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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 )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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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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ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00081
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Preceded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam roads
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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INTERSTATE C
BUREAU OF TR


L U.S DEPOSTORY OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING


Oct6'47


COMMERCE COMMISSION
ANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


Statement No. M-156
JULY 1947


EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS


FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 1947 AND 1946 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH JULY 1947 AND 1946
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expense
P roenh PercentFPercent
Miles Freight Passenger Dereo- et per- nt- tran- Freight Passenger Operan expensePercent Percent
of roadaton n- railway atlng nance portation Deprecl- Net Oper- mainte- trans-
operat oed Atl io i- 1 e e Region, road, and year Averoge anle e railway ating nance portation
o dPer. Per- luded stnpar- ratio expenses expenses ils Per- Per- Alloper- ratio expenses expenses
at close cent t Total malnte- in-. e Total ating (per- of oper- of oper- rle: Per- Per- n Totale Ae aint- o lued Tatinw t e.pe.. sepea
uoth cent Amount cn in- tnane ing income cent) eating ating or d roa cent Amount cent an in pre- oal atincoe (pcen,- ting n
rease reae colun revenues revenues operated in- n nance ceding incoe cent) atng atng
crease crease column revenues revenues
(a) (b) () (d) ) (f) (I ) ( ) (I) (1) I ) (o ) I) ) i ) (t) (u) (y) (w) (x) () () (a)
moneyy tem in thousands of dollars)* n thousands of dollars)*
20:,6 73 04 25 d 16. 7: *216,524 $2,66 519,60 $55,9 .9: 32.9 9.!:6 194 Total-Roads listed herein .................o 21 ,6e,024 25.0 ,26p3d .. 96 o lla7
H1207,794 27, 50,17 57,9 7 33.0 0New England Region: 20793 2910,57513,972,775 ii,50 190,099 3,0,95 199,30 5.6 35.5 42.9
1,762 4, 7 5.0 1 8 d o.6 6,696 2,184 2 544, 402 81.3 32.6 43.0 194 Boston & Maine ............................. 1941,762 34,2 15.9 9743 d .47,62 15,13 1,'95 37, 619 3,32 78.95 3. 4.
1762 42, 1:754 6.57 21,143 2 ,3 506 91.3 32.5 47.2 1^ 1:7 64 29 .7 7 ,7 8915
1,765 6593h1:h5al6,557 59 354 3 946 19** 1,764 29,762 9N7,6913 443,49 1,9025 1,579 37,2957 46 2.25. i
1 6172 d 1.7 138 12 602 67 7 0272 :5 129.2:1 4: 194 ew York, NewHaven & Hartford #......... 49 ,661 15.9 32,062 .616 26,372 2 29.5
Great Lakes Region: I 1,19 42,00"35,5692, 37 27,02 373,162 d 3:293 a .4 31.9 40.5
S3 ,660 13.0 325 64.2 4,121 190 14 3,244 42 7. 36. 7.3 194 Delawar & Hudso .......................... 194 034 270 1,327 25. 3 3
32319 3,539 1,291 17 3,022 305 5. 36.5 3.3 19 194 2 70 7 25.8 30,302 ,08 1,089 23,04 5 35 76.1 3.3 7.9
N 301 o 24 22,071 1,055 23,777 9,212 1,223 20,961 35 .2 .
