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INTERSTtAT'E COMMERCE COMMISSO
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


OP'u'TINs REVENUES AD OPERATING EXPENSES YC SO EVC

CLASS I STEAMV RAILWAYS IN.THE UNTDSAE

YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31192

WASHINGTON, D.OC.






STATEMENT No. 33150
(SIXTH IN THE SERIES)


UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
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THE INTERSTATE COMMERECMISO


PATRICK J. FARRELLCara
BALTHASAR H. MEYE
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FRANK McMANAMY
EZRA BRAINERD. Jr.
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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATl'G EXPENSES, BY CLASS OF SERVICE,
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1932


INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT


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In the Statistics of Railways from 1916 to 1926, a statement appeared annually showing the amount of each primary expense ao-
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.


All Eastern Southern Western
Cls of servicedistricts district district district
Freight service .............................. 66.97 68.22 63.71 67.22
Passenger and allied services .................. 118.98 101.36 149.27 138.16


The method of deriving the various averages in Table V is -plained in detail by the formulas on the page following the table.






Washington, October 7, 1933.


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IITERSTATE 01D~ORi OOMISIO
Bureau of Statist lO

STATTU rT Or OPERATION REVEUESI AID EnXPESE BT CLASS r SERVICE. OLABS I BTEAM RAILWAY
(INOLUDING SWITNRTIO AND TERWITAL COMPANIES) FOR THE TEAR iiED DKOEMBIE 31, 1932

I1m


TABLE I. umary of Prlmary Operating Reenue Aooounts of Clasa T Bteam Hallways for Each Clas of Service, by Distriots and Regions .................................... Pages 6 ad 7
TABLE I. BSumary of Primary Operating Reenue Aounts of Classaa I Swiching and Terminal Companelaa for Each Class of Service, by Districts and Region ................. Pages nad
TABLE II. Bu ry of Primary Operating Eipenoe aooounts of Clas I Steam Railways for lah 0lasse of Bervice, by Distrlts and Regions .................................... Pag 10 to
TABLE 11-. Hume of Prtary Operating Epense Accounts of lase 1 Bwitching and Taernal Comppanes for Eaoh Olaaa of Serloce, by Distrltsl and Regiona .................. Page 2 to 3
TABLE II. Sumary of Operating Revenues ad Operating Expenseaa by Clae of Bervice, with Operating Ratio, of Individual lasaa I Stema Rallways .......................... Pages 34 37
TABLE I. Sumary of Beleted Operating Statititos Relating to Freight and Passenger Servloes of Individual Clas I Steam Railwaye ....................................... Page to 1
TABLE V. MUit Revenues. Unit Coate, and Related AveraSee, by Distriots and Regions, and for Selected Clase I team Hallway or Syatms .................................. Page~ to 52

Plala of Road or Big go To._
ame of Road or System ieme of Rood or 8 e m o r Systemo No.
Akron, Canion a Tmongstwn R. Co. (0.).. ............ .....9 Fort north a Deonwr OCty Ry. C (0. .) ......................** .............36** .. 40 I A Tork, eW Haven & Bertford R. R. 0a. (E..) .......... 34, 8, l,, 4 47, ,
Alabrm Groal toutbsrn R. R. Co. (8.) .................... ort ort o rand a y. o. (..) ..................................... 37 41 ew Tr, Cataro Wten Rr. O. o.) ..................................
aIon R. R. o0. (0.3.) ...'..............................36, i, 1, <, i 550 Pr soon Lines ................. ................................................. 37, a Now Tori, se hIn a lWtern o N00II (01 .......................... II 3
Aotonolk A. eoste. Co..(P.)..........(.... ........ ....35 3d. 13, 13. my,..**
Atchion, Topeka & Santa f r. .............. eorgia Florda R. R. (s.) ... ............t.........C.P ( .......... o S e O .).......................................
Aln Arbor S. 8 .. Co: .. (G.L.) ...............t. ,lBj J. G0
tchisn Topeka a Seanta Fe 0 o. Georgia R. R., Le e Orgisaton ... .............. .......... orhern Alabama o. .... ..................... ..........
(AtIn. Panhandle A anr a e V. Co.) (0..) ......................, 42, ,46, 48, 50 Georgia Southern & Florida Ry. Co. northernn Paifi y. .)...... .................. 4 e
Atlanta st Poln R. R. o. .) .. ................................ : : 39 G d Trk Western R. R. Co. ( .L ., 5 northwestern Palfic R. R. Co. (0..)........................... ..
iOnit it lln; R o : )3 I Sui t lp Iolsrd R. R. O. (8.) .... ....... .... .....................C.* Orson-ihtyM dR. R. O (0.W.o .... ..w.). ........... 3, 0, ., HI W, ,
Atlanta, Bir. L. G a ......s ............. ............... ........ 5 3 r Nortrn .. C ) ,
Atlantic Ceast Line R. C ( I a tip Island R. R. Go. (8.).................................. on S Lime R. R. Co( .........................
Oulf, Colorado A Banta Fe Ry. 3. 4S.W.)1..................37. 1 13 45, 147, 9, 5
Baltlore A Ohio R. R. Co. (0.) ....................... 35. 39, A 50 Gulf, Mobile & orthrn R. R. o. (B.) ......................................35 39 Panhale B ant ..) ....................................... 37, V
Baltimore A Obhio Bflte .. .... ................... ................ 35,3, 3, Olf, obile A orten System, ... .........................................35 39 Pensylvani R. R. 0 o. (0..) ..................................... .... 3,
Bangor A Ar coook R. R. C.o. ((..E.) P ..... ... ..................... .. ......9 P t ...................... 3 3; : 1 J
B rummlontr a Lake A "..... ... ..................... ....... ... 7, f I eis a C otrl n. ..................................................... 5 39 u.mll R. o. ti R. o O.L. ) ................. ......... ,
Be l Lake es R. R. .o t Central Co. ................................................. Pittaburgh A ake Erie R. .0 O L.) ..................
Boseton Maine A. R. 314.) R '48 k2. (Iool. Yamoo A Miss. Valley R. R. Co.) (.) ..................... 43, 145147, 49 51 Pitburg A& Shawt R. Cc. .L....................... ...
Suroltgtoc Route ............................................................., ntnlatlnoiT Grmit Corth.rn R. R. O. (.. .) ..... ............ 7, 1. ...35 5. 7 39 P ttsburgo. h uSNr n t..R..o..... kT
International-Great Northern R. R. Co. (S.W.) .......... ...37, 41, 4, 45, 47, 951
ubrig & Indiana R. H. Co. (O.L.) ....l ..................... ......... 3 Inter ional R. Co. of Mae Reading Co. (C..) ....................................... 5 9, 4 ,
oCnS a National Lloos In Sew England .E.) ............................... 31, I (See Canadian Paifto Lines In maie) ...................................... )3, 38 Reading S em .... :. .
da Plfl Lins .. .................................... E s, O outh O R 5. ..................................4 Rook Islad B o o........... ........................... ...... ....
Canadian Pa Io Ln in Vr. .5 ............ a C ty outlern R. C oIt. ........................................................................ .
Caadn Paciflo gytem ... .................................... .. I ( ol arkana A Ft. Smitb Ry. Oo.) (B..).. ................. .13,15, 14, 45 51 R 1.. o9 1n*1I.
cntrl of org o. ......... ... ..35, 39, 1 42, C g, 50 an city Southern System .. ............. 37 1 St. Joseph Grand Island y. (0..).............................. t I
nt R. o. or New Jersey :::: ..... 39, 42. l4. 0 Eana Oklahoma R Gulf o.: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:: g.................. .. .... .......... S. Lou onell e o Co. ( .).....................
Inntral Veermont ur.. Icrt (.E.) R. .... ......................) ...... T os e .o .....................
hrlest lon st r .e C ::................ L Le Superior Ispeming o. (N.r.) ................................... 40 iLan rao s .. .)................. ......
Ohiraoak A Ohio Co. (P.)..... ..................... h......, .....l 1 10 Lehigh o Hudron Rivy. o. (B.L.) ......... ......................... ..... 3St L r .om .. ................ ......... ...:
COhio a ng o A lno i oN R. R. (0.1.) ... ... .....34 38 Lv.ialle R .. .................. R. Oo. (... ................ 395, 4.3, 47, 749 51 (001 t. Louis Goi.h 'w e 0o, Co of Te..) .. )'......... 14 3.., ..., 7, "
Ono A CoP e2 4 E L 5 L n R. R. o. ............... Co. o .. western Ir o
C hicago n o A Eri R R. Co. ) .. ...... .. a, 6, Lo, 50 RI ans r o. (I.a .).. .............~. .............................n 3, 47 I
Chicago, n rlliugoo A Qulnoy R. o. (0..),... .... 36. O 142, li, l, 1 L8; 50 Losa Aknss & Teams Ry R C.. ....... .... ............ 34, 3, 3 4, 7, 41 Sat, Poah Syst O I..(. ...... ... ............ .... ... .
,Ohl oa C O.t O ... ... 0......... ..Sot n Co.S)......... 5. t tr Byo................ofTe(..)...............3.. ..... 7 1 1i. 1
hicago,& Ilnoi N Pul o RM. R. C.. 9 3, I l a e R. B. Co. 3........ .o 3 S S, 41,

Oloao, Rock I.lnd Oulf Ry. Co. (C..w) ................... ............ 3 M idld VTalo y Rn R. lo. (. ) Li .... ....................... .. ........ .... Southern PoaUlo Gao R. O ...... .... .................. .
Chloago, Rook ltlnd a Ptci Re o. (0..) ................................6 0 nnpoll A Bt. Louls O. (. ) ...... ..r....n... 3 O 3 ou r Pl o By Do. .... ......... ....................*...*
Obhlcago, Rook Iloand A Pallfo Ry. Co. Minneopolis, St. Paul & kult Ste. Marie 1. R (3..5 .. 36, 10, 43, 45, 147, 4, poke lot ratil onlI o. Co.(N..) ..................................*..... .a
c(Il Cicag Rot k I slad & Of R. 0 o.) (0 ) ...... .. 42 4 r 8, 50 i i Iopp Contlan R. Bo. (8.) ... ........ ......................... 3 Spokue, Potld B l R. Co. ......... .................... d
Chloago, tL. Pa.i. uMnnepool i 0-Aha R. Co. (N.E.) .:. ,6, lo:, 46, 16 5, 50 Musouri A orth Arknss Ry. Co. (w. .)) ........................... ........ la R T t o. ............................... 3
CinoiTnnalt, re Orleamn A Toes Paolfo Ry. Co. (S.) .... 36, 10, 42, 415, 46 48,8, 50 M leo8rh-Illiot e R. R. o. (0..) ........................ .......... ......... 39. .
8Clionrlold R. R. Co. (S.) .................................)... ... ... 33.. 9 3islouri-XEasa-Toxae Lino .................................................. 37. ml Tennessee Oontral R. Co. (S.) ................................................ .
Colorado A Soutbern y. o. (0,. .. 3, 4 NIourl-sasB-Tea R. R. o. B.e.) ........ ... .......... t or h Ry. ..5.......................... 4 ..5 4.
Oolumbus A Greoenllle 1. Co. (3. ........................ ...... ..... .... 35s url anoarl-tu-TexoN. R. C. Oo. .. ..o... *. .. 5.. ......... ..........37 k T.xark.. 3P S ohR r h., J S S,
........43 49 51 Toxs A P fo 1R. G o, (B.).).............................. I. I ,
(Oool.o M issO RiEan. TxCoA (I .lou s R N -To R. R. To. of T (8. ) ................... ...... .... ...........................
Dolwuo, Lackua.nna A Wtorn R. R. Co. (O.L. ........ 4 50 Mlisourl Ptfiflo R. R. Co. (18..) ........... .............37, 741 m, 47, .)
Dener Rio o tern R. R. Co. (..) ............36, 0 M our Paflo yt ..... ........................................35 37. 3 1 n ........................................

Dant al ol Lakte y. Oo. (0............................................; 0 obi A Ohio R. R Co. (S.)..............................6, 43, 5, 51 l r Dlwr o. (.. ..........................
Detrago, AoMackInand & 00.flo ( .L 40 Nine l A1R. Co. .7-p
( noln soraiase i. .. .............. Spo n ........ A Hostile'BY' ............ 1 4





Detroit Toledo ore L ..................................... (O. .) ............................................... 3on R. C. (C..)...........................
Detroit, Toledo S oron oon R. R. O c (O l.) ...... ...........,.3,.2..;; Utah 1W. Co (R...) ............................... .........-..., .......... 141
Duloth, oto I Norther oto R.I. Co. O,) .......:: : 42 k 46 4 Mor o. o ............................. U Por f .. ....................................... ...........
Duluth, outh m o~Ie e A tlantiL Ry. ( .) .. a lle, Chattaooga Louis Ny. (S.).............. 3, 43, 3,,
Slan C o. ............ .....36, 0 national of ex ..................................................... 3 rgni o. (.)................................... ,
Duluth, .innpeg Pa ol O ...................................36 o. (.. .. ............................................ ... : : ................ 3 1 .................................., 49 5
New Haven System ............... .... Do ....................................... 8 Wbek 1W. Te7ow Orl.n .. .(.g. )
Elgin, Joliet A Eastern R. Co. (O.E.) .................. 35, 39, 42, 44, 46,4. 5 50 JNewersey A Ne tork R. Co.(o.L. ..... J Tea) .....................6 W abash s te .................................. 3' 1.'"4514. 1a; g
Eri R. R. 0Co. (.L., .......................................................3, 35 New Orlea A Northastern R. Co. .................................... 3 .te Maryland R 0 .......................3. ,
(Cnol. a l g A Erio R R. Co o.) (r.a l )........................142 1 41, 6, 48, 50 NRw Orla, o Te A M y. Co. (r.5.)................................:. : R Ns n (o a .) 8. 3...... 3



DNoe Sy stmo. ........ ...... .................................... ....... o rl e. 1 9 t S t ern R. (..) .................................... 3
orda B aID Cand e Ct r ...................R.... ..o........ 3,i4...........44... w rl ork et Ra Co. R 0 .. ..................... 3...3.he A Lake 00. 5 7. (51i Toed,.
DtlC s,)or e .R.G .................................. Io 1 ew Tot Connotg R. R. Co. (N.E.). .......................... 314 3 ao A Missiseippi Valley N. R. Co. (5.) a i e n t....................................35 3
D: si t Rad 2. 111A. ........3 Utah By !^ IN .. 87




OTi The region to whloh a road has beoon algnd is lindioated by letter following the ne as followed: oe uIngland (N.E.):; Ort Lae (O.L.);
Central Eastmf (0.1.); PoOuhontas (P.); Southern (S.); Northwestern (3.3.); Central Western (G.E.); and outhweatoern (8..).


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TABLE 1-,i .fMA( .V OF PRIM 1R1 OPERA il u RE% [NI E i I'oL'. is lOf 1 LA.S I S6'AM R.IlRII a.% FUR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
RV DISTRICIS AND REGIONS. F',R TIIE IE.AR ENDED[ DIkEMBER 31 1B32

Totale for distrcl t


astern dietriot


- ,.- F r 9 F


All JlET.rL ce


bsaetirnale I BIuT IaOL
to ilretprt o pa's'nger
eervoie n and allied
service 4u.,


eaplerr, dlb'rict


Bo.-thBe district


Western district


HNe England region


I.. p r .-.-- I .-.--.- I,.


A*Belr,aDle I ir*g*1*5
to freight to rjasec
Service a lla
eervloe


ABsl.i.abl C ." ""ul
to freight t passenger
servloe and allied
serlvce.


Aaeli-_ible
to fielpht
Iervioe


to passenger
and all ed
-1 ...


Assinable
to freight
servio


to sesoger
end allied
-etjes.


ep npp e
I I I


1. TRAVIS'rPTAT7ir RAIL LINE
101 right ................... ............. ..
102 Passeenger................................*
10O EXeesp baggage..............................
e S rlaaplpg or..................... ............
Lj5 Parlor and oh&ar car ...................... .
106 al ........r... ............. ... .............
107 Fxprea .,...... .........................
10 Otoer pa&eergear-erain......................
109 M2lk........................................
110 Siroblng ..................................
111 Speclal servloe train .......................
112 Other fretlht-train ........................
13 a tra n erer "-rre- l t. .................. ....
L after t rasferar-Paesangsr................
Il : Water trau,srfeT--VBbliteei ard Ilve Btock.....
11l rater tran~rer-Ot..er......................
Total rall-line traneporiation revenue..
11. TRANSPORTATION fATeR LINE
121 Frl ht.....................................
122 Passenger...................................
12 Exoa bagsag ............. ................
l2 Other pasen err eerels....................
12 Mail......................................
Exprosaa....,........ ............ ....*....
127 speoLal sera oe .............................
128 Other........ ................................
Total eater-line tLranportatton revenue.
III. UIOIOEIITAL
131 Dintlrg and buffet............................
132 Hotel anrd reetauraurt.......................
13) Slatllon, train, and boat prlvlelges.........,
I13 Parcel roo ..................................
135 Btorag-Frelght .............................
1 B Q ora e--Base'n ..................... ...
1 7 Dmurrge .............................. .
13B Tolegrapb Te .d eelaphoae......................
139 Orasn elevator ..............................
1UO SBtokyaord ..................................
141 Poear ......................................
142 Rents of b-lldlnge and other property........
14*3 MLoellansou.................................
Total iLncdental operation raeveuse,.....
IT. JOin FAOILITT
151 Joint faoility-Or ........................
152 Jo Lt facl Ity--r-............................
Total Joint faoLiLty operating revenue..
Ralliey operattog revenues asslgnable ...
Unasgelgabla operstlng reveanue
apportlODa ..... a ....v......=.......
Grand totaJ, rallway operating revenaus..


I2,4a6.863.790
$376,538,1
1,988,583
315,137

97.161,716

I 9.1,926
24.343,255
35,93,770 181,63
657,656 222.966
3,122, 5
510.692
1,304,1t39
2,962,21 I
956,867 1L, u25
2.490,797.509 561,4121,839


11.046,110,50 -
22L.852,309
777.072
9,637
122.056
38.1 52,996
S 2,779.758
20.16,856
14.717,1 7 167,250
260,00, 133,88
99.907 -

1,173,314
292,59 1

797.12 3 12,723
1,065,4147,352 312,180,293


$673,963,411











178,9, 790
10,091


2,669

478,941,790


16,50
28,093
6. 357,521
9.030,874
'35.526

555,
28,137


15,055
1,702
69,576,223


6926,759.519







16,532.626
102,85t
3,012,455
616
d 103

946,408,337


$109,856 L9
94b.884
289.200

34L9,20

1,653,307
3.601,009
11 652



116,070


179,665.323


696,912,854







1,097,150
17,590
75,001
22,306

2358
98,125,169


2,986
876,519
B02,715


103,102






4.8,771,965


Great ILkeN region


to freight and allie
servicee %i! I


*7],86E,186 6




JS



5

19.775
320,097
2.014 61)
157,496
U64,05),969


*55.7 3.lx5


67,100
16.E27.4 4
961,1126
13*, ,

-M

1,01.3,100


128,94e,469


I i t

3,965,40 -
5 17 5 5 2856 -
13,26 Ca85 9,151 -



13,54 ** -9 *
13h.- 5L.,I P 00
.200,180 I 571,510 300 291,969 4,099,880 279,541 -



11,.59s 1,: 15,005 5,059 09 17,312 109,81 530,86 21116 -


2,983,288 1,935.502 529.587 518,199 177,59k 2,264
169.879 6 -,8S9,l6 5 ,9 ,, 69.265 917,149 16-.22
6,139,016 .108,133 567,4. 13 1,,46,395 165, 266 1,351,515 -
2,,21,251, 9575 15,2 50 555 3)81 1,oa6 12,761 9, 935,56 6
1,9: 1,72772 198696 3,073 114,370 22.
-51 2.12 95 9- 470,3n 2
'7:2,'50 2,265,651 ;6 2,128,43 2|16.5 11 1120,613 821 297 1,
1 9;1; 9: 553372 636 2,967:;4 2 1 ,5l 47151 ?04,93 35 1,655771 190,51s
23,361,090 27,198,994 13,577,722 16,659,465 4-,458,9*65 2,198,116 5,324.433 58,5 11,.10 1,755,329 2,314,251 4.,89.955 8.502,156


'901015 .22? 1,557,352 606,250 393,281 2,150,615 1,650,355 147,407 944*,11 10*.256 *61,606
606,733 156.695 15,123 1,099,732 566,553 2,666 5,582 38.430 579,205

2,250,911 2,1P2,609 750,470 1,250,649 149,555 378,155 1,050,856 1,083,802 114,741 93j,556 65,856 d 117.60E
2,520,509,690 591,904,952 1,079,775,864 330,212,379 48*,850,290 72,152,497 956,883,536 189,540,076 100,055,239 52,024,775 489,012,810 137,327,025

11,406,825 2,938,687 5.095,302 1,717,32) 2.0*5.3.2 )60)09 .,266,)91 861,055 l3,38 269,511 721.4e3 110,86


2,531,916.515 594,841,639


1,06,.870,956


331,929,702


72,512,806


g. Deflolt or other reverse Itsm.


961.1,9.927


190,401,131


o100, 1.,567


52,294.286


XAcoutrt


19,734,23)] 137.437,893









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TABLE I-SUMMARY OF PRLMARI OPERATING REVENUE .%.COUNRlS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYB FOR EACH CLABB Or SERVICE.
BY DISTRIC'I AND REGIONS. 10R THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81.1982 -Continued


Eastern oae trlOt southern district easurna dlstrito
Central Easern region PaMahontas region Southern region liorth eat.er region Central .Wetern region SouthUleBIan region
A count e Aeai'abd Ltoan paenger 'oa
bl to paeaner aandigcali to pianger o rrfrright to freigftl P "Grsow
aelsogas.,os'os __o a blr .e lleel tali tile ].roa asas____asa manic.. *e"r "ao talrgi? eaend tilled to fregr n and allid so alliie
: 1 1 91 services I services s~IO' ervice NOTTCON wi7jiill


6217.277,484














22ae.231.15


I. l&TAPSirRlAlION RAIL LIU?
Freagbt. ...................................
Pa nger..................................
Ex acee baggage..............................
Sleeping car................................
Parlor arnd caslr oar......................
Mall ................................ ......
KApreso.....................................
Other paseangar-t rar .....................
mllk............... ........................
BSwicobhLng.......................... ...
Speotal entire tratn .....................
Other frlght-traln ........................

Pater trar.aer-r i......................
later tranafare-Psas.aacgr................
WaBer Iranefere-VahloLe and live etoo.....
water iranafer-Othbar.......................
Total rall-lae trarneportatLon revenue.
11. TRANSBPRTATION AATD R LINK
rraLgnt ...................................
Paeranger................................
orage--a bagag............. ..............
ODier paeenger eerelo ....................
Mall ........................................
xpreas........................... ............
Spe"'al service.............................
Other ...................
Total I ater-line Tranepartti.on ?rvenue
III. ICnIDrFTALk
Dining and buffet..........................
Hotel aid relaurant......................
Btatloa, traLi, and boat prillagea .......
Parcel rOc. ...............................
Storage-Freliht...........................
Btorage--Baggaga.......................
DamurrW...............................
Teleagraph and telaphona........... :........
Grain elatDor............................


110 Btoolkya rd...................................
141 Po er.......................................
1142 Renta or bulldloge and other propart,......
14 Mlaoesllanaoue..............................
Total Incdaental operating ravenues....
IT. JOINT FACILITY
151 Joint fsoility-Or. ........................
152 Joint faolllt--Dr. .......................
Total joint faa llty oparatirng revenue.
Railway operating revenue aeelgnable..
Unaasgnable operating revenues
apportioned........................
Grand total railway operating revarnuas.


$475,)365,520







6,014,984
168,1)2
5.131
129.986



483,268,244


610),275
6,190
51.968
17,298,023
9,399.211
1.015,61"
2,911,004


1 -.9
159.911
2,219
134,465,856


6166,617.712










37,689
2,669

167,899,721


71,069

35.2,a2
626
14,976


15,051.


10,059.802


1307.345.699







3,o612, 48




10,56i
311,042,069


5)6.864,24
22. $-o
1.500
23, 728
13,740,022
364,457
520,116



I
1

1
1,702
59,516,421


6280,283,370








6. 46?
48,265





287,006,583


2. .359
167,440
,131,6o,
425,217
1,937,576
51.880
23,910


429g,198,965







s,395, U
H.1. .

614
Ad 3

135.170.604


61,613,461
207



1.052,073
1,e220,80



116,070


96,063.868


17.739 3.967,601
S 27.86; I -6 26 6
..1- 1 :71 -
4.05 9.151 -


300 -
3-1)4.540 -

300 291.969 17,739 4,082,141 279,541

3,175,879 250.901 1.658,5 1,37.,749 3,437,829 93 2
11,508 109,2 10.569 209 67 91 088 91.8B46 3 .1i6 38,035 1
1.657 6 1 399 159
2558.37 6 1 25.26 2.902 51? 7A3
915.6 56.806 "72.781 198.612 154,622 16z49,5
42.792 1.510 10,941 16,623 45,642 7,000
2.291,39 161.Me 406,066 49.987 519.08 :80,3 -
1i.u,8.90 1-3 3 6i.1 ,38,0 3 -
5,830 1,953 5,247 331 93,792 -
1,975 9 a; ,932? 1, 6,663 53, 6 .1
2,190,108 190,968 1,802,776 10,366 1,1616,720 1;69, i,0op i9 746,406 21,7 51
21. 49 2210 68,oe l 7 6 2 3 64 ,7 20 : 'a "'8i g :0 9 164 7 2; fr i % id6, S9
6,896.398 5,673,059 2,223,473 335,658 2,235.472 1,862,458 1,885,183 2.232,197 2,066,691 1,825,86h4 1,372,559 1,453.349


541 4 :96,97 296,961 40. 9729 616.,W200 1861? 9 278 17 3.161l
31661 120;ll6 6:9106 136;579 8; A7 47:45 "N l:04g04;:404 2499 9r7? 7l2,
559,873 429,695 4 12.708 90.054 462.263 288,104 207,197 311,796 574,644 439.047 269,045 332,959
490,704.815 140.860,579 170,110.486 o10,45,514 31),739,804 61,666,983 289,116,702 54,232,836 441,894,08o 101,608.320 225,872,7514 33,693,920

),950.341 1.i .94j 29,043 1.955 .,016.99 358.353 1.345,876 217,166 ,572.M64 599., 1 347. 831 44,4


'94,655,156


342,197,523


170,139,529


20,487,469


315,756.103


62,025,337


290,462,578


54,450,002


444,466,764


226.220,585


I Defiolt or other reverse tem.


33.743.388


7


Elm'


n.ola.612











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
33150 BUREAU OF STATIBTWCS

TABLE I-A--BUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING REVENUE ACCOUNT OF OL4ABB I WITOEING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR BACK CLASS OF 8WBVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND BEGIONB, FOR TUE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81,1982

Total for districts Saetaen tdlerin

All distrote Esetearo distrlot Southern ittriot Western distrtlo Iew e fgla region 9lat dLke. region
Aoosout Aselgf.5,Me A- tglils sa ignablea Ailgable Taisrs &l fALsl nto Hl AsPsailos. &ieLl 'lb AmasfleB Amlbp.la
rcet taeenger eSoee freight t Areightble IOs tor pas w ll a i
mManMie src and allied sere serc nid allied ec as A


1. TRANSPORTATION RAIL LINE
101 Freight .............. ... .
102 Passanger ...... ................... ..
o103 E baggage ...... .............
10 daleepnl. oar .... ...................
100 Parlor ano abhair oar ........ .... .. .... .
106 a l ..... .... .................. .
O Expres ............... .....................
108 Other pasliger-train .... ...............
109 lk .......... ... .... ............
110 SwI thing ........ ... .......
111 Bpeolal service train ........... .....
112 OLncr freight-train ........... ...
113 WLter tranefers--Freigt ... .... ...
11 apt traa ers--Paseangi....o.. ....
11 Water trasfaers--fentolae and Live etok ..
l water tfsneerae--Otner ... ........ ..
Total rall-lina transportation revenue .. .
11 TFASPORIAIIOb -WATER LINE

121 frei .. ..... ...
122 Paeaenger ..............
123 Exceae taggage ........... ..... ...
14 Othar pasaenger service

12 Exprees ... ... .
127 Bpaolal eaTrce .................
128 Oher .... .
rotl Wster-llbe transoortatlon revenue ...
III. INCIDETILL
151 Dining and buffet ..... .. ....
132 Hotel and reeaaurant ......... ..
113 Sta&ti .. train, and boat rivllgae .......
13l Parcel room ..... .... .. .. ..
1)3 Storage--relght ..... ... ...
136 Storage-haggge .
137 Danurrage ........... .
138 Telegraph and telephone .....
139 Orain elevator .... ...
140 Stookyard ............ .
141 Power ....
142 Rents of buildings and otaer property ...
1143 ieoeliaaue ... .. ...........
ToLta incidental operating revenues ......
IV. JOIHT FAOILIrT

151 Joint facility-Cr ...... ...............
152 Joint faclllty--Dr... ........ ...... .
totaJ joint facility operating revenue ..
Railway operating revenues aaalgnable ...
Uoaselgnable operating revenues apporctonec
Grand total railway operation revenue ...


81,092,405







31.529,675
131



240


S263,
263,544


$971,421







19.752,369
131



240


61.438,730


$120,9a4







10.338.576


263,54


69.393.526
Ijl


32,622.451 26j,541 20,724.161 1.438.730 10,459,560 263,541 9,393,657













6- 633, -
S 5:eJ '121 1. 950 64.27
,5,EB t,79 29,303 -
9,512 ,71; 4836 3.641 1 1,035 3 13 -
4.715 6Z 1672 3.865 3
189.552 125,556 2.345 61.651 38896
394.,75 391,.758 -
138,784 7&13.,7 136>,7
41 3,0 3 9, 9.620 2295,840 24,415 -'&
8o6:338 35,4 60,02g 13930 2.971 733,279 32,491 2.
1,778.185 212,879 329.2)3 43,830 28,384 14.703 1,420,563 154.346 so20,98 -



,9477 157,544 7.4 1.064 6 7.39 -
7.847 dl57)i 7,847 dio04 L.L- 156 7.389 -
34408.,)3 318.876 21,061.246 42,766 1.467,114 12,487 11.880.123 263.623 9,604,969 -
436,394 10loo4 139.430 1 497 544 5 296,420 10.302 5.707 -


34,I44,877


389,680


21,200,676


4),263


1,467,658


12,492


12,176.543


A Deficit or other reverse Itn.


9. 1. 75.n


273,925











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS WA

TABLE IA-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATINO REVENUE ACCOUNTS OF OLASS I SWITCHIiG AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOB EACH OLABB OF BOBr VB,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONB, FOR TIE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31.1932 -Contnued

-- I r Wster diui LI


A-oount


I. TIUNSPORTATION RAIL LINE
101 Freight ................. ...................
102 Passenger ... .........................
103 1xoese baggan ....... .....................
104 Sleeping oar ..............................
105 Parlor and chair oar .......................
106 Mail .......... ......... .............
107 Expree9 .................... ............
108 Other saageerger-tral. ......................

09 Hii ............ ... ..... .......... .
110 S itohinig ....... ...... ...........
111 Bpea al service train .............. ....
112 Other rreleht-train .........
113 Waler transfers-Freight ...................
114 Water trar.aferv-Paseenger ................ *
115 Water tranefere-Vehlolee and lite stock ....
11 Water traneerse-Other .....................
Total rail-line transportation revenue ....
II. TRAWSPOTAZION WATER LINE
121 Fre ght .....................................
122 paeenger .......................... ......
123 Exoes bagage ............ ........... ...
12 Other passenger servoe .................

2 presl ........... .. ..... .......... ..... ...
127 8peoala service ............................
12i Other .................... ..............
Total water-line traneportatton revenue ...
III. IONIDENTAL

131 Dining and tunfet ..........................
13? Hotel and reeatura.........................
13 Btation, train, and boat prllegs .......
1 Parel roo ............................
13 8Storage-rreigbt ............. ............
S Storage-Bgge................ ........
13 Deurrag.......... ....................
13 Teegraph and telephone .....................
139 raLn elevator .......... ....... ...........
140 Stokyard .................................
141 Power ........... ................ ... ......
142 Peate of bulldlnge and other property ...
14.3 iseaellaneous .............................
Total Inoidental operating revnues .......
IV. JOINT FACILITY

151 Joint faollLty-Or. ........ ...............
152 Joint faollliy--Dr. .........................
Total joint Faolllty operating revenue ....
WailWay operating revenue aeelgnable ...
Unaaelgnable operating reventei appor-
t owned ..................................
Grand total railway operating revenue ....


hanLern district


BouLhern discrilt


Central Eastern region Pooahontae region Bouthern regln Northestern rgLon central IWelern raglan sUouthwestera rglan
..... .. 1ia a 1--a e .. .


AIal nble
to freight
mar.la


1971.,21








10,358,8.73





2.40
.1,0.504


Assignable
to paaeeneMr
alr allied


Aseignable
o0 freight
aerv.la


Aaeignable
to passenger
ad allied


Asslgnable
to freight
aerlY 100


$1,135,730


l1."38,730


TO paeege r
and all ed
canto..


Aielgnable
to freight
servioae


,Agona bl:,
o Ie Ansegrtable
etod elliad freight
e service
-affIon


- 6,265,91


4,265,891


1120,984"








679.50Z






800.Kha


L







23,35







23,350


Anlignabig gom uz
to pMal gr tl*ISS?,; (***
ual'a ald Mellied


t65,93,151






5,393,181


120.191






1240,191


633,6. -7
1:.379

4,823 3,641 99 12 52
6-, 162 -- 3 3,79
s6,660 2,345 25,550 3.316 ,75 -
.- 289,75 -6



33,773 13, 00 2,.971 -10, 8 --
125,256 1.3,830 281,38'. 14,703 "9,105 3- ,32 3 1.566.130 154,263


518 ,0 154,;-
1,06; -. 2,216 14,6

518 a ai. 0-6
11,456,278 "2,766 l1.67,1114 12.7 4,311,996 M- 603 6 3.33 6, 761,311 20,190

133,723 497 1.3 0 5 35,361 1,030 261,059 9.272
539,177


11,590,001


43,263


1,467,658


12,492 4,314,996


a Deficit or Other reverse Item.


TI


I .. I


I ---------- I ---------------- L_ -


Western diatrilot


939.177


24,463


7,022,3lJ70U P"










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
33150 BUREAU OF S1AIS1TICS
TABLE I1-61"MMARY nF PRIMA,\R OPER'EiNO EFIENBiE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I B6EAM. RAILWAYS POR EArH CLASB OF SERVICE,
BY DIS IRIt I. .\ND REGinNS FOR iTHE YE R ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1932

Total tor distrloat
All diatrlanOl astern di trlot Bouthern dtitrlot Western dlitriot
Assigned MAssigned Aigid ig hlpeignid signed assigned nslased
A000I and d d and ead and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned appo on aortone rationed apportioned apportioned
to to paaeenger to to passenger to to passenger to to paj enger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
arvi merynleem ervslae merfloa-.- e se-'amrvneam m tvini mmara.ne.
I. lA INW OS OF RAYT AID STRUOTUR B
2:,907.l 610.61-5.306 o,008, 162 ,4,7'o.603 $5.s5.825 6..s) o .o .
201 Superintendene ......... ...................... ......... .. 2,907 221 10,645,306 10,00,162 gh,710.60 5,08 2 1.95.813 S10,813,24 t.O,08
20 Roaday ra le n anon-ard ........................................... .. 2.760.375 J15269 1 15.,i32 191. 18 3 1, 7,050,84 9: g
202 Road:: m:aintenance a, & 1.9:105 S.1 0 3.5 7
Roadway etenena-oe-other ................................... 20, 8.929 6,57,711 73,981 1 ),6 ,.l o 35379
0 Roadear-Depreolatlon--ad .................. .129 i -
Road.ay-DepraolatloB-Obher ............. ...................... 11,72 11.261 3 2 11,15 1,259
204 Underground power tubea-- rd .......................... ......
underground power tube-Other .................................
205 Undergroutn power tube-Depreolattoa-Tard ....................
Underground polar tubea-Depreolatlon--Otltr ................... 1,70 1,.21 28) ]
20 Tnel and aubes wa.. er ................................... 1,00,978 456.00)3 295,22E 174,719 247,91 60.704 465,837 220,580
207 Tunnels and subiay--Derenatn -ard ..............................- -
Tunnels and ubwhay-DopreolatloO--Otter ..................... 6.. 1,041 T17 682 s63
205 Bridgea. treatlea- and ou era-. ...................... ......... 242 3 7 ,925 17792 .692 366 625 1
Brldgea, treatlee, and oulert-Other ......................... 3 01 5 7,1 3 2105 1.69.55 3 1, 6
209 Brldjea, trestls, and aulvetat-Oepreoatlon--Yerd ............ 23.709 22 055 1 5 ,
ridgee, trtle.a, and oulvertS-DePreoato -ter ........... 246,052 9 104.551 236.05 126,213 67,507 15,2
210 Elevated etruouatr-lard ..................................... 6..895 0 16,665 19 1 3
Elevated truoturea-Othe.r ................. ................ a6.405 140,106 6.455 1 ,5. -
21 Ileviated eruoturTai-Deprolat lon--Yad ....................... ... -
2 evated tru at ures-Deprenlation--tber ....................... 5.595,062 372,065 20,2O,30 .33,6 1,325.940 65,951 2,46,292 172,751
S ard ............. ............................319502 12930,934 2 3,6556 7.2,367 3,11.276 15033,0 153 5.94,098
T Il -O-ter .........D.............. ......................... 2,

3 ,4 ^r.-^arT"" 01 11" ; ***5:5::::::::::::31::::- 1,0 21:3o b,3 o t, 6 l 9 6 58,20
213 Tir.l-Depr ealtona--lrd ...................................... 1. 4- 1,01,
elepro t ........r ................. ................2 173 423 5,075
6125 R16341-1Op6a1rs99,530 5-8 .1........... i 20,687 q'l, ,2,8 11,416 b,7
R2 l Be-Dapareolstl O ....................... ......... .. ,4785 1, 7

26 Other craok eaterial--Yard ..................................... ... .2,56,993 241,271 1,263,826 168,131 363,845 22,.24 1,219.322 90,822
Other trano aiterlal-Other ...... ...... .......... 8,10,325 3.787,49 3,645.905 1,737,075 1,794,379 b17,481 3.370,041 1,432.993
217 Other trail masterlal-Dpreolatlon- rd ...................... .763 148 615 -
ither trak uateria oapreoiation-otner ...................... 45.81 24*,009 10,170 .,530 23,919 16,969 11,092 2,511
21 Sl t- ra ............................................. 115 10,660 47,591 7.375 1,6'21 11 49,053 2
Blaat--Oher ............. ...................................... 3 .9 1,429,161 1,024,258 56.404 1,261,6 42,627 1,11,033 378,130
219 Ballaat-Depreolatlon-Yard .................................... 2. 2 8 20 -
2 a11 taa-- epr eesat o--.Ot er......................................... ,69 ,6 ,317 a,2,998 9 30.m
220 Yraok laying and arfen- 753,261 3.722.027 3.317 1,11,99 79 2 130,240.0
rk laying and surton-Ote.r ............................... 1 22 9,29 19,002.9 9,23.709 9,23,7 4007,478 22982 9,298.242
1 Rigt-of-ay ene Yard .........................5121 6,900 3 951 7 6,9 ,
Rigbt-or-ay faenoe-Other...................................... .1,263.342 526.767 o02,399 190,301 152,574 63.027 708.369 273:439
222 Right-of-ay fenoes-Dep- r e.iila on-Yard ...................... .. ., 7 -
Right-ofr-way fnoe-Depreolation--th ....................... 11 2
223 Bnow and sand fencs and ano.neda-Yard ....................... ,8 12170 1 0 614 ,2 1 ~7 967
ann. and ond fence and anowaheda-Other ...................... 213,529 102,470 13,570 5,7314 85 15 200,174 96,721
224 Snow and eand fenemo and anoehede-DOproltaor .... d.............. -
SBno and eand feonee and enowlmede-Depreolatlon-.Otber ......... 131 10 131 10
225 Oromine uand Ilgnpa-Yad .................................... 537,717 54,58 202,529 31,726 54,028 3,804 281.16 19,018
Oron ings and ign.--Other .................................... ,885.692 1,990,572 2,120,707 1,211.854 486,531 193,482 1,278.454 585,236
226 Orolnaang and eigna--Oepreolatlon--Yrd ......................... 1 1 16 -
221 station and offie bu0ildlnlg ................................... .7.010,897 4.051,64 2.895091 24101.0520 4,4 4 .90:03 1,166.92
228 Station and office bultdlngs-Oepreoiatlon ................... 596,515 193,201 228,363 1140,338 70,417 24,469 2&7,135 28. 94
29 Roadway building ............. ............................. 373 26 105,078 614o286
230 Roadway bulldlnga--Dpreolatlon ............................... 75,669 26, 439 12,103 2,59 3 7, 16,510
231 ater atatlona .......................................... ........ 93.057 2 3. 59699 1,73 1, 6 902
232 ) Wter ettlone.--depr;e;atlon n......... ........... ........5 3"5 3W 95. 83,5533 16,49532 19.620 57.937 6.117
233 Fe tton ............................................... .1,2,356 442,626 56.13,838 180,360 e6,952 7,52 532,536 183,414
Fuel ttllon-Dpreol ton............. .. ...... ........51.0'1 9.865 11.732 2,427 32,937 6,496 6,378 942
23 Bhopa and engtnebouee ....................................... 5,381.033 2,253.892 2,321,229 1,04a6,02 859,655 293.713 2,200,169 911,877
Slop: and enginhouaea--DepreLation ......................... 356.712 77,733 146,756 58,120 162,315 15.563 6,581 3,750
?371 Grain elevator ............................................... 61,43 50.521 8,150 2,767
238 Or.ln eletstore-Depreciatlon ................................. .0,524 7.180 13,44 -
239 storage warehousee ............. ............. ............. 55.11 29,66 22727 2.7
2 Storage werenouae--Depreolation ............................... ...- 5 7
61 IWhee ane d doo a.............. ..................... .15o6,55. 141,947 819.136 105.514 40.677 9,080 275,745 27,353
242 mtirr. ea dootn-.-Depreoli i ............................... 89,602 19,671 23,879 7.576 b2,363 12,095 3.360 -










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE ll--UMMARY ROF PRIMARY OP(ERAITNC bPIENSE AfrOI NT' OF C'LASr I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DIbTRIC1S AND REGIONS FOR TilH YEAR ENDED DECEBHER 31. S13 -Continued

Sotals for distrlots


Aooount


All dsltrlots


aeel gned
and
apportioned
to
freight


Aes gned
and
spporttoned
to passenger
and alllad


Eastern district


Assegned
apportioned
to
freight


Assigned
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


Alslgnea
and
apportioned
to
fralght


Southern destriot


apportioned
to puissaON
and al 2ed


apportloaed
to
fdrt


apportloed
to pasader
and a11ied


____________________________-4. ----3SAflgE----~ -______ -na.-- -------p naers
vices22ervi a


I. MAINTEThNOa OF IAY AND BSRUOTURES- Oontl ued
2P, Ool and ore naras .... .. .... .....
2 O.l and ore whbrvse-Daepreo on ..........................
215 GOa proluao ng plant ................ ........ .... ..... ....
14 e pridolon plants-l reprol lloo ..............................
247 Telegraph end telephone tlre ..................................
218 Teleprapn ana telephone llnea--Depreolaton ....................
pyh9 gnalns and Interloakere .................................... ..
250 Stgneal and Interlooker-D preotltion ............... .. ...
251 Power plant dame, oanale, san pipe lines ...........
252 Power plant du s. canale, and pipe lioea-Depreotation ..........
25 Power plant bulldling ........... ....... .. .. ..................
24 power plant bulIdlng-Depreoltion ............................
255 Power ubstatlon Dutldinge .....................................
856 Power subetatlo b huldnIin-Depreolatlo. ........................
25p Power tranaelsston esytee .................................
psi power traneslanoD seytes---Depreclation .......................
259 Power dlstrlbutton ystem ............ .. ....
2h0 Power distribution Beyete--Deprsoltion .....................
61 Foer line polis and rtu ree .................... .........
26? Power line poles and flturea-Dopreaoltlon .....................
26 Undergro nd onodults ........................ ........ ..
p64 Underground ondultse-Depreolation ........ ...............
265 M lllianeous truotures ........... ....... ....... ........
266 ellaneou sruotatures-Oeprseolilon .........................
267 Paving ........................................................
268 Pavloa g-Depreotatlon...........................................
269 Roadwsy moblocs ........................................
270 Rodwer maohlne-DOepreoi tlon ..................................
271 Beall tools and su pplie ...... ................ ...............
27? Rtemovlng eno lso ana esnd .. .................... ........
27i Assesmenrt for public Iprovaments ........... .........
27 I jurtes to person .................. .........................
275 In uraoa .................................... ...............
276 Stationary and printing ........................................
277 Other expenses .................. ..................
Total of aooounte lon. 201 to 277 ............................
P78 Maintaining Joint tracks, yards, and other failltter-Or. ......
279 Mintaining joint track, yards, and other faollItles-0r. ......
2 EqLualltation--Way and structure ...............................
Total malntenance of Way and structures ......................
1I. MAITIAIOIE OF EQUIPEInT
301 Buperintendeno .......................................
302 Shop machinery ................................................
303 Shop maohbiery-Depreolatlon ....................................
304 Poser pl t aaohinery ................................. .........
305 Poer plant maohinery-Dopreolation ............................
306 Power Unbstation apparatus ......................................
01 Power substation apparstus-Deprealation .......................
08 Itea looomotivel -Repaire ...................... ..............
09 teau looootlie-Depreolation ................................
10 Sean lonooootlve-Retlreente ...............................
311 Other looomotlvo~-RepSir ...................................
312 Other looomontive-Depreoatlon ...............................
313 Other looomoti ee-Retlreents .................................
31 Freight-train -Repatr ....................... ...... ............
315 Freight-train ous-Depreolatton ..............................
316 Frelght-train ouar-Ralirement .................................
317 Paessnger-train care-Repa&l r ..................................
318 Paseengr-Tral c are-DepreotltIon .............................
319 Pusenger-trata oUr-Relirements ........................-.....
320 Motor equipment of cae-Repalrs ........................ .......


