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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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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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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

II111111 I III I1liii I INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3 1262 08731 0529 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


U.S. DEPC^TORY


FOR THE MONTH Or f JUNE 1947 AND 1946 FOR SIX MONTHS*ENDED WITH JUNE 1947 AND 1946
Operating reveTnues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Percent Percent freght Passenger Peren Peent
re iht Psse ng er Not Oper- aanite- tranee- n r Net Ope- say snt- trn n-
MesDepreci- railway eating nance poytatico Despreci- railway sting nence poretlaon
of roe D ton ein- riwy ig ows praiRegicn, road, andpeear Average .a tion In-
operatdePel ur2 en In- eper- ratio expenses expense. eiaere Pr-eAllr-luded oper- ratio expenses expense
tperated loe Per- Per- Total maints- luded total atng (per- of oper- of oper- ?_ed e -n T Total si n ,( aintper- efoper- of oper-
of month count n- t-ount a nn ano Ininoor cent) eating ating oAount ant aount ninc p- inoome cent) sting sting
nf se re eoluc revenues revenues operated in- in- c redin
creaselrscrease crease ou-
*J) ---(6)- -cU (4) (.1 ()-t (r) -(h)- (i) 1- j)Il) W( (I)-(a)It ..L -U L- .1-J----E)---1-(r) (. (t) (u) (V) (. ()Iz1 (7) (a). ..
(Meoney Items In thousands of dollars)0 (Money ites In thousands of dollars *
199,239 S500,923 21.4 50,342 d 20.2 $632,729 $211,573 528:077 S2 t52,468 7;.4 34 396 14 Total-Rads listed hern ................. 1947 19262 3,oo,960 2 8.4 431,526 31. 3,757,1241,205,196 67,6 2,963,738 ,255 78.9 32.1 .
199.353 12,520 100,701 556,972 193.132 26,1 2,12 33.419 8 37 43.1 l 19-nad.g-. ,46 199.374 2,31,199 632,40 3,252,111 1,172.,383 159,054 2;519,27 134:07 56.7 36.0 43.4
1.762 4,695 19.8 1.6 d 2.7 6,754 2,196 2 303 444 8: 32. 4.4 194 Bo.ton M..n. .......................... 1 1,762 29, 17.7 7,175 d 12.1 40,986 12,999 1,677 32.176 2,96 7. 31.7 1.1
1,762 3,911 1456 58 2,15 26 220 2 36. 45.5 1941 19 4 25, 36,902 5 1,59716.
9 64a159 12,o83 1,59 3.934.9 .
1,543 6,785 15.0 5,204 13,220 3,919 485 10,306 861 78.0 29.6 40.1 1947 New York, New Haven & Hartford ........ 14 1 42,49 26,73 76,566 22,663 2,908 62,312 2,61 81.
1,43 5,598 5,365 12,151 3,759 493 10,276 349 4.6 30.9 44.5 19.46 1 9 1, 19. 35.72 30 6 72,003 22949 2:,961 62 42 a 1542 .6.2 319. 42.
1,., 1cn, 35,72,n *0 72,003 22,949 2,961 62,042 d 1.242 56.2 31.9 ),5.4
Great Lskee Rfotin:
