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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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
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ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00098
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


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U.S. DEPOMTORY


Statement No. M-150
DECEMBER 1948


FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 1948 AND 1947 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER 1948 ANB 1947
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
M.rePsPercent Percent Freight passenger e ot Oper- Saint Prent
Miles Freight Passengerre- Net Oper- mainte- trans- Average Depreoi-Oate tn
of road aton in- railway eating nanoe portation Region, road, and year mile Pation in- railway eating namoe portation
opertd All per- ratio expenses expenses o road Per- Per- n eluded oTo- raltin expenses expenses
operated PePerPer- Total ante- luded Total ating (pep- of openr- of oper- Total at- Ttal eating (per- of oper- of oper-
at inese cent Aent n- in pre- Tt sig peopr onrciente In-pre-
of month Amount n Aount nansce cdn Income cent) atlng atlng e Amount In-Amount ent nance oep inooe cent) eating eating
crease crease column revenue revenues crease crease column % revenues revenues

(a (b) (s) (d) (a) (f) (W) (h)> (1)(J) (k) (1) 1 (m)WC1 (n) o) () ) (r) (a) (t) (u) (Cv) () (x) (y) () (a)
(Money Items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
20,96 $597,6 3-0 $7,168 1.0 7 9,523 $242 12 $31,529 606,630 9227 80.9 32.3 41.9 1948 Total--Roads listed herein ............... 194 202426 $,3686633 13.0 $924,774 0,3 s67 $2, 42,06 $36467 $6 35 49g,69 77.7 31.6
2o502 580,1 16,2747 7 74,995 226:6996 28,889 591,101,70181 78.9 30.3 42.3 1947 20k:67 :519,05 921, 73 8 0s6,697 2,514,591 343,62 69,362,703 70 4,961 78.7 32.0
New England Region:
1,757 5178 3. 1,200 d 4.6 7,784 2,833 282 6,789 9 1:3 :2 6.42: 194 Boston & Maine.........................57 70 7 15.6 1 64 d 2. 29 4 368 7 73 3 4
1,757 5,663 1,251 7,88 2,305 278 6:054 7 29.2 .5 1947 1947 1,761 6260 15,226 14,2T7 26,562 3,341 66,15 5,931 71.9 31.5
1,793 1,338 12.4 5,142 d 7 14,904 4,813 551 11,984 930 0.4 32. 40.0 194 New York, New Haven Hartford ......... 194 1 9 9,09 1 6.0 56,697 .8 171 392 49,172 6 135:70 10 790 29.1 4
233.1a43s2 9.46,2MO1 275,13178.9
1,193 7,419 5,179 14,512 4,498 49 11,972 512 82.1 30.8 43.2 1947 1947 1:8140 84:576 56:247 155,815 4269 54 0 4:90 .6 297 3


a73 5,81 8 690 .... 122.3 ..5.3.o............. : :7 :
pGreat Laokes Region:i
794 4,561 9.5 185 3.6 4,79 1,823 158 4,125 560 84.5 37.4 41.9 1941 Delaware & Hudson ...................... 194 794 56,256 14.6 2, 274 d 5.1 60,10 20,53 1,860 46,.4 7,357 77. 34.I 1.2
794 4,165 171 4,526 1,571 150 3,791 338 83.8 34.9 43.6 1947 1947 794 49,076 2,397 53,089 18,011 1.838 41,003 5,815 77.2 33.9 31.4
