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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 )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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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
lccn - sn 88029200
ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00091
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


Statement No. M-150
MAY 1948


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


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 1948 AND 1947 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY 194 AND 1947
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses...ii..
mile right Passenger epre- t Ope Freight Passenger per oe t Perent
of road tion In. railway eating nanoe portation Region, road, ad year Average epre lwat Ope- maint trans-
operated Pe,-. P- All oluded oper- ratio expenses expenses miles nation in- railway atlng nanoe portation
at sloe. ent ctnt total ainte- in e Total eating (per- of oper- of op of road Peror- Pe A eluded oper- rati expense expenses
of month Amount n- Amount nane in Income cent) eating eating operated Amount cent Amount ent T l ante- e- Total atng (pe of ope ofop
oreae oreae oln revenue r nu nanoe eding income cent) ating atng
grease orease column r revenues revenues
(a) (b) (a) (d) (e) (fI) (g) (h) () ) / 0) W U) (.(1) a) n) -() () (() (r) () t) (u) (v) () (Y) z)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
137 d 14 0, 760.02.0. 198 T otal-Ro adsor **. 10.2d0.0 9$941,7
fit if="1 -' I ---- WP1^ ^7 ^ f77:3 : :1 ^.w1gicr'"" *******t *= -- --5 7; 10 2 9 6
2 4,692 9671. ,o:57'. 1 3189 1,920,222 3 '7 NoEngland Region: 1947204,6 2,6o,698355,130 :1: 1,0o2,o7 4 2,5 ', 199 280,909 75.6 31 1
i 15-2 1m2 d .1: 7 279 5 19 Bos .o ........................*..... 2,3 1. 2: 9 1 94
5 9 279 5,371. 6 31.7: 1947 1947 12 701591,MJ2545.... .75. 1.
1:79,27 0 1 .2 6:3 95:22 31 739 1R1 9 U 8 542 7 5..................1.... 11.4
1,3 17.2 1 3,9 l0,94 12 .5 194 e Re Haven & Hartford................ 5 5 5 4o440 13.2 22,522 6.20261 9 1 1622
1,53 7,320 413,24 3,902 3 10,550 90 79.7 29.5 1947 Great LakesiRegion:1947 1,538 35,7102 1,530 6 3,314 1,452,670 2
4 4 9 14o 6i i. 356 7361 : 194 Delaware & Hudson. ........................ 194 79 11.4 74 d01 24,1 151 5 3
132282 1 1 373. 1947 91947 794 20353 21,4 7100 16:7 2,556 7.:
ill 1 3.7 81 7,o7 18:I 361 5: 7 71 2 .4 h4 :194 Delaware, l:La kawanna & Western ............... 194 29 36 1.4,261 .2 336 :0:2





9: 5: 1 S; VI2S .I |;7 1 69 7:1 2?:1 :1 19 1947 9 257--3 3,939---------- 5 ,0 2 2571 .2 27.9 3
2229 1136 15- 7 6 142 5 4 372 55 9 928 ,1 E1 3E.1 i........... ............................1947 2,229 3 15.9 3,7 9.7 1,4: 5 9 12,86 p 26.9
2,4 229 13:1551. 61 1,2 1 7 4,6 553 9 2 1 94 1,7n 29.2 . ..1947 ,1945 6,222 0 5911 13 ,75 7 314: 9 7. 9 25.,
4,0 9144 dP. 79.59 F 7. 2.1 42.6 19 Grand Trunk Wes telrn oi........................ 1945 92 18,o6 18 12.4 798 d 6.6 20,21 6,78 881 33
4,0279 15 1 92 11 6S 12 15 2, 7:02 29.7 41.8 1947 1947 9 2 6,075 5 8 5 48. 2 53 845.
12 5, 989 8.6 30 611 63 1,92g 27 5,2 70 7.7 29.0 43. 194 Lehigh Valley .............................. 194 1,252 28 4 9.7 A1:805 5 3,22 1,3 26,7 1,99 3. 29.3 47.6
1:,2 5 511 35 6,226 1, 9969 263 5,176 4 31 31.6 455 1947 1947 1,253 26,293 1,030,050 965 1,322 247 2,25 8 2.3 30.1 .9
4 73 9 45 | 1 847 7 4, : 9 31945 York .Central, /l........................19 107 219,560 7.5 4853 1. 23 1 ,839
10 5016075 9,054 2,735 7,821 5,310 50.3 32.0 1947 17 10,746 07 20312 45,111 25 93,254 13,593 237,03 28,749 .3 33.0
1,67 23.5.9 2,39 224 604 1, 655 25 343 194 York, hiago & St. Louis................ 1 1 : g 12,964 1.1 6o 4.4 44, 12 37 1,09 30792 6.
