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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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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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BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


Aug5'47


Statement No. M-150
MAY 1947


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 1947 AND 1946 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY 1947 AND 1946
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses P n
Percent Percent Percent Percent
Miles Freight Passenger Derecl- Net Oper- malnte- tracens- Freight Passenger Depreci- Net Oper- ainte- trans-
of mrad alie in- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and yea Average Aation e railway satieng ance p tatons
os rated All eluded oper- ratio exseness expenses Ailes Per- Prag eAlln e ludeinoper- rte epenses oexpen
ot ese Per- Per- Total mainte-Totalting (per ofoper- of opr- cenT en 1 T intre- -- 6
of noset ccent t enta in pre- of road Aentcentmount Talets in nre- Total sting( -pe
of month Amount n Amount nance cedng income cent) eating atng operated Amountn- n- Amount nane oe cent) a g t
crease crease column revenues revenues crease Qrease column revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (j) (k) (1) nm) (n) (o0) (p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) 1(v) (w) (x) (y) (0) (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*

5: 1 39 40 W t l W W dT o ta l-- Roa d s l:st ed h er ein .. .. ...... .,:... .98 3 d 3 1 ;2 8 2 ,46 1 ,0 91 $t o':
1New England Region:
1,762 9,063 31.7 1,123 1.6 6,955 2,204 279 5,371 605 77.2 31.7 35~6: 9147 Boston HMalos............................19417 1,762 25,270 17.3 5,7059 d 14.1 34,231o 10,5031 1,398 26,73 2,54 675.5 :1.3
1I,764 3,44 1,1o6 5,583 2,o67 6 2 5,013 96 9.:8 37.0 42 196 194 1,76 4 1,534 6,431, 10,725 1,330 26,721 69 6. 5:5
1 838 7,320 27.7 4,724 4.5 13242 3,902 43 10,550 906 79.7 29.5 41.6 1947 New York, New Haven & Hartford # ......... 19 1,3 35710 1.7 21,530 d 14.3 63,346 19,743 2,42 52,76 1,o700 2.1 29.6
183 5,734 1 4519 11:105 3:982 493 10,3,8 d 1,343 93. 35.9 7.6 1946 G94g l,81o 29,824 25,121 59,852 19,190 21468 51,767 9 86.5 32.1 5
Great Lahes Re ion:
794 4,416 66.0 132 12.5 4672 1, 55 153 3,370 654 721 3.1 4.6 19 Delaware son ........................ 1 ,35 28.2 831 15.7 21,843 ,100 792 16,513 2,56 75.6 32.5
i S 2:66 0 117 2865 1248 175 2,755 d9 .1 35 4.re 194 194......... ............. ....... 15,874 719 17,055 574 15,249 23 9.43
973 5541 '45.5 07 .5 7,012 1,969 349 5,404 73 77.1 2.1 44.1 1947 Delaare, Lackawanna & Western ........... 1947 973 25,743 25.9 3,939 a 6.6 32,536 9,090 1732 25753 3,197 79.2 27.9 46.0
973 3,10 74 5,005 1,717 335 461,47 147 92. 34.3 51.9 1946 1946 973 20,455 1,216 27,186 5,155 1,646 23,723 1,430 87.3 30.0 51.2
