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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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
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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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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE S'
U.S. DEPOP TORY


TEAM RAILWAYS


FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 1947 AND 1946
FOR THE MOTH OF DECEMBER 1947 AND 1946 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER 1947 AND 1946
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
ilof road Depre- Net Oper alnte- rane- Freight Passssenger Percent Percent
cmireed Average FreihtPsengers-erreci Net Oper- ninte- trane-
operated All action in- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year age Depreci- Net Oper- mainte-trans-
at close Per Per maint cluded oper- ratio expenses expenses mile aton In- railway atlng nance portation
Sent cent aTotal Tainte-t Total atlng (per- of oper- of opere f road ePer Per All eluded to epe eper-
of month Amount in- Amount in- nance ing ncome ent) eating atng operated Aocentunt ent Total ainte-a Total auren- T l(per- ofo pe
crease crease ccluin revenues Amount Amount nan ceding income cent) eating atlng
crease crease column g revenues revenues
crolansu revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) I(f) .W),.)) I (k)1 (1) (). ) (l()_(n) (o0) (p) (q) (r_) (_ (t) (u) (V) Y) Cx)(((aa
(aoney items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items In thousands of dollars)*
24,503 $50,114 26. 5 $86,274 d 2.6 $752,240 $226,96 $2,994 $591,101 $70,434 7r.6 30.2 42.1 1947 Total--Roads listed herein., ................ 1947 204 617 $6,519,585 21.4 $921,673 d 23.6 9,o86,697 $2,54,59 8343,731 $6,362,703 $704,961 7-.7 32.0 40.4
204,6 5 458,553 55,551 595,738 202,255 27,492 515,760 96,277 86.6 34.0 45.5 1946 1946 204:771 5.370,936 1,205,955 7,131,492 2,44,127 327,907 5,962,574 574,200 53.6 3442.4
1 663 21.0 1,25 5-1 4 230 27054 641 76.8 29.2 42 194 Boston & Maine ......................... 19 1,761 61,260 13.9 226 d9.1 4,277 26,56 3,341 6631 41.7
1,72 N6B0 20 1,25197 :413 2,12 22 5,35S8 77 2.7 32.7 44.3 1941 Ni94 1,763 53,767 1,755 77,167 25,6 3,275 64:12,97 .9 31
1,83 7,419 .3 22.0 14,582 449 49s 11,972 512 2.1 30. 43.2 194 New York, New Haven & Hartford ............. 1947 1,40 84,576 10.1 6247 d6.6 15,5 4626 5,4 127164,9 81.6 29
1,535 6,551 Z,245 12,265 4,017 4s6 11,100 d 192 90.5 32.5 48.a 1946 1946 1541 76,811 0o,192 19,20 47,15 5,35,90 12,2289 9 5. 9 .31
Great Lake & Regien: 95 5.9 345.3
794 4,165 17.0 175 36.6 4,526 1,57 150 3,791 336 53. 34.9 43.6 1947 Delaware & Hudsone .......................... 1947 794 49,076 19.3 2,397 14.7 5309 1,011 1,83 41,003 5,15 7.2 33
794 3,561 130 3,797 1,lPo 175 3,335 31 57.5 39.0 43.7 1946 19416 53 41,124 2,089 U:407 16,552 2,095 37,553 4,093 4.6 373 2.
973 5,633 1C.1 965 14.1 7,420 1 3451686 7.4 26. 4are, Lack e.... 1947 9736 220.9 10223 d 22 4, d13 8 2
3973 3 771 :45 :152 169,4E33 J.ol6 32 6e2 ................ 1 1 0 239 32
5 4660 936 o75. 23.6 46.s 194b 1946 973 52,515 10,331 69,402 20,653 3,96 55,414 5,109 g4.1 29.7
2,229 11,640 23.8 697 15.5 13,298 3,05 34 10,160 579 76.4 23.0 46.6 1947 Erie........................................1947 2,229 134,701 21.9 7,317 d1.5 152,101 42,427 6,4519,949 11,52 78.9 27.9 44.3
2,229 9,402 603 10,733 2,7 5 g549 :66 2,077 82.c 25.6 50.3 1946 1946 2,239 110,522 8,952 127,836 35,515 6,352 109,713 7,251 g5.8 30.1 45.0
972 3,464 12.3 219 d 4.6 4,071 1,194 16 3,37193 3.0 29.3 4. 1947 Grand Trunk Western ........................ 194 972 40 6 32.7 2,332 17.645,551 14,36 2,019 36,962 3,573 1.1 31 .7
972 3,05 229 3,554 1 890 172 2,87 403 785.4 25.0 47. 1946 1946 990 30,176 2,525 35,390 13,57 2,021 33,741 d 17 95.3 3. 51.
