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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
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Classification: lcc - HE2708 .I783
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System ID: AA00015604:00114
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BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


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


FOR TEE MONTH OF APRIL 1950 AND 1949 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL 1950 AND 1949
Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
Miles Freight Passenger Percent Percent Average Pernt
oro d Ne Panger t Oper- minte- trans- Region, road, and year m2les Freight Passenger Net\ O- ogS
operated Al, Depreoi- railway sting nance portation of road -- ra-nder-Depreci- rallwa tia canoe portsan
rat d All aton In- oper- ratio expenses expenses operated All atlon in- op- 4 exp e
a sloen e r e- Total mainte- ateluded Total eating (per- of oper- o ope- Par- Per- Totl ainte- eluded Tt ato
of onth Amount cent Amount cent Amount celdd0oofplannt Amount cent nanoe in pre-
inAmountAmo- ano in pro- income cent) ating ting Amount nt Aidmount T oan ning- i nn
orease crease ceding revenues revenues res r ,seo revenues
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(a) (b) f(o (d) () () () (h) (1) (J) () (1) (I) (n) (ol (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (xl (y)I ,)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
204103 556,685 d 58,:033 d 11.9 #663,741 $223,79 $33,966 $52 116 $55,307 79.4 3.7 39.2 19o Ttal--Rads listed herein .................... 1950 20200 2,083,9 5. 36,600 d 13.2 $2107 11,162 35,372 d2,04 ,O 65699 1 3
2o4,43 573,71 65,537 695,214 237,992 32,207 55Z:O14 58,387 80.0 3.2 39.1 19 N l 19 204,440 2,212,191 272,66 2,691 909,521 1S,o96 2,21 175,927 82:3 33. 4:
1,71] 5,100 )&l 2132 III 5,368 51. . So3l 1 J:50 BNew England Region:



918 : : 1 1: : E ari e odson . ......................n. 1 0 ,
711 5100 10. 41 d 103 6 132 29 536 351 2.2 32.7 3oston & Mne..........................19 712 0,083 d 6.7581 d 13.9 26 ,0 s,477 1,195 21,7733. 3
1757 5720 93 7 2 198 289 5 12 15 77.5 33 1 .....757 21522 15............. 28 8,838 1,139 22,72 1 809 3
1,795 7,009 d 6.3 3,629 d.7 1,608 3,483 593 9,120 8 78.6 30o0 4.1.5 1950 New York, New Raven & Hartford..........19 1,796 27671 514695 d 92 46 1,286 2,372 36729 3,55 79.2 2 30
1,799 7,481 3,931 12,691 3,633 562 9,735 1,06 76:7 28.6 40.2 19490 1 ,Great2LakesRegion-. 1 ,796 2332 16,189 50,.0174500 2,235 4,227 3,7 9.2.8.
79 77 144 d6.9 4306 434 363 1.2 32.6 423.7 190 Delaware & Hudson....................... 195 794 15,174 d 5.1 60 d 14.1 16,20 44 07 13,215 1,4 02 1.5 33. 4
794 4152 155 4,418 1,625 1 5 3,7 332 82.3 36.8 39.1949 1949 794 15,981 701 17,114 6,214652 1,331 1,193 83.7 3
966 5,226 d.7 .4 6,514 1,866 44 5,102 726 78.3 28.6 190 Delaware, Lackawanna & Weste 19 ...50110......... 60 d d 28
969 3718 2.80327 43.671Larana West rn1..... o 11,362 d 13.8 3, d ,70 7,70 o1 ,o9,63 29 83.5 30.0 33.0
5,77,101 2,322 3 5,879 561 27 199 199 969 21,:58 3,274 27,204 8,617 1:479 22,722 1:964 83.5 31.7 6.2
23 11,13 1241 40 624 4 1,46 756 27.4 4 9 19 0 Erie ....................................190 2,231628 215 d 10.0 47 13110 2,505967 ,75 77
i2230 11,16 6 03 12,614 4 256 605 10,23 4 82.6 33,7 41.3 1949199 2,230 44,920 2,398:50 15,551 2,382 40,752 3,906 0. 39 4
971 426 22.6 166 d 2.9 4718 1,35 191 36 285 o 190 Grand Trunk Western ...................... 190 971 1976 10.1 168 5,157 13 58 1,911 79.59
1,251 15 d 8.7 308 d .0 ,467 1,553 225 4 2 813 76.0 2.4 41 1 190 Lehigh Valley ........................... 19 1,252491 d_ 111 d ___697 16770 1,6 1.2 .
1,252 5:3823 6,010 61,57 292 4:7IJ 695 78.9.30.97 1949 1949 1,252 20,845 1,353 23,343 7,o05 1,168 19,076 2,00O 21.7 30.2 4.8
10 ,734 ,76 d.3. 59 19 19 312 506 2,4 5 32:? 463 19o Nw York Central..... ................... O 10,734 35,06 6 223,659 76,447 12,410 198,988 1,483 88.9 34.2