1,687 7,244R47,575 2,163 216 5,490 66 72.5 28.b 37.8 1947 1947 1.687 36,379 575 37,86 10,534 1,076 27,082 4,42 71.5 27.5 39.7
223 3,96 24.8 2 4.4 4112 141 200 2967 94 72.1 34 4 31.6 1949 Pitturgh & Lake Erie ......................... 199 223 16,1 oi.4 468 63 17214 ,7 1, 14 22j 3,43 5.
223 3,122 18 3,332 1,18 200 2,501. 765 75.1 35.6 33.4 1947 1947 3 1358246 1 ,412,1452,63 85.1
,393 08 43 8,5 22 8 6 76 :1 3 3.22 .1949 Wabash .. .................................... 196 2 7,393j 9.6 1 2.2 4 457 4 6 ,1 26.
0 ,7 425 6, 9 5 1: 1945 194 3 7 0 9 | ,19 2 ,6 1:38 31,089 4, 72.9 .7 39.6
393 09 433 0 2,229 2 5 l 27 .2 147 9 ,91.9 | 2 |;, 26.1
A1 Central Eastern Region:17 250 2,138:9 10,17227,63 5,073 70.5 26.1 35.1
6:192 31,5 8 16.5 1,83 5 0 il 2 1,7263 2519 4 71 3.0 I 0194 Baltimore & Ohio ........................... 194 6,192 13,5 94 9.7 9,o 156,44o 49,61 4 6,26 129,197 14,39 82.6 44.4
6196 27,31 1,97031 7 P 17 2 17 196 0.1 3.2 4io 1947 -.o1947 6,193 126,283 9,36 19,15 4 ,oo5 5,889 115,705 13,052 2.3 33.3 42.5
417 20 a16.9 9.l ,0 1 3,022 10 I86 29.6 49. 1948 Central ofNew A Jersey# ..................... 1948 7 13 26o 14.5 2,535 17.9 1 0 24 01 4 ,
41 3 81977 50. 14 1 31.0 52. 9
1 6 478271 1945 Central of Pennsylvania ....................1 8 6511.69 jd 1.663323,769 28.3 .
213 N58 20 1,507 43? 8 7 96655 6 L.29.0 o9 1947 1947 2 7:14o 9147,390 2,051 14,769 3,198 27.8
909 2,169 14.9 265 d 137, 2,6781 82 6976 2,213 141 82.6 31. 142.1 71945 Chicsgo & Eastern Illinois...................1948 909 1,47 17.7 1,429 d 6.2 138 4570 4 7 13 43.5
910 1,989 3072,438 6 85F1,981 127 81.3 31.5 41.3 1947 1947 910 8, Si1:5021 4V 10,74 ,78 86
391 3:21 24.2 o 4,234 ? 2 ,9o, : 27.0 1948 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .....................19481 391 1 142.3-- 1t,46 3,658164. 20.0
55 l 5 2562 1 21.2 55. 19' 7 1947 3 19,1.315,9 3,165 39 9,2,367 6. 19.8 38
.4 3 1 19 Long Island .................................194 5 7, 212 95 12186 4 19.,49 7714 ,4_W 98.2 36.
76 1,132 2,415 3,792 1,079 194 1084.6 28.5a58 1947 19147 376 5,676,6417,3455 5,532 916,197216 92.9 31.7 58.2
10,10, 6,8 193,193 15. 3 5 4, .7 7:5, 28,464 6527172, 11276,236 8 g1. 32.5 4. 91945 PennsylvaniaI............................... 148 1,1050,84779.2 621.7 531 3869,96_13,,64 9.2753.r
5192 3 1g552 6 63 50 6,47 5, 3 33. 194 13,705n121,118 17,73234 87.9 33.5
8 16.o 356 .1go 495 8,268 1,303 75.6 3.79 1 Reading .................................... *a51':*1948 1 515 9.4 39.6, is103 2,25741,224 4,607 0.1 35.