1252 ,250 9.3 429 d4. 6 4 135 269 296 66.9 30.1 49. 1947 Lehigh Valley .............................. 19425 63574 13.502 d 6.4 72,671 21,79
iO 6 1 3.0 4,502.d26.4072,67121,796 3,199 60,41 1 4,250 53.1735.046.9
10,746 44,743 3:1 6.9 15,07 .5 69,631 23,335 2,545 64,704 5,532 927 52.9 1947 New York Central a/ ....................... 91947 10,746 496,735 21.4 133,18 d 5 10.1 703341 2.2,210 33,075 606,537 24,20 6.2 34.4 45.4
10,743 32,69113,55791,773 23,595 2,751 55,064 d106.6 ,7,199 llO -1 75 225,21 31,471 555,351 15,:7 90.5 36.5 47.1
1,67 15 2 24.194 New York, Chacano & St. Louls............... 1947 1,657 8,599 26.4 1,6d01 92,521 6,36 2,640 67,246 10213 72.7 2.5 .2
176,216 155 6524 2245 215 46 531946 1,657 70,077 2,557 74,333 23,066 2,515 5,506 ,426 76.7 31. 1.1
223 3,313 61.5 114 16.o 3,586 1,039 201 2,620 10 73.0 2.0194 Pittburg & Lke Erie..................... 1947 2 5265 3 3224772.2 .
223 2,051 95 2,254 1,67 240 2,885 272 125.0 749 2.1 1941 1946 22 2 5:64431:1 3 27,903 146 2,5O2 29,000 3,271 103.9 52.5
2,393 7267 13.4 530 d5.49 1,511 277 5,70966.4 17.6 40-9 1947 Wabash...................................... 1947 2,393 52,789 21.7 5,625 2 94,6_ 25,665 3,299 69,407 10,090 73.3 27,3
Central Eastern Region: 7,7 65,571
6,192 27714 2.2 2,495 d 1.2 32,56 9,587 1,290 26,929 2,742 2.0 29.2 46.1 1947 Baltimore & Ohio ...........................1947 6194 313,965 24.6 24,343 d 32.5 360,295 120,912 14272 300,377 29,100 3.4 33.
6,193 21:617 2,527 25,602 9,110 1,155 22,950 20,555 59.5 35.6 46.6 1946 1946 6153 251,997 36,037 30L,955 117,676 13:600 275,212 25,909 90.2 39. 4:.
418 2,456 22.8 53 214 5 3,299 1,O64 142 3,281 d 32.2 6.5 19479entral4_1_6_445 6
419 2,0 2 2,706 95 4 150 2,32 01 : 5 194 etral of New Jerey......................1947 415 2,736 d 12.3 94 7,5 i,99 1761 34,166 d 90.9 31.9 52.1
42 9235.3 59.91946 553 32,765 62397 41I,96 13,599 2,247 38,137 91.0 32.5 51.5
213 1,534 13.2 19 d 1, 641 69 1, 1 2 6 2:9 34.0 194 Centrealn of Pennsylvania .................... 1941 213 17,558 222 -21391,5,05467439730.1077 64.64 27. 9
213 1,355 54 1,0o 4 59 876 54 62 2 5 34.1 1941 194 93 6: 75 97 6,64 1,95, 313 4:059 3,o83 66.9 294 39.5
909 2,011 39.2 386 3.5 2,574 658 5 2,1g5 1,566 76.0 22.9 44.o 1947 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .................1947 910 21,649 22.4 14.52,0996 1,060 2424 2,25 5.2 31
910 1,444 372 2,o64 1,126 103 2,354 1,253 115. 54.6 50.66 1946 910 176L,4 24,4192 1,103 40 95.9
'372o31. -54.69.946 9 1 2,3 ,7 9,526 2,6o 19O 7 539.9 4
391 3,105 43. ,651 7 52 2,0 146 76.3 26.4 4: 19417 Elgin, Joliet & E.astern.................... 1947 391 32,745 4s.1 35,33 ,605 907 25,260 5162 65.0 22.2
376 1,236 3.1 2,345 10.8 3,842 1,388 198 3,69o0 d_ 2 96.0 36.1 57.7 194 Long Island ................................ 194376 14,630 4.5 30,604 3.2 47,73 14,13 2 321 40652
376 1,199 2,119 3,560 1,031 197 3,175 55.5 25.5 57.5 1941 194 376 14,OOi 29,663 46,1 i 12,139 2,278 36:6819 79-55 2. 5.
