Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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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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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OP TRANSPORT ECONOMIC AND STATISTICS


Staement No. M-150
AUGUST 147


Subject to revision


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


FOR THE NUOTe OF AUGUST 1947 AND 1946 FOR EIGHT MIOTHS EiDED WITH AUGUST 1947 AND 1946
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenseseer
______________________{Percent Percent Freight Passenger e pr Percent Percent
miles Freight Passeght Passenger _______________vale mnte tr
____e8___re _______ _eneN Net Oper- mainte- trns- Ae e Depreci- ave-elway stingcanoe tation
of road P- Depreci- railway eating nanoe portation Region, road, and yeareiles-All ationIn- oper- rma tinpnanepeln
operated All tion 1- oper- ratio expenses expenses o road Per- Per- e ludedexpne
at cea per P Total sainte- eluded Total ating (per- of oper- of oper- operated Amount cent cent Total Ite- I Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
cent in pre- iAmountcanoeI income cent) sti
of month Amountnt n- Amount n nan on nedin n n odng *n
cnrneedn eene eene 0ase crease columnr~zns 5Y05
crease crease column revenues revenues .r .oree er "" n
(a) (b) (c) (d) () (f) (it) (h) (1)1W(JIW(I)()(1) (W()=).(o) -(Plq)-(r)W(ti -u)2(,)-) w)W1- (7))(1--u-
(Money items In thousands of dollars)* tMoney items in thousands of dollars)-
204 584 $553,790 9.1 $89,387 d 16.5 $694,938 $218,264 $28,805 $53o0,016 $73,865 76.3 31.4 38.7 1947 Total--Roads listed herein ................. 1947 204,665 $4,191,811 22.6 $615,463 d 28. $5,211,616 1,671,954 $228,462 4,O89,080 6,658 78.5 32.1 o.o
204808 50765 106998 66141 214983 27,439 521,781 75,698 78.6 32.4 39.9 1946 1946 204,796 3,418,218 858,414 4,636,918 1626,4 217,531 3,922,730 275,077 8. 35.1 2.5
Mew England Region:
1,762 4,828 2.5 1,617 7,017 2,191 275 5,520 505 78.7 31.2 42.1 1947 Boston & Maine........................... 197 1,762 3,321 14.o 10,360 d 11. 54,699 17,374 2,229 43,.139 3,893 78.9 31.8 4.
1:762 4,713 1,763 7,058 2,170 275 5,508 780 78.0 30.7 42.2 1946 1946 1,764 34,581 11,676 50,546 17,195 2,153 2,803 1,726 84.7 34.0 4.7
1,843 6,561 d 4.0 5,440 d 13,103 3,620 87 10,182 9245 77.7 27.6 41.6 1947 New York, New Haven & Hartford # ........ 1947 1,8O 55228 13.1 37,502 102,271 29,960 3,881 82,766 980 80.9 29.3 2.8
1:843 6:833 5:465 13,325 4,165 493 11:419 621 85.7 31.3 45.8 g1946 1946 1,841 8,837 O1,325 97,962 31.189 3,948 84,57 d677 86.3 31.8 5.5
Great Laces Region:
3 ,84o d 0.5 296 15.6 4,278 1,491 150 3359 42 2 78. 34.9 386 19 Delaware Hudon ....................... 1..9 7 31,874 22.9 1,624 23.8 34,58 11,579 1,239 2644 91 764 335
3:861 256 4:235 1:565 174 3,393 600 80.1 37.0 38.6 194 1 46 25932 1,312 2812 7 1,7 243 9586.9 3.5
973 5,287 10.3 941 d 4.0 6,816 1,929 343 5,233 79 76.8 28.3 43.4 1947 laare, Laawanna & West .......... 19 973 41,320 22.7 6,779 d 4.1 52,663 14,861 2,761 41,281 5,407 78.4 28.2 45.0
