Graphical supplement to monthly reports - 1933

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Material Information

Title:
Graphical supplement to monthly reports - 1933
Physical Description:
v. : ; 28-45 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
Publisher:
U.S. G.P.O.
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Creation Date:
1933
Frequency:
monthly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Railroads -- Freight -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Railroads -- Passenger traffic -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.
General Note:
Description based on: Series 1931, no. 1; title from caption.
Citation/Reference:
Picklist IC1ste33

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18538925
lccn - sn 88029180
sobekcm - AA00000182_00002
Classification:
ddc - 385.0973 fU56g
System ID:
AA00000182:00002

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3 1262 08855 3101


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Series 19,3
No.I
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


A RAILWAYS SINCE 1890. DIVIDENDS DECLARED
I-I Il -I II I II I I I I I I Io0ALL STEAM RAILWAY SINCE 1890.
HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
EATINGG COMPAI_ 5 6

Soo -3 17- =1 TOTAL
00 NOT RECEIVED BY RAILWAYS
"--Z---1 0RECF-IVED BY RAILWAYS*
700 i 97
-70890
1950
1903
...... .. ........... "... 4 04
U 1905










1910





______ _* Dividenas received by railways not dltinguishe0 before 1898.
50







ANALYSIS OF GROSS DIVIDEND OF RAILWAYS, 1950.
/_____D____ ON S- o TOTAL=I 61 ,92--.155.


























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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


ROAD FREIGHT EXPENSES PER
FREIGHT TRAIN-MILE (d),19_7-1931
DOLLARS
1.50


115,1 -- --


1.00
.7S





0 E.D S..D WP.D. ALL D.




RATIO OF SWITCHINGTO ROAD TRAIN
EXPENSES FREIGHT(f), 1927-1951
PER CENT


60
50


UNIT REVENUES, UNIT EXPENSES, AND RELATED ITEMS,
(E.D. = EASTERN DISTRICT S.D. = SOUTHERN DISTRICT
FREIGHT REVENUE PER FREIGHT FREIGHT REVENUE PER REVENUE
GROSS TON-MILE (6), 1927-1931 NET TON-MILE, 1927-1931
MILLS I CENTS


3



IM


E.D. S.D. W.D. ALLD.


RATIO OF SWITCHING TO ROADTRAIN
EXPENSES PA55ENGER(F),1927-1931
PER CENT

10









E.D. S.D. W.D. ALLD.




OPERATING RATIO- FREIGHT SERVICE
1927- 1931
PER CENT



100


,#il 111


OPERATING RATIO- PASSENGER SERVICE
1927-1931
PERCENT (a o(
(b)
(c)
-oo- (d)
(e)
(F)
o (q)


E.D. S.D. W.D. ALL D.


CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
W.D. =WESTERN DISTRICT

PER CENT NONREVENUEOF TOTAL
NET TON-MILES, 19Z7- 1931
PER CENT

IO









E.D. S.D. W.D. ALL D.




FREIGHT SWITCHING EXPENSES PER
TON CARRI ED,1927-1931
CENTS


IS


10

5
0


.D. S.D. WD. ALLD.


BY DISTRICTS, 1927-1931
ALL D. = ALL DISTRICT)
AVERAGE HAUL OF
REVENUE FREIGHT(c),19Z7-1931


. : A


E _0. 5. D. W. D. ALL D.




FREIGHT-TRAIN CAR REPAIRS PER
CAR-M I LE, 1927-1931
CENTS



10







VE.D. S.D. WD. P ALL D.




AVERAGE JOURNEY PER PA55ENQER(q)
1927-1931


MILE
70
60
so
40



10

0


esALL .











