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Operating revenues and operating expenses by class of service
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THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


WILLIAM E. LEE, Chairman
BALTHASAR H. MEYER
CLYDE B. AITCHISON
JOSEPH B. EASTMAN
FRANK McMANAMY
CLAUDE R.PORTER
PATRICK J. FARRELL
HUGH M. TATE
CHARLES D. MAHAFFIE
CARROLL MILLER
WALTER M. W. SPLAWN
GEORGE B. McGINTY, Secretary














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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Statistics


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES, BY CLASS OF SERVICE,
FOR THE XEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1933


INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT



In the Statistics of Railways from 1916 to 1926, a statement appeared annually showing the amount of each primary expense ac-
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 ie 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 Nassigned and apportioned,m 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.

class o serviceAll Eastern Southern Western
Class of servicedistricts district district district
Freight service ................................ 62.92 64.19 59.43 63.61
Passenger and allied services .................. 121.43 103.99 146.38 141.7


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


Washington, October 27, 1934.


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ImuR3IRA OMINOUR OODISUSIO
Seire of statitlcls


ati&aMT or OPERATING IBTSS AIM iMUia Of OLUBB OF SERVICE CLABB I BTIIM RAILUTBT
(rICLODING SWITCHING AND TEUMINIA aocpAngu) FORB TN TEAR 113 aNONMr 31, 1933

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TABLE Z. Sm mary o primary OpGZatLng Revenue Aoonota of almas I Btlo Railways for abol Olas of ervloe, by Ditrlat sad RBgions .....................................p4 6 and
TaBLS I-A. tear of Primary Opeatimg ReTsnue AGCounts of Class I BSwIOhlng and Terminal Companies for Each glas of servias, by Diltiloti and Region .................. e 8 d
TAmL. 11 farl of uPrimary OpetSlng Mienu Aaoiountm of Olsm1 aSt-Railway for gSaol a0im of serlvc by Ditrilcts ad Relgo1 ...................................P 10 o 21
TABE Ri-A. ,11 ry of primary Operating Eipenee Aooounts of alas. I OwitohILg and Teraial aospenis for ao& gla.. of Serwioe, by BiSrilots sn RegIons. .P 22 I to H
yo5 III. nary a of operating meenues and Operating BEpeses. by Claon of Serwioe, wit Opsratig tio., of IRdiidual laui Stem Railwa.. ........ F.. .. 34 to '
TABLE IT. n y of SBeleotd Operatlng Statiatlot Belating to Freight and Passenger BarwiaBa of pelrdiidua 0 ls 1 Steam Rilwa ......................?... ege to
TiB I SS-A- BBM. a B flort.. y i Bl0tta n^.. O bT. Sol rIot. H loS. of f Ior l. tlo O lso I SteIm or Otm L s ..................... ..... ........ o:el yr._S.
TABLE_ __.-t--Rewenues. unit Cost@. end Selated averages, by Districts and Regions, and for Selected alass I Cosem Railways or syatemas..................................aege. to 53
Neso oa rSat Z es ftd.rSse


Same of Road or ystem So.

Akron, Canton a Toungstewn B. Co. (O.1.) ...................................3 5. )9
ase Great southern R. B. 0o. C.) ( .)............. .......... .....3... o,'
Aton B. R. Co. (O.1.) ................................ 3. 6 5 0 "14, 4,. 50
Asn LAbor N. R. Co. (O.L.) ................. .............................. is
itchlo n, Topeka A Santa Fe By. Co. (0.1.) ...........................I...... 37 -1
Anohleaon, Topka A BSfda f" By. Co. k
(loal. Phadis A Santa Fe TBy. Oo.) (0.W.) ................ 42, 4 46, US, 50
Atllta a lWest Ponlot R. R. 0o. (.) ......................................35, 39
Atlta, Birmlnghsm A Coasot R. R. o. (S.) ..........................4...5 39
Atllsti 0Cout Linel B. B. Co. (S.) ......................35,. 9..2. 4 6, 4 .4, 50
Atla.to n, at Line ys ................................................35. 39'
BSltisore A Ohio R. R. o. (O..) ......................... 35. 39, Q 4' 146, 48,
Baltlimr e A Ohio syste .................................... ...... :5 3A
gr A Aro1 s oot 3 3. C. Oo. C1.N.) ......................... ................ I
smaoant, SOTu L os A Wstern By. Oa (I.I.) ........................ -..; "
SB.oser A Lakb tIl B. B. Go. .N.) .......................3.. *", ,4, ,. 50
onon MaiSeu B. I. (3.I.) ....... .... ........... .......... 42 44, 46, 4, 50
Burling on-Baook Iland R. R. Co. (I.,.) .......................... 31..........*. ,
Boylingto o Bouts ...............................................3.... 40. .. '
OmbrLa A Indlensa R. Co. (.L.) ..........................................:34. 38
Canadian Natonl Lines in Nsw land (N.E.)...................................a
OCnadl at oner n yst z............................................... 3, ,
OCanadl Paoiflo Ln In Na (I... ................ ............. ......... .3, 3,
oadin P 0lfo I n Vsrmont (...... ).................................... 38
ONir" of Oaorgia By. Co. (.) ..........................S. 39, 2*, 4, 46, 4. 50
tral R~ C o. of Ison J.rsy o (0.3.) ...................35, 3, 42, 4. 46,8, 50
Oontral Vr*ot By., IRno. (..)............................................ 34, 38
heloon .A estsrn Oarollua By. Co. (S.).................................35. 39
Obsioesek A Ohio By. Co. (P.) ........................ 35, 39, 42, 1 4, 6, 50
Chioago & Easteron Illinois By. Co (O..)................ 35, 39, 42, 4, 46, 48. 50
OhLoigo IAEri Rl B .(G.L.) ............ ................................. 38
Ohiosgo A IllioisE Miand By. Co. O(0..) .................................... 39
Chicego A North Wsstern By. Co. (I.i.) .................. 36, 40, 42, 4, 146, 5,
OMego a orth *Wesatron systs ..... ....................... .................
chioago, Burlington & tony R. R. On. (O..) .......... ..36, 40, 2, 4, 46, 4, 50
Chaiogo Great Wstern B. R. Co. (N.I.) ................... 36, .40, 42, 144, 46, 48, 50
Ohingo, Indianapolli L alooillso By. Co. (O.3.) ....... 3 1 42, 44, 9, 46 50
ahlaigo, ilwamke, Bt. Pul A Pacifia R. R. Co. (N.1.) 32, 42, 44,114, 46, 48, 50
Oloago, Book land A Gulf By. CO (.6 ...................................36, 0
Obloiago, Rook island A Paoifio By. o. (..). .............................. 36, 40
OChaego, Rook Ilalnd A Psiflo By. Co.
(Inl. Chioga Rook Iland A Gulf By. a.) (O.1.)............. 42, 44, 46, g, 50
OClhago, It. Pkal, in eapolis A Oesha fy. Co. (I.W.) ... 36, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50
Olnolmnati, ow Orleaim A, Texas Paifo By. Co. (. .... 36, h4 4 4 48, 50
Ollnobfield Rt. R. o. (B.) ...............................................3 3 9
Colorado a southern By. Co. (O.W.) .......................................... 6 40
Colutbus a oreenvolle By. Do. (.) .......................................... 3 399
DelwareO S Hudson R. R. Corporation (G.L.) he:4,8, 142, 44, 46, i, 50
Delasnos, Laokawnna A WesOto n R. B. o. (..) ......... ...,S, 142, 4, 46 50
DeT.e A Rio raude Westsrn R. B. Co. (0.1.) ............... 36,10, 42, 44, 46, 4 50
Denver a BIo Grands WesItn systs ..........................................36, 40
Dsnsr A Balt Lab. By. Co. (O..) ........................................... 36, I0
Istroit A Mackinao By. 0o. (G.L.) ................................... .4 38
Ditrolt A Toledo shar. Lin R. B. Co. 0.L.) ..................... ... 4 38
Detroit, Toledo Ironton B. B. o. (3..3 ..................................3' 9
Dalutb, Miasah A Norther By. Co. (N.)................)4W, 9 4 g
Dalunt, South Ar A Atlanti RBy o. (I.5.)................ 36 40
Duluth, lnnipg A P flo y. COo. (N..) .................................. 36, 40
1g1, Joliet A lIatsrn By. Co. (C..) .................. 35, 39, 42, 16, 46, 4g, 50
ri 8B. R. Co. (0.L.) ....................................................... 34 38
bis B. B. Co.
(anal. Chiosgo A Erie B. R. Co.) (G.L.) ....................... 42, 44, 46, 48, 50
Erie SysteO .................................................................34, 38
Florida est oaso RBy. Co. (B.) ............................................. 35, 9
Fort Smith A Iestern By. Co. (5.1.) ......................................... 37, 41


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Fort worth A Donver Olty By. 0o. (0.3.) ..................................... 36, 40
Fort Worth Rio Grando By. Oo. (8.1.) ...................................... 37, 1641
Priso Lines ................................................................. 37, 41
oGeorgia A florida R. R. (1.) ............................................... ..... 35
Georgia 3. R., Lossose Organisation .) ..........18:. ........ .. 9
Oeorgia BoutUrn A Florida RBy. Co. S.)...........................2 346, 50
Grand Trunk Wstorn R. R. Co. (O.L.) ...................... 8. 42,. 50
Great Northern By. 0o. (N.V.) .............................. .36, 42. 44 f
Olsn Bay & eooetrn a. R. Do. (3.1.) ......................................... 6
ulf A Shi Islan. d B. Oo. (.) ........................................ .. 39
Oulf, Colorado A Snta F By. Co. No.1.) ................. 37, 143, 45, 17, 19, 51
Gulf, Mobile A Nortohern B. S. o (.)..........................-...........35. 539
aulf, Mobllo A Northern Syitem ...................................* .......... 35, 39
Illinois Cenotral B. B. go. (S.) .............................................. 35. 39
Illinois Central R. R. Co.
(Inol. Tasoo A Mlie. Valley .R.. Co.) (B.) ..................... 43, 415, 47, 49,
lllinois Contral 8ysoe ........................................t..... 39
Illinoois Terminal Co. (0.1.) ............................................. 39
ntornattnonal-OTeat Norhosrn R. R. Co. (8.1.) ............3 }7.41, 3 45, 47 19, 51
laternatLonal By. Co. of Solas
(e OCanddian Paoifio Llne In iolne) ...................................... 34, 38
anmas OCity southern RI. Co. (S.!.) ......................................... 37, 41
XKa&as City southern Ry. Co.
(Inol. Tearkna A Pi. Bith B y. Oo.) (5.1.) ................... 43, k5, 47, 4, 2
nsm e ty Southern ..y. .................................................. ,
Kansas, Oklahom & Oulf RA Co. (8..) ........................... .............. 3
Lak Seuperor Ishpoesing R. R. Co. (3.1.) ..................................36. 40
Lehigh A Hudson Rive Ry. Co. (O.L.) ...... ................................... 38
Lehigh A Nw Igland R. R. Co. 1C.L.) ........................................ 34, 8
Lhigh Valley R. B. Oo. (G.L.) ........................... 34, 381. 13, 45, 147, 9, 51
Long I.land B. R. Co. (0.3.) ............................. 35. 39, 43, 45, 7, 49, 51
Lo Angeles A Salt Lake R. R. o. o.1.) ................. 1, 41 5, 47, 9., 51
LouiIana A Arkansas By. oo. (..) ........ ........... .................1. ,
Louisiana, Arkansas A Texas Ry. Oo. (8.1.) ............................ ...... 41
LouloTisville A Nashvillo R. Co. (.) .................... 35. 39. 3, 45. 47, ,49 51
Maine Central R. R. Co. (N.I.) ........................... 34, 38, 43, 45, 47, 19
Midluand Valley R. B. Co. (8.W.) ........................................ ...... 1
Minneapollis A 8t. Louis B. B. Co. (3.!.) ......... ....... 36. ,43, 45, 47. 9, 51
uinneapolli, St. Paul A salt BIs. Marie By. 0o. (3.1.) .. 36, 40, 43, 115,1 47, 4j, 5
elelsippl OCentral R. R. Co. (S.) .........................................
Missouri A lorth Arkansas Byr. Co. (8.3.) .....................................37 41
lsosurio -IllnDoil H. B. Co. (O.K.) ........................................... 9, 9
Mi sori-Knisa-ToeaI Lines .................................................. I R
Smssourl-IaneaR-Teaoso B. B. Co. (S.g.) ............. ......................... 7, 41
lIssourl-IzanBa-TeOIasi R. R. Co.
(Inol. Miseourit-Eaums-Te? s R. R. Co. of Tloe) .) ( ........ 43, 45, 47, 9 51
Meouril-Iansa-Toas R. R. Co. of Ti. (S.C.).................... ...... 37, 41
Misourl Pacifio R. R. Co. (.5.) ........................ 37,.41 43, 45, 47,49. 51
R ourl Puifto system .............................................. 35. 37, 39,
Mobil A Ohio B. Co. B.) ..........................6... 3 0, 113, 5, 17, 9 .
Monongshela Ry.Co. (O.L.) ........................... ..................... ;. .
eotour R. R. o. (O.L) ................ ..................................3, 38
la uhllIo, Chattanooga A Bt. Louis Ry. (S.) .............. 5. 39, 3, 4.5, 47, 919,
lationalo Ay. of Meiatoo ....................................................
I vada Northern Ry. Co. (0.1.) ............................................ .3, 40
Now Saven Bytoh ....................'**......................................." 38
Ns Jersy A 1N Tork R. R. Co. IO.L.) ....................................... 34
Nsw Okl:ent orloLeors 0o. .. .. .................................... ... r
I@ Orl ar Great hortbern R. Oo. (R .................................... 3. 3
o s Or ou, Texas & Mxoico By. Go. IB. ........................... 7 a
o: Tork 0entrL1 Line ............-'''''''''''''''''''''''''''=''''''''''''" '
sw Tork Central B. B. Co. (G.L.) ........................3 38, 13:, 145, 47, .
N Tork, Chicago A Louis R. B. Co. (G.L.) ........... 34, 38, .43, 45, 47, 49, 51
e Tork Connooting B. R. Co. (I.I.) ......................... .... ..-
ow fork. Iow aven A s artford B. R. Co. (.5.) ..........34, 38, 43, 5, 17, 19,


Now Tort, Ontario A Westelrn By. Co. (o.L.)...................................3, 3
New Tort, Suqushanna A western R. R. ao. 10.1.) ..
Norfolk western By. Co. (P.) .......................... 35, 39. .......4 .. :
Norfolk Southen R. R. O0. (5.)............................................ 4
lorthern paisba By. Co. IB.)............................................ .. t, 4
Northern paflao By. 0o. 1.E.) ......................... 0., 4., 43.. 4 ..7,
Northwestern Pacifio Co. (O.(.) ...................................... 3. 1
Oklahoma ORl y-Ada-At B. o. (S.1.) ........................................ 141
Orgon aShort Line B. o. (O.l.) ......................... 37, 41, 13, : 47, .
G. olvt a~t~ .. .. ...... ........ 6-- ...... .% R9 } 7
Otegon-laslLngton R. R. .lavigatlon O. (........)..) 36, 0, 43, 5 47,9, 51
panhandle A Santa F Ry. 0o. (0.1.) ....................................... 7 Il
P syleasa R. B. 0o. (C..) .......................... .*.** 3
Poinnylvania.-Bading sa.hor. Llne. (O.1.).................................. 9. 39
P ,ylvani Systsem ...................... .................j 34, 1.43, 45, 47, 9, ,
orebo axqu ts B. a. CoGO.L.) ............................................. .
Pittsburgh A Links Eris R. B. On. CG.L.) ..3;...........;
Ptsiubrg A Sha. t R. RS. Co. (G.L.) ....................................... 3.
Pittsburgh A West Virginia By. Co. (G.L.3,3
Pittshbrg, Shawout A lNrthsrn R. R. ao. O.L.) ..............................34, 31
Reading Co. (0. .)" ..4 ........ .....................35, .3 43, 45, 47, 49,
Reading Slye .................................................. ........
iohmond, Frodertloksburg potoao R. R. .o. (P.). ............. It .
Hook Island sysit ............................................. 3:
Rutland R. R. Co. (I.1.) .................. ).............................. .
St. Joseph A Grand Isla R r. Co. (O.W.) .................................... 3. 37
St. Louis, Brownsville A Mxioo By. Do. (B.3.) ........................... 37, 41
St. Louis-SL FrancAoio By. On. (S..) .................... 37, 1, 43, 45, 47, ,
t. Loui s an Francisco A Teas By. Co. (1.1.) ......................... 3
t. Louis Southwestern Ry. 0o. (S.W.) ................ ................. .37,
St. Louis Bouthwsstern By. Co.
(Inal. St. Louis Southwestern By. Co. of Texas) (B.1.) ........ 43, 45, 147, 49, 51
sB. Louis Southsetern y. C. of Texas (8..)................ .............. 37, I.
Sen Antonio, yalde A Oulf R. B. go. o..(.................. ............... 7
eu Diego Art son. Eastern By o. ........................ *.1..... .....
San Disog A Arizona By. Co. tCo.11) lQ
S anta Fe S m. ..........................*''
seaboardo irLe y. Co. ..) .................................3 ,5 347. 51
Southern ry. o. ( .). .................................. .. 3 0, 43, 4, 47, F.
Southern as% t..... .................. ...... ..........*. ............. ,
South rn Pn o eifint l o. ( .C .) .............................37, B113, 45. 7, go
South so Paforifi Bryte S .x Co.(.. ) .....................................-.
Spokane Ilnoeru aTiona I By. RCo. (N..) ........................ 43 0
Spoken, Portland Seattle By.. ) ..........:. h6, 11
Staten island Rampid Transit Ry Co. ....(0...........3. 3.
Tennessee central By. Co. (S.) ......................................... 36, 40
leUaceks a Fort Sith y. o. (S..).. ................................... :37, .1
ITsa a New Orleans B. B. o. (8.3.) ..................... 37, 4,1 43,4,147, 19, 51
Texas PiLfIo R y. O (8O 3.)............................. ..37, 41, 43,1 4, 149, 1
Texas eIX 0an o. (. ................................ .. ........ .1
Toledo, Peotrls A tf. R. R. (O.I......................... .-.....'- ''.i.. 34
Onion Paoifio R. R. o00. (0.5.) .............. ........7. 7,1, .,
Union Paolfio System ................................ FI.......... 'L- : '
Utah By. so. (0.o.) .............. .....................}. ...:......... 37, 1
Virginian oy. Co. (P.) ................................... 3., .43. 45, 17, 49, 51
Wabash Ry. Co. (0.L.) ................................... 34, 38. 43, 45, 147, 4J. 51
Wabash System..................................
Maryland By. Co. (C.K.) ......................... 33. :, 43. I 47, ?I
Western pmofio R. gon. (0.1.) 13 4,17 4
Western By. of Aaabha (S.) ........ ..... ........................ 39
Iwheling A Lake Iris By. Co. (D.E.) .....................35, 39, 43, 45, 37, 49 51
lioaita Fall. A southern R. R. Co. (S.W.) ...................................37, *1
Tasoo A Missieaippi Valley B. B. Co. (.) ...................................3 5. 3


NOTE. The region to which a road has been assigned is Indloated b letters following the nmes as follows! Nsw England (R.I.); Crest Laese (G.L.)i
Ontral E.tern (0.S.); Pooahontas (P.); southern (S.); Northwsstsrn ((.0.); ntral WetTn (.W) ad outhssern tS.W.).


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6 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
34150 BUREAU OF STATIST rcs
TABLE I--S1VMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING REV'ENIE .\i COUN-S OF CLASd I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
Eit DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR TilE 1EAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1933
Totals for districts Eastern dAitlotrto
All distrlots Eastern district Bouthern district Western disAtrict lo ingland region Orsat Lakss retlom
AOOaiab tAesigaeble AssignableAs sinable Assignable Assionable to passenger Asiignnallee t
ccout t.frignt a "ee;se Asrightb ae d alie;g Assignable to passenger Assignable to passenger to AiSa Agaimblei Aerar
A.ssignnal to -freight -%a' to;g "oeg t no poa edo %t freight an .: alli eads I a
ce ries and wleod Bar ais O service selied as service aortoo a
I. TRANSPORTATION RAIL ElU
101 eight.. u ...... ............................. 02,4,88, 7,6 o ,2 11.01 M.-04-- 0.... -
1 oop gn g .. o .................... .... ....... .. V 18... -9 5. 65
SZasse-bg ..................... :: 1.| 4 -.g "2206: M9,' =9lS: l
Wsi glee ping oar ....... ........ -1 6 6.993 35:9, -
1 Parlor and chair car........................... ............ "", 2 "- .o 02 .1.11 .912,
107 tiprer ................... ...............- :' if: 1101.05 929.519 77o .3 A 4;;
105 Other pas enger- q.. .............. .... 03.207 823, i,1 ,,,
Swi tch in ................................... ,, 09., 173 1,5 4'5,.'1 2,01:20 ,. 0 "6,1I"O -t.05
io0 osit..o ....................................... .. 17 16.7 o 5:h. a,, 56 a i' 19.,62I? .i9 2 12 7 -1,67)
111 Spec service train .............. ?.71:rl I .. 1 017 Is, 5O
113ii~ i Ote frigt- ai 2,71,991 -* *J590 2,62,77 % 4,1 *- 3507

W :Water trszinosrs-Tehioles and live stoat .... 2,90 15 977105T h 1.205 1 9_2_004:113
Total rail-line trUansportatton revenue 2,535,170,349 491,622,.10 1,053,1 77 271,628.094 0.50.736 614,471,644 943.497.236 155,522,672 9.356,.45 40,50 ,357 1"8,'61,362 1100957,796
11. TRAiNSPIRTATION WATER LINE
S12 pWeight r.........3 5 .......................... 3 -
122 Passenger ......... ................. ....... .- 318 29 54' -.8 -.325 14 -

13 ell .......................................... I -
S pSl- ;.r .i ................ :, ,0 1~ ~-
12 Oth ....................................... 120,539 -
Total tr-ll transportation revenue. 3,950,864 399,0o8 29.059 .- 3,950,865 150,029 -
III. ISOIDEKTAL
1 ning e nd buffet........... ................ ............- 12,36.2.0a 6, 6 1 ,
132 aI .mtel :I. sod rtmant....................9,57 135033 9,97 24t9 261 ',1! 55,715 8gr- Jlo
133 Sistco trBaicand boat privilege 35 2, 9. 162 2,014 1 591 1 372 35,15 j----- 1uu:ai
134 r~el zs.....o ......................... .~. .~.. -7 -, 303-5 93,939, -& 77,79
1 storge-feigt .............................. 2,350,694 1.,593.008 39-,31 2 363,374 121.1& 675,995
Sstore- ggge............. ...................- 13,372 6059 ,447 6,6

17 eosurayg ............................... ..... ,1 ON5 .16 4:0 51j 36 385 1.14i to
Toeegrah a nd telephone.. r.... 230 .... .3..88.02 2,905.7! i .,51 l 1, 7 u -97,5 6, 27 6. 5.77 1.6 .)6 .5 .W,9 T.T5. 6


3. J01B 5sOILoT
Grain e ieator. ....................... .. 7,92 ..... .,93 15, ,T go,0 51,102
1140 stockyard................. ..............375,259 14,9 2.509- 36,0--


T1O1 Jovnt fFletw" o ti. ............... .. 8.4 ? 2.4207,9 78.326 .156.MO 19,163 3. 3 10353 ? ,M T,53 7,,07o 97.
399 3.5_ g 72 7 665,M3


14 Rent of buildings rm other property Rt5 O? 5173,i9 1,096.o,06 287.135 5.,80o7 66,7950 955211oM6 .63.i,913 76.139.i ..3,033 _3.5,* 1U.9.
11s3 icellamus.. ............................ 8 57 13,609 6.,5 35, 1.365.664, 9 ,11 ,5o, ,3,797 55,1 371.,172 7.06 68_14 21196

__ Total itncietaII operating ravemie .... 21.550,0832 2905.7143 32.32,251 214,501,40 51,965,5 i.1975,521 6,62y,603 6l.51577T4 1.62..336 3.58.517 41695.,967 7.175,536
IV. JOINT PA0IL YI
Joint fsolity7-Or .............................fi: 's:i 74:1OU 1.4002 l97 &:i 5,5 O23N b15 3 hallU
Joint facility-br ._______ ..................91O 601
Total Jcint facility operating revenu P. W,1,782 2.410.970 725,1136 1,1596,610 6159,16 i) 34311433 1,035,153 919,9117 151,053 767,513 75,140 .......DD
Railway operating revenuss assignable P..2565,032,037 517,34111,311 1,096,103,06k4 257,135,2111 513,501,077 66,7951.514 955,110,556 163,4115,41? 96,139,563 113,350,357 1493,335,711 115,395,370
lmmlaigcabls operating revenues 106807 to2 201 1 656 o5o 11g90 39035 519 37.7
apportion ed ...........................1,3,7 L.14".609 115921 ,6,64 3,1,0 11,9 ,5033 6515 311337,561 6".,149 ___________
Grand tota railway operating releaesg 3,575,650,054 51g9,73,M 1,100,6321,365 258,1500,905 515,"36,577 6,3,3 959,091,33g 1614,13,577 96.5112.36 163.0011.211111 1193,900,597 115,55,33
AL Deficit or Other reverse Itso.