973 97 12. 96 6,4 1,947 344 5 30. 44.6 19 Delaware, Lakawanna & Western..........194 97 33 24.9 5 4 19 6
9 4,622, 521. ,o25 32,513 11,9F 2316 33,919 1,710 58.1 31.1 51.0
4I 9 o,14 6 42 :d 1: 9 E n J &63 554 869 44.9 iEri e..... ........................... 194
2,229 10,121 6.3 7432 315.4 11,31 3,,693 554 969 77 8.5 31.3 194 Erie .1947 2,229 75,336 25.1 4,029 d30.,9 55,235 24,743 3,264 67,550 6,01 79.6 29.0 43.5
23242 9,539 976 11,105 3,455 536 9,612 1%47 5......4.o 194k21941 2,242 55,204 5,825 69,115 22,057 3632 62,570 d 1.366 90.5 31.9 50.5
972 3027 12.4 209 d i6. 3,512 1,229 168 3,104 1 gg.4 36.7 46.5 1947 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 197 0972 522471 44.o 1,252 d 2 .7 2 7, 1,1 1 1 20,421 320.7 '.4
972 2,692 249 3,213 1,136 171 2,562 d 13 59.1 35.3 47.9 194bIQ 17 1,003 15,61o 1,757 12 ,66 7,561 1,164 15,737 d 100. .5 42.5 53.6
S44 5.6 413 25. 545 111 265 71 26 7.6 31.4 .6 19 Lehigh Valley ...........................197 125 36,193 1.563212444 51 34,270 2,936 24 9
:29 4,929 553 5,855 1,7 242 4,715 520 20.5 25.7 45.9 1949 1,25 30,552 4,015 37,24 10:291 1,559 31,139 1,9885 3.6 27.6
O74 3927 4-5 13,276 d 56912 19 70 2l 1 7,753 ;2,797 3.9 34.7 2.5 194 New York Central a/ 3..................... 1 0,74 28127.2. 997 d 35 132,420 o
S19 10,746 221,o ,013 32,27 120,925 18,103 305,309 7,386 89.9 35.3 7.5
1,7 6463 3.6 1 d5 o.4 604 2 274 221 4 32 .4 334 4.7 194 New York., Chicao & St. Louils 1,7 ........... 3 32.8 37 5 32
16 : 1,6: 010 lo5 I3.f ,: e .. .. .......... ... 2 1 0 4
1657 9, 1,95 ,1 9 35,6 Z | 464 73.2 2 ....... .
6,231 22756:601,924 216 1,295 75.3 29.1 39. 9 4119s7 37.5 1,2 .19 19 1,5,32,955 3,052 1.9 32.3
223 2756 7.6 12 13.4 3,034 1,206 199 254 559 4.o 8 439.02 37. 19 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie................... 194 223 19,444 49.3 60 1.4 20,92 39 13 1,55 3,966 37 4o.0 37.0
,229 2,529 1052,79 1,191 239 2, 36 9014 7.1 2.6 37. 194 194 229 13,021 661 14,22g 9 8,64 12 16,145 1,526 113.0 56.1 4.
2,393 6,323 5,2 540 d3 7,393 2,255 2 3 5,274 530 75. 4.7 1947 Wbh 14 40
2,3963 6,05 7 d25 1 7,152 ,2,52 523 5, 906 653 79.1 2 1 41.9 1946 W ab h P.. .................................. 194 2,39 4 j,4 2 26.73 ,033 15 1,9133 260:1 73.6 25.2
SCentral Eastern Region: 23 9 194 36 9 47 51 104 05 1,973 3,04 ,536 23.2 31.6 35
613941 2,7 10.7 2290 d 295.9 30022 10 106 2225127 2,2 83.7 35.0 42.1 919 lt oe & O ................. ......... 6,19 15.20 32.5 206896127 6,615 1795 3 2
6139 23,7 3091 27934 9Zd 6 2 1,3 7 23,202 9 2, .1 33.5 42.5 19.4194 6,139 13,902. 167, 20 66,59 17779 156,259 d 93 40 4
1 65 0 7 6. 210 13 2147 3 L _2 j 49.5 1947 Central of New Jersey #................... 19i 9 1,332 23, 3 N 3 15.2 2134 ,2.6
49 372 6 076 .7 5 1:2,562 31362 259 9 49.2 194194 26,32 3,555 26,555 2,90 1524,,a1454 91
213 1,419 15 1.462 352 5 905 659 621 241 319 19 Central o..an.yl..v.................. 1947 213 9,995; 131 10,334 2,2O 4o 6 ,607 4,564 63.9 27.2 325
4 19 194 32 25 37 341
91o 1,64 2.0 872 d,16. 54 ,.o : o Chicago &EasternIllinois .............. ..... 910 12,162 27.3 2,24 d 19. 16,oos 5,361 619 134 31 6. 4 .3
162 2 1 2 93 269 8 -0451910 9,551 2,7 2 13,70o4 5,370 618 13,216, 1349 96.Z 437.
391 2.376 1.1 - 2,555 15 1,963 27 20 42 .0 Elgim Joliet & Eastern ... .1
