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 Statistics
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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3 1262 08731 0958 BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


U.S. DEPOT TORY


Statement No. M-ISO
FEBRUARY IN8


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MOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1948 AND 1947 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1948 AND 1947
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Freight Passenger Percent Percent Freight Passenger Peroent Percent
of road Depreol- Net Opier- maint-e- n eAvergeDepreol-MaNenteerent trne-
operated All tiein- yawayn ang enione road, anoryear p or-ationAe 0 t :- aOn ---t Ton
at ClOse Per- Per- Total mainte- lUdedp otal ating (per- of oper- of oper- of road Per-pe Pe .-oal t eluded e OP epexpene
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a"t lsen cea. column g revenues revenues I I oon -edingre
ree rease olun revenues revenues crease crease olumn revenues revenues
(a) (b) (1) (d) (e) (d") ()) (h) (1) (J) (h) (1) (m) (n) (ol (p (q) (r) (s) (ht)(u) () {(w) (x) y) () (ra)
(Money Items In thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
3 13. $ 12.9 15 2 1 % $33, 1 81: 2.2 13. 1: 9 8 Total--a oads listed herein ................. 1948 20447 4 1,0905 12.2 14, $ 15059, O 58 ,,0 ,6 82.6 56
2046457 0:73:664*13766 11$66342,357U5648 r35915215966,773$440$5,29091,0o70,2 7,446 9 8
20o446873 7927667,349 590,99 1189:5 7 28,111 7257 38,783 80. 32.1 49:9 1 To7taew England Rsgion:1ted herein1:09251.2:023 56,96 980,367 9,609 -9
7217728.4 1,296 6.6 793 280 6,509 23 : 82.4 44.2 l eaBas Reg : 1................................. 48 1 7 1127 17.8 2611 62 1,196 6 66 90 3

1,e38 z415 3,9971 515 3,359 4i5 10,0398 .87.2 31.6 4.0 1947G 1947 1,838 13:332 8480 24,201 7,376 967 20,688 d 482 85.5 30. 455
7941 413 22.0 161 30.8 46 5 i 3, 510 78.2 3.2 42.1 198 Delawar. & Hudson .......................... 19 794 8,63 15.5 332 A 9,191 3,027 306 7,399 80.
79 3616 123 3:863 1 331 1 3as122 312 e08 34.11 1971947 794 7,47 353 8,092 2:743 330 ,511 o. 33.9
973 883 30-3 8 121 2 1,945 34 4899 4 81. Delaware, Lackawanna a Western ................ 19 973 19.6 1 13.6 1179 3,936 7 1,778 99 83.127.8
973 :515 759 5:742 1,641 347 4:726 9 382. 8 4.9 147 1947 973 9,475 1,594 12,088 3,396 6909,889 895 81.8 28.1
2,229 13,063 31.9 589 18.8 14,387 3,480 571 10,559 1,61 73.4 24.2 3.2 1948 Erie ....................................... 1948 2,229 24,605 20.4 1,283 21.6 27321252 1,13 21384 2,2 78.3 26.5
2,229 9,906 496 11,053 3,152 552 9:094 634 82.3 28.5 46.6 1947 1947 2,229 20,432 1,055 22,9o4 642 1,103 18;562 1,470 81.0 28.3 45.9
