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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 )
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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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Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00083
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Preceded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam roads
Succeeded by: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large railways

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


IIIIII IIIIIIII Ii l IIIyIlllllll INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3 1262 08731 0974 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS





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


U :, . .





SU.S. DEPOMTORY


Operating revenues


Freight passenger I


Per- Per- Total
Amount cent Amount cent
c rease crease
(b) (0) (d) (e) Mf)


Miles
of road
operated
at close
of month


(a)


204,541
20o4,791



1,843
1;843


973
973

2,229
2,22
972
972
1,252
1,254
10, 746
10,746
1 627

223
229
2,393
2,393
6,194
6,519
41s
419
213
230
910
910
391
391
376
376
10,116
10,121



837
839
5,054
5,052
2,10
2,161



1,816
1:816
337
337
2,904
2,904
6, 281
6,582
4,766
4,759
1,052
1,053
4,156
4,150
6, 484
6:484


4:,4T5'
6,68:
6,552
4,oo4
3,763
5,256
4,175
11,272
9,922
3,364
2,594
5,374
5,074
39,924
35,931


1,55



5,O!O
25,047
23,:690



1,438
1,313





1,783





3,3116
2,6:2






12,906
2,45


1,23 4





2,366
2,490
1,2803

512,926
11:,1293










14,129


14.9

13.3

2.0

6.4

25.9

13.6

29.6

5.9

11.1

19.1

7.0

20.3

5.7

9.3

9.5

9.5

33.5

12.6



8.1

17.7

15.1

15.3

8.7

8.9

14.6

26.1

9.5

12.4

15.9

15.7

4.1


4,779
5:14
227
259
826
833
609
596

172
16



10,914
11,113


-16
29
462
576
1 Q8



18
19
21
300
338





lt,503
16:590


14
21
1,029
1,129











2,31119
4271
173
1,051







,32





2,34722


FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER 1947 AND 1946

Operating expenses


Deprecl-
All action in-
mainte- cluded Total
nanoce in pre-
a ceding
column

(C) (h) i)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*

2 7:3 2 1


12,556 3,878 490 10,639
12,777 3,869 488 10,555
4,344 1,591 151 3,487
4,125 1,392 174 3,198
6,622 1,9 343 5,402
5,585 1,75 334 4,692
12,666 3,947 53 10,733
11,227 3,284 543 9,058
3,747 1,41 168 3,393
2,947 1,654 170 3,315
6,024 1,940 275 i,164
5,824 1,822 272 4,654
56,393 22,4o5 2,1768 2,422
51,843 19,994 2,659 F7,534
Z,478 2,379 22 5,691
,331 1,936 21' ,794
3,218 1,360 199 2,735
2,958 1,259 239 2,520
7,71 2,376 278 5,982
6,615 2,25 272 5,594
28,658 10,546 1,186 25,932
27,637 10,369 1,164 23,574


d 15.8

d 5.5

d 7.5

d 12.3

d .8

2.1

7.5

d 1 .5

d 1.2

d 4.9

6.6

d 19.8

d 23.5

2.3

d 12.3

d 11.3



11.3

d 18.6

d 6.1

d 34.1

d 3.6



d 33.5



5.1

d 13.8

2.8

d 27.3

d 44.8

d 23.6

d 31.4


1,101
920
456
394
842
851
766
595
1 296
1:030
27,997
21,762
3,650
2,936
1,112
990
9,086
6,903


4,258
3,657
820
837
924
919
2,176
1,997
344



986
964
3,202
2,967


2,949
2,578
1,oo4
889
2,129
1,996
2,170
1,752
3,587
3,129
68,218
62,674
,831
,912
2,503

20,670
16,302
9,6o9
6,012



2,412
2,389
1,922
1,908
4,713
4,390
16,020
13,809
13,295
11,624
2,336
2,213
7,409
7:011

13,899


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income


(i) I (k)