973 .793 980 -- 6;275 1,81 334 5,034 80.2 28.9 .2 1946 19 973 33,674 7,066 4,788 13,781 2,650 38,953 2,324 87.0 30.8 50.3
2,229 11,226 6.1 758 d 6.2 12,823 3,743 567 10,190 943 79.5 29.2 43.6 1947 Erie .................................... 1947 2,229 86,562 24.8 4,787 d 27.9 98,058 28,486 4,431 78,041 7,023 79.6 29.1 43.8
2,242 10,577 80 -- 12,185 3,559 534 9,910 1,323 81.3 29.2 45.3 1946 1946 2,242 69382 6,636 81,300 25,617 4,166 72,4s81 ,d297. ... 89.2 31.5 49.7
972 3,530 28.3 286 27.7 4,069 1,393 168 3,265 425 80.2 34.2 41.4 1917 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 1947 972 26,001 41.6 1,538 d 22.4 29,621 9,232 1,347 23,686 2,704 80.0 31.2 44.0
972 2,751 224 3,177 1,220 172 2,983 d 1 93.9 38.4 50.2 1946 1946 999 18,361 1,981 21,839 8,781 1,336 21,721 d 1.782 99.5 0.2 53.1
1252 5 398 2.4 431 d 15.1 6,215 1,770 264 4,956 630 79.7 28.5 46.0 1947 Lehigh Valley............................1947 1,253 41,591 16.1 3,06 d 32.3 47,815 14,215 2,115 39,226 3,566 82.0 29.7 6.1
1:254 5,269 508 6,212 1,820 268 4:854 774 78.1 29.3 43.3 1946 1946 1,255 35,821 4,523 4, 45? 12,111 2,12 35,993 2,762 82.8 27.9 48.4
10,746 39896 d .7 12,597 d 10.9 58,135 20,996 2,773 449,1 2,504 85.1 36.1 42.7 1947 New York Central a/ ..................... 1947 10,746 321,544 22.9 85,594 d 16.2 453,228 153,416 21,898 382,230 18,526 84.3 33.8 44.2
10,746 4,157 14, 14i 59,500 19,826 2,592 4:,l18 4,779 80.9 33.3 41.6 194 946 10,746 261,563 102,154 -- 402,327 10,751 20,694 356,417 12,165 88. 35.0 46.6
1,687 6.4 155 d 17.6 7,640 2,274 223 5,522 922 72.3 29.8 36.8 1947 Mew York, Chicago & St. Lou. .......... 1947 1,687 57,164 28.7 1 7 d 47. 5 ,632 17,361 1,39 43,600 6,386 73.1 29.1 7.9
1,687 188 7:234 1,894 201 5,031 1,978 69.5 26.2 37.6 1946 1946 1,687 44,422 1994 47,453 14,875 1,685 37,989 5,066 8o.1 31.3 1.8
22 3 3121 18.1 119 d 1.9 382 1,181 199 2,565 702 7.8 9 35.0 19 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................. 194 223 22,565 44.1 789 .9 24363 9,580 1,752 20,119 4,669 82.6 39- 56.
229 264 121 85 1194 29 269 380 85 41.8 8.1 194 1946 229 15,663 782 17,142 9,208 1,887 18,613 i,906 108.6 53.7
2 393 6,790 10.3 570 d 19.7 7,842 2,294 276 5,886 739 75.1 29.3 39.0 194 Wabash ................................... 1947 2,393 5 ,55 24.4 3,7o4 d 31.2 61,177 1Z,352 2,189 45,146 6,549 73.8 28.4 8.8
2:393 6156 709 7:304 2,206 268 5784 580 79.2 30. 1.8 1946 196 2:393 430 5,386 51,818 16,290 2,141 42,829 4,15 82.7 31.4 5.5
3,93 6,156 797 o, 22o6 2 5,794 50 79.2 19 94I
Central Eastern Region:
6194 26686 7.1 2,228 27.3 30,657 10,579 1,172 25,499 2,611 83.2 34.5 42.2 1947 BSaltimore a Ohio........................ 1947 6,194 204,888 28.5 16,146 d 32 235,005 79,545. 9299 19,114 2,0 6 33.8 12.2
6:139 24,912 3,066 29,372 10,02 1,135 24,232 3,012 82.5 35.4 40o.8 1946 1946 6,139 159,413 26,126 196,652 77,299 8,91 180,516 4 91.8 39.3 449
418 22 5 d 6.6 d 6.6 3291 9 15748 2,88767 d 166 8.1 27. 194 Central of Mew Jersey 9................. 194 4196 2,18,837 d 21.5 :861 a 14 24,64 7.594 182 21:919 d 2.2 88.9 308 512
2 3 39 157 2189 0 27.7 4 1 1941 1946 620 24,005 4,487 30,33 9,871 1,651 27,399 d 1:4W 90:2 32.