10,10 2,360 14.5 14,401 6.o ,1 27,445 3,154 69,701 313 90. 357 49.6 1947 Pe ns ylvania ... ............................. 1947 10,115 665,6 20.7 159,327 3.O 903,26 307,3 41569 79,7 32,311 7.4 34.1 47.9
10,113 5,725 15,313 66,6 20,953 3,223 61,596 715 92.4 31.4 55.0 1946 1946 10,120 551,296 207,024 622,o00 259,152 40:793 745,676 25,917 90.7 35.2 49.2
1,356 9,471 23.7 759 .3 10,910 3, 35 5 5,921 64 5g.5 35.2 42.2 1947 Reading.................................... 1947 1,37 102,610 1.1 7,674 d20.5 116,760 40,425 5,415 9o,594 11,952 77 34. 3
1,357 7:655 756 5,590 2,2767 47 6,954 1,423 75.6 31.3 43.4 1946 1946 1,361 56,905 9,655 101,426 35,969 5,303 93,515 5,331 52.3 35.5" 42.
37 3,59 25.2 15 31.9 3,747 1,095 162 2,632 730 70.3 2.9 3 194 Western Maryland ........................... 7 4 52 32.1 13 9 5.O 42,05 12 2 1,49 2 ,949 ,029 6. 30.6
539 2,590 22 2,926 975 142 2,172 711 74.2 33-3 3.6 ..94....... 1947 397 30,40136632,071 10,659 1697 23,627 5,296 73.9 33.3;
5062 24,542 36.2 1,029 2.6 27,133 9,554 1300 22,15 2131 g4.1 32 40.6 1947 Chese ke & Ohio......................... 1947 5,057 256,419 31. 11,971 26.2 312953 100,766 15,357 232669 42,615 74. 32.2 3 .7
5:056 15,020 1,003 19,LO 6,09 1:240 15,932 2:491 6go.4 3 :4 39.1 1946 1946 5:o45 217,271 16,:211 244:o09 79,735 1 4,575 i 3:4g 35,070 75.? 32.7 3.3
2,129 13,502 47.3 61 11.6 15,109 4,059 721 9, S44 3,325 6.2 26.9 33.1 1947 Norfolk & Western ..........................1947 2,130 152,25 32.7 6,647 165,862 51,402 ,614 109,374 35,059 65.9 31.0 30.1
2,130 9,167 696 10,257 3,309 709 7,617 1,242 7.3 32.3 35.7 1946S Region: 1946 2,155 11r,140 10,791 129,714 44,155 5,457 92,334 21,953 71.2 34.0
9,20 13.3 ,9 d 31.4 12,738 359 9,710 1,476 76.2 2.0 41.2 194 Atlantic Coaenst Lino ........................ 194 5573 9597 7.9 21 991 d 22.9 12,430 4,933 4,270 12,462 3,050 7.6
5,5732,711 l11:o09 3,825 9,580 1,990 gl.1 32.4 42.0 194.194 5,570 55,972 25,534 126,105 51,252 3,932 113,725 5,017 90.2 ..6
1,16 2,446 15.5 259 3,140 13 129 2,562 277 o. 25.7 46.9 194 Central ofa Oeorgia e ................... 1947 1,16 26,429 9.1 2,901 d36.o 32.37 1056 1,545 29,6 d 362 92.2 32.9 49.9
1,516 2,118 B2562,6 6 785 130 2,371 215 59.6 29.5 50.5 1945 1946 1,516 24,2;5 4,536 31,703 10,623 1,450 29,396 M92.7 33.5 49.