II


Region, roa


FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER 1947 AND 1946

Operating revenues Operating expenses
Freight Passenger D eM Net Peer- Paent Percent
Avera emDepreci-Net 0e- mint e- trans-
aoAverage -reit Passenger -epecin- railway ating nance portation
ad, and year oiIlesInglnamee action oe potation
af, ana year Pile AllU ilued oper- ratio expenses expenses
of erated cent Pcenrt Total maintse- in ore- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
operated Amount ce- Amount n enaee in Income cent) eating eating
crease crease column revenues revenues

1 (____________________o r) 1 (t) (u) (v (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa)


$43724
63:068



lo06
802
4oo
667
549
256
4,0



172
6h1



6;0

595
399

612
507
1,082
2,013



602
574
d 106

320
180
201
220
1, 084
6:467
649
839
617
519


2,705
2,350





503
289

36
1, 184
1.544
922
1,571
5
d6103
341
355
1,493
1,875


Percent
mainte-
nance
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(1)







30.9
30.3
36.6
33.8
29.4
31.4
31.2
29.2



31.3



31.
30.6
42.3
11.6
30.2
33.9
36.8
37.5
3o:6



9.21
36.9

24.6
214.1
28.3
24.7
37.0
33.7



31.8
33.5

932.








37.7



35.2
-6.2

j9.6
:.6
37.4
37.1


Percent
trans-
portation
expenses
of oper-
ating
revenues

(m)


40.8
41.0
42:.

44.6

39.4
39.1
46.9
46.9
46.4
:4.4
46.0
50.8
47.2
42.6
46.3
46.5
38.




36:4







46.4
44.8


41.0
43.2
48.2
47.8



110.1
4o.l
41.5
34.4
31.2












37.9


42.8
42.0
45.3
5.50
30.4
41.7


1947 Total--Roads listed herein ................. 1947
New England Region:
1947 Boston & Maine ......................... 1947
1946 1946
1941 Hew York, New Haven & Hartford .......... 1947
Great Lakes Region:
1947 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 1947
1946 1946
1947 Delaware, Lackawanna & Vestern .......... 1947

1911 Erie .................................... 947
196 1946

194 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 1947

1947 Lehigh Valley ........................... 194

1941 New York Central a/ ..................... 1947

1947 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ........... 1947

194 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................1947

19l7 Wabash .................................. 1947
Central Eastern Region:
1947 Baltimore & Ohio ........................ 1947
194 1946
1947 Central of New Jersey # ................ 4

1947 Central of Pennsylvania ................. 1947
1946 19
194 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .............. 19 4

1947 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................. 1947
1946 1946
1947 Long Island ............................. I-
194 19
1947 Pennsylvania ............................ 194
1946 194
i9.4 Reading ................................. i z

1941 Western Maryland ........................ 1947

Pocahontas Region:
19.4 Chesapeake & Ohio ....................... 19

1947 Norfolk & Western ........................ 19
Southern Region:
1947 Atlantic Coast Line ..................... 194
194 1941
1947 Central of Georgia # ................... 194
194 1946
194 Cinoinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacifio 1947
194 1946
1947 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ..................... 1947
1946 1946
1947 Illinois Central ........................ 1947
1946 1946
1947 Louisville & Nashville .................. 1947
194 1946
1947 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ...... 1947
194 1946
1947 Seaboard Air Line ....................... 1947
1946 1946
1947 Southern ................................ 1947
1946 194


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
S27.138 1,902,o ,2 57,176 4,64o,67o
9 25,856 1,830,082 25,105 4,419,956


20o4,648
204,793
1 762
1,763
1,8401
1,841
794
973
973
973
2,229
2,2412
972



10,746
10,746
1,687
1,687
223
229
2,393
2,393
6,194
6,139
418
59


910
910
91



10,116
10,121
1,358

827



2,15



1,216
1,816



2,9014
2,904
6,592
6,597
4,767
4,759

1,053
4,156
41 150
6,144
6,4m24


4,742,888
3,297,733
441,392
38,955

61,909
55,389
35,879
29,695
46576
37,849
97,834
79,303
29,364
20,955
46,964

361,46Q
297,494
64,318
50,: 31
25, 516
1c 421
6O 290
48;663
229,935
123,103
21, 226
26,191
12,909
2,362
15,695

