Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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Title:
Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Statement ;
Portion of title:
Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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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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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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University of Florida
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


II I I IIII Ilill I I 11111 I il111 III I
3 1262 08731 0669 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




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


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JU.8. DEPO 4TOBY


FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 1947 AND 1946 FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED 1ITH NOVEMBER 1947 AND 1946
Operating revenues Operating expenses TOperating revenues Operating expenses
Operating revenues Operating expenses _- Percent Percent
Percent Percent Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trans-
SFreight Paanenger Net Oper- mainte- trans" Averare n Depreci- railway eating nance portaton
MOfe ad Aegte Depreci- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year ile All n-
iAlpe ro p eeeead ell- AnI0-oer- ratio expenses expenses
PeTotal All eluded n- Tota oper- ratio expenses expenses of roa PPer- er- Total mainte- clouded Total ang (per- of oper- o oper-
3e nou per- P tra atlng (po. .er o oper- of o operated Aount cent Amount lennt nance in pire- income cent) eating atlng
of month Amount cent Amount nt nan In pre- Income cent) at s n
of -ont Amou nt g revenues revenues crease crease column n
oreas crease column 0

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204,931
204,F70


1,843
1:838
794
795
973
973
2,229
2,228
972
972
1,252
1,254
10,746
10,746
1,697
1:,67
223
229
2,393
2,393
6,194
6,193
418
419
213
213
910
910
391
391
376
376
10,114
10,121
1,356
1,362
937
839
5,062
5,056
2,129
2,130
5,573
5,571
1,816
1,:816
337
337
2,904
2, 904
2:9o4
6,591
6,5982
4,766
4,759
1,052
1,053
4,156
4,153
6, 194
6 1484


1478 750
6:131

5,24
4:;71
7,550
7,172
4,340
3:694
5,649
,991
12,062
10,400

3,577
2,993
5,391
5,111
44,9802
39,064
,o45
6:,459
3,161
2:486
2496
1:333
27,791
22,792
2,500
2,152
1,518
1,315
1,946
1,557
2,780
2,259
1,1
1,:0
59,87
52,34
9,073
7,790

2: 463
25,668
17,:65
13,61N
q,014
7,921
g,024
2,286
2,120
2,718
2,292
2 252
,222
4,350
16,438
15,312


2,234
2,008
8,093
7,550
16,622
14,383


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$!70,S32
81,967
1,192
1,291

4, 66

178
150
822
782
609
569
184
251
350
381
10,904
10,321
132
128

99
49
539
1,899
2,399

499
439
17
19
296
320



2,345
2,152
12,585
14, 96R
636
680
12
16
869
1,o64
475
612
1,406
2,291
219
257
235
30o6
506
509
2,001
2,510
1,192
1,45g
153
209


1,362
2,105
2, 10e


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d 7.7

a 6.1

18.4

5.1

7.1

d 26.7

a 8.0

5.6

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16.2

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d 20.9

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d 10.7



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d 19.9

d 6.5

d 25.3

d 18.4

d 22.4

a 38.6

d 15.1

d 23.2

d .6

d 2C.3

d 18.9

d 27.0

a 28.6

d 25.9


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


(Money Items in thousands of dollars)*
$703,230 219,410 I ~,9,91 $557,822
615,631 202.694 27,924 502,987


1:;7l3
13,224
12,923
4,643
3,944

,301
13,497
11,720
4,025
3,363
6,079
5:861
5,961



8,375
6:,739

3,391
2,676

8,446
7,321
31,545
26:596

3,193
2, 716
1,579
1,351
2,458
2,o77

3,321
2,693
3,950
3,209
78,862
72,820
10,214
9,915
3,697
2,529
2 95


27,696
19,9o4

14,59i
9,948

101,44
11,028
2,719
2,603
3,094
2,732
6,137

20,466
19,139
16,490
14,620
2 1
2: Z471
9464

9:74
19,513
17,616


2,249
2,092
3,920
3,957
1,634
1,429
1,889
1,709
3,259
3,409
1,001
1,083
1,299
1:6a4
20,412
19,950
2,244
1,925
1,387
1,215
2,217
2,109
10,194
10,266
1,044
907
426
415
829

