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Operating revenues and operating expenses by class of service
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Class I steam railways in the United States
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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES, BY CLASS OF SERVICE,
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1931


INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT


In the Statistics of Railways from 1916 to 1926, a statement appeared annually showing the amount of each primary expense so-
count chargeable to the freight service and the amount chargeable to passenger and allied services. To make this information available
before the Statistics of Railways appears, it was decided, beginning with the year 1927, to publish this statement separately, and to
omit it from the Statistics of Railways. The totals are subdivided by operating regions as well as by districts. Some related data are
also included in the present publication as in the other issues in this series.


In Tables I and I-A, the assignment of revenues to freight service and to passenger and allied services is
the distributions made by carriers in filling out the schedule relating to revenues in the annual report form. There
giving detailed instructions for the separation of revenues by class of service. But this is in large part provided
accounting classifications. A small amount of operating revenue reported as not assignable to freight or to passenger
has been apportioned to the two services, as indicated by footnote No. 1 in Table III, in proportion to the totals for
the apportionment being made for each railway separately.


in accordance with
is no special order
for by the regular
and allied services
assigned revenues,


The division of expenses between freight service and passenger and allied services is as reported by carriers under the rules
prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission. A small amount of expense reported as "not related to either freight service or passen-
ger and allied services," has been apportioned between the two services, as indicated by footnote No. 1 in Table III, on the basis of the
totals for the "assigned and apportioned,' expenses. The rules do not provide for dividing between freight and passenger and allied serv-
ices the expense of nonrevenue haulage performed by one service for the benefit of the other, as when freight trains haul coal to be burned
by passenger locomotives. Such an adjustment has also not been made in computing the following operating ratios for each class of service.


Ce All Eastern Southern Western


Passenger and allied services .................. 110.82 97.78 134.81 123.17


Table V has been expanded to show each average for five years. The method of deriving the various averages in Table V is explain-
ed in detail by the formulas on the page following the table.


Washington, October 17, 1932.




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INTERSTATE COMMERCE 0OlM0ISSIO
Bureau of Statistets

STATE N T OF OPERATING R TENE JUAND EXPENSES BY CLASS OF SBERVTI, 01ASS I TEAM RAILWATYS
(INCLoDINO BITTOHTNO AND TERMINAL OOMPAWIE ) FOR TRE TEAR EiDED DECEMBER 31, 1931

INDEX


SI4


TABLE I Bummary of Primary Operating Revenue Accounts of olaes I Steam Railways for Eaoh Clam or Bervice, by Distriote and Regions ................................ Pages 6 d 7
TABLE I-A. ummary of primary Operating Revenue Aooounts of Olase I Switching and Terminal Companlee for Eaoh ClaBe of Servioe, by Districte and Regions .................. Pages 8 and 9
TABLE Summary or Primary Operating Expense Aocunts of Clase I Bteam Railways for Eaoh 0oasa of Bervice, by Districts and Regione ......................................Pages 10 to El
TABLE II-A. summary of Primary Operating Expense Acocunts of Clase I Switching and Terminal Compantee for Each Clase of Bervice, by DietTlot and Regione .................. Pages 22 to 3
TABLE III. ummary of Operating Revenues and Operating Expenees by Class of Service, with Operating Ratios, of Individual lass I Steam Railways ........................... Page 3 to 7
TABLE IT. Summary of Beleated Operating Statisatio Relating to Freight and Passenger Bervices of Individual Class I Steam Rallways ....................................... Pages M S to
TABLE V. Unit Revenues, Unit Costs, and Related Averages, by Districts and Regions, and for Selected Clas I Steam Railways or Systems .................................. Pages to 52


Name o ae of Roadoa or orSystem E age of Road or System

Akron, Canton & Toungstown Ry. Co. (C.K.) ...............................F... Fort Worth & Rio Grande ly. Co. (B.W.) ....................................... 37, New York, Suquhanna & Weten R. Co. (O..) .............................4, is
ou R Co (............. ............... Frisco Lines ........................................................... ........ 37, 41 orfolk & Western Co. (P.) ............................5, 39. 3, 4, ,
Alt Ore. t ou h n B n R.o. 36 0 C2 Coo. ..) orfolk S authe. Co ......B.............................................. ......... .,
Antn Arbor R. C. .C ...................... ............ G eorgia & Florida R. R. (8.) ..... ........................................ 35. 39 Nothern Alabama Ry. Co. S.) ..................... ............. ,
Btchin T opekao atao e C. ( .) .......H ............ 35 3 4, Gr, obia ort. B .........L O ntz o ..................................... 35, ort39 en Pacfio By. 0 ..) ..,


SaltIoBe 1 Ohio ya.e .....e ................... o s.... 3 35, 36, 3B. P .u. .......... B R........ 3 Nortbhes Laern Erie R R. Oo. (0 ....... .................... 4 37
(ol. Panhandle A Santa Fe Oo Co.) (.5.) .................... ,2, 44, M", ,50 rand Trunk e tern R. R. Co. ..R ................... 35, 2, 1 ":, 146, 45, .50
tlnt P R R. Co. .) .. 39 Great Nort....................................... th, Illno a erln y. Co. (o. B.) ............................ 36 .... ...., Oklahoma O ty- Baw olu t R Ro. (. o (.) ..................... ... ............ IQ
Atl ta,B n R (B ................................... 3 Ore Bay Western R. R. Go. ( .) ................................ ... ....... 5 Orgo a L te R. R. O. ) ....................., 3 3, ......4
A it hnt R ,ing a. Coat ... C c c&:s n. . ... (C3.... 0 39 ,o -ebugo o t Ln H r R. Go. (B.) ). ....' ...,... ....... ,, R. R. A



A nii tiyon- IRo t.e Co. C R............................................ 39 Gul &e Sanh ipn Isand, It. I.n Maine) ...................................... 3g.a t. 3. R n ..A. v g.o. ..... 5 1



Altco6 5,C7 1, 3, 1, 167, 1 i6 hona, d reAeSa nta g y Poto.nC.U H. ). Oo... ..................... *****....,
tlanadian C onalt Line Englandte (...................................................35. 39 ulf, Colordo A anta F y. Co. ................. le an ...........................................
nlf, M obile A Northern R. IR. Co. ................ ............ 35. 39 Po Rutl anlad R. R Co. (OI..) ............................................
BatiOdia Pa Ohio L. ne. no. (Teron)........................ ........5 3 2, EanGal, City Sourthern By tem ..................................... ........... Ponneylvtia System rand lan Ry. o. (. .) .........................5, 9, ***3 ,
anaan Paolfo Byte ...................................... .... n Oklahoma & ulf Ry. Co. (B. .......................... ....... 37 Bronell & o. (B................ ............ S,
ntrl of orgi Ry. o. .) .......................... 39 4 lln C6, R. o. (.) Ry. .............................................. 9 Prh Leo. (..) .................. 3, 1, 43, 7,
Central Trontok Ry. R. ( E.) .. .......................................... 38 Lehigh uon Rier RyCo. (Co. .L.) .................................... ....... ... 5, 3 Pittsburg w &t. e (.... .......................****************
eat ho Lke A Western Ry Co. P.) ........................ 35, 39 .. 2, 446, 1 Leligh talley R. B to (0...) ...................... 34, 37. 51 at. Lou R b out e.tern Ry. B Oo..
osoao & Altonke R. R. Co. (0 E. ) .................... ..4 s,........ 4, Log (TIland R. Ro le. Volley ) .).... .................... 354, 51 Pittsurgh A oust Virginia er Ry. or Texa.) (.. ......... 43, 45
Boutohago Er R. (.L.) ... .... ....................6 ................. 50 3 Loulanoa Central syem ................................................... 3 P1 an Antotnir, h ut A Northernulf R. R. Co. (B.. ..................................36,,




BuOhifago & IllAnoada R.l .0r. Co. io.E. ................................;. 5, 39 Louliana, Arkana 1 Tea Ry. Co B.. ........................... Ban Diego & Ariona y. Co. (C.) ...................**********
hBuffalo, Rooheter n A Ptt rgy. Co. .) ........... 36, 41, 4,. 4, 6, Intrnational-rll e & a ohille R r o. .................. 35 39, 43 47, 51 Quint, A Kansa..s City R. Co. 0.... .)................................. ,
uhingtonRook Islated y. teo.......................................... 11 I r Siaboaroo. of M d Co. ( 2.) ......................................... 3, 4, 1., 1, 81
B o urlingto n Route ny ................................................ ane Centr Pacific Lines R. Co. (.E) ....................... ................. 34, Reading 00. (.e .) ... .................................... 3, 4. 47,










Ohioago, Indanapoli a Lulevlle Ry. Co. (.E.) ........ 3, 9, 42, 44,4,, 50 MnneapolU & St. Loute R. R. Co. (.. _....... ...... 3, ,3, 9, 51 BOBI B Paollo Oo. (0.te.) .............................. 37. 41 43. .. 5
Chicago, RoNk leland ulf y. Co. (0..) .................... ..... 3, nsa City southentral y. o. (.C.)........................................... Richmond Internatiksburg onl Potomac. o. (P.) .................. .****... ....***
Rook nat ..... Orleae Te P.. ..............y. Co. (........) ..... ........ur.........Teas Lne................................ ................ 7,
nhea R. R. o (.) ........................................... 3, 39 eourt-an -Tx R o. B..) ........................ ******** Tennesee central Ry. o. ...........






oloado Bouh.rn Ry. Co. (0..o ....................... 6, 40, 42, 4, 50 r-Ean -Te R. R. o. Tarkana & ort Bth Ry. o. B.. ..................****** .**
Colubu & Pacoeeni Le iny. Mo. ( E. ) ....................................... 35, 39 (InCl. Texurkana A Ft. Smith R. Co. of Tea) (B...) .. .......... k,5, 47, 69, 51 Tex d & e. rlean R o. .................... 37. .7
a dn Pal fio Lines in ern E. ......... eo ia St e S .. of Tee (... .) .......................... T.... e Pa orlf S, o ...... ........ ......................... ... 37 ,
Danadia P f Hudon R.System .... ...... ........... 0 M Oo. (a. 0klahoma R .(.W. ........................* .............*********
Central of Georgia y. nna o ... 3.... 39 ,. 50 .St Louie-San Frano is4co Ry R o. ( W.) ..... .. ................... 4.*****






Denwr A Rio grande yeste R. R. t o. (0.3.) ............. ,, 4, Mobile Ohio R. R. Io. ..) .................. ........ 36, 5, 7 51 3.
Central t Lake Ry. o 0..e ..................................... 2, 0 Lonongahela Ry. p ( .L.) ...........,).....................................36* 3 S, Sa ra uc A ox fly, Co. 42 .. 6,. Laeu:rir..... **** ..i .. 4
Dentrot V rmaont ao Ry. I. (. E. ......... ..................................... 4, Lehh onour R. R er R. O .................................................. 3 8 Union Pacflo t. R. no. (0.. ............................. 37
tDuluthon iastbe rothli Ry. 5. o. (..,) .. ....................., 7o9l RSouthw. tern n o y................. ..........***************** 7 ..........., 51














Dulath, South Shore & Atlantic Ry. Oo. ................................ 3 e ada Worther y. Oo. O.W.) .............. ........... ............... Virginian Oo. (P.) ................... ..*******. *
Elginc Jol A aut ern Iioe y. Co. ( G.E.) ................... 35, 39, 42, 44, 16. 4g, 50 LoeA orleanA S aortheaktern U C. Co. B.. ................................37,.. n1, 13, 165314y,769, Su Cc. .ofe am (S N.).. .......................... '41
Eriago Co. (.L .) ......................................... Co. ........................................ 34, Orlean rea ortern R. Co. western o.. 4
Erie R. R. Oiou o H leane, Tea. .exl. Ry. C o. (B.W.) ...............a..................., 1 StLtoio uvadtern By '. ........
SE ) ) ToSrk e D.eg. A Ario.a Re.. Co. 7 y Co.)................ 43, 7 ,








Chicago A nor s1te f................................................................. 31 Lorkuisvll o & ash olle R. H Co. (B). ................ 5, 439, 471, 47, 51 Slnta eoll & outhn R. R Co. (B: .. ......5 ,....... .*.*. *
Chorida Eat Coart yte C. (8yt) .............................................. 35, .9 He York .onnectIng R. R. Co. (..) ......................... 38 ht Tally y. Co. ( .) ..........................S***
Chieago Gst eastern R.. iR Co. (N. ) ..... .............. .. .. 2, i i, Is, l8 5 o MiTland V Batl R. R. e R R o .) .... .................. 1.........................
ohico, Rock uh a & A Golf fy. Co. (0.1.) ..................................... 6, 40 i isTnoppk entraio U. R. Co. (Co.) .......................................... 4. 43, 51 anao St ......B. .. .. .

To, St. Pa: The reo, a to poih a. road ha. b (n a ned I. nd atd b, letters follow the na a follo: R England (.E.) reat a (.L.;...............
nnti e Orlen Tentrsl EaPiftern (.. .)o. Pooahonta(.). (P.) o, r, (, ; uorth- (.a.); Central e ..rn (................ ) and7, outh tern (B..).
Coln al-oaohnay-TC(GE) R. R. 6o. (S.W. 37 TeharsSs tem .....ka.a.A.For..ith .., c.,(o.1I5.
Delaware-h ma Hudsna R o r. 31. 142,.0 2.... .....37, 1417,L43 50 M Tens Mex ica R.e, R. G8 ..) (... ) ..................... 7........ ..........,
Delawa ,akoawnn A, Woester Ia R Co.i G. ,. 4' ,9. Mi.uou.i Pacific System ....Toledo.Peoria.A...utern ,... ...:o: :. 0:.: ........................
Denvr AioGaude Wt. Pl. fin Co R.(0.3.) .. 4. 6. 0 M obileAOhio. St. P. Co aut)...............................36, 40, 5 47 5
D r ASalt Luke f fly. Go0.3.............................................. 6 Miosoae a rf l Co R (.o.(..................................................... Softer A Dla Co.... ............................CL...
Detrit A Mackinc fly. Co. .O.L.) ......... ................................... ...,, 3 Monto.ri .... Cc. (.L.)........................................................31., 35 Union Pactii o U. R. Cc. (C..) ........................... 7, ,. ,3
D Seroit A Tcedo t ore Lime R. Co. (.L... .....3. 35 4. 4" .. 0
Detroit, Toledo A Ironton R. R. Co. (C.K 2.............. 3, a9, 142 91 Unio Pi Syse m........................................................7, 40
authh l. OrleaonsA Texas Pacific ... ,.. ........................... 11Ra, T, y. G, 0
Dulut.h South Shore A Atlantic lya N.. ... .. .................3....,., 6aoM.....

rtolnJ CR..o. (0.L.) ...................... .................................3 3 ew Orleans oruat somtexn R. R. Co. 1o P.a.cific ................. tez AN Olean R R (+..1.. ..............." -- 41 43,k 7:
(oola Chicgo A Ere n R R Co .) (G.L.) ........... .., 3 1. 1 1. 6, 68, 50 Nsork Cetra Lies ... .............................................. 4eatern T e of Alanbam (Co ............... .5.'39
rie York, Chicgo A St. Louis R. U.. o. (o.L.) ............ 3, 43 1, Wihita l A S uthern R. P. C. (A........................... 37'
floriA Ainlt Loaut By. Co. (S. N o Cntg .o..N...................... ................. (..a.) ............... ....... .... ..........
Co 38*.1 New R, R. n A Hrtford H. i. o. N..E.. ::::::::.......... 3, 13, ..5 147, U, 51
Fort Worth A Denver Cty Pa y. 0o. (0.i 1,0 New York, Onturto A Western Re. Co. (O.L..................................... Taupe A Miussippi Yolle U. i, Co. (3,) ....................................33 3


Central Eaotorn (0,3.)" Pooahoetas (P.); SoutEhern Cy.); Woroth(iCes n (3.4.); Catral Westrean (&.Nr.); ed eoutheert.rn (.s,).










TABLE I--SUMMARY OF


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

PRIMARY OPERATING REVENUE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81. 1931


AOOount


I. TRASBPORTATIOI RAIL LIIN
101 right ..... .................... ...........
102 Pas seog r ....................................
10 I re.. beggaga..............................
1 Sleeping oar..................****............
10 Parlor and Olai car........................
12 Mill ...................................'
107 xpra .....................................
108 Other passenger-taino.................... ..
109 Milk......................................
110 eitoblneg ..................................
111 8peiasl s ervic e tsln .......................
12? Other freight-tral .................. .....
113 Waer trensfer.n--right ....................
1i1 Wte transferB-Pae.enger ..................
UR1 Uater transfers--Vehicles and live stock .....
S t tr r-Other.............................. ......
Total rail-line transportation revenue..
11. TRASPFORTATION WATIR-Li f
121 rrelght ....... ..............................
122 Psenger ..................................
123 loe bagg ..............................
SOthr ps&ieenger serviceo....................
12 pil........................................
127 Spooll Service .............................
128 Other .......................................
Total &ater-line transportation revenue.
Ill. I]CIDETAiIL
1 1l Ding and bufetl............................
l2 Botal ead reseiurant......................
l station, train, and boat privileges........
e Parcol room...............................
135 Storagp-Prlgh...........................
116 Btorg--Baggage............................
17 DOmurrag ...................................
138 Telegraph and teolephone.....................
139 rain elevator..............................
1240 stockyarl...................................
141 Poer ......................................,
142 eanta of bulldligs and other property........
143 it soellaneous ...............................
Total Incidental operating revenus.....
IT. JO0p fiaxlTI
151 Joint feallity-Or..........................
152 ,Joint faallLtr--r..........................
Total joint facility operating revemn..
Ra2llwy operating revenue assignable...
Unal ignable operatlng rOvenues
ppo rtioned..i.......................
Grand total railway operating revenues.


I J


Total for distriota


Santera StatMet


All districts Eantern diatriam kutharn district | Western district Haw nglmlA regola b as leesi ra2s -
----e--- Assgnabo .a sD ore hieltignft


Assignable
to freight
IeriOia


to passenger I to frssignbt
and allied -oreigh


to pamanger
and ailiad


*Aeignabl.
to freight
mtaos iO


....to p as e As.sig.nable
d allied Itofreight so l i
an s ervice Iand


Aeciguabls
to fright


ato pals r itmemlt
ad elliot otMl


to pa~tnw
aind = "r T
5* uSmger."


ser e -* B Lo unca
loshs o gh u


$3,248,753,538








2,807,11Z
711,025
1.177,684
1,258,353


$550.249.&8a
3,117,49;
519,706
773,28
l05.,4?3ol5
82 77t 839
7,986:0802
29,116,170
282,602
2214,578


1,525,288
13,428


11,368,022,370






9.364,719


661,824
3,173,826
1,052,986


$326.675,410

186,9o1

37,098"2,85
3,60o4,155
23,01,278
24044
140,203


1,379,567
12,92l5


6619,351,121






5,8N4.697
52,295
26:,051
47,981
0,86i
2fO4;264.


$6,1,, ,
7. "9
51,640
17,.691152
13,070,34

'199:,"9;
35,585


20,037
483


11,261,380,047





2o,619,849
177,190
2,632203
1,220
&L--3


1167,044o,
49,583
,717
+6,i;7,033
3,261,76

5.174. A
,790

125.694


(122,985,225






1.,271:
117,542
20,317

784


170:19
1w 22


(611,150,,51







14:
lO.061,90U

31,.565

"21:47'


591,3fl


tElit

15,060,jj



i,161,op
1.1.191.


.303.5o,ss51? 782,006,231 ,392.746,395 424,B04,079 686,030,290 99, 227,87 1,284,811.789 257.974,680 1214,432,321 66,4 0,608 624,934,014 175.31 3,f7

5,914.400 747, 346 5,436,054 1.058 -
7, 66 1,- 1105
2,0 7 0 .. 6 -
20,5:9 5,2187 15,351 -
1] 15 : :- : : :
-, -4 -4841 -
2, ,o 1.50 3.05 1.77.0 5 ;...
.77 3 ... 2773 d 1 -

6,193,088 8294,336 479,851 332,815 5,713.237 511,521 1,058 1,4a43 -


; 12,98, 6 i 1 6, 3 402,; 3,133,2B8 19 5,758 1,210,18 2,994,358
143,406 4.;481 10, !40 3* 110 1- 6,7 -I
41,2,8 6 39 3 1,187, 6 1],Lh 11,77 1,2718, 1, % 3006 2 .
1,41! 4795:,27 7ag,5,0 51,064 6 a, 36! 153,4
3,763,552 2,281,873 780,717 700,96! 16, o32 986,976
270,595 o- 134,357 20,640 115.56 ,4,130 9,03
26,785, 5,676,0 21,25719 2328,78 629,934 24 -
2,17 1.,5 240f55l1 12g54 3;9 4 24A':I
53,1 38 2.3-21 528,8 33,398 ,03,035

23:73 2.2000,47 i6;814 2,116,896 17,189 dai4 65,672 10,761 626, 6 I
2,o,933 4,2,9 1,36,643 3,-12,002 202,8 8, 4 837,19477 B,64
1 0.l;g.a 1.361.137 6,383,8 521.97 4,002,434 83:4, 3 751,524 69,5 7,3 8.120;._ 2413
33,246,9f9 38,895,822 317,598,569 22.466,347 6,566.896 3,5852,192 9,081, 4 le,847,313 ,004,717 3,049,150 6.12a8,sa3 1, 339.197

2800,102 19,758 2,59,111 2,1
I,58,gl7 l,;41 ,3:2 '6 79L,12 215,806 24,5 ls65 658 l;B <5,o5 J465 11
2,869,670 3,232,238 955.599 1,163,169 584,296 436,e2o 1,329,775 1, 632,849 169,329 1,101,039 100,034 f..ai.
3,345,898,211 824,958,627 1,411,780,424 44,.746,410 633.181.412 103,245,684 1,300,936,315 272,966,533 126,607,425 70,612,240 631.46 3 32 186,i8,852

13,854,706 3,631,700 5.919,039 2,015,771 2.362,507 453.985 5,573,160 1,161.944 468.015 101.629 932,930 150,.08


3.359,752,917


828,590,327


1,417,699,453


450,760,181


635.543.989


203,699,669 1,306,509.,475


A Deficit or other reverse item.


274,128.477


127,075,440


70,913.869


156,309,660


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE I-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING REVENUE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM hAlLWAYS FOR EACH CLASH OF SERVICE,.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGION, FOR IHE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81. 1931 -Continued


I 1 --I


Account


I. TRAiBPORTATIOI RAIL LIR
101 Freight ..... ...............................*
102 Paassenger ................ .. ..*******.
103 Uaoee baggage .........................****
10 S 81epting oar ....................********.....****
105 Parlor and chair oar ....................* *
106 Hall ..................................****
107 Express .................................
108 Other passeenger-train ................*** ...
109 Milk ....................... *************
110 witohing ...............................************.
111 piecial eervioe train ................. .....
112 Other freight-train ........................
11I Water tranefere-Freighs ..........*.....*
11 Water tranaferi-Pasaonger ............*****..
115 Water tranferI-TVeholse and live took ...
11 later traners-Other ................*****
Total rall-line transportation revenue.
II. TRANSPORTATION WATER LINE
121 Freight ....................................
122 Passenger .................................
121 IEoes bggage ............... ..........
12 Other passenger srlo ..................
12 a iall .....................................
126 Expre .................................
127 Special ervioi ............................
128 Other....................................
Total water-line transportation revenue
III. INCIDENTAL
11 Dining and buffttet ..........................
H Botel sad reetaursat ..................l..
S statLo, train, ad boat privileges ........
I Parcel room ...............................
l1 storage--rreght ..........................
S torage--Bagage ..........................
Dmr rage ................................
aTilgraph b t .elphone .................
d3 Grain levaTtor ............................
l~' Stoohyard .. ....................
113 o: ................... .........
14 RontI of buildings and other property ......
14 li8ollnOUs ..................................
Total incidental operating reveTnee ...
IT. JOINT FAC11ITT
151 Joint facility-Or. ........................
152 Joint failttF--D. ........................
Total Joint facility operating revenue.
Railway operating revems= assignable..
OnaGSlgnable operating revenues
apportond .........................
Grand total railway operating revenues


Central Eastern region Pooahontas region Southern region 1 orthweetern raglan f estral western region Southwestern aess
___ ___ n-i-a- t ~ T luiEE 1-------- I Assignable ... r-nirnsi-- I nel
teser patrc Souther dsagstrstictej


Asilgnablo
to freight


1633,186,694







8,018,844
6,620

259,942
75:.
940


to P uIger
andsa8led


Assignabis
tolegbLt
to freight
ierltes


to pssnguer
and alied


teignable
to fright
eervoe


.to pasenger
and allied


to freighIt o pas
iSS and malld


jue__..*rvoe.lc .....-"'-- serices...-.h...----t- -- -


$1l4,j86,629
9,;
60, 86
18,177,665
14,477,511



217


1.74
-

217,559


203,328,026








-:

47.979
-

-
ft


$9,276, 92
57,995
-
11,251
2,7914
1.937,196
131,308
62,218

31,047
-,


-
-


5416,023,095







4,,46,808
-9.





-.
8


$57 4O


14,815,O03


677,
1.15
,538


-
a


,3U2597.619

-


4 -
a "


342:927

1.10-


all
4822
280,985
14go,180, 979



2.765.670
16809
16 578
-

__
-


to freight
srvioe


t578.265.594



-




279,618
1,220
-a4
d -3


ta pasier
ui0lld


125,686
,1519


_T a 56F


-

125,686


to feghB ta anllu
s: eS s


00o,516,) -




5
323A6
6, 630,7
OVH
0.09 1


64},380,060 12,g999,t24 205,387,621 14.322.713 40.ao,642,669 84.904.559 390.771.658 72,622,094 585,.409,95 36,415.851 308,630.,66 46,5936,935


477,28 --- 51,869 5,34,1.5 : :
47728 303,051
5,,2. 15,351


1505 3,050 4 -----277.1 ;

478,793 311,372E 51.869 5,661,36 511,581



2 9; 71 1014 1 u 1 900, 1 o

-60 S,-7) 55
1.098,577 59,480 721,237 272,932 229.53 18,577 -
61,21,8,1 2,64 17.991 27,013 12,
,79,615 51 64 7 -4,566 W7a -6 6984W50g n






9,165,569 5,078,000 3,268,626 551,858 3,298,a70 3,030.334 4,463,155 3.357.084 a,916.777 7.163,367 1,701,5 2,316.9 532


61_ 62 ;l06 l0 3____ 3666_ 6577 64622 3: 9______
96- --d --- 9------ 65--- ad 18----- no-------- 0- 6 -6 :- r- -- ,-1. F,, anc


755 ,
876 4696p~s 301 19 7k,31
653.710,6(d 191.975.318 EDS,642.667 14,971,3228 42453d,1115 68,274,362 395.598.200 76,543.519 594,675.302 j.7y53,)q ppsa5"776


. nll nalL


e 6.wi


a van o an


-I.a3-i'7


los'i0az


3.316.3z1


805,552


94,I(1a


,5_____ .r -,-' uvi t.. h 1. -~. m t u
3.7400535 .65p 1153.. p '--'C-,---


655.28.76. I 193.538,65 I 20.,614.795


14,974,864


426,859,eB


j Deftoit or other reverse Item.


50,597
5*.M<6


3 i' ,


76.89.344


Western distri t


Southern distring


Eastern distri t


*'"


339 .55


7OT 87


9]) 469


105 51$


R64.1


684 846


BnE 32 > ef


6e 1 i


47
,.


1417.520,84 7


397,4O0,537


3X,


6" 662 1 62,








INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE I-A-9-UMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING REVENUE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR BACH OLABS OF SERVICE
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER S1, 19O1


Account


1. TRANBPORTATION RAIL LI Z

i01 rreig t ................... ..............
102 Pamenger ....... ......... ...........
103 zaeuam baggage ............................
10 Bleep ing car ... ..................... ..... *** *
101 Parlor and hair oar .......... ... ......
106 ail .......... ............. ...............
107 Ezprem ............................. ...
108 Other pameenger-train ................... ......
109 Milk .................... ... ....... .......
110 8wit hilng ....... .. ..... ............... ....
111 Special servw oe train ........................
112 Other freltght- rain .......... ........
113 Water transfere--rreight .............. ........
liI afterr tranasers-Passenger ... ...............
115 Water transfefr-YVaboleo and live @took .....
Lli Water tranafers-Other ..... ....... .........
Total rail-line traneportat on revenue .....
II. TRANSPORTATION WATrT LINZ
121 freight ............ ............. ...........
122 Paeengar .....................................
121 Dzo baggage e .... .......... .............
12 Other passenger saorvi ..... ................
125 ail ..........................................
125 Ipre-C e ............ .... .... ........ .......
127 special eervioe ........... ..................
128 Other ............... ..................... .
Total water-line traneportalo revenue ...
III. IIVIlDDITAL

131 Dining eand buffet ...........................
132 Hotel and restaurant .........................
133 *latton, train, and boas privileges ..........
1 Parcel room ...................................
13 Storage--Freight .............................
13 Storage--Baggag ..............................
137 Demurrage ...................................
138 Telegraph and telephone ......................
159 Orain elevator ...............................
I o40 Stoakyrd ......... ...........................
141 Power ........................................
142 Rente of building and oth proper pro ty ........
143 Nlioellaneoue .......................... .....
Total Incidental operating revenues ......
IT. JOIST FAOILIT!

151 Joint faoilti-0r. ..........................
152 Joint fallity-Dr. ..........................
Total joint facility operating revenue ...
Hallway operating revenue aneignable ....
Unassignable operating zrenuee apportloned
Grand total railwar operating revenue ...


Aesignable
to freight


61,658,047







43,040,018
2,993


Totals for statriots


6 21r
All districts Eastern district Iouthern district western district low England regooe
&NM Is .0migIi1 .8.uab __ e


to pageng'er
and alied


A116l600ble .; S;;; ugna Ana
toefelua Ito PSBMOenger to hi
to frei.ht and allied fright
aereice -B -- ~~ ererle


to pMaenger
and &.ILed


Asigunble
to freight
Kme oa


to paMeinger
nud .11 all1


aemigoabol
to freight
An-al


tAeighabl
t1!12i4"t


I I i t....~lAUL...f23lf88.........j


*4,14



2,138
3

353.184


61,555,388







27,741,090
2.321


61,712.794


$12e,659







1)3586,136
672


2,138
3

353,81


614,886,356


te paceengee
a.eA allied


44,70o1,lO 359,779 29,.98,849 1,712,79 13,689,465 359,779 12,S8s,677 "













,- -
1-06:w -R : : : .




30921 215,062 2,162 92,020 -
748,758 778,758 -

229,361 e9,361 -. t.36 -







6,768 338,77 97 1,809 d 2.917 -33118 -
6,682 a 3 g.Jf 6,682 s i a- -.4a 5,997 -

47,035958 427,837 9,84.,578 52,602 1.749.852 15.274 15.436,522 359,951 12,621,145 -
60o,753 15,540 190,134 534 767 7 411,858 14,999 1,g808 -
4 -- b38 .. .. ... .. ...


30,039,712


1.750,619 |


15.281


151.841 374


374.9S0


-


1A D 7t.t or oth0e r. 3-rn99 it-I 6 .
ADefielt or other IseYAZU itsm.


az 63) 953


aster st t


&mm%!uld
udo seir&e


443.367


47.638,705










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE I-A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING REVENUE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH OLASU OF HBVI (,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1931 -Continued


6 9


Eastern district Southearn district Western district
central Eastern region Pooahontas region Southern region Worthwestern region Central Western region cautuateen aiqa
Acount 1Assignable gnabAssignable Assignable easilsabl s AIeinblg
Assric ignablI to pl Asesiable i to piee Asib:e gua topas g eri. elgnable to iSrinesp AMt irei
to freight Ida allid to feght i ad snie4 to freight sad afled to freight and ai ie to freight and *'liedl to p* ilate
selric mnlni.a i *orvios io Berilos 1 mau..a ssrlic serious is m.. se1irvlios uiPI* li


I. TRAISPORTATIOI RAIL LIn
101 rreigbt ........
01 zre o ...ag... ........... .............
104 81a ping oar ..... .......... ..
105 Parlor and chair car .... .............
10 Ma l ............. ....... .... ..... *
107 Z Pre sa .............. ......... .........
108 Other pasnenger-train .......... ......
109 ilk 1 .......................... ........
110 witching ....... ........ ... ....
111 Special service train .......................
112 Other freight-train ................ ........
113 Water t ransfer-FTrlght ...................
ll Water a ransters-Paenger ..........
115 Water traneferO--YThlalee and live etock ....
116 Water transfers--Other .....................
Total rail-line transportation revenue ....
II. TRAiNSPORTATION WATER LIEI
121 Freight .....................................
122 Passenger .............................. ....
1f Excess baggage ............................
12 Other passenger service .....................
125 mail.....................................
12 Exlpres ......................................
127 Speolal service ...........................
125 Other ....... ...............................
Total water-line transportation revenue...
III. IIOIDENTaL
131 Dining and buffet ..........................
132 Hotel and restaurant .......................
1)3 Station, train, and boat privileges ........
13 Parcel roo ....................

135 Storage-reght ..........................
13) Storag Baggage ............................
137 Deaorrage .. ..............................
138 Telegraph and telephone .....................
139 Grain elevaT tor ..............................
140 Stockyard ....... ........................ ..
141 Power .............. ....................
2142 Ronts of bulldlng and other property .......
3143 MiLoellaneous ..............................
Total incidental operating revenue .....
IT. JOINT IFAOILIT
151 Joint faolllity-ar .........................
152 Joint facility--Dr ......................
Total Joint facility operating revenue.
Railway operating revenues assignable ...
Unaeitgnable operating revenues
apportioned ........................
Grand total railway operating revenue ..s


t1.555.388








15,45,7


.1,712,791


1 5,363,7814
672


IU02,659








855.557


35.38;2


i
i



i


i
i


i
-
i


m
iay~n
.

lTm;

i
i


17,010,172 1,712,794 5.364.456 95.18,6 41977 7.36.823 317,00.















03,092 T.,

7,273 5 1 395 i
: : : : 1 17,





6o,36 : F R: 21, R230 6: 390
217,636 5., 11. 37,05 1,2223 66,726 5,951 17 1,674,376 333,.40


629 -
625 l.- : : -: m33,14 -
1,809 2.9*6 -.-
-- ue L* JG -.- ---J- -- -

17,268,433 51,6 1.74.8 15,e74 5.3,8 961. 171 1.o1.m 3171 -


177 xaC


........ 71A ff...k.k fJl ve.l.o


71 ,110),@p


7,1 50,619


15,281


Deflilt Or other reverse itf.


