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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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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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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


Statement No. M-150
OCTOBER 1948


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


FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 1945 and 1947 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED ~ITH OCTOBER 1949 and 1947

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Percent Percent Perot Percent
Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- trae- eiAvght Passenger Net Oper- ante- tra
Miles Depreoi- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year erAe o r-so railway atlng cance portatlon
of road All ation in- oper- ratio expenses expenses All oper- ratio expenses expenses
operated Per- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total ating (per- of oper- of oper- of road Per- Per- Total mainte- luded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
at close Amount cent Amount cent nance in pre- Income cent) ating eating operated Amount cent Amount cent nanoe in pre- Inome cent) sting atng
of month In- in- ceding revenues revenues in- n- ceding revenues
crease crease crease column revenues revenue.
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) () ( I) (1) () (k) (-I) (in) n) io ) (W) (r) (s) (t) (u) Iv) ,w) x) (y) (C) (a)


.(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
.5 *19,20o $051,119 $31,251 $609,531 $102,803 74.4
741,700 236,232 28,572 573,108 70,590 77.3


203,934
204,532
1,757
1,759
1.800
1.843
794
794

973
2,229
2,229
972
972
1,252
1,252
10,745
10,746
1,657
1:657
223
223
2,393
2,393

6 19

417

213
213
909
910
235
391
376
376
10,108
10,114

1:356



5,075

2,129
2,130


1, 15
1,815
337
337

2,904
6 55o



1,051
1,052



6,422
6:,484


9685,488
617,335
6,309




92
6,652
5,983
14,537




3,7313
4,446
3,651
6,517

50,436

9,460
5,133






29,525
2,926
2,554
1,726
1,595
2,330
1,997
3,420
3,o00


1,s92i

10,358

3,900
3,588
28,656
27,064
16,053
14,17o
8 159


2:426
3,oo4
2,753
6,330
5,:52
20,137
17,761
15,590
14,223
2,620
2,415
8,504

17,940o
16,835


11.0

11.1

13.6

9.6

11.2

10.4

21.8

9.0

10.3

16.3

13.5

19.5

12.8

14.6

8.0

16.7

13.7

21.5

14.3

9.4

8.7

5.9

13.3

1.6

15.7

9.1

7.6

13.4

9.6

8.5

8.9

6.6


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


372,605
72,218
1,202
1,141
4,203
4,402
214
190

5 7



212
219


10,786
10,707
114
132
93

450
459
2,093
1,905
529
509


312
299


2, 732
2,:564
13 ,17
12,555


11
12



516
522
1,237
1:175
214
195
210
281
412
558
2 138
2,356
1,104
1,085
169

1,139
9Ol
1,677
1,701


5.3

d 45

12.6

3.1

5.7

d 3.2

9.0

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12.9


a 69
d 7.9

9.9

3.5

d 3.2

4.5



6.5

4.6

2.9

d 3.7






5.3

9.5

d 25.2

d 26.2



1.5

19.0

26.4

d 1.4


8,190
7,415
14,294
13,153

,996
8,114
7,382
16 203
14:583
4,979
4,057



68,709
62,592



3,971
3,521
10, 425
8,722
36,201
32,230
3,703
3,275
i:796
.1:645
2,597
2,522
4,085
3,567
4,738

91, 736

10,634
4,035
3,735
30,848
29,171
17,142
15:215
10,136

3,274
2,:60







17,722
16,208
3,104
2,798
10,452
9:426
21,075
19,795


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


.2 17,672,.09 3 2,356,78 1301.826
4:634,094 2,135,273 255,743


2,448
2,319
4,237
4:013
1 797
1:629
2,123
2,062
4,162
3,677
1,452

2,019
1,978
24,569
22, 639
2,202
2,301





12,3

1,213
1,192
487
519
894
855
925
502

1,512
1,293

28:999
4,190
3, 594
1,29
1,07Z
10,0 9
9,517
5116
4:696
4,526
4,:063
1,056
g99
1,131
982
2,204
2,337
5,360
7,191