37gM9 7,215 1,096 5.1 32 1 1947 1947 1, 589 41,3 7,36 5,550 2,23 1220 75. 3.5 39.1
837 1,7 69 45 3,853 1,045 1642 2,16 921 62.2 272 30.2 1945 Western Maryland............................1948 a3 L6,941 .75 16, 1
oo:iRio o1 1025 5,022 '1 11 ,-8 3 ,12.
5,0760219,039812.8,317 7,:950 1,275 191 9:281Z 1:3 7 21, 5,01 6 2 523.2. 3 1 971949 Chesapeake Ohio. ........................... 194 5 .0,, 2il596,1.12 4 0 76d75. 127,02338,58 1 6,625 102,30'0 12,780 90 34.6 ,
5056 ,25931 1947 5,056 119,2259,121155,01,0656 85.9,719441 1 71930-9
2,129 16,761 17.7 424 d 17,861 4,00 742 10,629 4,427 Z5 26.9 25.3 1945 Norfolk & Western. ........................... 194 2 ,12 6,o64 5. 2 19.1711 ooo 22,526 3,6r45152 14 :4. 6988 1 .57
2,130 14,243 514 15,M ,471 716 9,229 3690 29.2 27.0 19472,947 21325192,58371,21,193 35759155, 2
5,5723 8,35 192 ,3 1 ,.7 12, 04 4,130 C 2:? g: 4,4 2 19148 AtlantisCoe s Line.......................... 94 ,572 ?76 12,2 9,684 d .1,6 7 65
1061 2a4 24.7 236 196.5 3:1334 9,OO 127 2,7,4 276 3. 2 3023 4.6 1948 h Central of Georgia #......................1994 1,817 13,077 18.8 1 o26o 4, 8oo 6,6 Oo613:617 8 6:? .
337 3,167 16.7 184 5.6 34 6 1o0 1i26 2,202 56 65.6 29.4 32.6 1948 Cinocinati, New Orleans & Texas Pacifice.... 1948 3;7 14, 19.9 1,0 2 d19 16,385 563010,651 3,35 69.. 29.9
2,73 12,71.3 174 014 881 115 1,896 7 627 29.1 28.3 1947 1947 337 12,19 o:7,22 M 5 230 ,s 57 9,61n 2 5 2 66.5
2,906 5,742eion1446I532,2 426
95, 3.1 5 d 2.2 6,0 7705 1 Gulf Mobile Ohio..........................194 27,541 10. 2,6477 0.06; 1,9n,6 1 7 ,323 3,030 75. 3.9
2704 55o56 2 1 2129 527 4,582 1,176 68.5 31.8 28.7 1947 19147 2,9o4 25,047 2,56329,9896 9,868s 1,526 22,163 3:,107 74.1 30
65 1 1,991 9.9 2,05 8.0 72,l 6 76D 987 1;,698 ? 70.9 :1947 Illinois Central............................1945 6,581 6,754 9.2 90,66o d r 107,523 34,664 491,65 72.2
6,582 1,90302 6 49 955 1 ,098 2, 74. 995 19 5 79,3132,595 474 710 R
1,715 133-3 19 1: t 121 11so.3 9 2 ;44 1914 Louisville & Nashvillee.......................194-5 1, 1 072:g 7.4 6 0 ..7 8 1,2 1: 1. :
1 2,5o4 16.0 n114 6 2,876 8987622,358 671052242 520 39 42.o 194 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louise.........194 1, 1 -12,440 18.097. 1,3 4,906 54 11,974 1,078 81.3 33
1, 2 2,1591529272,1626196 82.8 33. 8741.2,19477197 1,052,542978 42,7 9 4 176 9 10,68283 2.9 32. 42.
4,152 10,088 18.6 974 d 4.o 11,696 3 ,i s 85,92a 1,204 7:3 31-7 38.2 1945 Seaboard Air Line...........................19"45 152 47,011 13.1 7,552 d 5.1i 58,2 4,84 31.6 3.