E.D. 8.D. W.D. ALL D.


zoo


--NOTE5-

Revenue and nonrevenue loaded car-miles included in ihe divisor.
Revenue and nonrevenue gross ton-miles of loaded cars and contents, empty cars and cabooses, included in A divisor
For ihe individual railway.
Includes F-reiqh proportion of wages, fuel, supplies, and enqinehouse expenses.
See notes(b) ond(d).
Selected accounts oF corresponding expenses.
For I6e individual railway. The increasing proportion oF commutation traoF ic tends to counteract- e Frect oa- ik e loss oF
oiher short haul traFFic onlhe lentlh o- he average journey.
S124272-0 U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1933


Series 1933
No. 2


PASSENGER SERVICE TRAIN REVENUE
PER CAR-MILE, 1927-1931 -
CENTS

40








E.D. S.D. W.D. ALL D.


E.D. D W.D. ALL D.


1 0


FREIGHT EXPENSES PER FREIGHT
GROSS TON-MILE Ib), 1927-1931
MILLS






0- -




E.D. .0. W.D. ALL D.




FREIGHT TRAFFIC EXPENSES PER
TON CARRIED, 1927-1931
CENTS











0 E.D. S.D. W.D. ALLD.




PASSENGER REVENUE
PER PAS5ENGER-MILE, 1927-1931
CENTS___



3






S ED. s. D. W.D. ALLOW.


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


TOTAL AMOUNT OF TAXES PAYABLE BY
GLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN EACH STATE
1951 K 192.1
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
0 B 10 IB tO _5


NEW YORK
ILLINOIS
NEW JERSEY
OHIO
INDIANA
CALIFORNIA
PENNSYLVANIA
U.S.GOVERNMEN1
MICHIGAN
KANSAS
WEST VIRGINIA
TEXAS
IOWA
WISCONSIN
VIRGINIA
WASHINGTON
OKLAHOMA
MONTANA
KENTUCKY
NORTH CAROLING
LOUISIANA
MINNESOTA
MASSACHUSETT
FLORIDA
NEBRASKA
NORTH DAKOTA
COLORADO
MISSOURI
GEORGIA
ALABAMA
MISSISSIPPI
ARIZONA
IDAHO
TENNESSEE
ARKANSAS
SOUTH CAROLINA
OREGON
NEW MEXICO
SOUTH DAKOTA
UTAH
NEVADA
WYOMING
MARYLAND
MAINE
CONNECTICUT
NEW HAMPSHIRE
RHODE ISLAND
VERMONT
DELAWARE
I ST.OF COL.


- Em. mum. urn-


.39.04n


TAXES PER MILE OF LINE,
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS BY STATES
1931 M 92tI
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS
0 I 3 4.
NEW JERSEY .. a.,3,],
DIST. OF COL.. .
RHODE 13LAND
NEW YORK
MASSACHUSETTS
WEST VIRGINIA .. u
OHIO .
INDIANA
ILLINOIS
MARYLAND ..
CALIFORNIA
VIRGINIA
ARIZONA
CONNECTICUT
KENTUCKY
MICHIMAN
WASHINGTON
NORTH CAROLINA
NEVADA
LOUISIANA
IDAHO
PENNSYLVANIA
UTAH
WYOMING
OREGON
MONTANA
OKLAHOMA
WISCONSIN
NEW HAMPSHIRE
SOUTH CAROLINA
NEW MEXICO
COLORADO
KANSAS
MAINE
MISSISSIPPI
TENNESSEE
FLORIDA
NORTH DAKOTA
ALABAMA
IOWA
ARKANSAS
NEBRASKA
GEORGIA
VERMONT
SOUTH DAKOTA
MINNESOTA
DELAWARE
TEXAS
MISSOURI
U.S. OVERNMINT


COMPENSATION TO EMPLOYEES PAID BY CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,1922-1931.


PERCENTAGES REPORTED ON DAILY AND HOURLY BASES
PER CENT OF TOTALCOMPENSATION
100

90
80 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ----..


70




30
50






PAID N DAIlY BASI -

10
O0 -- --- -- -- --- -- --- -- --- --









10 -- -- *--- --- --

O -- -- -- -- -- -


1922 1923 1924


CENTS


1925 1926 1927 192e 19.9


AVERAGE PAY PER HOUR 9F EMPLOYEES
PAID ON HOURLY BASIS
BASED ON TOTAL COMPENSATION AND TOTAL HOURS
PAID FOR, INCLUDINe OVERTIME.