972 3,400 19.7 166 10.7 3,819 1,256 168 3,317 74 86.9 32-9 48.9 1948 Grand Trunk Western ........................ 1948 972 6,868 16.2 348 3.6 7,706 2619 336 6,851 d 3 88.9 34.0 40.6
972 28410 150 3,209 1,025 167 2,717 100 84.7 31.9 47.5 1947 1947 972 5,908 336 6,652 2,058 336 5,528 19_ 7 83.1 30.9 47.0
1,252 5,575 16.7 31 6,226 1,821 268 87.1 29.3 1.6 1948 Lehigh alley. .............................. 1948 1,252 11,06 9. 2 4.1 12 82 11,12 176 3
1,254 4,778 353 5,518 1,585 264 ,574 501 82.9 28.7 .5 1947 1947 1,254 10,109 764 11:,76 3,278 530 9,500 1,124 8 1.4 "281 46:9
S71 7.1 9324 4-.5 5,275 i:619 2821 309 2624 91.0 3:5 4:5 1948 new York Central / ........................ 1948 10,745 82,232 6.7 20,64 4.8 111600 41,000 5.632 105,232 9 8 358 4.0
10,746 3 ,923 5779 17,649 2,.5 194 97 17 77,035 19,702 107 874 35:379 5;42o 92,987 0- 591.8: 5.8
1,687 8,475 23.7 105 8.8 8,778 2,333 234 6,075 1,197 69.2 26.6 37.1 1948 Noew York, Chicago & St. Louis .............. 1948 1,687 16,446 17.3 255 5.0 17 ,083 4,736 467 12 270 1 99 718 27.7 38.3
1687 6:851 96 7,111 1,972 217 5,187 776 73.0 27.7 38.9 1947 1947 1,687 14,021 24 3 14601 4:,o65 433 10:432 1,728 71.5 27.8 375
223 2,896 22.0 94 5.8 3,103 1,278 202 2,736 548 88.2 41.2 40.0 19948 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ..................... 1948 223 6,019 16.9 199 12.2 6 484 2 651 404 ,669 1,148 87.4 4 3.
223 2,373 88 2,577 1,156 238 2,386 414 92.6 44.9 40.4 1947 1947 223 5,147 178 5,545 2,425 477 4,981 850 89.8 43:7 39.1
2,393 7,452 16.o 460 9.9 8,487 2,098 278 5,959 1,085 70.2 24.7 40.1 1948 Wabash ..................................... 1948 2,393 14,779 13.9 951 7.2 16,884 4,223 557 12,054 2 036 71.4 25.0 401
2,393 6,423 418 7,305 1,782 272 5,064 1,011 69.3 24.4 39.7 1947 Central Eastern Region: 1947 2,393 12,975 888 14832 3720 54 10 46 1,922 70.4 25.1 39,4
6,192 26,226 16.5 1,691 29,563 ,412 1,244 25,051 2,41 8.7 31.8 46.3 948 Baltimore & Ohio.......................... 1948 6,192 5,59 14.2 3,696 60,644 18,898 2,2 ,91 5069 8 31.2 6.
6,193 22,505 1756 25,74 8,569 1,160 21,:933 1,986 85:2 33.3 448 1947 1947 6,193 6,919 36,887 53,959 17,765 2,316 4:,904 4721 83.2 32.9 43.5
418 2,347 17.4 506 21.0 3,08 1,079 147 3,117 101.2 3.0 58.6 1948 Central of Now Jersey # ...............1948 4184,810 15.4 1,059 26.4 6,338 2,213295 6,428 101.434
419 1,999 48 2:637 898 150 2:603 34. 57 1 14 1 4 4 8 5506 1784 298 5,316 96.5 324
213 1,481 19.5 19 d 1.8 1,535 407 69 1,005 692 65.5 26.5 35.3 1948 Central of Pennsylvania ..................... 1948 213 2,921 9.9 41 5.7 3,023 885 136 2,146 1,237 71.0 29.3 7.6
213 1,240 20 1,284 395 59 914 504 71.2 30.8 36.3 1947 1947 213 2,658 39 2:748 796 118 1,870 1,123 68.1 29.0 34.9
