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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
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
 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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
lccn - sn 88029200
ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
ddc - 385.0973 fU56ol
System ID: AA00015604:00090
 Related Items
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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3 1262 08731 0651 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




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


U.. DEPOMTORY


FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 1948 AND 1947
I______94________ 7FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL 1948 AND 1947

of road Depreoi s. N t-r1atns AverageFr i t Passenger Deprecl- Net Oper- maint s- tran- -
AU ation In. railway ating nance portation Region, road, And year miles aeprnci-.railway sting nanoo
operatedPeree i. Operating revenues Operaope- ratio epens expensein expenses
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of month-Amount Gen in pre- operated maios
cre Amoun inse rease oolece revenue) at s revenues Amount en Amount In- nanre- income cen ating an
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1,723
1,838
1:838

794
794
973
973
2,229
2,229



1,252
1,252
10,7

1,687
1:687
223
223
2,393
2,393
6,192
6,193
418
419
213
213
909
910
391
391
376
376
10,108
loi0,116

1,351
1,358
837
837
5,076
5,056
2,129
2,130
5,572
5,573


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4,7 12,892 -- 1,122 -
1,051 2,522 14.8 20 1
1,052 2,196 177
4,152 9,221 12.0 1,464 d
4,156 8,233 1,510 --
6 3 16,36 5.3 1,497 a.d
6,484 15,491 ;1,538 --


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


$553,893
522,505
5,624
5,161
9,39g
7:374
4,402
3,876
5,915
5,336
12,o06
11,258
3,468
3,281
5,556
5,229
41,318
41,909
8,062
7,216
2,869
2,711
7,285
7,063
26,193
25,728

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1:492

1:675
2,871
2,547
1,232
2,Ir7
1,142

53,774
54:586
596

8,619
8:296
2,726
2,993
17, 847
19,794
10,3e2
10,348


2,620
2,216
2,972
2,906
5,415
,:897

16,819
15,389


6.0 066,548
67,403
9.0 963
1,042
13.8 4;2
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13.6 126
16o
10.9 6

6.6 633
520
66

5.7 141
172
6.3 277
378
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11.7 120
113
5.8 82
86
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1,706
9.3 476
430
4.1 i6
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2,207
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12,455
3.9 627
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1,736
18.2 249
196
18.6 155
178
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2,115


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(Money items in inousands or doUllars)
0675,632 $222,8 1 29,886 $546,868
b42,014 210,37 28:572 5F8,66o
,:296 1,99 279 5,432
33 205 279 5,208
14,o69 3,447 52 10,367
12,939 3,734 44 10,257
4,668 1,632 15 3,647
4,174 1,436 15 3,291
;,468
82 191 37 5,213

13,. 3,700 580 10,277
12,7 3,572 551 9,735
3,9 1,3 5 16 3,59
S 1,0 16 2,880
6,185 1,70 270 4,865
5,995 1,9 263 5,o40
56,776 17,845 2,853 48,407
56,952 18,792 2,720 47,196
8,374 2,681 220 6,066
7,511 2,184 215 5,525
3,071 1,27 200 2,670
2,923 1,183 239 2,46
8,244 2,432 278 6,127
7,962 2,223 274 5,699

29,57 8,80 1,252 23,748
29,21 10,063 1,208 24,272
3.369 97 147 2,84
3,098 9 149 2,724
1,61 47 71 1,o62
1,543 39 5 916
2,448 71 95 1 9o04
2,184 77 9 1:984
3,454 13 91 2,238
3,101 6 73 1,932
3,91 1,41 203 3,826
3,556 1,07 192 3,243