;2 11,2 13, 38 4,70 532 11:998 d 102 5.0 35.0 7
376 1,125o d 3,556 d .1 4,904 1,o04 194 3,25 51,875 670 22.5 42.3 19 Long Island ............................. 19 g6 7.o d 662,
31,.0 119 376 7, 7.4 17,065536 26, 59 1,342 22,709 d 2 554 53.1
46.194 376 ,7 7.117,35 26,05 Z,792 1,312 20,749 5.651..
10o,16 53,303 2.5 14,259 d 21.6 73,690 252o14 3,547 62,961 4,359 55.5 34.0 46.o 1947 Pennsylvania ............................ 1947 10,116 375,067 30.1 91,664 d 27.7 12 329 171,73 24,l1 g446,531 16j1 7. 3..2 3.5
10,121 52,023 15,222 75:50 2 :567 3, 74 66:o95 5,229 9.1 35.0 46.2 19461946 1 121 2o79011 -66739. .53:o9 1 7,0 24,22 425,3 9 d 1 9 93.923 .:9
132 715 5.9 692 d 10.1 ,995 3,42o0 4 299 550 51,1 37. 9 :9.9 I Reading .................................194 1,328 4764 21,2 6,276 d 30.2 6R 7 21,135 07 261372195 76.4 33.6
739 2 ,5216 .7 22 d 31,6 1,207 1i6 2,o441 401 79,.0 39 .71 3 19. Western Marylando.. ....................... 1 43937122,Z59 37.1 4 98 0 23: V 57,35 1,o9 5o16 349N 1, 6 9.9 31.1
e21,5 931 141 2,039 466 71. 32.7 2: 194 19.41, 539 3, 2g9
,o171.6PcahontasReo7n:,39 16,2091745595,796113,055 2625 33.1 34:O
1,290 ,042 15 3Chesapeake & Ohio.......................167 5 0 173,2a62 126,373 24,97 733 7
;:01901:5022:620.7076 1,2130 16,299 3319.3 35ooaRgn1 5,o9 114, 918 30 O,351,30,91 9212,37273.7
655607. 3,200 101,599 15,340 77
2,1 10 9,7292 91669 d 26.7 109365 4100 719 0 3,2056 2,602 69 3727 3301 194 Norfolk & Western........................194Z ,1 8,129 37.5 3,5346 .2,253 29,6. O ll 61,300 19,024 66.5 32.1 29.5
26110 10,292 912 11,509 3:6g5 705 7,2 ,125282,42 1 32.0 30.5 191southern Region: 194 2,161go1,900 71,0 25A2Z:918 52:1,663 73.3 35.5 32,0
5,53.5 27 206,7704 2 354 929498:t; 194 Atlantic Coast Lice......................1 50 93 14,60o4d 75,129,422 274 66 2,674
307 925195717,325 74,57 31,754 2,197 62,775 d 1,599 91.5 22.6
1,16 2,120 .. 264 d 30.2: 29 8 2o 130 2,4oo0 d 2 419.3 19 CentralofGeorgia # 19,6 15,12 9.4 d16 d43.4 626 ,d9 2
12227 29: 91 1946 194 1,516 13,579 2,971 19,57 6,367 19 17,2753 930 34.3
337 2,426 5.2 252 d 34,5 2,79 12 124 1,55751 67.6 32,6 29.9 1947 Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacificl14Z 337 17,136 30.5 i,640 d343 116 6,324 524 13,422 3,421 67.5 32,0
337 2,243 362,771 550 114 1,971 45 71.1 30.7 35.2 1941 19o 337 13,132 2,497 12,:34 5,957 203 12,949 2,032 77.5 36.o 36.1
2,904 4,200 5 726 2-. 56 120 2 4560 7 L 3 1941 Gulf,Mobile & Ohio. ...........................2,904 34,354 23.1 4317029 4,,27 75.0 L.:
29419 2,904 27,9o 5,59661057 31,029 4,027 7
14,334d 27 1,71 33,051 d 1.223 90,2 .4
6,552 14,810 12.6 2,174 d 5.1 5,52 6,378 956 14-8332 1,925 87 3.65 33.6 405 ." Illinois Centrall...................... 4 62 g446 21.5 14,116 137,507 5,92
6,525 13,149 2,290 16, 6:077 921 13,536 919 37.0 .0 19 1994 6:,91 910095446 21 164 117,0950 4,576,920 ,,21 4,952o4 742.2 33.5 3
66 11,648 d 7 1,521 d 27.5 13,98g 5,532 656 12, 4 99.143-5 19 Louisville & Nashville...................19 4 4 768 92,144 24.4 9:9 2Sd41.1 107 3Z4:41 1:14 897:17 1 4
2 9126 615 4, 3 2.16.1.1914. .. 1 2 ,14 14.1 1939675. 34
1,o52 2,1 .24 3 2.d96 9g 9 2 162 149 1 .3 34.4 15 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis.......162

