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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: AA00015604:00105
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OP TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS



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


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U.S. DEPOTOY
U.S. DEPOSITORY


FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 1949 AND 1949 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH JULY 1949 AND 1948
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Percent Percent Average Freight Passenger Peroe
of road Freight Passenger Net Oper- mainte- tran Region, road, and year Net Oer- aln n
operated Depreo1- Net apgr- naint- torationy sf road Nerratr-
at 01 tion a ting oases poortationRegonnoadand-yrailwayearDgpanree
at loen- oper- ratio expense expenses operated oper- ratio expenses expenses
of month Per- Per- Total m Total Ae total r- ti s pe e se operated Total ma ntein e d Total ain ting r- of op e
AmountAmunt etin pre- income cent) sting eating AmotntAment cent inApre-
An-ount Amount in- nanoe ceding Amo in- Amount in- nance ceding income cent) ating ating
crease crease column revenues revenues crease creaese column revenue revenues
(a) (b) (0) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (j1) I () (1) (m) (n) (0) (p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) (v) (wt (x) | (y) () (a)
(Money Items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
20798 522,668 d 17.7 $78,905 d 13.1 $654,243 $227,468 32,864 532,553 147,3 81.4 34.8 39.7 1949 Total--Roads listed herein ................. -1949 20,912 3$,847,711 d 7.1 8491, 211 5 222 g6.4 $4,709,560 ,o621 $226,015 $3,850 ,322 327 546 81.8 34. 44 35
20, 1 34895 90 819 784:258 242:136 30:278 585,989 96,144 74.7 30.9 37.9 194 Re 19 98 4,142,316 524:576 -- 5,057,013 1,615,75 20o42 3,994,928 42,282 79.0 31.9 4.7
New England Region:
1,794 3,658 d 216 d 1.8 3,9 6265 2,237 1671 53,3975 11 859.2 35.7 46. 1949 Deloston & Maine .......................... 1949 1794 27,588 d 11. 1,224 6.5 29,584 10,948 1,149 24,901 1,93 84.2 4
1,757 5370 220 7,639 2,363 21 5,9 5 693 77.8 30.9 341.1 1948 1948 794 31,930 -4 34,016 11639 1,95782 26594 396 79.1 32. 38
79 5,395 d 21. 4,9252 d 13.6 6,46591 2,111 3570 9,59 32 84.6 3 2.7 45.9 1949 NDeaw York, aaNew Haven & Haertfordn .......... 1949 1,969 8,385 d 13.3 5,8279164 d11.6 47,97 5,26328 2,69394 39,721 3601 8 2.9 329.0 4


2,229 12,413 882 14,91 4,5273 582 10,989 1,494 75.8 29.5 39.5 1948 1948 2,229 88,610 479 99,1827 27595 4,030 79,12490 510,55118 79.56 2.6 4.5
971 3,482 16.3 216 d 1. 3,917 1,327 167 3,232 271 85.2 36.0 43.0 1949 Delawnre & Hudson ....................... 1949 97194 24,262 4.8 1,28136 6. 2,54 19,45 1,304 23,16901 1,99843 84.2 3.3 41.3
79472 37o 22044 4,747 1,43759 15 3,45839 45 84.9 37.1 344.17 1948 1945 792 31,930 1,149 328622 911653 1,232 26459476 3,4 85.2 3437 46.
9685 ,030 d 14 925 d 13.0 6451 22,111 379 54,95 316 8. 3.2 45.3 19459 D Vaw ..n............ 1949 9692 35 d 1. ,8,27 722,604 39,721 3,601 82.9 32.0 44.3
973 019 62 7 ,691 2,246 31 5279 9 75. 4. 61948 1941 o 200 455 14,461 2:5037 ,:432 5:613 77.8 27.6 46:
210,7231 137,067 20 74910,985 d .21. 53,9127 17,08 623,987 410,623,797 1,282 890.8 373.0 44.7 1949 Eriw or entral.................................... 1949 210,731 230 297,82063 d 5. 70,2 d 5.9 ,775 139,467 20,761 355,09 14,506 86. 34. 4.6
10,745 46,496 14,023 66,757 22,558 2,890 55,063 5,43 2.5 33.8 42.6 194 1948 10,745 316,355,610 471693 537 27,595 4030 374455 111538 85.9 34.1
97 7,030 153 1.1 7397 2,29 17 33 5,754232 271 772.58 33.9 39.4 1949 Grand Trunk Western... Lou.................. 1949 971 255,3262 d 4..8 891,26 .8 57,443 917,160 1,30 2416150 7,368 72.3 29.8 36.