1930 1931


so
e-
S aJN ANDF 61INE









70 R I--
--- ---











5 0 0_V_ _
--" -- =HP T ER .M i





40 1tAA9 E- NAN 1 ?-5 O A A AN_ 1 2 O

40


190 ------2 9..5...--------.---........ .



19Z2 19L3 19E4 1975 19?6 19V7 1928 1989 1930 1931


AVERAGE PAY PER ANNUM

3500OLLA-- -


"000i

_SO0C ______-- --






sool E iAPLOYI ES ON HOURLY BASIC.
I 500 _____ _____ _____


1000 -- -- -


19199P is 1924. 1925 19S6 197 19Sz 19.9s 1930 1931



PAYROLL COST PER CAR-MILE,ALL SERVICES
CENTS




















192E199S. 1934 1925 1926 19V7 1928 1929 1930 1931


CAR-MILES PER PAYROLL HOUR,ALL SERVICES.
NUMBER




















1M22 192.3 19Z4 19Z5 19t 197 1928 1929 190 1931


B


7


6


5


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Series 1933
No.3


I


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3 1262 08855 3127


I


1 4ZTZ-O U. $. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1 $3






INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


PER CENT OF DECREASE IN PASSENGER REVENUE (OTHER THAN
FOR RAILWAYS WITH ANNUAL OPERATING REVENUES


COMMUTATION) 1930 UNDER 19e3,
OFrZ5,OOO,000 OR OVER.


7 ER CENT




40




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II.
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ID


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IL)

<0
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Z oJI tiI


- - - 2


CARLOADS ORIGINATED BY TYPES OF CARS,CLASS I RAILWAYS,1928-1931.
MILLIONS


NUMBER OF CARLOADS.




0NDOLAR HOPPER BOX TANK REFRIGERATOR STOCK POULTRY
198 31 -1931 192--195 11 198-1951 S1-1 51 IE6S-19g31
ER CENT




PER CENT OF TOTAL


10

I S
io

5

0



0
1 0
zo
2.0
30
40
50


COMPILED FROM FREIGHT COMMODITY STATISTICS AFTER ASSIGNING EACH COMMODITY CLASS TO TYPE OF CAR IN WHICH USUALLY LOADED.


i


TOTAL FREIGHT CARS IN SERVICE BY CLASSES, CLA55 I RAILWAYS,1921-1931.
TENS OF THOUSANDS

I 0
75NUMBER OF CARS
50
5-

BOX COAL TANK REFRIGERATOR FLAT STOCK OTHER FRE16HT
ItIel-11 e-I -1SSSI 191-1I31 1s2s 1-131 19t1-1931 Ise1-1931





O ______PER CENT OF TOTAL



BASED ON CLASSIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT IN SERVICE AS REPORTED IN ANNUAL REPORTS.


BITUMINOUS COAL ON CLASS I RAILWAYS, 1921 1951.
4 MILLIONS OF TONS

4300 -- ---





-o _FU R C H A_ __D





1911 19ge-- 19P.3 19E.4 19.5 19.6 1S927 19s8 ISS 1930 1931
14271.0 U .S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1133


Series 1935
No.4


DEPRECIATION CHARGES AND CREDITS, CLASS I RAILWAYS AND CLASS I LESSORS, 13I1.

DEBITS AND CREDITS TO DEPRECIATION RESERVE IN 1931. CHARGES TO OPERATING EXPENSESJ,1931.
CREDITS* DEBITSk* IBRePRICIATriN V IETIREMENTS-*
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
150 135 It0 105 90 75 60 45 30 15 0 O 15 30 45 60 75 90 105 ItO





FREIGHT-TRAIN CARS






STEAM LOCOMOTIVES






ALL OTHER""






PA55ENGER-TRAIN CARS




Resulting largely but not entirely from charges to operating expenses. Does not include depreciation on leased property included in "Other unadjusted o edits.-
For retirement of property on whloh depreciation Is accrued.
*** Retirements for which no depreciation has been accrued.
**** All other equipment and maintenance of way and structure.