350,8"


3.1419


I 33D.1


I9 f I







INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

32150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE 11-811lMARIi Of IRIMAIN OPERAII.\ ELI'ENL-L .tu''11 NTS OF CLASS I 1TE.LM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLABS OF SERVICE,
\ ['ll Rit. lb .\M) RI'uI'fN. tOR 1]HF EAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1931
totals for aistriatl

All districts Eaatern district Bouthern distrlot Western district
inAsgned Aessigned Assinigned A gned Amistned Assigned AssLgned Assigned
Account and and and and and and and and
apporTtoned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apoortloned apportioned
to to passeengr to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freit eand called
_a__ _e wrvzci nrian nevM szin te elne i l

2. MAIKNTENIACE OF WAy AMD SrOi CTURES
201 Suprinter.denc ..... ...... ... ... .. ...... 35,63 4.235 13,689,868 $13,9 d,426 $5,905.050 *6,752,57o 2,310,195 1k,4.943.23 $5.76
501 pe eee........*..-.. q i;S, -9 Teeg ,OdO,7 liti '2 ^*,O5A 8 .*,220 R3t 81 1,102,O
202 Roadway mair,uen,..ne--Yerd ......... .............. 60999 478,240 2 3 2, 801 1,7092,03 Z4,28:4
Roadway maintenance--Other .. 30,57,083 12,676, 1 12 075.49 5,90. 56 7,8 0 :,56 22,48,83 11.092 168 0,282,4o
20} Roadway--DepreciasiQon--Yard. .. ......... ... ... .. ... 6.039 d...P d 76 .59 d 1 621 7,91,
Roadway--Depz ecI t ion-0 ner .6:00 7,60 a l 12,99 13,247
201 Underground per tubee--Yrd .... ... .........*...****...- -
Underground power tubes--Otner .... ...........................- -
205 Underground power Lnee--Depreciitl'r.--Yard ..... .. ... -
Underground power tubes--Dapreciatin--0ther ..... .. .....- -
206 Tunnels and oubways--Yard ............... 262 28 4
Tun06 nel and subye--Otr ......... 1,24 3 528,06 3,16 206,07 357,638 76,882 537,9h' 245,13

207 tunnels and subways-Depectattion--Yard ....... .............
Tunnels and subway--epreation--GLher ............ ......... 7 99 2 147,00 70
Briee tr s e--Other........ 1756 2 81.323 1,8382 9,407,3 1
stes and cul ... ....... ,68, ,772,7 .30,531. 1,519,315 9,302,588 i,557,995
209 Bridges, trestles, and culverte--Deprecitation--lard ............ 2,02 2205 1,968 -
Bridges, tretles, and oulvert--Deprecation-Other ......... .. 80g' 301,r 526,9 165,816 218,518 118,250 55,747 17.033
210 Eleva.ted structure--Yard.................................... 11,554 1,679 10,928 1, 82 626 197
Elevated etrucTiure--Orther ..... ....... ........9.. 15,149 119,550 15,1k9 114,491 5,059
211 Elevtred struoturea--Depreclation--Yard ..... ..... -
212 t i-Trd ....................................... .......... 201,193 59,776 3,304,954 222,712 8,665 3,060,616 222,399
Iee--Other ......... ...................... ........... ,028, 740 17,891,.'51 13,327,757 5,564,969 11,396,506 4,301,198 21,304,477 8,025,684
213 T ee--Depreciat Lon--Yard ....... ......... .... ... ..0 26 0 7 1.021
214 Raile-Yard ........... ........ ?,003,51 1,7 1,01,057 95,609 ,q ,5 6 6019
ale--Obea-r1 l 7E32 33, la 647,601 119,597
Rsill--otbhr ......... ... ',070,427 E,722,583 6,6o,)63 2,814,979 4,82,o091 1,.55,5. 5,58973 2,331.933
215 Ratle--Depreciatioo-lard 7.. .... ..... ,3
Raile--Deureciation--Other ............. ........... ........ 59.0'- 38,062 5,457 2,021 44,769 30,566 8,791 6,275
216 Other track material-- erd ............ .... 4,",. 455.046 2,143,151 273,427 610,307 40,719 1,665,387 10.900
Other track matertal--Other 15,270,416 6,561,10 6,282,025 2,847,085 39,597 996,222 5883 4 2,5,00
217 Other track material--Deoreciatiun--Yfad .... 762 143 -
Other track iateri.al--Depeclation--Other 43,392 ?2,665 10,7 4,282 25,7j1 16,020 7,87 2363
218 Ballast--Yard .... ............ 212,343 20,320 80,223 10,283 36,1 4 1,709 95,956 8,328
Ballast--Othr .......... 5,981,702 2,386,852 2,095,115 978,200 2,417,232 866.101 1,469.355 5; 551
219 BSllast--Deprec I ton--Yard .... ....... 190 d 12 d15 d2 205 -
Ballast-Depreciatlon--,ther 386 4 768 812
220 Track laying anc surfaoing--Yard .. 13,466,141 1,216,594 .220,911 708 2,144 704 106.62 5,100,526 200,880
Track lying ana aurfacing--ther. .. 2,208,778 34,382579 31,569111 14,98,98 15,935, 5 5,822596 3470,92 135 7
221 Right-of-way fences--ferd ... 4,09 3,82 12,681 1,398 2,06 83 19353 2
Right-of-way fences--Other 1,94,836 790,022 642,689 290,063 258,911 9,,194 1,083,235 405,765
222 Rihat-of-way fences--De.recielIon--Yard ... ..... ..... .- 187
Right-of-way fne--Depreciation--Other .... 2,937 1,568 1,610 1387 1,27 181
223 Snow and sand fernes and snowaheds--Yard .. ...... ... 2,191 141 246 1,9 117
Snow and sand fnaes and nowbeds-Oter ..... 211,51 93,211 21,682 9,603 741 129 188,928 83,479
224 Snow and sand fences and nowshede-DOpreclaLton--Yard .........- -
Snow and sand faces and snoweheds--Depreotation--Other .. ... -
225 Crossings and signs--Tad ... ... .. .. .. ........... 675,937 77,026 217,779 40,987 56,877 6,091 371.281 29,948
Oro gs d sgns--Other ............ ... .. ... 5,903,579 2,999,990 3,221,047 1,871,923 901,721 334,907 1,781.,111 793,160
226 Orossings and salga-Depreciation--Yard ........ ... ........17 1 16 -
Orossajngs and signs--Depreocitlon--OtheBr ..... ... .. 5355 21,982 51,053 21,517 941 103 1,361 362
227 StatLon and office buildings ...... ................. 11,913,697 6,675,453 5,226,312 3,988.083 2,159,188 869,247 4,528,197 1,618,123
228 Blatlon and offtoie bulldings--Depreoltion .... 674,928 239,411 362,721 208,47%. 64,860 21,135 247,347 9,801
a22 Roadway bliage ........ ... ....... .... 1,799,440 648,465 526,052 15,77 457,386 16 ,5 85,97 97,
230 oadway ldng-Depreoton ...... ........... ........ 7,043 29,518 2,50 7,940 20,311 ,t798 4,l2, 1443,
231 Water stations ................................................. 4 63 1,531,87 1,60,04 53,022 965,788 22,49 219 2 736,66
232 Water stations--Dopreolatlon ................................... 4.12,683 23,605 7,895 12.842 58,977 9,819 5,1 44
233 l stations ................. ......................... ...... 1,966,467 627,335 866,586 274,708 350,126 96,228 749,755 256,399
23 etl statlions--eprciation ........... ........ ...... 55,968 12,063 29,963 7,746 20,489 3,7479 ,51 838
23 Shope and enginehouses .. ....................... 9.343,33 ,632,561 4,441,696 1,86,097 1,382,697 400,308 ,519 1,367,156
236 iops and engllnehousee-Depreolation ........ .... ... 399,930 81,163 241,3 ,237 113,19 13,388 44 668 3,538
237 Grain elevators ........ .. ........ ........... ......... ... 82,79 74,259 4,678 3,855 -
238 Grain elevatore-Depreelatlon ................................. 111,593 111,283 310 --
29 Storage warehouse ............................. ................ 78,945 55,850 22,104 991 -
210 Bstorage warhouses--Depreciatlon ...............................- -
NI1 Wharves and dooke ............................................... 3.019, 1 155,332 2,127,159 96,036 5314,403 17.992 357,929 41,304
242 IarnZes and dooks--Depreelation ..................... .......... 103,867 11,675 52,980 47,382 1167 3.505 -
d Delicit or other reverse Itel.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I BTE.\M RAILWAYS FOR E.\OB CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISIRICSI AND REGIONS,. FOR IBE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1131 -Counuoed

Totals for districts


Account





I. MAIrTHIANICE F waY AND STRUCILTRES Oontir.ed
243 onal and ore wares .. ...
.. Coal arid .*re wave--Deprecaton ........
24' Gae producing plante .. ........ .
24 Ge oor.ucr.g pl&nts--Deprecltlon ..
2,7 Teie rano a nd telephone lirnes. ... .............. :..... .......
248 leigrap r.and teiepone lires--Deprecatio&n ........... .....
249 SIgnals and Inrteilockers ..... ..... ...... ...................
2c.0 SignalB and interlocKere--Depreciation .......... .. .. ....
251 Power plant dame, canals, and pipe lines ... ... .... .. .. ...
252 Po.er plant oame, canals, Bod pipe linee--DepreoiaLtion ...........
2U3 oser plant building .. ..... ........... .......
24 Power plant bi 11lra--DepXecit&on ......
2 PFower subst tion rullatings ....... .. ...........
259 Power substation bulldirnge--Lprecation.. .....
257 Power trans. issn on systems .. .. ................. ..........
258 Power transameelon systeme--Depreclatlon ........ ......
259 Power dietriulttoil sasteme ...... .. ...... .............
2b0 Power distribution systems--Depreciatior ... ......... .
261 Power line poles ann fiLtures .. ... .... ..............
262 Power line poles and fxturee--Depreoliaton .. ........ ..
263 Underground conduits ... ... .... ......
264 Undergzouna condulta--Depreoit lon .........
265 lellareous structures .. ....
26 M ,eous trctur--De ato .. .................

268 Pavrr--Dteoreciatlon .. ....... .
269 Roadwny machines ..... .. ...
270 Hoadwat machines--Depreclatlon .. ... .............
271 Bmall tools and supoliee... .......................
272 Removing sBow, Ice, and Band ................ .......
273 Aseemearmnts for oublio improvement .......................
272 Injuries to person .. ...........................................
27 Insurance ....... .......... ....................................*
276 Stationery and printing ............ .. .....................
277 Other expenses ..... ............
Total of accounts lio 201 to 277 ........ .... .. .. ......
276 Maintaining joint tracks, yard, and other faollitleo-Dr ........
279 Maintaining Joint tracts, yards, and other facilties--Or. .......
280 Equalizat on--Way and structure ........................

Total maintenance of way and structures ...... .... ...
II. HAI1IKENlANCE OF EQUIZPMUT


Buperli tendency .................. ....... ... .. ...
Shop maoh L nery .. ....... ...... ...
Bhop machlnery--Depreolatlon ..... .... ........... .. ....
Power plant machinery ... ... .... ..................... ** ....
Power plant machinery--DepreolatloO .............................
Power substatlon apparatus ...... .. .......... ....
Power substation apparatus--Depreciation .. .......... ......
Steom Loouoattves-Repalrs ............. .... .. ..
Stee" locomottwes--Depreolatlon ..... .. ....................
Stemn looamativea--Retirelnts ....... ...........................
OthTr looomotiveB--Repair ...... ... ...... ...... .. *****...
Other looomottves--Depreclation .. ............................
Other looomottvet--ltlraemants .......... .. ...... .......
Freight-train oa.r--Repatra .... ....... .... ............. ....
Frelght-train oars--Depreolation ..... ........ .. ..............
reight-train ore--Retirments .. ...................... .....
Passenger-train Car--RepZirs. ............................ ...
Passenger-traln oars--Deprol i lon ....... .......................
Passenger-train oars-Retirments .............................*
Motor equipment of oars--Repairs .................. .............


All aletruce


Asnlgned
and
apport 1 ned
to
freight



61,616.247
1,08.162
2,719
5,741.47i

14.397. 350



.0i.579

bill
115,540
1,252
775.591
72,301
32.a o6
998
3,844
76
186.031
4.557
247.013
13
3.e 1 .147
4.768,206
3.13b,712

2,864.10b
2,407,870
565,421
374,002

)74.g-il l71


Eastern district


Southern dislriat


- -- 1. -1- 1~
assigned Assigned AssIgned Lest goeS Assigned Assigned


Aealgned
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


Aselgned
and
apportioned
to
freight


Assigned
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


ABeignred
and
apportioned
to
freight


Assignea
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


nar- inan I naaiun I .nB..la I r. nn.i I uaIln ; -


5642
7.591 23

2,246,418
2,734

94',86
379

146,651
.22 174
48,:381
21,640
169,492
61 ,69
1,890,402
228.160
292,- 57
122,507
11,919
5, 41
52,871
1,725
E0,357
d 62
632
l, lo,816
1.206,675
81,617
1,077,247
884,456
215,257
127,991


(1,276.652
285,501
1,564
2, ,54 .34
1,287
8.587.054
113.077



.:6o0
1,391
224
63,231

511,529
71.761
120,25i
959
2,178
81,065
159,957
d 118
1,565
1,75,852
2,017,639
110.337
1,45:,770
1.177, 72
235 62
229,5 7


s6,542

1,032,262
539
7,05,4.90:'



10,25
44 226,
45,872
19. 754
142.455

1,621,615
228,08E
181,662
122,499
11,399
5,228
20, 4 6

55,514


a 116
796,16-
33, 166
592,529
469,57?
89.256
8a,218


s2i1.016


959,622
2,879
13.668
6?4

19.318
7,256
2,621

35.490

113,274,
90,461

24
11,445
11,764


642,i6

1.255,56)
10c,988
16,614
408,5664
413.597
5,798
5 250


S381,955
1,.673

379

6,528
3.o
'669
14, 700

151,271
51,870

67
5,982
283
4,123


214,357
3J4
130,902
5.322
3'.420
132.979
156, 715
Al 29
13 .1 2


- ----------I- I---------------------- I___I-*- I*i a^*1


146.789.795


3 150.09 1-


16.784, 55 10, 96.5'8
d 5.9Z6 I.9-S


b,564.198 ,767,,d60
4.294,568 3,727,715


3 7,97 1.288,92
2.702.491 I 37,117
S.991 5,991


Western dstflnt


Assigned
and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to pamBenger
and allied


a-=lann I acwlen


1,155
2,327,502
1047




86,29
2,6582
16,819
106
150,788
540
112.951
39

1.642
76

99
70.292
131
1.742.221
2,589
i,86 .791
1,012,085
150o. 366
999.772
816.801
256,991
99,185


7,,60
Z.8'97"6 4


$642


832,201

2,489371
120




1,840
12,337

137,516
72
58.905

453
113

3. 600



b85. 341
365,190
45.031
351,739
278.168
94.,62
5 31.156
53.532.156


3,319, 811
1,958,462
d '45


379,736,908 15,663,042 152.358,789 69,721.,719 77,125.344 26,047,863 150,252.775 54.893,46l


27, 357,600
10,119,076
410,892
2,010,482
264,994

58,894
4 342
184,363, 81
1.266,886

1 501.649

187,609,247
115,628,578
4.629,186


18,949


,.17 .98
$14,683

330,596
86,843840
16,509,728
477,234
1.716,463
846,003




r ,707,957
0,577b,067
234,440
4,155,510


11.964,282
5,112.347
176,807
1,0 :127
2) ,911

296
79,776,772
18,899.167
*90.518
912.977
910,095

82,965,565
48,972,128

1.516.222


60


4,853 728


278,074

63,740

225.823

1660,109




24,947,026
11,571,219
42,799
2,358,953


5,076,468
1,552. 39
215,999
298.300
23.807
15,621

37,192,459
7. 03,207
398,5o1
3 62.036
231,197

37.074,422
23.229,863

1,344,007


,398,689

45.659
435

1,804

15 108.716
2,503.036
97.287
2,809
1.375




7,740,393
2,770.073
149.595
270,959


10,316.850
3:253,890
18,088

6.7



b7,194,150
15,007,196
1775.67
232,636
233.o076

67, 69,260
43:Z26.587

1.768.957


18,889


15L.166


11, 557



196.,27?T





18,020,538
7,25,77


d Deficit or other reverse Lt1e.


all nlntrlcLn


,


I


O Ott OF OtheT FeVorJe Item.


,


Western dietrioS


76,796,)29


. I .7 I"


150o089,159


b7,b61,577


0







INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOI'NIS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR IHE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1931 -Continued

-- Totals for districts
Southern istrct Wster Dhs"io


Account


All districts


Assigned
and
apportioned
to
freight
service


Assigned


Assigned
and
apportioned
so passenger
and allied
serotae


Z&etern district


AssI Ird Asi iAsindAsge


apportioned
to
freight
service


Assigned
and
apportioned
to pasemager
and allied
services


I I +


II. MAITNhIANOI OF SUIPMrNT Continued

321 Motor equipment of cars--Depreoaltion ...........................*****
322 Motor equ pment of oars-Retirements .........................**
323 Floating equipment-Repare ......*********..........................
32 Floating equipment-Daprecltlto ..............................
325 ?loaiin eqlpMent-Reiire&tsn ................................
v26 Work equlpmlent-Repalre.... ....... .....*****.....................
327 Work equlpmentt-epreclitlon ...... ..........................
3)2 Work equipment-Retiremenot ...................................*************
329 Mieoellaneous equipment--Repalr ................................
330 MltceriIneous equlpment--Dereoiation ..........................
333 Mieoellaneous equipment--Retremene .........................*****
332 Injuries t% pereon .................................*** *** **** ** ......
3 Inurae ........................... .....................
3 Stat lonery and prininng .......... .....................
335 Other e .Benees .............. ...... .....................
Total of saccountte o. 301 to 3) 5..........................***
436 MaLntaining Joint equipment-Dr.................................*************
337 Mellintaining ont equipment--Or .... ........ .....................
338 Iqualieation--Iquipmenft...... .
Total maintenance of equipment ................................********
III. TRAFFIC

351 Superintendenos ............................................
352 Outside agenoles. ... .......... .........................
353 dverteting .... ***** .. .... ......
35 Traffic associaione .............. .......................*** ** ******
355 Fast freight lines ......... ....... ......* .......... .....* *
356 Industrial and migration bureaus ...............................
357 In uran .. .... ...... ...... ......... ..............
358 Stationery and printing ....................................
359 Other expenses ............... ...............................
Total traffic ................................................*
IT. TRANBPORTATIOl-RAIL LIZE


uperintendeno .............. .............. ****.....****.............**
Dispatching trale .................. .... .. .. ..........
Station employee ................... ................ ..........
Weighing, inspection, end demourm rage bureau ......................
Onal and ore wharvne ........ ................... ...........
Station supplies and expenses .................................. ........
yardmasters and yard clerk ..........................********
Yard conductorse ed brakemen ............. ..................
Yard switch and signal tender ..................................******.
Tard .g.ne.en ..........------ -..********************************
Yerd engi nmef ............................................
lard motorme ..................... ............ ......... ..... ".
Fuel for yard loomotives .....................................
Tard switching power produced ..................................
Tard switching poelar purchased ..................................
Water for yard loiomotives ....................................***
Lubricants for yard locomotives .......... ....................
Other supplies for yard locootiv ...........................
Enginehouse expenses-Tard ....... ..............................*******
Tard supplinem and expense ..................................
Train engineoen .............................................
Train motormen ................. ........ .. ...................
Fuel for train locomotives ........ ............................
Train power produced ................. ......................
Train power purchased ........................................*
Water for train locomotives ........ ....................... .......
Lubioants for train looootlives .............................****
Other supplies for trainte Ioomotve .............................


62,159





423,038
4,978,165
2,879286
56,849
5,712,429



71 .232
,12,,659

2j, 105
,23,798 i
41.2 :98
728.]33,5


*2,061,7.3
21, 37
1518,337
d 199.147
2,232,211
1,565.039

125,225



28;4,95
215,145


1475
1,693
2,172 272
28,988
2,838,725
1,618,584
156,997
121.867


397,823
3 is


2,30
1,074 364
260,305
d 220.917
1.204.952

66,8


3,402
622,157
10,963
15 ,959
101,123


Assigned
and
apportioned
to
freight
service


-

1,942

777,83?


30. 565
5,751

150,7 1
152.387


Assigned
and
apportioned
to psesenger
and allied
services


6185,030

1,0005



10,610
9,065
2,255

1069686
39,422
39,179


.. Western Distriot
Aseigned Assigned
and and
ipportioned apportioned
to to passenger
freight and allied
service services


81,6814
.1
2922
25,919
1,927,301
1,739,811

87,347
a 8,551
867,138
1,)5,837
2%,528


144 243
16,2



21

70606
1,976
252,22j

74,143


6o5,265.65) 808,261.883 269,321,883 104,85.554 117.784.885 31,696.130 218,158.M85 72,080,199

2;328;792 64.152 1.026,22 346.182 603.252 il0;790 698;938 1S9.SW

606,799,581 209,650,847 269,971,418 105,250.977 117,870,336 31,898.115 218,957.827 72,501.755


28,111,098 19830,:D9 13,148,852 4,27 136 ,77207 l, 0,875 ,89,039 3 ,98,758
1 12051 820 195.6 2,, 99,5 5 1,3 1 .3- 6,232,
2,9 688 4 ,76 1,270,209 200o,610 490,993 :1F2.1 17173
50 5,99 ,997 -
2,023, 21 4 85,003 633.571 29,709 478.295 143,044 911.316 312,250
:1 87 288) 31 1 12,895 ,6 1,2o 667 12,0,67 13,925
8.57, 9 1,0 a,b2 603 327456 1,91,561 15273 ,90,770 551,767
57560 68,585 27,639 14,701 1,933 19.910 27,98
75,512,873 41,702,883 31,009,110 14.615,643 15.80.400 5.824.898 28,.625,363 21.262,342


5,418,613


99 72.7'
619547:094
868,2514
31.462:457
703129
139,239
3,085,177
887a,68
19,275,172
2,775,866
106,311,42
812,317
132, 425,692
.79 532
1,3 :,02

2L 136


14, 052,7
5Z,352:967


6,872,424
3092,970
:1,: 086
1,657,135
5,527,331
827,098


2 ',951

956
1,693.161
39S,8003


55,6 0,0
6,222 819

2,16 4,979
1,260,157


20,857,228
7,471,722
7,9.;63599
3,52Z;40
5.209
23,142,949
50,6,1672
30.71.6 79

l4,4U0:289
98,085
1,428,0o
J2.809
S,892
9, 26,080
1,:495)71


50,627,2:02
620,539
4,841, 85
1, 3141
980:W6


6,953,"82
6,990,950
26,786,617



1, 6634
5, 99,425


805,819
1,206,922
147,909
208 314

40,292


25, 09,5
3:233,856
23,709,865



610 1


7,1 8,716


l,266 110
1,353,691
8,990,527
16,651,272
1,2 2,417
9,968,196
82,144
4,718,991

16,214
489,642
167,050

579,155
20,110,226
169,425
22,.53 182
3N,137
44,007
2,150,480.
3342


2,290,172
8,026,74


811,571
515.132
170,698
814l, o
609
390,5

35,420
12,472
12,108
288.110
34621
4o6.306


660,82
59,9552
u5.701
189,552


3410289
',261,770939


3E2 466W69
2, 18670
20,697,219
58,731
12,32,1

24, 0
l,167 74


6,696,562
701,340

59,259,308

679,756
851, 3


4,809,120
3,856,:63
19,539.612


2,262,210
1,011,004
2,893, 616


1,000,193
2




23,192
590,184
58,257
22.903,2

23,389.041
204,080

2,o2:0i
1,062,359
459,98i


A Deficito or other reverse item.


rrr


Southern district









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BtREAUL OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERArINO EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH LASS OF BBRVTOE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS,. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1951 -Continued


Total' for disetrits

All distriots Eastern district Southern district Welgr disaetryLt
a pe asi gune Asngnel A ineld Ameigned wgma -i ALunga_
Aooount and end and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apprtoned apportioned apportione ed ioned apormtion a

trAi.t and allied f t nht lied fragth da li
[i servings *ptj am srie a A -ia


IT. TRAIMPORTATION-RAIL LIn Continued
ulinaehouse aspe mae--Tran........................................
Tranmen ........................................................
Train seuopplies and expene.................. ..********************
Operating leaping ar ......................................
Signal and IntselooIke operation......................................*************
rousing prootion.............. ....................*************........******
Drawbridge operate Io...................................................**********************
Telegraph nd telephone opertlon ........................................
Operating floating quipment..............................**************............****
IExpraes seTi......***....................................................***********************************************
Statl onaery md printing..................................................
0ther enproie ................*****************...................................
Ineua eo ............................................. .*********........
lring wreok re....................................................* *
Damage t property....................................................********
pejmge to live took on right of w*ay.............**...................****************
Losa and dmag--F right ..........................................
Loae and damge-Baggge I..............................................
injuries to persons ................................................
operating joint rords and tertnals-Dr.. ................I.............
Operating joint yards and terminal .-Or.........................*********
Operating joint tracks and facilitie- Dr...............................*
Operating joint track and foilitie-Or...........................***********
Total transportation-Rail line ......... .............-- *.....*.......
T. TRANSPORTATIOU--UATER LIU
Operation of vessels. ............................................*******************
Operation of terminals...........................*........*..* ..........
InOidental........... ...................... ..............................
Total transportalton-Water line.............................*....****
Ti. NIBSCLLAOSB OPERATIONS
Dining and buffet servioe.........................................****************************
otels ad restaurants............................................*-********************
Grain elevaLtors...............................................****************************
BStookyards...............................****************...................********.........
Producing power sold...................................................*
Other mcsoelluensou operations.....................**.-******* ...*****
Total mlsellaneous operation..................................*************
VII. GKIERAL
Salaries and expenses of general offiteri............................**
Salaries and expeneee of olerks and attendants......................,.
General office muppliee and expenses..............................**.** .....*****
Law epense............................................................***************************
Inanoe......................................................*******************...........*
Relief department expenses.........................................*********
Pensions.... ..........................................**.************************........
Stationery mec printing.......................*..*..**********************
aluation expenses..............................*....*********************.

general joint facilties--...Dr............................... ........
General joint facilities-Or.......................................
Total general aspene...............................................****** .....*
TVI. TRANSPORTATION FOR IlISTH MT-OR.......................
Total railway operating expenses assigned.....................
Unassigned operating expenses apportioned...... ............
Grand total railway operating expenses.......................


$15,853.630
1 3.177, o
37,101, 20
12,930o,159

10,587,232

16,893,097

6,007. Li3
5,119.729
1,853.210
2.585.076
2.123.786
951,953
23,882,065
12.67o0718

33.27,98
18,431618
9, 14.095
7,82},858


$22,163,629

87,61

7,a33,791
2,535,56
4,076,743
29,987
2,109,299
o999015
412,260
299,939
802,058
135.232
197,792
8,9 .279
22,852.536
8,466.781
4,489,851
4,212,853


816.616,848
48,416,586
19.110,040
7,4516,607

6,985.628
b61, 364
2,960,1822
15.657,491

2,596,114
3,627,014
857,776
1,453,206
1.122,253


6.081o,56
1}926,458
6 b.254
4,185,198
3,612,769


*10.853,21i

10,900



29 ,987
1, go40

152,610
350,136
46,7736

150,782
5,316.290
210,56694,579s
4.638,29.987





2,288,896
2,071,698
2,071,699


16,503,587
24,58,58a

1,520,985
994,6a.

876,786
402,3 44

i.096,519
91'$76g
434,110
311,647
359.083
3,759,105
31
2,045,073
6,753,871

954,601


g


9,013
947,774
581,728
86,584
311,984
95,535

287,785
68,517
57,115
1,115
175.559
257,785
21,109
1.479,168


611,261


I--


1,104,)47,1)1
434,122,087 ,


1,925,6i6
2,o09,228
210,580
4,745.424


456.757
53.017
19,225
528,999


u07,66?
361
415 135


12g64
9.7
14,625.57
145,517


_____ 4. 1 1


612,015
970,325
65 ,591
206,382
606,920
3.049,233


30,488 952
2,.91,157

1,403,886
703,150
35,467,145


866:116
8,689
150 925
213,924
1,35&.755


14,951,551
"1,031,925

1,329,081
125,565
17,348,425


64,690 i 3A


4,205.776
55.131 225.177
8 ,396 -

31:1373 16,601
15,597 5.535
225.520 4.453,092


14,46S,274 5,053,938 6,003,807 2,106:og 12,5S,,s7
65,63020 17 100 7,72 9
5,722775 2, 17, 89 675.49 937, 14
35 4.56 4, 31,06 1 812,5 31,0,,7
113. T4,525 52,251 22,60 19 2
1575.546 679,52o 1o.50s 2.6 16 ,59
22,298,7 9.7.0,4 33 62.12 ,07 42,o
2 J9708.47612263 ,16, 02, 372 5
25,3533 9 03 1'902 ,263 408, 6 1,17 ,8
,030, 67, 871,927O
.581s,2lo 2.090,.2 1:77 ,138 7,77
1,140,3 4 1140.1929 39,590 52 759
297,090 156,699 ,0
136,012,653 145,025,241 58.582,574 19,944,971 25,013.392
7.433,713 95,203 1,532,344 45,563 75,451
2,302,772,090 917,088,061 1,024,562,120 40,079,425 424,54,676
2,5s6,443 1,2,042 1,520,647 679,79749 3,18
2,305,355,533 918,216,013 1,026,062,767 4140,759,177 1,557,560


778,750
2 721,38
246:061
1.014 9


1,122.7?3
127,240




6.88.533
2,013
139.800,557

1,010
139,501.867


1,73,954,5 72967 g


2,606,920 1,601,695
403,118 150,413
2 790: 797 o,5
'833;36z 1415:990


1,100,852 4.


517,152 428,676
.78,37 25.901

4,543.909 2.152.,18
12,5147,669 7, 409.5m
6.052,128 2,04d5.,81
'402oa,34 3 785.135

402,329,313 156,3,979


1,517,933 327 61
2,6o02.27 45.392
210.219 10,M79
4.330,289 383,482

11,331.325
412.383 1.634.052
15,213
64.1
21,7S8 *Eo
21 795.20;
377:399 57. 07
1,468.958 13.595,628

5.939.650 2:169.092
2 1, 7 452.8H
2314:,76? 1'601,26
4.b4,
41,791 N.,6In
o,92 3 .11
7 2 0'lkg
7,: ,76- 3.0 3,751
10.020
2 421:66
2,182,151 906,376
694.151 41::776
204.677 ,397

52.416,687 18.194.737
5.025,91796 47.627
853.355.2911 337.207.756
1,o62,612 447.13_
851.417.906 337,655,039


311 1..


I I


I I


I .. .


9 63,og6,46


)12 007 7)g


981 615 135


1


I


1 01 &1







14 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
321o BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-6-LMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING LXPENSE ACCOL'NT'1 OF CLASS I SBEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLABS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND BEGINS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1931 -Continued

Totals for regions
Keatern district Southern district
Now E s 1 1eio Great I aCe region Central Eastern region Poobinta regLon
Account Aslsgai ed Aasgnu Assigned Algi A eAalgne A ned Assigned Assigned Assigned
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passaenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight sad allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service aerviae Batersaz e gnIjOa- a.0mlOa a-rviniea.
I. MAINrxElANC OF WAY AND STRhUCURES
S 1,17e 5 $836, 481 16,499,392 $2,591,123 16,307,279 $2477,446 81.924.599 $355,91
201 RoaSupertntiendeante d ... ..............** ........... ......... .1.b. 24:961 999,889 130:507 801s 30 127,588 2 886 ,570
202 Roadiway maintenance-Tard ........... .----- -*** ,2 'g62 1.014 407 5,916 854 2.543 234 4,863,943 2,3 2,6 ,770 19 10
Roadway maintenance-Other ......... ................8 2 00 1
l R.o.a3wv--Depecl ilton--Yard ....... .. ... ........ ..... ........ 2 .
oadway--Deoreatlon--Other .... ... ... ...... .........9 3
20j' Underground power tubeo-YTrd .................................. .
iJnderrround power tubee--Other ............... ............ .....
?)5 t'nderrround power tubea--Depreciation--lard ............... ....
Underground nower tubea--Depreclation--Other ...... .............. ~ 2,956 1,1
To runners and bways--Oterd .. ..... .... ...1..... ..4,492 12,994 120,331 76,389 211,341 116,664 297,117 55,.476
Tunnel and subwaya--Otereia .. ard........ .. ... ...... .
07 Turnela and subwaya--Depraclatlon--trd .. ....... ........ .. -
un blae, retlesay. and eprverts--Yrdr ........................ 023 21,35 75390 2.281 172,925 32,104 19,486 48
Bridges. trestles, and culvert- -Other ...... .......... .....702,0419 529,1 2,465,058 1.048.936 2,5 5983 1,194,386 1,099,342 225,282
209 Bridges. trestlea. end cuiverts-Depreoitloai--Yard ........ 5 -2 2,00
BridLes ts and 12:v2:.s-- p;ectil-Ot:h........... .19,741 18,325 122287 12,171 384141 135.320 101,975 14,237
10,928 1,482 -
210 Elevated estructuree--Tard ............. .. 1.................... 101,111 14,733 13380 -
Elevated strucrures--0ther ........ ..... ... ........ ..... ...
211 Elevated struoturss--Depreolation--4Yrd .........................
Elevated .....ru ..tur ..-De ..pr ...i..ion-Other .......... .. 3 96 6b.896 1.595.257 86 690 1.169,733 71.126 291,944 937
riee--other ..... ................................ .......... ...1
?1 fT:ea--Oe ::o .:o--Other....--. :::r:.tn--::d.......................................... ............... 1,358,535 6,729;5. 2,4805,310 4,713,377 1
213 e--Depreaton--Tard .......... ............................. 26 30 5.
TJea--Depreoistlon-Other .... ................................ 5368 1292 631,0 5510 329753 3, 110,905 360
p14 Ralls--Yarde....... ...... ......................................... 25 1292 6,96 1
SRail--Othr ....59. 409.970 .........................6........ 659 409970 66 1,296425 2,534.586 1,28. 1,95.75 342.45
215 Rai s-Doareiato o--ard .......... .. ............. ...... 1 -
Ralls--Depreciation--OTher ............. .. .................. 5,224 2,021 233 -
216 Other trank ma: t :lal-- d........................................ ..2636 679 265 09,173 119, jg 526, 99 12l.425 193, 30
Other track material--0ther .............................. .11,21 457,9 3,199,73 1,239,161 247,121 1,1 .555 1,336,051
217 Other track material--Depretiatlon--Tard ..........................282 1 -
Other track material--Depreclatonu--Other .................. ....... 10, 29
Ba llast--ther ....... ....................... ...... ....... 16709 134,616 1,09 6798 517,633 831,228 325.951 903,690 186. 75
219 Bsjlaet--Depreo ation---ard ........... ............... ... ... 2 -
Balla --Oepreciation--Other .............. ...... .......... .......... .6 67 241,i, ,8E 76l 7, 23,076 2 d d

Rgt-to- feos--Ohr .::....................... ............:::: ,733 69.187 372,279 158,05o 175,677 62e,22 101,550 22,50
222 Right-of-way tenoee--Depreclation--YTrd .. ... ... ........ 0- -
Right-of-way fenceas--Depreciation--Other ............. ..............- 140 1,8
223 Snow and sand fences and anowNhd--Yard ............. ... ............ .3 1 ,1 7 ,10 21, 14 3
Bnow and sand fences and anownhedo--Other ....................... 1,56 1,616 12,652 5,9 7,1144 2,0 3_
224 Snow and s and aence sad enowebhed--Deprsclation--TaYd .... .......
Snow and sand fences and snowsheds--Depreclatlon--Oher ...........
?25 Orossings and signs-Yard .......................................... 12,214 1,228 126,989 20585 71,576 15,578 15.795 1. 92
Orosiong and sins--Other ....................................... 520,662 8438,736 1,584,101 753,90 1,116,2 679,283 269,211 53,I3
226 Crostngs and eigne--Depreciation--Yard ...........................1 941 10
Crossings enaigns--Depreo atiatn on--Other ...........................402 165 -0 1, 2
22? station s d o e buildings ......... ...... ........... ...... 609.387 677.149 2,647,908 1,73,029 1,9.9017 1,572205 498,82 164,6
,,97 12,201 295,050 5,146
228 station and offer buldn--preon at... on.. .... ...................... 2941 299 12,01 1112.643 11, 20 2 0 52465
34 37,695 326 ,25 08
2P9 Roadway uuldings ................................................ 6.. 37.S 42608 10573 36, 7a11" _9.5
230 Roadway buil. s--Deprtation ....................................... ., 7. 27,5 22 7 52, 9 932 3 7,1
231 wte, r stations.. ................................................. 9737 35.273 933
232 Water stations--Depreciation .......................................971 :P' 251 643 1241 52,800
S l taon ..............................:::::::: .................... ::::::60,066 31,20 0 2531 397.6 117,557 95 20.88 654
23 Uel sItalonf--Depreolatln ........... ............................. 1,225 539 N3 28.2. 7,207 1..,21 21141 2
Shops and enginebouses--Deproolatton ............................. 2.:97 1,616 1,352 217:1 62,621 739,19 9:4332
237 Grato elevators ............................................... 15,528 17,061 1,670 3,7148 -
2385 rain elevator--DePreoietion................................... -- 111,253 310 -
29 Storage ware-ouses.. ................................................... 19,737 35273 933 -
21 Storage wart.usss--Deprec.aion .............................. ..... .- ,- 3 ,-
211 tarw sad doks. ............................................... 207,469 6.745 676,269 51920 1,243,421 34,371 20,559 6.544
2 a2 harwes and dook--Depreciaton ............................. .. 98 17.544 35,338 12,965 -
SDeficiot or other reverse item.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS O SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDLD DECEMBER 31,1981 -Continned


I. AINTEIIANCE OF WAY AND STRUOTUkXS Con inued
243 Coal and ore wharves ............ .................... ....
244 oal and ore wharee--DepTecLatlon ....... ..............
245 Cas producing plant ...... .......... ........... ...
246 Ba producing plan--Depreciation ....................
247 Telegraph and telephone line .... ......................
245 Telegraph and telephone lineaS-Depreclatlon .............
249 91gnals and Lnterlookre ........ .............. ........
25o0 Signale ed lnterlooiere-Depreciation ......... .......
251 Power pant dame, oanala, and pipe line .................
252 Power plant dame, canals, and pipe lrie--Depreolaon ..
257 Power plant buildings .................................
2y Power plant ouildinge-lepr lo ciatio....................
255 Power Bubias tion ouuidlr.gm .............................
256 Power eubitatlon buildings-Depreolatlon ................
257 Power transmleeion efstsem .............................
258 Power iranemielaon eysteme-Depreciation ................
259 Power ditribution eysteme ..............................
260 Power dlBtrinutin ytesmi-Depreciation................
261 Power line pole end figures ............................
262 Power line pole and fizture--DepreciatLon .............
263 underground condu s .....................................
261 Underground condult--Depreclatlon .......................
265 mIlen lleneoue et ouetua .............................
26 Miacellmenoue ruotree--Depreciation ..................
267 Paving ............ ............ ......................
268 Pavng-eprelation ................................................
269 Roadway machines .......................................
270 Roadway maohlne--Depreciation ..........................
271 ball toole and applies .. ............................
272 Removing enow, Ie, and seand............. ..............
273 ABsesInent@ for public improvement .....................
274 injured toa persons .............. ........ ............ .
215 Ineurenos ................................................
276 Stationery and printing .................................
277 Other erpenee. .........................................
Total of aoaounts No 201 to 277 ....................
278 Maintaining joint racke, yards, and other faollitie-Dr.
279 Maintaining joint tracks, yarde, and other facilitiee-Or.
280 Equalization-Way and struoturee ........................
Total mainuenanoe of way and etruotures ..............
II. MAINTENANCE OF LQUIPMEET


Buperintendence .........................................
shop machinery ..........................................
Shop uaohinery-Depreciation ............................
Power plant mahineery ....................... ..........
Power plant machinery-Deproeiatlon .....................
Power iubsteaton apparatus ..............................
Power substation apparatuB-Depreolation ................
Stea loeomotivee-Repsair ..............................
Steam loaomotivee-Deprealation .........................
Stem locomotives*-Ret lraents ..........................
Other loaomotlva-Repairm ..............................
Other loomootiTls-Dupreolation .........................
Other looomotivem-Retiremmt ..........................
Vreighb--train oar -Repaira .............................
Preight-trlan car-Depreo ation .......................
Freight-train oars-Retirements .........................
Pasegnger-traln care-Repaire ...........................
Pasesager-train oaars-Depreolation ......................
Pameenger-traln oare-RetirementB .......................
Motor equipment of oare-Repaire ........................


Total foar regions
au tern ditriot rni c tt*[g
NOW Knala d r ee non or Laken e gion o r6 a l e On P u ----I- 1 am4
and rnd an h and -an
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned cpp mttslne
to to paeonge~ir o to pa@sungar to 1o passenger to to ppomuenu
freight and allied freight and allLed freight and allied frat a an alli
service services mservace services service sertlees Om N lBarteu -


4 3.994


153, 14


16,053


7.260
13.378
205S
3.526

154.1472
70,256
21,122



6,696

6,030

146,805
39
263 772
541, 72
311
126.711
110, 402
18.638
13 990


61 184 57)


527.488
219,228


12.113
120,743

1,026.598
23,742


8, 988
13.Z75
1,471

7,646

323.566
123,267
42,222




756

100,921
15
185.8853
311.603


.2,134
13,37766
9,177


s5463. 21
60,966
b92
933,645

4,407,908
17


41,408
89"
16 526

120, 868
39.505

1,467
26,185
loo, 71;

743.912
1,807
9,O 110
1,0,2,654
54,685
66 52
123. Z7
150, 0


$1,b82

334.074

3.320,172



67,296
25.449
57.553

592,977
23,692

6.880
6,369
17,226

268,641
99
378 606

16.0')
199,855
255.076
45,943
50,311


I


769,337
224,535
872
1,367.559

}.300,316
97.007


49.295
30,230o
23
143 179
1 146
236,189
1,505
59, b21
959

711
48,186
513,208
d 115






93,2407
68.157


82.7477
577,445

2,705,!0
58,238


29,373
20,751
18,952
19,756
77,256
61.769
705.072
104.821
115,748
122,499
4,519
5 225


519.506


d 21 0
120,913
16,910

29.947
23.730


ItTTI--------


1 ..qi.804


70.791.493


16 ig 57 11 59 O- 70714


1,683 21
91,0


3,882,491
2,4 38,574


28.492,034


2.100.885 2 154, H1
2,290,706 1.636,76


2.003,762
1 ,9


61

343,730



674

14,680
6,80

31,253



79,702

24
7,567
2.383

206.225
d 410,
29,159


103,297


425,776

,37



11,9%


32,790
40,326

67
1,613
323


4 43


1 39


2e,770.557 4,414,50

341,056 .99
a_ ^-9 5991


16,492,83) 13,187,953 72,235,410 28.302.213 63,630.5,6 28.251,553 22.929,225


875,300
282.283
1,053
5,55 70
100 73
1,884
5 402,1408
1,17, 307
.251



4,744,028
2,803.762
110,970


654,434
221,421
588
17 ,299
4,600
4,084,902
, 826,225

550,872
220,202




2,913,218
1,309,675
10,618
357,529


5,o61,
1,783,6
228,562
934

15,671
46.9,722
0.0 1.78
180,996
J31,922
75,510

37,847,110
26,121.631
943,984


60


1,821,85
737,784
336.375

109,970
17,039 494
3.6.052
71.300






10,531,097
5,281,101
185,06
578,4.43


6,027,189
3.246,410
168,708




.678.072
305,291
232,880
85,129

40, 9.427
20, 6,735
461,268


2,367,440
1,325.855
86 ,8386
101,775
202 365
63,746
201441.101
3.427,772
155, 606
J71,974
89.758





13.375
1,422,981


651. 7
210,870
212,827
23).07
1,207
4,032
10,596.217
2, 3 as




9 221,681
7,920,5687
859,796


4.563,2fl


435


2,e68,528
679,6 7

2* s5
1 375




1 0

35.65


A Defliit or other reverse item.