752
544
1,243

25,999
23:,76
3,611
2,771
1,0o47
'888

9,190
7,06:6
4,369
3,697
3,691
3,859
,95
Z50
957
916
2,241
1,796
7,278
6,181

5691
4:874
1,007
l,l40
1 oo7

3,281
3,197
5,637
5,750


279
292
494,

415'4


334

5 6

1698
171





224
184
199
239
277
271
1,233
1,219
143
149
67
59
89
103
76
73
194
190

3,383
3,317

447
162
14.2
1,301
1,239
721
709

3~1
345
128
129
126
115
303
236
986
939
672
6539
101
93

544
690
589


5:24
10, 864
10,:829

3,692
,251

4:30N
10,164
9,444
3,063
2,:52
5,271
,723
9117
,790
5,949
5,:011

2:461
6,176
5,583
26,374
23,724
2,943
2,582
1,019
919
2,026
2,015
2,239
1,753
3,619
3,098
68,792
62:769
8,067
6,712
2,4p
1:9 5

21,398
16:109
9,735
7,739
9,919
9,141
2,626
2,392
1,919
1,943
1:99143

4,833
4:159
16,600
14,144
13,614
11,919
2, 414
2, 11470
8,198
7,851

14,406
13,970


595,266
59,641


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525
470
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1,0646
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290
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3,597
5,527
1,026
10,o4o

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3,325
2,369

314

375
2,010
d 164

592
376
435
390
1,311
2,254
1,488
1,420
201
509
610
652
2,099
1,597


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33.7
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1947 Total-Roads listed herein ...................1947
*1946 1946
New England Region:19
194 Boston & Maine .......................... 19 1
194 194
194 Mew York, New Haven & Hartford .......... 194?
Great Lakes Region:94
194 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 194
194 19 4
194 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western .. .......... 194
1941 194
1947 Erie .................................... 194
1946 19

194 Grand Trunk Western ..................... 19
194 1946
194 Lehigh Valley ........................... 19
19 19
1947 ew York Central / ....................194
194 19 4
194 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ........... 194
194 194
194 Pittsburgh& Lake Erie .................. 19
19 4 19 4
194 Wabash ..................................1947
Central Eastern Region:
1947 Baltimore & Ohio ........................ 1947
1946 194%
1947 Central of New Jersey # ................. 194"
1946 19t6
194 Central of Pennsylvania ................. 194
1946 19 4

1947 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .............. 19
1946 194
1941 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................. 194
1946 1946
1947 Long Island ............................. 1947
1946 1946
194 Pennsylvania ............................ 19
194 19W
197 Peading ................................. 1947
1946 194
1947 Western Maryland ........................ 194
1946 I946
Pocahontas Region:
194 Chesapeake & Ohio ........................ 1947
1946 1946
1947 Norfolk & Western ....................... 194
194 556 5 .194


1946

1946
196


194



1946
194


Atlantic Coast Line ..................... 194
1946
Central of Georgia # .................... 19

Cinoinnati, Now Orleans & Texas Pacific 197
1946
Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ......................

Illinois Central ....................... 194

Louisville & Nashville................... 19
1916
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ...... 194"

Seaboard Air Line ....................... 194
1946
Southern ................................ 1947
1946


204, 629 | 9 31,9 74 30.9
2o04785 4,912,384


1 761
1,763
1, 841
1,:841


973i
973
973
2,229
2,240
972
992

1,255
1:25p
10,746
10,:746
1 627
1,697
223
229



6,1 94
6: 14
418
565
213
82
910
910
9i

371

10,116
10,121

1: 39


5,057
5,o45
2,130
2:,158
5,573
5,570
1, 16
1, 816


337
2,904
2,904
6,582
6,594
4,767
4,759

1,052
1,053



6,484
6; 484


49,097

19W"
44,911
37,563

58 208
48,043
123,061
101,120
36,592
27,091

58,324
51:,
451,991
376,508

80,7
63:8g6
31,955
23,593



286,251
230,380
26,280
30,765
16,o24
5,120

19,659
16,249
29,639
19,949
13,394
12,803
613,298
505,571

97253
36,559
27,597

261,877
199,251
139,326
105,973
86,738
80,810








150,331
146,202
123,g911
23,942
20,795
45,549
46,092


150,341
123,811
23,942
20,795
85.514
76,092
169, 814
150,441


13.3

10.3

19.6

21.2

21.7

35.1

13.4

20.0

26.1

35.4

22.6

24.3

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20.9

48.6

24.6

21.3

17.5

32.5

31.4

31.5

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24.6

22.6

16.2

18.6

15.1

12.4

12.9


1!8 35, 4 o 1,34 ,; 6 1 P
11743 22 6535,17 1 2,


13,968
15,558
51,068
55,947
2,219
1,959
9,258
9:496
6,621
9,379
2,113
2,599
4,074
5,667
119,118
134,223
1,448
2,402
1,083
1:045


