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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
lccn - sn 88029200
ocm18597972
Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00110
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08731 0750 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


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FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 1949 AND 1948 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER 1949 AND 1948
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
ofroad Freight Passenger Drei- Net Oper- ma Pnte- trant rage Freight Passenger et Oper- n Perc t
operated railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year of road Deprec- railway atng nane portaton
at close Per- Pe All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses operated All nation in- oper- ratio expenses expanaec
of onthcent cent Total mainte in pre- Total Inm (per-e of per- of ope> r Total mainte- eluded Total aring (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount in Aount in- nance coding income cent) atng atng Amount cent Amount cent nano in pre- income cent) eating eating
grease crease column revenues in- in- ceding revenues revenues
reveuescrease crease column
(a) (b) (o) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (J) (k) (1))(m)( )(n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y)(z) (aa)
(honey. teams in thousands of dollars)* (i4oney items in thousands of dollare*
2o4,114 .2 7172 17.7 662,534 216,3 33 33,4 62 .5 32.7 41. 1949 Total--Roads listed herein................. 194 2 ,36 6, 11.6 26, 6 ,012,647 2,69,959 396,470 657,6 632,593 0.6 33..l
2o4,83 -0,3 87,168 752,10 243,247 31,677 08,6'49 59,43 80.9 32.3 41. 1948 194 24 7o 7, 43, 956 -- 924 4 9, 025,772 2,952,29 36283 7:006:605 91,53 77.6 31. 39.
New England Region:.............1,o31:
1,712 5,21 1, 7 2,349 300 5,7 476 82. 3,1 44:.3 1949 Boston & Maine ..........................19 49 1734 61,722 d 129 d 12.3 ,2 2 6,493 4 8 4,94 1.6
1,757 5,272 1,200 7,72 2,233 222 ,789 993 27.2 36.4 45.5 1942 194 1757 70,237 1,6999,16 29,25 3,36273,72 2,271 72.3
1797 6,360 d 21.3 ,5 11.9 12,270 4,20 963 104 d 41 5.2 34.3 1949 New York, Nw H aven & Hartford ..........1949 1,79 0,260 d17.6 5,223 d 11.4 i4 ,691 43,741117,15 7,529 1.0 30.3 425
1,792 2,332 5,121 14,904 1,423 551 ll, --- 20.4 32.2 40.0 1942 Great Laie Reginn: 1942 1i,19 98,091 56,697 171,392 45,272 1,399 135,370 10,903 79.0 29.1
Great Lakes Region:
794 3,91 d 14.7 187 1.1 4,206 1,407 17 3,463 631 82.3 33.5 43.1 1949 Delaware & Hudson ...................... 1949 794 46,0o3 d 1.1 2,225 d 2.2 49,69 17.74 2,000 41,450 4,049 3.4 35.1 41.
794 4,561 125 4,279 1,223 1582 4,125 560 84.5 37." 41.9 1942 1942 74u 56,256 2,274 66,190 20,537 11,6o 46,514 7,357 77.3 3:.1 3S.2
968 5,073 15.9 0 907 A 8. 6,532 1,634 396 5,057 734 77.4 25.0 45.9 1949 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ........... 1949 969 64,13 d 12. 9,949 d 7. 80,477 24,04 4,571 64,96. 7,17 0. 29.9 45
969 5,969 989 7,559 1,764 316 5,5-5 1,126 73.4 23.3 .4 194 1948 972 73,283 10,793 91,426 24,629 4,264 62,245 11,363 75.3 2.9 43.