2 11 12 .o 5 1 1 3,744,12 51.Pd 35.La61e1.4,69.2 2 11 1 1 1 2 _
2 9 11 19.5 1282 I 3, 9,9 1,74 7.4 29. 41 194 Erie .....................................191 2,229 54,539 33.0 2649 61,156 17,332 2,757 41,231
2,22 Z.o 571 51,- 2 Z 12,52 37145 8 974. 29:227,335.5 1.4 19n224179
2:22 7:977 709 5 :989 3,217 52 8, : 9.0 358 51.l 1946 19346 2;2492 :99 4,122 48.,319 15,208 2,58 43,330 d5 89.7 3
972 3,399 71. 18 3,922 1166 169 2,942 493 76.0 2. 41. 1947 grand Trunk Western ..................... 194 972 16,75 53.0 5 d 2.0 18,225 5,326 42 14,298 1,02 7.5 29.2 4.5
972 1,93 271 2,392 10o68 166 2:779 d 656 6.2 : 64.5 1946 1946 1,015 10,509 1,156 12,549 5,398 822 13,153 d 1,449 1015 43.0 55.2
1,252 5,514 29.5 335 d 23.5 6,226 1,969 263 5,176 4o6 83.1 31.6 45.5 1947 Lehigh Valley ............................ 1947 1,253 26,293 23.1 1,00 d 39. 30,00 9,065 1,322 24,76 2,258 2.3 30.1 45.9
1,254 P4258 3 5,033 1,489 268 4,792 51 95.2 29.6 59.0 1946 1946 1,259 21,353 2,970 26,293 7,:0o6 1,33 22,020 1,227 83.7 26. 50.1
10,746 42,603 60.4 10,607 .7 59,213 19,084 2,735 47, 21 4,962 o0.8 32.2 42.5 1947 Hew York Central oa/ ................... 197 10,746 204,312 32.7 1,111 d 19.9 21120 93,254 13,93 237,03 9,609 5.6 33. 4.2
10,746 261561 10,678 41402 15,0;oo 2,717 3,14 708 93.9 36.3 49.7 1946 191 10,746 153,912 60,036 236,663 87,178 13,059 220,328 d 93.1 3.8 4.
1,6s7 7,244 1145.4 124 d 44 .3 7,575 2,163 6 ,490 2.6 19 ew ork, h o St. Lou ............ 1947 1,687 36,379 39.7 575 57 37,61 10,534 1,o076 27,02 4,462 71. 27.8 7
1,687 4,951 222 5,292 1,1 216H0 ,4 2 34.3 27 1946 1946 1,657 26,032 1,358 28,002 9,222 1,063 23,336 1,449 63.3 32.9
1,9'50 4,8438 4.0 1235 94.9 4,963 1,560 1273 4,071 313 2.0 31.4 43.13 1947 Pere Ml rquette ...........................1947 1,95 123,391 42.4 996 7.3 25,700 7,977 1,354 20,661 1,740c 0.41 31.0 42.
1,949 2,973 121 3,2910 1,20 253 3,316 d 351 100.8 4 3.2 4.1 1946 1946 1,949 16,31 919 1,296 7,017 1,252 16,996 d 426 52.9 3. 6.4
223 3,122 121.2 88 11.1 3330 1,16 200 2,50214 7.2 3.13.16 4 197 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie.................... 1947 223 13,592 64.7 441 d 2.1 14,617 6,012 1,141 12,486 2,629 5 84 .2.1 37.0
229 1,411 0 1,576 950 241 918 2116 1217 60.3 49.0 1946 1946 229 ,24 8 4510 9,105 5,699 1,169 11,372 613 124.9 62.6 52.3
7,084 4o.3 433 d 21.4 8,025 2,229 276 ,7 9411 71.7 27.8 37.2 1947 Wabash ................................... 1947 .2,93 31,350 32.9 2,111 d 36.7 j3,929 10,172 1,235 1,463 5,073 70.5 26.1 38.1
,o549 551 ,602 2,172 265 9'7 401 87.5 3:o 43.3 199 191946 2,33 25, 44 3, 3331 31,335 9,516 1,30 26,030 2,529 83.1 31.3 3.9
616 27,312 63.5 1i97 d 31.0 31,238 10,378 1,170 25 124 3,196 O.4 3-.2 1 41 nallre n:o ......................... 693 126,23 39.2 196 .14419 48005 5, 13,052 3 42.