9N
3,662
3,347
6,782
6,0o9


282
2SO0





361
344

53
165

274
270
2,9 g



210
199
254
277



140
146
71
66
102
88
112
77
204
194

,325
451
454
176
162
1,427
1,318
763
721




126
126

316
302
1,008
962


106
98


729
67


6 09

11,210
10,920
31Z711



11,392
10,851
3,606
3:442



54,234
6,024
5,961
3,108



6,9907
28,903
27,025

3,07
1,091
1,059
2,292
2,201
2,449
2,217
4,288
3,621

1,305

8v;^
2,728
2,263
22,524
21,632
11,025
9,923

9,:05
2,552
2,553
2,329
2,502



18,193
16:563
13,510
14,689
2,451
2,320



16,076
15,017


867
520



526
690
1,236
755
2,397
1,511
1,065
242
1,323





1:451





1:0







676
582


1 41
1,369










381
555
4,544
2,598















607












1,002
664
2,9

501
2,227
830









958

2,4 59
3,961










1, 94r1


74.4
78.9
78.4
2.8
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72.6
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72.4
84.2
73.5
51.9
56.5
86.7
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75.3
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76.3
67.5
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64.3
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66.1
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74.7
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76.3
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31.9

29.6
29 6
30:4



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27.9
25.7
25.2
29.2
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28.1
29.7
36.2
36.2
22.4
27.2
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27.6

36.4




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33.9
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22.5


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30.8
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1945 Total--Roads listed herein, ................ 1948
1947 1947
New England Region:
1948 Boston & Maine .......................... 194
1947 1947
1948 New Yor4, New Haven & Hartford .......... 194&
1947 1947
Great Lakes Region:
1948 Delaware & Hudson ....................... 1948
1947 1947
1945 Delaware, Lackaoanna & fester-............ 1946
1947 1947
1948 Erie .................................... 1948
1947 1947
1948 Grand Trunk Western ................... .. 1948
1947 1947
1948 Lehigh Valley ........................... 1948
1947 1947
1948 New York Central, a/ .................... 1948
1947 1947
1945 New York, Chicago & St. Louis .......... 1948
1947 1947
1948 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie................... 1948
1947 1947
1948 Wabash ................................. 1948
1947 1947
Central Eastern Region:
1948 Baltimore & Ohio ........................ 1945
1947 1947
1948 Central of New Jersey#................... 1948
1947 1947
1948 Central of Pennsylvania.................. 1948
1947 1947
1945 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .............. 194
1947 1947
1946 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern. ................. 1948
1947 1947
1948 Long Island ............................. 1948
1947 1947
1945 Pennsylvania ............................ 1948
1947 1947
194 Reading ................................. 1948
1947 1947
194 Western Maryland ........................ ..1948
1947 1947
Pocahontas Region:
1946 Chesapeake & Ohio ....................... 1948
1947 1947
1948 Norfolk & Western. ....................... 1948
1947 1947
Southern Region:
194 Atlantic Coast Line ..................... ..1948
1947 1947
194 8 Central of Georgia....................... 1948
1947 1947
1948 Cinol enati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific 1948
1947 1947
194 Gulf Mobile & Ohio ...................... 1948
1947 1947
194 Illinois Central ......................... 1945
1947 1947
1948 Louisville & Nashville.................... 1948
1947 1947
1948 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ...... 1948
1947 1947
1945 Seaboard Air Line ....................... 1945
1947 1947
1945 Southern ................................ 1948
1947 1947


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


1,754






972
973
2,229
2,229
972
972
1,252
1,253
10,745
10,:745

1, 67
223
223





417
415

213
909
910
330
91

R66
10,108
10,116





5,074
5,056
2,129
2,130



a,8l1



2,905
2,904
6,566
6,582
4,759
4,767
1,051
1,052
4,152
4:156
6,477
6,484


58,734
50,072
81,566

46,966
40, 571
61,440
52,560
130,068
110,999
38,318
33,015
59,761
52,942
464,405
407:,19
57,414
72,452
34,906
25,793

