Operating statistics of large steam railways - 1970

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Title:
Operating statistics of large steam railways - 1970
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Statement ;
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v. : ; 28-45 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Publisher:
U.S. G.P.O.
Place of Publication:
Washington
Creation Date:
1970
Frequency:
monthly
regular

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Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Compares the monthly selected items for current year with that of the preceding year.
Issuing Body:
Sept. 1927-Apr. 1942 issued by the Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics; May 1942-Nov. 1956 issued by the Commission's Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
General Note:
Title from caption.
Statement of Responsibility:
Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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University of Florida
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Operating statistics of large steam roads
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Operating statistics of large railways

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA '

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3 1262 08731 2848 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION ..

BUREAU OF STATISTICS -


Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railway Selected Items for the Month of February, 1936, Compared with Feb. ruary, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000.
Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of February, 1936, Compared with February, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000.


Statement No. M-200
FEBRUARY, 1936


FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE

teive on line on line GNetndo Pcre Pounds Locosio-

Region, road, and year er wt-milesr tonmiles Net t- Car- Net o t coalasn- per
miles I er per o aes ton- e i 1000 gros rsi -Pas-esn- of coal tire-
ole Train- Per Gross Net Serviceloable Un- cent train-hiour, train-mile, iles less ile n f o-mles, Train-iles Pasenger- ge-trn s e r p- milre
berated es Principal Loaded Empty Per Per cent er- un Pecet excluding excluding per l pe r per peri including iocomoer raii cars per al t -
r ld L oaded Emptyou ee cent east- Not ice- ervc om como m- lldedear- iodaper iludiigI o -p i tiai t om -
and Light (thou- (thou- cent bo d Including Excluding Revenue at or o red toe- e Foign Total se- t d t tr- n day day tnud tve- t locono- car- tive-
ehelpe sands) sands) loaded cast of locomotives locomotives and non- able able tde tendersmile tenders dile day
total and tenders and tenders revenue

____________ (1)______________ (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (I1) (18 ) (20) (21) (22) (23)) (2 7)4) (25 ) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33 (34) (35) (36)


New England Region:
Boston & Albany ..................... 36
1935
Boston Maine .............1936
1935
N. Y., New H. & Hartf. ....1936
1935
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson .... ......... 1936
1935
Del., Lack. & Western......... 1936
1935
Erie (incl. Chi. & Erie)-. 1936
1935
Grand Trunk Western..... .. 1936
1935
Lehigh Valley .. ................. 1936
1935


New York, Chi. & St. L. ..... 1936
1935
Pere Marquette..... ........... 1936
1935
Pitts. & Lake Erie........ 1936
1935
Wabash. .............. .... .. ..1936
1935
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio -...... 1936
1935
Central of New Jersey ......... 1936
1935
Chicago & Eastern Ill....... 1936
1935
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern b- 1936
1935
Long Island .... .... .............. 1936
1935
Pennsylvania System......... .1936
1935
Reading.......... ...... 1936
1935
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio ..............1936
1935
Norfolk & Western.................... 1936
1935
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line. ............ 1936
1935
Central of Georgia.... .1936
1935
Illinois Central (incl.
Y. & M. V.) ........... .... 1936
1935
Louisville & Nashville ...1936
1935
Seaboard Air Line ................_ 1936
1935
Southern ... ........_.............1936
1935


140,739
124,228
284,255


340,376
234,461
203,997
394,603

705,630
615,108
253,617
218,900
412,249
380,769
2,803,700
2,398,257
516,429
412,620
376,059
337,144
83,730
65,135
606,203
547.918
1,496,490
1,276,190
161,046
133,070
180,092
165,093
104,532
85,942
32,038
31,936
500,8107

472,655
395,712
91 9

682,926
5614368
569,904
500,810
233,086
203,193
1,535.419
1,300,999
1,108,214
920,387
463,324
428,564
1,200,648
1,033,785


146,653
129,117
322,690
313,150
422,893
413,456
328,195
281,961
451,622
383,893


260,887
2222,183

406,815
2,992,660
2,511:436
522,498
414,600oo

389,056
355,338
86,724
68,397
634,520
557,748
1,854,709
1,556,708
182,885
150,834
180,360
165,669
106:,39
87,633
32,890
33,o061

2,862;862
523,267
432,347
980,351
799,553
726,381
592,326
571,168
503,360
234,203
203,844
1,557,446
1,307,563
1,203,261
991,943
473,196
437,082
1,218,618
1,048,412


11,014
9,012
31,716
30,090
22,223
20,726
43,467
31,952
68,852
49,292
45,704
37,995
3,319
3.119
50,348

194,938
151,389
8273
4,317
7,717
3,976
43

14,120
10,737
192,284
169,393
35,608
30,191
3,602!
2,750

1: 7
17,469
15,209
410,422
324,528
64,662
50,976
49,799
34,873
36,731
31,454

7,486
3,331
2,788
31,357
25,180
38,930
26,882
3,015
2,861
20,990
18,920


2,885
2,789

9 1

10,811
10,181

665
11,847
10,378
26,981
24,321
6,227
5,657
12,492
10,950
86,535
76,868
15,636
13,336
8,757
8,167
2,970
2,584
16,770
16,014
41,644
35,938
5,207
4,327
4,388
3,830
2,432
2,019
282
274



12,316
10,758
38,705
31,425
26,119
22,000
12,037
10,950
4,824
4,441
35,438
30,561
24,548
20,259
11,402
10,177
25,985
23,098


1,308
1,318
4,232
4.741
42 2
6:0924
4,248
4,103
6,201
5,982
13,444
14:201
3,397
3,801
6,27
6:274
56,320
53,581
8,143
8,516
5,132
5,722
2,180
2,105
9,364
10,4<5
24,025
24,614
3,442
3,272
2,243
2:465





29,741
1. 5
271
216



7 693

29,741
26,995
17,486
15,715
7,068
6,575
1,990
1,735
19,705
18,979
16,300
14,370
5.389
5,241
12,233
12,278


66.7
65.0
55.1
61.9
61.Q
62.:
69.1
69.1






66.5
66.9
63.7
59.7
61.6
60.4
52.5
55.5
18.2
20.5
54.1
52.1
8.6.
.7
76.3
72.6
59.8
62.0
44.4
49.2
87.2
85.8



73.8
73.6
38.4
43.2
42.5
46.4
58.8
57.0
54.1
52.3
58.7
58.7
60.9
60.1i
54.9
54.0
58.9
58.0


193,598
183,565
597,252
582,508
695,959
681,549
569,120
494,122
882,524
753,711
1,918,915
1,751,289
432,839
401,408
922,836
821,448
6516,522
5,714,2oo
1,071,134
931,143
678,700
627,572
281,434
241,839
1,175,897
1,100,923
1,396,072
2:927,619
428,505
354,620
327,251
298,615
213,424
185,356
30,260
30,297
7,841,882

1,056.759
932,042
3,645,121
2,978,857
2,462,058
2,033,025
769,123
682,728
317,719
281,733
2,715,066
2,321,281
2,004,260
1,644,867
749,794
671,054
1,719,563
1,530,835


155,499
149,276
518,152
507,841
607,095
588,775
493,845
431,267
730,206
655,447
1,664,912
1,511,506
372,842
349,893
792,322
705.418
5,756,231
5,072,409
947,179
832,194.
581,213
538,439
256,711
223,100
1,017,480
961,974
2,904,582
2,535,747
376,253
312,778
287,473
262,771
188,051
164,579
21,992
22,291
6,835,620
5,874,900
926,581
820,710
3,313,713
,713,813
2,204,550
1,823,615
645,740o
574,066
264,740
235,147
2,358,987
2,022,927
1,757,29)
1, 4,572
643,407
582,121
1,464,897
1,313,670


57,925
52,722
197,626
186,846
237,744
220,524
242,870
204,428
311,332
244,559
701,002
585,555
138,674
117,764
353,468
286,913
2,504,835
2,o98,545
379,643
317,303
245,252
201,191
141,450
119,713
376,299
318,181
1,381,080
1,141,881
190,502
108,090
132,130
114,981
97 4 4

9,726
9,114
3,N56,308
2,6e7,773
467,717
388,178
1,838,286
1,442,684
1,183,504
955,296
215,442
190,412
100,524
90,130
1,044,267
854,916
859,763
690,576
236,477
202,002
594,093
512,689


131
105
182
181
123
101


226
218

6
147
168
940
830
157
132
111
113
36
27
153
137
670
616
65
60



56
51
37
35
1,317

222
193
399

269
239
254
258
91
102
643
598
340
315
232
213
460
405


30
16
I 64
102
101
28
35
83
93
228
I 181
60
73
'145
1321
550
636
25
13
36
1
S30
34
141
173
632
S560
88
84
52
57
31
29

21



86
100
9Z
112
50
35
144
129
33
38
213
324
238
254
98
121
289
372


2,251
2,834
7,995
8,335
12,32
14:426
6,413
11,375
13,117
15,726
17,95.


4560
10,843
13,886
102,170

6,076
8,866
8,802
10,617
13,567
15,793
9,770
12,454
64,806
75,786
10,909
12,714
2,610
3,706
8,084
8,159
709
779
194,772
237,985
23,926
31,156
30,517
42,138
25,529
33,573
21,385
25:mo
4,060
6,438
36.908
42,702
3,191
,,792
9,701
10,690
22,933
27,611


3,751
9,025
7,031
13363

4,200
2,725
7,908
5,475
16,488
13,114
8,659
8,225
11,947
6,329


7,321
:585
17,020
15,366
25,745
26,315
10,613
14,100
21,025
21,201
34,447
37,198
12,453
12,785
22,790
20,215


O2

831
835
992
992
2,298
2,305
1,027
1,007
1,318
1,335
10,789
11,066

1,661
2,081
2,096
234
234
2,435
2,435

6 215
681
684
931
939





10,009
1,449
1,453


2,145
2,146
5,141
5,148
1,886
1,886
6,566
6,587
5,007
5,049
4,295
4,295
6,596
6,599


18,455
20,189
23,467
24,733
24,101
24,293
27,459
28,894
27,700
28,914
36,822
39,780
25,92;
29,04b
31,383
31,285
30,632
34,352
30,757

22,963
26,158
41 844
44:222
29,914
35,262
24,008
25,763
26,448
27,338
25,987
28,475
1,.799
1 ,983
5,125
5,379
29,044
32,103
21,836
25,213
49,029
49,472
46,371
48,097
19,804
19,607
20,618
21,402

25:960
23,800
24,104
23,092
22,157
19,627
20,689


414 20.1
425 18.9
698 21.7
674 21.3
o10 22.0
58 21.7
1,042 32.0
1,010 30.8
803 26.3
727 23.6
1,003 26.0
958 24.1
554 22.3
541 20.8
881 28.3
775 26.2
905 28.9
884 27.3
737 24.3
770 23.8
652 28.0
598 24.6

: .:3
631 22.4
587 19.9
941 33.2
908 31.8
1,230 36.6
1,147 34.2
740 30.1
706 30.0
965 4o.1
972 40.7
31T 314.5
291 33.3
1,052 32.5
1,047 31.2
993 38.0
985 36.1


283 I 20.5
279 i 21.8
411 27.8
402 29.1
318 21.3
299 22.1
758 36.9
563 29.5
U 11 29.6
6 26.N
731 42.3
560 36.8
382 26.5
322 25.9
550 29.2
493 30.4
495 28.2
413 25.7
847 53.0:
707 .7
453 26.8
473 28.8
194 .1
168 :.6
608 42.2
527 43.9
U5 25.0
5 22.5
293 13.3
227 11.7
676 33.9
643 35.2
274 10.7
258 11.0
-82 4.7
71 4.2
420 21.0
331 17.8
422 18.1
338 16.7


5.354

3,456
3.311
4,022
3,853
10,081
8,740
10,824
4,806
10,521
9,073
4,656
4,178
9,247
7,674
8,006
6,773
1,81
6:824
4,063
3,429
20,860
18,296
,329
:,668
:114 1

,452
9,643
7,732
4,892
4,374

:574
854
829


11,130
9,542


1,483 55.2 20,785
1,025 42.o 16,840
1,209 44.5:1 19,028
884 34.9 15,897
245 21.7 1,445
204 18.8 1,321
468 32.4 1,838
359 1 24.61 1,707
592 31.3 5.484
525 30.4 4,636
684 32.5 5,921
475 23.8 4,884
509 36.1 1,898
442 33.7 1,:680
483 31.1 3.106
435 30.0 2,775


125 41.1
117 45.5
123 53.0
122 50.5
127 47.1
123 41.1
164 75.7
160 57.9
121 57.3
110 50.5
130 65.1
116 56.7
146 58.8
162 51.5
126 72.8
117 62.9
115 96.3
102 78.3
122 91.5
109 81.2
106 42.
110 34.
148 72.0
126 61.5
17o 53.9
1 1 47.2
151 48.6
148 39.9
152 57.7
131 56.2
148 43.0
128 36.6
370 32.8
347 28.3
14o
135 4.
16a 581 6
155 48.6
91 66.9
86 51.9
115 69.8
112 58.4
127 48.3
125 40.8
133 66..1
136 52.7
158 64.7
144 51.5
149 73.6
150 62.3
132 49.6
131 45.4
169 53.4
157 45.2


216:978
575,590
541,228
752,596
689,737
97,975
97,135
403,195
390,919
433,910
392,630
97,501
88,667
248,628
221,057
3,102,471
2,824,339
118,394
112,743
101,309
100,116
60,221
55,796
245,262
227:454
1,055,893
998,767
251,608
2040,01
168,711
148,660



507,792
481,320

3,537,456
3,189,688
373,612
359,112
315,734
326,277
260, 719
263,302
788,3J45
693,620
195,204
188,440
1,014,341
945,016
728,024
711,375
588,092
505,381
987,929
922,447


1,437,464
1,378,552
2,838,429
2,809,457
4,929,268

590,118
582,908
2,614,130
2,568,980
2,552,575
2,666,627
618,983
589,37i
1,975,085
1.837,990
24,085,671
23,284,959
611,945
653,004
506,997
486,728

2 6:964

1,478,043
1,377,322
6,966,614
6,708,233
1,240,236
1,172,951
1,080,911
882,582



3,089,386
2,831,318
26,726,200
24,976 ,708
1,331,800
1,248,095
2,095,940
1,985,284
1,649,802
1,637,673
7,236,548
6,852,123
1,258,456
1,410,032
6,425,583
6,178,855
4,892,358
4,777,335
4,248,176
3,867,669
6,372,099
5,900,976


7.1 14.6
7.4 18.0
5.3 3
5.6 32.8

u.0 3.93
6.0 17.8
6.0 14.1
7.7 '24.1
7.7 32.2
6.3 20.
7.1 19.4
6.4 22.2
6.8 32.1
9.0 38.1
9.8 27.4
8.0 25.6
8.9 28.7
5.2 3.4
5.8 6.5
5.0 16.0
4.9 29.6
4.6 2Z.0
4.6 34.4
6.2 ?5.9
6.0 31.1

6.9 .2

4.9 24.8
4.9 29.7
6.4 30.6
5.9 35.1

-- -
4.6 22.8
4.5 20.0
8.0 21.9
8.4 20.2
5.0 23.6
5.0 21.6
6.6 10.5
6.7 13.8

6.2 8.6
9.2 13.5
9.9 11.0
6.5 17.9
7.5 23.8
7.0 22.0
7.3 41.9
6.8 27.5
6.8 30.6
8.4 16.2
8.3 26.8
6.5 24.9
6.4 34.9


23.4
23.0



1 1
16.1
15.5
22.4
/F
23.5

18.6

17.7

16.7

22.9
17 *8
18.9
17.0
31.9
30.8
17.7
A/
22.3

28.6
28.4
22.2
19.2



13.71
13.3
1.1

25.0
22.5
19.8
17.7
22.1

13
12:1
19.1
15.3
19.5

20.6

13.7
12.1
20.6
19.6


Note: Effective with carrier reports for the month of January, 1936, the rules relative to operating statistics of large steam railways were revised with the following effect on this statement: Miles of road operated (column 2),
number of locomotives on line (columns 14 to 17 inclusive), and number of freight cars on line (columns 18 to 21 inclusive) were changed from averages for the month to actual figures as of the lose of the month. Freight
train and locomotive-miles (oolumns 3 and 4) and the ton-miles of freight locomotives (included in column 11), which formerly applied only to freight trains and the freight proportion of mixed trains, based on oar-miles,
were changed to apply to freight trains and all mixed trains handling more freight-train care than passenger-train care. Passenger train-miles (column 31) were changed, in similar manner, to apply to passenger trains and
all mixed trains handling more passenger-train oars than freight-train oars. Fuel consumption per car-mile in passenger service (oolun 35) was changed from consumption per car-mile in steam locomotive trains to con-
sumption per oar-mile in all trains (Including motor-car trains). Carriers were not required to rowork 1935 figures according to the revised rules, but they have in some cases supplied considerable comparable data. In
(OVER) other oases, the figures shown in this statement for last year were restated by the carriers from last years reports, or inserted from suoh reports by the Bureau of Statistics.
Not available.
No passeenger-train service.


New York Central


.... 1936
1935


74,230 176,400
/ 181,313
9,689 15,765
7,303 16,169
9,779 18,581
6,603 17,220
10,835 24,402
9,716 25,509
11,569 21,339
9,297 21,751
25,861 90,667
20,256 96,042o
12,042 22,951
8,571 21,285
4,286 6,896
2,773 6,479
4,168 12,252
3,196 11,355
3,406 4,115
3,012 3,791
258,470
6:641 284:,629
14,629 38,555
9,377 40,533
9,359 39,876
8,512 50,650
4,929 30,458
4,016 37,589
8,135 29,520
7,173 32,813
3,191 7,251
2,522 8,960
25,396 62,304
15,166 57,868
8,077 41,268
7,118 51,910
5,883 15,584
5,347 16,037
18,293 41,226
14,944 42,555












Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION FEBRUARY, 1936
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of February, 1936, Compared with February, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000-Continued.




FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE
oote-e Cr-mil Ton-mil ) Number of road looomo- Number of freight oars
Locomoti-mileCar-mile Ton-miles (houan) ties on line on line Gross Gross Net Pounds Locomo Per cent Pounds Locomo-
ton-miles ton-miles Net Net Car- Net tie- un- of coal tive-
Region, road, and year Per per per ton- on ton- Car- Net per pas- milesofa
Miles Train- Per Gros Net 'Servioeable On- cent train-hour, tra-mile, miles es miles per mileof ton-miles, per Train-miles train able fce- per ps miles
of road miles Per cent erv un- Per cent excluding excluding per oded per per iclIding car-ile cars per toi train loomo-
er-i roadoperpincludingo- ta locomo- ca tive-
operated Principal Loaded Empty Per e t esot r e r- o Fo sa un- lecoml- locomo- tral- ca r- day day p locom o- train t" ot -
and Light (thou- (ou- cent loaded bound Including Excluding Revenoe stored 8tored able toe- service- tives and tives and mile mile day ves and y tive mle day
helper sands) sands) loaded cst of locomotives locomotives and non- able able tenders tenders tenders i
total and tenders and tenders revenue
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (3) (34) (35) (36)

Northwestern Region: 36 55 9442 1,071,9 22,111 11 004 66 8 52 0 47 8 1,619,638 1,385,602 50,553 475 47 251 32.5 37964 33,197 71161 6.8 1,603 1,405 51 23.0 260 17.0 2,099 494 946,097 5,5580 6.1 33. 28.6 101
Chi. &t North estern........... 936 9 8 5 o 14 105 282 35. 390 2113 61526 7. 2654 1505 515 21.5 24 1.5 1,836 145 40.3 872,671 5,539,414 7.2 32.4 20.8 79
Chicago Great Western ........... 936 1,45 182,340 190,700 12 4 953 2473 66 533 490 37928 306826 7 6 8533 692 254 32 76 787 43815 6 29
Chi.,Milw.o St. P. Pac.1936 11 5 294,659 1,413,925 86971 30,22 17,429 64 497 506 275462 961843940 529 49 121 17 43605 2773 71,178 37 1,534 660 29 416 2 218 166 820 7 627 5 4
Chi., St. P., Minneap. & O. 1936 1 236735 274,470 16201 4608 2 63.4 607 503 3 07 299974 131,332 102 23 25 167 3478 7,668 11 146 97 14,007 1284 562 28.5 12 70 006 3 184 421.6 110
1935 16 0 190,870 198,577 9 ,615 3, 2,32 61.6 56.1 5. 2509 22,799 9,38 4 1 14 23 9 11.7 17,755 1, 9 2.0 357 23.2 2,029 414 6. 11,112,682 6.5 30.0 17.3 1
Great Northe............. 1936 09 729600 73246 29553 183 97 9153 66.8 58.7 51.9 1340,23 1,144,668 485,756 345 158 9.6 3 28 11,152 47,480 8.3 21,283 1,58 67 26.4 352 19.9 2,070 173 4.9 613,635 3839,874 7.0 25.9 21.0 814
1h. 935 8,067 3 1,252 637,448 20,813 18,562 11,65 61.5 63.1 49.2 1,350,122 1,179,872 459,979 336 914 1(6 9.0 142163 9,168 51,331 8.3 27,884 1,875 731 214.8 318 20.9 2,031 143 39.0 566,772 3,496,087 7.1 25.5 17.0 76
Minneap. St. P. & S. St. M... 1936 427 3 37 63 3 367781 5,774 6945 2,937 70.3 49.6 50.1 472,538 401,357 172,530 129 23 15.1 11,4 5777 17,18 63 15,691 1,135 488 24.8 34 20.0 1,392 148 83.6 207,182 1,055,247 5.1 5.8 117
1935 14,274 329,6 334,862 2,812 6:530 3,985 62.1 51.3 52.4 442,502 373,612 141,292 125 E4 24.2 13,589 3,646 17,235 6.1 17,325 1:138 430 21.6 294 21.9 1,181 126 72.2 205,264 1,080,038 5.
Northern Pacific ............. 1936 6 429 640019 698,337 49119 16,512 6,994 70.2 602 52.6 1,1,595 974,434 430,051 350 16 79 17.8 27,259 5,463 32,722 12.4 22,013 1,531 676 26.0 432 23.6 2,307 194 57.3 439,939 2,871,210 7.0 20.8 26.6 88
19n3ral,16t5ern Region: 1935 6 517,011 570,631 40:573 15,359 8,372 64.7 59.6 49.5 1,063,875 917,751 359,233 329 15 103 23.0 34,441 4;On 38;452 11,6 26:975 1:783 698 23.-l 326 21.5 2,000 165 58.3 4M9,356 2,676,872 6.8 26.1 23.8 60
Central Western Region:a1h0nO n6oR N t o n Jo & I n l Ju 1 9
Alto ...................... 1936 928 201,775 20208656 611 6. 1 318,849 275357 102945 71 3 29 28. 2,388 6,445 8833 26.4 29,557 54 24.7 405 26.9 3824 43 9.3 162,009 1,023,698 7.0 27.8 13.4 151
A1top........ (incl.. 935 921 169,200 171,410 1,770 3:43 2703 56.2 65.04 70. 6 273,047 231,157 83,5633 1 45.2 3,172 5,818 8,990 2,6 30 1 ,89 5 24.1 323 214.3 3239 135 68.7 163,028 878,619 7.0 35.3 & 125
P. & S. F. & G.C. & S.F.) 1936 13235 1,554,587 1665,924 65,081 39028 21,613 64.4 50.1 49.9 2,821,390 2,374,553 823,253 526 100 368 370 66,746 11,894 78,640 11.4 28,25 1,530 53 21.1 356 26.2 2,145 14o 605 1,48,574 10,762,722 8.5 31.1 18.7 151
1935 13,307 1,381,297 1,447,551 53,653 36,838 21,1859 63.5 53.8 50:. 2:607:078 2,217,679 736,662 478 165 360 35.9 75:783 10:169 85,952 13.2 30,261 1608 534 20.0 3014 24.0 1,977 131 5303 1,9417883 10,354,661 6,5 38.0 a/ 122
Chi., Burl. & Quincy.... 1936 8 969 1 362,526 1,443,164 59,629 33,212 20,181 62.2 60. 1 49.9 2,410,917 2,063,186 896,141 466 3 76 13.9 25,842 18,675 44,517 10.9 24,210 1, 662 70 694 414 3,14 1 95.7 1, 040,9763 5940,636 6.9 20.1 1.9 139
1935 8971 1,067,298 1,109,15 39,848 26,176 17,7144 59.6 55.9 50.8 1:832,811 1:579:533 636,483 457 5 115 19.9 33:459 11:909 45:368 9.5 26:821 1,;: 599 53 1
Chi., Rock I. & Pa. (incl. 5992o3 500 341,307,86911,03383935 8,30214714
Chi., Rock I. & Gulf).16 8,176 1,025,212 1, ,974 21973 11,514 656 53. 0 1,50,371 1307,69 ,033 3 325 44 2443 16,226 41,169 12.0 20,908 1,281 494 22.9 428 28.4 2,126 170 50.8 864,173 5,424,384 .7 32.7 21.2 130
19935 8,9 967,561 930,815 1,706 20,930 13,810 60. 55.1 1 9:7 1,;98;777 1:277,445 4540235 3170 32 45.o 1414 11.119 142.553 21.4 23,216 1.322 456 21.0 366 28.9 1,895 152 148.1 843,871 14931,876 6.4 2.1 19.8 123
Denver & R. G. n...........1936 2,74 248,787 2T77 8 30 920 6 128 3,258 65.3 52. 4 50 .9 480770 385,500 164,456 155 7 44 21.4 11,867 3,106 14,973 7.2 22,511 1,559 665 26.8 375 21.4 2,195 173 51.1 155,496 1,016,536 0.5 41.4 20.1 79
Denver & R. G. Wn1....... 9365 2 2 18890 20504 20702 424 2,927 62.2 .3 375558 30351 120,777 15254 24 2,463 15 633 364 1 97 69,9 37.5 8. 6
Southern Pacific-Pacific 32,56713,2252.
Lines .....................196 1,162 793 264, 141,518 37 889 19 494 660 601 2 669,610 2,289,478 7967 44 10 238 30.2 33,8o6 22,151 55,957 9. 32, 1,982 689 21.0 483 348 3,192 110 61.0 1,196,365 10,199,810 94 22.5 14.3 164
1935 8,589 992,133 1,069,0390 u4,037 321,428 29,280 61.5 6232,330,878 2,009,038 63170 262 330 314641 22,299 562,9914 2,0314 6145 19.73 2,651 111 53.9 1:008,686 8,764,8008 28.2 12.9 127
Union Pacifi ............ 1936 9 82 1 762 ,681 1,838, 893 111 897 47,309 26,976 63.7 57.4 50.3 3,476,531 2,937,099 1,114,028 624 58 200 22.7 38,860 18217 57077 14.5 32,972 1,680 637 235 661 44.0 3,910 149 76.3 1191,290 9,500,012 86 20. 177 187
Southwestern Region: 1935 9851 351,969 1,407,570 83 35 41,119 22,901 2 57.9 50.1 2:8148:567 2425,911 856,264 585 115 199 22.1 44,521 15:544 60065 17.2 36,879 1,807 638 20.8 505 37.7 3,103 138 59.2 914,014 7,672,300 10.0 27.4 / 136
Southwestern Region: 1936 282 362,526 367, 242 59 9 292 50 6 : 4. o 642.611 549.358 190,515 10% 25 79 38.5 4,864 4,647 9,511 38 28,194 1520 527 20. 681 52.3 002 109 63.1 25,08 2,134,501 6.9 26.0 13.3 138
Mo.-Kans.-Texas Lines 1. 936 3282 3 1 36 4 52 5 5 21 220 6 716 100 23,0 2,107,749 6.8 31.1 11.71 122
Missouri Pacific. 136 7 201 1,291 785 1 355,906 32135 32,986 21303 60.8 60.3 50.8 2,507,300 2,171,096 819,038 354 61 131 23.8 14,443 22,942 37,385 3.5 28866 1,689 637 24.8 771 51.1 3922 146 869 724,105 4,316,901 6.5 25.9 20.2 135
............. 935 7,208 986,11 1,0 175 23,978 25,070 16,1 60.9 55 50 7 1,879,8* 1,603,682 593,309 271 120 176 30.8 18,762 17,953 36,715 3.8 29,919 1,632 604 23.7 578 40.1 2,940 135 64.6 671,570 4,157,250 6.8 39.6 16.8 116
St. Louis-San Francisco. 1936 4 888 636,027 64o,438 8 029 13,110 7,206 64.5 52.5 49.5 928,733 785,365 307275 279 104 65 14.5 17,041 6,726 23,767 6. 23,226 1,238 484 23.4 446 29.5 2,168 160 49.9 427,154 2,402,350 6.3 17.1 18.1 121
St Louis1Sa4,Frn 1935 999c 1063 575997 7477 11937 7332 61.9 51 49.1 853,252 72622 2,6 9 266 135 66 14. 21:846 4:674 26,520 8.2 23,572 1,274 492 23.5 378 26.0 2:005 144 44.6 384868 2,184388 6.5 11.4 /
St Louines Southwestern ................... 1936 1,76 23,6 29365 366 7,733 4,175 64.9 59.9 53.5 515,87 441,681 145,633 102 7 11 9.2 3130 3,214 6,344 4.9 28,298 1,565 516 18.8 798 65.2 2,842 110 84.7 76,826 327,837 5.1 155 88
Lines...... ............... 1,77 237374 239605 3194 6258 3479 64.3 55.9 53.6 413672 353782 116431 100 9 11 9.2 3438 2,712 6,150 76 28,506 1,497 493 18.6 62 57.0 2,345 101 71.1 87,139 343,990 5.4 9. 15.2 93
Texas & New Orleans 1936 4 415 555 324 557 386 7613 13155 7374 64.1 57.2 51.4 929,508 814,347 272,365 207 36 59 19.5 7,527 11,562 19,089 7.2 27,093 1,480 495 20.7 484 36.4 2,127 95 64.9 296,425 2063,919 8.6 35.8 10.0 109
1935 141429 771 48 4973 8,046 nU:044 6,793 61.9 56.3 50.6 775,235 676,639 225:791 183 65 58 19.0 7,314 10,794 18,1o8 7.0 25:823 1,406 469 20.4 436 34.5 1:821 97 57.4 292,503 2,006,411 8.6 34.2 9.2 106
Texa & Pacific. ............1936 1 945 260,282 260,282 1 413 7.844 4.934 61.4 59.6 49.8 556,1435 479,352 157,722 60 62 98 44.5 2,231 4,653 6,884 3.7 30,082 1,844 607 20.1 803 65.1 2,796 94 40.8 219,999 1,654,644 7.5 28.3 14.o 145
1935 1095 231,1143 231,1143 1,2W3 6,683 14,855 57.9 57,8 48.2 :313 42o, 1717 127,61411 81 69 71 32.2 3,131 3,995 7,126 5.6 29,655 1,822 553 191 598 514.1 23&3 93 376 208152 1,51,820 3 2
See explanatory note on opposite side of this sheet. 70645-o s Go RMET P TNG FCE 6
Not available.
_/ Includes Los Angeles & Salt Lake, Oregon Short Line, Oregon-W-eshington R.R. & Navigation Co., and St. Joseph & Grand Iseland, leased January 1, 1936.
(OVER)






1I -ste.72.'

Subject to revision


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08731 3291 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


BUREAU OF STATISTICS


h "-



U.S. EPOUNTOlf


Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways--Selected Items for the Month of March, 1936, Compared with March, 1935. for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000


Stmet No. M-200O
MARCH, 1930


FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE

Loomotive-miles Cr-miles Ton-mile (housands) d obeo of road locor o freight ar Gr Pounds
Region, road, and year ton-mis ton-maii Net e Net Car. Net of coal per tocmo- Per cent Pounds Locomo-
miles Ne-----ton-ton,-miles n-i--1,gross ies P.a Cr-r Puten- v
per per s t- on-e n mmilesoe leso .Tr ta ps- on
o e Train. i dPer oGro Net serviceable Pr train-hur, train-mile miles miles tn mile ton miles, Psen ger- trin service- per pa-* miles
ra s d MGPrPt ULoadedEmptyPer_ _centUn- cent Per cent x e ding excluding per pe r rper s -tof per Train-mile ea arr a l o an er-
o ( s loa loaded bound Includln Exoludbng Revenue st eeo- serv. Home Foreign Total service- tiesad carand mile d ay day e tire- omo- e- tive
(p) (6 ana)a) sao) loaded out of( looomotivs locomotives d non. N ot( 1or) ( a(0 102 (bl 2 tend ( tnden m2 t7endo1 ('2)( (84 mile d(y
total nd tend iners and tndersi revenue 1o ed a ble tenders tendertenders
() (2) (a) (4) (8) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (1() (1 ) (1 (16) (17 ) (1 ) (1) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (20) (30) (81) (82) (M) (84) (81) (a)


New England Region:
Boston & Albany ......................

Boston & Maine ..................... 193
1945
N. Y., New H. & Hartf......... 1936
1935
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson................- i196
1935
Del., Lack. & Western ...- 196

Erie (incol. Chl. & Erle).._l 936

Grand Trunk Western......... 1936
1935
Lehigh Valley ..... ..... ..... 1936
1935
New York Central ........... 1936
1935
New York. Chi. & St. L .... 1936
1935
Pare Marquette.................... 193
1905
Pitts. & Lake Erie.............. 193
1935
Wabash........ .......... 193
1935
Central Eastern Region:




Chicago & Eastern Ill...- 1936
1935
Elgin. Joliet & Eastern b/_- 1936
1935
Long Island 19n .... 1936
1935
Pennsylvania System.. 1936
1935
Reading................ 1936
1935
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio._.. 193
1935
Norfolk & Western............ 1936
1935
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line ............... 1936
1935
Central of Georgia....... ...... 1936
1935
Illinois Central (incl.
Y. &t V.) .... .... ....... 1936

Louisville & Nashville ........ 1936
1935
Seaboard Air Line............... 1936
1935
Southern _............ 1936
1935


m


2,031
2,04

2:0
992
992







2 101












2:1305
1,64
1,6





2,084














2,096
6:35

939


393
393
9,601
10,009
1,n4489
1,1152
3,050
3,057
2,1
2,
5,101
5,1148
1,8866
1,866

6:587


4,295
14,295
6,596
6,599


NO
265,699
283,833














2
29:55.8

34,6911







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690,5209
61,7081






66,86
175:4,15


2,6023,191



















39,001726
311,865
636,802
045,472


6140











519 257

1,218,279
1,165,5146
391,865


4825,4
;720
640,5
605,7;9
262,174
232,665
1,55910
1,461,831
1,042,155
1,001,701
518,229
5311,925
1,218:2769
1,165,56


146
1 3,147














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12,72365
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162

166,7755
619,755

256,668
20,154




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525,496
1,235,410









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3,6905

1,125,56


1602,294
1525,4498
16,235,41
l1l79,l75


10,2
















276
8,9665



































3 ,512


28,627
l,7M6
3i:709




20,211
21,11:4
4,985







171:!a7
196.4


631,7

2,851

2,15


368,2
355.544
50,534
4996
55,:620
40381
34,75
34:146
8,545
a:96

3,424
53.52
29,820
28,627
27,089
29,51a
4,753
3. 5b2
20,211
21,114


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;084
9,144
9297
11,686
11,015










11,753
91,377
69:,048





















12,6360
17,2236
15,451
10,300
9,355




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42:46



4,458
4,331


289
317
92,605
96,092





24,574
25,785
14,042
13,641

5:31


22, 966
22,760
13,040
12,660
28,186
26,836


1 ,306

















6,87
9,21:564

1,992










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274

















7,012
7,961

29,2758


2,2624


















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16,5130
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6,721
71,069
9.258
6,81;
6.425





















12,990















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32.59




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1,662
1,600





7,128
7.9618
29,117
29.275
17,875
18,169


2,262
2,157
22,968
2,1,241


6,721
7,000
12,990
13.994


50.8
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776, 629
791,823



47'6,436

62,991
839,564

6, 3645,485
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226, 120








1,913,485
426,646
554:449
328,930
331,985
226,
2o06:899
29,251
31,049
7,23269o
7,6N4,962
879,140
956,928

3,464:432
2,276,569
2,402,791



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1,813,823
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184,195
22,021
23,219

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6:35754:44
3:1'59:4V9
2,096,767
2,1 1,71d
784,96;
75359947
309,403
287,916
2, 36,251

1,608,644
1,591,,047
747,004
730,690
1,535,754
1,509,199


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246 14
258,697


158,61
137,465





r38,100
689l22
246,226
226:043
109,011
142,367
361,8689
560:639
121,4,028
1,337,430


121 1i
127:7M

91,379

6,941a
2,744.469
3,036,767
L58,541
401511~

1,46,1537
.71.5857
1,048,029
1,136,990
261,668
251,644
119,044
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200
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143
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100
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219
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100
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516

214
229

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2,289
2,828
6,066
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14,676









10,817










10,191
16,703
24,301



















3,8801
4,273
12,159












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11,o109
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22,237
27,627
11,012


15,1


621
763


28,704
33,231

;2:V179
34,0
32,681
20,199
25,238

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39,014
19:618
593:71
43321

11:5742
22,2372


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19 46



1:3


14,97












3,132
12,295
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8,931







8,649
27,863
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3,971
5,251











38,1756
3,132
69,584
45,535
12,s80
9.633
10,515
11,2 23
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U,57
9,701
89046


18, 906
15,176
6,602
7,374
6,600
5,958
18,175
15,955


26,656

2409
12
15,4Z71







201,022
19.1459

21 3
168,6



3:,122

13,954
12,4974











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2,1022









142,8684
19,459













51,246
1,8341
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4,143






282,900





933214
16,342
27,090





643,6379
48,451
2063242

12,0309
11,416
4:1,931


562
24,808
25,762


5'0,4108
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6:,985






213,060
28:847

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2355.17
28,830
25,169
27,179



24,678
28,879
27,642
28,830
17,246
17,786
5,642
5,777

34;'39

8:551
47,961
52,603
46,576
49:5g6

20,984
21,029
21,306
22,5040
22.3514

23, 550
24,433
23,744
23,229
20,584
21,3t8


1,289
1,265









190
1:9;

2,74
















1,867
1,919







2,244
2,222



















1:?596
1:63
5 ,110
5.478
1,769
1,812
2,012
2,115
2,158
1,561
1,64571
2,061
1,991
762
749



1:?J6

3,474
3,795
3:234
3,365



1:611


1,6
1,4



1,267
1,303


426
435



646





646


917
98





7803
725





















922
7642
816





611
598
699
963

1,302


267
7 59


326


1,004
1,094
902
1,026
1,610
2,059
1,664
1,781
410
417

44r9

6191

765

4902
494
505


241
270

32





6451

358
















55
448
46
441


















1132
422
847
736


140
189

















F 66
4437

aJ4




250
259





259




5141
106;







384

512


5602
981
9






466
240


5,018
':9216



3:11110


9,053
9,033
7:14










29
7.55





1 05


3 '
9,055
4 ;59


6:945







4,202
4,372












61,997
6,860
735
9,033

7982
,920
15,518
18,123

7,093
1697
60
2,036


14,900

2:929


4,766
4,690


1,996
1,8668

2:160


'106",301



166,8
1

1












5466,816
462,656
105OR0?