4,156 6,76 .5 1,,11 d 25.1 ,447 002 34 4 447 4. 35.5 40.9 1947 Saboard Air Line........................1947 ..156 6 o21. 10,204 d.26741:J26 N6a 2,530o 5M7 933.2
6 454 13,3. 4,__ 1.96 d 28.5 16,390 6,106 666 1 ,207 i,p44 4.2 37.3 4o24 1947 Southern................................1947 1 6,454 106,672216.3 12,01294J77.422.
6, 484 14544 2,751 18:32 6:271 582 14,970 1,421 .5 34.1 41.2 1946 1946 6,46 91,702 21,940 121,74742,4271 99,91 9 281.7 35.1 40.
4,7i4 5
repeo inceas copule onunas orQoiars


- rerpent increase computed on units of dollare.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


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


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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 JULY 1947 AND 1946 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH JULY 1947 AND 1946
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Percent Percent Perent Percent
Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans- Average Freight Passenger Dp i Net Oper- ainte- trans-
of road Deprecia- railway ating nas portation Region, road, and year miles a l e action In- To- o e ne
operated Per- P er- All tieon in- oper- ratio expenses ex penses ePr- P Total malnte- eluded Total sating (per- of oper- of oper-
cent cent Total mainte- Total ating (per- of oper- of oper- operated Peountlnent Amount en- rit in pre-
at lose Amount cent Amount In- nance inpr income cent) ang anoperate Amount n Amount nnance income cent) ang an
of m month in- n -ein g -revenues revenues in- in- cedingre n semu
orease orease ceding crease crease columnreenues revenues
column /
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (Ji) k) (1) (m) (n)uo) (p) (a) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) () (x) ([) ( -) -Ya)
(Money items In thousands of dollars) (Money items In thousands of dollars) *
Northwestern Region:
8 o64 $10,478 11.s $2,584 d o20. $14,577 252 877 $12,647 4486 86.8 36.0 44.1 1947 Chicago & North Western ......................... 194 8,064 $72,980 26.0 $13,872 d 32.8 $97,607 $34,370 $6,105 83,989 $3,895 86.0 35.2 44.3
8:065 9,369 3,265 14,04 4,481 84 11,552 1,346 82.2 31.9 43.6 1946 1946 8,065 57,900 20,658 88,390 33,143 5,803 79,202 1,267 89.6 37.5 45.2
1,500 2,198 21.4 83 d 52.5 2,461 757 89 2,011 183 81.7 30.7 44.2 1947 Chicago Great Western ........................... 19 1500 15,145 23.8 570 17,055 4,976 62 13,863 917 81.3 .2 45.5
1,500 1,811 17 2,177 703 89 1,827 232 83.9 32.3 45.7 1946 1946 1,500 12,232 1,356 15,076 5,226 624 13,657 7 90.6 34.7 48.9
10,733 14,249 15.2 2,287 d 12.3 18477 7136 99. 16,193 515 87.6 38.6 41.6 1947 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .......... 1947 10,733 102,016 26.2 12,035 d 32.0 126,453 42,193 6,787 103,286 8,318 81.7 33.4 41.8
10,733 12,369 2,606 16730 6,181 94 14713 452 87.9 36.9 43.4 1946 1946 10,733 so80,847 17:705 110,205 42,:064 6,5oo 100,875 2,819 91.5 38.2 46.o
61 1934 17.7 289 d 16.1 2,458 864 116 2,171 d 35 88.3 35.2 46.6 1947 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha .......... 1947 1616 14,16 25.5 1,458 d 24.7 17,137 5,476 785 14,691 354 85.7 32.0 47.6
1,616 ,644~ 344N4 2,219 651 107 1:905 85.8 29.3 49.6 1946 194 1:,616 11,250 1,936 14,739 5,329 750 14,198 d 1.449 96.3 36.2 53.2
;4 73 5 6 11.4 4 d 20.5 6,172 929 102 2,216 2,377 359 150 19 1947 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................... 1947 6547 16,94 36.1 19 d 27.9 1,g800 5,590 712 1139 4,569 56.3
8,333 12,971 26.3 1,318- d 6.6 15846 95,083 63 11,494 2,235 72.5 332.1 34.37 4 Great Northern .................................. 1947 8333 5,8o4 22.8 7,362 do 25.6 101495 36,637 4,840 79,6 9,339 7.3 362