4,1 6 ,5031015 10,212 3,46 3 8,216 822 5. 34.i 39.1 1947 1947 4,56 579 7,991 9,506 17,3 8 1,786 14,9102 4,709 72.5 38.5
6,53 17,348 7.9 1,617 1n.9 20,312 6,227 696 15,03 2,599 77.8 30.7 42.3 194 Southern....................................,1949o6,493 85,861 5.8 a5,050 d3 100,684 31,324 3,471 75,930 11,601 75.4 31.1
6, 16,o184 1445 18,775 6,19 64 1,22 2,038 7. 33.0 37 1947 1947 6,484 7901 8 394 93,911 30,530 3,212 71,517 9465 76.5 32.68.1


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 1948 AND 1947 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY 1948 AND-1947
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses --e

of road -oe -railway ating naoes portation Region, road, and year .g1*a lIne- railway ating r on
operatedPPer- All oper- ratio expenses expenses All Cluded oper- ratioxpnsese ns
at lose Per- Total mainte- eluded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- of road Per- Per- Total mainte- in pre- Total ating (psr- oper- ofC pe-
of month Am Amo in mount nanoe oi0;" Income cent) at.ng eating operated Anount ent m ount cent nanoe ceding income ent) ating ating
crease rease column revenues revenues ori ie column revenues revenues
(a) (b) () (Cd) (e) (f) () (h) (I) (j) (k) (1) () () o) (p) (q) (r) (e) (t) (u) (V) () x) (y) () ()
(Money iteme In thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
a8 51 11.3 2,263 20.6 W 56, 1 $i 8l 9 1 $ 81: :6 42:3 18 Chicago & North Western......................... 1 80 456 77 $9 6.2 *41 26 1 86 905 d' 9 3 0
8:48 11:236 1,876 14,556 5,027 875 12,075 1,191 0 5 197 1947 8.04 52:103 8,795 ,61 3,3,354 595,253 86 3.9 .9
00 2,582 13.6 1 d 23.5 2,810 763 111 2,061 319 7.3 27.1 4. 1948 Chioago Great Western............................. 8 1 a 12,529 13.6 262 35.8 13:4 3,364 31 10,296 1286 74.4 24. 43.
:; 2:273 62 ii ; ;:... .P. .... ........... 1 1 O0 9:
2,523 71 89 2,0 182 79.6 30.7 42.5 1947 4711,031 ,08 12 ,287 7 96 1,o65 79.0 26.5 4.2
10671 15,590 2.8 1,693 4 2.2 19,202 7,470 1,040 17316 1,160 90.2 38.9 44.4 1948 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .......... 1948 ,0671 79,611 7.9 7,637 d 1.7 96,74 32,563 5126 84 ,70 2,181 7.2 33.7 46.s

1:611 2,053 188 2A,64 793 111 2,065 150 83.8 32.2 45.6 1947 1947 1,616 10:346 940 -- 12:392 3,790 555 10,45 d 92 14. 3o:6 7
569 5,154 19.9 2 d 28.4 6,059 947 102 2,369 2,709 39.4 1 .6 22.6 1948 Duluth, Miesabe & Iron Range .................... 1948 569 9,543 32.6 9 d15.5 11,144 4 570 515 8 728 I9 1 78.3 41.O 34.
547 4,298 3 5,033 741 102 1,884 2,569 37.4 14.7 21.6 1947 1947 547 7:198 11 8,368 3,827 509 6,918 4 2 827 45.7 33.6
8,333 8,273 .- 1 679 A 46.1 10,320 6,194 717 12,949 2,566 125.5 60.0 57.4 1948 Great Northern .................................. 194 8,333 59,507 1.0 4 548 .1 69,994 217999 3629 63,267 4 ,245 9o.4 40o. 4.9
8,333 13,858 1,259 16,405 5,594 692 11,766 2:181 71.7 34.1 32.3 1947 1947 8,333 60i34, 1 4:,544 70,053 26,074 ,4514 56,568 5,275 8.8 37.2 37.5
,22 2 645 9.4 d 1 a 23.9 2,708 1,099 109 2,384 104 .1 40.6 41.9 1948 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ......... 1948 3,210791 2.3 4165 11.0 12 14 5430 546 12,17 4 1 01.7 452 4 .8
32 2,26 a 2,529 902 3 03 2081 1 9 8.3 35.7 40.7 1947 1947 34 1,4 467 1,769 4:355 507 10,338 3 65 87.6 37 44.
6,919 0,088 .6 58916 .4 11,745 4,257 593 9,126 1,54163 83.9 39.6 3 1948 Northern Pacific ................................ 1948 6,909 ,128 4.1 2,601 a 4.9 57,524 22,461 3,083 4,527 4,434 84.4 39.0 37.9
6,919 9,267 589 10,745 4,257 593 9,4 1,163 9 83.9 396 36. 1947 1947 6,921 o31 2:736 55,167 20,429 2:936 44,:701 6,766 81.0 37: .