9? 1
262,894
241,209
3,181,146
3,045,910
127,262
125,475
110,626
111,068






261,728
2535,412


265,469
266,393







262,536
164,790


56,0o68
535,510
3,21,302
93,05399









14014,935
391,30 7
362,591
357.096
282,536
292,790
821, 043
777,995
212,126
205,518


T71,204
793,053
%:0626
549179
1,0 46,988
1,022,726


1,60t,44H1

191,598


4777,3259














3.1971:659




6!
625,120
613,:164
212,846710
2,872,150





2,097,218












6,96476
2:030,42
25,392,028
25.549,552
667,267
709,007









26,"036926
1,3927














1, ;561,53

5,25,6,070
-140,12:
I:oy9:047
1:54 432
6,962,659
7,500,182
1:3004,870
1,04836

1,128,3
979,20


N3.558362
3,17,399
26,880,569
24,478,34,
1,463,116
1.373,153
2,282,7
2,213,5;4
1,84927
1,822399

7,7616,6564
1,392,784
1.561,537

1.071,02;
6,985.477

5,40,152

Z,029,196
:l,1:1358
6:,823:618
6,759,470


Note: Effective with carrier reports for the month of January, 1936, the rules relative to operating statistics of large steam railways were revised with the following effect on this statement: Miles of road operated (column 2), number of
looomotives on line (columns 14 to 17 inlusive), and number of freight oars on line (oolums 18 to 21 inclusive) were changed from averages for the month to actual figures as of the close of the month. Freight train and locomotive-
miles columns 3 and 4) and the ton-mile of freight locomotives (included In column 11), which formerly applied only to freight trains and the freight proportion of mixed train, based on car-miles, were changed to apply to freight
trains and all mixed trained handling more freight-train oars than passenger-train cars. Passenger train-miles columnn 31) were changed, in similar manner, to apply to paeenger trained and all mixed trains handling more passenger-
train oars than freight-train oars. uel consumption per oar-mile In passenger service (oolum 35) ase changed from consumption per oar-mile in steam looomotive trains to consumption per oar-aile in all tralne includingg motor-car
trains). Carriers were not required to rework 1935 figures aooording to the revised rules, but they have in some oaees supplied considerable data. In other oases, the figures shown in this statement for last year were restated by
the carriers from last yearne reports, or inserted from such reports by the Bureau of Statieticlo
Not available.
No paesenger-train service.


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Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION MARCH,1936

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of March, 1936, Compared with March, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000--Continued.




FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE
Number of road loooBo- Number of freight oars
Locomotive-miles Car-mile Ton-mile thousand ) ties on line on line Gros Gross Net PoundLocomo- Percent Pound Locoo-
ton-miles ton-miles Net Net Net Cac- Net of coal per Loc n- of Loal t o-
Region, roadNandtyeai Miles u Pe oal ton-i er-
ofIroad Train-NetSleservioeable Per r p er ton- miles ton- miles to-mil 1,000 gro miles Paseoger- ser-ice- per pus- nils
R Train- Per Gros Net Serviteable Per train-hour, train-mile, miles miles pems toilesof pon e Passenger- able of c eiger- per
opera.' .ed & mi Principal Ioaded Empty Per P cent Un- ent Perucent excluding excluding per lord per including l er Trai-miles tslin
opernaedPEmpty Perccarcaroad per lre oaiocoomo- car-l e-
Principal Loaded E p r cent east- an-- m- u.svl p locomo-o locomo- train- c- locomo- co tram loo a n loc-
and Light (thou- (tho- cent loaded bound Including Excluding Revenue Not oe- e- Home Foreign Total service- ties and ties and mile car- day y dy tires and e- o o- ar- te-
helper sands) sands) loaded east of locomotives locomotives and non- Stored able ice- able tenders tender mled tender y tires iie dy
total and tenders and tenders revenue stored able
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16)..(171 (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)

Northwestern Region:
Chi. & North Western ........... 1936 1,075,804 1,146,5358 30, 2547 16,163 61. 5.4 52.1 1,857,065 1,602,46 556,53 362 12 260 34.9 5,0 19,9 57,956 .0 22,017 1,495 519 21.5 277 20.9 2,1148 136 50.0 1,032,479 6,304,613 6.7 36.6 20.9 9
1935 8,4 899,852 944,725 23, 22:856 12,980 63.5 52.1 549.9 1:617,067 15397,696 Z90,97* 402 104 271 534.7 40479 19,544 60,3235 .3 23,691 1,559 54 21.5 259 18.9 1,579 116 40.0 966,4358 6,085,065 7.2 31.2 19.7 50
Chicago Great Western 1936 1,1458 245,65 245,79 1097 7,229 4,35 62. 58.2 515 527,457 443,39 163,009 46 1 2.7 6 22.6 77o 1629 6714 5.2 11.8 15.5 11
6 5 2595 4736 4 :45 5,2.1,607 142 914.6
.3 1456 230:, 2308 V :255 :539 4:, 59, 56.9 .8 157F2 41,32 1 62 14 4 7.7 2;4734 2912 556 5.2 2999 1,756 6234 22.0 859 64-.7 3,150 134 79.2 160,634 66,05 5.2 13.0 / 10
Chi., Milw., St. P. & Pac..1936 1,115 1,356,1201,451,277 63,801 35,193 22,853 60.6 53.5 50. 2,578,192 2,262,062 893,359 456 101 139 20.0 43,458 18,383 61,81 3.3 25,12 1,677 662 25.4 433 28.1 2,593 130 70.0 919,34 5,525,870 6.4 17.3 17.8 130
1935 11,120 1,207,498 1,269,762 58,917 31,866 20,797 60.5 49.8 49.6 2,301,731 2,022,603 800,819 353 105 207 29.8 50,800DO 15.522 66,322 2.8 26,571 1,681 666 25.1 390 25.6 2,323 17 61.7 920,101 5.374,878 6.2 23.7 17.4 131
Chi., St. P., Minneap. & Om...1936 1,637 227,99 241,094 11,742 4,669 2,714 63.2 55.6 51.4 344,077 29,068 118,576 68 39 7 25.5 3,496 4,813 5,09 8.6 16,54 1,00 526 25.4 393 24.4 22,57 128 55.8 196,525 1,243,612 6.5 29.4 16.1 94
1935 1,644 1 422 201,170 9,395 4,099 2,230 64.8 55.1 50.0 289,506 246,739 89,888 60 51 49 30.5 2,112 6,651 8,763 10.7 18.455 1,270 463 21.9 324 22.8 1 764 128 42.1 196,335 1,273,419 6.8 32.7 14.2 103
Great Northern. ... ....1936 093 74,197 744,281 27,081 22.946 12,860 94.1 63.5 50.6 1645,11 1,446,920 o ,642 348 69 181 30.3 7,860 11,097 48,957 9.4 27,651 1,951 780 25.2 587 23.9 2,307 132 42.5 670,560 4,286,765 7.5 27.1 17.1 80
1935 8,1 6728 679,275 2536 206 11287 64.7 61.9 51.0 1,445119 1,26,057 498,162 5 87 13 30.2 2,350 9,307 51657 8.3 2482 1887 7 24.1 12 20.0 1,998 19 7.5 624,,822,612 7.1 25.5 17.1 76
Minneap.. St. P. & S. St. M.1936 4,273 353,305 391,671 5,76 ,407 3,992 67.8 51.6 52.9 5,99 489,099 198,127 120 38 24.1 12,047 4,168 16,215 5.3 19,600 1,285 521 23.6 382 23.9 1,496 113 82.7 227,104 1,176,428 5.2 31.8 14.7 110
1935 4,274 355,088 359,579 2,963 7,089 4,047 63.7 4.53 50.0 478,147 403,788 153,535 112 39 25.8 13,692 3,131 16,823 6.2 18,080 1,143 1 434 21.7 291 21.1 1,159 121 74.0 227,775 1,199,200 5.3 33.3 14.5 94
Northern Pacific..... 1936 6,42 69,10 701,484 49,318 19714 7600 72.2 60.1 52.4 135,404 1,135,712 492,124 27 17 102 22.9 27,894 5,206 33,100 12.1 26,94 1,781 772 25.0 479 26.6 2,471 159 3 472,26 ,187,537 75 0.5 21.7 80
1935 6,416 575,859 634,822 47,187 18,137 8,166 69.0 61.1 52.2 1,201,080 1,039,054 424,901 330 21 104 22.9 33,5863 4,212 35,075 11.4 27,462 1,815 742 23.4 355 22.0 2,136 159 8.8 487,331 2,9594,976 7. 25.7 22.1 77
C oen Westerno Region: 1936 928 198,672 201,182 1,807 4,280 2,691 61.4 64.1 48.6 318,139 275,516 99,314 71 1 29.4 2.30 6,457 8,78 24.2 32,081 1,392 502 23.2 363 25.5 3,451 103 63.6 170,784 1,051,359 7.0 15.4 12.9 131
lto _1935 921 192.874 196,860 2,311 3,985 3,078 56.4 65.2 46.7 319,210 274,644 97.518 45 2 44 4.2 3:269 5,935 9,20 28.2 31,678 1,427 507 24.5 $6 25.0 3,415 121 75.5 156,481 997,364 7.3 35.3 / 140
Arch., Top & S. Fe (incl.
Gh.. To& S.rt andFp.& 13,23 1,700,72 1,:57567 75246 4 2,960 66. 5. .5 5,, 22 2, 33,3 97,569 527 3 36.4 65,525 12,70 7,305 12.2 31566 1,66 572 202 39 29.6 2,68 125 624 155209 11,6517260.9 16.9 145
19935 13,307 1 562,666 1 94,917 60,o44 43:025 214592 63.6 54.3 49.3 3,0244*9 2,579,8551 49,877 476 149 377 37.6 75,230 9,797 85,027 1358 31,134 1,653 545 19.8 5320 25.5 2,060 125 54.9 1,581,153 11,728,721 5.7 55 5/ 125
Chi., Burl. & Quincy .. ..,969 1,2,494 4,915 415 4,21 22,12 60.7 57.4 49.4 2,97156 2,069, 7,99 45 ..2 97 17. 27,94 4,609 42,59 .4 26,701 1,548 627 24.5 616 41.4 ,014 12 6.1 1,110,9 6,416524 7.2 15.4 1.0 143
1935........ 5,l:971 ,1:99,535 1,250,217 358413 31,119 19,696 61,2 55.5 149.9 2,141,565 1;857;544 767,765 451 5 120 20.5 33,159 11,991 45,180 9.2 27,520 1,555 645 24.7 546 36.1 2,761 125 72.1 1,077,55 5,979,586 7.0 20.5 15.1 140
Chi.. Rack I. & Pac. (incl. 6 .315 21 5673
Chi. Rock I. & Gulf)- ...-1 936 16 1,213,099 ,2414 6.8 26,807 16959 6 56.1 50 1 699 1,5,706 52,23 374 5 341 47.4 25,0 12,095 32 1 23,71 1,5362 1 42 21.7 479 36.0 2,297 55.71200
1935 5; 1,099,395 1,110357 46 2 0 67 5.1 1,7 2 1,491,9 505, 354 21 353 4.5 31,5 11,150 25 1,59 460 21.0 52 0. 1,965 49.3 930 6 6. 32. 1. 120
Denver & R. G. Wno.t...........-1936 2,54 254,50 27,967 27,49 6607 2,99 69.2 51.5 1.1 493,55 396,99 168,642 153 1 46 21.6 12,924 3,157 1601 6.2 25,01 1,567 666 255 349 19.8 2,105 164 47.1 171,508 1,153,719 6.7 417 1.9 82
1935 2,602 206,939 225,258 22,47 5,429 3,075 635 42.7 47.9 4415,617 335,571 135,027 149 15 54 24.8 12.827 2,397 15,224 6.2 25,261 1,627 654 2149 282 17.7 1,674 163 36.3 171,010 1,093,697 6.4 40.5 15.7 50
Lines acific-Pac c 6 6 1......................061.....4 1.....1419,645 159,75 42559 24,581 6.4 61.0 49. 5,07,877 2,652,222 89,676 1 447 4 24 531.8 32,966 23,600 56,566 9.7 33,234 2,044 69 21.0 512 35.4 3354 109 64.9 1,273,947 10,773,21 9 264 14.0 155
1935 604 077,8201,163,133 1 2302 551 214 605 4.8 2,576,979 2226036 73144 362 14 273 34.2 3437 2677 5,055 9.1 33,317 2,076 62 20.4 44 42.6 2,746 109 55.5 111,18 9,714,629 9. 29.0 13.0 137
Union Pacific / .............. 936 929 ,66,401,72617 105,713 51,79 2,049 64.9 57.6 4. ,616,919 3105,129 1,103,62 560 7 24 2.1 39,49 1636 56275 15.0 3,57 1,77 667 21. 627 45.4 ,621 129 67.0 1,207,210 10,4659 9.9 7. 14.9 160
1935 98;54 1;5s2;464 1;6514,672 105,5635 349303 26,188 65.3 56.1 49.5 3,403,027 2,906,241 1,065,575 548 103 238 26.8 45.882 16,45 60,340 18.0 358,1358 1,49 675 21.6 571 40.5 3,488 121 63.5 1,0N4,941 5,493,521 9.5 27.7 5/ 132
Southwestern Region:
Mo.-Kans.-Texas Lines ............. 16 9,457 34,675 6,273 10,145 6,51 607 47.5 46.9 718,474 619,297 208,886 2 81 4,62 087 2 30,3936 699 560 22 62 0 226
19oE935 3,25 2 95775 $5,393 4,927 8:975 6,063 59.7 47.3 45.7 645,419 550,36 184,293 853 50 .4 5:706 991 97 3.4 2929 1593 54 20.5 678 554 1:812 4 5.4 356299 23 ,007 6.9 .1 11.4 121
Missouri Pacific .......... ....1936 7201 1,176,961,217,426 26,6 ,36 2014 62.3 57.2 9.0 2,39,76 2,092,102 770.1 6 96 139 25.2 15,02 18,618 533,941 .5 31,530 1,73 66 2. 699 48. 3,1450 124 7.2 737,57 4,561,59 6.9 29. 16.6 123
1935our 7, 1,097,192 1,131,165 25,349 29,322 16,525 63.5 53.3 51.1 2:1014501 1,532936 714,088 271 109 179 52.0 18,803 17,329 36,132 3.5 30,495 1,675 6 24.4 632 4.5 3,196 131 66.3 752,45'4 4,633,46 6.7 35.9 114. 115
St. Louis-San Francisco... 1936 4, 62,326 66,92 8,20 14,662 ,6 62.9 51.7 47.1 1,04054 893,529 47,118 269 10 71 16.0 1,50 7 1 26,211 6.2 24,619 1,12 510 2.7 427 2.7 2,291 l 50.7 458,457 2,641,709 6 2 16.4 122
1935 14,993 630o924 636,307 5,915 13,353 85295 61.7 52.5 50.1 952,035 510,215 306,511 266 153 65 13.4 21,155 4,647 25,805 7.4 23,784 1,287 457 23.0 354 27.1 1,982 139 4.0 1424,084 2,415,978 6/ 111
^LineSt. ~ u 196 176 27,11 28,01 5656 7,6 5 622 56.1 49.8 541,261 467,567 157,213 100 7 11 9.3 2,965 2,985 ,951 14.5 1,179 1,691 565 20.0 823 66.2 2,569 93 77.2 51,95 345,5808 .0 18
Lines ...... ... ........... 1936 1, 277,115 251,001 3,6564 2 .102 3,25 2,4:25,1:U941 2 9 .20 6 6.2 2,31652089
1935 .77.4 269,498 272,917 3,617 6794 14,65 60.14 52.3 51.2 71,627 4n4:135 129,372 99 10 9.2 3:525 2:9 03 7 28 1504 a 19.0 658 57.2 2,55 100 7.3 $ 4. 5.9
Texas & New Orleans................ 1936 4,415 555,660 556,51 4,412 1,48 7,922 63.0 52.2 50.6 963,465 850,5 299,666 198 40 58 19.6 7,198 12,561 19,759 7.4 27,753 1,59 542 22.2 497 35.5 2,19 7 60.5 314,79 2,204,736 .7 5.7 9.6 111
1935 4,429 525,172 525,589 5,464 12161 7,49 62. 53.0 50.4 85,114 751,4 261,662 178 72 57 1.6 7,479 10,449 17,92 .5 26,59 1,440 501 21.5 46 4.9 1906 92 55 325,69 2,196,25 .5 3.9 9. 106
Texas & Pacific... 1936 1,945 26,44 26,44 1,457 ,623 6,092 58.6 57.0 46.6 631,463 546,505 173,855 61 9 144.5 2,365 5,21 7,578 3.5 31,007 1914 609 20.2 774 65.5 2,53 90 42.2 2,5 1,11,21 7. 29.6 1.0 142
1935 rc c ... 261:54 261853 1,730 7,720 5,392 58.9 57.7 4s.6 560,561 483,747 155,913 75 73 65 31.2 2,981 35.56 6,537 6.4 30,551 1,849 596 20,2 718 60.5 2,555 90 35.5 254,750 1,747,053 7.4 22.4 13.0 139
See explanatory note on opposite sIde of this sheet
S/ Not available.
/ Includes Los Angeles & Salt Lake, Oregon Short Line, Oregon-Washington R. R. & Navigation Co., and St. Joseph & Grand Island, leased Jamnuary 1, 1936.
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IS iste 2.2es93o
Subject to revision


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA .A' L


111IIII li I IIIII U11 11111 I INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Statement No. M -200
3 1262 08731 3309 3 APRIL, 1936
BUREAU OF STATISTICS



Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of April, 1936, Compared with April, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above ,


FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE

Looomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles thousandss) Number of road loomoB- Number of freight oare
tiresonlino on line Grsos GroP Net Nouns Louond o Pereent Pound Locomo-
Region, road, and year -] to-miles ton-mriles Net ton- Net Car- Net of coal pet tll-- un- of coal tire-
per Pas servto o s mis
miles Train- Per Gross Net Serviceable cent trai urtram a, rain-niile, aties n ies l ton e rs Train-miles P ger- rt ain as- oilse
operated miles Principal laded Empty PePe r n n- e eloig loaded per car- roader nc ing lo o- cariles c arsir total tai looo-
helper Light (to (a ) loaded ed bound Including Excluding Revenue Not taere- service- tires and ties and mile day day day ties and tine-o a
east of locomotives locomotives and non- Stred stored ablce- able tenders tenders tendr day
total and tenders and tenders revenue able
(l) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (117 (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (23) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)


New England Region:
Boston & Albany ............... 1936
1935
Boston & Maine__..... ........1936
1935
N. Y.. New H. & Hartf....... 1936
1935
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson ........ 1936
1935
Del., Lack. & Western........... 1936
1935
Erie (incl. Chi. & Erie).. 1936
1935
Grand Trunk Western...... 1936
1935


Lehigh Valley


New York Central ......... .. 1936
1935
New York, Chi. & St. L ....... 1936
1935
Pere Marquette .......- 1936
1935


Pitts. & Lake Erie

Wabash .. ..
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio .


..1936
1935
1936
1935
. ......... 1 936
1935


Central of New Jersey ._1936
1935
Chicago & Eastern I111.... 1936
1935
Elgin, Jol-iet & Eastern hi/- 1936
1935
Long Island ........ .......... 1936


Pennsylvania System..

Reading ..... ... ..........
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio ....


...... 1936
1935
..1936
1935
..... 1936
1935


Norfolk & Western .......... 1936
1935
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line ...... 1936
1935
Central of Georgia 1936
1935
Illinois Central (incl.
Y. & M. V.) .... ... 1936
1935
Louisville & Nashville...... 1936
1935
Seaboard Air Line.......... ..... 1936
1935
Southern....--............ 1936
1935


?37)

1,972

2,019
2,00

831
835
381
992
2,298
2,305
1.027
1,:00


10, 789
11, 06
1 612
1 6 1
2, 081
2,096
234
234

2:431
5
6 6
66:3261
681
684
931
939

446

3J3
9,801
10,009
1,1449
1:452
3,050
3,057



5,101
5,148
1,886
1,886
5:1046a
6,566
6,587



4,295
4,295
6,596
6,599


135,634
125,189
290,460
277,232
3r,463
335,239
212,304
2o4,16s



675,338
619,789

245,oB



2, 7? 2,512
2:3 4:283
469,601
416, 867
384,288
348,147
75,305
5 :900
578,
554

1 :4kk-

151,055
137A,09

14,27183
95,037
87,029










605, 114
528,160
r46ogi4











615,940
603,279
24 ,018O
22 ,332
1,488,so0
1,348,551
1,o42,9521
9137,484












51,054

516,663
1,217,8141
1,07o,680o


14o,612
129,759
339,313
311,619
430,229
409,233
29t, 747
28, 331
428,937
385,529
708,813
644,34
280,6s80
245,132



2,881, 480
2,413,292
4173,522
419,921
402,143
369,34 I
77,373
57;506
586,766
562,001



170,883
154,3 88
172,394
150,928
96,391
88,027
28,469
33,539
3,331,098
2,728,852



817,921
751,518
645,611
551,oo5
618,181
606,588
245,698
227,902
1,496,730
1,355,734
1, 134, 59
983,463
531,462
533,280
1, 235,367
1,084,905


9,476
8,694
33,346
30, 254
21,87
20,24
37.319
33,851



34,389
36,112

1,750



181,021
143,526
6,190
4: 416
6,869
3,606

15
12, 042
11,436
173,858
152.368
30,393
28,223

2,893:454

1,614
1,181



374,112
276,244
54,574



31,10 4
23,072
8,41l4
8,430
4,161
3,426
27,643
26:663
28,337
24,204
,888
,599
21,065
17,241


3,319
3,083
9,823
9,323
11,89
11,144
7538
7,070
12,472
o10,616
28,447
25,862
7642
6W18
12?,66
11,593
91,167
76,554
16,484
13,825
10,175
8,814:
2,786
1,937
11,623
1 842

39,29.
5,136
4,706
4,192
3,469
2,518
2,000
28
32$
100,909
83,613
11.874
10, 426
34,897
28,950
25,09
19,824
13,132
12,588
,251
4972
35,360
31,318
24,485
19,299
12,837
12,433
28,135
24,231


1,621
1,410o
5,026
4,Z414
6,063
6,119
4,153
44953
6,360
6,024
14,747
14,158
4,366
4,336
i6,832

60, 81
50o,99
9,670
8, 416
6,243
5,889
1,966
1,611
10,153
10,885
23,638
22, 9b3
3,080
3,298
2,097
2,311
1,468
1,409

2^8

61,701
52,:60
7,109
7,219
24,69
24,471
15,826
13.892
8,625
8.823
2,014
2,311
19,073
19,994
N5874
14,425
6,o809
7,821
13,178
13,214


67.2
68.6
66.2
67.9
66.2
64.6
64.5
61.1
66.2
63.8
65.9
64.6
63.6
60.7


60.0
6o.o
60.2
63.0
62.2
62.0
59.9
58.6
54.6
63.4
60.7
64:7
60:1
62.5
58.8
66.7
60.0
63.2
58.7
50.7
53-3
62.1
61.4
62.6
59.1



61.3
58.8
60.4
58.8

8-3
65.0
61.0
60.7
57.2
65:4
61.
68.1
64.7


68.2
66.9
57.2
64.7
62.0
62.7
63.6
68.2
62.8
59.6
67.3
68.2



66.0
64.1
59.7
63.7
63.5
59.1
57.7
25.2
25.6
56.7
52.1
60.6
59.9
70.5
71.3
52-7
56.7
47.1
45.9



61.2
60.9

269.4
42.4
42.8
42.4
42.8
63.0
63.3
51.8
49.8
60.3
60.1
63.0
62.8
57.3
60.0
58.6
58.5


49.1
49.4
48.1
55.8
49.8
50.3


49.98
46:1

51.

51.0
50.0



49.1
5249.
49.8
51.0
51.0
50.0

52.2
49.o
50.0
49:9
4. 9

52.4
51.1
47.0
48.5
52.6
52.0



48.7
49.5

5 1.6

47.2
50:1

49.o
50.2
51.2
49.4
48.8
50.5
50.0

49:5
51.5
50.7
49
*:9


212,509
196,439
631,194
583,675
737,572
705.867
530,76
509,123
887,628
787,779
1,922,709
1,707,7148
518,999
455,979



6,577,095
5,388,385
1,091,680
922,221
748,292
650,275
257,694
176,790
1,178,473
1,127,822
3,322,Os6
2,U97,237



291,185
255,o05
212,218

2o, 290
175,468

33,
7,796,048
6,216,on1



3,126,375
2,679,040
2,251,974
1.750,976
660,290
620,535
34o0,769
325,347
2,526,560
2,282,937
1,949,671
1,547,705
8 4,896
827,172
1,797,435
1,555,506


176,148
162,057
549,867
508,742
647,402
613,678



741,496
656,oo4
1,686,194
1,529,238
454,4oo00
399,485
789,153
730,100
5,857,629
,769,070
976,428
819,990
648,3 43
559,43o
234,608
160,931
1,031, 89
987,645
2,863,902
2,327,556

346,383
327,258
253,652
222,473
189,591
154,642
21,9599
25,301
6,812,949
5,476,192
841,221
743,526
2,851,418
2,431,886
2,020,078
1,560,46a
126, 98
90,706
285,254
272,982
2,189,k4o
1,974.170
1,708,768
1,347,444
736,638
737,730
1,5332o,759
1,332,s66


60,272
56,665
196,714
184,529
234,309
220,917
215,209
202,112
291,706
256,350
634,508s
563,815
158,445
129,451

29z:M93
2,327,218
1,s84o,679
363,189
292,071
233,741
199,358
127,455
83,108
344,689
310,o40
1,294,86
975,4566
166,587
154,949
106,217
86,613
94,713
74,671?



2,985,476
2,296,352
402,075
346,084
1,5g7,643
1,260,168
1,082,921
778,800
241,921
221,871
110,264
103,118
886,339
764,156
804,353
600,6146
258,489
233,818
601, 615
485,445


49
134
121
170
172
113

162
128
199
199
so80
75
144
149
900
713
148
125
118
111
29
21
137
130
638a
57
59
58
4
2

56
53
29
32
1,321
1,214
19


34
266
216

22 1
267
99
102
635
604
328
304
218
225
459
393


2,349
2,921
8,165
8,679
13,083
15,611
8,385
11,387
13,321
16,730
17,469
23,757
3,863
4,208
11,811
14,056
105,796
8/
6,278
8,679
8,547
11,025
13,595
15,760
10,007
12,276
68,213
77,116
11,045
12,800
3,246
3,573
8,205
8,014
626
779
200,293
237,947
25,178
32,055
41, 946
45,066

3: 071
19,941
23,327
3,787
6.529



,532
9,751
11,397
22,964
27,515


4,711
4,181
8,173
7, 765
12,624
11,094
3.781
2,757
6,834
4,576
18,234
11,550
a,355
7, 816
7:91
10,242
4,543
72,080
a/
7,672
5,552
7,504
5,325
11,370
9,512
9,311
8,058
27,613
21,241
11,134
7,954
3,184
2,439







11,624
8,391



4032
8,926
6,368
2,843
2,095
19,501
15,348
11:.
8,945
5,099
1;, 986
1 .358


7,060
7,102
16,338
16:444
2 ,707
2 ;705
12,166
14,144
20,155
21,506
35,703
35,307
12,218
12,024
22,053
18,599
177,876
109,435
13,950
14, 231
16,051
16,350
24,965
25,272
19,318
20,334
95,823
98,357
22,179
20, 754
6,430
6,012
12,863
10,842

4: lg
266,948
282,694







28,867
4-.


7 IN67
29,695
6,630
8,624
57,438
59,798
47,484
55,230
15,696
1 ,496
40,950
42:87


21.9
24.0
14.8
14.3
16.2
14.2
5.3
5.0
16.0
12.6
4.5
6.8
13.3
17.9
8.0
8.9
18. 4
22.4

4:.6
4.8
4.2
41.6
39.1
5.0
.9
15.6
17.7
30.1
28.0
10.6
8.3
5.5
8.9
2.0
3.2
16.3
14.8
10^

7:4
1.7
2.0
2.5
21.25
24:2
24.7

7.1
25.9
30.1
33.9
23.1
29:6
2.5
3.9
14.3
15.:


21,616
21,544
23,144
25,797
26 ,L5
26:,o
29,a884
30,010
31,601
31,806
41,858
41,012
31,863
31,931
36,41
34,584
35,860
35,222
37,341
36,188
28,107
27,087
41,805
41,909

36,816
36:9 6
26,483
25,775
27,613
29,672



5,951
21:6
56,87




32,266
32,552
24,504
25,503



48,118
44,130
20,578
20,298
21,599
22,150
25,365
25,611
24,720
23,536
2 ,839
2 ,o022
20,527
20,859


1,304
1.301
1,903
1,845
1,888
1,857
2,201
2,195
1,951
1,924
2,5:411
2,483
1,669
1,651
2,072
1,984
2,156
2,082
2,082
1,968
1,692
1,609
3,124
2,940
1,802
1,807
2,057
1,897
2 U
2,395
2,441
1,482
1,487
2,044
1,818
809
792
2,387
2,255
2,042
2,005
3.02
3,16





1,182
1,212
1, 480o
1,472
1,642
1,483

1, 53
1,
1,275
1,250


446
455
681si
669
683
668
1,020
996
768
752
945
915
582
535
834
801
860o
803
774
701
610o
573
1,697
1,518
602
567
930
795
1,152
1,156
621
579
1,021
878



1,046
945
976
933
2,022
1,770



368
457
458
599
570

to

410
498
455


4,30"12
4,702
3,325
3,063

3,845
3,601


9,895
8,615
9,206
8,154
5,142
4,286
8,031
7,359

5:15n4
7,241
5,862
3 74
3:171
18,169
11,855
4, 719
4,245
6 780
5,144
8,152
7,551
3,802
3,075
7,271
5:57;



10,154
7,645





16,830
12, 96
1,581
1,437
1,949
1,823
4,499
3,867



2,o006
1,815
3,040
2,452


233,127
231,461
528,234
584,522
762,026
735.266
100,185
104,121
418,410
423,477
450,729
452,716
99,362
94,593
259,10

3, 103,137
2,964,701
123,636
122,613
109.565
109,202
62,681
59,771
257,703
245,799
1,113,899
1,1094,968
260,328
260,043
167,769
157,686





3 443,064


387,946

31j:,66,

269,696
282,726
703,659
674, 195
187.305
183,705
1,145,942
1,072,732



600,420
507,999
1, o020,639
987,983


2,628,229
2 923,534
5080,373
:791,078
636,665
633.272
2,720,025
2,823,039
2, 699,62
2:963,447
674,715
655,060
2,126,555
2,119,224
25, 686,661
25,492,863
652,U7
71: ;
552,733
562,508
299,939
262,437
1,630.463
1, Q,581
7 725,095
7,794,487
1,308,720
1,286,434
1,027,318
951,317



2d
28,695,350
27,847,782
1,520,398
1,363,819
2,488,042
2,364,120
1, 70,305
1,755,09
6,532.734
613111
1,200,766
1,319,718
8,897,465
8,530,278
5,030,076
5,307,573
4 392,175
3.716,7-
6,718,659
6,555.764


Note: Effective with carrier reports for the month of January, 1936, the rules relative to operating statistics of large steam railways were revised with the following effect on this statement: Miles of road operated (column 2),
number of locomotives on line (columns 14 to 17 inclusive), and number of freight oars on line columnss 18 to 21 inclusive) were changed from averages for the month to actual figures as of the close of the month. Freight
train and looomotive-miles (columns 3 and 4) and the ton-miles of freight locomotives (included in column 11), which formerly applied only to freight trains and the freight proportion of mixed trained, based on car-miles,
were changed to apply to freight trains and all mixed trains handling more freight-train oars than passenger-train oars. Passenger train-miles columnn 31) were changed, In similar manner, to apply to passenger trains and
all mixed trains handling more passenger-train care than freight-train oars. Fuel consumption per oar-dile In passenger service columnn 35) was changed from consumption per oar-mile in steam locomotive trains to oon-
sumption per oar-mile in all trains (including motor-oar trains). Carriers were not required to rework 1935 figures aooording to the revised rules, but they have in some cases supplied considerable comparable data. In
(OVER) other oases, the figures shown In this statement for last year were restated by the carriers from last years' reports, or inserted from such reports by the Bureau of Statistios.
b/ Not available.
No passenger-train service.


S1936 1,s18
1935 1.1335











Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION APRIL, 1936
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of April, 1936, Compared with April, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000-Continued.



FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE
Locomotive-mdiles Car-miles Ton-miles thousands ) Number road looomo- Number of freight cars percent Pound Locomo
tives on line on line Gross Pondrosso Prcn Pounds Lclo
ton- Car- Net o Le tie- un- ofcoal tie-
Re~on, od, and year -----------------------------------------P-as-------------sen-o1^ ^Jls~; ~~r.^sr~e-e- ~e
per per ton- miles miles ton-miles 1.000grOSe miles Pasengero ger- service- per pa- miles
MIles Train- Per Gross Net Serviceable cent train-hour, train-ml, miles miles permileof ton-iles, per Train-miles train ge -ra ableof senger- per
of road miles P rPer cent Serv.oeaole Un- n- o t Per cent e excluding tn e pe ar- road pr including lo mo car-miles nars Fpr total train laconI-
operated Principal Loaded Empty Per t ]oomo- dtn c ar- y ty
psaan Lih (to- (hu cet cent east,- serv- un- loeomo- oc train- a-lcli- ooo a-ie r
i ese, Homne Foreign Total .'in- mtire-rlodoyo-aye-r- tide-
ad Lisght ndo d t o de loaded bound Including Excluding Revenue Not ore me ge ser ie ves and tives and mile mile day ties d day tires mile day
e ast of locomotfv locomotives and non- stored Stored able a a- able tenders tne tenders
total and tenders and tenders revenue
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27)1 (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)
Northwestern Region: .1 ,67giit 6 6. 4 ,5 9 .2.l ', 6,0 6I 4. 1.9 8
Chi. & North Western .........1936 8,355 79966,626 10561 2 14 2,3 319 64.9 54.2 51.1 67 ,41 1 39.838 561,936 331 1?4 225 0 6,J 9,5 5,83. 31 42 52L30 3 8 2.06 ,4 3 67 9Z608 6 o,7
8,428 892 1 164 21,46 11,924 6 5o.9 5o~e 1,467,055 1,269,427i3 a 2 4 1 50 09170,92o 9 :92 :
19 355 8 94 :70 1 -3 : : 413 429,920 394 1 5 3: 1,0 59, 76 : 9 20 .0 239 18.6 6;49,73 7
Chicago Great Western ...... 1936 145 234, 77 62.7 1 O.12 ,:7 479,9900:70 :3, 7 5 31 3:9 3 49 5 47 : 34 O 3 3578 6t, 11 17
4Ch6.,0St.P.,M5,nnap. O.. 1 7 ; 1. 7 5 2 2 ; 102 0 69 ;; 166
1936 5 775,17 50 .5359 9 57 1,601, 0 7,41356 3 59 57 195 3 2. 36 7,4 9,8 7.093 15 2 2 70 2. 3,2,0 3 0 75 7 155,19.
Chi.,eilp ., St. P. & .Pao 1936 1,128 1,272,030 61.1 53 .8 49.6 2,it3 ,175 2,127,941 $21,;01. 4 2 113 140 20 .4 2 ,89 1 ,758 6 ,147 31.9 9 .2,462 15,522 ,996




C h6 0k & P I .. 6 0 ,861 5 .
1935 1,118 1,135,33o0 1 524 705 29;758 19;822 6 5.6 6 52o.89 2193,03 1,831,517 6390 552,17 33 29 0 182301 41 ,6 8 ,408 4 9 29,7 2 86 0 26.6 362 20 2,289 131 37.3 610,99 36589 6
1eMve7 17,504.1,3o6 .32o24 2 26.21613 o26
Chi., St. P. i s...p. & m...1936 41,627 ,3600315 20 3 ,957 41 46 00 2 8 41 4 7 70.4 55.0 51.0 53o6,582 61,557 104,753 11 4 22.8 3,1,8 450 0 a 23 a U 135 7. 192,41. 1521
1935 1575- 1 924 8 :3 24 7;4 2 :137 64. 5 52.5 273,3820232,5,63 8,1 7 1607,228 1 4 29.6 1963,3 3 17, 1.2 18,273 1,241 3 22.6 3316 2 3. 1,759 11286,32 15.47 41 14.0 7
`% 1 :4689 4 7,055 2 18 2 ;021 841 22 40 2 3.9 270 5 12 40 34. 4
Gret Nrthrn .....................193 1,1,605,1866.2 64.6 '51.6 Z,6Oi,502 1,414,156 567,806 350 5 7 1;25 32.4 470.0 0170-7 : ,1t'5 ./08 *: 3 5 :3 665,322,Z?2,50 10. 6.5.