3224 2,021 17.6 181 d 4.7 2,386 1,023 103 2275 d953 42. 45 194 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ....... 1947 3,224 20.4 d 8.6 16698 6328 7 14,763 375 4 379 44
3224 1,719 190 2,079 860 100 2,03 98.3 41. 50.0 19194 3,224 12,216954 14,270 6,015 701399598.1
6 919 9,354 20.9 697 d 30.7 11,126 4,427 55 9,146 1,275 2.2 39.8 34. 19 Northern Pacific ................................. 194 6,920 66,026 27.1 4,229 d 6,575 29,01 4,126 62,65o0 ,79 81.8 .
6,872 7,739 1,007 9,797 3,903 51 8,547 831 87.2 39.8 38.8 194 1941 6,872 51,933 9,507 86,170 27,808 3,676 61,271 3,420 89.9
1,051 1,985 19.4 79 d 32.0 2,226 603 65 1,573 242 70.7 27.1 38.2 1947 Wisconsin Central # ............................. 1947 1,051 13,658 25.8 324 d 52.2 14,971 3,758 462 10,643 2,213 71.1 25.1 4o.4
1,051 1,663 116 31,981 558 67 1 534 228 77.5 28.2 43.4 1946 et e1946 1,051 10,861 678 12,678 3,820 461 10,551 652 83.2 30.1 46.7
1 55 7 ,3 Central Western Region:
13,107 36,393 25.5 502 d 24.2 44644 13,183 1,782 29,466 7,224 66.0 29.5 31.1 194 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe ./.................. 19 13,107 201,089 20.2 L9,180 d 41.1 251,996 84,294 12266 187,374 29243 74.4 335 344
13,085 28,987 6,633 38:686 12,710 1,681 27,676 5,261 71.5 32.9 32.8 1948 19 13,085 167,2314 49,526 234,895 81,291 11,699 177,75 26,019 75.63
8S60 13,883 13.6 1,602 d3. 16,938 5,042 66 11,971 1,764 70.7 29.8 3. 1947 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .................... 19 8,866 98,127 19.3 9,833 d45.3 i18, 669 33,120 6013 80,920 16,49 68.2 27.9 34.7


I467 4,072 8.5 351 d 4.7 4670 1,573 263 3623 558 7 33.7 35. 2470 27,84 20.7 1,82 d 31162 ,589 181 24,7147 7.4
2,491 3,753 623 4,594 1,710 233 341 431 83.76 37.2 384 19467. 194061 2:491 23,070 ill7430,47 11,553 1,6149 26,2842 5 711