1C


O01101 Of o|her :ovezoe tram,


63,113.093







16 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
32150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOLTNIS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1931 -Continued
Totals for regions
Eastern dietriot Southern district
New inrksad region reat L es reon OCtent al._ te ern region Potalmtas rsegon
Account Assigned Aesigned AsTignes Aeelgoed feigned Asilgned tal gneQd Amis ned
and and and and and nd and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apoortioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to pa eenger to to passenger to to paaenger to to passenger
freight and allieht eight and allied freight and allied freight and called
service service ervrce -e-rvcs -service services service services

II. MATIITEIANCE OF EQUIPMENT Conti nued
321 Motor equipment of oar--Depreotation ........................ .......... $221 6188,740 $254 W4061, $828,082 020.5*
322 Motor equipment of oare--..ttrement........ ... ....... 1,69.............................0 1691 6,6 477 7 6
S equipent-epre .......... ................ ...........1 ......... 3,1 6 1,9 70 4
3 Float i equpot-Depreat ion............................................. 91,427 ,23, 10,5114 7,93 150
325 Floating equipment-Retirments ......................................... 3,172 d 2197 13 1.9 11,22 ,7 d219.0 173 58
326 iok equlpmeut--Repatlre ..................... ................... ...... 1202 196290 1,253,946 78,32 1,272,47 30,0 35.927 659
327 Sork eqipsent-DOeprsoe.iat ion ........................................ .121,e6 d .9,108 73 ,837 33.1 71 21 2:97? 261,982 50.47
l5 a Work equtpset-Retitreents ...............................3 a.......... 1,7 d 02 8 110,257 50,01 56 5 10
329 ,18el?neous equtpmnt--5epalre .... ...... ................ ..... 7,0B 1 52:17 17.7g7 g8177 138,, 1, 2 25
}}0 Miscallaneous quipment-Depreclation .................................. 2,17 ,59 50 202 15,29 69518 28,691' 6,100 1,036
331 Miecellaneous equliment-ReLiremente .................................... 2. 0 201 5,3? 1,216 3,224 1,985 2 12
332 Tnjurie toa n. pe2n 0,b6 25,878 .1,,9 2357,01 8,730 ?L' 59215 72,928 12B1
l, r e ....... ................... .......... 75,,72 13,9.9,867 869,240 793,097 165,851 9, 815 16,0oi
an EqSlJs d pionqi.nti .............................................. 2 51 1 147 2 22 65 1 970
335 Otber expense e......................................................... 29796 22.382 159,49 27:717 114 133 51,02z 73;,"1 13,379
Total or accoumni Eoe. 301 to 335 .................................. 17,1413,517 12,0OO,940 127,5112,767 43,195,609 124,365,599 149,249,005 36,067.125 6.535,335
336 Maintalning Joint equipent-Dr............................................ 1714,573 202,21.5 901,620 574,619 659,9`11 374.,7.1 65,1419 70 .142
}37 Maintaining Joint equipment-Crr. ................................ ....... 26,193 1,149 178,02 159,869 522,385 185,164 175,578 1,544
33} Equal ati on-Equipment ................... ... ......................... -- -
Total maintenance of equipment ...................... .............. 17.501.897 12,42,036 127,966,363 43,610, }59 124,503,158 149,}98,58 35,959.966 6.603.933
III. TRAFFIC
351 Superintendeone ................................................. .. 627, 57 41,353 6,284,211 1,78},012 6,236,875 2,o0,771 112,312 23,
3 Outeide agencies ........... .............................................. 678u30 2 1 110,55 2 1515 3 d1:1 2140273 861:375: 9A1
3rue ari asn oi attes.... ............ ................................... 678.7, 29,175 6,63,206 2,145,1 3 4,632, 300 2,401,186 1,375,704 276,931
35 Advertising .............................. ........................ ....... 7,313 563 52 110 582 1,510,6 75 2374 27 53 2939
355 Fast freight lho se ......... ........................................... 359,099 -
356 ndustral and Immigration bureaus ........................................ .. .31. 1.700 2,346 21,8 3 318,37 6,126 9,Z 14,627
35 Inosurance .... ..............t.. .............................. ......... 12.17 5476 2,29 17 301 1, 519 8
358 Statio nery sod printing............. ....................... .......... 266,129 34 1,9 ,7,282 1W 5,228 1,1471,192 117,219 399,211 16, .75
359 Other ex onses ......................................................... 6,8 6 1366 28,519 9 3 1 33,206 1,,632 11,260 635
Total traffic ............................................ ..... ..... 1,715,990 1,345,756 15,877,323 6.195.503 13,4.15.797 7,0714,38a4 -.07,D73 849,0714
IT. TRANSBPORTATION-RAML LINE
371 Buperintendenoe ....................................................... 1,4 4,708 85,506 9,384,514 2,632,621 ,8,006 1.466,355 2,29.586 42,09
7 Dispatching irains .................................................... 26145 43,,. 2,55,9 2,136,086 ,6,223 ,417,73 1,21,22139 62,21
37 taton ..mployee. ..................................................... 8,951,26 3,192,847 37,.197,864 11,667,148 32,73,509 11,926,62 5,390,912 1,16,,415
Weghins, Inspeotlon, and daemurraee bureaus ............................. 8,240 611,809 55.606 126,878
375 Coal ead ore wharves ........................................................ 157,082 1,058,456 2,308,870 1,217,115 -
376 station supplies and exposes ...................................... 523,89 465,836 2,299,215 1,53,205 2,136,764 1,879,602 263,4186 160,689
377 Tardmasters ad yard clerks ........ .................................... 1,58,9 69,652 11,602,523 689,605 10,755,90 707,7 2,516,416 137267
378 Yard conductors and brakeen ..................... ...................... 3,025,367 .99,100 21,987,579 2,217,285 25,595,726 2,582,83 4,:}8,767 2 ,1
379 Yard switch and signal tenders ......................................... l1..93,978 7,7.6 2,.81,712 499,654 2,042,769 490,860 413,4 .,791
380 Tard engicemen ...................,.............................. ..... 1,89,2147 31o0,52 14,241,3}14 1,275:129 14,80o1,118 1,390,656 2,263,651 132,9014
381 Yard motormen .......................................... ............ 122,J42 16,522 441,9j 321,558 163,054 467,7P9
382 Fuel for yard locomotives ................................................. 1W ,.8a 1:1:,729 7,205,28 534, 82 5,87 .8 6 487,1 963,62o &.396
388 Yard switching power produced.......................................... 24,777 126 321 96,00 .964 50
388 2:l 1t,4t xp0wTr d 61o961 ............................................. 538,925 77,87 4 ,69 4 ,9, b,8,8 ?07,8,,
385 atr"U for yard locomotives ............................................. 7,595 11,01 653,157 149,695 691,309 55,578 1947,143 5,388
36 Lubricants flo r yrd lo.omo. ves ........................................ 3, 52 4,615 210,0014 15,1472 18,53 20,20 56,1
SOther supplies forad locomotives ........................................... 15 ,o .5,, 170,54 1,o 1829, 73 17,:846 A5,1o
3 19 1 ngnehouse expenes-u ard ............................................ 5............ .,31 ,6 419,312 1 82
suard applies end expen ess 73,418 0)2 142,622 7 ,866 2 P4,1m6 03,615
392 Traina sognemen............................................................ 1. 3,1,18 62,02 11,001, 392 21,225:651 10 5,12 :0 1,
393 Truin motoman ..................................................for...... t98,521 7223,0 6 96,7a82 963.222 132,332 1:5,.;28 146,,102 5,41.6
394 1 uol for train locomotives .............................................. 5,307,65 3667,097 24,079,7514 11297 21,289,j10 5,,745 55 1,144,2347
b Train power puchaoMd ................................................ 72,998 778,806 1,096 547,190 2, 5 3,805,400 4,291 -
397 Water for train locootives .......................... ................. 270,922 202,808 2,294,160 856,967 2,276,753 908,034 623,665 122,388
398 Lobricante for train looomotives ...................................... 0,86 121,557 655,37 516,302 539,015 319,055 224121 84,544
399 Other supplLes for train locomotlve ....................................h 65 638 66,327 419,530 251,466 495,:78 292,828 110,668 31.399
d Dafilcit or other reverse ites.



















Account


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 24
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE U-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERArINrG EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF OLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1931 -Continued

Totals for regions

IEateTn district G___ outhern district
-


I d
re a
e aee rCct Souther district
lasOC u '!'


IV. TRAeSPORrTTTCNH--RAL LTHI Continued
4 o0 EInginehouBe expeness--Train .................................... ..
401 Trir.men .........................................................
02 Tran supplies and expen se ............................. ......
40- Operating sleeping oare ...........................................
110. Signal and Interlocker operation ........... ................... .
440 Orossing protection ... .......................... .................
40 Drawbridge operation .......................... ........... ... ....
.07 Telegraph and telephone operation .................................
408 Operating floating equipment ......................................
409 Zrpress Service .............. .....................................
410 Stationery and printing ........................................
411 Other expenses ...... ............. ..............................
4 Insurance .................................... ........ .............
415 Clearing rea.ot ................ ....... .........................
416 Damage to property .............................................
417 Damage to live took on right of way ...........................
418 Lees and damage--FreIght .......... .............................
419 Lose and damage-Baggage ..........................................
420 Injurles to peren .a ...............................................
390 Operating Joint yards and terminale--Dr. ..... ....................
91 Operating joint yaTis and terminale-Or. ..........................
12 Operating joint tracks and faoilities--Dr .......................
L1 Operating joint tracks and faollltLee--Cr. .......... ...........
TotaJ transportation-Rail line ...................... ........
V. TRANJSPORTATION-WA7ER LINE
431 Operetion of vessels ......... .. ...................... .........
432 Operation of terminal ............................... ..........
J33 Incidental ............ ...... ............................
Total traneportaticn--Water line ... ...........................
VI. MTSCELLLAETDS OPE1RAIOB0
441 Dining and buffet service ................................ ......
442 Botels and restaurants ...........................................
S rain elevatorB ........... ........................................
8 a ockyardn ............................. ... ......................
44 Producing power sold ..............................................
Other misL ellaneous operations ....................................
Total miscellaneous operation .................................
V1H. OrNFRAL
451 Salaries and expenses of general offloere .......................
452 l&rles and expenses of clerks and attendants..................
Gene eral office supplies anrd expenses .............................
Law oxDoeneaes ........................................ .. .........
55 Insurance ................ ........ ........................ ......
456 Relief department expenses .................... ..... .............
457 Pense on ......................... ............. ......................
458 Stationery and printing ...........................................
SValuation expenses .......... ....... .............................
4 s s Other expenses ...... .............................. ..............
461 Oeneral Joint faollltltes--Dr. .....................................
462 General joint faciltLea--Or. ....................... .............
Total general expenses......................... ..............
Vlle. TRABHPORTATIOW OR 0xeVEZBseiM -CR. ...............
Total railway operating expenses assigned .............
Unassigned operating expenses apportioned .............
OGrnid total railway operating expenses ................


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and all Led


and
apportioned
to e
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


and
apportioned
to
freight


Assignea
and
apportioned
to
fre Lght


I serviOe I services service services service s--an sto- f. servic-Le-. sarviona


1,011.271
745,775
781,432
105,865
127,273
1,028,485

28,590

104,752
50,831
3,516
656,083

488,515
1, 4?,281
652,246
176,218
16 4,1


4, 70;680
2,209,447
968,067
1,000,330
72,680
91,299


155,696
27,262
21,154
10,415
3,536
10,515
312,542
2,548.015
208,526


9,107,742
3,639,888
3,129.715



1,419,021
1,692.59o





2,605,116
8,085,513
3,783,207
1.6814 .2


6.131.467
2,1459,247
1,817,313
4',769
1,405,890

423,02h


1794.49


95,153
1,273,533
4,03,575
3,209,95
1.127,560


7,930,0o40
21,756,937
8,991,027

3,068,944
3.074,851
1, 99,795
6,022,92

1.193,.503
1,25 9&69

0792
36 ,696
33,220
5.339.596
-
2,988,025
4,108,664
2,010,801
1.895,187
1 800.076


10 900
2,.45,510
2,5~2 725
600 734
1,161 ,02
29,987

312. TT


18,751
45,114
3,730,215
1,517,9"J
977.860
87 ,869


461,.92
245,956
17. 004
167, 72
179 .34

292,21t
.1.8,02

52,392

633,69
6 758
-
471,181
665,299
1,17,189
197,83%
187.971


42,682,987 28,958,031 238.522,332 84.223.349 231,197.3614 99,826,359 46.539,505 10,936.109

5,206 5,6. 402,61s 124,o1
709 57, 529 713 ,


4.6138


1.165.491 7 6,766.579 7.019,775 6 6,64
11 95 301,561 23,O6 579.230 U,9 151,137 -, 3,426
23.056 2M1 69:1 76 W ; g4,050
S71,397 4.723
1192 5,6 537 3 2, 17,16 21,945 6,708
S158,155 11,609 55,585 113,956 1 "
152,620 2,038,522 411,294 8,097,871 788.841 7,302,032 110,74969.918


2.1,646
2,61"/,112
17,3

3391,74

27,39
13 PO20

31,9724
1,558


hor Dee 9


71,736


83.463,470


12-II2 I


342,051

23Z,945



43,6925
9,852
120,327


3,O4,990
1it, 276771
2 295.181
17,688

13,871



158,055


962,660
3,U 05,801
421,822
778,325
5,153
3,425
1,36 ,639
16'730
6 M
302,637
212,726
525,050


2,412.1T1
11,206,628
1 996,16P
29.2,93
694 ,157
7520.
381,0


16 .5 1
1z,538CI


801,378
2,881,868
17 ,700
79,
13,202
293,65
3,472.08
Z6 017
2 .09

71,651


-4~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~ 4--------t----------------- ,, 2v


2.14
290,76,
$79, 6


113,62

317,027



6,622,059


__41 2-- ,
62I,1 IW 7


3.027


835,897


8,879


.. ..... ... h A t- -- I- -- I I


60,346,302


41,037,813


178,390,171


.1 & 4 1~ I
1,1224,030


38,4.305


114.,248


202,342.955


,885,32E


12 31 8 61 38---------------05.


-a--
apportioned
to WVatenger
and allied


1;685,23S
IM ,


87 169

77 ,17

46,270
19,6

22;409
14,629
1.M
100,172

IN:N
719,eir5
16 ,58


295
18100
219,6


2:765




94,950.718


241,950.719


,,
83 711 178,904,49


409.494


139,879


-6B, 740,348


9,0.4 32


2.8-160.q88


7.969.755


9 -7_ Q1


.11L


62 .711


460,060.837


1,124,030


x.frn


02 1,899.84) 114.885,3


178,504,419


461,184,867


)S 75 782


1dil 48R 118







INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
16
32150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-SUiMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOTN'IS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACI CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISIRICIS AND REGIONS. FOR 1 E YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81, 1931 -Conltnued

Totals for regions

southern district Western district
roqhr sr 'w e i Central western rjgutotr r on
IAeiitne AssignesA e Aigdi Assigned a d elg ne A gns Asgn
and and and -a ana and and
Account apportioned apportioned apportloneA apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
eannin__o_ sneviaea servlo --- Tin.l servlo oar em e-v-W seTtees

I. LAINlTEWASCE OF WAY AND STRUCTUREB
201 Superintendene ................82971. a1.,95L- 53 4,600,252 -1,56,6 16, 5,77 $2,742,81 $3.774,8 ll66,0
20 Roadway reae--Trd .......................... .. ............... -***************** 4 13 7 -
Roadway BainLeatnoe--Other ................................... .... "1 -
203 Roadero-nDepre Iatn-Td .................................................**** 12,9 1247
Ro earygoDn proe r tl be--O the8 .....................................
204 Underground power tubee-Tard ............................***********
Unaerground power tube -- Other ........ ..d. ..******************. ..
205 Underground power tubes--Deprealotlon--Tard .......................
UndergTound power zubese-DepreclSatilon-Other ...........".........* 1 21
2o6 TuanIne and subsays-- T"rd ..............................................1 12 & 21 -
unn a nd usay--Ogt :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.............................. 60,521 2146 215,923 44,24 ,oi6 19,719 5,002 2,175
207 Tunnels and ubway---Depreolation--T d ..........................** 81
runnele and subwysr--0Dpreo ItIon--Other ...................... ..... 8
208 Bridges, treaties. snd oert -Yd.............................. .27.515 6 713 197,550 6,1W8 58,390 71', 2,679 910,05
Bridges, trestles, and ulvert-Other ............................ 3,2,192 1,2903 3114,152 1,0818 503,78 1,465911 ,618 5 15,0
209 Br dges, trestese, and culverts--Depreoiatio T- la.d.......... L,- 1,930 39 -12
Bridges, trestles, and culvert ---Depreoimton--Otbe.............. 116,53 104,013 8,937 4 12.195 1,259 34,615 15,170
210 Elevated etruotre-Tard .................................................. 626 197 -
2 lewaed struoture. -Othe ......................................... 5 >
211 Elevated structure-l-Depreoatlon--Yrd ...... ..................
Elevated structure.a--Derclttion-ODhe ............................ 1,41,679 15.528 1L,3,81i5 93,164 1,03,124 97,474 661,677 1761
212 T e r--Ylrd....r..... ................................................ 9, 11,62 3,965,922 7,97.,26h 3,04iq,946 l.232,121 3.319,379 5,095,090 1,6 ,359

213 es--DepreolaSton-Trd .......................................... 1,021 9 68
Tles--DepreCatton-Other ........................................... 22 ,088 14,682 219,518 17,?44 178,247 18,51 21 94836 13,139


Rails-DeprecOiaton-Oner .......................................... 44,769 ,566 ,791 6,275 -
16 Oter track materl-Trd. ........................................ 31,15 ,251 842, 005 626,99 7,3369 435,117 2,526
Other track material-sOher ....................................... 755,22 2,0, 61 ,98 1.37,510 9,6 318,232
217 Other trak matleril-Depreolation--Trd ..............d6........15 87 2 -
Other track material-Deprelation--ther .................. ....... 24,71 790 9,98 2,575 1728 1, 49,0 91
218 Ballast-Yard........................................................ 1,5 679, 191,5087 2,512 710,634 258,701 547,31 205,729
679,26 181,507 Other 0............4 .......................................28701 55721 205728
219 Bsllast-DeprectaLio--Tard ......................................... 205 68 812 -
Ballaet-oepre Lat on--Other ......................................6 2 ,5 4 912
220 Track laying and 4ueftLang--Yard ......................... I ...... 3 5 21.. 1....0,15 43,63o 60o5 14 1.19 820
Track laying and surfacing--Other ...............................0...07 ~, 7 3 ( 7 1 6. 7 a571
221 Righbt-of-way fence-Y-ard 3...........9............. ......................,' 1,776 37 982 7, 12 1 7
Bight-of-way B ence-Ot er ...................................... 157,362 00, 144,953 3983813 0,065
222 Right-of-way fences-Depreoiation--Yard ..........................- 12 1
Right-of-way fename-Depreolation--Other .................... 1.181 -
223 Snow and sand fences and anow.eds-Yard .........................- 1,405 67 57 9 3
2 Bnow Band esand fenoess and snowehed-Other ......................... 727 126 61,)343 23,123 127,57?2 60,352 13 4
224 Snow and sand fences and enoeBhede-Depreclaston-TArd ............
Snow and send fences and anoweheds-Depreoltion--Other ...........
225 Crossings and signa-- ard .......................................082 28 1 209253 i 33 1 11
Crossings and eis-0Other .................................... 632510 21 739,35 P&7,129 7 3 -
226 Croeslnge.and signa-Depreolation-Tazd. ........................... 10 28 1,01 ))
227 Ion and office buildings0................................... 1,660306 704,593 1,523,907 529,669 2,070,999 1,006,286 933.291 282,168
2 Station and d offi e buildding--Oprea n .... ........................... 350 1299 ,2 7 191 14 111
230 cstaw Buildingoe-Deprenlationo................................... .. ,8 1,8 .,... ...,.1 10,1
231 Water 5st at ns. ................................................. 510 176972, ,6so 226,148 1025,257 375,696 41459, 3,
232 Water etatlone-D l ......... ...................................... 6 17 2,073 721 41 5,090 903 -
2) Wter etaton--Oepreoatn ................................ ......170 64 -
23 upl etaton .l e................................................ 0,7906 25903 296,373948 98,702 324,097 117,8612 5129,36 180,205

23 Shops and enginehousen-DpeciaStLLon .............................. 11,335 3,956 24,587 1,535 20,081 2,003 -
237 irein elewatorm .................................................. .. .0 2 3,53
238 Grain elevator-Depreolatlon .....................................,171 -
23 St orge warehouses ............................................ ..... .2,171 991 -
24 ai e enddocks .............................. .................. 413, 14 11,.448 90,082 1,100 114,214 36,1214 153,633 4,080
242 Whivyeo and dooke-Depreotilon ..................................... 34 147 11,675 3,505 -










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 19
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-SliMMARY OF PRIM.AR OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAY FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY PISIRICTS \UND REGIONS. FOR FIlE YLAR ENDLD DECEMBER 31.1931 -Conlinued

Totals for regions

Sout[nern lietriot Weestern district
Sr thern re-ton Northwestern region Central Western region o Smotheert r ion
Acct Int aesLlred He gSigned sAeTigned Aaslined Aesstrned AoLigned Aelignea AmnIgned
and and and and and a.d an and
apportl:r.ned b.coortioned apportioned sport toned apportioned arportioned apportioned apportioned
to to easee.Cer to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
'reriFrrt %nd allied freight and allied freight and allied freigbt and allied
service services service services service servlcee service evioAG..


1. MAINiENA'- OF A" A' -'. Rlt.'C.T.UI' Cntrn ued

E2 coal and ore st&arves ........ ... ............... .. .... .
2?i C aol .i ore .nerveB--DpreC a'. n ..
'* 'ea prodic r? pla itn .. .. .. ... .. .... .......
246 I&E prod,-inC plant "-De re l.. t i r ....... ......... ..... ...
247 lele~raou :. tele-,ione l nire ... ....... ............ ............
?l5 Ielegra,.n ann telephone liner--Deprectatt.-i.r. ......................... .
?i4 S6-nale an1 Liiiterlocaers ........ ...... ........................
25C- Sut rI l arn intezloctrers--Depreoc ati nn .......... ... .. .... .
51 Po'er plant 9ame canaie ana pipe llnea .................. ... .
n.? Poser olant dam: canals. %nd pipe line6--Deprecia' too ............... .
25 Power plant building ........................ .. .......... .....
254 Power pilnt c.ul aonge--Depreciaticn ....... ........ ..............
25 PF .er s. bsta..t on cuildi r g ....... .. ... ...... .... ..... ..
2,6 Power esub Blation build ing -B epreolat lon .. ............ ....... .....
2 ? Power tBim, l eqit n aeypes .... .... ... .............................
253 Power tra.nemiesiltri yete e--Deprecltion .. .. ........ ......... ...........
?r2 power di tribution systems .................. .. .... ...................
260 Power del tribution eystems--Depreciatiti .................. .........
261 Pow r line oolea ao l ft Lres ..... .......... .............. ... .... ... .
F6? Power line pole atn riatr-ee--Depiecoiat on ...........................
6 UndergroT cindts ... ............. ................... ..... ..........
2N Undergroi nd cn--aU tea--Depreciat on ................. .. .... .............
6 M ocellaloe Je ruc t rj e d.. .. ..... ... .. .
26c Mierellsraont BtrmClitrei.--Depreotatt..oo..............................
267 PavLng ........ .. ............. .... ......... .. ... .. ..
?65 Paviag- Depreclatlo D ............ .............. ... ........ .....
369 Roadway acbtinee ........ ...... ............ ........ ..... ..... ...
?70 Roadway ma lhinee- Depraec stion .................. ............... .......
271 Small tool and supplies ...... .......... ................ ...... .....
272 Removi mng snow. ti e &no eand. .............. .................. .
.7 Asearosoment for ..ubllc Lmpi oveme t ... ..................................
4 rijuree to persons ................. ........... .... ..... .....
77 Ineuranee ............ ....... ................. ..................... ....
27 Btattionery ani printing .......... .............. .............. .. ....
77 Other experenee ................................... .....................
Total of accounts los. O21 to 277 .................................. .
278 Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other faotllit lee--Or..............
2?9 Mantatning joint tracks, yardse, and other facilities-Or............
250 EqualizTaion--day and structures .................. ....................
rotel ma'iteoance f way anrd structures ................... .....
TI. MAINTENCE rCF EQUTPMNST

301 Superintendence ......................... ........ ... .. ...
02 shop machinery .........................................................
0 Shop maohtnery--Depr. .. tL .... ............ ..n......................
SPower plant machinery ..... ...... ...... ............ ... ..........
305 Power pLant machinery--ODeprectation ................... ..............
306 Power substation apparatus ... ..................................
307 Power substation apparatus--Depreciation ............................
308 Steam locomotives--Repairs .................... .............................
309 Steam locomotivee-Depreolatton ........ ............... ......
310 Steam looomotieee--Retlrementl ..........................................
311 Other locoeo Ives--Repairs .............. .. .. .. ..... ............... ....
312 Other lo omotilves--DepreclatLon ........................................
31 Other looomotivee--Retiremente ....................................... .
31 Pre Ighlt-train cars--Repairs ............................................
315 Frelth--train care--Depreciation ....................................
316 Freight-tra nla oars--Retire enta ...................... .................
317 Passengaer-train oare--Repailrs ........................................
318 Pessenger-train care--Depreciation ..................................
319 Paseenger-train oare--Retlrement. .....................................
320 Motor equipment of ao&re-Rep&airs .....................................


926,417


615,192
2,879
1,23 52 7



4,638
576
375
4,037

21,839
10,759










13,255
55






31 723
310,300
62, 471
25,587


6248,04k
1.673
909.795
12,766


3,677
288
220

2,749

98, 4s1
11,544



.3,69
28




40,702
2,841
116,692
117, 39
25:3


577
876,506

1,150o,079
102


24,809
1,196
2,662
12,982

89,046
101,201

1,1407
28, 049
1,996
23,666

405,209
U97
537,569
535,102
13,606
395,.493
22 ,316

46.392


1642
1.523
55,194
299,744

763,844
6


10,542
68
1,212
6,478

45,462

47,484

200


2,534



186,021
192,926


67,268
25,0741
12,555


627
814,324
1,047
1,807,005
2,138


50,531
6,989



106
19,704
4,525
39
1

52,347
2.501

131
892,572

439,716
56,169

117,849
32,513


86,661
341,557
522
1,308,990
114


20,64
3,641
586
1,884
5.462

71 ,311
72
9,220
8
200

11
34

356
219


21,022
152,201
125,887
49,880
13,87


$9,202
551

586,672

709.328



10,958
S 2,73?

715

'42,03
7,225

234
13,122
7.030




37.265

219,284
26, 619
6R ,526
20,280


62,194
190,900

4127,137



3.679


397

17,743
2,201

53



131.310







5,319


54,025,472 21,175.222 49,987,298 17,189,220 63,374,380 25,662,1U7 34.606,205 10,680,789
2, ,082 1,080,56 669 505 957.245 2 7519 1557139 1 1727,115 805,'27
2,3-l, 2 8 77 1,2,872 ,185,1,1 1,191,06 31,51

51,196,119 21,48,662 51,136,020 17,643.593 63.9714,33 26,082,277 35.142.372 11,167,590


3,286,4,7
901,766
5 129
85:,473

2,4154
26,796,212
4.7 929
81.47
27,am4
29,490


5 5..u

141bEo


1,085,071
321,874



1,664&
12,240,188
75.68






6,201,825
2165 22
2 n'


I __________ I __________ I


3,081,419
920,D95



15,688
20, 022,121
4896,2j41
87.367

226,119


2 2
881,913


11.,957


993,971
281,674
1478
72,980

7,?59
9,022,802
1,732,086
71,996
192,807





6,324,125
2,141,768
29,029
471,353


4,144,906
1,672,628
10,446
250,180
739


31,136,727
7,118,157
137,691
2,124




505,782


6,932


1,6o3,82,

109,28
A. 753
3,2248

,0735
3,1,86


,57,60



507


2,716,525 866.1
6c:0.967 220. 1



3.055 1,150
16 302 616,.79,95
152 6 .055



12,979 ,

374,262

19,;031
269,175


A Deflolt or other reverse Item.







INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
20
32150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE 11-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERArrNG EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASBB I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1931 -Continued
TotaLI for region
Southern district Western dietriot
Southern region morthwtelnS egL iol Gontral Wnstern region g western rn 2le
Algne Aglgned AsienSd AAigned dilgnie Au ij AElignes &@ii @i
Account and 1nd Ban ad ad nudd a3a
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioneA
to to passenger to to pa.eenger to to pameenger to to passenger
freight and alldied freight and failed freight and allied freight nd w lted
mervic Bmaorviot orv o erivloe service service-s moelm. e eeeO...u

II. MAINTrrNlAIo OF EQUIPMENT Continued
(16,446 $6514 $25,o6o 1,030 i168,032 661,1l
321 Motor equipment of cars-Deproolation .. ... ...* 64 486 $654 .2. 00 61.030 116 2 $61 i
322 Motor equipment of oara-Reti-el et .... .......... ................. 4 11,2 509, 406 16,
32 Floating equipmens..Repalr................. ......... .......... 224 1,6
32? Floating equipment-D epreolation .. ....... ... .. 2 96 21,685 270
325 Floating equlpmen t---Retlreentm...................................... 7
326 Work eqipmentR ........................6 476 251 674 241.,809 816,288 29:18 436,8110 18k
327 Work equipment-DepreoltiOn ................................ 51 20,298 489,4l. 19 173, 678 778,579 3174 471,1 1 3.684
328 Work oqulpment-Retireent................................ ....... 17 8 52 0, 5051 730 094,279 2,1 1,0 2
329 Misoellaneoius equlpment-r-Repslr ...................................... 2R4 11 8,0352 20,501 1891 62,129 46,900 26610B4
30 Msoellueou eqpmno-Dapreiatol o ................................ 1 80 3111 1 12,9
331 ieoelleaneoue equipenlt-Rtlrmeot ......................... ........ 57, 2, 7l,]6 3.9;922 85;d0 6 35O,6 1,069
332 Injurlee to person .................................................. 6260 9068 78 58 63367 647 24167 408;a6 99 081
33 I. r ....................................... ... .................... .86, 26 28,4 2 ..,70 ,2 5, 12 45 4 719 73.B 2 8,3
3 Stattonezy and printing.............................................. 7,2 28,0 7 2, 15 19,287 108,059 424;,07__7
335 Other ezpenseo ....................................................... 78,872 25,800 79,03 21,L 58:423 108,8 7 lo ------ --


Total of accounts Woe. 301 to 335 ........... .....................
336 Maintaining Joint equipment-Dr......................................
337 Meintaining Joint equipment-Cr....................................
338 Equalization-Equipment ............................** .**.******
Total m&Lntenanoe of equipment ....................................
III. TRAFFIC

351 Buperintendencea .....................................................*
352 Oted agenoLee.................................... .. .......* **.............
3 Advertieing ..........................................................
35 Trafflo aeoclatloni..................................
355 Past freight llne ............................................
356 Industrial and Immigration bureause......................... .... .....
357 Ineurmnc ............................................................
358 Stat onry and printing..............................................
359 Other expenee .......................................................
Total traffio.....................................................
IV. TRAIBPORTATION-RAIL LINE
371 Superlntendenoe .......................................................
372 Dipatching train ......................................... ******.....
N37 Station employee ....................................................
7 elghing, Intpotion, and demurrage bureau ...........................
375 goal end ore wharves .....................................................
376 Station fuppit e and erpones ........................................
377 laT iaatre and yard olerks ...................................
378 Tard ooduotors and braksomon.........................................
379 Tard awltcb and signal tenders .................................**
380 Tard engonenme.................................................. .
3 Tard motorman............................................................
392 ruel for yard. laomootlve............................................
3 lard switching power produced.........................................
STrd aeflt hlng power purhoieBd........................................
385 Water for yard locomotives...........................................
386 Lubrioate for yard looomotve ......................................
387 Other supplIem for yard looomotive .................................
388 Englnehouee ezpenea--Tard ..........................................
389 Tard suppllee and eoxpenoc ...........................................
392 Train anginewaen............................................ ...... .
393 Train motormen ...................................... .................
394 Fuel for train looogotivee ..........................................
395 Train power poduaOd4 .................................................
396 Train power purchased .......... .............................
397 Water for train looomotlvesa...... ........ .... .............. ....
399. labricanta for train locomotive .....*...........................
399 Otber eupplios for train lcoomOtives.... ..........................


81,717.760 25,160,795 69,714,408 22,420,755 101,135,971 35,114, 457 47,308,506 14,544,987
62o,284 242,6 205,74 548 231.9? 409,215 173,059
427,674 109,241 73;934 315,l64 100,078 112,371 15,198

81,910,370 25,294,182 69.982,857 22.552.570 101,369,620 35,246,337 47,605.350 14,702,k48

4,648,895 1,171,436 2,446,266 1,105,792 3:817.791 1.9481,3 2,924,94 894,911
5, 7E1,228 2,176 158 10317 2,83 163 5,963 12 5,026,71 4,67,o 2,145,O
40 62 1 077,101 14 612 2 1,6 71 20,879 5,28 .873 a,99
375,815 80,429 381,. 42,1883 581,309' 84 3 50,49 44.a32
U4,997 -
428,420 128,417 2592 17,652 220,476 98,181 436,950 36,417
3 516 1 587 5 6 21 P55 2 5,496 74,135 2,211
1 3,2 50 137 6u, 137,804 1,29 5 311,922 809,291 102,041
39 48 4,997,402 ,5,757 5.708 4,829

1,.01,927 4,975,824 8,193,667 6,415,926 11,110,549 10,773,123 9,321,147 4,073,293


5,109,130 1,80i,963 3..225 1,406,809 5:66,:021 2:12g,218 3,452,203 1
2,02T,291 179t. 039 1,407.995 1,321.175 1,861 721 1,80,706 988,051 731.082
66, 8,27 6,860 ,325 22,798,398 6,817,329 27,727,265 8,915,430 14,960,505 3,806,851
905,56 09, 1,010,615 541,882
48,995 619,461 8,634
1,090,205 650,882 1,200,39 700,642 1,390,811 1,144,776 819,083 416,792
6,474,111 377 8 5,7500 326850 5428,298 1,8 3,80,635 '4"
12,412,50 1,073,71 10,9,950 1,019,933 13,535,824 1,1:6,26 7,a986,995 74
758,934 137,907 786,99 139,:19 1,012,161 1S9,819 .19,598 29,225
7,704S 9072b 7, 910,583 6 0,431 878,973 14,852,532 214,4





110, 12 5,979 76,,51 6,182 116,726 12,006 94,0E22 2,2O
,114 10,67 8, 6, 9 6,07 10,154 81,908
8821 2605 09 ,1 1 2 888 9 .11 8
14, 47 8,590,626 1,201,89 7,140,89 18579 1 10, 2 10,06,69 4,9 7
,223 364646 245,731 729 3 7,36 51,100,19 ,LN 392;0l
17,067,717 7,365,347 18,429,OeD 7,194.911 ,28.228.999 11,825,952 22,7o1,a29 4,368,178
660 21,049 98 52,803 i 1,
1716 66083 676 16, 1.46 18,4
1,526,851 6}7 5,J 1,4 !:,oC 561,3 1 ,4346,63 993.786 1,3250,198 46,552
7779 )1, 1 351,060 250,)10 755.870 577,908 1),l, 4;i41
322,679 158,153 205,338 131,966 398,528 228,110 E7A 99.908
SDeficit or other reverse Itom.








21
3.-


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE U-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS T STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH OLABS OF BKRVICO,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81, 1931 -Continued


Acconint


Total tfor regions


Southern district Western Aistriot
xortbw Anl esti Angi.p ne ntraim wsernI r.*iemn I AgU l!r.S


ABelgoeu
and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


and
apportLoned
to
freight


Sni
apportioned
to passenger
sad allied


rapport teaud
to
traight


I services I service
e I se
rvices B a muransw envown.


IV. TRANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE Continued
b00 Fnog ehoune expenses--Train .......... ........................ ......
401 Trainmen ................................. .... ..........................
402 Train supplies and expenses ...................... ........... .. .......
403 Operating sleeping oare .................................................
404 BStrnal and Lnterlocker operation ........... .. ..................
40 Crossing protects or ............ ... ............ .......................
406 Drawbridge ooer t or ............ ............... ..... ............
40? Telegraph and telephone operaelon ................... .. .... .....
b05 Operating float irg equipment .......... ..........................
409 Expresa dervios .............. ........................... .. ........ .
410 Stationery a.in printing .............. .................................
411 Other expenses .........................................................
414 Ineuran e ......... ............... ......................
U1.l Clearing wrecks ... .. ..................... ................. .....
416 Damage to property ...............................................
417 Danage to live stock on right of By ..................................
411 Loes and damage-Freight ...... ..... ..............................
419 Lose and damge--aggage ............................... .. ..........
420 Injurte to persons ....................................................
390 Operatirg Joint yards and termnalne-Dr ............................ ....
391 Opertin joint yards and terminals--Or ................... ...........
12 Operating joint track. and faollittlee-Dr. ........ .....................
413J Operating Joint tracKe and facilltles--Cr ...................
Total transportation--Rat line ......................... ... ........
V. TRANSFTRTATION--WATER LINT
431 Operat on rf vessels ... ............. ....................... .... .....
432 Operation o r terminsla ................. .................. ... ..........
43) Ino aden a. ... .......................... ... ......................
Total transportation in--Water line ............ .......................
T77. MTSOELLAITUS OPE'ATI',"I
l41 Dining and buffet service .......................... ........ ............
4842 H iotels and restaurants .................... ..........................
SGrain eleators ............................. ........................ ... ........
S oduo s power old ............................................. .... ........
Oth er m'sellaneous operations ...........................................
Total misoellaneoum operations ............................. .........
VIl. GENERAL
451 Salariee and expenses of general officers ... ......... .................
452 Salaries And expenses f lerks and attendanst ........................
45 Genezal office supplies and expenses .....................................
454 Law expe seB .. .... .... ......... .... ..... ..... ...... ........ .....
455 Tnosuroano ........................................ .. ...................
456 Reliet department expense ............................................
457 Psensons ................................................................
458 Stationery and printing ...................................... .........
459 Valuatlon expenBs ......................................................
460 Other expenses .........................................................
461 Gneral Joint faoilitles-Dr. ...........................................
1462 Oeneral Joint fanIlitte--Or. ...........................................
Total general expenses ............................. ...............
VIIIl. TRANSPORTATION FOR TNVBSTMLENT-OR. ..................
Total railway operating expenses assigned .................
Unassigned operating expenses apportioned ................
Grand total railway opoeratIng expenses ,...................