909 2,017 23.8 287 2.0 2560 762 88 2,133 123 83.3 29.8 44.9 1948 Chicago & Eastern Illinois................. 1948 909 4,052 20.6 608 : 4.3 ,14:8 1555 176 4,340 269 84.3 30.2 45.3
91 1,629 282 2:130 664 88 1,853 35 87.0 31.2 47.5 1947 1947 910 3,359 636 :4418 1,7 177 3,908 43 87.9 331 43
391 2,960 21.5 3,570 646 81 2,278 494 63.8 18.1 41.9 1948 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................... 1948 391 5,993 17.5 7,124 1,363 163 4 687 847 65.8 19.1 43.1
391 2,437 2,881 570 74 1,877 321 65.2 19.8 41.9 1947 1947 391 5,098 6o46 1,125 147 3:8412 796 635 186 45
376 1,060 d 7.2 2,259 19.4 3,511 1,356 195 3,711 d 1.035 105.7 38.6 64.6 1948 Long Island ................................ 1948 376 2,141 .2 4,746 21.2 7,294 3,000 391 7:766 2 1 106.5 41.1 62.7
376 1:143 1,891 3,241 1,184 191 3,229 1 99.6 36.5 60.5 1947 1947 376 2:136 3,915 6,511 2,275 38 6483 99.6 34.9 6:.3
10,108 56,31i8 18.2 12,418 3.6 4,337 25,253 3,267 66,777 255 8 .8 34.0 503 1948 Pennsylvania ............................... 1948 10,108 113,519 14.3 26,212 d 1.1 151,711 51,681 6,688 135081 1 314 89.0 341
10,116 47,43 11,982 64889 22,599 3,312 61,15o d9.. 9412 34.8 53.3 1947 1947 1o,116 99,310 26:515 136:870 46:550 6:763 125,000 8 1.30 913 34910 :
1,351 8,574 11.8 661 16.1 9,700 3,331 457 7,938 733 81.8 34.3 43:.3 1948 Reading .................................... 1948 1,352 17,489 8.6 1,361 15.6 19,811 7,149 914 16,612 1,211 83.9 6.1 43.6
1,358 7,671 569 8,723 3,04o7 1451 6,926 809 79.4 34.9 4.4 1947 1947 1,358 16,110 1,177 18,320 6:131 900 14:206 1,872 77.5 335 40.2
837 3,57 21.3 11 d 27.2 3,707 1,133 162 2,671 662 72.0 30.6 36.6 1948 Wastern Maryland ........................... 1948 837 ,266 17.7 24 722.9 7580 2,287 2 532 1345 02 36
837 2,947 15 3,092 929 144 2,204 481 71.3 30.1 35.8 1947 cahon1947 837 617 51 :47901 287 766 23 9: 9 3
5076 23949 10.4 732 d 5.8 25,655 9,211 1,306 21,2 2,389 83.0 35.9 39.6 1948 Chesapeake & Ohio ........................... 1948 5.o06 4,9 7.4 16 d 1.8 418,626 2,611 4,25 920 823 355 39.
5056 21692 777 23,321 7,430 1,258 17,0o 3,529 73.1 31.9 35.4 1947 1947 505 45:54 1:61 -- 9:928 15092 22,511 34575 8,03 707 3o
2,129 13,325 15.8 416 d 15.2 14,262 4,463 725 10,060 2,700 0.5 313 34.0 194 Norfolk & Western .......................... 194 2,129 2,6 14.4 93 17.2 2,961 9,27 1 20,629 5,974 68 307 331
2,130 11,512 491 12,329 4,164 713 8,542 2,378 69.3 33.8 30.5 1947 1947 2,130 24 :447 1,134 26295 8 419 1424 17,393 5,392 66.1 320 294
5,572 9,075 10.5 2,089 10.9 12,172 3,598 356 9,402 1,325 77.2 29.6 40.8 1948 Atlantic Coast Line ......................... 194 5,572 18,1396 7.4 4,256 11.1 24,693 7,277 714 19 086 2,662 77 3 29 5 409
5,573 8,216 2,346 11,423 3,860 353 9:082 877 79.5 33.8 38.9 1947 1947 5,573 17:135 4:786 23:697 8,035 706 18:867 1,917 79.6 33.9 39.0