P39,52
15,437
10,594
10, 35










415,50

29,49

19,145
158,27
ill,541
65-o06

65,9507











36, 357

1298:,5652



120; 5d2


21.7

14.0

11.8

20.8

23.1

23.4

4o.1l

14.8

21.5

27.5

38.5

23.9

25.6






21.9

54.5

5.6

23.8

17.9

31.9

31.7

30.9

7.8

8.3

26.4

22.2

17.9

20.0

13.6

13.2

13.1


11,635
13,O24

42 281
46,49o
1,851
1,570
7,605
7,:98





,917
96, 508
113,267
1,18
2,138
884
871
411,166
5,962
19,044
28:,609
4,415
5,030
170
39
2,917
3,528







5,642
7,593
144
311
,20
13,:


17,53

2,229
3,700



5,1l9
7,311
19,171
23:870
11,860
19,177
1,772
3,083

16:753

27,693


61,638
56,913
114,827
110,738
38,924
32,136
59,285
50,373
110,724
92,527
3 68

53,840
92821



67,110
53,784
27,581

68,890
58,433
263,664
224,289
21,796
33,250

4
20,654
19,144
28,265
18,811



666,357
604,562





228,952
179:901
120,94
963726
9,60

23,631
23,659
25,371
21,723

Z7 431
177,151
153,376



22,859
21,702
88,368
53,997
162,697
158,633


19,690
19,235

33,838
35,058
13,170
12, 69
16, 806
15,535
32,433
28,900
10,713

16,154



19,740
16,811
io 94o
lO:466
19 728
18:536
90,091
7:,668
8, 695
10,79i
3,649
793
6,913
7,029
6,o49
6,007
10,226
8:,261
225,405
219,035
29,384
27,183
9,666
7:,o6
72,:196
52,773



39:585

8 048
8:,094
8,206
7,801
18,159

60,198
54,277
48,44

7, 862
9,138

28,699
54,696
54,701


______ __________ ________ __________ ______________ _________ a _________ j ____________ j ______ .i _____________ A _________ L.............-..L S ________ U I.


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


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


1,150
,915
1,482
1,350
2,285
2,137
3,112
2,470
4,579

75,713
73,T412
9,440
2,770
3,50O
2,956
26,834
23,459

12,229









19,503
17,506

1T:326
8,56






2,4992
217,70

72:425

17,945


2,r33

4, 1
4:436
1,390
1,571
3,104
2,984

,710
1,515
1,506
2,390
2,399
24,667
23,353
1,964
1,900



2,413
10,485
10,077




396


672
620
1,735
1,700




3,963
1,364
1,270

,: 438

6:31o



1,164
1,059
1,074
1,033
2,523
1,911
8,570
8,2 2



833
793
3, 274
2:978

5,238


48,342
48,003

93,405
95,141
29,892
27,552
46,683
43,6115
88.22,77
81,539
27,079
25,0362
44,39o
40:269
1434,652
1103,952
149,291
42,793
22,851
21,134



220,046
204,090



8

17,892
17,200
17 997
15:612
29,68c
27,122
520,079
556,150


21,394
17,32
166,824
134,499



84,781
86,122
22,o94






134,343
1241,646

104,707
19,387
20,6:71

0,30
127,208
128,525


4,204
2,127

4,086
125
4,317
2,623
5,955
2,580








12, 01





,16 o1453

21,678
2,153



5,912
13205

A16
d 1.41l
11,005
535


1,24170



,o629
3,:691
33,153
25,312
25,243
17,251
94g




2,675

5,136
d 1,017
18,246
11,602
11,862
11,022
1,241



14,999
12,857


78.8
84.1



81.3
85.9
76.8
85.7
78.7
86.6:

