Graphical supplement to monthly reports - 1937

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Title:
Graphical supplement to monthly reports - 1937
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:
1937
Frequency:
monthly
regular

Subjects

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Full Text


IC \kte3. 351


PERCENT OF TOTAL

UNITED STATES
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35


POCAHONTA5 REGION
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 70 75
Bituminous coal and coke I I I
mnonufoctureand mlselloneolrns -=
L.C.L. Freiqht, all
Iron and steel products
Bu Idlnq materials
Lumber, shinqles and lolth
Petroleum products
Pmrducts ofmines no.s
Produclds ofaricufture, n.o.s.
Vehicles and ports
Forest products, n.o.s
Fresh fruits
Fresh veqetoles
animal products, n.o.
crave, and and stone
Grain i
.aOss bottles
Fertilrzers
Furniture
Flour and olhercereal products
Conned food products
Fresh meats anddressedpoultryi
Sugar, tablesirupsondedinbe moilae
Newsprint paper
Ores an concentrate
Livestock, live poultry, etc.
Iron ore
Beverages
Cotton cah and baqqinq
Cotton
nthracite cool
metal products, n.o.a
. aiurairplementsandpartn
Veqetable olsa


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



3 1262 08855 4190


SOUTHERN REGION
0 5 10 I5 0o 25 30 35 40
Bituminous coal and coke I
L.C.L.frelhn', 011a
manufactures and mcellaneouqnn
Lumber, shinqles and lath
Petroleum products
Fresh fruits
iron and steel products
Products of aqriculture,n.o.s.
Suildinq materials
Forest products, n.o.s.
Products of mines, n.o.s.
Fresh vegetables
Vehicles and parts
Cotton
Grovelsand and stone
Fertilizers
Grain
Animal products, n.o.s -
Flour and other cereal products "1
Fresh meats and dressed poultr
Livestock live poultrqetc. e
5ugar,taie sirups and cdblemors
Cotton cloth and baqqing
Vegetable oils
Canned food products
Beverages
Furniture
ores and concentrates
Glass battles
newsprint paper
Iron ore
aqrcultur imlements
eto pruc, n.o.s.
anthracite coal


Series 1937
No. I


INTERSTATE OOMM ERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS




GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS

FREIGHT REVENUE DERIVED FROM VARIOUS COMMODITY GROUPS, CLASS

EASTERN DISTRICT
401 0 5 10 15 0 EO 5 30 35 40


-= L~ I ..1 = E I -


Note: For the purpose of these diagrams, the 157 classes of commodities for which tonnaqe is reqularlq reported hove been combined in 54 qroups. N.O5. means not otherwise specified inihis list.


108385-0 U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : i37


Bituminous coal and coke
manufactures and miscellaneousrna
L.L.frelqht, all
Iron and steel products
Petroleum products
Lumber, shines and loth
Vehicles and parts
Fresh fruits
Bulldinr materials
anthracTte coal
Grain
Fresh vegetables
Products of mines, n.o.&.
Products of agriculture, nro.s.
Iron ore
Forest products, n.o.s.
Livestock llve poultrl,etc:
Onimal products n.o.s.
Gravel, sand and stone
Fresh meats and dressed poultry
Canned food products
Flourand other cereal products
uqar; table sirups and edible molasses
Beveraqes
Newsprint paper
Cotton
Fertilizerse
Ores and concentrates, n.o.a
metal products n.o.s.
Glass bottles
Furniture
Vqetable oils
aqrlcultural Implements and partsno
Cotton clothand baqqinq


Bituminous coal and coke
manufactures and miscellaneous. n
Iron and steel products
Onthracite coal
L.CL.f reqht all
Petroleum products
Vehicles and parts
Building materials
Products of mines, n.o.s
Iron ore
Fresh vegetables
Fresh meats and dressed poultrr
Products of agriculture n .s
Lumber; shingles and lath
animal products, n.o..
Grain
Fresh fruits
Gravel, sand and stone
newsprint paper
Forest products n.o.s.
Flour and othrcereal products
Livestock, live poultru,.etc
Conned food products
Beverages
Glass bi rles
Fertilizers
5uqa table sirups nd edible mduse
metal products, n.o.s.
Ores and concentrates
Furniture
Veqetoble' oils
Cotton cloth and baqqinq
Cotton
agricultural implements and pas,n.o.