*4,509,198
is :eS
l359 85
4,101,633
1,059,493
745,728




326,97

259,255


l,573,592
6,088,5172


62,765,729
.026.737
9,013
727,310

494,559
269,338
18,3)8


37621.1

153,150
2113,156
16,873
1,378,992
3,790,211
1,593,414
9 0 l~f


14,177,144
15784,063
,805,018
1,287,498
1,010,990
197,520
84,991
92,682



125 .01
221,065
215,689

2.52 :374
1,523,507

3,608,668
2,398,170
1,530,680
a)4- *<*


$2,770,496
5,776,906




32:
1,8163


2511J69
102419

85,093

128,.917
6,215
597,634
2,217, 144
07,10
40.4 96)


15,985,421
5.e22,O96

1,721,046
1,036,48
1,200 3J2


519,125

266,39
265,:98



1,613,246


1.;42Bl


3. 82P. 610
6,530,725
1,341,64z









115,060

792;68


1,4796,10
946,363









E22,960

1,107,'E36


apportioned
to amemger
-- r---s


1.,186,844










234012
9.E95




184,699

771:21
1,966,

F9'.11';


143,075,330 53,754,260 132,310.915 .50,37.805 175,360,266 74,998,477 94,658,132 31.077,697


20,908 1 07,25 3q7611
,602,17 ,9W
66i 209,553 10,79 ___
21.574 4,308,715 383p,42 -



:R6 1 13,

15:,96 5,535 70,51 12395,701 307143 17.2 1 5.
111,771 3,753.271 290,923 3,909,698 919,1M8 7,259.299 255,.7 ,I2a6,63.


1,73

2.20:,37:
17,N882

2,18 532

5 900

81:1,3


600,658
2,01
830, 238
6,517
91,106


232,259

83511


1.711,673



6,565


416

51,139


462'09

916 0
103,762
170,184
18,:0


2,330,941
10,:

1,951,1
19,152



,21721

13,02


18,391.333 5.589,970 15,327,135 5,110,097 23,110,792 9,10oo.585
520,498 2,013 1,85.697 14.710 1,653,530 22,09


309.969 .1.2


309,972,536


ll4.B50.119


1.010


275.T74.6914


105.961L,979


378,4 ,983


4 9_9 t 1 3 ..... 3


49.790


18.747


3I1 ... 9 .. 9.


114,851,149


275,1484,M4a


105,983,726


1, 301



,1, I .
169,806 6007U






13.97.1460 3.9 4.055
1,483,691 10 50
199,140,617 67.421,606


199,4a,1143 6Ty,a218,l


______ ______ A S ______ ___


1B6,BZ1,1TI


428,01k


1.011,196


379.,511,179


61 4,249.185


,6,4
3,64,761
3A
3,058
6,179

9 a
1, 630:

: 862
17S2

31t,;9









22 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
32150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE H-.A--.IMMARI OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSEE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SIIICHINI, AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EAOH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1931

Total for districts

All districts Eastern district Southern district Weetern district
Assigned d sAslsgde Aane ed Assigned Assigned Assigned Aesigned
coount eand and and and arnd and and and
spoortt ned airport oned anport nned apportioned apportioned apoort ioned apoort ioned apportioned
to to passenger to Lo paveenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and called freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services sgefTjo e ree ee ces services service _s es service seice

I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES

201 SunerintendenOe ........................................ ................. $516,374 24.875 8390.3 59 17.083 13,no 01,337 $143,007 116,455
202 Roav.a y ma.r.ter -,.ce--Tard ... ................................. .... 552.026 44.910 346,Bo 7 15,734 2,1 1 7 233,2358 9.101
Road.a, manlaten.nce--Other ... ......... .............. .......... 19.32 3.529 11,2,601 1.906
203 Roadway--Deprecriailorn-Yard ............................................. 6
Roadwsy--Dep rCiai~t:.[.--Other ......................................... .... -
204 Undergroand power tsuee--Yard ..... ............................... -
Unriergrov nd QwG er tubes--O rtrer ...... ...............................
205 Undergrcnd power tube--Deprectiati..--Yar,3 ............................. -
.'ndergro n.1 power tuDes--DepreOiatitn--thber ............................ -
206 Tunnels anrd ubays--Yard .......................................... 9.139 4,910 4229
unnrela and subways--0Other .. .. ....... .................... .............- -
207 Tunnels uaid ubmays-Deprec tat i.--Yara .. .......................... 13.357 13.357
Tun els and sub-ays--Depreciasiln-.Other .... .. ..................... -
208 BrideE. treatles and culverts--4ard .. .. ........................ 35.989 19,915 250.,68 19,915 204 85,717
Bridges, treetle3, ara c,.lverts--ither ................................. 27155 3.918 11.538 1,145 15,317 2,770
209 hridre. trebtieE. .ani cal.erte--DeorecLaltir--Tard ..................... 80,03, 37,098 42,937
Bridges, trestles, ar, clvert--Derectait..n-- tner .................... -

210 Elevatid atruct xues-Yard ... ............ ... ...... ....... ........ 59.33B 1,180 58,158
Elevated t rjct iree--'it h r ......... ........ ...... .. .. .. ........- -
211 Elevated struci ares--Deprecilalor--Tard ........ ...... ..... ....... 20,562 20,562
Elevated atructi.res- Depreciati or-- other ... .. ........... .. ....... -
212 T ee- Tard .................................... ...... .................... .. 6 ,01 24,129 4 9.515 486 10,050 1035 1 ,44 ,60
Ties--Other .. .. ... .. ...... ........ .. I ..... 15,059 3.26, 12,186 1,182 2,873 2.106
213 Ties--Depreci.tton--Yard ........ ... ........... ............... ....... 1,793 1,793 -
ee--Depreciatn--Other ................................................. .................- -
214 Rails--Tard .. ........ ........................................... 275 ,39 3.397 190,771 5.972 3.16 57 81.502 d 252
Ratil--Other .. ...................................................... 9456 1.79 9,201 892 255
215 Rat I --Depreciation--Tird. ...................... ............ ....... .. 2 1 241 -
Raile--Deorec.iatil r,--ither ........ .... ..............................
214 Ciher t:acs ,,aterial-- ard ................ ..... ... ........ 47,L469 36.04 3514,717 9.512 3864 310 128,908 26,221
Other rac- -.aterial--th.r .. .... ...... ...... ..... .. .. ...... ..6,l9 1,77b 4,85 469 1,783 1.307
217 Otuie track .7K atse isal--Deprecta o Ln--Tard ................................ 2,05 2,053 -
O .ner tracK .. aterlal--DeprEcla Lon--. o er .................. ...... .. .
P1i Balleet--Yard ............. ................................. .... 4844 5065 0,371 936 d 18,097 2129
BallaO t--Otler .................... ... .. ... .. ...... ..... .. 9 6
219 Balleat.--Depreciat Ion--Yard ......... ...... ................. 54 54 -
Be 1 lasi--De rec atior,-- ier ....... .......... ... ........... ....
? c. Track layla and aurfac.ng-Yard .. ..... ....... ....... ......... .. 1,266,136 64,899 849,445 21,247 11.093 1,522 399 ,598 42.126
Track laylr,' aJ1 aurfac'.rg--Other .... ........ ........... ... .. ..... 22,729 5,993 16,769 1,o2b 5:960 4,)67
221 Rlght-of-way fencee--TY rd .... ... ...... .. .. .......... ....... ... 5,931 66 ,4057 62 1,874 4
Right-of-say fences--Other ... ........... .... .............. .. 118 77 16 2 102 75
?22 Right-of-way fences--fepreciation--Tard ................... .............. -
Rignt-or-way fencea--Deprecition--Other ................................ -
223 Snow and sand fenoes and enowsheds--Yard ............... .......... .. -
Snow and sand fence and snowsheds--Other ..... .. .... ............... -
?24 Snow and eand fences and enowsheds--Depreclation--Yard ...... .........- -
Sios and sand fence@ ani snowshede--Depreciation- -Other .. ..... ...... -
?25 Oroest.rne and eigns--Yard ............................................ .... 108,18 16,819 71,555 16,434 1,216 297 28,412 88
Crosstno s and Elgne--Other .................... .. ...... ................ ....... 5,26 790 4,825 467 440
226 Croesings and sLgns--Depreciation--Yard ..... .. ........ ...... 7,651 1.036 6,648 3
GroselngE anil signs--DepreBLatio.'--0ther ... ....... ....... .... ....- -
22?7 Statio, and office buildings ............................................ 174,333 162,581 91.,417 3,160 12,066 4,964 70,850 123,457
225 Statlon aln o'fitoe buil.1inra--Depreclattor. .............................. 102,401 19 ig4 -
?29 Roadway bulid nge ................... .......... ........... ....... 25,97} 2,598 14.953 199 1,76 168 9234 2,231
23'j Roadway buildLngs--nepreclatlon ......................................... 2,14 78 2 068
?31 Water stations .............................. ................. .... ... 9,304 1.317 5 0 219 779 913 89 8,172 ,49
232 Mater stations--Depreciation ............................................. 5,041 1,667 3374
'3 Puel stations ............................................. .... ......... 42,649 266 18 E6 2,495 242 21,598 24
2 :l se atione--neprec tion ................................... ......... 6,772 1, 7 45 9,2
235 Shope and engenoue .... ............... .................................. 129.36 20.946 76,641 9,734 5.60 586 47,262 10,626
236 Bhope and er.gtnehouses--Depre aticon ............ ....................... 20 7,551 2296
237 OraIn elevate re ........................... ............................... .1,154 1
J23 Grain elevators--Depreclation ..................................... ...... 73.088 73.0 *
Storage warehouses ...................... ....................... 7,20 172 7036 -
gtorage wLarehousee-Depreetation ... ................ ................... 22 95 215 2780
?41 Wharves and docks ........................... ....................... 5 ,291 24478 ,27
? W4 Wharves and docks-Deprecatlon ....................................... 21,464 10,460 11,004
d Deficit or othex reverse item.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


TABLE II.A-SL MM\i.RI OF PRIMARY (OPERIlING F.XPENSL .(COtUNrS OF (CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH OLASS OF SERVICE,
BY Di"TRILTS .INLI RL(lON'. FOR T1LE YEAR LNDED DECEMBER 31.1931 -Continued

rotals for distriots

All DsietrLori Eastern Distriot Southern Distriot Western Distziat
Asine sin sigeWesge sterne Distric


AoCaoun,


Aeeigned
and
apportioned
to
freight


Assigned
and
apportioned
to paseanger
and allied
serwtoes


AsesigneS
and
apportioned
to
freight
servnae


ABBLgnea
and
apportLoned
to passenger
and allied
servwircee


Asesgnea
and
apportioned
to
freight
seirvio


Aligned
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied
serviose


Aseigaa AMnga
apportioned apportioned
to to pa1eger
freight and allied
earvas efltfiage


I service i


1. MAINTENANCE OF WAT A&D STRU:TURES Continued

24 Coal an ore whares ..............................................
24 Coa and ore wnarv. a--Depreciation. .................................
24 Gas producing plants.........................................****** ****
24 e proda o in plants--Depre oltlon ...................................
247 Telegraph and xeLeo onae lines ....... ..... .... ..... .......... .....

248 Telegraph ard telephone lines--Deprecaetion ..........................
2 9 Signals and Interlookers.............................................
250 Signals and rterlockera--Depreolatlon..............................
251 Power poi damd, oanal, ae.d pipe lines .............................
252 Power plant 4.mn, canaine, and pipe lines--Depreclation................
253 Power plit buildings ................................................
25 Power plant buillidogse-Depreolaton..................................
255 Power substation buildings.......................................***
256 Power substation but lolng--Depreolition..........................
257 Power transmission systems ..........................................

258 Power transmiseen systems--DeporeoatLon............................
259 Power distribution systems ............................ ********.
260 Power distribution ystem-Depreoatto...............................
261 Power line poles and fliture........................................
262 Power line poles and fixtures-Dereaolatton..........................

263 adergr.onnd onduits..................................................
264 Underround oondult--Daoraeolaton...................................
265 Noel Ilneoa Btruoture ..................... ...............................
266 Miscellaneoue struotures--DepreoLaton............................. .
267 Paving ...............................................................
268 Paving-Depreolatlon .................................................
269 Roadway machines .............. .....................................
270 Roadway macnnes--Depreciation.......................................
271 Small tools and supplies..............................................
272 Removing snow, Ioe, and saed .........................................
273 Assessments for public impro'ements..................................
27 1ouie0 to persons ..................................................
275 Insurano ............................................................
276 Stationary and orinting ..............................................
277 Other expenses .......................................................
Total of aeoounts Woe. 201 to 277.................................

278 Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities-Dr............
279 Maintalning Joint traokE, yards, and other faollitlee-Or............
280 Equalization--Way and structures.....................................
Total maintenance of way and structures..........................
II. MAISTRWAnOE OF EQUT PMllT

301 Supertntendenoe......................................................
302 Shop machinery.......................................................
30 Shop machinery--Deoreoation .........................................
30 Power plant maohinery................................................
305 Power plant mashinery--Depreolation..................................

306 Power substation apparatus...........................................
307 Power substation apparatus--Depreclation.............................
308 %Bem looomotives--Repairs..........................................
309 Bteam looomotiveTs-Depreolation.....................................
310 Steam looomotivse .-Retiremnts......................................

311 Other looomotives--.Repair ...........................................
1 2 Other looomotives--Deprealation......................................
13 Other looomotiveo--Retiroments.......................................
31 Freight-traln cars--Repairs..........................................
315 Freight-train oars-Depreolation .....................................
316 Freight-train oars-Retirements .................................
317 Passenger-train onr--Repairs........................................
318 Passenger-train oars--DepreclatLon...................................
319 Passenger-train oara--Retirements....................................
320 Motor equipment of oars--Repairs.....................................


"1',291





294 558
117,0?05







1,909

5,369
2.145
2,509




447
-





1.967

12.216
16,514
1,9c8
69, 390

4,266
63,448
80,125
2,194
d 1.265


53,920

87.222



1,24

167



10,992
828



9
-

842

8,401
4,410

40
1,954
2,882
416
465


$11.214
L1.060
2

46,6679

181. 1





556
1.908

4,095
122
664



3.517
705

13,145
77
36,990
50,064
)3,233
28,1 AO

d2.6b7
91 16


51,358

20,012
















9



4-2

1,542
2, 228

1
843
23

449


S17


631

796



1.945











9

i-a

224

2,401


-
4,899
75
155


*6;

82

















d4

21

226
S












5038
a
16
I 6


4,713
'-.




15
S0

1

1,274
a,023






1,201

15,216

23.651
19,326



2,41
1,2441


2.14;7






1,248

167



10.992
52!








339
6,633
2,182



-~o


6.176.3)0 570,074 3,748,784 177,100 1g5.452 19.014 2,242.144 373.960
61.6 365 604,6 1 25 1,421 6 9 9 ,4
1. 161557.1 2 73,171 177. 28 18,279 1 2978 270:48 366756

5 629,963 13,287 3.480.294 165,594 6.042 1,981.075 7.245


4i2,211
95,612
29,242
18,494
4,781
641

2.738.Z79

-*
13,41



1,241,656
590,072


3581


18,541
4,844

47.0o6



92,959
171
2.578








10,748


312.839

9.727

641

2,003,091
615, 96




1,104,770
561,520


381


A Deficit or other reverse item.


2,287
-

-
-

"
-
-
-



.
-

-
-


12.140
2,152
1.157



75,880
2,261




o10,560


1,424
255
137



5,460
67







1,805


87,232

10




204,625
4,080



126 326


l4.830
4,589

46,924




1
2,578


2,552


1,96S
10,745


a3
32150







a. INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
321.50 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE 1i-A-BUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACE GLASS 01 BERV1CE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR TIE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81, 1931 -Continued

Totals for dittricte

All dietriotse astern distilot Southern district Western ditritot
.. i_- .. A A a
i* : Ans n iI ed is -ne


it. AITNTERANOC OF EQUIPMriIT Continued

Motor equipment of cary--De reciatlon ... .........................
Motor equipment of cars--Retirementa ..................... ..
floating equipment--Repairs ............... .. ......................
Floating equipment--Depreciation ............. ........ ..... ......
Floating equipment--Rettrements ............................ ......
Work equipment-Repeire ................................... ... .....
Work equIpment-Depreoat ion ......................................
Work equipment-Ratiremente .... ......................... ........
Miaoellaneoue equipment--Repairs .................................
Minoellaneous equipment-Depreciation .............................
Mieaellaneous equipment--Retlreo ents .............. ..............
Tnjuries to persons ......................... .................... .
Insuranne .... ................. .... ............. .. .............
Stationery and Printing ....................... ....................
Other epeneee ................................. ...................
Total of accounts Hoc. 301 to 335 ................... ...........
Maintaining jolnt equipment--Dr. ....................... ...........
aLntienr.ing joint equipment- Or. ..................... ....... ...........
Equal ation--Equtpment ............................................
Total maintae nance of equipment ................... .... ........
III. TRAFFIC

Superlntendenoe ........................ ..... ... .... ........
Outside agen .ne ................ ..... ...... .......... ......
Adver tlsing ........... .... ............... ..... ......... ......
Traffic ae ociatione ........... .......... .... .. ................
raet freight lia0e ........................ .. .. .................
Industrial and Im.Agration bureaus ............................... .
InOrance ...... .......... ... ... .... ......... .. ................. ..
Stationery and printlnt ......... ....... ......................
Other erpenese .............................. ...................
Total traffic .............. ..................... .......... .
IV. TRANSPORTATION--RAI.L LINE

Buperintendence ...... .......................................... .....
tispatohing trains .................................................
Station employees ..................................................
oeighin inspection, and demurrage bureaus ........................
Coal and ore wharves ...............................................
Station supplies and eazenese ........................... ..... .
Yardoasters and yard clerk ............... .........................
Yard rond ctore eand brakemen ..... ................................
Yard switoh and signal ender .... .........................
Yard en lg nemen .....................................................
ard motormanD .... .... ........................... ......... .......
fueli for yard locootive ...........................................
Yard sltisbag power produced ......................................
Tard switching power purchased .....................................
Water for yard loco notiveE .........................................
Lulr ant for yard loco otive .......................................
Other supplies for yard locomotives ...............................
lntinehouse expensees--Tard ........................... ............
Yard supplies and expenses .........................................
Train enginemei ............... ......................................
Train motormen .... .................. .............................
Fuel for train locomntivTe .........................................
Train qoaer produced ...............................................
Train power pirchaned ............................................
later for train locomoti fe ......................................
Lubricants for train locomotives ................................
Other supplies for train locomotives ..............................


apoortioned
to
freight


144,472
30,583


9.052
1,172
10,085
7, 405
364
31,517
,051


and
sport ioned
to
freight


414,472
30o,53

4u.376
30,0

24,759


49, 11
10,8s1
3,107


and
apportioned
to paseenger
and allied.
serv ca


and
apportioned
to
freight


67351
P31




194
256
2


-an.-
spoortioned
to passenger
and allied
-- -I -


apportioned
to paneonger
and allied


311


an3
apportioned
to
freight
.2e


8E6.915





1.082


93


--an!.
apportioned
to peasenges
and allied
--uaxo--


855





521


6,301,267 184,986 6 .96,334 32,287 105,283 12,354 1,259.650 170,34
98,129 -96104 2,025
212,797 157.559 195,036 2,257 6,514 7,502 5,2117 l147,50

6,186.599 27,397 4,834,140 98.769 4,852 1.253,428 22,5115


160,090 93 1016 5922
149,26 16 1
7,907 3 -



27,23 2 20,221 7,12 i

382.295 357 210,945 171.350 357


3,115,120




257, 3,43
61 923


263,]10
39:12.

2 2.
22,333



2,579


47,427
18,672
952,259


115,680
76456








2, 728
7,908




-

1,845

200


772486

1.383 8
26;,463

71,747
1,198,003

2,5 i,403

2,328,211

208,593
46


59,722

19,816


5 5
1,06
2 72


10,168

170,317



8, 60
28 763
43,192




1,2465




2%7


19 :
192, 67
185

12 ,985


61,172




62, 73
69,656

1,560



2 t1


1,211
24,278

4

,771
324
5,714

6.759

161


2,
-9


320,83
100,060



91,214


1,1 .239

717,253

77,190

17,986
1 0
70,210


2,517



139


A Deficit or other reverse Itam.


36,036
787,691








6, 502




15,251



in
2:19


Account


service servious e .......' I arre-a-w
e I








I


I












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II






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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS 38189
TABLE I.A-BUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOTNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EAOH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS., FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1931 -Continued
Totals for districts
All distirots ZEatern district Bouthern district Westarn ditletn
Aolt Assignd Assigned lgned Assigned Abeignef algie d Assigne d Arltm
Account rand and and and and sand rnl
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned appoxtioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to paassenger to to passenger to to pas ger
freight and called freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
servLee services service services service serves seorrIce gerflcBs

IV. TRAINBPORTATION--RAIL LINE Continued
400 Enginehouse ezpense--Train ..... ........ .. ....... 1 612,0633 1,5
401 Trainmeon ................. ................... ............ 6651 3 ?0 62,003 4- -2 1
02 Train supplies and expenses .. ....... ............. ......... 102,519 163 85349 1,76
L2 oper g .sleeping cars... .......... .. ............
S a1 and tnerlooker operation ....... .... ...... ........... 30,3014 21.858 206,759 .0,358 4,111 46 119,0 1,07
opr aro.ing Pro...i.n ........... .......... .. ..7 ..... ........7,759 15,076 7.925 9166 081 3,507 11.3,7 3.43
o Drarindge operation .................. ........ .... .............. ........ 1507 ,.: 55:77:1,0 1,: 5|| l
107 Telegraph nd telephone operation .. .................................. 51, 1 2,853 1 3. 822
l08 Operating floating equipment .............. ........................... 11,175 -11 175 3 9
409 Express service .................................................
i10 Stationery and printing .... .......... .................. ... 8 ~6 8 667 2,31 2; 1.6
413L Other expenses ........ .... ... 60,7 210 3,575 6510031v,
1ii insurance ........................................... ........... ..6010a 1,965 3 6519 1,000 d 601 106 20,551 .89
1 el r wreck&s.. ..... .................51 .....2, 89 -,1913 d = 20.527 23,63
Samae to property ......................... ....................... 517 32, U. i 652 30 255 B 9.269 32,
417 Damage to live took on right of way ..................................... 4 ,25 65 -
418 Loss and damage-Freight ....... ...... ... .... ............ 189,259 145,0o0 115 44,114 -
19 Losr and deinage- -Baggag ...... ....................................... .5 51 1 -
120 injuries to persons ................................................... 360,82 1,063 270,308 14,306 3,-405 :i 87,7,17
390 Operating joint yards and terminals-Dr. ............................... 516,284 328 492,190 ,728 19,36
j9 Optan oint yards and truinsls--Or. ................................ 2 u462 2.175,5 6999' 373,082 S4110 59.864 1,1 2i72.F11
O Oper'tn Joint racks and facilitlea-Dr. ..... ..................... 216,:2'96 .032 216,73 J.,2)3 434
413 Operating joint tracks and facililes--Or. ............................ .. j2b,08 7 ,151 312 10 .816 5.955 11.615 720
Total transportation--Rail line ...................................... 21,148.281 40,064 Il3,092,636 548,110 .M 6.507,555 46,01)
V. TRABBPORTATTON--WATER LTNE
431 Operation of vessels .............. ............... .................
432 Operation of terminals .............................................
433 Inoldental ............ ............ ................... ........___
Total transportation--Water line ................... .................
VI MIBOELLANEDUB OPERATIONS
441 Dining and buffet service .. ..................... ...... .... ... ...... ,- -
4422 Hotels and restaurants ............. ................................ ................. 1 184,022
413 o ln oleiato ............ ......-......... .................. ....... 22 -.
8tookrTe dl o ............................................................. 23890590 1--
44 Produoing power sold ................................................. -
44 Other miscellaneous operations ....... ................ .. ........... 35,859 35,8
Total miscellaneous operations ..... ................................ 458816 3968 238,905 39,648 219,911 -
VII. GEriRAL
S salaries and expenses of general officers ............................. 7,:1. 9 2599 266,960 3,46 6 1. 1 0 11 ,09
2 salariess and expenses of .lerks and atendants ......................... 7 ,1 3E:151 554 15.93, 976 72&
Ge a office ........plies d expeno.... ................................ 1.... 1 96 6,802 29 51 1
Los xr o esl .............................. ........ .............i:..... 86 21 2 1 80 1 57 4
5 Inmsran ........................................ .......... 1,92 2 -, 17" 1 6 5u
456 Relief department ez pnses ............................................. 1 64 691 11 -
457 Pensions ................................................... ............I u.... .179 1*2 09 66 41 6 I 66,
Stationery and printing ............................................. 1 1 .. .
Yalusslon expenses ................................................. ..8 18 ,4- 22 ,0) 8,0
Other expenses ......................................................... 09 S
1461 General joint faciltlelks--Dr .......................................... 6,716 6,716
462 General joint facilities-O.............................................. 76,732 82,716 56,306 23,069 371 338 19.52 55.339
Total general expenses ..................................... 1)...... 1936,436 9.554 1.274,162) 15,776 1,717 646,237 7,3)7
VIII. TRANSPORTATIOmI FOR INmTIIlT-o r...................... 24,656 2),841 6 809 -
Totsl railway operating expenses assigned ................... 35,717.734 130,307 24,207,76b 39,64 831,243 6,662 10.778,727 53),997
Unassigned operating expenses apportioned ................... 314,559 94 34,559 9s -
Orand atasl rallway ope lng ePenss ......................*** 35,752.93 130,401 2l,142,323 39,7t2 831,243 6,66E 10,778.727 83.997
i Defioit or other reverse Itm.







INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

371'0 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE ll-A-S'IUMMARY OF PRPI\AR) OPERATING EXPENSE ACI'OUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGdINS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1931 -Coniinued

Totals for region@

Eastern distrlot Bouthern dietrlot
l n E mngl.n.d r .leon aIJz.t L&Saeo regtn.. Central za tern reason lPonahontse regio
Asitgnea Assigned AeignedA Aseigned Assigned Assigned Assigned Aiagffe e
Aacount and an and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services coerioa services eriwte services service jerloeas

I. UAIRTENANCE OF WAY AOD STRUCTURE

201 Supe ntendence......................................................... 1 1 -****************************************
202 Roadway maintenance---lrd ............................................... ****** -
o dw y a ntenan e--Ot er.................................*************************** -
203 Roadway--Depreciation--Tard ............................................... .
Roadmsy--Depreoat ion--Otber............................................ -

204 Underground Cower tubee-Tard ............................................. -
Underground power tube--Other .......................................... -
205 Underground power tubea--Depreoiation--Trd ............................. -
Lrnierground power tLbeB--DeoreciaLton--Other............................ -
206 Tunnels and subwa s-Y- ard...............................................**- -
runnele and subwas--Other ..............................................

207 Tunnel and subwayB--Depzrelation--YTrd.................................
runnels aneo ubwayw--Deprecition--Olther................................. .- -
208 Bridges. trestles, and culvedst--Tard................................... 110,45 139,223 19,915
Bridges. trestles. and culvert--Other................................... -
209 Bridges, trestles, and eulvert-D-OeprOia&ilon--YTrd..................... 37.098 -
Bridges, treetlee, and culverts--Depreolatlon--Other.................... -

210 Ilevated etrdoturse--Yard .................................................*.. 1.10 -
Elevated struoturee--Otber..........................................****
211 Ele:ated atzuatures--Dprealatlon--Tard................................. -
Elevated truonture--DepreoiatLon--Other................................ 1.,5- -8 -,6 -
212 Tles--Tard.............................................................. 151 535 ,********************************** -
Tri a--Other .............................................................**** -

213 Tes--Depreolation-Yard.. .............................................. 1.793 -
TLes--DepreLatton.-Other............................................... -
214 Ralle--Yard.............................................................-...... 55 4 135'?88 5,872 -
Rat i--Other............................................................ -
215 Railo--Depreoiation--TYrd.................................................. 41 -
Rall e--Deprectlo--Other.................. *******..........................

216 Other track material-Tard............................................... 109,493 245,224 9,512 -
Other track material-Other .............................................. -
217 Other traok material-Deproelation--Yard................................ ,53 -
Other track material.--oepreolarion--Oter............................... -
218 Bsllaet-Tard............................................................ 13.670 16.701 96-
Ballast--Other............................................................ -

219 Ballast--Qspreciation-Tard.................--.................**...........**- 54 -
Ballast--Depreciation--Other............................................ -
220 Track laying and surfa ing-Tard........................................ 355,733 493,712 21,247
Track laying and surfaciung-Other....................................... -
221 ight-of-way fencoe-lTLrd............................................... 851 3.206 62 -
pight-of-way fences--Other .............................................. -

222 Right-of-way fences--Depreolation-Tard................................. -
Right-of-way fencee--Depreciation--Other................................ -
223 Snow and sand rencee and enowebede--Tard................................
Snow and eand fenoes and anowehean--Other............................... -
224 Snow and aand fences and enoehede--Doepreciation-Tard.................. -
Snow and sand fences and enowshods--Depreciation--Other................. -

225 Croasing and eigna--Tard............................................... 33,742 44.813 16,434
Croessinge and eigna-Other.............................................. -
226 Crossings and eignB--Depreciation--Tard................................. 1,036 -
Crossings and signs-Deprecia ion--Ozoer ................................ -
227 Station and office buildings............................................ 20,733 70,685 34,160
22S Station and office bulldlng--Depreciation ............................. 19,84 -
229 Roadway bu:ldinge....................................................... 4.009 10,944 199
230 Roadway buildings--Depreciation......................................... 78 -
W1 Water st lton .......................................................... 11,187 -19,032 779
W2 water stations-Depreclation............................................ 1,667 -
u3 uel statione........................................................... 10,048 8,508 -
2I4 Fuel stations--Depreclation............................................. 1,47 -
235 Bhops and enginehouses.................................................. 29,825 46,13 9,73 4
235 Shope and enginehouses-Depreclatlan.................................... 7,551 --
237 Grain elevators......................................................... -

235 Orain elevatore-Depreoiation........................................... -
239 Storage warehouses...................................................... 172 -
SStorage warehouse--Depreciation........................................ 215 -
241 f aroes and dooks....................................................... -50,291 --
242 wharves and docka-Depreolatlon......................................... 10,460 -










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS'.:

TABLE II-A-BUMMARI OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ALCUUNIS OF OLASS 1 SWITCHING AND 'ItRM1NAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS O BE3IWo,.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR TILE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1981 -Continued

Totals for regions
Eastern district SoBauthern tutriot
ow Et rklend region Great Lak* regisnj ntral E.stern region Poow lonne
Account A ptedre Assigned Anagned Ad Algnea As Igne | d &e e4e ABelen Ag lnae.. .
and and and anid and a
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apor t oned apportioned apportioned sportiloneid.
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to Paaeenger
freight and allied freight and al lied freight and allied freight and allied
service services ser-tid services serntie .services ee .lae eervoes

I. MAINlTENANCT OF WAY AND STRCIURFE Continued

P2 3 Coal and ore wr. arve ... ........................................ ... 111,274 -
24. Coal and ore wbarvec--Oepreotation ... .. .. ........................ 11,060 -
2.5 Ges producing rnts ........................... ................... 2 -
?46 Cai producing plants-Depreotation .............................. ...... -- --. -
247 Telegruap ar,a telephone lines .. ................................... 20,201 26,479 11,351 .
24o Telegraeh and telephone lines--Depreclatton .......................... -
2.9 Signals and interloocers ............. ...... ........................ 87, 3,466 20,012 -
250 BSignals and .nterlooers-Deprei&tilon ................................. -
251 Paoer ulant rams, canajs cnd pipe lines .. ......................... -
252 Power plant daes. canale, anM, pipe lineB--Depreciation ............ .. --
25) Power olant buildin e ................................................. 78 3,156 -
254 Power plant bulldilng-Depreciation ...... ............... ..........
255 Power substation buildings .. ................................. ...... 5) -
256 Power substation bulldir.ge--DeprecLation ... ............. .... -
257 Power transmislor. systems ... ............ 150 1,756 -
2'8 Power transetesion eystE s--Depreclatio... .......................... -
'X Power distribution systems ........... ......................- 2,119 1,97
260 Power distribution esytems--Depreclation ........ ..... .............. 122 -
261 Power line poles and ftiture ... .............................. ..... -
262 Pooer line poles &nd rixtures--Depreciatioo ........... ...... .......... ~ ~ -
261 Underground conr ults ... ..................... ............. ........ -
26L Underground condults-Depreci&tion ................................... -
265 secila.neus structure .......................... ......... .. ..... 1356 2,161 -
266 isoell.aneous struot.xes--Depreciation ..... ....... ............. .. -
267 Pavin ... ......................... ...... ..... .............. .... 705- -
268 Paving--Depreoiatior ................... -
2Ar. Roadway naohbineE ...... ............................................... ,564 7 581 482 -
270 Roadway actDLnes--Depreoiation ........................................ 774 -
271 Small tools and supplies ..................... ..... ............ 13,b96 23,294 1,54 -
272 Remo-,ing now, Lie, ana asnd .......................................... 22,859 27,205 2,228 -
273 Asseee.nirts for public improvement .................................... 1,699 1,54 1- -
27 I 3luirtee to person ................... .. .... ...................... 4,226 23, 04 8--
;75 InF oance .................. .. .. .. ... .. .... 8.556 22,490 2 -
7 Stat onery and orIntlg ............................................- 1.510 4,163 -
277 Otlher epenrses ..................................................... .4 d. .010 49 -
Total oi accounts goo. 201 to 277 ....................... .......... 1.356,716 2,392,068 177,100 -

278 ValnLainilg joint tracks, yards, and other facilittes-Dr. ............ 470,558 1 1 3 2
27 MlaltntalninF joint tracks, yards, and other facilittes--Cr. ... ..... 408.089 ,08 177428 -
?80 Fqualtzatlon--Way and structures ..................................... -
Total maintenance of way and structure ............................. 1,419,185 2,061,109 -
II. ILAINTE IANCE OF EQUIPMENT

301 Supertntendence ....................... ............................... 122,814 19025 2.2287
302 Shop machti ery ........ ......... ..................................... 25,705 0,22 -
303 dhop mahinery--Depreciation .... .................................... -
304 Power plant machinery ..................................... .. ....... 3,120 6,60 -
305 Power plant machinery-Depreotation .. .............,.............. -
306 Power pibetat Ion apparatus ............................................ 412 229 -
307 Power substation apperatue--Depreciation .............................. -
308 team looomo'tlves-Repalre ................................... ....... 790,603 1,212,84d -
309 Steam locomotlves--Depreoiat.Lon .... ........ .......................... 30,'74 311,5 -
310 Steam looomot ies-Retlrements ........................................ 7,948 1,4 -
311 Other locomortves-Repaire ........................................... -
312 Other locomotaves--Depreclation ....................................... -
313 Other locoaotivea--Retiremente ..................................... -
314 Freight-train care--Repalra ............................................ 206,593 898,177 -
315 Freight-train care--Depreooation ....................................... 57,539 *- 503.981 -
316 Frelght-train care-Retirements ....................................... a 151 -
317 Paesenger-train cars--Repairs ......................................... -- -
318 Passenger-train care-1DepreclatLon .................................. 3-
319 Passenger-train care-Ratlrements .......... ..........................
320 Motor equipment of oare-Repairs ...................................... -

o Deficit or other reverse item.