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9,775 3,721 458 8,052
9,510 3,163 450 7,189
2,81 1,0,1 62 2,19
3,117 1,07 147 2:296
19,61 7,41 1,309 17,539
21,736 7,952 1,255 17,742
11,149 ,97 7 8,702
11,327 4,22N 2 8:,5
11,95 413 356 10,oo0
11,253 4:,296 353 9,761
3,18 1,009 127
2,71 877 129
3,283 1,00 126 2,064
2,843 898 115 1,905
6,357 2,165 315 4,732
5,825 1,991 271 4,433
21,175 6,397 986 15,46
19,566 6,679 954 14,865
14,399 5,76 p7 1,
15,108 5,265 5 4 12,220
2,6 918 103 2,248
2,618 853 92 2,133
11,479 3,845 422 8,978
10,582 3,690 364 8,511
19,07 627 8 69 722
18,3 6 6,158 6 1 ,147


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1948 Total-Roads listed herein. ................ 1948 204 446
1947 1 o:
197 New England Region: 1947 204:688
1948 Boston & Maine ............................. 1948 1, 757
1947 1947 1,762
1942 New York, New Haven & Hartford ............. 194g i 238
1947 1947 i g3g
Great Lakes Region: 1947 183
1949 Delaware & Hudson .......................... 1948 794
1947 1947 794
1948 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ............. 19429g
1947 1947 93
1948 Erie ....................................... 1948 2,229
1947 1947 2:229
1948 Grand Trunk Western ........................ 194 972
1947 1947 972
1942 Lehigh Valley .............................. 1942 1,252
1947 1947 1,254
1948 New York Central a/ ........................ 1948 10,745
1947 1947 10,746
1948 New York, Chicago & St. Louis .............. 1948 1,687
1947 1947 1,687
1948 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ..................... 1948 223
1947 1947 223
1948 Wabash ..................................... 1948 2,393
1947 1947 2,393
Central Eastern Region:
1948 Baltimore & Ohio ........................... 194 6 192
1947 1947 6:193
1948 Central of New Jersey # .................... 194 418
1947 1947 4l9
1942 Central of Pennsylvania .................... 1948 213
1947 1947 213
1948 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ................. 1948 909
1947 1947 910
1948 Elgin, Jolilet & Eastern ................... 1949 91
47 1 947 391
1948 Long Island ................................ 1948 376
1947 1947 376
1949 Pennsylvania ............................... 1948 10,108
1947 1947 10o,16
1948 Reading .................................... 194g 1,351
1947 1947 1,359
1948 Western Maryland ........................... 1948 37
1947 1947 837
Pooahontas Region:
1948 Chesapeake & Ohio .......................... 1948 5,07
1947 1947 5,056
1949 Norfolk & Western .......................... 1948 2,129
1947 1.. . 2,130
194 Southern Region: 1947 2130
19479 Atlantic Coast Line ....................... 1949g ,I2
197 1947 3,5
1948 Central of Georgia # ...................... 1948 1,815
1947 1947 1,816
19498 Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pnofio .... 1948 339
1947 1947 33
194g Gulf Mobile & Ohio .......................... 194g 2
1947 i 94 2'
1948 Illinois Central ........................... 4 6,581
1947 947................... 6,52
1948 Louisville & Nashville ..................... 194 4759
1947 .. 1947 4,76g
1948 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ......... 1948 1,051
1947 1947 1,052
1948 Seaboard Air Line .......................... 194g 4 1i52
1947 1947 4;i6
1948 Southern ................................... 194g 6,483
1947 1947 6,48


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


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
0.8 S2,755,867 893,8391 $118,463
2:5326,7 802,5181 113,513


$2,25;,'Z75
2,05 ,4 9
23,536
20,207
31,864
28,390
17,8399
14,0942

20,i0


14,o4l
12,676
22,251
20,779
172,241
161,709
34,020
29,136
12,4

30,066
27,266

106,789
98,971
10,458
9,150
6,243
5,682
8,178
6:899

11,840
10,602
4 7


225,656
209,98
35,747
35,180



82,287
90,313





10,243
8,731
11,4i6
9,550
21,0
19:,t709
62,64o
62,981
56,g08
53:674
9,936
2,322
36,923
33,076
62,513
62,817