Biumnors cool and coke
t.C.L.frelqhtfall
manufac res and miscllaneous no.
Lumber eand lonth
Psfrolebm pr
Iron d see product


Product of mines, n.os
Forest pduct n.o.
Fresh vqetabes
Vehicles and ports
ftvel, sand and stone
Cotton
Fertilizers
Grain
Animal products,no.s
Flour and other cereal products
Fresh meats and dressed poult~
Livestock, live poultrq etc.
uqar, table sirups and edible molasses
Vegetable ols .
Collencloh andbaqqing
Conned fcod products
Furniture
Beveraoqes
Glass battles
Ores and concentrates
newsprint paper
Iron ore
qricullurollmplementsaond parts,n.o.
metl products n.o.s.
Onthracite coal


33


=1
3


J

I
3


FIGURES: 1929=1


II -r


i


I STEAM RAILWAYS, 1936
SOUTHERN DISTRICT (INCLUDING FOCAHONTA5 REGION)
0 5 10 15 Z0 25 30


I [





=I

3





3
I








3
3
3
*3
**5


WESTERN DISTRICT
0 5 10 16 20 25 30 35 40
Petrol eum products l-
tTanufoctu'esoand miscellaneous,no.s. I
L.C.L.frelqht, all
Bituminous cool and coke
Lumber, shinqles and lath
Fresh fru'rits
Grain
Vehicles and parts
Iron and steel products
Fresh vegetables
Products of aqr nulture, n.oas
Live stock and live poultry, etc.
Building materials
Iron ore
Products of-mines, n.o.s.
Forest product, n.o.s.
animal products, n.o.s. --
Canned food products -
Grovel, sand and stone
Fresh meras and dressed poultry
Flour and other cereal products
uqar, table syrupsand edble molas
Beveroaes
Cotton
Ores and concenrates, n.o.s
metal products, n.o..
newsprin paper
Ferttlter r
Qqricutimplementsand partsn.s
Ve table dils
Furniture
Glass bottles
Cotton cloth and baqqinq
anthracite coal





1C I"st-.3a-,Ca


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08855 4083


MILES PER SERVICEABLE
LOCOMOTIVE DAY (ROAD)0

MILES



200

PA SENGER



150




FREIGHT kL
100





50





0O
1935 1936 1937

0 Based on serviceable locomotives not stored.


NUMBER OF SERVICEABLE
LOCOMOTIVES STORED

NUMBER
3500 ll11 T ll l l llllllll 111 III I 1T I



3000 \____ -----------



2500
-ROAD
FREIGHT

2000



1500



PA000 ENG:R .YAR







0 Ill Illll Il llll ull Il llllill l
1935 1936 1937


PULLMAN, MAIL AND
EXPRESS REVENUES
( RELATIVE FIGURES,1923-1925-I00)

IIllilIllllllllllllllllllllllllll
NOT ADJUSTED FOR SEASON
130
I p MAIL REVENUE


AVERAGE
TRAIN SPEED

MILES PER HOUR


50


10838


PASSENGER CAR
AND TRAIN OCCUPANCY

NUMBER

65

60 PASENGER-MIL
PER TRAIN-MILE
55

50

45

40

35

30

25
ZO ________________
PASSENGER- MILE5SPERCAR-MILE
15

10

5 93 19


__ 1935 1936 1937


sovERNMENT PRINT OFFICE : 1937


FREIGHT TRAINLOAD AND
PER CENT OFCARS LOADED


PERCENT LOADED OF TOTAL
65 FREIGHT CAR-MILES

60

55

50
TOTALCAR -MILES PER TRAIN-MILI
45

40

35

30 NETTON- iLES PER
LOADED C R-MILE

25 1 17

E20

15

10

5

0
1935 1936 1937

SExcludes caboose car-miles and liqhttmrins.