80.2
88.1
81.2
101.0
82.4
82.5



73.4
79.5
82.
105.1
714.2
2.9
83.5
91.0
29.5
90.2
64.0
71.1
86.6
94.8
6j.7
85.0
82.7
78.1
27.1
92.0



69.2



66.0
70.6
88.7
92.3

93 :
682.3
77.5
75.1
22.7
75.2
1.3
22.0
83.5
84.8
95.3
20.9
82.3
78.1
81.0


:32.3

31.9
33.2

29.5
31.7
33.8
37.9
28.3
30.8
29.3
31.2



28.:



31.3
39.7
52.1
22.6
31.7
34.2
39.1







21.4
31.9
32.5
35.2









33.9:
3:7










39.7
34.1
32.3
35.1






34.4
42.1
35.5





3.6
34.5


Statemt No. M-150
SEPTEMBER 1M7


4o.1




43.0
45.3


45.2
49.9



52.8
46.3
47.7









44.5



32.46.6
34.4






44.3
38.9







46.5
42.7
44.5







51.








32.5

34.9
35.9
38.8










42.4
49.9
38.9
43.2
32.7










21.5
42.2
42.2


35.2
32.5
39:4






INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER 1947 AND 1946 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER 1947 AND 1946
Operating revenues Operating expenses Percent Percent Operating revenues Operating expensesPerePercent
Net Oper- malnte- trane- Freight Passenger Deprel- Net Oper- ainte- trans-
Freight Passenger railway eating nanee portation Average ton in- railway atine nanee-
Miles Deprea-oper- ratio expenseexpxpenses Region, road, and year miles All o-luded oper- r atio exnses peoatn
or read All tion In- ting (per- of oper- of oper- of road Per- Per- Total mainte- in pre- Total sting (per- of oper- of per-
operated Per--inMainte-celuded Total income cent) eating ating operated centucentnIncome cent) atin
at^ cls Amun cent Mount^ :- Toa in: : pre Amoun Amount ^ oa nane- o otl di atn
at loe mount Aot nane in pre- revenues revenues Mount in- In- column i revenues revenues
of month In- in- ceding crease crease
crease crease column $ crease crease
) ( A ( d) (W (h) ( .I.Ii() mI Cn) )WsoL.(m C) C)) C(r) Is) (t) -C(u) Cv) () (Cx) (y) () -(a) -
(Money items in thousands of dollars) "(Money items in thousands of dollars)
N 6 113,221 1: C:cagNorthw western Region:.............
,o64 $11,64 16.1 $2,13 d 17.2 15,6 5,357 13,221 41 .7 343 4.5 1947 hago Nor western .................... ..... 19 64 96,160 2.6 1,65 2 12 5 ,601 7,58 10236 5,703 8 .1 34.65
:o065 10,223 2,635 14,352' 442 9 848 11,351 1,9852 79.1 30.8 42.0 1194631 84.5 .2
1,500 2,354 31.6 56 d 46.9 2,612 828 95 2,175 181 83.j 31.7 44:5 194? Chicago Great Western .. ........................... 19 1,500 19,43 23.312 d 55.6 22,2 6,575813 18,104 1,375 81.2 29.
1,500 1,789 104 2,085 657 90 1,78Z 127 85. 31.5 46. 1946 194 1,500 16,099:1,05 19,582 6,597 803 17,440 d 221 89.1 33.7 48.4
10685 16 7 20. 175 d 16.1 201 6 94 16,614 1,123 82.3 34.1 41.7 1947 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific........... 19 10,722 134,044 23.5 16,029 d 2.6 166,358 55,692 ,7894 135,933 10,766 81.7 33.5 41.7
10,733 13,660 2,096 17,556 5, 94 13,990 1,841 79.7 31.0 41.9 1946 19C 10,733 102,500 22,452 .146,277 53,r60 8,3 9 129,834 6,629 8.8 36.6 44.9
1,616 2,369 19.4 266 d 7.6 24 2 5 2,281 198 0.2 29.1 :3 194 Chincago, t. Paul, Minne ..olis & Oma .......... 19 1,616 1,628 22.6 2,063 d 22. 22 697 7,139 1,015 19,17974.5 31.5 .9
1,616 1,983 367 2,548 591 112 1,855 463 72.8 23.2 .1 1941 1,616 15,193 2:,671 19,850 6,505 969 17,929 90.3 32.
548 4,692 4.8 4 28.1 5,492 882 103 2,295 1,752 41.8 16.1 24.6 194 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .....................194?.547 26,533,3 23.2 2 d 25.9 30,960 7,343 917 15,26 9 ,24 505 23.5
547 4,478 5 5,193 721 103 1,857 1,888 35.8 13.9 20.9 194 1946 546 21,533 38 25,090 6,976 913 13,795 6,2o4 55.0 27.82.
8,33 16,655 19.7 1,3096 d 3.4 1,158 204 694 12,666 3,281 66.1 27.2 339 194 Great Northern .................................. 194 8,333 16,5689 20.7 9,859 d 22.6 137,735 46,900 6229 103,994 15,495 75 5 34.