a a s -
4 *ILDA sannan 444@


L,


% ta&


.3 13





MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES
MItLLIONS or DOLLARS
1000


00 -





400 --


00 -


219t8 129,9 1930 1931 193t


MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
1400

1200 -

1000 -

800 -- -

600 -- -

400-- -

loo H
O0 -- -- - -



I19sl 18is 1950 1931 19I





AVERAGE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES
THOUSANDS


1300



900 -


00 -

00


2-t8 19t9 1930 1911 13


INCOME,OTMER THAN OPERATING
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
400



300 .-



200 -


0 -



0 1956 195 19S0 1951 19.S.


RENT FOR LEASED ROADS AND
INTEREST DEDUCTIONS
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS


800oo
















00
00 -
191.19M 19M9 1930 13SI 193-





REVENUE TON-MILES
BILLIONS
500


400 -



300 -







100 193-
1930I~f 1931 193Z


FREIGHT LOCOMOTIVE- MILES PASSENGER-TF
MILLIONS BILLIONS
70 ------- 5

600-
4- ...
500 -- -- -

400 3

300 ]



100-

a 0-IF]0 1-
ISt2 1989 1930 1931 1953 1988 1989


Calendar year totals unless otherwise stated.


NET INCOME
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
1000



600._.
600-

400 ..

too ._, .





8osls 1989 1930 1931 1953




REVENUE PASSENGERS CARRIED
MILLIONS
1000


800


600 -


400 -


too -1- 1 --








AVERAGE NUMBER OF FREIGHT
LOCOMOTIVES ON LINE INCLUDING
UNSERVICEABLE AND STORED
THOUSANDS
'3t


24








0 13 19 3
19P.S 19.9 IS30 19"31 1932


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS



CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE PERIOD,19a8-1932.*


REVENUE PASSENGER-MILES
BILLIONS
40



30








I0 -- -- -.-. -- -
to







t -s1 19t9 1930 19351 1981




AVERAGE NUMBER OF FREIGHT CARS
ON LINE
THOUSANDS
2.00


-







700



192t 19 9 1930 1P 91 19*
124272 0 U S GOVERNMENT OPENING OFFICE 1913


Series 1353
No.5


I


TOTAL COST OF COAL AND FUEL OIL
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
1.00 ---------------


300



200 -
too--
O 0 -- - -





1O0
18 ts 1B 1991 1938


:1. ] I




UNIVER ITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08855 3218


INTERSTATE


COMMERCE COMMISSION


BUREAU OF STATISTICS

GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


IC /sfe.3:33S3'


Series 193S
No.6




--,& *3 1262 08855 3226



INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS
Cr I, ii I)
COMPARISON OF NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES AT MIDDLE OF MONTH WITH TOTAL HOURS PAID FOR, BY MONTHS, 1929-1933 (APRIL),
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES (INCLUDING SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES)
(RELATIVE FIGURES : AVERAGE MONTH IN 19e9 = 100)