Series 1937
No.Z


PASSENGER TRAINS
(WITH LOCOMOTIVES)



MOTOR-CAR TRAINS





FREIGHT TRA N5








1 35 193l Illll 9l I 37
1935 1936 1937


PER CENT OF EQUIPMENT
UNSERVICEABLE

PER CENT



40


.ROAD FREIGHT
LOCOMOTIVES

30





20


FREIGHT CARS__


10





OA3
1935 1936 1937


COAL AND OILCONSUMED
(ALL SERVICES)





TONS OF COAL
(MILLIONS)
7


6


5






3
GALLONS OP OIL-

2HNDRED M







1935 1936 1937


INVOICE PRICE
OF FUEL





2.5


OIL (CENTS
PER GALLON -

.0 -------N-.T--

/ %- COAL (DOLLARS
PER NET TON)
1.5




1.0




5




S II ll llll l ll lll
1935 1936 1937


OPERATING RATIOS
(PER CENT OF REVENUES)

PER CENT
1 11 1 1 11 111 1 1 1 11l l l ll 1 1 ll illl |


80 TOTALOPERATING EXPENSE







50


4 0 -TRANSPO STATION XPEN5E5-


30
ALL MAINTrENANCE
EXPENSES



10



1935 1936 1937
85-0 U.S 0FN -


O


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS

CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES


B5-0U.S






TO/.fr,3 -J


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

BIIIIll B IBIIIlIIIIIII lIIIIlll INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3 1262 08855 4091
BUREAU OF 'STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


TONS OF REVENUE FREIGHT ORIGINATED AND FREIGHT REVENUE, CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, FIRST QUARTER OF EACH YEAR, 1929-1937
(RELATIVE FIGURES, FIRST QUARTER 1929=100)


GRAIN AND GRAIN PRODUCTS



100





REVENUE ./



0 10 191 19 1933 1934 1935193 1937
19Z9 19301931 19321933193419351936 1937


TON5-

I'-I- REVENUE


1929 1930 1931 193 1933 193419351936 1937


PIG IRON







REVENUE--/


\ TONS


1929 19301931 1932 193319341935 1936 1937




CANNED FOOD PRODUCTS





9 9 -TONS1

REVENUE






192919301931 1932-1933 1934 1935 1936 1937


10




5


FRESH FRUITS



0 _

TONS .

REVENUE-
0




R --
o _




o -


1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 19341935 1936 1937


FRESH VEGETABLES



o100- -, -TON5

REVENUE-- \


50 | |-|


1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 193419351936 1937


-i--I-


PIPEANDFITIN5, CASTIRONIRONANDSTEEL





100 /


50
--V E LI -


1929 19301931 1932 193319341935 19361937




BEVERAGES

600

500 -
REVENUE-
400 _



ZOO 3 5
300 ----TONS

100

0 -
1929 19301931 19321933'1934 1935 1936 1937


GRAVEL.SAND AND STONE



100 -
-- TONS



50_-


1929 1930 1931 1932193319341935 1936 1937


SUGAR.TABLE SIRUPS AND tDIBL MOLASE5




S TON5---


REVENUE --^" --






1929 19301931 1932 19331934 1935 1936 1937


LUMBERSHINGLES AND LATH



100



REVENUE -
50 _

TONS



1929 19301931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937




BUILDING MATERIALS



100-- --------




50 .. __ REVENUE
TON53 1 --3




1929 1930 1931 19321933193419351936 1937


NEWSPRINT PAPER



00 -TONS /

REVENUe-


50 -




O


1929 1930 1931 1932 19331934 19351936 1937


LIVESTOCK AND LIVE POULTRY



I00 ----

I -- REVENUE
TON9-- 991





50
1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 19351936 1937


10


ROSIN AND TURPENTINE





E
REVENUE /

TONS ---. 1





0 --
19Z9 19301931 1932 1933 19341935 1936 1937


100


L.C. L. FREIGHT








TONS- 11REVENUE






19Z9 19301931 193Z 19331934 1935 1936193


100




50


BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE



9 3 --3TO3NS


REVENUE







1929 19301931 1932 1933 1933 1936 1935196 1937


PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS



100 7 -
TONS



50- RE ENUE _


1929 1930 1931 1932 19331934-1935 1936 1937


ALL FREIGHT




-TONS
100----TO N5



50 ----- ^ ; ^
REVENUE




139 1930 1931 19321933 1934 1935 19361937

108385-0 U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1937


Series 1937
No.3


COAL AND COKE


EVEN U


100


I 00


1


r/+


-1


I 00


RCVtNL





rC. i-Cc~ 3S: r,,-: ?