337 2,747 24.3 177 d 7.4 3,241 9 126 2,0 5 64.4 30 2 2 .6 1947 Cincilnnatli, New Orleans & Texas Pacific .... 1947 337 30,4 24.6 2,63 26.6 34,55 11,024 1,452 23,413 6,194 6.2 31.6 30.3
337 2,210 191 2,575 912 115 1,979 296 76.4 35.4 3.7 194 1946 337 24,230 3,900 29,850 10,532 1,376 22,701 3,o5 75.2 35.0
2,904 5,346 22. 614 d 10.6 6,692 2,22 304 5,91 641 76.1 33.3 34.4 1947 U1 Mobile & Ohio .. ......... 1947 2904 61,o34 22.6 6,78 73,330 24971 3 430 55,224 676 75.3 4.1 32.7
2,904 4,354 697 5.488 1,963 244 4,635 3,535 84 .5 35. 39.6 1946 1946 2,9o4 49, 763 9,0 63 3,7 24 o 2:625 55,241 3:296 g.7 93.4 3.
6,551 17,072 13.6 2,452 d 8.5 22,372 6,751 969 16,644 2,519 74.4 30.3 35.2 1947 Illinois Central............................1947 6,552 191,74o 16.o 26,010 d 17.1 242,155 51,449 i,456 154,150 24,315 76.o 33.6
6,5s2 15,029 2,714 19,035 5,532 941 14,o47 2,51Z 73.8 29.1 38.5 1946 1946 6,593 165,361 31,390 211,115 72,965 11,100 160,229 17,590 79.7 3.6 35.3
4 1719,5 ,51 33.6 1 431 d14.7 ,is1529 54 70 14,514 2,199 75. 31.1 42.0 1947 Loulsville & Nashville ..................... 19 4,766 162,112 19.5 15,561 d 34. 19,691 66,566 7,948 15,37 16,291 52.4 341.
467 e 11:45e,1:6o5 14,o15 67 Z64 11,572 1,156 g 2. 33.4 43.2 1946 1941 4,?59 135,269 23,B6O 169,66 59,229 7:342 1 ,3 15,595. 82:943
1,051 2,5e2 27.3 195 d53 3,2q 1,050 102 2,573 329 79.2 31.9 39. 1947 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louisu ......... 1947 1,052 26,524 16.2 2,265 d39.4 31,676 10o,34 1,134 26,694 1,436 53.74. 41
1,052 2,029 234 2:49 1,279 92 2,67 931 o6.9 51.36 1946194 1,053 22,523 3,737 29,133 12,692 1,069 25,229 1,95 96.9 3..3
4,152 5,574 17.0 1,362 d 21.- 11,582 3,654 3 9,34 35 75.9 31.6 40.2 1941 Seaboard Air Line........................... 1947 4,156 94,355 12.8 15,621 d 1191i41 40,199 4,39 96,767 5,790 51,2 33.7
4,156 7.595 1,727 10,066 3,015 34 85160 5,93 51.3 30.0 43.4 1946 1946 4:151 53,677 21,O62 112,403 36,109 4,o14 92,705 14,049 52.5 33.9 0
6,453S 16,372 19.6 1,705 20,629 5,940 715 15,043 2,336 72.9 25.5 35.: 1947 Southern ....................................1947 6,454 16,166 13.4 2067 3.3 22262,997 171,674 21,375 77.0 32.5 3.5
13:655 1,854 16,649 5,711 597 14,351 3,060 55.2 33.9 191946 194 6 :484 164,126 33:842 212,O1 672,,39 z,973 171,792 19,311 1.0 34.2

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Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
SIncludes amortizatlon of Defense Projects.


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


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Statement No. M-IS0
DECEMBER 1947








INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 1947 AND 1946 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER 1947 AND 1946

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Mile Freight Passengerep Net Oper- mainte- trans- A Freight Passenger DepreciPercent Percent
of road tion in- railway eating nance portatlon Region, road, and year miles Deon i- railperay casting poraton-
operated Per- Per All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses of road Per P eluded t per- rati o expenses expense
at lose cen t cent Total mainte- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- perated cent- cent Total a ntpr- Total ar- f er-
of month Amount in- Amount In- nance ceding income cent) t atn g nAmount in- Amount nance edling Income cent) sting atlng
crease crease column revenues revenues crease grease colurevenues revenues

(a). (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) () (h) (i) .(J) I(k)1 (1)1 (m) I (n) 12(01o(P>) ((a) (r )W)nt))(u)((v)r(w))(x) (y) (t) (aa)
(Money items In thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
8,o $11,163 25-3 (2,030 d 11.8 15,682 4,096 77 7 $12,244 1,158 78.1 26.1 45.0 194 Chicago & Eorth Western ......................... 1 8,03 $131,96 20.5 $24,677 d 26.0 $16,281 $58,586 $10,496 $147,816 ,45 83 9 332 44.0
8,o64 8907 2,301 12,851 3,877 9 10,852 30.2 19 8,065 109,05 33,329 1 517 54,779 o10,114 136,563 10,894 85.1 34.1 443.