6,139 1b,703 2:,504 20,9621 ,60o 1,135 20,370 d 1,269 97.P 1..20 17.2 19 ......or.19946 6,139 90,720 16,968 114,7 9 11,7695,95,31 1118,4045 d9,7.197.1
S 2,396 d 16,2 d 33.1400 7 11 2,: 5.6 25.6 90: 19417 Central of New Jersey #...................194 19 11,546 d 21.2 2 150 d .1 955 ,635 74 13 39 90.5 31
,'5s 463 3.5311 1,2 0 213 3 99.0 35.1 65 196 196 64 15,232 2,6504 19,1i7 6 ,29 1,067 17,063 92.3 33
213 i,458 20 1,507 1 437 59 976 65 64.8 29.0 31.9 1947 Central of Pennsylvania .................. 1947 213 7,140 94 7,390 2,051 293 14,76 3,192 64.5 27.5 32.5
5 5 -- 1946 1946 23 2 -
910 189 76.6 307 d 8. 2,438 767 88 l,91 127 81.3 31.5 41.3 197 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ................ 1947 910 8,788 35.2 1,502 d .9 11,474 3,747 443 9,906 273 66.3 5.
910 lo69 333 -- 158 605 o90 1613 18 102.1 38. 51.6 1946 1946 910 6,502 1,923 9,476 3,932 432 9,501 7 100.5 4
391 2,63 116.5 3,355 711 7 2,016 562 60.1 21.2 3 .7 1941 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................. 194 391 13,466 76.0- 15,960 3,165 369 944 2,367 61.7 19.8
392 1,322 1,573 598 7 1,541 d 262 9.0 38.0 5.5 194 19 392 7:651 9,097 3,395 3 2 76 d 61 92.1
76 1,133 9.7 2,415 7.5 3,92 1,079 14 3,210 d 12 4.6 2.5 53 194 Long Isla.d .............................. 1947 6 5,676 7.2 10,6o40 d 2.4 17,455 ,532 960 16, 216 d 2, 31.7 5.
76 1,032 2,24 445 97 155 2:552 9I3 5.6 25.3 52.6 11941 76 5,294 10,903 17:163 9o6 94o 14,654 d l:6J5 65.0
10,116 59,143 74.0 12,449 d 17.7 78,19 26,639 3,650 66,497 4,540 5.0 .9 4 Pennsylvania ............................. 19 10 6 269 63 362,562 121,118 17,732 319,5 6,96 88.1 3
1 3 1,55 57,10 d 774 101.4 44.5 54.6 194 19 10,121 195,639 91,139 312,097 115,513 17,213 296,864 d 4.784 95.1 37.0 50.9
0,437 35.9 6011 d 17.1 9,606 3,159 149 7,215 1,096 75.1 L3.2 58.1 94j Reading .................................. 1944 10 41,616 24.3 043 d 36.6 4711364 15, 2,219 35, 5,220 75.8 32.
1162 6,205 729 7,314 2,970 4o 6555 255 89.7 40.6 44.1 194 194 1,:62 33,491 4:797 40275 15: 2196 34:764 1:975 85 3 43.
Pocahontas Region:
3,106 21,498 136.7 03 d 2 2,5 6,40 1,002 15,049 4,6 64.4 27 1.3 1947 eapeak Ohio ........................ 194 o6 92,858 57.3 344 d 49. 100,102 30,904 ,44 69,080 17,979 69.0 30.9 32.3
3,0 9,02 1,078 10,582 4,179 961 9,329 479 8.2 39 9.8 194 1946O 504 59:o20 6:77 68:286 243,45 ,6 53,272 5,576 76.0 35.7 35.5
2,1 1,243 115. 5 1 d 27.7 15,291 4,471 716 9,229 3,690 60.4 29.2 27.0 197 Norfolk & Wester.n ........................ 1947 2,1 O62,'.19 51.5 2,5 d 50.0 67,371 21,193 3,75 43,915 14,379 65.2 31. 29.1
72,15 0,oo 107,599 3,09 705 6,387 0 5 84.1 4.6 35.6 194 14946 2,;1l 5, 41,278 5176 11 47,960 18,115 3,506 36,915 6,951 76.9 37.6 33.1
,573 ,352 14.2 1,600 d 21.7 ,7 21,356 353 9, 2 9. 4. 194 St 10.7 10 d 24.1 57,62 20,9111 1,765 48,23? 2,980 3.7 6.3 40.7
5,569 7,315 2,045 9,931 4:,585 295 9 d 47 93.5 46.2 45.237 19467 Atlanti19 Co5s59t Li38: .......................13: -- 55,772 23,349 1,592 50,187 d 57 90.0 1.9 41.