969 5,969 6.0 919 2.5 7,559 1,764 316 5,545 1,126 73.4 23.3 44.8 1941 Delaware, Lackawanna Westrn ........... .194 972 73,2.3 14.1 10,793 5.6 91,426 24 629 4,264 6,8 45 363 75.3 26.9 43.4
973 5,633 965 7,420 1,991 345 5,15 869 71.4 26.1 46.6 1947 1947 973 63,842 10,223 81,154 22;741 4,139 63.826 1,322 71.6 28.0 245:
2,229 12,033 3.4 814 16.9 13,836 3,526 588 10,501 1,625 75.9 25.5 42.7 1948 Erie ................................... 1941 2,229 154,976 15.1 8,337 13.9 175,099 47,602 6, 91 130,063 20,225 743 272 4
2,229 11,640 697 13,298 3,058 334 1o,16o 679 76.4 23.0 46.6 1947 1947 2,229 134,701 7,317 152,101 42,427 6,415 119,949 11,521 71.9 27.9 44.3
971 3,52 1.9 228 4.4 4,078 1,041 182 3,279 492 80.4 25.5 49.2 1941 Grand Trunk Western ....................... 1941 972 45,649 14.0 2,285 d 2.0 51,419 16,347 2,161 41,851 5,342 1.4 31.8 44
972 3,464 219 4,071 1,194 168 3,378 193 83.0 29.3 48.1 1947 1947 972 4o;,056 2,332 -- 45,551 14:367 2,019 36,962 3,573 81.1 31.5 44.7
1,252 5,666 7.9 445 3- 6,448 2,399 296 5,601 04 86.9 37.2 43.2 1948 Lehigh Valley .......................... 194 1,252 71,699 12.8 4,343 0,050 2 62 3309 6,822 9 2013 79.7 29. 44.
1,252 5,250 419 6,094 1,835 269 5,296 d 17 86.9 30.1 49.8 1947 1947 1,253 63:574 4,502 72671 21,796 3,199 6,:411 4,:280 83.7 30.0 4.9
10,74 ,509 6.2 1,6 3.5 24444 2961 637 863 338 45.7 1948 w or Central, a/ ................... 194 10,7 61361 13.0 136,162.2 779,61 269,117 34,561 667343 3222
10,74 5743 1070 166,01 23,558 2,84a 64,704 1,302 97.2 3.0 55.5 1947 1947 10o74- "96.735 133,188 703,341 242:210 33,075 606:537 24,520 85.2 .4: 5.4
1,687 8,810 8.7 152 d 9,173 2,409 22 6,520 1,036 71.1 26.3 38.1 1941 New York, Chicago & St. Louis.......... 1948 1,67 105,422 19.0 1,63 1.4 109,42 29,444 2 643 74,255 16,317 678 269 52
1687 ,10 153 ,590 2,102 226 6,045 1,086 70.4 24-.5 39.5 1947 1947 1,67 88,599 1,601 92,521 26:36 2:640 67,246 10,213 72.7 21.9 31.2
221 3,651 10.2 112 d 1.9 3,930 1,774 229 3,34 684 86.1 45.1 33.8 194 Pittsburgh & Lake FErie ................. 1948 223 42,011 19.1 1,197 45,073 17,200 2, 474 35,806 9 678 79 4 38.2 3 .1
223 3,313 114 3,571 1,039 201 2,620 794 73.0 29.0 37.3 1947 1947 223 35.268 1,198 38,07 14,786 2,549 31,282 7,477 82:2 31.8 3
2,393 7,610 4.7 515 d 2.9 8,728 1,484 28 5,979 852 69.: 17:0 44.0 1948 Wabash ................................. 1948 2,393 94,629 14.3 5,600 o d .5 107,362 27,796 3,380 77 ,044 13,008 71.8 25.9 93
2,393 7,267 530 8,599 1,511 277 5,709 998 66.4 176 40.9 1947 1947 2,393 82,789 5:628 9,658 25,865 3,29 9:407 10,090 73.3 27.3 39.1
Central Eastern Reglon9
6,202 27,105 d 2.2 2,335 d 6.4 31,254 10,157 1,411 26,816 2,397 85.8 32.5 45.9 194 Baltimore & Ohio.....I................. 194 6,192 353,290 12.5 24,593 1.0 400 190 10 951 15 499 24 221 43,110 1.0 327 41
6,192 27,714 -- 2,495 32,856 9,587 1,290 26,929 2,742 82.0 29.2 46.1 1947 1947 6:194 313,965 24:343 360,295 120,912 1,272 500377 29,100 83.4 33:6 4