11, 059,503
951,1257
5.591
4,270,580
5,855
9,315,389
59, 8
262

116,138
49,041
d 17.426
505
86,895
1,366
567, 98
71.,241
165,660
825
2,182
82
138,239


123
2,517.092
d 2
3,428,877
66.767
1,949, 71
2,0286
224,


$5 83
10,
18.65.782
.287
7,456,350
52,218



50,2 a

15 ,967
216 369


1,494 801
736:TS
193,251
30,152








6 ,152
953,99
d I- ?
1,252 02
1,270,188
20,235
62,152
1 3,301
88,273


(689.102


1,783, 35
141
5,224,119
'45.939
2 P2

61,64


47,263
868
379,925
70,550
50,738
726
3,316
92,741
7 ffa

917,859





163,671
,388
\9,w1


86,91
8s8,761

4,6r4,969
4,121
263

46,503
41, 58
21.607
32,653
132,860
70,555
1,292,837
236,1288
105,858
193,240
30,230
5,321
8,077
a 2.;




638,9 5
21,200
459,051
373,53
59,261
59,210


6227,245
136,345

790.019
.7811
1,.2,286
11,380




31
6,250
6,896

331
24,173

79,976
56,457

d 190
6,458
7.26

437,042
2:223
710,1}9
124,474t
10,093
280,380
37.911
62,810
26,796


2,546
985,720
12,173





11,536







3,5*0
2,616
2 k






260,841
149,192
1,979

136 0
136


f143),16
610,9.6.
943
,1697,.M0


1,5



10, 7r6

15,459
498
108,077

54 4 9



3 ,040

123
1,162,191
5,717

:1 63252
14,335
728,503
755,302
159 153
55. 757


1,775.1
12,4



4,30
2, 71
1,821
12,57l
24
104,601




12,748



24.l

512,031


60 1V9
20 Q3


244,083,579 100,379,763 92,161.289 44,547,487 49,943,375 18,172.205 101.958.915 37,660,071
12,058,571 7,55 000 4,429,296 4,041,601 2,220,85 946,5 5,408,430 2367,L4
8,506,751 4,4 1 3,143,422 2,453,968 1,753,645 589,90 3,6 6 137653
73,506 6:49- a 5,598 79104 89
247,708,905 103.320,766 93.47.163 *6,135,120 50,404.977 18,534,248 103.836,765 38,651.398


19,668,167

5. !NU
1,313,46
205,324
4, 968

56 ,109
313145,847
1,207,649
1,174,538
580
120,548, 399
104,890,365

7,179,887


25,879


7,72 .512
2. 6 803
155 633
615,180
309,190
255,789
155,242
64,529,251
14,529,196
2,520,520
1,175,158
1,019,955
510



37, 40,936
19~;3, 572
3,65968
3 8 006


8, 142573
2,:.327
706,042
173,766
23,051
202

R 7 6
709, 976
717,981
53,062,620
10,316,119
5,299,972


3,615,960
l,414,?77
12' o469
612,581
272,796
240,861
145,
50,067 665
5:, :62
2806. 83
1,056,756
837,797




18,424,551
9,489,505
598,763
1,875,258


3,921,331
1, o52,52
241:682
25,422
14,302
4,032
253 09,53
7,062 8

329,293
212,254
23,9143,339
22,068575
241,068


A Defloit or other rewerse item.


1,18,199

.,572
101
2,420
11,572,041
2,517.61
d 2 862

1,967
677




2 63
a %


r2,627
229,637


7,321,263
1, 09 .272
15.491
36,71
6,1)$









42,505,671
244,39)



1,635,47


25,879


2.577.6i
1,706
1 5 027

12,508
9,502
22, 1,119,


116,1435
181,481
510





101,578
1,553,121


I


I


Western letrilot











Il INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUrNT OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLABB OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1932 --Conlmued

Totals for distritlo
Ul dltatroate Eatern distrioel southern disulrt western dlatrlot
Aooiou lLned Aasigned Aaipgned Asel gned Asinged Assigned Assigned Assigned
and and and and and dnd ndd
apporltioned apporond ppapporn. appolrtloo nedrt aporto ned app roned apport ned
to to pasaednger to to passenger to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and alld
ser-v -e servi es .-flto.-e servloes -anm a. nervin- lno a


II. MAITBASOE OF IQUTIM~ T- Oontinued
321 Motor aquipemnt of oars--Deprecalal o ...
322 Motor equlpaent of ore-Retlremente .........................
32 Floating equlpment.-Repars ........... .................
3 Flr oating equipment-Depreaiation ......... ........... ...
325 Floating squlpment-Rstiremensc .........................,....,,,
326 Work equlps.nt--Repelr ....................................... ..
327 Work squlpum t-Dapreoaatlo ................................
3]2 Work aqudpaeot--Relreente ...................................
329 Mloellteneous squIpmant-Repalr ....... ...................
330 Miscellneous equipment-Depreolation ...... ..................
33)1 lsoeallasouau equlpsent-Restireenti ............................
332 Tnjurles to persons ...... ............ ...
333 IsuranMo ...................................................
31 Itationear and printing ... .... .. ............ .. .........
35 Other epeneeD ................... .... .. .. .. ...........
Total of seoounts lWo. 301 to 335 ............ ................
336 Malan ining joint equlpment-Dr. ..... ........ ..
337 Maintaning Joint equipment-Or. ........ ........ ......
33) Equaliatlon-- qulpmn.t .... ....... ... ..........
Total maintenance of equipment ................. .............
III. TRAFFIC
351 BuperlntLendenos ......................... ...................
352 Outsida genOlies ...........................................
353 Adertlling .... ... ............... ....... ......
5 Traffic aeeooalrons ..... ..................
355 Feet freight lines .... .......... ........
356 Industrial and Immigation bureau. .......................
357 IneLUna ........... .. ....... ....... ..................
358 Bstatonary and printing ........ ... ............................
359 Other axpanses .................................................
Total traffic o .......................................... ......
IV. TRAJIPORTATI01W-RAIL LINE


3 Buperintendenoe .................................................
SDpatohing tra .............................................
37? Station employes ...............................................
3 Weaghing. Inpeotlon, no demurrage bureau ......................
375 Ooal and ore eharee ............................................
376 8taion upplles and eapenaee .....................................
377 Yardaoeters and yard clerse ....................................
378 Yard oonduotore and brakemen ....................................
379 Yard elltoh and signal tender ...................................
3it Yard englnaomn ..................................................
81 Yard motormen ..................................................
38 Fuel for yard locomotive ................... .. .........
SYard lltohing power prodoed ............................
Y3ard etoning power purohased .................................
385 Water for yard laooo otlyes ......................................
386 LubrloanLe for yard LooomoLlve0 ..................................
387 Other supplies for yard ooootives .............................
388 Ugineahouss epenseee-Yrud ......................................
389 Yard supplies and eapensea ......................................
392 Traln engne en .................. ...............................
393 Train motormen ......... .. .......... .......... ..... ...........
3914 Fuel for train looomotlvee ........................................
395 Train power produoaed ..................................
391 Train power purahammed ......
397 water for tran looomotve.....
391 Lubrloants for train loooaotlye .................................
399 Other supplies for train looomotive .............................


(11,686
3.366.597
2,850,6440
22 53,
3.496.644
3,854.920
24,992
23 .280
27,911
2,046 ,168
31,16,492
536,928
513.628


$2,086,929
0,42.
01, 180
206

I .457.632
1.520.122
231).811
:11,26
129,453
10.509
78,887?
861.081
201,857
174,164


8219
2, 33.106
2,104,947
19. 389
1.636.181
1,380, 272
304,612
139,016
129.668
14.072
1.1 }, 97
265 4
273.124


$1.436,959
8,357
579,197


779,203

58,521
58.926
5,259
519,054
347.416
110,703
97,818


.668

535.829
721,709
25,567
28.590
24.352
6.870
257,066
427,519
98,627
101,812


8186, 383
15,819
990
136
198,268

9,606
6,948
3,178

28.2o


451,20.,179 165,048,179 197.973,984 81,537.408 87,021.910 25,533,330 166.205.585 57.977.'41
.6.682 1.592 .341 1,278,798 895.15) 2a8197 2.99 1.256.687 1%.209
,8. 299 5)y .6 ,987 3.597 553,,655 96,6 H1,567 o1
1 8 72 519162 1872
452.642 390 166.106.546 198,4)9,795 82,128,964 81.102.452 25,672.968 166.900,143 58.304,614


24.0531.200 8,031.i98 10,879.9817 41..7.883 5.,07b9.605 i0. 61.5163 3:22.5531
28,16.413 1,71,571 10.052:841 1,25,,378 5,879,12 1,920, i' 10,211,775 8,298,05
056.87 ,54.137 ,501 ,1,28 514.50622 1.o29,205 259.558 2.2o
2,86.210 3 45} 9,180 158,830 03 ,I 62 81.659 1,0:121 1I6
,.27, 061 ;448,8 8 16,612 363, 010 105,557 715,47 221,892
,21.158 311,493 8 0 3
6,888.553 81.5,1. 2.7 256,39 1,331h. 51: 22 2. 72.93 4 36,537
b62,809 3862 28,698 18.687 1 ,797 658 1.9,34 19,417
6 ,538,204 32.681,65 25,302,.940 11.32,.297 13.129.625 4.619.591 25.105.639 16.72.,7o5


811.467




1,324 .63
1,752..6
81,386
80,260
6.969
655,.7
1,227,84
172,17l
iu ioa


480,161

146299
52,
63.579
2,072

62-77


11, 660
130,284,;314
3,419,223
8.aT3.54B
),3442.513i


6,I122
6,614,510
43,559 489
70o 675

68,191
121,990
2.471,689
692.055




100,121,345
5Z6.072
1.167,303
9,775,128
2,858,523
1,599,210


10,976,100
10.083.649
42,.870.518
46



7,288,975


663,482
11.33
262,01
216.74
b5,959
52,71117





.077,1779
2.025,71 3
917,952


14,918 191
5,716,155
57,334,570
1,033,267
2, 295,518

I7,057, 73
4,011,730
21,647.825
613,700
10,586 282
65.154
87,510
1,106,878




31,037,096
303,279
38,679,718
227.556


692, 5a


5,23),370
21.291 .291


3,35,883
1,68,158

2, 351 20
650.171
857.:82
118.131
260,902
100.535
35,055
28,209
621, 583
311 .533
19 803.d21
2.665 865

17.804,410
1,161,405
4,808,477
1 710.295
790, 641
5.161


5.631,
2,6 5. 9,

925,277
1,098,020
6,6J,461
1154, :818
947,858
7.010,395
53,413
3.438,008
17.261
403,703
130,535
101,283
2,602,181
460,262
14,41.2,863
121,837

16,359.760
291,123
963
1,700,682
548,120
293,853


1.911.950
1,966'825



670,200
388,32
1.017.: 3
125,522
603,505



32,608
10,618
8'184
269,512
29,673
8,014,392
338,377
6,71',68)
19.184
57,148
651,377
319.253
1 2.1o2


9,48e,218
3,.12,057
49,753,102
1,7.,o407
221,718
2,846,56Z
10,371,71
23, 179.034
1,65., 922
114,901,269
41.537
9,251,14
3,037
1721
961,108
222.029
175,172
7 -.56,639
31,51,0
195,998
45.081,867
77,393
581,206
4,200,296
1,238,470
612,899


3.713 195
2,879,54
15,388,745

1,:8



1. 16:3 55
12, 114
804.50
201
1,111
83. 98
20,286
16.384
472,684






855,849
330.629
,.629


_ ~ ___ ~____










A,


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE Il-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPELATEIO EXPENSL ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLABS O7 B VIOE,
BY DISrICTB AND REGION, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81, 1939 -Continued


Aooounm


IT. TRAJSPORTATIOH--RAIL LINE Continued
400 Inginehouie expense--Traln.............................***............
401 Trair en ........................... .................................
102 Train supplles and opene............................. ....... .........
o Operating sleeping oars...............................................
0 lgnal and interlooker operation.......................................
405 Croasing protection .....................................................
406 DrEabr. ge operatlon...................................................
07 Telegrph and telephone opneaton.......................................
48 Operating floating eq.ulpent...........................................
k49 Expresa servce............. -.......................********* .......
410 SBatlonery end printing .................................................

41 earng wreak ......... ...********************************************
41 DaOther to propert.........................................................
"I DOme to live stool on right of way......................
414 Lona and e..-..........................................................
41 La and ng a e-e agg... ..................................................
0 njumage to propnrta..................................* ...............
p7 sraag to joint yards an tri o nal-Dr................................
8 Loperaind daint -arde anht..............................................
19 Operain joint ra and e .........i.....................................
30 Operating joint trars and faolliale-ODr...............................
391 Operating Joint yards and termln es-Or.,,... ............................
412 Operating Joint tracoks end faolllties-Dr,................................
413 Operating Joint tratos and faioitiBe-Or.................................

Total transportalton--Rall line......................................
V. TRAlBPORTATICN--WATE LIIV

1 Operation of veel...................................... .....********....*
42 Operation of ter final ................. ................. .......... ....
433 Incidentl.............................. .****************
Total traneportation-Iater line.....................................
TI. IIISBLLANEOIO OPERATIONS
41 Dining and buffet errvoe......................... ...................***
2 Hotels and restaurants.......,............................... ......****
Grain elevator .................. ....................... ..******* ....***
Btootrardis........................... ... .......*. .......* .* ********
Producing pear Bold..................................... .******
Other alisellaneous operations........................ .. ........**.****
Total iseoollaneous operations.......................................
VII. GENERAL
451 alares and expense of general offlore ...... ......................
52 alaries and zepense f f olerks and attendants.. .. ................
453 General office supplies and sepenae ......................................
4 Law epenses.......................................... .****.

56 Relief department expense.. ......................................
455 Sial ationey sd ......p i .................................................
6 Other expense ...............................................*******

461 General joint fa lttlem--Dr................ .........................
462 general joint faotlelt t-Or....................... ....................
Total general expenses.......................................*
VIII. TiNASPORTATIOI FOR IV7STITMI-OR....................*.
Total railway operating expenses asslgned.....,............* .
Dna signed operattig expenses apportioned...................***


Total for district


as~rea
___________________________ 4 1 r
5eiUieU asr a5ne0 ar


apportioned
to paseenger
and allied


apportioned
to
freight


Uel aa
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


end
apportioned
to
freight


apportioned
to
freight


apportioned
to passenger
and allied
J-4 ..


apportioned
to
freight
scents


apportioned

.rai..


.erwae services i me i I ...... I -- ------ --------


*26,145.297 ($6,580,611
90 295 ,5 J5,094.017
27,207.687 758265 128
262666
10.510.470 7.909,728
9,049,549 6,779 270
1.118,927 506,45
5 114,782 2,151,565
11,828,888 3: 1'6:36

4.13,660 1,659,373
4,082,134 1,098,577
1.490,39 355,960
1,698,049 22 .192
1,31,565 66.531
771,625 603,812
17.303,090 15 3
150,019
9,519,022 5.772,299
25,7l3.:97 IS.599,3)6
1 7.106,038
Z53.W ).895.5
i-k \-m-m _r7.2


*11.897.681
35.069.

5,877, 07
6,031,631
573,123
2,226,902
10,951.,742


642,671
891,898
588.807
51.52
7.51s,75
4.531.857
10,90,162
4,970.g7
2:21 676


i8.2165346
25,996,:14
12,7885,314
12 .88
1,770,773
4.870,656
283,881
971 .665
2,2 6 951
24,366
909,934
522,.78
175.3!9
112,078
288,736
32.917

3.01 V.95
:,o79:856
2,0 28,153
1 76 8222


$4,653.467


1.279.171
649302
199, 01



794 713
31694,
276.775

2,697,413
1,565,714
4,977.179
98,1077
8o0.o5)


82.656,.27
8 23 99
3,905,491
855,102
524 ,00
79,829
251,627
101.1682

212,198
68,059

135 .o
207,816
9,287
895,711
3,568,749

521:834


3,353,792
2,168,616



1,464,303






3.461,451


. (. VA


1.314,606


537.241




363.079
21.05



1.76,6


813,456.213 340,861.474 372.778,369 166,758,263 13,140.553 50,593,745 302.537,291 13,509,416


1.082.946 3W ,64 16,521 132 703 66 u 6
1:0847.% 41,1146 1,390 7:09 l1:3140e
5133 1985 11. 152. 353 33

3,051,031 405.568 17.911 151.283 3,033.120 254,285

19.950.967 9,672,976 2,74o0,67 7.567,594
66 206 2.029,521 75.239 75,923 S 53 1133,945
7 o060 610.29 9:5 13665 3 07-
1- 9 9 9;,81 oo
I7,659 ,64,10 13 1,30,5 53,57 1 3.15 ,7.4 1.02
551,211 431,655 197,7:R 1 ,942 22.7 15,425 330,77 311,285
2,221,648 23,826,246 1,031,639 11.6. 736 226,255 2.905,733 963.724 9,073,777


12 65.7 2 4. 9,153 4,859.99 1.157.136 2,174:,33 ,5 51 ,560 1 ,902
921,693 1,504,585 2.007.177 6 992 569 5 .2755
10,583,65 4,129,20 3,905 3 1,6u 315 2,66157 1, 10
97.558 39.990 4).608 19 432 12,65 5.146 1,15
1.321,1435 blO,955 542,615 242 .509 8
21 9 9, 2 11,572.607 5.635. 2 61. 6 7,1' 3.
2,105.508 162,056 819,690 X9, 0
,109.158 1, 901,171 00, 1 1,2 243 1,10 ,: 9
3.993,061 12765825 1.730.693 839, W 558,619 210. 1,703,

1967 1,03 ,,78 2 768 1 16 565
30 15 3 ?1:2769 71 2 35,575

115.390,570 39.768,.67 49.372.642 17.550,542 20,853,037 5,911,729 45,164,g91 16,376,596
3,62,909 41.731 1,460.475 21.621 306,760 567 2,115,674 19,543
1,69,3926,052 706,932,389 738.949.94 335.911.554 309,550,169 108,237,447 645,425.,99 262,753.355
1,775,999 810.55 1,153.106 540,322 2.6"5 948 620,025 269.185


Grand total railway operating xzpeonee...................... 11.695.702,051


I __ I __ I. __ __ 1 _


no An uov Ig I .u ww. I. I


eternm Aitriat


All districla


Eastern dlntrlot


Southern distrLot


336.451.906


309.553.037


108.238,395 646,045.924


707,742.844


740,103,090










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
)3150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE U-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATINn EXPENSE ACCOUiNTS OF CLASS I S AM RAILWAYS FOR EAOH CIABSS OF BER\VICE,
BI DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE EAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 132 --Cointom d
STotale for region
Eastern distrolt Southern district
I Ld Great ale ra n Osntral ri tern .ren Poo.nt as rngooise
Aoaount !e 'As= n *oni iiioi as\ "os e
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportloned apportioned apportioned
to to paeengtr to to pausenger to to passenger to to paseenger
freight aien aifr g and allied freight and allied freight and allied
sierv e 0seraea v lois Iv eYPe errioe services service lervLces
I. ATIITEIIWOE OF WAT AD STPR TREB
201 8,perintendeo.....................................................57.70 61,11 ,2 5 2,0 .6 4.35.731 81,9:0,616 *i1, 385 303,595
202 odla anotenance-d... ........... .............................. .. .19 1,0,707. 1) 1. 6 579.3 1 1,1290 ,) 1,8)717 37)
Roadway maintenanoe--Othe............................ 909,2 7920" L :M707.51a2 99
03 Roday--Deprlation-ard ...................................... 1,3717 373
Roadway-Depreciation--Oter .................................... .... 10 2 -
204 Underground power tube--T.rd....................................... -
Underground power tubes-Other..................................... _
205 Underground power tubea-Depraolatlon-Terd ........ ......... _
Underground power tubes-Depreclaklon--Other....................... .6 -


207 Tunnels and submay--Depreciatlon-Yard........................... 17 -
Tunnels and ubway-Depraa on--Other......................... 102 9627
P20 Bridges, trestle, and olverts-Tard.............................. .62 407 3 ,61) .34 1 ,90
Bridges, treetLee, and culverte--Othr.............................. 569. 3.61 10g 95 5 599. 73. 2202,0 ,
209 Bridges, trestles, and alverte--Depreotsaton-Tard................ 2 11,628 22 2 0 71
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts--Depreatation-Oxher............... 59,351 59.620 IP2,03. 11.71
16,65 571 -
210 Elevated struoure --TYrd.......................................... 6,02 18 1 19,5) 11,1 -
Elevatere auctre-e-Othr........... ...........................
211 Elevated structures-Depreoiat ion-ad d...............................
Elevated .tr....tu Dp.....r. at...... --ther............................. 3.,429 0: ,o 5.871 606.706 42,41.76 202,994 9,40
212 Tiee-Y d ........................................................... 11,1261 8,510,46 401 1,973 .95 3,090,075 1,272.219 1.232.001 275,931
Tles--Othbr.......................................................... ..
213 Tiee preolatlon--YTard............................................. .2 1 -- -
Ties-Depreolation--thear.......................................... .. 8, 8. 91 141 -6 16898 0. 167 ,75
214 Rai t-rYard............................. ............................3 11, 7) 47791 6 1.7 .510 247,070
Raill--Other...................................................... r.. .272.033 1.525. 17 7 62 1,0,27
215 Rall-e-Depreotation.--ard. ......................................... 74 -
RalI. --Depreeoation--OGer........................................ ,37) 2,195 233
216 Other track mater-ial- rd ......................................... 2 2.5 55..9 95.43 )37023 .90 s,569 4,.97
Oter track satlrla.l--Ot0 x ................................. 390.109 10.96 1,96377 805.762 1,292.019 617,56 83-1.753 150,023
217 Other tre mtereal-Depreotlu--Ya- ................r-.... 148 -
Other track mvterLal--Depreoitaltn--Orher ......................... 1,61 530 6 -


219 Balla1s--Depreatatlon-Tard....................................... -
2 Ba iat -o-D pr. ance Otbh..-l................................. ....2- ,
220 T o rck WayO ano earfalog-Yard......................... 2 1,516,559 159 148123 226249 34

RL tn-o.f- aya fence- a.d tr........................-............... 675,7)7 246 99 6 9 9 35,31 56149
22 a Ridght-of-ay fences --Depr oolttonD--eardt................... ...
Rit-of-aay fences--Depreiatlon- r....................... 1......... 5 4- -
223 or and mand lanrme and enoso-.. -Tsrd ..................... ... ... 56 1 70 -
2 now and sad feoo -D p nowleh d-ti....O .............................. .. .,6 1,262 ,89 ga ,7e 3,196 73 -
22 now and sandm fnoee atnd nowehado-Deprolat Lon-Tard .............
Inno and sand lances and oowshosd-Depreclatlon--Oth- ............ -
225 Orotarneand lgoe-Y.rd.............................................. 1085 1,765 3.5 15 732 56.246 511,226 5,165 8,
Oroesings and signs--Other ......................................... 3216 3.12a,518 1,0,861 :466,997 727,40 32,.339 158.23 30,439
2262 rowalnes and d ikgn-Deprecoiation ... .. ........................... 9 9,. 93 -,576 13,8-8 2g,66
rosslns and lgn-Daprolaton--the .......................... 16 16 17 3 o o ,161 937 107
227 Station and office buildingsl ..................................... 113 1,462960 1,162945 1020,93 799.643 23052 7712
228 Statino and office buil nge-Depreclation. ............. ......... 2976 313 10,507 95,618 54,880 44.40) 3, 10,579
229 Roadway buildings ................................... ............ 39,380 7.067 1,69 55,562 50 428 13,7.1 5, 11.6
230 Roadway bulllng-epreclat n ................ ............ 21 11,247 2,571 3.761 87?
231 after stations ................................................... 76 1 2 9,569 0,299 139,77 211,762 32,227
232 Sata O.tto-Depreciatlon ...................................... 95 1J'4 59 1.,1 997 51.3 5,502

23 ruel .staions............................................... 4'0.164 22.240 258."3 89,055, 21i4 531 69,065 55,112 10 ,492
23 l statilons-DeproolatIon .................................... .649......... 1 6 10.05 1,863 30,00 5,605
S hopa and son house ...................................... ............. ., 5 9 56, 1 355
23 aops and enginehouees-Depreciaton .....l............. I 3. A3 16, 7;2 ',71
237 Graln elevator .................................................. 8.852 13. 6 27,823 6,392 -
235 Grain lovator,--Depreotilon. .................................... 37.180 13.44
war ehorge -ohouse ................................. .......... 2,039 1351 1.71
1 oraW e D and doo-L poo..................,............ .. ... ... ..
21 rves and cks.................................................. 178,319 355,063 46.31 28557516 59,00 59,127 2,54
2l2 Wlharves and dook--Depreciation..................................... 98 9,93 1,576 13,58 2,]66 -
a Deflot or otoer reverse use.











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION is
BUREAU OF STATISTICS 33150

TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERArINO EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE tEAR ENDED DECEMBER II, 1932 -Coulinudd


Totals for reglone


Account


I. Ml*I. T..-ACi OF iAi AL bilAUCrG liS Coolnnued
2 Coal and ore arves .... ...
226 Moal and ore rves--Dprclatlon .....
244 Gas producing n -lane .....................
2o Gas orodulin rlants--DeprecaltIon
247 Teiegrspb anea tlephone lines ..... .
2Pg Telesraob ina c-lenoor.c lines--Dieotsatio' .
1 ign l r are. Inierlo:ers .
?0 I irralr. ind nlrLtrlcrkere--Depreci lton
21 Poier ilant a anos canile, ard DIe le ... ...
252 Pow=r plant dams canais and iLpE ir.ee--DeprecLatlon .

25 Power plaort tulitiir .
2 Power olant bull:1;li--feorectealon
15w, Power erastqtior, r.1iarag. .
2 o Power ubstalon t.ui alo s--Deoreciat r ..... ...
297 Power t;aniem5flin yrte ..

2. nPoer trianbtrl rir, sisems--Derecaaior .. ...
?9 Power olitribultin P "selaO
7,0 Poser .vatrlttlr, er--erectior. ..............
2l1 Pnoer lrie voles sr,, Iltre ....
262 FPoer line onolee ar' !ilurees--Der.reciation
pi. Un errroun., consults .
264 Undergrounc 1nooulst--Deprer.lption
26) UlscellanPeou airuc.ree
Pec ltecei iinea Ul etr.jatuie--DeDrecaItlr,. ............... .
267 Pavin.
26a Pnvir -Devreclae o n .. ... .....
269 Roadsa scbinea ..
270 Roadesy machln.s--Dcorecridiaon
271 Smnea tools and up.iies .
27c Rei.iarlr enow Ice ana sard
P27 Abese-a.ert fIo -.ibliac lIrovements
2Pl Inj.rlea to oarsone
2V' lIraur r,-.e ... ...
276 Statitorery nd rlnilnP ...
277 Other excern s .... ..
Total of accounts Nos. 201 to 277 ..................
278 alrtirinlri Jointr tr&cri y'rd, .rr, other peclltlees- .
279 Melr.tslilni joint track,. &'rds, and nrler fsl llBt-,:r.
280 qualilastlon--ilay and etruotCre ..
TcIci .sinterirclE jl wa) fl- BtrJClur .
II. UAlNIi.-AwuE OF LQUIPUl:T

301 6onerntinaensce .. ....
302 Soot 'acilnerf .. ... .. ... ..
3:1 Sho ch .Echaier--.orerc.ltion
30 Power -laat maotir. ierey
30- P.:-r clont mancriery--:eo. claton .
)0 Power Bubbtatiian .-tPrpacur .
307 Power bucBlstaior. ppwer&Lje--iDeprc l..a-I.,
304 ILe& oc:,,tlues--Rd tars
309 Steam loc1moLifet-reDrsitic ..

11i Otnci .omooriuee--epr .......
312 Otter locomotivea--1eir"crataion ... ..........
3i1 Otter Locrotlve--RlLstrir.eLt .. .
411 Frel ,-lr-1rr cars--tel-. rs
31. FrPi i ,i-trri Lrs--ieprecition .
16b Freai.nt-crein cera--REat,reoense ........ .......... .
31. P&asere.oer-tr in car.--ReasIre
S!1 Paseenrer-rr ln crae--Deurtces8aon ..
319 Pwssenrei-traiu :,Te--Rtilre.enr
i?0 11o.or equl-ictFnt cars--Repe re ... .......... ..


--- Kastarn diBtrlnl | thl4 n da .Lz.t1--""
As w tn.iiij lusn e et Now go. |sin cend.T A1tn amn | t r !


and
appor toned
to
Freight


and
appor toned
to passenger
and allied


and
apoortioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


ana
apportioned
to
Ire 107.


... Lnaa
and
apportLoned
to paessnger
and allied


assignae
and
apoortionen
to
freIgbL


and
apoor ioned
to puasan er
*4d'& aLed


1 t t t -r ~ +avc -Wl8I- -AZ1OA-z -. e8Xl8L.


*38.373


96,262

616,027
16.886


7.402
13,212
309
2,591



9,511





697

122,913
39
17.4 10
3&65746
28
117.948
I12 761
i1,568


61.667

79,701

722.071
22,727


1,632


7,440

271.891
125,472
17,570



2,352



85, 380

197,554
17

9,732
10,295


l2 6,875
:0,705
515
698,566

2,766.151
262

24.111
d 21,-346

13.051

99.489
11.670

2.870

25.850
51,209

548,773
1.815
600,978
818,886
19, 868
.19,440
549.726
67,739
118,542


61,094
263,6J7

2,129,069
263

17,069
475
46,175

409,761
28,163

18.427

4.559
18,417

208,742
III
111



182,360
220,197
26,13.
38.011


*w 5
3.9353
988.586
141
1,841.939
29,027


30,121
157
41
31,621
868
142,!g






429.519
446

65.307
d 17.217








265 974
56,575


63.630
54.3753

17,).



18,802


79; 22
170,555
611, 18
110816
60,125
19).240

11,.03
5.321
1,166
S--.648


72,505
d P 344

147,982

9,348
178,176
97,052
23.780
10o.90


1208,7908


252,449







19.


lq
3, 560







62.803
45,798

'-nf-

4.077
931

133.919

40,478
9,5139

20029
11A,94


las104.864

292,806






8,433

23.774

26.255



1,675
97

24,761
136
7,269



4 200
3045


10,871.679 8,09,903 45,961,878 19,234.257 35,1.7,732 17,263.527 15.014.535 3.096,846
425,862 1,28a.027 ,58 12 1,1 1. 14.022 1.259.243 587,8 209, b56
223,797 68,009 1,75 6.76 1,783.66 1,163,249 602,295 169.956 396
d 5,598

11,073.744 9,265,921 46, 794,914 18,948,924 35,598.505 17,920,275 15.426,822 3,272,428


699.181
192,D1

99,y5
1,147
4,126,543





119,2579
153,150



e S


518,176
161,80,
529
82,508
177,717
2,870
2,983,732
770,794







2,294.828
1,321,904
14,156
291,074


3, 70',.

204,
9 R
12,503
27, 72, 55
6.612.2P2
2,730.894

271.207
4a, 105
26,441,175
19.569,969

4,682,501


1.326.

259,026

85.247
1 .026,407
1,228,673
2,207,930
2564,508
154,841




7,798,122
.:529 O11
340,165
478,785


4.023,092
1,438,258
236,78o
461,121
73.487
9.401
202
24,026,622


177. 290
80,726
,5.51,624
18.162,579

498.213


1,791,5l
715,861
119,940
271,047
95.079
152,744

14.057.526
3.352.1567
151,6860








1, 31, 69
1.105,399


1.369,950
11.760
158,068
25,422
11,832

7,257,5
2,380,241
51, 08

301,401
182,764

6,059,270
7,123,099

244,474


264.237
95.010
30,980
6812
101
201

2,281,416
680,212
563







1.100,13
555,40
26,8s6


I Deficit or other reverse item.











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

5] 1-0 BUREAU OF STATI:TICr

TABLE 1--su il R\ (IF PRIM?,RY OPER .TINC. EL, .\S..i S tI I STE.\\! RIIL.\E B FOR E.ACB I L\BS OF SERVICE.
B.' l',lIRII'Te" \XID RI'.iTLI % IOR I1 il. IL\R l.itNl Li D1LL IfB R .11 1932 -Corainr re

totls foa regions


Account


It. MAINTihKACE OF EQUJIPidIT Continued
321 Motor equipmean of Gare--Depreciation ............................ ...
322 Motor eqtilpment of care--Petltres nta .................................
33 Floating eqilpmeet--Repatra ...........................................**
32 Floating equipment--Depreolatl o................... **......
325 loat In equipment--Peltramente .....................................***
126 rork eqtlpment-Repatra .................................. ******......
327 Work equipment-Deprecatlon .......................................**.
328 Work equipment-Rettreente ..........................................
329 MlecellanOoue eq.ipment-Repalre ........................... ...........

331 Miscellsneous equipment-Retlremente ..................................-
?3 Injurine to persons ............................................ ..***.*
3 1 Ins~ranoe ......................... ...................*** ..........
35 Oath nery and print. ng. ............................. .. ........ .......***
335 Otier expense .... .......... .......... ..........**** -* ******** ******
Total of account Roe. 301 to 35 ............................--...
336 MUantining ]ont equipment-Dr. .......................................
337 Maintaining oint eq.ipmere r. ......................................
338 Equalization-Equipment ............... ...........................
Total maintenance of equipment .....................................
III. TRAFFIC

51 Bupaerntedence ................................*.......*******
u352 O t e agent e ................. ................. ...... ... ...***
35 BAdertreing l........................................... *****.......
3547'rafIo aa Ool&tione ..................................................-.
355 aet frlgkt lines ....................................................
356 Industrial and immigration bureau ...................................
357 in eranoe ....................................................... .****
358 Statonery and printing ........................................ ......
359 Other expense ..........................................
Total traffic ..........................................................
IV. TRAR8PORTATION--RAIL LINT
371 Superi.nendaene ......................................................
372 Dpatong tralne ...................................................................
37 Station employees .............................................. ......
374 Weighing, inspection, and denurrage bureau ........ .............
375 Coal and ore Shareee .................................................
376 SBltaon auppli and expenseB .........................................
377 Tarda estere and yard clear .............................................
378 Tatr ondu tore and brakemen ...........................................
379 Tard swilch and signal todere ........................................
380 Tard enginla en ............................................
381 Tard motorman ........................................................
382 ruel tor yard lo no otines ............................................
Tard e latoing power produced .........................................
Yard oLitobLng poCer purcbaed ........................................
385 ater for yard locoantIes ..............................................
36 Lubrinonte for yard loootoI.vee .........................................
37 Other suppliee for yard locomotives .......... .......................
38 Inginehbouse epm nee-Tard ............................................
39 Yard uppliee and ezpensea ............................................
392 rai englnomen .........................................................
393 ?Train otorae, .........................................................
391 fuAl for train locoaotLLTo ...........................................
395 Train power produod ..................................................
396 Trai power purchased .................................................
397 Water for traLn looootlIrv .........................................
396 Lubrloante for train loootle ........................ ..............
399 Other suppliee for train looomotlv ee.................................


ier gnilord Treion
mraBt d A.2lped
rapport oned appor toned
to tto poase.ger.
fre nt x.nd il led


$219

89.b49
3,065




2.128
5'8
89.080
218,962
1 .824
26 .2T


$192,817
a. 75



13u 128
81,479
12,221
3. 11

4L,
77,289
42.167
12,721
20.352


G Lar-e Lke- repton
ABsirned Ameigned
and And
appotloned spportioned
to to paseergear
freight and allied


$1.2P9.754
1,285,462
)3,21

80 .127
600. 180

491IJ!

i60770
1.040. 58
98.431
164,!3.;


(414,867

280.55
139,000
d 7.92.
336.166
271.122
100, 96
16 124
2,71
216,032
197.708
I


I out eBer d t.trict


Oentra& Eastern reto g
Astgned ABB i.ed
and end
apport nned apportioned
to To paeaenger
freight and allied


b39.889

85,481
77,906
6,157
501,709
149,229
82.057


$829,2
298.6J44
127.L83
7.988
308.909
L.5,o9
23,912
1, 130
41.,198
2, 55

6 23
36.751


P antlotnia r"ego
Aeegneod ABleLed
and and
apportioned apportioned
to to paeengear
freight and allied
*aln hervon s


646,877


175.692
227:,0

7.b26
5.652

80,.78
89,272
37,096
45,74


$21.899

11,485



7'866
1,687
1.810
1,091



8,7
14 ;40


13.785 097 9 825.225 99,776.744 34.279,646 84,412,14)3 7,432.535 26,457.302 5,223.070
7, 150,0 7 .1.12 7.o62 489,920 22.O' 619,2
2o.9. 160.55 41o8.20 14,9a2 86,6_ 35


13,838,226 9.975,182 100.117,714 34.606,125 84,483,855 37,Y57.657 26,)99,851 5,284,221

526.0 361, 86 5.140.973 1,U17,772 5,212,624 1,668,247 1,023.098 207,813

574.5o0 628,7 2 5.575.dO 2.002.285 3.88,531 2,022,351 187,690 256 693
.223 462 282 6,i 1.123.737 .,95 1.586.30 35.501 278,86
59,320 9,503 2 301 485,596 88026 9,725 9.016
-33.47 -
27,613 513 230,)38 13.61} 190,687 2.486 47,131 13,814
260 111 5 084 18 9 .1 6.02 12 27
212,10) 2181 ~9 15.7l 5 1,15616 92,61
985 10.512 6.9 7.106 7,164 1,069 13,95) 70
1.419.394 1.101,708 12,877,104 4.76,455 11,006,442 5.467,134 2,739.611 780.163


1.211,593
212, 328
6.947.981
142,971
454,890
1,278,413
2,201,791
540,281
1.357,327

1.026.T72
22,072
65.454
29,416
11.54
402.266



4,070,335


103,760
51.877


709,686
168.558
2. 51. 796


429,284
142,283
390.240
1j6,8o5
2 7.895
14,501
152.899
1,331
I &D0
9.179
3,673
1.812
64o, 67

2.303
270.031
625 298
98,666
51,098


6,669,016
1.787.755
27 174,517
523.951
771,577
1.932,855
8 592,116
15,509,261
10,100,609
392,318
5.526,899
9.140


170,407
127,006
3,277,204
507,5?3
14.395:92
50.9w
19.344.696
1,06
1,813,441
535,924
290,803


SDefoiitt or other reverse Item.