25
32150


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II.A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81. 1931 -Continued


Totals for region.
astern diUtrLat Southern district
1w I ejald r zeh n B stsMl Etern rerI -an PJof honlaf I arleln
Account a Read Ase.ned signedd Aslgaed Asiraled Assigned Assined ,As.igned
and and and ad and and and an
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to paeeenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
memose servizLU Jf l --_9 .Jgglne servijej services -eerice erviea2

1I. MAIlpTEANEOI OF EQUIPMENT Continued

321 Motor equipment of caoe--Depreciation ...............................
22 Hotor equipment of oars--oetirements ................................ ......- -
W Floating equipment--Repairl ..........................................******************** -
32 Floating equipment--Depreciation ....................................* 30 3
325 Floating equipmeot-Retireme ts ..................................... *
326 Work equipment--Repalre .............................................. 61*6 8lS,0 -.0
327 ork equpmet--Depreolaton ............................... ........ 9,291 20,-8 -
328 Work equlpment--Retirementa ................................**.****... 105
329 Mioellaneous equipment-Repalre ............. ................... ............ 1,25 1,
330 Miseellaneous equlpment--Deprecsation ............................... 2 3 21 -
3)1 Miscellaneous equipment-RetLrements .................................
32 Injuries to person ................................................... 14,16
SInuanco ................................... ............................. .- t '* -
S Stationery eud printing ............................................ 106
35 Other expenses ..................................................... 1 -******
Total of accounts loe. 301 to 335 .............................- 1.562.923 .373.11 $2,287 -
336 Maintaining Joint equipment-Dr. ..................................... .6.,71. -
337 MantainLng joint equipment-Or. .................................... 2 -4165 2,287 -
338 EqualLzatlon-Equlpmant ............................................ -
Total maintenance of equipment ................................... 1,521, 38 -,312,964 -
III. TRAFIC

351 Superintendence ................................ .- ?.222 69,9 -6 *
352 Outside agenaoes .................................................... -
35 Advertising ............................................. ........ ....- 990 5 ,.* --
5 Traffio aseooltatons ................................................. 1704 2. -
355 Fast freight lines .................................................. -
356 Industrial and immigration bureaus .................................. ,0 12 -
357 Insurance .................................... ...................... 10 12-
358 Stationery and printing .............................................. 9,780 10,t41 -
359 Other ezpene ............................... ......................... -
Total traffic .................................................... 62,812 148,133 --
IT. TRAllSPORTATIOR-RAiL/ LIIZ

371 Superintendence .............................................. 366 48,817 10,168 -
372 Dispatuhing rain .................................................. ..... 103669 6,28 -
373 station employee. ................................................... 570, 60 8 19 70.317
)74 Weighing, inspection aud demurrag bureaus .......................... 638 -
75 Coal and are wharves ............................................... -
376 Station supplies and expenses ....................................... 19,57 51,890 29744 -
377 Tardmasters and yard clerks ......................................... 1613 71,870 ,60
3)78 Tard conductors and brakemen ....................................... 1 50".93 2.0 65 80 -
79 Tard switth and signal tenders ...................................... 1011b 529 2 a 20 76--
0 Yard enginemen .................................................... 1,084,007 1,.0 31 13. 92
381 Tard motormen .......................................................
3 2 Fuel for yard locomotives ........................................... 1,041,154 1,27,057 -
8i Tar adlithlng power produced ....................................... -----
8 ard switchi ng power purchased ...................................... -
85Water for yard locomotives ........................................... -91.739 116,854 1,2-45
386 Lubricants for yard locomotives ...................................... .19 16 26,931 -
387 Other supplles for yard locomotives .................................. 17 6 2- 6,572 329 -
s6 mnglnehouse expen.ea--Tard .......................................... 310, 6,352 14,3051
389 ard supplies and expenses .......................................... 1,747 147,919 2,
392 Train enginemen ..................................................... 59.722 -
393 Train motormen ...................................................... -
394 Fuel for train looomotives .......................................... 19,816 -
395 Train Power produced ...............................................
396 Train power purchased ..............................................
397 Water for train locomotives ......................................... 5 -
398 Lubricants for train locomotives ................................... -
399 Other supplies for train looomotives ................................ 2- 7









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


389
3215Q


TABLE H.A-SUMMARY OF PIUMARI OPERATING LXPENSE ACCOL'Nrs oF CLASS I SWIICHINU AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH OLABB OF B EVICE,
.BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR rHE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,19031 -Continued

Totals for regions
Eastern district | outbhn i Unriot
ewll angeaM ren.op -ret Lakes rgRion Oentral astern region n FoaoaOla -a
Aoeount Assigned AssiB gne d Ass signed Asigned Ameignad L gnA Aigatd i Slga
and and and and and am, sad HaA
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apprtlaoned
to to pseIonger to to passeenger so to paneanger to to passeng1l
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight c allse
service mernalOs eriace services serwi ae erwineOs mriae servirus

IT. TRAnUPORTATIOS--RAZL LINE Oontinu d
oo0 Enginehouse arpanaes--Train .... ........... .. ... ... 6
:01 Trainmen ....... .s. ........ .............. ...
1102 Train supplies and Gzpsn@em .. .. .... $29,573 55.97 --
S tignal nd leneT ar operationn ... ............. 128.873 77,516 20.
40o Crosilng protection .. ......... ........ 9,167 134,758 9,166 -
110 Drawbridge operation ............................ .... 12. 2 1 7,796 -
1107 Telegraph and telephone operation ........ ................. 5,031 13,561 -
408 Operatl..g floating equipment .... ....................... 11,17 -
409 Ixpr' ds service ... .. .......... .... ...............
410 Stationery and printing ........... ..... ....................- 3063 1,604 8614
411 other expenses...................... ..... .......... i:48 2,27
'1 her entrance ................................. ............ 14,9 09 23.750 1,000 -
41t clearing wreak@ ......................... ..... It 19,52g
1b Do w n to property ....... ................ .... .... 13.2, 2 28 390
417 Damage to 11Te took on right of way ....................... 25 -
418 Lome and damage-rreight .................................- 46,649 9831 -
41 LoMe and damage-Baggge .................................... -196. -
420 Injuries to persons ........................................ 74.190 96.115 .,306
390 Operating joint yard and terminals-Dr. ....................- 25),747 28,44
SOperating Joint yards and tonlals--Or. ................... 733,720 -71227 373,082
SOperattng joint traoks and fa llitles-Dr. ................. 1 ?,997 2- 7 6,0 1
4113 Operatlg joint tracks and faalloiLe-Or. .................. .,028 2,076 6.
Total transportation--Rail line ......................... 5,675,051 8,417,585 -
V. TRASBPORTATIO-W*ATER LINZ
1431 Operation of wesel ................................................ -
142 Operation of terminal. ........................... ....... .
43) oaldental ........................................ .......................- -
Total mransportation-Water line ........................
V1. m XSELLANEOUS oPmuArlo8
4l1 DIning and buffet service .................................. ~ ,
142 Hotels and restaurants ...... ..............................- 39
1 3 Grain el elevator ............. .............................. -- -
444 Stookyards ....................................... ......- 23590 -
44 Produoing power sold .............. .........................
s other mlOullaneous operatica ............................ -
Total miscellaneous operations .......................... 238,905 39,6L4a -
II. OGWERAL
B5 alartes and expenses of general officers ................... 12,999 141, 961
2 alJrie and expeneeo of alerks and attendants ............. 23,172 3146 61
O1 General office aupplien and expenses ....................... 2,,? ~ 2, -
Law expenses ............................................... 3 48, -2
5 Insurance ................. ............ ..... ......- 863 514 -
6 Relief department expenses ................................ 159 8
7 Penslono ................................................... 12 9 -
Stationery and printing .................................... -1385 6"20 )
ValuatlIon expenses ......................................... ,204 97.133
Other e Ixp inses ............................................. -- 5 15.013
461 General joint folititea-Dr. ..............................- -79 7 069
462 General Joint fuoillties-Gr. .............................. 491 56.015 309 --
Total general expenses ....... .......... ............. .- 540,26 34,159 -
TiV!. TRAISPORTATION FOR IVITESTIWT--Or. ....... 16.673 7.16 -
Total railway operating expenses egnea ....... 9,440,982 14,666,782 39.648 -
Unlaignemd operating expenses apportioned ....... -- 34.559 94
Grand total rallway operating epene .......... 9, 40,982 14,701,311 39,7. 42 .
_________________ 1 _____________ k cow.


-- w.~~Sr







30 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
)21n3 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-A-SDM MARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1931 -Continued

Total for regions

Southern district Western district
Bouthe" rrron 0o thw a a rrLZEOn Oentral We tzn ragon -- outlem rlm -
asigned Asigned Assigned Ascalgd A gnL d Assigned Asigned Amared
Aooun laend and and ad and and ands aA
apportlonead pportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportlonad apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allLed freight and called freight and allied freight eand alted
se____e ser vice saerwloe erlvoes service oearvto servisere arv es

i. MAINTEHUNCE OF VAT AND STRUCTURES

201 Superintende.na .........................................................8*************************** 11 73 57,2 1a 179 017 $2,0 $, 9,0
202 Roadway maintenanoe--Tard .................................................******** 16 1 162 -25 1906- -
20 oadway maineprnaelo---tha ........................................... 16.71 62
203 Roadwy--DOreeiation-Tard ......... .................... ..*.. --*-***
Roadway--Depreciation--Other ......................****...................************
20k Underground power tubea-Trd ........................................
Underground power tuba-Other ........................................******
205 Underground power tube--Depreolaton--Tard ..........................
Underground power tubea-Depreoiation-Other ......................... -_
206 Tunnes aend subways-Tard ................................... ......**********-
Tunnels and subway--Other ..............................*********
207 Tunnelse nd subways--Depreolation-Yard ...........................- 13.357 -
Tunnels and subways--Depraoolatin-Othor ............................. 0- 1 67,- -
208 Bridges, trestles. and culvert-TYard ................. ...... ..... 204 17.295 7 67,94
Bridgee, trestles, and culvetr---Other ................................ 11,38 1,114 1153 3.781 2.770 -
209 Bridge:, treitle, and culverts-Depreolaston-Tard ....................- 2,37
Bridge, treatles, and cuT1erLs-Depreatation--Other ................. -
210 ZElvat.d struotures-T-rd ...........................................- 58.158 -
Ilovated etruture--Other ...........................................******************
211 Elevated structure--DOpreolation--Tard .............................. "
lvatd strctures-Deprotaton--ther ............................ 60
212 Ti:es-Yard................................................. .....0 3, 39 46 105,000 5,5
21 Te-Tard .......................................................... 12,186 1:1B2 2,873 21 -
213 Ties -Depr .c.atlon--Yard ............................................
Tes--Doeprocatton--Other ............................................ .7 288 2,71 19,0
Rails-Other ........................................................ 9,201 -2 187 -
215 Raile--Depreiat1on--Tard ............................................
Ruli--Depreocation-Other ....................**....................... -
216 Other track ntertil--Yard .......................................... ..,6 10 52,977 6.1 01 69.430 -
Other track material--Othor .............................36 6 :3 **07 ..
217 Other track materill-Deprootaton--Tard .............................-
Other track material-DepreoiatLion-OthTer ............................- 6,147 281 11,69 ,19
218 Ballast-Yard ........................................................ .*... ..* 6 -
Ballast-Other ........................................6..............
219 Ballst-DOepreolatiron-Tad .................................. ........ .-
Ballast-DepreciatOn--Other ............................................- .- ., .
220 Track laying and a.rfaclng--Tard .................................... 17. 1,2 112,13 37.5 ,7 29,912 42,089
Traok laying and surfaoing-Other ..................................... ,769 26 5,1109 70 -
221 Right-or-ay e oeM--Yard ............................................16 2 102 75 -
Right-of-way fences--Other ........................................... 16 2 10 75 -
222 Right-of-way fenoee--DepreoLatlon-Tard ........................... -
Right-of-way fence -Depreclation-Other ............................. -- -
223 hnow and sand fences and snowsbed-Yard .............................
Bnow and sand f:naee and anowahed-Other ............................
224 Snow and sand fences aed snowheds-Depreciation.-Yard ...............
Snow and sand fences and onowahead-DepreciatLon-Other .............. -
225 Crossing and aIgno-Tard ............................................ .1,216 27 13.713 1,441 12 13,258 76
Crosilngs and signp-Other ............................................. 41,825 467 440 32 3 -
226 roreeing and Lgn*--Dopreolation--Yard ............................. 18 6.50
Crossings and signs--Depreatto-Other .......................................... ,, 5- -.1 4.o6
227 Station and office building ..........................-............. 12,066 4,964 11,14 5,045 4,396 54,391 119,061
228 Station and off lo buildings-Depreciation ........................... 10786 1,6o 2 7' -0 ,
-29 Roadway buildings .................................................... 1.78 1 22 501 5 ,26
230 Roadway building-Depreolation ....................................... 00 -
231 isaer stations .........................................................9 2 ,186 4
232 IWatr statLon--Depreolation ....................................... 1...
233 Fuel etatons ........................................................ ..24. 29 458 24 g20 -
234 s ol stations-DeprB.lation ................................... ..... ....... 5,10 2 810 9,71
235 Bhops and englnehouses ............................................... 5,460 586 8,21 13.21 877 5810 9749
36 Shops and Ongioano-le5--Dopr acatton ........................ .......... 7 656 -
237 Grain elevators .............................................**.. -
23 Grain elevatora-DeproiaLtlon ........................................ 7,088 -
Bozage araau ..... ........................ .....* ....... ......**********
e aBt ge wareheouam-Depreaolation .....................................- 22,780 -
M IT.. and dewaa .................................................... 24,78 94,274 -
242 Wharves and docke-DepreclatLon ...................................... -- 673 10,3)1 -
1 t 'floit or other reverse its.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


TABLE Hl-A-BUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF BEBVIOE.
BY DISTRICIr AND REGIONS. FOR 7TE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81.191 --Continued

Totals for regions

Southern district Western district

Account fligntem r iAses -g-ed net rn sne hnl ed e.s. 1 t.ae as .. .A t .
appor toned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apport.onse apportioSan
freight and allied freight frdgtmht and freight and led frght d
service Servioes service esrvices service MrJlijea mgeiAA.o ssfltmlJ


I. MATiTERAICF Or WAY AND BSRUCTURES Continued
26 Coal and ore wharves ........... .... .......... .... .. ..............
24 Coal and ure wbarves--Depreciation ... ........ .....................
26 Gas producing plane ... ...................... ... .............
26 Gae producing plants--DeprecOiatin ... .. ........ .............
217 Telegrha n and telephone lines .. ........................ ... ...........
248 Telegraph and telephone linee--Depreciation ... .............
249 Signal and interlookers ... .......... .........................
250 signals and lnterlookers--DepreoIat on ..... ... ......... ....... .....
251 Power pliat dame, canals, and pipe lines ......... ............. .....
252 Power plant dame, canal, and pipe linea--Depreciatiorn ...... ..........
25 Power plant buildings ........... ............ .... ...............
25 Power plant buildinge--Depreciatiof ... .................... ...........
25 Power sub eation build ngs .................. ...................... ..
25 Power substation bull rigae--Depreciatl n ................................
257 Power transmission systems .......................... ..................
258 Power tranemIeetlon eyetemeg DO preoiation ................ ...............
22 Power distribution systems ... .......................................
260 Power distribution systems-Deprectatiln ........... .............
261 Power line pole and fixture ....... .... .. ........ .............
262 Power 1Lne poles and fixturee-Depreclaton ..... .................
263 Undergro.ind conduit ......... ...................... ..............* **
26 Underground condults--Depreclatlin ...... ..... ..... ..............
265 Miaeclas eous structure ............ ...... ........... ..........
266 MtioellaJeous etrumturee--Depreotlat on .............. ...................
267 Pa ing ....... ........... .... *.... ........................
268 Paving- Depreciation .................................................*
269 Roadway machines ......................... .... .................
270 Roadway mahinea--spreciatoon .. .......................................
271 Small tools and supplies ............. .. ................ .......... .....
272 Remo ing snow, letoe. and sand ............................. .............

273 Aaessements for public improvements .......................... ..........
27 1 InjurLee to persons .....................................................
27 Insurance ............... ... ...................... .... ........
27 Stationery and printing ........ ........ .. ...........................
277 Other expenses ............ .... .....................................
Total of account Beo. 201 to 277 .. ... ...... ......................
278 Maintaining joint track, yards, and other facllttes-Dr. ...... .......
279 Malntaining joint tracks. yard, and other facility ee--Cr. .......... ..
280 Equallzation-Way and structures .. ........................ ..... *** .
Total maintenance of way and structures ..............................
II. uMAITENAHIOE OF EQUIPMENT

301 Superintendenoe .................. .. ........ ... .. .... ..
302 Shop machinery ....................................*........* *** **. *
303 Shop meahLnery-Depres nation ............................. .. ..........
304 Power plant machinery ................................................ **********
305 Power plant machLnery-Depreciation ............................**........***
306 Power suberation apparatus .................................. ** *......* ** *
07 Power substatLan apparazue--Depreolation ..............................
08 Stean loomotlvee--RepalrB ......................... ..................
309 Steam locomotisvo--Depreolation .............. ............ ..........
310 Steam locomotive --Retiremente ... ......................................
311 Other locomotiven--RepalTs ....................... ......................*****
312 Other looomottvea-Depreolation .................... ....................
31 Other looomotiven--Retirements ............................ ............***
314 Frelght-train oars--Repairs ...........................................
315 Preight-train cars--Depreciation ............. ..........................


Treight-train are--Retiremet ..............................................*.*..****
Paesenger-train care-Repaire ............. .............................
Passeager-train cars--Depreolation ............. ......................,
Passenger-train cars--Retirements ...........................*...........
Motor equipment of care-Repaire ............. ........................****** *


$17


631

196



1,945










9



224
2,401



4,89
75
15B


165

82
















d 4

21
226



503
16


2,638

5.695 -
491 -


175





2,023 -






179 -

879 -
52 -
3.657 -
12,928
50
4,055 -
16,2 99
1,086 -


155,452 19,014 464.632 I


1 ,21
18,279


4 I I 1' T
165. 11q16 6.oha 1602,122


6
1.978


6113

16,986




















2.89b
,97
7

423




1,619
278

183, 895

51,827


67

940


















43
972
117


195
33

22,146
In
14.944

7,245


168 594


12.140
2,152

1,157


75,s80
2,261




10,560


1,424
255
137



8,460
67







1,505


37,650

5, 10
1 166
972


167,316
59.798



70,671
27,530


9,881
2,430





51,217







A-__


2.572








10,96
10,746


t -











3 .


1,081
1,845




1,015
15,216
i.843
17:.67

186




1,593,617

15!,756


-

66,18


















W6
10.19















375


351.512
39 ,1


1,446380


3.809


141, 475
120,778




43,004
977

4,562


82.2al


82,2


& Deficit or other reuers Item.


'RI'S


L
4 Don'tIt or o'dso reverse i ol.


132.


6.042


402,122


861 594








32 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
32150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE 11.A--SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVIOE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1981 -Continued
Totals for regions

Southern district Western district
1nuthsrn raglon Bthh t Mfm zlag .. OCentraTl We itzrn riLon Bouthwe1a m arSlart
Account Aeigned Assigned Assigned AMEigned Amigned Assigned Assigned Assigned
and and and end and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportloned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to 1to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight atd allied
tmariLOA entoss neal-. l 5 frr5ln sa--- lrl, lJ rnai- azln m --wa n-

II. MAIrrENAiEI OF 0 QUIPMNT Continued
321 Motor equipment of are--Deprealation ......... ... -
322 Motor equipment of cars--Retireente .... ............. -
321 Floating equipment--Repare. ...... ...................
24 Floating equipment- Depreolation ..... ....... .......... ....
325 Floating equipmet--Retirmente .... .... .. .. ...... -
326 Work equipment--Repaire .... ...... ...................... 7 $1 28 208 $21 $07
327 ort qupmnt-Deprecltion ....... .... ............... .. 231 1 12
328 Work equipment--R l rements ................. ....... -. 1, I -31
329 Mi.celianeous equipment--Repaire ............. ...... 18 0
0 Mtellaneous equipment--Depreciatlon ..... .. 1 10 234 6
331 MlHncllaneous equipmenl-Retirmente .6.......... 8 1027 05 296
) 8 IT jories to p r on ................ ... .... ... .....
Z. Bd printing ... 86 34 1535 817 163 2,272 1l9
)35 Other expenses ...................... ... ....11 9 -
Total of accounts Noe. 301 to 335 ......... ........ 105,23 12,354 391,704 112,372 22.545 755.57, 147.800
3536 Maintaining Joint equipment-Dr .... .. ............... 2,024 I -
337 HaltalaIng Joint equipmeni--Or. ... ... .................... 6,514 7.502 5,247 147,00
338 lqualisatLon--Equipment ..... ... ..... ............... -
Total maintenanM e of equipment ..... ......... 98.769 4.852 385.481 112.372 22,545 755.575-
II1. TRAFFIC
351 Superimtendenoe ....................................... 14,163 14,042 93 29,717
352 Outside agenclee ..................... ......... .. ... -1 24 5 162 50 03
Sdvrtlin ..... .... .............. ........ ...... ..... .- ,006 ,26 ,11 8
35 Traffi aeeociatione ....... ...... ................. 916 424 2081
355 ?ast freight lines ........... .................. .... ... -- -
356 Industrial and immigration bureau ....................... 1,634 -
357 Tneur&nce ........................ .... ..... ....... .... 5 15
358 Stationery and printing .... .................. ......... 1,427 3,345 22 230
359 Other expenses .............. ........................ 0
Iotal traffic .. ......... ............... ... ....... 21,638 53.795 357 95.917
IT. TRAlBPORTATIO5--RAIL Ll.iA
371 Superintendence .......................................... 11.15 1,223 114,233 38,840 3.,448 167.60 32,548
372 Dispatching traa ........ .......................................604 47 11.633 4,821 5,259 83, 092 940
31 Satlon eaployeo ......... .. .. ...... ... ........ 192,677 24,275 672.909 203.533 27,360 470,693 760.3
S igh lg, Inspection, and damurrage bureau ............ .. 7,28 46 231 -
575 Coal and ore wharves ................... ........... 18 -
376 Station supplies and expenmae .......... ..... ........... 12,985 4,429 59,791 6,234 10,114 25.169 71.393
377 ardmasters and yard clerks .................... .... ... 62,713 3,77 223,95 106,037 3,71 521.790 59.390
378 Yard conductors and brakeen ................. ........ 9020 1526 5 1152,9 1 18
79 Yard switch and signal tenders .......................... ;,296 324 84.697 22,18 72, 65 108,60
80 ard esnginemen ......................... ............... .61,172 5,714 292755 103,857 3 5727 10,866

381 lard motorman ........................................-...- -
32 ruel for yrd locomotives ................................ 69,656 6,759 170,823 72,b617 2,548 473,813 89,079
388 Tarf switoting power produced .... ....................... -
Tard switchin power puarbased ...........................
5 ,te for a locootive................................ 1,560 161 8,615 8,524 299 60,051 6,203
386 Lubricouts for yard locomotives .......................... 595 333 4,316 2,2 80 11398 1
387 Other supplies for yard locomotives ...................... 2,253 12 2,689 3,73 232 9,200 1,
388 Eginehouse expenaes--Tard ............... .............. 29341 2,175 55,277 50,531 1773 80,812 13,50
89 Tard supplies and expenses ........................... ... ,4 238 24,789 6,91 172 40,508 31,024
92 Train enginmen ..................... .................... 1,890 2,508 -
9) Train motormen ............ ................ ......... .
394 ruel for train locomotives .................................- 2,517 1, 45
J95 Train power produced .......... ..........................- -
39 Train power purchased ......... ...... ........... -
397 Watter for train locomotive .. ...............................- 272 200 -
398 Lubricnts for train locomotvea ......................... 84 54 -
399 Other supplies for train locomotives .......................- -- 139 90 -


d Deficit or other reverse item.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION -.mil
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-A--SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH OLALB OF BIBVIOEW
BY DISTRICTS A ND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 3,. 1931 -Continued-

Totals for region

Bouthern district Sestern district
j:Iihin iieto flfrl ester i tre on Centreal Wentern A Bmi mwn a"FT .
Account ged sgee Assigned amnam Aswan A41::r
aud aA and anda and
appo rtoned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned appeorlicet4
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to pausuMw
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied f ight a, tL alidL
ervitoe services se rv ice services service services e ro rlf..


IT. TRANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE Continued

Enlgnehouse expensee--Train ............................................
Trainmen .. ................... ............................. .........
Train suppllee and expenses ............................................
Operating sleeping cars .... ............................................
Signal and Interlooker operation .......................................********
Crossing pro tion ........... -............... *******................... ........* **
Drawbridge operation ................................................*************************
Telegraph and telephone operation .................... .............
Operating floating equipment ............................................
Express service .........................................................
StatLonery and printing ................ ...... ******************.. ..........
Other expenses ....... ****************** ** ** *** ..................................................
Insurance .. ..... ....... ....................................... .
Clearing wreoa ............ ........ ............ ..................
Damage to property ....... ... ......... ..... ................ .....
Damage to live stook on right of way ... ........................... ....
Loes and damage-Frelght ............ ... .. ......... .....................
Loae and damage-Baggage ................................................
Injutlee to person. .. .......... .....................................****
Opera&tLg joint yards and erminale--Dr. ...........................*****
Operating joint yards and terminale--Or. ..... ...... ... ............
Operating joint tracks and fac llitles--Dr. ...... ................ ......
Operating joint tracks and facilities--or. ..............................
Total traneportation-Rall Line ......................................
V. TRANSPORTATION--WATER LINE

Operation of vessels .. ........................ ... **......... .......
Operation of terminal ................. *********** ** ..............................
Incidental .......... ....... ...............******************* **
Total transportation--Water line .....................................
VT. NMIOELLANFOUB OPERATinrI

Dining and buffet service ...............................................-
Hotels and restaurants ..................... .. ..........**************** ..... ....
Grain elevatore ................................ ........ **..........* **
Btockyards .. .................. .................................* *
Producing power sold ......................... ...........................
Other iscellaneaous operations ..........................................*******************
Total miscellaneous operations .......................................
VII. O IERAL

Salaries and expenses of general officer .... ............... .........
B&larles and expenses of olerke and attendants ........................-
General office supplies and expenses ..................................
Law expenses ...........................****...............**** .........
Insurance ............. .................. ... .. ........ ............* *
Reltlr department expsnees ...............................-.............***************
P tona ons ........ ...... .. ..... ... ***** *****.***.. ....**. *
Stationery and printing ................................. ...........***
Taluation expeneeB ......................................**...******-***......*******....**..
Other expenses .................. .............................*********........******.....**
General joint facilities--Dr. .. ...................................-.....
General joint facilltis--Or. ...................... ......* .*********
Total general expenses ....................................*** ..........
VIII. TRAkNBSP ATION FOR TwIlSTIE T--Cr. ..................
Total railway ope rating expense assigned .................
Unassigned operating expenses apportioned .................
Grand total railway operating expenses ....................


314,162
14,?lk


3,928






63
115
3.4105
4,728
84,110
dEnaE


$1,076
426
3,507




310
106


4




59,561
11 dila


81,787
177

6,88I




12,S




20,654


.- ff


1,a221
18,250
6,294

72


12,401




1.153
12.383

3411,9
8 024


757
1,074


7



191





23"



720


100,577
56, l3



0,780

,i55





g:87


-5S













1,710,0)3


5148,120 d S,9 1,850.884 512,462 46,o1 144, 189 -o


















29;66 279.5 9.6g 9
1514,uu





5"-- 3 8 9
-- lell _______





1,3164 P601, 1 4 96 9a go6 >




'*HT~~~1 44 7.H :%4 ^T 70
10 1 1 1






374 331 6,165 2.515 235 1,172 9

15,776 1,717 201,27 53,501 7,537 359509 __


4 4 1 t r 1
un.nb~ 2.s6u .ssa 535,703
53,~Yf


-V- I -J
531,3143 a,56agsa 5514,703 a, ,yyi


.1 -.- 4 2 $6t91


7,31m7


7,021,071


f Deficit or other reforS It=.


93,99S


894.703


7.o0.


L_


072


R 86E.95g


B3ly9


135 545


894.703


2,962,952


$31.243







INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II- ''31MARY OF OPERATING REVL.NUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES BY CLASS OF SERVICE WITH OPERATING RATIOS. OF INDIVIDUAL
CLANS I STEAM RAILN\ABS. FOR THE EAR ENDED DECEMBER 31.1931


I Railwa e O
Derating n


Total


Assignable
to freight
ervilos 1/


-saa e ..nni waJ aevein um


Assignable
to passenger
and allied
seBBrvie I/


Total


I t I


Eastern dlstrint.........................................
New England region ....................................
Great Lakes region.....................***...***** ***..........
CS ntran Estern raglao ................................


Southern dietrot................................**********....**
Poolnontas region.................... ........... .
Sout.er region. ..........................."..''..''"
cont5 dietriot........................................
Northwestern reaglon...................................
Central Western region................................
SontOWeeLerI region. .............,....... ..... .........
All district ....................................
EASTERN DISTRICT?

NIEl ENGLAND nEGIOS

Bangor & Aroostook R.R.Co................................
Boaston Ment a 8.R.................... .. ..............******
Canr-dan atIonal System: 2/
Candtin Natironal Lines In New England ................
entTl Vermo nt ny., Ino. .......... .................
Canadian Pacific System: V/
Canaalan Pacllc Lines In Maine .................. ...
C'.adIan P&olfia LInes in Vermont......................
Maine Central B. Rr. Co..................................
Wee Raven system: V/
ew or ew Hen Hartford R.R. Co............... .
e' York onneting .R.Co ....................................
Rutland R.R.Co...........................................
ORLAT LAKES REGION

Baltimore A Olo Syastem:
Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Ry. Co.................
Canadian National System:
Grand .unik Western R.R.Co ......... ... .......
Dealawre & Budson R.R. Corporation.......................
Delaware. L&okawanna & Western R.R.Co... ...........
Detroit A Maokinam Ry. Co................................
Detroit A Toledo Shore Line R.R.Co.......................
Erie System.
Chicago A Erie R.R.Oo .................................
Erie R.R.Co ..........................................
New Jersey & New York R..Co.........................
Now York. Suequahanna & Western R.R.Co................
Lehigh & Huldson River Ry. Co....... .. ......................
Lehigh & New England R.R.Co.............................
Lehigh Valley R.R. o.....................................
Monongahela Ry. Co.......................... .............
ontor G .............................,....,. ,, .........
New Raved System: .j
lew York, Ontaro & Western Ry. Go ........... ........
HNw Tork Central Linesa:
ew York Central R.R.Co...............................
Pitttburgh & Lake Erie R.R.Co.......................
leow lYork, Chicago A St. Louts R.H.Co.....................
Pere Marquette Ry. go....................................
Pittsfburg A Shauut R.R.Co................ ....... .......
Pittsburgh A West Virgints Ry. Co........................
Pittsburg, Shanut & Northern R.R.Co.....................
Ulster A Delaware R.R.Oo .................................
Wabash Syete:
Ann Arbor R.R.Co...... .............................
Wabash Ry. Go... ...............................


Amssgn:d and AIgsoe. aun
apoortio ed to apportLonad to
freight paasenger and
service I/ alliLed ervioes


Total


right
emiMo


Passenur


S8186 701911 61 a,95,251 186 509 660 659,9 6,57 4g1,26 2,767 1781 0 .,19 80.61 7. 95. 1


79. 243 658 635.5"J.989 10 .679.66 64.659.727 5424,87.8o 1.801.867 76.28 66.8 f lbT,.1
U-3,b55 9 g1,974,6 139 83, 0b b 85751

515925L4;069 596 87248,05 456,S3,685 301;977;536 ll4;87,810 82.0 .6 129.Z45
1 580, i7 952 1,30b,509 47 274.128.477 1.192,072.945 854 17.906 337.655019 75.42 65.40 123.17
75,565,361 598,04 6 17 525 8 0,34 53,7 9,51,9 1 : ,24185 72.93 5.6 111.3
360:,22,710 Io64,42 9,758,28 66,90471 99,22 6722 73.97 64.13 135.50
4,188,343,21- 3.359,752,91? 828,590,327 3,223,574,616 2.305.358,533 918,216,083 76.97 68.62 110.82


57,?:7,978
.1,115,927
6,530,030

2,v6 ,794
14,890,650
100,:10
2,11,5'2



12,722,j65
19,:78,020
30,672,040
58,674,8s8
1,000,892
2,905,032
10,926,396

4,171,278
1,998,42
4,1075 9
4,634,510

2,126,657
11,342,979

17, 836,:1549



2,995:41

89 ,363

1:9163, 326


6,229,179




1861,37195
ii,6oo9l6
55,764,290
2,002,431
2,762,202



11,995,256
17,65",944
27,097.U20


2,905,032
9,795.0114
66 ,y?64
277,476
3,558,895
1,905,709
4,0o 90,
42,858,41&
.,583,203
2,119,255

8,743,439
6,450, 16


921,273
2,875,415
1,256,117
384,709
,80,6,581
42,913.265


656,021
17,8 3,162
261,556
1,389,998



3,290,482
4U566,60]




727,079
2, 123 076

152,619







1 37
12131,352








2,177,012
12,697,01

16,700
7,166,213
513,907
5,402
2,599,540
126,71,31g6

2,177,082
2.667 061
lr,?88
29,726



173.924
6,e50,061


4,899,630
U2,2;5,621
1,834,748
5,738,161



U.553.751
69,113,722
793.912
4.076,165





7 ,
10,748,346


42,140,666
734,866
1.641,953
6,881,212
1,158,915
3,025,681

1,427,476

2,257,515

1,390,954
8,250,514
307,065,681
5,518,775
28,?17,786

2,2K8,406
1,014,181
8%5,1S5

3,420,015
42,024,255


24,847,0 2
S1,266,924
49,1072,49

1,5000,47
870,876
7,62649577
36,466,210












174,2 6
2,12,6816



9,178,949
14,5823,01
32,902,0k5

1,641,953

5,?41 622
2,011,815
1, 26,7
,89,745
2,080.26,4
1,359,916
6,574,149




640,523
2,154,5818
935,650
302,001
3,083,303
33,549,509


Includes a proportion of unansigned.
Bee also Great Lakes Region and Northwestern Region for this system.
See also Horthweetern Region for this system.
See also rsaat Lakea Region for this system.
Bee also Central Eastern Region and Central Western Region for this system.
See also New England Region and Northwestern Region for this system.
Bee also New England Region for this syets.


1,014,159
17:378, 539





3,92,27:


1,883,504



1,569,397
1,8,400:
2 08: 7
13,238,21



1,541,610
15,653,883

1,016,867


179,555
1,038
1,676,365
10, 022,729
,904,24;
4,016,691
4.250,




336,42


71.16
73.07
129.58
87.87



77.59






84.48


764
73.42
56.52

2:060
72.514
71.41
78.23
81.92
48.72

65.47
72.74



77.47

77.39
71. 62


85.4


62.7













76.5;
962








73.52

56.52



56.53





75.19
790.40
76.52
83.96











5578. 15
7.














78.88


119.83

172.114
118.30
119.35
7g.26
105.4



215.85
18D. 42
T1:
174.97


26.26



150.96
229.11


19.28
64.49
82.87
209.51

1184.




193.60
130.79


32150


District, region and railway


I I I I


I


Ra way operate s


y op rating ex s


............. B


.... 'd J. q.,


*irn t7-' 5m


dk4 I "


m7 7


1 46 841 44


1 l .. .


8* .





INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS l

TABLE Ill-SU MMARY OF OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES BY OLASS OF SERVICE. WITH OPERATING RATIOS, OF DINMVIDUAL
OLASS I STEAM HALLWAYS, FOR THE YIEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1981 -Continued
Railway operating revenues Railway operating expense Opierating malitn
iAeignable Am igned and assignedd and
District, region and railwato passenger Total apportioned ap ed Ttots aeSi t a msez
District, region end railway Total to freight and allsed freight paseng Trand. a ni
service / ern cen / merce / llted services / ivlose

EASTERN DISTRICT Continued
CENTRAL EASTERN REGION
Akron. Canton & roungstown Ry. Co......................... $1,915,656 $1,895.971 $19,715 $1.345,1404 01,291,279 $54,125 70.23 68.11 ali.g
Baltimore a Ohio Syitem: !/ ___
Baltimore & Ohio R.R.Co o................................ 158, 4,6B7 136.022,425 P2, 202 11,91, 89,1,096 3 .
Buffalo A .SquehannaR... orpoT.loD .................. 1.556,43i i :,18, M661 :,3,21l:38,3 B":356 32.70 8:.15 i.i
j 'tan Island Rapid Trannli By. 0o ..................... 2.60, 8991 9 19 74,. 7o 1 ,638,310 5,35,8o l. ,. O 72.1 a :
B.Bsem Lke R.Ro....CO............. ...... ......... 1,770 65:3 5,9:3 a
Chicago a Eatern Illinois Ry. Oo......................... 15,135,961 12,1,19 2,9851 13,7,652 10,032,891 3,671,761 90.4 92.5 2.95
Chicago Illinole Midland By. Oo.............................. 2.735.2. ..,2,670,053 65,775 2,094623 1,889,068 2055.o 7.5 8
Chicago, Indianpolis A Louisville By. Co ................ 11054,80a 9,297,181 ,7721 8,79,059 6,703,1" 2.014 910 9S
Detroit, Toledo & Ironton R.H.Oe........................... 5,751,167 5,70,7006 3 1 ,031,005 3.705,975 2l5u 30 70.05 .
olgi, Joliet & western By. Co............................. 13,3 164 13,3 M,104 60 11,323,073 11,323,O7 814.87 8.a8
llinoie Terminal Co........................................ 317329 1. 021 1,129,308 4,241,935 2,6, 01 1472,034 67.15 53.3 130.35
MS uou^-Iltinoti RR.Oo I............................... 1,323,040 1,290, 198 32,542 992,343 882,04 110,297 75.00 68.35 338.94
Pennsylvanlia System:
Long eland P..Oo ...................................... 6,036,102 9,716,746 26,319,656 295,29 5,031 1,150,116 66.4 6.96
Pennsylania R.R.Co ......................... ... .4,090,279 328,05,107 120,0 7 352,65,931 23597,75 116,891,177 78.75 7.37
Atlantic City R.BOo..................................... 2,711,189 1,200,266 92 2,59 19610,92 2, 89 101.8 .4, 16.57
"1..... o .000 008 2 2 U 1 6
central R .R.Co. of NI w Je e............................. .39A41 831 1, 00000 ,4 82 29,41,5 100,765 70,0 746 113.
Readng Oo.... ...................................... 70,61,089 ,943151 ,670,8 9,0 60 1,200 12,
eeern Mylnd Ry. 00 ..................................... 14 1102 1 18,090 9296 ,6 901 8857,87 7
Wheelnrg A Lake Sris Ry. Co ............................... 11:617,713 : 863L 179,079 9,25066 8,773,95 2,081 79.6 76.70
SOUTRN DISTRICT
POCAOEOTA8 REIO
Ohebapeake A Ohio y. Co .................................. 1i9,552,170 Ili2,31,,S:7 6, ,e 7"M,4 97,861 62 O9721,1 12 ,3 6 a.ll 196.
7 3 '6:3:90 s .914 142 : 1F 6 411
cmond. rederioksburg A Potomac R.R.Co .................... .9 1 s.161.9 '153,507 65 256 S,947 5.99 :A 315.15
Virglnean aby. 0 ........................................... 15,33 ,. 15,0, 53507 S
BOUTH]Sl REGION
ntlenti Coaeast Lin e eoctem:
Alanta 5 Wet in R.oo .. ............................. 1, ,296, 26 520,214 1708,022 1, 94 03
Atlanta. Birmingham A Comet R.R. Co ....................... 27,528 ,019,03) 3 508,495 3 O 6 799 7.01 2 .o
Atlantia Comet Line R..0o .............................. .. 085,005 j,oas 4 3.79:1. ,1,181,71 ', i. 132 5g25 74.85 70..
Oharleeton a Wetern Carolina o y.Co....................... :215,0 2M,352,35 0 11,12,9 :''28901 71! 56.11 1
nof id R.R.Co .................................. .5,410,19 53,287,1145 123,1 7 3 530,509 3: 71,0 S9,06 65.26 61.47 2.97
Georgia R.R.. Lemene Organieatidn ...................... .. 4,036.:421 3,7L.g,027 5l,13914 3562,014 2,80l.326 753,65 885.25 50.19 i.j7.69
Lo, lvlle A Nashville RN..C .......................... 7 9 1 4F6 22, .321 4,60. 55,_2,.,8?6 17,359,72 8



Gulf, Mobile A Northern 8ymtem: 2,6,3

Illinoic Central Byatem: go 56 Bto ci 14 96 0y16.
G.ulfte Shi ...of Al .2.a.. ................................3.... ..,s,,, ,.o CF O B,,,t 9, ..,,f :
Ctl,. of Geri l. Co...................................1 10.oga 12.0 a 8611
Gllcm Central N.l.Co............................... ...99,09,,9 ,754,135. 6.,1, 0579:51 5 5,,25,4 m: : .2 1
eoraO & FlieridNppH Valley 2...0.. ...................... .17,692,217 15,414,727 2,d77,190 11,217,99 N4,67, 90


See ale. Southwestern Region for thyi 0ytem,






)6 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
,2150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE IU-hbUMMARY OF OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES BY CLASS OF SERVICE. WITH OPERATING RATIOS, OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31.1981 -Continued