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16.5

12.2

11.9

16.5

15.9

10.8

10.0

6.5

16.8

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11.7

5.6

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2.1

10.5

17.3

19.5

11.9

9.0

5.8

18.5

11.6

9.1


4,6
4:136
18,263
16,806
6og8
700
3,448
3,133
2,531
2,079


6R4


39, 366
37, 5o4
489
451
376
352
1,
1: M9

7,161
7,395
2,o44
1,702
76
74
1,145
1,195


9563
8221
50,759
51,227
2,670
2,439


3,232
3,391





1,02 6
1,001
45




1,046
1,015



7,811
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4,878
4,8

g22
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6,578
6,977
6,463
6,939


1.7

8.7

d 13.1

10.1

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31,007
27,277
55,698
50,10o4

18,951
17,171
29,271
25,524

45,900
1,330
15,772
1,303
25,589
23,854
236,613
222,700
35,296
30,286
13,102
11,290

34,150
30,904
120,880
112,920
13,5o06
11,858

6,470
5,283
10, 34
9,03b
14,243
12,604
15,234
13,663
302,514
285,150
4o
37:,58
13,716
13,310
95,491
97,485

3,142


12,44o
10,813
12,909
11,206



85,316
724
65,784
62,533
11,857
10,184

47,002
43,293
o0,372
74,736


10,360
8,598
16,281
14,2g41



7,254
7,121
14,722
13,587


7,5o5
7,096
80,280
74,170
9,980
8,371

4 292
:826

8,959




2,982
.9 9

37,908
374627
4,210
3,751



3,135
2,980
2 1



3,930
106,184
943,79
14,349
12,361
4,532
3,902
34,782
30,902
1i726
11,722
15.497
1i,585
3,970
3,721
3.?6l
8,812
7.739
27,904
25,746
23,g11
20,729
3,930
3,294
14,872
13,883
24:147


1,112
1,119
2,052
1,939
616
638
1,418
1,383
2,288
2,205

06?
72


1,073
1,059
11,345




I,587
10,259




1,113
1,090
4 985
4,718


277
235
359
355




13 ,726
l4;,og2
1,829
1,200

649
578
5,242
5,023
12,91



2:900

1,406
1,411

508
518





3,922
3,788
2,795
2,572


1,636
1,419
2,43


$2,247,624
2,002,445
25,551
21,502

4^6

14,963
13,143
23,470
20,349
42,595
38,303
13,926
11,316
21,514
19,592
209,210
189,982
24,738
21,591
11,256
9,982
24,756
21:708
100,844
93,584
12,407
10,887z
4,326
3,793
8,502
7,925
9,267
7,228
15,375
13,00b
271,303
253,052
32,956
28,703
10,145
9,og81
80,915
70,621
3,222
3686

38:8
10,834
9,985
2,375
7,7215



6905
5 9255

9,824
845
36,476
33:886
60,127
57,235


8170,985
210,807
K.:M

1:93i

536
794
1,913
1,903
2,428
2,424
5,367
3: .6 2
11S
.1,309
1,282
1,852


4,631
3,597
2,24
1,869

3,854
4099
10i,43
9,:'52


2 99O
2,543
644
io6
1,744
l.go6



5.2o7
3,224
:124

2,233
2,403
7,116
14:718
lo:&

4,646
2,953
443
d 140
2,598
1,877
2,224
1:931
7,602
8,863
4,256
6:185
Sgi
6 7

4,689
3,887
9,002
7,427


Statement No. M-150
APRIL 1948


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31.6
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31.5
29.2
29.6