1,687 8,539 151 84901 1 2,509 227 6,456 1 1, 346 68.1 28.2 34.1 1948 194 1,687 60,652 883 22,6229 17,53 1,503 43,347 9:190 68.9 27.9 35.4
221 2,494 d 99 d 2,704 1,83 29 4,935 0 10.43 3651.1 43.3 1949 PitLehtsburgh Lake Erie ........................... 1949 221 225 d5 o.4 91 d 14.1 25,225 1,637 2 4,624 83.84.9 3431
252 5,74941 130 3,7521 21,079 27 5,29 6734 78.9 31. 33.7 1948 1948 1,2523 235871988 25,265 9,531 1,409 2037 5626 79. 37.7 35.
1,252 893, d 1 na d52d 1 4520 1.9077 2,24 6 3,005 51.5 29.7 46.1







Central Eastern Region;
6,202 25, .5 2,026 28,818 10,116,95 d 21.7 27 17 21,3987 46,7 1,2896 85.4 335.1 1949 New YBaltimork Central Ohio ........................ 1949 10,731 297,186 1370,2 d 4 2 19,104 71,071 9,46 7 20,761 355,089 19,2 80.8 34 4.6
6,192 31,215 2,5023 6 35,757 22,55 2 1,2890 55,6483 5,4,585 77.75 33.5 39.0 1948 19481 ,792 201,938 13748 228,492 73,162 ,537 9184943 2486,55 17 8.9 32.0 42.6
1687 7,0309 d 153 1.1 7,9397 2,0299 2153 2:,72 67 ,37 31.1 314 1949 C New York, Chicago & St. Loui .............. 1949 1,657,27 d 5.5 9183 8 .6 57,609 17,1603 1,6850 ,41 6 0 7,3695 92.3 29. 35.3
1,687 2,539 151 5,91 2,509 227 3,061 ,34 6 .1 26 52 34. 1948 1945 467 u,1521 3 42,9029 17,536 1,503 43, 7 9,190 45.9 27.9 50.
2212 1,294 d 25. 16 99 d 23.7 1,290 434 4 936 22049 72.6 33.7 33.3 1949 Pittsburgh & Lake Eriea .................. 1949 221 23,57993 d .13 91 d 14.125225 10,579 3,024 51637 21,141 4,9624 65.0 29.3 341.2