74 4,016 35.7 171 23.5 ,33 1,49 149 ,2 4 194 Delae dson ........................ 19 7 24,37 29.4 1,002 16.9 26,11 ,597 90 19,o01 3.073 75.6 32.8 .0
6 2,959 138 3,182 1,07 175 2,690 8 5 33 194 18,833 57 20,237 7,921 1,048 17,939 1,051 .6 39.1 3
973 5,312 32.9 93. 6.1 6,30 1,595 343 5,n4 5 74-9 27.7 42.2 1947 Delaware,. Lackawan Western .......... 1947 973 31,055 27.0 4,77 d 4.4 39367 10,94 2,075 30,67 4,03 7.4 27.9 5.3
973 3,997 4 5 1,896 335 5,018 59 92.9 35.1 51.7 1946 196 973 24,453 5,102 32,587 10,051 1,981 28,740 1,190 8.2 30.8 .
9, 45 35 5:1959351.1 935535.::
2,2429 5,271 2.8 630 9,6 23.1 12 3,395 55 50 79. 30.3 62.4 19. Erie .................................... 19.. 2,229 65,195 32.3 3,288 d 33.6 73,422 21,049 3,310 57,981 5,583 79.0 28.7 43.6
2,242 1,671 2 35 d,688 23395 521 92 ,264 3,99.4 35.0 5n 14 2,242 49,265 6,952 55,007 18,603 3,096 52,955 d 1:513 91.3 32.1 50.9
92:2 9,2___30 p:93132.1'842.2:o 194 1972 A1:5295 d 1,13 913 26
972 3,6 39.9 190 d 41.0 3.815 1,224 168 3,019 9 79.1 32.1 52.2 1 rand Trunk West.rn ..................... 19.- 972 19,44 50.5 1,0144 d 30. 22,0140 6,550 1,010 17,317 2,261 78.6 29.7 14.1
972 2,09 322 2,900 1,028 171 2,722 d 13 93.9 35.4 52-7 11946 ,8 12,91 1:,508 15,449 6:,26 993 15,875 ad 1611 102.8 41.6 54.7
1,252 5246 22. 419 14. 6,061 1,66 265 4,721 652 77.9 27.5 44.4 1947 .Lehlgh Velley ........................... 1947 1,253 31,539 23.1 2,219 3. 36,142 10,733 1,57 9,49 2,910 81.6 29.
28 1 4182 9 30.5 1 1,639o0 a1 1,11 1,4o ,.2.
1,254 4,271 492 5,097 1,55 268 4, 12 6. 30.5 4.9 146 194 1,254 25,623 3,462 31390 64 26:424 4 4 27.4
4715591947 N4k 08:. .14 1046 24 3 13 26 3151 167611
10,746 39,310 26.4 11609 18.3 57,06 396 2 7 47 3,616 82.7 34.0 42.3 14 Nw or Centrl / ..................... 19 lO,74 6 243,621 31.7 ,721 19.6 338, 181 112,651 1640 249 13225 43 .3 .7
7o7 _9_o _._1.,_9 _7,61 254,955),, 61 8.
10,746 31,094 14,213 50,946 1335 2,2 42,77 3,369 84.0 32.1 45.2 194 194 10,746 185,006 7;249 257,609 103,512 15 263:101 3,278 9125 3V: 42
1,687 6,999 328 142 d 37.9 7,27 2,278 220 ,2 5 :. 794 31.1 7.9 1947 New YTork, Chicago & St. Louis ........... 1947 1,687 43,378 38.6 718 d 54. 45,188 12,813 1,295 32,607 5,032 72.2 28.4 77
1,67 .272 229 5 16 1,835 205 ,653 3 32.7 .9 1946 1946 1,687 31:304 1,5517 33:619 11,057 1:268 27,99 1,793 3.3 32.9 3:1
223 3,076 40.9 107 41 3,330 1,10 2520 757 4 4.1 194 Pittburgh L r .................. 194 223 16,65 5 17,947 7,192 1,3536 40
229 2,153 19 03 .1 2,386 1.,124 2 2,337 512 979 .1 731 194 0 ....................229 10:,432 5 11,491 6,523 1.,09 1,534709 1.0 93 91 o36
2,393 6,072 2o.6 7 234 0 2 2b5 5,92 237 5. 0.6 1 Wabash .................................. 14 2,393 40o,422 30.9 2,55 d 34.6 5,941 12,00 640o 33,46 5,9 72.5 27.9