1,051 2,311 10.8 42 d 8.7 2,507 660 66 1,753 38 69.9 26.3 38.4 1948 Wis onsin Central # ............................. 1948 1,051 10,934 13.1 173 4 7.4 115872 3,273 327 8967 1,343 75.5 27.6 42.2
1,051 2,085 46 2,293 528 65 1,483 584 64.7 23.0 36.3 1947 1947 1,051 9,670 187 10 56 2,583 333 7,557 1,705 71.7 2 54 1.5
Central Western Region:
1,01 34, 027 24.5 4,2 d 12.3 41:3 7 14,301 1,72 32,428 4,976 78. 34.4 37.4 1948 Atohison, Topeka & Banta Fe a/ .................. 1948 137081 161,534 18.5 20,357 4.0 199,515 67,761 8,433 155,635 20,836 78.0 34.0 37.5
107 27,33 4,854 35,360 12,750 1,75 27,725 3,237 78.4 36.1 35.7 1947 1947 13:107 136,289 19:,576 171,291 58,660 8,719 1,o248 18644 76.0 34.2 35.1
8867 15,220 8.6 1,498 d 14.8 18,343 5,985 955 13,385 2,54 73.0 32.6 34.9 1948 Ohicoago, Burlington & Quinoy .................... 1948 8,867 76,846 5.5 7160 4.4 92,693 27,155 4,746 66,094 11,760 71.3 29. 36.3
8868 1'4,018 1,757 17,222 5,030 858 11,821 2,446 68.6 29.2 34.0 1947 1947 8:868 72868 6:856 87,481 22,250 4,278 56,203 14,878 64.2 25.4 33.5
7,650 12,515 15.7 1,667 d 18.6 15,292 4,345 656 11,616 1,309 76.0 28.4 40.1 1948 Chicago, Rook eIsland & Pacifico .................. 148 7,650 60,823 9.9 8,618 d 3.4 75,328 20 940 3 265 58,321 5 ,802 77 4 27 42.0
7,650 10,821 2,o47 -- 13,876 4,499 634 10,:996 1:159 79.2 32.4 39.3 19471947 7,650 55.328 8:,923 69,586 19,682 3:143 51,786 ,:048 74:4 28.3 38.5
2463 46 0 d157 S 15377 6o 4 36.l 9 6 Denver & Rio Grand2 We1tern 1..................... 9 2443 23,64 2.4 144 12.8 25,771 6,936 1,332 18,59 4,938 70.9 26.9 36.6
2 6 246 4 567 3,555 63 78.9 34. 36.3 1947 1947 2:,471 19:,640 1,197 -- 21,802 7,305 1,294 17366 2:,669 79.7 33.5 38.3
8,192 29,566 8.1 ,713 9.9 35)507 11,315 1,112 29,401o 1,568 82.8 31.9 43.6 1948 Southern Paolfio Co. ............................ 1948 8,194 146,473 10.2 18,421 d 9.4 177 ,436 55,865 5,575 140,864 12,Z25 79 .4 31 5
,227 27,47 ,121 33,951 10,121 1,020 26,175 2,530 77.1 29.8 4o.1 1947 1947 8,228 132,911 20,339 165,651 49,06 509 127,24o0 12,622 768 29
9,751 26,233 5.7 3207 d 22.2 31,962 11,280 1,361 25582 1,379 0.0 35.3 36.1 1948 Union Paolfio ................................... 1948 9,753 134,604 7.3 16,41 6.3 164,673 4,147 6,943 129,269 8 670 78. 32.9
9,775 24,829 4,121 31,5 5 0,413 1,188 2,2R:2,236 76.9 33.1 35.5 1947 1947 9,775 125,436 17:523 154:881 7.135 5,863 115,465 13,978 74.:
1195 3,307 10.3 133 21.5 3,518 1,188 12 2674i 76.0 338 4:2 19498 Western Pacifio ................................. 194 1,195 14 3 9. 641 d 19.1 1,964 5382 626 12 920 1,526 80.9 33.7 37.7
1 13 16.6 1 13.3 2,3 901o 91 2,303 a9 88.8 34a.8 4.6 194s InterationaG great Northern # .................. 1948 1,110 11,210 19.1 909 13.4 13,381 4,418 444 11,775 51 88.0 .0 48.5
2 81,11 ,1 23 857 82 2,066 88.0 36.5 4 1947 1947 1 o 9411 1,049 11,763 4015 392 10,155 115 86.3 .1 45.3