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE I-4UMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATINn REVENUE ACCOUDTS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH OLASH OF SERVICE
BY DiStrcrS A-D REGION FOR THE TEAR ENDED DECEMBER 3, 19.3 -1C9iinusd

Eastern distrlot southbern district Wstern Aditrlot
oCentral Xsmiten region Poohontasi region southern region lortheesteorn regon Central Welisten region autnbwtlen region
As1 ignable Assignable Aselgnable e lslsgable signlable ies"a L esigogSSBe Assignable ass il.iMe ir
ase aimle led b~ and- allied andgnbl 05snied oAfsightbl o pssenger Asioal pAssene Assignable Aegal
fosl 0PF0,,"to freight to passenger to freight to pasner t tpseoe to eightt 1=19NO
oer__oo_ E a10 t gsd alli sevced allied ane ai ted to freight
ner se6ses ni se rvicoes eerse etes erioseor conieies

1. I3l16O1UTIOl RAIL LUE
101 re. ght. .................................. P92,531.535 i 3, 132,027p,97 *3 ,79 ,24 01409. it "a.. .l.
l passeng er ...... ...... .......... ..... .9, 25 15 *6 2i ~2 1*f s
slcess baggage.......... .................... .- 62aI._-: 63 .< ; 26, 1.kl7 j .13.15.
21: Sleeping -.,r 7r... ... ... ....... 43'4 7 1,
perler en chair 5............... .3..... A 3.16 7
EH a I s.................................. ................. 9 ,1 -, -, 19 9? Bil .


an speialse t. t raf-4 Bin e .......**. ,1.7 114- -1gP, -- 19
., el,....... ..........................7:56 .",.1,0' ':" r: 9 R,
213 Oter rsGe er-s- eigh .................... ..... 8 ?: 2 28D1,92
1111 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 5 later 3rnfrePeeg1:;9,79-,1,y1-- 0905


S latsr trastfere-eliloles sad ll stock 95.81.,. 1,918 -- ~ *--- -
E ater triefers-Ot- r ..........................5tl,76i 1,96 1110.91.3 "- 9.< 1,367 6,OM -
totil rail-lbls trnsponation reennue. .00,.3..5'70 lg0,165.9l, 1 IE.53,5.50 9,13,185 36,007.M6 59,359,159 30o,050,157 15,857,615 &15,E64,^114 53,35i,.51 noomil,36s 6,l!i,.5
II. BUSEBPORTIifOI *iTXn 1LU=
131 Fr ei................................. R.. ,.2 0 3,7946 ,0 1i .
U3 s th ng ............................... -
2 O therI& seunrv ric etrain .................... -.. .. --:1 :619 137 51 .



n l eO Sf o he .......... ................. .......- -
133 Ep~l1j.:::::................................... ,0 -
leo tnl se r-Feeh...........................- 3o000
11 Other .................................... -. 4.. --1- (- 5-0-_ -
total atil-lineu trisaportation reTvenue. ,1190594 2-0 31,"3 900 3,916,5714 150,0 -
II I IIOION-lATU
1 Flagss r........:::.:::::...:::::. ..::::::::. ,. '*5 196 1 -, 1,,,3. 59, | 695,
a i s ad bue.................................. i 5 "
J ...........-- T..-; T0 ,!^ l:1, 3,563 '** ,111 'r ,
Storeg-Frih.............................>.79,03 t-" 67,063 -*M 337,351 '-? 135,515 -'' 1,5g.9 1-^ 133,l371
1 ,U as.r .................................3.., 1 1, 9 -1 ,,,O 3 1 ,
IN M rice ... .............. ,6, 3000 16 5,,,

..i ele ato .............................. 3 7 ) ; 1, 3 .
Total wiaiia ins tase poert io p re ven, e sF 5 -.011 3,19 309.,010 150.I:W a

1 01 % N Wsalleesous.............................. .uCT P. i 'L9i,:.2 I'mn :0%0 ,-. 37113 _______ _______ _______




total illedStsl opperaltg i ... S..5903.9 1,517,399 3,330,389 E39,lf 3,307,789 1,709,366 3,567,60 1,75,Sy 1,803,16 l ,933,5 58 1.,171 1,119,353
RS 1oi? VOiYhT


foetl Joint fasl lltratiag sevens. ___ .91,931 111,15 10id,50 M,'57 513,655 156,1i6 580,300 5t3,911 958,53 39.001 863,1 *98,957
huirn openfail revenues srialeukr.. SiO,717,15 115,354,5311 SI,911,9,11.1 9,569,597 335,S,i5,30 57,331,951 311,53,62.1 117,9111,l119 "31.635.075 ".57,l8,' 31,603,197 ET,65g.75
episirtmd........................ .. 3,7.,3 to37,5 y 3.,5 ,5 eO1.t 3 .91J 1,3, 1 ,0 l7.l.03 1.13 39.1 E9,I
Uses total sailra operetieg raanues 53,0.0,335 116,,1,1131 103,979,955 9,571,.177 330,9114,59 57,567,561 313,191,760 115o91,1111 113999170 58,334,3 | Ul.W,7,0 m7,69,
SDefllit or ther vieri Ct5.











S INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3-.5o BUREAU OF STATInrICS
TABLE I-A-SrMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING REVENUE ACCOUNIS OF CLASS i SWII BITN AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
B) DITRiCIS AND REGIONS IOR TIHL YEVAR ENDED DECEMBER s1. 1913

Totals for diltrl ct mseo' ditflat
al dihilrlote Estern distrlot Bouhoru dietriot lentern dliestlot lee nglsad region wat Lake regiou
Account Assignablte Assi -Eltullgnable- AAaLEabi gtfsolefii-- Asignable lBU A.,slSghr Aslgnlal Assmgnle o olsa la
egr etia rable Assignsirna baa aseh t .r &aeaer Aseeizaul %ai ptossaenge to e r
to freighte~ %o froigit ma itd t rt:~ vmeart aer to ftami
10 Passenger go tled reg t nrt and alled to freight .aA ml= mit0daleldn
sme e seicev mo.. mead nlao. feroo dorloem menln me src aet

I. TRANPORIATI IRAIL LIN
101 right 1. ...................................... 6..118 85 1,368,997 19,639 -
102 Pas senger .............. ..................... .
1 u0 1 oo6s baggage ............ ..... .. .""""
a ae ping oar ......... ............. -."*"*"*"*"
105 P&arlor and ohair oar ............................ -
10 Hall ......... ................................ ..
107 Exprem ................................. ... .. "
IDS Other p aogee=er-tltI ........................ ..- ~ -
i o 2 .. ./ ,- ,,. o. "
o t Sitohiag ................... ....... ........... ,67,512 237.966 22.364,79 ,7 11,105,023 237,966 9.963.303
il Special servio train ...........................- -
13? Other troight-Train ............................ 9 39 3
i Waer truanf or-Frolght ....................... -
Slater tranmif i-Pausenger ........................
15 ,ter turanf re-Tehitole. and live toaok .......-..
11 W&aer tranfer-Other ................ ........ .......- -
Total rail-ilne traesportatlon revenue ....... 36,167,745 237,966 23,734,1m~ 1.20.7O 11,224,61 L237.966 9.963.701 -
11. TRANPORTATION WATER LIU
121 rre tghb ............................... ..... ... -
122 Psa aenger .....................................- -
124 Ote"agamen o ..*..******** -
121 Hae1 ...b -g ...................................-
Ot.he~r pueseager lenieo ...............................- ----------

12 pl .. ............ ..............................
12 p i r ...................................... .....
121 Othr ........................................ -
Total wmare-lle trnsporsa tlon revenue ......- --
III. INCIOIDNRL
131 Di lg and b tfo ............................... ... -- ". -- ..:
133 Station. train, sand boat privileges 96,2.-
3 Pa el urm ........ ...........................2 r......:...
tlon t bos plll.............................. .6.. .- ..1 1014 2- 5*58 ~ 1.
1 .tos ggage.................................... 51.6 ',10 31,26 -
3 Domrrege..-.... ............................... 0 2 6 63,87 857 -
I Telegrapih and teIsphone .............. ...........::: 2 -
1 Grain elemator ................................... .. ,505 28,50
I0 stookuy a ...................................... 87,995 87, 5 7,995
,.l .lower................................................ .... .9..-- -- -'-,-'
11 Res of huidiags sad other property ....... 212,59 37. i 10,926 9,77 6.940 202 ,6 17,753 ~- 18 -
113 Mflolneoum .! ...............................y.. 7,557 32,1l1 53,551 309 3, 2,611 669,02 29,221 27,0B5 -
Total inaidental operating revenues ........ 1.,9.372 237,118 83.555 92,568 66,356 13.516 9"5,A61 131,031 163~.640
TV. JOINT FACILITY
151 Joint follilty-Or. ............................. .,010 .010 $L -
152 Jolit ftlity-Dr. ............................ 725 179,923 725 4,9999 1,93-1 13099 T
Total joint faotllty operating reve u ..... 7.285 7,285 *HeS, d L1U& afle 68.5 -Gs
Sallway oprsttlg revemem assIgable ...... 37.,670,02 295,161 2A,224,96t 14.569 1.2515,096 11.55 12,190.322 238,007 10,1311.36 -
Dueslgnable operating rovenuem appirtoned. 475,011 9,351 192,907 607 2:6 3 261.6 9 0,71 3,"S -
Braadtoalllmrw peting reeaee..... 35.15,111 304,512 21,117,591 116,176 1.255a312 11,558 12,1F72,171 216,766 10,3186. 2

A Defiolt or othfe reverse Itm.












INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STAT'lsricS
TABLE I-A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPE-,EHNO REVENUIE A('COCNIrS Or' CLASS I BWITCIIrO AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLAMS OF SERVICE,
B1 DISTRICii AND RLrINS, FOR IRE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1l9l -Continued


I I T


Eastern disBO ri Lnt
Osntrs.1 Eastern region


Assignable
to freight
servlOs


Assignable
tO passge gOr
and allied
.4 ...~


Pooahontas region


Assignable
to freight
oSrerLo


15.i.,h,


to passenger
and allied


Boutorl dl isriot


Southern region


t


lorthIestorn region


stern district


entra&l western region


- t 1 &..I,..hi. T T *,,..k 3 7 4.


AssignOaobl
to freight
sen rzvie


to passenger
and allied
..flos.


Assignable
t0 freight
iarvloe


to passngsr
end allied
..-vIn...


Assignabis
to freight
ervios


kuthuestern aM le


to pRieonger As|sliable to pasenger
n allid to freight end i


1. TRBPORTATION RAIL. LI1


101 .eight ...................................* .
102 P&assenger ....................... ....*.....
IOJ bxoan baggage ..............................
1 Sleeping oar ................................
10 Purlor and ohair Oa .......................
10 Ma l ......................................I
Other pasengero-train .......................
10 "i .... ..................................

110 Sitohing ..... ............................
111 Bpeoil sLrvlos train ......................
112 Other froght-traun ........................
11 latr traasfers--rrelgbhl ...................
1 la fter transters--Passonger .................
115 atsr trasfsra--VTebloile end ii tnook ...
l1 Water trnsfosrN-Other& ......................
Total rall-llas transportation ire ...
IT. TRAISPORTATION WATER LINI
12 Meight ......................... ..........
123 be.... bang a.............................
123 Otbohr pasngger s.r..ne.................. ..
12 ..l .i.............. ......................
E6xpros ............ .....................
127 Spoolp l erlos .............................
12 Othe:r .......... ..........................
Total water-as transIportation revenue ...
111. IIOIDBuTAL
SDialog and buffet ..........................
I Botel and rftmrat .......................
3 Station, trln., .end bat privilege ........
134 Paroel roo .................................
IX Btorage-reight ............................
IF BtorIg-Bggsg ............................
7 Deurrge ..................................
T1 Tslgraph ad telephone ......................
139 Orain elevLtor .............................. .
120 stookyard ..................................
11 PoFw ......................................
1 sents of buildings and other property ......
143 Kioellaneoue ..............................
Total Inoidental operating renvooe .......
IT. JOINT FAOILITT

151 Joint fMaility-Or. ........................
152 Joint faollity-Dr. ........................
Total Joint facility operating reoen ....
Railway operating reven u amlginabei .....
lIetwigablen operaktig revesn appoar-
tinned ........................... ......
Orad tontal ailway operating revenues ....


P,3mT997








12,2.01 ,44J*


I2,208,70o


P"9.83,








739,195


*2o,2.Oo


5558865279


#17.06


Li3.Jp,1.43 1,208,720 _4,479,549 859,033 2O.lkO0 5.85,279 217.5
















9,000 -
4,103 ---2.899 37-5-108
1,913. 120 3.011o
259,146 2,282 28,M" 4,303 30,693
S- 8.50; "


10,928 p. 977 8,940 10,231 19S2. Z'
6,66 309 A;, 2611 13.25 -57
319,715 92,58 6 .,356 13,516 52,968 1,308 42 906,15 130,998


470 -
.999 1,931 130,99

470 do99 aL .91 d- 1 30- LU
14,090,6E 45.569 1,255,096 11,585 4,532,517 863,321 2.4I 2 6,794.%6 217,565

18M982 07 286 3 33,107 763 2.8,72 7,95


14,279,10O


46.176


1,255.382


11,58


4,532,517


896,41.8


21,225


7,0,200


A Deflolt w other reveres Atom.


Aocount


i AnaL nable F_ bl me no a I


229.523








1o INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3411150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE 11--SLIMMARI OF I'RIIIARk OPLRA I ING LXI'ENrL AClCUL NIS OF CLASZ I 6ITL.\AM H 1ILWAYS FOR EACIJ CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISfRICSr \tND REGIONS, roMR IHE. IEAR ENDED DECEMBER di, 1933
-Totals for district
All distrlots rastern district Southern district Western district
A lcn -ed Aseles ed- Aaslgnled Assigned AigIoned Assigned Assigned Assignled
Aooouiat ari nII an ardiaa uilm and u.id
apportt od apportLoned apporrtoned apportioned apportioned apPortiloned apportloned apportiloned
to to passeager 1o to paesenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and silled freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services service services service oervtoeo
I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STROCTUEI S
201 Soperlntendno................................................ $23,1?6,618 *8,794,228 $8.784,867 t3,878,878 SU,7t?,931 1,6)6,903 $9,59.8820 ,279,"7
202 Roadway p aintenanoo--Ya '............................... 79,.91 2 3,295 1,016,278 1143,60k 5,75 37,039 912, 01 72,652?
20 Roadway emaintenaonoe--tr ...................................... 19625055 7,6 7 7,393.718 638 96,73 1 1,539, 77 77 6 2,t2,72
203 Roadwal-Dtprecartl.n--Oyer ..................................... 1.0,0 9,737 1')5
Readway--Deprec atlon--Othsr ................................................ 0.,6- 9,77 1.,
204 Onderground power tubes--Yar4 .................................
ULnderground power tubes--Othbor .................................
205 Underground power tubee--Deprsaiiilon--Yaod .................... -
Utderground power tubme--Depreoolalt -Otfnlr ................... .. -. "10
208 Tunnl.sernd su ;o- ........................................ .6,8 31 l6 77 184 6, 90055
Tunnels and subw ys--Other ..................................... 596,820 293,507 215.995 196,617
207 Tuonele and subvaye-Depreciaiton--Yard ............................... ,2- 1 5
Tunnels and sbwasy -Depreoatlion--Other ....................... 8 11 7 8 5,6 1
208 Briges, trestles, san o .lverts-Yard ........................ iA..63, 29S2 1,208 11317 2220 ,220 6,205 13 ,890
...307. 4,617,867 3,16,954 i,416,2kO 2,8Oy 194 1,003,034 6,)02P,lO 2,198,593
Bridges. re'oeto, L and oulvert.--Oser ...........................12 5 1,671
209 Bridges, tretlese, and oulvert--Depreotoa Lon--Yard P3V..............6 ...025
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts-Deproiattotn--Otbeor .................4 20i4,951 88,987 63.758 258,888 127.128 69:395 i1.O6
210 Elevated struatu e-Yard. ............................. ....... 15,38 12 0,6 7,15 82 506, 7
Elevated etructures--Othe r ...........................................52,188 150 ,1g77 52g?,1 18,760 0 2,727
211 EIlvad epruetuoe--Deproolation-Ya ........................... .-
Elev ated etrueture a--Deprsela o. --Otber ....................... 71? 1o2 -0:006 2,U .1 1 -,, 1,103,75 1 99 .600 -;9 671
212 Ties--Yard ......................................................:::::: ,, 10,979 3,7 13 50,, ,353, 1,93 1,67
T lo--Other ............... ................................... 39 1,1 6 8,7820 215 76 332, 122 2393 3 3190,67 ,559736
213 Te.--Depro. iation--Ya.r l ................................... ...... ..2, 21 ,1 65 19,57 1198
2 tea-Dprac.ttior--Other....................................... R .09.2 12,1 11,01 2 2 i6 ".1. '.98
21 Ril-Dpr l on- ar ................................................. 1.9 O .01 28,6 1 10 56 598 ~9610



.." "gr='r-Sr::::::::::::::::::: 1.,; 788, ,6; 1,4.5,:0 16,51.1,7600 B5;2
Raols--Oth er1 .................................................. 9,53:4 3395:91 378 80 85508 2,57,011 65 799 3,288,912 1,25,661i
219 Ra~ie--_Deosoiation--Yard 7.....-.-7-74
a Ll--Depr eatiLon-Oner .................. .................... 63,20 39,791 2,181 710 3,926 32,41 17,093 6,61
216 Oth er Ltok aterlal-Yard ..................................... 2,392,355 2141,136 1,000,168 1L7.179 362, 12 2.22 1,029,878 50,9214
Other tack ustal-Otker..................................... 9,113,810 3,610,835 3,528,669 1,5 ,19 1,869,60 579,317 1,71?,5"7 1q16'869
217 Oher track ateriai--Dopretl&tLon--Yar4 ..........................2.. .,2 147 .7 L.'" 1,05 ,,6
Otber trask l aterlaid-Deprociation--Other ...................... 3.2 20 16 3: 1 6 23, 92 166, -,6 21 4,6
218 Ballast--Yard..................................................................... Wr 5rtt 48;1,; ]7
1, r,790 7786,9? 1.1:933!l'h'l, 9 us
Bae, est--Other .......... ..... .......... ............. .......... 171,908 77 gas 0515 1,21
219 Balast.-Deoprolotion--ard .................................... 78 --- 1-78 -,
Bala.tt t..oDeprootatlon--Other .................................. 697 32 "82 197
220Track lOi og and surfacing--Yard................................ 97,328,9141 670,313 3,0"0,U37 373,17 .,359,2'71 714,111 2,929,233 222,6
Track laying a.nd surfacing-Other. ................................ 9,'57,9750 19,567, 18,9 ,969 8,395,119 ,7,870 45,79 2 5,1 7,7 6,51
221 RiBtl-of-wq fenae- -Yard... .................................... .2 2,117 1 5 ,2865 3,9937 11 58 12 6,18 7651,
RigSht-o-we: foenoos--Other .......2........................1....11,333 51,111 70,08
222 Rig.t-of-wU fences--Depro. clation--Y...d .... ........................ ....35 10 25'
Bight-of-wya fenceso-DepreaiatLon-Other ....................... 9.... ..'25 2 -3
2.3 Snow ..d send f.n.ond s..now.. _--Yard 2........................6 62 1"3 1
Snow and asnd fence and enowahods--Other ........................ ,5 83,05 1.-62 57, 77.61

225 Orossings and sis--Ysard .........................7,517 ...5 136,55 11.60 ,192442 56,516 3, 979 20, 4,o
5orossiogs and elp-other ............................3,738.242 1,7I7,00 1,962,260 990,895 528,98 gl93:8A 1,2 532,289
226 Crossings end ns'-..D.pre ..i.....--Yard ...................... .... .432 3? -
Oresinges and iotns--Depec.t....--0tb.r...................... .. 6 110 1 70 1756
227 Station and office buildings-............................... 6,71,1zi 3,827:52; 2.563,.71 P,218,S L,2,18 508 ?61& 2,86,226 1
28 Statiton and office bulldinogs--p eclatlc f.......................... 66 o a 7 97
9 Roewag lxariaio s....n.. ......................................... ..71 4, 3w r,2 148 A5 2.1;.126 1ag 1256y
230 Roadway bulldino--Deprs.tatlo.. ................................. 60,19 17,9 2 5,22
water os~m mtaasi--e...................................................866:681 882,.157 91".0 87,515)[50 15?4,23! 1,1120,670
52,111 : 582:15 912:o6 117 o, 670

Wter statio-ons ................................................... ...8 I,361,6 0 15.07,6. 98 e a10
rual etoo-Deqzelto ..,..V,,,,725,.,7.-,.,5-.-.,
91T O n -e o epnols.... ............................ ............... 2'1 -3156 d 21
231 hp a5d etnhus.......................7R:703 2. 15:,79b ,7117UZ 9N,5 303:.0 2.31:31.33 877:651
23 hop e nd engie hcuees--Deprectatlon..............................2 ,i 1,7 -9 -8 13,12,4257 2,3-
n7ran e a..........................................:....... ,,,2 7 38 9.70
2J8Sai ~vtcs~epettor.............................33'1 1331 783341
Storage warehouse ............................................... 18,000 -7 d 1.050,030 20 -
S0torage wsrebounees-Depreoiatlcfl..........................
M Marvos end docks ............................................. 1,597,191 136,.85 1.05 .413 83.,159 350,Ol 6,731 193,76o 4,
2W utmes aft docke.-Deprsolatton ................................ ....6 11,979 U1.303 51:546 1,979 3,558 -
Defiact or other reverse tm.












INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE fl--SUMMARY OF PIRtARY OPERI1IN[I EXPENSE \AC'o0oS OF CLASS I SIEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF uBIVCE
BY DISIRICJai .ND REGIONS. FOR THE )EAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1133 -Continuued


Account


I. MATMuIAB1O OF WAT AID 8TRUMR082 Continued
? Coca ajd ore wharwe .... .... ..... ...... ............ ....
12 eal ad ore .Rarve--Depreolatlon ..........................
24 O producing plat .......................................
"b producing vlante--Depraciation .................. .......
?27 Telegraph and telephone lines ................................
241 Telegraph ad telephone 1Inae-Depreolatton ..................
2 SignalAs and Interlookere .....................................
SSignala aud tnierlookers--Deprooia&tlon ........................
251 Power piant awe, eanale, and pipe line ....... ....... ......
252 Power rlant dana, aosnale, and pipe llne--Depraolatlon ........
2 Power plant bulldlng ... .....................................
2 Power olant bull4ng--Depreolatlon ..........................
5 Power ubLBtatlon building ....................................
Power eubetation buiLldl o-Depraclation ......................
257 Po er tranBsais ion yE tmE ....................................
25 Power traoslelmlon setaas-Deproolation ......................
29 Power distribution syeteo ....................................
SPower diLtribution Eysteme-Depreolatioo ......................
2,1 Power line pole anid fixzturaoe ................................
262 Power line pole and fixture-Depreclatilon ...................
2B Dlidgroa c..onduiti .........................................
2 U nderground oonduls--Depreoiation ............................
:i :iEoe lanEoue etruOnuree ......................................
2loellaneOue etruotuzee-DepreoIatlon.......................
267 Pavwing .................................... ..............
268 Paving--DepreolatIon ................................. ........
269 Roadway aohines ........................... ..................
270 Roadway aaohinee--Deprcltatlon ................................
211 Bmall tools and euppliae ................... ..................
272 RemovInt g now, Ioa, a d sand ..................................
273 Aeoeaenta for publLa i .provmane ...........................
P711 Injurie to n Breone ......... ......................... ......
275 ioourane .. ...................................................
275 Statlocry ad pitloting.....................................
P77 Otaer epenenee ...............................................
Total of acountsE oe. 201 to 277 ...........................
278 Bsiotainiog Joint tracke, a rde, and other asolJtles--Dr.....
279 MattainlngB Joint track. yards, and other faoilltla--OCr.....
280 Zqualliatton--Way sad etructures ..............................
Total-Awl depreolation aooount ...........................
Total-All other malntenancoe of way and etruoturee aounoot .
Total alntenance of way and etruotures ....................
TI. KATITXUAIOZ OP ZIQPZPI
0l Buperlntendenoo .............................................
02 hop msohinery ...............................................
303 Bhop maohinory--Depreoia ilon ..................................
S Power plant maoblnery .........................................
305 Power plant maohinery--Depraolation ..........................
306 Power substation apparatue ....................................
Power eubBtation apparatus--Depreoiation .......................
Steam looOtmlve--Rlpalre ...................................
Stem iooomotivES-Dpreclatlon ...................... .........
SSt a loooot ivaa--RBetireeet ...............................
)1U Other looomotiveB-Repalrs ...................................
312 Other Loooaotlvm-Doepaoiatlon ...............................
,11 Other looootives--Raetirment ...............................
SPraeght-traln oa --Rapal tr ..................................
315 iraignt-train oare--Depreciation .............................
316 reight-train sare--ReaTireents ..............................
N1 PL51 ger-lrain caT oRpaLf .............. .................
Peaenger-treoin are--Oepreciation ............................
319 Paenger-traln cars--RetLremaenti ............................
320 Motor equipment of care--Repalrs .............................