2.,393 5.035 o8,0 2,094 265 5,333 433 433 8.85 3k.; 45.5 I946 1946 2,393 30:879 3,952 37:362 11.910 1:605 31 33 2 83.9 31.9 4:
Central Eastern Region:
6,196 25,971 27.7 2,263 d 24.6 3,169 10 1,172 24so 25 2561 2.1 3,.6 41.0 1944Bl1,27dmore.5 17,36.........................019446 19424 7.1 11.62Td 1.9174,,26.561 141155 1U61 .
6,139 20,333 3,002 2- 607 ,695 21,3 95 759 35.g a rl 44:9 19 0 3o .. 19 37 19,969 139,346 57,: ,6 133,075 1 1 _. 42.
4 2, d 16.4 5 d 6. 3,643 9,2 1 213 2970 6.1 30.9 .9 194 Central of New Jersey ................. 194 19 13,955A L2. 2,666 d 16.9 i15,144 ,62o 55 16,294) dO7 31.0 519
41 210 1-6 S 3:643 1,271 213 3,373 I--- = 92:6 34. :9 50-7 6 194 15 1 3,207 22,780 ,00 1,250 21.,0o37 92.3 33.5 51.9
213 1,426 15 1,482 4 5 930 677 62. 27.3 31.5 1947 .Central of Penn.sylvania ................... 1947 213 ,566 -- .,72 2,455 351 5,699 3.75 64.2 27.7 326
5 4 6 50 1946 1941 28 22 32 293 -
910 1'00 20.5 d 13.6 2,275 61 88 1,923 57 84.5 3 .4 42.2 1947 Chicago & Eastern llnois. .............. 1947 9100O, 10,47 32.6 1,835 3 20.5 1379 507 531 11,5829 290 86.0 32.
910 1,407 36 1,9 65 93 1,759 5 90.0 3.0 46.4 1946 194 1 7,909 2,309 113 4,597 525 11260 1.1103 9.5 4.2 4
391 27 66-7 3,14 65 76 1,994 44 62.3 21.6 3 1 Egin, Jeliet A Eastern .................194391 U 16,168 74.4 1 144 8 44 8,42 6
392 -. 2,017 700 75 1,771 45 57.5 34.7 .5 LO 1946194 392 9,271 10,111551 o~4$d 565 91.3 36.59.
376 1,16 29-3 2, 3 3, 1,10 1 3 ,209 3 5 757 26.o2 47:. 1947 Long Islan.M ............................. 19 47 6,36 iO.4 6 1 3 21,691 6,35 1,154 19,2 896 30.6 56.1
376 597 252391 95 15 2932317.5 2.2 455 196)-46 376 6,191 13,765 21,074 5,754 11517:607d 510 S3.5 27.3 5.
10,116 674 29.6 13,699 a 21.1 76,087 25,605 3,634 64,021 4,856 84.1 33.7 45.1 1947 Pennsylvania ............................ 1947 10,116 324.765 36.1 77,375 d 25.7 438,649 146,723 21,366 383,570 11,804 87.4 33.4 4.5
10,121 42,99 17,372 65,132 2:,932 3,539 62,428 .52 95.8 38.3 50.8 1946 1946 10,151 238,58 108,511 377,230 140,Q45 20,752 359,292 d 6,295 95.2 37.2 50.9
13 233 27.2 651 9.436 3,163 449 7,044 1,.125 7.7 33. 37.3 1947 Reading ................................. 1947 1,35 49,49 24.7 3,694 d 33.0 56,00 18,713 2,69 42,962 634 75.6 329 3.
1,362 6,473 714 7,535 2,947 439 6,659 347 .4 39.1 4.6 1946 194 1,362 39,967 5,512 7,809 18,094 2,635 41,423 2 325 86.6 37. 944
Pooahontas Region:
5,06 23,526 22.4 1,136 d 5 26,374 7, 5 1,24 15,.590 4,070 0o.5 .* 34.2 194 Chesapeake & Ohio. .......................1947 5,05o6 140,075 47.6 5,565 d 38.4 152,176 46,736 7,572 10,331 23,790 71.2 .7 34.4
5,051 19,462 1,334 21,739 6,384 1,206 15,032 3,693 69.1 29.4 33.6 1946 1946 5,036 94,913 9,029 108,320 37,746 7,214 85:,300 11,563 78.7 34:8 370