213 1,486 41.8 21 17.0 1,529 385 65 930 747 60.8 25.2 31.8 1947 Central of Penns.ylvania ................. 1947 213 11,471 152 11,863 3,193 474 7,537 5,311 63.5 26.9 2.4
230 1:048 18 1:077 367 52 800 291 74.3 34.1 35.7 M 1941946 22 1,048 18 1,077 399 76 837 631 77.7 37.1 36.1
910 1,750 3.2 4o4 d 5.8 2,361 710 88 1,913 105 81.0 30.1 42.3 1947 Chicago & Eastern Illinois............... 1947 910 13,912 23.7 2,617 d 18.0 18,370 6,071 707 15,753 421 85.8 33.0 44.1
910 1696 428 2,:303 807 93 1,988 47 86.3 35.0 43.1 1946 1946 910 11,248 3,190 16,007 6,178 711 15,20 d 1.302 95.0 38.6 46.7
391 2,655 22.5 3,154 14 7 2,036 4 64.6 22.6 8.2 194 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................194 391 21 9 57.6 2,153 5282 158 60 355 2 1
391 21 2,70ba ] 77 4 3l9.............1,:3 5.O,13 29213:8603559S 33
32703 633 7 1,862 46 68.9 23.4 51.6 194 16 392 1 45 3,685
376 1,176 d 5 339 8.6 4 5 4 333 566 721 4 447 197 Long Island............................. 194 376 9,37 4.5 200 d .1-- 31,291 8,930 1,541 26,092 d 4 83..4 28.5 .2
376 1,330 3,076 4 1,039 190 3,311 553 71.81 22.5 45. 5 19461946 8,741 20,429 30,680 7,831 1,508 24,060 551 78.4 25.
10,116 57,542 5.1 14,585 d .5 78,3 25,6 3,474 6,30 6,893 83.4 32.89 4:7 1941 Pennylvn a............................ 1 10,116 435,699 26.1 106,250 d 26. 590,644 1974o08 28,.87 511,861 23,085 86.7 33. 47.8
10,12Z Z ; 9 531,OS 19 -274 2, 24,:' ,, 2-96 9.
10,121 5733 17,891 78,0o4 27,261 3,417 66 5,637 87.3 34.9 47 19466 35,3595 92.93
1,___85_ .0 67 99,7761358,6,222d7,75562 5,74.579653.6
1,37 8,6 50 673 d 2. 967 5 ,622 7,705 1,01 76.9 37.1 7: 194 Reading ................................. 194 1,358 66,232 19.3 d 27.: 6 2 4 ,597 579 8,212 76.7 34.1
63 61 213 9 779 336 196 16 155.511 3,520 55,561 4,065 84.7 37.0 3.
690 9: 65 3:112 7: 9 133626606 25247,615
53 ,54 1.07 673 d 29.0 3 69, 114 6 6%j 1,01is 69Oil 9.9 194
37 3,504 16.7 21 d 29.0 3,659 1,164 161 2,543 696 69.5 31.8 32.8 1947 western Maryland ........................1947 837 26,063 34.0 131 d 55.0 27,403 8,553 1,202 18,891 5.011 68. 1.2 2.6
859 3,00 50 53,165 1020 143 22o0 94 69.5 32.2 32.0 194o461te 8n39 19,456 290 20,650 6,816 1,128 15,288 3,171 74.0 33.0 54.5
5,054 26,070 15.0 1, d 10.3 28,90 ,481 1,280 19,781 4,959 68.4 293 33. 19 Chesapease & Ohio ....................... 194 50 184,695 34.2 8,116 d 2.6 202,118 63,410 10,142 16,1 29,896 72. 31.4 34.7
5:052 22:661 1:3 25,3 7o4 1212 16598 5 278 32. 19 194 5,040 137,579 12,048 156,342 51,870 9,639 118,197 20,842 75. 33.2 36.0
2,11 13,06 11-.5 67 d 32.1 14,23 4,147 719 956 3,515 60.8 28.2 28.1 194 Norfolk & Western. ........................ 14 2,10 986 5 33.3 493 A 1 6977 ,70 5 7,264 22,539 657 31.6
218 12:,113 97 13, 3 2 9 ,788 703 8 4 3,24- 5 60.5 5 28.2 27.7 1946 21946 ,2:16 ,01 8,005 81,97 9,034 5 1 19,256 14,908 71 334.4 9.