213 3,494 130 3,7 71 1,479 20 2,974 3 909 58.2 24.7 2933.7 1948 1948 213 1123,5375 129 1125,9265 9,531 229 460 720,467 5,62834 62.6 27.1 31.7.
909 1,69223 d13.6 44326 17.7 2,20 2376 314 6264 734 76.3 29.0 43.3 1949 Wabash ............... Eastern Illino .............. 1949 2,393 4512,79 d 1.0 2,791 d12. 6,522 5,4 79 2 14,5037 3,37 87.8 34.0 43.0
909 2,361 5366 2,7114 222 2 6,755 1,2211 8471.3 27.7 3742 1948 194 2,3 909 14,667 2,073 -- 8,5o 15,6823 61,957 1 15,280 17,155 72.6 3127.5 42.8
376202 25,14 d189. 026 d 19.2 2,942 1,3116 122437 ,724,605 1965 75.4 35.1 436.10 1949 Baltimore a Ohio .......................... 1949 376 2027,707 194 6 d 3.5 19,982 5. 219 4 71, 9,475 177 2.1 31.7 .
376192 31,215 2,506 35,591 1,552 1,2980 2764 374,55 77.7 32.5 3945. 1948 1948 376192 201,93811 138,8674 229,219 73,162 1,384 261,943 2 67 80.9 32.6 54.7
10,142 48,396 13,060 d 67,949 24,443 3,952 58,885 86.7 36.0 44.6 1949 entrylvana .......Jersy #..................... 1949 10,142 388,09166 d8.5 89,479 1.2 524,577 1817,532 26,066 445,022 26,796 84.8 3.6 44.6
S63,904 14,495 86,132 27,564 3,546 69,474 7,128 .7 32. 43.6 194 1948 10,10 423,951 90,523 563553 89957 24,524 7,5 7 97 2 21907 2522 5 85.7 32.7 46.6
212 1247 d 2 16 d .0 8,3429 3,308 487 936 549 7.6 39.7 33.9 1949 Central of Pennsylvania.. ................. 1949 212 9,993 d 138.8 410575 d 16. 10,339 3,024 3,4 55,6724 4964 5. 29.3 31.2
213 1,673 22 1,723 3,49 4 1,003 909 51.2 24.7 29.7 1948 1948 213 11,535 1294,635 73 11,929 3,2295 3203 7: 67 5:834 62.6 27.1 39.8
90983 6 2,562 d 2o. 1326 d 2,70,26 1,o65 116 1,907 2967 826.4 32.2 435.53 1949 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ... .............. 1949 909 12,911 d 1.0 2,071 d .1 25,01722 8,577 1,332 147,677503 34,345 7. 34. 3 30.
909 2,130 366 2,711 93276 97 2,293 770 71.6 32.9 423.4 194 1948 909 14,89 92667 2073 25072 85,09239 51 1705,20 1,157 8270.6 31.3 33.1
235,4 172,66200 d 12.4 31,05012 1,3661 1 2,744 142 89.6 4.2 340.2 1949 Elgin, Jolieapeaket & Eastern .. ................. 1949 23,104 23,19366 5.1 - 2 1 704,989 596,70 ,279 1,177 4,474 62.1 34.2 35.
235,075 325,952037 1,255 28,654970 42 1,3699 21,313 64 63.0 23.95 34.7 1948. 1948 369 172,331 ,4 187,082 62,391 9,330 145,1278 23,63 61.2 2033.7 36.5
376 9,170 d 525 d 2.7 10,105 1,31 224 38,333726 490 4 82.5 3726.6 46.1 1949 Long Island etern ........................... 1949 3762,129 88,498 d 19,988 .9 295,978 349,19630 5,481 71,001 15,284 74.0 36. 31.




3762,129 14,38210 3 1 656 15,703 4.53926 751 10538967 37,395 67.1 31. 4 30.8 1 1941948 2,129 96,929 3,432 1043289 10,110 1,54 2,913 d 302 968.2.1 34.2 31.7
10,142 4,396 d 24.3 13, 060 d 67949 24,443 3,952 5555 2,5045 86.7 36.0 44.6 1949 Pennsylvania ............................ 1949 10,142 388,091 d .5 89,479 d 1.2 524,577 151,532 26,066 445,022 26,796 84. 34.6 44.6
10,15 63,904 1,4955 4,132 2,564 3546 69,5474 712 0.7 32.0 43.6 1948 194 10,1058 423,951 90,523 --563,553 1,957 24,527 452,907 25,225 85.7 33.7 4.
1,324 72,115 d 227.5 24 d 2,558 812 15 2,46 30 520 94.4 31.76 2.6 1949 Reading ...... eorga .......................... 1949 1,81325 16,931 d 8. 1,675 67,364 25,054 341 55,617 594 91.2 32.6 48.9
1,815 2,564 280 3,057 1,025 13 2,72 1,201 7789.2 35 47. 1948 194 1,815 18394 1,77935 73,37 6,2578965 320 57,919052 1,090 6.4 31.3 46.6