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

lII I 2 05 IIIIIIIIIIIII II INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


w Postol revenues, exdudlnq surplus postal receipts, based on reports of Post Office Department and summarized in S~atistical abstract of United States, Department of Commerce.
108385-0 U. S GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1937


__


Series 1937
No.4






C 3:


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1II I I II II IIIllllllllllll111i III111
3 1262 08855 4117


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


DENSITY OF TRAFFIC AND LENGTH OF TRAIN, CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS. YEARS 1926-1936


TRAIN-MILE PERD SOUTHERN DISTRICT CAR-MIL PER TRAIN-MILES PER WESTERN DISTRICT CAR-MILC.SPE
MILE OF WOD PER DAYMILE WILE OP ROAD DAPETRAIN-R DYTRAIN-MILE

13_ 65 13 65
1 2 60 I2 _60
II 55 II 55
I FREIGHT-TRAIN LENGT FREIGHT-TRAIN LENGTH 50
9- SCALE AT RIGHT -- I-
9 .. ... ... ... .. -- 45 9 .- 45
8 40 8 40
7 35 7 35
2 30 6 30
FREIGHT-TRAIN DENSITY 30 6 3
5 SCALE AT LEFT-- -z 2- -- 5 5 FREIGHT-TRAIN DENSITY 5
4 20eo 4 SCALE AT I FT
3 15 3 5
2 10 2 10
I 5 5
1920 06 1927 1928 192 0 1 1 1 1 191 1 1 1 1 0
192? 1927 1928 19N9 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936


NUMBER Of;

COMPANIES



40 ------



30 ___



20



10



o O VA -



PERCENT OF LEDGER VALUE


CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS CLASSIFIED


NUMBER OP FREIGHT-TRAIN CARS


NU SER Of FREIGHT-TRAIN CARS
COMPANIES



40 o



30--



o20 __



10




SM 6
o Or S


PERCENT Or LEDGER VALUE -


iRDING TO DEPRECIATION PERCENTAGE RATE,

j gCOMPANE PASSENGER-TRAIN CARS


108385.0 U S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 31937


TRAIN-MILES PER ALL DISTRICTS CAR-MILES PER
MILE OF ROAD PER DAY TRAIN-MILE

13 I I 13
IS 13

II -- II
10 10
9- 9
8 PASSENGER-TRAIN LENGTH 8 _
7. -- 7

PASSENGER-TRAIN DENSITY

4- 4
3 3
2 -2

0 0
1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936


TRAIN-MILE PER EASTERN DISTRICT CAR-MILE PER
MILE OF ROAD PER DAY TRAIN-MILE
I 3 65
I 2 FREIGHT-TRAIN LENGTH 0
II CALE AT RIGHT 55
10 .. -, 5
9 45
a FREIGHT-TRAIN DENSIT
SCALE AT LEPT- 40
7 35
6 30
5 25
4 20
3 15
2 -10
I -5

1926 1927 1928 1929 1950 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936




TRAIN-MILCS PER EASTERN DISTRICT CAR-MILESPER
MILE O ROAD PER DAYTRAIN-MILE

13 113
I 2 .-*..... --- PAS5ENGER-TRAIN DENSITY 2
4ZII



8 / PASSENGER-TRAIN LENGTH



5 5

4- -4
3 3



0 0
1926 1927 1928 19?9 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936


40 -



30 -- _- -



20 ---
Co a



0



0



PERCENT OF LEDGER VALUE


YEAR 1936

NUMBER OF WORK EQUIPMENT



40



30














^ 8gog -g8 O g A B B ^ I
20RN OF LDGR VALU
PERCENT OF LEDGER VALUE


&H IL A -- A -


Series 1937
No.5


TRAIN-MILES PER WESTERN DISTRICT CAR-MILES PER
MILE OF ROAD PER DAY TRAIN -MILE

13 13
12 _12
II II
7i -- -0


PA55ENGE t-TRAIN LENGTH

7
6 5
5 ENGER-TRAIN OEN rY 5
4 4
3 *3
2 1 8_ 1 19 13

0 o-0
1926 1927 1928 199 1930 1931 193E 1933 1934 1935 1936





IC /sfe33:q37e


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS

OPERATING REVENUES, OPERATING EXPENSES AND NET RAILWAV OPERATING INCOME, CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, BY MONTHS, YEARS 1927-1937.