4115 2,741 11.6 521 d 2.4 3,535 1,492 149 3,735 d 87 105.6 42.2 4 19418 Central of New Jersey#................... 194148 417 33,2: 16.0 6,4986 9.1 42,73 14,103 1,668 38 223 89.4 33.0 49
419 2,456 534 3,299 1,064 142 3,281 L E 99.5 32.2 .5 1947 1947 418 28,736 5,948 37:566 11:995 1,761 34,166 E 90:9 31.9 52.1
212 1,611 5.0 19 d .7J 1,618 470 80 1,137 755 67.3 27.8 34.8 1948 Central of Pennsylvania ................ 148 213 20,199 15.0 214 d 3.5 20,90 55 82 12887 10382 61.6 26.6 31.1
213 1,534 19 1,641 458 69 1,081 728 65.9 27.9 34.0 1947 1947 213 17,558 222 18,2l 50 743 11:730 1 8:077 6.4 27.7 32.5
909 2,115 5.2 4181 8.3 2,1 834 102 2,315 225 82.3 29.7 43.0 1948 Chicago & Eastern III. ................. 194 909 25,737 18.9 3,821 d 1.7 32,62 10,174 1,156 26,717 2,217 81.9 31.2 42.0
909 2,011 386 2,874 651 88 2,185 1,86 76.0 22.9 44.0 1947 1947 910 21,649 3,887 28,508 9:096 1,60 24,294 2,285 85.2 31.9 44.4
238 3,459 11.4 4,070 1,099 112 3,032 462 74.5 27.0 42.2 194 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................ 194 315 38,724 18.3 46,307 9,976 1,177 28,358 7,769 61.2 21.5 6.2
391 3,105 3,681 972 82 2,808 146 76.3 26.4 45.7 197 1947 391 32,745 38,833 8,605 907 25,260 5,162 65.0 22.2 39.
376 1,214 d 1.8 2,569 9.4 3,964 1,599 225 3,938 99.3 40.3 52.9 1948 LongIsland. ............................ 194 376 16,64 13.8 33,41 9.3 52,671 17771 2,414 47, 4.2 90.2 33.7 51
376 1,236 2,348 3,42 1,38 19 3,690 96.0 36.1 57.7 1947 1947 376 14,630 30,604 47,783 14:139 2,321 40: 85.0 29:6 8
10,145 59,885 14.4 14,917 3.6 82,066 27,554 3,835 71,641 3,785 87.3 33.6 47.4 1948 Pennsylvania ........................... 194 10,111 52,Z68 13.1 160,304 .6 999,98 327,560 43,250 832,846 69,293 83. 32.8 4.
10,108 512,360 14,401 76,771 27,445 3,154 69,701 313 90.8 35.7 49.6 1947 147 10,115 5,57 159,327 903,26 307,838 41:59 789,878 32,311 87.4 41 4:9
1,338 9,265 d 2.2 756 d .4 10,564 3,873 4 12 8,746 894 82.8 36.7 41.8 194 8 Readlng ................................ 194 1,343 114,889 12.0 8,031 4.6 129,316 46,188 5,55 101,56 13,923 78.6 35.7 38.8
1,356 9,471 -- 759 10,910 3,835 456 8,921 864 81.8 35.2 42.2 1947 1947 1,357 102,610 7,674 116,76, 4o,425 5,415 90,894 11,952 77-8 346 392
837 3,543 d 1.4 15 d 3.0 3,713 1,069 178 2,414 655 65.0 28.8 31.1 1948 Western Maryland ....................... 19.48 837 4311 75 162 d 11.5 4485 141 206 30 866 8 669 6 31.9
837 3,593 15 3,747 1,085 162 2,632 730 70.3 28.9 35.8 1947 1947 87 40:152 183 42, 085 1272 1949 8, 029 68. 30.3.0
Pocahontas Region:
5 28 4. d 2.8 1,077 4.7 25,997 8,910 1,487 21,400 1,897 82.3 34. 40 1948 Chesapeake & Ohio ...................... 18 5,078 3o8,000 7.5 11524 d 3355 110446 16506 253:9 4214 7.49 3 35.0
5.o62 24,542 -- 1,o29 27,133 9,554 1,300 22,815 2,151 841 55. 40: 1947 19 o5,o57 286:419 11,971 ,- 312:953 lOO 766 15,357 23569 7;l 3 33 57
2,129 13,957 3.4 673 9.3 15,415 4,653 768 10,825 2,515 69.9 30.1 33.4 1948 Norfolk & Western ..................... 1941 2,129 172,273 12.7 6,221 d 6.4 185,539 57,204 8,964 125,204 38,509 67.5 30.8 1.