1:1108 6399 11,63 65 4_ : 4 4 ^ o a ea.r .. . . . .. ^ 1 17. :; 50 741 80.5 ;4 ^ ; 37.4
8,332 13,912 1,135 1,3857 4388 63 1,3 3 71.0 29.8 3.1 1946 19% 8,332 96 547 12,7 1 119,705 44,665 5 722 12
3,224 3,123 2o.6 154 d 1.3 3,9 987 103 2,415 514 69.8 28.5 6.7 1947 Minneanblis, St. Paul, a & Sault Ste. .rie........ 194 3,224 ,20O 18 .4 1,225 d O. 22,71 ,9 321 920 19,5236 95 5
3,224 2,590 182 2,97 969 99 2,287 380 77.6 3 9 4 5.0.3 1 94 3 224 16,9Z 1,6 7 949 905 18,523 d 2 39 9
S9 144 122 76.1 3 4 197 Northern Pacific ......................................... 19 6,920 7,196 23. 564 d 01 o66 3 61 312 ,06 11,767 80.9 37.5 36.1










46,91 71,4 16.93 65 d 30. 1280 4,363 54 7.^ ^ 19464.7 ^ t Lorer n 9o~o 6,920.......... 8719 2;43.2 ^5,648 1 0 37, 5, 14, 8 065 7,2 85.7 38.2 39.4
6,920 9 614 938 11,603 3,293 8 ,,260 2, 471.2 28.4 3 2: 19 1946 6,83 70,752 11,379 91o010 34,724 Z,754 78,006 7,922 857 3. 3.
1,051 2,103 22.1 d 48.2 229 607 66 1,678 174 731 26.4 41. isconslin Cenotral .......................... 19 1,051 17,741 23.0 45 d 49.1 19,43 4,960 593 13,935 2,723 71.5 25.5
1,051 1,722 94 .1998 549 68 1,501 478 75.7 27.7 42.2 1946 19% 1,051 14,424 93 6, 815 4, 820 596 13,500 1,5 .3 2.7 45.4
1,051 9 1 98 69 29,759 27 42.R, M ~~~~Central Western Region:192697 213 793:59 1,00 ,55 03
13,107 31,671 27.3 3,879 d 29.6 38,757 13,604 1,801 29,758 4,263 76.8 35.1 34.9 1 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fea /......................1947 13,107 265,972 21.3 7,9 d 37.8 332.204 111,237 15,859 246,546 38,101 74.2 33.5
4519 121 ,9 2.3 3: 1 i 619201 Oi 5:421 2105374 R
13,098 24,72 5,511 33,70 11,2 1,695 25,537 ,519 75.8 33.2 35.8 19 9 13,085 219,29 ,3051 5,37 15,086 231,318 75.7 34.5
8,860 16,063 27.0 1,592 d 24.4 19,280 5,622 873 13,299 2,700 69.0 29.2 34.5 1947 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy........................1947 .,865 130,707 19.6 13,433 d 4o.4 158,168 43,658 7,749 106,660 23,92 67.4 27.6 34.3
8,868 12,650 2,105 16,341 5,248 833 11,891 2,321 72.8 32.1 34.9 19 1946 8,865 109,262 22,532 -146,219 43,905 7,135 103,365 20,497 70.7 30.0 34.7
7,654 11,276 19.5 1,994 d 9.8 14,332 4,44 639 11,013 1,391 76.8 31.0 38.0 194 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific S#................ 194 7,651 104,801 21.6 17,197 d 26.6 131,811 3,792 5,698 97,113 15,769 73.7 28.7