2,130 12,562 24.5 552 d 3. 14,017 1,0 78f 9:037 3,o03 64.5 31.0 28.5 194 Norfolk Wstern ....................... 194 21O 7,o 46.1 168 48.3 2,543 4293 92 17417 61 314
2,161 10,30 951 11,6 3,7 707 7,419 2,424 64.o 29.7 29.2 94 IN4 2:161 51:6o8 k:126 59: 256- 4:21e42 537, 7 :.2
10.330 9O1 21.29.7 Southern lRegion: 162k21,9 5 7Z, 36
m 7:.42 ,., l.,27 loi 4;220 il 9.;33? -__ 96:2 ,,5:16 tantin 0o., ,Ll. *-*-** ** ; 5.3 _O 86 5^2 76 3.oo, ,8;6 3:, 2.
S9. 1,927 5.3 10 4 7 220 9,427 29 42. 194 Atlantic Coast Li ............................ 53 :;0 10. 12130 ,16 2,6 2,12 6 41.0
1,309,02 4,20 295937 j~j 194 12~ 56 0. 9 65,111067,0
52 9.9 7,241 1,8309702 4220o 26 9,337 d 5723.5 45 1 5,9 6 15,277 65,4714 27, 57 1,590 59,524 d 939 90.9 2.1
1,16 2,06i1 7.0 214 d3.9 2,43 947 9 2466 d 21.1 99.3,35.1 513 1 4 Central of Georgia #o....................1947 1,516 13,065 11.9 1,418 d 45.2 16,032 5,629 777 1419d251.
1,16 1,927 30 2,47 6 230292.6 31.7 50.9 114 1,16 11,676 2,590 15,770 5,538 700 14 2,94 0 9.0 .1 49.
2,904 "' 79 26.6 600 d 17.9 ,'24 1,9'90 20 4 579 1.176.2 4.2 0.8 1947 GOulf, Mobile. & Ohio .......................194 2,904 4 25.9 3162 370 35,3720 11,5' 1,610 26,601 3,67 745 33.2 32.4
2,904 4,75 730 2903 ,96 20 46 237 91.1 0.1 41.6 19 96 2,94 270 3,160 31329 12,665 1,263 25,191 5 170 90.0 50.4 0.
6,2 1373 17.3 1.6 22.2 19,331 6,4 9 14,76 1,963 76.4 35.9 3.5 194 Illinois Ceontral ........................19 6, 6 12,00 d 2. 8.0 11,d 9 9.42 ,700 8,721 13.030 749 33.4 3
6:212 109 781,933;9 4- 6Z621 21379 3.
601 13,103 2,423 16,601 6. 2 9 14,233 911 55.7 39.1 39.5 1941 6: 6:95 16:679 100,64 359:99 5:518 82,354 7,23 81:9 35.3 39.3
4,76 8 12,951 22.5 1,375 33. 15,242 5,403 650 12,61 1,395 81.8 35.4 41.5 1947 Loill hll .................. 19 4,768 0,495 30.4 7,4o8 d 43.3 93,829 31,612 3898 74962 9 077 79.9 3 .7 410
4,759 10,574k 2 2,077 13,615 ,903 609 11,815 92 86. 3.Louv e Na44hv e 19 : 61719 1306 005 29355 3:5 :71 5:75 :5 37
6 8 3 0 9319,534.758 61,719613 0605534756 5. 47
,156 7,675 9.6 1,100 d 26.1 9,377 3,20 3 7 91 81.0 3 6 194 Seaboard Air Line .........19 47 416 4 15.3 9,092 d 26 62,20,6 25 49700 5 0: 32. 3
1507 7,0 29 1,490 9,3 3,2 39 7,595 9 42 .1 33.5 19 eo .... 1941 )415o, 42,720 12,378 5, 93 19,527 1,9;76 47, 04 5,919 5 33.
6,1811 14,353 5.9 1,675 d 35.1 1 198 6,067 64 95 1,407 79.0 94419493,24 2. 0059 d 47.6 110,7:.76355,112 10,53 7. 313,
6,1.5 1,,3, 0 2,55.0 1,5,5 6,071 556 1 1,003 55.0 3.B 7.7 l94 S Southern.................................941 6,49, 779,5 19.9oo1 9 103,3507o 36.9 3,1 56,522 5,73 76.95 33. 1,.
6,)494 13.209 2,5 o11,807 6,o12 596 lR,293 1,003 195:00 35.:8 3.3 19 106,48477,159 19,lag 1O3,380 36A,3:490,R:'5221 8,o35 91.6 35.3 .