2393 096 11.2 311 7 264 226 34 6,207 6 28.7 42. I 0 Wab ash .................................. 0 2,393 2785 89 1,3031278 582 1352 24237 2470 774
S35CentralEasternRgion:, 21,608 1,522 29,191 8, ,6 1,197 24,231 1,i510, 3. 30.
6202 29 ,52 d 1.5 1597 d 8.7 32,0795 10,07 1,369 2 3,28 79 .1 32.0 45.B 1950 Naltore & Ohio ........................ 1950 6,202 101,070 d6 8 6 6 263 21 1 1 37,527 5,4s 3 94,394 ,802 3.2 3. 43.
6,202 30,042 1,75013,576 10,477 11,350 ,3363 78.2 31.2 40.7 1949 1949 6,202,19 1,614 7,0841a38,t,30 5,417 99,452 11,990 90.0 31.

i ,0 931 2g 73 9 J.o 4 d 291.9 .328 7518 190o Pt Central aoe Ere sey...............1 9,9020 d 70 1, 26 d 8 1 114,5 : 580 10,653 d 1,0 92.2 3 .
89.3 30. 513 19194913950
22 1 2 3.2 9 d 6 1 3,55 456 g 5802 7 4 2.30.1 Central R ....................... 92,4 18 1 d 4 9 ,516 76 13 91, 9 ',s -. 3:. 43 O
212 1, 68 13 1,524 433 74 953 76 62.5 28. 29.9 19291,2 1o6Z 7o 3561 5 2937 02 2,808 6s 31.6 3
886 1772 186 d 336 2203 6 110 ,7 9 79.5 29.0 4 9 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .............19O 901 00 d 9.0 86 d 29 5 9 2
909 1,6 21. 305 114 2,142 d 92.9 376 44.2g 190 9 en9 09l771,237989 3
23 3,;18 3.3 -;42 70;108 2,166 85 50,9 16.5 30.6 19 0 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .................. 190 238 12,415 d 9 -. 5181 2,903 432 8,8 2,907 55.7 19
914 0 94 88 15 2,359 2 21.7 324 19 9 1949 238 13,690 -,o 1,277 3, 362 455 I9,I4 2891 58.0 20.1 4
362 1;07 d 8.1 2,692 d 44 4 l963 1,265 :89 3 04 16 5 6.4 31.9 51.266 L..........1 d 9.1 99 d 91 4 5,191 757 13,800 d 190
2 351 ,5 0 L on lando ....................... .. 0414 99 d 94, d 1
10,118 56,875 d 4.5 11,493 d. 74,508 27,220 3,476 62,86 0 5066 83.6 36.5 41.8 1950 Pennsylvania.............................19 0 l0,1.8 199,850 d 12.5 46,7 d 12.1 269,828 92,586 i4 095 230,609 13,146 8