2,028.520
1,543.897
9.357 095


L,257.834
580o,422
1,74;713
4.6,5b.
1,036,078
241,874
34. 681
73,271
17, 500
42:560
13,449
13,573
327,09
141,552
866 .025

8, ,74.o 4



17:,738


7,o .585
3716,072
23,212, 2
501,954
1,380,970
1, 841,214

1,17.836
10.189,889
125.929
4,003.221
1,942



119.261
2,660,160
15,994;08
108.028

15,264,687
517
236.447
1.89,77


2,612.749
9,412,406


:M

1,999.226


392,596
357,902

482.396


229, 84
155,977
8,93,3213
1,269,493
6,83,363


220,305
12ss;6


1,813.229
3,988,1905
89, 32
887.163
221,213
1,96749
3.086,627
408.402
1.674,941

758.579

120,049


20.778
688,591

119:156

289,919
789,1:3
70.131


443,953




134.710
109,094
221,650
20,769
121,074

47.536

6,425

3
1;^

1,315..40

972,718
1,393
105
68:2,9
24,49o


Eastern dietriot


1 e 1 r e se tree s sorvc e i srie Br a ---
errvie I n sri -- -










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF OLASS I TEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACO CLASS OP SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR 1HD YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 19332-Continued

Totals for regions
pattern dlatrlot Southern district
G-l-7V 4rsedo reat Lakes e reion Central e astern r Z a a er
Aooount an A d Ae d Ageinea Ahri Aal AeiM isi
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to 1o pssanger to to paesanger to to plssseger
freight and called freight ald r d and allied freiht. eand rllUd
errte services seloe I ice services denaorr sntoe. s rv 41o,, a


IV. TRARSPORTATTOU--RAIL LIZI Cont Inumd
Eng Lnho ue expiene--Train ......................................
Traaesn ........................................................
Train Ipplier and expenea ........................................
Operating slping ar ...............................................
Ig8al and Intarlooker operation .................................
Orosseng protection .............................................
Drahbrldge operation .............................................
Telegraph and telephone operation .............................
Operating floating equlpeat ....................................
xpr esrno ..er .. .......... .................................
Stationery and printing ........................................
Other aepoone e................................................
Inouranoe .................................... ...............
leaning wreok .................. .......... .......................... .. .........
Damage to property .................... ..........................
Damage to live took on right of say ..............................
Loas and damage-reght .......................................
Lose and daage- agg ge ........................................
Injurile to pereone .................................. .........
Operatin JoinL yajrde and ter.lr.al--Dr ......... ................
OperotliEn joint yards and termlnl.-r-O ..........................
Operating Joint tracks and facillttee-Dr. ........................
Operating Joint tracks and faolllties-Cr........................
Total tranpoartation-Rail line ................................
V. TRASPW"RTATIOB--W&T0 R LIiE
Operation of re l. ........................ .......... ....
Operation of termlnales.............................**..........
Inold nt l ..................................................
Total iraneporatlon--Water ILre. .............................
21. VISCTLLAKEOUS OPERATOIIS
Dining nd buh f' er ce ........................................
Hotel and reatauraniB ......................................
Grain sleatore ........... .... ..........................*...
Stoortyard ............. ..... ................... ...........
Produolng power old ..................................... .....
Other mieoellanaous operatlone ..................................
Total Leoallaneous operation ....... ............ .............
VII. OEN1AL

8alarlse and erpelnee of general offloars ..................... ....
Salaries and expensea of olerlk and attendants ............... -.
General office supplies and erpenaee ............ ... ...........
Le expenel ................................... ......................
Insuranoe ........................................ .. ......
RaleIR department erpensee .....................................
Penlona .. .... ..... ...... ........ .............. ............
Btatlonery and printing .....................................
Valuation epeneee ............................. ................
Other penese ......... ............... .............. .. ...

OeneraI. Joint faolitla-Dlr. .... ...............................
Goearal Joint faollittlo-Cr. ..............................
Total general expenBee .........................................
TVII. TRAIIBORRITION FOR IIRVJSTMIET-OR- ...............
Total rallrwa operating expenaee aeslgned .............
Un lsigned operating expenses apportioned .............
Grand total railway operating expenses ................


(923.086
2,739.185

64g.131
687.623
90,850
103, 95
719,749

217.018

64 421
144.467
3.6214
665,626
.i9,162
1,409,081
15.650


1 ,090 275
3 ,616.o54
1,832650
92106461
869.813
6'.769



121,766
50,011
20.206
199


3 491

302960
2,017,900
207,101
409,616
5.4,669


$5.256.416 13.190.649
16,29.748 10 1 ,625133
6.525.372 4.832,323
2,970.263 2.112,796
2.66,754 1,57.8506
208,106 102,583
1,080.506 400,682
6,151.613 1,260,968

962,183 335,093
i.z02.192 180,105
341,1401 56,377
g99.260 41.587
256,961 131.309
24614 15.815
3,832,668 1 43
69,938
2.386,114 1,243.955
6,541,91 3.875,160
2.922,59 2e.72,593
S.71 .51 742,220
z1,418,474 948,009


85,718.117
6.376,o63
2.259.113
2,67?,254
27T. 67
4,080,380

975.443
1,026.065
243 .056
4258,217
287,379

3.05,
1,656.581
2.979.162
1 423 5.
1 ,4.23.8 ,34


3,935,422
11.75g.527







45,13.0
1, 529.


99,156


13,551

245,439
2 .



1,4598,030

),186.796
1,160,577


217,188
616
al1, .88

15,3:A









W;66T
201,652
loo:;e
59lW;
1409214


214,790
473,709
351,356

511.667
176,125
2 7


1522,6714

R.117
213,425

0,946





12,.567
s12

1,504



642,63
'OO,
58.8u


3.277.666 23,289,604 177,333,340 b6.038,506 162,167.363 77.430.353 3.028,495 8.943),36


16,521 13.703 -
S. 1,390 7.9 -
11,148 -1

S- 17,911 151,283-


749.779 .4282,176 .641,021 44L 9
1035 227,578 1021 421,670 4083 65 -
246 143,782 44 76,569
T q,7,4
114,014 576,550 22,59 721.570 2 11.775 A 5 371
179 150.91 10,214 46,653 94,728 -
148,966 1,553,907 335.327 5.435,630 547.346 4.857.199 89.436 459.965

2, 2,227 288,980 1, 929821 2.,26,0o5 69,.5p3 1",453
157 5 66. .33 882 525.57 1 22 59,91
2,290,61' 788,;1,2 l 2 3.388 ;; .| 8,g 9 791,2 0 179,8 2g
232 185 201, i,g6 .67 6815337 1.7711. 7 93 791 3 179;
5,:E2 14,463 16.503 4,388 21,43 10,581 1,605 594
5 l 41,99 3,112 531.116 239.8 96,3 22.81
112M, 6 ,78 2.n6.79 1.28 78 17,292 3,7 |; .;||
65501 365.912 97 458 a 1 22
7459 6772.352 319 9.S 404 96 6:
30,52 61981 7,67 167,90 13,067 2 3 33 927
702 16 29.009 39. 767 17.088 65.600 18.669 ,'372
4.269.805 2.261,580 22,016.828 6,513,944 23.086,009 8,85,018 5,835.2413 1.248.808
38.575 1,117 413,070 7.594 10oo8,830 12,910 96,802
63.989,226 47,446,785 359,062,157 136,298,790 315.898.601 152.166.009 95,.42,656 19.988,946
oI' J I.-. -J


,9h6


L. -- I fI .
67,451,12 36,10,jf


I I


o11. f


I.,1^#


31 ,4I


87f.70


7 .7


.5. e-, a


13 6,710.]ae


47.454,13a










is INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
)l20 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE I1-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATrNO EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH OLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31.1932 -Continued

Total for region.
Southern distrlot _Western district
southern rgon --- north tern regies erl Ws n reon on8othwte" retam
Aooount -A e A-atead A IaaLgnea oI sAlrneo d ed Assignoed e lgrtid
amd and and 8nd and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to paeaenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and called
mereloo servirseio sto serviceerve erO sloega sor e a earvitos
I. MAINTENANO OF WAT &ND STRUCTURE
201 Buperir.tendenoe ........ ... ........... .. ...................... 3,632,42 1.595,218 3,.442..05 $1.23,383 4,653.359 *1.975911 (2.717.070 0821,596
202 Roadway malnteance-Yard ................ ................... 289,146 19.990 42 6,021 19 51,8 673 272, 01 16,16
Roadway mantenane--Other .. ... ................... 2,951.501 1,06,3)16 .,0)1,0 1..20,685 ),015, 2 1.314.953 2,0 ,544 697.41
203 Rosadway-Depreolat In--Yard ........... .... ... ...... ........ 7 -
Roadway-Depreotaltoo--Other ................. .......... 11.245 14,259 -
204 LUndergrour.d power tubee--Tard ....................... ....... -
Underground power tube--0ther .... ...........................- -
205 Undergromnd power tubee--Depreotat io-Yard ....................... -
Underground power tubea-Depreclation--Other ...................... .... .- -
206 Tunnel and subw&ay--Ted ..................... ................ A,.,.A .- t ., 246 5 3, -
Tunnele and 'ubwaye--Other ..... ......... ........... ..... 34,140 13,896 54,912 27,15i 4o0.,713 192,413 2,212 1,011
207 Tunnels and shbwaye--Depreoat Lon-Tard .................. .......- -
Tunnele and subways--Depreclatioo--Other .................. 682 86
208 Brldge, trestle., nd ulers-Tard ......................69.065 656 6,370 725 24. 301 2, ,33
Briflee, trestles, and clvertB-Olher ............................ .257.870 1,123,107 2 076.281 766,160 2,17,0 991.923 2.10,;603 717;591
209 Bridges, trestle, and verts-Deprelton--Tard ............... .616 38 -
Blidges, treetles, and cxUerta--Depreerttlon--Other .............. 112,241 107,501 9,534 359 21,093 1.433 36,880 13,496
210 Elevated strurture--Tard ......................................... 138 -
Elevated etructures-Other ..................................... 681 -
211 Elevated etruatL-re--Deprectation-Yard ....................... -
Elevated asructiree--Depreclatior.--Other ........................... 1871
12 Te-Yard .............................................1..... 2,946 5 1 1012,945 1 55276 68,701 478,071 233
e-OthtCer ................ ... ... ................. ..... 6,088.360 2, ,3145 6,109.985 2,525,775 31,190 ,315,176 3.91;978 ,6 7
213 Tiee--DOpr.eo tIor.-Yard ....1...... ........... ..... 1,021 -- -
Tiem--Depreciat on-Other ................................. ..... 1,2 2015 -
21 all-Yard........................................... ....12945 8,078 26590 20 2 6,232161 8,577
.alls--D e --r 1.152.173 9. ld L30
S ra ll -Oher ................ ...................................... 1.,152.173 53.20 931.498 37.090 1.3.118 640o,785 41,l 48,10
215 Rasll--Daprec ltloo--Yard .... .. ............................... -
Raillo-Deprecisaton--Oth.er ....................................... .. 636 32,821 17.436 6,725
216 Other tr&ck m aerLJ-erd ........ .. ... ..................... 275,271 1,27 497.503 35651 407,.4 7,843 314,355 .17,32
Other trck nterlal-O:tber ......... ............. 959,626 67,58 1418.197 67,230 1179,149,692 72 1 24071
217 Other tr r materall--Oepreciaton-ii-Yd .................. .... --615 -
OoLer trac mntertl-DepreTcatton--Other .................... ... 23.1 1 8 11,092 2,511
1 Bo laes--Yard ........................ .... ...... .... ,3 393 7.98 10,0 725 1,102 1.85
Bsilaet--o ler ................................................. 762,76 63B0,078 286, 816 11 20 289,789 113.292 2541,28 150,018
219 Baillst--Depreclation--Yard ............................ ........ 205 -
Ballaest--Depreaaollon-b. oer .................................... 1905 59,67 1,11.5,987 1,170,37 1005,729 8
220 "Trtion IFaLnd o A suralding--De .....r .................... ...... 5Ir64 59. 1 98 7 90.135 1,170,0 100,729 814,300 4
86a 883147 2 36,200 3 2,019.
Trasi a yln and aerraer.ng-Oth.er ............................... .. 7.51B 3,5082641 6 ,22 2,1 995 ,97 4, 7 ,42
2 Rgh-of-way fir.es--Yard ............................ ......529 3 4 41, 478 4 15
Right-of-way ferce-.-CLher ............... ...... .............. .96,25 50,238 239,401 88,901 270,387 115,219 198:581 69,319
222 Right-of-way fenoee--Deprenlat ion--Yfrd ....................... 12 17 -

Bnow and eand fencese ad roened--Other ........... ......... ........ 700 15 1427161 .48 781.37 426 18
224 Snow and eand feI rs annl enowshede-Depreclat lon--yard ............ -

225 Crolongets ad etlo --Tard ........................................... 5,163 29 135,228 ,835 56,477 524 89,55
Crossilnge and eign--Otlher ......................................... 327,708 163,0A3 609.025 299,3' 426,802 199,2142 242,627 6?
226 Oroalrg and igaos --Depreolatio-Yard ............................ 2 -
Oroeslbgs and ele--lepreolatlon-Other .............................0 349 28 1,579 364
227 Station and offie bulldinrs ...................................... 967,151 395.772 1.126,260 400,672 1.213.099 573,780 631,214 192.272
228 Btatlon ard orlice bulldlngs--Depreclatton .................. ..... 33,109 13,8. 19,701 6,9217 278,034 21,403
22 Roadway hulldlng ............................................... 202,712 93,14 98843 370 190,031 83.573 75.412 24,053
230 Roadwey buildtngs--Deprecetlatn ................................... 15,077 6b 78 4,4 10 1 30,31 11,728
589,8o8 2a9,9 g 9o,09)
231 Water stations ........................... ........... ....... ...... 155.946 550,240 179 589808 229,300 284,558 90,093
232 Water stations--Depreolation ..................................... 5'.62. .12,135 1,0. 60 5.49 1,057 -
123 rl sBta tion ........................ .......................... .... 186,800 68,36o 231,5 74, 988 221,686 86,10 79.15 22,416
e23 uel Llons--Depreciation .................... ...............2,137 888 189 2,233 683 8 70
235 Shops and englehoee.................................................516,863 212,860 927? 3 356 240 9214,438 26,768 347 128,869
236 hope ard elnehoees-Depreclatlon .................... ........ 10,302 ,84.9 2 1308 1 577 23273 2,173
237 GraTin elevators ............ .................... ............ 1,758 2 1,693
238 Grain sleealorB-Deprelatlon .............................. ... -
239 Storage earehoue ................................................. 22,310 2,002 751
20 Storage warehouses-Depretcatlon .. ........................ .. ,..- -
1 h e and do ........................ ..................... 6.534 7351 2 90649 20000 114,578 7,351
21l2 lhnrves and docle-Deprelat ion ................................. 33,997 12.095 3360 -

d Defioit or other reverer Itea.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS 5130
TABLE II-SLIIMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLABS OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31.1932 -Con.nned

Totals for reglonr
9uthera, district i;eatern district
Soutberr reatocn Nortbesatern regn et Western r-aiiona bouthw terw s eLr-oo
cAssignd aselgned Asdsined t As reed Astgad 8 e tned Aseti aet Asig eoed
ond and and and and ad a.d ad
ap-ortioned apportloned ooorrtioned Da-oritL d hpDorLln ed o rt O ltoned aoportloned mnportioned
to to passenger to to passaener to to paeaenger to to passenger
Irr-igt ,,r.d line freignlt ra ar lied Ireight and ar4led freight and allIe
_____________er_______rv___s_______e___________-------------- 5 ----.e.vlo.e-ro- ...JDlZE.a ..in.T.. ..a ;.a..
T. lAINrTiANCE OF iAt AiJO bt!liJdURi B Corntirued
Ph4' oai an.d re tharvyes .. .. (18,455 140,2713 8 2, 3
L .oi Coal an ore wreavsS--Derreciallin 610,64b 2,65
Sas ..rodsr olaenis ,91
?-t Gae irr.ducinrg olnIsc i 291 |,9( 1,197 686 61,451 566 |I1,15
2, G" a nlro t,:lrgf la ae --Det re tatl o .
Gas? rIi.-raip .n relrtir..e Lanep .. 537 .570 1237.384 b98,643 I 261.438 570,535 243.664 428,029 133,671
24o Teiegrapa. r Leldepone lilrts--Depirocllorn, 3,781 2,546 1011 55 952 59 -
9 51nr.l ed interlooier ... 883,988 692.914 945.818 624,135 1.151,377 834,302 549,79 317,224
?50 Mginala 1a lnterlcorrera--DeDreclattn ........... 11,380 12,173 114 7 2,.L 117 -
251 Power plant namn. caniai. ,no pipe lines -
PW Power olnLt dBme. oanals, an,' pite l lte--uioreclti -
2, Power oaImt t'ni Wiro 3,094 2,347 12,804 7,289 15.548 10,036 19,902 41 74
p~.44 Fower -len boall4re--('eoritilon 576 288 1,171 8 688791 2,722 956
255 Pnsore bstalto building 3 15 26 ,0 2,111 1 7
P2E Poser eoiuLation otl idrr.B--Deprstatlor 1,86 -
251 Power transa.lalor. seo-sr. ..... ..29 3103 14,36a 7,525 565 4.885 526 161
?2e Power tranaial.ieor, evste,--DeFrsoletlon 390 24 108 I -
'9 Power rituon tee .. .. .. 17,173 73.589 72.968 36,251 13.543 53.549 21,566 14,01
260 Power jistrlibutlor syrstem--ieprdclqieon 121 9 570 63 1.10
p6i fower llre Golesn 4na f ee .... 10.659 11.388 47.98 20,196 5,1.8 9,679 5.39 3,102
6 Power u lre olae .r,. 11lturee--Leprectlion ... 59 I 40 7 -
t Ur.dergroun.a ond tl. 1.216 d I. q3J 562 456 g Poq142
26 Unlergroa nrd con..ltl --Deareot*tton 102 -
26 li.celleneas BLrcturee ......... ... .2,381 1,865 11 2.250 17,132 7.366 8,097 3,132
26r Mlicellaneou alrucurea--Depreciton ... 56 31 1,864 288 2 1,584
267 PaIn ..... ... .6, 30 2.594 16.189 3,438 16,997 16,870 8,874 2,937
26 7 Paulie.- -D epr eetetto c 9
'P6 oan-Depy a .bl. c 303.123 137. 8 326,83 113,849 516.42 212,4 318,9 97,921
70 Rad- chnes--Op:t lo ..... 991 266 40 4.103 2208 301
?'i amsl ools U. ... 54332 229,95 470,21 168,414 555.55 23558 312890 911
i27 Reov.ori an,;w iec arn .an~ .. 83996 41,923 886,44 306,905 81,785 259,116 6802) 16,010
273 Aiea..se.to for ur.llo ninrclvecnta ... ... 50 1t. 3i 34.769 12,542 A 4262 1647 2 2 172 "-08
27 1n urr Ie to areon 216,820 91,992 29098 104.751 282 1 22 922
76 Strslonery rna prn ln 42.781 19,264 52,647 18,7 66,237 29,23 40,269 12,221
2?? oit.er ecoecne J14.902 5,35 .188 5,984u 23.979 11,139 12,896931560
rotil of acounto foe. :-ui Le ?27 ... NO, 928.840 15,075,359 36,693.137 13)11,030 i 40,440,661 16,766,961 24,825.114 7.579.080
.:78 Mainltal.,; Joint racks, yards, and oiher ratllitles--Dr 1.633,010 736,729 2,0 0, 50 676,697 2,082.548 1,116,196 1,255,132 574,121
279 UnlhLaring jow it relcs, yerds and other faolttles--Cr.. 1,583,695 550,2680 9,93 437,460 1,4 8 697,08) 857.352 24,040
260 Equalltatlon--tay and truciuree ......... .........- 79.10, 896 -
Total slmorancoe of -ay an ecsrot.ree ...... ... 34.978,155 15,261,820 37,414.394 13.553.267 41.199.477 17.186.970 25.222,894 7,911.161
II IAI NiNlAhC. OF QUIPall.T



305 Power plant machinerp--DeOreclatlon .. 94 70 1)7 4,748 4. 455 1,.75
336 PoBer sabstratio apparatus .... .. 2,470 2,219 12,072 5,709 45 4,414 '498 2,385
301 Posit subsito ppaats--Oprclso. .. ....... 2 9,502
309 Shreen loComatltee--pJrso i i ..............4 221 78 93 1',763,121 6,775 "'96P 3,055,027 1.231, 15 2
?10 Steam iocomoltes--t resents.... .........ILISA. L. .1.....2... ...g f5279,104 11,89 49,407 2454 '2,655 d86
311 Otnr o.oomotlee.--Repslre ........ .. 27.892 163,44) 111,867 3,869 4.568 1,068
312 Other locomotlves--Depreotaton 29,490 2e31,4 176,013 59 5,946 6,940
16 Pre t-trcot-tratn e--Retlrements ........ ..... 5 510 20, -
1i Pae er-tr: care--Rispatra .. 14 47 15.025.493 5 9,11.0 4
316 're59bl-treic oars--tetlr wt ....A. ..t0A 1,256,955 250,912 76 1 32
0- 4,545 4,513,532 Pla 5.784,21 2,47030017
318 Pasasoenr-traln ears--Depretton ... 2.1.2,612 2,150, 2706 ) 2.1)0iO.
319 Paserager-trsln oare--Retirements... .. .. ..... 3 ,915 20. 4 8 811 781 248,740
320 Motor ecrupmento of care--aepelr ... 202.775 14,65 4561 171 0 2 *00
3 Deflolt or other reverse itm.











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3315 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE -BSUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASB I SIEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF BERVI E,
BY DISTRICT AND REOIONS. FOR rHE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER S1, 1939 --noLinued

Totals for reglona

Southern district IeAtern district
I ,th n, ragin Harth....t. rt l a9 A. .r. .e.ter. .r.ron .u.hwa r rrman......n lo


Account


Assigned
and
aoportl owned
rigto
freiglit


Asslgned
and
apportioned
to passed ar
and allied


Assigned
and
apportioned
to
freight
...


II. MAINT&dANIC OF EQUIPMENT Continued
321 Motor equipment of car-Deprecation .............
22 Motor equipment of oare-Retirementa ..........
3 etloeing equwpment--Repalrs
325 Floeting equipment-Retire.ent ...................
326 sork eoulpeant-Repalra .. ..................
327 work equlpaent--Depreoatl on ........
325 'ort equlp'ent-Retireente .....................
329 leoellsaeous aqulpoent--RenalrI .................
130 MtioellaneouB equlpment-Depreclalo .......
331 Mllcellaneoue equlpment--Retlreoent t.............
332 Injurlee to areeon .. ...
33 In tr adc n... ... .. ...... ... .... .
3 Stationery and r ng ... ......
3 5 ot ner exp sen .......................
Total of aoo t roe. 301 to 335 ............
33n MarIntlinng Joint equipaent--Dr. ...............
337 'J atLlag Jolnt equipment--C. .................
338 LEquai aitLon--r qulpeat ......... ........
Total marteranrnce of equipment ....... ...
Ill. rAFFIc

351 Superintearlece ..
352 Outrale ae.nclaes .. ..
353 Advrtialag ....... ..... .... ............
354 Traffio eeaociatlons ..... .............
355 rast freln t lines .. ... ... ........ .
35b Inountrll and immigration woaeem e ..
35 a Umonce ...... ...........
358 Stationary and printing .................. .. ..
359 Other ezenes ......... .. ........
Toata traflo ...... ..... ....... .........
IV. IkAISPORTATICN--RAIL LiR

371 Superlntendence ..................................
372 Dispaticlna trains ..... ......... .....
373 Station emplojye a ........... .. ............ ..
374 nelhirng Insoettlon. and demurrage bureaus ......
375 Coal atC ore wharve ...........................

'76 SBttion supplies and expense ........
377 TerdBnBtaero and yard olerke ..... ...........
378 Yard conductors and brakemen ....................
379 Yard eWlt b .nd eLDal tenders ....................
380 Yard ninamen ......... ....
Y8 Yard otora...n ...........................
Fuel for yard locoollvas ... .......
383 Tyard switcbin power ioduced ........... ...
Tard witcbling cower purchased ......
385 rater for yard locomotives ........................
366 uburicnte for yard locomotlvls .... ..
357 OLter supplles for yard locomotives ... ..........
388 EngLnenaoue epensae--yard .... ................
389 Tard supplies and eapensee ... ......
39% Train engine en ...... ........ .... ........ ...
393 Train motormen ................. .................
394 Fuel for train loooI. tivee ........ ............ .
392 Train cower produced ......... ....................
'9b Train noeer purohased .................. ...
397 Water for train locomotivea ......................
;95 Lubrlca ot for train locootlives ...............
!99 Othrr Nupples for train locomotives ...........


82.902
271681

360,137
94


201964
18,700
6.637
176,278


6164.484
4. 0


161. 58
215.257
7,155
7.:796
5.i57


82.5
19:556


$7.709
7.652
7-
13 129
300





240326
1/5510
48 621
44,484


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied
...msnlm


6223.521



207,950
ISI

593
145.25
910
6o0976
61.0100


...W n..
and
apportioned
to
freAgbt
~amwtni


63.758


2:M
447,050
791,932

36,389
1,375


25.8S9


Asalgned
and
apportioned
to passenger
and al led


1171.046

17,56W





40,3;


25 .019
N,7"53


assigned
and
apportioned
to
freight


35.098
22

250,240
464 075

23.338
1,463
142,151
29.642
Fi19' k


Assigned
and
apportioned
to paseenger
and allied


669.020




A 8?0
93517
s,373




23,2184


b0,567,608 20,310,260 54.953.319 17,814.983 75.498,656 28.236.063 35 753,610 11.926.395
438.956 172.472 4129.297 159 102 501,144 176.994 326,246 125 l,3
303,963 93.985 233:570 3.681 6087 92.863 87,600 10,86
1- 9,"287 372 -

60.702.601 20,388.747 55.149,046 17,9,3.404 75.75.85 1 28,320,566 35,992.256 12,040,.64


4,053.602 1.149,71 F, 158 ,o9 858.271 4.37. i. 1.617,654 2.558,60 49. 606
:.59.,035 1,663.4l 3. 659. 763 .,47916 .56852 192.,439 3.993.450 1.726.474
16.121 750.339 n 31 2 1,2.0 953 9,162 2,287.972 179.084 701.279
353.737 72.573 291035 31.903 467,522 89,550 a,611 41,911
1, 950
315.909 91,743 217'36 135 810 12.36 6,622 315.665 17,60
1.522 62 3564 3 ,05 9,196 3967 2,.001
1,05 184 108 81 849 11: 1 25 1,171,05 23,185 51.941 84,027
44 588 9,968 4.885 3.579 13.285 5,767 1.247
10,390,014 3.839.428 7.284,359 4,888,857 9,777.235 8,516,903 8.044,045 3.327,005


3,818 605
1.481,907






,335. 15.

2,5619.32
17,261

87.886
1,210,505
1.913.590
lo.ao6.192
2;681
12.219,321

1,210 ,86
393,488
223,722


1,467,997
1,410o, 327
5,292,962


35,490
79,438
796.293


397
243,511

26,183
173
.173
220,67c
22 192
b.6956959

5,739,965
17:791
557:148
545.847
310,576
117.692


2,906,006
1,098,081
17.301,563
554,961
16,707

3,6056
556l474
5,339,597
41.537
3,591,869
0 7
260;,49
6],235
2.,588
1,7l1:199
152,398
9.776.973



1,136,821
7:363:96
7 393E
57750
1.13 821


1,100,231
1,041,91



611055

111,765
466,881




19,055

5.384

16,182
5.517,587
599,260
6,165 416
40,692
296,179
475,172
225,337
93,335


4,059.048
1.381,794
20,978,085
775,157

1.119.569
4.088.776
9.884,100
758,287
6,220,120

3,893,048
1,200

94,288
63.652
2.163,618
252,437
142,;a,657

21,868.333
393
2,006,772
b07.533
293.300


1.773.995
1,323,
7,008,090


979.411
4 7607
1,064,899
13y,539
654,122




51.337
11.121
7.785
259,919
27,740
8,349.139
981.273
9,576.126
135.895
59.378
856,997
451.895
158.825


___________ I ___________ I. __________ I _________


'6.182
11,470.454
410,286
5.011
689,078
2,677.?GO
5 U5.108
340,161
3.341.552

1,766,267

222,741
64,506
54.932
1,051,822
184,42
7.393.8'0
5,082

8,539.171
3,311
1,056,703
335,353
1/2,959


58.969
513.891
2,952.231



110.165
V2&,714
21,792
185.352

116,639

13.006


68,829
8.903
3,753,207
34.732

2.992,919

15,929
383,933
178,617
78,.69


I a~r~rr~ I T~E~ I ~T~~L I ~~Y~ I ~~IIUII











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 2s
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE Il-BSUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLABS I STEAM RAILWAYB FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS FORI TUE YLAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1932-Continued

Totals for reglone
Southern district Western district
Boauthern re ilon horthweetrn rrgon Oentral Wes tern retWon I ouhwest rB Iton
Amount Assigned Aesgnd Assigned Ameigned Aesigned Aee.ged gAs Ed Assigne
and and and and nd and and and
apportlond apportioned apportioaed apDortioned apportioned apoortioned apport&oned apportioned
to to passenger to to p*aesnger to to paeeanger to to paenBger
freLght and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service ServiTes service services serve ereicem _service nerlvios


I. TRANBPORT4riOW-RAIL LINE Continued
Eoglnalouee expenaee -Train ............................ ... ........
Train lupplies and penaee ............................................
::0 :p e.... a ..................... .
Operating Sleeping are ............................................
ignal end interlocker operation .......................................
oroaaing protection ........................** ............******........
Drawbridge operation ..................................................
Telegraph and telephone operation .....................................
Operating float g eq u pment ...........................................
Express aervloe ....................... .........*...............
Statlonery and printing ...........................................
Other expeone ...............................................
Insurance ......... ..... ........... .....................-... *
learning wreaked .......................................................
Dm ge to property .....................................................
Dmage to live stock on right of wy ...................................
Loam and damge--Frelght ..............................................
Loes and damage--Baggge ........... ................................
Injuries to person ............................. .........- ..... **.
operating joint yards and terminaIs-Dr................................
Operatlog Joint yards and terminals-r ...............................
Operating joint treoke and felltrlae-Dr. ...........................
Operating joint tracks and faclllte -Or, .............................
Total trenportation-Rail line .....................................
V. TRAlSPOHTATTOlN-ATIE L11N
Operation of vasels ......................... ......... .........
Operation of terminmle .............................................. .
aldental .............................................. ....... ........

Total traneportstion-lter line .....................................
VI, IISOELLNLAIOUB OPERATIOSS
Dlilag and buffet seretoe ..............................................
Hotels and restaurants .....................................*...........
Grain elaeators ............................ ......*...............*
Btookyard ............................. ............................**
Produolng power sold ................................... ******.........
Other mlaceLlaneoua operation ......................... .......-......
Total lainellaneous operations .......................................
7!7. GENERAL
Salarila and Apenaea of general officers .............................
Salaries and expenses of olerks and attendan ............... ..........
General office supplaes and expenaea ..............................****
Lae exp nsesa ................................... .......... ....**** ***
Inaurlons ........................... ..... .. ...............*....
Relief department expensesm .............................................
St tionry d prin ing ......................................* ***.....
Valuation expenses .................................*** ***.............
Other expenses ........................... ............... ... ... .....
aneral point fallltles--r. ................................................
General Joint faollltls-Or. .........................................
Total general expense ............................... .................**
VIII. TRASSPORTAT7IO FOR TIEVSTMIT--OR ...................
Total railway operating expense assigned .................
Unassigned operating expenses apportioned ............*****
Orand total raileay operating eapesesa ................*...


53.10 115
3.14.A117
879,561
b42, 11
184,107
503.75
152,172

59 .061
184,092
257,633
178,128
250.861

359 7,4
2,a23:704

1,214,358

4 3.5123
731.204
575,922


*3.134.1

64l,677


206 798
29,256

175,7
6: 665
17,516
119,873
195,312
5,715
813,807
2.926,116

4.,016


*3, 29 525
n' 666',60
3.924.286
1,078.290
41 ,161

47,774

505,755
233,4151
98,052
151.094
178,882
li9, 39
1,73 .259

1,068,196


1,225,747
811,847


2,08 56
61:37o

541 68
66,225
280,429



115, 28

84,106
112,110
3,857
657,015
1, 93,008
516,518
385,058


14.,456,719
17,004.329
3.409.5 62
1.454,203
868 053
.16.307
990,339
33))792


4,748
213,082
195,234
127.504
135.102
3.571,727
1,189,057
4,216,822
1,710,53
1.a:188,


$2,776.654
10,0 o02,3
5.00 3
1,144,628
643.508
455.71
1,171,824


016
46.441
29,359
65.518
99.371
13,342
617,718
2,67.546
,6 5
697,3]57
4756,508
581,516


1.395.689,
521,299
59 402
61:067
557.361


408.500
327,510
220,110
142, 771
142.597

181,347
1,780,937
1.164.198
2,78.697
1,177,383
820 728
665,076


6665.130
4.,08,127

447,855
199.410
17,916
19w.1





72.937
151.598

556.910
1.,484,280
309,779
309.793


103.112.058 41.650.394 100,422.650 40,415.346 152.812.077 59.422.191 69,302.564 23.671,929


9,587 .1 056.838 211, 6
1- ,814, 2 34 051
6 152 90 ,373 -
9.650 3,J02. 470 254.285


2,295,569 2.156,5144 1.56.57 1,2 ,05
1:173 123.q957 128,595 3262,2 126,959 '63',09 51.650 12 ',59
22.733 8 8.146
5 22 4 222057 55:,2)2918
9,292 7.614 28.32 2.639 a.45 132). 14.21
22.718 15.428 37.63 100,02 293.109 122.7 4 85.191
1i6,849 2.145,768 190.460 2.611.175 644,764 4,941.2a2 1,500 1.521.,87


1.4714,T00 5*6,492 146627, 2,011.6 62.3 i6 ,6649 599.06
7.956.08 1 l .E5.62~ 1.9 69.3 906 30.614 3.0 0 .6 5000 1 O1
702.41.850 1:1 216:0 6 6.000 191.255
59 .38 175.6 5 37,705 8785 '?,16 6.
1,29 1,1 1279 s425 692 1i 7:1 I"M^ 1,



135.0 94 4.6.9l 13 7 .5 20 1a 9.836.:95 1.8 1 07 3. .5
1,t0 1 14 65 5,709 a 606 6.1r50. ,25











224,127.513 88,248.501 212,698,772 853.945.871 282,459.23? 126.8l8.849 150,267,890 52,020,635
2.868 948 12562 4.535 605.726 264.313 1.735 5.614
2;,3, 641-- ,515 2 12 ,7- 1 .11,4 25 .9 ,71, u 51 o 70
30 6 ,1 5 7 1 59. 6 9' 2 7 6.'2 .1
335.955 2:7. 376.b 6 A',. 196 5,.9


23,612 10 43,5r 3 1",739 l..938 I. 699 93.77l

t5,Ot7.794 4.662,921 13.149.917 ,6540.209 19. 6.995 8.18,.M60 12.178.0o9 3,551.585
o09,958 567 921.704 8.390 593.522 sa .00, 8 3.073
2't24.127.513 68,248.501 212,69. 772 53.924.871 292,459.23? 126.818.849 150.267.a10 52,O .638
2.668 948 1 12,562 4.538 605.7e5 26..313 I.737 -11
1 2 320 -12


I .


21 7,08),162


u150.2 7 1r


212,711,334


283),064.963


224,130,381


88,249,449











22
)31)o


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-A--UMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOrNTS OF CLASbI I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISITRICTr AND REGIONS. I1._R THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1932


Totals for diltrlota
All distroits Easterm district southern 4ditrlot Western district
Account n oat Aed4 signed ---Aan d .-ya aeigned Assigned Aselgnnd Asewned
and an nd edanrd and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apnortioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to pa enger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
serve services serve services eanorie services service seervces

I. MAINTEMAXOE OF WAY AND STRUCOTUES
loi,2$7,O6P $.O:;797 $ .10. .001 81,g28 I? *llu, 861 $11,99
201 BRperlntendenae ........r .... ............. ............................ ,4 .7 o,
202 Scadwsy meinte.n. c-Tad................................................ 36 27,233 205, 3 378 2.085 125 ,020,730
203 Roadway Depreiation-- ard .... ............................. 0 ..... 9 9
Roadway-Deprecolatio-Onthr ................... .....................
204 Underground power tubes--ard ......................-........ ***** --
Underground poser tbe--Other .................................. ..-..... -
205 Underground power tubee-Depreclation-Tard .................... ......-
Underground power tubee-Depreciation-Other ............................ 1, 177
206 Tunnele and ubay-Tard .............................................. .. 19,267 15,090
Tunnels and sunwaye-Other ..................................**......-
207 Tunnels and subwaye-Depreclation-Tard ................................... -
Tunnels and subtaye-Depreciation---Oter ................................- -
208 Bridges. treatles, and cul.vear --Tard ................................... 9,31 2,703 131,241 2,703 1 S3
Bridges. tretlee, and oulverte--Other .................................. 11,7 910 l3o 910 1
209 Bridges, trestles, and c lverTe--Depreclat ion--ard ..................... 6,409 2,2 -- 1 ,20
Bridgeea trestles, andr calverte-Depreclatit--0r her ........,.... ......-
210 Eevated structures-Yard .............................................. 7 ., 2,52 -- 55 .67 -
El a aed *lruci',res-~0tber .....r. .--O.........*.********* ~" "
211 Elevatd st r ures--tprhec .......on-a ................................
21 TElevat d etrutura --Dapreciaton-O er .....................................
2 lerte strucU5.09ure73--0epr e09tiog63--tbh11r......................................... 10. 6, 71 77 13 .1
e-Oher ..... ........................ ......................... 18.5,9 1117 10 295 1,117 8,197 -
21 Tie-Depreol .--Yard ... ................................................ -
14 Tlee-Depreolation--lard ...............................................* -
214 ll- .....-............................................. 17 9 6,62 7,1524 1,665 1,22 1,3 59561 3529
Ralls-Other ....... .. .......................... .......... ......... 1,537 21 225 1,06 -
215 p al s--Deore laitorn-ard ................................................ 5 258 -
Ra tl --Dep rec at on-- tner .............................................. -
216 Other track m..ntrl.a-Yard ............................................... 26,33 1396 171,261 2,858 2 ,22 12 10 50 10.526
Other track aterial-Othr ..................................9.......... ,89 20 2,2140 2140 215 -
217 Other tr-ck material-Oepreciation--ard .................... ......... .067 2,067 -
Other track atri al -Drprcliain--Other................................ -
218 Ballaet-Y-rd ............................................. ............... ,02 4f 6.,91 23i ,16 25
Ballast-o .ete-............. ........................................... 31 33 300 33 16
219 Ballant--D epreciatior.--ard ............................................... 54 4 -
aTrliat -fen pse uion-O --ther ....................................... 25. 18 1 -58 1 7- 1 11, -
220 Trok Isin' B and sufc i' and 4-r d... .. .................................. 7 7 9 2 ,87 34337
Trn asni. B nA c urfnc n--ol h e9..........e 5.......25,915 2 2 1,56 11,6 7
221 Right-of-eay fen s--ard ............................................... 296 21 25, 2- 9
ight-of -ay fenn---Other ............................................ -
222 Right-of-noy fencee--Depreclton--Tard ................................. -
Right-of-way fercea--Deorecial cn--Other ................................
223 froe ari mand fences and snoheeds-tYard ................................71
Bnow and ealn fences snnl anowsheds--Otner ...... ..... ,............. ......--
dPh .now an'. sar.d fences and enoerhede-Depreclation--Tard ..................
Sno. and send fences and .nowhbeda--Depreclatiln--Other ................ .. -


226 Crossings and gn--Deprec ton-Tard ................................... 5 1,1
Crossings and algn --Deprc aion--Ot r .............................. ..... -
227 Btation and office buildings----------------------------------------------113,020 59,226 66,632 5,227 6.661,669 5972 76330

228 Btstton and office butldlnge--Depreciast on ................................ 9,5838 16,1 .636
229 Pd..a y bildinr .......................................................1 2.7 1 5 22 93 9,26 2,229
230 Road"ay bullding--Depreciation ......................................... 0 1,249
231 Water teatlone .......................................................... 25, 73 721 17,959 338 728 79 6,786 3o
232 Water sttions--Depneciat ion ............................................ ,611 1661 .950 -
2, 'uel stetics..on ............................................................ 26,146 168 3,713 1,2489 162 8,9. 6
13 1,4" b
s Fuel a tion1--Depreciat on .......................................... ... 1943 1,636 3 5 ~ 5
23 hop and englnehousea .................................................. 9.5 .17.505 '45.12 ..697 3.-. 450 49, 3 ,.558
ghope and englnehouses-Depretation n.................................... 1. 65 7 a60-2
237 rain levatora ............................................................ 596 -596
23 Grain elevatores-Deprectation ........................................... 8i. 3 -
29 Btorage arehouses ...................................................... 9- 71 9,015
2, Storage warebousee-DepreotaiLon ........................................ 18 9 18,l8u2 9
Pll Abhaerv and dock .............................................. .... .... o. ,563 9
242 4harres and docke-Depreclat on ......................................... 71,739 10,"42 61,297 -
_d Defioit or other reverse item.











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE lI.A--B'MMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUN'T1 OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANiES FOR EACB OLABB OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRILra AND REGIONS. FOR IHE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81.1982 -Continued

Tolals for districts


Account


1. MATNTEIANCE OF ATY AND STRUCTURES Oontinoed

Coal and ore whares..............................................
S Coal and ore ehabUve--DepreiC8tion ................................
M2 >]a producing plants.......................... ................ .....
2 Gas producing plarnts-DepirtaIon...................................
247 Telegraph and telephone Itnes ........................... ....... ......
214 Telegraph a.d telepror.e ltnes--Depreelalton..........................
249 l SignaDl and l.terlocker e........................* ...........** ....
250 Algnale .nd interlockers--Dpretation.............. ...........
251 Poer plant djam, oanals. and pipo lines.............................
252 Power plant dan., oanals, and pipe lIr.ee--Depreolatiorn..............
25 Porer plant buildlnge........................*.......................
S Power plant bulldlngs-B-Depreclatlo... ....................... ...
25P Power subetatslar buldltge...................*.*...................
256 Power substalton b.lldings--D0eprealatlon............................
25? Power transmlslson esyeses........................................
258 Power traneoleeton syensta --Deproolation..........................
259 Power distrtbutio eestems .........................................
20 Power dlstrLbutlon srelema-Deprenoation...........................
261 Power line poles and fLitue .......................... ............
262 Power lr.e polos and ftIouree--Depreclation.........................
263 Underground condults...........................*.. ********........
261 Undergrousd codults-Deprecat on...............................
265 Mleellaneous structures........... .......................... ......
266 Ulecllaneous o ructureo--Depreolatl onr............................
?67 Pav ra ................... ***** *** *** ** ********** *** **********
267 Pav --Dpre......................................*.....................
269 Roadway machnes......................... ************.............
270 Roadeaj mahLnea--DsprecLat ion...............................**...
271 Small tools aid Iupplie ..........................................
272 Rewoulr.I snow, ice, and sand................................ .. .....
27 Asfeerments or putllc improvemsnts..................................
2 InY e to pereor .................... *** **.........* ....
P27 I nsjur ce ......................... ***.............................
276 BStat onerf and r.ri ing, ....................... ..... .. .* ..........
277 Other erper.ee ........................................ *********....
iotal or account Noe, 201 to 277................................