337 2,5498 d.18. 174 d 24.8 2,808 958 125 1,956 437 69.7 34.1 29.7 1949 CinnWe nnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific. 1949 337 19,254 d 7. 1,356 21,754 6,g43 884 14,593 3,914 67.1 31.5 30.2
337 3,060 231 433 1,059 126 2,199 751 64.0 30.2 28.9 1948 1948 37 20,74 1,447 25,253 7,09968 882 17,07905 4829 64.8 30.4 29.8
2,901 5108 d .2 1,50 d16.3 19,950 12,031 3229 174,494 7108 7 4.3 33.1 6 31.27 19 Gul MobChesapeake & Ohio ....................... 1949 52,901 36,104 8.1 3,175 d .6 42,255 4,8760 10,27956 32,452 3,99260 76. 35.1 33.
5,905 25952 1,2635 2,974 29,2356 1:363 21,017 84,293 71.5 32.9 340.6 194 1948 2,o06 39,285 3,671 461 1562 2194 34:423 49236 74.7 33.
6,543 15,028 d 6. 2,4 d 2.5 19,173 6,862 1,159 15,333 1,653 2.4 35.8 367.5 1949 Norfolk & Wetern ....................... 1949 26,54129 115,497 d 14,3806 22 145,9 6 51,236 7,19 71,1 15,2 .2 35.3 3.3
129 14514,00 17,055 5.9251 75133 10,53 3,395 6783.0 34.9 430.0 1948 198 4,759 103,444 9,111 19,498 32,584 5,971 99,510 ,561 83.3 351 42.9
54,527 6,311 d 19 1,162 d6.1 ,3417 363143 4216 7,116 66 85.0 43.6 4538 1949 Atlantc Coast Line ............. 1949 4,1557 5,763 d 0. 11,766 d 6. 754,66921 256,1943 3,387 6,364 6,310 80.8 35.0 38.
5,572 7,781 l,1 10,131054 33471 356 9,543 921 894.2 42.5 438.1 1948 1948 4,1572 65,327 12 9 23 -- 3,963 25,73121 2,911 61,959 8,69 77.7 32.3 38.2
1,515 2,11 d 17.5 241 d 14 2,555 512 15 2,416 19 94.4 31.7 2.0 1949 Central of Georgia.. . ....... 1949 1,515 16,931 d 8.0 1,679 56 20291 6616 10 1,509 94 1.2 32. 9
1,:815 2,:56 20 3,057 1,025 133 2,725 11 859.2 33.5 7.0 1948 194 1,815 19,394 1,779 22047 696 898 19,052 1,090 56.4 31.3 46.
337 3 2,49 d 231.4 1714 d 2.5 23433, 955 12 2 199 751 6o. 30.5 25.9 1984 1919, 337 20:743 d 1:7 23,253 7,065 552 15.079 30.29 62a.0
2,901 5,105 d 13.2 413 d19.2 6,050 2,031 325 4,494 715 74.3 33.6 31.7 1949 Gulf Mobile & Ohio.. . ...1949 2,901 36,104 d 5.1 3,175 d 13.0 42,255 14,511 2,256 32,452 3,992 76.8 35.1 33.0
2,905 5,86 635 6:974 2,356 315 5,017 865 71.9 33.5 30.6 1945 1945 2,9o6 39,20553,671 46,oei 15,620 2,194 34,423 ,923 74.7 33.93
6,543 15,0215 o2 1.o 2,145 d 12.4 19,173, ,560 1,1599 15407 1,653 7.04 3 3 .3 19149 Illinois Central... . .......1.. 19149 6 56 115,697 d 4.,14,306 d.2 145,116 51,236 7,439 114,934 13,045