-.4


_____________ Tatoli for drieriota


~1


Southern dietriot


as gne am gne


and
appor ti oned
freight
-rtoe


end
&pportloned
to paeenger
and allied
len...


and
apportioned
ight
freight


and
apportloned
to paeEangOr
and alled


sA
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


_________ -------__ la MerylOU on A erving -m~n...


*,1215,115
813,268
7,766
5,632,03
5.888
8.413,005
31,10
166

115,666
43.703
9.0I0
572
71,960
1,700
560,942
71.765


4.57~
72


147.053
125
2,664,558
11,092
3,275,666
.029, 387
139, 710
1,17,969
1,M4.975
2, T39
256,983


1754


1, 148,2
3,121
6,1 11


115,611
51,184
19,166
48,969
152,163
81,782
1,510,001
2r77,683
218.85Z
279,101
30.744
A 826
,573
1,859
52,901

36
922,256
1,401
1,188,194
1,158,1436
31b.582
697,o026
563,626
118,966
80,302


6785,691
5,108

1,386,999
141
4,382,608
17,840
166

71,890
25,963
543
256
38,919
1,208
351,022
72,955
37,:67
1,011
4.,022
40,322
82.131

1,089,6156
1,888
1,198,440
1,663,720
42,436
908,832
652,878
125,929
166,510


4,1102
661,499

38
3.655,466
22,:69


87,614
3,5179
17.157
471,083
130,723
81,769
1.331516
277, Ts
157,190
279,092
30.017
5,729
8,351
25.771

392,264
117
4a66893
693,k05

1.2221
412,518
233,532
50,580
50,630


8242.92Q
136,3 1

744.356
3,797
1,336,092
10,798


14,982
6,981
4,598
214.71

109,544
4r5.756

25
13,650
10,5814

540,510
2,313
699,976
86,679
5,911
223,;47
39,055


5295.4170
2,508
813,310
11,558


4,344
3,272
199
14,4gi

107,980
34,853

6
2,94A
13
3.529

181,417
231, 2
32,615
1,080
81,820
21,1714
20,597
15,251


229,816.43 87,134,375 87.901,504 39,502,989 47.003,350 15,00,351 95, 4l.51l10 32,231.035
10 ,2,2760 6,293,086 [ ,108,361 3.596,715 1,980O.4 821,971 4,7 14,l54 1L,874,370
7,682,512 4,031 .721 2,?.891 2,379,002 l,623,;U 519,27? 331.179; 1,133
115 a gj59 j 9- 115 A 9J5 -
2,152,918 1,213,193 81,939 865,53F4 818,469 249,865 1,152,510 100, 794
230.3.g79 g.l81.4652 .14.o1 9.g 19 46 351.99 15.452.19 95.6U. 2 .7116
32,756,797 -g9;?4;755- 8B,;621;9 -- Vo,7:7312 ,4360-,26 15,702:,}3 96.77.5 32.9;971.9


17,373, 68
5,889,065
319,884
1,359,494
180,785


130,227,986
36,802,015
2,616,976
1,135,428
1,035,686
119,477,4A
98,116, 388
8,526,301


36,315


6,162,816
2,2411.019
115,986
869,899
319,710
01, 370
198,360
58,3711530
1?. 3 980
1.Q7,257

1,336,8-7
877


387
35,350.860
17,954,746
1,213,320
3,38.2g9


7,416,4"9
2,725,157
179,962



57,537,098
15,037,026
1,923,872
667 225
55;.543
55,984,121
35.800,002
5,738,545



799


2,934,414
1,137,259
88,796
662,700
282,970
285,558
212,062
27. 298,48
5,035,887
1.369,18I
1,345.920
1,158,061




16,668,995
8358,547
1 82,201
1,653.528


3,676,650
1,116,918
123.899
259,901
25,38
26,627
4,032
26,269,554
7,23,417
14:439
312,486
231,699
23,548,225
21,8114,699

1.336,949


-'-fo1loli or ot r' rarvens Arem,.-


1,010,215
25.52

85
2,379

10.w
21, 445
612
1151




5,4167,?
2,701,624
106,022
263,228


U


Awso lmm
and
apportloned
to
freight


sad
apportoned
tjassenger
alied


2.658

1.500,678

2,694,'O




2,902
8,280
492
810D.

101

528
4 766

53,738

1,034,:p
6,826
1,377,222

91,363

lW:&
9


Im

4191,2143

1.6514,7







16,11


9

721
97



2, 6


432, 16
21,281
202,680
218,920
"47ig


6,280,585
1,976.990
16,02
402,08
5.699
16,012
1:521:573
14:541,2
548, 65
2 1,717
1,380
J9,9-9,080
41,171.6B7
1,452,807


35.516


2,198,187
273,05J
38,655
168635






105,002
1,295
877



6,891,575
325.097
1. 'n .''


nEeen district


&4 &









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
12
31150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE Il-SU MUARY OF PRIM \RY OPLR.TrAi N6 EXPN.'.L ACrOUNTS OF 'CIAb I STEAMN RAILWAYS FR EACH CLASS OF SERVII-E
BY DISTRICTS A SD RLIONS. FA'R 1111! NEAR ENDLD [LCiEMNIPER JI '33 --('untinud
ToLals for districts
All districts Esatern dasletrlat Boutnern district Weatern district
Asalg nedB -s tnedpe Ae Aseaeeld fsl eed aalgne ed nAigned Asslgned ed e Asalsn8e
Accoant dn d and and and and: and and and
apportiored apportioned apportioned apportioned aprortlon.d apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to Op&ssener to to passenger Lo to passenger
frel gbtL and A lied fraglt end allied rreLz.L eand allied frelgbtL and allied
servlce serloae ee-rvio SaernlOs errios serves s ernl ,o I aervloes
II. IAINTE UZOE 01F EQiPUEMNT Continued
21 Motor equipment of oar--Daprclt.tlon ............................. 19,941 2,063.567 5.979 1.401.235 $1317,96 113,L2 6.79215.5
fe Klos.nr-qS.^...Rpl .......n^ .:.^-:.^^.^-.......................^7 17;4,
22 Motorl equipment of are- -Reti rements .............................. 18,9 1,. ,Z C'7 7622,7 21,792
32 ti g equ ipment- e pa rs ... ....................................... 6. ,02,90 1, 9,6l ,C ,',o*0, 0617,1 10, ,,'i
rfl oting eq.lpe.n t--De pre. catio ...................................... ... ...3 ...1 1..,73 l5,1,64.4 37 5 725, g232,0 1,7 202.12,59


W31 3ao nrk ecu .nd- Rp t r emntin ..: :.................................... 721% 109 2 ,1795 ?G:7.6131_ S?.) 9 .31'.2 7..??6 }".0.^3 8
325 Floatineoug ,equ2 pmen.-et .10,779 10,g 5 2z,3 6670 95 8 1,775
26 olln of ecu ni --NeB. 301 tor, ............................ gqol;12 1,}9 7,l1 26a7 !9,01 3 1g. 074. 7~ L70.09 19.7 6o 60.4g7,9gg
326 Cnolr e oip nt relrsn ........................................... ..: ,7,900 1,319,690 1,559,6 973.11 1.0,77 26,1 32.8.75 1 6.,.
2 n Work equipment.eprei.t......................................... 3,55,8591 1,290,025 3i:,i4, 79572,520 249,7,r9 11,h10.,lo 596,62o

2 nWork 2nq eulpment-- Cr 5........... ............................... ',9 67, 0 1421,12 31, 3 9 548 94 9316B 20,503 252911 236 15,0
e9 Ee expns qulpmnl ..ir................................ 2....2'94- 2471 110:: 326,6 67,aw. 52,407
530 Miscellaneous equipaeot--Depr. t 24 .,77 125,027 161,273 91, 87o,3697 50,1O s,8,


1 miscetlanlos esqu opmr nt-- retlroen 32................................. 2a, 97, 14 38,1970 1i,,30 9 ,7,2 1 3 1i,,979 0,1916 12,6T0,g9 7,1.31
Sta lnjurie to persons ............ ............................ ... 1,7:1, ,2,5,11 9,7281 3O ,093 19 5.,675, ,9o 512, 96 172,8 55


717,716 1,4 ................-.... 2g1,92 286 5.91 1. 369,765,1,06125240 11 9,5 748,4
331 ttIonery andp................................................... 1071,956 14,87 2 3,85 92,11 19296. 36,077

335 Otherat expenses ................................................. I.. 7,70 125 216,888 -:
Total of. a oLount r oe 301 to eu ..................... ....... ,2365 152,397,161 195,526996 73,779,0183 5.715,527 2U.230.096 1590770,60 9S
335 Main raining l o t .......eqapmn .......... ...................................2. 072731 1,5,257 125,32 7,99,15 153.57 215,9 1,171,701 371.563
3 aint.ln.g Joint eulpent- .........Cr.................................... ,957.6 6 2 521 1 915,19. 25,31.9 93,69.0 785 275 611,36 110,0637
335 equl atir -EquLpe nt .... ......................................... ...8... 1 0 -- -
T oL--A depreiton .........socout...............................1. 6,9513 3967,,726 17 2,06,195 30,290,511 5. 41,"023 5,.3g3,589 14,2816,3
Total--All other Mnai~ntensnce of equlpmer.t accounts .Q,95g 11i17.5 1 .2264. ..PfalM.2. j510iij. 156913 1, oo11 1016.
otal an t ronane of equip... t.................................,%26,1i 133,63 15,5969.5 5,536 PU7.96019 2,O1t,0ii --V 7' 1




T. 111. TRAFFICo--AL NE
15 Superlntendane .................................................. 2207 359 62180,187 9,3,127,0152 4,678 3 ,8 6 7 5 5, 1,2 ,90 7,5 6 15 ,176o
35 OtIde ageesols........................25,: ,902 12,5866,352 9,1"6,0R1. 3, 65,315 5,1.15,036 1,659,9 119:.952 7:.11754,17



eo2 D rtis ane g ...................................................... 1 .0 ,568 7,938 6,92 18, 55 22,5, ,i5 609,5300 1,7116,.999 2,96,339 3,702,4 095
STraffic s associate on .............................................. 117,22579.339 3,98898 5.O27,0852 13 9007,85 21,4,,806 52,73,3 9,927,08 1 732




374 M iling, inopecc.lon. snd dBmz-iirrae bluresus ...................... 1,197,775 ; 1,058.819 2 548,68 -.o 1 ,590,72
t75 frsnd orei t lines ......................................... .....832,9550 50327,902 95868 19,
36 Idustrialon abuep. l 5 b 9ene .................................1.. 7,227,75 7 5,58,432 1,720,9 2,10,.9915 31,52.,62 91,91C.2 57,069.28 155,5
Xdnsuranse a.d lrk. ............................. ..........3,260,86 1.26. 1.,921 6s9,.97 3,7626 :1,552 1,2,7 6955?SO
tra oonduaor a nd p ritin... ..................................... i8,202,265 726,060, 3 1,9909752 3617,695 1,490,5 1,6 2,0,5,627 1960,123
359 Ohr epeB assia.. l ten.eF .................................... 5,63,577 1174,66 221,59 8603 53 900,68: 109,98 1,17 '22,91.
Total ra ffneen ................................................ .56951,780 865,503 22,356,2O71 ,71752 967 6,901 11,6,020771 372,312 22, 6d,5 6 1,196.,290
TV. TRANSPOSTA11011--BAIL LIllT
10 Suprinendnc a4 4122,564 5,279,282 1,663,971. 5477,565 3,140.0172


71 uari noeornde ..................................................2. 67,150,717 51275, 0 595,179 56,9,739 37,6147 284 42 991 2 5717
j72 Dipaohing tr a is 5o:m2T.B. 1..................................... .... 210,1806,38 15725,679 9. 087 83 980 3.43179 5,1.73, B65 67Z 6
37 St ew loh ye Per produce. ...................... ............... 11 5.77 5 6 ,95925 51: ,05: 7 ,319 3.674 17
3 r7. W Igtb lr.s poeo puadhase r ..... eau....... ..................... 112,729 2 1 07,511 8,71 11.4 786 15 780 520272
375 Cter o r a t loroore ........................................... 9,73.8953 199,66 3 1,1337192 7- 9205,676 5,019,13
376 tI on Supplies and loooon ...........................:....... 709,4775 5 ,6 0 91 ,106, 1, 62 591,912 2 ,655.328 ,6 s9,56



J Other Butppltes for ylurd 10QO>oClTo .............................. 566,4,90 9,536 82e,233 z6,722 io0,*,"77,^55s 17,63 !?'2, 5'
94 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ) 67,7:1 :rL 95,5
3 o ZLrda:r ra and yard lerks...................................... 6.2 ,5 69 W0 ,2 1 7 P6 ,0 6 3, 20 ? ;:1 6,7 0
Yard a utlf and brakemen ..................................... .2 21.9,776 50 .,.a 98,73 443, 8 : 2224912



dn Sol een sM tenders ..... ........................................ 76,57 0 l 4 1 571 1 1,0,91 7 ,66 5,78 8 115, 2 5 11
31 Yard otorm ...................................................... p10 5 95, 2973 ,61 2 29 1,77
"(3Z 791 9,R19 J:3 .gl6L 215.1
352 WMel for yard locomotves ..................................... 97,240,228 17,673 38.045786 153,9,5 3,16,3,1793 625,53 8,535,672 69,2,01
3T sikngpwe rduced ................................ 55,74-5 10,.3 53.067 11.319 2675 164






for9yro lp o orpro ti ...... ..................................... 2,. 73,5 6 3 1., 513, 93 ,103, 2120,7 920,030 1,750.85
sw6 it ching. por.d pru.roaed................................... 1,22,77 26,07:11 593,017 25.21 11,67 b 19208 1,29,1



ater furpllea for trlin oomos..tes. ............................... 1.597,6 850,06 81,91 397513 137,850 606 31.
3586 Lubriots for DWradc oa ot0ih s ..................................I36 r596 160. 10
3 the supliehus faporsea-Yloazd......................................9136,9S 52.23 1,iIO 'o.R ~ 1.1e 397,795
39is; S sup:plie and Tar 5Q ..............................::...........2,1 9 1,110, 76 5,79J 505,121 2,440,256 '5 317,795
3mg sn xems..............5475,0211 1,211:,272 2a57" a3,2 26 20 559,
392 ha oiee..........................6995,0 450,59011 17,519 14,02,91 7, 36316 30,759,62 15790.72
3932 baeais...........................65910 5,029,s5a 2~~Z46 2,907,435 122361 321701 209,303 1,972
394 FPs2 for train iocomotiv'ea........................................97,240,223 37,453,.473 35,045,565i 15,491.,561 16,653,793 6,201,511 42,510,567 15,757,401
35Traio power prodused..................... 5,533 1,268,750 225,515 1,110,699 261,203 20,056 75,515 155,025
36Train power purchased.......................121,7 6,029,570 592,173 5,07,2 1,675 9267 610,925 359,1122
392 aToer toe train locomotivess........................................9,459,297 3,602,970 3,873,7031,960 1,9,31 03,5 39122 1,449,92
tMLoroat fo train Idaocotiyeas...................................,5,7 1,6,55 1,4,751506361,96,2 1 3030 79,11
39 thrsppIe f or traIno locmotives ...............................1597:68s 550,50 651,691 375309,71 13,9 606243 31,13
1 Deficit or other reverse item.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS 3"
TABLE Il-BSUMMARY OF PRIMARY OrERAi-NO EXILNSE ACCOtiNl OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH GLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DISriICIS AND RLGIONb. FOR IUL YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 133--ConLinued

Totals for district
Ali districts hatesr dLsttiot Bourhs:r dltroit Veiemn ditrioet
Agoune Assigned ABe inep Assignsd Amsgsod Asge Assslige A-lH aspes
and and ad ad add end asa
apportioned apportioned apportitond apportioned apportlo sed apportinsd spportoned apportioned
to to passenger to pto assenger 0o to pausengr to to passenger
freigbt and allisd freight and llisd freight and mllted freighb s ai
BF e ________----------------------'a ie- serloe eBrvice services eSroyB series ervilo ...
IT. TRAISPORTATION-RAIL LINZ Continued
4o00 nginebonee mpeanesa-Trtn ............ .............. 23,893,814 1 f3.887,254 lo,10,258 $6,9, 814,387,870 12,281,111 .95.686 4 662 94
O. Traln en ....................... .. ...... ................. .. ..... 88.790.087 :49.4J 562 2,67,150 3 36 270 65. 8 7 .5296 17:5 95 1 _A
110? Train .up:lie asd epenses ............ ............................. 26,?41.195 25,591,230 1,2l89,537 1??" 39 59:310 1,5352 .9) 99517'3
10 Operating sleepn .... ...................... ............. 2 46,386 9717 2- 1o 23 1
0 S an d IlTsriocker opsratton ...................................... 10.071L.725 6,955.046 5.523.24u 4.212,747 1,215,658 741:580 3,132,519 E.OOOT19
b1105 Orossing protection .................. .............................. a,694,,970 6,1123,408 5.801.975 4,1164,769 806,913 41,8 2086.062 1,16670
406 Drasbridge operation .................................................. 1,075,726 470.275 5146,15 264.401 196 2,056,015
407 Telegraph and telephone operation ................... ........... 4...... ,726,281 1.,792.777 2,053,31 785,312 627,415 21 6' S,139 3i0
405 Operating floattng soilpannt ...... ..11,174,156 3,363,a26 10.282,72 2.195.070 302.864 94%9Q7 588550 1,073,769
W09 Express s ios ...................... .... ...- 20,982 20,982 -
410 Btatilonsry and printing .............................................. ,981,21 1,447.075 1,909,7= 75,76 762,150 12,92, lO09,589 "70,827
411L Other expanses........................................................ .21. ,017,48 2,227,2 7897 213.1 701 7271 58772
414 In urma ............................................................. 1,28,572 4275,34, 1O,520 132'562L 278,904 50 855 50,1u8 91.4
41 ..rlg -rst ....................................................... 1,664,570 233.043 7,71 124,23 303.,4 36,13 a3S 7
Damage to property .................................................... 1,2-05,75 53 ,805 600,235 250,078 251,128 123,400 351,395 150,S27
1117 Damage to live stock on right of way .................................. 712,526 491,017 53,5 27,778 277,910 168,1U7 381,107 275,092
4lg Loss and damge--Frlght ............................................. 116.108,082 6 5,958,59 4 2.566.127 5.783,361 2
i Loss and daae---Baggag e ................................... ......... .66,736 44,349 10,394 11, 99
t Injuries to personal ................................................... 8.,851,442 4,9914,010 4,895,640 2,377,700 1,285,330 1,019,831 2,672,472 1,596,.79
091 Operating joint yards ano trniralu-D-Or. .............................. 24,420,293 176, 8,459 10,298,575 803,616 4,786,210 3,335,056 :08 5.296,7
390 Operatlng Joint yards and terminLle-Or .............................. 1.4067,2 7 6,3639 4,9711,021 3,6 1,48 ',115,284 1,219,875 4,978,1.2 1:467
412 Oparatin Joint tranke end faclltles-Dr. ............................ 7,236.329 3,25,816 3,170,357 1,674,154 1.004,8 8U 326,200 3,061,092 1,115,62
413 Operating 3oint tracks and facilities--Or. ............................. 5,953,908 2,9636,261 2,758,976 1,371,135 762.040 I 91,325 2,132,892 1,100,804
Total traniportation-Raitl line .................................. 771,729,804 303,202286 352,179,375 149,17,129 131,37,969 1*6,223,291 285,202,460 107,811,866
V. TRAIWSBPORTA71IO-WATXR LII
431 Operatlion of vessels .................................................. 1,020,256 242,96 8,340 126,141 1,011,916 116,822
432 Operation of erminals ........................................... .... 1,534,121 s,o31 1,37 1 6,763 1- ,32744 31.873
433 Incidental ........... ................................................ 195.812 17,890 11,125 195,812 6,765
Total trsnnOorttnion-WBtar line ................................. 2,750,189 299,'89 9,71? 144,029 2,7?40,472 155,4.0
VT. II8rTLLAIIC.SB OPERATIONS
441 Dining and buffet service ............................................. 16,811,852 ,?26,581 ?.321,.437 6,26.,8214
442 Hotels and resTaurante ................................................ 399,326 1,637,?59 59,435 641,o35 92,297 119,968 27,094 876.156
Grain ,elevatos ........................................................ 563,878 507,310 51.365 5.17
S Stockyards ............................................................ 320,931 16, 5,?9 299,14
SProduocing poser sold .................................................. 47,183 4,,8941 28,' 3,866 9,i3 9,242 9,396 30,786
46 Other eiecellaneous operations ........................................ 463,163 43,124 151,381 138,127 17,590 2%.082 294,192 270,915
Total mlscellaneous oceratlone .................................. 1,794,481 18,929,629 763,4,77 9,010.209 176,003 2,1475.,729 855,001 7,43,691
VII. OXIUAL
451 Salarles and expanses of general officers ............................. 11,116,&3 3,,40,566 4,260,665 1,424,272 2,083,143 626,15g 4,771,685 1,690,142
U52 Balarles and expenses of clerks and attendants ....................... 4,69,659 1,07,0 ?0,1E ,202 5,116,072 9 .436,755 2,003.87 19,909,092 5,578,371
45g general office eupolles and expenses ................................. ,474,077 1,351,681 1,94,1 5 1. i r4,61 196.5412 1,832,271 621,951
s45 L e xpon ss .......................................................... 9,631,487 3,635.51 3,610.125 1 .42,107 2,.96,965 825,01' 3,62 ,397 1,58 ,122
155 Insuraroe ............................................................. 97.649 3 7,56 443,,9 18,872 14,188 5.130 35.563 13,35
1156 Relief department expnoBs ............................................ 1,360,794 I.0,93. 4-6O,16 ?205,207 14,062 36,410 630,564 295,918
457 Penlsions .............................................................. 23,346,572 10,035,191 12,326,379 5,787,251 3,036,494 1,006,457 7,983,709 3,21,7683
458 Otatlonery and printing ............................................... 2,001,184 563.121 755,155 204,,16 42d,984 98,701 787,042 259,704
V49 aluatl on expenses .................................................... 1.,92,670 692,051 575655 183,583 502,851 153,592 894,164 354,876
10 Other expannes ........................................................ 3.392,'76 1,5,3,656 iiL,.,37 785,975 411.309 1 1l,331 1.569,530 626.353;
461 General joint facillities-Dr. .......................................... 944,3j4 92f,85 304,616 429,658 96,50 165,907 543,225 '17'
462 General Joint facilities--Or. ......................................... 236,533 161, 4 410,15 109,820 40,13Z 10,817 156.21 10,787
Total general expenses ........................................... 107,660,392 35,944,359 45.97,3,020 16,061,238 19,259.41 5.247,674 42,428,031 14.635,447
VIII. TRAISPORTATTON FOR ITRSTUifT--OR. .................... 2,926,232 23 0,? 1,001.210 11.994 345,668 889 1,579,354 10,139
Total railwey operating expenses assignd ................... 1.615,745.153 629,944,862 704,799,543 299,060,423 101,466,669 98,280.376 609,478,941 232.604,063
Unasmimned operating expenses apportioned ................... 2,.37723 1,167,041 1.4.B535 940,836 2,715 856 627.173 225.349
Grand Total railway operating expenses ....................... 1.18,119,876 631,111,903 706,544,378 300,001,259 301,469,354 95,281,232 610,106,114 232,829,112





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14 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
34:90 BUREAU OF srATISTICS
TABLE 11-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OI'LRAI[N EXPENSE ACVIOI 'rS OF CLA.S I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
Bl [IISTKICT. AND REGIONS. FOR TrE YEAR ENDED DLCEMBLR :[. 193' -Coitu.b.ud
Totale for rgLon__________________
Eastern district Southern district
--- wHa mAr re lon a 0i ntrl I? LtBm ...... ___P hijj l -
Aoooint Asns Assined Alsigned Asined Assigned As signed Assged ami21gned
and and and anid ad and and end
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to pasaenger to to passenger to to pasesenger to to paeisnger
freight snd allied freight snd allied fretgnt and s.ited frelght snd allied

I. MAI NTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES
201 Superintendenoe .................................................. $754,146 15i.183 64.291.999 p,662,06M 43,736,722 1,672,627 t1.390.192 1I246,451
202l Roadway matntep nsms-YaL ........................................ 124,6 0 081 520,8356 68,80 30r.,772 64.259 282,209 18,583
Roadwa msantenanae--Other ....................................... i.90,816 563. 22, 3.679.195 1,422-,018 2,923.,107 1,l, 1396 1. 757.400 310,568.
203 Roadwa:y DepPrseomtlon-.-YaZ ...................................... ......- -
Road au-epreolion--Other ..................................... 63
201 Underground power tubes-Yard ..................................... -"
Underground power tubes--Other ...................................
205 Underground power tubes.-Dpreolatlon--Ya d ......................-
Underground power tubes--Depr siiio l--Otber ..................... -. -
206 Tunnele sod subw&@-Yard ........................................ 6.,056 h 599 7123 1,342 -
'0 TS;i;~dS5; S~':::::'::::::::::::::::::^ 1:I1;60 9.:39 49,22 122.16 116,745 141,071 26,576
Tunnels sod subwys--Other ....................................... .692 1,603 91,539 "8,f9 121,O71 26,576
207 Tunnels snd subwsis-DeprBolatton-Ysrd ............................ -... -O
Tunnel and submwus-Depreosllon--Other .......................... ,. 17i 8 6,
208 Bridges *trestlesa mad oulverts-Yard ......................... ... 12 32022 1 .67 ,73 9 9788 30
Bridge, trestle, md ou lvert--Other ............................. 138826 35, 719 1, 30,189 531.5 1295,9)9 539,36 82156532
209 Bridges, trestles, ond ou.vrt -Depreoaton- L .............. 5 -- 22,5 -
BrIdges, trestles, sad ouvertosDeprociatlon--Other ............. ,639 58,183 15909- 12,U39 5.5 5 132,095 18,51;
210 Elevated etruoties-Tad ........................................ d 24 1 15,406 50 -
Elevated etruotures--Ctbr....................................... -To 98,257 52,14a8 "0.503
211 Elevated struotures-Depreolialon--taf ..........................
Elevated struct.l res-Deprsoialon-Other ......................... -
212 fLee-Te ....................................................... ...22 906 16,26 4 8 5j:2 2,; .16,
5;;or'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::^::: ^ 1 "^4,6640 l3:W3,387,758 1,195:,58 1,li;997 202,9f
Ties-Other ......................................................... 92 01 .635.643 375 ,
215 TI s-Depreciation-lrd .............................................52 31 -
TI .is-.eprel .l on--Othber ........................................ 1, 105 -
21 4 Ra l-at r...................................................... 4143 ...6 22,27 88,5 15,51 4
RLals--Other ..................................................... 252,090 155,406 1,802,951 683,389 1,733,439 646,713 1,5081W 230,6
215 tile-Depretarion--Yard ..................................... ..... 7 "
2 1.Bl--Deprelatlon--0tber ....................................... 1,969 710 212 -
216 Other track matrial--ard ....................................... 110.702 11,791 636,556 80,209 253.090 1,976 124.16 5,0
Other trah at.o I--Otb r.........................3..............99 19623 742,139 1,213,519 580,281 872,5 2;:,720
2I7 Other tak asferlal--Deprsolatlon--lrd ......................... ..1 ~ -
Other track eatevr -D-preolatlon--0Lht r ........................ 1 356 117
218d *: r.................................................. .. 4 .
108,212 87 7a, 848 3747099 34 81
19 Bal a a.-.Depreo t o n--s r......................................... 1 1 3
Sa .3lt-D-fprttio -- hr- ...................................... 1 -
T ra5k 2a,86 ad e,06ao1n8--,219 ......... 2....................... 356. 81.9.06 I,696,997 R8,2 80.6 206,091 249,u161 246, 23
2.20 Yn9k 1.291.g end s6.aia-Yd97 3.311,77 2:8:? ,9 5 .4:1
Track lsang and surf-acing--Other ................................ .1 ,6 81 75 1189 417
221 R;ght-of -ws- fenesYard ............................557.............35 1,181 303 493 I
Right-of-way fenoee--Other ....................................... 55,597 39,070 229,516 81,560 79,378 25,088 60,232 13,101
222 Right-of-wa fenes-Depreoitiion--apd ........................... ~ -
2 Rt2 -tof-wy fenoo -Depreolatlon--Other .......................... 10 5 26 -
23 o and ..... and 9 e o 0.-. ard ............................... 0 3 12 10 71 6
Snow end snd fenoes and s nowablod--Other .. .........................,9 15.20 1.40,7 9,86 93 37
2421 Rnow a4nd sand fences and .no4,ed. Dspre ta4i 3.--Yar -..- 3- .. ..7-
OSno and send fences and snowshdsd-Doprsoiation--Othes -,--- "
225 crossings and eline--Yard........................................ 8,533 615 58,705 2.90 ":9,3s 1:2 1,L81
Crossings and eig..--Oths r.................................... ...... 9.,959 258,,11"9,376 2 .,1 20,3 1 .d 24,21
226 rosimgm and sigon-Dsprcilation--a d............................ -
Oroings an Sia-Depritlon--Other ......................... 15
227 Station and office buildings ....................................... 358,602 365,191 1.226.985 1 ,046,87 97y1,i6 006,770 Be 1 .
228 Btation and offloo buLldings-Depreosatlon ....................... .... 1.694 2,186 6,126 52 1,_
231 Roadway buildings ................................................. 270,18 I 3 -4.54 dP 0B.1102:*9
230 Rotu buildings............... ....................................... 11 1,.4 6.9 1, -55131d 28, 9
31 Water staLtons ................................................... .. 70,400 38.852 12,553 135,806 389,110 112,941 21M07
232 Water ta. ..................................... 335 157 3 2 165 5 .