278 Mal taining ljci trasko yards. ar other farilltlee--Dr..........
279 UaLlntaininLg oint track, yards, a.d other racllitles--Or...........
280 Equaltlzsa on--'al nd s'rcturee..............................
Total r.otiterance of way and BLr- Lretres........................
II. MAINTENANCE OF IQUTPIUNT

301 Superlntendea nce..................................................*
302 Shop machinery ............................. ......................
301 Shop eaolilnery-Depre atloo .........................................
3 Power plant macnilery.......................... ................
305 Power plant machinery-Depreolation.................................
306 Power subseation apparatus..........................................*
)07 Power subetation apparatuo--Deprecoation.............................
08 SBeam locomoltwee--Repalres.......................................-..
309 Steam looDmotivee--DepreciatIonr....................................**
310 Steam locoaottveo--Retlrements ......................................
$12 Other looomotrve--Repaire .........................................
312 Other locomrotves--Depreciation... ...............................
311 Otner locomotlesa--RaTrreaonts................................*...
SFreight-train oars--Repairs.................................. ...**
315 Freight-train care--Depreclation..................... ..........**
316 Freghtb-train oare--Retareaents........................ ..........
317 Papsenger-traln care--Repair ..........................*............
318 Passenger-traln care--Depreelttoo,......................-.........*
)19 Paseanger-train care--Ret remeota..................... ..............*
320 Motor eoulpment or oars--Repalre............,.................**....


All Distriots


... r


and
rapport toned
to
freight


S1 .069 II


|10.069
10,277

11,967

228,12&
516


3,946
2
2.572

6.129
2,078
2,272



1,273
616
3,072

7.34
6o0
4,65
6, 511
906
38.118
73.875
5.745
At 1; '72


Ase ed0
uIa
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


62,321

66,906



3,539
11



16,318




13

24

630

6,190
5,472
10,816
1,096
.562
25


apportioned
to
freight
Il~lol


service ------- ------- -------- ---..


$10,069
10,277















104.
14.,708



1,923






10.
1,956



1,139
22

8,3148

*2,699

452Z

A P 917


apportioned
to passenger
and allied
-4- n~


1655

11,770















13



287



9
11
10


apportioned
to
frehtrh
ne v~o


T672

1,236

















21.6

185
2,229



5,230
90
go0
30


apportioned
to pausenger
aZd allied
*awriews


apportioned
to
freight
ossrVi


737
84,518

516


1.579
2












7,3.io
3,062






1.775
21 812
6 45
42:84'3


apportioned
to paslgar
and a111ie
service


t.5s7

w.W



3.539





16,314
I3











10
-19
2,-


,161.,871 370,09 2.342,567 71,437 124,970 16,933 1,697,331 281.669
475,362 i462 3 3 2 3., 281.030: 1
883,115 651:706 611,86 9,175 219,03
V:t711 +s~ ~1,r Io a
.. ... .^. z. a


322,067
59,730
16,W25
972

339


23.729


820,958

661,4.8

9,560


3 IM 1 2 .5 19


13,623
3,079

6.620












2,181

330


214,526

10,295


339

%9 46
10,568




9,560?
9,560


2,626


10,087
837
671



55,812
2,101




7,754


11503
97

l-
78



6,100
229







1,250


:658
97F


455,294
117,9p




60,-
11:926


9,4lr&
2,982
6.60c



97,
60









330


Def iit or other reveres ltem


Eastern DLitrlat


Southern Ditrilot


Western Distrlot


611


11).765


5 747 118


2.153,192











24 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE I.A-PrwItlfRY Or IRIM.;R R OP'L\TI NG ENPLENSI .\ l.OUNTrb OF IrL.\S1 I SW'ITIrUING ANDr TERM1 AL COMPANIES FOR EAOH CLABB OF SERVICE,
BY DsllRICI6 \t;D REGIONS. FOR 7TH. EA.R ENDED DECEMBER Ji 1932 -Continued

Totals for distriota
All distriots Eastern district Southern datriot Western district
A"unt a e e g nlea Ae Agned AA89e "e> Assigned i

apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to ener o o passed ssenger oo to papner To to pasaenger
mervlce services service s-ervioes eer Il service servicelo service
II. MAINTEAIIA.I O0 L4UIPMEMT Continued


321 Moor equipment of care--Deoreolaton ..............................,
32? Motor equipment af care-lqettrmeni.t.............................
i32 Floating equtpment-Repaire......................................
32 Floeatling equipment--Depreclation..................................
325 fnoatlint eqoIlpvenl-tt ireaents...................................
326 Worr sqlpmer.n--Rpalrs ............................................
327 lorn eq.ipment-DeprecintionD.......................................
328 Work eq-jIpment-e tir am te.. .. ......................................
329 MlHoellq.eoua equipment--Pepaire .................................
330 Ulecalleanoue eqllpmento-DaprectAi on................................
331 MiecelmnLeou aqeqloment--etzcemnenPs...............................
332 Trin rle to persons ..................................................
SI e........ and Prln................................................
335 Other expen. se............. ......... ......... ......................
Total ci accounts tos. 301 to 335 ................................
336 Malntannl lg oint equlpient--o ......... ..................
337 aintalni;ng Joint eqipment--Cr ....................................
338 iqulItsztion--ZqtIpment ............................................
Total cmaintainanoe of equipanelt................................

II.., TRAIkC
351 Supeltntenteaooe .................................. ....
3j? OuteLde afrenolae .............. ..............., .......
35 Advarlltising ............................................ ..........
34 Traffic aBaoolatlon ................................... .........
35 rest freight lines .......................... ......................
356 IndustralJ and lmtilgration bureau .................................
35; Ineurance..........................................................
350 Stationery and print ln ...........................................
359 Othe eaxpanese...................................................
olal raffic ................................................... .......,
IV. TRANSPORTArI0N--RAIL LINE


Supmrintendenoe ..... ............ ......... .. ........... .........
DispatchLng trains................................................
Station employees..................................................
Hel ghn,. Inapecrlon, aMd aeilrrage .oureaue........................
Coal and ore wharves ..........,..................................
Station supplies and expensese....................................
Tardmas9ere and yard olarke....................... ...............
Tard onduolore and brakLeen........................... ......
Tard eritch anrd istlrnl tenders .... ....... ..................
8ard enorgiaen................................,..............,
Yard motomsp n. ............................. .
runl for yard lotolve................ .'. .. ...
Yard ewitching power prodtcod....................................
Yard swllthlng poaer purohaeed ................................,
Cater for yard loeomotvet. ............. .........,,........... ....
Lubrlicanrt for yard locomotives ...................., ...........
Other suppllee for yard locomotivee.......................,.,,..
ErCelnehousn expensee--Tard........... ,............... ....
Yard supplliee ad expenses........................,,... ,."
Train en'lnmten ...................................................
,rsln otornen ....................................................

ruel for train loaomotlve ........................................
Trein power produoaed ..............................................
Iraln porer purchaesd .............. ..........".,............
water for train loconotivee ..................... ....... .. .."'
Lubrlcante for train locomotivee ................. '' '.......' ...".
Oiner salp-llee for train loonmotives ........................ ,..


0,921
,300
120
0,912
6,651
65.?
4o,200
53,985
12,300
4A 139


98,

29,351
31,607
102


146


Od


$21,064
10,470




9, 56
2,193



85


4,653.233 91,5?6 3,767,873 82,626 79,272 9,462 806,088 79,4"8
85,126 83,216 1 ,91
1,99 85,09 142,580 2,626 593 5,84 8,776 76,61

4,586.410 6,4al 3,708,509 76,679 3,615 799.222 2,869


33a7 8),432 7,441 -
12.,0 70,899 -- 51,805
19,5 2,55- 17 077
3.959 1;35- 2.605


3,92 2,I 55 1,572
6 107 19
26.38 19,3T9 6,939
70 50
307,509 180,001 127,508 -


19 7 26
2*129,099
16,071
152,497

362 506
2,528,319

2,359,899

204, 289

4, 6 7
726,619
215 96S


12,868

1,428

1,154


41 9 o
11:b04
796,561


100,170
2A:54
115,96
142.941

75,265

6,372
1,741
1,79
31; W9
27:1,890


584.950
115,214
1,013,443


59,062
799,73e
232,761
,6 127

1,767,768

134,518
34.696
26,131
554,948
155.941
1,199

10,511

1,157
1,014


9,324
138,442
-l~

P7.797
68'40W
25,.17
37,852




613


16,91&4
2,261
-


9,


9,588
2,89
120,996
3,327

8,005
40,115
50,077
2,855
32,007

39,428

1,056

646

2,519


1,162
315
16,789


3,912
2,989
5,345
205
3,123

4,280

115
208

'22
9 O


243,4145
9 60
626

85 ago
1,272;,98
126,890
850,185

552,703

68,715


152,255
57,50a
3,227

2.357


'110
140


d Deficit or other revezrs Item.


31, 44i
11,089
641,330


68,461
45,097
222,798
90,217
101,666

70,985

5,644
1,533

25,409
-p

-sf










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE I-A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EAOE OLABB OF SEBVICE,
BY DISrBICiS AND REGIONS. FOR THE TEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1982 -Conthued

Totals for distriots

All districts Eastern district Southern district _Western distrlt
AiAcc te Assigned assigned Assigned Asligned Assignaed Alssignes ine
Aoount nd uand sad and and and and mad
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger tto to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and called freight and allied freight and allied freight and alled
service service er vle aervlace serve seroles service services


IT. TRAiBPORTATION-RATL LINE continued

ESlgnehouas expense--Tran ........ ....... .....................
Trnn ....................................**********.....*****.............
Train supplies and epeanse ...........................................
Operating sleeping car ...................................... .....
Signal and Interlocker operation .......................................
Oroieing protection ......... .........................................
Drawbridge operation ..................................................
Telegraph and telephone operation ....................................
Operating floating equlp ent.........................................
Izpresl service ................ .............................. ......
8tationery and printing..............................................
Othe expenses ............. ..................................
OI ar a wrea .... .......... ....... ..... ............... .. ......... .
Sharing rreaokLs .......... ..........................
Damage to property .............................................. ....
Damage to live stock on right of ay..................................
Loss and dmage-freight ..............................................
Loss and daage- Baggage.............................................
njirie to persons ............ ........ .... .. .... ..
Operating Joint yards and terniaali-Dr. ..............................
Operating Joint fards and tesrmnall-Or............................
Operating joint tracks ad falltl --r .............................
Operating Joint tracks and fanllitle-Or. ............................
Total transportalaon--RIal line ................... ...............
V. TRASJPORT4TIOB-SATER LISE

Operation of vessels ............... ......... ...........................
Operation of tereinala ...................................... .........
TnoldenTal ................. -.............. ............................
Total tranoporsatlon-Wate line ......................-..-..........
Il. YIIBOLLANEOMI OPERATIONS
Dining and buffet service ............................ ...............
Hotel and restaurant .......................- ..................**
Grain elaeetors ................. ..*.................*.......... ....
Stookyard ............... ...............................*******.....
Proding power old ..................................................-**.*******************
Other moellaneous operations ......................................****
Total nisoallaneous operations ............ ........ .. .. ..........
VII. OGERAL

Salaries and expenses of general officers .....................**. ,
Salaries and epeanose of clerks and attenants .......................
Oeneral office supplies and expenses ...............................***
Law eapenan ..................... ..... *..... ........ ........ ..
Insuranon ..................... ........ ......... ************ ***............... *****
Reller department expenses ..... ............... ********........
Paenlons ........................... ............................ ...*.
Stationery and printing ............. ............. *** -**********
Veluatlon expenses ............. ......... ... ................*********
Other expenses ......................*..................* ***.* *
General Joint aollitle--r. ................... ........ ..............
General Joint faolltltia-Or. ...................... ....... *..........
Total general eapense ................ .........*-..-..........******
VIII. TRASBPORTATIO FOR II7VTSTLTfT-OR. ...................
Total rallwal operating expenses assigned ...................
Unaasigned operating expenses apportllond ..................*
Orand total railway operating expenses .....................


29,140

23 6
I w


123.383
52,021
53,756


6
alsl,986
306,821
.93.751
841,787
194 073
261. 1
:96.9


1.1863

10,809
9,093
1,975


7,523
255



3
1,022
2s,903
15
1,732,:6
2.96l
55.981


63.773
2,37T
71,97
18.o065
206 758
14,960
3,391




18,32
17,726

98,794
235,280


189,200
248.617


117,725
7,231
7,928
1,103


596


98


828
55
ios
318591
2, I206
55.076


(10,416
3;788
26,287
9,608
2,1 62


1,7714
561
72
19

12.
596

16,121
7.557


51. 156
L13
2,863
1,165
298
-

47
133
2
3

11l

43,136
905


t1.565
,705
1,750
112,k5

103, e 1715
7,747 574


55,910 6,880
15,?2 19,259
8,721 7138a

1;3.06 -
194
70,945 25,699
15,914
761,198 1,370,598
1i,073
5,007


15,172,997 23,552 9,936,056 366.562 3,258 4,870,79 2o0291









30,353 30.33 099
131,099 131.99
150,996 10,996 -
30.723 30,723 -
312,818 30,383 150,996 30.383 1- 61,2

403,"S 2002 23:02 3774 9010 159,036 16,921
61, 40 31, 1378 5 151
96,53 1,7h 70,365 1,015 49 19 2,769 780
177,.6 12,633 108 619 2,017 2,419 29n 6 6,'5 1,32
2,005 29 1,33 1 56

6lS 2:, 97 "561
194 2s6 12,022 114 62 70s 1 12,0
33,711 13141 23,16a 48 277 3 5 961
S,6 10,, 71 n- 19 23 7 ,9 9
19:99 113 21.. M 226 47 19,275 14.901
1,519 1,519 -
74913 90462 57795 23,190 412 276 16,706 66.996
1.694,639 5,667 1,121.594 12,750 1,638 560,295 4,029
-7.l


_ -J I 1~ -~
Pt 576 771 714 11 5! 17.250.121 30,353 571,756
16,2119


-,5 .8-0. 3 0,


1 *


571,756


16,269


1 Deficit or other reverse Item.


17,282,793


8,008.896 27,531


a8008.896 27.631


I __I


q


16,269


30,383


571.756


52 850 77)


r71 un


71 250 121


32,672


32,672


92


30.475


25,863.445


74.575














2b INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
"1.J0 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE U.A-S'l %II.\IR OF PRIMAf.RY OPERATING EI'ENSE ACCO[UNTS F 'LASS I 6bWTrCiTiNi AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DITi-rIf P ANrI REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 91. 132 -Coniiuod

Totals for regions

lastern district Southern ditrlota
sew tn riad rrion frt anLLlboq SoB0. -Onltnl uT a0r sn at.gnn p.Eonflhlin h.rA rtonn -
Assigned ABalgnea AnslgedI AssIgned Alsigned Asigned Asalgned Asigrned
Aooount and and and and .nd and a od aI a
appotoepporti oned apporti oned apporond ap toned apportioned apportioned apportioned apprtioned
to to paesonper to to peaener to to paensnger to to paeaenger
frelgbt and allied frelgblreighfalied eight and allied freight and allied
service aertvice serie sevtioes service servloes aserTie services


I. IAITPIt4ICZ OF WAY AiND BTRUCOTRES

Supertntendence ................................ ......... .....
Roadway malntenano" e-Yard ................ ........ ........ ....
Rosadwaey alitenanoe--Other .......................................
Roadway- Depreco tilon--Yarl .................................. ....
Roadway-Deproatlon--Cthebar ........................................

Underground poper Lube--Yard .......................................
Underground power tubee--Other .... ...............................
Underground power tubea-Depreoltlon-- rd .......................
Odearground power tubee--Deprecatlon--Other ..........................
Tunnels and nubwra--YTrd ................. ........................
Tunnels and ubWay -- their .......................... .... .. ........

Tunnels and subFae--DepraeoationO-Yard ................................
Tunnels and subsay-ODprclsat lon-Othr .............................
Bridges, trsatles, and oulert --lard ................... ..........
Bridges, traetles, and oulvertl-Ot.her ............ ......
Bridges, trestles, and oulpvrt--Dapreolatloa--Yard ..................
Bridges, a tretles, and ouarts-Depreolaltion-Other ..................
nLewated struotoure-Tard ..........................................
rleaated struotura--Other ......... ............................
laiwoted truourie -D. praolation-Yd ........................... .....
Elevated etruoturaee-DepreolaTion-Other .............................
Tisi-Yrd ......... ......................... ...............
TleO -Othet r :.................................................... .

Tlea-Depreolation--ra rd.........................................
Tlee-Depreolation-Other .........................................
Rail -Yard .................. ...................
Rall -Other .............................................. ...
Hail -Depreolatlon-Tard ..........................................
Rall-I-Depreolatlon-Oithr .........................................

Other track materlal- rd ..........................................
Other tr ak materal-Other ....... ..............t................
Other track material--Depraelatlon-Yard ..............................
Other track materlal-Depreolation-Other .............................
Bellast-Yard ..........................................
Ballast-Other .. ............... ...... ......... .................... .....

Ballsat-Deprealation-Yard .........................................
Ballast-Depraolation--Other ...................................
Track Laying and surfaolngTa .................................... .
rack laying and surlaalog-Other ....................................
Rigbt-of-say faolne-Yard ............................................
Rght-of-y fnce-Other .............................................

Right-of-way fenesa-Dleprealaon-Yoard ..............................
Right-of-wy sfen --Deprolotion-D-ther .......... ..................
o aend sand fences and noha-Yrd ..................................
8nos nd amd foencs and enowahads-Other ............................
Bnow and sand feanes and snowhed--Dapreotatlon-Yard ................
Snow and mand fences and nowshades-Deproleatoio-Other ...............

rosangs and agn--Yard ..........................................
Oroainags and eio -Otber ................................. ..........
Cronaings and SIgna-Deprociatie-Yard ...............................
Crolssngs and signe-Dsprealalow-Other ..............................
Station and office building ........................................

Station and office building-Depreolatlon ............................
Roadway buildings...................................................
Roadway buildings-Oepreolation......................................
r stabulltdlogs ......................................... .......
hIder btauldlo --Deprooiaton ............................... .......

Irulr satlons .. ... ....................... .... .. ..... ...............
auel stations-Depreciation .........................................
Srai n etlanhou ......................................... ..
rShop as n lnehouse-Depreo ati..on ..................................
Drain alevators ........................................-------...-----

WDain elewaterm-Depreciation .........................................
Storage warehosu s .................................. ...**

r a and do ... ................................................
hnre and dook-Dprlation ..........................................


$107,297
54.977












78,875







69,891




15,516




58,155


2,283



141,098

521



71



27,695


11,882


1,876

5,7/9



17,Us


4 Deficit or other reverse Item.


$195,076
.50,686

8l1





15.090



52,363

h2,206


2,822


246,6)6


1.79"

71.638

258


113,106
2,067

4.6)u

5I

335,436









30. 94e6
50,956

1,291

34.750

16,15


12,165
1,661

6.600

2 6.1




20

10,442


$9.187
6,378












2,703







7,300



1,665




2.858


236




13.260

213








773


8.227


i5

558



8,497


-
-

-


















-



-

-


-

-

-



-










-

-

-


"

-











-


Detlol QZ O be ovormo ttom.


.











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 2?
BUREAU UF STATISTICS 150

TABLE II-A--L I MM.\R OF I'RIMIARI IPLR.itl.G E\1'1 \' i. li''ul\, IF i L. S I S il .UING .\'D TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY ['It111R l., .1\D REGION%. FOR THE L.\R ElDED DLCEMBEHR i3t Iud--Continued


Totals for region.
Eastern district Bouthern ardsriot
INw .ld On Oretlt LaDLEqi roalo Central Eaeto l aZe -an PmtsL lgTIE
jCODujB a Ass gne *- As-am--.gs 1 A-i.n1iU- -.igusa AmiptE
and anjd ad al and Ala nd di
appor tloned pporlone pporte pportond appporo apportond artoned apportioned appo tioned apportioned
to t passenger to to passenger to to pasueOger to to passenger
freight and mall a freight and allied freight and alle freight and allied
msro e oervloes serlose servoias mervwe l mrvicest service ervioes


I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued

243 oal and ore wharves ...............................................
24 oal and ore wharve-ODpreoiation ................................
245 GaI orodulrg pla.ta ... ...... ...
2 GIs producing plantb--Depreolatl r. .......... ..................
247 raleiraph B a ea lephone ilnee .....................
248 Telegraph an'r telephone llnee-Deprecoatlcn .................
249 Signale and Interlookere ........................... ..
250 8glnals and interlookere--Deprecwltion ..... .
251 Power plant oame osanal ara ploe Llr.ea ............... ..... .
252 Power plant dame. oanala and pipe lines-Deoraclaion ...... ....

253 Power plant butldinrg ................ ......... .
25 Power plant rulldlnis--Depreeation ...... .... ........ ......
255 Power Bubstation Dnulding ...............................
256 Power eutbeLtion buildin.rs-Depreoation ... ......................
257 Power rr&namlstlon systems .......... .......... ....
256 Power tranemnalton sy6teme--Oepreciaton ............. ...........
25 Power dietrlbution eysteoe ............. ............
260 Power dlstributoon e)ltesm--Dpreolaton ............... ..........
261 Power line poles and fatures ...... .........................
262 Power line poles and fIittrres--Depreolaiton ............. .....
263 Underground oondults ............. ..... ...... .....
?64 Underground oorduali--Deprectlon ........................ .....
26 MlscelllamneBue eBtruocses ........................................ ..
266 ULscellaneous structureB-Depreoiation .. .... ............... .
267 Pavin .... ....................... ............... ............
268 Prino.--Depreoliatlo. ............................... .. ........
269 Roadway machine .............. .... .............................
270 Roadway maohinee-Depreciation ....... ...........................
271 Bs all tools and supplies ...... .................... .....
272 removing snow. loe, and sBnd .......................................
273 A.aeeaents for public Improvements ... ............................
27 Injurtee to persons. .................... ..... ....................
75 Ins ance p n........................ ................... ............
276 Staironery and printing ................... ... .....*. .
p 7T Other expenses ................................... .................
Total of aooounci Nos. 201 to 277 .......................

278 Meanteaning joint track, yards. and other fa.lltle--Dr .........
279 IaIntainianlq ol Tracks, yards and otler faolitjlee--Cr ..
280 Eauldization--way and struotures ........... ............ ....
Total maintenance of way and strutree ... ........... ........
Il[ dAIrELMACK OF AQUIPMANT

30i Superlntendence .... ............... ... ..
302 dlop machinery .......... .........
to0 Shop mahlnery-Depreciation ................. ....... ...
30r Power plant machinery. .......... ........... .........
31J Power plant aaobr.ery--Deprecaton .........
306 Power eubstatlon apparatus .. .. .. ... ..............
307 Power subsration apparatu---Depreclattol ............................
3j0 Steea locomotivea--Repairn ...............................
319 Bream locomo e--epreol on ...... ...........
310 Stean locoiotivea--Retlreenta .
311 Other locomotives--Repar ........... ... ........
312 Or)or locomotlves--DepracltionD .. ..... ... ......
313 Otoer looomot.eB--Retireent.. ..
3 PFreight-train car--Repairn ........ .........
T1 Preight-traln oare-Deoractatlon ...... ............... .......
,. rersigh -tras n carb--netirements ... .. .. ... .......
317 Paser ger- ra car--Repare ........... ........... .............
1id Passenger-traia cars--DepreLtat on ..... .. ... .
)l Paae ger-traln oare--Retlremnte ...................
320 Motor equipment of oar--Repatr ...... ...........


$15,078

68.83



42


419


1,356
794



619



3. 394

9. 33k
17,713

8.997
7,279
878
90


$10.069
10;277

25.380

73,875







2,153
-





1,162



520
22


6 954
132



22. 721
15.931
;. 02
d LOS71


1655

11.770















IJ



257



9
11
10
-
-|
-O


736.004 1L.B6.563 71,.)7
S72.168 90.16( -
296,89 55*,857 9

- .? 1..1,869 -
-811.523 .- 3 s69-


100.4585
15.520
c, 291

318
562, 16
263.372
10, "a


.1 &


SDefiloit or other reverse item.


14 ,068

5:,0

21

691,742
302.517




65a.405
60,140o
9,560


2,626


- I












INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE n]A-U-MMARY OF PRIMARY OPLR,'IINf EXPENSE ACCOLUNI OF CLASS I SWITCBI] AND 'IERMYiBAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BI DISTRICTS .AND BREOIONJS FOR THIE s EAR. ENIDhD DECEMBER 31. 1932 -Cootnued


Account


II. MAISTIANCE OF QUIPMET Continued

Motor equipment of oar--Deproeotlon .............................
Motor equipment of care--Retirement ..................*...........
Floating equipment-Repalri ..............................***.*****
Floating equlpment-Depreolition ..................**..*************
Floating equipment-RetiremenOa ...-....*.*.,*o**...*************
1ork tquipme.l-Repalre ...................*.......************
Work equlpmert-Depreooieton ....................................*
Work equipmant-Rletrements ...... ...... **.*......*** **********
ulcellaeous aqulpenlt--RepalrI .........................-.........
Mtaeellaneous equipment-Dpo lon ......................................

miscellaneous pequIpr nt-Ratireent .............................
Iajrelie to p. son. ..............................** ........***** .
Ins ra n oe .......... *. *.... --- ***** ****** ***** **** *
Statlonory and printing ........................................
Other expenses ................. *....* .............................
Total of aoooants Woe. 301 to 35 ...............................* *
Mainting Joint equpment-r .................................
alntaining Joint equipment-Or. .................................**
Equallaetito-Equipent ........ ...........................



uqpoiLuteode uoo ...... .............................................
fatal intenanoe of equipment ...................................**
III. TRAFFTIO

Superlntendaae ..........................* ******.............
Outald aesnoesa to.............................. ** *****
ds frtleing ..e.......... .......... ........ ***....*............
Trafflr a l oari tlana ... ......o ... ............ ............. .
a freight line ...........................................************
Tndustrll and ingratloa bura......................................
Insurao s ....... ... ..... ..-- -- --**** * *
Other en e ...d pr......g ..........................................**
Other expenses ............. ...-* **** *******
Total traffeo ..................................................*
IT. TRAeSPORTATIOI-RAIL LINE

Supertntendenoe ..................................................
Diepatohing train ................................*......*.........
Station aoployee ................... ....................... .
Weigh ig, Inspeotion and deaurrage bureau ........................
Coal and ore wha .. ................... ......................
Btatlon eupplle and axpence e..................................
Tardmasterr and yard clark .......................................
lard onduntore and brakemen .......................... *..........
Tard awitob and lsgnal tenerB ...................................
rard englboman .......... .... .... .................. .............

Tard motor n .............. ................... .................
lua for ardu loaomotlae ........................................
Yard switching power produced ............................. ..... ..
Yard switohan power purchased ..................................
Water for yard loooaot eel ............. ....... ......... .........

LubrLoLtan for yard looomotleaa ...................................
Other suppllie for yard looomotles ...............................
inehouse espeae-Yard .......................................
Tead suppllae and eapeneel........................................
TrLan einglnmen ... ......... ................................
Traln otorman ................ .. ............................
oTu l for train looomotl ves .......................................
Train power produced .............................. .......********
Train power puroabeAd ........................ ...........
Water for train looomotive ....................*................**
Labrloent for train loooDoti.e. ..........................******
Other supplies for train looaotivea ............... .. ............


Total for reglons


HewrEnoo andregion eqrean L.a1es r .ggig4 (Cntar Eatern raOrin 2 Msh....-.n
Aesgod EB goad a., 51 A*111 A5*ne*1


AMslgned
and
spporal oned
to
freight


asrtern dlatrlot


Southerri dietriot


Astgneod
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


aRid
apportioned
to
freight


and
apoortloned
to passsener
and allied
.r.4


and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to paseenger
and allied


anid
apportioned
to
freight


esplag ggrviqqq
aervine qq igg@ aerw s


309


1, 71
9,909
31146
5


?5,047

2,115
146
17,t.
5,306
".037


a eloego
apportioned
to paseeger
ard allied
t ia1gn


S 1,1i ,616 2,62.,?57 2,626 -




1.113.893 2,59,616- -


2g,533 .89 -
10,362 .,57
d"9 1 Kill




.9,l 1,o2, _:


S- 51,07k 128,927 -


228,9 9

.165
7,5*9



291,125
1,033,188
37,h 6
7)3,0:


71,)307

58,759
12,9"5

37,538


4 Deficit or oiher reverse item.


356,021
37,896
57"I.278
16,071

508.613
1,307,031
195,285
913,a08


1,006*,461

75, 59
21.711
16

21.199

10,511

1,157
91,
1,014


9,324
138,42


27,797
69 2
25.174
37.852




613

111
16,91"
2,261


111


Southern distrlot











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 29
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OP SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTr AND REGION, FOR TEE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1932 -Conlmned

Totals for regLonl

Eastern district Bouthern striot
1ew- T.lm rmlson | 0at Lkes ZeMlon | ;nltral Ea.et n I earton PooaheIP remain


apportioned
to
freight


apportioned
to passenger
and allied


apportioned
to


apportioned
to pasenger
and allied


spportltoed
to
fro Ig


apportioned
to aaOger
:J allied


_ _I _vioi s 4 __-_-_I I n n ....


IV. TRA BPOATIOI-JRAIL LIN Continued

Inginehousn epensee--Tran ..............................
Traimen ....... ........................................
Train supples and expenses .... .......................
Operating sleeping sora
signal and interlooker opralon ..... ....................
OrossiOg protection ....... ..........................*
Draoridge operation .........*...........................
Telegraph and telephone operation ..........*.....** .*....
Operating floating equipment .................. .........
Express service ... ........ ...... ..... ****.........****
Stationery and printing .....................************
Other expenses ........*...******************************
Inurance .............. ........** .....*************** "........
learning wreok ......... ************....... **....***** **
Damage to property ....................***....********
Damage to live stock on right of way .................*...
iLe and da.rag--Freigb h ...............*******************
Los and damage-Bsggage .........................********
Injuries to persona .......*.............***************
Oper&tlng joint yards and terminall-Dr. ..................
Operating joint yards and terminals-0ti ..................
Operating joint tracks and factlllie--Dr. ..............
Operating joint tracks and faclltties--Jr. ...............
Total transportatilo-Ra&il line ....................*....
V. TRAN5PORTATIOHN-WTER LIIE

Operation of vessels ...................*..................
Operation of terminal ..........................**** ......
Incidental _................*****************............................**
Total traneportation--ater line ....................*...
VI. MISOELAiNEOUS OPERATIOiS

Dining and buffet service ............. .....................
Hotels and restaurants ..............*.......* ****.......
Grain elevators ................*** ......*.......*......**
Btookyards ....... ....................................
Produolng power sold ..... .... ..... .......... .. .....
Other miscellaneous operation ........................***
Total miosillaasm oua operations ............*..**......*..
VII. GEiNRAL

Salaries and expenses of general of foers .................
Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants ..........
General office suppllee and expenses ...........*...*.....
Law epeses... .........*..*".............................
Insurance ............ ..... ....... .....*......
Reliar department expenses ..............*....*** *........
PensiLon ...... .. ........ .... ... .... ............
Stationery and printng ..................... ........
Valuation expenses ............... .......... ........
Other expenses ...................... ..............
General Joint facllltte--Dr. .....................*****
General joint facllltle--Or. ................**...........
Total general expenses ............. ....................
VIII. TRANSPORTATION FOR LNViBruESLNT-O .............
Total railway operating expenses assigned .............
Unassigned operating expenses apportioned .............
Grand total railway operating expenses ......... ...


.7,180
112,309
80,876
12,571
21,001


27,0216
1,676
1 ,951
7,861
9,372

16,2L47
18,671


229,i18
537,605
107,213
46,852


83,773
2P 375
64,79
69,756


12,390
12 92g

38,611
31,5566
19 298
10,463
A ,35
82,547

216,609


81,987
201:765


apportioned
to


$17,725
7,231
7,928
1,103


596 -
a 1. -2

95 -


),06 -

15
31,911
2,206 -

55,076


I 1 .09.727 T 1 5,86.,29 I -


: 0,3 -

Si o1,996 -


i-o,996 30,353 -


114 19,005 3.771
19o,71 2u.19& 15,906
S25,192 5,1) 1,0 15
S29,519 79,130 2017
747 686 -

926 6,053
.1.b6] 95,510
0 is k, i06U 44
29,181 74, 9 -
S,002 13,A6 -
S257 1,262 -
657 -57,138 25,190 -
427,419 696,175 -


- I I 1 32,- -


S6, 604,393 I 10,65,72


30.383
92
50.475


~___ _II Deficitn or othe reverse _Ii tem.
J Deicfit or other revIese lies.


uo[,,9,727 5,886, )29


Aooount


188


i--


10,678,4


6,b04, 93


apportioned
aalla!d










3o INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
350 BBUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE IIA--SUMMARY OF PI .MAI I. flI\TIJNf E\Ni I "1. .\1 r N]i IIl ,'l..\- I \\lI I( I1'' \Il TI.%iiI.\AL .1ti i'.~N 11 iIR LACII CLASS OF SERVICE.
B iii
Totals for regions

Southern district western district
tnBouthen rern Ithiet rn e-on Ln.ntral aI.u.1n Tg'.- m.tl.h. l ..i rn t z gnn
Acorunl Assigned Asslgned A ilged Assinfned Algined Assigned ignAisdned
and and and and and and and and
apportioned aponrtloned appor loned apportioned apporilor.ed apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to tO Daerjer to to passenger to to paiaener
freight ann allied freight and allied freight ard allied freight and allied
...In .led freigt aeraa arvie fliU a
I. MAINTNAICE OF WAY AD STRUCTURES
201 Superintendence .......................................... ..... $10,001 $1,328 $29,913 l*e.6s t9}7 871,26h l11,012
202 Roadway smantenance--Tard ....................... 2.05 .125 291 ,18 =21 12 430J 20.730
Roadeay melntenanoe-Other ...................................... 9,428 1,023 2,7s 2
203 Roadway-Depreola Lon--Yard .............................. ... ... -
Road y--De rrelat n-- rer .... ................... .........
204 Undergrourd po-er tunee-Tard ....................... .
Undergrour.d power tubes-Other .................................... -
205 Underground power tubes-Depreclatlon--Yarn ........................ -
Onderground p~wer tubee--Dproclation-Other ......................... -
206 Tunnelse nd sub ayr-YTard .......................7................... 177
Tunnels and eubiwps--Oter ..........................................-
207 Tunnels and s.bway-DeDreclalonr,--ad ...........................
Tunnels ard r.,bays--Depreolationr--Other ..................... .
208 Bridgr., treallee, and culverts-Yard ................................ 113 4,017 153 a,307
Bridge, trees es., and culvrta- .nor ............. .................. ,38 910
209 Bridges, trestles, and culvarts--DDreclatlion--Yrd .................. 31.20 4 -
Bridaee, treetLee, and c.lverts-Daerectilor.--Otner .................
210 elevated trucuies--Yerd .............................. ...... 5,87
Denated eiructuree-O-r er ....................... ....... ....... .. .- -
211 Deated strutLire-Depreciaton-Tard .. ................ .... .......- -
Eeavated etrLctire--Depreciracin--Other ............ ... 2 ~ 8
212 Ties--Yard ............ ................ .775 63. 16,61. 21.909 1 8.78 11,011
Tea--O her ......... ........ ................ .. 5 1.11. 8 7 -
213 Tiea--Deprealatlon--Yrd .................................... ...... -
Tie--Depreolatlon-Otner ................................ ... -
2 Ra ilae-Dep r ........ ..n ........ ................................... -;S *..
215 R -her trace mcatiernal--Yaerd .......................................... ........ -
Oth er trac aterlon--Onec............... ................ .. ...

1 oar --prac t aterlon--YaDer..................... ............ -
217 Oller trac atratonl--epre ln .......Yard ............................
Other track mrterlaJ--D-OrelctLur,--Other.............................- -
218 Brllt--lard ........... ....................... ............. 6 ,95
eall t--O er ................... ......00 33 -
219 Baleat--Dprecw a tilon--Yard .......................................... -
Ballae t-Dapreclaelon--Othor...................................... -
?22 Tracs Iylng anrd rrfrcla.--Yard .................... ....... 736 91 7,973 .69 50 75
Track laylne and surfaeln0-- Otaer ..................... ...... 11 6 ,
221 BIeot-Of-say fence-Yard. .................... ....................... 2 806 1 -
RIght-l-way fencee--Olhr ....................... ........ ..... .. 5 -

222 Right-of-eay fencea-Depreclailon--Yld ............................. -
Riah-of-n fens oe--Dapreat ion-Other ......................
223 Bno and ann fence and nosrede--yrd ................ ..... ............ -
Snow and sand fencea and snowahede--Other...........................- -
p24 Bnoo and sand renoes and anowiiBhed--Dearactlon-Yerd .............. -
tow and send fences and snowenede--Deprecelatn--lOber ..............-

225 Croslngs and signs-Yard ................................. .......... 7 106
Croeslngse nd slens-Other .......................................... 5,275 57 5
226 Orositn s and elgne-Daepreolatlon-Yard .................................- 7
Oroslnge and elgne--Deprecatlon-Othr ......................
227 Bstetllo and office buldinea ..................................... 6,661 6,669 5,73 2,952 ,900 .o51,037 67.30o
228 Station and offle bulldlngs-Doprecsition .................. ........- 10.10 5, 14
229 Roadaay buildlnrg ............................ ........................ 822 93 2 140O -
230 nRady ulldlnga--Deprecistlon ........................................- 2,229
231 Ianter ntatlon e .......................................................... 3728 79 1,95210 82 16 ,012 258
232 later tsin ond--wgpreo atrlon ................................. .......- 1,9
o23 Fuel stentlo .......................................................... 162 29 6 ,og
2 Graiel eratlonr--Depre atlon .......................................... -
2 sC and anuinehoee-eprouc atn.... ................... .... 5o788 3 7o
237 rain lsrato ....... ..................................... ........ ..-- 8,

23"6 Gtratn elnrotore-Depreolatlon ... ~5 ,?923
2_ 9 oroawarou s........... ........................................ --9,015
Storage rebouse--epraeat o.................................... ,1
241 Wharnee and dookg .................... ............................ 4 .56J S 2; 18,187
22 hrve and dcke-Dprecaton ................ .... ...... .. 60623

a Deflolt or other reverse Itea.












INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION ,1
BUREAU OF STATISTICS 31

TABLE II.A-tt MM RY OF PRIMIAR OPER.\T[NU EXPENSE .ACCOUrNIS OF IL\SS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS \IND RI.GIONS. FOR HIE 1L1R ENDEDD DLCLEMBER .1. B182 -Continued

I Total. for regions


AnlOOODt


I, UAINTELuAI'CE OF WAY AND STRUCIURE8 Continued

2 Coal and ore wnar es ......................... ............... ..........
262 Goal and ore whervee--Depreoattorn ............. ......................
2165 Isa producing plant ..................................................
26 GOs prodoing plsnite-- pr l n ....................................
247 Telegraph and Ielephtne lines ........................................

248 Telegraph and telephone linee--Dereclation .........................
249 Signals and interlookere ..............................................
250 signals an nterlocklr-kre--DeDreclao on ...............................
251 Power plant ame, canals, and pite lines ......... ........ .........
252 Poelr plant dams. canals, and pipe llnee--Dearerlatin ..................

253 Power olant tbu ltinge .................... .................... ......
25i Power plant buildling-Depreatton .................................
255 Poe.r ... nation b-lldinga ...................... ..........
26 Power Bubetation btlidlng.--Deprctatllon ................................
257 Power transmlaalon system ............. ............ ......*. ...........

258 Poer tranealaelon sytasm-Depreclt l2n ...............................
59 Power distribution sfateme ............ ..........................
26 Power distribution eyeteea-Depreciaton ..........
261 Power line poles and fit uree .......... ......... ....................
262 Power line poles and flsturea-Dertrealation .................... ......
26 Onderground condule ........................................ .....
26 Underground condulte--Depreoa lo n .. ..... .............. .........
26 M1oellsneonu structures ..........- ..................................
266 11ice0lanenoae etrictiorBe-Deprecltioln ...............................
267 Paving ........................................................
265 Pavlng-Depreciation .............. ..................
269 oadeay achineea ........................... ... .....................
270 Roadway maohtneB-Deprecatin ..... ...................................
271 Small tool and euppllee ..............................................
272 Removing anow, ce,. and eand .......................................
271 Asereemente for ublio Improvementse ..................................
27 Injrten to persone ............. ...... .. ....... .**** *
75 Insuran ...... ............ .................... .........
SSte oonery ard ptrtig ......... ............................
277 Other erpenere .................... ....... .........................
Totel or accounts Hle. 201 to 277 ......... .......... ............. ..

27 MYelntalnltr JcInt track, yard., as, orbhr ferillAtt.-Dr. ..............
279 Uel.tlnlni jorlnt .racs., jarde. ond otrr faclllle--C r ..............
'80 Equallration--Way and structure .................... .... .......
Tot9l alnrtenance of way ana structures ......... ................. ...
t1. IlbITINANCE OF EQUIPLNT

301 Suaerinterdence ............................................. .......
)0? Stlor. acr.nery ........................ ....................
i;0 Shob marnlnery--Depreciatlon ........................ ...........
3 Power plant macninery .......... ........ ..................
105 power Blent echlrery--Depreclntton .......... ............. ........

10t Power eob talB lon enoDar t a u .. ........ ....... ................... ..
;07 P-,wer pilbetatlnn apparlte--Deprectation ............. .........
508 8team locomotle,-Bepitre .................. .........................
509 Steam locoamotvee-Depraciatlon .....................................
310 rteae 1.comotI.I-Retllrementa ................................ ......

11 Ot.rer lcr comno t ve --Repatr .............................................
ol? Otr.er locon.tllve--Dereciaton ........................ ...... ......
313 Ot.her locrootlves-Retiremants .............................. ..........
31 FreIt-train car--Reoalre ..................... ... ...
i11 Frelpr.T.-tlrn care--.Dererrlatio. ..... ............