MILLIONS OF DOLLARS JANUARY
500
400
300 __ OPE
OPERATING EXPENSES
) o "


19E7 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1995 1336 1937


SEPTEMBER
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
5 OP RATING REVE NUES
400
300
OPERATING 0 "0^ --' ,--
OPNET RAILWAY OPERATNIN CME
10 0 0 I __ __

80 I -MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMNT-
60
50
40 -

20 RUCTURES EXPENSE -


10 1933 1 35 1936 1937

1927 19Z8 19Z9 1930 1931 193Z 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937


MILLIONS OF DOLLARS FEBRUARY
500
400
-An -- OPERATING REVE


200


1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937


OCTOBER
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS OCT


400 OPERATING REV NUES
300 ---
OPERATING
o 0 EXPENSES*

ET RAILWAY O RATING INCOME
100 4

60
50
4 0 MAINTENANCE 0 EUIPjENT
0o / -EXpf 5 -
M MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES EXPENSES
20 1933 1934 1933556 1957


to
8
1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 193Z2 1933 1934 1935 1936 1997


MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
5 -00
4 O 0


300
z 00


1 00
80
60
50
40
30

20


1927 192. 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937


MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
500
400 --- ,"=
300
200


OPERATING EXPENSE& '-
NET RAILWAY OPE IATINGINCOME
-- ^ M-AINTENA NCE OF EQUIPMENT --




I AINTENANCE OF WAYAI STRUCTURES EXPENSES




1327 1928 199 1990 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937


MILLIONS OF DOLLARS AUGUST

500 -OPERATING REVEN ES
400
300
OPERATING .--
2 zo0 I )t(PENSES -


100
B 0 A- -'.1 MAI TENANCEOF EQUIPMENT
60 a.- EXPENSeS
60
40
30
0 MAINTENANCE OF
WAY AND STRUCTURES-
EXPeNSE!
10 -- -

1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1995 19361937


MILLIOt
500
400
300
200
S0 0


IS OP DOLLARS MBER

S~ -- OPERATING REVENUES






MAINTEANCE OF EQUIPMENT


T RAILWAY
-OPERATING INCOM --

MAINTENNCE O WYD RUC TUR EX ENS



1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1335 1936 1937


154724-0 U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:1937


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1111111l111iIIIIIIIIlllllllll llI INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3 1262 08855 4125 BUREAU OF STATISTICS


'RATING REVENUES .


r MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT



'R-" MAIINTNTANCE OF WAY A ID
\,,STRUCTURES XPEN
NET RAILWAY L 9
OPERATINGINCOMEF\

1ZZ1_\^~~~


Series 1937
No: 6


OPERATING EPENSES


MAIN TNANCE OF EQUIPMENT EXPENE53-




N !TRA LWAX Ns =0
OPERATING INCOMI-E r A
SMAINTENANC
S Of WAYAND
S STRUCTURE
I I EXPENSES


MARCH


S I I REVENUE
" F--OPIRATI NG REVENUES


OPERATING EXPENSES


-- ~CMA NTENANCE OFE EQUIPMENT EXPENO I -





NET RAILWAY OPERATING MNTNANCE OF
I INCOME *-- YANDSTRUCIURE3
1 I


NOVEMBER


t I I L -t-


I


I


.NUES





rC ^Sfe.3 6


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08855 4133


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES


FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
(OTHER THAN COMMUTATION)
TRAFFIC ANDREVENUE5
(RELATIVE FIGURES, 1923-1925 0O)


I o ADJUSTED FOR SEASON



110

100

90
FREIGHT TON-MIL/ ) \
80 A^^

70A v -


30

20



o
10

0


PASSENGER
RE VEN U 1





1935 1936 1937llll
1935 1936 1937


MILES PER SERVICEABLE
LOCOMOTIVE DAY (ROAD)W

MILES


z00


PASSENGER








RIGHT


PULLMAN,MAIL AND
EXPRESS REVENUES
(RELATIVE FIGURE5,1923-1925-100)


NOT ADJUSTED FOR SEASON

Iz0 MAILREVENUE

10

100

90


PULLMAN
7Q REVENUE \

60 V\



40

30

90 5 16 REVENUE




1935 1936 1937


MAI NTENANCC EXPENDITURES
(BEFORE DEPRECIATION)