Southern Region,.5:1

33 218 08 --_ 67 9 865 1,7 98.2 7 4453.8 45.3 1947 1947 57337 1,2 ,0 9226829 491235 7. 573.
,5 6,5 85 2. 8,1 32,1 3,9 6103 3749.2 4. Atlantic Oast Line...................... 2.5 9 4 1 7.7, d 16 8,8 35,93 2,827 7,55 2,0 78 87.0
571,4 2,03 774 2 5 4; 1669 2.8 31.O 3r.5 13 194i 2 3 4 677? d 15 7 1 1,627 594 2 8 89.0
5,7 ,5 ,1962 5133 1 3552 94-5 43.3 41941949469;9,48:;14C 4,510 35,927 2,50897 ,78 d 1,007 92.2
1,816 2,28 4. 24 2,14 13 :34 d 16 9.8 3. 52.2 1947 Central of Georgia ................... 1947 1,16 17,217 8.3 1,7 d 41.1 21,136 7229 1,039 19,682 103 93.1 34.2 55
816 22 313265 889 21 24836 93.5 33.5 0.6 1946 1946 1,816 15,901 3,354 21,229 7,257 935 19,757 1 0 93.1 34.2 4.
337 2,465 12.6 276 d 10. 5 2,80 958 125 2,003 461 69.8 33.4 31.3 1947 Cincinnati, Mew Orleans & Texas Pacific 1947 337 19,602 27.9 1,916 d 31. 22,631 7,282 949 15,15 3,943 68.1 32.2 3.6
337 2,189 308 2,6 7 8 95 115 1,973 353 7.5 33.6 35.3 1946 1946 33 15,321 2,805 19,282 6,8821 918 1 ,921 2,345 77.4 35.7 36.0


4;^ 6:45 9- 150 ^ ^ o ^ 55 ^ 75 875 7: 4:3 ^6 B. ^ ^........................ ^ ,6 6^4 29^ 6 ^71;0 572 lo3W705 3].7 o:
"O13 2,1o6 304 4 616 74.2 345 317 1947 GufMobile & Ohio...................... .......0 1 6 l. 39,370 2. 455 12983 2,218 3 5 6 749 33. 32.5
2975,618 2,023 215 4,169 82.1 36.0 37.0 199,356 4 7433
2,904 56FN 1941 2,04 32,334 6, 70 42,252 1,811l 1,686 37, dL 1089. 39.83.
6512 15,619 4.4 2,651 .9 20,141 6,935 957 15,270 2,l4 75.8 34.4 32: 107 Illinois Central.........................194 6,582 125,o65 19.0O 16,827 d 22.1 157,6480 52,855 7,612118,323 17,062 75.135
652 14,958 2,627 18,785 6,535 991 14,616 1,894 77,8 34.8 3.4 1 46 1946 6,599 105,053 21,591 135,870 58,11.1 7,360 110,837 10,058 81.6 35- 3.
4,766 12,857 1.2 1,653 d26.7 15,334 5.544 5 12,794 1,270 83.4 36.2 41.9 1947 Louisville & Nashville...................1947 4,768 105,000
4:759 12,708 2,25 15,825 5,166 6 12271 1,996 77.5 32.6 39.7 19 194,758 86,782 17,20 111,101 39,647 O, 793 93,08 9,551 83.8 35.7-17 .2
1,0531'a2 2,042v 7.5 2 d 242'1 o927 9 2.175 26 89.8 3. .43.2 19467 Hahille, Chattanooga&St.,Louis.......1 1,052 16,900 13.3 ,1600 d 42.3 20372 6,876 738 17,051 1,235 83.7 3.41
1,54,9025 233 1003 5 ,6 6 99.0 4.1 51 194614 1,053 14,919 2,770 19,386 8,175 701 18,458 d 477 95.2'2 .235.