21,847
33,510
5,414
5,957
203
77

7;2


28,256
27,:54
144,927
191,710
6,915
6 9i5
8,899
168
344
10,9422
15,208
6,031
10,055
20,111i
25,793
2,642
4,250
2,686
3,709
6,1741
8,377
23,528
28:,676
14,129
22,257
2,067
3,503
14,:2?9
19,3 5
19,158
3',989


d 10.2

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d 21.0

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d 27.3

d 34.8






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d 24.4

d 22.3

a 51.1

d 28.1

d 40.0

d 22 .

d 37.9



d 26.3

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76,393
70,68R
141,233
136,995

482563
4o:61o
f3,734
3,330
138,s04
117,103

41,48o
31,836
66,5177
61:362
633, 509
565:012
83,931
67,8o9
34,491
25,650

96,058
73:325
327,439
279,383
34,267
39,191
16,569
5:264

25,634
22,579

24:239
413,9411
42,5911

826,47
755,34o

9 ;536
38,338
29,145
285,820
22N:284
150,753
119, 57
115,692
11 ,298
29,209
29,058
31,613
27,305
66,638
58:,260

219,793
192,083
171,169
155,651

28,587
26,639
107,559
102:338
202,205
195,192


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


357,692 4314,727
:245,873 300,410
24,257 3,o62
23,56 2,995
41,770 5,4Z
433,136 5,L
16,433 1,689
15,102 1,91-
20,757 3,794
19,203 3,651
39,370 6,151
35,774 5,803
13,173 1,850
12,768 1,8
19,961 2,930
17456 2,933
212.973 30,227
201,646 28,690
24,285 2,413
2.,821 2,300
13,747 2,4
12,949 2,602
24,354 3021
22,87 2,955
111,325 12,981
109,567 12,144
10,932 1,619
12,645 2,098
4,594 671
1,616 25
8,437 971
9,700 1,000
7,6F2 822
7,144 826
12,751 2,123
10,999 2,080
220,393 39,415
269,200 37,569
36,59 14,959
33,202 4 ,956
11,797 1,697
9,715 1,555
91,212 14,057
72,927 13,338
47:34436 7,892
4 39 7 9
4;,363 3,888
47,424 3,496
9,842 ,4l6
9.935 1,320
10,0o44 1,34
9,619 1,263
22,743 3,126
22,517 2,320
74,667 10,517
67,432 10,159
61,132 7,240
54,541 6,679
9,783 1,033
11:413 977
36,545 4,021
35,694 3,665
66,422 7,282
66,728 6,387


55771:601 1 634,654 78.7
5;47;116 477,926 83.3


60,430 5,289
58,762 3,710
115,188 4,396
117,128 1,150

37 212 5,477
34,249 3,775
5r,010 7,454
53,753 ,173
109,769 10,650
100oo,845 5,174
33,584 3,390
30,954 a 2. 114
55 11' 4,297
50,:424 4,876
541,933 18,9Z8
503,297 15,580
61,200 9,126
53,022 7,866
289,662 6,667
26,115 2,999
63, 69
59:822 1,035
273,442 26,358
252,232 5,021

30,885 4
35,304 d 4
10,649 7,9
3,593 2,29
22 ,109 419
21:256 d 1,45o
22,452 5,016
19:185 1,184

36,9 2
33,510o !-

720,177 32,159
684,081 25,199
8 1,974 11,088
76,530 6,908
26,316 7,299
21,515 ,585
2T,9,54 40,494
167,476 32,578
99,530 31,734
81717 20,711

102,752 1,574
I04,i4S 3,027
27,303 6
27,025 L ,=1
21,325 ,64
20,723 ,50$
50,134 6,235
50,607 d 239