2,231 10,687 11.2 646 d 20.7 12,185 3,370 639 9,550 1,267 78.4 27.7 43.3 1949 Erie .................................... 1949 2,230 131,128 15.4 7,576 d 9.1 149,110 47,076 7,325 121,569 10,556 81.5 31.6 42.6
2,229 12,033 814 13,836 3,526 528 10,501 1,625 75.9 25.5 42.7 1942 1942 2,229 154,976 ,337 175,099 47,602 6,931 130,063 20,225 74.3 27.2 40.6
971 3,54 .3 223 d 2.1 4,063 1,159 9 3,123 656 76.9 28.5 43.1 1949 Grand TrunkWestern ..................... 1949 71 41,559 d9.0 2302 .8 46,987 15,900 2,249 9,512 3,26 84.1 33..7
971 3,529 2218 4,o071 ,o1 12 ,3,279 492 20.4 25.5 49.2 194 1948 972 645 9 5 5119 12387 2,1651 16,54 5:342 81.4 31.8
1,252 4,87 39 d 10.4 5,535 1,923 29 4,761 4 86.0 34.7 44.4 1949 Lehigh Valley ........................... 1949 1252 61,11 13.8 ,93 .5 69,181 21,776 3,474 56,574 5,54 .8 31.5 3.7
1,252 5,666 45 6,44 2,399 296 5,01 304 6.9 37.2 43.2 194 194 1:252 71,699 ,3 0,05 20 ,62 3309 63,22 9,201 79,7 29.2 .0
10,77 43,143 11,392 d 27.0 60,94 16,77 3,122 50,177 5,912 82.3 27.7 47.9 1949 New York Central ........................ 1949 10727 500,919 d 10. 122,451 d 10.1 697,304 229,702 392 37, 32295 5.6 32.9 4.
10,75 47509 150 72319 2 2,961 2,410 3,637 86.3 33. 45.7 194 1948 10 5 561361 136168 77961 269,117 341561 67 3 37222 85.6 34.5 4
2,193 10,639 d 8.2 132 d 13.4 11,079 2,581 432 7,143 2,109 64.5 233 34.8 1949 New York, Chicago & St. Loui ........... 1949 2 193 121795d 13. 1 7 d 7.1 1,6 37,o6 4,902 9023 19,163 .8 2.1
2,192 11,593 152 12,051 3,209 371 8421 1,530 9.9 2 36.7 1948 1 928 1 ,723 16,2 39353 4251 96:95Z 25,78 6 2 33.9
221 2,18 A 20.1 90 d 20.0 3,162 1,253 259 2,579 66 81.6 39.6 32.9 1949 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................. 1949 221 34,12 d 1.6 922 1.0 36,767 16,113 2,86 32,997 5,791 43. 37.7
221 3,651 112 3,930 1,774 229 3,34 624 86.1 5.1 33.2 19 194 223 2011 1,197 5:073 17200 2:474 35:0 : 79
2,393 7,61o 5 15 2728 1, 5,791 991 .9 24.6 41.9 1949 Wabash ..................................194 2393 8645 4,72 d 11.2 93,6 26 3,769 73,620 7, 2.7 42.6
2 7610 55 8 8 95,979 252 2.5 17.0 44.o 1948 1948 9 629 5:0 07 362 27 796 o44
Central Eastern Region: 2,99123320 77,13Q 71.2

J9 : 5 9: Li le & h7l2 21*********90******* 4 1942 1049

212 i, 19 1,6 22 470T 20 1,137 755 67.3 27.2 34. 194 1942 213 20,199 214 20,907 5,569 223 12,87 10,362 61.6 26. 31.1
909 1,697 d 19.2 294 d 29.6 2,230 590 155 1,92 222 4.4 26:. 47.3 1949 aChicgo & Ecatern Illinois .............. 1949 21,714 d 15.6 3,436 d 10.1 27,212 2,246 1,372 23,622 1,1S 24.9 31.2 42.6
909 2,115 ,41 2,211 34 i102 2,315 2259 2.3 29. 43.0 1942 1942 909 25,737 3,21 32625 10,174 1,156 26,717 2,217 1.9 31.2 42.0
238 2,916 a 19.7 3573 09 236 2,249 69 62.9 22.7 36.1 1949 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................. 1949 34 374 d 11.2 - 41,21 11,6o 1,396 2333 0 6.4 26.7 34.7
238 3:459 4,070 1,09 112 3,032 462 74.5 27.0 42.2 1948 194 724 46307 9976 1:177 2:35 7:9 61.23
12,569 3,969 1,599 225 3,932 9. 3 40.3 52.9 1942 1942 37,3 833,451 52,671 17,771 2,414 47,529 d90. 33.