4,775 l4.,O00 d 24.2 1,395 8 d12.6 13,245 4,5371 0oo 13,55. 819 57.2 36.5 44.2 1949 Louisville & Nashville .................. 19 9 4,773 92,204 d d109,256 d9.1 106,982 39,49 5,38g 90,'Lg ,456 4.6 36.9 41.9
4,759 14,514 1,600 17,055 5,951 733 14,154 1,555 33.0 34.9 43.0 1945 1945 4,759 103,14144 9,111 119,495 41,906 4,971 99,510 10,561 53.3 35.1 42.9
1,049 1,972 d 16.5 185 d15,5 2,3590 702 12 1,9295212 51.:0 29.5 142.6 1949 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ...... 91949 1,049 15694 d 9.9 1,295 d.3 15725491,675 50

4,149 6,563 A 1,162 5 6.46,377 3,143 46 7,116 616 55.0 37.5 39.4 1949 Seaboard Air Line... . ...194 9 4,152 59,702 d 7.2 9,76 d 1.6 74,665 26,143 3,357 60,364 63101 50.5 35.0 35.0
4,152 5,152 1,24 10,054 3,471 7 ,O64 921 50.2 3.5 35. i 1945 1945 14,152 64,327 9,929 79,740 25,735 2,911 61,959 84,31 77.7 32.3 35.2
6,:41 12791 1,749 a dA140 15.77 5,535 561 13,412 1,021 5.2 37.1 41.0 1949 Southern... ..........o1949 6,411 103,129 d 13.9 10904 AO123,275 4209,479 102750 5034.9
1 429 712 15,33 2,653 71945 1945 643 119,736 11,971 141,179 4,6 01049616,391 75.31.3 35.5


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
d Decrease or deficit.