167,506 21,799
154,12 15,376
141,923 14,081
122,911 14,40r
24,121 1,607
25,562 564

87,633 7,853
84,527 8,556
156,631 i9,039
157:441 1i6243


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78.7
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Statement No. M-150
NOVEMBER 1947


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


FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 1947 AND 1946 FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER 1947 AND 1946
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
s Freight Passenger Percent Percent Percent Percent
f11 rad Deprecia- Net Oper'- mnte- trans- Freight Passenger DpNet Ope- at- trans-
operated Per- Pe All tin n- railway atlng ance ortation Region, road, and year Average Deprel- railway ean
operated Pe, Pet- All e oper- ratio expenses expenses R n Ailes A atlon in- railway ating nane portion
at close cent ent Total mainte- inpr- Total ting (er of oper- of oper-op r d ent Amount Total ainte- lu Total ating (pe- ofoper- of opera
of month Amount n Amount n nanoe einp income cent) eating sting operated cent ntcent i nano n tg trng
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(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
$$Northwestern Region:
8o S412 14.0 $1,923 4,856 $884 $ 12,747 $612 84.5 32.2 Chicago & North West ......................... 197 8,064 $120,633 20.0 $22,648 $127.0 6,9 6$5,491 4 9,622 $135,572 $7, 84.4 3.9 49
8,o5 10,o014 2,205 13,769 4,329 861 11,299 1,602 82.1 31.4 0 1946 a1946 8,065 10,498 31,028 d147,665 50,902 9,210 125,710 9, 9 85.1 3.5
1,500 2,537 13.6 7 d 18.2 2923 636 1o4 2 o965 1 217 43.7 1947 Chicago Great Western 0 6 1,2 22,5 2,72 4
1,500 2,233 2 577 592 90 1 ,76 5 72. 23.07 43.9 1914 Ch12go 1e3t wester ........................... 1947 1,500 25,210 23.0 8955 d 53.0 28,39 7,996 1,012 22'435 2,0822 73.2 1.28"2 44.6
1O,685 16,717 14.2 2.9 20,343 6 24 9 3 16,437 1312 .8 43. 19 19 1,500 20,496 1,819 24,691 7,100 983 21,233 692 8.0 31.6 47.6
10,733 14,1 1,727 1100 4o 943 13,591 2,417 7: 1 ChicagoMlwauk-- St. Pa & Pacific .......... 19 10,7 170,240 22.5 6 d 26. 20,7 63 95o 1 2 77 158,029 12, 85.8.
1 616 2,294913.0 19 d22,21410,733 138.9326:2b2469,05 10,775 16 910o.
1616 2,3 .0 : 12 47 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha 14....... 361 ,136O 109
S ,034 270 2 6 1 ,95 574 3 4. 14 p ..........97 ,616 23a3 21.3 2,40 d 23.0 28,314 8654 1,24 23 1,o9 837 30
67.11197 7 19 1,616 19,264 3,220 24,921 7,807 1,192 21,9 3 3 8 8
S 2,52 d 1.6 3 2939 842 103 24 7 86 28.6 55.6 1947 Duluth, Miseabe & Iron Range .................... 19 33335 17.0 d 26.1 38 795 9,082 1,124 20,96 9,711 52.6 234 275
547 2,53 3 3,283 674 102 1,891 71 57. 20.5 35.5 194 Gr 194 28,2 46 33179 ,471 1,1732 8,00 531 25.5
8,333 14 2 115 9428 17,612 2 : 29.2 37.0 19 Great North .................................. 19333 150,9 192 1 94 20.3 17262 72 2 12965122,626 73.1
332 13:259 9515,39 1 10750 3,550 98 29.1 35.2 19419 ,332 126,59 14,932 15346 177 118859 21, 635 770 35.1