,156 6 178 d1,16 2,d723.0 5 [47-5 .619 o ........................19o19 ,156, 62,7499 12.9 11:611,366 d 26. 79 :00 267122:164 :08 7:40233.5
6 ,484 14,976 1.5 2,000 d 32.7 18,097 6,078 678 14,212 1,589 78.5 33.6 :9.2 1947 Southern.................................194 7 6,484 121,648 14.3 14,028 d 4. 1,195 4,781, 5,220 113,131 13,5o6 77.9 3.6
6,484 14,753 2,974 18,939 6,374 584 15,17526 79.9 33.7 .7 1956 1946 6,484 lO6,454 24.,914 140,688 4,0931 5656 115,629 10,982 81.5 50.7
19:99 1,13 1: 699 49-93 11, 961-


SPercent increase computed on units of dollars.
# Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


* Report of trustee or trustees.
/ Includes Boston & Albany, Lessor to New York Central.
SDeorease 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 AUGUST 1947 AND 1946 FOR EIGHT MONTHS ENDED WITH AUGUST 1947 AND 1946
Operating revenue, Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Percent PercentePer PaPerentePerc
Set Oper- mainte- tran s- Average rePasengeret ainte- trans-
Miles Deprecia- railway atlng nance portatlon eon roadand year le A Depreci atn oper- ratiO exenSe expene
orodtion in- oper- ratio expenses expenses Region, road,adyermiles Ali ation In-or- raila tionegunse xene
OAf road l ton In- per- ratio expense enses f road Per- Per- Total malnte- ud Total atlng (per- of oper- of
operated Per- Per- Al oluded Tot. eating (per- of oper- of oper- operate Amout t Amount cent nani e ne r a- income nt) ating at
at close o ou_ nt c ent ntta mai in o re- Iot income cent) eating eating revenues n -mnrenues
of month In nc eding revenues revenues crease crease ou -reve
crease crease colmjn o
h) (b) (a) (l W (e f) (R) (h) I () / .0 nI j) a ( -C) to) (r) () I(t) (u) (v) ( v) I (x) () I) (a)
~~(~~m~~~(Money items In thousands of dollars)(MoneyItemsIn thousand* of dolar)
(Noney items n thousanorthwestern Region:
6,o64 ,1,316o 3.1 1 ,603 d 15.5 15, 3 $4 874 $ 67: $12,4197 1,130 799 31.4 41.7 1941 Chicago &North Wester ........................... 9194 804 4 66: ',3,737 d 3 1 ,0. *9606 ,0, 5 37 3
6,065 o10,9603,079 15:672 4,4867 611 11,807 2,451 75.3 26.6 40.7 196 194 *:05 69 37Plko2 P 630 6,20 91,009 3:10 :57.5 36.145
1,o 1+ 1194. 1,500 1 .469 22.2 656 d 63 1.7 5,7.71 716 5,2 1,195 61.0 29.2
1 12.. 6 d .6 2621 1 1 93 2 066 2g 76. .29.4 4 .o 194 oChicago Great Western ............................. 194 1,500 1 9 215d0 1 ,676 5 471 15,696 30 :
00^ 2^ 1. 2;1 7^ 5^ 1.:999 ; li i7 4R:4 19U 1:500." -- R:** I 49 5,4 71 15,65 d 3 7 99l4 5:% 3Z:
-- 145 2,421 7 9 192 62.5 29.5 4 194335,1,500
1066 11:3 1 0: 0 2 _3::_ 41:6191 6 ,oago,61ilwa1. St. Paul. &.P1a97P7l 1.......... 1 17,547 23.- 1270 d 29.9 1 ,171 7 9 41.7
10,733 1,63 d 517 052 9 q 9 1 16 0. 4 1.4 194 1, .. 19 0,33 9 4 20,5 129,721 48 ',A5, ,7 90.0 3 4.3
1~~~~~: 44,:3, d- 22,1,a, o7 ,1o93852. 6 g.,ooos. ,,,, sepo54P o
l 14 9.4. 3 7 d 7.63 116 20 S1 6 7 3 r 43 Chicago, St. Paul, in apols & Oaha.......... 194 1 16,259 23.1 1,79731 d 2 1 0 1 54 61 31 4.