2 h sa o ss.............. ............................ 36,052 1709 1
2 Shop mact engiomehouse-Dlnla i .............. 99197 59 31,4
itGrain elevators .................................................. 16,16 1,2 .7307 93 9.9
; 1 g bain el an o oe- D-ieiest io i .. .. .. ... .. .. ... ... ... 1 ,O 31 .7 233 3 3,,32 -


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TALE Il-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPER.\I[G EXPENSE ACrOL"NTH OF CLABS I TE.\M R.\.LWAYS FOR EACH CLASS 07 SERVICE ,
BY DISTRICIS AND REGION. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1083 -Continued

Totals for regimeL
Eastern district Southerln ieltrio
Lonoun. 1 :&D r Great ae vpCe rLe KS? aI telS r Rof o _'
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportloned apportoed apportioned apportLonad
to to paes Bger to to paeeenger to to pa mengr to 0to pIee.gr
frezight alie d freight and allied freight and a d freight and alli"e
ecr~Tl sen toes eerio Efzflofi.. senwine servIOcs .E l.. .mm.--


1. SAIN'lrlZAU OF WAY AID STRUCTUREB Continued
SGlal an32 d oare w avs ..............................
u OBal end ore harve-Depreation.tl ................. ......
25 O&Gas producing plants ..............................
? 0 G producing plante-Depreolailon ... ........ ...........
247 Telegraph and tlepbone lines .. ................. .......
241 Telegraph and telephone lIine-Depreolation ............. ....
2149 Ignal and initerloote ............. .
250 lignals und Interlookeie--DepreIaton .........................
251 Power plant dame. oanalie, and pipe lines ............... .....
25E Power plant dame, osnale, and pipe lnes-Depreoiation ..........
25 Power plant buildings ............ ............ ...........
Power plant buildings-Deproistoion ..... ...... .. ........
2P Power subitatlion buildings ............................. ...
power ubittion buildingse--Depreolatilon ............ ........
257 Power tranmlislon eyteles ....................................
256 Power trsnmieilon eylem-Depreolation ... ......... .....
29 power distribution system ..................................
E Power diStribution syseus--Depreiation ............. ....
261 Poaer line poles anid fixture ....... ..........................
262 Power line pole and frituzes-Deproolslon ....................
3 anidsrfgr A oonidults .................... .......... ......
2641 Underground looduuts-Depreoiatio. ...........................
2 i oella n oo s struct ur s ...... .......... ..............
262 eiseollaneus struoure--Deprociation ....................... ..
267 Paving ...................................... ... ....... ....
266 Pavtng--Gepreo aa tiion ...........................................
269 Roedway a=oh1es ....................... .....................
270 Roadway sohine -D-pTeolation ................. .......
271 nall tool and supplies.......................... ......
22 Roving mno, loe, and mad ... ....... ........................
g sesemamnts for publi o lapromvon ...........................
Injuries to peron ... .................................. .
275 Insure....... ..oo...........................
ttloanery and printing ........................................
7 Other ezpenae ................................................
Totma of an ooune lVo. 201 to 277 .............. .... .........
27 a entaining Joint tracks, yards, and other fanOltitle-DOr ......
SIintalining Joint track., yards, and other faaliltelo-Or ......
9 quallsatlon--ay and struotures ....... .....................
Total-All depreoiation account ... ............... .......
Total-All other maintenance of way and struoture sooouni ...
Total Iin snanos of wiay nd truoture ......................
II. AIuTIVAO or EQUIPISxT
301 upeo xlratendence ................... ............. ... ..
Shop mohinery7 ......................... ..... ..............
Shop saohbinery-Deplreclistien ........ ............
Power pl=1t mohlrry ........ ...... .....................
Power plant aohineryT-Dopreolatio ..........................
306 Power substati on apparatus ....... .............. ....... ...
P oer substatloa appratus-Depreot&LtLon ......................
k t.e loomolis -Repa ire ........................ ........
Sloaote- oi ti ............... ...............
J1 Ostem loowotilesa-Retaremen ..................................
31 Other loootives-epareol&to .....................................
Other looomtlir-Deprolaton ................................
other 10-t olivee-RrtifuemesI .................................
freight-train oars-Repalrs ....................................
15 reightb-tTrin omr--Der olitlon ...............................
316 soeght-traln oars-RetismsntU .............................
31 Pasu lr-tSaln o r-s-RopaiLr ..................................
Paoa ugor-trai n --epreotaliton .............................
ae9Omger-=trln casOim-Retiment ..........................'.
N0 motor eqnipment of aru-Reis ................................


*113,1

161, 5

13,140

1,617

116,1b6
7,.J


2,757
272

107,661




46


0565
62.745





20,0711
2O,2O3%
'I3oTO

5,963

213.
R: 311



2,910
97

71.5ol
116,058
273,006


79246
6.2111


273.)257
565
606,227

2,215,427
162

33,04
979
16,713

98,509
7,026

3.65
P0,193
58.70


637,962.
7449.677
11.987
50,8201
316,320
106120


6916
203,.120

1,587.25
111

39,161

5.699
32,207

376.98i
16,402

25,65k
4,678
17,0116

197,166



5,642
95.707
2,118l
31.587


1460,222
107;443

697.6}32
l42
l,6l.,857



27.702

16,590
1,201



22,8 0

137
17,373
23.59


403,239


241,465
Ma99


03,931
119:7












6,63
3.3395m7

1.464,741


PA.376



81,769
73},005
10,372



279,092
4 ,563


1,628

123,597




81,279
10',29


222,534

56T05317


11862




89.933
37.1165

25
13,013
2,013


16I,753
1,173


3016
23,07
W3: 1~
n 95
ANZ


9,1 0,350 6,679",961 4293759,931 16,171,170 35,196,m32 16,5"1,136 15,95i,'15 3. ,76,10

] :148 2" 1 5 1oi ; ;:2 61 N;

?23^I^ i] S 1. 1:21:256 ?8i&
N18:819_ 5do5?233"- 1 532 3_ 1 1& :%7 Im _
Ss.566 p. '.3j51 ..__ 282. 4n 632 1 & 969
9Jt~,. 'q7 7 .0990 ft6 3. I. a 1 IN01., .62 mls~1


10,5031








160,605


13,702
l1,g68


,018










17.7B4
191,977


11,393
1,926.281



I1.91t,67g
u36,i
35,1439


11, ,h 6am
369


1.1l6,5w
512,105


92,150
ie,414,895



7,619,33
l6:l6ll4i



10,721 9


50.4605
:73,379


,4~y1696
46;0l6

24,508
24,106,79q


164,249
77,729


6414,132


510


lS~7E;33













179,671
snmn
I~ ~ ~~7 4l4_ 1 ____
1 9,372. 0
2Ins,6











1790911
98.217


l.JIU,73
119,18]

196
63


136;i5

8fib.Ig
2081,49


812,753


A Gefioit or other rover1n Itm.


|80,186











:m
W.9^










229j
10,768


39,130

6




3,16


l|;aii


630,160

1 8f

.61
1,I8,5U

MB:
99


),83O7
2.260





,12


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6 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
34150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE II-SI MMARt -)" PRIMARY OI'LR.I INI; LEI'LNK. %lr '-lNTS OF CLASS I 61 LAM RAILWAY 8 FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BI DISTRICTn .ANL,- LUIONb. IOR [Hi' YLLAR LNDED DEL LmIiLR .l. I103 -Ctmirukd
Totals for regions
LaeBirn district southern distri ot
Kfisfzalasl nd region -- t r~ig 2'ln -- c-ua e." ein ~- MhH ala -
Account sign2ed8 Aslissgd d Assign ed assign edAsi And AAa si,2nsd
and and and and s=d and snd nd
apportioned apportoned pportionedA appOrtioned pportloned pportincud apportloned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to paimenger to to pamosner
freight and mll ed freight asdi called freight and allied freight and allied
____________________ A f l-fc t .flt.I S.r~liL ---faanl __ .nnlna S~a.- flaZ11-- --f ltBB
II. UAIfTUlANOg OF 04M2IP1E0 Contilnued
321 Motor equipmenL of car--Depreolation ................................... .220 .175 ,O $ 381,266 65.759 ,844.163 $1 ,7
3?2 MoLor equipment of crB-elotireoents ....................................... L8.. 89' 22 -
32 noatIng ,qulpmoent--Rep lre .............................................. 87 26. 1 1, 775, 3 10 647 7-;1 O 1 7 ,
32 otr ,qupment--Depro slaon.... .......................................... 6 : % 3 7,
325 Floating equlpMent--lettrement ......................................... d i.. O.I 19,702 19,630 90, 2 374 167 -
326 Work squl p ,--Re palr 0.......... ...................................... 169 IOU26o 70656 32,926 l& ,26, ,54
327 Wor0 sllo9 eqnl--Dp5eort 2............................................-...... 1,00 80,908 6ii96 114,705 6677,0 6
2 Workr,. equ ip men -- Depo L. ton ........................................... t66 597 96: :7 aL 3 1,10 9
321 Work equlp.ent--Rttrmen.ts .........................................9... r915 5,073 25 1,01 329,855 ,116,597 54, l,46 11 ,21
329 Mtisoelneous equipmoenL-Rep lr....................................... 7031 3,922 51,070 15,2 87139 2;585 9,932 2,11
330 Miscela .neous equpment.-Depreolatton ................................... .2,00 1,26. 37,450 10.,127 6,81 1 58,0 17535 3,836
331 M1.ol Laneoue equIpment- ettrmo ts .................................... d- 20 d 18 .,O al05 1,996 13,__' 654' _75 7,- 136
Insurlns e s........................................................ 7...... 1819 35 ,i 129 1 6 29, 96,2 90k0g 1:, 176


14I 3 .29 93' 1 2
tatitns so d printi ......................................................... .21*iS 1 :SI3,3*, 27,7 79-1 13li"6,",,
356 Other spnsose ..................................................... 0 .,3 26,91





33I te exes es ................... ::::::: ............1 i s a 132 31 P,13^ 3":L53 91217 60: 48;3
Total of accountos N10. 30L to 335 ............................... 23-,88, 9 9,009,267 95,931,33L 30,69,6"5 85,712,170 3h,070,171 30,275,P95 5.371,513
13160169667,1,903 99 56,,.930,"00
336 Maintaining Joint squipsent--Dr......................................... 81,5 11,16 667,16 0 4
37 Maintaining Joint eqolpmoenL--Or. ......................................... ....17,935 3O39 10, 5.5.. .. r.5l86 As,85
338 Equalzation-Equ pment .................................................. 1 9 -. 6
Total--All depreoiatlon accounts ................................... 1.,,7,160 2,729,880 22,835,792 4 9g8,73. 27,876,o2 .6335,80 h11094 328 1g4.8 S
Total- otRher l nao of equipment scounts................. 9.Ogj7 6,209 71 ,O 5 26o:,299 5b9'?P79 7.,823 '.49R4, A4S4
Total ai ote nano e of equi,, pment ...................................... ., 11, ,O,7f) V ,17 59. 9700.0 .0 7,b50 95e,255 2 636.215
111. TRAFFC
751 uperntndenoe ........................................................ .. .69 113,1o6 4.704.93 1,302,34 1.1,506 1,17,397 1,200 8 217,6122
;52 Outside sgsnois .......................................................... 506, 54 2 512,, A6 17o1'J.9' 3,:469,511', 1,791,973 1,11o, 2111 2,165
T17 .5fraol0 0 0atloue ......................................................,0,8j0 7 -i 1,261,86 113 328973
355 Asvrt Tfsing, los ....................................................... 1 L 0 .7 1 31a
3B56 Industrial and foigrstlot burga ...................................... 29,816 211,154, 20981 103,8l2 765,749 23 96 ,
m7 3nouranom ................................................................. 278 82 4,872 1,871 9,913 5,0N 1493
SStationry O printing.........................................3.............1,536 24,096 1,006, 62 12,1: 6 2224 1
359 Other expenses ..............................................................5,576 8,914. 12,256 5,176 4,157 1,94.9 8,741062
Total trsffio 1. ...... 21 887,396 11.,77,396 4,098, 561 9,524.565 : ,69,99 2, 697, 192 77,213
TY. TRANSPOirATIe--PRAL UIE
371 upsrintondsoo ......................................................... 01,0886 68,241 6,016,985 1,656,299 ,980,92 2,0287,87 1,787,04 86,127
E72 Dlp to rhing trains ........................................................ ,.02,, o6 0 ,92 r 376 8 ,O9,, 9 805,871
7 ttion e ,mploYeso........................................................6.40 '906 2,950 2 7 1 00 a 5 1,932,O 21 9,608
Ssseg.hing inspot.ion. and demurrae bureaus................................ 17,81 504,417 56 5 2 591-1g,
7 oma and ore wharves ..................................................... 1 596 -
76 Station supie od em xpensesn................................................99,969 4a5,O0 ~ 1,821,133 1,200,88) 1,1.99,295 1,501,028 220,121 106,89
77 ard=L stern and y srd Ol erk .............................................. 1,158,990 12 ,189 :8,279,7DB I 51 9 6,39 3,133 1 $7,74n6 952,90 3 96,7 w0
7 Yard oonduotors and brakemn ............................................ a08, 15 1 21?, 5 67 167,151 2.7 12 3:7 6 31 0,7
e79 Tla swtch and stgoal lenders .......................................... ,...22.2. 6 l,:jj7:6p 1,5 5 r67, 1687108996 1,7.47 3,2 ,7 is, 5
Tao Tra ens 1nag en .......................................................... 22 2 9,952,257 67 1,210,226 35 91
1 lard 12 6.....................6,859 220, 12,026 296,96 7
loeor o,, s 9..3..a ............................................ ,65, ', 6. ,z,. i7 3'3,76
power produced........................................ ............ .N ,1.9 3 16 ,
13 u,1 awitchLn power purchased ......................................... 6.201, 1,59 21,959 54,200 219,7161
385 Water for yard jloomotives ............................................... 6x,3)4 8, 7 41,322 536,458 43,7 110,660
386 Lubrioants for yard locomotives............................................. ..27,78D 2 ,88 7 ,01, 142,,7 ,4,0I 460
387 Other supplies for looaotLves ................................. .11,198 1,Itso ;1!:,?170 11, 711 o,139 O 10
1,93 5,26, 79 68. u 2t 59 91,2 1 7? 1o
38 nfoeshoussn sxpenses-Yr............................................................ 6 3: 98 1122 131159 154,571 14,91 42.002
391 Yard supplies so4 expenses ............................................... ... -., Nf, 10,208,0?9 i,6o578590 694,,077 1,167,838
393 Train sotoraso....................................... .... ...........
.,85 2,7 42 2, r5 0,1170 19,026,317 6,954,263 15,166,80D aU 4, 267,503 840 ,878
39 5 raol por tra o loo emot ves .............................................. 3.. ,1 7 421 1142, 279 2 ,7 5 3, 9 5 260 ,503
39 Train power purodaced.........................................................0733064
9=218, 1.820 94O8 49 197 0,2 0) 8,8 20,0
327 Matrfr trsnloooeoiwves..................................................7 8 '6 1,30,718721948,2 oo
398 Lubricants for Us~n locomotives ........................................ 5 ) :7) W9,5 a 1 ,86161
Other osr trin oomte .................................... 1 9 7 11:, 96 80, 25,250
j Daf ioct or other reverse itd.











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE 11-SLIMMARY OF PRIMARY OI'ERATrNG EXPENSE ACCOIrNIS OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRiCTS AND REGIONS. FOR rUE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 138 -Continued


."s


Totals for region
Eastern district ouUmbarr district

Account Assigned Assigned Aesigned Astgs A Aaigned m ned Assigned UiA
anndan anad and an
apportioned appartioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportionAed apportioned apportLoneA
to o pBneenB to to pasBenger to to pasenger to to psmenger
treigl n ld allied freLi t and called freigt anw allied freight and aUnt

I__. T_____aPORT-IlN--I LINE Contsnued
Iv. TI Ul8POhATIfON--RAXL LI'NK Continuted


glnehOus expenes-Train .......................-.. .....---...........
Trot=en ........o...........o...................................
Train supples end s panen e....................................
Operating sleeping oar ..........................................
Bignal and Lnterlookr operation ................................
CrosIng protection ............................................
Drsbrlgiand tesphone operation .........................,......
Operaltln floating equipment .....................................
Empre serve ...............................................
Statiloner and printing .........................................
Other expenes .................................................
Iouramno................................................... ...
Olnaring wrecsa ................................................
Damge to property ..............................................
Damse to UTlve stock on right of w B............................
Loese and dawags--Vrsigt ...........................
Loss and daaag--g9 ..ht ......................................
Injurlem to pernon .............................................
Opertiing Joint yards end terLmnlls--Dr. ........................
Ope rating Joint yardo and terlmnal-Cr. ..........................
Operating Joint tracks and facillItLs-Dr. ......................
Operating Joint tracks and rfalitles-Cr. .......................
Total tranportatlon-R1il tlln ..............................
V. TRANSPORTAION-WLTER LINK
Opartlon of Tnvessels ............................................
Operation of termiaise...........................................
Inoidental .......................................................
Total transportalon-Water line .............................
TI. WBCZLLUANIOU OPERATIONS
Dining and buffet mervoi ........................................
Rotels na restaurants ...........................................
GrOin ele tors ...s..............................................
Stookyard .................................. ...... ......-..........
producing power old ............................................
Other missllanoiu operations ..................................*
Total aisoallaneoua operations ..............................
VIl. GUEUAL
Salaris and psensme of gsn i officers .......................
Salaries nd expense o of Clarks and attendants ....................
general offices supplies and ozpenms ............................
Ls sapas s.....o..............................................
insurance ................. ..............................
Relis department eXPmsos ......................................
Panetuon .......................................................
Stationery and printing : ........................................
Valuation expenses ..............................................
OTher os ..................................................
OGeneral Joint fmallit s-Dr. ....................................
General Joint faclUtis-OCr. ...................................
Total general *qraju .......................................
Till. TRANSPORTATION OR INBVESTilT-C. ............
Total railwm operating orpeoses asegn6d ...........
UnasiLgned operating expenses apportioned .........**..
Gracn total railljway operating penes. .............


1756,140
?3 :C064
16,954

6314,783
661,719
87,202
100,520
655.013

179,119
681,575
S:,128
50,120

2,722
510 968
U13,892
1,294,614
510,435
115,019
811.558


1962,627
1,850
773,590
812,866

61O1h

101,.0
20, 325
10,130
8,592

L,924
4,467
487,779
1.9318,077
207, : 78

1. 5,1 ?


N;M
6,104,985
2,792,014
2,607,626
203,315
1,026, 525
5,896,781


2 772
370,190
242,725
25,760
3,217,583

2,392,424
5,74',700
2,713,734
1.734,065
1,380,585


(2,718,5 84
9,377,810

1,841, 364J

1,4355647
92,822
336,721
1,281,318

156,717
35,379
IA ,079
1 1,912
11,792

13,388
1,193,016
3 W-6, 688
2',397,646
'615, ii6
15,119
?6,iL


5.2 8;4S
5,346,598
2,096,451

2,532,630
525 618
926:286
3.730,948

857,201
853, 725
202I620
440o,461
299,860
25,027
2,210,045
2,087,324

1,29,361
1:'6189852
1,321,273
1.295. g33


7,867
720
1,597,793
2,216,256
110,25
376, 4
91),5

387,8103

:129,7

13,062
26:4t4
696,a
3,218,851
1,078,464
735,863
558,44


11. 12 '091
1,789,376
409,273


177,80M
153.,1"f
212,636
82,709

75,763
26,436
522,751

184,643
572,268
256274
297,28}
119,703


190,1110



678,81



10.341

11,084


3157Vl

57, 9
3541
5865


50,.67,792 21,359,097 168,}73,712 58,252,182 152,937,811 69,525.850 35,294,058 7,967.505


71.371 2676
I,]4 12 9 l

9,717 144,029 --


oW .3116 3 46,6u: 3,976,60 369,324
71962 102:62536 46, 377 -
,22 681 I 302U i61
141 1767_ 6 _, 61 u,910,0,7 o5o7____ __ 6__6
23,642 795,576 279,886 4,0i5,614 463,949 4,169.019 52,076 370.954


376,78;
2,090,502
lv?9
151,09
264[,9817

795,005


135A
1.05,71,J


27.04
425


?aii.i
70, r






65.83}
231lK


.792,22 2

15,84'3


'#3.5 11!
10,357

2 1
591,: 65,
M776


2.357



L.780
3.,25e


l,661,l5

2.6

175, 17

i799:11
238,40
2l
64:S


2,.
?r.554

10,527

3,708,28
"66 6
79,$10
Ia,5 3 5
1m4OR7
8S:5


__________ I I I ~ I
4,008, 679 2,067,321 20,842,312
5,911,51"


.1 4 -T -'
3,925 353,517
-- .1 4 I r 1


2,Oj*mt


7r990,


-~ 4 I ~t
p2,777 300,520 620,207 cwJ.ur-
I ~I --- I


60,0711,303 42,294,566 341,3j7,557 119,529,770


I ____________________ .1 __________ __ __


03 ,707


3,222
137,796,631


721.771 30,292
05,152,5 F18 108,176,92)


637,716
1,87h
9HS'wiG

S.1: f1





77,621t
109,8,07

9,8A,7




89,892.207


571
Pa. 7.S6

.g:.g





1.077, 459


18,624,225


1i,624,225


d fl 115


2,067,322


20,84.312


5.97,804


4,0o0.679


),985


353,517


119,269,746


304.430,747


59,731.526


41,994,046


34o,637,270


300.520


b60,287


260U.0.


"2,777


119.529.770


(4.07k.30) I12,9k,566


34.317,557








INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3*150 BUREAU OF STATISriCS
TABLE II-BUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPEBAIirNG EXPiENSE At ('OIINTS OF CLASS I SIEAM RAILWAYS FOB EACH CLASS OF SERVIOE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR IUE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1933 -Continued
TotalW for reglinB
Southern district Western district
cSoutmern reilo, .orhwe.te ro Ceneral Was e r SBouthes ie rlon
AooOUIM Aseigned A sused i U Atsstied Mied Leel"Sead Jaagned
and sAd sadA and and and sad end
apportioned Apportioned apportioned apportioned appoLioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger ao to passenger to Lo passenger
freight and allied freight end allied freight and la Liead freight nd slllicg
erri Lo Bervilces _2ry.ov earvi Oe service services service -ervioce
1. 33 NTECAMo OF WAY AND STRUCTURES
201 Supsrntendenoe .................................................. 1 : 719 $1 390,452 3, 173,327 t1,006,130 4.063.,392 1,608 ,69 6. 362.101 663, 625
202 Roadwr nteanisceo--laf ........................................ 2.......,4#1 1.10456 a 3i,965 25,524 2 0.8 32 16 6.70 4,612
tawm aitese-Ote....................................7331 1 2870 2 ,86869 1.039.539 2.86o,670 1,3, ,0 o667.
W8! S.S? i^"S^ :oS r"::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .739.33 1l.? :709 2*j>" s)69*" o;7l,35: 6 2,037:6 2.
Roadway. nD pnteonI os0--Olter .........-....-.. -....- 9,737 14,3 o 56
203 Roade.1..neproolation--Yard ...................... -,J %D
PRoAwa~y--DeprcoS laton-Other .. 9,3 1113. .. .........
20 Undeground power lube-Ierd ....................................
Uderground power tubes-Olher ...................................
205 IUderground power lubee-DepreolsaLon-Y-ra ......................-
Inderfound power tubee--DepreaLston--Otber .................. 2..... -.. .-
208 Toonele end euSuqe--lard ::::::::::::::::: ~ ** 11247 SI^lf 71,143i 1*17"
20 Tunnels and ub -Dapr oa o ar........................................ 5, -
Tunnela and uub y v--O ere .....-................................. 7 4 1 ,16 44 76 9.961 99

20 TEle ated etruturBd e --l a -............................... ..... ..
B enva d e tru, tursgee-ad-Other tr 2 ....................., -
211 Elatede. treuotr- and preoerton--Terd .......................... 1
SO irdgen tre Ume &ad sulvorts--o: o~to -Y ........ r08,02 9.61 2 13:1,1 2 70 1.T: 2.522:00 7

ElaBrtded truLoorend oDplverteoton-Othr .......................... 379 4,86 59310 53,719 4
21 fee-lr...............................................................h1 1937 37,583 1,093496
e a-ot e s Lr........ .::. ........ ................................. 5,169125 ,19 ,4 0 1,67 1 '4,9 992 1 .728 7
I2 Tale--Deprelatioli--oatl ....................................... .. 118
11 OVtAsl-otte .:DPreols. on-s' ..,..... ........