1,815 2,362 15.7 253 d 6.8 2,903 919 127 2,612 1 90.0 31.7 49.2 1948 Central of Oeorgia # ....................... 1948 1,81 4,825 17.3 515 58 5908 1,872 254 5 323 10 90.1 317 45
1.816 2:,041 271 -- 2,45 923 130 2:447 .3 96.1 36.3 50.0 1947 1947 1,816 4114 54 5:136 1:873 260 4974 324 96.8 65 50
337 2,672 18.3 215 23.2 3,040 1,008 126 2,118 11 69.7 33.2 31.1 1948 Cincinnati, Nsw Orleans & Texas Pacific .... 1948 337 5,458 19.2 457 17.7 6,233 1,961 252 4,200O 1,148 67.4 315 30.8
337 2,259 280 ,68o 888 115 1,915 05 71.5 33.1 32.5 1947 1947 337 4578 56 542 1,787 230 333 861 70.6 329 32.1
2906 727'259 11-3 431 6116 2,80 315 4,704 4710 76.9 33.8 34.7 1948 Gulf, Mobile & Ohio ......................... 1948 2,o906 10,92 974 .3 12,642 4,338 619 9,791 1,006 77.4 3 4.3
2,904 Z,727 434 5,583 1,846 2 4,226 471 75.7 33.1 34.3 1947 1947 2,904 9,428 971 11,272 3:686 512 8,549 865 75.8 32.1 34.7
6,581 17,686 19.2 1,958 1.5 21,789 6,870 981 16,307 2,3458 74.8 31.5 37.5 1948 Illinois Central ........................... 19489 6,5981 34,40 12.9 3,,'905 d 3.6 42,562 13,996 ,1953 ,514,588 77
6,582 14,843 1,929 18,512 6,107 944 14,057 1,942 759 533.0 367 1947 1947 6,582 30,48 4:052 38,000 12378 1:,85 :836 ,906 759 : 3
4,759 14,395 12.3 1,387 17.4 16,755 5,812 6 13,987 1,40o8 83.: 3:7 435 194 Louisville & Nashvlle ..................... 1948 4,79 29,05 11.0 2,680 5.6 33,866 11,765 1:387 28,557 2,634 843 3
4,768 12,815 1,181 14,867 5,025 11,987 1,384 so 33.8 41.3 1947 1947 4,768 26,179 2:538 30,592 10,279 1:285 24:625 2,937 80.5 33.6 41.5
1,051 2,261 19.1 199 9.7 2,737 945 103 2,328 139 85.0 34.5 43.6 1948 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis .......... 1948 1,051 4,765 21.4 424 d .7n 5,773 1,917 205 4,807 345 833 33.2 4.6
1,052 1,899 181 2,305 771 92 2,006 118 87.0 33.4 45.0o 1947 1947 1,052 3,924 427 4842 1:569 185 4:081 287 84.3 32.4 43.9
4,152 8,574 10.0 1,619 5.7 11,091 3,58 406 8,850 983 79.8 32.1 39:9 1948 Seaboard Air Line ............................ 1948 4,152 1,797 10.0 3,281 10.5 22,865 7,064 807 17,926 2,192 78.4 30.9 399
4:156 7,795 1,717 10,264 3,251 351 8,047 855 78.4 31.7 38.9 1947 1947 4:156 16,180 3,665 21:,367 6:561 702 16,:489 2,001 77.2 30.7 38.8
648 15,928 5.4 1,579 a 9.0 18,843 5,899 693 14,339 1,933 76.1 31.3 39-0 1944 9 southern ................................... 1948 6,48 3 3,855 9.6 3,416 10.3 40,018 12,395 1,386 29,999 4,430 75.0 31.0 38
6,.48 15,107 1,735 17,957 5,742 620 13,646 1,879 76.o 32.0 58.4 1947 1947 6,480, 56385 :1809 37:o26 12,138 ;124o 28:503 3:650 77.0 3
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* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
S Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
a/ Includes BosPon & Albany, Lessor to New York Central.
d Deorease or deficit.








INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1948 AND 1947 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY 1948 AND 1947
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
F P Percent Percent Operating e Percent Percent
Miles Freight Passenger Depreola- Net Oper- ealnte- tran- Freight Passenger Net Oper- malnte- trane-
of road tion in- railway eating nanoe portation Region, rod, and yea Avergerailway tingaceortatin
operated Per- Per All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses miles All Dprei- oper- ratio expenses penses
at close cent cent Total Mainte- in pre- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- of roae Per- Per- Total maint- tion in- Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
of month Amount in- Amount n- nanoce ceding income cent) eating ating operatedd Amount cent Amount cent nance eluded income cent) eating ating
crease crease column i revenues revenues o ina- n- inp revenues revenues
areasreasease ceding
column
(a) (b) (W) (d) (e) l (f) I) (h (1) (1) M() (1) ....(a) (__) LCr(_u)(o.11) (. ( (r ()(t)(() () ) (y) ()) (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
8,058 $10,095 12.5 $1,727 1.7 $13,488 $5,200 $916 $13,056 928 96.8 38.6 50.4 1948 hicago & North Western .......................... 1948 ,058 $20,740 10.6 3,57 d 1.7 $27,750 $10,710 $1,832 $26,882 (1 96.9 38.6
,4 971 1,698 12,087 ,728 869 11,499 __ 95.1 39.1 48.9 1947 1947 8,0o4 18,757 3,63 25,385 9,369 1,737 23,321 d 66 91.9 36.9 48.
1,500 2,361 20.1 52 d 22.2 2,643 568 104 1,944 218 73.6 21.5 46.1 1948 Chicago Great Western ........................... 1948 1,500 4,734 15.1 107 5,327 1,210 20 4,83 395 76.6 22.7 47.4
1,500 1,966 67 2,211 492 89 1,715 147 77.6 22.2 49.2 1947 1947 1,500 4,113 153 4,677 1,111 179 3,656 317 78.2 23.8 4g.o
10,671 15,529 16.2 4 1,672 5,581 1,019 16,034 65 85.9 29.9 .2 1948 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .......... 1948 10,671 i,34o 13.8 2,962 d 38,071 11,902 2,029 33,398 270 87.7 3r.3
10,733 13,369 134516,273 1776 959 12,996 1,129 79.9 29.3 .1 1971947 10,733 27,542 3,116 33,881 9,733 1,905 26,922 2, 0 79.6 22.7
161 2,126 15 6 d 2.6 2,540 760 114 2,2 6 90.0 29.9 4 1948 Chicago, St. Paul, Minnea polls & Omaha .......... 19 1,617 4,326 11.3 0 1 1 6 228 4,755 91.8 30.4
1 6 1,5 191 2,246 721 111 ,il l2 8:4 32.1 9 1947 1947 1,616 3,87 421 4: 71:7 222 4,151E- 4 7.4 30.9 50.3
569 226 35 2 11.6 260 912 105 372 d ,372 200 527.6 350.6 150.1 1948 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range .................... 194 569 347 d 5 d 1.9 419 1,75 208 2,635 d 2.4 629.6 407.3 10.
547 218 2 252 704 102 1,07 432.2 279.7 130.5 1947 1947 547 352 5 420 1,470 204 2,198 523.2 350.0 147.4
8,333 11,324 10.6 849 23.2 13,228 4,851 725 11,559 29 87.4 36.7 44.0 1948 Great Northean .................................. 1948 8,333 24,096 12.8 1,776 23.0 27,935 10,211 1,449 24,206 192 86.7 36.6 43.5
8,332 10,240 689 11,813 4,764 691 10,349 295 87.6 40.3 40.5 1947 1947 8,332 21,357 1,444 24,634 9,708 1,377 21,469 606 87.2 39.4 1.1
3,225 1,863 11.2 85 d 5.3 2,101 1,038 110 2,421 d 555 115.2 49.4 57.2 1948 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ....... 1948 3,225 3,943 10.0 184 d 3.7 4,439 2,085 218 4,963 d 952 111.8 47.0 57.2