1012 49,262 d 17 622 d .7 69,764 25 6 2709 60,832 664 72 36. 45.2 1949 Pennsylvania ............................1949 10,1 619 1 17.149,242 d6 242,2 29545 44,4 7244 37,72 60 34.2 45.4
10,145 59,225 14,917 52,066 27,554 3,235 71,641 3,725 27.3 33.6 47.4 1942 1942 10,111 752,962 160,304 999,923 327,560 413,5232,g46 69,293 23.332.4
1,319 797 d 13.7 6 2 916 517 03 141 932 82. 3.45.7 19 19 Reading .................................1949 1324 96,52 d 7,1497 d6j. ,7 3,7 5903 91,266 93 93. 33 420
5 5,5?010 ,49 9 4 576 2. 41. 19421942 1,342 114,229,031520,b 9506 525 10!,9413 5 726. 6 3
937 2,129 d12.9 11 d 29.9 3,050 929 200 2,354 611 70.6 32.4 32.2 194 Wetern Maryland ........................ 1949 36 3711 14.2134 d 17.2 32,57 13064 2333 2 27, 6,1, S. 3."5 3.4
237 3,543 15 3,713 1,9 317 2,914 5 65.0 22. 31.1 .194281. Pocahontas Region: ,37 19 11,25 91,036 3 6 2,69 62.2 31.9 31.
511 1 9,53 d 11 740 d 3197 6 3 ; 166174 21,400 35 9: 1 94 Chesapeake & Ohio ....................... .194 5,9 251,549 d 12.3 9,652 dl. 1. P7,959 10;40 1 2379 25,N 5 80.1
5 2 ,2,53 517 25,997 2,0 1,727 ,9 1,297 92.37 3 4.3 .5 1942 194 2 072 30,000 11,524339110,91 6,506 253,900 45, 2 75.93.35
1,129 11,621 2d16.7 459 d31.8 12,7610 4,10 8222 9,60 2 6 2,02 72.5 32.3 34 1949 Norfolk & Western......................... 1949 2,129 136,902 d 20.9 5,149,2 142,1947 54,734 9,52 14,o44 20,794 76.6 36.7
2129 13,957 679 1525 4,653 76 10,25 2:,515 09.9 3013 33:.4 1 Sohn 8: 1921!g 2 ,11722961,0999 172,3221 1 5,539 57,24 964 125,204 3509 67.5 3.
526 ,569 d 4.2 1 570 d 19. 11,170 ,,08 41 8,541I 1,12 76.5 27.6 4o.8 1949 Atlanti Co.st Line ..................... 199 ,54 96,1 9.6 17,597 d 11.9 122,992 43,0 4,9 1,22 5,175 2.2 3. 42.
5:562 ,97 1:950 11:24 161 1 i 10,347 70 7.5 35.2 44.4 1948 19 5,570 6:31 1992 136,337 50029 4357 11,2 5,36.
1,215 2,3J5 d 1. 21 2. 2,42 1d L4 2;81,033 11262,733 14 96.0 363 50.5 194 Central of Georgia ...................... 19.4 1,15 29,314 d .1 L2,705 d ll.r 34,266 11,596 1 393 31,730 21 91.0
1215 2,521 22 3,201 9 133 2,7712. 2.1 194 71,215 31,5573,057,37, 11,915 11,562 32,279 2,030 79.0
337 2,759 d 11.3 141 2 19,6 3,101 952 127j1,960 567 63.2 30. 247 2 1949 Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific 1949 337 32,117 4.1.,. 2,073 d 15.6 3 6,10 1,694 1,513 ILL456,25 67.6 32.3 29.2
337 3,101~715 3,530 912 126 2 2,171 72 61.50 25-2 30.3 19492n. 192 337 35,226 2 ,8 923 1,31 1,1 26,23 2,3271 6. 30.6 29.7
S 5, e 47 2 62 2 1 43 5 76.4 194 Gulf Mobile & Ohio ...................... ..19 5 2,901 62,675 1;93 ,305 16. 73 ,03225710 3,966 55,692 7, 73 35.2 32.