Statement No. M-150
JULY 1949

















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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 1949 AND 1948 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH JULY 1949 AND 1948
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenue Operating expenses
P gPercent Percent Average 1 Percent Percent
Miles Freight Ptran- miles Freight Passengernte- trNDt Oper- maItte- trans-
of n, r D n railway acting nane portaton Region, road, and year of road epreci- railway atngnane portat
operated P All tion in- oper- ratio expenses expenses operated All atio in- oper- ratio xpe expenses
at close r r Total mainte- eluded Total ating (per- of oper- of oper- Pr- Pr- Total mainte- eluded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
of month Amount ..nt Amount cent nanoe in pre- income cent) eating eating Amount cent Amount cent nanoe in pre- income cent) eating ating
in- in- nano edinn tingAmountA in- in- ned
at- o- Tt i -j( revenues revenues on- on- cfeedingr -
crease orease olun revenues revenues crease crease column revenues revenues
(W1 ( i .) (a) (.I (f1 ) 00() _)(1) 1 (.1) (I)> (1) 1 =)(m) _________[____W___ I) (.. ..r)(.)I (t)I (u)(vW (wI((x)()1 Z) (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
S076 $10,889 d 14. $2,362 d 16.4 14,722 $5,115 $992 $12,989 $551 88.2 34.7 46.1 1949 Chicago & North Western .................. 1949 ,o76 74,459 d 9.7 1 212,881 2.2 97,641 $38,266 6,833 94,431 d 4.336 96.7 39.2 4.8
8,05 12,711 2,24 17,221 5,511 917 13,792 1,437 80.1 32.0 41.5 1948 194 0 8,058 82,426 14,676 108.858 37,834 6,421 95,68 4, 87.3 34.8 5.6
1,480 2,297 d 12.4 27 d 53.1 2,501 920 129 1,950 179 78.0 36.8 34.2 1949 Chicago Great Western .................... 1949 1,497 16,773 d 5.8 217 d 42. 18,152 5,801 867 13,962 1,357 76.9 32.0
1,500 2,621 58 2,877 798 115 2,109 280 73.3 27.7 38.8 1948 1948 1,500 17,810 381 19,648 4,988 760 14,500 1,9 73.8 25.4 41.7
10670 15,918 d 6.2 2,210 d 3.9 20,058 7,402 1,151 17,220 929 85.9 36.9 42.0 1949 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ... 199 10,670 110,307 d 3.1 11,353 d 6.2 134,62 50,084 7,837 119,850 2,083 9.0 372 44.9
10,671 16,961 2,299 21,409 7,505 1,059 17,775 1,371 83.0 35.1 41.5 19M 1948 10,671 113,830 12,099 139,754 47,757 7,235 119,733 5,632 85.7 3.2.9
1,617 2,062 d 12.3 274 d 5.7 2,553 836 135 2,323 115 91.0 32.8 50.7 1949 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ... 1949 1,617 14,214 d 8.2 1,424 d .4 17,036 5,929 895 16,144 a 1 03 94.8 34.8 52.7
1,617 2,352 290 2,886 849 115 2,338 2o 81.0 29.4 45.1 1948 1948 1,617 15,487 1,505 18,571 5,805 805 16,343 7 88.0 31.3 50.2
574 5,956 6.9 13 202.7 6,932 1,149 123 2,710 2,299 39.1 16.6 21.5 1949 Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range ............. 1949 574 22,375 9.1 35 113.9 26,170 7,952 852 15,661 5,242 59.8 30.4 27.6
571 5,572 4 6,499 1,059 101 2,593 2,150 39.9 16.3 22.6 1948 19.48 570 20,505 17 23,986 6,693 717 13,914 5,049 58.0 27.9 28.1
8,318 17,362 1.1 1,588 5.5 20,610 7,105 771 14,578 2,887 70.7 34.5 30.9 1949 Great Northern ........................... 1949 8,318 101,007 8.2 7,081 d 117,544 45,801 5,384 96,837 6,924 82.4 39.0 37.5