3,624 2,1 257 1210 7 i 22 9 10 2,376.5 34 2 9:2 l 41 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ........1941 3,224 26,752 18.6 1,472 d9.7 30,054 10,29 1,125 24,51 2,029 87." 34. 4.
6,919 1132 12.9 594 2.0 12 4,233 6o 9,720 1,8374 75.5 32.9 36.3 1947 Northern Pacific ................................ 1947 6,920 111,528 21.5 6:831 d 4.6 128,458 46,635 6, 2 101,694 16,17 79.2 3.3 35.8
6,920 1,036 825 11,750 3,758 554 8,822 1,88 75.1 32.0 36.3 1946 1946 6,890 91,818 1301 115,819 2269 5,550 95,934 12,291 82.8 36.5 38.5
5,05 1,6,85 0 ;91,8813 ,301, 15,8 192 642,2 9 5 1, 34L12,1etr 8 2863.5
14.49 66 19328 g 6y4 16 76.2 26 2 Wisconsin Central # ............................. 19 1,051 21,82 22.0 536 d 47.7 24,110 6,245 725 1,447 3,209 72.4 25.9 40.8
1,051 1,711 66 1,93 51 67 6 467 76 265 43.7 194 Central Wtern R 1051 1011 1025 2054 5egion:75 738
l 7 313 820 13,50 1,776 30,07 4483 727 31.6 35.1 1947 Athison, Topeka & SantaFe .................. 4 13,107 33472 23.0 45,722 4 646 137,881 1917 3096 47 2 34.3
130 25,979533 12,434 1,707 27,512 2,946 81.3 36.7 37.8 1946 194 13,085 272,19 70,523 o37572 129922 18,495 286, 41284 V 3.7 36-3
8,67 16,14 24.9 1,416 14.6 193 i 6,oo1 916 13,991 2,226 72.2 30.9 35. 194 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .................... 1947 8865 164,559 20.6 16,335 d37.6 198,388 55,816 9,555 134,916 28,67 68.O 28.1 34.4
8:868 12,946 1,658 16,27 4,721 831 11,429 2,278 70.3 29.1 35.4 1946 19 a 8,866 136,393 26,174 180,255 53,731 8,809 126,84o 25,610 7O.U 29.8 39.7
7,65o 11,36 10.5 1,72 d14.5 14,220 3,931 63 1,887 1,429 76.6 27.6 41.1 19 hi ago, Rock Island & Pacific # ................ .194 7,651 128,42 20.5 20,820 d 24.6 161,247 46,181 69 119,205 19,031 73. 28.6 37.9
5o 2,9 3,970 1010 1,13 75.8 29.8 38.5 19 19 7652 lo6,586 27603 -- 145,868 44,803 6,53 112,499 15,302 77.1 30.7 38.5
2 467 4,870 28,5 208 1d284 ,294 ,498 2631 823 7 4 28.3 47. 1947 Rio Grande Western ..................... 1947 2,469 4778 18.2 2,935 d 59.0 53,040 16,7 257 ,09 7,43 75.6 311
2:471 3,790 290 323 2,303 254 4482 d 599 103.7 53.3 2. 1946 1946 2,489 4,45 7,157 50,179 19,023 2,607 42,995 3,2 85.7 37.9
8,195 27,220 17.3 3,662 829.1 33,283 11,071 1,o035 28,490 1,13 49-6 o1947
8,228 23206 ,6 11,316 1, 29,5 3, 9.7 19 Southern Pacific Co. ............................ 194 8,2 303,215 8.6 4,966 d 30.2 377,07 112,23 11,269 291,84 27,657 77.4 29.8 4.
822 2306 5161 31,097 11,316 1020 29,456 323 9.7 3 48.9 194 1946 8,24 1 255,620 65,857 352,869 125,56 io,67o 316,613 23,792 09.7 35.6 44.7
9,764 29,950 25.5 520 d 17.3 36,145 10,532 1,2 0 27,031 3,003 74.8 29.1 38.4 194 Union Pacific ................................... 19 9 774 299 228 241 42 212 369 13 1ii ,6691 13,198 23,o062 32,40 73. 30.2 36.0
9,775 23,874 4257 31,058 9,279 1,10 24,291 2,253 78.2 29.9 39.9 1946 9,775 7 5 ,32 8 64368 6, 331:,52 4 lO.'4, 12,23 23,1O 24,435 79. 321 3867
1,195 3,421 d4,4 139 d36.9 3 641 969 124 2,361 60 64.8 27.2 29.8 1947 Western Paolfico ................................. 194 1,195 32,999 2.9 1,952 d 68.0 35,951 11,29 1,280 27,494 4,101 76. 31.2 36.6