3,224 1,675 90 1,886 81 00oo 1,932 102.4 43.0 52.5 1947 1947 3,224 3,586 192 4,050 1,636 200 3,990 98.5 40.4 51.5
6,909 9,224 2.7 461 d 10.0 10,599 4,460 617 9,701 92 91.5 42.1 41.7 1948 Northern Pacific................................ 194g 6,909 19,222 2.7 1,022 d 14.2 22,115 9,010 1,231 19,912 334 90.0 4o.7 41.6
6,921 8,977 512 -- 10,270 3,995 581 8,537 1,139 83.1 38.9 37.0 1947 1947 6,921 18,714 1,191 21,588 7,992 1,153 17,708 2,387 82.0 37.0 37.7
1,051 2,020 15.0 29 d 7.9 2,192 632 65 1,760 142 80.3 28.8 45.1 1948 Wisoonsin Central # ............................. 1948 1,051 4,052 15.9 65 .5 4,405 1,286 130 3,655 137 83.0 29.2 47.6
1,051 1,757 31 1,59 528 68 1,539 69 82.8 28.4 46.4 1947 1947 1,o051 3:496 72 3,781 1,o64 136 3,073 231 81.3 28.1 47.0
Central Western Region:
13,081 28,622 11.6 3,760 1.5 35,795 11,638 1,665 28,352 3,423 79.2 32.5 3 .4 1948 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe ................. 1948 13,081 60,670 14.1 7,84 .6 1,481 24,164 3,33 8,177 7,71 77.1 32.0 3.2
13,107 25,648 3,703 32,094 10,839 1,731 24,103 3,621 75.2 33.8 3 .5 1947 1947 13,107 53,195 7,87 ,862 21,950 3,467 9,724 8,051 74.4 32.8 34.8
8,867 15,152 6.2 1,416 17.9 1,322 4,950 946 12,869 2,328 70.2 27.0 37.2 1948 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ................... 1948 8,867 30,844 7.7 2,980 14.4 37,387 9,951 1,8s6 26,111 4,848 69.8 26.6 3.4
8,868 14,25 1,201 16,866 4,011 859 10,529 3.102 62.4 23.8 33.3 1947 1947 ,868 28,623 2,605 34,320 8,3o04 1,725 21,634 6,232 63.0 24.2 33.5
7,60 11,273 10.0 1558 d 2.5 I 14,008 3,929 64 11,378 666 81.2 28.0 45.0 194 Chicago, Rock slnd & Paifo ................. 1948 7,650 23,269 9.4 3,48 d 296,183 8,107 1,298 23,373 1,725 0.1 2 .8 44.3
7,650 10,250 1,598 I 12,851 3,525 628 9,719 1,339 75.6 27.4 4.o 1947 1947 7,650 21,26 3,51 2,887 7,191 1,253 19,900 3,12 74.0 2.7 39.3
2,443 4,675 21.5 205 3.6 067 1,156 265 3,363 1,115 66.4 22.8 36.4 1948 Denver & Rio Grande Western ........................ 1948 2,443 9,510 23.6 447 d6.8 10,373 2,468 526 ,05 2,131 6.5 23.8 .
2,471 3 18 ,219 1,294 257 3,229 673 76.5 30.7 38.4 1947 1947 2,471 7,95 479 -- 8,5 2,01 515 6,919 987 80.9 32.8
,195 27,355 9.2 3394 d 1.6 33215 10,6 1,151 26,566 2,373 80.0 31.9 4.5 1948 Southern Pacific Co. ............................. 194 8,195 55,852 2.4 7,223 d15.7 6,199 21,809 2,213 54,763 4,600o 8.3 32.0
8,228 25,052 1701 31,49 9,188 1,024 23,684 2,925 75.3 29.2 38.1 1947 1947 8,228 51,512 8,570 64,94o 18,941 2,041 49,701 5,572 76.5 29.2 39
9,756 25,818 7.4 3,085 1.6 31,6 10,133 1,591 25,006 1,575 79.1 32.1 38. 194 Union Pacific .................................. 19 9,756 54,412 11.1 6,945 1.0 66,950 20,952 2,891 1,622 4,162 77.1 31.3 37.6
9,775 24,030 3,036 29,190 8,226 1,164 21,169 2,979 72.5 28.2 36.4 1947 1947 9,775 46,962 6,876 60,603 16,994 2,329 4,252 6,029 73.0 2.0 37.0
1,195 2,821 13.2 114 .3 3,012 954 124 2,415 251 20.2 31.7 39.5 1946 Western Pacific ................................ 18 1,195 526 12. 251 d 19.4 6,238 1,969 24 4,973 63 79.7 31.6
1,195 2,492 118 2,687 997 113 2,418 d25 90.0 37.1 43.2 1947 147 1,195 65 311 5643 225 4,970
1,110 2,130 20.9 165 d 12.2 2,557 813 89 2,234 2 87.4 31.8 49 1948 International Great Northern #................. 1948 1,110 4,442 25.2 d 7.7 : 1,679 175 4,570 202 85.3 31:3 .