2,905 5,795 597 7,015 2,317 316 5,3 626 77.0 33.5 33.7 1942 1942 2,9o0 69,131o6,31, 21052 27,1 3:,773 59,95, 73.2 33.4 32.1
6 ,543 16, 10 d 4.3 2,135 29. 21,701 6 1,099 1,31 2,663 72.5 29.1 3 194 A Illinois Central ........................ 199 6,546 203,743 d 24,003 A 25327 2 86,6 12,912 196 ,200 2,5 77.3 34.2 37
6,552 17,671 3,023 23,272 6,420 1,015 it,:7 3,075 70.5 27.6 3.5 1942 194 6,563 213,73 926,:535262,175O22,949 11,925 202,035 29,770 75.3 332 3.
4,780 1223 14 2 1 5,34 4 12,3 7 3. 325 194 Louisville & Nashville .................... 49 4,76 221 13096 37,273971 64,612 9,491, 3.457 10836 842 34 4
4,759 1217 1,17 5,957 771 14,0 1,505 27 35.4 97 19 19,5 31751 o57 7, 6 ,195 1 4,7 12,23 7 3. 4.9
1049 2,124 d 7. 173 d 19.9 2,653 664 13 1,874 449 70.7 25.0 2.9 1949 N cashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis ...... 1949 104 26,962 1.1 2,07 0 32,07 9,796 1,5493 20,20 3,422 72.6 30.4 4.2.
1,051 2,371 213 2,913 779 10 2,253 297 773. 26.7 43.2 1914 1942 3,51 29,929 2,3 235,522 11,995 1,250 2 1269 2,933 81.3 32.4 41.2
4,146 2,6320 d 1,312 d 14.7 1,252 3,55 472 2,494 1,2 76.1 32.7 38.0 1949 Seaboard Air Line ....................... .194 4 151 9,994 d 7.6 14,94 3 122,94 42,60 5 6 9 49 205 i34. 37
4,153 9 125 15371 11,61 14 475 9 175 94o 79.0 34.5 36.6 1948 1942 :1529107:102 16 095132,695 44,0 5 ,209 1 ,329 135, 72.6 3 32.
16,371 d54 1,442 d 1'6 19,402 5,362 221 13,124 2,943 67.9 27.6 34.7 1949 Southern................................,1949 6 324 172,57 d 13.2 17,961 d14.o 212,772 71,393 10,020 166,439 21,264 72. 3
6:~1i 17,302 1,677 20,76 5,23 75 15,224 2,901 73.3 22.1 39.3 1942 1942 6,566 2 ,07733507,2572 245,01376,235 2,5525 210,6075 29,7174 75.3 31.1 326
reoen9,0f53 a 01,176 .",L. 2Deceas5ordef.ot


* Percent increase com
Includes amortization of Dyfense Projects.


Statement No. M-Is
DECEMBER 1949


ad Decrease or deficit.







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 DECEMBER 1949 AND 194 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER 1949 AND 1948
Operating rsvsnues Operating expenses---------------------I--------- -------------------
Milea Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
of road Freight Passenger Percent Percent Average PerntPre
operated rei PaeDeprela- Net Oper- mainte- trans- miles Freight Passenger Percent- Percent
a close tion in- railway eating nance portation Region, read, and year of road Depreci- Net Oper- malnte- trana-
of month Per- Per- Al eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses operatedAll aton in- railway atng nane portatlon
cent cent Total mainte- ludin ed Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- Per- Per- T tal ante- lauded oper- ratio expenses expe
Amount it Amount nane Innn mount cent ot an pe- ating (per of oper- of opoe-
creae reasn-e columndi revenue revenues in- in- nance ding income cent) atng atng
crease crease column revenues revenues
(a) (b) (o) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n)1 (o) () (q) (r) Me) (t) u) (v) wx z
(Money items in thousands of dollare* Northwestern Region: (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
8,075 $10,799 d7. 1$,734 d 22.1 $14,262 *4,69 $1,103 $12,672 $1,083 88.9 32.9 48.4 1 949 Chicago& North Western.................... 194 ,076 $132,937 d 10.5 $21,250 d15.1 $173,141 $61,267 $11,979 156,929 $2,783 90.6 35.3 .