S 8;4 6 51 2,9 7, 1,238 74.6 31.0 393 19 Reading ................................. 1 1o ,o | 10. 109056 d 2351,461 11 ,o .4 81 ,12
S ,9 10074 3,53 487 7910 1,091 78.5 35.1 389 19 9 1949 91 21 75,599 ,686 9,381 14,31 1,950 32,282 3,76--
837_3,291 .4 7 d 31.5 3,415 1,140 2o06 2,368 719 69.3 33.4 29.7 1950 Western Maryland........................1950 830 11,036 d 240o 26 d033.7 11,577 34 805 8,530 2,039 73.7 335 33.
837 3,634' 10 3,931 1,245 189 2,602 735 67.9 32.5 29.7 199o cn Region:d 194 9M 14,514 40 15,205 4,859 739 10,265 2,898 67.5 32
5,118 214 d, 54 591 d 25.3 27,014 8,153 1,61 18,167 4,00o 67.3 30.2 31.6 100 Chesapeake & Ohio........................1 53366 d0,2o15,39.912,327
5,104 2b973 7912 28,974 8,952 1:55 19,767 5 68.2 30.9 31.4 199 4919 5 099 9320,014 d 34.9 :,7 322,53 ,576 16 6,75 10,693,749' 3:7 34.6
2,129 13,577 d 10.5 322 d 323 14,3852 4,755 83899756 3,044 67.8 33.1 25o 1950 rolk & Western........................10 i_02,129 447_0 d 14.3 1,312 d374 79,858 9 ,6 3 3306,7609 6,32 6
2,129 15 1,16672 16,33 5,370 781 10,807 3,377,6 .2 32.9 2298:1 1.5Sou 9 49ern Regidn419.321:215d31 .70, 298 17,844 35,17. 2 87 6,8332 76.7347.3 33.1
5526 a 8,752 d 6 1,4 3 d 10.5 11,113 3,655 499 8,822 3 1 2. Southern5.3.3:187 Redion:. . .
5,562 8,801 1,64 11,292 3,852 399 9,c3C 4 8t93 in 195o Wteant Coaslned....................... 1950 4:654 73 d 12.8 41,318 1,715 3 '1,347 77. 31
5:62 3,80. lO 1,292 1,952 1399 ,91435 6 34 1 492.1 9 99199 5,5,o36,603 8182 4 1188 14,1.878 1:53 37,783 4,358 78.4 30.5 3.
1,815 2,60o0o 32 5 10.8 3,o62 986 116 2,698 76 88.1 32.2 46.6 190 Central or Georgia........................ 190 1:815 1083,1.57 d 14,15 12,136 3,998 463 10,670 312 87.9 32.9
1,815 2,520 79 3,:037 972 131 2,:709 8 89.2 32.0 47.5 1992194 115,00:13,oo23,12,O214 3,892 525 10,897 293 89.2 31.9
337 3,078 1.5 178 d 26.7 3,412 950 130 2,170 644 63.6 27.8 30.6 1950 Cinoincati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific 19506.333 11,354 1.2 779 d 2.5 12,180 3,705509 8,316 2,279 651 2 3
2,901 5,116 d1.9 355 64 5,903 2,051 343 4,436 594 7R2 34.7 31.9 1950 Gulf Mobile & Ohio........................1950 2,901 19,949 d75 .7 1,349 d.16.5 20 99 202 1,373 17,7992,075 77.1 3
2,901 5,214 63058 2,240 3 14 ,642 5, 766 37.0 31.7 1991949 2,901 21,16 1,793 26,598 8697 1,27 19,003 2,216 77.1 35.3 33.2
6,543 17,395 3.4 1660 d I1.9 21,319 6,9893 1,14 16,282 2,119 76.4 32.8231:4 1950 Illinois Central.........................1950 6,543 67,581d6.o7 6,528 d 1 4,2,247 26,410 4,41 63,091 8,313 76.7 321. 3.
6,552 16,221, 211, 7 7,6 1051 16,716 1,o96 7Z8.8 35.9 36.4 1949 1949 6,552 7 6803 8,a0004 84632 821,438 4,52 65,899 8,150 77.9 336
4,779 13,813 2.3 927 19.5 15,618 5 ,475 8 12,779 1,4437 8.8 3.1 41.1 1950 Louisville & Nashville.....................1950 14,779 51,0473 d,690 d 22.0 28,69 ,21,401 3,9 49,3 4,88 84.1 3.5 4
,67 5716 767 13,119 1,216 1. 3. 417. 1949 1949 4 4772 5 ,112 4,762,68 ,22849 3 1520,639 546 894.0 36.3
1,049 2,388 1. 133 d24.3 2,793 921 152 2,174 35 7.8 33.0 37. 1950 Nashville, Chattanooga & .t. Louisf.. 1950 1i,049 9131 d.9544. d 10,738 3,24a 58 8,103 1,235 75.5 30.2 37.6
1,051 2,441 13,98 82 11 2,212 4 7 6.35 30.1735. 9.o 1949 1949 1.059,214 770 11,021 4 73,5 8,602 ,135 78.1 28.5 41.4
4,9146 93,32 1.9 1,251 d 13.1 11,400 3 746 4 8,524 1,345 74.8 32.9 34.9 :1950 Seaboard Air Line........................1950 24,146 36,684 d 5,68 d 13.66o,5 10 1,922 34,644 4,977 76.0 33.1 35.6
4,153 9,162 1,439 11,306 3,908 487 9,031 977 79.9 34.6 37.7 1949 1949 4,153 36,842 6,5814463015,848 1,902 37,167 14,11 79.:7 34 38.
6:,37 1,92 12 1 ,224: 19.0 18,357 5,885 1o5 13,690 2:196 6 32.1 36.6 1. ......................... 5 6,347 62,25 .6 5,20 d 172,640 23,161 30 8 7 31.9 36.6
1 1,512 18,475 63 14,177 18 7,4 33.6 386 99 1949 6,o411 6,835 5,5 73, 21 3,1 3185 58,737, ,400 801 534 39.
Percent Increase computed on units of dollars. 4_-_._'