1,816 2,273 29.7 203 d 37,4 2,75 961 129 2,496 91.3 35.1 47.3 19417 Central of Georgla # ..................... 197 1,16 11,003 12.9 1,201 d 46.5 13,548 4,682 64 12,42 d 140 92.1 3.6 4.4
1,16 1,752 324 2,2 05 117 2302 d 21 00. 35.2 5. 1946 1946 1,16 977 2,250 13,23 4,751 584 12,522 94.3 35.8 49.2
1,945 3,628 46.3 103 d 24.2 3,847 1,260 174 2,611 717 67.9 32. 27.3 1947 u Mobile & Ohio ....................... 1947 1,945 16,003 22.9 449 d 46.0 17,027 5,845 802 12,305 2,035 72.5 34.3 29.9
1,945 2,40o 135 2,710 999 111 2,277 110 84.0 36.8 37.8 196 1946 1:945 13,025 831 1,356 5,631 550 12,222 296 85.1 9.2 7.3
6,52 16,21 33.0 1,903 d 16.1 20,224 6,549 955 15,098 2,204 714.7 339 349 197 Illinois Central ....... ..................197 6 52 79,263 24.2 10,116 d 29.0 99,185 32,595 4,743 73,953 11,067 74.6 32.9 35.7
6, 12,21 2,269 -- 15,649 5,753 91 13,026 578 83.2 6. 38.8 1946 1946 6:604 63,843 14,251 5, 4,01o 29,007 4,600 65,151 6,373 51.1 34.5 39.2
4,76g 13,870 69.2 1,186 d 2.5 16, 055 5,482 676 12,576 1,496 50.2 4.1 40.9 194 7 Louisville & Nashville ................... 19417 4,76 67,544 32.1 6,034 d 45.1 7,57 26,210 3,24 62,00 7681 79.5 31 40.9
4,759 5,196 1,666 10,52 4,24 595 10,822 d 102.7 4.5 49. 1946 1946 4:,758 51:146 10,990 66,443 211,2451 2,924 56,656 4,32 55.3 36.6 2.
4156 8,503 22.8 1,015 d 25.9 10,212 3,486 367 8,216 822 0.5 34.1 1 194 Seaboard Air Line ........................ 194 4,156 41,579 1 16.4 7 1d 26.6 3,506 17,368 1,786 42,102 4,709 78.7 32.5 3.8
410 6,925 1368 8776 3,213 335 7,131 346 89.2 36.6 2 194 1946 4,150 35,716 10,889 -- 49,55 16,504 1,635 9,706 4,977 79.6 33.1 3.9
6,484 16,0 35.6 1,445 d 36.0 1s,775 6,189 664 14,282 2,0358 76.1 3.0 7.4 1947 Southern ................................. 197 6,484 78,901 23.4 8,384 d 49.5 93,511 30,530 3,212 71,517 9,465 76.5 32.6 38.1
6,4 1,55 2,25 15,090 5,90 566 1,497 70 9 9.2 44. 1946 1946 6~g4 63949 16:609 86,573 30,437 2,904 7,229 7,033 81.1 35.2 39.9


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


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






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 MAY 1947 AND 1946 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY 1947 AND 1946
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles -Freight Passenger Percent Percent Freight Passenger Percent Percent
of road NprDepreala-i te-atnverage opr Net Oper- main. trans-
operated All tion in- ora l y ertin o nopes por action eRegion, road, and year adles ation in- railway eating nanoe prtation
at olose Per- Per- Total Ainte- eluded Total a ratio expenses expenses of road Per- Per- A olun oper- ratio expense expenses