,076 11,26 2:226 15,06 4,910 1,002 13,540 609 5.7 31.1 47.6 19 19Ch4 ,0S 14,aul5525,7nep3 195,020 65,340aa 1,14 1 5,%7 0,O10 4.9 33.5
1,48 2,503 d14.8 19 73.4 2,737 39 136 1,921 3 70.2 30.72.6 1949 hicag GreatWetern ...................... 1949 49 29 .2 d5032 1, 24
1,500 70 3252 1,09 119 245 2 1.4 33.194194 1,500 372, 672 35,690 9,552 1,32 26,294 3,599 73.7 26.2
10,671 14,805 1666 212.4 390 6676 1,161 16,49 352 3.3 46.3 1949 hicagso, Milwaukee, St. Pal & Pacific ... 1949 10,671 195,729 d 6.2 9,421 10.3 23,021 3,049 13,637 202,112 10,939 64.9 34.9
10,671 16,07 2041 20934 7127 94 1 2, 54 4..5.......................21,254,9 4,303 12452 210,277 155133.1
1,617 2,332 d 202 d 16.9 2,762 670 140 2,24221:.0 24.2. 7.2 1949 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ... 1949 1,617 26,821 26.7 2,3 d10.3 31,791 9,434 1,559 27,356 1,232 96.1 29.7 49.6
1,617 2,525 242 3,059 672 120 2,2994 75.2 22.0 5.5 194'ig1942 1,617 22,617 2,653 34,239 9,929 1,391 28,299 1,960 e2.7 29.0 47.5

564 322 5. 3 12.3 390 1,421 130 1,9 510.3 364.9 131.5 1949 Duluth, Mieabe & Iron ange .............1949 573 33113 17.0 52 57.6 3,94 1,232 1,613 26,437 511 6.0 36.6 29
575 681 3 774 1,341 123 2,604 336.5 173.3 150.2 1942 1942 572 39,293 33 46,602 12,257 1,375 26,953 lo,165 57.6 26.3 29.6
2,31 12,512 d 9.9 946 25.6 14 6,321 241 12,942 224 87.2 42.6 R.6 1949 Great Northern ............................ 1949 ,312 14,062 d 11,6 d 7.6 212,267 75,109 9 ,536 16,952 20,545 763 35 .4
8,33 13,886 1,272 16,5Z 5,14 764 14,063 171 85.0 35.2 1 1942 1942 6,334 126,902 12,650 216,342 71,232 8,260 162,163 27,200 75.0 32.9
3,224 2,i d 16. 97 d 2 28 1,217 116 2,66 103.3 51.0 43 1949 Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie. 193,224 32,042 d 3.8 1,52 d Z. 35,431 13,165 1,464 29,649 1,931 83.7 37.2 0.