Gra tNs o rten .... .:.:.19:6:7: :0:49
1935 a,0 ,1 62:'0, 2:6 2 7O0 a 0, 65.6 61.5 51.9 1,14,7,21909 1,2811-630 552,170 3331g --01 5Z 9zg ,1 992 ,0 6 6 32 08 229 11 3 3009 350


^ *tS F.V ^ ^S.'F;)^ 13, 35 7513160,081 369 7 4,5 1 46 ,38 2 7,5 2 62. 54. 70. 464.70 2,8440,145 922 1 7 55 4o 22:a 3.5 6 Z, 4 1 6,4207947 61 2 o,63, 1,291 56 2219. 24o 3 1. 2,4431 2 lo.g 21,1,3 ,6? 0 2. 168
Mnnoap St.P. &S.St. M 19356 417,3 6:0V6. : 5.0 51:0. 433,0,8 .260 861,753 17 3 7466 1,3 4 8565 ,003 5 37.71 724, 11, 6,152 93? 85 .8 37 a 1
1935 4,27 l" 351,62b 5:7 314 742 0 69.0 4 65 50"5 923 415 631 16o,258 117 4 39 ,7 7,0 : 879 116 r7 2: 1 27 120 15 7: 2,7 ,9,
Northern Pacific ................1936 6,429 1 604,181 1 0094 45,997 32,662 6 55.49 49. 49 ,251,418 1,90,2 258 7,9994 6 1 344 2 1 903 19.1 269"29,75J992 1,:214.39 ,07,831 103 2 7.01 2 303 151 2.6 465 7499 3,263,671 8 030"1
Central Western Region: 1935 6:1976 5611,730819 628:o84 45,1 1 ,3 2714 17:078 691 0. o 5 1.7 18210 ,025 1:071:,567 6341,96 4o 7 14 90 19 .1 33,111 12. 0 7 1 2 2 285052 1 ,8 5 7 457 32.9 2,255 151 69.6 1,053 87 2,919,752 7
AlCenr etern Reg io n:6......... .....1936 98, 192,73 11 56,11 6 ? 18 214 62 1 54.3 48. 7 31.2"7 9 8 1.51101,012 1 4 30 30.6 2,336 12,7 8 0901 10.96 23..2 1,316725 23. 439 39 2 3,623 12 65.9 1679,5, 14. 6. 12.2/
Atch., Top. & S. Fe (incl.1935 ,212 10 6,62 1 ,52913 51 4 3 157 40 59 54.9 65 .2 1 ; 2 51 2 4 687,535 67 10 35 34.0 34,828 1,159 9 ,4,4 22.7 = 31 59 1,360 Z70 23 .7 313 R1 67 12 59 .3 151 ,641 9755914 7
P.nver & S.. W..... ... ...).135936 21,82 85 18 3,6 0,3 0 51.0,151 7, 384 2 3 452 62 54. 5. 3450 558,098 44,870 14 9 6 50 3615 .6 30, 47 1 28 .5 3 24205 1" 653 53 126 65.0 1 6 937 J0 9


S o u b w nn6 1in n,1
1955.13,1935 0 252 1,612, 591 1, 69,95 2; 9 : 1 4 64.96."8 I,6o,7.567 50 1 3 19:35 2 37o,5960 861,70 5502 135 2 237336 3.9 76 13, 0 32, 5,00 3 23.731 6 1, 5 365 33 7 2 1 5. 1 4 l 5l 31 162,77 11,0 44, 93 4


Chi., Burl. & Quincy... 1936 8,969 1,239,181 6 ,29,1 4o 97 36 0 42. 167 2 64o2 55: 4" 32,01,291 190,52262 87,999 494 1 6 13 2 9.72e 3.214 23.3 4 56,7 1 0. 2 3,65 ,4 638 24. 2 5 42 3 9. 127. 1,076,74 6 1 0. 0 5.7 e e 1
Ro ck I 31935 8,971 31,110,308 1, 1:3 27,40 07 61.6 52.5 49. 2,01,166 ,1 93,5767 72,962"429 0 13 2 335 1 2, 551 91 1 26 66 2 4 3 2, 13 1,03,497 593,2
Chi., Rock I....Gulf)_........ 1936 8,176 1,155,Z27 101,6 51.7 28,894 6. 54.3 48.9 13.90,85 1,511,814 3 2 7,046 6 65I 324 45.1 4,516 12,356 7,90 10.9 3,2 1.312 675 21,. 49 25 .9 2-,23 12 -7. 9 59,710,52 27.6 14.0 12
1935 8,272 1,038, 65 1 :05 3 5 7 088226 :240 64.8 54.7/49.2 1:2 51,:98 21,379,3o02 97,3122 5 91 355 4.6 30,8281oNo,4 2,533 43 20.7 32 3 8 1,890 14a 63 9002,46- 58 ,4345 4 25.7 S. 127


Misour Paii 96 721 11616 116,6 566 3,1 851 6. 58. 82.53" 0 3,9,57 2,15 366 7 ,07 34 8 19 2.4 476 1,153,601332, 1,795 6612.8.3 ] 498 ,75 10 724 1 o85 8,$0 9 787960 2
D en o r G Wn. ....................... 1936 2 8 2 82 7 ,350 1 109 2 30 977 7, 282 3 54 68 .2 5 .7 1 551. 5 8 1 968: 2 1 ,69 16I4 167 10 1 17 1 9 ,48 4 15,9 80 3 4 2 7 ,773 1 ,5 93 62 8 2. 819 129 54 .5 168 ,689 1 420 1 5 9
S t Loutsh San P racifi c-Pacif 1935 2 ,888 218 ,56 2 37 65 25,29 9.74 14. 8 397,865 66 514 5.6 49 .1 ,0 889,3 3 37 57 136 203 15 00 15 6.1 ,83U,7 8 7 5889 5 3 29 2 .18 /3 3 150 11 38 9 12 ,758, 6 .5 1 .5 1 6.3 115
Lines ............................96........ 12 7 6 38 1 63 40 2 130 25 60.162." 61.0 4 .:3 95 ,0471 2,626,262 7 812916 433 2: 1326 529"7 ,21 4, : 459,92 9 76481 9 :7 323783 1,303 67 231 3985 3,307 157 10,936,234 9 ,53,98 6 0 11.4 1
1935 8,602 1,57, 1 253.61 3, 3 7,62 4,207 60 3.5 5 49.8 40,464 42 607 78 ,242 3 2 692 5,4 81 5.3 30.791 2,060 65 20. 3 34.6. 2,974 10 57. 0 9 9, 5 938,502 9
Union Pacific 2 .............. ...........1936 9,429 1604,29 5 469,78 8,61 1,7 8 61.6 56.2I5-. 48.3 3,603,118 03 .54,622 8077,014 5572 36 59 220. 0 07,19 17,356 L7,664 1 4. 7.8 9|2, 1,46 654 2o.9 62 9 4 6 3. 5 3 :1 67. 50, 10,707,262 ,. 10..7 11
1935 49,32 1 ,526,:82 62.0 57.2449 .3 103,053 Z7, 214 192 5750 53,259,988 2 2 779,70 975,122 551 9 256 26 5',73 15,307 o188 18 26 6 1,3 648 2 6. 89 90b 583 1 316 72 7,435 10
go.-Kans.-Texas Lines.... 1936 1 ,2 692 3a 4 .36358 584 62.3 50.6 49.9 P.,10526 614,6605 212,2774. Z 2 7 7 8 4. ,657 5,577 10:1 3.4 31,860 1,6 5 6672 20.6 64 4 It 2.6 9 63.1 36,74 ,2,237,033 .0 71.8 3.



1935 3:4 4255: 3 ,251:3 5 1 : 022 748 487 6,22 5 59.2505 49.3 6533970 5853,15 17:63577 24 6938 .4 43B728 56 933 181 58 98 67 5.,250 8 89 22474 16499 7.962 1. 3
1935 7 2 2:7 2: 2 560151:1 1317 177 31 3 5,161o 1593 576 2 3 5 72,82





St Louise So th es er 5n e e 4 9al 13:e Or3o 1:363 286e 126n- a hi o isR 14 Na i at o Co. a0a 17. Jo ep 1: 23Am 3la d 27.6 Ja u 1, 19 6
i nesE r1936 ,7 203 21 ,63,165 "05.1 541 66 .059 6 1 26 7250 4
a13:612,208 7,16824 167 62.2 53 .41496 40,44 2,o0,778 74Z,707 399 10 1 9 27.6 2 42,7 6 3Z, 4It61 5 30,790 ,749 740 7 ,5 9 ,8 z "16
195 174 2711,99 5 648 488 5 1 5- 86 4 ,668,672 40,38226 0569, 99 a 671 21 0.177 3 :.6 694 3:15,0o 5,64 : 9,0 oW1.1 62 5.0 2 ,332 9 3 7 1 8.95 1, 2
Txs&NwOlas ......-13 441 56 54 34 1:6 1,8 7,7 616 5124.21 6 9. 5 03 s,162 311,363 2026 34 2 0. 0 712 1,84 1,11 79 2 97 141 2 2 2:5. 2143 ,02 30 2 ,463,37 6.5 4.091a
1935 4:429 0 0 11,8257,72 82 2 51 9 2,9015162 1996::3
St.ILous5Southestern3.0 107.6 686 2,0.1b74l4 66013 223992'7o 43.6 2.2,22631,74
T iex s &.Pcifi... .,.... 1936 ,1,945 t 217514:6o 9 62 Dog 8 66 Z, 5 6164 72 950.t[ ,.2 66 10,52 ,78o,3o 12 o,614 6;7 999 92 O1 447 3:6gZ g3,1o 5'76 72 ,25o t
1935... .....31,9 2153.231 9 13 26 3 160 8 1 9 5 .9530 9 2
1,945 25356 2535 o62 7.05 59.5503, 533,101 13V65 ., 354 7,23 358.9 7,5401, 6s4,939 7.
See explanaatory note on. oppose se ide of this sheet.8340USGOEN
1/Not available.
D(Includes Los Angeles & Seat Lake, Oregon Short Line, Oregon-Washington R.R. & Navigation Co., and St. Joseph & Grandiseland. lesed January 1, 1936.
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA --

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3 1262 08731 3150 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS U.S .


Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of May, 1936, Compared with May, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000.


Statement No. M-200
MAY, 1936


I FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE


Region, road, and year
of
opi


New England Region:
Boston & Albany__--1936
1935
Boston & Maine......1936
1935
N. Y., New H. & Hartf._-- 1936
1935
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson .......---- 1936
1935
Del.. Lack. & Western-.1936
1935
Erie (incl. Chi. & Erie)._1936
1935
Grand Trunk Western----- ......1936
1935
Lehigh Valley .--. .. 1936
1935
New York Central.......... 1936
1935
New Yora, Chi. & St. L....1936
1935
Pere Marquette .........__........1936
1935
Pitts. & Lake Erie. .........1936
1935
Wabash..... ......... .............. 19
1935
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio......-- 1936
1935
Central of New Jersey...... 1936
1935
Chicago & Eastern Ill._ 1936
1935
Elgin. Joliet & Eastern b_1936

Long Island............... -- 1936
1935
Pennsylvania System ......... 1936
1935
Reading ........... ....... 19
Pocahontas Region.
Chesapeake & Ohio...... 1936
1935
Norfolk & Western ..--...1936
1935
Southern Region.
Atlantic Coast Line. ......1936
1935
Central of Georgi-a.......--1936
1935
Illinois Central (incl.
Y. & M. V.)........1956
1935
Louisville & Nashville-.._1936
1935
Seaboard Air Line- ..... .1936
1935
Southern-........ 1936
1935


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ocomotve-mil aTon-e ( ) Nber of road locomo- Number of freight care s P o
ocotive-ilesar-mile Ton-mi(thoand) tivee on line on line oss GromsNet Pounds
___________ ton-miles tou-milesNetNeNetCaNeof coal
too to a- N miles ton-iile 1,000 gre
per----- ---- Ile me n-tto"- miles onmil e
ies Train. Per Gros Net Serviceable Per trai-holur, train-mile, milea i niles per Prniiileof incldir
roaP miles er cent Un- cent Per cent excludingexcluding e loeer c road per lioclc
Rated Principal Loaded Empty Per e-- ---- lono- loco tilgcar- r locotic
and Light (tou (hou- cent loaded bound Including Excluding Revenue Not oe- serv- Freig Total ie- tive and tives and mile day ties a
helper mads) smads) loaded east of locomotives locomotives and non- stoed Stored able ice- able tenders tenders tender
total and tenders and tenders revenue etore able
(2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29)


?7j 10 1 620 67 1 68. 2 49.1 211,2w 175,624. 60,764. 51 10 31 2:332,5 4,7 6,706 23.1 22,361 135154 468 18.4 285 23.1 5,254 154
05 6 129 698 651 2 1832 150,858 5092 57 10 2.6 7,299 2.5 21,209 1,276 41 16.9 228 19. 4,09 152
7 2 19, 6 31, 21 81 9, 3 4380 6 0 9 5. 620 16645 M: ;66 1-2 6 16 ;59 22 16 7 9 16,101 15.7 26,010 1,9 17 731 20.5 0 404 28.5 3,327 101
S3 12 1 169 1.5 25,4 1,550 706 20.1 725. 3,062 102
5 o 19, 12 0 6 6 0 76 7 670 790 24910 11 1081 1,04 24,165 17.5 27,108 1,924 20.7 .9 ,961 102
;035 57,?59 487,5 19, 21:8 5:720 65 62: 91 :7 603,748 591,979 211236 171 20 310 4 768 9,8553 24,621 15.9 25,465 1,781 6 19.1 27 22.0 3,332 106
331 24 721 8, 1 9 3 7,5062, 9 14,8 2 64.1 67.4 51.4 006,459 ,6 29,195 217 5 1 1 41 514. 18,950 3:1464 12,414 64.5 30,6984 2,150 1,00 29.6 629 53. 9,25 105
3 23 717 6 156-1 11452:09,15

S27 7, 32 12:006 12 637 50.5 649 6067 1 4:0r 2 13 25 103 10 4 1252 5,0215. 29, 2,1470 99 25. 3 1752. 7, 1 9
2o 3 421 4o 4 7 2 391 12 6 66 0 6 2 7 50.1 50,6 71 57214 3. 5 ,6 9 9 16.7 32,231 1,66 78 1 46 5, 127
9 403 0 1 04 1 157 797 6506 6 4. 9277 2557,829 52 63 1 55 5 39 0 20,9392 127.5 31,710,914 767 23.0 390 5.5 8,321 13
91 33,1 795,1 5777,7 ,,176523l5 3 5
295 6,6221 5521, 39,369 9,1145 66 6 61 5.5 2,006,39 ,763,615 33 14 16,55 17,850 314,44514.4 2,606 95 0 225 9 .4 9 95
65 624,187 1, 4 25,90 13:9 64 6:7 50 1,7 72, 9 ,532,725 7,3 21 569 170 356 23,37 ,631 34, 95
07 1 2 04 255,1595 ,750, 7, 667 4,544 62.5 56 0. 2 4 52 46 461,63 21549,1Z421 4 50 5 10. 4251 7 695 11,94915.8 23,253 1,6615 7 20.5 425 32.6 5,000 95
;007 237,1 240,329r 2,039 ,:4F 14 60. 55.7 49.9 41950 356,31 7118 113 4 749.0 14,279 7,46 12,22514 .0 32,030 16541 5 2719.3 330 2.2 3,978 100
254 O 79009 41,024 50 063 3 121 2.6 6 48.2 ,072 2,9W 5 4 12 18 16 2 1.859 ,50 21,26o 7: 3 ,216 1,95-6 0 l17
S1 1 2 1 5 1 .5 1 .5 7
789 2,700,965 2,55,147 172,34 91,0 5. 2 6,633,761 5,901,171 22,3 2,2584 7025 1
49 2,3,1731,~~73 5 8 51,4 ,65 1,01 764. 3 49 5,5o03,014 4,875,2731, 3315 1 51 62 141 .2 1 9 5151,0155 5211 5 21 5 25 ,792 102
2 147,787 4,0o,613 6,149 16,566 9,,06 65:06 52 50.6 1,106,974 990,21 359,20 2 1 32 1 16 10 6 ,5 14,352 4.0 3 536417 2051 7 5 5 518 17 59.0 6,931 87
'66 71 0,67 41,013 14,311 13,590 7,806 6.0 62.5 50.6 90143912 314,2 283,517 1 2 8 6 14 7385568,28 142,526 4.7 36,1 1 97 67 20.Z 635 4 5.5 5 13 90
01 3;1,0814395.757 5:,967 lo103 6:143 61.4 56.7 49.1 732 ,30 633,764 229,70 120 222 4960422. 7 339.5 3,560 59
6 326,42 47 039 2,6398 5,o0 53 5 3 61.0 55.8 495. 54096 503,225 1557 59 6 5 1,a9645 ,79 4.7 2,51 1, 2. 27.0 2,749 96
79,099 52,359 14 3214 1 919 62.6 29.1 : 45.2 295,072 269531 9 15102 25 15 25 352. 13,596 11,550 9 5,446 8.5 ,86 ,3,16 1,951 47.9 197 6.6 21,259 91
53,0 16 514 7 249 1, 67 2. 49. 2314,60 246,7912 953 2 1 1 1 ,1 11,53 27,3614 .6 4,9 142 1910 4.5 114 31,67 93
1435 571,619 6 575,5a2 1, 1,833 106 639 56 4791,190,378 ,0044,821 352,25 131 32 11 14.4 ,696 9,31 20,011 3.3 37,211 1,843 192. 6 1
435 535,331 9705 1104 1369 9,513 63.2 55.2 502 1075,752 914,667 302 3.3 1,9. 11
366 1 155 16 181,669 47,279 27, 5 .1 620 497 3681,432 ,187,258 1 646 2 6 5 68,22 93 9 11
2 ,15: :: 1:j58Ii,: ,2694
321 ,2,121 1,517, 27 155,14 7 26 1 .9 60.4 49. 2,975,377 2,496,o061 ,50 6 14 5 1 43. ,325 ,1 9 ,59.2 26,71 1 8 29. 3639.5 ,674 1
297 1 ,1171119 51
651 147,296 166,5732016 49 30914 :61.4 67.3 50.4 377,600 329,462 153,197 3 25 5 6.5 11 120 9,675 20,795 32.7 27,15 2,3 1,056 31.1 230. 12 .0 72 14 10
614 139,077 156,919 25 21 104,60 63,145 59 7 69. 513 362,60 319,782 15,579 5 15656 5414 124,54 96,1475 22,019 2.5 29,40 2,36 1,122 32.5 229 1157,19 14o
01698220 170,2 22,60 74,1 8. 281,301 124 155 1:12 1
9 157,1:414 157,617 2,369 3149 2,009 63.1 .1.45.5 251,430 2179 525 12"5 0 55.0 3,1 45 224 5,598 10.7 25,934 135 557 25.1 478 30.0 2,999 122
44914 017 95,56 1,76 12,01. 71,1473 62.8142.2 0.86 204,973 8152,51911 1140, 5 6- 25 32.6 7:534 5,372 206 5.2 17,2427 1 97, 992 36.6 226 9.5 06 ,77g3 2
W46 471:55 5763 575146 1,956 1,270 60 6 143.7 50.5 3169 2 5149 72 ,131 51 3 32 7.2 2 on 3 002 111 73 17,52 103 72 36.9 2012 9.5 5,215 137



o 29, 23 19 2 72 51.0 .9 50.4 ,7 215 8,9 2 5 17 6354 3,190 525 2.: 5,92 77 2952 69 4. 0 14 296
S 29:511 29,930 15,739 296 4 525.6.10 2.5 29,9 22:467 059 31 21 47 3,:036 33 :8 092,75 3165 3. 86 14.9 4 295
'801 2,968,53 1"3,376,6,31365, 21005,0306,161 61.7 6.3 49.1 8,085,560 7,096,896 3,492 1,354 166 579 36.6 200,323 6,125 26,445 1.0 34,507 2,1432 1,059 2 7620.710,16 112
,009 2,519,399 2,15672 2,869 1390 916 63.4 61. 503 55, 3 5,7,585 525,353 1 4 242 973 99 24023 1 2942 1.9 33,717 2331 1 019 5 7 286 15:7 139 114
4 i:7 47:; i 6 4:7 58 ,21: 5, 2 "77109t1 8:1;: 2 5:206 9
4 417,17 48,727: 55,3412, 17699 61:1 6.: 49. 9 56115W 0 : l 203 92 9 26.2 25,45210,64 9 6,3 1.2 2 2, 9 4 33. W5 6 135: 10
2 372,530 4 13 551 10,0 63 60.4 67 50. 57,373 751, 32 976 1799 26.9 31771 7,223 3,97 7.9 2 2,0214 94 33120 1
:5 552,11 5 91,730 38,115839,995 31,700 55 3:3664,41 3361,275 I 1,811,329 32 62 5 165 41 g 14,1 5 1. 7,6 3 21 49. 57 41.0 19,1;9 70
S7435 552,923917 6695 1423,241 351 125 6 15.3 709 10,7train ser e.9 15,02 73
627,595/ 663,852 31,625 25,977 18,040 5. 40.4 50.6 2,391,035 2,152,397 1,134,395 231 04 35 9.5 31,31 ,8:642 32 5,95 3,:144. 1,813.7 .0340.2 17,061 596
56, 7714 555,973 24,2 22,313 15,522 N55 .,410 50.5 2,023,666 1,819,509 939,121 220 132 314,5 .157 38,965 2. 276 3, 242 1,673 42.1 796 32.3 1,120 100
100 615,146/61, 7,993 12,895 7,523 62.2 6 51.6 55,705 101,777 39,215 222 122 30. 20,751 7, 25,69 23.9 20,4 1149 3 1.6 268 23.2 1,513 U?
52140 599,593 60"n 8055 12,00147,402 61.9 6 52.5 769,768 638,895 22,643 26 V6 137 30.6 23,232 77742 30,67104 173 19,137 1,073 357 17.7 227 207 1,333
846 2458,019 251,807 3,715 5,395 2,01414 2.5 52.5 5 349,52 292,789 112,220 102 27 20.9 3,622 3,392 7,014 6.0 22, 1,155 495 20.5 516 341 1,920 119

562 1,596,851,61,596 29,907 35,159 22266 63.2 63.2 50.2 2,723,753 2:360 17 921,000 632 15 212 214.7737,276 19,241 5 29.0 2;990 1,:48 5
4,5.6,153,961,,3o3027,77073,571 56121


f,295 4914,202512,260 14 12,656 6,579 614.560.9 51.5 535,15 7, 249,995 215 7 101 310 9,95 14,506 14,495 2.9 214,923 1:47 51519.5 5141.61,212

5 91:,02I 1,224,074 19,981 25,050 13,200 65.0 59.5 51.0 1,774,4 1,520,412552,267 177 33 1 36.3 2 17,2j 40:488 16.2 21,5 1,5268 45 20.7 1460 32.6 2,SU5 1142
59 409 1,098,736 17,391 2124003 f,718 67.2 59.1 50.4 1,519,140 1,294,828 45503 399 91 395419 173 ,007 41,1432 16.9 20,592 1,199 M4 20,2 37 27.3 2,371 147
Note: Effective with carrier reports for the month of January, 1936, the rules relative to operating statiticao ef large steam railways were revised with the following effect on this statement: Milee of road operated columnn 2)
number of looomotives on line (oolumna 14 to 17 Inclusive), and number of freight care on line (columns 15 to 21 inclusive) were changed from averages for the month to actual figures aa of the close of the month. Freight
train and lo.omotive-,ils, columne 3 and 4) and the ton-miles of freight loo. otives (included in column 11), which formerly applied only to freight trains and the freight proportion of sz ed trained, based on car-sues,
were changed to apply to freight trains and all mixed trains handling more freight-train care then paaeenger-train oars. Pa aeeger train-nilee (column 31) were changed, In similar manner, to apply to passenger trained end
almixed trained handling ore paseenger-train care than freight-tran oars, Fuel consumption per car-mile In passenger .ev.i..(.column 35) was changed from consumption per car-nile in steam locomotive trains to non-
sumption per car-mile in all trainsincludingmotor-oar trains). Carriersawere not required to rework 1935 figure according to the revised rules, but they have In come cases supplied considerable comparable data. In
other cases, the figures shown in this statement for last year were restated by the carriers from last years' reports, or inserted from such reports by the Bureau of Statistics.
NOot available.
JN paseenger-train service.


I Locomoc Percent Pounds Locomo-
ps tie- Pasen un- of coal tive-
t miles Passenger- %eni ser vice- per pas- miles
S per Train-miles train able of senge- per
g rerar-miles per total train locomo-
- tire- tra locomo- car- tive-
nd day tires mile day
(30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)

(30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)


249,086
246,644

e.05, 4118

'177,145
762,932
104,308
109,135
432,273
431,393
466,159
459:6 3
101,424
96,572
261,494
247,04
35,169,5
17,096414
131,685
127,404
211,916
313,161
67,155
614,555
265,854

1:163.556
1, 159:,5;2
271,123
272,006
161,920
163,959


547,1
5551.5
3,423,867
3,443,362
401,471
401,738
390 ,803







1,065,185

738,980
791,568
522,497
497,300
1,031,154
1,010,283


1,656,905
1,596,581
2:806,57
o5,04,0

636,232
632,796
2,795,497
2,829,6b4

3:128:949
696,914
733,124
2,143,047
2,091,828
26,495,750
26,140,508

748,626
739,268
595,857
568,649
328:
29464

31;5 ?445


1,364,048
1,325,324
972,164
996,029



:3595,562
5,574.503

27.811.554
1,494,242
1,397,038


1,8414,065
1,816,223
4,651,282
5.017,135
1,148,469
1,261,630
8,101,469
7,419,348

,45539
3,164,923
3,130,157
6,757,559
6,675,579


15.9
18.0
36.2
36.2


18.4
13.1
22.2
27.3
15.0
19.0
22.2
17.4


26,1
28.9
7.4
3.2
29.1
16.0
25.0
25.0
29.6
31.7
34.0
36.9
22.
25.6
31.4
36.1




20.7
23.5
21.8
22.5



19,7
10.6
2.5
6.7




19.9
32.5
27.2
31.1
21.3
35.0
26.7
554-


90065-0 U 5 GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE'193o


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Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION MAY, 1936

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of May, 1936, Compared with May, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,O00--Continued.




FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE

Looomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles(hiousat d) Number of road locomo- Number of fright care
Loomotive-mio Car-lestv n line on line Gro Gross Net Poundso
Region, road, and year ton ton- t-mileson- ton-miles Car- N etross te- Pf coun- of coal tive-
Miles0rorain-PerGrssetdpee per ton- miles ston- mis ton-miles 1,000 g ties Ps an- or cal- tie-
lle Train- Per Gros Net Srvloeable Per train-hour, train-mile, miles miles mileston-mile ton-miles, miles er-train a er P- mile
Gramamies Pr cet at exdper permileof OncludingoPer Train-miles train gl n
of road miles Principal Loaded Em er centPer cent erv- cent Per cent excluding excluding per loded car- rd per clouding m car-miles cars per Toco-
operated ad Ug (Mto- ( & cen cent east- Home Foreign Total an- In e I e t dy c- Incom o. c- tram 1om- c- tire-
helperoperated and Light (u cent loaded bound Including Exoluding Revenue oe- Home Foreign Toaervico- ties and ties and mile mile day tires and taire-y locomo- ar ive-
helper and) ands) loaded east of locomotives locomotives and non- Not atored ble 11e able tenders tenders tenders day tires mile day
total and tenders and tenders revenue stored able
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (114) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)

Northwestern Region:
Chi. & North Western...... 1936 8:3 1,7,510 ,052,414 26,543 26, 14,151 65 54.4 50.7 1,842,380 1,604,4 609,921 36 122 24 35 37118 19,63 56,748 9.2 25,46 1,596 66 23.0 348 23.2 2,351 118 4.6 1,043,716 6,698,489 7.6 33 18.3 91
1935 8,28 932,756 24,707 22, 68 12,002 65. 51.5 49.5 1,556,841 1,348,412 465,032 422 86 258 33.7 41,991 21,852 63,843 13.5 23,403 1,525 526 20.5 242 18.1 1,780 126 40o.3 1,011,507 6,590,369 7.8 34. 18.5 85
Chicago Great Western........ 1936 1,58 240,672 241,226 6,818 7,49 4,895 60.5 59.6 47.4 540,837 46,52 162,49 57 29 330 1,83 3,688 5,59 37 32,362 1921 676 21.7 9 70.2 20 90.4 160,101 661873 5.2 11.8 13.6 166
1935 1,456 221,578 221,682 7,198 6,386 3,908 62.0 59.9 51.5 46 384,3 135.2% 59 4 37 37.0 2,346 2,893 5,239 3.9 32,737 1,738 611 21.2 844 64.2 2,996 125 73.8 16;1466 649,693 5.0 17.6 3/ 173
Chi.. Milw., St. P. & Pac.1936 11,121 1,314,996 1,398,010 57,664 36,381 21,843 62.5 53.3 49.2 2,59,44 2,292,751 912,388 457 96 132 19.3 143,902 20,158 64,60 3.1 27,730 1,750 697 25.1 470 30.0 2,647 115 68.6 923.284 5,788,627 6.8 16.8 16.2 129
1935 11,118 1,164,627 1,221,261 52,623 29,962 19,338 60.& 51.7 50.1 2,143,686 1,878,412 732,153 371 102 197 29.4 50,511 14,569 65,080 2.8 25,927 1,620 631 24.4 363 24.4 2,124 121 61.3 943,825 5,892,013 6.6 23.0 16.1 132
Chi., St. P., Minneap. & Om._1936 1,637 210,25 218,841 9,365 4,756 2,255 67.8 533 497 329,800 283,338 116,226 87 31 0 20 3,61 5,0 8,561 10.5 17,636 1,352 555 244 4 26.8 2,290 110 494 197630 1,26,154 68 26.9 15.1
1935 1,644 189.706 195,940 8,248 3,891 1,766 68.8 53-4 50.2 262,297 222,059 89,279 59 48 38 26.2 1,962 6,491 8,453 10.6 17,477 1,173 471 22-9 343 21-7 1,752 118 43.3 199,155 1,335,239 7-1 36-5 l4.2 110
Great Northern................1936 8,155 742,751 739,850 26,306 26,551 15,994 62.4 66.4 50.6 1,985,408 1,783.521 816,625 343 52 189 32.4 36,967 lo,171 47,138 11.0 36,050 2,422 1,109 30.8 559 29.1 3,230 102 41.7 66g,256 4,457,652 8.0 25.0 14.9 79
1935 8,041 651,600 656,263 19,016 20,848 12,205 63.1 62.8 50.5 1,542,375 1,370,508 617,895 329 87 187 31.0 41,867 8,613 50,4o80 9.9 33,062 2,116 954 29.6 397 21.2 2,479 115 36.1 654,976 4,593,028 8.3 24.9 14.5 80
Minneap., St. P. & S. St. M.-1936 4,273 376,423 383,475 3,649 8,864 4,443 66.6 47.7 51.1 596,075 522,121 219,615 125 30 19.4 12,184 4,370 16,554 5.8 22,016 1,393 586 24.s 429 26.0 1,658 97 80.1 227,803 1,224,015 5.4 33.8 13.0 111
1935 4,274 362,795 366,5413 2,275 7,491 3,605 67.5 45.8 50.2 490,918 415,964 172,399 122 24.7 13,627 3,709 17:336 4.6 18,409 1151 477 23.0 324 0.8 1,301 o 73.9 229,794 1,236,089 5.4 36.6 13.3 103
Northern Pacific ...... .. 1936 6,429 622,116 684,112 47 19,287 10,134 65.6 58 48.4 1,321,713 1,148,194 469,3 338 24 79 1. 27,897 5596 33,493 12.7 29,5 1,853 758 24.3 451 28.2 2355 144 52.6 475,296 3,33594077
1935 6,4 530,403 582,867 37,1 15914 7,512 679 56.5 48.8 1,075,008 926,846 382,3 330 14 112 24.6 33.876 4,001 37,877 12.2 27,945 1,759 725 24.0 321 19.7 1,922 156 43.8 478,958 3.153,100 7.8 27.1 20.4 77
Central Western Region: 1935 612
Alton....... ...............1936 928 197,33 204,230 1,499 4,44 2,615 63.2 65.0 50.5 326,615 283,391 99,687 69 3 25 25.8 2,396 6,051 8,447 24.8 33.984 1,439 506 22.2 389 27.7 3,464 115 67.7 173,327 1,112,332 7.2 19.4 11.8 143
1935 921 190,650 195,181 1,431 3,907 2,742 58.8 65.8 49.2 297,833 253,821 86,058 64 1 34 34-.3 2.995 6.145 9,140 o20.0 31,637 1,336 453 22.0 299 23.1 3,013 116 62.8 156,538 1,032,143 7.0 19.4 12.3 127
Atch., Top. & S. Fe (incl.
G.,C. & S.F. & P. & S.F.)1936 13,235 1,711,186 ,851,4o 82,52 47,687 27,74o 63.2 54 494 3,441,286 2,937,861 985,192 529 346 35 67,741 13,066 80,807 11.4 32,442 1,720 577 20.7 395 30.3 2,401 118 63.1 1,668,063 12574,581 8.7 27.2 16.5 155
1935 13S3.8 1,619,573 1,696,717 62,956 42,862 25,209 63.0 57.7 49.4 3,051.637 2,589,331 847,718 489 138 369 37.0 74,315 9,592 83,907 12.9 30,450 1,602 524 19.8 323 26.0 2,055 124 57.0 1,606,063 12,395,228 8.9 36.1 / 130
Chi., Burl. & Quincy... 1936 8,969 1,210,042 1,265,887 47,343 32,221 17,570 64.7 53.7 48.7 2,166,098 1,868,666 773,828 427 4 107 19.9 27,392 14,187 41,579 9.4 27,582 1,551 642 24.0 601 38.7 2,783 117 78.6 1,121,048 6,754,850 6.2 20.9 16.3 147
C1935 8h971 1,096395 1,132,o208 38c71 26,515 16,219 62.0 51.3 49. 180679 1,548,001 629,237 45 18 96 17.0 32,768 11,009 43.777 9.2 25,296 1,418 576 23.7 461 31.3 2,263 124 66.7 1,126,119 6.366506 5.9 14.5 16.4 145
Chi., Rock I. & Pac. (incl.40I571140 4
Chi.,RockI. &Gulf)_.1936 8,176 1,186,728 1,206,830 6,oo4 25,386 16,607 60.5 54.3 47.2 1,858,688 1,582,399 567,279 403 2 312 43.5 24,852 12,360 7,212 10.9 24,oo4 1,337 479 22.3 493 36.5 2,238 131 54.5 935,015 5,990,900 7. 3.7 16.5 123
1935 8,272 1,028,549 1,035,189 5,656 21,750 13,60s 61.5 54.8 49.o 1,539,147 1,309,214 461,279 348 17 360 49.7 30,780 10,671 1,451 16.6 22,632 1,276 40 21.2 359 27.5 1,799 141 46.1 902,707 5,592,772 6.7 34.5 17.2 119
Denver & R. G. Wn. -....... 1936 2,584 324,969 355,436 34,472 8,466 4,288 66.4 61.9 52.7 639,372 55,756 200,301 166 9 31 15.0 12,889 3,002 15,891 7.2 26,527 1,592 618 23.7 406 25.8 2,500 156 61.1 173,186 1,233.569 7.1 32.8 17.8 95
1935 2,584 232,485 249,209 23,047 6,027 2,788 68.4 55.1 51.7 430,552 345,866 139,831 154 18 49 22.2 13,379 2,725 16,104 4.8 23,377 1,492 603 23.2 281 17.7 1,746 158 39.7 169,203 1,109,252 6.6 37.7 17.1 81
Southern Pacific-Pacific
Lines.........................1936 8,596 1,407,824 1,535,640 184,589 45,669 29,884 60.4 63.9 48.0 3,388,883 2925,074 926,62 372 168 238 30.6 32,884 26,876 59,76 8.5 34,056 2,095 663 20.3 513 41.8 3,475 103 70.7 1,419,642 12,498,230 9.7 17.8 131 178
1935 8,599 1,177.817 1,271.514 138,641 4o,331 26,003 60.8 64.7 49.6 2,982,371 2,596,492 816,384 388 137 259 33.1 34,249 25,249 59,498 8.5 35, 0049 2,219 698 20.2 444 36.1 3,062 102 59.4 1,185,000 11,173,375 10.6 25.2 12.2 168
Union Pacific o/............1936 9,824 1,610,629 1,673,053 104,141 53,764 26,937 66.6 60.9 50.7 3,682,631 3179,589 1,127,281 565 69 228 26.5 41,284 15,863 57,147 14.4 41,86 1,986 704 21.0 633 45.2 3702 116 66. 1,246,289 11,85 57 112 36.5 134 168
Soutwtern Region: 1935 9,832 1,555,790 1,615,393 90,034 7,530 25,844 64.8 59.8 49.8 3,267,689 2,783,148 985,725 566 82 253 28.1 43,746 13,648 57,394 19.2 37,714 1,800 637 20.7 624 48.0 3,241 115 61.2 1,128,692 10,204,419 10.8 25.6 / 167
Southwestern Region:
Mo.-Kans.-Texas Lines... 1936 3,282 378,237 383,955 6,177 10,159 6,751 60.1 52.0 48.6 727,280 630,380 218,132 100 24 79 8.9 4739 5,126 9,865 6.5 31,812 1,668 577 21.5 712 55.2 2,144 83 62.0 354,583 2.391608 7.1 28.9 10.9 141
1935 3,282 341,706 344,058 5,264 8,704 6,123 58.7 52.7 47.5 628,885 534,364 175,630 81 26 87 44.8 5,689 3,211 8,900 3.6 28,813 1,565 514 20.2 635 53.6 1,726 88 58.1 346,675 2,36.223 33.3 10.6 122
Missouri Pacific ............1936 7,201 1,157,401 1,197,324 26,591 33,413 19,701 62.9 59.8 50.2 2,390,054 2,090,657 773,365 316 97 128 237 16,497 19,076 35,573 3.7 33,34 1,813 671 23.1 710 48.8 3,464 111 72.7 772197 4900,811 7. 21.5 15.5 132
1935 7,208 1,08os4,663 1,110o,166 22,869 28,007 16,319 63.2 59.9 52.8 1,959.991 1,690,844 622,630 265 124 171 30.5 19,019 15,032 34,051 4.4 29,037 1,567 577 22.2 577 41.1 2,787 123 65.2 763,567 4,824,159 7.0 33.9 15.1 116
St. Louis-San Francisco 1936 4,888 718,o040 724,059 10,742 15,054 9,145 62.2 55.9 49.6 1,098,815 935,099 359,760 269 91 63 14.9 18,711 6,641 25,352 6.5 25,715 1,306 503 23.9 458 30.8 2,374 125 56.0 473,378 2,5,624 6.7 12.1 155 108
1935 4,993 6147,518 657,351 8,236 13,314 8,330 61.5 55.0 49.1 958,393 811,961 310,302 269 120 67 14.7 22,138 4,884 27,022 5.8 23:052 1,260 482 23.3 370 25.8 2,005 131 47.1 424,831 2,449,159 6.4 10.9 8/ 109
St. Louis Southwestern

Texas & New Orleans.............1936 4,416 561,439 561,63 6413 13,317 7,955 62.6 533 51 939,368 25,200 28944 193 44 59 199 7465 11964 19429 7.7 26500 1,480 21.8 484 355 2117 7 619 388,583 2,784,498 84 25.4 9.4
1935 4,429 518,723 519,451 7,674 11,895 6,479 647 54.5 52.0 818,265 713,722 250,416 186 59 58 19.1 7,32 11,431 18,757 7.8 25,329 1,387 487 21.1 436 2.0 1,824 91 56.1 328,909 2,212,983 8.4 35.1 9.6 105
Texas & Pacific................... 1936 1,94 299,252 299,252 1,584 9112 5,855 60.9 58.5 49.6 651,870 563355 184244 65 51 101 46.5 2,879 4,783 7,662 3.6 31900 1,888 618 20.2 757 61.5 3,055 85 445 234,955 1,866,669 7.9 22.2 12. 143
1935 1.945 257,347 257,347 1.508 7,4o01 ,522 62.1 60.1 51.1 525,355 450,582 149,500 77 76 68 30.8 2,819 4,192 7,011 5.4 29,036 1,758 583 20.2 675 53.9 2,479 87 37.8 234,675 1,774,194 7.6 16.4 12.0 141
See explanatory note on opposite side of this sheet.
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(OVER) o/ Inoludes Los Angelee & Sialt Lake, Oregon short Line, Oregon-Washington R.R. & Navigation Co., and St. Joseph & Orand Island, leased January 1, 1936.




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BUREAU OF STATISTICS ----- JUNE, 1936
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Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of June, 1936, Compared with June, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000.



FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE
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of road aies Per cent Un- ent Per cent excluding excluding .per ped per er including elo mo a es cars per toal faen- e
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total and tenders and tenders revenue stored able
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Now England Region:1: 3= 1:411027
Boaton & Albany 1936 373 122,14" 127,2148 8,734 3,7:1146:1479.:1
Boston & Albany31936 575 122,486 127,248 8.734 3,045 1.477 67.3 68.1 49.3 192,847 159,849 5,624 49 lo0 33 35.9 2,395 4,510 6,905 22.5 21,5 1,310 440 17.6 263 22.1 4,793 153 3 245.926 1,640,398 6.7 13.4 18.o 112
1935 373 113,768 117,868 7,856 2,864 1,413 67.0 66.1 47.9 180,904 149,576 50,335 51 12 33 34.4 2,824 4,455 7,279 23.7 21,893 1,320 444 17.6 231 19.6 4,496 153 43.7 238,541 1,569,756 6.6 25.8 19.0 100
Boston & Maine-- 1936 1,963 261,9 292,716 28,206 8,991 4,007 69.2 62.3 51.2 559,198 487,075 1o80,06 11 6 162 56.6 8,236 7,064 15,300 16.4 25,048 1,867 690 20.0 382 27.6 3,057 98 37.0 567,694 2,924,992 5.5 34.6 13. 68
1935 1,986 249,761 279,409 28,101 8,930 3,668 70.9 61.4 52.1 544,695 476,450 184,688 102 4 173 62.0 9,182 7,689 16,871 15.0 26,278 1,915 742 20.7 375 25.6 3,099 99 36.2 591,202 3,103,495 5.7 383 76
N. Y., New H. & Hartf.- 1936 2,011 339,649 408,059 19,786 11,277 5,746 66.2 64.5 50.3 695,452 609,337 219,705 180 7 105 347 13,575 10,877 24,452 17.8 25,618 1,832 660 19.5 301 23.3 3,642 102 49.2 781,156 5.268,559 8.2 2.1 11.5 85
1935 2,050 340.536 414,29 20,131 11,159 5,916 65.4 66.0 50.4 705,789 611,960 22,120 178 14 109 36.2 14,495 11,383 25,878 15.3 26,140 1,826 675 20.3 291 22.0 3,677 98 48.1 769,717 5,015,530 9.7 45 73
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson... 1936 831 205,703 270,332 28,801 6,89 3,630 65.5 65.1 50.9 478,958 419,084 194,442 90 147 41 14.7 8,421 3,069 11,490 57 29,087 2,051 952 28.2 542 29.2 7,802 104 35.2 104,10 664,5 6.4 16.7 12.3 72
1935 835 209,573 285,347 31,934 7310 4,019 64.5 73 51.1 515,874 452,103 213,253 82 167 36 12.6 10,351 2,931 13,282 5.9 30,110 2,172 1,025 29.2 540 28.7 8,510 lo6 37.9 107,967 673,23 6.2 16.4 12.7 60
Del., Lack. & Western-_ 1936 983 61,526 398,945 53,386 11,51 6,053 65.5 61.9 49.7 820,983 684,148 263,885 146 1 93 38.8 13,892 6,081 19.973 17.4 31,654 1,919 740 22.9 443 29.5 8,951 125 62.6 424,296 2,790,177 7.7 21.0 17.1 121
1935 992 324.584 55.183 48,142 10,798 5,437 66.5 62.0 50.7 762,488 638,972 261,315 117 45 88 35.2 15,500 6,707 22,207 11.2 31,393 2,006 821 24.2 404 25.1 8,782 124 55.1 1416,7 2,771,058 7.9 31.4 20.5 110
Erie (incl. Chi. & Erie) 1906 2 662,0 2 1 2 68.2 .1 4 1,959,2651,:14 63 ,0 ,218 14,7 0
195 2,305 6551 8 62 27 169 0 48 69.4 .7 1,921:188 16 2 6369 219 6 193 4.4 22,4 126 6 34661 .5 143 2,568 983 23- 618 40.5 922 93 51.3 457:043 3:,892942 21lo6
Grand Trunk Western-__ 1936 1,027 263,01 264,515 ,042 6,87 4,072 62.8 57.8 50.1 475,743 414,444 142,861 85 55 39.3 4,248 6,948 11,196 15.1 30,966 1,590 20.7 411 315 4,636 88 63.7 99,554 689382 7.1 19.2 12.6 126
1935 1,007 220,73 223,237 1,827 6,276 3,748 62.6 55.8 50.2 425,797 374,259 128,462 72 69 48.9 4,517 7,425 11,94 17 2 253 1708 586 20.5 354 27.7 4,254 89 52.5 94,965 691,977 7.4 16.0 / 13
Lehigh Valley... --1936 1,312 382,370 414,804 45,744 12,585 6,489 66.0 66.6 51.4 897,579 774,215 319,628 123 1 160 56.3 11,808 8,876 20,684 7.9 36,810 4,063 852 25.4 508 30.3 s,118 114 521 252,365 2,084,926 9.7 35.6 14.0 125
1935 1,335 356,451 381,66 39,995 11,678 6,049 65.9 65.6 52.5 845,243 732,378 309,336 138 7 163 52.9 13,758 6,939 20,697 12.1 35,19 2,112 892 26.5 515 29.5 7,722 126 4955 237,689 2,000,341 10.0 25.4 110
New York Central. 1936 10,789 2,521,844 2,648,924 162,128 84,055 56,792 59.7 64.0 48.3 6,081,393 5,403,062 2,147,840 839 14 54 35.2 104,779 61,081 165,860 20.7 36,523 2,162 859 25.6 424 27.8 6,636 98 61.2 3,156,604 26,931,618 8.9 22.6 12. 151
1935 10,919 2,284,256 2,405,917 142,712 77,745 49,648 61.0 64.4 49.1 5,564,173 4,946,710 2,042,274 734 169 621 40.7 123,533 61,948 185,481 18.8 36,884 2,190 904 26.3 367 22.9 6,235 95 55.7 3,082.520 26,242,383 9.0 29.6 141
New York. Chi. & St. L. 1936 1,672 456,851 461,541 6,809 15,959 8,963 64. 65 493 1057,78 945.586 31,70 1 23 32 16.6 6,235 7,598 13,833 38,22 2,072 749 21.4 80 58.8 ,813 85 0.7 124,920 688,537 5.5 3.7 16.4 57
1935 1,661 401600 404,675 4706 13,87 7,519 64 63 50.7 909,343 809903 29519 14 52 15 7.9 8,540 6,899 1439 4.3 37204 2,021 735 21.2 654 47.5 5912 84 71.4 121,685 72,778 .0 16.4 131
Pere Marquatte. ._...-. 1936 2,01 566 366,885 5,403 9,091 856 60.8 56.9 492 671,316 580,126 212,44 119 1 .3 8,689 6,235 14,924 5.4 27,207 1,631 59 23.4 468 321.9 ,402 88 79.8 118,828 705985 5.9 14.8 13.2
1935 2,096 314167 330,710 2,798 7,935 88 62 56.0 49.3 586,030 503,336 193,278 107 6 44 28 0,159 4,48 14,645 43 27,422 1,605 16 24.4 432 28 3074 87 70.6 4,165 61998 5.4 12.0 139 1
Pitts. & Lake Erie.-..- 1936 234 74,165 76,604 14 2,948 1,712 63.3 33.4 50.0 270404 246,606 141,703 27 13 29 42.0 14,521 11,677 26,198 39.2 47,488 3,343 1,921 48.1 183 6.0 20,200 89 36.5 65,838 328,796 5.0 22.6 25.1 75
1935 234 68,872 70,219 2,847 2,044 58.2 24.5 50.1 267,977 248,687 139,817 21 11 39 54.9 16,348 11,962 28,310 42.6 52,654 3,633 2,042 49.1 167 5.9 19,944 87 33.0 61,266 275,039 4.7 31.3 26.4 66
*abash... h. .. -1936 2,435 571,466 580,452 11,792 17,441 9,707 64.2 57.8 47.6 1,166,408 1,020,069 342,490 129 37 143 46.3 10,948 9,698 20,646 3.2 36,336 1,799 604 19.6 560 44.3 4,689 99 63.8 258,867 1,591,792 6.3 23.6 14.1 160
Central Eastern Region: 1935 2,435 499,770 505,878 10,234 15,400 8,41 64.5 55.6 48.6 1,010,492 883,991 289189 126 36 170 51.2 13,064 8,425 21489 35 36,651 1,785 584 18.8 446 36.9 3,960 104 51.7 251,817 1499259 6.2 28.3 1.6 138
Baltimore & Ohio.. 196 6,366 1,470,608 1,790,241 174,445 44,693 26,964 62.4 62.5 495 3,518,410 3,40,9111,356650 29 610 47.3 68,694 27,872 96,566 15.9 27921 2,96 935 30.4 468 24.7 7,103 132 50.8 1,139,609 8,116, 7.3 4.1 17.4 130
1935 6,321 1,2608522 1,52,,123 176,04, 58,768 22,92 62.8 62.1 50.2 3,006,069 2,613882 1,183,063 606 138 566 43.2 75,326 20,318 95,644 18.7 27,830 2,105 953 30.5 412 21.5 6,239 137 3.7 1,106,597 7,922,260 7 35.6 122
Central of New Jersey. 1936 681 140,448 15,614 29,059 4,498 2,8 61.2 66.3 50.3 346,632 301,607 137,995 57 14 76 51.7 10,963 9,648 20,611 32.5 26,522 2,232 1,021 30.7 222 11.8 6,75 141 41.2 285,125 1,412,46 5.0 19.4 25.8 74
1935 684 141,139 161,124 30,818 5,030 3,284 60.5 72.4 51.2 399,928 355,677 176,678 9 10 87 55.8 12,777 9.454 22,231 28.5 30,570 2,605 1.294 35.1 266 12.5 8,610 123 40.9 281,452 1,364,942 4.9 19.4 24.9 74
Chicago & Eastern Ill.- 1936 91 164,939 16,74 296 4,051 1,90 68.0 53.6 48.2 275,101 238,999 99,229 52 5 49.1 3,408 3,091 6,499 7.7 27,058 1,454 604 24.5 500 30.0 312 515 157,410 929471 59 306 169 151
1935 939 150,88 151,63 2,434 3,520 1,795 66.2 59.4 49.4 248491 215,786 91,963 44 5 55.0 3:,508 2,399 5,907 11.3 26601 1437 612 26.1 519 30.0 325 12 47.0 158,381 939,526 5.9 6.1 16. 151
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern 196 199,44 175,317 88,482 56 30 9 8,066 4,586 12,652 5.6 17,481 1,962 990 37.7 228 9.6 6 5 105 36.1-- -
195 34946 11 85,462 713 1,958 1,243 61.5 42.7 50.9 172,934 152,875 75,886 50 2 35 40.2 7:878 28147 10,725 6.3 15,439 1:872 929 38.2 231 9.9 570 110 33.2 -
Long Island --.......... 1936 393 27,231 27,760 1575 270 257 51.2 88.1 50.5 28,052 20,8 8,121 8 5 17 4.0 660 3,341 4,001 2.2 5,557 783 05 30.1 69 4.5 689 308 2.7 577,047 3,635,946 5.2 18.6 9.3 9
1935 393 26,931 27,589 114,367 264 227 53.8 854.8 50.7 26,3534 19,491 7,692 30 :43.14 776 2,931 3,707 4.0 5;645 737 29 29.1 68 14.4 653 299 26.6 555,612 3;544;9 5.2 19.4 9.2 88
Pennsylvania System 1936 9,801 2,932,874 3,321,532 353,210 01,565 61,535 62.3 61.6 49.9 7,771,038 6,40,339 2,987,744 1,383 162 849 35.5 194,143 62,082 256,225 17.4 34,335 2,369 1,035 294 383 20.9 10,161 111 51.1 3,333,30 27,715,670 8.9 21.1 11.8 122
1935 10,009 2,662,072 3,019,687 333,046 97,163 56,231 63.3 63.1 50.8 7,351,972 6,510,391 2,930,895 1,213 244 999 0.7 238,376 51,849 290,225 15.2 35397 2,493 1,123 30.2 338 17.7 9,76 108 45.7 3,310,110 27,100868 .1 239 115
Reading .. 1936 1449 86,00 419,484 49,208 10,564 6,841 607 67.8 50.6 866493 79, 352,020 187 60 96 28.0 26,134 10,447 36,1 11.0 24,909 1,973 914 3.3 22 15.9 8,098 13 45.0 398,48 1,477,582 5. 22.1 19.7 57
1935 1.452 9923 435,293 50,490 11,582 7,687 60.1 72.7 51.5 974,129 5,4 1 421,694 186 81 101 27.4 28,182 9,o47 37,229 8. 27,855 264 1,060 3.4 69 1.9 9683 130 44.0 389404 1387632 5.1 22.8 19.0 48
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio... 1936 3050 826,198 86717 5,625 8,202 0,782 554 6.5 50.1 3,522,1903,226,3 1,2,695 62 75 14.2 41,701 12,838 5,59 1.6 56,033 3,946 2,119 4 1,04 41.5 18,938 69 56.7 37 96 2,476,390 7.2 8.6 16.0 12
1935 3050 807156 5352 3,45 ,854 28,49 5.8 37. 4.3 3,55,844 ,070,38 1,62,598 108 18.2 40945 11,248 52,193 2.0 5499 844 2082 4.1 1062 41.5 81 0 69 52.7 69249 2349 3 6.9 10.6 16.2 12
Norfolk & Western .. 1936 2,145 618,0862,35 25,196 17417 59.1 .8 50.5 2,324798 2,089, 1090,505 266 64 4 108 32495 5 6 3731 1.9 49990 3,405 1,777 43.3 979 .2 16,948 96 61.6 274,79 1,817,596 6.6 5.0 19.0 1
Soutn R : 1935 2,149 611,926 6,3 28,186 214.913 16,780 59.8 40.9 50.5 2.319,648 2,094,814 1,100,736 233 102 51 13.2 32,221 14496 36,717 2.8 52,258 35 1,813 44.2 970 36.7 17,102 92 57.7 283,937 1, ,804o5 6.4 11.0 / 108
Southern Regiop:1935 2",191 72 2 :10
Atlantic Coast Line ..... 1936 5,100 580,110 582,214 7,408 11,559 6,188 65.1 61.3 54.0 742,542 616,564 219,557 218 67 110 27.8 18,495 6,541 25,036 23.6 19,062 1,071 381 19.0 272 22.0 1,45 111 49.7 486,974 3,775412 7. 19.7 13.9 85
1935 5.148 566,663 570,134 7,468 11,957 6886 63.5 67.4 538 749,91 626,693 212,637 261 50 135 30.3 20,823 5:902 25,725 20.7 20,016 1,116 379 17.8 247 21.8 1,377 114 43.1 501,037 3,969,973 7.9 20.2 12.9 89
Central of Georgia.l ....- 1936 1,886 245,647 247,687 ,577 5,208 2,157 70.7 52.4 49.6 340,558 284,283 104,89 105 22 173 3402 4,563 7,965 4.2 21,349 1,165 429 20.1 439 30.8 1,853 116 65.9 164,175 1,007,040 6.2 239 17.8 82
Illinois Central (nc. 1935 1,886 228,612 229,615 4,129 5,058 2,395 67.9 52.1 49.6 329,967 277,239 103,505 103 38 27.0 5,934 4,515 l0,449 17.4 22,450 1,219 495 20.5 330 23.8 1,831 117 55.3 172,742 1,100,723 6.5 37.5 14.8 72
Illinois Central (incl.o 95 15 95n7329,9067 2:07,23:1aw0a a3oloe o72
Y. & V.). _.. 1936 6,2 1,551,605 1,568,482 28,689 36,9 22,027 62.7 61.5 50.5 2,650,182 2,295,860 892,984 624 4 2232 25.9 6153 19,787 55,940 28.5 25906 1491 580 24.2 529 34.9 4536 121 61.9 789754 5505,793 7.0 18.3 14.8 98
S195 6,87 375 4 182465 27091 077 18754 63.8 63. 50.9 23 57 24 63 823521 619 8 273 30.3 14 1:572 57419 25,70 1,504 06 249 471 296 468 124 515 794139 554:627 71 357 162 7
Louisville & Nashville 196 4,998 1,036,630 1,133798 29,6 24,871 16,395 60.3 67.0 50.9 1,960,008 1,727,907 816,549 37 24 204 36.1 36,38 10,655 7,039 23.7 25,841 1,669 789 32.8 564 2.5 5,46 120 68.5 698,871 4,60,257 6.6 26.4 17.9 11
195 5,046 951,780 1,028058 26,096 21,884 14,ooo 61.0 67.6 50.7 1,710,523 1,501,08 711,883 310 9 267 45.6 40326 7,635 47,91 281 25433 1581 750 2.5 50 24.7 4702 127 60.2 7972 4751724 6.4 31.7 / 121
Seaboard Air Line____ 1936 14,295 426,542 l442,264 3,946 10,378 5257 66.4 57.9 51.6 678,564 578,96 209,126 220 7 98 30.2 9,130 4,934 14,064 2.7 22,771 1,6 497 20.2 488 36.4 1,623 114 4.6 501685 2,89,898 6.9 13.5 12. 98
1935 4,295 415,116 419,311 4,254 9,08 5,42 64.5 58. 50.8 639,889 550,711 196,002 202 13 124 36.6 9,923 3, 13805 4. 22:382 1349 480 20.2 462 35.4 1:521 113 40.8 479529 2902430 6.7 3 12.4 110
Southern -.1936 6,596 1,209,806 1,227,999 19,165 27,449 12,64 68.5 61.2 56.6 1,732,632 1,477,280 565,112 470 35 289 36.4 23,108 16,604 39,712 16. 21,09 1,228 470 20.6 467 3.2 2,56 149 52.2 997,722 6,542,437 6.6 25.6 17.9 119
1935 6,599 1,09,268 1,106,525 1,495 24632 11,31 68.5 61.1 50.8 1,533,5111,305,582 49,165 47 5 335 41.6 24,931 13,718 38,649 12 44 29.6 2476 147 46.6 98472 6609238 6.7 29.7 17.8 117
Note: EffeotiVC with carrier reports for the month of January, 1936, the rules relative to operating statistics of large steam railways were revised with the following effect on this statement: Miles of road operated (column 2),
number of locomotives on line columnse 14 to 17 inclusive), and number of freight oars on line (columns 18 to 21 inclusive) were changed from averages for the month to actual figures as of the lose of the month. Freight
train and locomotive-miles (oolumne 3 and 4) and the ton-alles of freight locomotives includedd in column 11), whioh formerly applied only to freight trains and the freight proportion of mixed trains, based on oar-mlles,
were changed to apply to freight trains and all mixed trains handling more freight-train oars than passenger-train oars. Passenger train-miles columnn 31) were changed, in similar manner, to apply to passenger trains and
all mixed trains handling more passenger-train oare than freight-train oara. Fuel consumption per oar-mile in passenger service (column 35) was changed from consumption per oar-mile in steam locomotive trains to con-
sumption per oar-mile in all trains (including motor-oar trains). Carriers were not required to rework 1935 figures according to the revised rules, but they have in some oases supplied considerable comparable data. In
other oases, the figure shown in this statement for last year were restated by the carriers from last years' reports, or Inserted from suoh reports by the Bureau of Statistics.
n.ot available.
(OVER) No passenger-train service.



















Subject to revision


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


BUREAU OF STATISTICS



Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of June, 1936, Compared with June, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000-Continued.


FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE
SNumber of road locomo- N
Looomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles (housands) tves on Grossne Number ofreghtar Pound Locomo
on line Gross Gron NNet PoundsLoomo- Per cent Pounds Locmo-
I-m e rviosablneH e Toa me s lo et of coa l c vun- of coal tile-
Region, road, and year o Per- per per tn- ton ile ton-miles 1,000grofosa miles Passenger- e n-- ofcaaie
Miles Train- Per Gro Net Serviceable_ train-hour, train-mile, miles mil per per mile of t-miles, per Train-miles train gr- able of senger- per
of road miles Principal Loaded Empty Per er cent Un- ent Per cent excluding excluding per loaded per car- road per including ocomo cr-miles per total train locomo-
operatednh(o- t cent st-oun-adaocomor pcar-er locomo. oiom- car-milrstca
helper s) nds) east of locomotives locomotives and non- tored tored able oe- able tenders tenders tenders y ay
total and tenders and tenders revenue eble
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)


Northwestern Region:
Chi. & North Western....... .1936
1935
Chicago Great Western.. ...-1936
1935
Chi., ilw.. St. P. & Pac._1936
1935
Chi., St. P., Minneap. & Om._1936
1935
Great Northern .......................... 1936
1935
Minneap., St. P. & S. St. M._1936
1935
Northern Pacific...................__1936
1935
Central Western Region:
Alton............... ---- -............. 1936
1935
Atch., Top. & S. Fe (incl.
G., C. & S.F. & P. & S.F.)1936
1935
Chi., Burl. & Quincy-.-........1936
1935
Chi.. Rock I. & Pac. (incl.
Chi., Rock I. & Gulf) ......1936
3935
Denver & R. G. Wn.. ....... 1936
1935
Southern Pacific-Pacific
Lines. ..... ... ........... ._ 936
1935
Union Pacific /........................ ..936
1935
Southwestern Region:
Mo.-Kans.-Texas Lines........ ._1936
1935
Missouri Pacific .... ....... 1936
1935
St. Louis-San Francisco ....1936
1935
St. Louis Southwestern
Lines ....... ...... .. .............. 1936
1935
Texas & New Orleans..........__1936
1935
Texas & Pacific. ............. ........1936
1935


(OVER)


1,5586
1,1456

11,121
11,119



8,080
8,0141

4, 27
4:2N4
6,429
6,416
928
921
13,228
13,308
8,937
8,971
8,176
8,272
2,584
2,584
8,614
8,599
9,824
9,832
3,282
3,282
7,201
7,208
4,888
4.993
1,768
1,774
4,416
4,:420
1,94(5
1,945


1,003.947
863,56W
222,802
210,244
1.315,784
1.114,535
212.19
182,:05
7t45,752
610,690
365,856
340,493
6;3:3711
3869
197,583
187.386
1,812,713
1,585,705
1,182,120
1,0"4,178
1,206,660
971,353
250,670
201,085
1, 495,326

1, 473,672
1,419,551
386,366
355,368
1,l27,5314
1:;02;1: 3
718,893
636,372

1'66:8'SU
577.600
494,791
313,740
277,271


1,045,556
916,263
223,710
210,330
1,402,075
1,178,085
221,115
186,023



372,865
343,:808
755,173
587,715
209,271
190,010
1,968,500
1,673,1645
1,230,706
1,104,595
1,230,062
984,281
274,142
217,:252
1,623,284

1,626,oo9
1,472,912
392,291
359,051
1,167,1442
1,063,913
L25,455
645,822

12,914
2711,778
78141
495,372
313,740
277,271


26,506
23,101
7,499
6,428
60,655
51:399
9,921
8,341
2427
14, 182



51,811
36,899
1,244
1,759
104,241
67,965
44,219
40,147
5,831
5,9914
26,726
22,769
184,076
137.636
85,539
82,064
6,222
5,304
24:,66
224:46
10,518

14,0149
3,652
11,7894
8,290
2,098
1,563


26,719
22,2471
6,967
6:641
6,o944
29:274
4,952
3,882
25,580
19,826
8,704
7,508
20,295
15,215
4,567
3,998

? 695
31,442
27,198
27,175
22,089
6,662
5,360
148,567
39,110
48,765
44:173
10,668
9,265



15,170
13,271



13,191
10; 844
9,5154
8,054


15,315




3:89
21,787
18,6101


16,709
11,246
3,966
3,260
10.435
7,436
2,957
2,817
30,828
25,327
18,341
14,944
16,981
13,828
3,086
2,469


23,652
25.052
22,391
7,220
5,905



7:722b
18,592
4:65

7:207
6,381
6,027


53.7
50.1
60.6
58.8





66.9
63.4A
48.5
514.6
52.2



48.4
62.0
56.4
67.5
67.3
59.6
58.5
55.7
49.9
58.3
56.8
52.9
50.3
66.
65.6
58.9
58.2

57:2



17:4
64.9
62.3
55.4
53.9

64: 1


1,886,280
1,553,352
14& 779
438363
2,574,170
2,099,139

345,849
a6,;84i



577,8803
48 2,673

1,0535637
339,051
305,4a4
3,828,312
37120,269
26,12,675
1,844,250
1,956,141
1:556:749
501,101
390.552
W.56.247

3,342,527
2,998,069




17260,512
659:152







9635055
785.107
689,386
599,127


1,651,799
1, 44,249
412,07
370,028
2,266,361
1.842,6053
298,546
222,504

1:'3'06:4240
506,469
412,035
1,246,636
906,723
294,887
262,574

2661:5,,
1,864,685
1,591,982
1,672,526
1,335,578
405,4
315,:05

A 66418
2,889,403
2,559,638
660,510
562,553
1,:972,476
1,681,511
922,129
793,463

Z495:515N
842,664
681,659
595,556
517,112


601,178
478,311
152,604
130,793
8914,1914
723,469

nI

819,3590
602,9714
217,564
175,170
511,863
350,177
108s,432
88,381
1,080,809
858,927
765 795J
696:506
594 055
472:3862
170,456
132,297
971,472
777,569
1,051,071
932,087
221,450
191,221
742,700
631,981
363,109
306, 64o

121,05;

282,964
220%885

183,636
154,931


223
252
27
38
139
186
20
40
184
186
37
31

11,
29
38
329
371
111
95
311
346

49
198
261
220
253
o80
86





8
9
58
70
97
71


1,766
2,0014

43, 146
49,898
2,992
1,704

41:498
12,555
13.533
27,630
33,508
2,431
2,527



27,279
31, 93
24, 03
29: 15
12,853
13,305
32,328
94:2114
40,089
42,737
4,935
5,829
16,718
18,372
18,278
21,023
2,860
3:543
7,331
7,588
2,638
2.731


22,359
24,478
k4,019
2,798
21,687
15,703
5,969
7,187
10,448
8,951
4,712
4,337
5,505
4,090
6,622
6,402
13,746
10,672
16,204
11,999
13592
1 :127
3,o54
2,885
27,206
25,018

17,032
14,823
5,596
3,845
24,113
17,129
7,696
5,986
3,993
3,978

10,497

k4:


See explanatory note on opposite side of this sheet.
M/ Not available.
o/ Includes Los Angeles & Salt Lake, Oregon Short Line, Oregon-Washington R. R. & Navigation Co., and St. Joseph & Grand Island, leased January 1, 1936.


59,683
66,879

Z: 1

64,835
65,601
8,961
8,891
47,805
50,449
17,267
17,870
33,135
37,598

8:9299

79 1497
82,259
43,48a
43,492

Z *v4M
15,907
16,190
59,534
59,232
57,121
57,560
10934

40,831
35,501
25,974
27,009



19,134
18,085
8,116
7,380


9.7
10.7
3.0
3.1
2.9
2.8
9.8
9.0
10.9
9.5

.5
4:5
10.8
11.3
23.1
20.6
9.8
12.2
8.4
8.2
8.8
14.6
7.9
5.1

81:2
15.2
16.7
6.3
3.5




7.80
7.90
5.3
5.9
6.o
7.8
7.9

3


25,555
23,776
30.139
32:714
27,603
26,320
18,346
18:1773
36,8514
514,1419
21,988
19,828
28,625
28:069
34,526
32,352



27,478
25,840
24,709
23,547
26,210
23,908


40,204
37,393
a'514
27,734

p0,952


26,7001

24,731
24,732:
32,1477
31,006


i,0

1.45

1,730
1,661
1,414
1,225
2,415
2,150

l'.9

1,809
1,687
1,496
1,407
1,7
1068

1,586
1,528
1,390
1,379
1,621
1,575
2,078
2,156
1,970
1,820
1,713
1,587
1,756
1,639

1:2~

1,723
1,529
1,470
1,389
1,902
1,868


600
556
685
623

65V

567
480
1,111
992
597
516



Z47

438
559


651
659
494
1488
682
660
6j5
680
717
663

5394
539
661
616


?5

494
450
587
560


22.5
21.5
21.9
21.7
24.9
24.7
24.2
22.5
32.0
30.4
25.0
23.3
25.2
23.0
21.7
22.1
20.5
19.5
24.4
25.2
21.9
21.4
25.6
24.7


21.6
21.1
20.8
20.6
23.7
23.1
23.9
23.1
18.5
18.0
21.5
20.4
19.3
19.2


2,398
1,892
3489
,994
2,680
2,169

1?2 4
1.4r2

2,500
1,697
1,366
2,654
1,819
3,894
3,198
2,724
2,151
2,856
2,551
2,422
1,904
2,199
1,707
3,75

3,566
3,160
2,249
:1,942







2,136
1,666
5,146
2,655


1,082in,111
999,504
1M l926
1.954
922,396
929.046
205,676
206,102
670,760
621,013
222,208
219,636
549,887
469,857
166,668
169,356

1: 50 ''
1,179,030
1,138,305
894,581
8Wo,987
167.159
164,125
1,368.568
1,139,151
1,223,327
1,178,603
346,447
337,:447


466,931
426,699



374,987
330,805
29,16)
227,709


7,062,903
6,782,400
637,473
626,255
6,010,975
6,109,4o5
1,316,571
1,28, 12
4,732,088
4,679,219
1,330,712
1,237.261
4,237,154
3,545,283
1,029,086
1,084,456
12,1462,611
11,988,234
6,966,236
7,153,911
5,778,922
5,139,151
1,264,590
1,182,929
12,155,923
10,810,109
12,448,711
11,003,982
2 5,451
2, 47.302
4,720,245
4,657,023


2437.175

2,718,597
2,223,008
1,986,232
1,698,363


93796-0 U. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE1936


JUNE, 1936




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA l I 1f LL1.
1C Iste. 3: 5< II1I1III1 1I 11I 111I 11I I .
3 1262 08731 2855 .; -
Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION sI. ....2

BUREAU OF STATISTICS TO JULY1936


Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of July, 1936, Compared with July, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000.



FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE
Looomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles thousands ) Number of road locmoNuber of right ar
ives on line on line Gross Gross Net Pounds Locomo-
Region, ro, and year --ton-miles ton-miles Net o Net o N Nt co P un o
ilsPer Grt i Net Serveablese-Pisse-mil
o T Pros Net Serviceable Per train-hour, train-mile miles m iles tpn-pile mo r Pas en ge- n aervice- per pas- miles
operated miles Princi Loded Empty Per Per entn- nt Per cent excluding excluding lpr per er rp r i inmludPg Tram-me a p ble of .r- pe
operatedh Loadedt Emp(thou- cent cent Meyv... un- Pyloaded c a cay-road pe including Icpes
Light ( lo eaded bound Including Excluding Revenue i-e srv- Home Foreign Total un- locom- locomo- tra- d ay clocom tram locomo- m- tie-
"ed et of locomotives locomotives and non- Not S toured a le e te nde tes ande mile Y tires nd tire-t
total and tenders and tenders revenue stored able able tenders eders lenders da ies mle day
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (38)

New England Region:
Boston & Albany..._._..... 1936 373 126,901 131,082 8,607 3,026 1,578 65.7 67.5 7.8 195,146 161,175 53,298 24 11 27 29.3 2,6 3,6?6 6,021 26.2 21,481 1,278 422 17.6 266 23.0 4,610 151 49.0 254,176 1,691,044 5.6 18.3 19.0 112
1935 373 114,673 118,952 7,781 2,735 1,398 66.2 66.7 47.9 175,940 143.932 45,724 49 15 32 33-3 2'6 ,47 6,809 25.7 21,235 1,262 410 17.1 214 18.9 4,039 l16 42.6 247,027 1,599,369 5.5 21.3 18.0 100
Boston & Maine ... .......... 1936 1,963 261,575 29,181 27,023 9,193 3,853 70.5 62.8 51.5 562,201 491,030 153,416 122 7 166 56.3 8,171 6,555 14,726 17.2 25,362 1,885 74 20.0 394 28.0 3,013 97 35.4 604,o06 3.299,028 5.2 39.1 13 73
1935 1,971 240,135 264.930 23,951 8,068 3.273 71.1 62.3 51.5 479,914 416,256 155,380 119 3 166 57.6 352 6,972 15.324 14.7 23,654 1,74 649 19.-3 324 23.6 2,544 102 32.8 626,466 3,323,084 5.7 34.7 / 79
N. Y., New H. & Hartf........ 1936 2,011 345,293 415.986 22,333 11,641 6,022 65.9 64.7 49.3 716,215 628,189 226,726 169 21 99 34.9 12,386 9,61 22,003 21.8 26,131 1,852 668 19.5 315 24.5 3,637 99 49.2 42,445 5,879,464 T. 31.4 11.2 88
1935 2,050 334,817 407,271 20,104 10,402 5,554 65.2 65.3 49.8 658,271 567,117 203,169 178 11 112 37.2 14.765 10,366 25,731 16.0 24,789 1,722 617 19.5 361 20.5 3,197 100 49.8 816,99 ; 5,257,762 6.9 40.3 '/ 75
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson........... 1936 831 208,614 279,174 31,318 7,141 ,541 66.9 64.8 51.1 493,962 431,886 204,125 104 14 35 12.8 8,912 3,300 12,212 5.1 29,284 2,084 985 28.6 556 29.0 7,927 104 36.3 120,032 809,948 6.8 12.2 12.2 81
1935 835 184,327 240,879 25,395 5,734 3,188 64.3 67.0 49.6 399,718 347,282 156,931 94 151 8 10.3 10,967 2,546 13,513 4.8 26,155 1.903 860 27.4 378 21.4 6,060 107 30.8 119,813 766,173 6.4 14.3 12.6 67
Del., Lack. & Western......... 1936 983 355,469 93,674 51,038 11,688 5,52 67.9 62.1 49.9 805,912 671,925 259,762 135 1 107 44.0 13,790 6,008 19,798 17.1 31,641 1,917 741 22.2 421 27.9 8,527 124 59.3 442,880 2,971,519 6.7 29.3 17.2 12
1935 992 279,789 311,356 40,688 8,658 4,468 66.0 60.7 49.7 599,598 495,152 186,220 105 44 87 36.9 lc523 6,574 23,097 11.3 26,798 1,799 677 21.5 265 18.7 6,056 140 46.7 430,255 2,792,513 7.7 28.5 15.9 10
Erie (inol. Chi. & Erie).... _196 2,298 700914 741,259 39,555 471 16,211 6714. 51.6 2,792,96 1,80 t51 12 46 217 42.7 172, 191 6 4 4' 2,452 9 22.5 615 41.9 9615 91 5.0 485, 3,1,996 6.2 14.7 17.8 07
195 2,05 290 6640 39,234 25,189 13657 70 515 1 99 59, 3 561 201 5 900 22. 52 36.6 785 90 47.3 477 24581 74 243 /
Grand Trunk Western..........._ 196 1,027 257, 258,561 1,869 6,667 ,656 64.6 67 502 4,67 34,218 139,31 84 1 55 4,19 6,762 10,901 16.2 30,418 1,551 549 20.9 407 30.1 4,567 762,128 7.7 19.2 12.0 129
1935 1,007 223533 225,233 1,962 6,068 53765 61.7 53.0 50.1 414,510 362,026 118,8k8 70 71 50.4 4,577 6,592 31,169 19.5 1,930 1,631 535 19.6 332 27.1 4 3,808 91 52.0 105,307 739,836 7.2 23.1 8/ 133
Lehigh Valley.._.....---- 1936 1,12 4,596 397,258 45,737 12,82 6,75 66.8 6.3 51.1 91242 789,484 13,134 125 11 151 52.6 o 9,409 20,979 6.8 38,174 2,156 904 25.8 512 29.7 8,139 111 50.0 263301 2,209,860 9.9 50.0 1.4 124
1935 1,335 311,374 329,576 35,066 9.815 5,278 65.0 65.8 52.6 701,781 603,411 38,480 1 14162 51.3 14,162 6,617 20,779 10.7 33,426 1:981 783 24.3 371 23.5 5,761 126 37.7 247,297 2,051.476 9.7 18.3 8/ 115
New York Central.... 196 10,789 2,595,809 2724,87 15,07 87,749 55656 61.2 6.2 49.0 6,259912 60, 2,282,208 849 117 550 6. 102,27 4,86 166,6 21.5 6,052 2,166 889 26.0 443 27.8 6,82 95 61.2 291,08428,142,967 8.9 23.0 12. 1
1935 10,919 2,219,1212,322,219 127,25 70,876 45,665 60.8 6.5 48.6 5,007159 4,411 6 1,79,560 689 187 67 41 122,620 60,685 18,35 19.3 34,135 19 88 784 24.5 306 20.5 5139 97 52.2 3 26 5991641 8.7 29.0 1
New York, Chi. & St. L..._.. 1916 1,672 471,202 1477,915 7.448 16, 8,987 64.8 614.0 49.14 1,100,110 98;,92U 371,442 1 0 14 29 15.0 ,75 1,06 14,860 3.4 37,925 2,091 789 22: 8 55 167 81 81 '3'.?
1,661 4003934 05,299 ,79 12 2 7,495 63.0 64.14 49.5 854,016 7514 23,407 11 52 18 .1 4 ,95 ,81 14,732 4.8 35,29 1,887 58 260. 33 55 3.2 15. 1
Pere Marquette.__ .. 196 2,081 353654 6745 6,275 9,006 5.295 63. 56.8 49.3 651,137 559,349 210,45 113 4 3 22. 7718 6,118 13,836 5.4 26,721 1,58 596 23.4 471 .0 ,262 88 79.6 18,260 95712 6.5 11.1 11.4 170
1935 2,096 00,304 310,922 3,756 6,805 4,339 61.1 56.6 49.8 512,924 35,489 165,260 106 8 5 28.3 10,173 4,715 14,888 43 24,351 1,45 552 24.3 361 24.3 2,54 89 .2 135100 819159 61 40 10 179
Pitt. & Lake Ere........ 1936 24 83,32 8,416 50 290 2,01 62.0 31.4 46.6 30,821 279,379 159,762 31 14 23 33.8 1,81 11,710 26,520 40.4 47,578 803 48.6 1 6 22040 8 400 66,916 336,717 5.0 16.1 23.7 78
1935 214 63,525 614,705 M,450 1,822 57.7 24.8 49.2 354,797 216,895 120,769 6 6 39 54.9 15,019 11,649 26,668 46.6 50,476 3:435 1:913 48.5 142 5.1 16:671 8P 29.4 63,303 289,700 7.7 250 25.6 66



Central of New Jersey...-.- 1936 681 15709 166,812 31,574 4664 2,941 61. 66.2 50.2 359,667 312,38 13156 56 12 79 53.7 9 21511 321 26,252 2,239 1,026 30.7 22111.8 6,779 135 43.5 310,5 1,635,196 55 14*9 25 79
Wabash......... ............ 1936 2,435 617,751 6728 2,02 18,56 ,718 65 5 68.0 512 310716 27 1,078,12 37 132 29 147 47 11,209 9,96 21,178 4.2 34,8 1,766 6977 31 185 10.0 5,848 35.7 4 15645 5. 18. 2 79160
Elgin, JolE t & Ea rnb 1935 2,43 5 497,725 506 7 10,30 2,469 1,458631 632. 9 42.2 51.0 205,861 1858,067 185 122 39 163 503 13,972 267 2,239 2.8 317,929 1,982 990 7.2 27 10.1 6,826 10 5.9 -31
19ed6..5 4 9 4 9 6426 1 2 2 6 14 0 12 5 73,93121 2 5



3 3esaa k99 5 49 11 1018,30,9 5,2,2 959 9, 57549 9 7 1 1 5 328 8 11 9 113 ,50 207, 69 15.
,,e195 6 ,8 8 2 12 3-. 146,6 5,1 1 88 1. 6 1 7 39 : 8 / 1
Central or New Jersey..._.... 1936 681 1.49 709 166 124 3 574 4,66 41 2,941 61.3 66.2 50.2 359,66 7312,348 7143,156 56 1 02 79 5 11,11 9,39 21 32.1 26,252 2,239 1,26 30.7 221 161.87 6, 1435 310,5791,6







1935 56148 478,73 1479,189 6,56023 8,518 52,71591 62.3 57.5 499 310,71 21 41330 1,128 257 152 29.5 23, 4 367 27,370 20.6 7,59 960 32977 31. 1 8 16.2 585 121 571 500953 18589 : o :
icntral o Gtern gial.._ 19386 266,7 851 463, 1 2,29 7.6 1 48.7 35282,280 47,0 107,19922 97 27 21. 3258 ,444 6,847 .8 20,411 1,120 407 19.6 50 .7 1,846 116 70.098 20,686 1076 61 2 18







9395Illinois 2en 32ral 15 23665 2 1 4 2 47.9 215,823 18 92, 5 9 0 4 270 373 79922 1.7 7233 1, 1,20 23.19*, 3795 24 1,59 3 9 130 4.61 3,1 9,45 655 3 15.: 73
Elgin, Joliet & Nahvlle._ 1936 4,989 1050,447 1,14620 95,808 27,39010 24,981 1,425 6 638 499 1 974,012 1741,268 825,912 39 24- 30 3 7,76.8 9,976 46,828 23 7 25,475 1,660 787 1 566 5,826 116 66.4 719,688 4, 6.7 26.6 16 10







1955 5046 805,435 928,499 2,121 18473 680 12,45 4 591 9 66 2 4. 9 154569153 1,2699933 584,13 275 26 38 48.2 7,749 2,394 48,063 27.9 23,234 1,473 678 315 5 388 20.9 334 127 769374 495058 65 19
Long Island.... ..... 196 4,295 442,692 ,940 ,56 2 10,85 67.6 5. 50.7 701,909 1.797 221,904 210 107 318 8,801 4,734 13 5 2.3 22,646 1,1 509 20.4 518 7.5 1,667 116 45. 8,87 ,97 126 6. 17.2 .
















