47.2 14,67 9020 644 11,997 1,384 0.6 33.8 41.3 1947 Louisville & Nashville.................... 1941 476s 26,17a9 1.6 2,538 d 49.4 30,592 10,279 1,255 24,625 2,937 50.5 33.6 41.5
4:758 11,014 2,236 14,o69 4:00 9 5S2 9,799 2,116 69.6 25.5 35.9 1946 1940 4759 22,07 4,652 25,529 9:536 1,163 20,500 4,547 71.9 29.9 36.7
156 7,795 15.1 1,717 d 2. 10,264 3,251 3o47 5531.7 359 1947 SaboardAir Lin..........................19 156 1631,519.6 d 2959 21,367 6,61 02 16,9 2,001 77. 3 35.
4:150 6,773 2,300 9,730 2:808 334 6:7417 1,6 9.3 28.9 33.5 1946 1941 ,1, -13,549 19939 19,965 5,75 366513,4-11 3,:62 69.03
644 15,107 20.7 1,735 d 52.8 17,917 5,742 620 13,646 l,879 76.o 32.0 38.4 1947 Southern.................................. l947 6r401 0,95 22.0 3,509 2 37,026 12,13 1,2410 28,53 3,650 77.0 32.5 35.6
6:4a4 12,520 3,677 17,367 5,314 565 12,294 2,492 70.8 30.6 34.9 1946 1941 64g4- R5,319 7,651 35,46o 10,951 1,205 25,2'5 5,15 71.2 30.9 35.0


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


Report of trustee or trustees.
/ Include Boston & Albany, Lessor to New York Central.
SDecrease or deficit.


Subject to revision


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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May12'47


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1947 AND 1946 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1947 AND 1946

Operating revenues Operating expenses Percent Percent Operating revenues Operating expenses
Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans- Freight Passenger
ofMrla 1 ______ll Depre.lT railway eating ence portatilon Region, road, and year A ageDepr -
of road tion in- oper- ratto expenses expenses Region, road, and year Averageexpe neDepreln- Percent Percent
oteCO:!Frd Per- Al eluded eating (per- of oper- of oper- l er- patron All In- Ney atopng ance portaton
at center Total ainte- in pr- otal income ent) ting ting of road P Per- All ludedaatIng
ot onth nt Pge onontl ain re- ncooee on a totemd Acent ,ent Total mainte- iln pre- Total oper- ratio expenses expenses

revenues revenues
(a) (b) (o) (d) (a) (f) (g) (h) (1) (0) IW) (1) (m) (n) (o) () () (r) (a)W (t) (U) (v) (w)(x) (y) (z) (a))
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars) *
Northwestern Region:
81,698 d 36.9 112,o87 *4,728 *86 $11,499 d 812 95.1 39.1 48.9 1947 Chicago & North Western ......................... 1947 8,064 t18,757 17.6 $ ,634 a 325,385 9,369 1,757 t23,321 6 91.9 36.9 8.0