8,333 17,181 1,506 20,300 6,196 731 13,589 3,229 66.9 30.5 31.7 1948 1948 8,333 93,367 7,133 109,599 40,654 5,091 90,645 10,650 82.7 37.1 39.8
3,224 3,032 6.2 203 20.4 3,414 1,043 124 2,450 693 71.8 30.5 36.0 1949 Minneapolis, St. Paul, a Sault Ste. Marie. 1949 3,224 17,090 5.0 735 5.0 18,977 7,491 845 16,949 350 9. 9.5 4.6
3,225 2,856 169 3,224 1,093 116 2,484 501 77.0 33.9 37.9 1948 1948 3,225 16,277 700 18,171 7,641 777 17,129 392. 4
6,889 11,419 3.1 870 22.9 13,377 5097 664 10,902 1,602 81.5 38.1 36.2 19.49 Northern Pacific ......................... 1949 6,889 72,o4l .7 4,477 12.2 83,092 34,459 4,595 73,54 3,415 88.5 4.5 39.5
6,889 11,072 708 12,859 4,629 618 10,112 1,599 78. 36.0 35.83 19 1948 6,906 71,573 3,990 82,543 31,492 4,317 68,816 7,784 83.4 38.2 37.9
1,051 1,816 d 24.3 98 17.8 2,042 682 72 1,673 114 82.0 33.4 41.6 1949 Wisconsin Central # ....................... 1949 1,051 14,347 d 8.8 374 19.2 15.59 4,706 480 12,428 1,272 79.7 30.2 43.0
1,:051 2,399 83 2,651 709 66 1,808 361 68.2 25.7 36.1 1948 1948 1,051 15,738 314 17,154 4,669 460 12,513 2,191 72.9 27.2 0.1
Central Western Region:
13,103 37,752 d 10.7 4,646 d 8.8 46,055 14,787 1,795 30,711 7,522 66.7 32.1 2s.6 1949 Atchison, Topeka & Sants Fe a/...........19419 13,103 228,868 4d 1.8 28,662 d 282,474 102,224 12,425 216,954 29,4o80 76.8 36.2 33.
13,081 42,287 5,097 51,212 14,820 1,703 33,00oo 9,181 65.2 28.9 30.9 194 1948 13,081 242,995 30,501 298,622 96,20 11,680 221,825 37,04 74.3 32.4 35.
8,714 14,299 d 1.2 1,839 d 15.'. 17,705 7,409 1,097 14,948 659 84.4 41.8 36.1 19.49 Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy ............. 1949 8,714 99353 g 10,059 120,756 45,572 7,511 9,o 7,00oo4 2.o 37.7 37.5
8,867 17,473 2,181 21,395 6,591 975 14,791 3,111 69.1 30.8 33.2 1948 1948 8,867 110,177 11,331 133,691 39,988 6,688 99,703o17,375 70.8 29.9 35.3
7,62o 13,947 d 16.7 1,887 d 14.2 17,059 4,937 681 11,656 2,305 68.3 28.9 32.7 1949 hicago, Rook Island & Pacific ........... 1949 7,623 86,397 12,67 106,605 31,175 4,613 79,085 10,393 74.2 292 37.3
7,644 16,734 2,199 -- 20,267 4,759 655 12,689 3:630 62.6 23.5 33.1 1948 1948 7:648 91,627 12,927 113,014 30,391 4,574 83,090 12,018 73.5 26.9 39.5
2,43 4,o450 d 333 d .6 5,077 1919 310 4,252 452 88 37. 372 1949 D enve.r & Rio Grand. Western ..............19.49 2 33 34,121 1.0 163 9.8 37843 12,927 2087 29794 4,370 787 34.2 367
2,443 4,914 338 5,522 1,752 270 4,135 878 74.9 31.7 35. 1948 1948 2,443 33,770 1,697 37,037 10,289 1,873 26,331 7,0'45 71.1 27.8 36.0
8,171 29,o d14.7 ,805 d 22.4 35,965 11,581 1,3495 28,992 1,9114 80.5 32.2 40 3.9 1949 Southern Pacific Co........................19499 8,172 197,152 2 d7 23,883 d 14,2 238,365 79,618 8,925 197,849 12,252 83.033.44
8,179 34,562 ,901 2,441 1 1541 99 74.3 27.2 44 1 19 8,190 21 1 27,851 260,267 78,583 7859 20 157 21,707 78.4 3 41.0
9,721 27,016 d i. 3,496 d 19.5 33,419 12,333 1,561 27,1157 998 81.3 36.9 36.3 1949 Union Pacific ............................. 1949 9,725 176,436 .9 18,562 d 25.2 213,864 81,576 10,757 183,482 486 85.8 38.1 38.9
9,751 31,828 4:342 39:267 10,679 1,391 26:317 5,419 67.0 27.2 32.4 1948 1948 9:753 193,732 24,816 238,243 75.705 9,718 180,960 18,261 76.0 31.8 35.9
1,195 2,675 d 25.0 355 57.7 3,123 1,402 142 3,017 619 96.6 44.9 38.7 1949 Western Pacific .......................... 1949 1,195 20,84o d 0, 1,755 60.0 23,285 8,280 959 19,577 2,189 84.1 35.6 36.9