1935 4,295 420,879 0,585 ,985 8520 ,5 65.4 56. 50.6 567,381 ';53 164,970 189 24 132 38.3 10083 5.182 15.365 4.5 20,176 14305 399 19.4 395 0.9 1,239 120 4272 4,07 2;99553 671 4964 12: lo:
.ot e n-- 1 935 39936 1 2 6,4 74 1 8 133 4 9 8 2 2 1 9 65 3 6 3.59 5 2 3,1, 3 8 1 6 627 6 ,308,384 1 3 5 8 771 2, 6 2 2 ,9 6 1 4. 4 5, 10 2 56 2 2 8.2 57 3.8 3 318 3 33 5 .4 624 26 56. 11.N8:. 91 7
Pennsylvania System........... 196 9,801 02 4,1 9 1 09,20 6 6. 49 6 7 7,6 5 ,5 8 1.4 04 1

















road operate, 3 column 2), nuber of looosotlves on lie (o lumn 14 to 17 inoluslTe), and number of freight Bare on line (3olu9n3 18 te1o 6 tli83e) were change. fro2 a21rage1 fo2 t9, 8onth to 1ot8al
Pocahontas Region:

g aNorfolkofhe olo of the right train and ote e (olu and 4) an the ton-e4 of freight lo2,280,98omotiei474 eludedd I0 column 1), which forer0y applied only to freight 1,














oar-sile In pa senger sernie (oolu7n 55) w:a changed froa consumpton pr oar-mile In steaa coomotive trai to consumption per oar-ail* in all train Inoluding motor-oar trains). Carriers wer
not required t3 rework 195 fure ordg to the rei rule but thy hae i oe ae57 2 854,913uppli onderable coarable data. In other ae, the figur hown 1n thi tateet 1or lat
Atlanti Coast Lineyear were rtted by the eae. fro 10,71t yers' eport, or inrted fro h port by the Bureau of Stat,1ice9,














(OVER) t ot available.
Central of Georgia............ 193 1,2,o en107,922 972120411 120 407 19.6 50 6.46 6 70,686 1,07 6,
Illinois Central (inol. 3 5477
Y. & N. v.)....................1936 6,71516114 37,29 20, 64'60.7 00 2611,370 2,316,880 9338,898 638 18 22825.8 ,B 99, 35.0 2,


Seaboard Air Line- .....1936 14,295 442,692 92 1 9201 51
S d n0., 79e.271,9o0 s21 31. 8,801 4 ,734 13 ,5 25 1,667 116 4:87 R,3126 :
Southern.....__. 196 596 1,296,474 1,315,76 30,09819 161Z,718 60: 22,541 17,38 921,315 1 1 448935.4.6 1,6,814,36 6
1935 6,5991, 132, 5 18,78027 1456122 325 8701 477,835 1 4041y3o4 321 25,338 6 4,3143 39,681 13.1 20,668 1,176 44 19.5 38 30. 2,336 151 67 1,017,7946,703,89
Note: Effective with carrier reports for the month of January, 1936, the roles relative to operating statistics of large @team railways wererevised with the following effect on tis statement: Miles of
road operated (column 21, number of locomotives on line (coluoas 14 to 17 inclusive), and comber of freight care on line columnss 18 6to 21 inclusive) were changed from averages for the month to actual
figures as of the close of the month Freight train and locomotive-miles (ooluon 3 and 4) and the ton-miles of freight locomotives (included in column 11), which formerly applied only to freight
trainseand the freight procf lion of mixed tra4na, based on ear-miles, were changed to apply to freight trains and all mixed trains handling more freight-train care than passenger-train care. Pas-
senger train t-a"eus olt 311.were M35ang_ In similar manner, to apply to passenger trainsa nd all mixed trains handling more passenger-train care then freight-train oars. Joel consumption per
ear-mile in passenger service (oolon 351 was changed from consumption per oar-mile In steam locomotive trains to consumption per oar-mile in all trains (Including motor-oar trains). Carrier were
not required to rework 1935 figures according to the revised rules, but they have In some oases supplied considerable comparable data. In other cases, the figures shown in this etatemet for last
year were restated by the earriaer from last years' reports, or inserted from such reports by the Bureau of Statistics.
(OVER) / Not avaiale.
No NOaaeenger-tr~ain eevie.



















Subject to revision


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


BUREAU OF STATISTICS



Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of July, 1936, Compared with July, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000-Continued.


Region, road, and year





(1)

Northwestern Region:
Chi. & North Western_...._ 1936
1935
Chicago Great Western...._1936
1935
Chi., Milw., St. P. & Pac...1936
1935
Chi., St. P., Minneap. & Om._1936
1935
Great Northern......................-1936
1935
Minneap., St. P. & S. St. M.-1936
1935
Northern Pacific.......-. 1936
1935
Central Western Region:
Alton ..........-....-..-.. ... 1936
1935
Atch.. Top. & S. Fe (inol.
P. & S. F.& O.C. & s.F.) 1936
1935
Chi., Burl. & Quincy -_...-. 1936
1935
Chi., Rock I. & Pac. (incl.
Chi., Rock I. & Gulf) .-1936
1935
Denver & R. G. Wn.. ...1936
1935
Southern Pacific-Pacific
Lines................. .............-1936
1935
Union Pacific /....-..... 1936
1935
Southwestern Region:
Mo.-Kans.-Texas Lines_ 1936
1935
Missouri Pacific ........... 1936
1935
St. Louis-San Francisco___196
1935
St. Louis Southwestern
Lines...... ... ..... 1936
1935
Texas & New Orleans........._. 1936
1935
Texas & Pacific .................936
1935
(OVER)


FREIGHT SERVICE


_ono v- >Number of road loosio- Numbs
Locomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles (thouande) tlves on line

Miles Per
of road Train Per Grose Net Serviceable cent
operad miles Principal Loaded Empty Per Per cent Un-un-
and Light (thou- (tho- cent loaded bound Including Excluding Revenue ae- se'"- Home
helper sands) sands) loaded east of locomotives locomotives and non- Not able lte-
total and tenders and tenders revenue stored Stored able
(2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (l4.) (15) (16) (17) (18)


8,355 1,095,932 1,147,287 31,156 28,925 17,867 61.8 54.4 48.3 2,079,536 1,823,496 650,83 396 105 201 28.6 35,33 2
8,428 876,450 924,566 23,848 22,323 12,093 64.9 50.4 48.4 1,535,912 1,328,644 457,644 426 99 232 30.6 42,259 2
1,458 262,030 265,147 11,676 7,981 4,269 65.2 61.1 50.5 562,204 476,825 179,914 64 2 22 25.0 1,675
1,438 209,634 209,850 7:485 5,936 3,628 62.1 58.9 49.8 425,036 357,306 126,276 54 6 35 356.8 1,949
11,120 1,481,816 1,592,351 71,541 40,418 26,166 60.7 56.9 47 2,916,420 2,565,977 992,463 500 59 120 17.7 41579 2
11,119 1,158,943 1,220,798 53,972 29,726 18,120 62.1 52 49.9 2,092,832 1,827,390 706,160 376 105 174 26.6 49,617 1
1,637 231,817 246,301 12,889 5,440 2,648 67.3 59,5 50.1 386,308 333,304 136,413 99 24 22 15.2 3,070
1,641 195,377 201,251 8,817 3,958 1,975 66.7 53.1 8.0 276,976 234,767 95,986 64 39 40 28.0 2,143
8,080 836,732 832,837 25,784 28,559 20,207 58.6 68.5 47.5 2,260,083 2,032,402 927,437 362 43 178 30.5 6,221 1
8,041 692,023 696,611 17,891 22,483 14,421 60.9 65.1 47.5 1,703,007 1,516614 73,659 335 83 180 30.1 526 1
4,273 383,o51 389,891 5,469 8,631 4,252 67.0 48.7 50.3 587,915 13,512 218,346 120 36 23.1 12,286
4274 363,966 368,317 2,745 7,815 3,880 66.8 46.1 48.3 518,780 443,295 185.954 122 37 23.3 13,635
6,429 732,416 806,330 6,908 22,197 11,860 65.2 62.8 48.9 1,550,099 1,343132 529,980 349 11 86 193 26,592
6,416 611,129 670o,205 113 17,239 8,381 67.3 59.9 48.4 1,195,570 1,028,693 391,302 323 6 125 27.5 32,416
928 217,707 228,2 1,656 5,071 2,925 63.4 66.8 510 372,634 324,335 128,089 75 4 21 21.0 2,337
921 192,892 203,413 1,459 4,080 2,995 57.7 68.4 48.0 316,674 270,896 91,805 72 30 29.4 2,253
13,228 1,975,769 2,139,354 99,786 56,821 35,840 613 .59.6 49.7 4,260.954 3,674,315 1,206,962 575 79 317 32.6 64,337 1
13,260 1,691,718 1,770,34 66,139 45 28,129 61.8 60.6 50.5 3,321,020 2,837,80 901,622 5 132 366 36.5 72,109 1
8,937 1,347,527 1,413,720 57,832 36,748 23,449 61.0 55.3 48.7 2,617,394 2.285,225 963,014 44o 3 99 18.3 25,782 1
8,971 1,105,019 1,154,151 40,402 26,393 15,880 62.4 50.9 48.8 1,817,091 1,553,933 644,292 432 9 98 18.2 31,476 1
8,179 1,235,119 1,265,114 8,003 28,686 15,443 65.0 55.3 52.0 2,028,488 1,736,218 664,666 377 29 299 42.4 22,760 1
8,272 1,041,747 1,058,193 6,274 22,518 13,809 62.0 57.6 51.6 1,605,631 1,366,618 484,162 365 13 3 47.8 29,225 1
2,584 281,565 311,190 37,012 7,526 3,575 67.8 55.8 50.5 576,420 466,495 191,979 173 4 27 13.2 12,625
2,584 225,468 243,892 24,014 5,727 2,709 67.9 53.8 50.4 423,210 34o,l06 139,939 151 17 47 21.9 13,342
8,614 1,548,839 1,684,236 189,755 48,556 31,429 60.7 64.8 47.3 3,640,273 3,141,272 1,021,626 546 6 182 23.0 31,876 3
8,599 1,192,466 1,288,332 135,774 38,580 27,743 58.2 66.4 47.2 2,895,785 2,525,338 769,972 402 121 258 33-0 34,067 2
9,828 1,835,717 1,908,860 121,796 56,649 36,958 60.5 61.7 46.6 4,188,816 3,622,010 1,216,380 644 51 170 19.7 4,114 2
9,809 1,499,o62 1,559,030 92:533 9,884 28,386 61.8 60.4 47.6 3,249,254 2,782,800 955,253 541 90 257 28.9 42,122 1
3,282 393,684 398,444 6,248 10,824 6,284 6.3 47.6 49.9 756,76 656,286 239,422 101 23 76 38.0 4
3,282 357,646 361,063 4,874 9:531 5,629 62.9 55.7 52.6 664,105 565,444 196,699 84 21 89 45.9 5665
7,201 1,223,488 1,272,948 28,837 34.397 19,605 63.7 57.4 49.5 2,452,428 2,133,866 829,003 534 70 124 23.1 14,994 2
7,202 1,033,575 1,61,684 21,o 27,11 14,962 64.6 58.8 51.3 1,895,681 1,637,406 618,914 257 13 151 28.1 18,935 1
4,888 732,396 738,231 10,812 15,875 9,199 63.3 54.9 50.1 1,146,657 979,467 392,607 271 83 69 16.3 16,972
4,993 640,002 648,344 7,790 13,391 7,397 64.4 55-2 50.1 945,885 803,038 322,941 259 106 67 15.5 20,567
1.73a 260,024 261,54 371 7,223 4,245 63.0 52.7 49.1 495,598 424,955 146,770 99 11 8 6.8 2,678
1,774 242974 244,467 3,167 6,084 4,313 58.5 57.7 48.4 434,910 373,358 116,oi4 100oo 11 9 7.5 3,181
4,416 546,355 547,185 10,615 12,146 7,609 61.5 50.5 47.7 886,577 773,662 277,469 200 40 58 19.5 7,033 1
4,42o 519,o017 519,035 9,042 10,946 8,419 56.5 52.7 46.4 826,481 719,673 223,119 185 53 59 19.9 7,105
1,945 313,445 313,445 1,805 9,138 6,331 5.1 60.1 48.2 674,656 580,651 188,983 69 52 95 44.o 2,685
1,945 273,651 273,651 2,591 8,262 4,209 66.3 63.6 55.8 565,85 485,211 164,591 79 72 72 32-3 2,729
See explanatory note on opposite aide of this sheet.
I/ Not available.
o/ Includes LOB Angeles & Salt Lake, Oregon Short Line, Oregon-Washington R.R. & Navigation Co., and St. Joseph & Grand Island, leased January 1, 1936.


PASSENGER SERVICE

er of freight oars
on line Gross Gross Net. Net o Locomo- Percent Pounda Locomo-
ton-milper per ton t le Net on- et Car- Net tie- Passe- un- of coal ive-
train-bour, train-milemer miles miles me n eo lel nmile Passenter-ta ger-trainm service-s g per pas- mles
Per cen t excluding excluding per o per c r m d p ton-iles r Train-miles trainer ger- tabl senger- per
er r road per lucm- locm- car-miles ca per total train lo -
Foreign Total Un- locorns- locoms- train- car- day dy tie and tive- trai locorn- car- tive-
service- tives and tives and mile mdr day y y i n m c ay
able tenders tenders mile tenders a ties mile day

(19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)


6,617
4,749
5,172
3,153
4,862
6,387
6,770
7,130
3.21
0:46
5,132
4,875
6,792
5,827
6,739
6,853
4,4os
1,310
9,024
4,284
3,629
1,251
4,868
3,499
0,270
5,930
3,077
6,919
5,186
3,752
2,956
18, 3b3
5,994
6,051
3,230
3,539
0,342
9,4o01
4,851
4,282


61,950
67,008
6,847
5,102
66,441
66,:004
9,840
9,273
49,436
50,993
17,418
18,510
33.384
38.243
9,076
9,:u6
78,745
83,419
44,806
45,760

40Z476


62,146
59,997
63,191
59,041
9,909
9,417
37,950
37,298
24,966
26,618
5,908
6,720
17,375
lb, 50b
7,536
7.011


25,604
23,264
31,116
31,919
27,666
25,120
18,640
17,927
37,564
35,070
21,278
19,911
28,6so80
27,646
33,025
32,588
34,118
31,500
28,097
24,415
24,626
22,941
25,934
23.2655
32,087
33.502
39.943
38:;N5
30,334
29,033
29,688
28.279
25,472
23,219
30,304
29,258
25,664
25,860
32,404
30,719


1,670
1.521
1,824
1,707
1 74
1: 56a
1,451
1,207
2,449
2,205
1,344
1,224
1,846
1,697
1,497
1,410
1,866
1,682
1.707
1,412
1 409
1:314
1,664
1,516
2,046
2,133
1,985
1,869
1,670
1,583
1,753
1 588
1,340
1.258
1,638
1,5io
1,426
1,394
1,856
1,775


2,513
1.752
3,9815
21791
2 a
2:049
2,688
1,886
3,703
2,702
1,6484
1,4o04
2,659
1,967
4,451
3,215
2,943
2,193
3,476
2,317
2,622
1,888
2,:97
1.747
3,826
2,888
3,92
3:141
2,353
1,933
3,714
2,772
2,591
2,087



2,027
1,628
3,134
2,729


1,182,084
1,060,946
16o,990
161,458
1,025,092
973,972
218,746
218,593




0.176,267
8,983





176, 065
1,72,073
176,267
176.o63
1,272,41o
1,676,969
1,242,106
1,190,2449
932,265,
903:644
210,072
18,972
1494,679
1:176,134
1,362,098
1,224,796
354,082
351,760
790,991
761,171
482,661
443:002
107,7481
88,359
395.179
329,013
256,304
233,096


8,097,38S
7.263,635
664 503
671:391
6,8o4,74c
6,350,096
1,525,111
1,533,524
5,763,085
5,169,439
1,817.977
1,500,710
4,970,836
4,280,091
1,121,552
1;os4,o;0
l3,549,o23
12,649,437
7,724,885
7,659,258




14,9920467
51,30,3191

1,488s,76N
13,668,406
11,090,542
14,204,657
11,308,910
2,406,442
2,241,325
11oo9g57
4,706: 6 1

2,843,305
2,569,775
500,859
376,913


2,:7:055,392
1,756,603


8.4
7.7
5.2
:.0



7.4

9:1





7.1
7.0
8.8

8.1
8.2



7.81

10:
1.6o
11.8
10.9


6:9
6.7
6.6
6.3





8.0
7.5
7:05


27.1
30.0

13.9
1

20.0
5.6
35.2
23.2
22.3
28.4
36.8
21.3
27.0
11
16.7
26




34:5
30.3
35.7
18.2
27.2
16.1
23.2
26.9
36.4







27.5
27.2
26.9
158.9
8*7



27*5
27*2
26.4
15.


101354-0 U S. GOVERNMENT PAINTING OFFICE:193r


JULY, 1936






SuC bjte.t to revision


Subject to revision


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08731 3168 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


L-


StWemet No. M-S20
AUGUST, 1936


Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of 4ugust, 1936, Compared with August, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000.


Region, road, and year





(1)

New England Region:
Boston & Albany..---

Boston & Maine- ......--

N. Y., New H. & Hartf.___
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson...--. .

Del., Lack. & Western.___

Erie (inol. Chi. & Erie).-_

Grand Trunk Western ...-

Lehigh Valley.--. -1. 5

New York Central .__

New York, Chi. & St. L..._

Pere Marquette1..............

Pitte. & Lake Erie ........__

Wabash__. ....... .-.- 31
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio..-.._ 1
1
Central of New Jersey......
1
Chicago & Eastern Il.__ 1

Elgin. Joliet & Eastern b/._

Long Island ............. 1
1
Pennsylvania System-..-...-. 1
1
Reading ..1.......... 1
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio .- 1

Norfolk & Western.....-- 1
1
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line.... __ 1
1
Central of Georgia.-....... 1
1
Illinois Central (incl.
Y. & M. V.)........... 1
1
Louisville & Nashville.-___1
1
Seaboard Air Line-----. 1
1
Southern-----__ __ 1
1


(OVER)


FREIGHT SERVICE

Looomotiv-milee Car-miles Ton-mile (thousands) Number of road oomo- mber of freight oars Gro Gro
ties on line on linee Grow Gro Net
ton-miles ton-milee Net ton Net
operas e T PrLaded Empty P e Net ereeper pe ton- i e ton-
Growe Train- Per cent train-hour, train-mile, mile. mile.
of road mile Loaded Empty Per Pr cnt Per rent excluding excluding per lod Ve
PenteLightt(thou-e(thou- cent=t=seu- f d lv dmo e d
helper Liht nd) ) loaded loaded bound Inluding Excluding Revenue ot tored s Home Foreign Total ser c- eand tiesand mile day
hp s ) a.) la east of locomotives locomotive and non- stored abl-e o- able tenders tenders i a
total and tenders and tenders revenue able
(2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (0) (10) (11) (12) (18) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) '(25~ (26)


1936 373 126.490 1 8,99 1,339 69.6 67.9 505 193,723 159,73 56,778 60 6 26 26:3 2,357 53,67 6,224 26.0 21,201 1,26 450 18.5 299 :
935 373 117,499 10 7588 943 1254 70.1 65.5 49.7 18,856 149, 51307 46 18 32 33. 2,660 3,872 6532 26.9 21,188 1,278 1439 17.4 24
1936 1,963 263,765 291,731 25.145,6 9,286 31446 72.9 61.8 52.4 557,730 487,733 187023 113 163 57.4 7,879 7,1462 15341 16.7 25,465 1,857 71 20.1 4o1 2
935 247289 271625 22,91 ,379 3,055 73.3 61.8 51.9 148620 422,485 156,843 113 10 165 57.3 832 6721 15049 15.9 23326 76 637 18.7 337
936 2,016 323,553 393,549 19,309 11,007 4,816 6.6 62.8 50.4 8,62 576,228 220,3142 171 1 99 36.4 16,5874 10,11 21,96 18.0 250T5 1,12 693 20.0 5 23
1935 2,050 308,897 377,235 1,7145 10,060 4,777 67.8 61.5 19.4 606,695 522,439 189032 176 11 112 37.5 14,9014 10.0614 24,965 .3 4,1 11,725 6214 18.8 24
1936 831 211,553 282,588 5 0876 7,336 3,395 68.14 63.3 51.3 501,635 2 439,400 210,210 95 135 38 14.2 5,389 3,9 ?,77 5.0 29,625 2,2 28.7 565
1935 835 183,505 24,484 26,757 6,101 2,972 67.2 6. 50.5 407,582 54,733 161.527 94 155 31 11.1 1,622 2,404 1,026 4.3 27153 1,995 86 26.5 378
1936 983 345626 380,867 51,139 11,637 4,942 70.2 59.7 50.3 72,218 6953,135 257,88 1 1 10g6 44.2 13,575 5,815 19,88 17.2 31,569 1,917 757 22.2 424
1935 992 310,818 3431415 13 ,46 9,997 4.696 68.0 5.7 149.4 671,923 555390 28,19 12 43 88 36.14 16,521 45,14 21455 12.4 29,1470 1,85 682 20.9 302

1935 28 726,46 5 3, 17,162 66.7 66. .6 2,057,67 1,85, 674,741 211 46 219 46.0 17,061 20,003 37,066 3.2 143,424 2,6 987 22.? 590
935 2,5 5 6 7 4,42 6,54 1,o69 65.3 68. 49.9 1,842,164 1,59,7 585,557 207 71 196 41.4 21, 51 3 1990 33,506 5.8 14,65 2,4 8 9 22. 561
95 1,027 23806 26,5 2,150 5,813 32893 59 5 4037 349,010 25 1 62 6. .5 1 15, 5 8 1 4 ,551 129 19 29,012 1,49 9 21.6 31
935 1,7 20,068 20 6 1,6253 5,l4 3,03 62.7 5. 51. 36,185 308,933 108,5 71 7 50.0 1,991 5,929 10,923 20.2 29,208 1,53t 540 21.1 317
1936 1,312 346,87 368,491 44,188 12,597 5,997 67.7 63.2 51.6 879,4097 764,118 323,149 124 10 155 53.6 12,080 9,141 21,221 6.14 38,398 2,240 9647 25.7 1494 2
935 1,332 323,952 339,540 32,761 10126 14,973 67.1 63.7 51.9 710,934 69,5831 ,5 151 18 160 5.5 13,391 5,770 19,161 6.6 341855 1,919 76 2.0 392 2
.936 10,789 2,637,685 2,780,840 165,765 8,86 55.569 61.5 6 .0 149.9 6,452,924 5,73,1473 2,400,169 3 5 17 39 35.7 ,67 ,58 167,895 21.2 6,420 2,200 921 27.0 46
935 10,919 2304,765 2,410,699 133,356 75720 145,953 62. 63.9 49.3 5,359.250 4741,293 1,964,659 6 92 169 656 43.2 53,14 61,03 14167 19.8 34,14 20835 86 25.9 34 2
.936 1,61 4287,888 491,561 7,230 17,396 8,731 66.6 61.4 49.2 1,147,290 1,028,379 401,632 149 114 29 12.1 6,000 7,944 13,144 3.5 38,257 2,1 5 2 9
419.7990.517 6o47
.935 1,61 415,179 418,7744 5,39 14,075 7,633 64.8 63.9 50.4 928,336 525,529 307,287 123 47 21 1.0 5 ,046 15696 5.8 35,345 1 2 6
.936 2,081 337,592 34148,5144 3553 8,1513 14,832 62. 55.0 50.2 627,885 541,205 221,596 107 6 36 24.2 8,55 8 6,216 14,774 .9 26.230 1,605 657 27.2 499
.935 2096 318,258 331,603 3612 7,672 4,523 62.9 51 50.6 568,038 4814,999 188,772 103 6 7 30.1 10,051 5,721 15,772 4.3 2,914 1,527 594 24.6 397
.936 254 85,057 57,395 150 3,437 12,049 62.7 29.7 48.2 3 19,502 292,497 169,491 22 21 27 358.6 12,882 11,675 24,557 142.9 148,483 3,445 195 49.0 21
.935 62314 70,814 72,456 3,006 1,924 61 26. 19.1 79,493 259,547 149,475 27 6 38 53.5 15,4104 12,L460 27,864 146.3 51,599 35682 2120 49.7 177
.936 2,435 574,564 582,686 12,202 17,377 8,571 67.0 52.0 48.5 1,137,303 991?034 352,797 135 32 143 46.1 11,940 9,900 21,840 4.7 35,195 1,742 620 20.3528 2
.935 2 509.706 517.080 11,015 15,766 8,303 65.5 56.0 49.5 1,028.213 900.135 306,143 120 38 169 51.7 13:217 ;5336 21,553 2.5 34,326 1,783 607 19.34450 !
.936 6,366 1,1495,689 1,525,046 184,503 46,159 25,294 64.6 60.2 49.7 3,583,323 3.096,702 1,425,886 643 35 625 48.1 66,352 27,562 93,914 20.1 27,121 2,101 967 30.9 490 i
.935 6,319 1,274,283 1,546,854 157,520 37,924 21,351 64.0 60.5 49.1 2,887,155 2,503,710 1,115,616 578 135 602 145.8 74,129 20,414 94,543 19.7 25,889 1,992 888 29.4 381 i
.936 681 146,297 166,213 31,608 14,768 2,846 62.6 65.0 50.5 362,395 314,713 1145,937 54 17 76 51.7 11,18 10,612 21,793 33.4 26,226 2,253 1,045 30.6 219 1
.935 6814 132,352 147,247 23,868 4,131 2,548 61.9 65.0 50.4 309,731 270,461 123.363 53 15 55 54.5 12:501 7,959 20 31.14 25,580 2,119 966 29.9 192 2
.936 931 165,907 166,667 2,702 4,242 1,843 69.7 52.j 49.5 288,298 251.808 108,6?2 51 2 54 5.5 3,195 3,202 6,397 9.7 26,862 1520 656 25.6 51
.935 939 162,417 162,933 2,536 35.47 1,593 69.0 58.6 50.2 244.585 209,346 9164 45 8 56 51.4 ,731 2,980 6,713 114:7 214,525 1,296 567 25.8 456
.936 434 96,496 97,476 1,191 2,457 1,546 61.4 41.1 51.9 211,259 185,557 9,602 57 30 34.5 7,962 5,0853 13,045 4.9 17.690 1,997 991 38.1 2358
.935 434 81,815 52,935 680 1,966 1,205 62.0 42.2 51.0 167,570 148,130 73,775 52 4 31 35.6 7,657 2,955 10,615 6.6 17,2853 1,851 922 37.5 225
.936 393 32,527 33,237 15,794 28 273 50.7 76.9 51.6 29,853 21,607 7,.48 32 3 15 30.0 606 3,176 3,782 2.4 5.490 677 246 27.9 71
1935 393 2 1 27,410 13,751 190 19 50.1 50.0 49.1 2197 14,706 5,386 30 2 1 37.3 775 2,498 3,273 3.8 4,729 562 206 28.3 52
.936 9,801 3,069,563 1,467,512 393.570 108,663 60,64 64.2 56.7 48.9 5,249,513 7,267,219 3.313,297 1,423 130 521 51.6 192,178 66,627 258,805 18.2 14,027 2,2 1,098 0.5 1413
95 10,009 2,14614,403 2,756,835 2s8,510 88,029 46,274 65.5 59.0 49.3 6,420,45A 5,663,955 2,537,952 1,125 261 1,050 13.1 237,678 53,000 290,678 16.o 32,077 2,336 1,047 25.8 283 1
1936 1,449 410,521 445,25 50,176 11,7 6,823 63: 67.0 51.0 9145,1 834, 401,10 8 193 57 100 28.6 23,180 11,49 54,79 11.3 25 2,0 98
19354125 51 .707291 e2 :3
935 1,452 333,205 359,05 5 3.3 5= 6. 67.4 50 65,1 289,16 1 101 102 27.6 13135 7,:9 38,644 9o 2;99 1:9 7 1 43
.936 3,050 875,606 926,098 41,010 4 2,589 31,21 57.1 37.7 499 3,802,170 3,486,049 1,915,469 356 54 99 15.4 36.967 15,079 52,046 1.5 56320 14,025 2,211 46.1 1,176 4
935 3.050 778,262 813,765 32,277 34,197 25,660 57.1 39.4 49:6 3,143,453 2,872,657 1,570,557 361 90 99 18.0 37,970 11,895 49,868 2.5 52,235 3,727 2,037 45-9996 2
1936 2,145 672,152 716,0355 34,075 29,075 19,173 60.3 J9.2 49.9 2,627,062 2,365,214 1,294,34 256 64 47 12.8 28,356 6,100 2:j Z:06 ;:55? 1,93 44 1,184 4
935 2.145 572,201 594^759 21426 23,303 14,969 60.9 1.2 49.8 2,096.439 1,888,247 1,000,127 2 9 103 59 15.5 5,1 4 0 1 42
L936 5,082 r2,173 7,03 o4 10219 4528 67.9
L935 5,114 2 504,003 1 Dll 69.0 52.8 50.6 6143,550 5.,706 200,1141 198 714 12 17,711 7.59 25976 27.0 18,602 1,069 ,99 19.6 260 2
9 5 147 37,317 37,641 6,054 8,9 8 4 55.7 52.3 536,493 444,549 161,398 241 61 9 29.9 22:596 5,683 28,279 20:0 17,472 1,017 369 18.1 187 N
L936 1,886 243,863 245,319 3.535 5,304 1,795 74.7 53.0 49.1 333,500 277,961 108,803 98 27 21.6 2,567 3,859 6,426 3.6 20,752 1,144 448 20 5 946
.935 1,886 211,566 212,5 3,335 4,777 1,525 72.4 54.1 50.1 2914337 245,971 94,948 96 4 32.4 5:392 3,243 8:635 20:5 21:034 1:162 449 19.9 355
L936 6,562 1,552,307 1,561,562 29,550 37,843 22,10 62.9 60.8 48.9 2,777,668 2,423,024 992,752 669 13 216 24.1 *594 22,180 5677 26.o 25901 1,2 569
935 6,557 1,355,861 1,363,370 25,222 32,312 18,702 63.3 60.9 49.9 2,341,957 2,033,154 529,932 580 47 229 26.8 s ;p65 15,734 60'4 26.0 2 15 614 2
936 4,979 1,072,347 1,1714,513 29,337 26,103 16,564 61.2 63.9 50.5 2,061,964 1,822,688 887,151 351 19 209 36.1 32,862 9,925 42,787 25.7 26,193 1,703 5 29 314.0 637
935 5,045 889,812 961,547 22,639 20,802 12,498 62.5 62.6 50.2 1,620,957 1,426,223 699,000 272 29 281 45.3 37.557 7,353 44,940 30.8 24,861 1,607 788 33.6 48W
936 4,295 405,624 1417,804 3,503 10,528 4,418 7.O4 51.7 50.7 665,366 570,616 223,140 199 21 114 34.1 ,556 5,778 14,3* 2.7 23,119 1,420 555 21.2 516 3
935 4,295 3586,615 390,517 2,949 8,540 .38884 69.5 51.9 50.1 562,709 480,975 180,993 196 26 123 35.7 9,805 3,757 13562 14.0 20,917 1,256 473 20:5 435 3
936 6596 12424 1 263391 20,856 2 12 77 2 1841,128 1,579,136 619,117 478 271 4 67 18 495 41165 16 21,280 127 1

Note: Effective with carrier reports for the month of January, 1936, the rules relative to operating statistioe of large GteAM railways were revised with the following erfeot on0th statement; Miles ofroad operated
(colum 2), number of locomotives on line columnn 114 to 17 Inolusive), and number of freight oars on line (ooluasn 18 to 21 Inolusive) were changed from averages for the month to actual figures as of the
lose of the month. rireight train and locomotive alleso (oolumns and 4) and the ton-miles of freight locomotives (included in column 11), whic formerly applied only to freight trains and the fight pro-
ortion ia train*, based on at-miles, ere changed to apply to freight trains and all mixed trains handling more freight-train cars than passenger-train oars. Passenger train-mlles (oolu0 n 3D wr
changed, in similar manner, to apply to passenger trains sand all mixed trains handling more passenger-train oare than freight-train oars. Fuel consumption per oar-mile in paseger service columnn 35) W-s
changed from consumption per oar-mile in steam looomotive trains to consumption per oar-mile in all trains (including motor-oar trains). Barriers wre not required to rework 195 figures according to the
revised rules, but they have in oan oases supplied onsiderable comparable data. In other oas*e, the figures shown in this statement for last year wre restated by the carriers from last year' reports
or Inseerted from sucoh reports by the Bureau of Statistis.
SNot available .
No passenger-train service.


PASSENGER SERVICE


Pound Locomo- Per cent Pounds Locomo-
Car- Net of coal p tie- un- of coal time-
miles ton-mles 0 mile. Passenger- t ervice- per pa.- miles
per per mileof including per Tran-mile. o-il.t train Mable of per
car- rad per I l ocomo- m- car-mies ap total In loomo-
day day tives and t locomo- car- tive-
tenders day ti 0es mile day

(27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (85) (38)


4 12
4:156






1:*51?
5,872
8,163
6,238

a6796?
9,474
5,189











23,244
20,634
4,674
4,056
7,225
5,695
6,911
5,818
3,765
3,149


645
102905







4423

5,180


20,260
4 674


16,6n
19,468
15.0142
1,270
1,012







1,359
3164
6,86
4.065

4%47



16,616
1.559






3.0282
2,475


251,36
,50:143








Z073
540,278
832,779









U 6:160
47:576




83:910063
106.656
106',166






26,191
1,232.1485
5.509,990210










1,172,669
151,006





312,877





313,510




6147,549
630,191
265,997















1,373252,
1,1721644
512,871
313,510

165,814
16,951


1 72,559

1,017,192




R283,0
294,12,0

M88563
177,061
1T77.87
1.055. 022

754016
7A5,660
:Z8,51
43'.655
1,026,587
1,017,197


1,702,959
1,6014,805


5,571,322
5,376,515



2,868,802
2,972,248
5,209,182
5.552,823


2 128




26147,545
2:128,895




250






8,629,0114
5,302,1470
1,Al1, 895
1,578,84.
17,028,3895
1 688










14,252,060
14,197,89
8.679,114
8.502.470
1,641,8
1,578,8M






972,9480
1,028,3598

4,92,2206
4,197,896
29.15.2;
27,190,012
1,51620
1,477,676



2:5I:3:i
1:554:58l
6,944,906
1.907,015
14,68,721







2,899.47


6,97,249
6,722,120


19.1








470:
29.6
31.9





14.8
16.14













22.6

18.2
26.4
29.5
55.7
5.8
16.4
16.4





20.6

19:
21.7
320.
14.0


14
8.5






5.9
7.:7
18.0
16.3
21.2
40.0
20.6
25.6





31.5
















Subject to revision


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


AUGUST, 1936


BUREAU OF STATISTICS


Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of August, 1936, Compared with August, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000-Continued.