E L I- 19,76 4,987 -
1otiee~depreotstic-c peosto--0tha..............r ,2 ; 2 37,8 : 6 207,498 24,486 168,477 8,062

x ,-., oS;..; ^ ........- .......... ...................:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .^: .* s o x.7 l.x.^ :n? 6.7,.:^ 1.o.0,^ 3^ )
214 ae--erd.......-.. ep io............... ........................... 122,509 n2 O10- 19 2524 26:8 1 7 7 3 5 746
1 .u e-- O eer.................................................... ... .9 4 57l 7 99 -
219 Bil p.-Depr:eoItlon--ys d ....................................... 16 37 0 6 -
2 Oh oer Itra o n a -tera rL--Ya o. ............................. .... ....7 16,2 5610 267 89 91 0 086 1- 19867
Other traok; oatarial--Other".......................................................41,627 141)7:"1 1460,911 1,54.6,317 79,120 1,031,799 325,838
217 ORe track .sterLa.--Depr.eo.tlon--r--. .............................. 2.2....- 610105 u. 16
BOther track ad trL-oeprentno1-- e 9......................... 6 2 11157 46 2
al ant--Other ................................................. 1 26 1019 7:8 67
212 Sl aet-- Dpreo* att on- o Io ...................................-l. -7 -
I la--DBprIa.tlo --O. ii...........................................9297 -4 1o,04,27 77,49 6,o6. 1,
2 Tk at ylnr and c l-erolaos--l ard ................................ ..... 42628 "60Po .q 86, 1
3.1 957 219 5:2f 46oi 22






Tac laXyingSad erfatiig-Othef."..................................,06:4 2,929,970 64,06If 2,8,0 35, 1, 33,729.,6 2,^,e
221 ,rg *t-of-wa fen e--Oelar ...................................... 2PM .', 5 7,2 39 ,7
h tr-ofm-wat fenee--i er J............................ .......... ^0"38010 237:1 79,235 329,279 123, 60 1
25 Ri tr-o k-w a fte*n aeo --DepreasLation-l- ad ........................... 176 175 0 -
Sigh-or-wg .......ee.eD ... -o. -O.......P...................... .- 31 2
223 tow sad enO t fecnee iand eno...ede--fa................................. 3
ao d feaee sati d n oahede--Oe .....................................7 890 100 101,855 45, 56
2211 Snow and eaand feneean8d enowahede~--epreoiatton1--4rd....................- .- -
2one an esand fecoee end scougaeda....Dpreo0atio:--Other ........... 0 1 71 0 -
TrOacklaelnse and sie--Othe r ....... 62 z.21 25929:9L8 6,603 617,167 9,182
215 deteor ad enlie--lard .................................... ..... 1 12 51 4 197,89
S reel ioe m send es0--Ote er .......et ................................ .....0 2236 74 -02.7,21 9F, &,L
b 29 t"oe"i..en *"ss epre ..atioc--Ote.r........................... 65 1,75
-I 5S IS37S f, 5-Depreon-tl her 3:1 31:97 21-

7 Station mid ofiea botin --...........................................,01416,9859356,4, 1,2 520,358 o 2
23 Sntoaon nuo o ole anu n-eti. ... ............ ............... 1 7
2 eda bdn amoo v................................................ 19 84,797 96,302 31,0 187,095 425.95 81,1; 21,93

tier etailone .........................................................3J2 750 ,078 375 5,1n. 16585,2
Bater entatlsnd--epreolion ........................................126 4607 13,9 60.64"
5 ,atlaen a--1eprelat .1,0117 2, j 66,6, 22, 7 2 0,6J]
i......u ......,,......,,,...... ,,,............,, 1625506So 8,8 h iO 2 ,00:15"] 0782,3
aec oue eeiat ........................................... e 2,165 76 ) 5 75
oa and ihoae--..o.. 3 .......... ........ ............ IU O 5
7 Win eleva ges................................................. 1,001- -
Cr IPain eanv e a -Sermti................................. 188 2P -
P StlIe werfelooee.... ...;.................................-....... U.976.354-
atina ged Offico.uee ng-.ereation............................... 6,* 74 1 Pao 19o A& -.w
41 Rarwee sea denp ................................................ 2 3570 6,88 7- 96 04,
in Serve. etato dek--Depse;;iion .................................. j 79 35 -.-1- -
d Diotow i0 ba reverse dtie.











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE iU-BUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOITNTS OF OLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SBVIC]E.
BIl DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31.19353 -onlutinued


Total. for regloan
Southern distrtot Wesrin ditrtiot
Aoaount a-s -JL.,tgnJ- Jlolg-Q & Ml4gad rd --iBEGm. ...
pponrioned apportioned port amned apportloned apportiod mpportltnd e pportlond llpOrtlaod
to to1 pasener to t to paaenger to to Ptoongors I t lj nMr
freihbt aend illed right ad aliLied frelt dud Bl/ I llah I O11
m___ __________________ efnlo. eurtoeM --- elo. merriose 4 Io 1r ~ Mrlc ...rmrau....


1. JAIrTZBANOG OF VAT AND STRUCTURXB Continued
243 Coal and ore whar ..s ... .. .. .. .... ... ...
2 Coal and ore nwharves--Depreoiation .. ..................
21 Gem producing plant ..........................................
Ga produiotng plnte--Deprootmlon ........................
2117 Telegraph and telephone lines ............................
248 Telegraph mid telephone lines--Depreatation ...................
2149 ignala and interloo ere ......................................
250 tLgnals and Interlookere-Depreotiation .......................
251 Powel plant daeis. oanam, eand pipe lines .. ...................
252 Power plant dams. oanmale, and pipe Itnie--Deprociation .........
Power plant buildings .........................................
SPower plant bulldlnsr-Depreciattion ............................
2 Power substatton butLAiLng ....................................
25 Power eubistation butldtngs-Depreoiation .......... ............
257 Powaer trannLission eystes ............................. .
25 Power tranemsolon oyetees-Dep-ecoation ....................
29 PFer distributilon yeter .. .......... .......................
2 Pcse d it ributlo Bysyetne-Depreoltttion ...................
P261i Powe line pole ad fixturse................. ...........
262 Poser line pole eand fituree--epreott Ion...................
263 Undergrouns d oonduits ...........................*.............
26 underground oondulte--Depreotltion ............................
26 H Il ie laneou e structure ..................................
M26 tBce2lLmneouB truoturee--Depreoisaion.......................
267 PaIng .......................................................
268 Pavlng--Depr eclatlon ........................................
269 Rosdcay acohinea .............................................
270 Roadway maohlmne-Depreolatton .............. .............
271 Ball tools and eupplia.. ................... ........
272 Removting snow, Loe, eand Band .................................
97 Aosseementa for public implovemente ...........................
Injuries to person ..................... ......................
Ineuranno. .................... .......................
Stationery and printing .......................................
Other expenses .................................................
Total of aooount Boe. 201 to 277...........................
278 Ktintaining Joint tracki, yards, and other faollitoe-Dr. .....
279 Maintalinng joint tracks, 7elrde, ad other raollstie-Or. ....
280 Iqualte ation-Oay aid etruoture ..............................
Total-All depreoltion oanounts ............................
Total--All oxer maintenance of ay and etruotturee accounted ..
Total maintenance of cay and etrlsot iee......................
II. IITZIIAO A0 Or IQUIPSIOT
S uperlntsendenoe ...............................................
8hsp m eohlnorr ....................................... .... ... *
shop maohtnery-DeproCiatlion ..................................
Paesr plait eanhiaer--Dsprooiationa............................

SPower eubstation apparatus ....................................
Poser substat Lon apearatu -Dopreot iton .......................
SSItem- loooaotlvs--Reparll .....................................
309 Btem looosotitves-Depreoiation ...............................
310 Item loconotlvee-s-IBtremente ................................
311 Other loomotiven--Repise ....................................
312 Other looouotive-Deproiation ..............................
1 Other looootivras-Rettrmemts ................................
1Freight-train oalr--epair ..... ............................
315 Freight-train oars-Depreottia ......... ....................
1 freight-trnoare--ettreunt ...............................
i e7 AWng-7trin oare-Rspalre ..................................
318 PaIeMger-trIln oLr-D-prealatlion .............................
319 Pzenger-train onn-Retirenoate ..............................
3 totr equipment of ars-Repilr ..............................


25.64l


521,822
3,797
10,790


3,150
227
31,932

19,611
8,291




,8.571




4,915

O,000
to 970


6215, 2814
2,508
57 ?.:96




21140
3,723

68.768
7,723


777

-ii
17

152.189
201,P22
28,373
857
79,898
95,9
'It"


t11. 470
54.SO
2,350
611,.745
1,001
915,689
117

2,542
2,998
7,392

51. 505
125



1.8S20
14,237

180,068
180
4137.673
785, 318

P13,184
261,249
4?


175
1.32
a 279
188,907

567.9;1


9,712
40
1.377
2,g417



2


2,178
3.11

62,974
144,1461
256,253
6,421&
79.29
923
1:011


.4189,723

1,192,269
2,350


7A"


335
108


'--7*
Psi

21,738
2,572
27,836

12
N101,442
1669:477


260 21
i69?


6327
169,113
777.o~






3: 9"A

39092
201
9,822
7
571
6, X
171108

187 .16
P~j

9

90:6806


11,041
3A
399,210







553

36,196





5,3110
S35
5.0571
11,665



3312,:193
60 166
R"U
N14;|


31,051,035 l2,6lb.pk,8 i.oa,686 I0,2g7.86 38.67,.087 14.718.212 25,732.807 7.M5.537
1. .267 660,620 1, 71.o28 5,06 1,6aa,og9 7SL,961 ..26 1.027
2%4876 473,i6 1i:2 .56 3r7,315 1,305.193 6.722 941.,6)0 190.WB
a__ Foj1__ __- 6"2 ,3 -f-----


ISa ; 111- -r.ia1
269,86227 197,89,7 661,O 2.1 13,,759 3851.6 73,578 13,115
J1.101) ,flu. Lc'B0w,3 31700 .355 --0ff'j,05T 39O109,993 25,001.'51 Eb,O,01 54proJll


2.34,177
I.716
72,125

2,429
17.697.990


22,11
29,290
16,777,95
11.027.730
524,196


20280
30,1416

2.O,0812




d .71jj


It,27<.9
?2,1,916
k~55
Z2,9l6


1,851, 067
537,523



15,259
t,461 694

146,525
237-H22
12.,902,713
111,917,713

747,1102


27,066


'110M
57.9
26.0

6,680
6.071,174
1.7597?
79,584
98,077
1731S08



1,892,.806
2,021,4115
99.W5
6,083


2,709,709
917,795
10




286,q


3 2: r ':35

572,526


7,795


99138
35,091
4,04f




6,91?
71:
3;



ALIc!
1".~y


1.7n;.I09



75,
11,886,736
924:0.,
3:101:~



1:.S

132, 079


'35


I ____I __ _____.-__


A Deficit or other reese time.


S


ilx 1,s)

69,;



1ot


1105T
logo&



.UP
973,O
97e,"





M1,

150a
1,676


1t.U








1,969,0
2327 ,II









34150


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE II-SUiMM.ARR 0I PRIMARY OPI.RATING EXPENSL ACOI'NrQ, OF CLASS I STEAM KAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
B1 DISfk '.L. \MND RLUION-.. HOR TIUL I ,\R LNDLD DLCEMBLR .il i1'J33 -Cotoinu..d


Totals for regions
Southern district Western district
Snutbern region 1wrlis i MrEIo Oatrl We te.on clano ou et s
Accolmt Assigned Aaelned Assigned slSned AsiglnedA Assigred Assiged Asdignea
andand.n and a ana nd and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to paasenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight asd allied fright and allied
arUA___ an____r_6o snl.2Ean se____nn___ flTSt- aall- mB-ao reaULa aOaM m'lel
II. MAIJNrm'AXOE OF EQOUIPIENT Continued
)21 Motor equipment of oarae-Dspreoiation .................. ....- 61,461 12,167 *241,326 11,495 (169,9i6 17,906
322 Motor equipment of as--R tlireet...................... .. 1,963 2,123 11,946 607 1
32 3,852 22,419 392 198 ,6.119
32 Floating equilpmnt-Depareston .........................9 13,653 0 32,065
;25 beating equpipmsnt-Depreeiation 21:70.,'1,633081 3206 211
l25 fotingt equipment--Retlrement ...........................- 27,676 6,775
326 Wonr equipment--Rtpaire ................................. 1 65,17 5,120 13 4,18 9
327 Work equipsent--DeprOaltlon ....1................. .. 95,2 21. ,0 50 7 1.06,0 7U,69 3987 619 127
28 Wiork equipment--Retlrements ............................. 2.,7 9,9 235 40,35 7,7 5, 3102 O16
329 Hieoellaneous equipeent--Repai 9........................ 22,857 8,300 19,937 9,730 36,466 17,859 27,511 10,469
330 Misnansolu emquipseni--Depraloo ...................... ..15526 44,97 ,965 13,402 29.965 30,957 20,312 8,046


J i B- D p r c a t o q m atI o ~ ~ m ; .. ....
31 Misoelluneous equipment--lptirenietts ................... 9...7,39 ,632 2,886 1,006 366 162 9.427 330'
O2 IJuriMs to persoo ............................ .......... 16,96 4,938 1986,65 589 195.538 70,5s 4 14iI6
33 In..uran ............... ..... .......................... .286,2 ,29 1 4,76 56,899 :678,096 235945 26,70 6821
31 Stationery ad printing .................................. 59,722 19,162 1,9 13,339 67,05
335 Other expenses ......................................... 56778 19,:92 43343 12603 23.276
Total of ecounfL Noe. 301 t 335 .................... 58.41140,232 1,758,577 51,418,307 17.336,395 72,243,269 25,399,812 36,109,006 11,751,781
336 ai ntaining Joint equipment--Dr ............ 42,72 12 4050 10732 1447:47 11, 140 3138252 -090L
337 Maintaining Joint equipment--Or. 5...............5 21 5 27052 :305 105454 21:193
338 Equaliation-Equipent .................................... ,- -
Total-All deproeielon accounts .................... 19,196,243 4,2 861 20,329,19 4,3 6,76 26,002,25 7.317299 11,999 2,8976
Total-Ali other maintenance of squipsent accounts 39.360.906 14.2120 3 925 .W 196 246.41.8 1:16 6 22322:15
Total maintenane of equipment........................ 5 77;9 k- 9.42o7 5 L-- 24.32.o6 );6 ;aw
IlI. TRAIO
351 Superintendenos .......................................... ,671,660 0 783 2,024,336 746,967 3,144,159 1,440,656 2:h46261 7431
352 Outside aen ies... ...... .............................. 12.22 142 3,.0 a0 2:14:2 :4271.0, 3 662 61g,
S Advertising ............................................ 1,91 49,9 l 2 509 8 47






55..........................................................2.,__.-q -8 -1, -,2 -.9
p ora1 :f a rom rw..................................... 351.593 74,-272 257,3446 32,315 465.736 93 271,637 47,606

57 Pauran i ............................................... 34 14 3,279 2 99747 .
SIsutatoner ad pri. ne. ............................ ... 730,0248 10 7 59,0 111,433 89 :361 212:1 510 6644






5 suppa l in e s7 and om m. ............. .. 0? .$ 9 99'1
359 Othr expense .......................................... .2,013 2,i l2,939 368 6431 5,667 71






O .1994 17,81 1 rZa ,2. 2J,1"ff 80 1
Total traffic ...................................... 9,160,828 3,495,099 6,4164,913 4,304,093 ,963,789 7,323,309 7,344,114 3,168,888
IT. TRANSPORTATlO.--.AIL ULIK
71 Superintendence .......................................... 3,49,235 1. 4 2,669,M99 940,596 3,563,901 1,44.3,401
j 2 lDispatoelng trains ...................................... 1,411,2 1,24.7 1,045498 909262 1246:256 21 (243;64
Station employees ................... 17,597,8JL 4:667,573 *9,:' 4,791,"Q3 18,963 107,653 12
Wigh *ingI, liepeotion, and deurraea bureusj ...... 45,076 4924,2 ~ 753:90 6,0,5 341 0 74JZ 2,539
35Coal anS ore *hTare.B......................................................- 516,196 '2:97
376 Station supplies and expense.......................... .31,941 4 3 ,
77 Ydste anmd a d sw oierks. ............................. ..4,123,423 23, 99305,657 51,7 1.0629.7 8715,63 3.47078 97 577
378 ardons dotor ad bree.en............................... 75 7 9 .9 3,6004 340,10 2,2417,07 297,17
Y76 a eupitch e and ignal tende .......................... 48.,31 .:063 55, 98,35 9606
679 590 1:620,80 5,1 603.07 292,476
31m T4 T eard dtoren d ............................................,61, 284 29 3518409 9,296 5 911
3? ul for yard loon otiwes .................................2,61, 217,145 3.501.572 350,9224 19516,168
111 ; v 1 L: power puro fdud................................. 111 1,290 4 1S200 4 2
ater for yard leeaoti .. ........................... .. .2wol 23,729 278, 17,733 9413,735 27,157 196,172 11,020 3
*8 Lubrioante for 1pd toonmotiT we.............................91,028 7,126 87,007 5,060 91,266 9,8324 63,66m.5
187 OthF rsupplies ory yaa lo3o.oties.. ...................... .0,058 6;40 59,268 ,213 64,5114 7,765 55,84S 3
388 bgineBouse epensee-ard ................................1,790,868 62,8 1,591,022 120,0q1 1,880,865 223,000 943,661 5;4
* Tard swppilc i ang erpenses.................................02, 19,9TO 194, 244.11 27,810 159,6 79
Fuel or tais ow;roomotiee.........................1,S.!



95 atrain power 1.19du.................... : 1 S 2,18. 3773 J5 12,161 13.27 8701;
96 Train t p oe r purchaed... ..... ......................... .. .13, 667 592.112 607,152 206:04 312: 2 54063 91 271 92 11,87
at foricntop lfar o cml tives ..........................2.. ,4 1,2 1,091,91 65 395, 06 1,857 ,250 94 63.77 7,1,2
is 9 o their Supplies for tar ai loso ceti ve s 1o12,0 006 21 3 ~ 3
Imatoantsorm txemwrain .o.o.....s 302,112% 12 08 so: 2ooj 000 ~ n 183,301
______________________________________ 85839 90,8 12, .58 7,95









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE 11-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING LXPFNSE ACCOUNTS OF CLAS 1 STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS FOR HE EAR E DED DECEMBER 31,1?33 -Co0imhedd


El


Total. for reiLonl
Southern district Wantern diatr lot
cOUc =aerm on Northwestert anoeon cenLral Cve teoR af0'n adh eee ar r
Aonount asignad Aesine AssAi e-ig2nes Assoigned Aslsgned Assine sa lsea
and and and anda and and sand ud
apportiLoned apportioned apportioned apportLoned apportioned apportionead apporUtioneAd apprtlond
to to pasenger to to pa.. enger Lo to passenger O lo ass r
frelgt and aJllied fr'elght and allied freight and allied right e InS al
8eri oe eervicea service -servieos serving searvoe a-vn eoa
Iv. TRAJlUSPRTArTu?--AIUL LIUE Continued
400 tzuLnesiuse expenese--Trai .......................................... .2,96k77? 1 *l,537,u.1 ?9,90.598 e.7149141 5837,0 I2,,00,ls 5im6,ne.
401 Trtaicas ............................................................. .13, 125,9 6, 5 1.8 6,11',320 1 ,3, ,3 a,781,.,7
402 Train eupples expenes79 b, .............................................. ,7,9,93 603, 3,8,5 ;969565 ",765,074 1, ,58 .T1,;.
operstng sleeping cara............................................... ..... 4,068 2, 815 11 1 5
signal and inter-loer ope.ratn.......................................... 5 5.L 68,9 607,9 l,751 1,0016,7i5 753,00 38L
140 Croseing protection .......................................................607,651 409,705 407,31 -1,666 1U3' '20 5.0 1;31.247 14' 537
Dograwpbdge operaiSon ... ..............................................10 17,9 16D,3 974 1669 16e1
T gOp r. apn d tlnetpn. equ op.enr t........................................... 19,678 2617 5 .59 1O,. l,0 ? 1:8
40h Operating floating equipmentt. .d 7 5~5.259 '&4, 650,:0 oil: 16
409 Express servio ........................................................ -
410 Stationery and printing ................................................ 549.5a1' 160,507 ra6,2 G u 159,023 5053 l6 218,17,3 ,7
411 Other expenese ........................................................... .. io5 50 ,961. 9'SP l, 8i 270is b 6Zi
4i learingSS .....................?}76 6,1 891?,i wrec7 :968 B17 5 0>1
414 Ineuranoe ........................................................... 196,59 2 6 171,981 168 968 37,62 10
lan e to property. ..................................................... 175,6 ,u ,750 2.1310
1 Loe mand dma e--Frreli.gt ............................................... 2,0*},316 1,461,089 ,- VS,2fl 1, 1347,97 2
1,Lose end dm a5 --,L3& e ............................... 9, 5 9,8 ,2 5
419 Lstens and damag-BerSAnge .................... ............................. ., 20 100,67 961177 9t,8514 r 507,165 1,095,977 676,55 6'01,, 141,91
20 njres to persons................ ..................... .........,57. .. o.,. ..,1:,59 ,3.. 1...,0 9 .8.,8 8'.,..3 67,,
41 Opersing joint InrL s and r.cl.ll--C r............................... 1. ,J590 0661,878 }l),O1 1934. 6,99,47 2,g6605 89,.
90 operating joint yards and t lln 5..................................... 99405,911 2,5 786 97017.74 5 O7 123 0 9676617 51.755 64.67,079 a 34,,E5l

V. /niArISPGKTATrDN--IIATtl LINK
i9 Operating joint ase and al........... ...................................... lug,78 997,1 30 611,822
6a.7 ,73 ,5_0

413 Operation oi t rs andf .........fail..s............... .................... ~ ~, 61 7 313030 1054,97 19 6 6,0 sIr96:95
T.. o tranaper.atie.--Rali line .........................................99053911 35,255,756 97,017,76k 35,744.O07 123,567,617 51,755,605 64,617,079 20,342,19
V. ThANlSPCRTATr0N--sgTLE LINK
4131 operation ef vessesia............................... -14.756 997.1O 116,5P22
4;32 Opeoration ef tarminale 6-~3,7
1 In3 incidental ............................................................. 5695,756 6,765 -
TotalI transportattlon--WaLer line ..................................... "- 14,842, 2.725,630 155.460
vl. MIsOELLANEOUS OPERATIONS
11 n a nbuffeserviE..............:::: 97 2: 9 08.483 ,9,669 J 4 9 XAo
SHo.el s and reta rnts ................................................... .- 2 25 21111 -
oGra"n "levutp r ... e................................................ ... .......... 0 3: 2 5 9
44|O~t gBBp,;-o :::::::::::::::::::::::::: 94^ -L6 ;-0,85 9,g ^ .r, 8t'E.TO
4 Socar' .l.lli.e.OU. operations ........................................... 3. 2
Tomi mlsoellaneoun operations ....................................... .123,927 2,104,775 165,067 2,148,802 578,178 4,0511,916 111,.456 1,2.9.973
VIE. GENERAL
8.alaties ana expnees. of general offcerae .............................. 11 0 `860 1%7,7 1:,7656, 070,098 1i -,601 71 1,114 1:550,4 8 b35
7f go 9, 16 6L"942933,105 2gFgtr
SalrJ.sa nd expenses of clarka and attendantLe ........................ 7...... 7. .677. ... 64.16 1,756,721 5 71 7, i14 ,5,267,7h
General oinfe pplie and enses ............................... d562?........2,0..: 2,134 7,1:1f 5,51 9
Lsw expenses ......................................................... .... ,0 16g5 37, l:69 1826 1M, 1. 9 372:
146Railef depa'taeno, eapenses............................. 2O9,d:5 15,61&'. ,1.41 2,136=46,6.15 21,1 3
45 enins7 3,1 2 35 ]. 77,653 14111 ,04 8 1,1 6
Insurance ............................................................ a 96. 5.57O
Sta onerl and prnti.xng ................................................ .02.,56 77,026 4'.71 55,171 2'70.1"'66 981: 61524
SValutlIon expenee.......................................................20,026 9:.5 729.5187 4,l 30 19 1.4
Other e.penen.. ..............................................................1, 56 2 ,1:391. 9,6, 51:,51 6 6,E,::
tato4m71n 7rint2n1 12........7,0265 2 65 11153 1741 122913 219,39
A42 General, joint failitien--Cr ............................................. 21,238 5,579 10,971 15i5O 1?'1 i,21 98.58 110'9
Total general expesoe ................................................13,800,900 4,170,L215 12,.45,731 U,163,673 18,7211,492 7,368,56 11,214U.,08 3,10a948
VIZl. TRAISPORTATCON FOR TNTUVTENT-0R. ................... ,047 889 340,683 3.436 634.684 J354 603,987 3.119
Total ra lw operating expense assigned ................... 11,574,6 79,656,151 199,023,364 714,213.358 265,366,099 111,151,636 145,089,1478 47.239,069
UBaleigned operating expensaes apportioned ................. J.715 856 25,687 9,517 595,712 215. 15 2 ,774 347.
r ad total railway opratUng expenMes .................... 211,577.177 79,657,007 199,052,051 714,222,875 265,961,811 111,367,1P1 145.,092 ,252 7.,3.416









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
-5R BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE U.A-irUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EX'PENbE ACCOLNIS OF CLASS I AWITCHINU AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOBR EACH CtLASS OF SEBVIOE,
DY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FUR THE YKAR ENDED DECEMBER 1S. 1983
Total for dUoetrtci oso__________

AI1 asurint. Sesern dlititat Southern district Western Usiriet
LmB1 5 --U satse- lu As.IB -lUD-g1J1-n- '-iLAnwi------ -uir --- A-me- A
aAind n ad and aam ad a
apporttmaSn pporUt.ouaed u pporLLoon tOd apperuane apportlonid apporuoned ppartlaan
to to pssenouger to Peng to to pansauge to to pasnuu
freight .n aUtis fretit adda i. rmlfit end A llat freight sad A1U1,
.niuL serviooe anO lla.i. mur sf lLervLiho l2oLs I e.

z. NaxmAUaI Or OF VAl An 8UWOSM


Buplastaendont ........................................................
Roarwy lsuano---ard ..............................................
Road y malatsamee-Othr .... ........................................
Ro wy--DeproiatroltlB rd. .............................................
1ae4u--uDepreclstoal-Other ............................................
Utdaer ouna pomr tubee-TOa ...........................................
Dir oimmd power tub -Othur ..........................................
Daergrouna power tube-u repronitin.B-TsZ .............................
tadergromd powlr tube--Deproiltoa-Othuer ............................
Tunnels as subuy-yward ...............................................
TImuls and nubunar-OUter ..............................................
fianelg end submap--Depr1olSlloD-X-! .................................
Tulwas an aubmue-D i olsaa--Othr ................................
rLdis. tr Utls, and oulvrt&--ad ...................................
heiseo, truutlu, am .u.lvrt.-Other ..................................
Bridges, trai t.l, and aulverto--Dpr iL.ato.--X. .....................
mKOies treutu, an audfwrto-D-p roat.-Oth .....................