890 2,997 11.5 s88 2.0 3,330 676 110 1,735 851 2.1 20.3 25.9 1948 Kansas City southern ............................ 1948 890 14,748 16.8 449 7.0 16,385 3,184 516 8,866 3,904 4. 19.4 28.6
890 2,687 89 3,004 739 87 1,830 606 60.9 24.6 30.0 1947 1947 890 12,623 420 14:185 3,397 431 8,623 2,6813 60.8 23.9 305
3,253 5,506 22.4 362 4 23.6 6,357 1,684 209 4,724 641 74.3 26. 40.3 1948 HimsBourl-Kan.ae-Texas Lines. ..................... 1948 3,253 25,997 18.6 1,699 d 16.7 30,362 8,379 1,p4i 23,666 2,410 77.9 27.6 42.2
3,253 4,500 473 5,413 1,697 192 4,341 398 80.2 31.4 40.2 1947 1947 3,253 21,912 2:038 26,212 7,893 955 20:702 1,941 79.0 30.1 40.2
7,012 14,8goo 11.0 1,124 d 11.3 17,378 5,396 723 13,508 1,750 77.7 31.0 41.1 1948 Misseourl Pacifio # .............................. 1948 7,012 7,591 9.1 5,320 d 16.6 85,324 26,626 3,501 67,766 7,829 79.4 31.2 42.3
7,037 13,333 1:,267 15,908 5,187 664 12,359 1,719 77.7 32.6 .8.9 1347 1947 7:037 66:9527 6,:76 -- 79,612 24,:508 3,313 60:331 9,528 75830.8 389
1,854 ,581 30.3 452 2.9 6,468 1, 684 201 4,619 728 71.4 26.0 38.7 1 1948 Texas & Paolfic ................................. 1948 1,854 27,080 4o.4 2,312 6.1 31,607 86,769 985 23,539 3,154 74.5 27.7 39.6
1,873 4,283 439 5,121 1,537 197 3,902 618 76.2 30.0 37.6 1947 1947 1,873 19:282 2,178 23,517 6,844 959 17,950 2,930 76.3 29.1 37.9
4, 645 7,261903 8.8 655 11.4 9,213 2,67898 39 6,78 667 79 83.3 31.5 41.6 1947 194t. Loul-an rranolsoo ......................... 1 4 4,645 38,303 9.9 3,04 5.4 44,811 14,302 1,977 37,659 3,222 84.0 31.9 44.
4645 7 1 588 s459 2,671 3 674 61 79. 2 31.6 41.6 194 4:64 5 34,:851 2:878 40893 13,137 1931 33060 3769 0.8 32.1 41.9
19 356 22.5 18 112.0 392 88 4 296 34 75.6 22.3 46.7 1948 St. Lousle-San Franoisoo & Texas.. .................194 19 10 15.3 2 14.1 1874 419 20 1,426 148 76.1 22.446.8
10 291 8 314 123 4 280 d 5 88.9 39.1 42.7 1947 1947 160 1,477 13 1,617 426 20 1,238 113 76.6 26.3 43.2
1,575 4,751 9.8 58 11.6 4,971 1,286 130 3,233 780 65.0 25.9 33.2 1948 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ................... 1948 1,575 24,675 17.9 273 d 10.0 25,761 5,644 649 15,584 4,837 60.5 21.9 32.7
1,575 4,326 52 4,522 1,136 128 2,665 995 58.9 25.1 27.9 1947 1947 1,575 20,926 303 -- 21,937 5,372 624 13,057 4,584 59.5 24.5 28.9
4,316 9,308 17.8 777 15.8 10,730 2,854 269 7,644 1260 71.2 266 38. 1948 Texas & New Orleans ............................. 1948 4,316 45,71 18.7 3,31 d 12.4 53,122 14,052 1,342 37,725 6,232 71.0 26.5 38.3
4,320 7,899 923 9,452 2,396 254 6,328 1,329 67.0 25.4 35.4 1947 1947 4,320 38,59 4,489 -- 6,122 11,668 1:,247 31,192 6:245 67.6 25.3 35.8


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
a Includes Atobison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
_ Deorease of defioit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:1949 0 800175


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