7,651 9,433 2,210 12,655 4,226 620 10,174 1,108 8o.4 33.4 38.9 194 19% 7,652 86,199 23,420 1-119,131 36,604 5,333 91,874 12,158 77.1 338.4
467 4,89 11.6 238 d 42.4 2 1 261 367 685 3 24.4 31:9 1947 Denver & Rio Grande Western....................... 19441 2,469 37,525 18.3 2,483 d 61.6 41,876 13,494 2,336 32,387 5,393 77.3 32.
2,491 4:3856 414 5,0 1,722 235 4,033 638 79.9 338.18 91940, 2,491 31,723 6:,67 4 0,295 15,059 2,118 34,465 2,981 85.5
8,195 28,462 14.7 4,169 d 13.1 35,329 11,119 1,029 28,237 2,199 79.9 31.5 40.7 1941 Southern Pacific Co.................................194 8,224424,461 18.3 38,543 d 31.2 306,035 89,912 9,205 234,584 23,532 76.7 29.8 3
8,221324,821 4,795 32,59Z io,47 979 29.349 1,719 97.0 32.1 .11 19461941 8,244 206,719 56,oio 288,470 103,226 8,650 256,362 17,722 88.9 35.
8,2 4814753,8 047 98178 8. 29.1 4. 194 no aii 973,2 .
9,774 30,9o4 23.3 4,030 d 18.3 37,478 lO,967 1,214 26,96o 3,384 71.9 o29. 35.4 1947 union Pacific.................................... 194 9,776 235,855 24.2 35,121 d 32.0 293,827 89,414 10,690 217,827 25,0oi 74.1 30.4 35.8
9,775 25,072 4,931 32,723 9,961 1,156 25,972 2,416 77. 30. 39.5 19% 194b 9,775 189,931 51,678 265,831 86,870 9,921 212,309 19,419 79.9 32.7 38.5
1,195 3,5147 ,6o 966 122 202 602 60. 26.2 350. 1941 Western Pacific 194 1,195 201673 4.o666 d 69.7 28,173 9,214 1,033 22,53 2,693 70.0 32.5 38
1,19 2 .6...i.6917 d2.2262 24,680......................3..5..80.0 2. 38.2
1,1951 3,639 463 9,233 1,040 113 2,%2 720 62.4 24.6 30. 194 19% 1,195 29,670 5.503 31,329 9,872 1,022 24,072 3,?57631.
Southwestern Rsgion: $ $ 404.
1,110 2,5 3 4 227 2.3 2,061 906760 7882 2,1535 191 984.1 35.u4 t42 19 7 International Great Northern #..................1947 1,110 17,441 17.5 2,036 d 3o04 21,802 7,410 720 18,417 839 864.534.
i,10 1,537 304 2,091 780 76 1,85 d 18 90.1 37.3 49.1 19%1946 1,110 14,849 2,926 19,933 7,347 672 17,229 25 36.9
890 2,470 7.7 113 8 28.2 2,813 641 86 1,671 658 59.4 22.8 30.0 194 EKansas City Southern.............................19. 890 22,740 21.1 905 d955.5 25,6852 6,0 799 15,541 5,256 60.5 23.9 30.1
890 2,294 157 2,655 603 73 1,671 487 63.0 22.7 33.7 1946 19% 890 18,620 2,035 22,376 5,357 680 14,693 3:904 65.7 23.9 34.3
3,253 4,818 24.3 384 d 29.9 5,662 1,847 205 4,682 282 82.7 32.6 41.4 197 HMissouri-Kansas-Texas Lines...................... 194 3,253 42,6o4 20.2 3,739 d 3.3 5,414 15,042 1,762 39,210 4,034 77.8 29.8 39.8