Raillay operating revenues Railsay operating epens ____Operating ratios
Sregin ad na, ble Assignable Assigned and. Aslted and
Distriot. region end reilwy Tot na pasnnger Tot aportoned to appor d to Ter
Total to frght a n led t freTght ol TorO A
-ea r v i c a l..d ae i e d e. ig t. p aS s e -ng e r e n d ra e d
marrie_____v____ 11 -SLit.1.0 L allied serine. 11 ________ services

OUTBRIan DISTRICT Continued
8U0THIR REGION Continued
Miseleippi Central R. Co. ............................ 65,82 .94,564 147,265 $766,31 47.476 6119.164 77.00 65.26 a .
Norfol Sother R.A. t 0. ................................. 6!09.7 06. Z.5,633,800 3 26 z" ,97, 10 166: 9 ,9.95 215e
seaboard Air Line y. Co .............................. ... 42,303:,666 3 ,91,3o6 7,32) ,360 41 s1 2,905, 0,10:74: :174 71.; 12.7
Southern System:
Alabama Great Southern R. B. O .................... 6,o87,004 14,9 R101 1,155,603 5,375,690 3,08,1.65 1.567,525 8.31 77. 13 5.65
innnsati, sew Orlioe 6 rozea P pacific ARy. o....... 14,388299 .12,32 ,06 2:065,213 11,550,P826 8,21,049 3,227,777 80.28. 1 6.29
Georgia Scuthern FLOr Lda By. o ........................ 2 ,59, 01 2,1.3 70.5,058 2 23 .,2 ,o 1,00:9,.9l 71. 61..1 ,,5
Mobile A Ohio R. R. Co. ............................... 10,O,71,5 9,273 03" 771,711 9,1 1265,077 s. 13. .9
2Nrthestrn .. 590 ,J 2.72,991 1,50 .372 919,619 89.34 73-41 151 5.1
New Orle 1 Zans e g 5 N Rhat3. B. Co. ...................... 2.309,995 4 6l5 i7 9 ,77316,355 36 .952 14,9 2.5 57.01
Southern ryas. Go ................ ............... .97,715, 1 79,11,189 18,600 ,22 79.783,9 9 57,8 094 22,555 8.5 72.30 1H.43
Tennesee d central Ry. Co. ............................... 2,603,511 2,1438,0338 65,48 21001,85957,796 252,272 80.62 75.79 152.45
WEIBTEN DISTRICT
IDR2HWESTWIE2 REGION
Canadian National System:
Duluth, Winnipeg & Pctrlc o Ry. Co. .................... 1,105,739 944.383 161,356 1,41.3,51 1,023,233 390,308 127.8 10.8.35 2141.69
Canadian: Pacifito Sysema:2 4.7 2 i ii 63I: :
Ouluth, South thore A Atlantic Ry. Co. .................2 0 55 139 2 15,1
Minneapolit e. Sa. Paul & Sult Ste. M,28 y.........209.5,5 1,,.,712 21,01007 1 7,.006,782
Bpok o Internationalfs Ry. Co. ....................... 761,972 675,56bb 3,16 661 ,102, 14,6 16,460 87.1 73.4 198.31
Chicago A North Western Systems 7.- 119.0
Chicago A Nort.h We ern By. Co........................ 102,270,339 7 ,378,054 22,892,285 85,162,948 57,761,625 27,1,30 77.
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis A Omaha By. Co. ........ 18,556.905 14.814,092 3,772,813 16,385.094 11,715,496 4669,598 601 123.7
Chicago Great l.etern S. R. Co......................... 20,107,787 17,875.252 2,232,535 14,183,465 10,976,958 3:206,507 70.5 61:41 143.63
oChicago, Milwaukee, 8t. Pul & Polf c R. Co......... 111,423,772 94,650,063 16,773.709 89,269,446 66,134,691 23,134:755 69.7 137.92
Duluth, Miseebe & Northern Ry. Go........................ 11,062,177 10,952,656 109,5 8,728,574 7,872,760 855,814 78.90 71. 71.42
Groea WoaSLh B,. o. ................................. .. ,77,081 41 65,,36 51,97 55, 5953 39,337, 5,9., 42 021 .
Oen] Bay G western a. o.............................. 1416, 1, 51,908 1,165,008 8,807 71, 651 2
ke Superior & pmn R. o ..................... 06 1209 9,652 7 9,070 5877 0.9 77.1
Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R. Co. ...................... 10,294,963 9,453,046 851,917 9,297,80 :,776,396 1,521.414 90.31 62.26 150.71
other Pacific By. Co. .............................. 62,312,087 53 003,135 9,30895 2 52,0887 367,59 15,81788 69.15 165.7
Spokane, Portland & Seattle Ry. Co. .................... 6,127,728 5,182,479 945;29 4,105,993 2:692:,762 1413231 67.01. 51.96d 14."
Union Pacifio System: 5p2/19 1 26 31 6M 1
Oregon-WashtUington R. H. & laVtigaton Co. ............. 19,322,486 16,200,730 3,121,756 16,133,708 l,'48,169 14,11485,539 83.50 71.90 143.69
CENTRAL IrESTERI :EGION
Saltimore & hio System: 51
Alton B, B. Co. o.6_ ................................... 7,926.310 5,978.309 1,948,001 6,406,098 4,535,668 1,870,410 50.82 75.87 96.02
Obieoo, BugrlinS on & Quinoy R. R. Co. ............... 111,218,960 91,336,931 19,882,029 77,465,969 54,903,035 22,562,935 4 696
ColorSco & Southern RBy. 0o .......................... 8,039,603 6,980,196 1,05907 6,266,559 4,566,179 10,380 U:95 65. 160.5
Fort Worth Denver City fy. 0 o. ..................... ,071,410 1,2 ,5 5,2770 3,429,32 1 ,5 .97 50.
r.noy, OLsha & Kenea. City H. Co. ................. 509,1430 414,595 914,83 580,256 1, 139,035 11390
oic.go Alton B. R. Co A/ ......... ............... 10,754,817 7,9614,622 2,790,195 8,703,769 6,135,964 2,57,5,0 80.93 17.01:4 92.0
D..w &*Bio rande.lc.t n B. o.. .................. ..2 o,.2 20,3,59 '3,.,0 162 .11 3,6491 47 3a 5:
Dever A at ake By. Co............................ 302,35 2,06,9 26,911 1 9 ,03,416 265 5 1.6
Nevada ortharn By. Co ......... .............. .... 9,577 42.179 ,398 9 3 20769 193.73 8066 47.56 296.14
chiagSo, Rock Island Culf By. Co................. ... ,9,,25 .210,1. .01,10 3, 69 92, 591,4 20,53 7.5 49.66 123.
?hiago, Rook Island & Pacific Ry. o ............. 93 8 76.20O 16,6059k 8 79 5010 2 20,8 25 5.60 1.6
a is a ,gA rizon, By. Co............................... .37,336 54, 91 185,545 7 0 412,88 290,282 95 31 75.16 15.96
I/ Zncludes a proportion of unassigned.
0 Se alio Sew England Regton and OTeat Laosm Region for thin ysteam.
s Be &aIso BawN England Region for this system,
Seo also Central We tern Region for thiel ayta.
Se: also Oreat Late Region and Ceontral Eastern Region for this syntm.
SReport for period July 19 to Deo. 31. 1931; souoessor to OoChicago & Alton R.R. Co.
SeeI al outhwestern Region for this system.
Report for period Jan. 1 to July 18, 1931; succeedead by Alton R.R. Oo.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OP STATISTICS

TABLE III-SUMMARYT OF OPERATING REVENUE AND OPERATING EXPENSES BY OLABS OF SERVICE. Wft OPERATING RAT'IOS.V 'O f UA
CLASS I STEAM RAIVWATS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1981 -Continued

Roailay operating rewanues Railway Operating expenses.
Ass unable AsianIgnAs eBa .n .ig.4ined and
DistriOt, region and railway Total t 0topasger Tptslpor top e to aert a
sevmr i, ervi y servi 1/ l2 led sIrOnov I
mand ellimi afoeiflt 1sese~al aitrlsl


WESTERN DISTRICT Continued
CENTRAL W aTZER REGIOs 0onoioned
Santa Fe Systae: 1/
Atobho, Topefa t BSnta re Ry. Co.....................
outherandae Santa Foe ly. Co............................
Southern pFoiflo System: /
NorlhM,atern Paciflo R. R. o ..........................
Ioutha.l PRiflo. Oo. ......................
Tolan, Peoria & Western .R.........................
Union Paoifi Syste: Jv
LO Angelesa & alit Lake R. R. 00.......................
Oregon abort Line R. R. Co.............................
St. Joreph A& rand Island Ry. Co.......................
Unior. Paciflo R. R. Co.................................
Utah Ry. Co...............................................
Western Paoiflo R. R. Co........................**......
60UTHWESTERS REGION

Burlington-Rook Island R.R.Co ..........................
Burlington Route:
W iohlta Tally o ..................................
Fort Salith Western Ry. GO .......................
Fyriloo Lines:
Fort Worth I Rio Brands Ry. go .........................
St. Lola-Ban TranolSoo RBy. o .....................
St. Louis, Ban Frauneisc A Texas Ry. go.............
Kansas City Southern system:
lansas City Southern Ry. Co............................
Toazrkeaa & Fort amith Ry. Co..........................
KanasL, Olahoma & Gulf BT. o00............................
Loulsiana A Aranesas Ry. Co...............................
Louisiana, Arkansas A Texas Ry. o. ......................
Mliland .alley R. R. Co ................................
Missourl la north Arkansas By. Go..........................
MissourLl-sanas-Te as Lines a
Missouri-Kanams-Texas R.R.Co .........................
Missourl-Kanas-Texas R.R.Co. of Texas ..............
Missouri Paiflo System: i
Beaumont, Bour Lake & stern Ry. R o...................
Internationsl-Grsat Northern R.R.Co....................
Missourl Paolflo R. I. 0o.............................
laow Orleans, Texa & Beioo Ry. o ...................
Bt. LouIl, Browns"alle Me looe Ry. Go................
uan Antonio, vale & Gulft R. Go ....................
Tx se a Paciflo Br. Do........ .....................
lattonal Rys. of Nationa:
Teasi Metlon Ry. Oo............................... *
Okishosm Cliy-Ads-Atoks Ry. o...........................
St. Lou southsiltrn Linems:
t. Loute 8outhastern RBy. Oo.........................
St. Louis Southwestern Ry. Gao. of Tenas................
Banta TO BSysim: /
Gulf. Colorldo BSants Fe Ry. o ......................
Southern PFalfia Bystae:
Teia a N Orl .R.OO...........................
Wiohita Falls A Bouthern R.R.OO...........................


$150,07o,625 lh, a.81
12,107.113 10,740,ii8

',153,264 2,440,465
152.380,126 112, 0347,55
1.612,972 1,609,463

18,845,201 14,763, 893
27,147,619 23.370,279
3,105,092 2.9 0 729
89253104 73,298,122
1.126059 ,366,023
12,914,57 11,685078


1,489,266 1,415,988
726.167 674,904
813,190 733,981

67W,502 573,742
54,426,916 45,61,055
1,429,138 1.317,012

12,273,337 11, ,48S
1 2,6R931
5,852,321 5,587,270
717,441 677,506
2,124,508 2,058,9 2
1,185,951 1,093,74
22,824,105 19,519 554
11,348,859 8,616,099

2,79428 2,2,2
17 3,9 15,705,0
95,268.193 82323 55
2,198,522 11,96,814
19, 5.298,59
1.3t5,006 go138,906
30, 07,959 24,795502


1 215 11 ,2
12,170,32 11,60 ,969
5:780.029 5.3361

19,000,523 17,212,427

46, 61,00 38,066, 07
661,275 6 ;61693


031 191.810




15,954,978
1 363





51,263
79,209


112,126

997.855
115,489
43. 9
265, 51

92,207

3:304,51


2.1 1,50


25,2a,57


37,201




1,788,096

1Zw7


85,.522
114'22,289'
1.329,331

14,159,012
19,40o 120
2:,20 :.064
60.25 53
11,4J.9,84


1,641,621
517.46


39,964,080
1,285.991

464, 153
1,082,243
3,6 15,0)32
685,092
1 314,118
1,15 ,675
14.223,485
10,195.640

1,837,217


1,707.,65

4,19,86





14,959.155

494;o22


1.300,834

9,18 191
1. .989




1,498,434
360,000
598,991

575,U
28,519,311


6,889,216
0, 11



921',67

10,215,181
6,492,888



1,2951,07
a262z.557
71 .709
14,952.772
623,256
390,903
6,0o79,382
I,198,328

11,622,177

27, W3424


I noludes a proportion of unalssigpd.
lBe also Suthwesetern Region for this system.
anolueas Southern Psacift BSteamship Lines.
Sgo almao orthweetefn Region for this system.
Bee alag Central Western Region for this system.
SBee ala Central ilstfrn Region for this system.


*33 7:6


9,1,497

,972.102O
5,502,121
390,075
17.1 6.538
2,733.605

143.187






1,574,917
174, 81
109,33


:.97


3,702,:52

606,136
3,189,877
li'4,635



.16,739
1160

1,187,074

3.336,978


30:43


71.05

88:58


110.23
71.16
97.27

1.2


68.96
60.12
1. 66



97.36
62..
89.841



:Ut

68.70
103.07
72:13

15:1;

78.73

80.60
74.71


lpmmlg was so















105.6 .


itt"- *, 5,11



106.2' f *'2 303


& 10


90 .







6 .5. 1




63..83 1,M

78.53 26.61



2. W4l
71.S N:70







31508
32150


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE IV-BUMMARY OF SELECTED OPERATING STATISTICS RELATING TO FREIGHT AND PASSENGER BERVIUES OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, FOB THE TEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81,19sI


Trin-mlles 0Car-miles in transposation service Ton-ail
Freight loaed, rf:qlg -mpy;--- Pas-Mar traaa, of naf e,
District region and railway Freight, Passengoer Inoldal Including Inoluting rieven pngacdoin-
inoluding Inoluding freight train, mixed freight tranl, a led passger frilt mile
a proportion a proportion train sud exclusvee tin d nd mlxed
of mixed of mixed work equipment caboose train

useora distriot ................................. 6. 6;i !--6 207.944.86.2 24 r .2., 6.. 3.- r.3.O.- -9. 90-71-.3 16 .' e-ilsy. Ja 'r
0 ina glna region ....................:n ion ... .. ? 2 3, bn, l4Z
asral% a r ionan d Ai ....... .............................. -2..7 2.75 5.1. 1.6. 27;.7 ;..9 (i dS7
Catra i ain r egio n ......... .................. 6;72,288 6 22 6 4,562 9 9.70
oether district ........................... 8 .... j ,5g 50. 2155,j1 8 76 3 .9.. r 20 7 3 7, -4 I.le-.lJfq-
Pocatarna regi on ........................... 50;M5:S ,;7 ;0s. ,6 siW i f0 .7 S.U ] i0 :54 Q
Sou e a ro on ...............................55.....08:0 o4,697 1 ,29,Oo.,73

Western district.. o .......................... ..... ,, 1, ,. -78
Northwest:rn region ........................... cl,,m eo 7I 7,7t L ,1 b, ga,1 ,3 ,,7d i 2,0.




a tos L a W e. R. ....... 50 9^ .18:9 2 :36 91 :
Cd ntrala & etaoi Brn ge Ro: ......_ 5: 160 1, i g 0 I
D Sntrhlest n T leo bLnreg in ... o............... 2 .,8 .2,s1 gel. 9189 267,9,0 9:1 9,56, 0 '32,


Hb Alln c E it R R. o ............................ 4,1b.26 74 486,4 27u4 13 225,55,81A 18, 9.4 6,8506 1963 3,1,224,69,2 194.4,368

Wtev R.r, Je ..H...n H..ttord R. R. OB.. ..... ,,8 6, 76,?725) 80) 7WDD uH
Ban gorAk Oomsto ok R. R. Co ...................... ,6 8 i 2 0
gadn I R. no w England l... .. ...... .... 2 ...........l5 109 1, 6021 7
losgtral emont y.. Inc. ....................... .5, 4,1, .8 22 .8217E5 J, 111 M7,7
Canadian Pacific ystem: 2J







rnadien Psif Lin R. in. n ... .................... 63025"9 29,3 ,4,526 5 261, 1 320 ?71 ,
Main Ca tr l R. R. .. ........ ............... 3.. 7 61 ,,427 9,1.0, 1,0,55 ,5,,4,619 ,4
law Ears Bystm: I







sew fork, Nw Haven A Hartn R. Go ............Co .. 2108 9 S ,860 3S12:982,,1? 4, s -n- 590257



No Tork (. icago a t L *te r R. R C. ........ 216, 15 2, 1 1.8 6 1:59 83 2,0 11: 0 2 3 -.519
Rula Mrue.t. n R................................... ) 5 1,0 86 10,216 ,021 ,20 2, 1 m.


t R Co. ..................... 8,22 6,381 ,715312 6 96 51 35,92 1 ,
lff o, Roch est er & Pi bia rgh o .. ..... ....... ... 03,2 47 91086 80,75 3 ,81,95 4 ,406 14,2,68,,78




ona ie National y te ..... ............. ......... 8 6357 5 56

ela er o. RudsontHlo R. Corporation ............. 1,25 0 980,082 2 ,519 ,815, 6 8,9 ,91 3,99,110
*ID o .R. ..................... 1 ,,.22: 6 !1"5 1,28,09, 1.44,46 778 24 ,9 ,93 .98 0
Pels u.rsL a &a ,k Wetern R. R COo................ 922* 82 ,147ii, 5.650 1 5 605005 5 1 9 8118.
Petrot A ackinac By. o ........................9929.. 375,9 2,56, 3 9.,89, 6,0 13,1 ,340 3 ,s8 177 7000

Detroite & DToleSo R. R. LOo .. ............... 751,18805 226,15- 576,271,000 4 76.00 23816 362 32 1,8 -2
Eraie Systen:







Ann aror R. R. .o.. ............................ 57.8.,72. 21,33 16,608,22 .11,o59,199 898,o0,1 373,51,521 2,2 ,7.o6
bononahela y. Co................................. 259,4Z7 .755,f. 22;5; 7 l.6,557,85o 63113;,2, 6 -.:18; ,536 157o;132r 3


See also SWeat Lakes Region and Wo
See also GWeat Lakes Region for this systm*


yeremm.


ee also central Eastern Region and Central Western Raglaon for this yetm.
Bee aluso ew gland Region nd Northwestern Region for this systn.
se iamuo Nw E ngland Region for this syste.


I:










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


TABLE IV-S-UMMARY OF SELECTED OPERATING STATISTICS RELATING TO FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS SRVIGHS OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1931 --Coninued

Train-mlleI Car-mlles in transportation merviao
S-reIlght loaded, Freight empty, Passenger tin, o I*rT2
Dietriot, region and railway Freight, Passenger. inoludln inclu-al y' Inor tlu .IIrinI ofr
including including freight train, mixzed freight train, mixed poemenger freight wil
a proportion a proportion train and ezolusive train and and maied
of mixed of miLed work equipment caboose train

EABTER DISTRICT Conlinued
CENTRAL EASTERN RIEION


Akron. Canton & Toungstown By. Co.........................
Baltimore & Ohio Systeml: 1
Baltimore & Ohio R. Co ..............................
Burfflo A Busquehanna R. F. Corporation................
Staten island Rapid Transit Ry. Oo.....................
Bessema r A Lake Erie R. R. 0o.............................
Ohilong & Eastern Illinois Ry. 00.......................****
Chlosgo A Illinois Midland Ry. o..........................
Ohicago, Indianapolis A Loutwille By. Co.................
Detroit, Toledo A Ironton R. R. Co........................
lgin, Joliet & Eastern Ry. Co...........................
IllinoIl Terminal o ......................................
Mliourwi Paifio Bystem: ?/
Nismourl-Illinois R. Co. ...........................
Pianinlvakna Bystem:
Long Island R. R. Co..................................
Paennsylvatnia R. R. o..................................
Reading System:
Atlantio City B. B. Co.................................
Central B. R. Co. of Dew Jersey........................
Reading Do.............................................
Western Maryland Ry. Co.................................
Wheellg A Lake Erie By. o ...............................
SOUTBERI DISTRICT
POCAHONTAB R10IOI
Ohesapeake & Ohlo Ry. o ................................
Norfolk A Western Ry. Oo..............................
Richmond, FrTderlokIsbrg PotomaU R. R. Oo...............
Virginian By. o .................... .....................
SOUTHERN REBGIO
Atlantia OOast Line System:
Atlant A lWest Point B. R. Co ............................
Atlanta, Biraminghm Coast R. R. Co.....................
Atlanti Coast Line R. R. 00o...........................
Charleston & Westera Carolina By. Do...................
Ollnohfield R. R. 0o...................................
eorgia R. LeRI.e Organization....................
Lislle aIsville R. A. 0o....................
Easheille, Obattanooga & St. Louis By..................
western By. of Aimbma................................
Columbs & OGreenville By. 0o ...........................
Florida East Coast Ry. Co.............................
Georgia & Florlda R. R.....................................
Gulf, Mobile & Northern System:
Gultr Uobil@ A rorthsrn I. R, Co.......................
eaw 6rlana breat Northrn B. B. Do.................
Illinois Central BsystemI
Centrl of Georgia By. C..............................
Caulf & Stip alg B. R. Oo...............................
Illinois Central R. 00............................
Tame A IlMllisipi. Valley R. R. 00o...................


248,354
15900,111
24 072
506,599
2,141,572
2 .9
3,28
1,124,243
764,732
160,2"44


36,82127


11,312,,16
.9



186,661
7,6,07

2, 57




225,003
T99.648



WA0R


I;:Ali: N


5,771


'i071e2





3,270,86;
97,902


52:278,1;

1,006,167
4,06855
5,620,870











716.5j,
7.46,146
206 358



272,379
176,916



371 9.3


R,71:1


14,14,356
490 257,852


51,230.577


9,.6


1,816,443





l655:

28,979,63







428,49283




19, 7 1:17




2,407,063

I52,.0,050



6 ,2467


2,228,805
347,7,
2 e5,S5
9,572,S|0
34690 ,243

10o864,707



1.298.385

5,506,892
525:947,225

1 037,
il:p


, 37r 9
U12301, 1





9, 162,644
3,702,526


208,282
108, 55,193
l'.45?;,i
4738,510






214,096

5,106,18S
395 2E50,965








32.164.10?
1 o,





9:N .






13,.
'110

211, :007

i gs
NAN>:


a I


104, ,342J



l,122829,






63,029,4

3 2,3 2777,1










2l,55;93,100





328





62 171,690
10: ;IOS
^^779.itn


09, 00








pl14,666

























2,197, 13


Se also Ore t L s Region sad Centrl Western Bgion for this system.
ee also Bsouth"eatf Region for this ywestm.


3,
30130


.







40 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
32150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE IV-SUMMARY OF SELECTED OPERATING STATISTICS RELATING TO FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, FOR TIE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER S1, 1981 -Continued

TrsTan-sOles Car-miles in transpoZrtaion ervrioe
Tone-miles
FFeeight loPsnrdemdd. right -F., ToP-seMetran, of Roevem
Dtitriot, region and railway Freight, PsKer. inght includin go 0 ssoLfr a enger-
inaluotding oludin freight train mixedN freight traan mixed passeoager straight l
a proportion a proportion train and exaciumive train and and -msud
of mixed of mixed ork mautlpent aboos train __

OUTREI N DISTRICT Oontlnued
SOUTHERN ROiTOR Continued
iestisstippi Oentral R. R. Go. ....................... .. 42,6 8 109,934 2,409 300 1,1419,852 82 ,816 ,A .,1479 79811
Norfolk Southearb R. G ......................4......... .0:1:1 0201209 .,6 :
Seaboard Air. Line Ry. Go ........................... .6,lO, 1 6.25a,59 6 ,191 99,971,571 43,35 ,98 2,5 ,903 ,
Soul ama OSit Southern R. R. Go. .............. ... 75,08 807 71 2 15,224 15,104,1 6,113. 1 01,959,9 6 4
GIloinoati, New Orleans & Toexams Paciftic Ry. Co..... 81, 1, 6, ,1 ,167 1, 2,5,0e
S oubern & FlorLida R. o ............... .... 1,- 1,:L, 41 .0 ,o :i 7 2 1 a 25 1 1'1
Goe Ohio R. 0 ......................29:5....... e, ,55 1, 31 4,5,83,735 26,553:, 57,5 97753,:95 I :, 1 ,7
.e Orlean A orbheatern R. R. Co................ 5,5 53.,632 12.722,09 ,02 3, 040 81,270.41 1.
Southernm fly. Co .......................... l.. 14,i 14,1l28,G4 332 03 8.9 :+ 6.!:@;I:811 9.u?
Northern Alabma fly. Co........................... 1..l1b,,6 1Gb 1 ,
Tenneessee Cent.i Ry. Co.......................... .... 4,225 45,230 6;,70,;879 145,08 9 .y 8 0,1911, I2,
WESTERf DISTRICT
BORTHWESTERN REGION
Osnadlan National System.
Duluth, Winnipeg & Patf Ry. 00. ................ I68,074 226,648 3,78,677 E,216.84 1,138,245 92.026,371 2,861.5B
Canadian Paotifioe System:
Duluth, South Shore A .f.t Ro f oy ............ 545.738 45198144 7. 646.48 34.9Uz 55,91,16 2 60S8i0 J,0
Minneapolis, 8t. Paul a Sault 8to. Marl Rly. Co... 0,, 1 4,,0,433 4,0,64, -51 5,'93067,515 bO066,676,2 o
Spokane International fy. Go. ...................... 14a,69* 10B,2?7 1,79,174' 135b1,248 339,02 1,44,659517 119,757
Chicego & north Westerno Systm:
Choagoe orsh Wester: n Ry. o.................. 13,o82,65o 15,596,04 327,7.740 219, Ioo" 59 5 86 ,291, 0271
OChLogo, St. Paul, Minneapolis & ODsha By. o .... 2,52, h1347 58,7T 31 5 18,6,88 11, ,51 u
hlgo r.t Western R. R. Co. ....................... 2, 32,,1953 l i*, 11,673,256 i ,2,9M ,919
Chiago, Milwaukee, St. FPaul Pacific R. H. Co. ...... 15,805,099 12,960,64 421,091,258 7O29 ,,43 82,089,355 ,78,320,31 3 ,
Duluth, Miseabe A Northern Ry. go.................... 68,806 421,678 19,946,12, .S,5, ,90,j 1,19,813 ,90,9,522 1,26, 7
Great Northero y. Co. ............................... 7,98407 9,220,711 25138,7 4 147,.: 58. l,86E 6, 11,0b,9 815,:0,
Green Bay & Western H. ` R. Co......................... 347066 146 048 4 75 34 3, 0 6 462,8 1UU.51l.S 517, 41
Lake Superior IXshpeming R. R. Co. ................... 123.089 10,364 1,117,579 954,362 108,580 46, 86,167 133,587
Mineapolis a St. Louis R. R. Co. .................... 2,5,856 1,65,3 38,476,51 929,71.71 4,4141,21 0 893,887,o0 1.u9567
lorthern Palftic Ry. Oo. ............................. 7,06,9?7 758003 213,287,588 29, j.27r 146,635,O04 4,1.5 8,2e2 2906,744511
Spoken,. Portland Seattle Ry. Co. ................... 537,4A 755,788 17,892,8114 7,821.79 4,515,837 42O.530,173 27,11, 6
Uotoa Pacftio System: .Y
Oregon-Washngtoon R. R. A Navigation Co. ........... 1,929,189 2,184,752 50,800,230 24,573,719 14,759.925 1,132,920,071 66.008,015
CENTRAL NESTERn REGION
Baltimore & Ohio Sysem: V;
Alton R. R. Co. ................................ 1,150,391 1,147,066 25,336,053 19,616,195 7,057,010 588,254,712 50,737,141
Burlington Route:
cicago, Burlitoon & Quinoy R. Co. ............. 13,657,678 16,150,789 395,0811 6 ,051,76 8, 69 3,98 47 T9,41
Colorado A Bouthern Ry. Oo. ................... 10... ,01,06 9 1,9 21,67, 52 71,9
Fort Worth & Denver Clty Ry. Co. .................. 901 8176810 22,6 1 7 6, 2,69 5,Z,65 2,5,17
Quinor, Oswaa l anesa City R. R. Co. ............. 140,168 194,379 1,220,778,8 53 50289 2,910,269 1,083,11
Chicago a Alton R. R. Co. / ....................... 1.481,171 1 15 .87811 2,:6,993 "9 ,2 6 4,3291 6,0 7
Dnver & Rio Grands Western R. R. o. ................ 2,76,850 ,21,27 7. ,2 50,117,346 154 4,7?66 1,67.4,0 M:
D eonvz r Aht Like Ry. Go. ........................... 19 8, ,2,07 122,9.
Nevada Nrtheni By. Co. ............................ 3S,56 121,167 6112.;.5 9:..5 M2,
Rook Island Syetoa
OCbicago, Rook Ileland &a 4Lf fy. Go ................ .. ... 91 762.167 18,44,722 l4.j65,69 14,0188,9141 06,2e7,.7 .21,'.K' S
9a Diego A rson fy. o .......................... 09..15 137l 8.9q19 515 180i J


See ale J. e r EInglad Region and Great Lakei Region for thin system.
See allo New England Region for this system.
See also Central Western Region for this system.
See ales Great Lakes Region snd Central tarern Reglaon for this system.


Report !or period July 19 to Deo. 31, 1931; successor to Jhloago & Alton R. i U0.
See aleoo S thwastern Region for this system.
Report for period Jan. 1 to July 18. 1931i euooeeded by Alton R. R. Go.


I,





34150
31US0


Train-milee Car-mlles in transportation envice
Tan-atles Revenue
Freight loaded Freight empty, Passenger train, of m.smie
District. region and railway Freight, Passenger. Including including Including revenue a
including incLuding freight train, miLed freight train, mi nd passenger freight
R proportion a proportion train and exclusive train and end mixed
of mixed of mixed sort eaulpment caboose train


WESTERN DISTRICT Continued
CENTRAL ITESI RE.1105I Continued
Santas Fe System: _/
Atchisorn, Topeka A SBAt. Fe By. Co....................
Panhandle & Santa re By. Co. .........................
Southern Pacific Bystem: .
Nnrth entern Pacific R. Co. ................. .....
Southern Pacif I Co. ..... ........ ............
Toledo, Paoria a fWoestm R ... .....................
Union Paifiro system: 3
Loe Angeles Banlt LkeGa. R. Co. ...................
Oregon short Line R R. Co.... .....................
St. Joeseph & rad Island Ry. o. .....................
Union Patfo R R. Co. ............. ......... .......
OtJ B R C. ................. ....... ........ ...........
Wes .ern Pacific R. R. o. ......... ... .. .......... ...
SO.UTHWlESTERN REGION
Burlengton-Rook Ielaed R. R. Co.........................
Burlington Route: a V
lich'ita Vlley By. Co. ...................... ......
Fort mlth A Wes tern Ry. O ... ................ .......
FrLeeo Lioes:
Fort Worth A Rio Orande Ry. Do .... ...................
St. Louls-San rranotsco Ry. Co.................
Bt. Louis. Ban Franoisco & Tezas Ry. o. .............
[Kanass City Southern System:
laoeea City Southern By. Co. ........................
Texartanka & Fort Smith By. Co. ......................
eeaBs. Oklahoma a Culf Ry. O ......................
Louisiana t& Arkansas B Ry. Co... .......................
Louisiana, Arkanss & Taiss RY. Oo....................
,Midlad VaJley R. R Co ................................
ulisoul 1 BUrth Arkan.as Ry. Co........................
Ml seou.ri-KansaB-TeOzae Lines:
Utsesourt-Kansas-Teas R. R. Co ......................
Missouri-Keansas-Teass R. R. Co. of Texa.s ............
Missourl Pacifitc System: 5/
Beaumont, Bour Lake & Western Ry. Co.................
International-Great northern R R. Co................
Xissouri Paoifio B. Co... .......... .........
.ee Orleans. Texas Mezeico Ry. 0o. ................
Bt. Louis, Brownsville & eixico By. Co...............
Ban Antonio. Uvalde & oulf R. R. Co. ................
Texas & Pacific Ry. Co. ..................... ......
National sys. of Meioos
Texase Mexlcan Ry. Co.................... ...........
Oklahoma City-Ada-Atoka Ry. Co..........................
St. Louit BotubBestern Lines:
S.. LouLs Southee ern Ry. Co. .......................
Bt. Louts BouthwnMtern Ry. Co. of Texas ..............
Santa re System: V
Gulf, Colorado Seanta re By. o. ....................

Bouthbern Pacifoi System: V
Texas & New Orleans R. R. Go. ................... ...
Wihita rFalls & Southern R. R. Co. .....................


16,212,827
1,877.013

14i,a24,510
431,185







316,080
148,088


21, 0


1,46 ,922
129,515


19,0912
3N825223
2,30oo,53
1,534,49

297 980

M, 501



187,080
142,090
1,676,0]0
953,5 4

2,451,822

6,370, 99
157, ,13


1, 400,149
1,202,501




13 :2926
37o,963
10,030:,698

1,573,867


198,218


255.,68
240,859


1,018,215
2 675
186,538

77,767 0
19 ,470
206,694







2,972,275
236,9 .5




97;,11





6,210,1320
71,056
1.999.167


i.*o,0


1.2 ,i6S,379
52,;75,325

436 5. 247




2 522,796
62,735:772


5.206,341


1,932,95 1
181,126,261
3,551,021

45,625,1 45
3,90o,867
978,599
15:814,029
2,255,620
5,271.609
,569.257
82,086.201
35,219,377






105:082:868

1,551,7
1,277,;a
51.,337,6.11


68,990,668

147,040,701
1,249.999


30,4.16,Oal
32 .962, 795

3,029,687
3029,d5,}

32,257,551
54567,5;3.
256',17'.684
2,574160
37,8977


3,661,726
1009 475
1 558,391
1 626.577
131,491,470
3,2 6,605

30,990,306

11,723.656

1,656,707
3,880,80o
3.039,526
59,5900,538
25,055.935


272:4,7,301

3,075,129


1, 13,805
1,118,293



41,027,599

102,851,2:453
1:063,713


147,288,.i
0119.02

19,993,856
ao,396,B23
820,616
84,089,300
29
10,972,609


402,775
476,216
536,262

816,4131




13. 2

277.2

5s5, 922



1, 162091
12. 8


5.5 T,9
23.57,;220


E)4., 01
:,g1a5,g97


10,958,535


14;:892S


1o),:,:A? M, A"




1 03 X1 :,a_


1,131:0 ,28 35,082, 90


io,i166,ooo 582,000
6,227,5 420,97
42,025,526 1,064,30

22,7562,1 5 9


103 77,15. 7 bla,5,

1,095.:Is5,1 51.15


97823483 1,1 .:6










.C2. 25 F2 i2:9#'



1,741,971,126 37,071.131


NBe c lsn Southwestern Region for this system.
I6luIde Southern Pacifi Steamship Line.
see also orthenetern Region for this system.
Ss alsM Oatral Western Region for the cysts.
Bee alie 0eaneAl lantera Region for this systm.


Bee alga 8outhneete n RoKlou re1" tbls gyll ea.
TDO .UAOB 8OUtboI51 Psolflo 8temsnhJ, p T.|all,
BOO sJ.8o lo "sh roetel'n ReB/on tot h1.s eTIJteqJ.
See 8 eo Oenl&'L'* toJr this


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TABLE IV-SUMMARY OF SELECTED OPERATING STATISTICS RELATfNG TO FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVrCES OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAY, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1931 -Continued












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TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES, UNIT COSTS. AND RELATED AVERAGE, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS. FOR THE TEARS 1931 -1927T.-


Freight revenue Freight revenue Freight revenue Per cent nonrevenue
per per per or total
District, region and railway freigh a roe ton-mile pf loaded oar-mile 3/ revenue net ton-mile not ton-smles
931 1930 192292 1929 1927 195 0- 2 91 194310 19 102 ] 7- 1927 1931 39" 194 1928 1927
M111) (Centse (CentE1 (tez Cnt)
et i ndi r.iot .... ..................... .... 10 4.15 4.52 4. 5 26.1 :28.8 1.06 1.0 0 10 10 _1.4
stu district: ::. : 1.o0 i:2 1 1.09 1 2 o. 10. 6 .9 1 .7 g
ore die tre iotn ................................ 0 4 L 426 2 6. 26. 2. 1.05 1.06 1.08 ..6 .7 .7 6 9



Aloen R tr ro e 4 ............................... 4.61 .70 3.70 .7 22.9 230.1 22.7 30. 5 23. 1.0 1.02 1.02 1.00 1.04 4. 5. 6.2 6.0 7.6




O ioR.RCo. ....... 33:. 58 2 L6t 0 1. ...Ak .L 8.2 5.0 .0 .5 5.I
So hern L e Er i t .. o. 7.................... 4.7. 4.6- 4.6- 4. t4 4.l 40.0 b7.4 37.1 36.5 35.7 .76 .73 .72 7. .70 1. 1.2 1. 2.1 3
nt on Estein regi on ............... ...... ....6. 6. 6. 6 30.9 6 329 7 1 7 170 1. 1.74 1.75 7 9
Southern ier ... P ...brh ... ...... .. 376 4.01 6.15 4.1 27. .6 29.3 30.0 3 .81 .86 .87 0 4.5 1.
Northern re gio n. ........ .............. :..24 2. 2:1 6 .5


central ese region.. .e....... ......... 6. 6.9 1 7. 477 48.5 29.1 0.: 1.15: 1.5 1. 1.1.20 10.25 11.5 12. .
1, .4:0:4:1:0:9 2 .08 12." 1:2. 60: 1 4:5 LO.







Boa & orth e e ter Ryr. ci............... ........... 4.05 4.18 4.21 4.33 23.2 24.6 25.3 25.1 25.3 1.29 1.27 1. 1 .27 1.26 15.9 16.2 1.4 15.6 131
SoS hwern r eggtion In ...... ............... 3' .22 : 2 : 1 1 : 1 13 38 3 :









oinuiteatl, Iew Orleuan & Texs Pslo y, Co. 3.45 3.46 3.70 3.62 3.73 19.0 20.5 20.8 s0.3 B0.9 1.0 1.06 1.06 1.05 1.06 6.0 5.5 .1 5.8 -
olo do trout te.......rn Co. ......................... .6 4.72 4.64 4.70 4.20 29.6 20.4 20.7 21.0 2.0 1.17 1.17 1.10 1.12 1.0 7.2 6 7 .2 8.0 7.

le & udon R. Corporation .. .............38 4.56 4.670 4.57 4.72 27.7 28.5 28.0 28.2 30.1 1.00 1.02 1.02 1.002 .01 1.2 4.5 4.5 5.1 5.3







DBner luRID prande entarn Re y. Co. .. 4.30 4.4 5.05 5.11 5.18 26. .4 0.1 0.2 30.7 1.20 1.21 1.27 1.20 1.32 8.0 76 9.2 10.9 11. 3
Dtrtl,. Toeno L rnon R. Co. .. ................ 62 6. 5 6.7 5.9.2 40.2 1. 1.54 1.61 1.50 1. 4.9 5.2 4. 4. 5.1
sDulut. ikabe Iote. R. Co. ...... ......... .02 2.09 6. 9 2.07 6.14 85 2 9 .6 .7 .2 49.5 1.02 1.03 1.0 1 .0 1.0 6 .
Go On ..................... 14. 7 3 14o 4.06 ..0 1. 7








ltn. &Jol M Eastern ,.... ..................... 5.67 6.48 6.5 6.38 6.50 44.7 50.1 29.7 48.6 49.9 1.24 1.35 1.4 1.431 1.32 5.0 5: 4 4.9 41.9 4.7
Buffslo. Boohoeter a P*lttl.hur Ry. On ........... 3.-76 1.01 1.15 4.13 4.2 27.5 25.6 29.3 30.03 .7 .51 .34 .5 .56 .87 14 1.5 1.4 1.8
Oerai hesteo R.. O. ..................... .14.72 4.37 4.29 14.1 21.4 22.5 23. 2.2 21.0 1.9 1.20 1. 1 1.19 22.5 11.5 11.1 1. .