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


FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 194g AND 1947 FOR FOUR MONTHS ND2O WITH APRIL 19g48 AND 1947
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues OpeLrating expensesPecn
Percent Percent 'Percent Percent
of road Depreia- railway eating nano* nrtation Region, road, and year ralesDonInlway-
s.rs lg, Pa jssengerr Net Oper meinte -rne Ave.g Fh Pasege a sne Derei Taotal Set Cur- S asd. t
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(Money items In thousands of dollars)* (Money Items in thousands of dollars)*
Nortlhwestern Regionl 5k 23
8 $175 46 17, 9-5 $1 17 43g 918 13,57 913 71 Chicago 6 North Weste.rn ......................... 1910 80o 37.6 $091.9 Tr k .. 1 3573
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:59195 893 670 11,925o56 .19k7.g7 ,.4 7gi gig9E.$7.5.0
2p 6 9.5 42 d 47. 0 2 11 l ;03k 73-Z 272194OUgo Great eerss ............................19 1,500 9,9 13.6 21 d 3.2 .035 2 601 42 8,3 71 23:
1:1O2 67 :8 N 89 2062 7. 3- 9 7619g47 1,500 8,759 342 9:9O1 23A 4 359 7,66 89 77.6 2
10,67 1,174 2.4 1,426 4.7 18,509 6 45 16 o 100 8.7 37. 44. s g Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, & Pacific.......... 19 g10 64021 9.2 944 1.6 77,46 25,093 o6 67,055 1,021 86.5 32.4 47
10,733 11,82&1,497 18:130 597 966 14:661. 1,252 80.9 33.0 k1-5 1547 19147 10:733 58,636 042 71,414 20,802 3,54 55.781 6,137 78.l 25.1 22.6
1 2 o .6 6 .2 464 11,6 2, 2 1:466,
1 -6 1 2 l 8 7 6 3 2,1400 31:0 14 Chicago, St. Pa ul, Minneapolis, & u a .......... 1 1, 8709 5.0 7 d7 2.0 3 g.5 -d 6 5 L5:
5 3,7 63.0 1 d 4I .0 4 6 91g 102 2,209 1,7 1 1.3 21.3 29.4 1ga Duluth,Hissabe Js Iron Hangs..................... 19 569 k,388 51.3 g d l k 5,08 168263 4k13 6,38 d 1 1 12M? 71.31
217 79 102 1,617 7 7 a 305 29.2 1947 147 57 2,900 8 -35,335 3,06 407 5 0 5 151.0 92 .5 .
14 :24 3. 1,01 3.3 16,9639 650 13003 1 8 71 78.1 36.4 361 4 Great Northa................................... 1942 8,|13 T 1.7 3,869 17.5 2B,805 13 r 1 227 8 4.3 3.
130 09 3. g6l a 3 47..... 3 205 34 093 8 39.
15,959 53 11,755 2:337 73.7 347 3 .9 1 7 197 ? 2,2 2 . . 02 ;.4; 3. 3.5
6 2.2 7 d ., 9 d 21. *6 2, 1 1,180 109 2,414, d 9: .9 46.9 42.6 19 4 Minneapolis, t. Paul & Saul ..t t. o........ Mr .17 3: 4.4 11o.31 744 4 1 ;1 :3 :105: : :
2, 22789 2,51 961. 102 2,165 1 9 37.7 141.6 19k7 31;4. 872d 8. 33 9.4 36 1 9, kj 437 98 d 1 k
6,1909 10,569, 6.1 7 2.9 12,3020 4 :o,351 617 9 287 1,8 773 36 2 33:4 1948 Northern Pacific ................................ 194 6,909 140 040 3.1 2 o85 d 2.9 ,9 18,202 2 ,66 39, 1 2,6 85.8 397
6,921 ,95749711,333 4,39 592 8,853 1,566 78.1 35.6 35.4 1947 117 6,921 38843 2,14722 16,172 2,33 35,6 5,603 80.3 3
1,051 2:31 13.0 33 d 7.7 2,510 676 66 1, 55 9 69.9 .27.0 37.5 1948 Wisconsin C entral i.... . ....................... 1948 1,051 8,624 13T .7 1 d 7.0 9 2,67 260 953 7 .0
1,051 2,043 3632,235 15 15 66 ,6.9 23.0 38.2 1947 1947 1051 7,5860 14 2 6 2 67 9 112 73. 9
0eetrl Wes tern Region