1ol Freisit-tral n oar---Retlrea entl ............. ..........................
317 PBs.en;er-traln core--Reire ....................... ..
)18 PasBerger-treln care--Denreclatlon ...... ........ .. ...............**
319 Pesesnger-trtan cire--Rettremente ...................................
20 Motor eo.iloment of care--Repairs ...... ............. ... .. ......


..ju.1kt(~L1E41Sfl~.-~.~--- I Northweet~ ft melon Central. wevia.ssana................T .............Jmaahfhanar~ .zug.Ls.............................
beigned Aeelgr.eO aeeigneo Lest Aselgoel
and
Lesigoed
mod
heel
and
Aesiped
and and


e-kigted
and
apportioned
to
freight


6672


1.236

















216

185

2,229




90
ye


looher nitrit estrn ~st~c


ABagrnaa
snd
apportloned
to Daseanger
and alld11


assigned
and
apportioned
to
freight


784
1646
*16








20
1.,974









52b

1,636
8 d30


1,162
3.518
596
552


ABBLeA
and
apportioned
to poaeernger
and allied


Assigned
and
apportioned
to
freight


14.192






















654
1.09i.

1.086b
1,180
227


Assgtned
and
apportioned
to passenger
and alliae


@aligaed
and
appontLoned
to
freight


69, 680


,.532


2



2.523




1345
616




11,001
4,13


7.7
952
213


121,970 16,933 251,236 2154l,24 10,89) 1,291.271 270,776


11.186 9,175 9.o2s 54t 10.2 2253J 7lo.76

113.765 7.755 214,'9 99.85? 6e9 1,173,41? -


10.087

b7i



55.842
2,101











11


1.503
97
78



6,10oc
229









E


28.581
2, 56
50;
972



131.980
529.57




43 2816
11.538


SDeficit Or oiher referee Item.


9.266
1,271






36.815
22,678
?.161



8.844
l45


28.567
1),99







3 3
286,929
42.288




8. 167


Assigned
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


1l,557


55,001



3.539
11


t6, 4


184








321



10.8 3
2,417
228
"~al


9.187
-.938

6.602



56.,33


r*.:. z i n
e I I I I I


d DeficitI or oiaer reveres ltem.


Southern listrlct


Western district












)2 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
)!li0 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II.A--6UIMARY OF PRIMARY OPLR.AING EXPENSE A,\cnI *NY OF CLASS I S \ITCHING AND 'iERMIIAL COMPANIES FOR EAOH CLAtS OF SERVICE.
BI DISTRICTS AND REI.IONS FOR i HE 1 AR FNDLD DECEMBER 31. 19?3 --Contiiued

totals for regions

Southern district western dlsriaot
SB u uh.- m reion -- Northeastr'n Ti lenled e..lOrn rexton aBotlhet' goEihu I L....B-. -
Acounit Aesfgned s" r igne Assigrned s.Lge =A ed end 1 na ,AN 80 Jd
end end and
apporionad ipportioued apportlioned spportioned apporrtioned apportoned spportioned apportioned
to o. passenger to to psaeaenge to to passenger to to passenger
freight and alild freight ad ellled freight and .llted freiogh and allied
jeU1l.g seZm.n. e.TaxILoS.. agliae service mjrgyi service se.rices


II. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT Continued
Motor equipment of oare-Depreoation ..................
Motor equipment or oare--Rettrem s ....................
Floating equipment--Repaire ..... .....................
Floating equipment-Depreoatio ........................
Floating equipment-Retiremeans .........................
Work equipment-Repairs ... ..................**....*.
Work equipmlen-Deproolation ............................
Work equipment-Retlrements .................. .........
Meaoellaneous equlpment-Repain ......... ..............
MLeoelisneous equzpment--Depraolation ....................
ILilollaneous equipment-Retrement ...................
Injuries to persons .................. ............
Insurm oe ................... ......... ..................
Stationery and prntng ........... ..................
Other expenses................... *....
Total of aUcounte loe. 301 to 335 ........*............*
Maltaoling joint equipment-Dr. ........................
MaintLaisnt joint equlpment--Cr. .......................
Equalliation-- quipmenL ...............................
Total malnteannoe of equipment ........................*
III. TRAFFIC

Superltaendence .........................................
Outside agenda tes .........................................
Advertieing ..............................................
Traffle i sooale atlons ............ ......... ...
Fast freight lines....... ..............................
Industrial and immigration bureau .....................
nsBuranoe .. ..................... ............. ..... *.
B Ttoa ry and printing ................................



IV. rRAJSPORIATIOI--RAIL LIE

Superintendence .......................................
Diapatching tralne .........................
Station aBployeam ........... ....... ...................
Weighing, Inepeation, and demurrage buraemu ..............
Coal and ore harves ........................... ........
Batlion aupplles and expenses ...........................
Tardmaaters and yard olerk ..............................
Yard oonduotore and braaemen ............................
Yard wtloh and signal tender ..........................
Tard engloemen ............................. ........
Tard motormn ...................................*.......
Fuel for yard looaoOtwea ...............................
Tard awitohng power produced ...........................
Tard asiobhlng p r purchased ..........................
water for yard looomotives ........................
Lubrloants for yard looomotlves .........................
Other muppltee for yard locomaotvem .....................
Englaohouse expenses-Tard ................ ...........
Tard supplies and expenae .............................
Train eng neaan ............ .... .......................
Tra a otOrman ..........................................
Fuel for train locomotive ..............................
Tra l power pro dcd ....................................
Train power purchased ................... ..... .........
Water for train looomOtivs ......... ...... ..........
LubrLoants for train looootiee .........................
Other supplies for train looomotives .....................


524



I ,6l-
er
1:16


11,399


1,531
323
1. ^
1,990
720


-,
4,615
17,


i,
1.665


79,272 9,1.62 288,296 90.162 2,s69 '27,630 76,619

S, 1,0 76,619

78.679 1,615 2.21 2 90,162 2,869 626,637


12,564 12,122 22
7,21 9. 3
d- is10 2,210


1,57 -
S1,361 3,9 26,9

------ : 2Io3.2411r9 86 ?116,991


9,588
2,895
120,996
3.327

8,005
40,115
50,077
2,855
32,007

39,428

1,056
6,16
86
19,1
2,519


1,162
315
16,789


3,912
2,989
5,315






115
208

220


469,91
395

53.339
175,018
341,862
70,998
230,378

1b5,356

7,390
1,157

18,725


q Deficit or other reveres item.


31,579
6.353
142,888
231

5,61l
86,008
11,4 32
10,956
77,837

58,288

6,8s6o

1,435
3,311
38, 052



2,357


To
imo


20,708


7.879
1,9

I 'I

1.165

137

61
761
90


26,450





316,029


51, 465


6.,661
31304


29,602
11,089
620,622


60,582
43,375
22051
89,995
100,110

69,820

5,507
11504
1,329
^'











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION U
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE I.A--SMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLABB O BERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 1, 1932 -Contuamed

Totals for regions

Bouhern district Westemrn dintriot
Aoutherr, re Ion o irt.weet1 rn eahion ta*ntral Westn r*non if ii.thwea [etln
00oount .lmtgned iaetKned Ane Allgned AOsiglge Allmg-d. Alltgaiod oaIlnald Aslgi l
and and and d and and andand
apportioned apporltoned apportioned appoTtloned apport o0ad &pparslonme apportIoned OpportIonl
to to paBSenger to to passenger to to p&assengr to to passager
freight and allied freight and allied freight sad allied freight ald llfr
gsryla. genio osrves ervioo seye Oerwo cergloens OervinO isflflijog,


IV. TRAIBPORTATIO-RATL LINE Oontinued
100 Englaehouse expeneen-Traso ................................
101 Tral en ..................................................
.40O Tr ie mpplles and expnesa ............ ...................
402 Operating aleeping oare ..........................
40 Sig.n and Interlooker operation ...........................
05 Orosing proteio ......... ............................**
1o01 Telegraph and telephone operation ...........................
408 Operating floating equlposnt ................................
109 Expreoe serrioe ...........................................
*10 Bsationary ano printing........... .......................
bll Other expenses ........ ..................
61 InIuran oe ......... ........................ ........
415 hearing wrecks ..........-........... *** .............
a16 Damage to property .................**** ******............
11? Dsmage to 11ie took on right of way .......................
.61d Lose and damage-reight .............................. .
'.19 Los and dage-Bggage ................................
420 Injurles to persons ... ..... .... .....................
390 Operatlnt Joint yards and ltenlil--Dr .................
391 Operatiu. Joint yards ea d terlnalus-Or. ...................
12 Operating Joint track ann faolltl e-Dr. ..................
l ) Operating Joint traoi akrd facililnas-Cr. ................
Total transportatlon-RaiL line .............. ..........
V. TRALSPORTAITOI-WATER LINE

1)1 Operation of vsselr ......................................
1h 2 Operatloa of terminals ................ ..................
)33 Inoldental ......................... ..... ............. .. .
Total Itrnsportation-Water line ........... .........
VI. IlBCELILYLOUS OPERAiIOIl

4U1 Dining ad buffet service ........... ........ ..........
42 Hotels and restaurants ......... ..........
G rain elevators ........... .. ...... ...............
S Btookyards .......... ........... ..... .
5 Produoing power sold ...................... ............
b tner mlaoellaneous operations ............... .... ...
Total mlsoallaneous operations ................... .......
VII. OERIAL

11 Balarlemnd expenses of general off~oers ................
452 Salarteasad esoeones of olerks and atLer.anst .............
153 General office eupplee nd. an xpenaa ....................*
14 La5 w espeonea ...................... ............ ........
155 IO. .Unr o ................ ................................ .
456 Rellef denuarten, expersee ................ ....... ........
1 7 Peosit on ............................... .............. .....
458 ationery and printing ........................ ....... .
SVluat on expenses ...............................
1160 LLor epenes ........................................
461 Oeneral joint Bolliltte--Dr. ................... .....
462 General joint ac itl -- r. .............. ... .......
Total general expenses. ................ ... ... ...
VIII. TRANBPORTAIIO 10 R IllVEBrdiHT--C. ............
Total rallway operating expanses assigned .........
UnDaealned operating expenses apportioned ...........
Grand total rallway operating elpenues ........ ...


exo,x 6



9l0,4l6
3,78





1,773*




561
2i
19







7.557


(1,186
113


295


47

133
2
3


118

41.36
905


01.507
16I
25,1.2





10,986
19


3.95J
17,819
6,020
372:',59
1,873


21,790
23,325



11.996
659
1,212
694
3
755
5,711



5,007


S1


326
140







18,630


090,509
54,585
1,700




7,301
2, 85

38,358
47,415


tI7
573








194
1,351.96


366,562 3.258 1,t02.919 37,644 20,294 3.079.816









S- 131.099

30.723
161,822



._ 0j 6 26,876 1.015 91, 784 15.906



9277 3,7 1.125 52229 13,1
296 10,1 67.51
31 128 400I






112 276 4,703 2,612 99 9.391 66,97

12,750 1.638 152.61. 106,6s .,029 300,995
91


571,756


571,756


I. t 1 -


- j. --- I


16,269


5,229,150


i .,1





27,631


27,831


2,072,256


707,490


16,269


707, 490


2,072,256










4 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
350 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE 111--;' MMARY I' fPri:R.\TINa REVENUES A.ND OPER.\ING EXrrNSEU BI [..\1 U1 SERVICE WITH OPERAI[NG R.\TIOf. OF INrIVIDUAL
CLA%, I STEAMh RAILWAY fiO THE 1\[R, ENDED DECEMBER 1 1932

Ralwa&y operatir.r revenues RaiLway operatiL experp.ae Operating ratioS

Direct, region an railway I Asigrble Aa gn and Assigned rd en
DlrotLCt. reale so ,egt tny ore rrPnablte ppotioneea to apportiones, to rl md .llesd
an'll t __gd Toitsd freight pa seb.gr med sano s ert
asndoe s l Snlci 1/ allied sme loss 1/ eal
so too@ 8 0 vie


N&stern ditlat ........
lw Egland rglon ...... .....
:raet Lakes region ...
Central Eastern raelon
Southern district
Pocahontas region .
Southern ragio ........... .... .....
Western distrti t .... .. ... ..... .
ortbesteren region ... .. .
ort~lstsral radlo ... ..
Gsntral Western Torlon
Boutheastern region
All dietrlot .. ...........
EASTERN DISTRICT
IWl ENLULANI R13IO
Barsror Aroostook R. R. Go. ...... ........
Boston a Melne R. R. ..
Canadlan Natlonal System: 2J
Oanadiar. atllonal Lines in Enland ............
Caetral Veront ny Ino.. ..
GanadIla Paclflo System: 3/
Canodlan pacilo Lines in MaYne
Canadi e Paoif n Lins l Fero .......
kaine Central R. R. o .... ... .....
ew Haved Bystem: ..
bew York, Sne Rven A Hartford R. R Do. .....
Rew York Oonneotin, R R. Oo.
IRuland P. H. o
OREAT LA LS REGTON
Cambria A Indiana R R. Co. ........ .
Ganadlaon ationsl System: 5/
Grasd Trunk Western R R. o. .. .........
Delaware a Hudon R ororon R m...t ....
Delaware, Laokawanna A Wesern R. R. o
DetrOlt a Mackinao Ry o.
Detroit A loledo Shore Line R R Co
Erie System:
Chclago & Erie R R Co. .
Erle R R o .
Sew Jerse, a New York R R Co. ... .. ....
lee York, BusquehpnhRo Western R OCo. ..
Lehglh a Hudson Rive Fiy. Co ..
Lehlgh & Hew England R R. o. .. ......
Lahigh alley R R ...........
Mononlraesla y C
Montour R. R Co. ....... .. ... ..
New 8aven Bystem: /
Her York, Ontario & Wester Ry Co.. ...
lew York Central Liones
New York Cenral R. R. o.. ........ ....
Pittsburgh A Lake Erle R R. o. ............
ew York, Oticago & St. LouIs R. R. Go ..
Pere Marqutete Ry 00. .... .... ...............
Plitsburg A Shawaut R R. Oo. ... .... ... ......
Plt lburgh A West Virginia Ry. o .
Pittlburg. BfIawat & Northern R. R o. ...... ..
Ulster lsalarse R R. 0o Z ............ .. .. ......
Wabash SBytem:
Ann Arbor R R. Co. ..... .. ........ ..
Wabsh ir. Oo. ........ ............................


5775.8 100, :56W 52:.9:286 411153282 639.999,150 1 7: 7295 669 .
611.17212 49.173U.,23 17.37,.893 495,780.088 359,393,558 136 3.86.5 0 79-05 39 99.24
6.852,679 49 .655.156 1.2197523 69.3212626 'IN
636,52,679 49,5,1 2.197523 9,21,66 316.710,382 152:;11. 4 73.69 R.O 907.32
58405.6 8 485895.62 512.806 4 41 2 108.29.95 4. 149.27
377.75,0 315.756,103 62,025,33 312.379.830 22~ .1:30.38 1.9.9 2.6 72.:; I.a

1.151.551.058 961.1,9.927 190.401.1311 909 0981467 66.O.92r24 263.052.51) .9--5 67.22 138.16
*62.52.ro 5 5. o 29269.0 5.2;50- ,3:08,9 ..0 p----
r6, 674;5o5 4 4J;66764 t102,207,741 410','.125 283,06b,963 1270853.162 75.03 63.69 124.31
259.96 .973 226,220,585 33.7.3,35g 202,290,599 150.269,627 52,020,972 77.81 66.43 154.17
3.126,760,154 2,531,916,515 594, 83,639 2,03,44,4,895 1,695.702,051 707,712,844 76.87 66.97 118.98


5.911.878
5,081,7514
1,166,816
5,236,570

1,681.6f4t
1,036,42
11,25.4771
714,973.252
2,555,597
3,870,106


1,126,186
13 912,7 92
23:225,154
06,447,856
759.895
2,303,580
8,904, 12
6,1841, 762
1,103,750
3,522.186
1.579.505
3:274 .739
4 3Z.13
38,4 39 1;
1,508,978
10,571,876
293,636,140
12,521,977
29,158,468
8124, 13
2,239,822



3,116,589
37,785,633


5,485,700
31,557,8082
977,443
4,188,4 72

1,372,931
663,570
9,063,984
12, 71.022
2 :4 4636
2.66,00o7


12,522,902
1,126.,19
20,492,695
34,' 38,612
665,854

2,303,580
8,062,k31
54,447,955
210,958
3,050,790
1,93 639
3.2661.32


1,503,807
8,793,505
200 738.397
11:704,242
27,638,688
8028966
2,237,945
920,970
14,736
3,001,992
33,551,004


426,178
13.529,952
159,373
1,.046098

308,716
372,892
2,190,787
32,702,230
12e 961
1,404:099


a 8
1,389,890
2.732 459
12,009,24
114,051


841,881
10,393,807
892.792
471,396
85,866
8,417
5.259; 691
22,357
5,171
1,778,371
92,897,743
817,753
1,519,780
1,788,406
11,497
1.877
14,622
31,604
114,597
4,234,629


3,926,5s88
3:,943,668
1,410,264
4,707,007

1,697.452
1,167,026
8,673,778
52,985,207
578,792
3.363,500


779,252
13,727,566
22,255,109
37,055,579
606,788
1,2 2,199
5,816,540
50,0)1,273
1,069.763
2,505.745
1, 125,613
2, 14o537
31, 686,181
1, 481,547
990,714
7,522,187
227,176,620
11,214,296
22,106,727
18,189.896
660,812
1,739,947
903.652
5,251
2.670,393
3.o646.qo0


3,i10o,54
18,928.630
957,321
3,329,999

1,081,662
66.,735
5.16,:471
27,869.545
531,930
1,811.535


779,252
10,910 110
18,s 610
25.675.245
31:4662
1,242,199
4,492,234
37,229.391
129,535
1,550,30
1.016,123
2,a um641
24,995,041
1,401,051
989.871
6.171,752
149,049.345
9,020,503
19,167,49
16.933.A
630,406
1,727,322
820,776
19.577
2,413,082
2l'iq6n.S3


Ja M-Iuth otr oballt a eib.
Inoludes a proportion of unasesaied
Bes also Great LakeA Region and Horthweatern Region for this syselm.
S Ie also Hoithwestern Region for this ysteLm.
oee alao Great Lakes Region for this system.
See also Hew En.land Region and Rortbweetern Region for this system
Bee also law Enrlamd Regon for this system
Report for month of January; property oaquired by Iaw York Central R R Co.


822,264
14,015,038
452,9143
1,377,008

615,790
499.293
2,957.307
25,115662
46 863
1,551,965



2, 817,151
4,219.499
11 380 334
3265 963





6 6
1,350,1506
18,801,882
940,228
955,40
109,690
31,896
6,691,134
025,963


1,550,435
78,127,275
2.193.793

3:25.
30,Ib6
12,625



6.4fl8.O8


66.42
73.07
120.86
89.92

100.94
112.60
77.07
70.67
22.62
86.91


69.19
98.67
95.82
79.78
79.85
53.92
65.32
I77.16
96.98
71.14
71.26
75.75
81.79
40.77
65.65
71.15
77.31
89.:56



77. 8
96.59
121.39
85.68
51.21


56.59
59.98
97.94
79.50

78.78
100.63
63.07
65.93
21.8:
73.46


69.19
87.12
88.a01
74.55
52.87
53.92

25:72
61,40
50.82
68.03
74:.6
38.79
65.82
70.19
74.25
77.07
69.35
75.91
78.51
77.18
89.12
132.85
80.38
72.12


192.94
103.59
239.18
131.63

199.47
13.90
13?.99
76.80
37.80
110.53



202.71
15L.17
94.76
232.63


157.30
123.17
202.68
127.51
378.95
127,22
360.05
16.30
75.94
84.10
268.27
19W.40
182.09
264.47
672.62
561

224.54
153.22


i nyCL ccl ooA


. o


.-.-- ..-- ... .


1


nl. In Oct


Awm .. .


~ 1


-- --


d --










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE I1-ll -lMARI UF OPERA.INO RE\'LNIUES AND OPERATING EXPENLK-i BI L.'Li~ OF sLhI\ IL'U, WITH OPElAFING RATIOS, OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I bTEAEu RAILWAYS. FOR THF I EAR E-NDED DECE'MBER 31. IDB2 --ConLouad

Ratlle operate G Y revenue Ratlway operating aspeaea Operating ratio
oAilgrnable ABlgnable Aignead and Asalged end
lstriot. retoan and ralway Total to freigh, to asseenger apporti e o d o apportond tot a or
nLoaI. 1_ anrd killed Tot&l fe he Ii paule gr a e an gazt
oe,..... ..a. Paz, ",as ai .1oeQ md"1f
_____ ________________ c V_ serornleB V ainevloe I llld aIrrio. _______ml


ELIPI DISTRICT Conllnued
0C9IRAL. ASBTEI RIRGION
Aron, Oano A You town Ry. Co ........ ........ ...
Balilnore & Obho Byf. t: 2
Bal more a Ohio R. Co ......
8steu IBland Rapid IrlMaIt RyB. Co... .............
Beesemer & Lake Irli R R .................Co
0CiDCoK i KIatezn 1111t1ot By. Co....................
o Ililnole land Ry. Co ...................
Clr ogo, Iodianapolle & Loumollle Ry Go. ............
.etroll, Toledo A Ironton R R. Co ... .....
11glu, Joltet & Lastern Ry Co
litLnore rarmlnal Co .. .
Il eourl pacific Byleem: j/
Mlseourl-lll nole R R. Co. .. .... .... .... .
PennBylvanla. Bystem:
Lan.- lelanrd R.H. Co ..... .. ..
Penneylvartlai R.F. GO .... .... .......
Readin, Byet am!
Atllntlc Clty R.R Co...... ....... .
Central R R. Oo. of we Jerey .. .. .....
Raedin, Co .. ....... ....... .. .
Western ir&rylend Ry. Co ........... .
nbeelin iA Lake Erl Ri. Co.......
80UTHEIR DISTRICT
P..CAONlAS REGION

Cbeabpeaket O0io Ri). Co. ....... ........ ..
Noriofl A Wes err, R ......... ................Co
Richmond, freoerlkeaburg a potomac R.R. Co. ............
Vtrglnian Ry. Co ........ .. ... .. ... .. .
&C-13THjaR REGION

Atlantlc GCoat Lne Sytae:
Atlanta a tet I po lh R.R. Co. .. ...... .........
AtSlBete, Blrmtr14ham a OCat R.R Co.
AtIantio 'coat Line R.R Co.. .....................
Charleeton A lectern Carollna Ry. Co ..............
Cll cinfeld R.R. Co .. .... ........ ..
Georgia B.R., Leases OrganizEaton ............ ..
laulBeSlll. A Nah ilv le R.R. Co. ........... ..........
laelVllle, ChRtL&tooga d St Louie Ry. .. .
Western RI of Alabama ........................ ......
Columbua A Greenville Ry. Co ..........................
rlorld'& Zae Coaloes Ry. o. ...... ....... ...... ...
C orgia & Florlda R.R ......... .. .. .............
Gulf, Mobile AI oILhern Syetem:
0UjI. uob1e 1a Northern R.R. Co..................
lea Orleano Qreat horthaer R.R. Co.................
Illiole OCentrl Bystem:
0Cet1al of Georgia Ry. Co. ................ .......
Gul B hip island R.R Co. .........................
IllInnoI Oentr&l R.R. Co.......................
Yasoo A UMissileppi Valley R.R. Co.... ..........


11,564.496
125 2.62
1,804,889
3.748,396
12.159,97
2. 058,51
..1)0,56



575,561

29,220 076
331,393:.45B

1,970,952
30, 5,

5,536,235


$1.546,133
109,196,026
605,4 r
3,706,32e)
10,060,267
2 015 079


7,763,o01

852,192

6,961,692
24.557.751
: 76 71
,720,WM
5912,259
01Z61,890


95,725,859 94,266,878
I, 775,61 59.1466,61
6.30.559 ,7,91
281 ,039


J,263,274
241794
37.26,564

2,862,180
i?.92D.024
1:;33:228
748,700
6,720,794
3.51,652
,63:205

11.547L65
1,. 5 :9,5


92 ,086
2,192,868
29 :5 3:5
1,88,555,
3,995.518
2,501,201
55,001,463
9 81. 148
860,707
6,764







4,910,416
9.907,238


618, 363
16,656, M97

-42073
2,129,706
1,220,700
24,816
288
769,203
25.369

21,256.384
5,8 3, 705

1,094,201

2 ;4,102
I'm


61,080,222
91.654.935
1.401971

io,646,392
,670,036


7,1,469
3,36b,)O02
716.186

18,497, 85
24,2 011, 0

2,002, 02
22,182,692
s 3:t


4,458,981 55.965,115

52.930 6,76.015


371,188
220,926
7,725.oo006
45,746
63:,545


1,8?3,96s

96.936
2.2, ,87

214-.779
136,873

2,051.299

12 19-214


2,995,945
32,270,677

2,670, 70
2,696,473
51,614,4.92
10,51,895

821,056


2,787,410
1,159.932

10,422,516
992.613
57, ;16,838
8,717.258


$1.034,950
66,932,813
4,1 7,4
7, (11,937

2,5930,7

7 173,340
2.172,580






602,166
13,466,206













21,920,206


2,1669.026



622,504
2,913,552
737,853
2.





622.a5S0

2.154,845


7.189,006
663,787
,077,4 92
6,012,228


145,272
2.722,05
'476.999

1,96172,53
109,714
129
1.193,722
93,075

85,72 1 17


1,h00,136
,94h 766
746,230
249.134










477.665


212,103

13,52183
am: 632


2,,57g

32,3565



2.705. 30


69.0S |
72.81
77.79
123.37

K:R



151.50




70
92.?
6190

655


66.96
1. 30






57.2.
111.90







73.12


65.6
65.6

68 h7
?:
33:11


56.69 14.76

52.80 U.51


10.1









67.79
99.87




Z:S


106.26 96.93 12.69
124.24 0 272.17
79.50 13.29
69.758 1.53 331.70

94.21 86.60 146.11
S9:.22 151.8
110.46 101.50 131.7
106.66 .56 201.5p
117.5 97 3731:
44 74.15 2577
70.16 55.71 232.12

90.26 75.70 17.61
9501 7. 171.5
75. 60:9 165.69


I Includes & proportion of usaealgned.
S/ ee &ao Centrl Western r region for tiLe spetam.
3 ee alco BoutAwestern Region for tnse system.









6 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
)3150 BUREAU OF STATIeTlCS

TABLE Ill-S-I'MA.\RI 1 OOPERATrNN REVENUES AND -IPERATING EXPENtSE It1 C LALi 01O EER'VIfE WI H OI'ERATIJn RATIOS, OF INDIVIDAIl
'l.ASS I STEAM RILWA iS. FOR 111E ULAR ENDED DLII'EMBLR 31. 1132 -rotlinued

Railway operating revenues Railwray operat&tg expe seB Operating ration
DAireible ArigneAbid and Aseigred e nd
DiOtrlo, region and railway Tot Algneble A p ger Total apportlond to apportioned to TFrelght sPaseir
otal to :releht d allied Total freight paaenger and Tot eld allied
service errvices service allied gservIce f senlose
SoUTHERN DISTRICT Continued
SOUTHERN REGION Continued
Mississippi Central R. R. Co. .......................... $609,782 1574,860 t34,922 6590,318 415,706 $610,612 96.81 w4l.l 299.56
.orfolx Southern A. RC Oo. .4.188.799 3 ,936905 251. 94 3,819,0l 3.057.905 761,105 91.17 77.67 3.15
Saboari Air Liea Ry. o .......... ................... 307035 5611278 5.129.057 27, 86,1 5 11,553,986 8,132,868 89.09 1. 172.21

BAlou s aa at Bouthern R. o. ............... ..... 14,090,650 3,246 84,051 5, 1 2, 6;7 21198 .61 112.01
Cincinnati. Nw Oreaees & Teas cflo C........... 10,126,102 8,o8021"1 3,1 7,1,85, 573 61 6116 2 ..193 259.85
Oaorgoa Southern A Florida 2y. Co. .................... ..1,876,618 1 0,991236, 89.0 6. 1..88
Mobile Ohil o R.R. Do. ............................ .. 8 5330 7,274 .,5786, 7:056. 19 5.952.519 1,103,678 89-.7 81.83 191.36
New Orleans a ortheastern R. o .............. 1 60,3 1, 4 ,10.1 1 1,8847607 2416: 707 6k5,21 96.26 d9. 7 157. u
6ar61 5n 6y. Do8............. 90 0622 2 37,322 71.20 56.31 330.49
eaout e R a .o ... .................. ....... ...... 1... 969 591,69,2 1 1,2643 60 6,o 1 ,41,170 2, 136.91 7.17 127.
Tenneomae Centreal Do. ..............4..........8.9........ 51,87,25 1,753.18 6, 5O16 1,,155 91:2, 7. 71,97 217.61
STERN DISTRICT
WORRHBESTERNR RG0IODN
Canadien National System: 2/
Dulothl Winncpesg PaaliTo 2R. Co .................. ,91,109 9 751,856 89,2)43 1,062,342 805,61 256,696 126.30 107.15 287.61
eanstan Paoific System: .J
Dluth, outh Sbore Atlantic .............. 1 ............... ,63036 ,3 1, 1,66,205 1, 3 20,2 261,96 9 112.7 91.79 202.0
Minneapolis, Sr. Paul & Bsult Sie. iar l R2. Do.... 22,079,117 18,912,019 3,137,098 19,913,259 1, 4608,64 5.30 06n4 90.19 77.12 169.9
Spokane aIternatone l R. COo .......................... 526,1798 161,6 5.531 578,65 415,119 162:,9 109.79 90.06 218.65
Chicago a North Western eys em:
Choiago & North Pcstern R. Do........................ 72,~,r91 56,596,515 1 60,604,u0 1 ,9 9,2175 19,675.5 8 0 73 12J.78
Onloae Great western R. R. Co ........................ 1,159,0 0 3,735,61 1,6423,75 11 615,29 29,50 89 0 2:2 1 ,02: 052 5:.12 183.01
BChicago., Mlwauke, St. Paul Pacifi R. R. CO ........ N900,833 7B2,037 12038, 796 372078,119 53,9239,6:3 118,831,0 87.90 7.307 16,.5
DOluth, MIseabea A Nornern rla o ..................... 2,:7,93 10 2,306 561 68,31 ,4 81 8 1,055,306 729,012 21.5 175.82 1,6.3
OGreat Norihern fy. Do. ................................. 55,29,2 7,091 6 554 2 ,02 2.16 158.53
Green Say & Wester n U. Co........................... 1,166,217 1.121,362 879 6,57,6 739,28306 2286,13 82.95 65 93 508.
Lake ISupertr Ishpeting R. R. o .................... 79 ,4,625 432,216 12:409 612,765 579,065 93,700 137.42 163.98 271.58
M lnnespolis Al t. Louis n. ....................... 7,8 ,701 7,230,10 624,597 7 ,.14,03 6,199,259 1,244,779 914.77 5.74 199.29
NoriTern PateLtI 29. Do .. ........................... 17,0814,176 40,9,9607,02 6 29,196,12. 12,23,05 8.00 72.26 183.57
Spokane, Portlam d a Seattle I. Do....................... 3,867,58 ,12,017 61,81 3,55,520 2396,70 1,1582,150 73.0 57.-0 168.95
Union PaoifiLo sytsm: /
ODegon-lasbingtoa R.R. Navigatioo Co .............. 13,106,593 10,924,879 2,181,716 11,4' ,00 18,068,907 3,4o1,101 87.59 73.86 156.35
CNTRL WESTERN REGION
saltiuore & Ohio syste: 51/
Alton R.R.. o ....................................... 1,090,370 10,756,468 3,333.902 10,587,960 7,287,734 3,300,226 75.14 67.75 98.99
Bur Lngton Route:
Ohicgo, Burlington A Quao7 R. R. Go ................. 79.3,629 65,1674, 114,o69,05 58, 17,6024 4o607,361 17,910.,20 73,57 62.02 127.,
Clorado & southern 29. Co. ......................... ,1,7 1719.03 732,060 464 1,28,o. :
ort Iorth a DenveI r ctr O Go ...................... ... 003 600,7 5 3,508 880,252 ,671,303 1,6 .7 61. 1 .00 1 .
Denver & Rio Grande Western R. o .................... 17,560,621 15,598,5 1,962.336 12,7105or 9,970,534 2,7 973 72,38 6.92
Denver & Bait Lake 29. o ............................ 1,91Z.46 1,721,2167 191,2:2 979,699 739 696 21,003 51.15 2 z
evada Northernm o. ............................... .. 35 73,78 61,280 326,07 46 182,92 97.51 52. 0 297.
Roa ZIa.lnd Systema
Chicago, Roo Ile ul o .................. ,99. Jl 5 09 2,717,04 1,94,99 768,055 67.99 6
hiag o Island & Pacific Co 5516,7 4 16,299,0 8.30 .91
Sa Diego & Arzsona B, Co. ............................ 360,179 3022,651 57,528 788,782 59, 259 219.00 1793 450.81

SInoludes a proportion of unassigned.
SBo also ew England Region and OGoat Lakes Region for thil system.
8se &le: New England Region for this syste.
Sa &also Ontras BWestern Region for this system.
ee lo OaaCentral Esternm Region for thi s ytes.









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BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE II-S-0MMARY OF OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES BY CLASS OF SERVICE. WITH OPERATING RATIOS. OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS. FOR 1BE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 192 -Conrinued

Railway operating revenues Railway operating ozpaonse Operating nation
-e--- Ammignatl 1hlead an As
Aeignable to passenger pportloned to .parM". to ?e .t Fr"a"r
Distriot, region and railway Total to freight alid Total frnigt ?aue.glr ae t pe aed la a
esir m s/ ennlo.. / srli. U allied arnloe lo rrvlo

WrBTERI DISTRICT Continued
OGiTRAL hWBTRN REOIOI Contlmed
aobtLO Top A e Sr nt 8 e R. o .... ................ .0 6 0 1 3.2, 19 7, 86 1 89,507 76. 65.09 123.5
phanllo & nts Fae Ry. Co. ....................... 5.18 3 6,664,022 5387,.357 1:26.665 77.1 70.09 14.3.
Southern tacifto 'Steal:
Ha.:outer Ban no R A. ..:. 0W.......3 6 o :5.:1:1:2. 3072 1. .96.4 1.5
Souther slo 8 g 8 o. ..............2 .. ........ ... 1, '111 5 13 1,5,9 9, 7 8.076 01
Lo An oltem & Salt Lake B. 00........................ 15,83,060 sr 01,936 2.680,12 10,15,069 6,6,269 3,67, 67.91 .15 1 .O8
LOregon slurt Lrnse R.fR.Co. ...........................97 17,7,9 2,666 13,677,7)1 9,557e ,1,011 67.11 5..
t CnleCa2 3 2,112,62 107,1r 1,550, 335 1,299,795 230,53 6 I.12 59. 213.9
ni.eoo Bort L& Arsnes R. Ro. ................. ... 66i'ii e 55,2752 i, 7 ,510,0l 09 0 16,517.
o a l. u0. L.. e .. R. .. o. ..... ................. ... ..,12 1,:: 7.. 2.161 7 ,lE0 1,720,162 81 15. 83
tern P tnon Rao. R. O n .......... 1:............ 1... 9 4 0 61,135 9,031922 7.311.0 ..7 71.9 ..8
Oers s Porth fLo R R. o .... ..........................3 6
B0irmiTE.,RI REnIOI



&VLon l P i Ith. R t C...... .... .......7:...... 91 1,0 1 6,7 1 5 1 9 0:
trlaoe tlrouths Glrni R. Co. o........................ ?1,7.155 ?,0,6 I.16, 1 7 21 81 172 70.90 672 201.696
esniacs if A Iranas H0. Co............................. 013 058,8 210,91 262160 2392, 3 o. 31 3. 7.01 7
rt Wort Aort Baltha R C ........... ...... ........ ...52,9' 1 2:0 3' 5 6 5 4,25 66399 26 76.: 2.1
Lan~se^;"*';?^ ^4.*::*:::::....5 711,570: ; 2l3;99 ;:l6 ,l;6 453555,2 70.9.9
iet. Loul -.S Frrancso RGy. ....................... 37 ,6 1"7 3 53
lliourl-laau-Teu I. T I O ................... ....... 50,139 0,9 55 62,36. s,6,0 5 7,7 ,122,291 605.501 13.819
Tiis-kanat aIort e. ath R. No ..o........ ...... .... 15,7228 1.0771 2066176 79,7 5164,302 3,006 1092.32 56 1.7 L7.17
Bass Oklahou s &Ouf m Ry. eo. ................ .. 1, 1. 0217 1,727,177 153,10 6,1,667 720,1 929 699 57.90 o 71
I nl.ioam Aru elf 18. Rt O.............................. 69,9205 61,'001,4 28910,'86 55789356216 3 73 92 31 2163 85 76.53 1.98



.orl al anA R. y. ........07 70 963079 367 4.3 6 216.67
t LOrlaUB. i e & M el o fly. Co.: ... 14,256.. ;' i 504o 2,993,11 1,R62 20 1,0303 01 62.87 6.11 526 .8.
SLoulluan kansis A Texas R' H. Co...................... ,5 7g52,0 123,8 62055 539,927 273 .60 221.4039
.drJ s Valuley R.n R. G ........... ........ ....... 1.1.3, 177,30:59 3.9 ,579 l,69.;0 10617:09 2 53.0021 12.7

ea o orao SB rka F Ry s o.................. .... 675, 13,43703 1,37.3 11,3 6,7 49,511 2,76,617 77.1 65.6 200.
tou. -ern ,asll-l R.ts R. E :. o Team .............. .. 0,72 7 ,1 : ,1 2 ":
Belu0ourl ata i Sou ern trn Ry. u. ...................... 190, 27 177 13 11,0 112 667 31431,0 1.
0,.& 611 8'5;8 I 8 R-. 0o9 5,815,99 1 :1'972 8 .39


81. Los Bonslil le a hXa ...l y. Co. o .3................1 1873,7 8 62.1 1
San s ,u R. R 95 5-a 'a g2::; 5 a 123, :6 O 725.285 I *732 3 2.7 216 665', 60



......... lAoludee a proportion of un.a5l e:d.
Texas t Pacific Ry. 0... southernn P,17,3l0.19 3 t. e e p L7ne.
National Rye. of Maloe: 653.133 62o 948 3LI 15 630 015 515 12 11442 96.46 S3.03 3'
Tezass Mexican Ry. 00. .................. .. ... G53,133 62074 .2 85 ::0:.,5 110 036 9671 :' 83.0
f)klah;oa Oily-Ads-ito a y. C0o ............ .... 375,079 353,o71 2 ,oo5 282,50 221,15936 6 361 T5,32 62.63 "
9&n&r re a N 1or.tete a n Region for t6Ile 2.1m.
,Jl ', Colorado Bnt. re By. 00 .................... 14,675.1L6 13.437.803 1.237.345
outrn Peio 8ys een: trl a r51 6,,gon 1or hi 1 5,yi.1,
8. Lou ou r R. Co. or Te .............. r1on for y .27,,28.09
Texams a Ew Orlann R. R ................ 0 ,27177 72-07 11:.7O259.60
Atobitt Falls & Southern R. R. CIo ..................... 603..76 590,0.1. 12.890 9473
I loudes a proportion of' u.aostned,
sos as 6o.thweestern Region fo" this sys em.
T:Isudes Bouuthern P tolfio Steamship Lines.
Bso -,eo sortthese ern Region for tbhs system.
B &Ia 1o Oontrsl Kset nra Regton Eor ,hls system.
alBee eJo Central Wesertn Region for thLs system.


AL











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BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE IV-S-iMM.IRl OF SELECTED OPERATING STATISTICS RELATING TO FRLUGBI AND PASSFNGER SERVICES OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STE.\M RAILWAYS, FOR THE .1YAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1i3d

1 I I


District, region and r&llway


Eastern district .......................... .......
es England region ...... ................. .....
Great Lakes region ............. ..............
Central Eastern region ....................
So teb rn distri t ..............................
Poaebontas region ............................
Southern region............................
western ditriot ................................
Nort-beptern region ............................
Central eastern region .........................
Boutheastern region ................ ..........
All distri ete .................... .. .....
EASTERN DISTRICT
NEW EiOGLAND REGION
Bangor Aroostoo R R. .o. ......................
Boston Maine R. ... ...........................
Canadian National System I/
Canadian National Linaes n Nw England .........
Central Vermont Ry.. Ino ....................
Canadian Paciflo Syste: m /
Canadian PaoLti Lines n Maine .................
Canadian Paclflo Lines In Vermont ..............
Maine Central R. R. Cc. ...........................
New Haven System: I/
Bew York, Oes Baven A Harrtord R. R. o.........
Gee Tork Conneoting R. g o. .... .............
Rutland R. R. Co. ...... .......... ......... ...
GREAT LAKEB RE01Ol
Caibria & Indiana R. R. Go. .....................
Canadian BaTlonal Bystem: /
Grand Trunk Weetern R. R. Co. ...................
Delaware a Hudson R. R. Corporation ...............
DelawrsJe, Lackawrnama & eetern R. R. Co. ..........
DetroLt & Mackinan Ry. Co. .......................
Detroit A Toledo Shore Line R. R. Oo .............
Erie Byatem:
Chicago & Erie R. R. Co. ........................
Erie R. R. COo ..................................
gew Jersey A New Tor R. R. Co. .................
ew TYork, SBuquehmnna a Western R. R. Go. .......
Lehlgh HRudaon River Ry. Do. .....................
Lehigh A New England R. R. Co. ....................
Lehigh Valley R. R. Co. ...........................
Monongahela y. Co. ...............................
Hontour R. R. Co. .................................
New Raven Sgytem: 5/
NeW Tork, Ontario A Western Ry. Co. ............
Neow ork Central Lines:
Nw Tork Central R. R. C ......................
Pitteburgh & Lake Erie R. R. Do. ................
Bge York, Ohisago a St. Louil R. R. Do...........
Pera Marquette Ry. Co. .........................
Pittsburg A Bhawmut R. R. Co ......................
Pittsburg & Wealt Virginia Ry. Co. ...............
Pittsburg, Shawmut A Nortbern R. R. o. ...........
Ulster a Delaware R. R. Co. ..........................
Wabash System:
Ann Arbor R. R. ............................
Wabash Ry. Co..................................


Frei-bt,
Lnoluding
a proportion
of miaed


Traln-alles


- J ---


Passenger,
Including
a proportion
of mixed


rreigt loanea,
inoludtng
freight train, mixed
train and exclusive
i- l ..e. .