Includes amortization of Defense Projects.


F Report of trustee or trustees,
a/ 1949 Figures include Wheeling & Lake Erie.
- Decrease or defloit.


Statement No. M-150
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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 APRIL 1950 AND 1949 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL 1950 AND 1949
Mles Operatingrevenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses
M0le Percent Percent Average
of road Freight Paseenger Prct A ePercent-Percent
operated DepreFia- Net Oper- mainte- traen- miles Freight Passenger Net Ope- ercent- Percnt
fo roadataalway ati tngi n sannportaion Region, eroa, and year of roDepreol- railway tng Oper- ainte- tran
at close A tlonin- oper- ratio expenses expenses operated atlon In- tng anc port
at cose eAllntin idrated All ellen in- oper- ratio expenses expenses
of nth Per- pce- Total inte- eluded Total ating (per- of oper- of oper- Per- Per- -Total ante- eluded Total ating (per- of oper- of oper-
Amount ce out cen nanoes in income cent) ating atng Amount cent AMount ent anoe In pre- income cent) ating tn
in-r 0 reain- ceding, revenues revenues in- in- oedingrce ngesting
crease crease column crease crease column revenues revenues
Ia) (C) c) (d) Ce) Cf) (h) I ).( J Lk) iIl(nX Cn) (0o ) () (a) (r) (s) Ct) (u v sw [AL iu. C .j
(Money items in thousands of dollars). Northern Re(Money items In thousands of dollars)-
001 $10,838 .4 $1,373 d 8.9 $13,704 $5,366 *1,060 $12,04 d$4 93.4 2 47.0 1950 orthw r& North Westerngion:.8,056 *40,s49 d 3,0 5,66 d3110 *2,393 $19,54544244 $49,349d94.2 37.
,076 10,799 1,507 13,72 5,20 987 13:7o3 99 :4 49.3 199 .19491 8, 076 o42,o112 6,77 5,36 92,09 3868 55,061 101 .3 4 5.7
1 2,3 5.4 1 5 26506 1 135 1,076 79. 3.5 31.9 18 9 C ao GreatWestrn ....................195 ,o 9972 1.2 66 57, O,603 3,367 46 7, 73 1,172 70.5 31.7 :4
1,5 00 ,317 37 2556 1 125 2,021 159 798.1 4 .5 37.1 499 1949 1,500 9,851 157 10,691 3,10 8 9 ,125 51 76.1 29.1