17:7 194. Z1. 1,616 "6____._,_7d'' O 1, ,P-I1 J
7.5 107 1,676 35 73.2 44. 1994 194 1,616 13,210 2,303 17,302 o 5914. 957 16,074 d 10 92.9 34
S0 6.1 d 15.6 5,668 102 2,192 1,926 6.7 022.1 194 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Rangs....................... 19 54 2 17,55 133 519,67 6 2555 6 4 ,913 331 6496 F: 1
106 lO.7 1,40:1 d 1 .9 17,06 5,' 95o 11,612 2:675.69.1 29.1'6 3.3 : 1997 eouat Nor ther.................................... 1947 6;j ;,33|3 9,1 20.9 6,763 2. 116,577 71,695 59 | 32 1 4 77.0 3 5.2 36.0
17 15,92 5:,1 6 1 ,95 2 4 5. 1. 3.63 7 333 1 19 46 1946.o 6aci33 .233..35.11,607...103............1319 3 9,775. 7 6,76 9; 990 62.0 365 37
83 9 11,29 3 12240,
14, 40 d 179 6252 e.194724.7 19,322 7 4,3317,1 4. 664.


715 Ce nta 6 29 6 19 4 Gr West ern Pcf .................................. 8 2 .,1
3,224. 231 4.3 1 d 12.2 26, 00 1 2 6 94 34 44:. 196 Minneapoliso St. Pau & Snault Ste Marie_. .......... e 194 3, 224 16,936 16.0 1.,071 d 9 3 1 ,96 7 6 I3 l9.5 .







'^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ : 1 9. + 1^ +7 71 9. ^% 9 ^ ^ ^7 Kna iySuhn ....................... h + o 7 .9:+ .4.:. : ; ^4 ^ g^ 4; ;
2-2 33.1 2 ;7 4 6 224 14 1 1 1 g 235 11
3,24 213219296 2,562 9 1002 2,24 123' 6 37.69437419o3.6 194 19 232o5A 14,35519,1 61,o3 162
6,919 9,926 7.9 763 d 1.1 11,690 4,417 593 941 1 6 6 5:0.5 37.69 35.1 194 Northern Pacific.................................. 19 6,20 75,954 24.2 4l, d 52.2 9866 4,213 04 08 6169 1926 6oR
6,920 9,20591237 3,3 37 6 6 0 65 6 79 7 75.49322 35. 194. 4031 6,77 61,13 7 79
1051 190 75 2 d 31.9 2 215 4 66 1 614 337 2.9 26. 404 1947 Wisconsin Central # .......................... 19 1,051 15,63 231 46. d 49. 17,6 43 3 526 12,256 2550 71.3 25. 4.
1oo1 4511a12 19.7 1 1.9 1755,2. 03 4 i Ce r srn g :1117, 319
107 33212 22.2 4 676 d 1.4 4. 1 129,414. 4,594 71.0 32.2 325 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe ................. .194 1 07 4 20.5 34,056 d 3.6 2 447 96 14,57 216,76 3 3 7 9 33 4
13,065 27,164 5,976 36,9'214 1,1 1,62 26,105 3,679 76.3 35.0 35.0 1199 1941 13,1065 19,1 655227170 9,13 1,9 205,761 29.69695. 3.
6,660 16,517 15.0 2,006 d 16.1 20,216 4,916 659 12,441 3,43 61. 24. 31.9 1947 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy...................... 19 4 6,666 114,644 16.7 11; 41l d 42.0 136,666 36,036 6.672 93,361 20,692 67.2 27.43.
6,666 14,359 2,453 -16,447 5,431 616Z 12,229 3,193 66.3 29.11 31.6 1946 19 6,665 96,612 20,427 129,676 36,656 6,302 91,474 16,177 70.4 29.63.