6,08649
296,442
258,460
27, 77
23,780
16,934
14,506
21,348
17,691
319231

14,033
12:,075
628,123

165,33
132067
;6,:01
12,699
258,1927
236:209
144,o32
125,711









177,338
158,231

.150,131




77,421
172,6OO
157,192


12:07



6,85


1,929
3,54


107,215





4,655



925








25,911
132 3

6,630
6,279


9,503
10,:074
5,056
5,:556
16,699
18,705



2,:06

5,244
5:667
21,393
21,527
13,069
12,948
1,961
1,914
13,480
13,327
17,741
17,596


d 2.2

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6.0

14.1

d 3.0

d 4.5

2.2

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o10.6

a 3.6

d 4.0



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d 12.3

S 5.7











d .60


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2.5

1.2

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9,o53
142,544
128,010

?263
33:920
6 ,510
6:568
146,628
125,307

3 61
37,455
66, 670
60:,498

574:,656





75,755
37,415
31,13

71,623




1731074
14,:990
26,943
23,176
38 ,288
31,:31



832,744
747,635
107,643
95,636


250,485
258,123
15 4,754
136,i62
113,647
105,548
31,493
26,490


67,245
60,501
221,626
199,317
173,122
154,679
29 643
25:657
110,347
97,794
204,044
182,692


21
14,569
4o,243
36,112
13,961
,172
19,5:1
18,132
221, 3

24, 62
22,040
13,9L5

123
22,1i31



11,362
9,85

4
8,526
7 768

8,00-

14,595
11,519

254:oE
38,265
32,975
11,920
10,739
92,225
82,013

47,382
42,975
41,231
41: 682





22,513
20,456



59,76
55: 44
9,794
5,776
36,202
33,264

60,755


2,502.



2,7583
55








2 73
6;o






2,194





2744
12744









7:9 4







1,681
1,525



7,4305

1,532

1,295
1,2895
1,260

2,5823
9,902
9,532


1, 03

4,2761

,057


20o,290 #6 132,38o
204:615 5:360:226


$5,780,912
5,213,778
60,902

112,392
104,325
38,432



103,553
109,953
99,625

,520
016
943


61,494
55,252
29,287
25,713
64,351
57,522
269,631
247,074
31,321
27,942
10,89
9,630
22, 112
20,083
22,960
20,214
39,292
3,300
692, 003
651,384