10^ 671^ ^ ; 1. gq |.4 i.^ Mi94^ 4^^ ^ Mneplw. taule, S. Pault 3te acii. 72 ^|4 ^d^^ 3 ,225 4^ 727 33^ 3.j.4 49:
O:6 14 1, 19.3 s 407 6,:27 11 1,53 1,015 856 33.9 4.7 Chicago, Milwaukee, t... 0Paul & Pacific10,671 8 57 721 -4. 9 70,334 24,223 32 90.0
S1,336 18,215 7,0 29 1, 0 1 s77 90.5 38.6 447 19M 9i .671.... 679 5654s 75,1d6 37,37683 d 417 91.0 36.5 47,
1,617 1,719 5.5 1521 iA42 2,311 7 133 2o,54 d2 8988 331.8 5050 1945 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapoli & Onaha 19150 ,1:617 7,:Z34 d5.67162 0d 137 927 208,4a8ds513 9:21629.8 55.0
1,617 1,876 1t6 2,238 8M3 128 2,210 98 9g.8 38.5 52:6 1949 199 1,617 8, 5 718 9,869 3,35 50316 9,368 U' 9 949 33.9 53|9
69 524 d 4 2 10.0 593 961 127 1, 548 4 261.0 161.9 .6 1959 ODuluth, Misoabe & Iron angel ...............19450 63 2, d7 10 6 2o3.66 d 26,390 16 6 5,2 1 07.0 1
75 4,530 2 5,279 1,071 121 2,530 47.9 20.3 2.3 ;.1950. 19950577. 0614,2o67 76 7: 1