7511 16 2,53 67.9 27.1 34.1 1947 Chicago, Reck Island & Pacific #................. 14 i ;7,6 93.6 21.6 15,20 d 26.3 1 7 33 5 63
.651 10,972 2:764 14:,66 4,41 62o lo: 636 2,0 71.5 29.7 34.7 1954 194 7652' b661 ,2 10 6,51 6 323 4,71 6 ,700 11,05
2:6 12.106710 299Denver & Rio GrandeWestern...................... 19 4 6266 8 19.4 22 d 62.9 12,1271 2,07 0,o 70.1 3.2
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5.66 2 4,963 d 16.6 35,4668 9 ,925 1,026 26,37 3,162 74.3 26.0 .9Southern Pacific Co............................. 1941 6,2U7 2159 18.7 34,375 d 3 270,706 76,793 6,176 206,346 21334 76.2 29
9:2 5.597o5 4 91 11 4 8 s 67 o oM 6o33 228,31 6 664189.6
5,97 3524.7 11,71 969 29,54 2,542 63;1 31.4 4 3.9 191994 29 1 ,25564 92 762,013 16,36 9.1 36.3
9 ,14.2 4 ,7 d 19.2 3 4: 19 .10 ,5M 1,3202 26,2 60 3,702 946:Union Pacific ................................... 1... 9,776 204,951 24.3310 1 3, 256,349 7 449,4 66 1 067 21,91 6 4 .6
5 03 026,250 4:1:9,776 164,6859 46,76 2 0976,061,76560
1 9 +1 o .+ + + i :+ + + 1 9 + + + P c f i 9 ; 1 2 :1 + 1 6 4 9.d 6 9 .9 2 4 4 9 9 29 1 1 1 2 + 00 o g 6 ; +3 .
6.d 577 2 2.12;614Western Pacific..................................19 16 5.6 119 2 6 6 92,0
;6 1 S s e11 210415 4o 27 "o 6 ,69833 1 909 2?, 3 2,536 79.1 32
1,110 2,3 27.2 263 01 2a6 2 2 194.3 64. L: 19 International Great Northern #.................. 1~. 1,110 1,13 15.3 1,609 d 31.0 17,6242 6,567 638 16,26 720 64.. 3
372 d 3.1 2926 92ou92 2wo6s2 e.4 32eg194nL
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690o 2,630 9.2 136 d 26.3 2 797 02 9N 1,764 6691 9.9 23.6" 32.6 1947 Kansas City Southern............................ 194 690 20,270 24.2 92 d 57.6 22,672 5 ,4 0 6 13,o. 4 6 60.6 24
169 2,2'06.7 27 74 55 7 16 1,773 494. 39 23. 6 34.0 194 19U 690- 16,326o 161971,721 i 602 13:011 3,? 66.0 24.1
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3,2 4 32.7 3,53 1714 206 4,465 7F 70.3: Z,.3.3o 3,7F 17:1ssouri-Kansas-Texas.Lines.........................1.,26.4:19419.7o6'666 4oas-. 12656n1s76.32,561..........0 3
3,253 Z:194 637 5,:.99 1,910 166 4,4.1b 22 64. 3.6 7 39.5 194.61994 3:2, 3 31,570 5: 54071 N1 251 ,,
21,797 21.1 1,495 d 30.8 17,554. 5,54 662 12,9J5 2,335 73.9 .194 Missouri Pacifi o #............................194 7o027 106,444 22.2' 1,660 d 27.0 1 416 ,1024 o 9914 104 ,4"' 6 .31
7,080 12,210 2,159 15,756 5,193 662 11,961 2,:29 75.9 32.9 36.6"1946 194 7:080 66,769 14,!593 13,666s 37,774 5: 66 90,651 '10, 995 3
1,294 4,611 36.7 606 d 26.1 1,3626 195 4,225 617 75.0 26.9 "Texas & PacificL................................. 194 1,6 2,601 25.4 d4
3 36.7o616odo27.16,1 02 1 7 26 2.7 36.1
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1,60 3," 13.4. 12" 3,77 ,60 4 267 31 70.6 21.1 4.: 194.7 St. Louis-San Fanoso3Tex.... ..................... 194. 7 15.6 102 d 6.6 o2,706" 66,1-onFnc3 32sco.. 2,07 2. 7.9..3.6
41o60.Z3566,36331 65 34. 607307 76.7 25.7 4.1 1946 14462 5: 02,1414177, 2,,9 74 00,943 13 9 0. 2 45.6
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16 1 ,4o26 .9 :79 2 4 .42r 1,10 6N 2 19 Texas & Hew Oleans...............................19 461, 41 19.50 d353 4o21 18,69P 1,9692 5. 9,710 66.
429 29 2 921924.,821210 ,1 19 1,9176,016 23,73 1,966 0960.5


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Decrease or deficit,
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1947-0-750175




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