25,732
23,557
210,93

103,312
59,795









167, 636
150,906

141,524
128,209
24,270
21,708
56,7
79,32
153,861
14l,225


$773,93
577,711



4,222
4,724




9,179
6 710
16,709

4,543
2:,33
4,717
,217
30,407
19:,90
13,880
o062

6:024
11,124
5,141














55,506
27,396
11,772
10,062



39,501
37,:160
33,250
2 5, 537
4,117
1,198

d 475







17,601
12,593



7,243


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OP TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 1948 and 1947 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER 194 and 1947
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses P
e reght P ngr Percent Percent Freight Passengerecnt P- troen
Miles Freight Pnusenger peprecia- Net Oper- mainte- trans- Depreci- Set Oper- sante tanso.
of road -ti-esin- railway sting nance portation Region, road, and year Average alion In- railway ting o prt
orated All eluded per- ratio expenses exp enses miles Per- Per- Al luded oper- rati o pe s s
ol.cetni otl ain e- e--oa G o al Of(pe0
cent Total saints- in pr- Total sting (per- of oper- of oper- of road cent ot ent Taintsnr- o
inct Amou nt Amountnnoe Income cent) sting sting operatediAmount cAmount- tnan oe ngsineo(e an]
of sooth Amount in- in- ceding n- i in-n oe rgincomenuent) ratin
crease oreas column revenues revenues crease crease column revenues
crease crease column f eene evne
(a) b (o) (d) e(a) ) () (h) (i) I ( J I (k) (i) (m) (n)*..o1C (o) ( .3() (r) (s) (tI (u) (v(w)( .1 xII--) (-) a
(Money Items in thousands of dollars). (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
orthwe stern Region: ......................... 3
8,o58 $14124 .1 $1,920 d 5.71 1 880 1 5 690 1935 1462 1,0o88 l.8 O31.a 4 35 1948 Chicago & North Western.............................1948 a,058 123,604 13.2 *21:604 4.2 $162399,20 $17 ,68 6 8 7984.a 3
8,064 061 ,0O67 16 769 5:034 880 13,196 1,246 78.7 00 42 1947 1947 o4 109,221 20,725 145,512 35 8,738 122,825 689
S215.5 2 82 3 1 361 71. 27.3 373 198 C o rat Wst..n.......................... 194 1,50 26,777 18.1 565 274 29 ,46 7,57 1,125 21,363 3,08 9 72.6 25.7 4.
1,500 3,26 15.3:1,55 959 1 :237 385 71.4 25.1 .3 1947 1947 1,500 22,673 778 25,:416 7,361 9o8 20,338 1,758 80.0 29.0 445
17,500,61 23,69 13307 Z3,1281228 675695 422,239343,36382 3
10,671 20,262 4.o 1,663 4.0 24209 7,441 1,069992 19 : 018,481 2,3 4 76.3 307 4.1 194 8 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ........... 1948 10,671 173,869 13.3 17,970 1.8 212289 69586 10,429 173,913 13,536 81.93
10,685 19,479 1,599 23,048 7069 999 17,430 2,340 756 30.7 39.0 1947 1947 10,718 153,523 17,627 189,406 62,761 9,782 153,363 13,106 81.0 33.1
161 n.4 183 d 62 3,143 37 117 2,394 418 76.2 26.6 43.711. 186 23,71 12.8 2,231 d 2.2 28,300 8,443 1,152 23:4629 1,25 83.5 29.8