* Percent increase om=puted on units of dollars.
% Includes amortization of Defense Projeots.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
Inoludee Boston & Albany, Leseor to New York Central.
- Decrease or defloit.


Au9,2 '47
Sttemet No. M-.15
JUNE 1947







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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 1947 AND 1946 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE 1947 AND 1946
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Freight Passenger Percent Percent Freight Passenger Percent Perce
miles Frad right Pass-e- rD i- Net Oper a.,nta- tranc- AeNeragrete Oper- mainte- trans-
SDepreca AveragerDepre- railway atin ance
S atd All tn n- oper- ratio expenses expenses Region, road, and year miles PtingPeral a d Totalp o nro pe pr n
at c e Per- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total sfo Per- of Iper-o aent A on Pen t ot a nte- inlure-
of month Amount cent Amount cent nanoe in pre- mecca cent) eating atlng opreratd Ptern Poun e-n o at edined Ta(r- e
rease rae oln revenues revenu ree n revenues revenues
) ()) 1() (dl) (e () (- ) Ih) (h1) (1) (k) (1) (m) (n) ( o) (n) () (r) (s) (t) (u) (v (w) (x) (y) ( (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)
0,i2s 2,51 2g2 o fa 4? |Chi 120 H F: 3I 1 1 N cago & North Western ........................... 1% So55 22.2 1,2 d 4 42 2 ,,96 9 3. 1 5:

6i ,i6 20 1 2 Chicago, 91waue, 3tauli & pac .......... Cr6 $5 O7,65 2. 1 7,39 a 79 ,07 7 5,79 320 4l

65 1,054 12, 10 753 9 99 3 45.0 M e94 194 1,3 68l 1 au 9e. e 306 203 9 3 1 7 35 d
1500 1:i 6 2.2 0 d 5.6 2 7 2 16 3 99_ 4 359 49.1 1947 Chicago Great W eastern .......................... 194 1,5 12,19 2 28.28 17 d 2.7 1459 4,219 536 ll,252 d 3 1.2 2 4.
1,5 1d5 1 2,105 92 9 1,773 95. 35.9 5149.1 1914, 96 1;152 9o 1;4,2 13 11293 __.3 91.7 3
i 1 96 21.7 ;6 i 21.2 1 ,8 1 :9 1 40 1cag Mil kee, St. Paul & Pacific.............. 10 733 1 2 107

1 1 5 2 15,4 r:4 927 1nc lO,73 7e 7 7 2o4u.: o,7 & 0 14 15 1
S2 ,7 42..47 15,100 93,475 35,99 5,55 96 23. 46.5
1,616 1,36 2.6 230 d 22.6 2 2 2,7 2 ,06 903 35.9 1 47 1947 4 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ..........1616 12112 26. 1170 d 26.9 14679 4,612 66 12,520 39 5 31. 47.2
10616 1,522 297 2,073 702 1092 1 9 I 90.9 33.2 .95 191 19 1,616 9,607 1,592 12 520 4,679 643 12,293 d 1.9 92 37 4 3.9
5 4,4o 5 19,6 11.8l 2511 10 12 2,00 5 : 1,790 32.1 15.9 21.2 9uluth .&Io .................N.... 194e & ro ag 11,6 51 .1 id29.92 1622 466in9 2 19 6 5,
S3,759 3 4:39 289 101 1:,426 2,217 41 19.25 21 0 19 1 a,29............... ..9 1 7,721 2 2 ,3995 143 607 7,7711 ,14o 2. 49 33.6
53, 5 22.2 6,14 .1d 7 22 .2 62,2ot2 6.;92 36
9 1 2 1.8 1 0 13.62 13.649 2 1,454 1,922 7?.4 35.1 32.7 9 Great Northern....................................... 2 6 0 2 8 6 31,5 5 146 6,2 0:4 4
.2:32.2 32.9 193,202 62,993153o,026 23
3 221 2,136 d 1.0 224 62.6 2,42 9;50 105 2,150 16 4.6 i37 1 .0 1 Minnea.ol0s, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Maria....... 4 3 2 53
6 21 1391l 751,973 79. 33.6 4M. 19 ....... 99 19 3,224 lO97 7965 12,192 5,155 606 11,952d 9. 4 2. 3
6,919: 32 1 15.2 79 6 d o 32.6 1022 4,22593 7 .6 411 36. 194 Northern Pacifi ................................. 191 6,92 o 67 28-2 3532 d 92. 65 214 653 3:31 5301 7 51 93 7