1,195 3,:56 22 3,919 1,142 128 2,872 540 73.3 29.1 33.4 194..8theer g 1948 1,195 21,947 1,097 23,722 7,694 882 18,748 2,617 79.0 32.4 37.0
Southwestern Region:
1,110 2,15 d 1.0 194 d 9.1 2,570 935 110 2,1 225 3 4 36.4 40.9 1949 Internatlonal Great Northern # ........... 194 9 1 o 352 5 1,223 . 18,352 6,0 529 1,59 81.7 33.0 4
1,110 2,631 213 3,072 892 94 2,290 503 7 .6 29.0 39.9 1948 1948 1:110 16,181 1,35419,266 6,20 6 28 16,352 977 84.9 32.24
891 2,645 4A13-0 134 17.2 3,048 634 105 1,772 66 58.1 20.8 30.4 19i49 Kansas City Southern...................... 1949 891 20,486 d 1.6 01 4.8 22,937 4,719 734 12,939 5,235 56.4 20.6 29.1
890o 3,041 4 3,1 06 683 112 29 874 53.7 I201 27.6 1948 194s8 890 20,814 69 23,153 4567 7 12,4 Q 5,6353.9 19.7 2
3,253 5,269 d 20.8 376 d 16.8 6,0698 1,739 236 4,408 699 :72.3 28.5 335.7 1949 Miseouri-ansas-Texas Lines ................ 1949 3,253 37,321 d 4.2 2,586 .7 43,113 12,704 1,610 32,982 3,521 76.5 29.5 38.8
3:253 6,654 452 7606 1,966 211 5,204 1,029 68.4 25.8 36.3 1948 1948 3,253 38:938 2,567 45,172 12,216 1,461 33,886 8,621 75.0 27.0 40.4
7,o04 14,804 d 19.3 1,161 d 16.7 17,456 5,941 773 13,264 2,119 76.0 34.0 36.1 1949 Missouri Pacific #..........................19419 7,006 99,604 6.3 7,067 12.2 n 116,852 38,9-4 5,370 91,798 12,233 78.6 33.3
7,012 ,1 1 1,393 20,921 5,788 729 14,302 3,470 684 2 .7 35. 4 7:012 10 ,305 5 37,949 4956 95,597 1 7 30.5
1,854 4,364 25.9 440 d241 ,27 1,o1667 229 3,978 576 75.4 31.6 35.2 1940 Texas & Pacific........................... .........9419 1,95k 31,0733d 19.2 2 1 7,009 11,001 1,517 29,64s3,96 74.3 29.7
1,8:54 5,8911 579 6 0 1,905 202 5,033 835 72.3 27.4 38.5 1948 1- 1,8.954 384353.A 02 12,527 1 337 0 7. 278
4,644 7,07 141 532 418.0 8,198 3,050 508 7,078 .1522 86.3 37.2 41.4 1949 St. Louis-San Francisco .................... 1949 4645 51,336 d 6.4 3,873 d 10.0 59.537 21,308 3,387 50,395 4,188 84.6 35.8 41.3
4645 823 4 -- 9566 2,995 435 7:447 1,134 77.8 31.3 39.6 1948 194 4:645 54843 4,304 4,009 20,252 2,832 52,751 5,693 82.4 31.6 43.
159 397 d 10.9 7 d 46.o 425 90 4 261 68 61.5 21.1 34.4 49 St. Louls-San Francisco & Texas ..........1949 159 2,430 d9.57 73 4 24.7 2,639 660 29 1,973 191 74.8 25.0 42.7
159 M 13 481 92 4 298 92 62.0 19.1 37.6 1981948 159 2,576 97 2,812 598 29 2,04 307 72.6 21.3
1,569 4,oo7 4 d18.3 73 d.. 4,265 1,374 132 3,152 414 73.9 32.2 34.1 1949 St.,Louis Southwestern Lines............... 194 1,569 32,129 d.2 426 d 1.3: 3,113 921 22,25 6,75 6137.6 272
1,575 4,906 92 5:163 1,297 131 3,284 84 63.6 25.1 32.5 194 19 1:575 34,6 447 3252 ,,o 913 22,23 6,757 61.4 2 332.:
4361 8,943 4 d .7 813 d 1 1,4321 2,:777 35 77,0o13 974 : 732 29.8 3.1 19 Te & New Orleans .......................19.49 4,316 57,827 d .6 5,182 10.5 67,246 20,461 2 1 51:16 761 3.4
4,316 8,896 965 1U425 2,902 267 7,953 903 7,3 27.8 2.1 194814948. 4,316 63,24o 5,788 73,726 19,842 1,53,962 8,228 73.21 26.9


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


# Report of trustee or trustees.
Includes Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Oulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Decrease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:1949 0 850175