219 2 2, 758 11 2,263 24 78.:3 7. 45.4 194 Cag St. Paul, M.nne..p..o.a ............... 19 1 i. || |. ;4 1 39. 1, 7 :
1947.1,6 21o9 2 890 5 1272,o3 27521,022125,588 7,98121,08983.30
5 4,419 4.0 2 d 27. 1 1,122 200 2632 12 5 277 194 Duluth, Misabe & Iron Range ...... ............ 5 71 35,721 16., 27 d 12.7 41,793 9,907 1,129 21 635 0,4137
420 3,96 872,227 1,426 5. i1. 25.7 197 147 54 30,783 31 35,856 8,24i1 1021 17,853 9,674 4. 302.
833 19558 1093 21,838 5,407 70 13,071 56 599 24.8 30.9 1947 1947 ,333 136,127 10,952 159,572 52,306 6, 935 117065 20,81 73. 4 3.8 35.0
3,22 3960 5.6 129 1.4 4306 1,150 120 2,657 877 61.7 26.7 31.1 1948 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ....... 19i 3,225 27,90 17.1 1,202 di 1.1 30923 11, 1,131 25,13 5 2 327 81.3 4.
3,25 127 4:o53 1,0554100 2 705 62.7 26.0 32.8 1947 1947 3,22 23,811 1,352 '206:-34 9,376 1,022 22,065 1:662 82.2 31.7
6,89 14 7 9.0 594 .8 15,42 4726 625 10,658 3,094 67.3 29.8 32.3 198 Nr hern a Pacific ................................. 1948 690 113,192 13.0 6033 d 129,465 45,210 6,190 100,398 16733 77 39 359
6,919 13 589 i,524 4:541i 6oo0 1,168 2,53 70.0 31.3 32.8 1947 1947 6:92 o100,200 6:237 115,590 42,402 5,911 91,974 14 310 79.6 36.7 35.7
1,051 ,436 7.1 5.4 2637 707 66 1,858 3 70. 26.8 38.2 1948 Wisconsin Central #............................ 1948 1, 51 23,039 15.1 479 25,53 6817 656 18, 3,279 72.2 27.2 394
1,051 2,275 38 2:41 710 66 1:,12 24 73.6 28.9 39.2 1947 1547 1,051 20,016 493 21,9 3 5,670 659 15,77 2,970 71.8 5.8
Central Western Region: 32.
13080 3477 10.3 4 08 3.1 46 78 14,150 1,715 3,76 7451 70. 3. 33.7 19 8 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.._/................... 194 13,081 351,920 17.0 44598 6.4 434,221 3 ,441 16,809 31 .
13:107 4889 3:967 42:096 13,594 1,539 30,339 5,298 72.1 32.3 33.8 1947 1947 13,107 300,861 41:902 374,301 1 ,830 17,398 276:,85 93,9 7.0 33.1
8,705 18,890 6.9 1i650 11.0 22440 6733 ioo 15,3 3,28 68.6 30.0 33.6 1948 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy..................... 1948 883 165768 11.7 16,950 13.6 ,513 59 7 967 139,56 2787 69.6 29.8 344
17,6771486 894 29.6 197 1947 8,864 148,385 14,919 178,997 49,815 8,639 120,925 26,452 67.6 27.8 34.3
7,643 13398 8.8 1,846 d 1.3 1672 63 664 12,335 1,721 74. 9.4 38.3 1948 hicago, Rook Island & Pacific ..................... 1948 7,67 133,228 13.8 9 .1 1 11 536 9 120,15 17,979 7.27.
7650 12,311 1 870 15216 4:458 573 11,205 1,834 73 29.3 37-1 1947 1947 7,651 1 7,112 19, 17,026 6:271 108,31 762 73
48 5 .7 22.2 25 5 73.7 7094 181 2 4,685 1,317 66.0 25.6 34.7 1948 Denver & Rio Grands Weter......................... 1948 2,443 1,820 20.7 261 d 6.1 719 1 815 2,701 39,908 10,475 70.4 2' 7
2 ,483 1:8 61 2 1 947 9,469 o1n2 2 2 597
2467 184 246
e 3 5,39 24 ,7 61 381 126 63 2. 4. 9714 ,:6 2,917 2:728 -- F77 14,978 2,597 36,278 6,629 76.031