8 226 27,718 7.2 4,706 d 19.1 35 192 9,719 1,026 26,323 3,079 74.8 27.6 90 9417 southern Pacific Co.............................. 1947 8 228 188,175 20.9 ,29,392 d 35.0 235,218 68,868 7,150 17966 18,11 76.5 29.3
8,245 25,853 5,817 34,292 10,900 957 29,158 2,245 85.0 31.8 .0 1946 1946 8,246 155,591 45,238 220,637 81,709 6,704 198,69 13,482 90.0 37.0
9,779 25,987 13.3 4,597 d 22.0 33,352 10,486 1 204 24,907 2 333 74.7 31.4 35.3 1947 Union Pacific ................................... 1947 9,776 175,079 26.2 26,374 235.5 218,931 67,873 8,264 164,57 17,933 75.2 31.0 36.0
9,775 1122,942 5,91 31,357 9,871 1:126 24,518 2:474 78.2 31.5 38.3 1946 1946 9:776 136,708 40,907 198,292 66,4:93 7,634 160,587 13,500 81.0 33.5 38.4
, 195 2834 d 8.8 265 d 46.4 3, 914 114 2 2 382 76.5 28.6 39.0 1947 Western Pac ................................. 1947 119 19056 5.5 d 21,018 7 4 792 1415 83.2 345
1,195 3,1083495 N,163 14 2,727 563 72.8 31.1 33.0 1946 1946 1 1:066 40547 7 23,495 7,7587 00 17755 2,138 79.8 3

1,110 2,023 7.2 4 255 d_12595 2,548 837 1 82 6 2036 236 79.9 32."8 4.5 19s 2 Internatnal Great cNorthern #................... 194.7 1,1i0 2183307 13.6 1,2546 d310.2 5216674 5,676 561 1, 014 852 34 443

9 2, 113.2 9 d 3 2 6 ,708 583 598 23.4 29.7 1947 Kansas city southern ............................ .. 194Z7 890 17,671 26.7 656 d 61.1 19895 94,82 616 12,87 3,916 6.8 2.1 30.2
890 2,250 255 2:695 542 78 1,705 522 63. 3 12.1 36.1 1946 469 13,945 1,688 16,9,6 4,099 524 11,249 2923[ 66.4 4.2 34.5

323.3 433 d 2336. 6,425 1 1,2 25 41779 663 74.4 7 28.4 3.9 1947 Mestrn-Pacif-ic Lin....................... 1947 3,253 3339 17.7 29 d 3 ,39971148 1,352 30,068,167 1 8 32 .
6:195851 56 95 | 1,835 584 4,357 5082 :77. 32 .8 36.8 1946 SoutwestrnRgio -1946 '9p i,253 2,664 470 35,5 1094 1,29 28, 2 00 65 21 79.4 308 3



3,653 4 2361 1. 3 651 d40.9 6 8, 425 2,680 391 672 80 7 9.47 3.1: 42,1 1947 St. Louis-San Francisco .................... .. .194 ,549,51 2 40 6 d 51.1 5,9 18,435 2,3 46,0695 5,3 8 05 :: 42
696 8,603 14 ,351 37 64485 1,30 779.21946194 465 3,246o,31851 2 1,1527 21630 428,1715 092.8 4.
7,O1 14,6517 2.1. 1 8450 d 2o175 5,674 664 13326 2126 76.7 32.38 62 1947 it. Loui Pacific # .............................. 1941 7,030 92,657 21.33 910 d 26.3 112,O32 35,558 4641 86,129 12754 762.95.0
7160 12,57304 1,2 1506 5,199 658 12,557 31674 80.3 33.2 407 1946 1946 1701 76,558 32841 97,330 3,588 4:6o4 71,689 81556 8.8 3


1,54 456 27.9 593 d 0.6 44574 1,45 196 4,138 7264 74. 2 27.7 3827 1947 t. exas ou Pacific .............Lines.................... 1947 1,575 28,950 2319.9 330 d5.5 3,4 7,69 857 26 2 6.4 25.2 300
1,573 1658 6255Z4 l 123 23696 642 75.6 28.9 37.7 1946 1946 1,573 2, 7851,1728 2322637 9,9472 8:233 1:327 3 735 .5 33. 3 .
4645435,o96 -74 1431376947a9471,320 79.219.6,441, 73144,01 8, 41.1 194461944,645398,315,152 26306392.3 2.2



4320 7,801 11.3 1,0 2 d 21.0 9434 2,423 249 6,574 1,143 69.6 25.7 37.6 1947 Texas & New Orleans ..............................194 4320,636 19.6 61 2 d36.9 64,23 16,944 1,74 44O6 7 684 35.1 37.
4,322 7,009 1,318 8,83 2,889 239 7,037 1,241 79.7 32.7 39.6 194 6 4,322 Z,829 0,90 59,289 20,837 1:7 9 47,672 7,73011N


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Decrease or deficit. U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:1947-O--750175