1,025 d 96 400 |5 2,00 1 1 2 2
1,051 2,2002 25.2 2 3 2,2 2: 6g ,111 11266 769. 529.3" 0 19 Wisconsin Central #1.1.......... 11,673 26.9 2145 d .6. 1,70 ,15 394 9,07,71.22214.28140
1,05 1 591; 5 1 i644 6 I 1 766 : 6 29. 14 949 9 6. 3 .................. ,3,2394903 30.5 1 7.3
CenralWe 36,060gi 2: 6 :..13,107 14,6 4M 19.1r '111tern 1 2a
13, 17 22,187 12. 4 7 d27.1 33,9096O0 1 2 1 1,6' 27,660 3,33 6 76.7 34.:5 35: 194.Cetchison, Rop e n: a13,025..........214.., 3.151 ..2075,35219,3 1 11, ,1 4909 22,019 6.23.
2,267 11,376 1o.6 1,375 d 39.2 12,25070 ,7 146 202 110.9 141.2 19 Chioago, Burlington AQuincy ....................21o,868o84,21414 20.3 a230,d46.3 7a 14 66 :
2,262 10,227 13 2283497 10,797 1,347 32.3 2 3 77 37:& 19Pa,864 70,033 5,323 950, o9C ?,960 7 1, 6 79 32
,o- 20.206 131Rack202 13,9;d4,o6 1 26 1,1042:.8632.0.1:o6194 Chi3ago,:RookIsland&3Pacific1................. 1656o2. 0, d 3 6:542 35.6
2 41 N3 20.0 331 d 40.1 4,69o 1 264 7.a 19. Denver & Rio GrandsWestern .......................: 1670 2323.1 d 6..3 26 92 9 0 1 8 217: 6 4.o
2,227 27,546 16.9 4,347 d 24.6 34,375 10,090 1,022 26,103 2,470 76.2 29.1 10.3 1947 Southern Pacific Cooman h / ...... 19 9 2,22 16014F57 23.7 214626 d 37.41 200,026 59,150 6,121 153,614 15092 76..
9,2115 23,562 5,723 32,130 10,1425 272 27,902 3,062 6.2 32.1 4 4.9 19. 19% 2,2116 129,732 39,1.1 126,346 70,20 5,71-7 169,316 11,217 90.9 32.0:O6 43.0
9,775 23,655 23.2 142541 d 24. 3o,698 10,252 1,19 24,215 1,62? 72.9 36,6.9 1947 UnionPacific.....................22.2 21,7 d37.19 5,:27 .06o 139,6 15.6O1 79.30.9 36
Southwestern Region:32,99 d10 3, 91 656 1 25,2 2,353 79.1 30.2
3,25 16.5 1160 5,762 7 4, 2 43 72. 29.71941 3,253 26,79 1 651.6 31:g4
5,.9291746. 12Mlsoouri-ansas-Texas Lines...............................3,253 22,923 4,125 2929 9923,21 2,2 79.7 305 3
7,011 12,279 14.5 1,3114 d 14. 14,212 0O5 664 12,412 290 23.6 36.2 41.1 1914 M issouri Pacific #..............................a1 7,033 26.929,2 3,9
.194.7o23.2 d:26.90559 686 27,3 3,9 12 77.0 233.
7,020 10,721,570 13:171 05 652 11,139 901 2.7 34.9 41.1 1941 6,2 33.5
1,273 4,322 19.3 559 d 32.9 I 1:4 192 793690 ,776 291 Texas & Pacifi..................................19%U 1,273 19,19 952d1. 27,70 258, 1,102 20,61 3362 7 46.o 30.7
7.67O7911 2645 26.0 27,750t,19471172610142 73962 74
160 24 .1d 6 94 2, 9 9 62760 4. 191 t .Lo.SonFrancisoo............................. .; 1, 39 219.19195:711k_ 5s95o3 al

160 252A307 2711 263 3 25.7 2.3 9 19U19 16od140.0 74a 5023,171 9.9 20 3.5
1,575 3,05,.d592 d- 9.2 1,12 1,147 1227 2,72 76 67.11 q270 117 7St.LouisSouthwesternLinean #..19.......575 21,230 22.9 371 d 61.3 26,0112 6,91S 71 1,221 5,320 60. 2 2.0 2

1,1526.5 7 1 .........................9 3 820:7,

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U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1947-O0-750175


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SDoecrease or deficit.




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