CrI &es Nort hern e y te. Co. ....................... 4.07 4.15 4.29 4.31 4.34 25.2 25.8 26.3 2.51 25.4 1.9 1.2 1.2 1.03 1.05 9. .7 9.2 10.0 10.2








A at t age for o 9 ba.d on combined return of the h ogo 3 lton R. R. Co. and Alton R. R. .6
erage& bed on e tun that nolud: the Booking Tally Ry. Co., the property 0 25 of2 1hi h been qured by the pee y. o., c 1, 10.















h Miragee foP 1928 baPed on obined return of t.6 Chicago, 3.l73uk3 A 2t. Paul Ry. Co. aid the Chioigo, iLoauHe, at. Plul 5 Pacifi R. R. 1o.
Chinao, A Kno R. Relad A aif ........O................... .... 75 35 .7 2 21. 7.7 9 .3 10 .1 93 1
hiao, StA Pau, E ic i R. R On ................... 4.2 .4..16 4 6 4 .2 2. 26.7 a 2 2.6 .0 1.2 1. 1 11..22 9 5 2 9.








wraga for 193s0 baod on Oortb..ed r.u. of the Dela 4.2 27.e 2 5n, 2.s R. R. Corporation..2 .
Araga. d n relrn that nub the Duluth. .& Iron Rage R. R. o., th property of thi py hang ben l te Dulu or Co., ff
Cenvra &o Rorea & ole JaB. C.. ......ua2y 10, 19 0.
.................... .75.62 1 1.6 30 33 2 .1 0. 2 2. 1:J 1.:1 1.61 1.50 1.2 14.9 5 1O9 11.3
DentraoiR,.ol. e o.&iroo B Co: 5.02. h0 0' 143.5 o. 1, 5 .2 24. 1.. 1.04 312 .03 1.0 2 7.7 .6 :1 '1
Dhelaut. saeA Nol r tenn .16 2O.7 2... .5 9 6 4
Chicao A Noeth Aestern By. Co .......................5.67 6.054.55 6.35 6.50 .2 24.70. 21.7 21.0 491. 9 1.27 1.35 1.14 1.31 1.63 5.154 145.9 13.
rn runk ten t Q o .... ........... 3: .52 '.52 2 2. 2 2 7
C oGreat No Wthern RO Go. R... 0..........1 .0 7 1 2 25 26.3 26.5 2614 1 93 1.0 1 9z 1.2

Averages, fnd p & n or 19i bd be uo. h A ..... .2. O. a





Deerawar far 1923on R.ed an Copined retu of the 4h56 0,00 Mi 9:7. St. PaulIt .o r aned the1a.1 .0 8 hio M0op, St2 Peal A.0 aniio R.0 O 5 4.5 n5.1. 53
Avese for 1930 baeed on combined returns of the Dlawe R .don R. G. 00. and Dla 5:0 Huon 0. 30 C

Aweragee bnaed on returns that Include the Duluth A iron Range B. B. o., the property Of thie onspeny having beeR leased to the DuGluto, Mieabe : Northern By. On,9 4f',,2-
tiwe dIs9uery 10, 1930.












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TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES, UNIT COSTS, AND RELATED AVERAGES. BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS. FOR THE YEARS 1931 -1927 -Continued J/
Freight revenue Freight revenue Freight revenue Per oent oauevenum
per per per of catal
DistricL. region snd railway freight graoe ton-mile L. loaded oar-Ile 3/ revenue not tin-mile net tamn-lel"
1931 1930 1924 1928 1 927 191 7 1 190 190 9 199B 97 19g] 19 Ig n 1 aT- qI
(Mille8 (cents) nGent) (Pe OeDnt)
Gulf Coast Lines / ............................ 4... .4 4.0 .9 43 2. 5 214.5 25 .6 28.4 1.53 1.1414 1.)A 1.54 1.569 5.9 9.1 6.0 11.1
Gulf. ColoTrdo Santa re By. Co .. .......... 3 .S 311 4:01 3.99 3 24.5 24.t 25.3 it. 23.4 .9 .96 1.01 689 0 U.1 1. 8.5 7.1
iSaeentral B lppBlyCR. R. 'o.) 3.26 .4 4 ..6 21. 22.2 22.4 22.14 96 .9 .9 1 9 5 11.8 11. 10.9 10.0 n.
International-Great northern R. R. Co. ...........3.99 4. .30 .42 .79 264 25.5 26.7 27.6 29.4 1.24 1.3 1 1.9 1.5 6.9 8.8 10. 10.7 15.1
aneas ity southern By. 0 1 1,.
MInludin Texarkana Ft. S.mithy. Co. ) ....... .1 3.81 4.0 3.91 3.96 214.2 29.3 24.9 214.5 2111.6 .99 .95 1.23 .9 .96 4.0 4. .4. 14
iehigh Valley t. R. Co...... ..... ... ...... 44 4.6 4.81 2 4.90 27 2.1 .5 2 1.11 1.1 1 1 1.1 3 14.A4 P4. 1. 1"
LoB i ngelee & Salt Lake R. R. O .. ....... ........ 1.32 4.56 2., 4. 72 C.7 22.6 S. 2 1 .01. : l.j 1 :. 0 1.0 l. 4 7.
Loiulle lahvllle Co................ 3.65 3.59 3.71 3.79 3.65 25.14 2. 26.1 262 6. 1 .65 1:. 67
oi ntrale R. R. 0o. ........................... 6.08 6.26 6. 6.6 6.18 33 .4 34.4 34.4 3.6 1 2 1.0 1. 7 1. 7 1. 1 1. :5 4.1 l. 9 1
MiSnineaplle. Otn Lou n: R R. Co. ... ........ 3.... 4.0 4. 0 4.5 4.1 4.1 23.7 24.6 2.6 2.5 2.4.3 1.04 1.12 1.11 1.00 1.05 7.9 812. .9f
M.5Sote. S t Lot R Co ..... ......... 14. 25. 7. 1
Te.Lams ......................................3.5 11.2 43 .22 4.27 4.61 23.71 26. 2.56 25.5 26.3 1.12 1.12 1.25 1.25 1.30 6.5 16.11 7.6 7. T.9

Mobie&OhioB. Co........................... 3.5 3.75 3.73 :2.6 .3 21.1 2.0 .9 .9 .93 .9 12.1 1. .3 6.1 8
Hrllobtluo a&B Oh R. R. CO.

laahlile OChatltanooga & St. Louis Ry ............ ..3.4 14.08 4.15 14.6l 14.62 21.6 22.9 214.0 214.6 25.3 1.24 1.24 1.28 1.32 1.36 8.9 8.7 7.9 8.6 9.
nor Ce B. er B Wes R. B.. CoofR
TIncoIudIn Bunon & Alh T R. Co,.) 3....... .74 3.99 4.00 4.01 21.7 23.2 24.1 24.1 24.4 .99 1.01 1.04 1.04 .03 10. 10. 8.9 .6 .
lev York, Chicago & St. Louts R. R. Co. ..........7 |.3 3 3.53 .55 3. 1.7 19.6 20.1 19.9 20.6 .96 .97 99 .99 0 5 14. 1 ..
slather Pe o .............. ........ s 111 21. 21. 21. :1 12 1. 5 :I
Won.o l a W R. BR.Go .......................... 3. 2 j .3 0 17.5 2 28 2 8.0 5 9., 12.. : 1:, 10 1 1

"1"90.3.337 19.1 1:.3 2391 l3 21:l o 1.1 1.20 :. I 1,
t. Loul.-ln S artanelo RB Co... .................... 31.986 4.3 4.7 4.6 4.67 21.7 26.5 27.0 L. 2 .3 1.19 1.2 1.10 1.132 1.31 9.3 10. 1 .7 12.9 1.
t. Loul ontha tl n R_ 0 o.

9r Yarke, tCte.io So. ............................ .. 1:3 3 :3 3.55 3.1q 1.6 20.: 195.3 207. 1.27 1..1 9 1 19 6 :


tur h & La keol Enro B Co o...... ........ ....... 5 :10 4 5.69 5. 49 5 6 .2 39. 2 39.0 40.0 1.1 1.17 1.20 1.21 1.2 3 3.3 1. .9 11. 3 .6
ST'"a. Lous- Francic fl.C...................... 95 .30 4.47 4.6 4.7 214.7 26. 27.0 27.5 28.3 1 1 1. 1., .1 .3 3 .3 16 11. 1. 11
eahoad Air tine; y.: |o || || 33 214.6 35.7 21.3 27.3 1.3 1.3 1 .40 1.31 i 11 .1 3 2g
Te,1a'a)....... ..........................9 : 1:jt 1::Li L," 214.1 21.5 3. 2 1.26 1. : 1 .2 :1t s1 4.2 1 .


VrginSia n e Co... ........................ n. 1643. 4 .51& 1 3 .14. 5 39.3 9 .5 1 1. 7 16



OrCH f0a o5n50 5.n57 tat InU90 11v 8loo2 O l a: 08
Waha Inollh PonAavit i RR. Boy. c. j. 8.ho RR, 0o.; Pnnrl...........i3 6 Atl2 1 3..5 3..9 3o.2 .on0n2t0n R.R 1 Bo.; 1.0lp 0 5 o 6. 6.i
Whee k Ohio RiB. O n t.r o .. Oo.. 1d 3 e5n l93 29 01. 1 1.0 1.9 13o R.R. : o.1











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TABLE V-UKiT REVENUES. UNIT COBTS. AND RELATED AVERAGES, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS.
CLASS I STEAM RAILWHAYS OR SYSTEMS,. FOR THE YEARS 1931- 1927 -Conunued I'


AND FOR SELECTED


Freight expenees Road freLght wages, fuel, supplies
let ton-miles per mile of road Average haul revenue freight per and anginehouss expenses
Dietriot. region and r Uwmy freight gross ton-mils eJ per freight train-mile
1931 190 1929 1928 1 7 31 1910 I l929 1928 197 1931 19q0 1929 9 1927 1911 1.U 1 J9 I15 1 27
(MIles) miles] ille) Dolla]

New England region ... ............. 61 749 85, 6 2,972,410 1. 1. 1 150 13.4 2.96 3.9 3. 3.9 1.07 1.2 1.19 1
Gra Le.rgla 2, -.4 3015 .0 1 L.07 1 :1 .0 Est

Southorn dltrio.. .................. ........ .44&d7t.9- 1...352 2,, ;' ,. o 1-5.9 133-24 1 1..-8 1 4 4.. ,& 2. 4 0 1 g. .1. fl 1. -t,. 3 -
Gatnaotar s region .... .. ....17. 3. 6,U 595 3,751.99 158.6. :15.3 1 151.8 1571.. 3.6 .19 3.1 1.1 1.21
3. .E 1.25 1.21



Bo.toher re ion.l. .. .. .. .. 7............ 9123 1,1875 1,37?,966 1,391,117 1,72,98 195.3 193.8 1958.1 1.6 193.6 2.83 2.81 2.8 2.89 2.96 -78 82 .85 .S7 .59
S, S 81..51 1.0M.in 1.1e4.99n. 1.16.5 Co .9.l 712 g3.15 g6.j 1.6 88.9 1 8 3.5 3.5 3 .S 3.74 5.77 3.92 .4 1.51 .o5 1.0 1.
Central W stern 7.region 9317.1 1 ...1, 2,1 1 1,2 9.57 206 2 1. 6. 2 .. 2. .. 1. 1.
f.nsester. region ..... ........... .797256 996.79, 1,12,713 1,089,01 ,^, 51 2766.5 21 213.9 21. 211.1 2.47 2.57 2.7 2.82 3.05 .82 .89 .93 .97 1.
l11 das ti rlecti 7 ................. .... 1,276861 t1,5,6 1.851,6O 1,802,703 1,801,11, 191.0 186.0 185. 3 185.6 183.1 2.75 2.83 2.92 2.95 3.09 .98 1.05 1.08 1.10 1.12
lltoan R. Co. /....... ... 1.,321,989 1,662,796 1,872,178 1,957,833 1,801,398 165.1 159.6 168.5 175.t 175.9 2.78 3.00 2.88 2.84 2.98 .83 .86 .87 .89 .95
hn .o1 & 9.5s. 7e Co.1 .. ,0 1:9 1.9 194. 6.7 0 2 5 .2 15 6 .87 1 1.9 .1 1.0 0 2

N1 ,850 ,27,9 1,'. 7 1,9,6 1,37, 1.9 13.2 12.8 3 1 37 131
uffLlo Roonester & Pittsbuh By. o .............2 2 2,519 2,79,806 3,206,850 2,972,687 3,612,52 9 12.5 12.5 159.0 158.0 157.0 2.9 .19 3.18 .58 1.22 1.4 1.33 1. 1.9
Cren l aT Georn a re Co 6....... ...........:.69.6. 818,866 810,562 9 178. 1 177.9 167.14 180.7 2.8 3. 3.8 3. .8 1. 1.8
a^ Co3 of 43: ,04,122, 7,175 67.5 na1 7. 2 62.0 2 .7 2.57 .7 2 .80 9.11 178 1.79 1 .8 188 202
t & o e o ........ .... 77 686,g5 7,12,9 6,895,180 7,37 8 293.0 28.7 1.98 .06 .8 .9 1. 1. 1.08
AS l distr Esters I.llin.e o ..... 1,216a6 1,778,146 2,223 1,2,,985 2,894,5415 17 71. 3 .85_6 1S 3.11 2.B7 3.07 2.95 3.09 .9 0 08 .84 U
nt eo Buii.on Sulnc R B. Co. ... .. 59,648 1,223,'13 1,381,911 1,L87,826 1,29.701 7 281.1 283.1 2.. 2.
cgo R orth o. rn S... Co................. ...... ..321 1 ,0,7 1,9 1, 61.19 1.0453 1,80,92 16 .1 ] .6 272 1 17. 8 175- 9 22.. 3 2 .86 2.4f f. 92 1.26 ..9 1.0 1
chioson. Burlkgno Santu FOeN N. Ca 2,3ei:61H 1,06 0 U843 1,51 1,32.70 2e311.6 3e 1 : 86 287 3 289.6 1.2 26 2:1 4 :1e 2o .p6 1.07 :
Chicago.breatWestern. ..H Ca R. 9a A.Rc 1.05R,
OtI o rndlud napol er & Luielll By. Co. ...... heR. 1,964,912 2,377,025 2,F- e6.9 2.329,215 1.. ..6 10 5 7 49.6 155.9 155.9 157.6 3.03 3.20 3.10 3.10 3.2 .81 .83 .86 .0 .91
br o, MilwSukee. St. Paul A Paifo R. R Co. ./ 86,669 966,296 1,16,265 1,1658,414 1,118,21 264 .3 250.3 252.0 63.1 251.2 2.52 .65 2.67 2.62 2.95 -90 .98 1.01 1. 1.06

Colorado A So berry B. y 5..................... .550,955 704,928 885,223 866,517 881,897 150.6 156.1 159.4 163.8 152. 3.15 3.26 3.28 3.36 3. 1.03 1.09 1.15 1.15 1.1

Denier a Rio rane Western R. e. oo. .......... 65S.76 507110 879:69 814,o 0 222. 209.2 197.4 192 1 ..91 3 1 1 1
DeAtrito Toledo & Tronton t. RN. Co. 7 1,261..2 1.8 8r,1 1,6,4 R B O M 1 3e 86.7 o. 89.9 9109 97.n been 3.93 .0 .00 4.68 1", 10.0
Algi c JoCst Eatrn Ry. Go. ..................2,202,749 3,21,651 3963,375 3.723,803 3664,952 51.0 4.3 5.1 7.3 79 5.28 5.11 4.68 4.80 4.95 1.33 1.44 1.51 1.7 1.5
(nol. ing Coiao A Erie N. Co.)............... 215202 0 ,2, 1,7 1 2.5



and Truk Western R. B. Co.~........... ..........1. ,67 216,17 2, ,76 2,159,138 l7.9 17.3 1.7 136.4 1. 3 1 2 1.
Great Northern y. Co................................ 49. 1,045,8.9.1,270 2,11,25 255.9 .7 1 .6 .65
I Ralwlay having freligt evemnu In exoss of .0,00,000 in 1931 For addtlonal re&ted averages, see the 'Oomparatlv 8it&temet of Operating Averagees
olnevemnu ton-mlle included in dilvior.
B vere for 1931 buad on nosbined rotuns of the Ciogo Aoln R. R. Co. ud lton R. R Co.
Aver"gSe bsBed on returns tflt Inoluds the Booking Valley Br. Oo., the property of this ooupsuy having been soquirsd By the OChelspeke & Ohio Ry. Oo., effetiTve Ny 1, 1930.
Average for 1928 based on oomblned oretunof the hiago, Mlwauke A St. Paul By. Co. and th17-e 17i9 16or,luke St. Pa 1 l PA.a4 i i. Bo.
Aversage for 1930 based on oombined return of the DalaWs & 4udson Oo. nd Dela2wrLe A 7udo 7 R R. Oorpor.atlS.
Averages baeid on returns that Lnoluds the Duluth & Iron Rugso R RB. o., ihe property of this O05p53y having been leased to the Duluth, lissabe A Northern Rf. Go., sf1 otlsti -. Jusay 10, 1930.

















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 32410
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE V-UNIT RI.VENUES. rNir 'usTS. AND RELATED AV'ERAOES. BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS. FOR THE YEARS 1931-1927 -Conluiied -2

Srelght expenses Road fregnht wages, fuel, mppliee
Distriot, region and railway fot toon-ales per mile of road Average haul revenue freihigFreight pe nm Road engL sehouel pne
freight ogram ton-mile par freight train-mile
1931- 1930 129 1926 1 1927 1931 1930 l 192920 1927 1931 1 1 15 IO 1929 [ 192B 1!T
.l-NS r f ilf I


Oulf Coast Line 3/ ..... ...............
Gulf, Colorado an'a Fe By. o..............
Illinote Central R. R O ......................
(Including Yazoo & MieciLeipoL Valley R. R. 00.1
InternationL1-Oraet orltheren R R. Co ..........
&nanea City Southern Ry. Oo.
(Including Texarh&kna Tt. Smith By. 00Co.) ......
Lehigh Valley R R. Co... .. ........... .. .. ...
Long T7eLn- R R Co. ...........................
Los Angelee A Salt Lake R. R. Co. ...............
LoileiLlle & Nsa.h0 1le R. R. Co. .... .. ......
Maine Central R. R Co, ..........................
Minneapolis & S Loult R. R. Co. ......... ... ..
LMinneapolle, St. Paul & Saullt Ste. Marle Ry. Co. .
iesourl-Kaneae-Toexa R. R. Co.
( Including MIlesourl-anaes-Texas R. R. Oo. of
Tea ) ......... ...... ....................
Et0aourL Panlfto R. R. Co. ......... ..... ......
Mobtli & Ohio R. R. Co. .... .......... ...... ..
Iashvtlle, Chattanooga A St. Loueis Ry ...........
leo fork Central R. R. Co. _/
(Cinluding Boston & Albany R. R. Co.).........
ew York. O Chicago & St. Loule B. R. O ...........
le. Tork, gem Haven & Hartford R R. Oo.........
lorloll A ceetern Ry. o. .......... .......
Northern Pao fito Ry. Co. ... .......... .........
Oregon Short Lle R R o. .....................
Oregon-laehti ptonn R. R A Navigatilon Co. ........
Penneylvania System Y ..........................
Pere Marquette Ry. Co .. .........................
Pittabuergh & Lake Erie R. R. o. .................
Read Log o. .............................. ........
St. Loule-San Franoleco Ry. Oo. ..................
St. LOuL So-itthweatarn Ry. Co.
(Inoluding 6t. Louise Southbetern Ry. Co. of
Teza e) ................... .....................
Saaboard Air Line Ry. Co..........................
southern By. Co. ................................
Southern Paclfio o.. .......... ................
Tei&e & Ne; Orleana B. R Co ....................
Te&ae A Palfic RBy. Oo .........................
Union Pacific R. R Co...... .......... .........
Virginian Ry. Co. ..;.... ................... .....
Wabaesh Ry. Co. ....................... ............
Western Maryland By. On..........................
lectern Paoifio RB. R. Co........................
Wheeling & Lake Erie By. Oo. .....................


887,940
1,190,715
1,869,474
749,1431

1,93J4,869
3:i36 575

2,092,9a1
75,5O8

675,105
h16,o 02


916,030
1,310,964
1,16=0,059

1,0o140,255
2,693,888
2,( 2,902
1,57,590
803,76i
945,388
I599,9558
9,240,5O1
;392:785
8142,536

S89,079
651,288
1,073, 66
1,101,235
7s6,426
1,:199, 6`


2,0, 126
:,3,2 1
:8,O5:,J.


IM11esJ

1,1233,15,11
2,297,2859
877,9146

2,O50,031
3.777,919
431,s05
1,125,329
2413,086
7514,417



1,119,049
1,1461,827
1,417,225
1,152,735
3,i1r8,17
178,4:78
1,824 274
7, 68: 588
977,735

710,224
g1,08,8149
4.734.469
970,038

961,028
711,622
1,251,]28

927, 5`
2:5191611
5,153:582
2, I4.19


777.55}
1,231,470
2,309,127
930,717

2,114,691
3,767,07

2,508,4o1
735, 860
781 818
S53,155


1, 140 ,1402
11 .4,81

1,086,191
3,0o6,536

iio;
.,996 ,9ei
,b99,ob;5
1,.051:,619
1,071,295
711,7
1,509,30.
10 528,08
5,461,240
935,642

940,928
706,245
1. ;1078
I:4,31:P
1,945,*71
2,408.712
14,716,579
2,201,9614
I,506,01?
3;370,9%1


816,518
1,710,977



2.232.839
3,557,555
803, 3


3.858,858
417,286
,12,308
2,638,938








985,111
793,116,286
7;39, 6u
823:726





102 1
6, 72,0629
98.5,111
3,116,2.s6

6,702,o62
988,785
965,043
7__
1,447.,81
10,721,144
5,635,725
972,756

798,658
791 2h6
1,862,581
1,245,853
872,325
1,170,725
2:196,1
5,.716,294,
2 a16 "2o
2,016,207
3,188.574,
2,882,983


106.8
240.9
225.3
168.5


17.
22.3

115.5
178.8
207.5


237.S
265.2
157.5
isr. 6
218.6
211.4
131.4
277.8
273.0
254.14
2217.87
171.8
104:40
215.0

24;5.1
189.4
257.3
226.2
196.9
87. 0
3 8.6


110.8
226.2
234.4
180.9

246.4
172.2
22.3
221.5
212.2
112.6
168.1
210.4

250.0
249.
253.-
169.9
203.2
207.2
131.1
276.2
275.4

81N,.8
214.2
166.6
61.8
1016.2
192.4

261.8
181.4
2197.
227.0
Z 2.7

124.5
371:1
9e.8


114.0
236.3
246.5
175.3

227.5
1T1.5
20.4
186.4
212.2
112.6
177.0
202.8


266.6
241.9
247.9
173.9
183.2
206.1
129:.2
280 .8
584.. a
257.2
211.0
210.6
105.6
~o.,. 6
194.6

269.8
192.7
260.1
2 1.8

237.1
248.
115.2
395.1
91.5


107.7
235.3

L"7: 2
177.6

244.7
174.0
20.1
171. I
208.1
111.11
179.
212j


274.0
21169.

173.0
181.2
211.3
128. 5
177.8
292.8
262.o
207.0
16
6%1
65. 1
103.7
195.2

221.8
181.1

IS:187

2547.2


11.3


161.5
273.6



2142.9
17;:;


283 15
1581
266.5
1114

208.0


266.4
242.8
260.8
172.7
183.1
216.3
128.5
273.9
28.5
254.1
205.14
2 2


1396.4


211.5



123.2
255.1




186.8
860


2.26
2.69
2.44
2.60

2.50


2.75
4.09
3.17
3.17





3.22
2.90
2.29
4.27
1.S
3.00

2

3.95
2.55



1:91

1.02
:.21
1.81
1.79
2.58
2.rg


2.38
2.o8
2.140
3.02

2:61
1400
2.96
2.81
4.28
3.22
3.12

2.21
2.82
3.24
3.10


2:.89



4:65
4.157


2.70
2.59



1.65
2.9
2.87


1.77
2.48
2.63


2.51
1.56
.09

2.611



4.60



2.56
2:.
3.19

I:40

2.o0




1:13
2.64



2:914

3.10
3.03
1.72


2.61

2.57

r3
245

.:18
4.67
.20


2.6;


.17
3.43



2. 6;
2.66

:1126


2.96

3.04

1.9702


1.91


E2-L
2:.0


^l!
2,63




1:95
4.68
3.46
9.014


0.26
.80
.84
1.02




.79
1.12
: R


:s,
.09



2:4
1.19
.5,2
.819
d.it
i.51
e89
1.05


596,516
82,002
1 .35,07


2:? 76836
391,259
S25,856
1,610.8151
5Q. 3781

273,'3N4

703,618
1,10,1i48
826,059
8a2,539
2,186,679
2,118,11,3
1,392,59`5
808,004
604;,9

M59,410
3,009,".
6 957,2&
6,510,690

707,996




,46
97288? 043,
567,28o
881,103

643,u
1 053 281
1,772,620
3,78.406
1,656,387
1,911,858
1.075,936
2,055,U6


.0 31


1.0:9
1 04
1.1,7

1:


1.09
2.51





1.17
1.11
1.01


.81

1.|7

1:l|

1.10
1.1


1.39

.94


.90
.814
1.317


I.S
.88
1.22
1: 13


.91
1.07



1.17'
1:.
2.21
,13'


.91,1

1.15


z.8?
1.24
1.01
1.07


Railways having frcigat revenue in ezxoee of $10,000,000 in 1931. For additional related average, see the "Oosparatlv Statment of Operating Averagee.1
Nonrevenue ton-miles included in divlsor.
Inoludee New Orleans, Texas & Mexico By. o.; 8t. Loim Browne le &A Mexioo R. Go., Beaumont Sour Lake & Wetern Ry. Co.; and Orange & orthwetern R.R. go. T Ry. rt
Average based on return that include the Miohigan Central R.R. ao.; leveland, Oinoinnati, Chiokgo A St. Louin By. 0o.; inolnnatl northern R R. 0o.; and E vnt11lle, l Trr R. pa *c., nhe plaer
of thee oaopsanle having been leased to the oew York Central R.R. Co., effective february 1, 1930. R....... < We-tn R. n. d Wynesbur &
5/ Inoludee Pnneyvania R.R. Co. West Jersey A BSeahore R.R. 0o.; Pennsylvania 6 Atlantic R R bo.; Roselyn Conneoting R.R. Co.; Philadelphia & Beach Haven R.R. .; Ohio River & ter Co.; and yneburg
Washington R.R. Co.


2.7 :8 'N 9a
2. .T .:
3.72 .79 .81
.:21 2.O1 1.9
1 21 1l
1.01 1.1
..9 58 *

2.71 1.09 .
2.84 1.02 1.7
.98 1.3 1.
1::8

3.07 .681 .96

3 .79 .a6
.0 .71 "76
8 1.25 1.33
.66 .81 .84
..01 .8a .90
.57
I.83 1 1R I
2.7; :87 1:10
2:7 1:11 1.16
1,.5 1.00


1.06 1.05
no
.B, .85
1.20 1.24


1.16 1.11
1.10 1.06

1.:1 1:.11

.98 1.03
1.0


.82 .:
1.41 1.39
.90 1.00
1.01 1.1]
.92

1.:0 1:1

1.55 1.15

1.98 2.:p
1 |21 1.25










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
32150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE V--NIT REVENUES. UNIT COSTS. AND RELATED AVERAGES. BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I 'TEAM RAIL11AYS OR SYSTEMS, FOR THE YEARS 1931 1927 -C.ntinued -e
Road freight uease, fuel, supplies Freight locomotive repairs Freight switohing expenses FrIeight-t plen car rtep&ns
strct. region and railway nd enginehouse expenses (EColuding depreciation and retirements) per Et0i depitai o action anr
Detrot, region and ralay per freight gross ton-mile M/ oer freight locomotive mile revenue t1on carried 1 rarmnt) p arc-il
1' 19 21 2 1 9 2 8 1 2e 1 191U 9 1 1 i2 7 19 I 1q 1 9 2 9 1-9 2 a 1 9 2 7
1930 11 t To antits)
Nr....lan.d .regi on ......... ..................... ... ....... 9.. k..2 0. 2(! 4. 26.3 2. 2 0 1 A 11 1&wi- a 5.'60 If 3
ser gand reon ..... .................. ....... 72 2. 23 17. 1 i 2 .3 1 o. 0
Groat Lases region ..... .............. ........ ... 51 58. 7 .602 25. 27. 27 .9 8. "7 b. i'7 i2
Center tern region ......... .... .. 581 579 .598 1 2 26.8 27. 27.9 30.8 16.6 15.9 15.3 15.3 1 1-07 1.29 1. .

SDoluthnesT region o. ... .. -560 .559 *? .531 00 2 4 25.4 25.0 26.3 1 0 1 6. 9 16. 1.6 16.7 .92 1.0 1 17 1.1 9.
elgtern di .et Lct .................. .57 .5767 .602 .619 .51 16.o 23.6 22.4 20.2! 2 1. 16. 18.0 19.7 18. 1. 1. 1. 1 .87 1.0 S .02
io hwe ti n re gion.......... .... o ............ .11 2.i L0 1 .0
e126.3 ..3 er rih.O1R A.85
525.0 2 192 2
central Western re gion. ...... .... ...... .... ... 5651 5g 7 wn :.6 u 2l 23. 2 6 i 1 1 7.0 17 13.0 .7 .6 12
o hweeter regim n ...... ............ ... ...32
All districts ........ ....... .......... "*5L13 .560 .578 .597 .630 23.5 25.6 26.7 26.9 28.6 17.2 16.5 16.1 16. 16.8 .5 1.00 1.111, 1.1 2 1.20
Alton R. f. Co. / ............................... .570 .571 .579 59 .6 16.1 20.1 22.3 20.8 19.7 19.1 17.9 18.0 13.3 19.1 1.21 1.64 1.51 1.47 1.55
Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fs By. Co. : 27.0 lS 19.0 198 1! 14 19. 10.3 9 .00 1.01
SIncluding Panandle a Santa Fs By. Co.) ....... 47. 678 21: 2. 26: 21- 1..1 9 .9 20.6 1.1: 1..1
Atlantic Coast Line R. C...... ................ 5 .59 1. 2. j. .0 0 1.06 1 1: .
hBaltmore & Ohio R Co. ................ ....5: 26 011 1 ,0
2.1 1 7.0 2 .2 .1 :6 3: 2
BeessRer L. C.o.. .1 0 5 674:. r2.6 : 1 6 1 13 2Q :7 2. 1 .1
Bufalo o. R So hesn e r 3 P s. C................ C ........ o 2 2 b 3 1o. 1. 0 1. ,
Boston A laine I n Co......... .........61 .' .0 :la .61 2. 6 5i2 4 26 3 3t 3.72 .0 4.6 2.71 1. 6
f lo, Ro e ter A 0ttsbur Ry. o ....... .0 .0 9. 10. 1.09 1.39 1'30 .1102.51
Central of Georgia Ry. o. ............ 66 60 111.1 4 12.9 21. 22.1 22.1 1 17.9 16. 16. 1. 1.2 3 .
C.nral R. t Co. o Now J: es y............... ........ :91 9 2 2 :25 2.1 | 19 : 9. 1: 4 1 : 6 1:9 2. : 29.:
C.peakt reA h Ry. O Co. .. ......................3.:b .529 .5 3 .3 .5 2. 29. 3. 25. .. 10.6 .1 1.1 .9 0
CbIcago A stern Illino y. Co.............. ... 10 1 2 11 12 2
chi awn & North lantern By. Co... ............ 4 6 34 692 22.Q 21.6 24.3 24.: 26.0 19.26 17.o0 5 1 .

Ciea Gret Wiee tern N". 0 o ..... .a 642 R4 U 2 10.3
,o t ,ril, ,o .o .&,, L I t r te:, yn:d tha Ho:n Iale .o., ib to. 1 5 ,:I
SI 5 L o.......1. 1.9 22.3 2 .82 .85 .9s
Cnirs.go,. Rook sland A Pacific By. Co............. 22. 22.7 22 21 1 1 07 1.6
biceago, St. Patt. Minneapolis & Omsaha N. Co. -0 .0 3 21 21.8 21 22. 20. 1 21 1 11
Cincinnati, Non Orleans A Texas Pacific fly. Co. 100 D &9 33.0 1Oo n13 i11f 1 2 J3 R. R 1:o ..
Colorado i Southern Ry o ...................... ... 35 .713.Z 25.9 311.5 6 1
Gelawa:e & Hulson R. N. Corporation / ............70 1 .A1 -797 M: 0 2.2 i .; .2 22.5 21.9 21.0 1. 31 1.51
wr.. 713 .747 21 89. 1 2 23 222 9 21 14 : "
racaa a R B. :0 7 : 2i:1.1 12 U: L:8 : 6 17.0 1 11. 1.0 1 2 119
De,.vrA RiG.an Wo etr B. Co ..................3 .9 1.0 2 '' 1 1.11
Detrolt, Toledo A Ironon R. R. Cc ......................61 Z 3 53.2 147. 1143.0 105 1 .9 1 2. 4. 1 .14
Du.luth abe e & Northern Ry. C. 7/ ......... 1.519 601 77.. 58.2 4.T 4.0 51.9 5-3 4.5 7 .1 1.5 2.79 1.97 161.5
[Kgin Jouest a Eastern By. Co ................... -..69 697 .711 689 .712 16.4 20.3 18.4 20.9 22.0 15.2 114.1 12.5 3.14 122. 1.91 1.20 2.20 ).26 3.147
Erie N.. R. Co.. 1-."
Grand Trunk Western R. R. Co ................. : 66 6 26.1 267 16.1 151 1: 22. 1. 1.03 1.01 1.4 1.17
Crest Northern fly. CO ............................. ?... ... .. .. ..... .. ....5
SRailways having freight revenue in excess of $10.000,000 In 1931 For additional related averages, see the 'Comparatlve Statesoent of Operating Averages.6
Nrenevenue ton-mlies included In divisor.
Averages for 1931 based on combined returns of the Chicago A Alton R. R Co acd Alton R. R. Co.
Averages based on return that Include the Hooking Valley Ry. Co., the property of this company having been acquired by the Chesapeake A Ohio Ry. Ca., effeottves Hse I 1930.
Avaraves for 1928 based on combined returns of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. 00. and the Chicago, Milwaukea, St. Paul & PaocfIa R. R. go.
Aver"res for 1930 based on combined returns of the Delaware & Hudson 0o. nd Delaware & udeon R. R Corporation.
Averages based on returns that include the Duluth & Iron Rangs R. R. Go., %he pzoporty of this ompapsy having baen leased to the Duluth. Missabs & Forther Ry.0o. effective JanuaMy 10, 1930.


















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 47
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES. UNIT COSTS. AND RELATED AVERAGES, BT DISTRICTS ANT) REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I S[EAM RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS. FOR rHE YEARS 1931 1927 -Continued- _

Road freight wages, fuel, supplies Freight locomotive repairs Freight ewitohing expenses Frtght-..tin oar r plre
and englnehouse expense (Excluding dpresoiation and retirement) per (IEilud LIg .apreolational
District, region and railway per freight gross ton-mile g/ per freight locomot ie mile revenue ton oarrlea retirements) per oar-mile
1- ; 9l 0 I 19j 160 8)i 1 U 1 127 1931. 1930 1 2 -1997 .3l1 1930""
rM 'll mlI i Oen -s I aOnte a e


Oult Coast Lines 1.' .......
Gulf, Colorado & Sa ra F RBy. Co................
Illinois Central R. o.
(Including Tazoo & MIllesssTppl Valley R. R. Co.)
Interntilonal-ureat Northern R. R. Co. .........
Kansas City Southern Ry 0o.
(Inoludine Texarkanp. & Ft Smith By. Co.) .....
Lehigh Valley R. R Go. ... ....... ............
Long IFland R. R. Co. ......... .... .... .... ..
Los Angeloe & sBe Laka R R Co........... ....
Louleville B Nashvlle R. R. o. ...............
Maine Central R. R. o. ....... .................
Minneapolle & St. Louis R. R. 0o................
Minneapolis, B Paul e Sault Ste. Marte Ry. Co.
Missouri-Kansas-Texae R. R Co.
(Including MlHiurl-ianeBae-Texas R. R. Co. of
Missourl PacLifi, R. Co......... .. ... ........
Mobile & Ohio R. R. o. ............ ...........
llashvllle, Chattanooga & St. Louis Ry. ..........
Bee Tork Central R. R. Co. V4J
(Intlingudg Boston & Albany R. R. Co.)........
Sew Tork, Chicago & St. Louts R. R. Co...........
BSe York, See Raven a Hartford R. R. Co. .......
lorfolk & eaern Ry. o.......................
Northern Paclfio By. Co....................
Oregon Bhort Line R. B. Co. ....................
Oregon-Ilaehlyton R. R. a Navigation Co.........
Pennsylvanla Bstem /.. ..................
Pere Marquette RY. Co...........................
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie R R. Co. ................
Reading Co ......... ............. .............
Bt. LouLs-San Francisco By. Co............ .....
Bt. Louis Southweates Ro By. Oo.
(Including St. Louis Southwestern Ry. Co. of
Te iBB) .. ............. ......... ........ ......
Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co. .......................
Southern RBy. Co................................
Bout bern Pacific Go. ............................
Telas & Ben Orleans R. R. Co.....................
Tezas & Pacific Ry. Co................. .........
nlon Paciflic R. H. Go...........................
VirgilaLan Ry. Co... .........................
Wabash By. Co. ..................................
Wsetra Maryland By. Co. .........................
Western Pacifio R. Oo. ... ........... .
Wheeling A Lake Erie Ry. Co. .....................