EXECUTIVES, OFFICIALS AND STAFF ASSISTANTS
PERCENT PERCENT
140 11 ,1 140l
IIIl1111 11111 1111 II l 11 II I 11l 111IIIIII


1930


193-


WAY AND STRUCTURES


140I


to100




100


PROFESSIONAL, CLERICAL AND GENERAL

140 PERCENT PERCENT 140




I o I to




100 1s ----------- 00




o ----------------- < --- =-- s--- ---- ------- o




60 ----------------0-0-- ---------- --a o














or 0
19-9 1950 19S31 L93-



TRANSPORTATION (YARDMA5TRS,5W.TND'RS &MOSTLRS)
PERCENT PERCENT
140 140




i eo -- - - -- - - - it o




100 '- ---- 100




I0 80









40 40



i, t -l l l - - - - - - e


I 92.9


1930


MAINTENANCE OF
PERCENT


PERCENT
140




I to




100

80o






60 ---------

60 -----------

40 ----------






t-o


0


MAINTENANCE OF


PERCENT
140




I tO




--------- 100




so



------ -- 60




------ 40




to




0


Series 1933
No.7


EQUIPMENT AND STOR "-S
PERCENT




I to



















40
.---- --_.-.-----------I --- 140




---- -- ---.----. ------ -...-.- + o














-- -----.---- ------ .----- --- to




- -. - - 0


1932


TOTAL. ALL GROUPS
PERCENT PERCENT
140 140




Ito I O




100 -- -- ---------- ---- -- -------- 100












40 --40-.----- 40





to o




0 S GV0
,i1zs9 o1930 193193g
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1931


S 1 ,!I H11, , i , ,1 1 j , ,11 1 1,, ,


TRANSPORTATION (OTHER THAN TRAIN,ENG. &YARD)
PERCENT PERCENT
140 140




it o I Ito




100 ------------- ------------ 100




80 80-- --- --- 80









40 40




to to




0 01 1.
19Z9 1930 __ 19SI 1931


TRANSPORTATION (TRAIN AND ENGINE SERVICE)
PERCENT PERCENT
140 140




I Ito Ito




100 100
1 00 ,',- .(! >- -- ---- -------- ---- -------- ---- |100




o80 ----------------- ---- so









40 40










ISZ9I 3Z1930 1931 195


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CCCCC~CCCCC


19Z-2


19t9


1930 1931


193


1930


1931
















DISTRIBUTION OF RAILWAY OPERATING REVENUES CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,1922-1932.

50 50





40 40





50 So












to 10


OTHER MATERMALT AND J-4rPM 0M AND0 NET RAILWAY
PAY ROLL UEL AND ISCELLANUS JOINT FACILITY RENTS. OPERATING INCOME
0Y .R 0


192Z i93S


19s2 193Z


2I 9 -1932


I2Ee I36


AVERAGE FREIGHT REVENUE PER TON ORIGINATED FOR SPECIFIED COMMODITY GROUPS,CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, BY QUARTERS.1928-1932*


I19e- 1932


GRAIN AND
GRAIN PRODUCTS
REVENUE PER TON DOLLARS )


7 -- ----- --- --



6 --
















I




(BY4UARTERS)

S19s 19 9s 1-930 1951 19isse


.198e 199 1930 1931 1953


19s8 1999 1930 1931 1932


IS9 I 1919 1930 1 1931 193e


*The average revlaue is for the unxkn n average haul peculiar to each group. The purpose of the diagram 1is to show the degree of stability in the average revenue of eaoh group, not to oopare the revenue per ton of one group with that of another.
* The lorease in this group doubtless reflects the effect of the loss of short hal traffic to trucks. 182231-0 US.GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:1933


..& L., I -Of I C, %.,f *.,f .6 %.p %..'


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


FREIGHT REVENUE AND CARLOADINGS, BY MONTHS, 1929-1933.
(RELATIVE FIGURES : 1923-1925=100).
30 I l II I I T Tl l l I I I I I I I I I l I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 o

110 Ig0
| to ---------i---------------------------o-------- 1


no o10


00 100


90 90



FREIGHT REVENUE -,80

70 70
<- CARLOADI NGS

GO N-O 60
oso



40 40
*Yederal Ieserve Boarzd index of Amerioan Railway Aaeoolation oarloadings adjusted foxr season and number of working day in eaoh month.
Freight revenue eaah month ompared with average for same month in base period, without further adjustment.



0 0
2199 1930 1931 1932 1933


I1TUMINOU5 COAL
REVENUE PER TON (DOLLARS)


FRUITS AND
VEGETABLES (FRESH)
REVENUE rPRTON (DOLLARS)
25 -&
















10--









(BY UART RgS)
190 19-9 19-0 19-1 99?--
IS26 19t9 2930 1931 tast


CATTLE, HOGS,
SHEEP AND GOATS**
REVENUE PER TON DOLLARS)




to
























19P28 19s 19-30 1931 8193


ALL FREIGHT


ANTHRACITE COAL
REVENUE PER TON DOLLARR)
4---




























(BY UARTEs)
-19-a 199 1930 19- 193--
19268 1929 1930 1931 1932


Steris 1933
No.8




3 1262 08855 3242

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


----WASHINGTON WASHINGTON ------- IDAHO --'---- MONTANA-------O----- RTH DAKOTA---- -- MINNESOTA 4--WISCONSIN---- ILLINOIS -