8 173 34,73 10.1 3,866 2.8 41,128 12,605 1,151 32 ,644 2741 79.4 30.6 41.9 1948 Southern Pacific Co ............................. 1948 8,186 315,013 14.1 419 d 2e6 382,785 115,189 11,307 99528 31938 78.2 301 .
,195 31,54 3,760 37699 11,231 1,2 8,909 2 ,986 76.7 29.8 39.6 1947 1947 8,221 275,995 23.0 4 343,73 101,147 10,22 263,493 6,518 76.7 29.4 39.7
9,751 3 39 8.7 3,097 d13.3 42,432 12,050 1,471 28,9 2 ,649 68.3 28.4 33.4 19468 Union POacific ................................... 194 9,752 297779 10.6 35996 d 362,789 109,562 14,031 264,277 35,7 1 72. 3 34.9
9:,74 33:23 3,572 39,541 11,723 1,229 28,203 ,145 71,3 29.6 35.0 1947 1947 9,775 269:27g 38,693 333,368 101,137 11,908 246,030 29, 6 73.8 30.3 35.7
1,195 454 17.4 119 i d19.0 4,778 1,103 130 3 005 812 62:.9 2: 321 194 W Western Pacific .................................... 198 1,195 34,324 16.0 1,67 d 7.5 36,996 11,054 1,270 27 43 4,8o7 74.2 29.9
1,195 90 o 147 ,137 1,02 123 2:59 o05 62 .8 31.2 1947 1947 1,195 29,578 1, 321,2310 10,0 1,156 25:13 3,498 77.8 31.7
Southwestern Region: 31.9
1,110 2358 59 189 dO 10.7 2 ,60 921 93 2, 294 326 80. 2 32.2 41.8 1948 International rest Northern # .................. 194 1,110 23,381 18.9 1970 d 12, 874 8,879 908 23,161 2010 8.1 3
,110 2,22 212 2,67o 962 83 ,2289 85.7 36.0 43.3 1947 1947 1,110 19,668 2,48 4:47 8,,372 803 20,7o6 91.6
89 3,421 19.6 92 d .2 3,816 731 1o9 1952 990 51.2 19.2 25.6 1948 anss City southern ........ .................... 1948 go 30,18 2o.4 976 d 2.2 34, 32 6,78 5 1,o068 1,320 8516 3.4 19.8 5
890 2859 92 3,176 6 91 1763 758 55.5 21.5 27,6 1947 1947 890 2528,599 997 28.,1 6,826 9o 17,3o 6:13 60,0 23.7 ,
3,253 6,774 33.8 411 2.6 7,747 2 ,134 210 58o 954 72.0 27.5 8.0: 19487a Miouri-a.s.s-Texase Lines ...................... 1948 3,32535 8,959 23.7 ,806 d 8.1 68,087 is 1318 2,093 oo47 73.4 26.9 39.
3,253 50025933 12905 2051 330 21.5 32.0 1 1947 1947 3,253 47666,14o -56,357 16,946 1,967 4051 47.2 3
7,09 16,619 10.3 1,095 d 6.11 19,487 6,185 7147714, 2, 519_ 74.3 31.7 3:7. 1948 Mi.couri Pacific #.............................. 194i8g 7,o7012 155,9290 13.6 11,716 d10. 182,935 55,1 7,145 1357,89 22,386 75.4 305 39.3
7,011 15,065 1:167 17:613 5,928 69 14,167 1,791 80.4 33.7 7 1947 1947 7,024 137,321 13,6163,531 53,042 6,635 12694 17,543 77.6 339.1
1, 5,624 7.3 419 d 13.7 6,570 1,814 209 4,o71 809 71.9 27.6 37.1 194g Texas & Pacific.................................. 194a 1854,55,096 29.3 4,871 d 1.7 64,604 17,771 2,008 47,712 7,132 73.9 27.5
1,85425,240485 6,135 1,782 195 4,6082619 75.1 29.1 38.4 1947 1947 1,866 42,:0627 4,956 51,685 14,988 1,933 39,238 5,974 75.9 29.0 38.3
4,645 9,092 11,2 R95 d 3.6 10,460 3,110 455 7,53,9 1,651 72.181 2 7 9 i48 St. Louis-San Francisco............................ 19g48 4,645 80151 10.8 6,263 3.1 93527 2 414 4,119 75,018 9,707 80.2 3142.
9463 2835 391 7269 1,035 76 8 30 0 09 3660719472654 :9 777 ,719
9463 2,35 6 .1947 1947 4,645 72,326 6,75 25 386 67,772 7,971 80,0 31.4 41.9
4645 8,17526984,71
1o 3 57.1 10 41.4 434 94 4 2912 6 7.4 2. 1948 St. Louis-San, rancisco & Texas .................. 19s 1593,674 20.9 127 5.8 4,003 867 41 2,889 461 72.2 2 1,6
29 P7280 76 4 241 d86.:2 2. 1947 1947 160 3,038 120 3,325 812 40 2, 514 233 75.6 24.
1,569 ,84 25.6 77 d 14.9 6,10o 1,:25 131 3,421 1,28 :6,0 20. 30.8 194a St. Louis South western Liner....................... 194 1,5755 5 0,178 19.8 690 d 4.4 52,569 11,875 1,310 32,009 9,796 6.9 22.'6 32.5
1,575 91 4, 893 1, 241 128 3,o6o 594 62.5 25 3 1947 1947 1,57541 ,8717224 0
4,316 10,014 13.9 823 d .6 11,590 3,157 274 8,290 1,383 71.5 2 .2 38. 1948 Texas & New Orleans................................ 1948 4,416 41.,426 17.0 9,45 1 0 16,894 28,636 2,687 7:60 12:,143 ,2:7 26.7
4 3 3 1 6 8,7 8 9 82 8 -1 2 3 7 2 6 7 3 2 3 8 7 ,1 7 1 1 ,2 6 1 7 0 0 2 1 3 71 9 4 74 1 9 7 8 1 2 8 9. ,2 2 S o 51 4 9 3 ,6 2 2 24 1 9 2 2 45 8 46 4 1 1 ,8 8 0'2 5 .
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* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


Report of trustee or trustees.
a Includes Atohison Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado &
Decrease or deficit.


Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:1948 0 800175.


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