1,500 2,573 21.4 71 d 2.4 2,986 622 104 2,19 306 73.0 20.8 45.9 1947 Chicago Great Western ........................... 1947 1,500 27,783 22.9 925 d 1.1 31,32 8,619 1,115 24,614 2,389 786 27 44.6
1:500 2,119 73 2-- 5 45 90 1,860 1,64 77.0 20.1 50.3 1946 1946 1,500 22,615 1,891 27,10 8,285 1,073 23,094 1,856 85.2 30:6 47.8
10,685 16,824 26.9 2,024 d 1.1 21,729 5,681 1,oo006 16,336 2,394 75.2 26.1 42.9 1947 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .......... 1947 10,713 187,064 22.9 21,328 d 24.7 231,479 74,736 11,781 186,135 16,812 80.4 32.3 41.7
10,733 13.254 2,047 17,039 5,091 947 13,794 1,302 81.0 29.9 44.1 1946 1946 10,733 152,187 28,314 201,180 69,041 11,224 171,823 13,347 85:4 34.3 44.1
1,616 2,457 28.4 233 d 14.3 3,065 585 115 2,201 530 71.8 19.1 47.4 1947 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha .......... 1947 1,616 25,818 21.9 2,713 d 22.3 31,379 9,239 1,355 25,891 1,625 82.5 29.4 47.1
1:616 1,913 272 25398 593 120 1,954 542 81.5 2 .7 50.7 1946 1946 1,616 21,177 3,492 27,318 8,4o00 1,313 23,917 928 87.5 30.7 50.4
q69 555 97.4 3 29.7 608 941 103 1,714 281.9 154.8 115.9 1947 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................... 1947 549 33,889 17.8 37 d 23.6 39,403 10,023 1,228 22,109 8,953 56.1 25.4 28.8
547 281 2 321 852 102 1,345 41.6 265.2 134.6 1946 1946 546 28,773 48 33,500 9,323 1,218 18,976 8 665 56.6 27.8 26.8
8,333 13,997 26.4 1,195 13.4 16,490 ,19 2 13,838 1,90 83.9 35.3 43.2 1947 Great Northern .................................. 1947 8,3333 164,906 19.8 13,089 d 18.1 193,722 63,290 8,380 143,489 23,816 74.1 32.7
8,332 11,072 1,05 13,022 4,590 66 10,899 3,406 83.7 35.3 42.6 194 19 8,332 137,661 15,985 167:3 5877 7,556 129,758 2041 775 351 36
3,225 2,410 21.1 108 d 5.5 2,835 966 105 2,438 4 86.0 34.1 46.3 1947 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault ste. Marie ........ 1947 3,224 29,161 18.8 1,580 d 32,888 11,295 1,229 26,889 2,033 81.8 34.3 41.9
3,224 1990 114 2,254 858 100 2,10oo a 111 93.2 38.1 49.2 1946 1946 3,224 24,544 1,745 28,267 10,484 1,205 24,886 1;O18 88.0 37.1 45.3
6,909 11o,805 30.2 73 d 15.6 14,133 4,820 611 10,742 1,689 76.0 34.1 -1 1947 Northern Pacific ................................ 194 6,919 123,333 22.3 7,563 d 46.6 142,51 51456 7123 112,437 18,005 7.9 36 1
6,921 9:065 10,925 562 9,861 1,01 90.3 34.0 $.2 194 6,92 100,883 7 5,986 417 105,795 13,352 $3:5 36.3