i't^ i'1' 1 .1 ,5 ,4 3 ,4 5 7 2 3 56 195 D ne i rneWetr9.. ... .. 1950 575l 16,732 a1 7 .2 8 22 6 05 1 35174 17 72 797o 9:3 T 113.6-
8316 1145 d 2-4 6 74 d 15.6 13,170 6,679 850 13,0959 1,5 9.4 50.7 46 1950 Great Northern...........................1950 8,316 45,193 d 11.5 2,87 d 13.7 52,024 24,393 3,355 51,823 4d 566 9 467
8,318 15,196 216 17,56 6,582 75 13,77795 2, 89.5 37.5 35.6 1949 1949 8,318 106 7 33 91244 0 5; I 90 4 431:
96 51o673,333 59,01o 2,1 7 3,063 53,478 Tr g3.41o1
3,224 2,172 d 13.2 6 d 19.2 8 11,072 131 2,317 d 1 97.9 45.3 456 1950 Minneapolis, St. Paul, Sault Ste. Marile 1950 03,224 80,460 d 19 187 ,1 6 2 9, 6 9 0 7
3,227 2,50 275 374 921 10 24,52 8C.1 33.5 3 199 199 9:224 8:,596 3 9:,487 4,179 479 9,541 10,lO6 4 ,0 49:6
6,889 ,466 8 12.1 398 d lO,6, 10,668 4,357 683 9,55 4oo 9,5 40.8 41 0 19,0 MorthernPacifis 190 6,989 34,643 d 10.3 1,6o45d124.5 3958 1707 2.6 9 d 2.537
6,9 0,773 12 153 5,70 66 ,2 4o 5 44. 3. 195 tern ao ......................... 1950 6,889 38,6"3 02126O3 3 179 4651 6 5 2 4 1
6:s i: 75 : 56 0 3 s~ 8.8 7 7:4,33 2 19,4. 113,611
12195 3,253 2,17 706 914 09 125 73.4 30. 31.3 1 19, 18604
1,051 2,03 d 4 16 38 5 2,31 72 1 7 1398 66 79 .5 32. 40.6 1950 Wisconsin Central # ........................ 1950 1,051 7,767 5.95 1 3 4 8 ,290 252 305 6,643 528 80, 7
11 2,13 15 23 7 1 2 170 81.3 29. 45. 1949 49 1,051 8,217 147 820 2 56 269 7,169 565 813 29. 4
5 302 9. 199 1949 551 1 32 ,:1 4:
Central Western Region:
13,73 30 ,32 d 2 3o 353 135,169 1942 27,861 3,984 76.6 3. 33.3 1950 Atchislon, Topeka & Sante aea/0........... 1950 3,075 19,275 12,395 d 20.9 i44 ,51 50,203 7,713 107,766 18,011 74 6 34 8 32.
13,103 30,912 322 35,180 15,350 17 31,510 2d 922 3 34.8 1949 1949 3,103 123,933 15,66 153621 57,407 7,080 123,:77 13,750 8:01 37:4 35.7
8851 140o4 .7 1,231 dj6.s 16,997 5,75 93 12,82 1499 71950L3: 36.5 4,740 gonoc 4881cigi
8,14 I 01 4.7 1,321 I 6 1,442 5,'03 1 9, 12,92 7,3 76.8 3.7 36.5 1950 Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy ................. 19 962 55,617 d 2.75 7 .95 66677 19 ,053 ,02 49 ,15 73.2 2 6 38,1
04 13,411 913 16, 6 ,8 14,353 87. 3 39.1 199 1949 8714 57,1063 5,1; 6s8634 23,307 ,234 54,546 4575 79.5 34, 38,7
7 619 12,413 1.6 1,331 41a 14,8 8 4,02 706 10,542 1,7 7 71,1 27.2 36.4 1950 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ............ 1950 7,619 46 857 .0 5,624 d 2o 56,688 16,106 2816 42551 5,129 75.1 28.4 3.7
7620 12,212 1586 14,9 4 ,397 921 1,8 735 29:6 36.4 19 49 194 7,625 47:312 7,079 5, 676 16,277 2,574 4, 5,172 4 2177 39.
2,413 4446 d 5,8 210 d 19.6 4,858 1,642 332 ,749 257 77, 2 33,8 30,6 1950 Denver & Rio Grands Western................ 1550 2,!143 16,732 d 17.9 772 d 22. 1 81,252 605 135 4,7 192 7.932 3
2,40 4,718 2602 5,201 1,859 297 :,105 78.9 35.7 3 .8 19 9 196,22 0394 93 1,171 16,l59 3,009 75.1 30.7 3
-, 1949 2,442 20,381 991o 22,454. 6,89 o ... e ~ad.wes ...........14,574, 1,920 79,91, 33,25 38,31 57 19 79. .
813 28139 ,6 3265 11,79 1565 25,53 1,95 79.5 33. 384 19 0 southern Pacifico 1900 T 1 9 10R 1085 2 , 550 6,34g 102,4691 2.7
0171 28, 63,1M 33,950 11,331 1,21 27, 5 2,265 81.0 33. 39:68,172 ;3513,295 129,102 ,805 560ic 1 Sg95.82,713.1 4



1;J6 1106 2 222 1 i d5 26 iu 1 IM 241 s 3619+9 ...o Ge N # ............. 19 0 ;|J 1'M 110 9| 0 7 3.9 W d63 0 355.2 6.17. 320
2844 1 6 :199194 1089 06,75,000 0, 1 3 4 -8 98 8.47
9,719 25,822 2,092 48 1 30,389 11,280 ,56624 ,719 993 1.43 37.1 35.6 1950 Union PaCifi.o............................1950 9,720 101,375 5.3 859 22. 119,821 0,196 6,04o 94,67 5,7640 79.0 33.5 370
9,727 2,803 2,36730,854 11,681 1,o40 4 24:7 1,181 8C0 l 35.9 35.7 1949 1949 9,727 962 28 8,765 115,331 43,68 6,091 103,035 56 89.3 7.9 42
1,195 3,04167 d 2d 6 216 81. 2 3,475'7 1,1o2590 7173 2612 i65 9 34o2 31.3 19H50 wes ter Pacific..........................1950 1,1 31295 121,063 .1 77 d 13. 13,101 4,40 6 10,