15,1971- i7 ^ J;7 i 3,^ 1- 861. 37.1 6? ^ '"^ oW.. om.......... ^ ^ 1. 3 37.3 19kg 3-7 320 1;g ^ g7 ^
13,81 33, 28 18.3 4,O 12.7 3 1,197 1,7107 3 77.1 3 15.6 3 1948 Atchison, Topk & Santa Fe / ....................... 19. 13,081 127,1476 17.0 16,102 9.4 1 5 978 ,459 6 711 1230
13,011 3 419,03 12,47 7 1,74 ,901 3,2 7 17 1310 189 1 34,:6 9:. 1947 14 72 N 1 40 78.0 75 .4
2 .14 0 1 .6 1 2 2. 1 p 184 8ourl o .....................4 8 $67 61,626 4.7 5,662 11.1 74.51 21, 16 3 ,79 5, 8 , 70.9 2.5 .6
1:,532 1.191 1962 :0 66 1,:3 1,1 C. 3 1. 1947 uou n.147 8,6 58,1 5,1098 70 0 17,220 3, 2u 43892 .12, 431 6. 3
n,5 ez1947 a 96 58,851 ,1 7o10:9 o-53; 3. .
76 11378 1 2 8.2 1,62 4.1 1' ,121 4,163 654 134 1,37 75.3 27.5 3 19 48 Chicago, Rook Island. & Pacific........................ 1948 7,650 2,4935 8.5 6,91 1.1 60,036 16,5 2,6 4 ,9705 ,493 77.8 27.6
70oo6 62 1,3 64,198 10.3714 1,700 73.8 28.5 37.7 1947 1947 7,6503 4,507 6:876 55,710 15,180 2,5091l40791 6,:9 73.2 27.3
2,;14 3 4 18.3 751 3,67 755 76.8 4 .6 3. 194 Denver Ri.o Grande Western ... .................. 244844 411.3 20 1 62 14 633 3,591 7.9 277
2o 471 36 7 0 o .0.261 3, 313 321 1: 35.7 3..9 .................... 147 2:471 15, 39 19. 7:294 573 1 1,5 7 9 2
1.7 197 5,,7 5 7L) ,3 13,811 2,037 79.9 33.2 38.9
19 944 10.82.9 36,119 11229 1127 28193 2,92 78.1 31.1 39.7 4 Southern Pacific Go ..........................1 8 ,194 116, 20.7 14 708 d. 141 929 44 4,462 463 11,157 7 31.4