Bunted utrutor.Eu- oard.........o.... ......... ...................
Wanted *truotuu.-Other................................................. ...
Be-atil strunt-rs-Deproltton-ar ................................
Lunted utruetlAur-D-Omr ttl. on-Oth. ..............................
ties.-T ..........................................................
Sua-Other .......... ...........................................
Tl--pre~tlona --Tlrd ...............................................
Tio-De p c.iatou-Otl ...............................................
heall- rd ............................. .................................
Stle-Othu ..........................................................
Ullu-D.prliatlot-r rd......... ...............................
ll s-Dipratuin-o ..............................................
Oth ur track mtefm1-Turd ..-........................................
Other tuack wtrial-Ot ...........................................
Other track -aturtal-prlatin...lf.......................................
Oth r tealk =tsriL-DWpsoL Uata-Oths ..............................
allut-Tar ..s......................................................
Bllaat-OtU- ......................................................
h1Usat%-Dproiatian-ard .............................................
sllae t-spriaetion--Ot he............................................
Trunk lanig and surfina-ear .......................................
USe*k Lifg ml s*rfam-a-Otur .....................................
into0ln5 fuau .-o! o.......o........... .......................
tSlt-f- me-uu-O ber a-X ...... .................................
tI-ota-sy romfui-Beprel.stoa-urd ...............................
at-of-m funuus'e .qecistl--De~s-OthS... ........................
BM a Ised fau- a aA ..h.a.- r.......................... ...........
hen matumc fueu sd u bo .-Othu ..o.......................
0 a s ua au r..w: an a *nonshdA-Dpr.mUiati.on-, a .. ...........,...
ban arn urns rface d am wuhdao-4uproiatalan-Otkt ..............
auinLu uan iigi-r ti ii ............................................
tts ing a sIlps-Othr ...............................................
Oeasngl. aiA ulipn-Du opire tn-TarG .................................
ussle Mad I s..4u|rnolauu tn o .r........... ....................
atMtena ies beOf ild.ngo......... ............................
MIaM ad offers bLiing-Dupr etLoa. .............................
dy taMg .......................................................
ba btdi1 ..pro1utia ............................................
stier t l .......ae .................................................
55ev staUin-enslpUs aBm .....................................
me" al ......................................................
N ou uta ie .-N pc esie l a... .. ..................................
p *. ~iM~i l ....s ..............................................
fer s .. f mueb-kBueiat ....................................
Stoag sfim rs ....................................................

epal ..........................................

inW-se a ~..............................................


6393.166
263,~r





11,371


L99.U


26,327


,SW
1,741
105.7,
250

2L4,18




L;.0
52










1,028
1".5
SO0


,ii


29:l
L,999


20.,14
U1,984





.94













1,784
293





1,831

















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1,055
39,777


$272,203






6,o36












76,769
250
111,.30




1,7/1




1147,391

2,oo6



53
474g265
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is

1,3O
57.03







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17,.M1
6,776















5.370





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26,576
35






1,497


23, 74

1,q
1,103


12,0112
iL.ote


(9,120




















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07;?
3A




S.2)6



10,795









6,.0


5141
653

509
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*126























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9s
603
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31143
Si










38
1470


P12,113i






3,333






25,171




93*99;
*so

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27.56



9,760














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1:


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1S.0B

















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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE D.A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERIIINQ EXPENSE .\tI'OL'\Tb n1 I L.b s| %% ilr UIN('. ANIl TLRMIN&L COMPANIES FOR EACH OLABS 01 BSVIW.
BY DISTRICTS AN"D REUION1. H1R 1 H: YEAR LNI)i:LI IDl. llIBlER II1. 1933 -Continued


MR


barves eiTotals for di.3rlt36o1u3"3
All dpourLot EstOng plltzlot Southern district Western -L--to-



3147Telgrah ad tleponelins 143397 61.30 8.53 6.65 8105aa A,;NN sig
2count Sid and an interlooer
Ppporalone a apportpolnd apportLmod apportioned apporteosid apnWppeLooA -mo l2ta
teo to enaIditr to th pasipnie to to pt.iM.g.z to tO .Ml.l..m
freight ae.nd *1n1ie and pip oid freight andato ald f h an a
-..,vim asoerloei ervioe morT.Om servle e telONI Mrr-rt __
1. MAINTtIlfE OrT WAY AIO BTRUOTMRUB Oontinuad
&I owa d Ort wbtlngs ............... ............... ... ... .... .16 ....2510 1 750
Ow ampd ore uBmi s-Depreolattoi ................................. 1... 13:61 -
ow s u produ taking pla nt s........... ........... .................... ....- .
Powr --aion bp. l ios-D ep r iation.............. .......... ....... .9. 5.3 -; ,- .-;
2478 Telegrasph and telephone litnes...p...t........... .... ............. -3370.3 853$,5 4

3 Pseklr tad Ini rloss onoss -emps.... to. ............................. 729 151 "1 -
25 Power ptrat osue, ioo m-- prpe iai. .......................... -
Power dplis t ielp on tie s..a p. e l.n..-Dep.eat.o. ............. -
B Poe. a str t n p tsu-Dl e pm ......................... ........... ...... 9 1.378 2.7 9- -" -
P er ~nT pi llatol --Iprestl ........................................... 2 11 6. 72 "
3 p.oer lin t lmeO d I tlr l ei e ........1 ............. ................ -
6 T Poen .rod n oo itd..B...--... o.. o oB .......................... '
S ond t bui ttlon ul mt-oi i ......................................... ... 7,0 95 -
]Peir Nie"ne lone bi ld 8ar -De pr. olatlo. ........................... 11 -
P Powe tralsms on s yLtm- pe a t ............. .........................7. ..47. "64
Pasr dtramltuton *Tt rB~lB.. ............ .......::.... W S_- I.
Po w o P ain poo. nd flot ............................................. 7.. ... 2 1.
O Po r ILm pole Ld fixtureo-Dep.eol.t.o. .............. ......... ~ "
S adeground w onduais .................................................... .. 8
Underground ondults-Deprotoe a lon ............................... -:: --i
l368 Psviae pusi tn i ure..... ................................. .. ..................L ~ 1
I7 I R IeBwa s in e e ptoiat.. n .......... .............................. 3.50 ~ ~ -
bPwi o ........ ....... ........................................... .. 4 1 -

272 hIusv6 ng le i, end sad....................................... 63.091 4,2142
As een- t: for pgblia lmpro Tements ... .................... ..... ....... 7 3 -- .
nurn ......................................................... 10 4" 2

oa Stationer s -d prentin. ......................................... ... 21 Z 9
2 m7lOthoe msp o us.................................................... .. 20 ,624 139
Total of aount.s los. 201 to 277 ..... ........................... ,74.80 28,323 2.296,.25 124,980 110,206 9,011 l,333021 42.4.1409

278 Naintoainig Joint tracks, pefa, Bad other toilities-Dr........ 373,312 28 3614,5514 2, J c 5 5,9- 8s12 -51tl I
279 Maintaining Joint tracks, yards, Bad other folltties-Or. .......... .. i0030 282,23 564,021 124,96 12,42 4,926 2w1l, 5,31
180 nsaliatison-rIhy aud truoturen ................................... fe- 1---- --
Total-All depreo tlom aoooter ............................... 285,9214 96,1 40E
total-all other mit nteon. o of sa and etnmtures oeocomts .1.. 4.j2.28 6.18 g m 6 g'J ;
Total e tinted ao or way end sinslures ....................... .. 3lTm.1 e l*.F. e.iB.J I___I__ WlW ____''*| 3 **-o*r' nn
iI, MAXEZILNoz Or SQUIPINIT
W oeitoso.................................................... .....33,32 3,+ 21,96,1701,9
Sho .a.itoo. ..p..i.i................................................ g ,, -1: ,1411 ', 9' 4lti 8,',1
llsp a tsn-o~to .....?'" : ..................;::::::::::........ 1 ,7 8,57; 11 1J 1.925 IW 67 4;, .
SPower pleat .ahi lry............. ...... .............. .......... 57 65
5Power plant mhinsry--spepoiatSio.......................................-- "
J P o btatlO a pparn tu .............. ........................ ,.5,8 979 5,,4 979 9,
S7 Vite~am n joinmt iwe cs-Dewoation..................emD................. .6 6,28 64,19,228 14,0 ,Zl16




Stmlomt pire..............................,84 Mg.7 9,2201 1,4g,9.9 14.9" isgi -245 151.31S
0 .Stea loo- tl rs- m. yat s r t........................................ f I ,:
SOthex loooot te a---repaior t m; ................................. ... .. -
Othe loaoti v es preo iationmon .......................................- -2 ,2 i -
1 Other A loowtihestreaenteans 57875 wa 9,20 -tutue acc3unts ..-.3.3 d 200469



3 ot1 l mnght-tr nane o--oarl. .......................................... K3-7 blue 4 ,12 I 1MV

5 Freight-train oa rs-DepreoLtion ...................................
he igt-tnain oai-R-tlr.msti ...................................... 25,407 25r,49 17 -04 -
SPhep t-tgermn o..--epairs ........................................ 3 9 39 -
Sh as cr-trainla oar-Da pr oiati on .................................. z -*
ow P lang -tr lh oinery t e. t.. ..................................... 1.. .- 8,58-Z "-
Power pql- nt of ear--Uspalrat.on, ................................ -
Power -$batal anara-Rtw~ u t .... ...................... ........... 5.6 97 5-" 7
ooro =L~ n I m- -4eproci rs .................................... 9










24 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
31l 0 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE IL-A-SL'MMA.RY OF PRIMARY OPIrr RIIMs EXI I Nl I Trolrs .F CL,\A-S T PITCHING iND TERMINAL COMIFANIES FOR EACH CLABSS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRi, TS AND [l.rilJuN. FOR TIl YL.AK ENDED EFCEMBER Ji. 1933 -Continued
Total. for distriotu

All iaserito Ltra diatriot Bouthern Wgureot Western 41ierot _
Aooount Assigned Assigned Aestsgnoed Asigne Assigned Assigned ANSLe ed ss fig a
and and nd Na anda nd am and
apportionel apportioned a pportioned apportioned apportioned aprtionedA epportiened apportli md
to to passenger to to p"menger to to passenger to to passene
freight and allied freilt and alled freight and allied frlel h A ailited

11. MAINTKENAJCE OF EQUIPMIENT Continued
321 Motor equipment of oaBr-Dlpreolsftion .............................. -
22 Motor equipment of car-Rllrmeno .............................. -. --.-~...
23 flolating equilpmNiit-Repaire ..........................................3 165 ,id5 ~ -
3;2 Floating equipment-Depreolito .................................... 227,5 27.2'5 -- -
325 Floation equlpment-RelttomenBl ....................................24. -
P?5 77 663 6111.,64 5179
2 Wotrk equlpPm.nt-l-RO$. ............................................ ... 152 ,410 4,562 *12 276 67 ,79 *1
Work equipment--Depreoi tt n ....................................... ,08 14 30, 11 2 1 7,7,
SWork equlpme-t-R-otrement- .......................................... ..2 2, 90 ~ ,
29, Mleelianeoue equipment--Repilre ................................... g,376 220 3, 18 !4,7 3
3 1eoellaneous equlpment-Depreciatilon ................................. 4,71 197 2,967 197 1,71
331 Minoellaneoue equlpnent-R-ElreBentB ............................... d.12 .- 28 4 .
32 Tnjur to persons ................................................. 30,o .511 17,852 1,502 19 7 309
3 t, ioance ...... ............................................35 ,29 221 5 6,031
B Stationery and printing .................................................. .l ......2,li 5 2,722 189 15 3,751
Olter xpenn. ..................................................... ...i 2: 2 1 2 375 ______
Total oft aooiunt NoD. 301 to 335 ............................. 4,665,o900 g119,26 3,796,869 52,574 72,052 4,7410 796,979 62,012


36 Maintaining Joint oquipment--Dr. ..................................
I37 intaslnug joint equlpment--Or .. ................................
33 qu aliatilon--EQUIlant ............................................
Totl--All depreolatlon woouOnU ...............................
Tolal-All other mainteonanoe of equipment uaounts .............
Total maBntenanoe of equipment ................................
i11. TRAFFIC
312 Euprntendaoo ...................................................
2 Outside a enole ..................................................
UAdvertieit ......................................................
STraffLo &as0ooiLtLO .............................................
355 ast might lins ................................................
J Industrial and imlgratiLlon bureau ..................................
InourmeO .........................................................
fl Itatloonery and printing ............................................
359 Other ex mteso .....................................................
Total traffic ..................................................
IV. TARMSPOTATlTOI--RAIL UINE
371 Buper nteniden e ....................................................
2 Diapatholnag traui ...............................................
SBtsatLon employse ..................................................
3L Wighlno, luopuotlon, and dm.urrage bureau .............. ........*
35 oal and orln wharve ............................................
376 Statton euppiie and a xpenD ......................................
r a tr l raot n d yard Oirt .......................................
!0 1.10 oonduntorn and brakemn ......................................
3 T ito d leal ..........nd .......................................
311 aro s ltownn .....................................................
382 ftal for yard locomotives.. .........................................
3 lard switciong powr produced.....................................
i aft owloung power probamed ....................................
I8 Wat, fior LI DOT loootiwO ........................................
I5 l a pO l ies for rd IoooiUve .... ...............................
16 Inbrimmts far yr 4 looomotves ...,.............................
38C O Zti m pl meorm-a ,,.. t ........................................
369 Yad supplies eni Omu ........................................
2 Train Glownma e...............................,,,....................
393 Tra w ninmton ...................................................
9 fel for train loouont&ye ........................................
1 AIa power produced..............................................
39 2 Wrals no pfrahsas ...........................................
J9 Wator anr tinB loo m otiw e ...................... ........ .......
Labrlaata for tren looewoivo ..........................*.....
399 Other eupptee for trei loooaotives..........................


101,799 100,201 1,598
145,908 116,517 37,;165 52,574 31.3 2,961 8,397 61,035

1, 81,l l 7,265 1,250,71 6,732 2,227 174 192,896
3l75950 d 4 5b 2 .509184 a 6.712 69, 1.X595 597,4


112,417 5 1 47,:2
21,817 2,413 19,40,
4:OO6 1,163 2,3

5,780 3,639 ,141
118 102 16 -
19,271. 14,198 5,076
50 --- 50 -
282.504 164,261 11S.3 -


,45541 553.60 19,391 9,401 776 226,525 25,374
1284 28 7.213 208.291 2,600 194 .292 7,019
1,895518 963,268 950,9. 394,870 9.250 15,137 553,261
10, 10,057 -
146,061 142,537 55,953 76,627 1,976 3,2 so,132 62,477
1.376,55 76,58 a8697* 3 359 .52 2. 30: 5 0::,71
335, 385 7 2,62119 30,820 ,511 ,1,272, 5 1 1,327
313,523 120 8 210,608 48,192 2,530 169 1203?5 72,587
z,7 7,220 202,994 1,T57884 109,968 29,792 2,199 859.44 90,27

2.348,077 97,760 1,795.554 36,571 37,547 2,805 514,946 58, 384

203,705 11,725 131.986 6,58A 1,323 99 70,394 5,o0b
51,2117 2,1 38052 1.219 5639 12,9 1,459
4 315 18 29839 952 272 14,20 1,289
645,127 44,429 9,602 34,879 14,72 1 9,359
203,65 31,932 190 2,263 88 4.' e3;65
51,236 Ir,: 31 3,SN

25,83 23,600 2,3 -

3,080 2,761 2- 9 -
1: -L66 -
-- 1.743 186-
SDeftloit or other reverse item.












INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION .
BUREAU OF SrATISTICS "

TABLE II.A-SUMUARY OF PRIMARY OPER I \TLNG E\PENbL ACruiUNTS OF 'L.ti I SWITCIKNO AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH GLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DITI IC':r AND RIi.NF. Fui RLE iLLAR ENDLU DLLEMiBLR ,l. 193.1 -t'oLinued
Totals for distrilot

All dlistriot Eastern district souhern district Wefstern 4aftt
A--lccount isslgd Agned Asigned Assigned slBl a l5 A 5l|a 5ll5B
Aou Ban and a~nd an and an an m
apportioOed apportloned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportloned pportliooed epportined
to to pag t o ssgepangr to to paeger to to palassng
freight : 1Ito 0
fr~e and allied freight and allied freilght and aled freight ud llld
service sarices saerlice s.lB service --mntL.A.--- ---Uf. n B.- ---RgX JSU----Jf1L.U.-.


TV. TRAISPORT&TIOI-RAIL LINZ Oontimued
400 EngirshouBe eBp6Dnne--Traln ..............................
1601 Trtainec ..............................................
02 Train supplies and expense ..............................
1403 Operating sleeping oar ...................................
01 Blgnal and inerlooker okpertlo .........................
405 Crossing protection ......................................
o406 Drawbridge operation.....................................
407 Telegraph and telephone opeTation ........................
0 Operating floating equipment.............................
409 Ezpress service ...........................................
110 Btatlonery and printlog ..................................
411 Other xpenaes ..........................................
414 Insurance ............. .. .............................
1415 0lering eoret ..........................................
4i1 Damage to property ........................................
17? Dm-,a to l1Te stock on right of wa ......................
1415 Lose and dasage-lreight .....................
418 Los and d mage--sggagt ..................................
419 Lois sd Ss~qw-VaeeW* ..................................
42 InurtsM to persons ......................................
390 Oporating Jpint yards and terwlnle--Dr ..................
39 Operating joint yards and tominsal-Or. ..................
19 OprLtng Joint truks and faciilttie-Dr ...............
413 Opratlng Joint traks ad ralllt i-O r................
Total traniportalo R-sall line ......................
Y. TR7ISPORTATIO-ATUR LIIN
431 Operation of vesel .....................................
432 Operation of tOerinal ...................................
43 Incidental ................................................
Total traunportation--ater line .....................
TI. IISOILLAICOUB OPIRATIOI8

41I Dining and buffet oervio ................................
41 Hotels and restaurants ...................................
4 Orin eIltorI ...................... ......."....."....."
s tockyards ...............................................
44 Promo ing pIower old ....................................
44 Other ioeleI.E.Oue operations ..................-.........
Total aisrollanni operations.......................
Yi. OSU AL
4 SalarieT ad expeanse of general offi ....................
Salary and expenas of clerk ad attendan ............
OGneral offil supplie ad xp ne.. ................."...
Las expanse ............... ............................
Inorm oln ...............................................
456 Belief department Oxpmss ................................
:ii:t;::4anr d printing ....................*..............
Taluation expense ........................-..........
Other a3pmn55 ...........................................
461 General 3oint feotlitlee-Dr. ............................
146& General joint faoilltI--Or. ............................
Total general expense ...............................
TIll. TAIUPORTATION FOR ITE8 2BT-O-R. ........
Total railway operating zpenseO assignelpd .......
Olassigned operating epanies apportioned .......
Oftand total rlvlay operating peonsei ..........


67,986
55,320
52,842
230,229
32351
i9
37,1'S




36, 302
36,779
25,095

127,755
217,940

743876
1.6 :498
IR9,458
2 ?,776
ILI7 1


44,84"
105,759
27,685
178,291


$2,116

17.036
7,6519




4509



6014
9.615

2,182:713
1,430
53.915


31.,367



31.367


16:2
198
41,958
117,704

199,:Ml
30,189
53,942

64,871
51,547
29.9



972.181
9955,2




235,837
10-2<7.-57


105,759

105,759


$46,750
5,103
I:N



4,214
17
535
18

53
5,637

1,000,0 7
1.430
53.5 5


31, 367



31,367


65,305
3,8149

214,002
9,1571
709


1,221
5193
27
211
6
5

302

13, 609

7,054
317.718


__________ 4 4 1 I I
807


562,499
97,250
132,512
1,565
5,907
212:85


1,902
69,807
1,437,910


jJ* 4. 1 .. t
214,953,1423
9~,~WA
169,205 j 17,3146,97?


32,612 95


32,.612035
24,986.035


31,58l
51.6"




1231,25




1,961


21.77
77,a

%5907
129,107
22,612

1,902
55:,1A
983.211


20,741
40,704
E,302
19,520
91


3.643
5,.413
77.6114


7M
168
2,521


163
122


335
11,111


o eet950
4*9.903


S9,8o 1,7346,9177


17,37329,5
17.379.599


a Deficit or ether reverse item.


31.397 1 -S.gB;


31,~2 1498,565


62,116
2a76
1,787
791
59


48
I
91









350
5,210


6.1496
1.,456
10.,676

100,126
6 ,



6.2

7,763
27,198

76.236
12.696
70? 975

1 ,655
14.561.7a06


27,68
72.532


124.105

P5'96

s3752

n:,566

14,288

443.582
509
7,107.561


10,081 | 7.107.51


87&"
575


5.1450
i
14,1147..-
815
,; .?.....



3,991
1,150,721


4,1403


69"0
11,058






'-.A

145.725
9145~


5.360


8.340


1,016


24,953),423


W Ell 10 237 ?67
317,718
7 61n


I


&WIUO&












3%90


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STArisriCS
TABLE U.A--8UMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATION, EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS 1 STrTCHINO AND TERMINAL COM'PANTEB FOR EACH OLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS VAND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31 .1933 -Continued


Totatla for regionsi
anteirn distruot Souther diltrilot
Now -tln Tonl we a a m srate= "Con a n I
Acoount 48 60a asE0 me 91 AD *LA asgedm A*jme em:
as S and
apport i oned apportioned appoartolmd apportlMond apportioned apport loned apportioned apportioned
o to pameger to to Pa l a.r 1to tj M er to tlo tmior
ie.or_ neorloo
freight and mlled Irelb% Ma allied freight ad trit
se__ia__mervice e -rrlos mnac meorm noa servic*t serrvoc msrricee
1. MAiTEIMANOZ OP VAT AND STRUCTURES
2ml p.rlnt.nd. a m........................... ........................ 92.232 *179 *:2
Roadmay mailneaaa1-Tfrd ............................................ 35,30 122,0026.
Roadwayi maLntenanoe-Other .......... ......................... ..... .- -
203 Road a ,y- DapreclatttO ?ajY l ...... .............. ..... .............--....6 --
Roadway-Depreolatlbo--OtheTr ................. ............. .. .- -
204 Underground pWer leubs-Yart- .... ..............................--.. --
Uodergratsd power tube--Other ...................................... -
D05 Idigramd power tube--D-epraiatlon-TYard ......................... -..- --
Undergro..nmd power tubes--Depreoiatlon-Other ........................ -
206 nneil and subwae-Yard .......................................... .- .038 -
Tunnele and euhrn-Othr ............................................. ..- -.
207 Tuniels d a uMa -Deproltl..-Talrd .......................................- -
Tunmels and ubraym-DepreoLat Lon--Other ............................ -- -
l Bridge,. trestle, and oulver.-Tard ............................... 9,743 6,35 935 -
Bridges, treetlee, and oulvert-Oher ...... ....................... --
09 DBridges, treetles, and culvert-Deprealatton-Tard ............ .- .1.*0 712
Bridgels, treBtiBe, and oulverts--DepreotatLon--Other .................- -
210 Ilteated aitruJoturee--Tard ... ....................................... 1,156 -
lLevated e rutur-Ot-0 that ...................... .............. -
11 Elevated truotures-DepreoLtatlon-T rd .......... ..................- -
E:lvated atruotures-ODepreoaltion--Other ............................ -
W T s-TYa rd ................................ ....................... .....- 2,627 305.418 5,370
Time-Other ......................................................... -
go flDe-Depreoatton-YTud ............................................ 1,721 -
Tles-Depraeiatlon-Othor ........................................... .- -
21 Rall-Tard .............................................. ......... 23,410 53,378 828
Ratlm--Otiir ................ .................................... .. ..... -
21 aill--leproiation-Yardt ......................................... .- 250
Rlall-DeproBlation-Other ......... .. .............................
Ma Other tr k msaterLeal-Yard .......................................3..- 37,03 110,091 2,26f -
Other trok aterlial-- their .........................................-- -
217 Other traok waterlil-D- peoatlton-Tard ...................... ....... 2,006 -
Other traok amlerlal--Deproolatton--OtberT .... ... ... ..............- -
218 BDl cst-Yar ......................................................- 1,374 d 66 73 --
Blls-t-Other ...................................................... :- -
219 Bl1at- -fepreoi&tiln-Tlrd .........................................- 52 -
ollaet-Depra Oltton-Otber ......................................... -
Eo Tweak layiog end urtfeag-Tard ..................................... 130,962 343,303 26,576
Tr t laying aD urfoltog--Other ..................................... -
21 ght-f-wsa tnee-am-Td ...........................................- .6 336 5
RIght-of-rss feome-Other ........................................... ...
222 ght-of-Wray fuenam-D1lpraoliatton-Yard ............................... -
IMb thof.a fennem -Dmap teoitio-Othe-.. ........................... .- -
223 B ase end me reme end snorhede-Tard ... ........................ ...
NAeari ea nd fenoae imad mnowhodr-Other ............................ -
224 Suer and sel f-oe end enwrmhele-.Depreotation-TYrd.................. -
Bee and md fenom and mniowhedi-Depreolatlon-Other ............. .- -
215 Croafta a&nd algn-Tard ........................................... .- 24,239 23.357 1.497 -
tammiqm and miiM-OhU r ........................................... .,..-- -
26 C Ue-g anm .I.-DepM .lation-Td ................................. 1,028 -
temigea m lu mlu-tDeptrooteiion-Other ............................. -
7 nation end oLffice build. g....................................... 15,165 142,648 23,769
n nM toned soff a bulldlagm-.p...at Ion..........................- 15,183 -
t iemay tildize ...................................................- 1.6 812 195
kft- ballMd- D- pro, itlo ... .................................... 26 --
Water mt lt oB ......................................................- 17 14,2 1.103
Valea t-ttoM-4e-pveoletano ...........................................- 1 16 -
11 D ilBM ....................................... ............... 761 9,32 1,0 2
ital m eatle a-Dmniat t..........................................- 1:16 -- -
Nib Nape a S egng hoBf ................................................ 22,571 3,551 12,005
Iejp mAd eutmhocm-4epueolatiauo. ................................- 7.383
rai -armtor ...................................................... -
02S g l tmT --Deweltt .................................. .- -
Ste.......... at .................................................. a r
IN q mntaM e l li 1- .- I-
3111 Ubuem *at locke....................................................- -53

A Deflelt or ether rwaves=e it.