6000------- ----g-- -----, -------------- 1RIg--,---------~--,-----i------,----------------------------H-- A -----l---------------h ---------- r- --------- 00
6000 0600

u m 0 o
5000 000


4 000o =-. __)_ _ooo 4000








.,CALIFORNIA .------ ARIZONA -N-- ------ NEW MEXICO---,<-COLORADO4 KAN5A -----MI5SOURI--.-ILLINOI5--
8 00 000 -------- --- ----- --- ----_----_-------- --- -_ -____----_--------- --- -----------------_-- --------_-------J-_ _




7. 000 ILt-:.-_____ ___cE7000




S000 ______ ___ ____ -- 000

0 0
MILES 5 600 2500 40M 2300 Z200 2100 000 1900 1800 1700 1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 Z300 00 100 0 MILE5
< ATCHISON. TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY.
MILz 600 250 400 2.00a 0 ___!2__
NJ LLN TzEA & ANA EzY


CONDENSED PROFILES
OF
REPRESENTATIVE ROUTES
IN
TRANSCONTINENTAL,
LAKETO GULF
AND
INTERMOUNTAIN TERRITORY


S112231-0 U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFICE : 1U


1ILL. ---INDIANA-*--- OHIO ---- ---- PA. ---*M0.A.-MARYLAND-+ PA, .J.
5000 --- i^ -- I --- --- < -- I --- -- ---- _____--I--* SO

5000 000
4ooo oo, -4000o


3000 le, R,.._.. 3000




MILES 100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 Z0 10 I 0 MILES
_____ BALTIMORE & OHIO R.R. --R&R.


Series 1933
No. 9


E--LA.-- --- MISS SSIPPP---t- TENN.-*I KY.<--- ILLINOIS --
7000 7 000

6000 6000
< r lu
S5000 s 000

S 000 o z C < 40 00
L 4 0 0 1 0 0 I


000 oo000
2000 2000

0 0
MILES 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 MILES
< ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.


---- UTAH ---------- COLORADO
11 000 11000

10000 -- -10000
anna o S ooo
So oo
6000 E J 6000

7000 7000
7 0 4
6000 ---------- ---- 7000

-000 ___--

MILES 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 MILES
< DENVER 8 RIO GRANDE R.R.------




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GRAIN AND GRAIN PRODUCTS
80 li Ill IT l T ll I I T I t l ll IlTI I II Fl I lT lt

70 -- -- --- --- --- --- ---- --- ---- --- --- ---
70--



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40




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CAR5 OF REVENUE FREIGHT LOADED BY GROUPS OF COMMODITIES,1933,1932,AND AVERAGE.19?26-1930.
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PERSONS EMPLOYED IN TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION
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NUMBER OP PERSONS
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STEAM RAILROADS.... ...............--------------------------1.583,067
HIGHWAYS:
TRUCKS AND CABS-----...-----45.......43,148
GARAGES, ETC....------ ------... _45,845
CONSTRUCTION & MAINTNNCE ---1,3571,456
OF STREETS, ETC........-454,823
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TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE--..... ----------------578,602 I I
WATER TRANSPORTATION--...---------------........99,804 H
POSTAL SERVICE....---......--------------------......................--285,936 I
STREET RAILROADS-.....-----------.......................--------.-----.....195,408 I
EXPRESS COMPANIES-.............-------------------.....-....-----.......... 62,239
PIPE LINES..................---------------------------------................................. 25,001
AIR TRANSPORTATION-----------------------.---1189
RADIO BROADCASTING AND TRANSMITTING.....----..... 8,964
OTHER AND NOT SPECIFIED.------------..... ....------..I 1,747
TOTAL....4,438,413


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