1,051 2,052 30.9 50 d 6.1 2,333 562 66 1,727 280 74.0 24.1 43.2 1947 Wisconsin Central # ............................. 1947 1,051 24,034 22.8 586 d 45.6 26,443 6,807 791 19,174 3,490 72.5 25.7 41.0
1,051 1,569 53 1,763 652 68 1,642 98 93.1 37.0 48.9 1946 1946 1,051 19,579 1,078 22:617 6:627 797 18,240 2,831 80.6 29.3 451
Central Western Region:
13,104 35,515 23.4 4514 d 3 47,053 14,398 1,800 32,255 6,421 68.5 30.6 32.4 194 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe a/ .................. 1947 13,106 370,487 23.0 50,236 d 33.2 462,699 152279 20,974 339,218 54,302 73.3 32.9 34.1
13:084 28773 4,92 37,032 11,700 1,011 27,809 4,270 75.1 31.6 36.7 196 1946 13,085 301,192 75,216 411,604 141622 19,506 313,926 45554 76.3 344 36-3
8 867 16 850 34.8 2,694 56.4 22,791 6,351 959 15,080 3,103 66.2 2.9 33.2 1947 Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy .................... 1947 8,865 181,409 21.8 19,029 d 31.8 221,179 62,167 10,515 149,996 31,781 67.8 28.1 34
867 12,504 1,722 15:71 5,342 892 12410 1,382 79.2 3.1 39.2 1946 1946 8,866 148,897 27,897 195,926 59,073 9,700 139,251 26,991 71.1 30.2 350
7,650 12,702 18.5 2,033 d3.4 16,824 4,197 639 12,004 2,224 71.3 24.9 39.5 1947 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific# ................. 194 7,651 141,131 20.3 22,853 23.1 178,71 50,378 7,547 131,209 21,255 73.7 28.3 38.0
7,650 10,720 2,104 14,064 3,903 627 10,367 1,332 73.7 27.8 38.5 1946 19 7,652 117,306 29,707 159,932 48,706 7,210 122,866 16,634 76.8 30.5 38.5
2,466 5,097 39.1 250 d 19.9 5,704 1,21 260 3,852 878 67.5 23.2 37.5 1947 Denver & Rio Grande Western ....................... 1947 2,469 52,883 20.0 3185 d 57.4 58,744 17798 3,117 43,961 8,331 74.8 30.3 37.1
2,471 3,663 312 4,185 1,450 254 3,527 2,923 84.3 34.6 41.3 1946 1946 2,488 44,079 7,469 54364 20,473 2,862 46,522 6,325 85.6 37.7
8,195 28,855 31.1 4,167 d 22.3 37,158 12,096 1,097 30,640 2,417 82.5 32.6 42.3 1947 southern Pacific Co. ........................... 1947 8,216 332,071 19.6 50,132 d 29.6 414,175 124,309 12,366 322,624 30,074 77.9 30.0 40.
8,228 22,017 5,365 30,185 12,033 1,O25 31,496 2,815 104.3 39.9 53.9 1946 1946 8,240 277,637 71,223 383,054 137,594 11,695 348,110 26,605 90.9 359 45.4
9,756 31,241 37.7 4,200 d 4.6 40,541 10,641 1,317 27,393 4,308 67.6 26.2 34.3 1947 Union Pacific ................................... 1947 9,772 330,469 25.3 46,412 d 28.3 410,054 122,310 14,516 300,455 36,757 73.3 29.8 35.