Region, road, and year





(1)

Northwestern Region:
Chi. & North Western____1;
19
Chicago Great Western-- l19
19
Chi., Milw., St. P. & Pao._19
19
Chi., St. P., Minneap. & Om._19
19
Great Northern._____ ..19
19
Minneap., St. P. & S. St. M.-19
19
Northern Pacific_.-.. 19
19
Central Western Region:
Alton.........- 19
19
Atch., Top. & S. Fe (incl.
P. & S. F. & G.C. & S..) 19
19
Chi., Burl. & Quincy l .19;
19
Chi.. Rock I. & Pac. (incl.
Chi., Rock I. & Gulf)-_19
19
Denver & R. G. Wn.. ... 19'
19
Southern Pacific-Pacific
Lines_ 1l
19
Union Pacific Se ____... 19
19
Southwestern Region:
Mo.-Kans.-Texas Lines.. 19
19
Missouri Pacific ... 19
19
St. Louis-San Francisco .._19
15
St. Louis Southwestern
Lines 19
19
Texas & New Orleans__.. 19
19
Texas & Pacific__ .....1......9
19
(OVER)


FREIGHT SERVICE


Locomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles (thousands) Number of road locomo- Number of freight care
ties on line on line

JMles Train- Per Groe Net Servioeable Per
of road miles Prin aded Empty Per Per cent Ma-...nt Per cent
a e Pi2LadLih Lad Empty Pe -Mcent -e-- aerv- un-sr
helper sands) sands) o e loaded bound Including Esxcluding Revenue Not Stored Lo- ser- Home Foreign Total e e-
oo e d Los- Hoe Foreign Total u
p ) d) loaded ast of locomotives locomotives and non- stored able e-able
total and tenders and tenders revenue able
(2) (3) (4) (5) (0) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21)


136 8,355 1,084,322 1,137,666 33,667 29,428 17,055 63.3 55-2 51.0 2,099,844 1,841,968 676,844 382 124 206 28.9 36,107 24,110 60,217 8.9
35 8,428 944,286 958,760 25,970 24,941 13,992 64.1 53.8 50.2 1,748,412 1,532,445 547,622 439 115 207 27.2 39,339 24,274 63,613 10.9
36 1,458 280,358 281,076 11,949 8,296 5,o41 62.2 62.2 50.4 601,424 510,009 181,030 67 19 22.1 1,898 4,441 6,339 2.5
135 1,458 224,282 224.992 6,855 6,776 4,156 62.0 61.0 50.8 484.372 411,716 147,965 56 6 32 34.0 1,949 4,133 6,0o2 2.1
136 11,120 1,492,873 1,603,483 68,077 41,388 26,053 61.4 56.2 49.4 2,978,576 2,625,113 1,038,50 468 74 136 20.1 44,o01 24,790 68,891 2.6
135 11,119 1,300,028 1,373,014 60,434 35,309 21,211 62.5 56.2 51.1 2,501,319 2,199,390 891,725 400oo 109 153 23.1 481884 17,452 66,336 2.6
36 1,637 257,227 277,106 11,4 5 3,083 65.1 59.2 51.7 424,316 365,564 151,418 4 4 1 12.9 3534 6,740 10,274 9.2
135 ,641 2,397 226,103 9,2 4,87 2,348 67.5 5.O 51.3 338,342 293 121,68 67 42 34 23.8 2,420 7,88 10,308 9.3
136 8,059 892,102 891,859 27,919 31.254 23,437 57.1 68.0 47.0 2,487,876 2,239,624 1,003,913 385 37 166 28.2 36,688 17,383 54,071 6.0
935 8,031 827,674 834,152 23.134 27,951 20,398 57.8 69.6 47.2 2,190,899 1,964,036 865,6 360 57 183 30.5 39.517 15,898 55.415 57
36 4 27 391,278 399,905 5.274 9,351 4,606 67.0 49.3 50.5 636,916 560,866 2371475 121 28 18.8 12,576 5,523 18,099 6.0
5 4,273 368:733 374,132 3:221 8058 4507 641 50.1 47. 550530 474,058 196978 142 22 13.4 13.596 5 19,134 3.4
136 6,429 854,764 960,765 67,638 25,773 18,046 58.8 64.5 44.1 1,922,810 1,674,652 613,021 365 8 73 16.4 26,122 10,561 36,683 9.2
135 6,421 662,167 3 965 51,166 20,332 12,025 62.8 64.5 47.7 1,462,324 1,273,870 505,342 336 7 109 24.1 31,297 7,384 38,681 12.0
136 928 209,710 218,961 1,839 4,846 2,875 62.8 65.4 50.0 355,239 308,772 117,659 78 1 22 21.8 2,313 6,729 9,042 23.0
135 921 202,993 214,178 1,879 4,418 2,922 60.2 66.1 489 333,567 285,517 102,769 70 35 33.3 2,392 7,003 9,395 20.4
136 13,228 1,842,059 1995,134 4,67 5394 31,05 62.2 57.6 495 3,869,566 327,470 1,115,o46 5 4 32 34 64,460 13,048 77,50 11.0
35 13,260 1,630,81 1,731,873 71, 623 44,299 26,800 62.3 60.3 49*2 3,200,398 32,73208 887,977 94 132 369 37.1 71,851 11,162 83,013 11.6
936 8.935 1,370,215 1,433,967 54,598 36,697 24,575 59.9 54.6 47.4 2,613,431 2,275,925 925,973 44 2 96 17.8 25,017 18,228 43,245 .3
935 8,971 1,202,284 1,253,023 43274 30,511 19,799 60.6 55.4 48.6 2,131,118 1,844893 765,207 45 9 92 16.6 30,744 14,777 45,521 9.1
136 8,179 1,179,172 1,197,114 5,52 26,409 14,617 64.4 53.5 1,879134 1,607,781 629,948 381 38 281 40.1 22,777 14,271 37,048 9.2
135 8,272 1,o0l,094 1,019,678 4,55i 22,28i 12,438 64.2 55.' 51*8 1,563,651 1,336,795 513.986 386 29 317 4323 28,425 12,278 40,703 13.1
551:22267 5 8 513,986;29143.3 ,2512,275
936 2,58&4 363,595 402,109 47,162 9,170 5,o46 64.5 62.1 50.3 737,543 595,390 234,333 184 3 18 8.8 12,193 5,297 17,490 7.4
35 2,584 276,375 300,760 30,471 6,859 3.714 64.9 61.5 50.9 525,324 421,782 157,829 168 7 44 20.1 12,636 4,858 17494 5.0
936 8,614 1,505,062 1,641,611 192,596 47.407 27,214 63.4 62.0 50.3 3,476,166 2,994,583 1,064,76 506 85 184 23.7 32,164 29,052 61,216 7.8
935 8,599 1,223,:58 1,321,833 147,61 38,996 25,721 60.3 63.6 48.5 2,892,015 2,504,438 815,644 424 109 254 32.3 34,431 26,635 61,o66 8.6
136 9,918 2,013,042 2,086,530 113,868 63,208 37,781 62.6 63.9 48.3 4,587,872 3,983.981 1,366,221 668 44 166 18.9 39,264 23,538 62,802 11.4
135 9,824 1,833,568 1,912,910 118,332 55.273 39,773 58.2 66.1 46.3 4,064,526 3,499,301 1,166,724 601 56 231 26.0 42,262 19,928 62,190 15.0
36 3,282 378,793 383,795 6,450 10,317 5,891 63.7 49.2 48.7 718,770 618,931 223.897 93 33 81 39.1 4,442 ,478 9,920 6.3
35 3,282 364.504 367,863 5,299 10,173 6,102 62.5 54.6 50.3 714,359 612,929 221,628 29 82 41.6 5,486 4,309 9,795 3.4
36 7,188 1,265,251 1,300,418 30,674 35,303 21,632 62.0 59.5 49.9 2,53,658 2,213,429 854,70 330 74 127 239 15,437 21395 36,832 3.1
135 7,202 1,110,774 1,138,817 23,610 29,038 18,365 61.3 59.3 50.8 2,094,229 1,828,344 67,o6o 265 114 157 29.3 17,205 19,501 36706 33
36 4,888 748,326 754,910 ,685 16,4 9,95 62.2 55.2 491 1,14,485 1,013,665 395792 283 77 65 153 16,399 8,12 24,911 6.7
35 4,896 662,496 68,364 8567 14,455 8,825 62.1 55.8 50.4 1,034,849 887,23) 352,497 258 lio0 64 14. 19,291 5,603 24,894 5.1
16 1 3 229,267 229,950 2,915 6,595 3,094 68.1 48.9 50.5 414,478 350,198 135,515 9E 21 6 5.0 2,855 2,864 5,719 3.7
5 1,774 208,221 219.879 2,510 5,159 2,595 66.5 49.9 50.0 342,199 288,931 104,286 94 17 9 7.5 3,232 2s523 5755 5.8
136 4,416 537,465 537,558 6,892 12,964 6,297 67.3 51.4 51.8 891,272 782,143 307,230 195 48 55 18.5 6,892 12,262 19,154 7.4
135 ',417 1 ,184 480,195 3,538 10,378 5,868 63.9 51.0 50.2 729,217 633,885 226,648 181 58 61 20.3 7,190 10,518 17:708 9.2
136 1,945 269,428 269,428 1,503 8,320 4,589 64.5 55.8 51.0 581,o63 ol501,oog 8,so 56 63 96 44.7 2,623 5,112 7,735 3.2
35 1,945 247,991 247,991 1,646 7,333 3,769 66.1 59.2 53.9 501,810 430,151 151,511 76 68 77 348 2,605 4.308 6,913 .9
See explanatory note on opposite side of this sheet.
s/ Not available.
:/ Inoludes Los Angeles & Salt Lake, Oregon Short Line, Oregon-Washlngton R. R. & Navigation Oo., and St. Joseph & Grand Island, leased January 1, 1936.


PASSENGER SERVICE


Gross Gross PoundsL Per cent Pounds Locono-
ton-miles ton-miles Net Net Net Car- Net of coal per ocomo-P t o v -
r per t l on- ton- Car- Net 1,000gross tive- Pase- of coal tive-
train-our, train-mile, miles ton-miles miles niles ton-miles 1dls miles Passenger- ger in service- per pa- miles
per per nie of inclulg per Train-miles tai e able of weger- per
excluding excluding per lord per Cr road per ld omo-Ti..... es cars per total tra locom-
locomo- locomo- train- caded car- r loadpercomroom o-crtier
ties and ties and mile am day day day ties and tive- loeiomo- car- tis-
tenders tenders mile tenders da tires mle day

(22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)


26,099
24 081?
31,709
33,917
27,963
26,363
18,732
18,682
37.97M
35,756
22,311
20,363
30,5 51
29,437
34,081
32,156
)1,943
3 ,188
28, 548
26,108
24,092
22,797
24,969
23,034
30,822
31,122
4o,661
38,260
29,495
30,291
30,517
29,050
25,531
24.379
28,076
25,103
25,620
23,695
31,022
29,151


1,7105
1,629
1,821
1,838
1,768
1,701
1,44o
1.348
2,532
2,386
1,440
1,294
1,968
1,929
1,478
1,412
1,811
1,681
1,672
1,541
1,367
1,325
1,645
1,533
2,006'
2,064
1,991
1,923
1,636
1,684
1.757
1,652
1.358
1,345
1,529
1,390
1,464
1.327
1,862
1.738


626
582
647
660
zoo
690
597
564
1.135
1,052
610
538
720
765
563
508


680
680
639
536
510
648
573
713
672

683
641

609
678
613
530
534
592
502

474
684
612


23.0
22.0
21.8
21.8
25.1
25.3
26.3
25.0
32.1
31.0
25.4
24.4

24: 9
24.3
23.3
21.3
20.0
25.2
25.1
23.9
23.1
25.6
23.0
22.5
20.9
21.6
21.1
21.7
21.8
24.2
23.4
24.1
24.4
20.5
20.2

2J:7

22.1
20.7


2,613
2,096
4,005
3,273
3,013
2,587
2,984
2,395
4,018
3,477
1 793
1:487
3,076
2,539
4,0o9
3,599
2,719
2,160

1:751
2,485
2,0:N
2,925
1,970
3.986
3,060
4,444
3,831
2,201
2,178
3,836
3.037
2,612
2,322
2,522
1,897
2,244
.1,655
3,051
2,512


43.0
108.6
79.1
79.4

63.8
55.1

46.:

75.4
75-2
74.4
56.0
70.5
67.0
69.5
58.5

75.3

41:4

49:7
:92

61.11

81.5
73.8
60.8
61.1
so0.4
69.8
58.1
50.5
63.1
59.9
58.9
52.2
4o.0
3614


1,153,984
1, 052,605
160,543
161,225
968,389
971,105
217,680
218,055

666,0oo
245.760
246,504
591,239
550,028
173:354
177,654
1,74o,167
1,692,497
1,244,508s
1,194,505
924,300
899,018
207,900
187,164
1,441,952
1,218,774
1.327,439
1,220,989
356,261
355,827
789,881
761,586
484,434
446,647
10 ,552
SM,35
392 1085
337,03
252,679
233,858


7,911,9 7.80 29.5 16. 0 10
7,o207A,8 29.5 15-8 9
655,429 4.91 23.5 14.1 17
667,137 5.90 17.6 / 18
6,374,1180 7.1 16.6 15.4 13
6,357690 6.9 19.0 15.1 14
1,495,326 7.2 11.1 12.6 12
1,42,496 7.3 31.5 12.2 124
5,413,186 9.0 2o.o 14.2 8
5,121,793 9-1 23.8 14.1 8
1,824,449 7.5 32.9 10.9 12
1,590,134 6.7 36.6 1U.4 11
4,6453.19 6.9 716.9 18.9 5 10
4,o64,329 8*4 22.3 18.8 9
1,071,126 6.8 8.3 12.2 14
1,590,484 7.3 8.6 1.023 14
13.214,525 8.7 24.8 1635 16
12,937,b62 8.9 3433 t/ 13
7,719,516 7.8 18.1 15.5 159
7,678,233 769 13.1 15.3 164
5,934,657 6.9 30.8 16.o 12
5,634,417 6.9 27.8 15.5 11
1,616,642 7.8 317 1725 118
1,590,204 8.5 38.6 16. 0 9
13,515,245 10.1 22.5 13.0 618
11,4oo,30l 10.5 26.3 at 146
14,154,532 11.9 18.7 12.1 19
11,378,869 10.5 23*2 A/ 179
2,445,o82 7.2 23.1 o105 14
2,367,342 34-5 10.1 12
5,05176 6.9 24.3 15.4 14
4,760,246 6.7 27.9 15.4 12
2,894,904 6.7 8.9 14.s lo
2,617,445 6.6 10.4 I G/ 10
508,794 5.0 20.7 15.6 10
371,332 5.4 4.5 12.8 8
2.990.977 8.8 o.o 9.2 15
2,452,231 9.0 36.4 o/ 10
2,104,563 8.3 24*5 12.0 15
1,790,123 7-7 18.5 12.0 14
101769-0 U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1236






IC Ist ev.Za:33Gn

Subject to revision


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262087313010 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION .


BUREAU OF STATISTICS


Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of September, 1936, Compared with September, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Re es above $5,000,000.


PASSENGER SERVICE


Pouf nl Ioco-no- Percent Pounds Locomo-

ton-m iles, I'Passenger- enin service- per pan- nules
including rrrain-miles train carper able of enger- per
locomo- I mo-I, car-mil es tra total train locomo-
lcoiv and tie- train lomo- car- tive-
tenders day tives mile day

(29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) 135) (36)


Region, road, and year





(1)

New England Region:
Boston & Albany............ ..

Boston & Maine ......................

N. Y., New H. & Hartf.
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson

Del., Lack. & Western.....

Erie (incl. Chi. & Erie) ...

Grand Trunk Western ..........


Statement No. M-200
SEPTEMBER, 1936


FREIGHT SERVICE

Locomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles (thousands) Number of road locomotives Nuber of freight ca on ine
on line Number of freight cam oii line Groan Gross Net
S- ton-miles tiii-inil.s Net to Net Car- Net
ile Train- Per Gross Net Serviceable Per traiou per torn- l miles ton- miles ton-miles
m Train train-hour, train-mile, .miles miles
operated miles Principal loaded Empty Per- cent U-n cent Perncent excluding excluding per loer per peroaile o
andrLich iinphoae Emtyu crt cent e ast- serv- on- loalOCOrdO-pocoo- train-er
hepe Light (thou- (tho cent loaded hound Including Excluding Revenue Not i- ome otl o- train- car- d(lay day,
Fostigiie r -ervsc- tives mind ties and le m I leday
helper d) md) loaded ast of locomotives locomotives and non- stored Stored able ice- able tenders tenders, ni('
total and tenders and tenders revenue able
(2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (S) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28)


1936 373 127,56 131,221 8,745 3,o01 1,322 69.5 67.0 50.8 193,627 159,282 56,894 53 12 27 29.3 2,11 4,455 6,766 24.4 20,614 1,259 450 18.9 292 22.3 5,086
1935 373 116,741 122,459 8,567 2,934 1,273 69.7 67.6 51.0 181,990 151,195 53,477 50 11 35 36.5 2,665 4,842 7,507 23.2 21,099 1,306 462 18.2 254 20.0 4,776
1936 1,964 259,889 291,357 27,003 9,473 3,609 72.4 59.0 53.2 575,754 so4,949 195,830 124 167 57.4 7,585 8,411 15,996 15.3 25,997 1,930 756 20.7 416 27.8 3,325
1935 1,971 243,9 269,341 24,895 8,605 3,011 74.1 62.0 53.4 506,841 441,363 174,601 110 4 168 59.6 8,407 8,236 16,643 14.4 24,686 1,817 719 20.3 372 24.7 2,953
1936 2,016 314,29 386,472 19,234 11,109 4,560 70.9 61.8 50.6 657,179 576,433 225.305 169 19 100 34.2 10,696 11,865 22,561 14.3 25,679 1,868 730 20.3 337 23.4 3,726
1935 2,049 303,43 370,435 18,520 10,546 4,710 69.1 63.4 51.0 639,680 556,522 216,354 173 10 117 39.0 13,525 11,379 24,904 15.3 25,663 1,870 727 20.5 290 20.4 3,519
1936 831 211,629 283,675 30,685 7,693 3,240 70.4 62.9 51.5 5, 880 462,236 228,411 104 121 38 14.4 7,783 3,654 11,437 4.4 30,547 2,200 1,087 29.7 656 31. 9,165
1935 835 195,890 263,774 28,989 6,976 3,172 68.7 68.9 52.7 474728 416,068 202,272 102 143 30 10.9 9,094 ,251 12,345 5.8 29,715 2,137 1,039 29.0 511 25.6 8,072
1936 983 338,52 375,845 48,376 11,509 4,494 71.9 57.5 49.6 774,590 647,555 265,153 140 1 101 41.7 12,753 6,724 19,477 17.5 31,785 1,938 74 23.0 454 27.4 8,994
1935 992 320,24 353,670 46,168 10,727 4,954 68.4 59.0 506 727,156 606,244 239,601 113 40 89 36.8 15.627 5,574 21,201 12.8 31,826 1,925 761 22.3 374 24.5 8,052
1936 2,298 696,67; 736,783 41,567 30,104 14,397 67.6 66.3 51.0 2,107,418 1,859,883 706,418 224 36 214 45.1 16,686 19,732 36,418 2.9 44,6 2,692 1,023 23.5 640 40.3 10,249
1935 2,307 657,89 692,321 44,098 28,087 14,208 66.4 69.4 52.2 1,955,566 1,695,971 627,833 198 61 213 45.1 20,474 13,763 34,237 6.4 43,667 2,592 960 22.4 617 41.6 9,073
1936 1,027 228,59 229,795 1,869 5,715 2,847 66.7 59.1 51.3 389,438 336,570 127,822 81 2 55 39.9 5,406 7,051 12,457 15.7 28,772 1,483 563 22.4 345 23.1 4,148
1935 1,007 197,31 199,942 2,486 5,505 3,045 64.4 57.8 53.0 377,111 330,453 123,275 72 68 48.6 5,669 7,092 12,761 18.0 30,814 1,685 629 22.4 347 24.1 4,082
1936 1,312 333,88 353,417 41,182 12.154 5,556 68.6 62.4 52.0 837301 726,839 313,860 119 18 147 51.8 10,651 9,485 20,136 5.7 37,641 2,213 955 25.8 506 28.5 7,972
1935 1,321 329,798 348,202 34,736 10,882 5,198 67.7 64.7 52.7 762628 658,372 273,712 130 7 155 53-1 12,318 7,955 20,273 6.6 36,828 2,041 849 25.2 463 27.2 6,908
1936 10,79 2,581,658 2,726,883 161,018 87,650 53,331 62.2 62.5 50.2 6,336,849 5,631,4572,420,599 864 123 525 34.7 98,905 68,390 167,295 20.6 35,605 2,204 948 27.6 481 28.0 7,476
1935 10,919 2,269,798 2,387,791 137,769 78,05 47,278 62.3 64.0 49.5 5,526,807 4,916,161 2,074,16 71 138 668 44.0 121395 65,794 187,189 19.6 35,422 2,191 925 26.6 369 22.3 6,333
1936 1,672 470,909 475,844 6,693 16,501 8,674 65.5 58.2 48.2 1,095.911 980,995 387,291 155 10 27 14.1 6,142 7,969 ,14,111 3.0 37,533 2,086 823 23.5 919 59.7 7,722
1935 1,661 405,890 408,986 6,290 14,267 7,202 66.5 63.2 51.1 933,133 832,610 315,465 127 44 20 105 7,759 6,473 14232 5.7 36,382 2,054 778 22.1 701 47.7 6,332
1936 2,080 328,992 341,613 5,965 8,06 4,683 63.9 52.8 50.8 610,679 525,481 215,078 113 7 32 21.1 8,190 7,092 15282 4.8 25557 1,600 655 25.9 476 28.8 3,444
1935 2,091 330,939 347,186 5,160 8,448 5,071 62.5 55.2 51.4 629,681 542,162 21,68o 108 5 44 28.0 9,364 6,559 15.923 4.6 26,388 1,639 655 25.6 456 28.4 3.456
1936 234 89,15 91,446 3.538 2,260 61.0 25.7 49.0 331,099 302,945 173,168 33 11 24 35.3 13,004 12,834 25,838 40.4 48,588 3,407 1,947 48.9 22 7.5 24686
1935 234 62,44 64,262 2,592 1,712 60.2 27.8 49.8 27,769 220,078 124,93 16 15 43 58.1 15,290 12,294 27,584 43.4 49,400 3.532 2,005 48.2 151 5.2 17,821
1936 2,435 555,831 567,521 11,496 17,036 8,017 68.0 53.6 48.9 1,124,815 98216 358,771 134 34 14o 45.5 12,187 10,018 22,205 6.1 35,563 1,785 652 21.1 542 37.7 4,912
1935 2,435 510,009 518,834 11,458 16,209 8,053 66.8 55.4 50.1 1,o54,157 925,1021 29,016 121 33 166 51.9 11,588 9,158 20,746 2.9 35,780 1,839 654 20.3 518 38.1 4,505
1936 6,366 1,500,612 1,849,731 193.224 47,817 24,356 66.3 59. 50.1 3,681,946 3,187,440 1,504,052 665 18 617 47.5 63,571 29,391 92,962 19.8 27,329 2,157 1,018 31.5 539 25.9 7,875
1935 6,319 1,285,667 1,591,873 167,936 40,014 22,511 64.0 60.1 49.6 3,069,218 2,672,026 1,212,901 579 94 631 48.4 71.394 22,758 94,152 20.0 27,266 2,105 955 30.3 429 22.1 6,398
1936 1 148,204 167,108 30,317 4,814 2914 62.3 65.6 497 370,34 321,980 151.255 57 15 75 51.2 10,753 11,197 21,950 30.6 26,572 2,276 1,069 31.4 231 11.8 7,401
1935 684 135,570 154365 28,499 4,664 2,774 627 69.o 51.8 356,117 313,814 151,956 57 11 88 56.4 12,251 10,666 22,97 28.5 27,997 2,411 1,167 32.6 234 11.4 7,405
1936 931 159210 159,430 2,479 4,260 1,712 11. 53. 481 291342 256,515 116,300 5 56 51.9 2,672 6,075 7.7 28,376 1,617 73 27.3 621 1.9 4,163
1935 939 155,668 155,902 2,485 3,5733 2,001 65. 58.5 47.1 270,596 236,460 102,364 42 7 60 55.0 3,515 3,07 6,58 11.1 27,223 1.527 661 27.4 512 28.7 3634
1936 434 97,224 98,298 1,699 2,536 1,561 61.9 40.5 51.8 214,257 191.321 96,885 58 28 32.6 7,768 5,416 13,184 4.9 17,554 2,017 1,022 38.2 246 10.4 7,440
1935 434 81,926 83,027 1,141 2,075 1,57 62.3 423 52.2 176,169 156,518 78,011 51 32 36.8 7,620 3554 11,174 6.5 17,756 1,959 976 37.6 239 10.2 5.991

1936 393 2,624 33,029 15,123 272 272 50.0 77.9 49.3 29,255 21,121 7,756 34 1 15 30.0 574 3,209 3,783 2.3 5.232 668 245 28.5 68 4.8 658
1935 393 24,350 25,546 12,214 224 201 52.7 82.1 50.8 23,435 17,219 6,841 28 3 19 38.0 766 3,533 4,299 2.9 5;,558 724 288 30.5 60 3.7 581
1936 9,01 3023,788 3,416,210 404,44 108,122 59,894 64.4 57.7 50.5 8,220,946 7,247,565 55828 1,416 167 763 25 188,226 67050 255276 18.1 3,908 2,44 1.11 1. 435 21.8 11,414
1935 10,9 ,434444 2,740450 290020 89,909 7,688 65.3 60.7 50.5 6,564054 5,803,541 ,604,339 1,132 230 1,065 4.9 233092 55,812 288,904 16.5 33202 2,425 1,088 29.0 299 15.8 8673
196 1,449 40150 433,852 47,743 11,5 6,234 64.9 66.1 51.2 918,576 so6,783 34,320 194 55 94 27.4 22,683 12,986 35,669 9.7 24,616 2,015 985 34.2 37 16.8 9,071
1935 1452 340,86 371,091 42, 28 10,164 6,003 62.9 69.2 51.2 813557 717.614 344,555 172 93 101 27.6 28,513 8794 37,307 10.1 26,567 2,11 1,01 33.9 30 14.2 7,912
1936 3,050 886,110 945,146 42,471 41,460 31,928 56.5 37.6 50.5 3,827,301 3,500,718 1,921,172 412 45 79 14.7 8,382 15,745 54,127 1.1 54,162 4,003 2,397 46.3 1,206 46.0 20,998
1935 3,050 759,878 797,000 31,238 32,621 25,484 56.1 40.1 50.2 3,001,058 2,734,938 1,473 229 276 184 90 16.4 40,024 11,442 51,466 2.1 51,194 3,644 1,963 45.2 982 38.7 16,101
1936 2,160 695,638 742,668 37, 30,051 19,820 60.3 38.3 49.3 2,841,739 2,570,588 1,436,052 266 50 51 13.9 28,251 6,992 35,24 1.7 5,772 3,726 2,081 47.8 1,373 47.7 22,166
1935 2,145 559,376 584,763 26,663 22,452 14,768 60.3 4. 48.8 1,991,7 1,785,031 923,986 223 100 57 15.0 31,084 4, 35,828 3.1 47611 3,223 1,668 41.2 838 33.7 14.360
1936 5.081 509,170 510,215 7,094 10,o809 5,106 67.9 52.9 49.8 674,745 565,585 211,961 201 61 125 32.3 17,263 8,593 25,856 28.1 18,484 1,112 417 19.6 276 20.7 1,391
1935 5,146 427,529 428,058 6,056 9,085 4,720 65.8 53.0 49.2 558,812 468,072 166,794 241 58 128 30.0 21,769 6,696 28,465 21.9 18,219 1,096 391 18.4 195 16.1 1,080
1936 1,86 2453914 245,494 3,182 5,577 1,893 74.7 5.3 49.9 347,355 291,877 114,858 92 2 25.8 2,581 4,416 6.997 3.2 21,455 1,199 472 20.6 547 35.6 2,030
1935 1.886 215,471 216,810 3,416 5,199 1,883 73.4 5.5 49.2 313,91 264,387 102,639 99 42 29.8 4,919 4163 9,082 19.1 21,207 1,230 477 19.7 377 26.0 1,814
1936 6,562 1,554,531 1,566,103 29,072 38,583 21,422 64.3 59.8 9.3 2,803,033 2,448,072 1,019,974 662 9 212 24.0 32,850 21,932 57,782 23.8 24,976 1,586 661 26.1 593 34.9 5,181
1935 6,587 1.357,334 1,365.352 25.274 33,596 18,652 64.3 61.2 50.3 2,437,498 2,129,593 897,445 588 51 222 25.8 40,546 20,580 61,126 35.8 25,727 1,579 665 26.7 492 28.6 4,542
1936 4,979 1,081,107 1,182,230 30,067 26,626 17,270 60.7 64.1 49.3 2,112,974 1,871,733 901,204 362 11 200 34.9 32,480 10,920 43,400 23.5 25,773 1,734 835 33.8 696 33.9 6,033
1935 5,045 927,862 1,010,719 25,784 22,031 14,277 60.7 63.0 49.1 1,733,102 1,527,446 739,136 295 23 266 45.5 37,161 9,547 46,708 30.3 25,454 1,651 799 33.5 551 26.3 4,884
1936 4,295 421,815 438,436 4,o62 11,047 4,659 70.3 51.6 49.8 705,127 606,449 240,128 203 15 117 34.9 8,622 7,296 15,918 2.5 23,060 1,459 578 21.7 28 34.5 1,863
1935 4,295 375,46 381,554 3,507 8,975 3,814 70.2 50.9 48.8 568,446 488,372 187,687 203 22 131 36. 9,574 5,398 14,972 3.6 21,061 1,315 505 20.9 39 29.8 145
1936 6,596 1,246,826 1,266,917 21,186 29,715 11,922 71.4 51.6 0.3 1,864,166 1,600,731 653,945 500 36 264 3.0 21,986 20,468 42,454 16.6 21,120 1,295 529 22.0 524 33.4 3305
1935 6.599 1,073,248 1,088,032 18,622 25,670 10,675 70.6 5:.9 9.6 1,575,962 1,353,054 529,941 396 59 351 3.5 24,646 16,443 41,089 15.2 20,950 1,269 97 20.6 34 29.7 77
Note: Effective with carrier reports for the month of January, 1936, the rules relative to operating statistics of large steam railways were revised with the following effect on this statement: Miles of road operated (column 2),
number of locomotives on line (columns 14 to 17 inclusive), and number of freight care on line (columns 18 to 21 Inclusive) were changed from averages for the nonth to actual figures asno of the close of the month. Freight
train and looomotive-milea (columns 3 and 4) and the ton-miles of freight locomotives (included in column 11), which formerly applied only to fr-eight trains and the freight proportion of mixed trains, based on car-miles,
were changed to apply to freight trains and all mixed train handling more freight-train oars than passenger-train cars. Passenger train-miles (column 31) were changed, in similar manner, to apply to passenger trains and
all mixed trains handling more passenger-train cars than freight-train cars. Fuel consumption per oar-mile in passenger service (column 35) was changed from consumption per car-mile in steam locomotive trains to con-
sumption per car-mile in all trains (including motor-car trains). Carriers were not required to rework 1935 figures according to the revised rules, but they have in some cases supplied considerable comparable data. In
other cases, the figures shown in this statement for last year were restated by the carriers from last years' reports, or inserted from such reports by the Bureau of Statistics.
/ Not availener-trainrvicele.
b/No passenger-train service.


Lehigh Valley


New York Central ....... .....

New York, Chi. & St. L ....

Pere Marquette..... .. .

Pitts. & Lake Erie

Wabash... ............... .
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio .. .....

Central of New Jersey...

Chicago & Eastern Ill .. ..

Elgin, Joliet & Eastern/....

Long Island .. ......... ....

Pennsylvania System .....

Reading....... ...
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio ......

Norfolk & Western .....
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line

Central of Georgia
Illinois Central (incl.
Y. & M. V. )

Louisville & Nashville

Seaboard Air Line

Southern


(OVER)


50.7
45.5
36.8
34.4
46.6
43.2
39.4
35.1
58.7
55.1
54.6
51.9
56.0
47.9
45.8
42.4
63.7
55.5
83.8
72.5
77.0
75.0
44.2
29.3
62.5
54.6
52.4
45.0
44.8
39.1

48:4
38.
32:2
32.1
24.9


46.3
37.5
61.2
50.2
70.8
53.5
44.
33.
66.8
52.3
R. 7
:0
70.2
59.3
44.0
36.6
53.9
5.8


247,718
239,256
586,115
592,920
824,591
778,077
111.585
110,588
430,747
419,4w8
4 3,261
7,314
104,67i
102,802
259,489
239,166
3.331,934
3,148,660
131,931
127,506
120,712
114,992
64,161
61,257
259,749
251.307
1,198,317
1,104,10io8

28a,65l
27.5899
161,926
161,137


612,041
563,086
3,449,152
3,264,072
92,088
383.212
377,384
363,287

'29:132
462,038
472,231
172,731
176,192
l9Wl3r64
1,013,564
988,o04
713,634
738,936
499,213
473,909
1.005,533
977,21


1,732,656
1,615,518
3,17.147
3.198.117
5,935,511
5,2i9,4o6


2,874,081
2,800,119
2,921,094
3,211,437
758,950
720,354
2,185.934
2,014,510
29,676,040
27,637,814
826,063
837,951
775,391
688,231
320,995
279,924
1,662,373
1,687,779
8,365,612
7,766,736
1,459,144
1,362,600
975,704
978,072



9086,077
3:5 05775
29,704, 5

1,484,369
1,316,872
2,532,849
2.255.459
1,916,630
1,869,589
35234,125
3,679,817
1,028,267
1,094,296
6,566,094
6,391,220
4,836,226
4,850,775
2,989,489
2,90,209
6,879,106
6,531.738


... .












subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION SEPTEMBER, 1936
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways--Selected Items for the Month of September, 1936, Compared with September, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000--Continued.



FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE
Locomotive-mles Car-miles Ton-miles (. a,) Number of road locomotives He C T, .nmi..
Locomotive-mil Car-miles Ton-miles (t a) Number of freight cars on line Gross Grs Ne Locomot PercetPounsounds Iocomo-
mi*-mdes Per- I --n- o Ne ce t ir |-,. per

total and tnder and tenders revenue able
Milesad Train- PrGrew Net ServiceablePe ribotan-lmls Pe per per mile of ineruing oaom mis tr-aine oa ri oo
Lih thu load entHmdFrin Total rvl tie_ dday rad ie il ives and yti ml dy
loadgt tou e dntund Including Excluding RForeignt de-ay tire- ca-car-da
!helper snd) sands)anl I i otnes nlc~m. ice- mtennders abnersL tender

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20)(21) ((22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) 35) (36)
Northwestern Region: 17 9,1.81; 6. 10
Chi. & North Western ........... 1936 55 994,015 1,045,878 691 28179 16,784 627 560 50.3 2,016380 1,6754 661,225 375 127 21 298 96 24693 5,67 78 26,777 -4 667 35 36 4 2,638 lo 0.3 ,l4,455 7,49977
1935 8,428 967,739 1,020,071 N':,494 25,759 15,981 61.7 56.s 50-5 1,851,562 1,627,058 566,698 43b 121 207 27.1 37,751 22,558 60,309 10.0 25,007 l1bB7 597 22'.0 0 22"* 2-- 2-*" 1 11 35-7 977,976 b,722i,93 (0 ^^ i-
Chicago Crest Western ............ 13 1,458 281,106 281,863 16,289 8,243 6.18 614 6.9361,84 08.860 182,2 6 1 I?2. ,2,03 4,562 6,599 2. 3.41 1,611 649 22.1 940 69:1 4,171 122 1.6 5,89 64o,17 35 1, 6
9 72,71251.16-1 503 6 42o6, 1 221 373 1o 3. 11 3 5-6 156,3976 1 70
Ch t i na .&O 19 2, 2 8 96753 359
9 2523 52;93 47833 169;558 59 4 3Z 35.1 1,681 3,993 5,674 24 35596 1,950 738 23.0 995 67.6 3,876 119 629,7.3
71 14710637 Z212 18: .166 2,71 6.1 2: 9 3- .-717 .9.6. 91q 34,66
Chi.. Milw... St. P. & Pac...i936 11,120 1.447.145 1:254,766 66,507 59,470 24,287 61.6 56.1 50.1 2,851,87 2.:8,9 1,0637 0 55 12 1. .652,8 6,42 .7 27,364 1,744 699 25. 4 3.5, 1 1 8 796 9969Z |.46 74 |: :
1935 11,119 1,353504 1,37,181 61,698 37,447 24,629 6o.5 58.8 50.2 2,718,700 2,0 1 978,901 ,24 101 133 20.2 47,11 18,986 66,167 2.7 27.813 1784 727 2N 3 31 2,935 115 75-9 9 :53 6,035,736
Chi.,oSt. P. .,Minneap.& 0. ..-1936 196 17 23g4 824 251 ;76 11 9 11 2 6 : 9 ? 7:1 50.2 376 0 9 2: 178 1 3O, 6 87 39 22 1 9 3 ;|| 5 9 5 6 17 ;2 1 2 26.o 4 27 10 59 2 206 90 1 3 272
16 1 21 82'146, qZ 3.29787, 126 I190: t 99l 1.7 2 1,16 7 2 -1927 9 5 0 o 6 17 1 368 9 o 9 + 1

1 593 91215nneap.,00St5-.35P. ,9S.St..21 13 197M... ; 804:5 3 3 2 5 1, : 5

Northern Pacific... 1936 6,429 825,435 910536 1 55,747 25,84o 14,575 639 65.4 48.8 1,825,689 1,593,288 633,258 35r 91 18.5 26,152 10,462 36,614 5.8 29,708 1,939 771 2g.5 572 56.5 3,283 138 72.6 558,299 3.959,39 78 23.o 19.4 loo
":31 9:98 9,2 3 8 375626 4.4 2 685 ..33 157.6 953 13 1 .1 : 658 3 4505 .260,577/ 5-308.


1935 6;421 75o;7o 856;99 65,o47 24;204 14,238 63.0 69.5 49.6 1;749;457 1;528,686 635,500 362 2 go 19.8 29,695 8,412 38,107 11.1 30,595 2,029 844 26.3 548 33-2 3,299 136 66.4 86,835 3,598,521 8.2 25.4 19.1 87
Central Western Region: 13 :70 9 9 ,4:
Alton .. ......... 1936 912 204,501 216,956 1,515 4,906 2, 67.7 64.8 52.6 344,141 298,091 117,546 3 20 20.4 2,349 6,441 8,790 23.5 33,664 1,46 578 24.o 439 27.1 4,2 111 2.8 169,514 1,074,91s 7.1 14.3 11-8 14
1935 921 189535 199,82 1878 4373 2 6 .1 67.2 51.9 317,231 272, 9 l 28.3 2, 6,855 9,261 21-3 33.363 1.4 535 23-1 360 2.4 3, 113 59 170,070 1,092,991 7.2 25. 12.3 1
Watch Top. & S. Fe (incl.1 93 ,2 6 770 09261 3,613 59 170,07011,092,991
G.C.&S.pF.andtP.&S.F.).....1936 13,228 1,862,571 2,024,869 98,863 53,618 31,461 63.0 596 498 3,952,721 3,399,955 1,148349 563 83 32 37 61,8o4 13,718 75522 105 33,689 1,831 619 21.4 499 37. 2,894 114 72.8 1,667,958 12,827,727 8.8 26. 16.5 164
1935 13,26o 10651 942 1;751,628 7 5812 45 920 26,460 6o.4 62.4 51.6 3 3e64804 2;837,899 962;o64 514 n00 366 3t.6 68;205 1684 79,889 12.0 32,085 1,7 591 21.0 392 29.6 2,418 113 61.5 1,606,641 12,527,458 9.1 35.8 / 137
Chi. Roc I. tGul130,644 50 1&38
Chi., Burl. & Quincy... ..196 8,9J5 1,41,2 1,466 6o,341 34,815 23,616 61.6 58.9 4s.4 2,644,15 2.294,128 9g5,94 446 9 1J.4 2,967 19,696 1:661 7:1 28,14 1,631 666 24.7 .7.5 7, ,
CiRcI.&Pc(ic.1935 9,971 1,279:6810 1:338:Mi 50,6l1 34;352 22;007 61.0 59-7 48.4 2;384;534 2;077:673 89 9:45 450 3 IN10 1. 2Z,827 15,835 44662 9.5 28,042 1,652 683 25.3 4641. .29 115 1. 1,18,380 7264499 36 1. 5
Chi., RockI. & Gulf) 01936 9 ,179 1,137,427 1,157,026 6,253 25,64o 13,398 65:7 54.J 50.4 1,813,764 1,549,704t 61a,532 394 35 260 4;:7 2'1,961 14,127 36,088 8.8 23,751 1,366 531 24.1 V43 35.5 2,521 127 U:68 999,355 5,997, 896 7. 2.4 1. 13
1935 8272 995115 1,013,034 6;924 22,506 1 38 65.5 56. 51.9 1,565:177 1;8;55 530,010 353 39 9 26,323 11,937 38,26o 13.5 23,030 1,349 53 23.5 47 28.9 2,136 131 4.6 67,211 5,370,850 3. 1
Denver & R. G. Wn. ..... .........1936 2,584 406,6 4 2,544 49,641 10,102 ,695 b3.9 63.0 50.6 8o4,4o6 649,691 262,728 16 10 4.9 11,308 5951 11,259 7.3 24,129 1,609 6J1 26.o 503 30.2 3,389 1 a7 81.3 8635 1, 44a,12 7-7 28.1 1.5 1o
othernPacfi1935 2,584 333, 3 3,909 37212 8 ,492 :435 65.7 65.5 527 637,524 510,828 193849 17 6 43 199 12261 4,33 1,591 7.0 23,810 1,539 54 228 78 252 2501 1 61.3 1670 1,319,955 42.0 .2 8
Lines. "0"'10" .1936 a,614 1,500,8s18 1641,192 195,401 49,179 25,958 65:5 6o.5 50.1 3.550,372 3,o65,054 1.1a6,311 V69 59 16; 2o.6 31,676 31,188 62,864 7.5 31,667 2,9 751 22:9 6o 4o:3 4,3J9 102 78.2 1.95.19 12,6o2, 167 9. 2.7 13 18
1935 8,599 1,203;6 l3 4; l;571 38: 36 632 62.2 50.5 2;826,;8 2,41 451 28 1 2 31.4 34,452 26,853 8,0 86 31,49Z 21,05 716 221 46 335 5,32 103 11.6 1,M 925
Set.a Woi Suhestern Rgo:I/

.... Pi 7...... 9918 216 ,, 668 5, 65.7 6 47 48 ,364,457 7.2198 1485409 8 156 1Z.6 7, 9 ,7 10. 5 39,546 1,98 0 22. *. o 16.o 9, 1 4,2 327,7 19.
S hton.. e19n61935 9,824 2,019,59 2,108,033 131,097 62,002 39,77 6o.9 66.3 4s.2 4.83,829 3,865,861 1,3,557 19 4 295 2..2 1,271 23,12 64683 150 38,617 1,929 7 21.7 88 52.1 452 115 a4.1 1,185,283 12,709,293O121 -5. '
Mo.-ans.-ex. Lines.......1936 3,282 391,931 396,76g 6,431 10,804 5, 662 50.3 4a.1 145,528 642,26 245,5 111 2i 74 35.9 4,387 6,548 i10945 5.6 28:330 1:643 628 22.7 74 49.6 2,494 65.2 342,6o6 2,46,967 6. 1.
1935 3:282 355.5b6 359,il1 5,30l lo~o67 5;4o6 65.1 52.4 49.5 699:371 600;08; 228,245 88 32 76 38.8 5,373 4,974 10,347 3-0 29,907 1,690 644 22.7 731 4g.8 2,322 so 62.0 341,099 2,311,941 7. 318 00 12
Missouri Pacific.. ... .1936 7,188 1,299,529 1,335,238 31.047 36,163 22,753 61.4 6o.8 4s.2 2,632,451 2,301,256 889,515 36e 43 125 23.6 14,961 26,25 41,22o 2.6 30,317 1,1778 687 24.6 L59 n0.3 4:125 115 85.8 769,4225 4,967,32126. 1.7 l
1935 7,202 1,53396 1;189,989 24,69 30,935 18,338 62.8 62.2 50.7 2;229;336 1,956,02o 75 615 283 103 152 28.0 16,167 20,90N 37,071 3-1 29.l4l 1.87 658 24.4 82 45 3.493 120 751 738, 4,695,2
St. Louis-San Francisco.. .1936 4,888 z61,078 166,277 9,91? 16,605 9,8454 62:78 54.1 47.4 1, 200,138 1,028,015 41o,090 276 67 so 18.9 14,869 9,554 24,423 6.5 24,575 1,355 541 24. : 60 5 6:1 2:496 127 61.2 467,030 2,868, 313 68 97 1. 1
1935 .4;88 ,56:25 63,312 ;92 l4;76 8;430 63.7 55.6 4,.4 lo44;2936 896;465 362,694 256 110 65 15.1 17,391 6,938 24,329 5.2 24,451 1,372 555 24. 497 318 2,73 125 52.0 433,740 2.553,580
Lines. So e.n.tor .. 1936 3 ,, ,4 6 1 .6 7 2 17 4: 2,507 4,2 656 29 264 1587 652 22.7 I 478 2,803 5 .0 S000 0
9 J3 25, 22,94 76 ,465,19 726 524 0 1 ,074 74,63s4 14 72 3 .156 1042 20' :





1935 1;7 198,06 207,154 2;731 5o04 1,806 73,5 50.7 9. 323,319 20,544 109;724 95 14 5 6. 3 5,020 2,551 5,51 6.2 23.243 1.363 553 21.9 4399 2,070 01 58.8 79,196 360,492
Texas & New Orleans .1936 4,416 Z71 a!5 552,o64 7,s94 13,428 6,167 68.5 52.: 51.6 924,672 812,277 329,880 204 43 48 16.3 6,773 12,646 19,419 6.6 25,526 1,480 601 24.6 4Z9 33-8 2,49o 97 6g:.8 371,Z27 2.752, 294 86 2. 4
1935 4,417 4847 481,916 8,708 l6;668 5:365 66.5 51 7 51.4 735,375 638,821 239,158 192 56 57 1A.? 7,097 11,042 18,139 8.8 23,475 1,343 503 22.4: 4 29.7 1,805 91 54. 328,669 2, 268,116 8. 361 & 11
Texas Ro Pacific... 1936 9 2 P411. ( al 6 3,5321 a4 42.1 249,310 2,125,299 7. .1
4 :66 437:61:15: 01 6 9 446 2:3.;61681
26. ok .&Gl) 96 81 91,,559267 691,197 6.7162565,7 1 3 19378251 2256,438214






1935 1,9 222,327 222327 1141 ,993 3.371 67. 587 550 69,6o 5471 150,131 73 8 80 36.2 2 080 7.571 42 28,657 1,26 76 21.5 689 6 2,572 3 77 2 77 1,734,525 7 1
(VRa/ Seeplntrynt o poit ie ftisset 105716-0 U S GoVENETPITN FIE13
aN ot available.
o/ Includes Los Angeles & Salt Lake, Oregon Short Line, Oregon-Washington R.R. & Navigation Co., and St. Joseph & Grand Island, leased January 1, 1936.