0.24




31.3



.948



.494
-520
.562
.625


700







.629







.398



:50


O. 12

:.1



3.03o


.907





.57E
.638





.611

.571


.662







:512


.6100?


a.299
:506



l522



1.007




-50
.576
.670





.603

.565


691

600
700


.713




.639


0.50
:55

35

.570


.605
1.046







.710
.551



.614

.64



.704



7145


19.4
27.0
21.0
21.2






24.2
28.:
16.1
14.1





22.4



22.3
19.7
17.5
22.8

30.0
21.




23.2

28.8
50.3
19.0


Vi. a
.2
20.0
22.9

34.3

28.8
29.9
24.2
18.1
19.2


22.0
20.9
19.3
22.9
26.
21.1
28.4
48.4
22.3


24.6

30.8
27.1

22.3

25.5
22.1




N2.
29.8


25 .
29.





28.5


20.9

16.)

19.4


24.3
27.1


21.9

2. 6

27.5
29.3
27.8

i24

31.

21:


28.1
32.3

28.9

33.4





16.5


28.8
27.0
19.7
24.9
27.2


21.7

24.0
25.9
21.0
29.0
27.6
27.0



27.1
27.7
27:7


22.4
141.5


27.2
29.2
26.5
27.:

34.4
39.7



21.2
22.0
17.0


29.0


26.4
28.4
25.1


21.0
24.0
26.6
30.1
22.6
26.0
27.2
29.0


2.6
16.2

1:9



25.9

39.1&


7.0
12-7



12.6



8.4
1.5



17.7
19.0
23.1
26.2


22.9
9.7
30.1
1.7
2 2
22.9
16.2


19.9

12.7
18.




5.3


19:


6.0
10.4
18.0
214.2



17.8
11.1
17.0


17.5



19.9
22.0

21.9
5:\
27.6
16.2
22.2
21.9
15.9
10.:

19.4


11.0

24.4
16.0
22.2
5.1

:10
7


6.1
10.8
is. 6
18.6


1 .1
23.2



20.1
10.2



15.9


1 .0
19.1
18.2
20.9
21.5
15.2
21. e

21


21.0

12.9
19.0

14.7
18.0
17.14
22.9

1

1.64
g.7

9.4


11.9 11.1
18.6 19.8
23.7 25.7

13.1 18.
20.7 23.7
10.6 9.7
16.3 1.12
10.8 11.0
1I. 1 .0


18.1 19. 2
20.0 21.6
18.4 19.5
21.3 23.3

18.6 19.4
I. 1:7
26.2 25.7
14.9 13.3
20.1 19.5
21.7 20.1

11.6 11.5
19.2 19.6

14.6 16.2
17.4 17.
17.3 17.5
23.2 22.9
27.0 27.4
15.7 18.6




9.2 .1


0.70
.98
.82
.53



:77
1.03
1.06
1.01
1.02


.67
0.74
1.30
1.68
1.19
1.23


1.0 1.06
.65 1:2




1:0. 12
1.61 1.
1. 1.7
1.2 1.17


0 152


*63



2.506
.662
538
.920



.486
.506
.581
.617
492






.586
: W
.890

.698









.409


.68
:s4
.93
1.70










.90



1:
:1.1


I.:

1.01
.57



1.11






t:E
.95
1.76





1.26



9




:82







1.14
2.91


Railways having freight revenue in xices of *10,000,000 in 1931. For additional related average, see the Oomparatlve statement of Oporel g AveTages.
Notrevenue ton-slile included In divlioi.
TInludes eow Orleans, Texas A Mexiao Ry. Co. I8. Louis Brownaswille & Mexiao By. Go. Beaumont lour Lake & Western y87. Ho.' and Orange & Northeeten R.R. Coo.
Av erage b asd on returns that nllude the Nichigan Caenr R.R. Co.; o0levland, alanlan tl. oChIoeo A& t. Loui y Ry. 0 ati northern R. .; an ille, Ind poll Tuer a Bate B. 0-o., th
property ea of these oopanies having been leased t the ew Tort Central R.A. Co. affective February 1 1930.
5/ Inoludes Pennsylvania R.R. Go.; West Jersey & ashore R.R. Co. Pennsylvania l Atlanti R.R. O.; Roln Conneoting R.R. Co.; Philadelphia Bea Have B n R.B. o.; Ohio Rivet & Weoeern Bu. 0.l aod RUies
& Wasblingon R.R. 0o.


.62 .:7 .1
.7 .93 1.02
1.03 1.30 1.45
.86 1.1 1.47
.75 1.01

1.63 1:2, 1.119


1.0 1.4 1.
.617 1.10 0
2.8 3:.1 .
1.39 1.66 1.71
.46 .45 .80







3 1.50.5














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TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES. UNIT COSIS. AND RELATED AVERAGES. BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS. FOR THE YEARS 1931-1927 -Connmuedg-


Dietrlot, region and railway


heBtern district .. ........................... .
lien England region ..... ..........................
Great Lakes region .................... ..........
Central Eastern region ..............................
Southern dleir ct ... ........... .... ...... ........
Pocahontas region ..... ....... .................
Sou. Dorn region .... ... ........................
western dietrit o ........ ............. .. .......
Hortspestern region ..... ........... ......
Central Wteern rWegln ..... .. ......................
Bouthe tero region .... ... ........................
All dietlioaz .................. ........ ...
Alton R. r. Go. /'. ". 'o. ...............
Atchlio, Topeka & Santa Fe fy. On.
(Including Panhandle A Santa Fe Ry. Co.) ..........
Atlantic o oast Line R. R. O ........................
Paltlaore Ohio R. R. Co. ..........................
Basesaer A Lake Erie A. R O. .......................
Boston A Maine R. R ..... .. ..... ...
Buffalo, RoohesBer A Pittburgh Ry. o .............
Central of Georgia RyOn ........................
Central R R. Co. of ea Jersey ....................
Chesapeake A Ohl Ry. Co. 31 ... ..... ...........
ghicago & Eastern lillnoi RHy. Go. .. ........
Ohicago & North We tern R. o. ...................
Chicago, Burling ton Quinny R. Co.. ..............
Chicago Great Western R. R. Co. .....................
Chicago, Indlanapoli e Louieville Ry. Co............
Chicago, Milwlaukee, St. Paul PacifiLo R. R Co. 4
ChicaBgo, Rock Island A Pacific RBy. Co.............
Chicago, 81. Paul, MInneapoliT8 & r Rmaa y. Co ......
Cinoinnati, e Orleans & Telaes Paoiii' f Ry. Co .....
Colrado & Souther, Ry. Co. ............ ..........
Delaware A Hudson R. R. Corporation 5/ ...."'.....
Del&awre. La oAvenna. lAestern R. R o.............
Denver G Rio Grande Nestern R. R. Go. .............
Detroit, Toledo A Tronton R. R. Go..................
Duluth. Uloeabe A& Nortern Ry. Co. J/ ..............
3lgin, Jollet 8 Easterxn Ry. Co. ..................
Ere R. R. Co.
(Including Chioago A Erie R. R. Go.) ............
Grand Trun Westtern R. R. Co. ......................
Great Northern Ry. Co. .............................


Freight traffic
axpenaeB per
ton carried


Ratio of switching to corresponding
road train expenses (selected accounts)


v,.*q.4tt r


I.-


Passenger servloe
expenses per
car-mile


... 1 1 1 ... .. IQ 'a. is -2 1- -O 1 n7 t Ol I 131,I tpa I J E I I


I nt j


rn C


1712 19 7 199 99
C
4 199
) U


P an
4i 1 \ l


it 1


- C


.i, h


0 -i


9a I XI 92


2-92


1-7


3.80 1110 2-_ I0 .- 1 4 -- ---- N;
j 3.58 2.90 2.87 63.8 63, 11.: I7. 61:,: 2861- u 39.5
3.6 2.77 2.27 2.25 2.11 67.8 69.2 68.9 66.7 6. 11. 11.2 10.7 10. 10.7 31.5 33.o 33.3 33.6 3.
1 2.5 2.. '7. 69.2 .9 68.7 37.s 1. 0.3.292.

4. 39 3.9 3.3 7.3 7.0 76 7.2 7.0 .8 24.6 .7 27.1 28.1 8 27.1


7.02 6.11 5.6 5.58 5.30 43.8 43.1 .4 0. 40 5.6 5.2 5.1 5. 5.3 25.0 7.7 19.3 29.6 31.2
4.70 3.83 3.21 3.21 3.o6 52.0 52.2 52.2 50.7 50.2 9.1 8.8 8.6 8.5 8.4 27.7 29.0 30.0 30.4 31.1
l9 -4: 1 1 7 --. j 1LC j~


6.76
6.28
8.68
5.72
1.:31







10.92
5.21
5.33
6.75
3.30
5.91
2.73
2.347






3.20
.21
.9633




.875
3:.9530
5.91




6.93


5.32
5.28



3.140
8.93
1.15
2.01
6.51

3:2.91
8.95
4. 32
3.90

5.18
2.02
1.98
4.90
4.72
2.192
.15
.59
4.12
4:45


5.06






7.87
1.05

5.27
2.35






1:R
.47
7.67
3.61
4.90
2.50


1.84
4.26
4.06


.47
3.61
2.91
3.77


5.19


3.38
.91
2.:19
2.43
7.37
1:44
4.76
2.13
3.59
8.02
3 .65
3.38
4.66
2.09d
14.85
1.49


3.82
2.314
.17
.49
3.81
3.08
3.57


63.0


.

37N
50.0

77.:3



50.9
51.7
44.2
58.6
1.9





172.6
52.3
32.7.


61.5


60.1

35.5
51. 4

82.6
54.6
50.2
38.0
52.0
44.0

5I:1


14.0


202. *
53.9
37,3


58..4


58.8
29.3


48.6
61.7
147.2
79.9


1:5
46.86
50.8





41.1
146.0
56.:4
174.2
.3


57.4

57.8


35.1
149.3
62.9
74.4



A.1L
419.1
4.2
52.2
34.7
39.8





166.2

50.7
34.7


52.0

55.0
28.8
50.3
35.3
1.6



74.01



43.2

38.8



56.2

166.0
45.1
381.6
36.6


5.8



61 .9
11.5
8.1
11.2
9.0
2.3
9.0
1:97
9
11.3
9.7
8.9
13.0
2.5
4.6
11.2
12.3




-5
5.9


4.8
6.6
6.4

7.4
11.3
6.7
10.1
8.2
2.5

9.
9.1
7.7
12.8
10.0


12.5
2.9
5.0
10.5
12.1



8.1
5.0
5.9


4.5


1:1
8.7
10.3
6.1
8.6
6.8
6.1
9.1
1.2
7.5
11.9
10.1



3.8
6.0






5.6


27.2

22.14
28.41
1344.1


Iit
41:1
38.5
26.7


27.5
27.8
28.2
26.8
25.3




75.1


28.1
31.k
27.1


ailways having freight revenue In exaess of 610.000,000 in 1931. For additional related averages, see the comparativee Statement of OperatLng Averages.'
Averages for 1931 based on oonbined return of the Chioago & Alton R.R. Co. and Alton R.R. Oo.
Awerages based on returns that Inolude the Hooking Talley Ry. Co., the property of this company having been acquired by the Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co., effective May 1, 1930.
Averages for 1928 based on combined returns of the Ohitago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co., and the Ohioago, Milwaukee, St. Paul A Paolflo R.R. 0o.
Averages for 1930 based on combined returns of the Delaware A Hudson Co. and Delaware A Hudson R.R. Corporation.
Averages based on returns that inolude the Duluth & Iron Range R.R. Oo., the property of this company having been lead to the Duluth, Msmabe A Northern Ry. Co., effe oti
January 10, 1930.


29.6 29.4 30.8 29.8


24.0
23.2
3 .6

146.0
25.0

25.2


29.8





42.0
33.6

70.9
36.6


30.7


28.2
25.1
30.6

23.8
30.9


29.16
103.9
75.1
61. 3
31.14


20
32150


trer Con i


I


1l c


n n


10 l












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TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES, UNIT COSTS, AND RELATED AVERAGES, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. AND FOR SELECTED
CLASB I STEAM RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS. FOR THE YEARS 1981- 1927 -Continued -'


123565


Freight traffio Ratio of switching to corr-sponding Pussenger service
expenses per road train expenese (teleoted aocomunt) expeasoe per
District, region and railway ton carried -- Tro r t Pessenrer oMar-alle
1931 1930I 1929 1928 1927 191 | 1930 I 1 9 I 1928 1927 19 1 0 19 I 9 I1 19 I921 1 19 9 _S1910 191 | 19 SI 19 7-
S(Cents; (Per Oent) (Per Oent I (aent)
Gulf Coast Lines W ........ ..... .... 5-96 4 3 4.9 1 4.68 3 7 30.9 26.2 22.1 2.1 1.0 0.7 0.9 1.1 1. 29.5 33.0 3 3
Sulf, a rado at R .:Co.................. 5.70 4.09 3.73 4. 3.7 J3.0 32.6 29.5 24.1 6.6 7.0 6 6.4 5.6 30.2 11.9 r3.8 r.i R
Illino is A& pp ally Rs R fot O n.76 4.22 3.64 .76 .77 r 4.54 149.5 50.7 50-1 49.9 11 0 10.it 10 10.6 10.5 25. 26.2 IS: 1:8. 1 0
(Incldn aco aMi.*..si.i. i f. ft. Oo.1 4 '7 .| 142 1. 4 25 .6 Io: :' : 21.7 25.9 |' :
Internationaz-Oreat Northern R.. R C. ............. .. 39 5. 0 .53 .2 44. 53.8 571 55-5 59.3 .-3 .7 4. 4- 25.8 281.7 29 .5 .


soour-Kas ci -Txy Sute R. R. Co.
cludig i uTexarkana -T. ithR. R. Co. of ...... 7 6.7 6 5.1 3, 59:1 1 0 4. 9 1.2 1.7 2 1 2. .
Lehigh Vllle, &hat no Rt y.... ..... ............ 11.6 3 .1b .5. 3 6 3. 3. )9.. 9. 9 2 .5 26.1 2.5 26. 89.7 30.
?2 9 8: 1, || 90.0 94.0: 1:2 1 1 : : : :
Long e-land fr. r. o Ry....... .... ................ .3 3.9 3.60 6 3.59 46.1 46. 44. 41 4 5 5.2 5.6 5.6 5.7 4. 7.6 7.6 21.1
oe Angreles & Bait Laos R. R Co.. ..... Z,. 4. 20.9 2 259 1 2 4.o 1 2?.9 .2 1i













It. Lout-lBouthes- tern Ry. Oo.
Lou e a Nas e .. ........................ 95 5 535 53.0 4 .1 25. .
Ma l Centrl R. N. .............................. .2 4.08 4.22 4.06 2.7 21 31.0 7.2 7.6 7.6 7. 7.7 26. 27.5 1. 419.7 9.
M i n n e a p ol is St .P mul a lau lt S te Marie ftp. Co 5.93 .37 3 .1414 3 3 13 3 .0 7 61.0 13 a :1 2 :: : 2 :1 i? ::2 4 g:i 10:9


MIe as : R ao t. ot .. Co ...................... 6.5 5. 5.550 9 2.0 372 ,. 2 H1 39. 9 D









(Innodei wg Or le t a y. .o. St. Loui, Bro lle xo B. o.; uot Bou Lk er y. o. and ug or rn R. R.C o ... .of T.
Miso uri Pacific F. N. Co ..77 5.66 5.53 5.1 143.7.7 3.0 2 32 3.7e 2. 21.
Mobile a Ohio ft. N. Co. ............................... 3 9.43 9.19 9.02 40 5.1 ..4 U 2 4 .9 1: 7 h 2.5 2 .3 2.1 7 3-2 25.9 25.: 4 27.5 27.9 2.



as ill C ge btta d oonga S t. Louis t Ry .. ............. non 9 th n 5 R. 2 5 26.d In2.5 21.1 9.7 30. T
nte York C a R. Oo. th poprt of c............. op ag d to t ork nta R. R o. ff t eb y 1, 1930.






SCndtra Pf.an Alb anyit R. R Co.j ...... 5 B 3bar R. R. 5o. 1 Pe 2.6 yl:: ttl R. R. -i R lyn onncting R. 7. 5 5il dlpi B.1h 12 n R 16.: Obt 2i3: 2 W2: 63 Ry.
e or O o. R I and & yn Ur g S h.................ngton R. R 00. 5 ..2 7 52 24 .7 26. 27.1
Norher PaSot ote N Ry. 0o............................ !: 4 4.
rn.. 1 1 14.9 14.9 1. 9.1 13.7 11.2 :. I 1: 9 33
a: Peonfe n lyrics .. ........................ O 52 2.5 .2. 4 71.2 71.7 32 0 .3 1 '9
Per: aut... ... .................559 3.33 3.21 3.12:96 5 59.9 8 1 9.6 7 32.1 1
6 o0 ; 13:2. :
Pienur hAl tkSyem Ey r ft....C... ...... ............ ....1, .59 .5 1 19. 7.14 73 7 14 51. 1 7



heading Pafo C ..... ............................ Va. 05 8.6 31.5 3 7 3. 7 7 6 l 5 5 .
-exaBs A S e Or Zleca ft. ot ..................... 5.. 3..978 3 .50 3 6 .1 a 52 .7 51 .1 is.! 47.5 5...
Onion Air Lne5 7y. .o.0019 WQ 124o. .1o M6.o 2 1. 20.14. R 1 22.2: 29.I1.0
rgi fy. o................................ 1.9 1.51 et1. 1.3 01.21 31.2 I o ,I ht h. ;1 a t, t2 33.14 1o 32:1.:21 71 3.3
WesaterN M rleand R. R. Co .......................................3.t3 2.2 21.U' 6..0 3:3 l 0.0
lete Pacific n. 0. Co. .... 0................ .........22 0 6.50 4 1.tdo 7 n 7 2J. t6 .0.4 2k51 F!
o A. Co................ 2 2. 9 2.35 76.1 5. .2 .















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TABLE V-N[Ir REVENUES. UNIT COSTS. AND RELATED %AVERAGES. BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I STE'I\ RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS, FOR IHE YEARS 1931-1927 -Continued -.


District region and railway


ESatern district ...... ...
oSe aneland region .. .... ... .............
rea Laie regilo .... .. .... ..... .. *** *
Central Eastern reoton .. .... .....
SoutL rr. strict ...... .. ........
Pooe ontaa region ..... ...
Southern region ......... ........... .........
edten district .......................
C oro r ee er re I n. .. .. ....
Cnt area W srn re l n ............... .......
So.ithpestern region ..... ......... .. .. ...........
All dletrlcitE .... .....................
Alori R. R. Co. 2/ ............ .... ... .........
Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fe Ry. Co.
(Including Panhandle & Santa Fe Ry. Co.) .........
atlanitto Coast Line it. R. Co. ....................
Baltimore 1 Ohio R. P. Co. .....................
Beeamer & Lake Erie R. R. Co ...................
Boston I Maine R. R ............... .
Buffalo Rocnester & Pitlsburgh Ry. Co. ..........
CentraL of Georgia Ry. Co. ................... .....
CentraL R R Co. of B"w Jersej .......... .... ..
Chesapesake & 'hio Ry. Co. 1/ .......................
Chicagi; & Eastern Tlltnola Ry. Co....................
Chibcago A N-orth western Ry. Co ..... .............
:hc'bl go, BurltnLgton & Qiulney R R. Co. .......... .
ChLcagoa Great tesrern R R. Co. .... ........ ...
Chicago, Indlanapolis & Louisville Ry. Co. .
Chicago, HlilIaukee St Paul & Pacific R. R Co. S/'
nica.tJi. Rjck Island & Pa:i'l- y. Co. ..............
Chice6o, St. Paul., M. -%V; '.:a A Omaha Ry. Co .....
Clnclnnatl, Few OcleLt: r'a Pacolc Ry. Co .....
Colorado A Soithern Fi. ... .............
Dealwaae & Rudson R. R CGrporatlon 5J .. .........
Delanare. Lackawanra A Western R. R. Co. ...........
Dever & Rio reande Weastern R. R. Co.. .............
Detroit, Toledo A Ironton R. R. Co..............
Duluth. lissabe & Horthert Ry. Co. .............
gIgLn. Joltes & iFaeten R/. Co ........... .........
Erie R. R. Co.
(Inolodung Chicago & Erie R. R. Co.) .............
Irand Trunk western R. R. Co. ......................
'reat Northbrn Ry. Co. ..............................


Passenger service train
revenue per passenger
train car-mile


Average journey
per
passenger


Passenger revenue per passenger-mile


Other Than comm n


.
'
2 1
'
199
0 ""'" 1 5 1
92 1 7


36.7
27 a


TV

27 a


-f6 0
36.0
37.8


28.0

2 .57
LL7 07


4 t2
248162


39.82
27. 3b
AD A.


1.08


1 ,10
1.02
1.09


1.10


1.11


1. 11


. A


il:


1.446


w.1 iw -7.- e 3A: b 5 5- i -7..-- 5-59- 1 L! 1 -J9 1Z. 1- -if.t -. A 1 3. 4t
18.6 22 o 2 7 27.3 28.6 .0 ..15 -.9 50.6 52.75 U 1.229 1. o0 1.jo 1. 9 .. 3 35 3. 3-4i
19. 0 27.2 26.7 2. 67 67 7o-,? 73-.2 .-9 71 14 1.05 1.07 1.08 1 08 1.07 2.70 2.96 3.04 3.10 3.14
20 2) 9 27. 26 9 2.2 6 ..7 19 71.07 69.99 9.6 1 99 1.00 .99 .97 2.6 2.89 6 .96 J.02 .0
17.4 1. 2o.6 26 2.9 2.02 124.6 115. 109.77 oo 7 7 1 51 1.5 2.83 .0 .15 3.19 .2

23.5 27.0 31.5 31 4~ 52.9 36.71 38.11 39 81 39 99 10.55 1.06 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.11 3.06 3.25 3.29 3).1 )3.34


29.1
24.2
20.4
22.1



18.6
40.8
22.7
23.


22 8
27. 7
21.5
24 1
23 3
20.0.
21.2

Y3.8
N *2
23.2


y .

24.6
19.6
21.8


150.47

553.92
188.94
100.07
12.48


71.82

82 51




0. 4

128 99
122.16
133.70

1 07
?76 57

4:.52

27 12
21 17
109.49
201 68


125.78
327.17
169.95

21.03
40.58

69.46
127.29


31.712
50.89
160 78
110.08
73.92
47. 5
117.81
131.12
7. 40
21 82
155 08
41.15
11.00
21 65
140.11
172 32


120.34



14.66
18:387

66.78
17.22
S7.01

34. 14
51.92
128.56
102. 60
76.89


l50.
133.59
36.83




58.01
21 5
126. Z
161. 67


112.96

290.57
192
15.10
21.7
36.4

6 21



52.60

81.50











21.72
112.09
16. 59


10 30
2b6.86
123.00

14.97
21.12
37.57

6).45
17.72
49.89
69 19
34.664
119.78
92 06
80.25

87.60
11).75
125.58

33.42

(0. 37
40.93

49.15
21.96
107.51
128.86


.78

1.04
1.35



.84
1.01
1 17
1.27
1 17
.98
1.76
1.17
.93

1.20



1.28
.97





1 02


.83
1.17
1.60
1.10
1.36


*.84








si
1.07
1.15
1.23




.97
1.25

2.63
1.28
1.01
1.97




1.07
1.29
1.67


3-02






3.16




.181
). 9





3-09

3.05
3.48


2.39
3.94

3:.3
3.08
),.g


3.27


3:



3.12



1.26
)01











3.18
]. 8



j:.16


.07
3.13


1 Railways having freight revenue in excess of 510,000,000 in 1931. Tor additional related averages, see the "Comparative Statement of Operating Averages.2
SAveragee for 1931 based on combined zetunse of the Chicago A Alton R R Co and Alton h R Go.
Avera.ea based on returns that include the Hockin. Valley Ry. Co the property of this company having been acquired cy the Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. 0o effective May 1, 1930.
SAveraLea for 1928 based on combined return of the Chicago, Milwaukee A St Paul Ry Co. and the Chicago, Milwaukee, BS. Paul A Pacific R R Co.
Averages for 1930 based on combined returned of the Delaware & Hudson Co. and Delaware & Hudson R. R Corporation.
Averages based on returns that include the Duluth & Iron Range R R Co., the property of this company having been leased to the Duluth, Miesabe & northern Ry. Co., effective January 10, 1930.


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TABLE V-UNIT RE\E NUES. UNIT COSTS. AND RELATED AVERAGES. BY DISTRICTS AMD REGIONS. AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I S'IE-\M RAILWAYSb OR SYSTEMS. FOR THE YEARS 1931- 19L'7 -Coniunuev-J

Pae eeger service train Averare o irney Paessenger revenue per poeenger-mall
revenue per paseenger per
District, region an. railway train car-mlle passenger Commutation Other than oomutaton
___________ 1930 1929 1923 1927 19311 1 0 129 19 27 27 19311 190 1929 19F7R ,1927 \ 1911 nlyz 192I a 927
(CenI) Ml MUlee) (Cente) (Oants)

Gulf Coast Linee 2_ ... .......................... 1.5 18.8 21.8 21.5 214.u 70.08 75.03 75.95 72.88 100.70 1.33 2.82 .85 2.1 2.9 3.11
Gulf, Colorado & Santa F. Ry. Do. ................ 16.1 20.5 25.8 25.8 28.9 116.89 112.05 102,83 100.13 94.05 2.65 2.90 2.99 3.07 3.18
I1tLnoIe Central R. R. Co.
Clni(,aengtlaoce & Ms|esipil Valley R. H. Co.J .. 20.1 24.0 27.5 28.2 30.5 19.L2 20.09 21.52 22.1 24.96 1.30 1.32 1.3' 1.35 1.34 2.87 3.13 .29 .37 3.3
InterLational-Ozeat northern R. R. Co. .............. 16.3 19.1 23.6 23.3 26.1 139.70 141.12 133.79 128.06 117.71 2.82 2.95 .96 .99 3.0

(ns 1g T kana Smith RF. Co.) ... .. 1O.8 1n. 23.2 22.7 26.3 105.20 101.65 95.33 78.o04 68.61 2.69 2.74 2.9 3.18 3.26
Lehigh Valley R R Co. .. 21.0 2.6 2.4 28. 30.7 98.31 68.73 83.17 79.65 77.58 1.48 1.46 1.16 1.44 1.43 2.92 3.01 3. 3.07 .07
LonI d R R C47. 51. 54.5 52. 53.8 16.08 16.00 15.92 15.81 15.58 .90 .91 .92 .92 .91 3.28 3.26 3.26 3.20 3.1
LoAiselad A SaHl LaCe. .. ........... ..... 184 20.7 22.8 21.6 23.1 355.77 297.47 7 281.6O 25 .04 1.01 1.1 1.04 1.06 1.06 2.4 2.73 2.78 .78 2.87
Los Angeles & Salt Lake R R. Co .. 7. 5 .87
Louttlle aahvle 8. R. Co ............ ..... 17.8 21.9 27.7 29.5 32.0 89.99 82.13 77.65 71.75 64.22 .87 .89 .96 1.01 1.07 3.05 3.2 3.2 3.33 3.37
Maine Central R. R. Co. .................... .........33.2 37.6 r4.3 41.6 141.9 65.46 64.66 62.16 57.03 52.80 2.23 2.19 2.19 2.16 2.22 3.44 3.50 3.58 3.61 3.61
Minneapolis A St. '.o ls R R. Co. .................. 18.8 20.5 25.3 22.8 23.6 69.32 67.25 58.143 60.19 56.09 1.41 1.10 1.39 1.46 1.0 2.81 2.92 3.03 3.0 6 3.12
Minneapolis. St. Paul Sault St Mare y. Co. .... 17.6 21.3 26.9 26.2 28.3 16.09 163.78 150.41 138.17 115.90 1.99 2.13 2.10 1.98 2.00 2.73 2.92 2.99 3.11 .10
Missourl-Kransa-Texas R R Co.
(Incluling KLs.ourt-Kansme-Texas R. R. Co. of
To s) .................................. ....... 16.2 20.5 25.0 24.9 26.9 153.86 145.5 136.39 132.06 142.13 2.95 .27 .24 3.0 .29
Minourt FPacilo R. R. Co. .......................... 17.4 21.3 26.3 25.5 27.2 125.68 115.01 105.13 101.79 91.15 1.42 1.44 1.1h 1.51 1.58 3.05 3.12 .14 3.11 .PD
Uoble A Galo R R. Co. ............................. 15.5 17.4 23.2 2.1 23.8 76.23 66.59 62.84 60.57 56.35 .99 .75 .75 .90 .77 2.71 3.00 .11 3.29 .21
ashville. Chattan*oga & St. Louls y. ............... 19.h 23.3 28.1 29.7 31.2 109.52 92.88 72.50 68.12 64.03 1.08 1.20 .85 .87 .99 2.93 3.37 3.59 3.51 3.51
Ieo Tork Central R. R Co. 3]
lung Boto & AlbanR. R. Co.) ........... 26.7 30.1 35.1 35. 7. 7.30 .55 53.46 53.7 5.60 .95 .96 .9 .99 1.00 .6 .6 .
ew ork Chicago St. Lous R. Co..... .... 17.9 19.9 19.9 186.51 16. 150.67 135.32 115.94 1.98 1.87 1.86 1.97 1.69 .1 .r
ies Tork, i. Hven & HarLford Co............ 53.1 58.6 66. 67. 67.0 31.03 30.01 30.55 29.58 28.18 1.25 1.25 1.27 1.28 1.23 3. 3.71 3.70 3. .
olk aetern y. Co. ... .. .................. 17.6 21.5 27. 27. 29.2 68.89 65.58 62.05 58.9 56.06 1.51 1.55 1.48 1.35 2.23 3.22 3.30 3.38 3.
orhrn Pac c Co. ........................... 18.6 20.9 26.4 26. 25.9 204.8 18. 166.66 157.93 141.75 1.8 184 1.86 1.84 1.77 2.73 3.1 3.05 .0 .
Oregon hort Line R. Co .................. ...... 17.4 20.0 23.0 22.8 23.7 14.92 138.62 131.64 133.37 126.00 2.6 3.11 3.13 .14 3.18
Oregn-Washlngton R R & Navigation Co. ............ 18.5 20.11 23.5 25.3 2.1 202.79 18 .11 170.94 160.72 158.72 2.62 .22 '.2 .31 .29
pnnsyl.vani ey taM ............................ .28.5 33.6 38.6 38.8 39.4 36.,69 36.59 36.73 36.23 35.60 1.3 1.38 18 1.38 1.38 3.33 .57 .5 3.5 55
Pere Marquette fy. Co. ............................. 18.9 23.3 31.4 29.6 30.9 108.00 102.64 102.01 98.014 1 1.86 1.87 1.89 1.9 92 9 .06 3.09 .13 3.18
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie R. R. Co. ..................... 23.- 30.1 35.5 38.2 13.2 22.69 22.05 21.98 22.05 22.13 1.14 1.17 1.21 1.23 1.25 2.98 3.12 3.17 .15 3.2
Heading Co. ....................................... 25. 29.8 35.1 36.8 39.7 18.06 18.26 18.40 17.06 16.2 1.32 1.34 1.36 1.0 1.4 2.94 .09 .2 .2 3.2
St. Loule-San FrranMfeco By. Co. ..................... 17.8 23.3 28.7 28.7 33.1 120.51 118.25 108.53 102.93 95.20 1.40 1.43 1.145 1.47 1.48 2.80 3.06 3.38 3.43 3.W9
St. Loute Southwestern Ry. Co.
(Including St. Lo-ils Southwestern Rf. Co. of
Teas) .......................................... 1.0 27.5 23.4 23.4 24.1 75.65 1.36 62.2 5.72 51.35 .97 3.1 3.2 3.30 3.7
Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co. ........................... 16.1 17.9 2.0 2.0 22.1 175.7 12.60 131.8 1.92 119.02 1.10 1.10 .83 .80 .77 3.25 3. 3.50 3.51 3.5
outhen Co. ... ............................. 9. 24.6 31.5 31.4 33.3 1. 111.6 104.08 101.33 97.47 .8 .86 .89 .90 .95 3.17 .3 34 3.38 3.4
Southern Paofito Co. ............... .......... 24.5 27.2 30.1 29.6 30.5 44. 6 44.13 45.50 43.72 42.69 .9 .95 .96 .92 .90 2.35 2.77 2.84 3.9 .9
Texas & e Orleane R. R. Co. ................. ..... 19.0 24.1 28.5 27.6 29.4 217.74 183.48 170.14 163.38 148.84 1.09 1.10 1.05 1.23 2.63 2.92 2.91 3.00 3.10
Tenxos Paciric fy. Co. ............................ 20.9 24.5 29.6 0.6 3.6 159.04 17.10o 6.41 158.50 16.86 2.5 .10 3.4 .9 9
Union Pacific R. R. Co. ............................. 17.7 19.7 22.2 21.9 22.6 367.31 332.91 307.94 301.99 285.68 2.- 64 iI. .
Virginian fly. Co. ................................... l. 12.7 16.0 19.1 25.3 23. 5 20.53 20.68 20.22 19.49 1.88 2.01 1.94 1.93 1.87 2.83 3.0 3.11 3.1 3.7
Wabash By. Co. ...................................... 18.9 22. 28.8 27.6 29.3 13 .8 122.99 118.62 112.87 104.03 1.11 1.10 1.13 1.14 1.15 2.58 2.89 2.98 3. 3.
Western Maryland Ry. o............................20.9 26.2 30.7 29.7 35.8 2.2 20.99 27.18 26.58 27.46 1.04 1.04 1. 1.04 1.07 2.91 344 2.55 2.66 .75
Western Pacific R. R Co. .................... ...... 10.1 15.5 18. 19. 1. 372.15 361.2 35.2 3 369.79 3.14 2.20 .58 2. 7 2
Wheeling & Lale Erie Ry. Co. ......................... 19.1 19.9 25.6 26.9 29.3 52.50 48.36 5.94 38.27 2.46 1.38 1.47 1.49 1.45 1.47 2.81 3.01 2.98 3.08 3

I Railways having freight revenue in excess of $10,000,000 In 1931. For additional related averages, see the Oonparative Statement of Operating Averages."
Inoludes New Orleans TexAs A Mexiono y. Go.; at. Loute Brownsville & Mexico fy. Co.; Beaumont, Sour Lake & Western By. Co.* and Orange & Northwestern R. R. 0o.
Averages based on returns that include the Miohigan Central R. R. Co.; Oleveland, Cinoinnatl Chicago A Bt. Loulie y. Go.; 0cnoinnati Northern R. R. Co.; and Eransville, Indlanapolis & Terre
Haute Ry. Co.; the properties of these companies having been leased to the New Tork Oent;r R. R. Co., effective February 1, 1930.
SIncludes Pennsylvania R. R. Co.; West Jersay & Beashore R. R. Co.; Penneylvana & Atlantic R. R. Co.; Roeelyn Connecting R. R. Co.; Philadelphia A Beach Haven R. R. Co.; Ohio River & Western
By. 00.; and Waynesburg A Washington R. R. no.







INTERSTATE COMMERCE OOJOIISBIO
Bureau of Statistics

OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES, BT OLAIS OF 8ERVIOZ

FORMULAS TABLE T


Item Source and Formula


Freight revenue:
Per freight groee ton-mile ..........................................................
Per loaded oar-mile .............................. .............. ....................
Per net ton-mile ....................................................................
Per cent nonrevenue of total net ton-miles ...........................................
let ton-miles of revenue freight:
Per mile of road ........................................ ...........................
Average haul ...........................................................................
Freight expenses per freight gross ton-mile ............................................

Road freight wages, fuel, supplies, and enginehouse expenses:
Per freight train-mile ...............................................................

Per freight gross to-mile ..........................................................

Freight locomotive repairs per freight looomotive-mile .................................


Freight switching expenses per revenue ton carried .....................................

Freight-train oar repairs:
Per car-mile ........................................................................

Freight traffic expenses per ton carried ..............................................

Ratio of switching to corresponding road train expenses (selected accounte:
Freight .............................................................................


Passenger ...........................................................................


Passenger service expenses per oar-mile .................................................

Passenger service train revenue:
Per passenger train oar-mile ........................................................
Average journey per passenger ..........................................................
Passenger revenue per passenger-mile:
Commutation .......................................................................
Other than commutation ..............................................................


Item 101, on page 509 of annual report, Form A, divided by item 9, column (d), of Form O-A..
Annual report. Form A. Item 101, divided by the sum of items 51 and 62, on pages 508 and 509.
Annual report, Form A. Item 186, on page 509.
Annual report, Form A. Item 95 divided by item 96 on page 509.

Annual report, Form A. Item 125, on page 509.
Form OS-D. Item 11, column (d).
Bua of columns (a), (e), and a proportion of (g), on page 309 of annual report, Form A, divided by item
9, column (d), of Form OS-A.

Bum of columns (c), (e), and a proportion of (g), accounts 392-402 inclusive, on page 308 of am"al
report, Form A, divided by item 3, column (d), of Form OS-A.
Sum of columns (o), (e), and a proportion of (g), accounts 392-402 inclusive, on page 308 of maima
report, Form A, divided by item 9, column (d), of Form OS-A.
Bum of oolumne (0), (e), and a proportion of (g), accounts 308 and 311, on page 306 of annual report,
Form A, divided by the sum of item 6, column (d), Form OS-A and Items 37, 38, and a proportion of
item 42 (based on the ratio of freight expenses to total expense) on page 508 of annual report, Form A.
Annual report. Form A. Sum of columns (0), (e), and a proportion of (C), accounts 377-389 inclusive, on
pages 307 and 308, divided by item 91 on page 508.

Annual report, Form A. Account 314 on page 306, divided by the sum of items 53, 54, 62, 63, 64, 71, 72,
and 73 on page 508.
Annual report, Form A. Sua of column (c), (e), and a proportion of (g), aooounte 351-359 inolusive, on
page 307, divided by item 91 on page 508.

Annual report, Form A. Bum of columns (c), (e), and a proportion of (g), account 378, 380-388 inclusive,
on pages 307 and 308, divided by the sum of columns (c), (e), and a proportion of (g), accounts 392-401
inclusive, on page 308.
Annual report, Form A. Sum of column (d), (f), and a proportion of (g), account 378 380-388 inclusive,
on pages 307 and 308, divided by the sum of columns (d), (f), and a proportion of (gj, aooounts 392--401
inclusive, on page 308.
Annual report, Form A. Bum of columns (d), (f), and a proportion of (g), on page 309, divided by the sum
of item 61, 66, 67, 68, 69, 75, 76, 77, and 78, on page 508.

Annual report, Form A. Item 103, divided by the sum of items 61, 66, 67, 68, and 69, on pages 508 and 509.
Annual report, Form A. Item 184, on page 509.

Form 08-D. Item 8-01, divided by item 7-01, column (d).
Form 08-D. Item 8-02, divided by Item 7-02, column (d).


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