3,253 3,875 549 9,853 1,652 188 4,070 244 83.9 34.0 4.9 194 19% 3,253 35,446 6,056 554 14508 1,645 36651 3,265 80.5 31.
7,011 13,812 17.8 1,255 d 39.0 16,332 6,012 663 13,673 87 83.7 36.8 40.5 197 Nissouri Pacific #............................1947 7025 122,256 21.6 11.919 d 27.9 145,918 47,114 5,967 112,776 15,792 77.3 32.
7,080 11,729 1,929 14,942 4,713 654 11,368 2,14 76.1 31.5 38.3 1946 iO46 7,080 1o0,498 16,528 128,029 42,487 5,920 102,018 12,950 79.7 33.2 39.8
854 4,86 32.0 535 d 10.9 5530 1714 195 4,364 468 78.99 31. 33Texas & Pacific.................................. 1947 1,867 37,387 26.2 441 d 4.3,55 13,25 1,737 34,630 5,355 76.o 29.0 38.3
1,873 3,475 600 34,5o4 1,390 185 3,444 577 76.5 30:.9 0 361 19%4 194 1,873 29,631 ,1691,822 12,767 1,658 31,353 5,751 75.0 30.5 35.1
4,649 7,198 18.3 679 d 30.5 ,520 2,634 392 6,987 650 82.0 31.0 43.7 1947 St. Louis-San Franciso........................... 1947 4,645 64,151 23.6 5,458 d 47.7 75,253 23,749 3,495 60,503 6,936 so.4 31.6 42.0
4,69 6,O84 977 7,662 2:524 376 6,332 837 9216 32.9 42.5 1946 1946 4,64 51:896 10,432 67,947 26,496 3,382 61,289 2514 90.2 39.0 43.6
160 309 28.2 fl d 46.2 339 73 4 247 33 72.7 21.6 43.2 194 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas.................. 1947 160 2,784 16.9 113 d 43.0 3,0o5 736 36 2,273 241 74.7 24. 43.6
i6o 241 21 27 77 4 247 d 89.2 27.9 52.7 1946 1946 160 2,382 198 2,686 751 35 2,190 130 81.5 28.0 46.3
1,575 4,193 19.3 71 d 51.9 4,409 1,141 129 2,805 474 63.6 25.9 31.0 194 St. Louis Southwestern Linesa.................... 1947 1,575 37,226 19.1 631 4A 55.9 39,132 9,868 1,127 24,0o40 ,569 61.4 25.2 30.0
1,575 3,516 147 3,801 1,034 123 2,503 694 65.9 27.2 31.8 196 1946 1,575 31,250 1,430 33,917 10,976 1,081 24,488 4,847 72.2 32.4 32.7
4,315 7,798 213 3,937 d 16.o 9,363 2,691 237 6,7o$8 09 73.8 28.3 31:.7 19497 Texas & New Orleans............................... 19417 4,317 69,339 19.7 8,577 d 33.7 g 8,384 21,9 2,220 57,503 10,619 69.025;
4,322 6,430 1,16140 2,65 5 0 6,572 11946 4,322 57,950 12933 76i,126,428, 2,236610.5


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


# Report or trustee or trustees.
/ Include Atohieon, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
SDacroan or deficit.


S GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 0- 1947


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