2'- FL LU.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FL d

II I III II IIIIII 11111[
3 1262 08731 2863 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS .--

___ u~. CwthtOITOY

Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of October, 1936, Compared with October, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000.


Staemeet No. M-200
OCTOBER, 1936


FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE


Locomotive-miles Car-mites Ton-miles (thou...nds) Number of road locomotives Number of freight cars on line G Gr Pounds
Region, road, and year Per----- per per to----- Neto ton-i--tono-nCNr-etet 0)on-rPieseT n -ofotrl-per-- -Net
Me rtra ol- m om roletr iu K gross iiles Poenger- ,ervice- pee as- toies
of r Train- Per Gross Net Serviceabhlee trai-hour, train nm miles -er il pr per mie -n of in de sTrai-miles asenge r- e r-tr in re- per- ml
operated I Principal Loaded Empty PPer Per- cent Persent- ini Pe excluding excludig per loader r-od per omo loco car-miles total train locomo.
and l t ho- (lho- cent cent r ,s- 1 r 8" 1 lions torei n Toid on- loomo- train- ea car- day day tlu e tirei loomo- car tiwe-
helper Light nh- ocen loaded bound Inludig Excluding Revenue Not e see rv- ome Forig Tot ice- ls and tvies and ile n da y day tires and tirs mile da
I a ) east of locomotives locomotives and non- stored Stored able ice- abl tenders tenders tendr
total and tenders and tenders revenue aibtleN Le rnero
(1) (2) (3) (4) (51 ( (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (171 t(18) 19) (20) (21) 1 (22) (231, (2t 1 25)1 (26) (27) ((28) (29) (30) (31) 1 (32) 1 (33) (341 31 (36)


New England Region:
Boston & Albany ...... .. 1936
1935
Boston & Maine.............. 1936
1935
N. Y.. New H. & Hartf. ... 1936
1935
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson. ..... 1936
1935
Del., Lack. & Western ... 1936
1935
Erie (incl. Chi. & Erie) .. 1936
1935
Grand Trunk Western.. ... 1936
1935
Lehigh Valley ......... 1936
1935
New York Central ... 1936
1935
New York, Chi. & St. L..... 1936
1935
Pere Marquette....... ... 1936
1935
Pitts. & Lake Erie... ........... 1936
1935
Wabash .... .. 1936
1935
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio ... 1936
1935
Central of New Jersey. 1936
1935
Chicago & Eastern Ill. 1936
1935
Elgin. Joliet & Easternb/.. 1936
1935
Long Island 1936
1935
Pennsylvania System 1936
1935
Reading 1936
1935
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio 1936
1935
Norfolk & Western 1936
1935
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line 1936
1935
Central of Georgia 1936
1935
Illinois Central (incl.
Y. & M. V.) 1936
1935
Louisville & Nashville. 1936
1935
Seaboard Air Line 1936
1935
Southern. 1936
1935


373
373
1,963
1,971
2,016
2,049
831
835
983
992
2,298
2,298
1,027
1,007
1,112
1.319
10,793
10,885
1,672
1 6
1,661
2,081
2,090
234
234
2,434
2,435
6,366
6,325
681
684
931
939
43.4
45k
393
393
10,034
10,009
1,449
1,452
3,050
3,050
2,160
2,145
5,079
5.149
5,1 96
1,886
1,886
6,562
6,587
4,969
5,065
4,295
4,295
6,596
6,599


136,657
125,454
291,017
279,255
348,786
3168,818
239,098
197,125
381,133
354,088
776,238
758,912
273,319
235,029
370,896
375.301
2,896,809
2,622,523

46,;?60
400,105
391,525
97,066
68,880
598,060
575,002
1,676,529
1,433,112
162,718
145,032
183,188
170,838
106,381
86,588
36 20
29:247;
3,324,903
2,794,92b
453 90o
46,6:93
980,001
901,653
756.845
667:061
557,010
82,177
254.928
233,750
1, 775,974
1,518,483
1 23),750
1:034,547
475,4o80
426,7424
1,389,566
1,181,936


140,927
131,275
327,049
311,841
433,359
423,800
326,381
267,794
423,011
390,58
830,822
799,205
276,239
238,282
397,105
395,216

3 066,414

519,712
<50,170
417,471
407,303
100,122
71,288
607,819
586,047
2.058,245
1,767,210
182,387
164,477
18,154
172,077
107,955
87,549
36,624
30,361
3,769,746
3,164,955
493,434
46b,315
1,o40,966
955,088
808,225
704,029
2518777
:500
257,639
235.4o0
1.790,947-
1,530,6b46
1,349,767
1,124,737
499,223
436,601
1,414,949
1,200,222


9,603
10,355
27,93.



37,868
32,301

49,766
48,190
49,284
2,521
3,087
50,979
38,833

158:964
7,896
7,055
6,036
5,747

56
11,600o
12,.433
212,896
189,708
36,148
30,904
2,977
2,868







141,35
3,167
17,621
14,490
420,744
335,787
56,424
49,867

51,098
40,797






3,710
34.134
29,299
35,742
30,274



24,053
19,358


3,298
3,170
10,640
9,887
12 .524
11,704
8, 724
7,186
13,374
11,524
35.431
32,910
7,136
6:796
1N.927
12,227
1 2
101,357
90,653
18,828
15,880
10,790
10,075
3,932
2,895
18,895
18,4560
31620

5179
4,878
2,049

2,856
2,269
3J4
281
119,304
100,800
15.529
11, 576
47,788
41,277
55,104
28,351
11,948
9,934
6,111
5,548
44,184
37,924
30,636
25,523
12,637
10,677
32,240
28,170


1,612
1,490
4,488
4,273
5,522
5,593
4,031
3,273
5,556
5,775
16,641
17,025
3.738
3,729
6,231
6,o41
6098
55, 6107
8,910
8,103
6,090
6,195
2,296
1,670
8.353
9,727
2Z.413
24,465
3,260
3,060
2,199
2,138
1 a
1,8I2

339
288
65,738
55,904
7,217
7,690
36,489
32.507
22,483
19.419
,748
,929
2,081
2,051
24,562
20,803
19,812
16,397

z 3513
14,498
12,260


67.2
66.0
57.8
59.7
61.4
62.5

N64:
63.8

61,9
66.6
69.9
56.1
55.7


62.8
64.2
60*5

56.9
56.0o
271 1


2-9:13
55.6
56.0



67.3
67.9
55.8
57.3
42.5
42.7
75.1
79.4


67.8
68.0

39':?

42:6
55.8
52.0
54.8
53.8
60.4
60.9
63.9
62.8
53.9
51.2
59.4
57.6


214,388
196,197
658,912
600,790
758,080
717,406
606.945
480,897
896,945
787,032
2.365,648
2,270,584
482,981
453,374
966,674
857,oil0
7,292,776

1,223,822
1,035,722
778,906
750,111
362,267
259,985
1,228,753
1,210,702
4,108,094
3,402,103
420,974
371,411
350,831
306,621
245,559
191,647
35,485
29,627
9,139,945
7,470,861I
1,067,513
915,858



4,430,871
33,842,5867
3,a,97608
2,587,930
Z44,368
.8715,6
381,022
33676,247
35222,976
2,715,638
2.454,185
2,011,420
819,078
676,235
2,088,163
1,731,799


177,461
163,046
579,591
524.932
666,163
621,629
533,327
421,093
752,9e42
652,822
2,088,285
1,975,139
419,381
397,990
842,204
736,815
6,499,W53
5,71l,1l0
1,097 812
925,596



331,3
240,349
1,074,901
1,064,222
3,559,462
2,959,635
367,898
326,598
310,35

220,336
170,955
26,080
22,192
g,074,140
6,588,394
939:331
0o:,570
4,073,220
3,520,418
2,788,062
2,337,084
624,950
502,891
322,060
282,787
2,815,381
2,370,621
2,158,771
1,782,37
706,659
584.331
1,792,24


62,567
55,283
221,398
195,384
258,58A
254,476
262,244
198,304
3, 5959
2 ,934.
810,932
731,711
151,665
140,099
371,072
298,578
2,839.764
2,391,352
435,838
353.228
263,417
246,655
191,316
139,239
404,747
371,261
1,647,436
1,348,181
175,306
153,118
14o,571
119,269
110,761
85,705
9,464
8,355
3,771,802
2,930,138
462,530
378,535
2,254,999
1,923,661
1,524,517
1,242,339
252,409
177,740
129,354
108s,771
1,179,188
986,218
1,050,826
873,664
281,349
226,516
728,367
569,790


9

131
121
190
178
112
95
141
116
236
205
o80
75
118
118
935
780
149
138
120
115
38
29
1214
121
683
632
58
60



54
Zg6

34
3
1,487
1,210
209
181
413
383


21Z
235
97
99
665
598
37J
306
219
197
495
433


2.640
2.783
7,142
7,933
9,949
13,055
7,674
10,831
12,412
14,712
16,019
20,083
5, 03
5.062
10,449
12,658
95,690
118,539



7,592
9,393
12,041
13,725
10,926
11,379
60,221
68,559
10,671
12,713
2,20
3:29



761
183,810
225,983
22,839
26,879
37,597
36,558
27,168
31,332
18,024
22,523
2,982
5,248
50,171
1,177
31,409
36.389
9,299
9,955
21,707
24, 621


4,105
4,6651
8,563

11,865
11,873
3,815
2.953
7,220
6,275
19,856
15,429
8,136
8,123
10,677
7,189
73,569
70,198



8,868
8,284
12,814
11,028
10,771
9,572
32,651

11,207
9,:2240


6,686
3,781
2,994
3,027
67,504
56,282
13,676
10,211
17,085
14,780
5,213
5,395
8,6

4,069
3,648
26,349
21,887
12,077
10,100
7,330
5,703
22,119
18,269


15,705
16,017
21,8141
24,928
11,489
13,784
19,632
20,987
35,875
35,512
13,169|
13,185
21,126
19,8147
169,259
188,737



16,460o
17,677
24,875
24,753
21,697
20,951

94,56?
21,878
21,953
3,162

14,360
11,429
3,543
3,788
251,1141
282,265
36,515
37,090
54,682
51,338
32,381
36,727
26,657
28,9.9
7,051
8,896
56,520
63,0614
43,486

16,629
15,658
'43,826
42,890o


21,235
21,205
26,417
25,357
26,794
25,002
30,993
29,659
32,690
31,:454
44,117
44,691
29,013
37,112
38,430
36,732







44,966
47,645
35,581
37,225



26,479
26,909


17,399
17,284
5,750
5,725
33,920
32,831

24,865
55,202
55,199



19,005
17,817
22,409
21,370
25,475
25,744



22,537
20,305
21,116
20,986


1,504
1,307
1.999
1,887
1,945
1:81;
2,244
2,149
2,002
1,872
2,708

1,551
1,7114
2004

2,267
2,203
2 1
2,077
1 69
1,689
1,657
3,426
5:504
1,816
1,868
2,156
2,099
2,32



2,119
2,020
735
777
2,474
2,398
2,076
2,014
4,206
3,951
3,720
3.538
1,124
1.044
1,266
1,213
1,600
1,572
1,752
1,730
1,514
1,389
1, 01
1,263


460
443
76k4
702
755
685
1,103
1,012
907
702
1,052
973

61
1,016
812
991
922
8647
793
659
630
1,978
2,030
684
652
998
956
1,121
1,101

704
1,065
1,013
267
293
1,155
1,066
1,022
948
2,?29
2: 59
2,034
1,881
418
369

68

670
654
283
848
601
538
F9
85


,413
,778
3 638
3:199

3: 91'
10,183
7,658
9,966
7,966
11,386
10,271

4:489
9,122
7.303
8,488
7,087
8,410
6,861
4,082
3,808
26.395
19:22X
5,364
4,919



8,302
6,876






6,369
777
686
12,126
9,443
10 297
8,412

20;5
22,772
18:684
1,476
1 i114
2,213
1,861
5.796
4,830
6,822
5.587
2 ,113
1,701
5,562
2.785


Notes Effective with carrier reports for the month of January 1936 the rules relative to operating statistics of large *team railways were revised with the following effect on this statement: Miles of road operated (column 2),
number of looomotives on line (columns 14 to 17 inolusive), and number of freight oars on line (oolumns 18 to 21 Inolusive) were changed from averages for the month to actual figures as of the close of the month. Freight
train and looomotive-miles (coluane 3 and 4) and the ton-miles of freight looomotives (Included In column 11), which formerly applied only to freight trains aid the freight proportion of mixed trains, based on oar-lmles,
were changed to apply to freight trains and all mixed trains handling more freight-train cars than passenger-train oars. Passenger train-miles (column 31) were changed, In similar manner, to apply to passenger trains and
all mixed trains handling more passenger-train oars than freight-train oar. Fuel oonsumaption per oar-mile in passenger service columnn 35) was changed from consumption per oar-mile in steam locomotive trains to con-
sumption per oar-mile in all trains includingg motor-oar trains). Carriers were not required to rework 1935 figures according to the revised rules, but they have in some oases supplied considerable comparable data. In
other oases, the figures hown in this statement for last year were restated by the carriers from last years reports, or inserted from suoh reports by the Bureau of Statistics.
y/ Not available.
/ No passenger-train service.


(OVER)


52.8

40.
3.8.


5.5
43.-
35.3
63.3
58.2
57.9
59.9
65.4
55.6

Z:3

68.9
61.5
88.6
77.2
90a.8
85.7
48.2
30.7
65.4
5:.14
60.2
56.72
47.9
48.0
40.5


41.6
33.0
35.0
28.6
5F:6




66.2
58.6

75.3
65.0
148.5
37.3

M*3
66.5
58.7
78.0
64.0
48.5
40.

4:1


262,158
235,777
601,738
604,502
807,089
778,143
103,038
102,351
440,741
427.355
4635,119
467,185
150,652
104,237
265.125
257,563


127,012
126,197
114,505
113,358

62,382
273,828
265,950
1 235,879
1,136,107
269,807
267,432





596,213
555,799
3,710,562
33577,942
408,514
409,293
598,166
381,805
285,025
291,295
483,244
497,008

181,460
1,062,186
1,054,538
738,045
735,625
517,720
488:136
1,042,565
1,009,985


5,586,642
4,992,530
667,9541
615,711
2,855,141
2,807,745
3,0oo,859
3,185.57
843.,708
711,205
2,192,443
2,089,727
291614



648,664
586,530
339.158
267,698

1,651,240

71,956,161



1, ,O
-: :
7-.
1,014,0O5
974;28



3,778,512
3.439,362
31,414,198
27,677,363
1, 8,441
1,W5,2135
2,666,377

1.956,71

3,866,577
3,915.335
1,107,473
1,132,605
6,922 ,73
6,759:,651
5,oo1,I15
4,91k,129
3 24o,592
2:966,;;

1;762;402


17.1
18.3
31.0
39.4
08.0
to.8
10.2
14.0
32.1
27.1
15:3
23l1
14.3
25.0

41.0
30.6

7.1

16.02

16.
19.4
22.2

51.6
32.2


20.9
26.9


R2


21.4
2353
19.1
20.8
25.2
20.7
7.6
9.9
2.5
11.1
17.4
16.6
21.5
36.3
20.7
27.8
25.8
33.3
17.5
31.6
26.6
30.8


20.0
20.0

14:4

11.4
t/
13.2
13.8
18.3
18.8



15.1
A8/
14.4
IkA
j/
12.8
A/
19:



26.3
28.4
14.5
131*


29.0
28.0

17-


9.4
9.8
12.8
A/
19.6
20.1
16.7
16.:
18.7
.0/
13.8
12.1
18.2
16.4
15*,

18.1
17.0
12.6
12.9
17.6
i18.6


Subject to revision






10 (ste.22:.35


Subject to revision


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


OCTOBER, 1936


BUREAU OF STATISTICS



Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of October, 1936, Compared with October, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000-Continued.


FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE


Locomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles (thousands) Number ofad locomotives Number of freight car on line
Region, road, and year ___ __ton-miles ton-milesNet Net Car- Net N of coa LPOcmo Pasn- Prcnt Po lmo-
SMiles pe pee ton- ton- Car- Net le f coal tie
of road Train- Per Gro Net Serviceable Per train-hour, train-mile, miles miles mile tonmies n miles Passenger- tric per pa miles
orated miles Per- cent Epy e- Pr cnt_ __ Un cent Percent excluding excluding per per per permef inuding pe Train-miles train era able of senger- per
opeandted (thou- (thou- cent ent cast- erv- un- Home Foreign otal un- locomo- loom- train- car- road per locomo- locom- car-miles a per total tram locomo-
and Light ands) ads) oadedn loaded bound Including Excluding Revenue Not ice- ser- H Foreign l service- tives and tives and mile day da tives and tive- Iocom- car- tve-
heleast of locomotives locomotives and non- stored Stored able ice- able tenders tenders day ties mile day
total and tenders and tenders revenue able
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) () (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) 1(26) (27) 1 ( 28)1 (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)


Northwestern Region:
Chi. & North Western .... .1936
1935
Chicago Great Western............1936
1935
Chi., Milw., St. P. & Pac..1936
1935
Chi., St. P., Minneap. & Om.. 936
1935
Great Northern ........................1936
1935
Minneap., St. P. & S. St. M..1936
1935
Northern Pacific.............1936
Central Western Region:
Alton........................... .. 1936
19355
Atch., Top. & S. Fe (incl.
G.C.&S.F.and P.&S.F.).... 936
1935
Chi.. Burl. & Quincy............ 19 6
Chi., Rock I. & Pac. (incl.1935
Chi., Rock I. & Gulf)....1936
1935
Denver & R. G. Wn...........1936
Southern Pacific-Pacific 1935
Lines........ .................... 1956
1935
Union Pacific, /.......... .....1916
19935
Southwestern Region:
Mo.-Kans.-Texas Lines.........1936
1935
Missouri Pacific .................1936
1935
St. Louis-San Francisco......1936
1935
St. Louis Southwestern
Lines ............................ ... 1936
1935
Texas & New Orleans .... ..... 1956
1935
Texas & Pacific ..........1936
1935


1,458
1,458
11,118
11,119
1,641

8,059
8,031

4:27 3

6, 429
6,421
912
921
13,228
13,260
8,899
8,971
8,128
8,272
2,576
2,584
8,61k
8,599

9,918
9,824
3,282
3,282
7,188
7,202
4,888
4,888
1,767

4 416
4:417

1,:945


1,092,914
1,07:1,339
324,432
246,696
1, 46,336
1, 414:390
245 04
232:,461
1,116,494
1,035,607
418,265
395,905
864,509
783,625
213.,79
210,554
2,100,100
1,990,454
1, 566,234
1,509,808
1,217,434
1.086,937
487,29
417,246
1,705,057
1,393,083
2,415,803
2,293,396
418,781
398,200
1, 38, 621
1,:26,271
831,163
703,257
269,826
226,023
615, 420
526,918
320,059
250,796


1,140,358
1,125,925
326,248
248,521
1,657,124
1.516,899
229 909
243, 778
1,126,130
1,047,051
429,298
402,499




965,3467




859,b479
224,739
















1,16,298o
220,495
2, 284,80
2,153,721
1,650,512
1,588,717
1 241,090
1: 106,298s



1270,7791
23498,357
2,584,095
424,506
402,460
1, 412,846
1,303,073

840,651
709,591
270,774
238,337
617.57
521,9409


10,726
16, 154
74,168
67, 544
12,728
11,702
42,5747
6,787
5,781
3,808










62 515
2,031
2,5390
118,847
107,956
65,839
57,583

:6071
64,819
52,705
212,896
182,286
127,Z46
139.651
6,8
6,4t9
32,542
27,240
11,218
8,792
3,401
3,097
11,125
9,477


31,139
28,058
9,856
7,902
42,675
38, 74





5,161




5,023
31,702
10,131










9,6637
11,42827
24:682





















17,789
5,1498
7548,023
562,93570

9,262
427,86864
39,978
28,421
25,529
11,769
10,7355
57676
46812
76,625
71,48?
11,646
11,428





7.54
5,935
14,8
12:,R'3
9,262
7,868


18,611
17,729
6,053
4:, 450
26,421
24,792
3,030
2,715
26,957
25,130
25,07
14,50





13,136











6,977
13,236
2,261




2,678







46,041
25,886




27,149,
14, 120
13,340
6,9767
53607


46.01





65,690
6,7842
23,o48
20,108
10,004
8,976
3.008
2, 269
6,69o
6:704
4,8130
4,080


57-5

64.7
64.1
56.0



71.5




66.2

69.7

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514.5
55.9
663.2
68.2
66.0
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51.8
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51:1
6o.9
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52.7
515.8



58.7
09: 9

53:2
52:5


2,238,38,4
2, Oil, 604
711,281
554,561
3,o67,836
2,777,183
1413,t0

2,987,244
2, 768,891
688,794
638,657
1,912,599
1, 73b6,435
361,261
363,256
4, 550.45
4,262,811
2,980,552
2,796,261
1,964,425
1,755,832
919,849
780,321


5,520,589
5, 094,527





1,291,584

492,464
381,627
1,026,917
865,602
650,991
532,463


60o4,332
470,291
2,701,20
2, 442,791
357,304
328,2k6
2,672, 96
2,48,3,99
604,:982
554,602
1,673,095
1,514,o15
313,607
313.543
3,9:22,716
3,665:526
2, 586,520

1,678,144
1,5014,969
NP9323
24,530
3, 501,765
2,892,696
4,7814,5324
4,398,281
00,178
679,378
2,41'45,113
2,1147,837
1,101,579
930,308
418,547
321,500
899,755
759,524

V043


217,058
171,532
1,080,788
977,677
148,499
138,568
1,126,539
1,0146,021
256,289
247,541
702,150
635,478
123,906
117,842
1 ,36,936
1,187,760
1,071,189
991,715
670,242
580,943
285,267
2440,109

980,b00
1,651,774
1; 486,188
263,069
253,688
973,899
830,614
455,512
365,461
168,389
125,475
364,416
282,558
207,690
164,727


19.1
31.2
16.6
21.1
14.5
23.1
24.4
24.4I
1Z.5
14.9

16.5
21.9
17.0
27.0
31.7
35.5
15.8
15.7

54.6
47.1
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16.:
19.

17.2
20.9
35.6
38.9
21.6
28.8
16.1
14.2
6.0
7.4
16.9
18.0
42.7
35.9


34,429
37,975
1,834

40,082
45,505







25,905
29,1048
2,262
2, 91

19,126
45,812











11,6519





17,761
2,441
2,858
6,65

2,651
2.54,
27,749


24,950
21,234
5.441
3,782
23,808
19, 742
6,265
6, 39
15, 72
13,:958





6,260
6,983
16,656
12,997
22,012
17,1422
16,387
12,738
5,671
4,758
29,627
25,551
26,849
25,002
6,778
5,811
27, 142
22,169
9,373
6,802



13,077
12, 31
6, 46
5, 70


59,379
59,209
7 2
5:34



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8,522304
91.53759
1,721
37,1196
3;:,248
53,192




8,56022
9:374

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1,0149


37,018
4:24

38,560







6,905
16,417







560,735
19,247135

19,08049
108,85977
8,015
37.018
23,024
24,563
6,905
5,7355
19,713
19,060

8,859
8,015


7.1
9.3
2.1
2.0
2.6
2.8
9.1
10.0
6.8
6.4



10
24.0
22.8
8.9
11.53
5.9
8.0
7.4
12.7

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9.0
13.0
3.2
2.9
2.6
2.8

56
2.9
6.o
5.9
7.2
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3.2


26,729
24,568
31,487
35,693

2d193
6:823
18,816
19,1416

34,846
2225

29,334









29: U37
28,663
314, 394
34,003
33 S18
33:154
28,483
27,703
24,1735
23,552
22,329
21,950
31 ,951
32021
N:;99

29.302
29,5;3T
30,274
29,692
24,414
24,412
25,823
23,462
25,397
24,085
21.194
26,601


1,812
1,651
1,864
1,909
1,756
1,736
1,464
1,421
2, 410
2,414
1, 56
1,416
1 942
1:943
1,475
1,495
1,874
1,8am
1,663
1:621
1,382
1,390
1,528
1,506







2.0429
1.995



1,781
1,705
1,330
1,328



1, 474
1, 451
1,751
1,837


24.0
22.0
22.0
21.7

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28.7
28.5
25.2



24.9
235

25.7
24.0
23.5
21.1
19.8


1: 8
23.6
22.8
24.2
22.11
22.1
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21.6
20.8
22.6
22.2



25.6
23.6
22.
211.11
24.4
22.7
22.4
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2,885
2,363
4,802
3,795
3,136
2,836
2,926
2,723
4,509
1,202



3,523
3,192


1,236



2,660
2,266
3,572
2,997
4, 774
3,679








3, 13

2,290
2,662
2,063
3,446
2,731


,1 23,841
1,014,720
162,256
162,773
946,901
954,677
204,016
199,356
678,049
643,388





174,176
228,991
233,323



176,76
1,741,136
1,611,024
1,221,965
1,168,616
927,690
907,428
194,873
179,803
1,387,580
1,1.76,7140



368,332
352,623
807,801
763,941

209
113,947
82,912
395,214
325,371
268,626
237,133


,311,267
,891,361
651,612
669,137
6,277,346
6, oo009, o67
1,8527


4,689.676
1,283,779
1,226,720
3 872, 72
3:492,932
1,128,012
1,138,6oo00
13 419,143
12,487,766
72, ,59
7,126,190
6,062, 80
5,687,061



12,785,983



2,621,5412
2,374,699
, 228,8W8
4,77,241





2,991,833
2,24, ,383
2,348,258
1,870,554


26.7
33.9
17.6
12.5
12.6
18.5

5.5
30.2
26.7
25.5

27:9
26.8
27.0
11.41
13.9
23.4
35.7
16.9
16.6
26.4
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25.4
42.3
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25.7
18.7
19.3
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36.5

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See explanatory note on opposite side of this sheet.
j/ Not available.
(OVER) ao Includes Los Angeles & Salt lake, Oregon Short Line, Oregon-Washington R.R. & Navigation Co.,and St. Joseph & Grand Island, leased January 1, 1936.


KMMo U. s.OVCInMy(HT PINTMlOr 0"1oIrc a










Subject to revision


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08731 3317. INTERSTATEE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


.: iV. OF FL LUi.




POTO T


Statement No. M-200
NOVEMBER, 1936
*


Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of November, 1936, Compared with November, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000.


Region, road, and year





(1)

New England Region:
Boston & Albany.... ..........

Boston & Maine....

N. Y., New H. & Hartf...
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson.

Del., Lack. & Western

Erie (incl. Chi. & Erie)

Grand Trunk Western .

Lehigh Valley ....... ..... ...

New York Central ....... .. .

New York, Chi. & St. L.

Pere Marquette ....... .. ..

Pitts. & Lake Erie ...

Wabash... ...... .... ...
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio .. .. .

Central of New Jersey.....

Chicago & Eastern Ill..

Elgin, Joliet & EasternI

Long Island ........................

Pennsylvania System..

Reading..........
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio.........

Norfolk & Western ...
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line ..

Central of Georgia ...
Illinois Central (incl.
Y. & U. V.) ... ....

Louisville & Nashville..

Seaboard Air Line

Southern


(OVER)


FREIGHT SERVICE


Locomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles thousands ) Number of road comotives Number of freight ar on line ss Gross
o l ton-mile ton-miles Net
Super per ton- t
Miles d Tram- Per Gross Net Serviceable Per train-hour, train-mile, iles m
of rod miles Principal Per- cent Un- cen Per cent excluding excluding per lo4
operate Principal Loaded Empty Per- cent- serv- un- T n- loeomo- loeomo- train-
and Light (thou- (thau- cent loaded bound Including Excluding Revenue Not ice- serv- gn Total service- tives and tives and mile n
helper anastds) sands) loaded t of locomotives locomotives and non- stored Stored able ice- able tenders tenders
total and tenders and tenders revenue able

(2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (2


..1936 37 139,11 143,540 9,489 228 1,474 68. 6 208,961 171, 60 1 59 8 2 27.2 2, 4 6611 247 20971 236 439
1935 373 122,189 128,146 9,931 041 1,38 68. 4.2 .2 189.035 156,614 6 4,563 7,049 21.1 21,752 1,9 282
01 131 53 4 51P711
1935 1,971 293,571 282,656 :2,371 5,941 4:035 68.9 56. 52.8 553,436 4,5 176,202 174 59.6 8,318 79577 15:895 14.9 26,161 1,919 698 19
1936 2,6 3 22 7,o86 23,67 12,17 5,471 690 6.2 50.9 743,027 652,308 250,523 176 12 96 314 974 ,612 2,346 14. 27096 126 740 2
1935 2,049 31 6,96 387,902 1,92 10,66 5,033 680 61 50. 53,257 55,794 209,2 10 6 115 392 132 583 24828 16.0 25651 121 675 1
1936 831 229,552 313,198 36,774 9,1400 3,960 68.0 63.7 50.8 594,097 52,5274 259,146 101 120 41 15.6 6,988 4,040 0 42 31,511 2,290 1,15 3
1935 835 5,273 26,598 31153 696 3449 6 6 2 483,138 3, 20 201,394 96 14 29 .6 10,557 2912 1 3 6 050 21 1 038 2
.1936 983 364,066 406,850 55,243 12,770 5,217 71.0 60.9 50.5 864,866 725,386 294,565 143 2 92 8.8 11 6 81 33397 017 9


1935, 92 2 7 6. 42 5 1 0 1 8 1 499 201 162 i 0 1 9
4 1936 1,07 267 9994 27o0,992 3,25 17,42 945 64 28 40.9 11n7,359 12, 1 2 791 15 1 1 5 2 45,16 7 1,238 1.5 36,15 1,63 57802
1935 1, 3896 24 1,3 6 22o 66 633 4 576,22 3







1 207 0103 62. 5531 51. 4 5 1 5 7 25.197 8 76 7 47.6 7, ,7 12,391 2 6,151 1 30 5 20
.1936 1,05 3114 3 7 ,64 12 6,200 6.7 64:.7 51. 6 948,1 139 2,3 8 3 56 1 6 12644 10066 11,32 21, 66 35, 1 ,93 2
1935 1,4 1i 87,5 38,61 8 o7o 5,734 67.1 67 .7 52. 6 16,538,679 7,11 2 1 34 7. 3 22 11 69 1412 83 7 4
3 37,! 2a 2V155
1936 10,7932,66,017 3,032, 1545 194,687 64, 79 6 60.4 6.4 49. 1,9250 6 93 62, 01 91 g 48; 95,917 16.9 36:,0 2,24 2







148 13 6 : t 5 1 ,0 5279 1 7 9 1,2 14 ,6 8 5. 6 ,1 126 1 7 :
1935 4 3,251 .700,156 84 6 2:1592 1 8 629. 15495 8 805. 9 1 31,0 2 6 1. 1,71 9 2 ,30 7 2 2 14 9
..... 1956 8 ,925 82,41 55 5 2 ,1 66 ?.0 91 499 1. 6,01 14 5.6ooo 492 146,, 'J7
.193531611305'00,7 6 11 25 ;:076 36, :009 2
1936 2,01 396 1121 10,5298 237 310,612 6,473 62.1 53.1 50. 296,726 674,637 25,908 126 620 176 7,859,4 17,272 2.5 26,799 1,55 647 2:
1935 2,090 366:,625 380,672 4 7 6:115 2600 55.3 50.3 77,171 591,93 909 1142.0 939 6,927 16,766 4.7 25,917 1, 1 592 2
1936 234 94,649 97,085 7 2,4 2 .0 22.9 48.0 1330,!7 300,996 168,023 3 12 22 32. 11,25 11,41 2,079 3.1 42796 3,189 178 0 4
1955 234 709 8, 88o 2,78 1,778 0. 23.1 54.1 250,669 231, 22 130,7190 26 1 34 47,9 14,597 1,1 2,1 1.0 7, 412 1Z9 4
1936 2,434 606,352 617,32 13,39 18,62 8,86 67 52.8 45.3 1,220,170 1,063,305 388,1384 1344.6 1,002 10,67 2,675 57 35,597 1,780 650 2
1935 2,435 550, 559,5 20 16,927 9,556 63.9 54.3 45.2 1,121,374 91,7, 33 0983 9,112
1936 6,366 1, 5700 1,6 418 201,769 47,944 28,6 62. 6 59.6 5.2. 3,142,802 8,34833 1,540,181 670 4 6 43.9 29,720 26,998 2,143 993 3:
1935 6325 1,:311399 1, 964' k63,705 39,618 25:,317 61:0 60:9 45: 3,129, 773 72134 54 1 208,21 598495 9 8,870 14,10- 9,9 8 18. 26,913 2,056 913 3
1936 61 154,553 173,521 33,2 49 121 3,086 62 4 69.5 51. 3,05 9 347,993 167,279 6 11 76 17 10,90 11,692 21,982 295 26 2356 1,13 3
1935 684 137,321 155,836 2640 4:464 2,759 61:8 69.0 52.0 343,025 300,591 140,062 55 4 96 1.9 12,471 9,59 22,350, 33.7 26,2 2,294 1,069 3
.... 1936 931 181,925 1782,421 3 005 ,02 2,613 66,0 591 49. 3 367,03 326649 146,53 2 47 4.9 2,40 3,822 6,162 76 165 1 14 29
1935 939 2,715 9 3 225 58 .3 45 0 .9 ;5 25 7 I7l l4 7 5 4 10 2 3,19 3,479 6, 728 6,8, 1 1,525 721 2:
1935 .9 167,575 168,052 140225 63.6 5 25,717 211492,79 1,515 2
O.193 6 434 103,7 104,9696 1,847 2,649 1,772 59. 45. 3 53.20 23,075 210,437 107 ,368 59 263.6 821 6977 15,194 50 16,51 2 ,079 1,60 4
..1935 44 86,76 5 88,6558 1,735 2, 6 ,2 1654. 5.0 6,8 ,730 82,104 50 37 42. g7,681 4,078 11,759 5.8 16,4 1,965 973 3

1936 393 7 ,5 2,762 1659 30 22 695 2.2 79.9 51.0 512,111 23,593J ,4 14 26.4 576 3,2 3 ,,945 2.6 5,5 1,4 23 2
1935 39 ,638,78 2,9,275 14, 7379 261 47, 2 0,55,1032 7,10 2 4 17 35.4 714 32. 0,1 1.85 ,8 71 24
1936 10,034 3,7,5915 610,052 7402,121 11,8219 66,5212 62.4 59.4 51.2 8,651 613 7.29,960 347,492 ,64 18 683 29. 5 42, 6 62 24 45 18.0 36,87 2 1,12 5 3

19536 t1,449 4 562 474 ,964 61 12, 197 ,116 6.8 69.8 52.0 1,o22,307 897,835 1 844,603 28 44 225 3.9 22,310 14,134 36,664 8.1 25,30 2 0,5 1,0 3!
1935 1,452 363,362 393,222 4,48 10,4 6,73, 61.7 70.2 51.7 84,W591 736,914 3:,50 176 8 6 95 2.7 28,927 1001 39,968 10.4 26,67 2,03 991 2 3
1935 99 4,882 498,2 42,759 3:4W 54. 52,557 1 653,7026.7 2,6 0 2 9 2. 90 1 ,094 5199 1. 56165 3,999 2,166 4

.1936 2,183 ,72,,843 745,905 37,948 29,271 21,254 57.9 4. 50.8 2,782,27 2,506,72M1 : ,65 269 46 47 130 30,267 4,709 34,6 20 5 1,61 ,02 192
1935 2,14 567,785 140,3 29 ,17 24967 17,681 5 8.5 43. 50.9 2 ,288,062 2,060, 61 ,0138 246 73 57 15.2 31,000 5,36 4 .39 2 3,424 1 791
..193 605,62o 607,292 8,228 1426 7,212 6 59.4 5.2 810,180 708,874 249,791 22 6 06 28.6 18,189 8,826 27,015 21.3 20,417 1,173 413 1
87,463 88,452 6,286 9,908 5,595 6o. the53. 48.1 629,316 524,924 17894 236 57 125 29.9 23,090 7,4114 30504 20 3 18,512 1,079 368 11
.1936 1,6 254,944 2,n f 36,826 5,680 2,112 72.9 54.4 5o 368,583 309,740 125,282a96 27 22. 3 ,179 3 70 3 2 1 29 2
1935265 22021 52 932 2193 2 548 50 316,29 265,380 100,741 105 37 26 578 370021452 1194 453 2
1936 6,456 1,6sg,1s3 1,698,279 31,846 41,247 24,012 63.2 60.1 50.3, 2,683,5131,130,053 686 12 188 21.2 30,752 22,660o 5412 21.3 26,35 1,601 674 2,

1936 4,942 1,238,042 1,359,369 35,064 29,136 20,743 58.4 64.0 49 2,402,165 2,12;,841 1024,975o4374 5 118 30 33,081 12,869 45,95 17.7 25,550 1,78 829 3
1935 5,037 1,026,188 1,107,592 29,170 23,6;0 16,379 59.1 61:5 4914 1,911,380 1,685,721 811,351 318 7 265313.8 38,662 9, 23 47,5 25.2 25,292 1,145 792 3
1936 4295 50,22 28,609 4747 13,565 6,467 67.7 56.3 517 897,331 777,881 293,346 230 6 95 28.71 9,511 7,696 17,207 2.2 25,624 1,571 5 2
1935 4,295 Z36,09 416.972 4,598 10,873 5,342 67726,1 625,026 236,620 233 10 1 15,962 3.9 23,792 1,457 551 2
1936 6,596 1,320,381 1,340,139 21, 29,753 15,120 66.3 59.8 50.4 1,986,248 1,706,075 685,257 467 23 276 35.1 21,928 21,580 43,808 15.9 21,615 1,302 523
1935 6,599-1,156,589 1,173,198 20,5 26 13,371 66.4158.5 50.2 1,705,507 1.,42,1 2 560,018 417 51 345 42 25,329 18,252 43,581 14.9 21,383 1,271 7 2
Note: Effective With carrier reports for the month or January 1936 the rules relative to operating statistics of large steam railways were revised with therfollowing effect on this statement: mulen of road
operated (column 2), number of locomotivee on line columnss 14 to 17 inclusive), and number of freight oars on line (columns 18 to 21.inolusive) wer changed from averages for the month to actual
figures as of the close of the month. Freight train and looomotlve-miles (columns 3 and 4) and the ton-mlles of freight locomotives includedd in column 11), which formerly applied only to freight
trains and the freight oroportion of mixed trains, based on oar-miles, were changed to apply to freight trains and all mixed trained handling more freight-train oars than passenger-train oars. Pas-
senger train-miles column 31) were changed, In similar manner, to apply to passenger trains and all mixed trains handling more passenger-train oars than freight-train oars. Fuel consumption per
oar-mlel in passenger service (column 351 was changed from consumption per oar-mile in steam locomotive trains to coneumption per oar-mile in all trains (including motor-oar trains). Carriers were
not required to rework 1935 figures according to the revised rules, but they have in some oases supplied considerable comparable data. In other oases, the figures shown in this statement for last
year were restated by the carriers from last year's reports, or Inserted from such reported by the Bureau of Statistics.
W Not available.
Noepassenger-train service.