MILLION OF DOLLARS

65

60

55
MAINTENANCE
50 OF EQUIPMENT N

45

40 1

35

30__________
MAINTENANCE OF
S WAY AND STRUCTURES

20

I 5

10

5


1935 1936 1937


PASSENGER CAR
AND TRAIN OCCUPANCY

NUMBER

65

60 PASSENGER-MIL
PER TRAIN-MILE/ -
55

50

45

40

35

30

25

o
PASSENGER- MILES PE RCAR-MIL




5

o H l l lH l l l l l l H l l H


INVOICE PRICE
OF FUEL





2.5


OIL (CENTS /
PER GALLON-"



S-COAL (DOLLARS
PER NET TON)
1.5




1.0




.5




o 1935 1J I II ll 936 19ll
1935 1936 1937


I


SBased on serviceable locomotives not stored.


AVERAGE
TRAIN SPEED

MILES PER HOUR


50




40
PASSENGER TRAINS
(WITH LOCOMOTIVES)


FREIGHT TRAINLOAD AND
PER CENT OFCARS LOADED


PERCENT LOADED OF TOTAL
65 -FREIGHT CAR-MILES

60

55

50
TOTALCAR -MILES PER TRAIN-MIL
45

40

35

30 NETTON- ILES PER
LOADED C R-MILE
25

20

I 5

10

5


1935 1936 1937
* Excludes caboose car-miles and lighttrins.


MOTOR-CAR TRAIN





FREIGHT TRA N5


I'll' II llI II
I 935


1936


1337


Series 1937
.No.7


10




0


PER CENT OF EQUIPMENT
UNSERVICEABLE

PER CENT


NUMBER OF SERVICEABLE
LOCOMOTIVES STORED

NUMBER
35001111 1111 1 1 l111 11111 11 I l


COAL AND OIL CONSUMED
(ALL SERVICES)


TONS OF COAL
(MILLIONS)


GALLONSOF OIL-
HUNDRED MILLIONS)


1935


1936 1937


OPERATING RATIOS
(PER CENT OF REVENUES)

PER CENT

8 0 TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES


70


60


50


4 0 TRANp STATION XPENSES-


30
ALL MAINTENANCE
EXPENSES
aO


10
IO
o0 1111l l111l __ll _lll l ll I ll _lll_ ll


935 193r 1937
154724-0 U. S GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1937


IIIIIII


1935 1936 1937





~-~- h~e.. 2'9 /


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08855 4141 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


SGr stan-milesoFcarsandcontents, multiplied bq train speed, and he result divided bq gross ton-miles of locomotivesondtenders. Purpose isto show serviceaccomplishmenf b1 locomotives.
5* Speed ton-miles perton of locomotive and tender.



PERCENT LOADED OF TOTAL FREIGHT CAR-MILES, SELECTED CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, YEARS 1936AND 1929

////// 1936 I I 1909 7


60 60


50 50


401 1I1 40


T Helper and light locomotives, and principal locomotives of light freight trains and of eond and subsequent cuts of ordinor -freight trains doubled.


154724-0 U 5. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1937


SPEED TON-MILES PER TON-MILE OF LOCOMOTIVE WEIGHT, ROAD FREIGHT SERVICE, SELECTED CLASS I
STEAM RAILWAYS, YEARS 1936 AND 1929


Iso"


Series 1937
NO.8


RATIO OF SUPPLEMENTALtTO PRINCIPAL ORDINARY FREIGHT LOCOMOTIVE-MILES, SELECTED CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS,
PERCENT YEAR 1936 AND 1929 PFPIr


35


30


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


!NT






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J L.~ ''-''--*:


1927 13281929 ISO I0 I 193Z193319 341955 1936


ILLINOIS CENTRAL((INCL.YAT008,M155VAL.)
IT5


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O
O -




O
0
0 ----_ _------





0
0 --



0



0



1927 192 1929 19301931 19321933193419351936


CHICAO, MILWAUKPE .ST PAUL & PACIFIC


90
9SO _

80 -

70 _

60 ,-,-1

50

40 o

30

20

O _


1927 198 129 1930 1931 1932 19331341935 1936


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


IIIIIIIII IIII III III Ililll I llllill IIII ll
3 1262 088554158 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION



BUREAU OF STATISTICS




GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


ROAD FREIGHT EXPENSES* PER 1,000 GROSS TON-MILES ** FOR RAILWAYS WITH ANNUAL OPERATING REVENUES ABOVE $50,000,000, YEARS 1927-1936