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 1
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE U.A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASB I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOB EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THEL YEAR ENDED DECEMBER I1. 1J3S -Continued

Totalm tfor zflou
eaten district bulhbs dsfrlit


me:.'.b paqqi ad ad sSud Ofsim 10
and and and Ind IsnIn4USI4
apporttonid mpporlonMd lppolrtiod mpportloaet mpo1l6 mprtLoep m apeflmet l e rtleme
to to pamenger to to pgumo o to peimmger to jto eMmer
mfrlit and mlied frelght nd mlldm 1T..1t mad mlled hrlhSt mad mlled
e--------------ll----------*ilo -MR-iRlao- uIiiBM- .oll mUIBL.- .21. m.Im ..Ihli..


1. NAINTIAOIN OF VAT AND BTRU0OTUU Oonttnmud
Ph Coal mad ore rharwe .......................................... 16,510
nl oo m e or whar.v e.-Dpreoltoio ............................ 13,361
it5 Oee prdnoong plimt ............................................ -
Ge o produolng plite--Deprlolmtlon ............................ -
2M7 TelBgraph mod telepho o line ................................. 6, 22,522 S1,67
248 Telegraph mad telephone lluee-Deprolmtioa .................... -
::s Bieu ad loterlookerm...........................................- 57,10) 53,409 22,237
S ignale md lnterlooke --eprattton........................ 255
5 Power pleat damn, oanlis, mad pipe e ...................... -
52 Power pint deam, oanle, aod pipe lle--Depreoltllon ........-
SPower pluat lildinge ........................................ 763 14 936
Power pleat buIldlnge-Depreota~t ............................... 93
Power mubhttlon bulldloga .................................... 30 -
over subhtation bulldloa -Depreoitlon ...................... -
2 Power tr'samteioo *e ..................................... 5,382 1,583 471
2j Power tramleeiloa eyetm-Depreolstlon ....................... -
Pow.r d ltuitulon ,yete .................................... 2,400 3,183 2,215
Powr d .tlbuutlBo *yetm--Depreoltlon ...................... .- -
26 ower line poles od fliture ................................. 1,62 742 72
262 Power line poles ad flituree-Doprmolllon .................... -
23 underground oroduit .......................................... -
U4 nderground oodu i1--Deprolat ton ............................ -
24 N llieoellmoue etruotue. ...................................... 481 54
P I6 imoell souw traoturme-Deprelotaton ........................ -
267 Painig ........................................................ -
26a Polyng-Deprooletlon ......................................... -
269 Roadway moahlus .............................................. 3.607 5,075 137
P70 Roaedsy eoahlte i-Depro itioD .................................. ,218 -2
271 e11 tool and supplies .......................................- 9,65s 15,792 817
272 Rmovlng eow, oBe, mod ued ................................... 18,459 27,227 2,062
27 ememeuti for phbllo taproTuMt............................ .- 102 271 -
7 a njurlee to pereoni ........................................... 11 ,566 18,592 607
P e Inuro ......................................................- 6,031 22,021 2,032
2 t Bttloonry md printlo ........................................ .. 9) 2,3 3
277 Other emesee ...................................- 52 2,896


Total of aooounte Noe. 201 to 277 ...........................
278 ilntiLnlog Joint %rmoks, yrde, ma other ftulitlot -Dr....
279 Malstintaiting joint treokm, yrdms, mod other famullItle-O ....
20 qu lemtlon-Iay mad ftruleture .............................
Totl-All deprel aton aoomout ...........................
Ttuat--Al1 other slotmenoumo of -mr md truoture doounfl .
Totil eiazueoam of way ud mitruoturee ....................
II. AIITOUMd OF hMfM=
S1 uperinatnmdenooe ...............................................
2 lop mahIner ...............................................
Shap maohlnTry-Depreoat on .............................. .*
Powe plant mjohinery ...........................i..........*
3 Power plant maohlary-DeprMelstion ..........................
306 Power auhbtetlon ipparatue ....................................
?7 wor ombettlon mpprmtue-Depreotlation ......................
a t-a loomotto-Repmtrm ...................................
tia loOOMtivn-Deprotml tl ..............................
311 Otbher looootvomw-R-pmlTe ...................................
312 Other looouotivem-Depilmotia ..............................
I IOther loaouotlveo-Rettreezs t..............................
31," re ~gbt-trals of~RePaln ..................................
315 freiflit-traln oro-D- rmotntloo ..............................
316 itr0fbt-rali oerm-Retirments ...............................
17 Pame-ger-trmin oer--Reptlre .................................
1 P eaogier-trl omre-Depreodltlon ................*..*....*...
18 Peamuger-trais oerl-Retirmmte ...........................
30 Motor equm pmat of or--RepaIr .............................


-4+


- 5_ 668g17 1.67,778 184,960 -

268,611 95,973 28
311.291 252,730 14,988

996,132
62 q- 8- -
615:967 Lt*[A -,021


101,1401 109,84 17,0 -
21,110 3,061 1,:9 "
-6:,12
S5,1107 687 1.920 -

5,803 61 979 -
6 -- -4

2F71 291 U-Mi: ^ =
2,00 9.819 -


2,008 23,4&00


.. .. .. .










2s INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3tlO5 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE ilA-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPER\TINOI EXPENSE ACCOUNTS F CLASS I 8tITl'BING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BI DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER ;4.1.1!33 -Continued
Totals for region.
Eastern diftrlot Southern diatrlot
New ...... r o n are a & ao. 6100 eo tra asatern re i %on poo b rA o
16*oouI Agpm Assgne ON fs Ugf po 506z-o a smisgned aii o
and and mnd ad and mod ad and
apor toned apportions apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to psonger to to passenger to to pam onr
freight and allied freight nd allied freight and allied ftrdght and allied
__eaonLo erielos sJfadloit eioMi OSl .LfLj s, ertosim marrelo5 isol
IX. KAINTXAOI OF B MUIN T ontizued
321 Motoar equlpent of oarB-OpreoiatloD ...................... -
32? Motor equipmsent of oars--Rettreents ....................... .- -
l outingg equipmentL-Repaire ................................ 3
r Floating Ol pment-Deproo l ion ......................... 27"5 -
325 floating equlpaent--etirent ............................ -
36 Work eM psent-Repatr ...................................... .. 6,35 -1,187 J168 -
7Work equipment-- Depre it on ............................... 14,278 21,785 122 -
S ork aquipmeni-Retrltens ............................... .- 1 2527 -
i329 Miela eou quipment-4epa~irs................... .2,63 93 182-
S lr aneous SqpM pent-R ntr-eD o ............................. 2,61 90 197 -
3 misellolleoui qulpaeni-Retrpel' ........................... 1 1
3 l Injuries to per ons .t-. Dp.....to .................. 01 1.5 02
}?1 o e .............. ....................... 30 780 a
a Staionry and printing ..................................... ..,. 3.-8 2.722
335Othe expense ................................................. 2- :
Total of somuntm Sos. 301 to 335 ...................... .. 1,236,715 ,560,154. 52,574 --
136 Maintaining joint equipuent-Dr. ............................ 54.363 ~ "5,838 -
37 Malttaining joint Equlpment-0r.............................. 56,331 80.J7 52,574 -
338 IquallstloD-Iqulpment ....................................... 7-_- -
Total-All depreoiatioo accounts....................... 357,153 89,56 6,732
Tolal-All other Balnt~iano o( Ofquipment &oao";&nr : ...1__ __ __ ; ___g7j4 __ __ .693?:590 a 6,ZJ2 __ __ __ _
Total mlontman ne of equipment ........................ .- z ______ ________
111. uTRArio
351 uprintendenoe .............................................. 27,401 50.23 -
352 Outide agenmolo ...........................................- ,210 59,903 -
,3 Advertising ................................................ -3 29030 -
35s 2,030
S OTraffl ooi tlons ............................. 231 932 -
355 Vast freight lines ......................................... .- -
5 Induetrlal and laimlgration bhosus ......................... 3,639 -
357 Inuranow .................................................. .- O2 -
358 Stationery and printing ................................... 6,47 7,724 -
359 Othr expenses ............................................... .
Total tralrflo ......................................... .- 43.4ww o120,821 -
IT. TRUORTATITIOI-BAIL LII,
371 SapIrlntIndemoI .............................................. 219,123 3,,|450 19.391
372 Vlaepatolig %rains ...................................... 65,26 2:,1 300
37 3 o l : .. .. .. .. 50 8 .;g.., 39 4 .. 70 -
Sttin WIYNE 41Z0 --
7lWeI6hng, inspeotion,end demurrage buraus ................. 10,8 ,889 -
375 0os and ore hames .......................................* 10,057 -
376 station applies and eposes ..............................- 15,922 40,01 76,67 -
377 Tfrdwuatere and yard olerks ................................- 278,809 50,1 ,
78 Tard oontdotorm and rakeen ...............................- 1,170,Z852 ,0,867 200., -
Tsrd "It na ad igma tender. ............................. .- 33,767 176, 48,l
8 Tard n.gl.men ........................................... 782,057 1,075;27 109968
TM moTtomen ..............................................
fTel for ysard loonmotlves .................................. 763,174 1,032,410 36,571
8 Tard witohing power proooed ..............................- -
STYard saitohing poser purohsaed .............................
5 Water for yard looootlvem ................................. 47,18 84,570 6,584
386 broants for yard loo. otiles ............................ 14,533 1,219 -
387 Other appll m for yard loootlvet .......................... 10,15 9 -
388 agiino e xpas. e 0-Tyard ................................. 192,94 903. -, -
389 Tard applies and saPesm .................................. 35,50 -1
T train e unnme ............................................ .. 47,431 -
Train *otos= ............................................... -
391 fl for trait loomotive .................................. 23,600 -
Train power produced................................. .... -
Tranl power proasad .....................................-
water for tran leoimotivo ................................ 2,761 -
lF1brloiamt for train loomoatives ..........................* 1,16 -
9 e Otser applies for trlin loE tivs ........................ 1,73 -
felat or other revrse item.











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS 39
TABLE II-A-B iMMARY OF PRIMARY OPER.L ING E EXPENSE ACCOUNTSS OF CLASS I SITCHUING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR LAOCH LABB OF 8 V ,ICE
BY DISRIjCrS AND REGIONS. FOR I IE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31.1933 -Countued

Totals taor regions
S________________________________Eastern disltriot BIuthbrm .f,.ticL
iaY Gain ,amn -0
Amoount AMlgned Asigned Asslgned Assigne AssigeLd Asui-e Asis me Alted
and an s d and nd and nd
apport oned apportioned apportioned pporlonod apportioned apportUoaied apportioned apporton e
to to passengers to to passenger to to paseofinger to toMupsegr
frelghLt and allow ad freight end allied freight, nd cAalled freoS sd 6ied

IV. TBARIPO TATION-RAIL LNE Continued
400 .lnehouse expenses-Train ............................... ....-: g
401 Tralnen ..................................................
4E Train supplies snd expenses ............................... 2,750 MM 2
03 Operatin sleeping oars .................................... -
104 Uigul and Interlooker operation.......................... 6,o602 71.102 46,i750 -
Sroong protection .........................................- 72.2,8 1,7 5 103
1 DrawbrigAe operation ...................................... A 7
07 Telegraph mad telephone operation .........................: 0 -:. '
08 Operatlng flosting equipment ............................... a
og Express service .......................................... .
410 Btstlonery and printing .................................. ..-... 36, 69 11.214 -
I11 Other expenses ............................................. ..2. o.o 17 -
k1M. Insurance ................................................r 1396.4
SCleai.ng .wreos............................................ .. : F1
p1 Da rs to property ....................................... 9,402 7,779 2
417 Doasno to live took on right of war .....................
418 Los eand daseg-rrslght ................................. 40.,595 59,287 -
419 Loss and dn e-Ee 6.e -..................................- S -
20 Injuries to persons ...................................... 29,867 111.537 5,637
90 OpeMaUng Joint yrd and torails-Dr. ................... 24,64 185,87 5,63
91 Opeatng Joint yards and teitnasl--Or. .................. 497,789 15,15 1,000,00
2 Operating Joint trcaks end facolltie--Dr. .............. .. 95,1 20,11 1.;
413 Operating Joint trasok sad feoilltle--Orr. ............... ,70 187,134 54,5 -
Total trnsportatlon-IRaLl lineo ...................... 4,159,834 6,077,953 -
V. TRAINSBPOIATiON-W-ATE LIME
431 poperstslon of veeaol ..................................... .- -
432 Operation of terminal. .................................... -
33 Inaidental ...............................................- -
total transportatLon--Water line ..................... .- .
TI. MICELAMZBlU8 OPERAIOHNS
11. Dining snd buffet serioe ................................- -
442 oMotls and restaurants ................................... 3.....1.367
Grain elevators .......................................... ..- -
stookyrds ...............................................-. 1. 759 -
Producing power sold ..................................... -
4 Other asoillneou oporltlonsi ........................... -
Total eisoellaneous operations .......................- 105.759 1.- 367 -
ViI. annAL
1 Salarie an md expense of general offier ................. 77 i27, 52 20,741-
alArles and expenses of olerk and attendants ...........- 1.772 24 5: 4070.
General offio supplis and pn ............................. -4729302
Law expenses ..............................................- 266 51,275 152 "
455 Insuraoo ................................................- 61 3 91 -

6 R.lie. dpartmnt e.zpm s..................................... -
e no. ................................................. ... .- 102:01 ?4
t4tStionery and printing ..................................- 11,081 11,531 3,943
V9l9V tluton epnose ................................ ........ .08-- 50700-
o9 Other supeneme ............................................ .07- 32.323 5,413
11461 General Joint faollitlles-Dr. ............................. 21 1 ,621 -
462 General Joint faollltl-esCr. ............................- 684 51,500 77,61 -
Total general expenses ................................ 373,093 610,12. --
Vil. TRANSPORTATION FOR Vlti2 TUIPIT-OR.. ........... .. 149 788 -
Total rally operating epenses uiged ........... 6,52,691 10,804,286 31,367 -
Unaiigned operating ozpmensm apportioned ........... 32,612 95 -
irnd total rillwy operating ezp nei ..............- 6,542,691 10,836,898 31,142 -3










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Nas. BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE B-U.A-SUMMARY OP PRIMARY OP ER-TLIr XPLNF L -,," ,r! OF CLASS I SWTTC IN' AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
Bl' DINrRItIS INDI RLII0ONi. FOR IHL YL.\R ENDED DOLIM) BER 31, 1938-COontinued
Totals for regions

Southern district Western district
________ l~rlc______________________.fad~rc_____ _______________ etaCosnrI ButeVl sto
Southern raeltn No llo we rn re nnlon Central Western reShion rUegtiont ni fl
,o.ou, -:-- i .^ d %i a Ana j Atrd a.^., *...e ,.
ap.ortioned apportioned apport toned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to IPaBsOgOr to to pae nge to to pusseeoger
freiht and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and silted
seerv o enicelos a servoe Mrvtiee service servicee servtoe arleriosi
1. MIdTZNAOC OF WAY AND STRUCTURES
201 uporLntendero. ..... .......... .... ........... ... ... ........ l.120 $746 31.971 *.,367 6 11 ,367
202 Roadway *aintea oe-Tard ... .... ... .. .................. 1,785 1 2801E S, 38 85,0115.043
Road-r Y sIitenanO-Other ........ .. .. ............ 12,771 295 ~ 5.51 -
203 Roedsyr-Depreolatlon-Tard ........................................- 74 -
Roadway-Depreo tat ton-Other ..... ...... ...................... ... .
204 Tndergro.ad power tubee-Tard ............ ........................... -
Underground power tubee-Other .......................... ......- -
209 Underground power tibes-Deprealation-Tard ... ..................-.. ...
Underground power tuaes-DepreoLation-Other ....................... -
206 Twnele and ubbaye-Trd ............ ...........................- 3,333
Tlunnele and ubway--Other ...................................... .. .... .. -
307 Tunnell and ubway-Deprociation-Tard ...... ......................- -
Tunnel asnd ubuwaye-Deprectation--Othez ............................ -
2O0 Bridges, tretl., and culrte-Yard .................... ....... ..._ -, .27 76,3-
Brdgaei, trestles, nd oulveri-Other ...... .................... ...d 7,- -
209 Bridge., treatlie, and oilveari--Depreolation-lard ................ -
Brldgae, trestles, and oulverte-Deproi&ilon--COLhr ............... -
210 elevated etruotureea-Yard .. ........ ......................... 25.171
Elevated etruo uree-Otber ........ ...... ..... .....- -
211 ETevated ecruotures-DepreoLatlon--Tard ... ... ........... ......... -
Elevated .truoturee-Depreotatlon-Other .... .. .............. ..- -
212 .TL-T rd ..................................................7,992 293 29.085 27,066 77 36,099 8,736
Ties-Other ......................................... .. .... 6 10,73 -
2123 Tie e-Depreo Lat Lor.-Tard .............. .. .. ...................... -
Tles-Depreolatlon-Other ..........................................--.- -
l. Rat I s-Td ............................ ..... ......... .... 1,6 37 8,657 3,0 5 15,M 914
RalsY-Other .............................................................3 .- 293 -
219 RullB-Ospreoiatlon-Tard ......... ......... ..... ......................---- -
RPlle-Depzlclatlon-Other .. ..................................... .. .- -
216 Other track msterlil--Lrd ......................... ... .... ..2,50 549 28,701 12,14 23,448 4,883
Other tract eateral--Ot-her ......... ......... ...... .......... 4,007 299 9,760 -
217 Other traok saterial-Depreolation-Tard ........................ ... .- -
Other traok naterial-Depreolation-Othber ............................- -
213 Ballast-lta .............. ........... ................... ... 84 182 99 5.326 809
Ballast-Other ....... .............................. .......... d..0.g 921 -9
219 Beall set -DOepo lation-ard .......... ..... ................... ... -
Ballast-Depreolatlon-Othsr ........................ .......... -.....- -
220 Track laying and surfaling-lar ........... ........... ........... 7 236 82 17,0514 ?169 36 104,018 22,140
Traok laying and surfacing-Othber ... .................. ....... 10,7.5 803 17, -
221 RIght-otf y fences-lad ............. ...................... ........ 1,071 16 1
Rlght-f-w r fencesr-Other ....................................... 118 -
222 RIght-of-way fenoMe--Opreoiatton-Tard ..................... ....... -
RLght-of-pay fence-Depreoloat ion-Other ........... .............. -
223 Bnow and sand fences and enDOehead-Tard ............................- -
Sow and send fences and nowehed-Othber ...........................- -
224 Bnow and sand fences asd nowahade-Depreotatlon.Tard .............- -
now end sand fence eand snoehed--Depreolation-Other .. ......... -
225 Oroelogo snd slgns-lard ....... ................................. 665 257 7,226 78 8,291 a
Orolings and nilgns-Other ......................................... 3,849 287 1,072 -
226 Oroinge "ad igne-Depreolat lon-Tad ............................- -
Orossiog and a ins-DOepreaiatlooa.-Otbher ............................... .- -
227 Station and office building....................................... .6,217 2,143 6,2.7 8,667 2,690 14.1,600 25,737
228 tatln and office bulldinge-Deproolation .................................. 71,318 -
229 Roadway building .................................................. .. 54 46 55 694 ,17 712
230 Roadwy buLldtng-Deaprealation .......................................... -I
later rtato ..... ...... ......................................... ..852 64 986 2,015 32 1 3
22 later sais2,303
232y srtat ons--teprortlat on........................................ ....- --

Fil .-t .l-De.i.olat n......................................... .,. 2, 20
a, 9tlsain ...... ....................09 38 1, I146 -318 638
2 hape and englnehouse ............................................. .4,230 470 5,738 7,1463 IN 12, 6.181.
MhOp and *glngohouees-Ooproloatlon ............................... ,l1,37
7 Grain elevatore ............................................... .... 1,999 -
238 GraB elevator--Depreoilation ........................................ -40,60
wa9 re Warhousesu ............................................ .....0 l,86
OBto e warmhoue --Depnrealloa ..... .................... ......... =...- 13,615
241 Iimso and deook ...............................................2..... .22,476 ----987
2S4 nhrems and dook-Dpr.otion .......................... ..... -
A Defiolt or other reverse Iti .











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION .
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE I1.A-SUMMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERt'IWO EXPENSE .ACCOUNTS OF l'LA,88 1 SWITCUINO AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACE OLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DISrRICTS AND REGIONb. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 3L. 19883 -Continued

Totals for TGliosa
southern dlmrlo western "Mitrlot
sgeOu ea 11 o OI ruqtgua milg- reejfur Iiqno
Account Saouter dis:::;S &eli1e APeoIn eperioe Aports Aeppertisuag
and aan sad sad s ad md sa
apportiofed apportloned spporttelnoead pportooled apportienoD pportl ne Kpporlu f Ma
to to pssenger to to pasnger to to paenKer to to peassop
_fosrr elgh sides freight &es4rloids aerte ud Ileel..ud
----------------------------------. mo. -*^Tl?^ -- "t^ -- "T'f -- --r~lo ..~ia. .rrl. I.


I. MIAlII mUOIr OF VT AID 8TWGTURI Oontinuad
CI oal1 end ore harve .........................................
Coal sad ore : larea-D-preoliton ............................
Ga Ba pronuoing plants .........................................
asi prodnoig plati--Depre=litlon ...........................
217 Telegraph and tlephone lIn .................................
EM Telegraph snd telephone ltnel-Dapreolitln ...................
2119 Siglse and interlookears ......................................
ignalI sad iLterlookeris-Dpreoiailon .......................
I Poer plit d &l els, end pipe lime .....................
Power plint denS, oal, d pip lines--Depreoilatlon ........
SPowne piMt bulldinge ........................................
Poer plent bildlgiw-Dpreoiatlo ..........................
Powe subs.t.ton building ..................................
PO.we mbettIon thildilgl-Dprleoiatlon .....................
power treuneloion systm ...................................
V Poer tnlmeloIoD ytm-Depreol tlon ............... ........
I Per distribution VIltm ....................................
power distribution sy(m---prloBaio .......... ....... .
1 Poeer line poles and tltureS .................................
E Per laie pole and tlfmrt.re-DepreolstoB ...................
L n dergroad ondutsl ..........................................
Ld underfretud oondult-Depreoiatio............................
ie ll Ineou struotarOn e .....................................
MIolL ndsos= autuoe lrB-DsIprolation ......................
367 Paring ......................................................
P"I Paving-Depreolation.........................................
369 Roadway Msohines .............................................
Roadway auhchines-Depreoitlao ...............................
f 1 ell tools end supplli ....................................
2 RemO ing muow, Io, and *u ..................................
q n Assoemenlt for public ipmownefte........................
Inj rle to perllone ....... .......................... ......
Insurance .......... :............................
a Stationary sad printing.. .... ............
Other expense ....... ........... ..................
Total of scoounat Ion. 201 to 277 ........................
37B Maintaning Joint track, yards, ad other folitioI--Dr. ,
279 Maiaining Joist tracks, yards, ad other faltlitie 0aOr.
EO Iqulnlition-Wy and itruoture ............................
Totasl--AI dprloatloon Sooouut ............................
Total-All1 other laintoanoe of way sad etruotuores oount .
Total min enmas of Way nd struoturo ..................**..
II. lAIiTmAOZ OF M UI YT
p kperintandInoe ...............................................
mop mobhlnery ...................................*....*....*....
U ineryl-Eepzolatlo n.................. ..........
Po= plant mahinary ........... ......................... *
Poert pmn oli ry-Dpreolatlon ....................e.......
P6 Paer nbetion app taul ....................................
SPower substatlOn apparatus -D ,proiilon .....................
0 teen looinlTe-Repalr ....................................
St eal- loocnotivea-Deproltlatoi ..............................
SIGte locomtlve-Rettrinnta ................................
SOther iolomtlwaklltStlrl ......................*..*........
Other Liooso ivet-Doprelitlon..............................
Other lamogItie.-E tirennt...............................
relebt-ilse oese-Rapolre ..................................
315 lratdit-train oars-DpreolIation ...........................
;16 roeblt-tain o.rt--timen ..............................
17 Zer-t'an ar-Reairsl ...............................
31 Paenger-tr oin ar-DRepltr l ........................*
31 Ptaesmge-trsla eara-Retirrnal.........................**
M2 otor aquipasat of osre-Repsir.......................***-**


*1,1173

1,023


28













79
2,039




91


631
*?2

5,398
1:,119
28!