1,15 ,23 133,75 1,02 13 c6 6 5539 71 314.8,0 31.3 14 99 115 1158871,8 ,34 542 10,798 2,154,75.33.98 38,
Southwestern Region:
1,110 2,22 1.,8 15 4 2,602 93 122 2,128 c+l 8,1. 36,1 : 1950 International Great Nortern # ........... 1950 1,110 9,007 3.9 613 d.1 63l 15 o .1" 9 110 <7 6 .3 10, 0597 ;73,623 487 8,65 1,8 7.34279
88911 2,o ,581 1 d i4 038,351 ,903 6o636 O 114 1,s 1754 6 599 6o.4 21 o. .9 31.7 295 1940 95 Kansas City Southern ....................... 991950 891 91 12, ,350 d 3593 1,1~ 12,669 2,580 457 7,121 ,80 5c 2,4 95

3,253 5,11 3495,985 1,919 231 4158 520 76,6 32,1 36,9 199 1949 q 3,253 21,951 1,459 25,214 7,443 907 19,474 1,971 77,2 29.5 39!
6,966 13,647 d8.13 783 d 13.6 148954 5,307 799 1c,6oo 1,603 79:Z 33, 40,0 1940 Missouri Pacific # ......................1950 6,968 54,174 d 5.5, 3,204A819.5 63,032 20,731 3,208 49,Z58 6,397 79.3 32,9 40,
7,004 13,3 3. 16,176 5,562 766 12,679 1,71 784 3Y 37. 19M9 1949 7,0 57,321 '39, 51 36 5,482 7,115: 75 32, 47.3
1,846 4,426 2.2 31 19,9 5,206 i,66o 231 3,59 568 7R9 31.9 35.9 19 Texas & Pacific...........................1950 1,846 17,916 d81,0 1,15 d22.2,20,844 6,489 937 15,639 2,392 75.0 31,1 3
1:854 4,332 011 16 217 3945 516 75 285 39.1 1949 1949 1,854 18,100 1,690:a9 6,219 9 16,6 9 2,151 78, 29 40,
4,637 7,554 3.3 372 d23,6 8,0 2,904 534 6,737 859 79.2 34 1 9. 1950 St. Louis-can Fransiso.....................1950 4,64 30,097 1,9 1,701 d 26.4 34,143 '11758 2,112 27,306 3,372 80,0 34.4 3
5477,131057291965.95 1 3.s o:
4,645 7,314 87,2 ,10 80 7,81 521 8,5 36,8s 42,11 9491949 46 2,2323233444 11,943 1,884 28,995 2,491 84,4 348 21
1593 3 8 17.3 8 c4. 5 8 74 4 239 74 .685 21.4 5. 194 St. Louis-San Francisco & Texas159.1,1.............5 9d15.58d.19.856 320 1960 49 76.4 25.5 43,0
159531Z614 8 1922921 9.7 1949 199 159 1,357 481,479 331 17 1,090 137 73.7 22.3 41
1,569 45,335 5.2 43 d28.8 4,56 1,53 139 3,,31 51 72 34.7 31.3 1950 St. Louis Southwestern Linesa..............195 1,569 1 7,56 d lo.4 150 d35,3 18,387 5,327 551 12,377 2755 67,3 29.0 31.
1,56954,572 6o4,6 1,335 131 3,412 1673 67,5 27,8 3194 1569 19,51 232 20,46 5,159 526 13,19 3,398 6 25,2 33
4,31662,8L819.5M 9,065' 2,901 30 7,87:5 613 78.2 32,0 38Texas&New Orleans .......................19 :316 3 3, 7
,316 7 677,9, 293.91 36817,09546513 776. 32, 9 0 Texas 1949 4,316 31,3307 4 1 2,92 1_A 38,655 1 o1,8 i,616 29,868
199133: 70_9 _17 9 21,315 7.731 3
4316 779 C. 1i 312 ,03 33 ,o2 1 ,1 312 5.
01 9 N,9 ,9 1 2 1 1, 1 4 6 q 2 9 s 11 .
713 19qZO3,193 77.2 30.6 35.


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


# Report of trustee or trustees,
/Includes Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe; and Panhandle & Santa Fe,
Decrease or deficit.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE :1950 O0 850175


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