- I. I F


NEW YORK CENTRAL (INCL. BOSTON &ALBANY)
CENTS


90

80

70

60 -

50

40

30


0 -




1927 1928 192919301931 1932 193 1934 1935 1936


CEN

90

80

70

60

50

40

30





10


TS


BALTIMORE & OHIO


---- --- -


ERIE (INCLUDING CHICAGO& ERIE)
CrNTS


90 -




70

60 -
30
50








10 -
SO





I 1

1927 192$ 1329 19301931 1932 1933193419351936


PENNSYLVANIA


1927 1928 19?919301931 1932 19331934 13351936


ATC15ISON,TOPEKA& S.FE AND AFFIL.CO5.


90

80

70

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

50

40

30

20

10 -


19271928 19231930 1931 1932 1331934 935 1336


NORTHERN PACIFIC
.NTS





0










D
0 -



0 _



0 1932
192719 192-8192919301931 19332 193333.413351336


READING


50
60 -




60

50

40-

30




10


1037 198ZM919301331 193-- 19-3 34- 35 193
1.9 7 1g328 19Z 19301931 199P- Ia 1934133 51936o


.5 .5 I 4 .5 .5


CENTS NORFOLK & WESTERN


90

80

70 _

60

50

40

30

20




0
10 7 19 30 311493



1927 195Z 19291930 1931 19321933 1934 1935 1936


SOUTHERN
CENTs5

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

o
1927 193281291930 1331 1932193319341935 1936


CHICAGO, BURLINGTON 8 QUINCY


1927 192B199 193019311932 1933 13933351336


1927 19281929 190 19i1 I1 32 13331334195 1536


LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE
CENTS


90

80

70

60

50

40 --__ -- --
40


30_



10


1927 198 19291930 1931 1932 1933 19341935 1936


CHI ROCK 15L.&PAC.INCL. CHI.,R.I. & GULF)
CENTh'




80

70

60




40

30

20 --------

10


1927 1328 129 19301931 133219333 193419351336


4 4 4. *


CENTS


GREAT NORTHERN


1397 1928 1329 1930 1931 1932 133 19S4 1335 1936


SOUTHERN PACIFIC


1927 192 1929 91930 1931 2 1933 1934 13351936


Account 3 -40 Excluding locomotives
SAccounts S992- 402 Excluding Locomotives


CC-I


series 1937
No.9


197 1928 19291930 1931 193 2193 193419351996


CHICAGO& NORTH WESTERN


70




50-

40



20 _



o
10


1927 1928 1923 1O30 13311932193319341935 1136


UNION PACIFIC
CENTS

90

80

70

0 -- --




30 -
40

30



to



1927 13281929 1330 1931 1932 193315934 1935 1936


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3 1262 08855 4166


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


DOLLAl
5.00





4.00


Series 1937
No. 10


AVERAGE COST OF FUEL PURCHASES INCLUDING TRANSPORTATION CHARGES PAID FOREIGN LINES, SELECTED CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, 1927-1936


DOLLARS AVERAGE COST OF COAL PER TON
5.00 -





4.00 ________

-*-NtW YORK. NEW MAVEN &H-ARTFORD



3.00 __
3-- READING



NEW YORK CENTRAL-M- ERIE
1.00 _













1927 1928 1329 1930 1.31 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936


DOLLARS AVERAGE COST OF COAL PER TON
5.00ANUALA\RAE





4.00





3.00 ATCH150N,TOPEKA 8 SANTA FE ___-
ATCHISON, PEKA
& 0,R 4SANTA AND
MIC K IS ANDK1L AFFILIATED CO
& PACIFIC



2.00 M55 URI PACIF





1.00





0 ______ ____ ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ----___ _____
1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936


3.00


2.00


1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936


CENTS AVERAGE COST OF FUEL OIL PER GALLON
ANN'UALAV RAGE




4





3 _- -- --

,..***- 3REGON -WAS INGTON R.R.&N. *

r, I,' A ~ 5 0 UTMERN P CIFIC'
WE5T FRN PACIFIC




ATCHISON,TOPEKA & SANTA FE- -, /
ATCHISON, PEKA SANTA Fe AND AFFIUATED COS



0 ___ _____ ---- -- -- _--- --- --- --- --



1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936

SLeooed to Union Pocific Co. effective Jan. I, 1936.
*Includes steamship company.