1,500 1,966 10.9 67 d 70.6 2,211 492 89 1,715 147 77.6 22.2 49.2 1947 Chicago Great Western ..........................1947 1,500 4,113 13.1 153 d 67.2 4,677 1,111 179 3,656 317 78.2 23.8 8.
1,500 1,772 229 2,213 762 89 1,882 d 4 85.0 34.4 45.2 1946 1946 1,500 3,637 466 4,552 1,543 178 3896 d85.6 33.9 45.7
10,733 13,369 21.5 1,434 d 40.7 16,273 4,776 959 12,996 1,129 79.9 29.3 44.1 1947 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ......... 1947 10,733 27,542 15.5 3,116 d 47.8 33,881 9,733 1,905 26,982 2,606 79.6 28.7 44.3
10,733 11,006 2,419 14,937 4,831 930 12,506 1,201 83.7 32-3 44.9 1946 1946 10,733 23,842 5,967 33,101 9,897 1,852 25,772 3,405 77.9 29.9 41.9
1,616 1,858 18.5 191 d 18.2 2,246 721 111 1,986 d 88.4 32.1 49.9 1947 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ......... 1947 1,616 3,887 18.3 421 d 23.9 4,749 1,467 222 4,151 d 45 87.4 30.9 50.3
1,616 1,568 233 1,991 674 106 1,861 *- 93.5 33.9 53.3 1946 1946 1,616 3,286 554 4,242 1,361 211 3,812 A202 89.9 32.1 51.7
547 218 36.2 2 d 47.9 252 704 102 1,087 901 432.2 279.7 10.5 1947 Duluth, esae & Iron Range ................... 194 54 352 6.3 5 d 52.8 420 1,470 204 2,198 d 1 1 523.2 350 147.4
160 4 185 571 101 900 487.2 309.2 149.8 1946 1946 54 259 10 319 1,220 202 1,875 5888 383.0 174.8
8,332 10,240 18.0 689 d 1.5 11,813 4,764 691 10,349 295 87.6 40.3 40.5 1947 Great Northern ................................. 1944 8,332 21,357 18.7 1,444 d 58.4 24,634 9,708 1,377 21,469 606 87.2 39.4 41.1
8,332 8,679 1,420 11,020 4,320 630 9,283 545 84.2 39.2 39.1 19419946 8,332 17,992 3,473 23,437 8,918 1,257 19,329 1,585 82.5 38.1 38.6
3,224 1,675 27.5 90 d 34.7 1,886 810 100 1,932 254 102.4 43.0 52.5 1947 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ...... 1941 3,224 3,586 22.5 192 d 34.9 4,050 1,636 200 3,990 d 08 98.5 404 51.5
3,224 1,314 138 1,586 781 101 1,802 113.7 49.3 57.4 1946 1946 3,224 2,927 294 3,509 1,497 203 3,575 101.9 42.7 527
6,921 8,977 36.4 12 d 63.7 10,270 3,995 581 8,537 1,139 83.1 38.9 37.0 1947 Northern Pacific .............................. 194 6,921 18,714 30.2 1,1 1 d 65.4 21,588 7,992 1,153 1;,708 2,387 82.0 37.0 37.7
6,872 6,582 1,412 8,874 3,451 530 7,743 684 87.3 38.9 40.3 1946 1946 6,872 14,370 3, 19,718 7,139 1,033 16,222 2,224 82.3 36.2 38.5
1,051 1,757 17.8 31 d 69.9 1,859 528 68 1,539 69 82.8 28.4 48.4 1947 wisconsin Central f ........................... 1947 1,051 3,496 16.7 72 64.3 781 1,064 136 3,073 231 81.3 28.1 47.0
1,051 192 105 1,746 1 66 1,372 101 78.5 27.5 45.3 1946 1946 1,051 2,996 203 3,504 948 131 2,812 267 80.3 27.1 47.3
Central Western Region:
959 1,67 21.9 353 d 47.6 2,302 721 104 1,86 119 81.0 31. 40.4 194 Alton # ....................................... 194 959 3,338 20.4 792 d 42. 4,78 1,451 212 3,795 236 79.3 30.
959 13 13 672 2,330 709 100 1,836 183 78.8 30.4 39.7 1946 1946 959 2,773 1.372 4,766 1,506 208 3,853 355 80.8 31.6 .9
13,107 25,648 19.1 3,703 d 50.1 32,o94 10,839 1,731 24,143 3,621 75.2 33.8 34.5 1947 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ ................ 1947 13,107 3,19 17.6 7,847 d 54.7 66,862 21,950 3,467 49,724 8,051 74.4 32.8 34.8
13,085 21,541 7,415 31,188 10,056 1,659 21,429 5,111 68.7 32.2 32.3 1946 1946 13,085 45,232 17,315 67,413 20,292 3,309 44,731 11,725 66.4 30.1 32.4
8,868 14,265 11.3 1,201 d50.6 16,866 4,011 859 10,529 3,102 62.4 23.8 33.3 194 Chicago, Burlington a Quincy .................. 194 8,868 28,623 9.0 2,605 d 63.1 34,320 8,304 1,725 21,634 6,232 63.0 24.2 33.5
8,863 12,812 2,430 16,742 3,995 778 10,029 3,468 59.9 23.9 31.0 194 194 8,63 26,249 7,069 36,549 8,098 1,550 20,495 8,663 55.9 22.1 29.1