I workr eq pen
of mied ofmixe


1 i 717 401


.. I.... 9. .r !.* ; -- i --


67,715,565
59,9f1.211
1


iLn oM ink


71,3714,905
84,956,993
TI 015 ike


61,J56:61e


305,018,621
2,095, '1,97
1.735,90Z,762
. r 1- a"


.nd.,eee u
I o~u~.~ I rlr~rr i";;


1,37.8,3 .694


Oar-i.es in transportation service


Trelgnt empty,
Inoluding
freight train, mLxed
train and
caboose
2-829.52.123
1 433:65 ,'69
1:223,01;,610
q i.h" oal -


--- --- -- ---- -i


L


Pasenger traTin,
including
passenger
and mixed
train


.t &-.1 16, =*-
a 4 021~t4& Z41 .4- i-,.'*r- 6655blj 1,11(71C


l", 116,6b
581,726,029
541,944,440
l I8 '4


62,12, 455
388,192,199


Ton-mlles
of
revenue
freight


4- 4-


Ol al7 'no him


Revenue
paseanger-
miles


in if UC L e.


45.81126. 210 16 3,77 ,. 7
Rl.lfl67AS iT 1-.81.17T4.4167


26,258,'85,151
28,218,231,216


1,618,889,091


I 71. F77 761 16a .g83 .9 11.254 1 4b9.I3W9 A c1.n O .aa I 1.-0I.C-. I iUqu I 9.L.i2U.e U).0


52,310,354
80,541,279
.C oil Ic,


l,30,165,TI1
2,0P7,989,810
.Q0 nr7 4IQ


6i970032,78
96.085,615


315.599,1 7 ,6O3,),3 1,35, ,5
559,865,2 37, 353,18,5Q 2 B0708,66
220.762 18. 95.188.398 791.565.31


391,054,940 421,738,076 10,396.839,175 7,11,258,265 2.798.741,425 233,977,008,859 16,971,044,205


667,686
3,098,480
21, 3&5


671,7142
183,059
1,177,435
3,992,269
92,418
479,641


40,824
2,180,252
2,454,115
3.:864.638
94,956
179,188
1,037.859
6:511:281

217,032

359.373
,160 762
196.y32

130.98
1,243,103
28.612,217
626,227
5.137,7455
3,419,568

5 ,2,331
1 V14


498,137
7,794,001
211,132
847,750

299,023
277,158
1,455,456
9,243,217
5.318
995,014




1,6111,562
1,786,844
5,72.2,912
228,530






50.7Z4









1.759:842
66 7
1,92,028



hS:338


738,022




1,799 aw





,199,7s
4, 206,2A


12,e'g;,50
98:,5,1, W,
20,911,141
182,267,579

7.315.757


122,4o,863














3,51,061
9,104,663


1,055.051
50,929,137
121,850,829
1,698,582
1,75,.515
46,29 099
254.312,360
131,515
1,828,57b

6,99,Mi


1,621,59r
26,808,326
918,627,n1
25,9,1l2
152,269,887
75.121.943
1,362,98
3,851,066

19,623
13,048,008
173,619,331


9.713,971
50,875,113
2,185,150
9,189.299

,989,73
1,920,178
14,173,527
72.643,570
2,14 ,354
6,047,818


1,043,703
35.811,991

1,318,777
3,963.432
35,786,461
170,018,100
1116,626
1,395,815
4,.79,803
72:371 :
76,;18;,4

1,231,537
21,546,525
641,4 13,066
20,025,617
104,667,206
56.599.513
1:0:6,820
3,139,281

1,888,90
23,9401


2,287,518
42,207,709
1,108,184
5.032,949

2,1i6,620
7,522,219
60,834,054
-6711,114




9,63 ,676

780,892


5.666.85
48.62o,864
1,785:127
1,833,891
232,528
35,880
28,703,993
139,372


7,308,826



10.787,557
10,. 1,079

090

19,8

25.788,206


I I I I 1 .I _


I Be also Great Lakes Region and Northwestern Region for this system.
See also Northwestern Region for this system.
3/ See also Great Lakes Region for thin system.


240,968.177
1,812,073,717
60,164,490
339,296,894

143, 13,590
58,024,231
494.381.367
2,118,265.714
167,037.576


61,281,896
1,025,89,684

33,776,000
191,461.359
1,039,943,734







,81724,4772

823),712,930
19,776,624,043

2.824,682,000
1,839,216,759
69,966,119
10,.028,000
1 '19000


289 19,.57
3,003,596,501


5,770,9
349.890.245
3,98,52





1,034,475,178
15,263,286




29,970,0.3
U6 7,1212
459,745,665
1,010,000




36,386,332

177,978
131.338
117,893,000
303,793


26,749,759
2,276,74. 11,358
3824.6,126
,305 ,646
32%,82,098

8 ,9


1,2'71,265
116,203,246


SSee also Nw England Region and Northwestern Region for this system,
oBe also New England Region for thit sl tem.
Report for month of January; property soqulirei by lew York Oentral R. R. Co.


51,87,55
75.6.8% 9'n


~-I--~---- *


I


r


--~~"V=~ rLe srJ


929,709,097


6L:3:,602,










wa


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE IV-BUMMARY OF SELECTED OPERATING STATISTICS RELATING TO FREI RT AND PASSENGER SERVICES OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS 1 STEAM RAILWAYS. FOR 'TE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 3L, 1932 -Continued


TraLn-.les Oar-miles in transportation service
Tono-alaes y
Distrilot, region and ralwaly Preight Paenge ight-loS, flgnll -emt, Pa nger tt Prain,- o f
Inlu.ne inolut including including including remnuma P'E5UL2-
opro n rlo profreight train mIxed freight train, mieed passenger freight
Lzedtrain and oui train and and mixed
ofwork equipment caboose train
EABTERI DISTRICT Continued
CENTRAL EASTERN REGION
Akron, Canton A Tounaton y. Co. .................. .252.90 11.707 3,256,064 1,893.87) 206.980 76.83.835 19,000
Baltimore & Ohio R. R. o. ..................... 14,812,53 164,741,014 405,662,071 29L1,606,6 97,6 18)6 10,736,739,16 118,8n
Blaten eIland Rapid Trantst Ry. Co............... 277 1,307,791 13,i809 70,15 2,583,68 1795 90 ,Ta
Beseomer a Lak Erise R. Co..................... 269,6 16',7804 8.399,363 5,980,687 337.201 405;9:96, 69
Chlcsgo A Eastern Illinois Ry. Co. ................ 1,960,66 1.978,119 3 .966 26,21,7 11, 1,039 9368 60
ObCiogo, Indianapolis A Loulsilie By. Oo......... l,7i52, 1,09l,856 25,066,121 178)6539 6 6187s,4155 ,25 ,4'
Detroit, Toledo A Ironton R. R. Co................ 76, 114,914 10,493,698 8674,81u3 255,7 291,203,741 157,717
Elgi, llt A Eastern o. .............. 69,033 17,3,7 13, 3 06,03,357
11ninois Termlial Oo. ............................. 63,659 3,055,71 7,9,9 ,63,100 3, 99179 ,O8,0
Meeouri Psifioa System: 2/
Misesurl-Illinois R. R. Oo ..................... 129,746 99,964 1,287,912 953,816 204,400 40,745,089 223,7411
Ponneylvanta Bystem:
Long Isle R. Co. .............................. 39,503 07,7,298 4,223:,112 4.1. 1 4 5,776,809 7113,611,4 1,1a,60 3,081
Petnnsylvnil R. R. Co. ........................... 29.476,371 4J,66 2926 978,237,76d 657,754.416 327,513,427 25,22 :172, 2,187,;250;33
Reading SBytem:
Atlantio City R. o.......................... 179,069 933.30 1,061,096 809.733 4,230,7 3.518,949 10i3,4 ,(79
Central R. R. Co. of Now er ................. 17 86 37,185 ,119,01 19,131,60 1,18,585,7 2 36
Reading Co. ...................... i......... 5,116,3 121 2 29 4 61,
Western Maryland Ry. Co. .......................... 1,212
Wheeling & Lake Erie Ry. Co. ...................... 1,134)711 188,539 21,555,482 15.6,873 93 785, 1,389,7
SOUTHERN DISTRICT
POCAHONTAS REGION
Chesapeake A Ohio Ry. Co.......................... 8.923,663 5.019,719 ,9246? 1,5 679 28,152,773 15,57,338,642 97,378,9
Norfolk AWestern Ry. ao.............................6,228,398 3,812,3 3 2 1,960,539 161,888,3 21 900,500 8,593,675,127 59,622,118
Ricohnand, Fredericksburg & Potaman R. R. Co. ...... 541576 1,150,557 15,868, 12 12169,201 10,17326 268,13,2 51,27795
Tirginian Ry. Co. ................................. 1,002242 575,831 33,074,834 29,208,823 1,893,856 1,82.287,34 651,6
SOUTHERN REGION
Atlantic Co0ast Line System:
Atlanta & West Point N. R. Co.................. 163,621 253.82 ,129,537 1 9,56 1,922,16 49,7,6
Atlanta, Birmigham A O t R. Co. ....... 697.6,5 11,13,2a41 7,62,012 2,52,651 178,0 7 ,6,
Atlant Coast Lines R. ............... 6,262998 6,, 32127 122,083,536 83,1 L,836 5088,911 1,679,87,15
Oharllstonl I .Wlterm Carolin Ry. C. ............ .... 670 10'437 5.33 ~,llI ;3,17 2,B1 1 L5,59,15
Cllnohfleld R. R. ...........6,91 202,61 15,76,91 1, 556,317 762,069 505,638,1 .8,512
2Cli.9n1g6 189.98,0009,225o,26W:
Georgia R. R., Leossee Organiration .............. 631,010 28,5611 11,685,813 6 5 O ,10 916 189, ,0
Louisville A Nashville R. R. Co ... .......... 10,1:7,31 9,706,935 23:79; 16162:096 59,97800 6, 97,1,1 20,
Nashville, Chattanooga A St. Louis fLy....... .AL 21.. 2,081,098 1,7,0 uIdlblr 27,677,010 10 903,657 710,L9,':6' 38,180,163
.tern y. of Alabazai .........:.................. 208,88 ? 1 ,163,555 1905,25 2048765 57, 7,110 9,37,23
Colubrts A& reenville Ry. Co. ..................... 192,101 161,814 1,733,272 1,122,979 51,13 41.073,531 2,7,79740
lorda ast Coast Ry. ...................... 670,273 946,131 1",047,99 11 606,089 11,137I 203,99, 5262,11
Georgia A Plrida R. R. ............................ 2818 222,836 ,32 615 1,90781 600,71 4972,1 1, 74
0ulf Mobile A Northern System:
Ouif obile A Northern R. R. Co ............... 646,091 656,189 14,232,624 8,053,983 2,016,843 298,698,26 9,790,17
New 6rleane Great Northern R. R. Co.............. 203,390 282,469 4627,332 2,899,092 746,59 118,322,118 8,412,536
Illinols Central yestem:
CentrTl of Georgia Ry. Co. ...................... 2,20, 47 2,513,594 7,473,033 24290,038 15,133,606 810,668,287 3,1 4 27
Gulf a htip island R. R. Co. .................... 166, 51 250166 2, 4,759 1,527,994 1,177,657 56,79, ?7 ,3.9
Illinols Central R. R. Co....................... 12,,9,6 10,395,146 305 21,6212 227,035,285 68,558,309 7,E26,235,112 180 ,56
Ya.oo A Isalesippl Valley R. Co. ............ 1,761,65 2,303,764 33,717,15 23,188,929 10,707,313 716,472,861 39,901,804

SBee also Central Western Region for this system.
Bee also Southeestern Region for this system.












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TABLE IV-SUMMARY OF SELECTED OPERATOR STAllTISICS RELATING TO FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES OF INJDIVIDUAL
CLAbS I TEAM RAILWAYS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 19321 -Coti.ued


Distrioi region and railway


BOUTrHER DIBTRIC' Continued
SOUTHERN REGION C ntnlued
MissiSsippi Central I. N. o. ......................
Norfol Southern R. R. Co..........................
Seaboard ii Line Ry. Co. ........................
Southern System:
Alabama Great Bouthern R. R. ..................
Oanoinnati, Ree Orleans & TenIs Pacific Ry. Go. ...
Georgia Southerr & lorida Ry. o. ................
Mobile & Ohio R. R. o..........................
oee Orle an1s lortbsatern R. R. o............
Northern Alnbama Ry. C n ........................
Southern Ry. o. .................................
Tennesee Central Ry. o. ... ........................
WEBTERN DISTRICT
NORTHWEBIERJI REOIOH
Canadian National Bystem: /
Duluth, Winnipeg Pacllc Ry. O ................
Canadlan Paolflo System:
Duluth, Soutb Shore A Ilantio R. o. ............
Minneapolli, 8t. Paul & Sault Ste. Maris Ry. Co. ..
Spokeme Internatloaal RI. o. .....................
Chioago & North Westera System:
Ohicago &A north estefrn Ry. o. ..................
Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis &a aha Ry. Oo ...
hiloago Great Wastern R. R. Go. .....................
hioago. Milwaukee, Bt. Paul & Paoiflo R. R. o. ....
Duluh., Mleahbe & Northern Ry. Go. .................
Great northern Ry. o. ..............................
Green Bay Westaarn R. R. Go. .......................
Lake Superlor a lahpeming R. R. Oo .................
Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R. Oo ...................
Northern Paolflo Ry. Co ............................
Spokane. Portland BSealttle R. Oo. ..............
Union Pacific System: 3/
Oregon-Waskhington R. R. A lavigation Go. ..........
CENTRAL WITERN RE(OON
BUtlaore Ohio Systa: y/
Alton R. R. o ..................................
Burlington Route:
Ghtoago. Burlington A Quincy R. R. o. .............
Colorado & Southebrn Ry. o.......................
Port worth & Dnver Gty Ry. Co. .................
Danver A Rio Grande Westarn R. R. on...............
Dsnver Salt Lara Ry. Co .........
Nevada Northern Ry. o ............... ........
Rook ITland Bystesa
hiosgo, Rook Island A Gulf Ry. Go...............
Ohlolgo, Rook Island A Paolfic Ry. Go.............
Ba Diego A Ariaona Ry. go. ........................


I TraLn-ntlee


Freight,
including
a proportion


Psseenger.
inoludlinr
a proport ion


Treight -
Inolud
freight tra.
train and ei


ar.-mlles In transportation service
loae, Freght empty, Passnger train,
dlrg inoludlng inoludtin
In, mixed reilgbt train mixed passnger
xolulive train and ad Isnad
Scaboose r-n .


Ton-miles
or
revenue
freight


a Za o m xe Nor. agu omn9 aos ri


126."S4
36. 165
5, 49 ,3







45;,1118
1, 42419









42. 3
3,79.51
4.02.271
140,939

10,629, 9








66.3?7
1,695,196



2,215,9685
11,o)1,s6e






11 297,07
756,02


110 140

5,80,00

723,238
1,130I.,852


1,F7859

13,0314.995








108,171
154.800




11.060,690
5681,4192
11,M41,906
286,551
7.75 ,820



6. 9'6.812
739.600
1,859,272



2,274,126
14.657.662
851.7
1.998,1:72
170,002
121,600

725,704
1 .277,259
58,272


15,191,9
1,627,675
113. 95,004

5.025.274
8,o03 ,119
6,673.190
38.655 13










,o60,Wo
1,111,171
a ,265, 722
218,165.769
47,392,202
72 5 6

4,216,078



28:782:508
1,.37,10
15, 1438. 1404
38,116,836



45.823,917
301,036,625
16,:36933
18 50o, 40
6470 8,843




330,591


1 ,0o 062




5,196 .0.
22,292,953
5.876 793

3:1Q. 978





1,633,150
2,982, 524
19124,5372
1,042,205

166,667,895
3951,.,961
229,0.9,256





87 9 86
8,06 ,g07

19,311,537



39,394,961
217.339,604


11,27)9.,76
12:09, 19.
)9.g7.



12.e72.76t
180,115,202
253,375


2.691,788
27824,5





719,699
1,802,157,66
37,8306.73





















71,72,987
2 ,41,226

















0 ,05 871
7?86,59



















4,289,99






1,502,157
1201495255





7 ?; ;87
,6 ,









261,117
,37,2710


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See alSo New England Region sad OGent Lakes Region for this system.
fee also IRe Englsad Region for this system.
See also Oentral Wsstemr Retgon for this system.
lee also Central Eastern Region for this system.


Revenue
p&ssengsr-
m11ss


.716,748 1,13 ,676
1795,2 5io4 56 122,807.911

1 9 22,90526















,113,578.,03 27,859,154
110,025,215 9,80,M08








769,975,696 8 15,01861













,01,55,0822 15.891,317
91,4981,13 19,329,7
















96 16,79 1070,609076
312,97119 9.717.
4,11.78,03 527.899,40
976.101,5 5 6;,951.415



81.710.1 528,18
1,077,6W. 31.329




752,390,078 48,852,54



946,926,686 86,960,7p
6,297.638,946 347.833.55
350.16,843 13.215,00




296.,530791 10,702,090
612,970 71770


F 11a X!XOmm mq


I I


of mixed of a d















ll' ": .iii




















.I
i i
d'








i =
.rili


ta
33190


Train-miles Car-males in transportation servio
Ton-lles
District, region and railway FrelKbg Passe.ger, -loady, r eae tniac, nu reoeani
P Log IO! ud Los including 1. L'oluding royemb Poaoqogs
nldng 0h a proporton ts train wixe freight train mired pangr freight mles
a proportion a proortion train and exclusl.e train end end aie
of wised of ied work ecauipmentr. ao sa rain
NSTEtRN DISTRICT Continued
CENTRAL WESTERN REGION Continued
Banta re System: /
Itohlson, Topekae & Sant Fe RyIt. Co............... 14.20eo,5s1 16,039,112 386,9o6,O07 255,433,663 124,833,785 7,0.743.9 I66
PanhBndleii B atn a R7 Do ....................... 1:62167 1,208,594 41,175.749 35 1 5369757r,5. 16,013;5
Southern Pacific Systems /
Northwestern Paoiflo R.. ... o..... 3,62 1,196,210 3, 84 2,29 ,296 3 6 0 6.5 090 85, .222
BouLern Pao i Co. j......................... 12,352,250 15,371,107 36, 2', 173 248.6 l5 6394- 7 6,159 50 949 51
Toledo, Peoria ster R. ............... 3....70,035 5.40 4,716,627 2,677,751 073;521 107f,;i 1P,*86
Union Pacific Bystem: I/
Los Angeles A SLi Lke R. R. 0 o. .................. ... .759775 iS ig 0791 228 iS2 l.l062 2,: a
Oregon Short Line R. B. o. ....................... ,2,3,715 2,620 6s51 6 1 7072 6 1 t, 5
St. Joseph & Grand eIland Ry. 0o ............. 03,75 3 02 1132668 7 158 79869 1 0
Union Paiflo R. B. o ..................9, 5 7.933873 322,835,70 1 8 7 5,070.77028 51 .95
Dah Ry. Co. ......................................... 95 09 2,17 2 1, 682 9 ,.211, 1
Western Pactifi R. R. Co. ........................... 1,768,781 1,017,592 58,137,333 31.M 418 7,423,831 1,01 O 818,753 19,031,624
SOTT8TWSTEiR RECTOR
Burllngton-ook Island R. Co. .................... 225,470 4I 4.5588,961 3 ,60 066,5 000
ort Smith Western Ry ........................ o...............3,0 2,12.4,70. .1366, S A, 3847;193 '456
Prison Linea:
Fort Worth & Rio Drinde R. Do. o.................... 16,611 168,736 1,668,274 1,478,038 660,587 18,316,29 779,
St. Loule-San Fraiileco Ry. Co. ......................... 6,913166 5.8,019 146,63563 10,707,2 3],21.001 2,92,593,5 121.707,0
St. Loula, San Francisco & Texas Ry. Co. .......... 22038 171,093 2.982,795 3,09W4 0 324,901 57,79 ,96 533,19
Xaneaa City southern System:
Kanem City outhebarn Ry. o. ........................ 1.313,764 733,227 30 21, 3,7 4,685,16k 762 2., "75 l.9ZO7 "78
Tezark"a. A Fort Swith Ry. Co. .................... 105,196 o083 526,86 ,97,7 3
laneas, Oklahoma & DGulf Ry. Co. .................... 352,71 5 12e407 7,182,875 5,207,13 1 168,g03,21 141,59
Loullsana A Arkaness Ry.. o. ......... 670,047 3,585 11,698,14 8,6 ,250 1,7 885 27,3393,453 5.78
Loullsina, lrkansas i Texas Ry. Co.................. 19k,882 13,411 2,155,2 1,1115,700 283,71 4412, 75 75,99
Midland aliy R. R. Co ............................ ,818 131,129 7 2909,10. 1141 90,519.155 015
uissouri & If-rth Arkamnsas R. Co. .... ................. 270,559 199,127 3,21,015 2,253,009 4,350 70,539,180 476,
ilIneourl-emana-Texas Lines:
Wlsaourl-Xaoss&-Te.xa R. R. Co. ................... E 38P9,140 ,368,6 67,470,980 48,S05,36 15,649,0 1,47, 120, g9,ig254
Ulesourl-lanas-T as R. R. Co. of Texa .......... 152 3,495 2,271,065 31,602,900 21,397,60 15,279,0 560,799,000 '7,315,
Miseourl Pacitfio S taeay:
Baeumont, Bmur Lake 8 eIoternm y o. ............... 201,8Ol ,260 5,801,31 4, 81,764 1,15,269 105,872,0
Itoernational-Oremt Northern R. R. Do. ............... 6 1,6 ,859 b,4l,10 26,92,160 1,06 9 593,1100 ,
Miesourl Pacifno R. R. 1 1 ,4 8 9,2D,801 309,091995 2135 60,68,28 9,855,08,71 1
See Orleane, Teass & Mexloo Ry. o. .............. 2S 241,024 4,6,771 3,982 1,E3,57E 10,92, ,
BL. Louis, Brownaville & iextoo Ri. Oo. ........... 7.A 661,915 16 06,503 182952319 4 1 : 1, 5 10,
San Antonio Ualde & ulf R. R. ... Co. ...5 39,120 2,802,747 8,108, 1, 1070 139 390,13
Texas Pac lfic Ri. Co. ............... ...,.. 21955,. 2,823,015 77;193603 5442945 50794 13275
National RyeI. of Mezlao:
Tezal Mexican ryl Co ..... ... ............... 181,651 25.281 1,265, 47 213,67 250.050 291,433 20,73
Oklah Oity-Adatok R c. .Oo...................... 109,396 81,800 751,285 29,121 89,56 15,851,059 167,005
Santa e systems: 5
Gult, Colorado & Banta Fe Ry. Oo. ........... ..... 2,173,847 1,808,042 54,699,749 34,960,212 9,043,928 1,306,948,878 30,966,847
Southern Paolfic Byslte:
St. Louts Southwestern Oo ...................... 1,23,491 56816 39,18,5 2 I,22,182 3,687 ,5 44 ;16
St. Louis. outh.western b. Co. of T ...........19,2 610, 069 1 2,6,297 247,353,
WTeaF Fl Orleoh eR. Ot o.................. ....... 5.5 12,4. 4,85<,040 113,L26,73 72,495,666 2.098 0,020m572r311 15
lot all & Bouthrn R. o ....... ....... 17,5,921 92,000 738,000 150,764 55113000
I/ See alsO southwestern Region for this stem.
lInludes Southern ParioLf Steamehip Lines.
See also Northbwetern Region for this system.
See also Central Eastern Region for this system.
See also Central Western Region for thiB system.


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TABLE IV-SUMMARY UF SELECTED OPER.\ITNG brTTIiICS RELATING 10 FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STE.M R.\ILEA'YS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1032-C-otinued


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TABLE V-UNIT RE. ENF.S UNIT COSTS, AND RELI.ATFD .\\ Ir.RGES. SB ii ollRICT AND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CLLAb' I .I EAM RAILWAYS OR -y. I tl fI.% R T71L YEARS I'3? 192''/

Freight revenue Freight revenue Freight revenue Per oent nonrevenue
Dietrrct, relG.on an- railway per per per of total
freight gross tor-mile ?/ loaded car-mile j/ revenue net ton-mile net ton-allem
19 1_932 1930 1 1929 i1928 ) 193 1 l.1930 I1 929 I 198 192 191 1930 1929 1928 1932 1 931 1930 192) 192 B
-(lia Ients) I Uenta- (Per cent)
Eastern diartlll .................... 39i .3 .2 | !26.1 4..1 .4 4.. o 06 1 .06 1.0 1. 1.9 10 7.6 7.2 7.1 6.9 6.7
rEnla re n. ............................. 9 5 9.9 `.. 6.1 9 7?. i .l 57 1.72 1.75 1.41 I 1. .. 1.7 .9 6 .
at L region.................. ......... .66 .76 J.?9 4.27 1..27 2 2 .6 50 1.0O 1 3. 5 1.05 1.11 1.11 .L 7.8 7.. 7.6 7.4
Central raeterk region ....................... .06 .21 52 21.4 2.5 0.I 30.3 30.2 1.01 1.02 1. I 1.02 102 6.9 6
Southern dilrlct ................................. .49 1 7 .62 ,.76 3. 21. 214. 2U.9 : 25.1 25.1 ." .5 -! .9 I .90 .91 7.9 8.2 8.0 8.0 7.8
Pocaboniae region ................................ .1 I .J 26.6 .0 2 6 .4 4 3 4 T .
SouetheTrn region ................................. J.7 .80 3.89 .0 05 22.4 123.3 2?.0 2 1. 24.6 1.09 1.10 1.08 1.09 1.08 11.4 11.2 10.8 10.5 9.9
Western district ..................................... .58 3.79 3.97 4 .13 4.16 21.9 2.3 24.4 24.9 2 .8 1.1 1. 1.15 1.16 1.1 11.5 10.4 10.9 11.1 11.2
Nort.n esterr9 region ............................. 56 3. U.l) .2, 4,.?2 ?2.9 2j.8 2 1 .0 3 2. 5.1 1.1 1..~ 1. 12 1 11.,- 11. 11.3
Central eetn reor ......................... 3.9 75 3.90 4.04 4.02 21.? 3.0 2.8 2.5 .1 1.15 1.15 1.1 1.19 1.19 11.2 10.5 11. 11.8 12.0
Southwesterr region ............................. 3.55 3.72 3.91 1.17 '.29 21.9 23).4 21.5 25.) 25.6 1.15 1.13 1.11 1.19 1.20 10.1 7.9 8.9 9.5 9.4
All distrltoe .............................. 3.72 3.87 4.05 4.22 4.23 23.6! 24.6 25. 26.1 26.3 1.05 1.05 1.06 1.08 1.08 9.1 8.6 8.7 8.7 0.6
Alton R. R. Co. .................................. ).4 3.53 3.61 i 3.70 3.70 22.7 22.9 I 23.1 22.7 22.5 1.10 1.00 1.02 ,1.3 .1.00 4.6 4.2 5.8 6.2 6.0
Atbileon, Topeka Santa Fe Ry. Oo.
(Inrluding Panha dle A Santa Fe Ry. Co.) ........ .57 5.8 11 .96 1.10 4.13 22.1 23.8 24.1 24.9 24.7 1.21 1 .19 1.26 1.28 1.29 9.0 8.8 11.4 10.9 11.6
am. n .2 .12 6
atlantim Coar t LOio R. R. Co. ..................... 4.37 I.15 .19 4.5B 1 4.56 21.6 24.8 25.1 25.4 25.6 1.71 1.67 1.62 1.62 1.57 21.5 19.9 20.4 19.1 18.1
altore Ohio R. Co. ....................1 2 2 29.0 287 .99 .9 1.00 .9 6.7 2 6.4 6 6.1
Beesmer a Lake Er R. o5.07 4.73 4.61 4.62 .54 43.6 0.0 3: 6 36.5 .76 .73 72 1.7 1. 12 1.7 2
BoBonD .Maine R. .............................. 5.68 5. 6.0 6.0 5 30.3 309 32.1 32.6 1.6 1.67 1.70 1.7 .6 3.7 5.2 4.9 .9
Central of Georgia H. Co. ........................ 3:59 .91 :4.17 .37 4. .2 21.4 22.8 23.0 23.4 1.13 1.19 1.2 1.20 1.e 11.6 12.5 11.5 11.1 9.9
Ctral R. Co. c w Jersey ..................4 6 7.7 75 45 47.7 49.1 14 1 5 15 19 1. 4. 3 37 .6 35
Cbheaeap e Ohio & Co. B 6 ..................... 3.0 3.03 3.09 3.17 3.16 26.0 25.6 25. 25.9 25.8 5 1 .2 .62 4.3 4.3 41
Ceago & Eaern llno Ry. Co. ................ 3.83 ).67 3.77 3.95 .86 24.7 232 23. 2.9 23.9 .93 90 .1 7 5 4.
Ch o & o tern Ili: 1 D62..................... .. 9
Chicago a Worton eetern Ry. Co ................ .6 3.88 .05 .18 4.21 21.7 2.2 2b.6 5.3 25.1 1.31 1.29 1.2 1.26 1.27 15 15.9 16.2 1.4 15.6
ncago, Burligton ny R. Co. 3.80 3.7 21.2 .5 22.9 22.7 22.3 1.00 I 99 .9 .99 .9 1. 1.2 13.6 1.6 15.
Caoago Grealt eastern R. R. Do. .................... 3.02 3.11 .5 .2 3.34 1. 19.1 19.0 1. 192 .94 .90 .93 .92 .95 6.8 5.5 5.6 5.8 5.6
Chicago, Indianapolle A LoulevlIle By. Co. ........ 3.43 3.95 .22 4123 4.28 25.1 26.6 28.7 I 2s 28.8 .93 I .92 95 .94 .9 5.2 4.7 4.8 .6 .6
Chicago, ililsaukee, St. Paul & Pacific R.R. Co. 2l. 3.40 3.49 3.68 3.79 3.53 21.6 21.7 22.7 22.9 22.8 1.03 1.03 1.06 1.05 1.04 15.5 14.0 14.3 13.8 12.1
Chicago, Rock Island & Paolcfi Ry. Co.
CInage ocSI. Pald.6 R.no Ile A Hy.
oago, St. Paul, nnapol A Oaha Ry. Co. .... .26 4 .56 .57 25.2 2.9 26.7 26.i 25.6 1.22 1.20 1.22 1.22 1.22 10.5 9.5 I 5 79 9.2
(nocludn l g No hcagow Roen os O u,& 1 o. ) .i 1.. 1..9 2 .7 21.1 21.5 211.& 1.10 1.12 1.16 1. 5 1.1 65 7. 5 5 1 9
Oinolnati, Be Orlean, A T.e.. Paolto o. ... 3.3 3.45 3. 3.70 3.62 18.9 19.6 20.5 20. 20.3 1 .06 1. 1.06 1.06 1.05 .7 6.0 5.5 61 5.
C s y 1:7 27 285.2 29.6 30 7 7. 7.2 8.0
Colorado & i8ouiern R. Co.................... .. .5 22 29. 30. 30.7 31.0 1.29 I 1.17 1.17 1.10 1.12 11.3 7.2 7. 7.2 8
Delaware & .deaor, R. R. Corporation 8/ ............ 2 .3 4.56 .0 27. 285 28.0 28.2 1.02 1.02 1.03 1.02 1.02 5. 4.9 .5 4.5 5.1
D e l s wa rse &Id a on .1 n on ra : B. . a 4 4 i !'8 7, 2
Deaware, Latawanna I lectern R. R. Co........... .61 4.84 4.97 5.05 I 5.06 62.7 27.6 28. 28.2 28.5 1.30 1.32 1.3 1.32 1.32 8.3 7.6 8.1 8.3 5.3
Dener a Rio arande lestere R. R. Co............ 0 9 5.05 5.11 23 .4 2. 0.1 30.2 1.1 10 1.21 127 1.30 .0 7.6 .2 10.9
Detroit. Toledo a Ironton R RR. Co. .............. 5. 5.62 6.1 7.35 16.7 3.6 3.3 15.1 *1 43.2 1.58 1.35 1.5 1.61 1.50 .1 4.9 5.2
Duluth, Miseabe A Borthern By. Co. 2/ ............. 6.7 6 .02 6.09 6.109 6.07 48.0 48.5 49.6 4119.7 50.2 1.30 1.02 1.03 1.03 1.02 2.4 .8 .6 .6 .6
Elgin, Jollet A Eastern Ry. Co. ................... 5.23 c.67 6.s 6.58 I 6.38 11. ', 44.7 50.1 49.7 1 ,4.0 1.185 1.2 1.35 1.34 1.31 .9 5.0 5.4 4.9 4.9
Erie R. o. o.
(Gaonuding ehisrgo H Erte R. R. o.) ............ 3.. 4 3.30 3.50 3.73 3.73 20.2 20.3 21.4 22.3 ?2.2 .95 .97 .98 .99 .99 8.5 8.4 8.5 7.8 7.8
(Including Chicago a Erie R. o.).............. 3:.21 !.3 '5 11
a Trunk o etern R. R. C....................... .9 4.16 .5 4.82 .99 2.6 2. 25.5 26. 27.2 1.17 1.22 1.25 1.35 1 6.5 .2 7.2
ra orten y. o. ............................ .9 4.7 1 23.9 25.2 25. 26.3 26.5 1 .9 1. 10.7 9.3 .7 9.2 10.0

I/ Railways having freight revenue in exoeae of 110,000,000. For additional related averages, see the momparatlve Statement of Operating Averages.0
Nonrevenue .on-mlles inol ded iL divisor.
Ponrevenie loaded car-miles Included in divisor.
Av erage for 1931 based or, combined returns of the Chicago A Alton R. R. Co. and Alon R. R. Co.
Average based on returns that include tme Buffalo & Susquehanna R. R. Corporation and Buffalo, Rochester 4 PLttaebut Ry. O.,thbe properties of these companies having been
leased to the Balttiore & Ohio R. R. Co.. rrfective Janjary 1. 1932.
Avereagea based on return t ba include ine Hooking Valley Ry. Co., the prooer'y or this company hatb beer aoauired by ire Cheeapeake A Onto By. Go., effective May 1 930.
Av ragee for 1928 based on coiblnej relrne of the ntiapgo, allnwauee & St. Paul Ry. Co. sar the Cnloago. ulleaukee. St. Paul a Pacific R. P Co.
Averages for 19;0 based or. co.,blnrd return of tne Delaware & Hudson Co. and Delaware & Hudson R. R Corporation.
Averages based on relno' tr.alt include the Duluth A Iron Range R. R. Co., nne property of inie company having been leased to the ODlJihb, Mleeabe & Northern Ry. Co., effeo-
tlve Janl'ary 10, 1930.
















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 4
BUPEAL OF STATISTiCS
TABLE V-U- II RE EN.UL8 LNII "io)r.. i\[I RF.L.iEI) .\ITR.iGES. RI DISTRICTS .\ND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CLAE, I bTE.\15 RA\iLLl.%1. OR SISTEMS FOR I E YLAkS 132 ? 1921 -Cuunmirued

Freight reverne freight revenue Freight revenue Per Dent nonrevenue
per per per ofo atl
Dietrlot, regl.r. ard rllway freight gross Lgt-cile y loaded oar-mile J/ revenue net ton-mile nst ton-ailBe
1992 : l [194 I e sq~q | 19)28 1912 I 1991 1990 I19q9 I 1928 191 0 Ail9 4IR 19P 1911 194 lq2q 1i
I _lui.ll) I (Cental I (Cents): (Per oent)

Gulf. colorado a ant re i y. Co. ................. 3.87 3.91 3. 4.01I 3.99 24. 24'*. 24.4 2 .4 1.o0 9j .96 .98 .: 4.6 5.7 ., .6 8.5
Illinois Ceontrl B. R. Co
(Inoludag taoo MIRaIsesippi Ralley .. R. Co.) 3.22 .26 1.33 .44 .4 2.: 21. 22.2 22. 22.4 .93 .91 10.6 11. .2 10.9 10.0
lnternarlorsl-Creat Northern R. .. Co. ............ 31 3.99 O .4 22.8 26.4 25.5 26.7 27.6 1. 1.2 1.3 1.9 19 .9 6.9 .2 10.2 10.7
lenses City Southern By. Go.
(Inolludng Tara t. lth Go.) ..... 70 Il 4.0 .9 24.2 29.3 4.9 24.5 1.00 .99 9 1.23 .99 4. 4.0 .2 ..3
L o .............82 2. 27. 28.3 2.6 28.5 1 13 1.11 1.1 1.15 .16 3.2
Long sld .R. Co. ................... ....... .31 21.38 21.51 2.48 i 23. 8 1 5 157-9 152.8 15 158.3 58 5.92 ,95 b.43 i 6.44 .2
Loa L Oo. 4.21 1 2 9 24. 29.0 28.1 1. 1.3 .38 1.48 1.46 .2 S
Los glis 8 Saltlle. F. R. .. .................. .i 3 .5 3. 9 .78 3.79 25.1 25.4 25.8 26.1. 26.2 .8 .85 6 .85 7.1 .
Moun. Central R R. O R. .... ... 22 I6.08 b.26 6.51 4.46 34.0 33.4 .I 34.4 33.6 1.79 1.73 173' 1.74 1.71 4.7 I4.1 4. 4,5 4.
Minnsapoli & St. Loui R. R ....... ...... 3.83 3.77 1 4.06 4.20 4.01 20.6 2.0 e2 .1 5. 21.5 L.08 1.04 1.09 1.06 1.00 13.1 12. 12.6 11.2 11.6
lnnespolls I, St .. P .ul t S .e Ry. o. 4.2 4.6 4.43 4.52 4.48 6 24.5 1.19 1. 1.12 1.11 1.11 9.7 7.9 .0 7. 7.
S4.8.9 1.12. 2 22 72.

lInelull .woirl-In.-T m B. RH0. .of1 6. .7 6.. 7.6 .
Miseoaur-ln ms-Te -HesS. A. Yo.

Msouri Pot ............. ........... 3.08 i 9 368 722 19.1 0. 2 21 3 22:j 2:.4 1.22 1.2 .96 105 11.2 1.
..24 9I 1 00 1l 1O 11. 10.5 13. 0
oblo Ohio Co. ............ ........... 3.19 .)7 .3 .75 3.73 18. 19.7 20.8 21.3 21.1 .92 .95 .9 .9 1.0 12.110.5 9.3 8.1
Basbille. ClatLanooe A St. Loite Ry ........... 3.78 3.84 .08 4 45 4.61 20.7 21.6 22.9 24., 24.8 1.25 1.24 1.24 1.28 1.32 9.4 8.9 8.7 7 -9 8.6
New York 2.atr241 R. 1o.
(lnoluding Boston ab.y R. A. o.) ........ ...30 3.5) 3.75 .99 4.00 21. 21.7 23.2 24.2 24.2 .98 .9 1.01 1.0 4 .0 0 1 10.4 10.1 .9 .5
Iw York, Chlogo BSt. Loule R. I. Co........... 3.05 3.17 .33 ) 3.5) ).55 17.8 18.7 19.6 20.1 19.9 .96 .96 .97 .99 .99 5.6 5.1 5.2 5.7 4.
New Yor, New nven & Hartford R. Co. ...... .41 5 50 7.38 .8 35.0 7.0 I 39.8 .88 2.00 .5 .0 8 6 81 .6
Nworfolk i tro R y. C .... ..........1....... .. 6 9 .5 26.5 27.0 27.5 27.6' 27 9 .6 12 1 1. 4. 3 4. '. 6.7
Northern Pal O RBy. Co. .......................... .. .0 t .6 2 3.8 4.1 4. 24.1' 2Z. 1 4.3 1 .25 1.0 16.6I 15.9 14. 1. .
:o 1..2Z I: il I l:'5
a- 8y 8., a
Orego Short Ls o...................... 4.26 4.159 4 256 5.7 27. 27 27.5 1.27
Orgo- lngo.. n R. 8. N.lge.uon Go ........ 522 0 5 27.3 5 1 32.3 2.0 13 1.3 1. 1 8. 9.2 9
P yl B ................ ...... 4.31 24.1 7.0 28.2 93 .95 .98 .99 1.02 8.1 8.0 7. .3
P aruete Ry. Co.............. .......... 3.96 .24 4. 4.95 .96 25.6 3 28.5 29.8: 29. 1.05 1.12 1.18 1.19 1.18 5.3 6.6 b 6.5
Pittsburgh Lke e R7. K. .Oo................ 5.37 5.73 b.39 .72 .51 5.3 .0 51.2 a 9 1.06 1.15 119 .15 1.7 1. 1.2 1.3
Reading Co. ...................................... 5.08 5.20 9 5.9 5.9 36. 381 39.2 39.2 39.0 1 1.16 1.20 1.21 3.8 3.9 3.8 .9 1.2
SB. LoulI-Ben renrolseo RB. O. .................. 3. 7 6 3.98 4.3) I 4.47 4.56 23.3 2.7 26.5 I 27.0 27.5 1.16 1.19 1.2 1.30 1.32 14.2 I1 9.3 10.6 11.7 12.2
St. Louis southwestern By. Co. II I n o
tinoludti St. Louis Southweaaern Rl. go. or I I urI
3.0 I 435 4.55 21.7 23. 22.6 24.4 1.27 1.2 1.18 1.6 1.37 5.7 1 6.8 i 7.
S ............... R. R. Co................... .. 3 9 3 :916 .9 : 4 1 21 2.7 2 6 2 .0 1
'so d 2. 5:26.3 1:391 38 *. 311.8
W 4. 2 I .2 .6 2 1 2 1...2 1
bo s Ar tL n By C o............................. 1:.I :.24 1 3.52 3.5 a7 12.6 2.: 9.7 I2 14.z1 1 4.16
Southern P o o.......................... 3.7 3. .1 31 2.7 26. 26. 1. 1.3. 1.37 I 1.0 37 9.3 11.2 11.9 11.3
e trR .Co .. ........ ......... ..... .. 3-... ..97 .. 2 .1 3 .9 31"0 31 3 3. 3.0. .1 1 12 1.32 1 0 .3 5.8 6.3 6 .2
Tnse A New Orlea n .C................... ... 76 216 22 6. 18.2. 1.0o 117.. 2 .26 ,.0 7. 1.
Tenks & Peoltle By. CO. 3 3. 3. 23.0 22.1 2, :, 9.:5 ''
L a. o. .59 3.55 3.52 3.58 36. 3 3 I. 9.2 .67 65 6 .67 2 :9 '2 3 4 .