2,129 13,502 615 15,109 4,059 721 9,844 3,325 65.2 26.9 33.1 1947 1947 2,130 152828 667 --165,862 51,402 8:4 o109.374 35,059 65.9 31.0 30.
Southern ROegon:
5,562 8,947 d 1,950 3.8 11,824 4,161 414 10,347 870 87.5 35.2 44.4 1948 Atlantic Coast Line .................... 1948 5,570 106,71 10.8 19,972 d 9.2 136,337 50,029 4,357 118 288 5,127 86.8 36.7 42.9
5,572 9,250 1,879 12,738 3,569 382 9,710 1,476 76.2 28.0 41.2 1947 1947 5,573 95,987 21,991 128:30 4,933 4,270 112:462 3,050 87.6 38.1 4.4
1,815 2,511 5.5 286 10.5 3,201 942 133 2,771 271 86.6 29.4 44.6 1948 Central of Georgla ....................... 148 1,815 31,557 19.4 3,057 5.3 37,80 11,915 1,568 32879 200 70 1.5 469
1,15 2,446 259 3,170 813 129 2,562 277 80.8 25.7 46.9 1947 1947 1,816 2649 :901 32378 10,656 1:545 29:865 92.2 329 499
337 3,110 13.2 175 d 1.1 3,530 912 126 2,171 79 2 61. 5 25.8 30.3 1941 Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific. 1948 337 35,826 18.7 2,458 d 14.2 40 273 12 319 1 512 26 239 8 327 652 30.6 297
337 2,747 177 3,241 980 126 2,088 541 64.4 30.2 29.6 1947 1947 337 30:184 2,863 34:855 11:024 1:452 23:413 6,194 67.2 31.6 30.3
2,905 5,75 8.4 597 d 2.7 7,015 2,347 316 5,403 626 77.0 335 33.7 1948 1 Gulf Mobile & Ohio ...................... 1941 2,906 69,131 13.3 63138 d 7.0 81,05 27,112 3-773 59 795 9,097 73.8 33.4 2.1
2,904 5,346 614 6,692 2,221 304 5,091 641 76.1 33.3 34.4 1947 1947 2:904 61:034 6:788 73,330 24,971 3,430 55,224 6,876 75.3 34.1 32.7
6,552 17,671 3.5 3,023 21.8 23,272 6,420 1,015 16,417 3,075 70.5 27.6 36.5 1941 Illinois Central ....................... 194 6,563 213,973 11.6 26,535 2.0 268,175 81,949 11, 925 202 035 29,770 75.3 33.2 61
6,581 17,072 2,482 22,372 6,781 969 16,644 2,519 74.4 30.3 38.2 1947 1947 6:582 19.7 26,010 242:155 ,449 114 184:150 24:,318 7.0 33.6 36.3
4,759 14,217 d 7.1 1,447 1.1 16,817 5,957 771 14,080 1,505 83.7 35.4 42.7 1948 Louisville & Nashville .................... 1948 4,759 179,601 10.8 15,670 .7 207,272 71,570 8,708 169,453 21,176 81.8 4.5 42,.0
4,759 15,310 1,431 18.528 5,754 708 14,514 2,199 78.3 31.1 42.0 1947 1947 4,76 162,112 15,561 189697 66886 7948 15337 16281 2.4 35.3 41.