1,195 3,578 220 3,886 1,129 116 2,503 643 64.4 29.1 28.1 1946 1946 1195 32,08o 6o98 -- 391531 12247 1251 29,500 4:516 74.6 31.0
1,110 2 1,278 257 29 1831 76 2,039 88. 7 ;:2 5-2 45 1 International Great Northern# .................. 1947 1,110 21,863 19.6 2,454 d 30.2 2 72 20 9,250 867 22,949 1,000 84.6 34.1 43.8
1,71940 1 18,281 3,18 2 75 9,0002 825 21248 280 6.8 36.6 43.0
890 277 2521 90 471 12 91 1602 12 2R6 .7 27. E Kansas City Southern ............................ 19 890 28,36 23.0 1,087 d 4.4 31,963 7407 981 18,906 6,79.2 2.2 2
890 172 2 78 1,672 2 24. 33. 1919419 890 23,052 2,383 27,55 66o6 835 18,052 24,77 5.4 20.
3,253 4,995 22.8 36 19.1 5,860 1,750 205 4,646 32 79.3 29.9 41.5 1947 Missouri-Kansaae-Texas Lines ..................... 1947 3,23 52,661 21.3 4 476 d 35.8 62,216 18,697 2,172 4 4,69 6 4,756 8. 31.6 o.
3I253 4,o 16 4,449 1,473 189 3,910 345 79.0 29.8 40.5 1946 194 3,253 43,419 6967 5533,917 31. 39.8
7,011i 14,699 21.7 1,050 8 30.9 17,197 5,574 675 13,64o 1,874 79.3 32.4 4o.8 1947 Miessouri Pacific # .............................. 194 7,023 152,020 21.4 14,137 d 28.8 180,728 58,616 7,310 14o,583 19,417 77.8 32.4 39.
7,037 12,075 1,520 14,915 4,891 66 11,529 2,112 77.3 32.8 38.2 1946 1946 7,072 125,213 19,842 158,797 52,439 7,24o 125,461 17,684 79.0 33.0 39.
1539 44.9 4 1 63 69 73.4 27 Texas& Pacifi ......................... .... 4 4 ,866 29.7 5,4098 d41.5 57,824 16,3 2128 1 6613 756 28 383
464 ,909 26.5 602 19.1 9246 2,604 391 ,98 1,064 76.8 2.2 42 1947 80,235 n ...............53.2 6,678 d 44.4 93, 961 29188 4276 74,871 9O35 79.7 31.1
4,649 6,251 744 7,632 2,585 377 6,532 647 85.6 33-9 44.N t1941941 6 665:,14 12,006 84,052 31,7101 4,1361 74,314 667 8.437.7
16o 311 353 52.4 36 4 2460 d 29 76.5 22.3 46.8 194 st. Louis-Sn Franoisco & Tes .................14160 33 18.9 l 45 3,664 8 44 274 262 7 24.2
16o 2020265 4 241 8 8 90.8 30. 52.3 194 19..6 160 2,8 3,188 509 2,667 8 3,7 20.547.6
1,575 4,977 23.7 71 7.2 505 1,198 6 3,0 1,374 8.6 23.0 30.1 194 St. Louis Southwetern Lines................1.... 1947 1 ; 46,8s 19.5 193 3 549,230 12, 1323 3 5 9,538 61.2 25.0
1,575 4,023 77 ~ ,250 1,093 123 2,72 830 64.1 25.7 31.9 1946 1946 139,196 42,376 13,i72 1,328 29,892 6,47 70.5 31.1 32.4
4,316 ,671 1 3 12 34 2, 238 7,126 1,283 702 24.6 2 1947 Texas & ew Orleans ............................. 194317 86,79 19.8 10,217 d 31.4 103,780 26,695 2,696 71,800 13,164 69.2 25.7 36.9
4,322 7,332 9 ,851 2,4 27 ,75 1718 76.3 29.4 4. 1946 4 32 72,57 14,900 93,841 31,755 2,729 75,oo4 13,,17 8o.o 33.8 38.7
Percent Increase omputed on units of dollars. Report of trustee or trustees.
S Includes amortization of Defense Projects. Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & sBnta Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Decrease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1948-0-750175




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