3224 2,532 123 26 1,139 119 2:597 90:7 39: 5.3 19428195 3,224 33,31 ,: 52 37,010 13,509 1,370 30,469 2,510 82.3 36.5 40.4
6,9 10196 d 12.1 56 32.4 11,601 4,444 693 10,03 3130 5.4 0.7 1949 Northern Palfic ......................... 19 6, 89 131,154 d 4.4 7,356 d2.1 150,176 5 824,01 125,14 14,01 3.4 38
6,289 11,606 -267 13,672 4,702 632 10,239 1,422 79.3 332.1 1942 194 6,899 137,253 7,510 157,177 541406 7,451 121,622 20,140 77.4 34.6
1,051 2,153 ; 127. 2,0 1,817 16 0.2 36.2i 4 7 1949 Wisconsin Central # ................... 1949 1,051 24,056 d 2.1 578 1.1 26,216 ,19 65 20,965 2,091 0. 31.1 2.4
6 17 3 2 2 2 179 . 194 3 St n 194 1,051 27,352- 572 29,734 7,841 790 21,99 3,953 72.3 26.4 4o.1
131, 1 9 2912 5,06 7.9 33.7 33.3 1949 Atchi o opeka & Santa e. ............. 13,102 91,214 d 47,927 d 10.0 482,754 170,324 21,674 363,135 5,649 75.2 35.3
13,o81 359220 56,092 16,135 1,750 35,060 5,091 76.1 35.0 35.2 1948 1942 13,0214O527,135- 53,244 526,734 171,047 20,286 367,511 62,716 73.6 32.5
,7 4 1, 1 1,447 17,424 5,142 1,22 1,051 1,789 74.9 29.5 3 .2 199 hicago, Burlington & Quiny...............1949 ,767 179,03 d 9. 17,919 ad11. 217,997 74,661 13,055 167,266 19,620 76 34.3 36.2
7, 619 11 635 d 6.1 1,225 d 19.2 14,672 4,343 699 10,919 1,634 14.4 29.6 37.1 1949 Chicago, Rook Iland & Pacific ............1949 7,621 150,251 -d5.5- 21,133 d 9.2 184,657 54,200 2,093 1_5,366 19,635 73.3 29.436
7,631 1262 -- 2,259 16,31 3,910 6 11,161 2,131 66.1 23.9 37.2 1942. 1942 7,645 156,950 23,265 a2.6 197,405 53,717 7,923 143,163 21,892 72.5 27.2 32.2
2 413 4,738 d 2.1 222 d.14.3 5,211 1,497 358 4,204 687 60.7 26.7 36.5 1949 Denver & Rio Grande Western...............1949 2,425 59,435 d 4.9 3,174 5.2 65,669 21,264 3,761 50,03 9 2324 76.9 32.4
2:443 5,155 259 5,794 1,619 263 4,053 817 69.9 27.9 34. 19e4 1942 2,443 62,506 3,017 62,501 19,260 3,25946,1 41 12,156 70.7 26.1 35.
2,142 26,842 4012 d 27.0 32N9 12,404 1,437 28,515 1,o740 7.6 38.1 41.6 1949 Southern Panific Cc........................19409 ,160 346,036 d77 9,d19. 844 5 137,197 15:,M0 336,710 28,Goo 9005 32.6
2,174 29,3444,15 36,257 12,747 961 31,655 1,10 87.9 35.2 45.0 1942 194 2,184 377,150 46,940 452,021 139,992 13, -i' 362,66935,557 79.2 30.5
9,721 .6 2,663 d 24.6 33,375 11,25 1,42 26,638 5,573 86.4 3 .7 44.1 1949 Union Pacific ............................ 1949 9,724 332,655 d 7.524 d 23.5 ,23 136,746 16,435 317,g23 21,701 i79-34.33
9,751 29 3 3,557 36,380 12,1 8 1,504 29,209 2,056 20.3 3 .2 32.7 19428.1948 9,752 359,725 2,369 37,583 133,547 17,003 3211,.3 41,97 73.-34.3
1,195 3,392 14.0 220 25.6 3,690 1,027 265 2,603 671 70.5 29.4 32.4 1949 Western Pacific........................... 1949 1,195 36,240 d 9.9 2,666 45.7 40,992 13,711 1,797 32,539 4,545 79.6 33-. 35.0
1,195 2,966 175 3,232 1,172 133 3,067 d.294 94.9 36.4 38.2 1942 1942 1,195 50,907 1,967 44,038 13,393 1,533 33,191 4,941 75.4 30.4 35.2
Southwestern Region:
1,110 24,132 12.0 176 d 12.4 2;712 121 2,033 563 73.3 33.4 34.2 1949 International Great Northern #............1949 ,1110 25,610 d 9.2 1,860 o d21.2 30,591 10,61, 1,329 25,162 2, 11 62.3 44
22103 2,1 375 73.9 29.5 39.5 1948 19 1,110 22,203 2,361 33,757 10,674 1,110 27,673 2, 63 2.0 31. 44.2
291 2,910, d 97 133 17.7 3:2341 7 3115 1,932 620 52.0 22.0 29.0 1949 Eaneas City Southern......................11949 691 35,297 d 5.3 1,274 10.0O 39746 ,1065 1,234 22,240 0,991 56.o 20.3
3,253 4, d 23.5 410 .8 5,970 1,732 271 4,331 732 72.5 29.0 35.3 1949 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Linese..............1949 3,253 64,640 d 10.6 4,562 75,130 21,529 2,76 i 444 7,604 73.8 29.7 37.1
3,253 6,496 407 7,502 1,912 234 5,254 921 70.0 25.5 36.0 1948 1942 3,253 72,267 4:566 63,293 22,354 2,550 90:,76 9,325 73.1 26.6 39.2
6,969 13,667 511.9 972 --22. 16,426 5,6445 05 1214 ,054 20.2 34.2 47.3 1949 Miseouri Pacific #........... .......1949 7,002l147,234 d 21.6 10,325 d 26.2 173,224 62,335 9,304 142,562 16,202 62.3 36.o 39.9
7,007 15, 1,257 12,791 5,951 755 15,461 1,936 77.0 31.7 39. 2 .194S 1942 7,011 116,264 13,994 221,034 68,071 6,650 166,615 26,575 75.5 30.6 39.2
1,246 4,445 42377 3 ,7I 1,610 240 4,073 511 75.2 29.7 36:6 1949 Texae & Pacific........................... 9 1,654 52,551d0,d 19.0 62,441 19,245 2,670 4,444 6,406 7.6 30.6 32.2
1,854 5,624774 2,141 210 5,51651 61.2 31.7 47 1942 1948 1,854 66,370 5,756 77,991 21,596 2,429 57,934 6,507 75.3 27.7 39.5
4,64 ,6119 14 d 15.6 8,87 3,143 7 7,125 1,076 80.2 35.4 7:6 1949 St. Louis-San Franclsco................... 1949 4,645 92,211 d 4.6 6,496 d212.6 l106,66 36,537 5,959 65,90 10,215 0.7 34.3
4,64 29709 3 ,3:7,661 972 72. 30.7 5 1942 19429 07:429 112,7o6 35,561 5,092 90,431 11,390 80.2 31.6
159 22 2d 26.8 10 d 24.9 1 109 4 291 d2_ 91.5 34.3 42.8 1949 St. Loule-San Francieco & Texas.............1949 159 4,102 9 d7.5 127 d 16.6 4,494 1,061 00 ,212 376 71.5 24.1 40.5
159 325 13 M1 83 4 293 70.2 19.9 43.3 1942 1946 159 4,442 152 -4,377 1,036 49 9,45o 596 71.3 21.5 43.3
1,569 4, 7 d 1.1 0 2d 16.2 4,739 1,105 134 2,976 731 62.8 23.3 32.6 1949 St. Louls Southwestern Linese............. 1949 1,569 57,139 2.6.9 784 d 8.86 60,175 15,300 1,524 36,252 9,66 63.6 25.4 31.6
,569 5,1 97 5,720 1,197 131 3,430 1,090 60.0 20.9 33.4 1948 1948 1,573 61,343 860 64,272 15,360 1,573 36,69O 12,072 60.5 22.3 32.5
4,316 2,279 d.4.3 732 d 20.1 10,269 3,504 371 7,627 1,o16 74.7 34.1 33.6 1949 Texas & New Orleans....................... 1949 4,316 103,052 d 7.0 6,654 da5.4 1 19,074 35,641 3,615 68,053 12,5511 73.9 30.1 36.9
4,316 9,261 915 --0 10,976 3,703 276 6,622 699 21.0 33.7 4 1942 1942 4,316 110,759 10,226 129,381 35,276 3,240 94,541 14,350 73.1 27.3 39.6
Percent increase computed on unite of dollars. # Report of truseeor trustees.


/ Included Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Decrease or deficit.


U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE :1950 0 850175


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