CENTS \ AVERAGECOST OF FUEL OIL PER GALLON
5 ANAL AVERAGE





4 ________/ __
----- READING -

---------^-__ --__

TEXAS NEW ORLEANS
3




--CHICAGO ROCK ISAND &PACIFIC




KANSAS CITY UTHERi


I -TXA5 I PACIFIC






1927 198 199 930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936
154724-0 U. 5 GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1938


AVEF:AGE COST OF LOAL PER N


AN ALAV!RAGFE


















: ILLINOI5 CENTRAL C iESAPEAKE &O 1



LOUISVILL & NASHVILLE "
NORFOLK & W STERN


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~-- /- i 7-7 -^ UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
SII I IIIIIIIII illl llil Il lIIIIIII I I lIli II I
3 1262 08855 4174 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS

GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS
CONDITION OF FREIGHT LOCOMOTIVES ON ALL CLA5 I STEAM RAILWAYS AND ON SELECTED RAILWAYS INTHE MONTH OF OCTOBER IN EACH OF THE YEARS 19-8-1937


O PERCENT HELD MORE THAN 84 HOURS FOR ANY REPAIRS (REFERSTO AVERAGE FOR MONTH, 1928-1934, AND TO CONDITIONATCLOSEOP MONTH, 1935-1957, I.C.C. REPORTS). 154724-0 US GOVERNMENTPRINTINGOFFICE: 1938
* PERCENTIN OR AWAITING SHOP fORCLASSIFIED REPAIRS AS OF NOVEMBER I CA.A.R. STATEMENTS). WHAT REPAIRS ARE CONSIDERED CLAS51FIED REPAIRS IS SUBJECT TO SOME VARIATION AMONG THE RAILWAYS.
0 PERCENT SERVICEABLE INCLUDING STORED (I.C.C. REPORTS).
Note: Inaltnces in which classified repairs exareded all claes of repairs are explained b4y he tac h t in the reports t he A.A.R. Locomotives were classileai ccordingto tJpe, whereoa in the reports tolhe I. C.C. they were reported according t
ihe service to which assIqned.


Series 1937
No. II




~: CIsfe.33: ~Y'I~; Y


154724-0 U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:1938


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08855 4182

INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



GRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT TO MONTHLY REPORTS


STEAM RAILWAY TRAFFIC AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
YEARS 1926-1936
PERCENT (RELATIVE FIGURES: 1923-19e5-100) PERCENT

120 ---- I1 20
S.. 4l--INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION- FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD Beve

100 INDUSTRIAL PRODLuCTION WE IGHT-- 1 00 Gla s
BV RAILWAY TRAFFIC* V ee
Veqel

.8 80so Fresh
Cotto,

6 RAILWAY TONS ORIGINATED ... GSugr,
S"-' Canne
RAILWAY FREIGHT
REVENUE, anthrc
40 RAILWAY TON-MILES ____ ___ (o40
Four i
Petrole
0 wBased on Statement No. 374.4, 2o0 Fr
Fresh
Bureau of Statistics, I.C.C.
News
0I I 0 Produ
19E6 1927 1928 1929 1330 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 Bitum

Produ
Manuf
Iron a
Vehic

PANAMA CANAL INTERCOASTAL TONNAGE AND TONS ORIGINATED BY Metal
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, 1920-1936 II ca
PERCENT (RELATIVE FIGURES: 1992-19e5100) PERCENT cnimc

I 2 O 3.00 Fresh
,QI f re
I_ "__ ___ __ __" _Grain

100 CLASS I RAILWAY .50Grain
TONS ORIGINATED Iron on
(SCALE AT L.FT)
Co(ton
0 2.00 Buildi,

PANAMA CANALINTERFOSTAL Forest
TONNAGE (SCALE AT LEFT) 0 "" e .5
60 1.50 Fertili;
SFurniti

40 1.00I .o Livesta
/~/ .-*"-N .5 Lumbe
S ATIO OF PANAMA CANAL TONS TO RAILROAD TONS
(SCALE AT RIGHT)50 aqricu
5Gravel
S1 Ores a

1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1II Lc.
Strike oF maritime employees In Novemberaend Decembet 1936 nointeraooahl canollbnnae movinqin December.


series 1937
No. 12z