.sl.ern POlo ~B o.......................... 9 3.08 .17 3.50 6.7' 17.7 19.5 20.4 20.6 .95 .9 .9 .9 .9 6. 8 1.. 9
mlng L Irl Co. ..................... .98 5.10 5.3 5. 5.93 37.3 37. 39.0 "0.0 41.6 1.02 I 10 1.0 1.06 .1 1 6 6 .3 1 .2 3 .1
/ Ralwey hvtng freight revenue it exoess of (10.000,000. or &addltlonal related averes seea rte CGomppratlve Stlateent of Operetlng AIvesrege.
800.re.B5nis ton-mlles Included In divlwor.
lonrevenue loaded oar-mile included in dIvisor.
tInoludes ew Orleans. Tens & Mexlso By. Co.; Bi. Louli, Brownevlle & Yeela o By. Co.; Beaumont. Sour Lake t Western By. Co.; and Orange lNorthetlorn R. R. Co.
Average for 1932 based on oomblned returns of the Mlsourl-Ienete-Teza B. R. Co. UlsOurl-laneas-Ta as R. R Co. of Teams. and BeaverMadae a& lesood G. R. Co.
Averegea based on returns that Inoludo thbe iohlgan Oentral R. R Co.; ': leeland CinoLonail. Choiego a St. Loui. Ry. Co.; anloonneil Nortbern R. R. Co., nd Irane'll1. tdleanapoRli A Terre Saute By. Co..
the propertlea of these ooapsunes having been leased to the IeI York Central R. R. o., seffteotve ebruary 1, 1930, end the Ulter 8 Dsleaia R. R. Co. tbh property of tbl osopuny nolrng been eoaulred
by the Bee York Central R. R. 0o. effeotlvy February l. 1932.
SInolude Pnnsyl l R. R. Co.; t Jerey R: ho R P ylan o yn on g PR o.; Philadelphia & Beach S.ven R. R. o.: Ohio RBver & Wesfern By. Co.;
end Wasynesburg & Waiblogton R. R. Co.. *xept tbat 1932 omLt retiuns for the Ohio River A Western Ry. G.. aolauJ see abandoned.


















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE V--NIT REVENUES. UNIT cosrs,. AND RELATED A\ ERAGES. BY DISTRlTrS AND REtIONS. AND FOR SELECTED
CL.AS I STEAM RArLWAYS OR SYSTFMS. FOR THE YEARS 193.- 192 -Coiriu.~.j ./

1 7 r


Net ton-miles per mile of road


Average haul revenue freight,


Preight expeanea
per
frelobt Eroee ton-mlla 2)


Road freight ages, ruel, supplies
and angenehouee eapenmeo


frih grs onml ?


I- -- --- i;l l a Iu ) N I We- 1- 1 ('' 191


Eastern dA riot .................................
Now England reglon.............................
Oreat Laken region ............................
Oentral Eastern region .........................
Southern d strict ................................
Pooahontae region .............................
Bouthrn region ................................
astern dietriot ..............................
aortheetern region ............................
Gantral eastern regon .......................
BouhweOtern region ..........................
All dietriot ...........................
Ultoa R. a. Co. J/ ........ ......................
kitnlson, Topeka A Banta Fe Ry. Co.
(Inaludlnr Panhandle A Santa PF Ry. Co.) .......
Atlantlc Ooast Line R. N. Co. ..................
Bealiore& Ohio R. R. Co. ....................
Beac.aEr 1 Lake Irie R. R. ...................
Boston a Mal o R. R. .............................
Central of Georgla Ry. Co. ......................
Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ...... ..... ....
OheZapeake & Ohio Ry. Co. ....................
Chicago Eater IllLnoie l. Co................
Chicago A North Wlstern Ry. 0o. ................
Chicago, Burllngron A Quincy R. R. 0o. ..........
Chioago Great western R. R. Co. .................
Cloago, Indiarnapolia A LounrvllBe RY. Co. .....
Chicago, Mllwaukee,Bt. Paul & Pacific R.R. Co. j/.
Chiosgo, Rock Tsland & Paclflc Ry. Co.
(Including Chicago, Rock nlland A Gulf Ry. Co.).
Chioago, Bt. Paul, Minneapolie A Omaha Ry. Co. ...
Cinoinnatl, New Orleane & Texas Paairfo Ry. Co...
Colorado a Southern Ry. Co ......................
Delaware & Hudson R. R. Corporation ...........
Delaare, Lakawanna I esatern R R. Co..........
Denver & Rio Grande Weatern R. R. Co. ...........
Detrolt, Tolado A ronton R. R. Co. .............
Duluth, Mlaeaba & Northern Ry. Co. / .............
Elgin. Jollet A Eastern Ry. Co. ..................
les R. R. Co.
(iaoluding Chloago A Erie R. R. Co.) ...........
Grand Trunk eastern R. R. Co ...................
Oreat Northern HR. Co. ..... .. .............


1.65,.857


2.15;.99.Q


2669.St I vr41 1


Snq1i 1;4 I 164.0 158.4


1 9Q iA n I


51 0 2 2 82 5 07


ns I i v


8' .. -0 1 1 )1
0.


1,690.913
1,871,252
1.1.906
706,179
;;.- 799
7o6:il

-6Q-;-7Q'


2,618,749
3,172,593
1 822 4h2
1,172,875
.1022,596


3,084,78Z
3.792,174
2.059.919ig


b :b:?z
1,37.96
1.184,992


*,coL,577
3,015,636
3,6,6.595
2.511.19


1 .1 653


1675.
167.


- .-


164.1
158.6


195.3
21L4.-


161.4
149.3


1 ),


150.9
153.9

-N -
198.1
224.1

2132.
213.9


11 ,.
154.0
151.8


1914.6
228.9


2.78
2.71
2.22
2.70
2.50


4.01
2.96
3.06
P L.6


3:.
3.1


4.b6
3.23
3.19
itt


*. .... f.7*


2.83 2.81 2.89 2.89
2.57 2.65 2.74 2.77


1,.46; o
2,509,104


9 1,238
81l d19


50",115 BT96857 911,79f 1,O81,70T7 1,0s6,63r 231.2 213.5 198.2
692,851 931,781 1,139,730 1,326,176 1,285,091 281.3 272.0 263.1
572,87 797,256 I 996,795 1,112,713 I1,089,32 215.5 206.5 212.


.50 1.07 1 117 1.26 1. 12
3.19 .96 1.07 1.14 1.1 1.21
3.25 1.02 1.17 1.25 1.24 1.25
2.50 .74 .84 .87 .90 .91


1a' .B 1,10
78 .85 .87
.94 1.01 I.nl i.n7


1u.. 2 j.c7 2,.B i 2.B r.Be 2,8. .9 .:8 1.06 1.Z1 l.9
263.5 2.30 2.6 2.56 2.63 2.69 .85 .97 1.03 1.06 9
218.2 2.6 2.147 2.57 2.79 2.82 .69 .82 .89 .93 .97


968,772 1,216,.61 1,583,.65 1,51,620 1,802,703 202.2 179.0 186.0 1i5.3 185.6 2.581 2.5 2.83 2.92 2.95 .87 .98 1.05 1.08 1.10


945,773
669,072
326,544
1,710,274
1,866, 76
868,485
416,871
2,237, 419
4,956,676
1,107, 23
487,240
686,692
983,853
1,087,929
609,278

624,028
558,512
2,445, 223
339, 747
2,335,206
2, 86 832
527,616
598,889
274,268
1,355.530
2,676,170
1,00 ,325
516,038


1,321,989

12,024
2,321,110
5,169,543
1,087,850
576 465
2,797,540
5,90U,773
1,34.,937
(97,192
959,6 8
1,332, 15
1,512 401
786,669

860,990
697,498
550,955
2,981,090
3.183,955
655,756
835, 71
1,691,575
2,202,749

,298,710
1,359,675
738,492


1,662,796
1,04s,:431
556 ,771
2,974,628
9,104,505
1,275,982
699 769
3 679,68
6,6,945
1,77d,176
895,012
1,223,413
1,412,874
1,964,912
966,296

1,036,4145
908,832
,216,032
704,928

3,606,105
3,828,481
807,110
1,261,249
3,118,429
3,241,651
3,942,500
1,769,172
1,0 o5,B09


1,872,478
1,262,417
637,039
3,550,47
1,440,357
815,866
4,a81,755
7,124.968
2,22?3, 718
1,051,641
1,341,911
1,941.969
2,377025
1,14,265

1,222,838
96e,055
5,082,22R
845,223

,958,os
,589.436
879.679
1,712,323
4,131,028
3,963,375
4 650,298
2416,575
1 214 322


__ __ __ __ __ __ I I I


1,957,533
1,17,.151
647,542

1,389,067
s80,562
4.122,514
6,895,180
2,241,985
1,039,0S9
1,387,826
1, 35,127
2,:6639
1.168,

1,135,597
968 588
4,88 8a32
866,527
769, 530
,542, 25
814,078
1, 45,935
3,514,850
3,723,803
4535,022
2352 767
1,226,104


148.1

325.2
182.8
197.6
91,9
139.:

74
2 9.5

174.14
271.5
306.3
151.1
274.9

263.5
151.5
2'!.1
16.3
122.6
145.4
221.8
86.7
67.1
52.5
221.0
149.8
368.2


165.1
319.0
179.8
1i9s.1

135.9
169.5
67.6
293.0
172.2
165.4
279.4
316.6
149.6
264.3

259.9
150.5
217.4
150.6
117.0
141.7
222.7
86.7
71.0
51.0
212.0
147.9
305.2


159.6
315.7
171.1
182.0
106.4
133.2

71.1
284.7
171.4
155.7
272.3
292.6
149.6


230. 5
154.8
209.5
156.1
121.4
149.8
209.2
88.
70.


206.
147.3
272.2


168.5
312.9
173.2
186.1
105.7
125.8
171.9
70.0
b09.
150.3
275.0
297.1
155.9
252.0

235.1
160.6
213.2
159.4
178.1
158.5
197.4
89.9
10.3
45.1
205.0
137.7
255.9


175.4
308.6
162.u
190.5
12o:
167.4
69.0
228.1
165.
152.2
281.1
287,3
155.9
263.1

235.6
158.1
211.2
163.8
14o.o
164.5
194.6
91.9
70.1
47.3
214.2
136.4
284.5


2.40





2.83
3.16

1.55
3.00
2.76
2.28
2.01
3.01
2.58

2.44
3.24
2.22
3.37
3.81
3.68
2.55
4.00
13.62
5.24
2.22
3.5Z
2.74


2.78
2.50
3.21
2.75
3.31
3.83
2.84
4.22
1.71
3.11
2.95
2.32
1.96
3.03
2.52




3.15
3.46
3.81
2.73
.91
5.28
2.36
3.64
2.53


3.00
2.56
3.23

4.14
2.82
4.50
1.81
4.27
2.92
2.0
2.16
3.20
2.65

2.63
3.55
3:2.286
3.26

3.53
3.73
2.98
3.93
3.51
5.11
2.53
3.58
2.53


2.88
2.:51
3."3
2.49
4.63


1.98
3.07
3.00
2.143

2.67

2.77



3.44
3,02
2.:a
4.68
2.68
2N3.


2.84
2.62
3.314

2:?,
,:1166

1.98
3.00
3.00
2.47
2.4
3.10
2.62

2.81
3.73
3.36


3. 4,
I.10
3.09
4.80
2.72
32
1:2


.71

:16
.89
1.0e
1.13
.62
1.58
.91
.72
.80
.73
.91
.7 1
.82



.60
.93
1.40
1.21
.981



.96
1.07
2.07


.83
.87
.75
1.08
1.91
1.27

l:7l
.98

.80


.90


1.803


1.39
1i.

1.03




1.33
1.15
.89
1.22


.86
.92
.81
1.15
1.8g
1.36
.77
1.79
.99
.82
.92
.95
1.01
.83
.98

.96
.974
.69



1.15
1.06
1.63
1.44
1.23
9.:
1.32


.a7
:.9
.89
1.14
1.85
1.35
.81
1.84
1.00
.84
.96
.97
1.08
.86
I1.o6

.98
1.02
.73
1.15
1.51
1.36
1.30
1.21
1.61
1.51

1.31
19:


L ______ I _________ ___ 1 ____ .1 ____ ____ _____ 1 ___


.89
1.00

1.91
1.37
.81
1.88
1.*5

.96
.97
1.07
.90
1.04

.99
1.03
.73
1.15
1.51
1.31
1. 3
1.
1.47
1.35
1.03
1.50


Railways having freight revenue in excess of *10,000,000. For additional related average, see the 'Comparative Statement of Operating Averagese.
Slonrevenue ton-mlles included in divisor.
Avergaee for 1931 based on combined returns of the Coloago & Alton R. R. Co. and Alton R. R. Co.
Averages based on returned that include the Buffalo A Busquehanna R. R. Coporation and Buffalo, Rocheeter A Pittaburgh tR. Co.,the properties of these companies having been leased to the
Baltimore A Ohio R. R. Oo.,affective January 1, 1932.
S erage based on returns that Include the Hooking Valley Ry. Co., the property of this company having been acquired by the Chesapeake Ohio Ry. Co., effeotHie May 1, 1930.
Srragee for 1928 based on combined returns of the Chloago, Milwaukee 1 St. Paul Ry. Co. and the Chicago, milwaukee, St. Paul A Pacific R. R. Co.
Averages for 1930 basad on combined returns of the Deluare A Hudson Co. and Delaware & Hudeon R. R. Corporation.
J Aeragee based on returns that include the Duluth & Iron Range R C. o., the property of this company having been leased to rhe Duluth, ieaabe A Northern Ry. Co., effective January 10, 1930,


Distrlot, region and rallway


hl J kl bO


A".519


- .. .- .. -- ,


r


29 1


'Y~~ 'I
I


0


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES. UNIT CO0TS AND BELATED AL fEL.iES. BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I STEAM RLAILWAYS OR YS'IMS6 FOR IRE YEARS 1982- 102 -Cr.niMoud J/


District. region and railway


7


eot ton-- ess per mile of road


Average haul revenue freight


r rr ... 2. .. .


I1I


Freighat expenses
per
freight grTOss toon-ail /


Road freight wages, fuel, uppe
perd freght noain- pile
per freight SinlmtloI


________________________________________ _____- 1-- 1425 -44 .. <9?--J----L.v II**c1 19 1-"" L AIM39 L-29 1fl I 1 I 162 1TM 1 1931i1 19 -rrUr I uTr1 r nl--


olf Coast Lines 3/ ..............................
Gulf, Colorado & Dant Fe By. o. ................
Illinois Central R. R. 0o.
(Inluding Tasoo & Mssslesippi Valley R. R. 0o.)
Inltrnaional-GrOea northern R. R. Co. ...........
la.ease ilty Southern Ry. Co.
(Including Texarkans & Ti. milTh Ry. Co.) ......
Lehigh Valley R. R. Go. ..........................
Long Island R. R. 00o............................
Los Angeles A Balt Lake L R. Co. ................
Louisvtlie & asbhville R. R. o. ..................
Maine Central R. R. 0o .........................
Minneapols BSt. '.oute R. R. o. .................
Minneapolts, St. Paul & 8Sault Ste. MEris Ry. Co. .
Msinourtl-Enesa-Texas R. R. Oo.
(InclujdiL Missourit-anse.-Tass RN. R. Co. of
Texas) 4I ................ ..... .... .....
Misourl Pacifio R. R. Co. ......................
Mobile & Ohio R. R. Co. ..........................
Nashville. Cbattanooga & St. Louis Ry. ..........
New York Oentral R. R. Co.
(Including Boston A Albany R. R. Co.) 9 .......
Sew York, Chiago & t81. Loutl R. R. 0o. ..........
eew York, ew HRaven & Hartford R. R. o. .........
Norfolk Westiern Ry. Co. ........................
Northern Pacifto Ry. Co. ........................
Oregon Shbort Line R, R. 0o. ....................
Oregon-1Wahington RR.R. & Navgation o. .........
PensLeylania B letem / ..........................
Pre Mlarquette Ry. Co...........................
Pitts burgh & Lake Erie R. R. o. ................
Reading C .......... ..........................
Bt. Louis-Ban Franoisco Ry. Go. ................ .
St. Louis Bouthwestern Ry. 00.
(Includling St. Lous 0outhw stsro R. Co00. of
Te xas ) ................. ................. .
Beaboard Air Line Ry. Co .................. .
aout. hr Ry. Co. .......................... .. ...
Southern Paonflo o. ............................
Tozas & law Orleans R. R. 0o. ............
Texas a Peofio Ry. Co. .........................
Union Pacific R. R. Co. .........................
VirpFinlan RY. Co. ..............................
Wabash Ry. Co.... ........... ............ ......
essters Maryland Ry. Co .........................
lese`rn Paoifio R. R. Co. .......................
Whbseeling & Lake rITe Ry. 0o. ....................


1,192.850
511.)90

91, 6

725.5:10
1,201,?M







32.2


1,701,2600
41,5.22
615, 56



56.990
,071
2. 105
79 0oa


558,709

177,079





2,999,752
1,191.192
2,490.7641
71,800
1.531,500


--~ _I ~ Il


I I


1.0 75
1,03.618

. 5.7 613
915. 2
1,61,551
58. 785
57, 138



703,618
H.6,059
822.539
2.16g,888
2,118,.413

604.929
5,410
3,009,4a8



707,996



905-,916

643.4 38

3 7,406


2:055.266


1.190 718 1.34.151 1.231 7
1,58694 1716 2.297 2a 2309:.127
749,131 8?7 94~ 930,717

1.91 ,869 2.O ,ol 2,:4,691
21 317 7.19 3, :.07
46,02 ., 69
9929 1.125.329 98
2,02,,941 2.L13.086 I 2.50801
7 2 1.08 756,417 75 860
,51 751,315 781.818
675.105 815, | 853,155


916.03o
1.3, 90.4
1,160,059
1,060,255
2.66',261
2,62,902
6,2 ,50o
803.761






842,5i6

889,079

1,101,235
786,626

4,505.362
2,0 :,126
2,262, 21
1:3,4|:4


1.119 069
1,481,827
1.417, 225
1 152.735
3,14.,292
3.178,478
1.82. 2746
7,11468.8
977,7 35
1,080,812
711.6224

4,734,469
970,038

961,028



2.419..
1.:699,19


2,3 19,93

2.8 5


1,1460.4 02
1,185,169
1,427 481
1,086.191
3,054.661
2,996.983

6, 99 .
1,051,619
1.071.295
711 ,072
1.509 .p
10,528,2
5, 61,240
935,642

940,928
706,245
1,253,9.I
I ,311.078


2,408,712
4.716.579
2 201,964
2,56,013
1,' 9 27
3,370.241


I -


112.6 i106.
2142.0 240.9
26. 228.3
164.1 168.5

204.1 201.
183.4 172.
22.7 22.5
277.1 ao:b
223.0 217.4
116.8 I 115.5
179.6 178.
218.3 207.5


24'. 1' 237,8
25,.6 2-.1
300.3 265.2
189.7 I 17.5
229.1 218.2
222. 211.4
129.6 131.4
282. 277.8
268.4 273.0
221.41 254.6
28.2 2 250.8
22.4| 227.7
177.6 171.8
102.9 10,.0
225.8 215.0


20 .6 i89.C:


233.9 226.2
18s.6 196.9
22 .9 2.6
2. 252.5
126. 121.1
96. -9


110.8 114.0 107.7
S226.2 236.3 238.3
234.4 246.5 250.2
180.9 17.3 177.6

6.4 227.5 244.7
1.2 171.5 174.0
2.3 120.4 20.1
221.5 186.4 171.4
212.2 212.2 208.1
112.6 112.6 I 111.4
168.1 177.0 1 179.7
210.4 20 .8 I 212.7


250.90 266.6 274.0
1 249.3 243.9 249.2
253. 247.9 248.7
i69.9 173.9 173.0
202.9 181.0 1853.0
207.2 206.1 211.3
131.1 129.2 128.5
276.2 280.2 177.8
275.4 1 284.8 292.8
251.5 257.2 262.0
22.6 211.0 207.0
21o4.2 210.6 209.7?
166.6 169.5 166.1
61.8 1 62.4 165.1
104.2 I 1o05.6 103.7?
192.4 194.6 195.2

261.8 269.8 221.8
181.4 192.7 181.1
185.7 187.5 y.7
6.8 260.1 257.2
227.0 232.8 I 234.6
S 19.6 4 12.8
27.6 237.1 224.2
244.7 2148.7 247.2
124.5 L15.2 113.}
371.9 9 37.
92.2 91.5 7


2.11

2.60




.31
2.57

U4.02
3: .


2.21
2.11
2.69
3.08
2.62
2.16
1.21
1.70
3-.03




3.40
2.63

2.79
2.8
2.93
2.r52

3.00
1.:61
1.82
2.4.
2.2
2.8


SRailways having freight revenue n oexoes of 1o0.000,000. For additional related averages, see tne C0omparaliv BStatement of Operating Average."
N onreoenue ton-miles Included In divisor.
Snoludese ew Orl&ans, Texas a Mexico Rty. Co.; St. Loase, Brownsville & Mexico Rr. Co.; Beaumont, Bour Lake & Western Ry. Co.; and Ornge & Forthweetern R. R. Co.
SAverages for 1932 based on combined returns of thie MIssourl-sness-Teale R. R. Co., IUsLBurl-Kanat.-Tezan R. R. Co. of Texas. and Beaver Heads & Engleeood R. R. Co.
AveragesT based on returns that Inolude the Michigan Central R. Co.; Oleveland, inoinnati., Chicago A St. Louis Ry. Go.; Cincinnati Northern R. R. o.; and Evansville., IndIlnspolls
& Toere Haute By. Co., the properties of these companies having been leased to the eow York Central R. R. Go., effective February 1, 1930, and the Ulster & Delaware R. R. ., the
property of this company having been aquired by the yev Tork Cntral H. Co., eaffective February 1, 1932.
Inoludes Pennsyvsln Ha R. o.; lesB Jersey & BeaBsore H. R. Co.; Penna.ylvn& & Atlintic R R. Co.; Roselyn Conncating R. R. Co.; Pti.adelpts A Beach Haven R. N. Co.: Ohio River a
Western By. Co.; and Waynesburg A Wasnington R. R. Co., except that 1992 Omits returns for the Ohio River & Wlesern Ry. Co., which was abandoned.


tai&isi


2.4I0
3.02

2e.:


2.81
1.28
.822
3.12


2.4
2.2.

3.2U
.10

2.89




4.1
2.7059


2.97
2.67
4:15



2.10


.07



:6I3
2*64


2.:2 2.61

2.54 2.5
3.09 .:10

2.64 2.58



4.60 4.67
3:0 .20:99


2.60


2.
2: 0
6.09
5.17
3.17


2.2










3.95
2.92
3.29




272










1.81
2. 2













2.58
3-95












:161


2.56
2.55

3.29



2.40

2.65
).93



3.08



2.96
3.10
3.03
3.18



2.49


.77




.81





.72

.92

.99
1.01

.96

.74
o1.

.73

.67





1.25
.79

.80


0.26
.60
654
1.02



.79
1.12
.82
.914




:76
.79
1.01
.8
1.21
1.09
1.09
1.02
.81
1.1
1.36











1.13
,. I

1.1

1.179


2 3


O:,2



iia
.1


1.1.6
2.47

1.15
1.09




1:012,
1.01






.99

99
.81
1.17
.91
1.29

1.10
1.10



.94





.84


1.922
1.5
1.21


.0J
.91



2.r
.81


1.05



.81






1.07
1.214




1.10
.95



.96

*86
.90
.76

.90

LI.
.90
1.20
1 00


91
1.07

1.12
2.46
1.17
.85
":S
1.10


1.06
1.01
.85




1.16
1.10
U1I



.98




.90
1.01
.97
1.58
.91
1:24
1.24,
1.61


I


I


















33150


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE V--NIT REVENUES. UNIr COSTS. AN'D RELATED AELR.tGES. BY DISTRiKTS AND RFGIONS. AND FOR SELECrEP
rLA.1S I STEA.M RAlLn.YS OR SYSTEMS. 'OR THE IE.ARS 1932- 192t -Cont.nu.d 1/


Road freight wagee, fuel, supplies Frelgnt locomotive repairs Freight switohlri expenses Freight-train oar repair
t r n a r and eninehouse expenses (rxoludine depreciation a.l retirements) per (EZcluding deprelcation and
ll ct, regon and raily par frelht eroes ton-mile / per freight loconotlve-l-le revenue ton carried retirements) per ara-mil
"1932 1931 1 190 19L9 1928 192 19 |1 i] I Z 1 I49 1|ra 1932 1 931 190 1929 1928 1|3z 1 .911 1930 1929 1 98
(llills r Sntr )r Crnt () nor -ents)

Easern distrlot ................................... 0.561 0.584 0.595 0.61 21.1 24.2 26.8 27.2 27.4 16.2 17.0 16.4 1.8 15.9 0.76 0.94 1.17 1.39 1..34
New England region ........................ ..... h .7 21.6 3.1 2 7 2.2 1.6 1.3 15.2 1. .6 1.
Ca :9.51 .62 ,. :Z 2.2NE 2?.0 1 7.0 1. .5 1.09 .,
great Lake region ............................... .504 .53 .56 .57 .6 22.4 2. 27.2 7.0 1 18.0 17.2 1 9 .6 1.09 1.9 1.
Central Eastern region ........................... .521 .56 .581 .579 .598 19. 2.6 26.4 27.3 27.9 15.6 16.6 15.9 15.3 15.3 .79 1.07 1.29 1.3 1
Poutiern dlstriot .................................. .1 .479 .481 .496 :_1.7 21.4 25.0 26.9 2.4 29.s 14.4 15.l 14. 1 4 1 14. .0 .9 1.07 1.05
oo.oo. ,region ...................................r0 .30 .3 2.7 32.7 36 W.o 3:9 9 102 a97 8.,9 3 .6 6- 5
oCentral n rego n .... .......................... .5 2 .560 .5 .56 .581 19.3 22.8 24.0 25.9 26.3 17. 189.0 1. 9. 19. .7 .7 1.0 1.7 1.1
eastern ditericr ......................................54 1 .957 .7 .602 .614 18,2 23.0 I2.6 25.0 2.2 20.' 18.9 L i.0o 17.7 1 .2 .6a1 .75 4.7 .92 .95
region 1. 6.3 23 19.'7 19 7N .. 90 .11
Coutr ern r egion.................................. 52 25 I 0 9 .6 .&18 7
Csnlz or o .. r 9.0 .2 a).o 2..2 20.0 1 19. 18.0 1 9. 2 1 .61 .75 ,1 8 .97

Southwest r region .... ......................... .17 .537 .575 .609 17. 21.7 23.7 27. 27.9 16.8 16.6 16.5 17.0 17.5 .51 .59 .68 .6 .81
All distrniat ............................... .515 .543 .560 .578 .597 20.0 23.5 25.6 26.7 26.9 16.9 17.2 16.5 16.1 16.3 .69 .85 1.00 1.1'. 1.12
Alton R. R. o. / ................................. .533 .570 .571 .579 .595 14.1 16.1 20.1 22.4 20.8 19.6 19.1 17.9 18.0 18.3 .49 1.21 1.61 1.51 1.47
AtrhclOa, opaeka a Santa Fe Ry. Co.
(Including Panhandle A Santa Fe Ry. Co.) ......... .441 .178 .7 51 22.2 25.5 26.5 30.9 19.5 19.0 19. 19. 19.7 .86 .98 1.00 1.00 .94
Atlanti Coast Line R. P. Co. ...................... .632 .639 .9 52 .28 16.7 18.9 19.3 20.9 23.9 24.6 23.0 21.4 20.8 19.9 1.07 1.21 1.1) 1.50
Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co ..................... .489 .533 .55 .574 .587 1. 26.9 0. 2.8 29.7 1.3 17.2 16.o 15.9 16.1 .71 1. 1. .1
Be.ss.er A Lak Erie. a. .67 .537 90 .514 .551 94. 64. 6 62.6 ..6 39. .1 3.7 3.2 2.9 3.0 2.86 2.6 2.70 2.86
Boton & Maine H. R. ............................ .666 .722 .770 .788 .870 6.0 23.2 25.6 25.6 26.3 16.5 17.1 17.3 16.0 17.3 7 83 1.15
Central of Georgia Ry. Co. .......................... .5"4 .585 .585 .603 .616 13.1 1u. 12.9 21.3 22.1 19.3 17.9 17.9 16.9 16.7 .2 .65 .82 .93 .
Central R. i. Co.of le J.ry ......................768 .8 .900 .9 .965 26.1 23.2 27.3 25.8 25. 7 95 9.9 9.8 1.08 1.8 1.97 2
Ch.ap.ak & Ohio B y. o 5/ .................... 269 .30 .39 .37 20.6 2. 28.9 60.4 39.9 9.1 10.1 9.8 8.8 9.1 .70 .77 97
Chicago Etern Illi y. Co. .. ........... .550 .529 .510 .513 .531 19.5 28. 29.0 31.1 25.2 17.2 20.3 19.2 17.9 16.9 .81 .93 .i .98
.71 67 2? 2. 1 gog217 '832 1. .1 1........ 1.11 1.05
Chicago A Horth Western By. Co. ..................... .7 .7 .594 .626 .63' 14. 22.0 21.6 2u. 24.9 20. 19.2 17.5 17.3 17.6 .73 1.00 1.09 1. 1.05
Chcago, Burligton & Quinoy R. R. Co. ............. 494 .6 .59 .518 .519 1. 19.4 21.1 23.2 22. 19.3 19. 19.0 19. 19.6 .67 .6 7 .81 .90
Chireao Great fEatern R. R. Ro. ................... .478 .85 .6 .58 17. 16.1 .9 23. 22.4 19.9 20.1 0.2 21.3 2 .28 .31
Chicago, Indianapolis & Lousille Ry. ............ 573 .597 13 .640 .685 27 25 3.6 .9 31.9 11.6 11.1 10. 10.8 10.8 .87 1.20 1. 1.1
Chicago, Vhlaukee, t8. Paul & Pacific R.R. Co. j.. .528 .512 .568 .589 .588 I .S 16.8 18.9 19.5 19.1 24.6 24.4 23.lj 22.9 22.8 .5 .61 .82 .85 .85
Chicago, Roax Island A Pacific Ry. Co. 21.6 1.01
(Inoluding Onicago, Rock Island & Gulf Ry. Co.)... 7 .597 .633 .673 .672 17.5 21.9 21.2 235 23.0 ?1. 20.4 210 209 18 .62 .9
Cntcago, St. Paul, Mlr.rea.polis Omaha Ry. Go. ..... .73 .'70 .805 .62 .8 17. 21.5 21.8 21.9 22.3 19.8 20.4 19. 20.3 20.1 .7 .96 .1 1.2 1.3
Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texan Pacific Ry. Co. .... 37 .48 .N 0 .66. .45 43.9 3. 4.0 38.0 39. 11.6 12.9 12. 11.7 12.3 .9 *13 .64 .72
Colorado A Boutnern Ry. o. ......................... 79 .71 .1 .9 .781 1. 26. 25.9 34.5 2e.6 15.2 1.4 13.8 12.7 12. 1.22 .97 1.14 1.19 1.28
Delaware & Hudson R. R. Corporation / ............. .701 .721 .81 .97 3.1 32.2 29.2 31.4 12.0 10.4 10.5 10.9 11.8 1.71 1.61 1.61 1.1 1.91
Del.aar. Lakawana A, Western R. .......... .712 .99 .99 22.8 24.9 25.8 27.1 25.9 21.2 22.5 22.2 21.9 .0 1.08 1.14 1.13 1.1 1.12
Dewer A Rio rde etern R. R. Co. .............. .59 .645 .706 .769 .799 26.8 28.1 31.8 28. 16.9 17.0 17.0 6.3 16.1 .71 .83 1. 1.20
Detroit, Toledo A ronton I R. Co. ................ .87 .89 .891 50 1.062 17.3 17. 1. 28.0 44.1 9.8 10.0 10.5 9.3 8.4 1.07 .90 1. 1 1
D0.lith. Hloseba t& orthern. Ry.. Co. 8 .............. 1.409 .616 .519 .190 .542 72.1 77.3 58.2 47.3 4.0 13.0 5.3 h.5 3.7 4.1 6.27 2.79 1.97 1.7
11gin, Jolle A Eastern WR. Co. ................... .694 .699 .697 .711 .689 11.1 16.4 20.3 18.4 20.9 1~.1 15.2 14.1 12.5 12.4 1.68 1.91 1.20 2.20 3.26
Erie R. R. Co.
(Including Chicago & Erte I. R. Co.) ............ .387 .a33 .162 .497 .531 24.3 26.) 10.9 32.9 33.L 14.7 15.6 15.6 15.5 16.1 .51 .53 .77 98 .9
Grand Trunk esterran R. R. Co. ....................... 82 .580 .91 .603 15.9 18.9 20.6 1.2 18.5 26.2 25.9 2.0 22.8 13.9 1.0 1.05 1.08 1.01
Great Morthern y Co. ................................ 639 .608 .68 .657 .673 23.1 26.1 26.7 2.5 ? ).0 24.1 18.6 16.1 1'.1 16.9 .70 .80 .99 1.03 .


I always having freight revenue 1. excess of $10,000,000. for additional related averages, see the 'Comparatlve Statement of OperatLng Averages.'
SNonrevenua ton-milee ir."lded In divisor.
/ Averages for 1931 based on combined return of the Chicago & Altron R. Go. and Alton R. R. Co.
v Aezage baaed on returned tnat Ir.cl1rs the Bufralo I Sueqiuehanna R. R. Corooororotor, ail uffalo, Rochester & Pittsenrgt Ry. Co.,ir.e prorarries of these companies having been leased to the
Baltoiore A Ohio R. R. Co., effective January 1, 1932.
/Averages based on returns that Include the Hocking Valley Ry. Co., the pronert~ of this oomoany having been acquired by tne Chesapeakle a Otlo Ry. Co., effective May 1, 1930.
Sveragee for 1928 based on combined retirne of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co. and the Chlcafgo, MilIauee, 1S. Paul A Pacific R. R. Co.
Averages for 1930 based on combined retlrne of the Delaware A Hudson ,o. and Delaware & Hudeon R. R. Corooration.
Averages based on returns tnat Lr,.ude Lre D.alltra & Iron Rmnge R. R. Co., Lhe pronerry of this company having been lesaed to too Ddluth, itaaabs & Northern fy. Co., effective January 10, 1990.


















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 3
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE V-i NIT RI:\'VNULI, rNIT rOCST .\:.n REL\TI \\T1.Rirr:. nY FI.sTBHI('l \NI REGIONS .\AND FnR SELErrED
L L..A I 1i,\\I R.\[LW.\I O1l sysfj i MS FOR I'UE YE.ARS 193? I'J1 -Lontinued 1

Road freight wage., fuel, euppllesa right locieotiv repairs rela t switchit g expenses Frreight-rain Car repairs
Ditrilot, region and rall-ay ad enginehouae expenses (loludltp depreciation and retire- per (Zhaluding depreciaion and
per freight groas aon-mile ameats) per freight locomotive-lmle revenue ton carried retlreaenta) per car-olla
193W 1991 19I. 192q 1 1928 1932 19311 0I129 19 9 1225 2 1H
_____o_- g xn 12 2 -2rI- -rrr
S(Mill) (Centel (ents onts)
Gulf Coast Linaes / ............................... 0.157 0.151 0.2 3 D.12 0.299 18.5 19.4 25.8 25.5 26.1 7.0 7.0 6.o 6.1 5.9 0.4 0.70 0.75 0.7 0.5
ulf, Colorado & ana e Ry. Co. ................ .45 .1 .436 .508 2.9 27.0 30.2 29. 32.3 12.6 12.7 10.4 10.8 11.9 .6 .9s 1.00 1.0 1.01
111note Central R. R. Co.
(Including Tazoo A Missleslppi Valley R. R. Co.) .494 .523 .513] .]4 .14 14. 22.0 20.0 25.1 25.9 16.6 18.5 18.0 18.6 18.6 .60 .8 .87 1.0
Ir.ern&Llonal-Oreat Northern R. R. 0a. ............ .551 .663 631 .641 .94 17.7 21.2 22.9 24.4 28.9 1.4 18.1, 24.2 2,. 23.7 .42 .5] .6
lanese Oity Bouthern Ry. Co.
(Inoluding Tezark ans Ft. Smlth fy. Co.) ....... .491 ..453 .465 .-9 .522 22.4 2S.5 34.3 33.. 33.4 13.4 12.6 13.8 13.1 .1 .59 .68 .67 .m 7
Legh Valley R. R. Co. ............................ .67 .20 .785 37.1 37. .2 .19.0 19.2 1.0 1. 112



1inneapolis & St o..l. Lou Co................... .O 'I .784 .832 .883 .853 15.1 16.1 18.1 16.5 15.6 17.5 16.5 15.2 15.0 1".9 .92 1.01 1.19 1.07 1.1."
Minneapolis, St. Paul Bault St. arile Ry. Co .. *716 .719 .695 .715 .780 14.6 14.1 19.2 17.1 16.5 18.9 18.3 16.7 15.9 17.2 1.02 1.23 1.20 1.17

MlBaout -lanBea-TssaA R. R. Co.
(Including liesouri-Kanese-Tenas R. R. 0o. ofr
Tenas) I / ................................... .462 .186 .,,9 .497 .530 8 2.8 19.3 2.0 9.4 258. 3 7. 17.7 17.5 18.0 18.1 .5 .62 .5 ." .68
MiesourI Pa ific R. C. o......................... .502 .506 .520 .567 .584 15.0 19.2 20.9 25.3 27.0 19.0 19.0 18.7 19.1 20.0 .3 .5
Mobile & Ohio L. R. o. ......................... 527 .581 .2 .5 .576 1'. 16.6 19.3 19.2 19.7 22.7 23.1 19.9 18.2 18.4 .b5 .:7 .19

NRahvilleA Chattanooga & A.. Lous R................ 616 .617 .625 .638 .670 20.3 22.4 22.9 24.3 24.9 25.8 26.2 22.0 20.9 21.3 .88 1.03 1.30 1.4 1.70
Hew Tor- Central .s R. R. Co.
(Including Boston & Albany R. Co.) ........... .461 .4) .26 .144 .556 2. 2 .3 27.1 27.2 24.5 25.2 23.9 21. 21. 1.3
se Tors, COncago A St. Louts R. B. o. ............ ,17 .170 .I4 91 .507 16.4 17.5 21.2 20.3 19.9 17.1 17.6 17.9 18.2 18.6 .*. .65 .90 1. 1.
New York, sew Haesn & Hartford R. 2. Co. .......... .67. .657 .700 .743 .788 21.1 25.3 28.4 33. 33.0 23.4 22.9 21.7 21. 21.7 .67 .75 .96 1.0 1.
orolk t e y.. Co........................... .6 .68 .61 .7 .1 2.9 4.. 4.8 48.,4 96 97 8.6 .9 8. .. .8 .
o, r Pac e R GBy. Co. .......................... .27 6 .6:2 9 .61: 21.7 22.3 22.3 21.9 21.7 30.7 30.1 27.6 26.6 26.2 .93 1.03 1:.2 1.19 19
Oregon hbort Line R. L. Co. ....................... .62 .586 .586 .611 .603 13.5 19.7 24.5 20. 7 2.7 15.6 16.2 15.5 11'9 .77 .34 1.00 1.70
20.14ork RI C25. 21.1 .72 6 1. 1.34



Oreon-Washungocn B R. Navigatn. on Co. ............ .2 .890 .900 .891 .890 17.5 17.5 24.3 22.6 20.0 30.2 22 212. 21. 20.1 ., 1.05 1.0
Pen Trlania S ,o / ............................ .76 .526 .41 .7 .56 1.1 2. 24.0 2.6 25.9 21.1 22.9 29 .7 1.0 155
Pero Ma.rqusettm Co. .............................. .20 .)36 .153 .571 .565 13.3 1.9 19.6 20.9 21.0 1.9 16,.2 15.9 15.5 15.0 .59 .6. 1.10 1.20
.Pittburgh & Lke Ire r. ...................... .90 .502 .551 .527 2.1 29.2 27.6 27.5 29.o 10.1 11.3 10.9 11.2 10.9 2.17 2.2 3.81 6. .
Reading Co. ....................................... .650 .698 .71 .7 .725 22.3 1 30.0 30.1 29.3 2'7.6 11. 12.6 12. 12.9 11.6 1.6 1. 1. 1.55

St. Louas-San Prnciaoo Ry. Co. ................... .555 .586 .629 .662 .691 21.3 22.3 27.1 27.8 27.0 18.3 19.9 19.4 19.0 19.2 .56 .46 .41 .80 .98
St. Loule BSothwestern Ry. Co.
(Inoluding St. Louis Bouthweetern Ry. Go. of
Ten ai) .... ....................................... .45 .495 .55 .591 .600 19.5 23.6 22.3 24.5 24.5 13.1 12.7 13. 11 4.7 14.6 .5 .42 .6 .79 .91
Seaboard Air Ln y..... ...................... .592 .53 .700 20.7 21. 23.1 23.9 19. 18.3 17.3 1. 15.0 17.1 .70 .7 .90 .79
Pl,,.bugh A Lakegets R. R. G .. ........... ,. ,-. 11.3 I ;.N : ., : 1.)o 1 .o+




eouthrn Ry. Co. .................................. .. 22 .5 .56 .570 .585 27. 28.2 2. 27.3 27.1 19.7 18.5 1 9 0 1.
Southern Pacific Co................................ 55. .6 .672 .67 .747 18.8 23.2 25.5 27.3 27.1 28.9 26.7 22.9 23.2 .57 .69 .83 .85 .
Teas rl R. R. C o. ..................... .2 .586 .6 .713 18.0 2.5 22.1 2. 28.9 2.5 24.1 26.4 21.7 27.0 .1 .07 1.21 1.1
nTe as Poaifc R Oo. ............................. 1 9 .4 .10 .9 19.9 2.2 5. 2. 27.7 1. 1 2.7 16.1 1.1 18.7 .0 1.0 *1 1.
Union Pci R. R. so. ........................... .417 .6 1 57 20.8 28.8 31.5 50.2 20.3 .5 22.9 22.2 22.6 22.7 .4 .76 1 1h
virginian By. Co .................................. 371 .409 .398 .3 6 .395 49.14 50.3 56.7 55.9 2.3 4.6 5. 5.1 4.7 4.9 .7 .92 1.13 1.3
Wabash By. Co...................................... ..47 .w: .:07 :.1 :2 15.1 19.0 20.7 21.5 22.4 20.,9 2.4 2.1. 22.1 .1"46 .614 : -"9
tbrd ir lmind By. Do. ....................... .... .4 30. 31. .7 .'
,1. a -1 3o1.2-9 19 18: 1, -3 18. 17.. 1710




Western Pacifotr R o. ........................... 8 .1 582 .0 .9 17.6 2. 2. 20. 17. 19.3 17 6. 22.9 .57 9s 2.7
e .ireg a Lake ErIe RyR. Co .................... ....57 .60) .6 23.1 2.3 29. 4.4 30. .9 9.7 9. 94 9.2 .70 1 22


SRailways having freignr revenue in excess or 110,000,000. For additonal related averages, see the rCopBsrative Statesent of Operating AvragBes.
SHonrevernue ton-wlles included in divLBOr.
Includes New Orleans, Tease & Mesico By. o,.; So. LoDtI, Brownsville & Mexico Ry. Co.; Beaumont, Bour Lake & Heetern By. Co.; and Orangs & lorthwesten. R. R. Co.
Avelrages for 1932 based on combined return of the Miasourl-Elnasa-Texau R. R. Oo., Missourt-laneae-lexas R. R. Co. of Texas, and Beaver, Heade & Englewood R. R. Co. Trr U R o.
Averages based on returns that include the Michigan Central 2. R. COo.; leveland, OninnatL, Chicago & S. Lo-os Ry. Co.; Otncirnatti Nortnern R. R. Co.; and Evaneville, Indianapols & Ter n Sen acuiry. o.d
the properties of these companlee having been leased to he lee York Central R. R. Co., effective February 1, 1930: and the lteser a Detlaware R. R. Co., the property of tots comps a n g been acquired
byUnion he ork ePa R. R. O., efftl..........ve Februaryy 1, 192
/ Includes Penneylvana R. R. Co.: West Jer.ey & Seehore R. Co.: Penn.sylvani & Atlantic R. R. Co.; Roelyn Conn ec.tin R. 4o.; P bthlalphis A Beach Ha.ven R. R Co.; Ohio Rlver & We n Co.; and
Wayneabu.rg & Waehngton R. R Co., exceop that 1932 olst retunsa for the Ohio Rtver & Western Ry. Co., whicb wa2 abandoned.
Waynesburg A Washingtlon R. R Co., except that 1932 a-its retauas ror trro 01.1a River A W85%ern By. Co., which as abamdaned.






