11 5,1. 3a15 ,51,97P 6,94116,281 82 41.2
1,051 2,371 d 8.2 213 7.4 2,913 779 106 2,253 297 77.3 26.7 43.2 1948 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ..... 194 1,051 29,98 13.1 2,342 3.4 35,528 11,49 1,250 28869 2,933 81. 32.4 1.2
1,051 2,582 -- 198 3,289 1,050 102 2,573 329 78.2 31.9 39.2 1947 1947 1,052 26,52 2,265 1:876 10,834 1,134 2669,g 1,936 83.: 34.o 7
4,153 9,12 2.9 1,53 12.4 11,619 4,014 475 9,175 940 79.0 34.5 36.6 1948 Seaboard Air Line ...................... 194 4,152 107,026 13.4 16,095 3.0 132,695 44,016 5,209 104,324 13,188 78.6 33.2 38.0
4,152 8,874 1,362 11,582 3,654 374 9,134 937 78.9 31.6 4.2 1947 1947 4,156 94,388 15,621 119141 40,199 4395 96767 790 1.2 33.7 39.7
6,6411 1:,381 5.7 1,7677 1.8 2.,u66 5,837 759 15,224 2,901 73"3 28.81 3: 1948 Southern ............................... .. 1941 6,466 206,25 11.3 20,88 .1 245,013 76,25 8,552 184,607 29,149 75.3 31.1 3.6
6,483 1. _______ 720,79 5,9 75 15.043 2,336 72:9 288 388 17 1947 6,414 186,18 20,87 222,833 72,352 7,997 171:674 21,375 77.0 32.5 38.8


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


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













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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 MONTE OF DECEMBER 1948 AND 1947. FOR TWELVE MONTHS EiDED WITH DECEMBER 1948 AND 1947
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
le Freight Pasenger__ _ _ Percent Percent Percent Percent
Miles Deprecin- Net Oper- mainte- trane- Freight Passenger FaeeNet Oper- saint- tre-
of ad iec in- railway ating nce portation Region, road, and year Average rDepreci-c railway a g sans portation
operated Per- Per- All eluded oer- ratio expenses expenses mile All sties in- oper- ratio expenses expensee
at close u cent cent Total ainte- in pro- Total acting (per- of oper- of oper- of road Per- Per- Total mainte- clued Totee inc cent ) pera tnapetai
ctcoeoa aintes ceing pe-income cent) ating eating Ttl aig(e- o p
nf Ionth Aunt - An- nance oedi ing operated, Amount cant Amount cent cas in pre- income cent) ti t
crease.crease column revenues revenues in- in- ceding
crease crease column revenues revenues
(a*) (b) (nl- (d) (a) Wf) () (h) (i) 1 0) 1J (k) I ()-n) )o() (0) (r) (s (t) vu)(vI (w) ( W(1((.Z(.
(Money items In thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dolla rs)
Northwestern Region:
,076 11626 4.1 $2,226 9.7 $15,06 4,910 $,002 $13,54o 609 5.7 31. 7.6 1948 Chicago & North Western ......................... 19 8 8,061 1,156 12.6 $25,743 4.3 $195,020 65,3 11,1 16, i, g8.9 33.5 .6
8,058 11,163 2,030 15,682 4,o96 873 12,24 1,158 78.1 26.1 "5.0 1947 1917 8,063 131,796 2N 677 176,281 58,586 10,196 6 13.,816 8,1158 83.9 33.2 .O
1,5o00 2,939 14.2 70 d 1.0 3,252 1,098 2645 211 51.1 33.8 11.1 1918 Chicago Great Western.................................. 16.8 678 9J 73 .