9,775 22688 4,400 oo -- 29,872 9,401 1,211 23,700 2,518 79.3 31.5 39.9 1946 1946 9,775 263,826 64,768 361,396 115,812 13,454 286,810 26,953 79.4 32.0 38.8
1,195 3,773 68.4 171 d 15.0 4,039 934 124 2,5561 985 63.3 23.1 31.7 1947 Western Pacific ................................. 1947 1,195 36,772 7.1 2,124 d 66.3 9,990 12,163 1,403 30,050 5,O86 75.1 30.4 361
1,195 2,241 202 2,535 1,163 114 2:716 d 1 107.1 45.9 48.7 194 W 194 1,195 34,321 6,300 2,066 13,411 1,365 32,216 4500 76.6 31.9 362
Southwestern Region:
1,110 2,377 29.3 225 d 23.7 3,028 916 91 2,394 291 79.1 30.2 43.1 1947 International Great Northern ................... 1947 1,110 24,239 20.5 2,679 d 29.7 30,148 10,166 978 25,343 1,291 84.1 33.7 43.7
1,110 1,839 295 2,395 752 81 2,071 2 86.5 31.4 48.0 1946 1946 1,110 20,119 3,813 26,869 9,752 906 23,318 281 86.8 36.3 43.5
890 2,767 30.6 122 d 9.2 3,205 601 41 1709 841 53.3 18.7 27.8 1947 Kansas City southern ............................ 1947 890 31,136 23.7 1,209 d 52.0 35168 8,008 1,022 20,615 7,630 58.6 22.8 25
890 2,119 134 2,458 416 79 1,426 463 58.0 16.9 32.7 1946 1946 890 25,175 2,517 30,043 7,021 915 19,478 5,341 4.8 23.4 34.1
3.253 5,247 20.2 429 d 5.6 6,601 1,667 242 4,744 1,088 71,9 25.3 39.2 1947 Missouri-Kaneas-Texas Lines ..................... 1947 3,253 57,908 21.2 4,905 d 33.9 68,817 20,363 2,414 53,440 5,844 77.7 29.6 40.0
3253 4,365 455 5,334 1,486 204 4,078 481 76.5 27.9 40.3 1946 1946 3,253 47,784 7,422 60,733 18,970 2,246 48,602 4,398 80.0 31.2 39.8
7,011 15.305 21.3 1,260 d 27.4 18,894 5,821 686 14,540 2,127 77.0 30.8 40.6 1947 Missouri Pacific# ............................... 1947 7,022 167,325 21.4 15,396 d 28.7 199,622 64,437 7,996 155,123 21,544 77.7 32.3 39.4
7,037 12,613 1,736 15,699 5,086 660 12,283 2,120 78.2 32.4 39.6 1946 1946 7,069 137,826 21,579 174,496 57,525 7,900 137,743 19,804 78.9 33.0 39.4
1,54 5,502 48.2 563 d 8.5 6,881 1,947 196 5,oo002 1,130 72.7 28.3 37.8 1947 Texas & Pacific ................................. 1947 1,864 368 31.4 5,971 d 39.64,705 18,650 2,324 48742 7,742 75.3 28. 38.2
1,873 3,711 616 4,821 1,463 187 3,782 653 78.4 30.3 38.9 1946 1946 1,873 02 9,858 55,901 17,105 2,219 42,441 7,561 75.9 30.6 36.0
4,645 8,455 32.8 608 d 19.0 10,197 2,569 390 7,473 1,338 73. 25.2 41.8 1947 st. Louis-san Francisco ......................... 1947 4,645 88,689 24.0 7,28 d 42. 104,158 31,757 4,666 82,344 10,373 79.1 30.5 41.
4,645 6,367 750 7,870 2,639 382 6,664 8728 84.7 33.5 44.6 1946 1946 4,645 71,515 12,75 91,921 34,349 4,518 80:978 13,395 88.1 37.4 43
160 323 13.0 12 2.8 399 79 4 266 55 66.7 19.8 40.3 1947 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas .................... 1947 160 3,672 18.4 142 d 42.9 4,063 967 48 3,041 317 74.8 23.8 43.9
160 286 12 317 94 4 262 16 22.7 29.6 45.6 1 1941946 160 3,102 249 3,505 1,003 47 2,929 101 83.6 28.6 47.4
1,575 5,o064 27.2 104 d 22.8 5,413 1,154 128 3,165 342 58.5 21. 31.3 1947 St. Louis Southwestern Lines .................... 1947 1,575 51,912 20.2 897 d 49.7 5643 13462 1,45 33,316 9,879 61.0 24.6 30.2
1,575 3982 135 --,270 1171 12 2,749 845 4.4 27.4 30.5 1946 1946 1,575 43,178 1,783 46,647 14,343 1,456 32,641 7,332 70.0 30.7 32.2
4,316 9,022 45.5 972 d 14.3 11,066 2,789 244 7,818 1,418 70.6 25.2 9.4 1947 Texas & New Orleann ............................. 1947 4317 95,821 21.8 11,188 d 30.2 114,846 29,484 2,940 79,618 14,582 69.3 25.7 37.2
4,320 8:199 1,134 7,942 3,859 248 8,296 1,100 104.5 48.6 47.8 1946 1946 4,322 78,656 16,034 101,783 35,614 2,977 83,299 14,917 81.9 35.0 39.4
6,199 1,134 7,942 3,859 248 1,100g.8 35o 9.


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


# 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: 1948-0-750175


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