of month oAmountucent n ntnante- oi Tot eating (per- of oper- of oper- operated Amount cent Amot cent Total maine- in to -Total sting e of per- of opr-
of month cfanpore i-- pre -sincom, ce nt)dain
centc ome-cnnt) nncngeatincoperatdlountoGeeding Income cent)-sting ating
Irn-ncreasecdiung..revenues revenuesI-nr nu
crease crease column < revenues revenueolumn revenues revenues
(a) (b) ( -) (d) (e) I(f) )(K) (h6) (1)(.1) (k) (1> (a) In) (o) (p) (q) (r) (as) (t) () (v) (v) (x) (W) 1 () (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) or ste Region: (Money items in thousands of dollars) *
8i065 0 i 9,05 42d O i 2ao & North Western ........................ 14 a064 28.7 7 9 d 32 90 39
77225 golo633 43.8 191946 8,065 40,476 14,377 61,885 165 4121 56,951 d 92.0 39.0 46.0
1,500 2,273 47.8 66 d 50.4 2,523 73d89 2 0Oa 182 79:6 30. 42.5 19. Chicago Great Western...........................197 1,500 11 031 23.6 408 d 60.0 12,424 3,28447 9,6881,065 78.0 26.5
1,o500 1,5318 1,857 6 78 9 1. 91.6 09 1 ..4 34. 49.2. ... 1919417 1,500 8:926 1,020 -d 1,24 3,287 4457 10,0576 d 647 91.1 34.9 4
10,733 15,171 50.6 1,731 d 16.7 74 7,10 976 I,654 1,189 83.5 1947 Chlago, Mlwue l 7 10,733 73807 28.8 90,63 2888 4 7 71 5 7 2 39 40
10,733 i0,071 2,077 13,581 6,675 925 1,291 d 2,105 105.2 69.1 7 19% 1946 10,733 57,283 12,592 77,993 29,335 4,629 71,487 3,108 91.7 37.6 6.
1616 2,053 49.3 188 20.7 2464 793 111 2,065 150 83.8 32.2 456 194l Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapoli & Omaha ......... 1947 1,66 10,346 28.0 94 d 27.4 12,392 3,70 555 10,455 448 84.4 30.6 47.8
1,616 1,375 238 1,841 823 108 1,981 375 107.6 44.7 55.1 19U 1946 1,616 8:085 1,295 10,467 3,977 535 1049 d 1.455 99.6 38.1 57
54 4,8 74. 3 44.o 5033 741 102 1,84 2,569 37.4 14. 21.6 1947 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ................... 14 7 98 81.7 11 d 37.8 8368 3 827 509 6918 402 827 457 33
546 2,459 2 2,861 760 101 1,509 1,116 52.7 26.1 24.1 1946 194 3,963 18 o6 3,555 5 5,932 d 128. 77.2 .6
8,333 13,858 33.9 1,259 25.3 16,405 692 11,766 2,181 71.7 34.1 32.3 1947 Great Northern ................................. 19 8,333 60,124 4.6 4,544 d 36.6 70,05 26,074 3454 56,568 5,275 80.8 37.2 3.
8,332 10,351 1,005 12,289 653 637 9,936 1,215 80.9 37.9 36.6 1946 G o19,4 8,332 ,26 7,169 6o02 25,338 3:1 652834 5,279 87.6 8. 37.5
3224 2,2 19.5 10 10.0 21,52 902 103 2,81 194 82.3 35.7 40.7 19S7 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Mrie ...... 1947 3,224 10,54 26.5 467 d 25.5 11769 4,355 507 10,338 365 87.8 37 4.