1,5007 11, 2,6175 1911896 32,10 6 1,362 26,21 3,59 7. 26.861
13622 0 2,179 3 73.0 208 15.9 1917 19117 127,783 925 31,325 S. 19 1,115 21,611 2,389 78. 27.5
10,671 16, 4 .1 2 2041 .8 20,934 1 7,127 91 18,087 85 1 86. 1 311.55 1918 Chicago, Milwaukee, Nt. Paul & Pacific .......... 1 11.6 2 1.5 9 ,303 12 210277 1,511 2
IO,685 16,821 2,02 :21,729 5,681 1,006 16,336 2,391 75.2 26.1 2 9 1947719071,713 187,061 21,328 231, 79 71,736 11,781 186,135 16,812 0.132.3 11.7
16 2,:85 5.2 212 4.0 3,O9 672 120 2,299 6 74:2 22.0 47.2 198 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha.......... 1918 ,61 28,817 11.6 2,613 d 31,239 9,929 1,391 28,299 1, 60 8 2.7 29.0 7.5
2,57 233 3,5 585 115 2,201 530 718 19.1 17.1 1947 1917 1,616 25,818 2,713 31,379 9,239 1,355 25,891 1,625 82.5 29.1 17.1
18 22.8 3-3 07 1 23 2,0 d 8 336.5 1-8o 19 :Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range..................... 19 39,93 17.7 33 d11.06602 12257 1375 26,953 ,165
555 3 9 911 103 1,7111 281.9 115.9 19117 33,9,89 37 39,403 10,023 1,228 22,109 8,953 5122
33.5 681 22.8 O.623 !:2 191.! 5,. 3 l 29.6
8,336 13,886 d .8 1,272 6.4 16,440 5,814 6 11,063 171 85.0 35.2 44.1 198 Great Northern .................................. 19g ,331 186,908 13.3 12,650 3 16,312 ;11,232 ,60 162 163 27,200 711.
9.333 !3,997 1,195 16,190 5,19 623 1318371,190 3.9 35-3 43.2 1947 1947 8,333 1611,906 313,0895193,752 3,290,275 143,49 23,816 7-! 32.7.9
3,22 2 38 5-3 123 13 o2 ,. 1,139 119 2, 97 d 28 9 3 3 Minneapoli, St. Paul, & Sault Ste.. Marie ..:.... 9 3,22 33,31 14.3 1,5 7. 010 3 69 82.3 3. 4.
3:. . ..__T 3 22633 31ol .316.5 8 37 ,O1 3 ,5 09 J 1 ,3 7 0 3 0 9 2 51 0 8 .3 3 6 _9
3225 2:110 1082,835 966 105 2:1398 31.1 16.3 1917 1917 3,221 29,161 1,580 32,888 11,295 1,229 26:889 2,033 81.8 311.3 11.9
6,889 11,6o6 d1.7 867 18.3 1 ,672 1,708 632 10,839 1,182 79.3 31.41 38. 19118 Northern Pacific .................................19418 ,899 137,213 11.3 7,510 d1.77 5,4o6
61 99^ 1 1 o |0 7 3 3 % 1 3 % g 4 2 0 6 1 0 ,7 4 2 1 ,85 7 .0 ^ 3 8 .1 -f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ; 7 ^u 3^_ 1 ;5 7,1 7 7 7 5 1 Z, 6 2 2 0 ,1 o 7 7 .,4 34 6 3 6 .