IS INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE V--rNI REVENUES NNIr COSTS. AND RELATED A. ERAGE'S. BY DISTRICIS AND REGIONS AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS' I STEAM RAILWAYS OR SBTrLEMS. FOR TBE YLARS 1013 1IP -CUntinued U

-Ratio of witotog t Orerponding Pae;nger service
DFright trglaft rrad train eoaenaee moeosed secounts) penese per
Distrlt, region and railway on r reight Paenger ar-mile
-1_3_ 19r MT


ioutern diltrlot ................................
hgland riglon ...............................
sonal LM region ................................
Central EIarnm raegoa ..........................
Southern dltst rit ..... ..................... ......
Poohbonte a region ..........................****
Southern re lOn .................................
Iestesr ditrlot ...................................
rorihstbterm region ...............................
Oentral western region ............................
Bouthastero region ................................
All dietr ...ts...............................
Altoo R. B. Co. l ..................................
AGotton,. Topeka A Banta I. r. Co.
(lnnluding Panhandle A1 Asnta e l. Co.) ...........
Itlanti Ooast Line R. R. Co. .......................
Baltlitore Ohio R. Co. ........................
IsuT. rAi Lake rioe R. R. ...............
Boston A MAI Ri. R. B. .......................
Central or Georgia li. Co. ..........................
Central K R. 0Co. aof E Jersey .....................
ChesapeatL Ohio lI. Co. .......................
Chblsgo & Eastern IllnoB.i Co......................
Chicago IA orth Weisrn rp. Coo. ......................
Oh iogo, Burlington 1 Quinoy R. R. Co. ................
Chloago rat resterna R R. .....................
Obloago, IoIlasapolle A Louiillel Ry. Co .............
Chloago, Milwaukee. t. Paul A Paioflo R. R. Oa. 5/ .
Obiago, Root Island 1 Poific By. Co.
(Iocluding Chlosgo, Rook Inland A Gulf yI. Co.) ....
Ohbiaosgo, St. Paul, Minneapol s& Oa f. CoA O...ah
Cinoonati, im Orlans A Tasxe Paolflo B. Co.a...
Colorsado Southern Ry. Co. .........................
Dlauur Budlon R. F. orpraton / ............
Dalaare, Lack annLn A Weetern R. R. o......... .. .
Dbnvaer A Rio Grands aetern Rf. Co. ...............
Detroit, TolIdo 1 Ironton R. R. Co. .................
Dululh, MIRsbe A lorthern Ry. Co. j ............
Elgin, Joltet A Eastror Ry. Co. .....................
Irli R. R. Co.
(Inlusing Chicago A Erie R. R. Co.) ...............
Grand Trunk Western R. Co....................
Great Northern ly. Co ...............................


orI a. n


11 r.


I /i In 1


9e mI \ Qn.


-1.2 I 3.2


wr.0 g ,W 4 .s By 1, o-,t ~V T.f T.B-n7. 7.--7- 6 6.6T 2k. :6 .
S7 609 11. 11 10.9 11.. 10. .2.. 26.1 ?j.: 2 .3
. 3:.16 } 3 .77 2? 7 .?5 6:6 67. 69.? 6.9 66.7 11. ll.6 11.3 10.7 110. 2.2 31.5 3 33.30 33.6
3.90 2.2 7267.2 210-',4-.S4-ii54 25.6
6::61 4, .17-5 -.3 .2 N. 2.7 2;2 261 73
753 6.61 56'5 4.99 4.91 6.0 "1.5 5. 7 7.9 7.: 7 A i .5 73 7.
5.91 7.02 6 1 0 4.03 1.0 ,2.7 t 2,5 .6 2 25. 27 45.9.3 2

.,l 7..b 3 2. ,. 7.. 29.6 29.1 30.8
5.14 11.70 3.8) 3.21 3.1 U9.8 5,.0 525. 52.5 50.7 9.1 9.1 8. s 8 .6 25.3 27.7 1 9.0 30.0 30.1


7.53
7.99
11.36
5.95
?.95




7.2


2:





3.53
2.65
6.30
6.1:


1.30


10.63


6.76
6.28
8.68
5.35
3.88
9.87
1.40
2.47
7.97


10.g9
5.21
5.33

6."
3.30



l.91
3. 3


5.92


.96
4.80
.95


5.32
5.28
28
.86
3.29
8.93
1.15
2.01
6.51
2.91
3.88

3.90


:6?
5.16
2.02

1.90
4.72
2.19
.15

.59
4.12
1.t5
46.49


AI I


5.06





6.67
6.75




2.501
5.27


7.67
2.3:


4.67




4.06
1.52
.12
.47
3.61
2.91
3.77


16.83

6.90
3.57
.77
2.51
7.71
.94
1.55
5.28
2.34
}.54
7.'
1311

u.67
2.22



166

.15
.50
3.62


67.0

z6.0
58:8


49.5


2:1
67.1


38.0
52.3
50.3

114.. 8
51.,
I:2



44.5
61.9
146.6
50.1
11.9


63.0

7.6
45:5
58.:




77.3



50.9
51.7


50:1



_:9

61.9
172.6
52.3


61.5


578.
57.0


51.4
6.1
82.6
511.6
50.2
38.0
50.3
52.0

43.9



39.6
66.'
41.0
4:2
202.4


37.3


58.4

46:?
56.0
29.3

46.6

79.9

9:5

50.8

41.6
52.2




41.1
16.0
56.4
174.2
54.3
,1:1


57.4,










429.3
.2.


169.1






39.3


3:;9
166.2
50.7


6.6
7.0
5.6


8.8
11.6
10.9
4.2
8.1
7.1
T:z
9.3



1.2


12.1




9.:

4.9
5.7


5.8


13.0
6.:
8.1
1.2
9.0
2.3
9.0


9.7


41.
12.8
2.5
4.6
11.2
12.3




:14
5.9


4.8s
6.6
6.4
12.2
7.16

6.7
10.1
8.2
2.5


99.3
12.1
10.0

7.7
12:1
2.9
5.0
10.5
12.1



8.1
5.0
5.9


1.9
5.6
5.1
11.6
2.1
7.9
6.5


9.5


10.1

7.6
9.9
12.1
3.0


1.7

11.6
2.2
1.1

:1
7.2
5.3
9.1
5.4
,1:2
9.9


9:2
11.2
3.3


5.6 5.7
10.2 9.8
11.7 10.5
1.3 1.6


7.7 7.6
5.6 5.6


23.9
21.0
20,4
25.3
141.5
33.1
21.4
35:4
25.7
24.2
21.4
27.7


26.3

3i.

39.7
29.7
22.0
42.9
92.2


26,0


I ____ I ____ I


27.2
22,6
22.6
131.9
35.1

4:6
23.5
26.7


27.5
27.8
28.2

26.6
25.3



391
21:1


75.1




31.-
27,1


29.6
23.6
22.9
31.1
87.1
3s.6
23.5

52.)
26.6


25.9




31.5
29.5


2,96
69.9
70.1
52.3


29.6


29.4 30.8
21.O 25.4
?1.2 24.9




96 39








257
25.0 a6.9

25.2 25.7






1 28.2103?





70.9 75.1
36.6 61.3
2.1 "A.
70.9 75.1
36.6 61.3
30.7 31.4


SRallway having freight revenue in eooese of (10,000,000. For additional related averages, see the COoparative Statement of Operating AwIrages.5
Averages for 1931 based on oombined returns of toe Chicago A& Alon R. Oo. and Alton R. R Co.
Average based onr returns that itoludo the Buffalo a SBuquehanna R. R. Corporation and Buffalo. Roohoeter & Pittsburgh Ry. Co., the properties of these onmpanteb having been leased to the Baltiore
A Ohio R. i. Co., effeotte January 1 1932.
Averagee based on returned that include the Rocking Valley R,. Co., the property of this company having been acquired by the Cneeapeake A Ohio Ry. Co., effective May 1, 1930.
Aveargee for 1928 based on oomblned return of the Chioago, Milwaukee & It. Paul Ru. Co. and the Chloago. Mlwauike, St. Paul & Paolfic R. R. Co.
Average for 1930 based on combined returns of the Delaware & Rudon Co. and Delaware A Rudson R. R. Corporation.
Averages based on returns that tLnlude the Duluthb Iron Range R. R. Co., the property of thle company having been leased to the Duluth, Ileeabe & Norlhern Ry. Co., effeative Jnuary 10, 190.


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE V-UN-T REVENUES UNIT COSTS. AND RELAtED AVERAIGEO RBY DISTRICr A'JD REGIONS. AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS. FOR THE YEARS 1 'J2-1)2 -Continued 1/

rreliht traffic Raio or ithtinga to correspond
DlsLrlot, region and railway elxpnnne per road train expenm pRted cou ) e
ton carrnid Traight Passenger o-aHil
--------r-- I-- ^pr: o^r cent* zr r Pr orgror
193i 199, 0 195 19 28 1932 1931 |P ns) ]d: 1 19di 193d I 1 0 P t 30:2 9 33.


(Inoluding Tasoo A lis aIsilppi Talley R. H. o00.).. .90 4.76 4.22 2 .64 .76 45.7 4.4 49.8 50.7 50.1 10.4 11.0 10.1 10.6 10.6 22.0 25.1 S6.2 Eg -i
Iternatilonal-Oreat Northern R. R. Oo. ............. 5.90 3.39 5.30 a 53 :.28 45.9 -.3 53.8 57.3 55.5 3:8 .: 4.7 4:4 4.2 22.6 255 25.7 2569 :
Kanas Clty Soothern By. Co.
(Ilaludinc liearkan r t. Sunth my. Go.) ........ 9.85 7.37 6.79 6.36 5.91 57.9 63.2 59.1 58.8 54.0 2.0 1.2 1.7 2.0 2.3 25.6 25.1 26.0 .0 E
Lehigh Valle R. R. on. .............................. 6.5 5.16 11.57 3.76 3.68 57.3 55.6 52.1 49.9 42.1 14 12. 11.3 11.1 10. 23 26.1 26.1
Long Islind R. R. ............................. .29 1. 1.06 92 83 .6 7.9 9. 94.0 4 1 46 4 2
Los Ag & Bat La R. .................. .98 6.2 468 65 182 20 225 25.02 267 3 1 4. 4.0 4 9 2. 2
Loulnlle A ashvTlle R. R. o. ................... .60 4.16 3.32 2.9 53.1 54. 53.5 53.0 52.4 5. 5.6 5.7 4.a 41 22. 25.8 d.R 4 .
in Central R. R. .............................7 1.63 1.69 1.36 20.7 21.9 9.2 1.0 7. 7.9 .5 6.5
lnnpol I t.............. Louis R. B. o. .............. .... 6.59 5.0 55, j 1 7.6 61 1 39i 40 19. 3133
9.26 9 5.0 5. 8. 72 3 1 612.77 29 .6
Minneapolsl. at. Paul A1 aul t... Marie o... '7.51 5.93 11.37 34 3.34 10. 1.3 .9 6 5.: 5:5 6.3 6, 2, 27.1. 539 .
MiLiourli-anusa-Texam R. R. Co.
(Inoluding Missourl-Kansmeexas H. R. Do. of
TM u ) P .t... ......... ................... 10.51 .97 7.0 6. 5.48 0.7 2.0 1.5 7.2 7.6 7.5 6.6 5.7 6.0 19.8 21.9 .7 27
or o R. ......................... 7.66 6.57 5.7 5.66 53 40 43.5 5 .1 .7 3.7 3.9 .0 .5 3 1. 24.1 1 29.9 .
mobile & Ohio R. R. Go. ............................. 1797 15.25 11. 3 9.3 9.19 39.4 .4 4 .7 4.9 72.7 2.5 .3 2 24.5 25.9 .1 27.5 2
Nashvlle Chbaianoga o t. Louis Ry. .............. 1.116 11.63 9.13 8.30 8.73 55.7 58.8 57.4 55.2 53.7 12.9 12.2 9.7 .6 1 9.2 24.0 26.1 28.5 28.1 29.7
Wee Tori pentral H. o. Do.
(l.nludlng Boston A Albany H. R. Co.) ............ 5.01 4.87 3.88 2.77 2.81 5.3 73.0 75.7 72.1 13.6 13. 13. 12.9 1.8 20 25. 26.1 26.
..e lork, Chicago A It. Louts H. t. Do. ............. .53 7.26 5.72 4.1 .1 5. 17.7 52.9 9 .4 9 2 30.5 29.6 M: R ,.I
New Tork, s.w Haven & Bautrorst R. Co. ............ 2.92 70 2.1 2.19 1.9 7. 70.1 8 .5 8 87 7. 8. 4 .
,orfolk etern D r. Co. ............................ 3. 3 2.50 1.5 2.04 3.1 3. 34. 3.7 3.3 12.2 11.8 1. 31.9 33.9 5 4
northern Paolio o. .......................... .25 6.86 5.21 4. 4.16 46.4 46.3 6.5 45.1 7.2 7.2 7.3 7.2 30. 33.0 3. 3.3 3.5
Oroego Short LIne R. R. Oo..........................3.5 3.93 3.16 3 2.90 3.0 37. 36.8 35.1 31.3 10.0 9. 9.0 9.6 2. 27.0 27.2 7.
Pennsylvlania Syte ta ..............................07 3.63 3.10 2.5 2.59 66.1 70.1 71.2 71.2 9.1 4.4 1. 11.7 1 13.0 2.2 29.6 30.7 1. 2.7
Pare Marquette Ro. ......................... 5.98 5.5 7 3.33 3.1 593 59.9 .1 59. 10.7 9.5 .5 86 30.7 3. 3. 1.
Pi ugb La iI R. R. A.. .................. 1. .93 .59 61 1. 11.3 197. 201.1 19. 11.9 9.7 7. 51.9 5. .
1am201 1 2. 3 .8 .7

Reading ........................................ 1.66 1. 127 1.17 1.03 62 68.5 71.9 6.7 10.9 10.8 10.3 10.2 9.9 44.0 516 55. 55.5 51.5
St. Louls-ean rance.ao II. o. ................... 6.57 5.43 3.96 3.60 3.86 41.1 46.1 46.7 44.1 42. 5.1 5.4 5.2 5.6 5.6 26.8 24.6 27.6 27.6 27.2
Bt Loult ouithetern Rp. Co.
1Inaluding It. Louis Southwestern Hp. Co. of
).........................................20.70 16. 15 73 4.01 29.5 31. 29.1 29.1 29. 13.9 11.1 10.2 11.6 9.2 33.4 32. 35.0 40.7 40.1
Seaboard Ir Line .. 13.01 31 3.9 40.1 40.9 40.2 5.0 0 5.1 5.2 5. 2.7 2 2 2 26.
Bout"hern am.. o................................... 41 79 0 4.47 7.0 47.1 7.2 6.6 7.9 7.6 8.0 8. 7.5 2.1 25. 5.7 27. 27.
Bouthn o o. ............................... .74 5334 3. 33.7 33.8 2.5 7.3 7.3 7.6 7.6 7. 2 27.5 29.7
TexIs A Mew Orleans R. R. Oo. .....................10.01 7.6 6.4 5.80 51.9 52.7 51.4 49.2 47.5 8.4 7.6 7.3 7.0 8.3 22.6 3.7 26.1 26.5 2.
Tie A Paclio D. o. .............................7.60 5.114 5.16 .6 3.91 39.6 33.5 35.9 6.9 7.8 .0 7.5 22 .9 2 .
UIon Paclifi R. R. Do............................. 5.17 1.55 4.o6 4.07 14.00 3.6 35.2 33.7 32.9 31.6 7.0 6.3 5.9 5.7 5.8 15.3 20.4 21.1 22.2 20.6
Virglnlin y. Co. .................................. 2.2 1.98 1.51 1.28 1.37 23.5 2.2 2 .0 24.2 24.2 2.1 1.9 1.7 1.5 1.5 33.0 33.4 31.3 32.1 34.1
Wabsh R. Co. ................................1... 10.4 10-.9 7.36 6.5 5.82 51.4 60.3 53.4 52.8 52.8 5.6 6.4 6. 6 6.2 251 26.2 27.0 26.3 28.
.abotorn sryln. B. o. ............................ .07 70 3. 265 .2 32. 3.1 3.3 30. 4.2 3.5 3. 4. 4.3 56.2 57.0 70.0 5
on:ern Paollo R. R O ........................... 13 15.14 12.22 11. 10.3 2 2 24.0 22.1 21.7 21.3 1.1 .9 .9 22 4 28 4
S.........3.42 2.7 2. 2.19 6. 7.1 3.5 .2 79.9 2.6 .6 2 22 7 53. 2 42.5

Railways having freight revenue In eOaOes of 10,000.000. For Bdditlono related averages. as the Comparatlve S statement of Operating Averages.'
Inoludes lo Oilsans, Texas A Mezloo Ry. 0o.1 St. Loul Brownsville & Meloo Sy. Go.; Beaumont, Boar Lake & Western Ry. Co.; and Orange & Worthsnetrn R. R. Co.
Averages for 1932 based on combined returns of the KMinourT-lsan e-Te~ i R. R. Co. Missourt-ansas-Texas R. R. Co. of Texas, and Baver, Heado A Englewood H. R,. o.
Averages based on turns that include the Michigan Central R. R. Do.; Ole;oland, l1noinnati, Chioago A Bt. Louie Ry. Co.; Canoinnati northern R. R. Co.; and Evansntle, Indianapolls Terre Haute Ry. On.,
the properties of these ompanite having been leased to the lew Tork Central R. R. 00., effective february 1, 1930, and the meter A Doeulare R. R. Do., the property of this oompany having been aoqulad
by the How York Central R. R. Co., offeaottn february 1, 1932.
/ Includen Penneylvania R. R. Co.; West Jersey 1 Beashore R. R. o.; Perne.llanla & Atlantic R. H. Go.: Roeslyn Conneotlng R. R. Go.; Philadelphia & Beach Haven R. R. Co.; Ohio River & Western Ry. Co.; and
Waynesburg & Washington R. R. Oo., Bzoopt that 1932 omlts returns for the Ohio River & Western Ry. Go.. whloh was abandoned.


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50 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
31rWo BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE V-UNIT REVI.''. L- 1'. II U, l. A' I' REL.\IEl, \F LR.ALL B1 DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I L\ 3I R.IL .\AIt OR i .TL)L3Js fR I B \IL\S I:'32- 1092 -or,linued il

Passenger servloe train Average journey Passenger revenue per paseonger-mile
relvnua per passenger peT
District, region and railwh tralts Oar-etla passenger Oomm.utatloo Other than comnl tion
I (Cente JleeJ ent (rentr)

ern district 2 .2. 1.... ........... .... 7. 28.06 28.7 2.52 )O. 00.1 1.6 1.05 1.08 1.10 1.10 2.98 .5 6 1 .67 35
1.o 5^ 3Z.12 'I 9 1*2 07.0 J.2. 1 02 1.03 7 3.6? 3.2S
s, Engaind region ................................. ,.,1 f7.3 *L *At *o ., 8.,1 .% 3A. 1.6 4 2. 1.,.d J.~ ,.6 J.,
Great Lakes region ...................... ....7.... 2 25.; 2%.1 3'*.' 3 3.20 .1 .5 100 102 1.03 3.o 33 3
Central Eastern region ............................ 2?.M 28.5 32.8 6 36. 7 2.33 2 .57 21.51 26.52 26. 7 1.05 1 1.0 1.09 1.09 2.63 3.17 :.4 3.36
outhera di rlt ............................... 1. 22.2 27. 5 49.2 U 7.07 I .4 9.51 51.5 1.27 1.2} 1.29 1.j 1.J0 .9 1 .
Poo souta region ..................... 6....... .... I 1 9 70 s.- L.Sf .? 1.9 L.T .b .
other region ................................... 15.3 1.6 ?. 26.7 27.3 7.2 415.03 '6.1 3 .39 10o. 1.2 7 1 .?7 1.29 1.30 1.30 2.11. 3.10 3.?5 1.35 5.-3
Western diatric .................................... 16.' 19.. 21.2 -7.1 96., 6?.8 '06 b2.0u .9" 1.1" 1.O 1.* 1.1"6 1.19."r o d.- i.Ubs' i.
,ob-s o.rt'lreion... .......'............. .1 1t'
17 /, "' ""' I .
Central seriro region.. ......... .......17.2 20.7 23.9 ?7.1 '6.9 57.21 6.7' 1.1? 71.07 69.99 .96 .95 .99 1.00 .99 2.37 2.62 2.89 ".96 3.02
Sou.thetern region .............................. 15 17. 21.7 26. 17.3 132.02 .6 115.60 '9.77 7 1.1.7 1.7 1 .51 2.29 2.3 3.06 .15 3.19
All district .............................. 20.0 23.5 27,0 31.5 31.4 35.111 36.71 38.l11 9.81 39.99 1.07 1.06 1.09 1.10 1.11 2.70 3.06 3.25 3.29 3.31
Alion R. R. Co. / ................. ................ .3 26.1 19.1 34.6 32.7 130.41 130.17 125.78 120.34 112.96 .76 .78 .41 .43 .87 2..7 2.73 3.02 3.19 3.27
Atohison, Tcpese& S i.ri Fe By Co. -0.
tnoIadg MPanhanle S na F Ry. Co.) .......... 16.C7 2MO. 2.2 .8 367.12 353.92 27.17 500.q8 gO.57 1.05 1.O. 1.1 1.17 1.19 2.56 .83 2.7 3.06 3.1
Alantlo Coast Line R. R. Co. ....................... 16.5 1.. 0. 22.9 19.60 188.5. 16.95 17.2 1330 1.5 1. 1.66 1.60 1.66 .77 35 3.5 3.
Baltliore A Ohio R. R. Co. 3/ ................... 16.1 19. 2.1 26.. ?6.0 112.95 96.51 8.03 77.32 71.58 1.03 1.02 1.0 1.07 1.10 2.50 2.98 3.11 3.19 3.2
Besseer A Lake re R. .. ..... 12. 1.5 16.5 19.1 ?0.2 11.51 12.e 16.99 1 .10 1.38 1.26 1.6 1. 2E0 2.51 2.4 2.81 2.
Bot Ao & saie R. R. ................................ 30.) 34.5 4.7 4.3. 44.u 19.54 20.51 21.03 21.35 21.37 1.3 1.35 1.36 1.38 1.38 3.28 3.15 3.49 3.50 3.50
Central of GeorgLa Ry. Co. .......................... 13. 16.5 18.6 22.1 2.9 66.32 71.2 b69.16 i,.7 tn.91 .83 .8' .58 .51 3.16 3.16 3.16 3.16 3.12
Central R. R. Co. of i- Jersey ..................... .0.9 39 1.. '5.7 6.1 0.30 18.6 17.29 17.22 17.5 .99 1.01 1.05 1.07 1.07 2 .1 .89 3.11 .10 3.05
he 15 1 30.1 8..6 '.:e 1..,
Chesapeak A Ohio ly. Co. ......................... 15.1 14.7 i22. 30.9 30.1 8. 68.59 61.21. 7.01 3 1.5 1.13 1.17 1.15 1.15 1.16 2.76 I.2Z 3.36 3.38 3.39
Ci o I Eaer Illino Co. .............. 17.9 21.0 1) .6 29.1 28. 90. 7 82.51 7.77 75.13 70.5 1.Od 1.27 1.28 1.23 1.24 2.06 2.46 2.79 .00 3.08
Cnlsago a Horth seetern By. Co. ................. 1.7 21.8 26.5 29.7 8.4 30.25 30.91 31.70 )4.1.4 3.48 1.15 1.17 1.20 1.21 1.22 ?.50 2.85 3.07 3.22 3.26
Cnl: go, Burlington & Qulnoy P. B. .o. .............. 16. 19.5 22.7 ?6.0 26.2 Z.56 17.96 509 ,1.92 ,2.O .98 .98 1.00 1.01 1.02 2.53 2. 3 2.97 3.01 3.0
Chicago Great Western R. B. Oo. .................... 1.5 2. 27.6 25.5 1-7.29 177.37 160.78 178.6 125.98 1.72 1.76 1.71 1.7 1.7 .56 .00
Chisego. lodtanapoli &A LaOuleil. e F4. Co. ...........18. 22.7 7.7 .7 116.51 133.7 110.05 102.60 92.01 1.00 1.17 .72 .64 .6 2.51 3.10 3.31 3.40 3.2
Chblcgo, Milaukee, St. Paul & Pacific R.R. Co. .... 15.9 19.3 21.5 25.7 26.1 749.5 7.0 73.92 76.89 81.50 .93 .93 .95 .97 .98 2.50 2.87 3.10 3.16 3.1
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacifio Ry. Go.
(Inelding Crtcago, Roca Island & Gulf y. Co.).... 15.9 19.5 2P.0 2. 2'.0 I1. 70 4 .47 .26 51.26 52.2i 1.17 1. 2 1. 2 1.5 1.26 2.55 2.90 3.09 3.18 3.25
Cicago, S. Pa. Minneapolls A Omaha By. o. ...... 5 19.6 23.3 26. 26.9 122.92 126.99 117.81 10.7 96. 2.16 .0 2.52 2.35 2.33 2.58 2.96 3.15 3.21 3.30
Cinoinnati, ie. Orleans & Texas Pasofli By. Co. .. 1.1 1.1 20.0 2 26. 10.9 6 12.26 9 15.51 .7 .75 .7 2.62 .1 3.22 3.27 3.31
Colorado & Bouthern By. Co. ......................... 1.3 20.1 21.2 26.2 25.7 16.29 133.70 131.12 13.59 126.68 2.80 2.62 2. 2.6 2. 2.51 3.2 5.05 3.07 3.22
Delaare & Hudson R. R. Corporsmaon .............. 25.1 9.0 3'3. 37.7 35.0 38.21 38.46 57.60 3(.83 35.1 1.26 1.?8 1.28 1.28 1.28 3.26 3.16 3..8 5.50 }3.
Daelaare, Lachawanna A Western B. R. Co. ............ 29.1 1. .2 33 .9 21.55 21.07 21.2 22.32 22.1 1.13 .97 1.00 1.01 1.0 2.60 3.06 .25 3.2 3.0
Denwar & lo Grands Wes ernm R. Co. ............... 6.9 18.3 23.2 27.0 2:.8 24 6.1 276.57 255.08 27'.92 234.91 2.00 1.97 1.98 1.81 2.39 2.56 2.53 2.61
Detroit. loledo & ITonton R. H. Jo................... 9.6 11.8 13.7 0 24J.1 2.12 3.0k 4b3.)3 6.66 7.7 2.9 2.97 2.9 302 .0
Duluth, Lieabe & Nortnern By. Co. I.5 ............... 8.3 9.5 11.5 16.6 15.5 3).98 1.56 L1.15 1.57 '0.9 2.26 2. 3 2.39 2.46 2.46
E1gin, Joliet & Lastern R.. Co. ..................... 36.0 27.12 11.00 8..01 52.76 2.60 3.00 3.91 5.16 3.?8
lo udir. Chic ga Ie R. F. o.) .............. 2.0 2. 6 7.. ?78.5 20.18 21.17 21.65 21.5 21.72 .91 1.02 1.0 1.07 1.09 2.1 3.00 3.13 3.1 3.16
Grand Trunkn western B. R. Co ...................... 1 16. 1.6 9 26.0 7.9 109.9 10.11 126.59 112.09 1.2 1.2 1.26 1. 1. 2. .1 3.12 3.0 .07
Oreat BorLtern By. Do. ............................ 15.6 18.6 21. 27.5 26.1 19.29 201.68 172.32 161.67 16.59 1.9 1.66 1.6 1.67 1.71 2.110 2.80 .04 3.07 3.13

Rallways hbaing freight revenue Ir excess of 810,000,000. For additional related average, see the Jo.pWretlre Statement of Operating Averagses.
Average for 19)1 based oa combined return of tie Coicago a Alton R. P Co. and Alton R. Co.
SAerages base. on retu -n tr.at include the Bufralo a Suequenar'na R. R Corporation and BufRilo, Poclester 8 Pittebllurgh y. Co.johe j ronertiei of these om owowres haring been leased to the Baltimore & Ohio
R. R. Co., effective January 1. 1932.
Average based on reatl-e that include the Hocking Valley Ry. Co., the aronerty of this company hasrny' been acquired by the ObesaBoeae & "-'blo By. Do., effective May 1, 1930.
Average. for 1928 based or. cnomlted returns of trie Chicaro. Mil ;akee & St. Pail Ry. Co. and the Chlcogo, Millaukree, St. Pa J a Paciric R. Go.
SAverases for 1930 based on combined returne of the Delaware A Hulson Co. Mani Delaware A Hdrsorn. qR corporation.
SAverapes based on returns that include the Duluth A Iror Ranfre B Co., the Trooerty of this com y ny having been leased to the Dul.ith, MlesaB e & ortnern Ry. Co., efiectle JantLary 10, 1930.




















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE V-UNIT RLV'ENL1.<, iNIT rlI.I<. AND RELATED AVERAGES. BY DISTRII.TS AND REGIONS AND FOR SELECTED
IL.\1, I SiE.\A1 RAIL.AlkS OR SYSETMS. FOR THL IEARS 1032- 1908 --r o0ui3ud .V


District. region and rallt&y


Gulf Coc't Lina 2. ........... ........... ..
Gulf Colorado Banta Fe Ry. o .... ....
Illinois Central R R. Co.
(InoluU ng Yuoo A MIaLtelppl Valley R. Co.)
Internattonal-Orea t ortberr R. G. o ............
Kansa City Boubthrn Ry. Co.
(Ino uding Tearklana & Fr. a1lth Ry. go.) .......
LehI g laU ley R R C o. ....... .................
Long Island R R. Oo. .. ......... .
Los Angelses 6 alt Lake R Co. ................
Louleville I& lhb ll e R. R. Co..................
aIne Central R R. Co... .................. ..
lnneaponlle a R o....... .......
Hlnneapolla 8t Paul Sault Ste Marlea y Co.
Mlesourl-KEansa-Toess R. R. Co.
(IncluiAng Ulsourl- aneIcTezs R. R. Co. of
Teas) .. ...
MleI court Paoillo I. R. Co...... ... .............
Mobile & Ohio R. R. Co. ........... ..........
lasbollis. Chatlanooga A Bt Loul RBy............
INe York Ceonral R. R. .
(Inoludlng BoIton & Albiay t. n. Co.) 4.I........
ae York, Ghloago A Bt. Louis R. A. Co............
NYe York leo Haven & Bartford R. R. o. ..........
Norfolk i Weotero Rj. Co ...............
Northern Palfilo Fty. Co .............. .........
Oregon Bhort Llne R. R. Do. .......................
Oregon-wahblnogon R R. a & Lgatilon GO. ........
PonMsl)vri.l Sytem an/ ...........................
Pere Marquette Ry. C. ...........................
Pl burgh Laze r R R. ..................
Reading Co ...... ...............................
St. Louls-BSn Francisoo Ry. Co...................
St. Louis Southwesterr Ry Co.
LTInouding BS. Louri Southwestern Ry. Co. of
Beaboard Air Line Ry.Co. ........................
Southern Ry. Co. .............................
Southern Paoltlf Co. ...........................
Teas a iow Orleman R. R. o...................
Texas I Paolflo Ry. CO. .......................
Untlo PnoLIIo R. R Co. .......................
Tlrginlan Rl. Co ............................ ...
""bsh R7. Co. ..................................
western Marylmad Ry. Co. ..........................
1ectern Paolfi R. R Co. ................... ....
Wheello g A Lake Erie Ry. Co. ......................


Pamaenger earvroe tralD
revenue per paesaoger
train oar-mlla


11.2 14.5
13.5 16.1
17.7 20.1
12.7 16.3

13.3 14.8
17.7 21.0
45.2 47.5
11.4 I 8.4
14.3 17.8
28.4 33.2
15.7 18.8
11.5 17.6


13.5 16.2
13.8 17.1
12.5 15.5
16.6 19.4
22.8 I 26.7
13.6 16.1
48.4 53.1
14.b 17.6
15.8 18.6
14.6 17.4
15.8 18.9
24.7 28.5
18.7 23.
22.2 25.

16.7 17.8

10.6 1.0
1 1.01
1 .1 16.1
12.0 1 .8
21.0 2 :.5
15.2 19.0
17.6 20.9
14.9 17.7
8.0 10.4
15.5 18.9
17.5 20.9
1.4 10.1
14.4 19,1


18.8
20.5
24.0
19.1


24.4
51.3
20.7
21.9
37.6
20.5
21.3


20.5
21.1
17.4
23.3
30.2
17.9
58.6
21.5
20.9
20.0
20.4



23.3


17.5

27.2
24.1
24.5
19.7
12.7
22.3
26.2
15.5
19.9
1


21.8 21.5
25.8 25.8

27.5 28.2
23.1 23.3

23.2 22.7
28.4 28.9
54.5 52.4
22.8 21.6
27.7 29.5
45. 41.6
2.2 22.8
26.9 26.2


2.0 204.9
2. n 25.5
2. 22.1
28.1 29.7
55.1 )5.5
19.9 19.9
b6.6 67.4
21 '".1
27.8 27.1
2b.1- 26.3
23.0 22.8
38. 38.8
31.4 29.6
5.5 38.2
35.1 36.8

28.7 28.7

253. 23.1
22.0 21.0
31.5 1.4
30.1 9.6
28. 27.6
29. 30.6
22.2 21.9
16.0 19.1

28.8 27.6
30.7 29.7
18.7 19.4
25 2 .9


-7


A eragee journey
pan'seger
ra lnr 1 55 r 1I lomn 1 1f a 1 Q9r


70.11
128.25
19.43
142.47

11'.13
105.68
16.23
379 01
'17.32
0.90
173.26


163.82
118.21,
93-54
135.88
44.83

1.0
202.78

139.30
201.75
35.81
111.07
241.48
18.62

133.79

82.69
174.38
128.83
38.14
229.25
159.05
382.3
23.21
148.284
26.84
365.6
52.6


70.08
116 89
19. 42
139.70

i05.20
98.31
16.08
355-77
89.99
65.146
69.32
186.09


153.86
125.68
70. 23
109.52
47.29
186.51



114.92
202.19
36.69
108.00
22.69
18.06
120.51

75.65
175.87
l 14

217.74
129.04
2.65
3 7
2.2
372.15
L52.:0


I I


IMlles)
75.03
112.05
20.09
141.12

101.65
88.73
16.00
297.47
82.13
64.66
67.25
163.78


145.45
6.59
92.88



.58
1 .08

1852:11
36. 59
1228.6
18.26

118.25



11.461
44.13
a18.48
17 .10
311.91
20.53
122.99
20.99
361.27
48.3b


75-95
102.83
21.52
133.79

95 33
83.1"
15.92
276.57
77 65
62.16
150.41


136.39
62.84
72.50

53.44
150.b7
10.55
62.05
1666
131.64
170.94
102.2


108.53




45.50

1o37.91
20.68

118.62
27.18
1 21
45.9:



4-5.94


72.88

22.61
128.06

78.04
79.65
15.81
281.60
71.75

60.19
138.17


132.06
101.79
60.57
68.12

5).74
135 52
29.58
58.49
157.93
1 537
10.72
36.23
102.01
22.05
17.06
102.93

S5. .72
124.92
101.13
45.?2
16.538
158.50
501.99
20.22
112.87
26.58
369.79
38.27


Passenger revenue par paaneager-el i


ComutazLon


1912 1 1

1.40 1.33

1.30 1.30



1.37 1.48B
.91 .90
1.04 1.01
.B0 .87
2.05 2.23
1.39 1
1.82 1.99



1.40 1.42
.71 .99
1.04 1.08
1.01 .95
2.19 1.98
1.? 1.25
1.49 1.51
1.78 1.82


1.2 1.4
1.11 1.14
1.31 1.32

1.37 .140



.80 .
.94 1.1

1.20


1.88
1.08 1.11
1.01 1.01

1.03 1.38


111W 1929 1928
(Centie








1:4 1I .921:06
.89 .96 1.01
2.19 2.19 2.16
o 1.39 I.:6
1.20 1.39 1.146
2.13 I 2.10 .98
-







.75 .97 .9
1.20 .85 .87

1.87 1:.86 1.:97
1.25 1.27 1.28
S1. 1.86 1.8




1.86 1.87 1.89
1.17 1.21 1.23
1.3 1.36 1.4.0
1.43 1."5 1.47



1.10 .83 .80
.86 : .90
.95 .96 .92
1.09 1.10 1.05

2.01 1. 1.93
L.1 1..1 1. 14

1.47 1.49 1.45
*I 9 *2


Other than oMaEutation
19 1| I M1 I l129 19GetA


2.62
2.65
2.87
2.82

2.69
2.92
3.28

2.81
2.81
2.73




2.71
2.93





2.67
2.62
3.33
2.92
2 .94
2.80

2.97



2.63

2.:8

2.58
2.91
2.20
2.81


(Gontl)
2.85
2.90
).13
2.95

2.74
3:.
3.20

2.92
2.92


.27 3.24
.12 1.14
3.00 3.11
3.37 3.59

.:A2 I :2
3.71 3.70
3.30 3.3
3.01 3. 5


3.11 3.13

3.09 3.21
3.06 3.38





292 2.94
3.10 3.:
3.01 3.11
2.89 2.98
3.4 2.55
?.5 2. 7
3.01 2.98


Railways having frelgna revenue in oeoecS of (10 000.000. For additional related averaguo sOe the *CompaUratlt BStaement of Operatling Aeragesl
o inoludeu N.w Orien, Ta. & uezmoo Ry. Go.; Bt. Loule Bron.svllle A Mico By. o.; ,Beumont. Bour Lake 1e15ern Ry. .and Orange Northeetern ". K Go.
Sverages for 1932 ba&ud on oomblned return of the Mlaeourt-lunes-Taexa R. R. Co., Hilourl-Kansao-Texas R. R. Co. of Texa. and Besar WHeuoe o -gl wood .n-, IRdi aCool A Torre But Ry.
SAverNge based on return tht include the Mtohigun Central R. R. Oo.; Cleveland. incinnatl, Obhiago & St. Louls y. Co.; 0Inoannatl orthe nR. R. Go., e ..i.... y. --dnd.olpl y hTr g et n
Co.; the properties of thies ooompanie having been leased to the New Tork Central R. R. Co. effective February 1, 1930. and the Ulster & D wre o.. he propTy o is omp
aoquIred by towe en York Central R R. Go. oeffetiv robrua- y 1, 1932.hi op ft g n
5/ Inolde PennBylvanla R. o., Set Jersey A Seashore R. R. Co.; Pennylvan a & Atlantio R. R. Co.; Roolyn Connoting R. R. o.; Polladelpha & Bech Haven R. R. Co.; Ohio River a Western y. o.;
ann Wan esburg WaBhlngton R R. Go., except that 1932 omisf returns for the Oilo River & Western Ry. Co., wbloh s&a abandoned.


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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES, BY CLASS OF SERVICE
FORMULAS TABLE


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

Road freight wages, fuel, supplies, abd eneinehouse expenses:
Per freight train-mile ............................................. .....................

Per freight gross ton-mile ................................................................

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



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

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

Freight traffic expenses per ton carr ed .......................................................

Ratio of switching to corresponding road train expenses (Selected accounts):
Freight ... ................................................ ... ...........................


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


Passenger service expenses per car-mile ........................................................

Passenger service train revenue:
Per passenger train car-mile .................................................................

Average journey per passenger ............... ....... ................ ........ ...... .............
Passenger revenue oer passenger-mile:
Commutation ................................................................................
Other than commutation ..................................................... ...........


Source and Formula

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 08-D. Item 11, column (d).
Sum of columns (c), (e), and a proportion of (g), on page 309 of annual report, Form A, divided by
item 9, column (d), of Form 05-A.

Sum of columns (c), (e), and a proportion of (g), accounts 392-402 inclusive, on page 308 of annual
report, Form A, divided by item 3, column (d), of Form 0-A.
Sum of columns (c), (e), and a proportion of (g), accounts 392-402 inclusive, on page 308 of annual
report, Form A, divided by item 9, column (d), of Form OS-A.
Sum of columns (c), (e), and a proportion of (g), accounts 308 and 311, on page )06 of annual report,
Form A, divided by the sum of item 6, column (d), Form OS-A and Items 37, j3 and a proportion of
Item 42 (based on the ratio of freight expenses to total expenses) on page 568 of annual report,
Form A.
Annual report Form A. Sum of columns (c), (e), and a proportion of (g), accounts 377-389 inclusive,
on pages 30 and 308, divided by item 91 on page 508.

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

Annual report, Form A. Sum of columns (o), (e), and a proportion of (g). accounts 378, 380-388 inclu-
sive, 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. Bum of columns (d), (f), and a proportion of (g) accounts 378, 380-388
Inclusive, on pages 307 and 308, divided by the sum of columns (d), (f), and a proportion of (g),
accounts 392-401 inclusive, on page 308.
Annual report, Form A. Sum of columns (d), (f), and a proportion of (g), on page 309, divided by the
sum of items 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 OB-D. Item 8-01, divided by item 7-01, column (d).
Form OS-D. Item 8-02, divided by item 7-02, column (d).


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