1,110 1,761 188 2,202 771 77 1,915 d _129 87.0 35.0 45.1 1947 1947 1,110o 3,550 44,42 1,553 153 1,5o4 d 10 27.1 34.6 5.3
890 2,38412 66 262 2.6 633 8 96 1,59 25: .0 30.8 194 Kansas City Southern ........................... 1948 890 5,747 19.1 173 10.2 6,402 1,255 193 3,591 1,44o 6.1 1.6 30.5

3,253 41666 12.3 332 d r.0 5525 1,6 208 4,519 W13 81.8 28.2 45.0 194 Mieeourl-Kansae-Texas Lines .................... 1948 3,253 9.652 17.1 738 d 2.8 11,471 3,314 415 9,375 641 817 28.9 44.4
3253 4,154 350 91 1 3,2715 .77.9 29.5 39.7 1947 1947 3,25322 759 9,90 2,937 379 7,81 667 797 2940.9
7,012 13,374 5.1 1,056 d 19.2 15,910 4,968 61 13,237 12 832 31.2 45.9 1948 Missouri Pacific # ........................... .. 194 7,012 27,847 7.1 2,114 d 21.3 33,090 10,264 1,380 27,050 2,336 1.7 31.0 44.6
7,037 12,728 1,307 15,282 439 6o 13,237 2,146 2 3.1 28.7 38.2 1947 1947 7,037 25999 272 3,3 9,234 1,321 23,12 4,302 74.0 29.5 35
1,854 5,o040 44.4 467 13.4 5936 1,587 196 4,385 602 73. 26.7 39.7 1946 Texas & Pacific ................................ 1948 1,854 10,303 47.0 989 4.2 12,175 3,397 391 9,118 1,199 74.9 27.9 39.6
1,873 3,490 412 Z281 1,210 187 3,227 542 75.Z 28.3 37.8 19471947 1.873 7,009 949 2,777 2,522 374 6,710 1,073 76.5 28.7 38.2
4,645 7015 6.3 608 16.3 8,326 2,766 396 7,267 437 87.3 33.2 46.5 1948 St. Louls-San Francisco ........................ 1948 4,645 14,584 8.6 1,298 9.9 17,309 5,659 789 14,942 988 86.3 32.7 46.3
4,645 6,599 523 7,704 2,358 323 6,100 759 79.2 30.6 41.5 1947 1947 4,645 13,427 1,121 15,845 5,140 767 12,934 1,325 21.6 32.4 4.1
129 271 d 14.9 10 d 27.4 300 0 4 277 d 12 2.2 26. 57.2 1949 St. LouLis-San Francisco & Texae ................. 1948 1 626 105 319 d 38.0 682 16o 251 5 0.8 23. 4.
318 37.9 1947 1947 IN 566 31 622 147 72 56 75.2 23.
1,575 4,527 19.4 52 d 12.7 4,731 1,022 130 2,918 823 61.7 21.6 34.1 1948 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ................... 1948 1 575 9,261 20.2 105 d 26.0 9,623 2,002 260 5,895 1,798 60.9 20.7 34.1
1,575 3,791 59 3,977 1,005 123 2,442 753 61. 25.3 29.8 1947 1947 1:575 7,7o4 142 2,112 1,937 246 0,926 1,52 60.7 23.9 30.4
4,316 2,629 17.1 210 1.4 10,179 2,724 22 7,449 1,065 73.2 27.3 39.4 1942 Texas & New Orlean............................ 1948 4 ,316 17,534 21.2 1,642 d 11.0 20,552 14,942 2,160 72.7 27.0 39.3
4,320 7,422 799 8,201 2,200 27 5,925 1,212 67.3 25.0 35.5 1947 1947 4:320 14,470 1,845 17,530 4,49 4 12,285 2,097 70.1 25.5 7.5


* Percent increase computed on unite of dollars.
SIncludes amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
s/ Includes Atohison, 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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