7,650 10,250 14.5 1,598 d 8. 12,851 3,525 628 9,71 1,339 75.6 27.4 40.0 19 Chicago, Rook Island Pacifio ..............194 7,650 21,268 13.8 3,514 d 41.5 26,887 7,191 1,253 19,900 3142 74.0 26.7 9.
7,652 8:954 2,597 -- 12:541 3,564 572 ;3, 1,354 l8. 28.4 36.0 1946 1946 7,654 18,682 6,006 26,918 7,314 1,137 18,795 3,914 69.8 27.2 35.4
2,366 3,5 19.o0 192 d 80.9 3,854 1,190 231 2,984 547 774 30. 38.8 194 Denver & Rio Grande Wetern ................. 194 2,66 6,940 12.9 466 d 79.9 7,760 2591 462 6,405 705 82.5 .4 41.2
2,386 2,940 1,008 4,161 1,232 195 3,074 698 73.9 29.6 37.2 1946 1946 2,386 6,146 2,318 8,933 2,669 390 6,687 1,403 74.9 29,9 38.1
8,228 25,o052 30.7 4,170 d 42.3 31,456 9,188 1,024 23,684 2,925 75.3 29.2 38.1 1947 Southern Pacific Company ...................... 1947 8,228 51512 27.0 8,570 d 45.2 64,940 18,941 2,041 49,701 5 78 76.5 29.2 39.4
8,247 19,165 7,221 29,192 10,842 976 24,429 1,447 83.7 37.1 37.3 1946 1946 8,247 4o,548 15,651 62,319 22,077 1,941 50,560 420 81.1 35.4 36.9
9,775 24,030 25.7 3,036 d 49. 29,190 8,226 1,164 21,169 2,979 72.5 28.2 36.4 1947 Union Pacifio ................................. 1947 9,775 48,968 22.9 6,876 d 49.7 60,603 16,94 2,329 44,252 6,029 73.0 28.0 37.0
9,777 19,123 5,985 27,810 7,676 1,033 19,465 3,878 70.0 27.6 34.6 1946 1946 9,777 39,840 13,683 59,337 17,179 2,120 41,955 7,753 70.7 29.0 34.0
Southwestern Region:
3,253 4,154 19.3 350 d 4,916 1,449 189 3,827 415 77.9 29.5 3 .7 1947 Misourl-Kansas-Texas Lines .................. 1947 3,253 8,242 13.5 59 d 53.4 9,890 2,97 379 ,881 667 797 29.7 40.9
3,253 3,481 775 4,639 1,193 18 3,210 669 9.2 25.7 34.8 194 1946 3253 7,259 1,27 9,783 2,638 373 6,68 1,353 70.2 27.0 34.8
7,037 12,728 17.5 1,307 d 34.9 15,282 4,391 660 11,10 2,146 .1 28.7 38.4 1947 Missouri Pacific # ............................ 1947 7,037 25,999 22.3 2,762 d 8.4 31,345 9,234 1,321 23,182 4,302 74.0 29. 38.5
7,080 10,833 2,009 13,936 3,798 658 9,461 2,536 7.9 27.3 34.6 1946 194 7,080 21,1 4,481 28,108 7,988 1,315 19,874 4,575 70.7 28.4 36.1
187 3,490 24.8 412 d 59.6 4,281 1,210 187 3,227 542 .4 28,3 37.8 1947 Texas & Pacific ............................... 1947 1,87 7,009 26.0 949 d 58.4 8,777 2,522 314 6,710 1,0736.5 287 8.2
1,87 2:796 1,017 4,248 1,074 182 2,733 804 64. 25. 30.2 1 16 19 1,87 5,561 2,284 8,775 2,290 35 5:65 1593 6.8 261 31.9
4,645 6,599 24.8 523 d 60.6 7,704 2,358 383 6,100 759 7 .2 30.6 41. 1947 St. Loule-San Francisco ....................... 1947 4,645 13,427 24.0 1,181 d 60.2 15,845 5,14o 767 12,934 1,325 81.6 32.4 2.1
4,645 5,287 1,328 7,209 2,74 76 6,121 9 84.9 8.3 39.4 1946 1946 4645 10,825 2,970 15,098 5,805 751 12,794 1,418 84.7 38.5 39.3
160 318 78.1 14 d 43.2 349 65 4 220 72 62.8 18.6 37.9 1947 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas ............... 1947 160 66 22.7 31 d 42.4 628 147 8 472 56 75.2 2 .4 44.5
160 179 25 213 63 4 196 d 24 91.8 29.7 53.4 196 1946 16o 462 53 534 131 8 389 4 72.9 24.6 41.3
1,57 3,791 23.5 59 d 47.2 3,977 1,005 123 2,442 53 61.4 25.3 29.8 194 St. Louise southwestern Lines # .................... 194 1,575 ,704 19.3 142 d 7. 8,112 1,937 246 4,926 1,588 60.7 23.9 30.4
157 3,o068 112 3,301 1,002 128 2,240 605 67.8 30.3 30.5 19196 1,576 ,456 332 7,056 2,613 256 5,229 943 74.1 37.0 30.2
4,320 7,422 21.2 799 d 49.3 8,801 2,200 24 5,925 1,212 67.3 25.0 35.5 1947 Texas & New Orleans ........................... 194 4,320 14,470 17.5 1,845 d 48.2 17,530 4,469 494 12,285 2,097 70.1 25.5
4,322 ,122 1,576 8,251 2,58 254 5,694 1,125 69.0 31.4 31.3 1946 194o 4,322 12,314 3,563 17,o089 5,088 509 11,494 2554 7.3 29.8 31.


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


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


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1947-0-705274




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