3,224 1,880 95 2,117 842 98 1,954 5 92.3 39.8 46.3 196 1946 3,224 8,339 627 9,719 4,325 506 9,979 d 1.008 102.7 4.5 51.5
919 g287 36.1 56 d 49.4 10745 4,257 593 901 1,163 83.9 36 6 19417 Northern Paoific ............................... 194 6,921 4,131 30.9 2,736 d 62.6 55,167 20,429 2,936 44,701 6766 81.0 37.0 36.7
6,872 6,823 1,164 8,787 3,895 691 8,418 8 95.8 46.3 62.1 1946 1946 6,872 36,777 7,321 68,785 19,709 2,608 43,896 2,344 90.0 40.4 41.1
1,051 2,05 47.2 46 d 18.0 2,293 528 65 14983 54 647 2 .0 Wisconsin Central #............................ 1947 1,051 9,670 27.1 187 d 59.9 10,536 2,83 333 7,557 1,7 17 1.5
1,051 1,416 7 1,618 565 68 1,413 148 87.3 3.9 45.2 1946 ..........194 1,051 7,6o06 46 8:850 2,721 328 7,5 85.3 30
Central Western Region:
959 1940 59.8 575 d 5.4 2,841 869 105 1,971 459 69.4 30.6 3 10. 5 Alton #.................................... 1947 959 0o44 31.3 2,114 d 41.4 12,870 4,023 5249 958 1073 76.6 '1.3
959 1,214 607 2,092 874 98 2,014 d 27 96.3 41.8 44.3 19 1946 959 689 3609 12071 5071 505 2 95.3 42.0
13107 27,36d 25.9 4 a 1 2.1 5 6 0 ?1Z7? I 5,6 277 3,237 78.4 3 1941 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Y. ................. 19 13,107 136,289 20.5 19,576 a 46.5 171,29 58,660 8,719 130,248 18,644 76.0 3 3.
13,85 ,7 552 29, 11,871 1674 25000 1514 393 1946 1946 13,085 113,058 36,613 162,301 56;769 8,325 123661 17676 76.2 35.0
8,868 14,018 43.5 1,757 6 17,222 5,030 58 11 821 2,446 6.6 29.2 340 194 Chicago, Burlington & Qulnoy ................... 1947 8 868 72,868 22.0 6 d 474 87481 22250 4278 56,203 14,878 64.2 25.4 33.5
8,863 9,771 1,923 13,081 ,720 779 10,754 756 82.2 36.1 39.2 194646 8:863 59,746 13,040 80,950 23372 3885 56,405 11,612 69.7 28.9 34.9
7,650 10,821 37.8 2 7,047 d 3 1e3,876 4,499 634 10,996, 1,159 79.2 32.4 39.3 194 Chicago, Rook Island & Paolfi o ............... 1947 7.650 55,328 24.5 8,923 32.5 69,586 19,682 3,143 51,786 8,048 74.4 28.3 38.5
7,652 7,854 2,117 10,881 3,838 596 9,518 429 87.5 35.3 2.8 19 1946 7652 44424 13,221 62909 19,661 2,879 50,108 5,273 79.7 31.3 4.
467 066 43.5 46 59 4,508 1,567 261 3,555 632 78.9 34.8 36.3 1947 Denver & Rio Grand. Western .................... 1947 2,471 19,640 23.7 1,197 d 71.9 21,802 7,305 1,294 17,366 2,669 79.7 33.5 38.3
2,491 2,834 605 3,634 1,718 291 3,626 d 252 99.8 7.3 3.2 1946 1946 249 15874 4266 2316 8195 1183 1817 ,006 88.3 38.4 1.