6,909 11,805 733 1 4133 611 10,7112 1,59 76.0 31.1 35.5 1917 1917 6,919 123,333 7,563! 591151,456 7,123 112,137 18,005 78.9 36.1 35.7
1,051 2,153 .9 51 2.9 2,339 69 6 1,75 330 80.2 2.7 .8 198 Wisconsin Central # ..................... .......19 1051 2 352 13. 5724 4 1,9 .4
1,051 2, 052 50 2,333 562 66 1,727 280 71.0 21.1 13.2 19719471 151.586 7 790 91 3,9o 72.3 26.1 40.1
Central Western Region:124,034 5867 791 1972.5 25.7
13,081 36,922 4.O ,4 d 1.3 16092 16,135 1,750 35,060 5,091 76.1 35-.0 35.2 1948 Atchison, Topeka & Santa FeM/ .................. 19. 8 13,081 27,135 15.3 53,211 6.0 526,34 171,o47 20,2 387,5n11 68,716 73.6 32.5 3.9
13,101 35,515 1,514 17,053 11,398 1,800 32,255 6,121 68.5 30.6 32.1 1917 1917 13,106 370,1187 50,236 62,699 152,279 20,971 339,218 51,302 73.3 32.9 31.1
8,671 15,983 I ,. l1 2033 1921 ,705 1,040 11,092 2,097 61.1 28.8 36.8 1948 ChIoago, Burlington & Quinoy .................... .198 8,8 199,1 9.9 20,199 6.1 21,364 71,626 11,825 167,888 32,737 69.6 29.7 3.5
8:867 1650291 22,791 6,351 959 15,080 3,103 6.2 27.9 33.2 1917 1917 8,865 181,409 19,029 221,179 62,167 10,515 41,996 31,781 67.8 28.1 31.3
7,631 12,662 d 2,259 1. 16,381 ,910 686 11,161 2,131 6 8.1 2.9 37.2 19 Chicago, Rok Island & Pacific.................. 19 7,645 158,90 12.6 23,285 1.9 197,405 53,71 7,923 13,163 21,892 72.5 7.2 38.2
7,650 12,702 2,033 16,8211 11197 639 12,001 2,2241 71.3 21.9 39.5 1947 1917 7,651 141,131 22,853 178,071 50,378 7,517 131,209 21,255 73.7 28.3 38.0
2,43 5,155 1.1 259 3.6 5,794 1,619 2863 1,053 817 69.9 27.9 31.6 198 Denver & Rio Grande Western ....................... 118 2,443 62,506 18.2 3,017 15. 68,501 19,260 3,259 11,11 12,156 70.7 28.1 355
2,166 5,097 250 5,701 1,321 260 3,852 878 67.5 23.2 37-5 1917 1917 2,469 52,883 3,185 58,711 17,798 3,17 113,961 8,331 71.8 30.3 37.1
8,17 29,34 1.7 4,115 d1.2 36,217 12,71 961 31,855 ,11 87.9 35.2 1948 Southern Pacilflo Co............................. 19 8,181 377,150 13.6 11,940 L .4 158081139,892 13,48 362,689 35,557 79.2 30.5 4l.4
8,195 28,855 4,167 37,158 12,096 1,097 30,610 2,417 82.5 32.6 42.3 1947 1947 8,216 332,071 50,132 l14,175 121,309 12,366 322,621 30,071 77.9 30.0 40.3
9,751 29,366 d 6 3,557 i 36,380 O1,44 1,54317 29,209 2,056 26.3.2 3.'7 194817 union Pacific ................................... 1 72 359,725 8.9 42,369 d 1 .7 437,583 133,547 1,700 321,403 41,976 73.4 30.5 35.3
9,756 31,241 4 ,200, 541 10,641 1,317 271,393 4308 67. 26 343 0 919 ;12 41o1,0541 122,310 1,51 300,455 36,757 73.3 29.8 358
1,195 2,966 d 21.4 175 2.3 3232 1,178 13 3,067 4 94.9 36. 38.2 1948 Western Pacific .................................. 191 1,195 40,907 11.2 1967 44,038 1333 133 33,191 ,91 75.4 30.4
1,195 3,773"171 1,039 9311 12 2,556 985 63.3 23.1 31.7 1917 1917 1,195 36,772 2,121 39,990 12,163 1,403 30,050 5,086 75.1 30.11
1,110 2,121 1.9 201 d 10.8 2,962 840 103 2,188 375 73.9 28.5 39. 1948 International Great Northern #...................1918 1,110 28,203 16.11 2,61 A-IL 33,757 10,67Z4 1,110 27,673 2,683 82.0 31.6 4.2