4:120 : lo.8 177I 11. 1,1f m.1, 1 68 ^3:| ^--- ............................. ; 6^ 1. ; 6 432 ^1 ~ 4 3^492 7: 643
2 10,058 1,012 2,607 1.916 77.1 30.3 39.0 197 1947 8,228 105,56,16,218131,700 384o75 101,065 10,092 76.7 29.6
9,751 6 3.5d9 0 ,8 10,13 3:6992 81.2 35.3 37.0 19148 Union Pacific....................................19148 9,108,370 7.7 13,208 d 1.4 132,711 42,867 103,687 7,2 3.3 3
013 ,17 2,545 2,079 77.7 33.7 35.9 1947 1947 9,775 100,607 1 ,4oi 123,Z23 36,722 :.M5 91,262 11,742 73.9 29.8
,15 ,7 .o 131 417.5 2,956 1,114 126 2,636 614969.2, 4 1148134 33.7
121,7214 3 159 2,313 1,087 113 87.12,6 36 64 13 ; 4westernPacific..................................... 1 195 11,586 8.9 d18.5 12,447 4,19 4 9 1 41, 82.3 33.7
.636137. 9.5 1947 S19147 1,195 10,642211,622 4,262 4 10,024 86.3 36.7
1,110 2,320 15.1 16 d15.6 222 2 kg6:5 3:148 outhesternionGreatNorto8u1,110027 197413.14 17 353 9
2o o3 13, 2 z ,488 4 1 no 91.5 . 7.o 1Intz.ernto Great No rather j, .7 ___ ,6 31 9,473 60, 878 32.6 8.
1,110 2 7016 192120 00 2 13282 1 67 147 1......6,OO5 3695 17.95.
890.3,02 24.1 k 690 11741 18. 31,6 9.14 1305 2508 7,131 3,05 19 .2 2o.
9903 2.1 4 11.7 3:3T 620 113 1,729818 ,1, 1.6 15 27.0 19kg ansas City Southern..............................4ia1 690 7,9 604 :..
690 2,4354k2,7742 6 730 23.3 330 34 67937 220
5 6 o.7-1153 97,82.O9355 9 47 1,47 e90 9,9a6f011142 2 588 31436823.8
,253 5,517 18.2 27 4 19.1 6,5 1 1618 208 4,677 65 73.8 205.5; 140.2 1948 Missouri-Xansas-Texas Lines.......................19g48 3,253 20.491 17.7 1.337 4d14.6 214,006 6,695 82 18,943 1,769 7.2794.
3,253, 367 5:192 1675 192 4,298 34 7 :3 39 3 1447 3:253 17412 1,5195 o762.6,61 11 27 29.
3. 19.47 .o1 ,g ,9 o 22. ,1 .5 5 2 ,0,799 6. o891.6:361.o
,012 15,130 13.0 946 420.6 17,1464 ; ,223 70 13,235 2,175.8 29,9 1 400 19k issouri Pacific .............................."1948 7,012 5759 8196 4 17.9 67,94
7,038 13,393 1191 15,962 071, 67 12,8 1,61 7.6 31.8 39. 1 1947,7,037 53,15,110 63,01 19,320 2972 7,809 75.3 30.3
4 4 408 1 4 75 .Texas& Pacific.......................................1,8k 24,14 1.o743.3 1,860 7.0 25,13 .05k 724 18,9 2, 28.2 39.9


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39 1,71 136 98 3,1 66 758 28.5 37.8 19471,8(3 1 199 1,739 18395 5,307 7613 1404 2,31228.9 3.
4164 7,72 15.2 5o,52.0 8982 2,900 391 7,9: 1,23 42.9 3. 19148 S. Te ias nw rane ............................. 19 4: &4; 36400, 10.28. :3,153-9 1.6 42,1:04 N1192:31,07554,97 2 3.
4: 53144St. ouis-an r7n31cc . . .4,6 027 0 1.2 23: .
4764 23 3, 214 7, 9 ,62 .2 1947:o5908.2 29 0 43.2 1914 7 k 6k 27590 2 ,712 2,907 81.1 32.3o.
l9 375 25.6 2W. 53.14 416 87 4 288 50 69.3 21.0 k1.; 19148 St. Louis-San Francisoo A Texas .............11 48 159 1,34 13.6 55 .5 1148232 16 1,129111A 62 2244.
208 14 326 79 4 2143 21 714.8 243 k3-3 19147 1,347 160 11:86 5591,302 303 16 958 118 73.6 23.3133
14 10.89 5 4.4 l;8 1,161 130 311414 99 60.9 22.5 32.4 19148 St. Louis Southwestern Lines......................... 1 ,51175 19,923 20.0 215 d 14.5 20 190 4,3551 12,351 14,056 59.4 21.0 3.
4:96 Z6 7 1,073 126 21,608 1,1417 56.0 23.0 27.3 1947 1,575 1,0 251 1 4,2356 4146 10,391 3,589 59.7 24.3 2.
4,316 9,5 16.2 71414 d415.1 10,596 2,778 2680 7416 1,323 700 26.32 37.2 19148 Texas 6 Now Orleans.............................. 1948 k,16 3614143 18.9 3,154 d411.6 142.32 1,9 1,074 3O,Z 4,972 1.01 26.4 3.
14320 7879 6 251 6160 1,352 6.812 1W194714,320 30,6503,566 36,71 9,272 992 24 4,916 7 25. 35.8


Percent increase oomputed on units of dollars.,
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
g/Inoludes Atohison, Topeka A Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
a Decrease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1948-0-750175


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