2 27,347 25.7 4,121 d 23.5 33,951 10,121 1,020 26,175 2,530 77.1 29.8 40.1 1947 Southern Paolflo Ooapany ....................... 1947 8,228 132,911 25.2 20,339 165,651 4,060 5,096 127,240 12,622 76.8 29.6 39.5
8, 21,757 5,385 29,605 11,246 966 27,979 2,478 94.5 38.0 46.1 1946 1946 81,246 106,76 33,638 15;,26 6o0,383 4869 141;409 8:155 91.7 39.2 42,6
9s775 24,829 36.5 4121 d 22.8 31,458 10,41 1iigeg 24203 2236 76.9 33.1 35.5 194 Union Paolflo .................................. 197 9,775 125,436 29.9 17,523 d 40.4 154,881 47,135 5,863 115,465 13,978 74.6 30.4 36.0
9,775 18,15 5,336 25,817 9,30 1,096 21,475 1:265 83.2 36.0 37.2 19 1946 9,776 96563 29388 -- 139,459 47,2 5:397 112,718 9,792 80.8 33.9 37.7
Soutehwestmer Region:
3,253 4,500 20.3 473 d 14.8 5 .2413 1,697 192 4,341 398 80.2 31.4 40.2 1947 Misouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ...................... 194 ,25 21,912 16.6 2,038 d 42.1 26,212 7,893 955 20,702 1,941 79.0 30.1 40.2
3,253 3,740 555 6,721 1,58a 184 4,049 169 85.8 33.5 42.5 19% 1946 3,253 18,798 3,522 24,6o6 7,541 923 19,687 1,18 80.0 30.6 39.8
7,037 13,333 36.9 1,'26 d 10.9 15,908 ,187 664 12',359 1,719 77.:7 32.6 38.9 1947 Missouri Paciflo # ............................. 197 7,037 66,527 24.9 6,376 d 29.1 79,612 24,508 3,313 60,331 9,528 75.8 30.8 38.9
7,080 9,739 l,'22 12,277 4,281 657 10,591 302 86.3 34.9 43.8 i946 1946 7,050 53,262 8,988 68;215 22,677 3,288 54,992 5,981 80.6 33.2 40.4
187'4 ,2'83 26.2 43 d 49 1,82 17 31 3,5192 612 7652 30.0 37.6 1947 Texas & Paoific ................................. 1947 1,87 19,282 23.8 2,178 d 56.8 23,51 6,844 959 95 2930 76. 29.1 37.9
187 3,393 194 1,87 15576 5038 22,86 7,090 917 6999 3 1 74. 31.0 33.9
4645 64 7261 50.0 5gg d 46.0 8 459 2,671 394 6,748 861 79.8 31.6 4i.6 147 St. Louie-San Francisco ........................ 1947 4,645 34,851 28.9 2,878 53.8 40,893 13,137 1,931 33,060 3,769 80.8 32.1 41.9
4,645 4,841 1,089 6,483 3,018 375 6,653 d 571 102.6 66.5 47.5 1946 1946 4;645 27,039 6,230 36427 16,004 1,878 35,365 d 1:291 97,1 43.9 45.2
621 08 d 3 12347 803915427: 194:1030 _N_:42 2.
160 291 a o 8 d 57.6 314 123 4 280 8.9 391 42.7 19. 4 St. Louis-an Francisco & Texas. ............... 197 16o 1,47 15.8 63 d 41.8 1,61 426 20i 1,238 113 76.6 26.3 43.2
1,2 ,.3 19 322 85 4 237 ,573.7 26.4 41 .1 1946 1946 1 ,61727. 109 0 1;437 419 19 1,164 69 81.0 29.2 4.7
1,575 4,326 36.9 52 d 65.9 422 1,136 128 2,665 9 58.9 25.1 27,9 1947 St. Louis Southwestern Lines # ................. 1947 1,575 20,926 24.9 62.0 2 5,372 624 1,057 4,584 595 24
1,575 3,159 .53 3433 1,177 122 2,857 24 83.2 3. 40.6 1946 :4 1,575 16,754 9 6,44 25206 75.8 35 2.19
4322 43 23 210 9452 296 254 6,32 67.0 25.4 5.4 1947 Texas N Orl.an. ............................ i947 4,320 38,549 21.9 4, 41.3 46,122 11,668 1.247 3112
4,322 6,356 1,16 8 8 ,075 3, 4 254 7,153 1,63 7 88.6 39.7 1.0 1946 1946 4,322 1 7,641 :-- 42,269 15,251 1,270 33962 5 803 1

* Percent inorease oomputed on units o:" dollars. # Report of trustee or trustees.
SInoludes amortizatlon of Defense ProJects. Includes Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Oolorado & Santa rFe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Decrease or defict. U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1947 0-750175