PASSENGER SERVICE


let Pounds Locomo Percent Pounds Locomo-
tn- Net of coal per tive- P un- of coal iv
nes- milea-s toN-milest pgo m miles Passenger- ain service- per pas- miles
er e per per meil of including per n-miles train ger-tr able of ger per
ded p car- road per ncumo locomo- car-miles car per total train locomo-
r- ca day day tim tie- t locomo- car- tive-
uile day tive and day tives mile day
tenders

25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) 1 (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)


,443
4,793
3,602
2,981
4,143
3,413
10: 99
8,037
9,992
7,510
10,818
9,159
5.o4
,541




8,055
6W453

4,098
3,460





8,064
6,368
8,186
6,826



8,245
6,305



901




19,002
20,504
16,756
1,639
1,159


1,781

6,913
5,369
2,276
1:836
3,463
2,829


247,220
227,372


779,653
755,545
96,890
98,354
417,109
41,5318

M458,339
49,925
121,069
lo1,489

249:764
3,271,001
3,009,822
121,179
122,016
105,780
107,950
66,9
60:232
264,251
252,909
1, 169,818
1.094,119
253,798
257,783
17379
159,:235



52'0, 39'5
3,566,009
3,295,219
353,082
393,440
3255,9g7

276,554
283,394

485,519
180,405
176,294
1,023,509
1,023,817
718,440
719,886

474:8b72
1,000,892
980,914


1,615,523
1,461,024
2,918,818
2,:946,302

5,500,675
,953,185
618,278
593,552
2,678,985
2,693,234
2,799,643
3,022,163
790,494
690,o209
2,114,2,
2,037,352
27,934.,987
25,588,878
654,27J
710,531
577,967
555,742
319,427
262,429
1,713,915
1,541,032

7,976.606
7,7.7,726
1,264,139
1,239,717
968,918
982,165




21,730,734
26,98,05





1,879,354
1,852,190
,732,1851
4,099,542
1,15425
1,1:5,566
6 713,864
6,484805
4,8 8,602
4,8P5.509
5,275,655
3,027,0q4

6 777,174
6:559,402


18.3
22.0
31:9
57.5
34.0
39.9
20.4
15.1

956.4
7.9
19.1
21.4
11.1
21.4


19:
30:4
10.7
3.2
20.0
16.7
22.6
19.4
26.8
31.0
30.7
36.2
20.9
26.1

30.6
35.1


14.8
21.7

21.


15.2
11.0
6.1
7.7
14.8
16.6
16.9
36.3
22.4
25.2
27.6
32.9
18.8
24.0
29.2
31.4



















Subject to revision


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


NOVEMBER. 1936


BUREAU OF STATISTICS



Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of November, 1936, Compared with November, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000-Continued.


FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE

Locomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles (thousand) Number of road locomotives Number of freight cars on line Gr ro Net Pounds Percent Pound Loomo
on line sLocomo- Percent Pounds Locom-
_______ _______ _ton-miles ton-miles Net tNet coalper ie- un- of coal tive
R eMron tad and y ear PtonlT otgrtoo-ssPaon t n. .....-In
-P Pr ton milesmiles ton-imilesI 0 miles. 'aeger- ta service- per pas- miles
MilePer Gross Net Serviceable Per train-hour, train-mile, miles miles per mle of ton-miles Train-mils r in
of road mes Per- cent Un- c it Per cent eluding excluding per 1 perper including per inmiles tracinr rair abe of ger- per
operated Principal Loaded Empty Per- Forein Total t r l ocomo tra
and Light (thou- (thou- cent loaded bound Including Excluding Revenue Not ce- erv- ome Foreig Tota service- tivesand ives and mile ar day lives and day ties mile day
helper sands) sands) loaded east of locomotives locomotives and non- stored Stored able ice- able tenders tenders nleenders day
er cent locomotives locomotives and non- stored ai cer deom
total and tenders and tenders revenue able

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (20) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31)(32) 33) (3) 35) 36)


Northwestern Region:
Chi. & North Western.... ..... 1936
1935
Chicago Great Western ........ 1936
1935
Chi.. Milw., St. P. & Pac... 1936
1935
Chi., St. P., Minneap. & On... 1936
1935
Great Northern ....... 1936
1935
Minneap.. St. P. & S. St. M... 19r
1935
Northern Pacific..... 1936
1935
Central Western Region:
Alton .. ..... 1936
1935
Atch., Top. & S. Fe (incl.
G.C.& S.F. and P.& S.F.).... 1936
1935
Chi.. Burl. & Quincy ..... 1936
1935
Chi.. Rock I. & Pac. (incl.
Chi.. Rock I. & Gulf) 1936
1935
Denver & R. G. Wn ... ........ 1936
1935
Southern Pacific-Pacific
Lines .......... ...... 1936
1935
Union Pacific g/.... .... 1936
1935
Southwestern Region:
Mo.-Kans. -Texas Lines .......... 1936
1935
Missouri Pacific ........... 1936
1935
St. Louis-San Francisco... 1936
1935
St. Louis Southwestern
Lines. ...... 1936
1935
Texas & New Orleans 1936
1935
Texas & Pacific 1936
1935


14558
1.458
11,107
11,115
1.637
1,64,1

7,997
8,031
4.273
4:273
6,429
6:421
912
928
13,227
13,260
8,899
5,969
8,120
8,273

2,576
2,554
5,614
8,599
9,918
9,825
3,282
3,282
7,191
7,202
4,555
4,888

1;7J4

4,415
4,415
1,944
1:945


1,011,453
918,309
307,398
223,923
,1,89,667
1:,62,861
220,782
205,300
846,361
762,959
376,50
350,515
127,ZL7
b35,1
205,990
157,795

1,999,631
1.784,751
1,426,o074
1,336,069
1,159,383
1,0O4.979
384,559
316,577
1,686,815
1,229,235
2,150,961
1,589,031
415,328
369,063
1,294,356
1,125,171
796,888
657,630
274,046
235,731
622,706
512,011

131,527
239,069


1,0 1422
9221:952
310,161
224,800
1,496,126
1:335,401
232,25Z
213,126
848,085
770,091

354,967
803,824
691,5899
215,094
194,787
2,166,187
1,919,319
1,488,257
1,395,231
1,183.965
1,050,627
4-25,30
352.8R3
1,869,159
11333,160
2,224,430
1,973,901
421,209
373,545
1,331,221
1,161,192



:44:45
625,77

331,527
239.069


31,532
27,573
13.1
65,23
68,822
55,245
11,225
9,750






105:69^
342~94



38.658
465,10
l~44




3295
47,152
6,818
3,654

43,295


114,152
128,655
6,936
6,078
29,677
25,655
10,8
8,:61?
3,560
3,176



2,338
1,927


27,387
23,706
5,529
6,613
37,795
32,776


28,l8s
23,702

,7137
7,632
23,005
19.145

4:06




9:1?73
26,507
223358
5,912
8.044
57 615
39,742
68,126
57,151
11,017
9,943
36,150
29,800
16,250
13,688
7,0

5,965


7;t889


17,896
15,223

',95
:1330
23,377
22,490
2,922
2,366
15,707
13,023
4,247
3,497






31,440
22,503

15,140
13.719
5185
z:610
32,120
23,208
37,020
36,674
~ o63
1:611
22,165
18: 68
10,027
8.515

3m9

2:91


60.5
60.9
60.0
60.4
61.5
59.3
63.1
65.3
64.2
94.5
67.1
68.
67.0
69.4
64.2
60.6
63.0
60.9
62.5
59.1
63.6
62.0
63.2
63.6
64.2
63.1
64.5
60.9
60.9
60.1
61.8
62.1
61.8
61.6
68.3
67.7
66.8
64.2
63.5
65.6


63.0
61.5



57.6
52.0
66.6
66.3
52.4
52.9
61.3
61.7
66.
67.7
52.0
53.1



53.8
53.1
59:1
57.
55.4
56.8
61.7
58.1
47.5
49.5
58.2
57.7

53

49.4
47.2
50.3
51.9

5:26


2,004,71
1,700,662
654,253
484,355
2,735,081
2,399,942
364,091
318,331
2,058,018
1,697,560

504,78
1, 5s5,69
1,304,366
347,077
307,988
4,226,1443
3,580,940
2,642,825
2,453,139
1 495 5
1:5,R:668
702,474
609,981
10o6a,516
2,834,498
4,778,725
4,130,702

792,o56
716,383
2,642,724
2,165,125
1,208,138
992,249
487,965
392,705
1,048,870
797,907
670,647
500.490


1:758,79
1,486,854

552,992
-11,059

2,40 ,980
2,106,769
314,.144
272,48
1,821,754
1,491,357
408,760
430,821
1,375,979
1,127,05
301,184
263,990
;,631,441
3,051,392
2,252,911
2,134,175
1,600,201
1,357,930

4,88:701
3,12,:o3
2,439,667
4.112,7y3
3,551,932
686,666
613,517
2,311,120
1,879,2358
1,028,035
844,575
4 13,2M8
331,709
919,286
695,775

274,173
,32,554


643,595
521,532



968,993
829,473
127,060
115,817
195,669
35,593

210,451
185,221
576,137
447,931
118,512
98,977
1,220,760
99,8:1

966,068
593445K
612,167
498,345
221,857
196,812
1,225,341
819,012
1,457,822
1,230,293
244,988
210,624
584,749
720,210
11412,231
326,964
158,503
119,623
360.063
256,172
206,817
151,910


34,291
39,556

1:9S

41,723
46,346
3,701
3.852
35.388
38,517
12,263
12,961
26,738
29,825
2,280
2,480
61,525
69,745
25,926
28,312
21,524
27,192
11,528
12,101
30,690
33,078

95a,4o6
4,766
3,610
5,124
14,02T
15.567
15,197
19,252
2,469
3,063

7,432


4 :40s
4,4085
3,529
21,071
18,574
,219
4,950
12,764
11,521
5,181
3.889
7,251
6,304
6,462
6,917
15,019
11,707
20,217
15,718
14,143
11,142
4,261
4:*014
30,105
24,;46
21,795
21,213
6,318
5,368
25,493
2o:,674

8,872
6,128
4,251
2,523
:11:


2,543 6,116
2:,77 5:747


57,290
58,960
6,343
5,50?
62,794
64,920
G,920
;:g02
48,152
50,338
1.444
1,850
34,019
36,129
8,742
9,397
76,4
81,452
46,143
44,030



15,789
1,115
60,798
57,924
6o,201
61,979
9,?36
10,492



24,069
25,380
6,720
5,556
19,762
19,076

8. 65
8,55


26,509
24,526
3^216
34528

26,472
18,758
19,2274

32,731
29,459
21,341
19,528
28,850
26,770
34,249
32,559
33,411
31,758
28,119
28,149
24,650
23,016
22,311
21,705

33,322
32,313
04o,054
37,130
30,197
29,502
31,036
29,150

23,648
26,245
24,333

22,220

26,744
25,265


1,500
1,:23




1,969
19837

1,750
1,437
1,933
2,166
1,969
1,359
1:233
1,315
1,780
1,570





2100
1,822
1.716
1,609
1,607
1,383
1,315
1,461
1,551
2,100
1,999






1,675
1.315
1.287
1,4%3
1,412

1,367
1.8
1083


22.0
22.1
25.6
25.3
25.4
26.0
28.2
26.8
24.1
24.3
25.0
25.5
24.9
24.3
20.9
20.2


23.1
22.3
24.9
24.5
21.3
20.6
21.4
21.5
22.2
21.2
24.
24.2
25.4
23.9
21.7
20.0
23.7
22.4
22.1
21.1


2,568
2,063
4.447
3,341

2,557
2,Z488
2.587
2,352
3,316
2,638
1,642
1,445
2,987
2,533
4,334
3,554

3,076
2,488
3,619
3,319
2,510
2,008
2,871
2,539
4,742
3,175
4,900
4,174
2,488
2,139
4,101
3,333
2,811
2,230
3,054
2,256
2,718
1,934
5:5


92:0
120.6
52.0


56.0
51.6
51: 6

56.3
73.5

64.0
54.4
72.6
65.0
77.9
67.1
95.5
5.7



5:7.

62.
1


89.0
79.1
69.6
65.2
85.6
72.3
65.7
51.8



71.3
55.5


1,020,613
957,938
154,795
155,879
551,632
916,706
193,923
192,681
636,262
625,016

218,405
221,0Z
475,965
454,375
165,280
-162,092
1,657,781
1,535,613
1,159,972
1,115,554
884,069
571,412



1,361,927
1,1358,901
1,226,519
1,160,189
364,674
345,479
766,776
726,793
485,059
427,198
105,744
79,853
3586,141
314,353
267,099
227,843


(OVER) See explanatory note on opposite side of this sheet.
o~/Not available.
a/ Includes Los Angeles & Salt Lake, Oregon Short Line, Oregon-Washington R.R. & Navigation Co., and St. Joseph & Grand Island, leased Jamnuar 1, 1936.


6,791,927
6,290,330
608,047
64-,146
5,626,326
5,613,972
1,288,917
1,273,114

4,439,52k
4,438,b52
1,190,I31
1,157,b23
3,475,423
3,197,032
1,080,035
998,350
12,468,958
11:509,566
6,967,877
6,533,037
5,791:574
5,4000,10
1,178,562
1,175,925
12,002,492
10,448,897
11,340o,123
9,977,18,
2,450,426
2,337,954
4,872,828
4450,157

2:,64:470
521,061
362,579
2,907,022
2,197,450
2,147,462
1,765,098


18.9
18.3
16.1
!/
17.3
17.2
15.4
13.6
15.9
15.9
14.2
14.3
20.2
22.4
213

11:1




IS.O
15.0
17.7

19.5
17.3
13.6
a/

14.1
a/
11.8
10.9
17.4
16.5
15.5

16.9
14.1
10.0
a/

Ii3:


108716-0 U 5 GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE-1937










Subject to revision


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


Statement No. M-200
DECEMBER, 1936


BUREAU OF STATISTICS


Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of December, 1936, Compared with December, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000.


FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE
Locomotive-miles Car-miles Ton-miles (thousands) Number of roadlcomotives Number of freight cars on line Gr Net Pounds Locomo- Percent Pound Locomo-

Regionad, and year ton-miles ton-miles NetCar- Net ofcoalper tiLocomo- Pas erent Pounds Locomo-
MilesPer-rItper pereson-nton- les -milesase00(ger-osrvice-serassenger-
S Traid Per Gross Net Serviceable Per trainour, train-mile, miles mile ef sni ger- trains erv p
Tra mprn-ingrles, mor et train able
operated s Principal Loded Empty Per- cent cent Per cent excluding excluding per ded ca per roadperoco ile trainl trin loo
and Light (thou- (thou- cent bo d Inludi Excluding Revene Not Home Forig Total ocomo train- r- day day te- lom- ar- ive-
hleent loaded b d including ERevnue Not service- tires sod tives and mile mile- day lives and day tire
helper od) sand.) loaded east of locomotives locomotives and non- stored Stored able ice- able tender tender mi tenders m day
total and tenders and tenders revenue able
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13 (14 ) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (26) (26) (27) (28) (20) 21 (2) (24) 2) (2) (27) 28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)


New England Region:
Boston & Albany................ .... 1936
1935
Boston & Maine..................... 1936
1935
N. Y., New H. & Hartf.... .. 1936
1935
Great Lakes Region
Delaware & Hudson............... 1936
1935
Del.. Lack. & Western............ 1936
1935
Erie (incl. Chi. & Erie) ... 1936
1935
Grand Trunk Western ........1936
1935
Lehigh Valley.......... .. 1936
1935
New York Central............ ........ 1936
1935
New York, Chi. & St. L......... 1936
1935


Pere Marquette..............

Pitts. & Lake Erie.


.. 1936
1935
.... 1936
1935


Wabash..... ............ ... ....... 1936
1935
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio 1936
1935
Central of New Jersey........ 1936
1935
Chicago & Eastern Ill. 1936
1935
Elgin. Joliet & Eastern b... 1936
1935
Long Island........ ......... 1936
1935
Pennsylvania System ...........1936
1935
Reading................. ........ .. 1936
1935
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio... 1936
1935
Norfolk & Western ......... 1936
1935
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line .. 1936
1935
Central of Georgia..... .... 1936
1935
Illinois Central (incl.
Y. & M. V.)................... .. 1936
1935
Louisville & Nashville 1936
1935
Seaboard Air Line .. 1936
1935
Southern .... 1936


37
373
1,948
1,972
2,010
2,039
829









1
831



2, 2814
2,298


1,303
1,318
10,793
10,W5
1,672
1,674
2,081
2,081
2314
2314
2, 434
2,1435
6,351
6,320
681
681



931

393
393
10,031
10,009
,1449
1.451
3,050
3,050
2,183
2:145



1,886
1,886
6,566
6,570
4,942
5,007
4,295
4,295
6,596
6,599


156,.

298,085
258,032
37o,028
340o,635
247,027
208,507





305,196
43,152

414,004















1614, 056
394,746








1 37,33
552,631
907

382:317
67,274









4656,98736







404,0359
1,633,697
911,3377036










6714,4215








522,o5 0
194,3779
178,132
117,899
93,694



2 267,527
46,997
404,035
911,765
787,619
726,351
592,8"9
674,424
522,010
274,377
222,231

1,4!1,235
1,267,332
1,039,397


1,374.215
1,l58,70


161,463
138,880
334,674
288,711
458,887
416,371

337,065
285,588
4481,648
38,731
"8,497
690,550
312,7
247',;27
444:,793
418472
3,320,528
2,803,109










5: M
450,276
396,792
100,
69,61?9
673,643
575,7574
2,008,610
1,649,324














1745818
120,605
95,052
31 546
89,274

3,115,51



966,278
828,952



677,710
523,389
276,776
223,066
1,794,110
1,469,476
1,375,149
1,124,328
U77,876
458,128
1,395,090
1,174:649


10.76J
12,192
27,670
27,176
24,581
20,557





44,516
39,048
4,633
3,419
Z3,412
3,007
206,Z52
168,436
8,374
6,300
7,656
5,386





221,636
175,903
37,412
32,062
3,122
2,833
2,9

16,949
15,068


k,49071

10,504
8,803
12,457
10:59

8,726
6,996
13,207
10,671
31,858

26,151


1134
101,908
83,984

14,24
11,291
99,246



116:35

31,591

Z:502
.166
:,126
2,901
2,155

21


1 76
1,516
4.835g
4,055
6,524
5,651






6 ,



5:1
4,611
4,148
6,361
5,992

16:49

24



72,325
59,103
10,483
8:615
,604
,631

2

11, 096
10,257

24 23?
3.497
3,175
2,921
2:472
1,912
1,510
280
250


227,964
195,782
669,695
555,223
789,011
682,632

626,488
507,874


2,2 1452
1,852,074

g 691
158,861
1,041,038
867, 989
,674,694
1:238,461
1,266,018
980,282
840,891
711,115

3j4:6"68

1:135J:712
13,791

2.97'3.1393
424,494
370,8143
386,145
316,667
260, 021
194,626

7,471


18 ,942
4:834
691,617
586:044

t49,644
43,119

3'8,629
12,4-53

19




7 03














371,229
32 4,88564
7940 ,416
6213,978








5510,
1,12 ,963
869,314
1,29,167
12.543
302,487
N04,740
1,1""39
967,91'.2
3,14,919

371,229
324,885

277;4?3


21,978
20,000


442,7 1 113311 72,790 60.9 62.4 151.2 8,959,808 17,872,023
346,142 89.79 56,57 61.2 63.5 52.0 7,020,865 6,149,76


60,486
50,093
46,196
34,:4153
41,8

9,5064
7,265
3,859
35,581



36,925
31.998
4,631
4,225
21,691
20,168


915,15
38,567
31,367
28,718
22,115
13,863
10,278
5.798'
4,509
41,624
32,688
28,667
22,0V^
14,221
10,533
2 ?97
29:597


8,662
7.489
31,618
26,514
20,742
15,471
9,984
6,836
2,556
2,215
26,002
22,009
20,014
15,414
8,132
5,686
16,109
13,670


1,151,067
916,813
3,623,872
2,956,955
2 lo
279106
2:,049,393
936,405
677,248
389,228
304,257



1,810,061
2,

978,485
726,651
2,032,366
1,645,100


1,011,760
802,212
3,296,662
2,682,949

1:826:60)
789,405
564,1434
325,757
253,395
2,777,67
2,203,3N
2,073512
1;580; 833
848,272
622,603
1,740,326
1,397,574


64,854
55,790
221,849
182,098
260,516
219,930

268,346
208,552
312,172
242,189
78,0o65
189.791
173,928
138,962
388,947






2 5
303,230

2,'2493,279
440,787
328,1472
269,422
222,964
164,7

420,657
332,116
1,26,676




214,1951
118,322
85,293
6,1478
7,910
3,540,226
2,735,405
494,050
382,883

1.4 35, 412
1,317,963
962,679
256, 908
188,921
127,425
97,331
1,169:,78
912,278
997,042
761,406
303.783
229,333
701,336
539,1091


2,1431
2,487
7, 66
8, 04
9,971
13,7887
7,688
10,011
13,34.
15,341
18,441
21,381
4,1

12,197
12,415
91,155
122,699
6,203
7,463



11,235
14,9g4



10,841
10,890
12,582
2,570
3,228
8,201
8,099
402
716
184,322
212,076
24,167
28,861
42, 942
39,643
34,452
34,056
15,726
23,622
3,784
5,949

i: 9101



10,001
10,839
22,345
26,09


4,243
4,588
8,54.4
6,5514
6 2


2 95
6,290
5,181
19,557
12,1430
9,989
7,802

19 9
10,2628
7,5
66,208
64,807
7,844
7,157
s,484
6,125
1:,043
11,235
10,758
8,8932
29,662
20,668
10,262
8,407
3,679
5,821
6,124
4,020
2,882
3:046
65,319
53,325
14,095
10,032
10,248
8,692

4:814
10 g~o


2: 22Z
21, 548
16,860
10.884
8,022
8,236
5,952
20,912
16,8134


6,674
7,075
15,910
15,258
21,910
25,504
11,211
12,709
19,631
20,522
37,998
33,811
14,402
12,283
22,75;
19,925



14,620
16,98
16,813
24,278
26,139
22,1
21,5V01
90,157
91,082
21,152
20,989
6,249
7,049


3,2814
3:762
249,641
265,401
38,262
38,893
L3:,190
48335
38,511
38,870
29,286
31,691
7,1699
8,173
54,461
59,367

46:

18,237
16,791
43,257
43,293


24.3
21.3
14.0
15.9
13.9
16.3



17.6
15.3
2.6
5.4
14.1
15.7
6.7
7.7

2?:4
2.0
5.0
2.4
4.7



5:?

17.4
19.0
30.7
35.7
2.9
7.3
4.
4.5


1:91










15:95
6.9
10.0
1.0
1.9



19.8
20.2
3.1
18.7
20.8
35.4
1N.9
24.9
2.2
3.0
15.7
18.1


20, 36
20,806
26,216
25,187
26,155
25,263
30.742
29,836
36
32,6416
30.796
42, 413
40,153
30,797
30,355


















38,5894
35,992
36,496
33,915
26,494
25,964
42,J57
42:535
3:6,1418
14,879

24.6

26,715
27,185
30,448
27,291
16,034
16,195
5,329
5,362


24,934
25,382



48,980
45,178
20,573
18,689
21,541
20,900
26,264
25,555
23,876
23,247
25,0 65
22,902
20,916
20,067


1
1,193

1,979
1,888
1,904
1,757
2,237
2,1381
1 9
1A8
2,645
2,453
1.629
1,655
2,219
1,923
2,194
2,084
2,050
1,1929
1,682
1,602
3,106
3,046
1,828
1,768
2,064
1,942
2,362
2,350

1:52
2,021
1,88
729
729

2,095
2,085
1,992
3,661
3,443
3,426
3,115
1,172
1:082



1:127
1,3





1.277
I:,2N


4a7
1427
747
709
Z17
659
1,092
1,006
791
707
1,059
952
576
577
















1542
914
849
799
729
622
583
1,690
1, 624
650
595

2816
1,128
1,127
789
708
1,034
934
281
288



1,018
951



1,840
1:642
1642

466
440
662
629

734
5514
518

Z:4


,611
4,822
3.673
2,979
4,180
3,480
4160
10,440
8,096
10,248
7,877
11,029
8,702
.462


8,4853
6,626
5421










877
16,:646









2O '
6962
3:145





7,754
5,816





















10,999
8,595

15,183
Z,266












2,281
1,722
26,359
696
650
11,8

10,999


15,183

14,79



1,665


4:47

2,281
1,722
3:64310
2,65


606,924
597,828
846,975
794,161:
103,526
101,306
M2104
4 553
494,194
486,.137
134,199
111,130
269,952
267.390
5,776,007
3,46.799
126,961
127,148
114,254
111,654
69,200
624,272
280,014
267.555
1:282,3L9
1,157,55
270,410
265,955
180,395
166,450



590,207
540,053
14,079,895
3,760,276
404,875
403,538
432,705
391,123
300,566
299,Z127

58:46
223, 710
209,812
1,134467
1:01'3:372
817,198
768,210
627,381
548,807
1,142,076
1,096,185


I
1,850,493

1,144,245
5,991,950
5,297,925
~0,2





2,056,779
2, 6,412

72,16405
3,130.4















1,880,737
749,921








2,2688,544








12,40,977
21 112
:91,26,203











728,16o4
785,,311
67Z. 692^
616,653










346,55,95

2918,269
1, 24,046
1,690,787
8,849,45
,2088,02A















7,1851,722276
7,321,52902
1.244,3
1,075,49



3:748.098
3.295,546
34,076,477
30,279.931
1,602,453
1,510,937

2, 47'1,9T9
2,178,269
2,088,221

5:468'9:772


1:600:078



:30,:4

3:9 :53
7,851,222
7,321,529


Note: Effective with carrier reports for the month of January 1936 the rules relative to operating statistics of large steam railways were revised with the following effect on this statement: Miles of road
operated (column 2), number of locomotives on line (columns 14 to 17 Inclusive), and number of freight cars on line (columns 18 to 21 inclusive) were changed from averages for the month to actual
figures as of the close of the month. Freight train and looomotive-miles (columns 3 and 4) and the ton-miles of freight locomotives (included in column 11), which formerly applied only to freight
trains and the freight proportion of mixed train, based on oar-miles, were changed to apply to freight trains and all mixed trains handling more freight-train oars than passenger-train cars. Pas-
senger train-miles (column 31) were changed, in similar manner, to apply to passenger trains and all mixed trains handling more passeenger-train care than freight-train oars. FMel consumption per
oar-mile in passenger service (column 35) was changed from consumption per oar-mile in steam locomotive trains to consumption per oar-mile in all trains (including motor-oar trains). Carriers were
not required to rework 1935 figures according to the revised rules, but they have in some oases supplied considerable comparable data. In other cases, the figures shown in this statement for last
(OVER) year were restated by the carriers from last year's reports, or inserted from suoh reports by the Bureau of Statistios.
Not available.
No passenger-train service.






C te.o revision:











Subject to revision


F-


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

Il ll WillI NII II I III I I1
3 1262 08731 3176







INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


U.S. DL)ioTOWY


BUREAU OF STATISTICS



Operating Statistics of Large Steam Railways-Selected Items for the Month of December, 1936, Compared with December, 1935, for Roads with Annual Operating Revenues above $25,000,000-Continued.


FREIGHT SERVICE PASSENGER SERVICE


Locomotive-mile Car-miles Ton-miles (thousands) Number of road locomotives Number of freight cars on line Gros GrosNetPounds Locomo- Percent Pound Locoo-
Mnton-miles ton-miles Net Net ofcoalper tivun- ofcoal tive
Region, ad, and year Train- Per Gro Net Serviceable Perpe tra hour, tra miles m miles ton-miles Train-miles Pass er- gertrain
Mieetnmietrape-hourrtrain-mle, milesmper Thin-mles train able of r- per
ofre Per- centdn_____ G ___ _Ne Ub cot Per cent iexcludingeperper. p including rca perta
operated Principal Loaded Empty Per- cent n- t IV plloaded c rdper i tincludingocomo-. t otam c -
and Light (thou- thou- cent loaded bound Including Excluding Revenue Not ice- rv- Home service- tiveand tives and mil mle day y ties and t mv da
helper snd) sns) loaded east of locomotives locomotives and non- stored Stored able ice- able tenders tenders ile tenders y
total and tenders and tenders revenue able

() (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23; (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36)


Northwestern Region:
Chl. & North Western............. 1936
1935
Chicago Great Western............ 1936
1935
Chi. Miiw., St. P. & Pac... 1936
1935
Chi., St. P.. Minneap. & Om... 1936
1935
Great Northern ............. ............ 1936
19935

Minneap.. St. P. & S. St. M. 1936
1935
Northern Pacific........ .. 1936
1935
Central Western Region:
Alton......................... 1936
1935
Atch., Top. & S. Fe (incl.
G.C.&S.F.and P.&S.F.)..... 1936
1935
Chi.. Burl. & Quincy.............. 1936
1935
Chi., Rock I. & Pac. (incl.
Chi.. Rock I. & Gulf) ...... 1936
1935
Denver & R. G. Wn................... 1936
1935
Southern Pacific-Pacific
Lines.................................... 1936
1935
Union Pacific..9/J...... .. .... ...... 1936
1935
Southwestern Region:
Mo.-Kans.-Texas Lines........... 1936
1935
Missouri Pacific .................. 1936
1935
St. Louis-San Francisco...... 1936
1935
St. Louis Southwestern
Lines............................. .1936
1935
Texas & New Orleans.... ..... 1936
1935


Texas & Pacific....


1,105,384
940,177
307,213
230,978
1,537,042
1,278,338
249,469
221,785
526,987
662,552
401,695
355,77
810,615
644:919

9254,5




18,557,0
2,125,154
1,781,129










1656,6519
5 25,775
3;0,740


1,72600
1,268,816
2,1526,843
1: 7 4oil
421.201
375.216







686,619
528,775
350,783
1 271,720


42,789
24,276

5.6155
72,662
57:602
13.125
19:397
J4.646
22,778
5,510
3:224

42,7i5
2,664
2,357
104,129
74:785
60,110
45.335


47,162
30,651
241,951
135,147
124,512
115,935
7,079
5,507
AO051






1ojl
1: 0


27,090
22,278
5,588
6,392
37,8
29.714
o,24
4383
24,S49
19,585
8,629
7,073
22,368
17,149
14,91~
3:69Z



37,5142
31,207
26:;71
21,751
5,151
6,1451
56,5j16
37,667
62, 592
50,118





15,570
12,932
8,2243
6:315
16,433
11,531
9,562
7.556


24,4534
20,943

2,577
15,402
10,510
4,227
3,459
10,662
7,656
3:269
2,603


23164

21,514

34,652
5,549
52.207
21,8









6,5972
6,2312




51492
,;:M


51.7
53.5
60.0
60.4
52.5
51.14



63.0
63.3



62.2
60.5
68.2
68.9
51.2
51.5
56.9
58.0
54.1
53.0
56.2
53.0





49.9
50.1


l:6




51.0
53:6

9:1


50.4
51.2


51.1
50.0
50.6
52.0
49.6
52.1
53.6
53.0
52.1
52.3
50.4
5o.6
49.9
48.6



51:9

5.04







50.14
49.1
504.
479

49.
|l:l
496

489.6
51.5
52.0
50.4

4'7:1


2,003,029
1,605,517
637,122
481,703
2,773,671
2,219,100


1,5214, 2714
1,43,657





592,691
S02,569

3:1 U15^
2,684,226
2,255,692
1,977,346
1,581,383
650,921
499,498
4,041,317
2:695,970



:51,i14,"
5,622,4092'









1,17,5799
521,569
706,663
561,877


1,772,656
1,398,710
406,872

1: 937,6o6
J27,397


1,596,806
1,210,000

494,545



532 ,8
157,693
5,54966
:t677.940
132,21849
1,55,979
1,607,627
1:342,245

41:1,40

2,320,0770

3,914,760
:100,936
677,842
588,363


1,002,627
802,348
499,461
569:780
1.014.192
715,82
603,285
482,64)


650,580
501,255
17,231
140,051
990,351
76o,652
126,511
107,366
654,690
509,055
W99411
16a8:426

e66.975
355.519
1T3,240
97.401

1,1 5

j99,252
526,7143
624,344
483,5836


1,228, a





31,58769
108,6991
25,5261
:91,729



402,98
312.887
172,520
122,067
402,553
249,114
200,
1514,490


3814


524
76

369
120
120
120

361
J31
a
590
532

"45
448
401
342
177
153
5
3N

5709
101
88

1489
25
206
107
99


71
74


38.4
30.7
27.0
2d.1
16.
23.4
11.0
21.0
28.5
25.1









16.1
16.5


7.1
22.2
21.1
33.5

26.1
35.7
37.9
21.1
17.5
1.7







5.0
5.3
14.5
23.7
143.2
39.14


2,121
2.354
42,398
47,505

44:2,16

B;9,212
12,161
13,059
26,
30,68
2,425
2.579
64,004
72,057
26,543
29, 45b
22,470
25,563
11,580
12,401
31,721
33,555





7,5355
,42604

3014:2 :
1; 43

26.78
3,855

2,426
3.034


20,697
18,900
4,587
3,300
19,912
17,187
5,602
5,002
11,469
9,529
4,585
33:6o
6,568
5.4Z13
6,180
6:588
14,178
10.556
16,851

15,420
11,6b40
3:748
,197
30:.352

1 .950
11,992


21,9
19,4;
7,088


1:9;86

11344

4:605


165

62,310
64,992












59,032
9,1653
46,555
48:3;2
16,25
17:01$





8:4-13

4,:936
35942
40,:203
15,32
15,598
62,7
57:042?
58,466
59,032



35:2
24,600
25,143
6,464
6:282
19,366
19P179
7.714
7,639


25,859
23,705



27,142
25,649
15,160
18,231
28,845
25,529
20,214
18,950

21,501





28,662
27,713
24, 551
22,670
23,180
23,139
52,141
32,555
39,479
37,779
30,480
29:418


24,404
22,987
26,867
25.455
27,062
23.194
28,149
27,359


1,700
1,551

1 7e





1,942
1,859
1,266
1:156
1,519
1,707

1:670?


1,601
1,559
1.7
1,815
1,8
1:566
2,060
1,996
1,915
1,565




1,275
1,232



1.590
1:?


3,099
2,847
2,205
2: '0;
2 ~3

2, 641
2,045
1,501




3:1,7
2,868
2,099
3,5566
2,976
2, 477
1,887
2,7
2:06'9
14,600
21866

22530

1:983
4,166
3,193
2,69



1,520
21


1,144,94
1,034,0:
160o,6
160, 1.



206,9:
200,81







184,
172,71
1,8ooj
1:662:7;'
1,234,&
1,195,75
95;:.
90,4



16,
1,532,8
1,292,8





814,0
764:31


;P 01


10


-57



so


V3








06
91
91
59
91


7,799,299
7,018,024

105,961
93,357
6,370,067
6,147,723
1,429,707
1,396,315
4,982,19
4:8o6:924
1, 399,552
1,329,165

4.013,291
3,56b,135
1,24,0o0
1:161,168
14,276,995
13,055,910
7,741,146
7,094,1110
6,456,195
6:032:,2t
1.519.564
1:179.448


45 14,040,938 9 19 14.1 14.0 215
3 11,937,954 10.2 22.7 V/ 153
S 1,0o6,710o 9.9 15.1 15.6 216
4 11,112,392 9.4 24.2 2 180
00 2,517,159 7.2 25. 11.6 1l4
03 62,80 7.4 26. 11.8 14
94 ,279,616 19.6
25 4,775,601 61.8 9.65
414 3:235614 1:2 Z.; 16.0 115
78 2,792,107 6.9 122
9855.39 ;.4 4.4 11.4 14
2 r114
204 58.2 ^ 5 16.0 9b,
0 0,151 8.8 25.:4 10.1 0
A47 :.84:.350 9.0 33.5
88 2,190,363 8.1 25.5 1.4 161
19 2:001:603 S .2 17.0 O1 3. 152
108716-0 U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1937


See explanatory note on opposite side of this sheet.
(OVER)ele t Lake Oregon ort Line, Oregono R.R. Navigation Co., an t. Joep ran ln leae Not available.
Include. Los Angeles & Salt Lake, Oregon Short Line, Oregon-Washington R.R. & Navigation Co., and St. Joseph & Grand Island, leased January 1, 1936.


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DECEMBER, 1936


1,058,121
904,253
505,618
230,471







1,495,115
1,:214,760
239,014-
215,810
826,69
655:0i2
393,o67
350,173
734,284
593,992
223,8d64
194,267

1,671,165










1 ":719
5;25,4707
1.229,600
13050,745
248,750
257,m6
1,702,164
1 170, u19
2,052,570
1,671,152



1:60


524,722


U71l:720


1.450
1,.458
11,106
11,115


7997
:031
4,275
4,273
6,429
6,422
912
925
13,227
13,259
5,9914
5,962
8,129
8,273
2,576

5,614
5,596
9,915
9,825
3,282
3,282

7:12"1
4,888
4,588


14, 415
4:415
1.944
1:945


. 1936
1935


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