1,110 2,377 225 3,028 916 91 2,391 291 79.1 30.2 43:1 197 197 1,110 211239 2,679 30,18 10,166 978 25,313 1,291 81.1 37 137
890 o 2,767 1 16.4 1223 3,205 '6 601 11 1,7091' 1 52.8 18.70 2788 197 Kansas City Souther-n ............................ ... 1948 890 37,259 19.7 1,159 4 41,553 ,136 1,232 22,168 10,286 53 19.6 27.6
S2,767 12 3205 6 41 1,709 1 53.3 17 7 1947 890 31,136 1,209 35,168 8:008 1,022 20o,615 7,630 58.6 22.8 29.5
3,253 6,496 23.8 407 5 7,508 1,912 234 5, 54 921 70.0 25.5 38.0 1948 Mieouri-Kan.as-T.xas Lines ..................... 19118 3,253 72,287 24.8 1,566 d 6.9 i 83,293 22,354 2,540 60,876 9,3 73.1 26.8
3,253 5,247 429 6,601 1,667 22 ,7 1,088 71.9 25.3 39.2 1947 1947 3,253 57,908 4,905 68,817 20,363 214 53,10 5,84 77.7 29.6 o
7,007 15.,74 2.9 1,27 d .2 18,791 5,951;8 5 18 11 1,936 77.0 O31.7 39 19 Mi ssouri Paclcf. .............................. 1941 7,011 198,281 12.5 ,13,991 A 221,3221 0 69,071 8,650 166,8 26,575 75.5 3. 39.2
7,011 15,0:,6 881 5,821 66 111,540 2,127 77.0 30.8 40.6 19117 19117 7,022 167,325 15,396 199,622 611,113 7 7996 1513 2,11 773. 91
,8 5 5,616 2.1 1 d53 6,71 2,111 210 ,8 91 81.8 .7 1 1.7 1.Texas &Pacific ..................................11 1,9 66,370 21.1 5;,7 8 d 6 21,96 2,424 7; s 7 74 27. 7
1,851 5,502 6,881 1,917 196 5,002 1,130 72.7 28.3 37.8 1917 1917 1,8611 5368 5,01 1, 50324 No ,7 5.
it;64 ,;47 4 ._ 609 .3 9,83 3,023 44 7,61 972 781 30:7 : 9St. Louis-San Francisco........................... 19 4,6 96,620 8.9 7,429 2.0 2,7o6 35,561 ;029 0, 911 3o o02 .26
4,615 d 610,197 2,569 390 7,473 1,338 73.3 25.2 111 19117 19117 11,6115 88,699 7,285 101,158 31,757 ,:6 6 8 511 O1,3703 79.1 30.6 11.
323 1239 19.2 13 717 41 a 4 1 5 9.8 43 j 1941 St. Louis-S Francisco & Texas1 ................. 3,24 42 21.0 152 6.7 1,0 4 3D5 59 71.3 2.5 113.3
1,2 239 7 5 91 6 97137 10 3621 2 411,03 967 118 3,011 3917 711.823.891.
1,569 5,401 7. 8.,7.2 1,9 11 ,O 1OO 60. 9 153!. 6112'2 lk60,73 ,9 1,O205 : 3.,
1,575 05,4 7.4 d 7.2 311 0 2 60.9 33. 1918 St. Louls Bouthwestern Lines........................ 19 1,573 61,343 18.2 860 d 42 64172 13 38,890 12,072 605 22
13575 51 5 3 128 3,15 32 58.5 21.3 31.3 1917 19117 1,575 51,912 897 ,5, 1312 811 33,316 9,879 61.0 3
11,316 9,281 2.9 915 _d7.. LA 3,70 7,818 118 70.6 25.2 39.1 1911 Texas & New Orleans ..............................1918 1,316 110,759 15.6 10,228 d. 19,381
1,316 0211,O'6 2,789 2170.2 39. 19471917 1,317 95,821 11,183 111,896 2944 2,g40 79, 1 2.3.25.-7
9:0'el9917,1o076,.112, 1 7.11 1:4s 1:.61325.
:3 6 9 2 2189 2 1 979:19 1:517 9.


Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
SInludes'amortization of Defense Projects.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
A/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
8 Decrease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1949 O0 800175