63,579




238





1,a4l






50
9"
301



201


5.385




E66







1(196
1:

I;


110,206 9,011 2S0781 195,63 5,011 921,834 119.36

4,92-N93 67.4J ,,9776 114;217 149,342


98.47 __40g 180.-a I -4- sii_1 4 ---4-I="'A


9,998
1 ,3311
481





*1.7a


9,202


3s.f


430


160,659
33,701
15



40,146
13,021


10,125
3,i&99




27,60w
.2,635



10,652
145


lob,961
112,185




43,".


14t, 303


_____ i ______ I ______ I _______ I ______ L _______ ______ __


.. ..... .... ...........




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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUrREAULT OF STATrSTIcS
TABLE U-A--S1,MfARY OF PRIMARY OI'ERATIN'i EXPENSE ACCOlUNiS uF CLASS I SWICUING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH ClASS8 OF SERVICE,
BY PISTRI'TS AND REGIONS FOR THE YEAR E\DEP DC[:rEMBER 31. 1933 -Contiued


3ig50


Totals for regiLona
Southern distri nt West ern district. ________
As eount Assigne Assigned Aae de ined Assge A ere Asiened assigned A
end and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apporltioned apportiond apportlioned apportioned apportiloned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to paseenuer
freight annd called freight and gaitd freight and allied toolh sod allied

II. MIWNTEDIHJ SE OF ULS.WT Continued
321 Notor equipment of ors-Deprelation .................... "
322 Motor equipment of care-Retirements ...............~- -
3 F Ploating equlpment-RepaIr .............................. -
324 Floating equlpment-DepreolatLon ...-... ...... ..... -
325 Floating oqulpmsnt-RettromentI ..........................- -
326 Work equipment-Rp.lre................................... t.,76 63 1 9*3. g : -179
327 WIaf equipment-DepreolatlO ............................. 22 745
328 WloSt quipeni-Rtmel enelo........ ......................- 3
Ms9 m eli. neou. equip.ent-R-p.lr- .......................... -. ... -5 12 9
330 1i eflenenus equipmoent--Depreial on .........3. 1.361 -
331 11 nollienoue equlpment-D enirent ............... ...... 2 1,2 2
32 Injuries to persons ...................................... 19;.8 17 9"2
n rno ............... ................................ 221 5 1,02; 2
35 Sthater expnea ............................................ .. 6 1 -
Totel of amounts Moe. 301 to 335 .................... 72 ,o052 4,740 295,278 2,,k 977 19 ,297 6L,05
336 l-aintailng Joint equipment-Dr. ........................... .. --- 1, aos
337 IMalntaining Joint equlpmt--Cr. ................. .... 343 2,968 7.5 1,3 .
338 Equali tloo--Equlpmol. .................................. -
Total-All deopre..iaton counts. ........................ .2,227 174 7,9 30 119~ 1.'777T
lotsl--&U other maintenance of equipment. onotnsn ... 9.482 1.61 2 L r7. 29837
Total maintenance of equipment........................ I70 W 2H926O 977 (_____-__iO_
III. TRAFF lCO
31 Sperintendeoce ..........................................- 13.327 12,185 -97
Out sel gO ni .......................................... -...--
uts v egtesig ie......................................2".... 7 al
.Tnraffic ". o latic. .......................................... ,5-i-
5 ast fright oln ..........................................-
356 Indu asLrl ad .iolgra o buru........................ ...... .- 2,141 -2 -
7 .: ...... ............... .. .
6 stationary pr.ntng............................... ......... ...:- 1,592 2,443 -
359 Other pmas ee........................... ..................... -" -' -" :50' "
Total traffi ........................................ 17,949 -22.524 -77.770
IV. TRAESPORTATIOB-RAL LIVE
3 superintendent .......................................... 9,401 776 71.1 33,6:2 366 3141, 21.0
32Di spatching trains .....................................2600 1.94 8, 1 A ,7 1,
7) Station employees........................................ .9: 5.1 -. 137,090 19,5-2 33,70
Wablghing, Inpetion, mad demurrsge bureaus .............. ,090 199 69 -
o.4l sand or wharves ......................... ....... ... .. -
376 Station suppl es d .xpen............................. ....9.976 3,4a *,, 8;:51 21, 6 16U
7 la eater ena d yard olerks .............................. 2 ,0 16
lard conductors and brakaen ............................. 3,029 11 9
a.nitch d i.ga t.adere ............................ .2,0 169 69,91 U.Y ,.. -9: in2
omelard ne on ........................................... 29792 2,199 2140,:8 .: Me
381 lard mto oen ............................................ -
; 12 Fuel r ar locowotivwes ................................... 37,547 2,805 138,06 50,553 638 326,327 57,54
S s switching power produced ..................................,
lard switching power purchased .................. .......- -
I Water for yurd locomotives ............................... 1,323 99 9,258 7,15 19 53,9 ,93
386 Lubnioants for yard locomotivem .......................... 506 39 1,921 321,7
37 Othr supplies for rd locoamotiMs .. ...................... 272 O,6 3 -2 73 1,239
388 ooanousm .-T ............................... I- 3,3350
389 lar supplies and expense ............................... 2463 a 7.776 2 22,
392 Train mog-omen ..................... ................- 3,605
393 Tain tamtormn ...................... ..... ........ ..... ..-
394 Fuel for train locagntiw ................................- 2,- -
M9 Tran power purchased ..........................- -. -
397 lorfro t B otive ................................ 39 -
I Lubfloentm for tran loocmotlves ........................ 8 -
399 Otuher supplies for train l2oomwUt es..................... 126 -
A Deficit or other rvermo it m.




....... .......


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS 3
TABLE I,-A--STMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACPOUNIS OF rLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLABS OF 8EBYVIE.
BY DISTRICrS AND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1933---Continued

Totl_____________________________l for region.
Southern daLtriLc1t Western la let
Joonuot,. aeignea mam --...flnnxi rejnn t ...J a1 J.1 t-n : -atm.t -33 M
Acoahn1"o Assigned LNmiwUed A, sgned Assige-ntsl LasimIe daten antf1" llI



IT. TRA1SPMBTATIOo-oRAIL LINK Cont.umnd -
O00 Zsginebouae expeasee-Train .................................. 6.
401 TralIne ..........................................................-
402 Train supple and expenses .................................*l *i91 5
401 Operatinge *lplng osT ...................................... .., 6-,9i
4 signl ,a lnteroo.a op.r.to ........................... ope4 at 17 2,S 1 .
SCresing proteounn ....................................... 211..00 1 787 2:937 1,
Drawbridge o.. lo ........................................ ,0 1757 2 2279 522 77S
407 Telegraph ad telephone operation .......................... sg sjst l? -
40 Operating floating equipment ............................... 1,11 975
409 aproee eorvoe ............................................ -
410 stationry and printing ...................................... 221 4 22,065 90 $.,os
411 OIther exne ............................................ ....0 91l 5.y- "
414f Otheraepncee................................................... .53 1 .2
I1 leaning woreaks.............................................7:::::: 9? 16 d 1Z M
1416 Da sg to property ......................................... 2211 2 i;]1 1,03 1 47
417 Dmage to ies etook on right of wa ........................ 6 -
41 Lo. and damge-righL ......................................... ,,,5 T 25 2..
419 Lo and da mge-Baegog ................................... 5 -' 25 23.063
420 injurtL to person ........................................... 302 14 22,g9; .157 .- 3.1
90 Operating Joint Yar: ma d teril-D r...................... 111- 467
391 Opeting joint yard and tainali-r. ................... 13,60'9 31.95 34,e 254,621 2,94 10919
412 Operating Joint trucsh and failitime-Dr. ......................... 1 7
413 Operating joint truns and f&aOlLtiee-Or. .................. 0.87 4 350 '855 -
Total treneportlatln-RBal line......................... 317.711 3,210 1.373.253 ~01,525 -4,k103 2,.756.W -
V. TUInPORTAUTION-WAIER LUmE
4131 Opetion oa .e.s le .......................................
42 Opertion of t1rnnlme ..................................... -
4 n3 ol l ntal .................................................. -
Total tr portation-Waor line ......................... --
Vi. NISOK~liANEOIS OPERATIONS
441 Diing and buffet erloe ..................................
W42 HotelI ena retaurnte ..................................... -
44 aln elo tors ....e........................................ -
Stoeryaien
the gol oaneoe operation o............. ................. .- -
TOt -aeel o .O a l peratone............................ 72,532 _
VIZ. 01OZEAL,
1151 Rlaarlee and eapensee of genesal officesre................... 50a 26,94 0737
1152 Saleise and ezpeaaea of olefta and attendants.. ..... 7,=4 62 61,581 -2 Ai
415 Generan fiee supplied and eapenne.........................15 20 12,5554 2137761
M Law ezpe .. 2,521 259 9,522 10,731 3:a69
5-131 1I 9,. 6, e
455 urele deprtaeot sapinee......................................- -- -- ~ i

-5- 7 P ............. ...................................... 5 ... 1
5 IRollnert anpld I M ofl g....i ............................ 17 4
J inio .................................................. 1,3 it.
Ut ery ,aee..............................................2:: .1 1 5 1 1 2
4 n1 Gend Joint faniltiLe-jr. ............................... -..
4 Ge.neI joint tfailm..-Or. ............................... 335 46 47 587 7 ,uO 45.7
To1l2 general epense ................................. 11,111 1,016 122,653 81,0e 945 239, 71 -
VI1. TRANIORTATION FOR .01I i lT-. .......... -- 509-
Total rlway operating expenses aseigned ........ 4.. .985 10,081 1.954.4g3 716,270 g,360 4,1406,d53 -
Unasigaed operating expee apportioned ........ -
rumn total railway operating wenpae ........... 418,885 10,081 1,984.438 716,270 360 4,46.8s53
Defilot or othar revse-t It"










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE I--SUMMARY OF OPERATING REVENUES AND OPER'[[NQ E\N.iNL-.. l' 'l 's3 o SERVIL'. "VI'[ OPERATING RATIOS. OF INDIVIDUAL
CIA.,' I 'IL NIAM IlAiL\\A. 6. 1R ril I IL Nt R LI' [ [ PL 111iER 1i ins,


Diatriot, eglon and railway


lEatrn district rt......... ............. .....
low England region .............. .. ...... .
Grat Lakea region ................ ... ..... ... .
ontrafl Istarn region ..... ...................
Bouthern distrio t ..................... ..................
pooslhoots region ..... ...... ......................
Boutharn region ............... ........ ............
oetern disot rio ......................... ... ..
IUnie act rn regio ............ ..................
oaatrel Iatern regloan .. ............ ........
Southwaoarn region ...................................
&11 dlatriot ...................................
lSTfMl DISTRICT
PRO ENGL&OD REGION
ancOr a arooatook R. 1I. 0 ...........................
oa.on 5 Mlano R. I. ..................................
Couanadian national system: /
Ganadin National Lines in NCow gland ........... ....
oDentral YsTmont By., Ino. .............................
Om.adiln Paciflo Systm: 3/
Ganadian Polfto Linea I N&Ha .....................
Cuanadla Pscifri Lina In eont ...................
aisne ONutrel R. R. Go. ................................
ow Mann SystBem: V
N larolk, NOW Maven Mart ford R. R. Go...............
ew York Ooneaatlng R. R. Oo. .........................
Rutland B. R. C ......................................
OREAT UL1a REGION
OGebr&la & Inianla R. R. OG. ............. ........ .....
Oanadian National System: 5/
Grand Truni Waten R R. Go. .......................
DlelaaeL & icaOn 3. R. CorporatliO ....................
Dalaoaue Lac-kaann A N ecrmo R. R. o. ..............
Deviolt A ackinac B. o. ..............................
Detroit I Toledo thore Line R. R. o. ...................
2"s system:
Erie Syatoc:
rloo u Irl R. R. GOo .............................
9r1 e6 R. Go. .......................................
low J crsy & New York R.S. 0o. ......................
lu York, Suquhmanna A Westem R. R. 6o.............
Lehigh A ,A-son River Ry. Oo ...........................
Lehigh A eiw England R aR. o..........................
Lehigh Tallrey R. R. o. .................................
NonBuuhela By. On. .....................................
Msotanar 2. R, o. .... .................................
I- law@ B6;t;I 6/
w York, Ontlr a e Isatern RB. Oo. ...................
ow YTork 0oDtst Line o:
NIw Tork Otatrl I. R. Go ............................
PiLttsIlburgh A Lake rie R.R. Oo. .......................
Iew York, Chioago a St. Louis R. R. Oo. .................
Per Mlarqiuttla Go. .................................
Pittobur A taoamut a. R. o. ...........................
Pittsburgh last Tirginia Br. o. ......................
PLtrbUrt, ihwmat 1 Northern R. R. Go. .................
Though Bism
Ann r "" R.R. Oo. ..................................
Nib h RB. Go. ......................................


Railway operating azMona.


Oper&tilg ratio


r --JIway 'U.-evenue --


TAml lgnable
Total to freight


to passenger
and allIIa


pportloneid to
freight


apMo.loe to
?MMceger end


________ ________________________-__ ________ ..... S sery~loes i t____ -- -'-- w11m-"--- lltige a nTlon 1 -------------


A..,,nt. ltY *1


Cmln J sui.


Yotal


flkt


freight
servlce


TA lie ad
nor-loan


g1.30 133.173 l1hiOg. 1.51250 l58,.090 1 1 -0--Zi 2 ---- WU '.7A 1 72 -A,- --t-v.',--


14:0, 109,284
636.59 ,7a6


96,511,036
? .200o,335


83,595 2,s
Ua,50S,226
126 .9,"}k3


W00, 147,47
43E|9. 1aB
... -8 7i27


aWUf K0
341: 17";5
)05.,l5-;55h
W1i ka -i


42.9E594
119,5A9,
135,176.923


73.0B

41a.


69.10
59.81
ati ha


282-Ml~l4 -2 -l-l4S-I-tJ-J15I-Aititi 1 51i5i226,5- i: o:~: +-.. -a I -


29 si.2 4A


1 -577 177
din oct oik


100.56
97:0
109.32
tll %a


15i:'n


L 1-2les.20,1 9r,9O !.092.219 i &-l %7 Am.gn AA.' +.-an tv A 5 I.O LEfC ~ 4.~ 3..4.45f...


61,5286,2u T 119" 760 B tL09 liB i273,.2-,So I a:,6os3 I 7,,a1:72 75.6" I .'
,512335,Ii7 L 23199170 I 5'}6267 I 879,2 .9 25 5961 l 111, 367,121 71.65 .?673 Ila.
2..1.'139 I 22.5:7'l5 I 2768.B26 I 192:,111,66 I 15,0o92,25, l7,39,4.16 977.06 lf6.7) 17.J3


-,0 5, .-0. ,5 7,5. 0g- -a | g. ,.- -7 2 ... .
3,095,#,0,904 2,575,650,056 519,753,820 ,2,29231,779 1.618.119.876 631.111,9o3 { 72.66 6e.5 e1i1. 43
60.74


435,7O:,56


1,0539.457

597.591
10,556,535
67,224,7S1
3,386,806


1,186, Sa4
111.95838,766
22,017,122


11,143.3a3s
3,000,7
,562.''17
9,6 614,







959.711
,160,853


3,2U7,01

.,662.916
9.6W.,523
:5,2,830

,647,506
670, l i
2,530,:25
99,'19O
298,89.6
3627016


; ]96

53,;
:11,130,:.
68?6

a. so6o
8,802,3o9





1,186,8414

,:07,0 6
33,0:60,25
"a5 .609
2,562,.U17
8,1i0,195
54. 56665
2,755,55B

1, 6, 60
i: 476.o"


1,656, 191
8.351.805
201,993.251
13.912.93


660,267
2,529,937
976,219

3;S79 L '1


119 118
ll: IN;
8,7 :1'I5


275,M1
1,75 .396


1,153.,



1,261,171
2,0 1,096
10,278,995
103.352


809,419

.o5,1? 3

66,747

17,03
6,?25
1,292,715


1 76,47
1,36,11

13, 23l
106, 34
3.,^01, ]5


.,526,I41B
ju,389,875
17267,6i7
4, 3r12,655

1, 379,]81
6ws
19,221,027
572.940
3,026,25b


502,069
13,724,723
OeOi m
20,281,7n2
311,777,127
505,925
1,263,655

? 7y,
hN 01016
1 6l62116
2,lS.861
952,743
2D:JOO:IO
1.,3.7E
y).23,067

1,100,355
6,975,679

11,97 .709




520,1149

2: ?81,(56
27. 77,lB9


2,790,11.68
18,094:56k
881,250
3,130,195

560,013

e6.217.:




802,069
11,1,26 65
16, 580,616
282,7105

3,263,655
3.977,568
35,163 :918


905,170
2, 27,109
1.59 5j
1,097,986
5,919,855
138,528,986
9,925,tol
18, k72,10
15,229,013
529, 31
1,713,221

759.557
2:W 1!15
22 491


1, 7


2.)00.:"6
23,009,877







IS:
1,337,IL4









2,373,5
,'01,096
,165:,192
226,185



1,059,88







521;
11,01,158
69.311
73,;H9



2,37219
1,058,.15




2.663,702
3N,108

60,864

4.,97,875


60.71
72.57
121.95
87.31

87.11



89.35


67.55
91.75

84..54
119.31
;6. "1

:
6,.09
'76.65
79.19
t37.18
66.17
72.36






82.92
?9 76
76 17


p:P?
95.6
75.71

tS.76
1001.97
59.92





67.55


72.96
56.71
9. 31



45.39



66.25
70.98
mU.s

671.5
71.17


67.73
77.51

g4


101:3
264.52r
I1.56

155.19


54.00
1:1




178.
101.85






116.22
411:8





36.92
81.91
855.31-
3015.5




W0.01

MI: g


oInelud. a propartion of unamaigmid.
Be mica Great Le@ Region and lortnhwestam n alan tor thin qatu.
be also NorthaetaMrn Region far thin pstem.
bJt e alm Grot Lakesg region for this gmte.
ee &lIo ON England Raeglon and aorthuestern Region for thig my@t%.
Sb alma Ena ngland Raglon for this gratem.


I


I


57,567,86Z


i a 1 ul
79,657,00C


38115 t45,3


.- V :7*'
330:,946595i











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS TP

TABLE fII1-1UiMMARY OF i'PERAIINQ REVENUES .AND OPERATING EXPENSES BY II.IhS iF SEIV'.ICE. WITII OPERATING I1ATIOE OF INDIVIDUALL
-'LASS I STEAM R\ILWA4S MOR TIHE 'IL.AR ENDED IL LInER 11. 1933 --.,oirtad

Ralliwy operating revenue Raimwy operating expeneme _______ Optiing wal s
Ass[gnable eAstantble sglot mma
Patriot. region and railway 'a o l psigneble otl aporiond d aportloned o tol aSn -asne
meunoe 1_/ Indeeeyeineoel
Totl tmofreh t and aled hreigh passenger and I stsles Bad alled
______Vr__________________________________________________ Var ..,2o.9 _1 1 _.U _o______________'"T III .Ial.a


EAST RUU DIBTIC? Oontliued
CENTRAL EAGTRUU REION
Akron, OCanton A Toungtown Hy. 0o. ....... ...........
Baltlmore Ohio Bylte: 2
Baltil o e A Ohio R. R. O ..........................
Steten Teland Rapid Tralnst Ry. Co...................
Beseemer A Lle ib' R.R. o .........................
Chiago & Reatern Illinois ay. Go. ...................
Ohibeago & Illinois Midlan L By. Oo. ....................
Chiogo, Indianapolts A Loulsvil11l Ry. Co. .............
Detroit, Toledo & Ironton R.R. Oo. ....................
'1gn, Joliet A Eutem Rn C ........................
lIllInoI Termin al Co.................... ..............
Ilenourl Polfio Byste! .I/
Nitsourl-Illlolis RM.. Co...........................
Peonsyilvania System:
Long Ziland R.R. 0o. ..... ............ .............
PevnnsylvanIa A. R. o. ..............................
PennsyilvNl-Reading aeamhore Lines ....................
BHedlatng Byste:
Central R. R. 0o. of NBw Jerne7 ....... ..............
RadJg OoC ......................... ........... ..... .
Western Maryld RD. Oo ...............................
hbeeling A L&ae Dir Rj. Co...........................
BOOIUJIf DISTRICT
POCAHONTASB Rm113
Ch sapesake A Ohio Ry. Oo..............................
NorfoLk A Western Ry. Co..............................
Riomond. Frederioksburg A Potomsao R.R. Co. ............
Virglolan RT. O. ........................... ..........
SOUTHERN RMOIOI
AtlantlO Ooast Line Byites:
Atle t a West Point R.R. Oo. ......................
AslIata, Blrmllghm A Coast R.R. Co. ...............
Atlantin Ooast Line R.R. 0o. ........................
Oharleeton a Western Carolin Ty. Co.................
Ollnohfield R.R. Co........ ...... .................
GeorgIa R.R., Lemsee Organlmstlon ...................
Loulsvillo & Ilshville R.E. o ......................
Ishvtllle. Obhst.nooga A Bt. Loue Dy........ .......
Western Ry. of Alabem .... .........................
Columbus & Oreenwille Ry. Go ..........................
lorida Nlae Comlt Ry. On.............................
Gaorgla lorida R. .................................
Gulf, Moble A lorthern Sytem:
Gulf. Mobile A lohern.. R.. Oo. .....................
Nel Orlen OGreat Northen R.3. Co. .............
111inol central 8Sptes:
Central of eorga Dy. Co ...........................
Galf & Shp Iland R.R. OC ..........................
I111noi Central R.R. Go..........................
Taluloo wA Isimlppl Vialley r.. Oo. ..................


61,5914,629
131.792 253
1,711.0
6.742,8114
12,218, I
j,026.11
228,716
:,042;66D
,985,608
,139.837
850.168
24,068,5852
32 2B.71.l4
4.09 ,778

27,401,329
12, 345,04
10,563,820



I05 969,5e22
09,262 891
5, '5,2L76
13,433,773


1,280,053
1: 21?:
37.908.14
L;5?426
3,010,0049
m; X:088

832,848
975,71
14,192,4
831,w
121 m 4

75,966,800
zl,991;684


01,577,04"

6,713,57
n6 75, '

6:1M'.0]
2 OL9:9815



828,695

5.935,990



12,11,522
0,521,877



101.778.667
66,275,026
13,304,991



30: i!, 14.65
&, AIR.6112

2,688,668




915, 378
777, :

10,199,8p
945,e801
63 -,56,1
10,o911,}30


(1,0'20,58,4 966,254
90.369. 00 67.1,98 .I
1m)53 38 11 53:]?

19,671,5 11,7961,11
a180 6 2,1520,7

2,432,283 2,415,782

6 6 6 4 2 1 59 7 2 30


2,: ,98;. 3 271, 357

*66 597, 3,08
U.o6h;9el 1,235.i62

))'Z8'58 26 1o99
7 9 ,6 M ?,6J.6193 8
9 :L3 \;


617,585
15019}.,992


1,1A,;137
1 3.199

14
687,311
21,173

l1,392,592
71. 16h ar

5,4M,0~76

214,5.&
U :.)L3



4.190 a55
N,9B7,BB
,26),9i5
128,7?82





61, 202
321,381

30,016
9E,;3

8, 199
5,:192


21,0, .1
1,300.251


48,836,607

6,055,053


843,687
2,229,279'
2 812: 80
1,151,296
, 516,219
2,071,53}

,m:519

2,19:.%
709,792
A. P7.199

7,146,169
6141,599
40,329,
5.599,


I/ ;mladen a proportion of uaaeigund.
BeeS: B Central Western Reglon for this syst .
f see aa Bouthwsetern Region for thi syste.
Report far 9II months endda June 30, 1933; property acquired by
New Orleses Great northern Ry. Co. end leased by that oompasy
to the Gulf. Mobile & Northern M.D. Co.


6St.330
i22; 771
305,088




978,669
69,191
12,062O,17



:r?: 1
2:,97,757




217,695


9, 19l, 77
.248,1.



414.61o



1,9;:gR



35,730

133J, 390
13,6596,2
217,306

133,390


21,69.720


614.00

S:i






78.39


99.32
1.71
67.0
n:7j


61.t7 305.96
54.2? Ufli



12,1.72


72.07 322,NN



541336 12 .S

Pa:S '3:I
59,.
L., 39 3
W~lI wE

flu flU


55.oa 47.98 226,4}
56I L9 21


66:


55.M6
102.17
86. 4
82.7
95.03
68.29
63.28


* I9


86.75 114.83
NIS.
62. 288.4
52.64 267.72
11.05 141.18
77.54 2K1il
87.3 M49.06
72344 197.99
775 3W.13





52:7 17799


58,a 326,O8




1,28,7
29,127,630





729,798
.5 :^



2,862.,929
526,2 3
ID-:S.;|7





7.913:221
e : 5 sIc










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3l50 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE 111-51 MMARY OF O'PERATILNO REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPI.NSE, BN CLASS W1." ,ER\ iCE. \%I111[ OIELHvrIKJNG ILIOS. OF INDIVIDUAL
CI.A68. I STEAM R.ILWAI3, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DELEMULI 31. 1933 -(-o,Iinud


Ditrctot, region ad rasllwy


SOUTHERN DISTRICT Continued
SOUTHERN ROIO Oonttnued
Ilsimollippi OCentral R. Do. ................... ....
Norfolk Southern R. R. Co. ...... .....................
Beaboard Air Line By. 0o ................ ...........
southern Symteml
Alabam Oreat Southern R. Oo. ..................
Oincinnati, Now Orleans & Team PacifiO RBy. o ......
Oeorgia Boutarn A Florlda Ry. Oo. ...................
Mobile a Ohio R.R. Co. ........ ........... .. .....
Heo Orleans A Northeastern R. R. Oo .................
Northern Alabama f. Oo. ........ ...................
Southern My. Oo. .................. .. .............
Teonne ee Omental By. O0. ............... ..............
SISTER DISTRICT
NORTHNWESTRN ROIOI
Caneadis Natlonal Symeim: 5
Duluth, Winnipeg A PacyfT Ry. Oo......... ..........
Oanadlan Pealcfic System-
Duluth, South Shore A Atlantlo By. o. ...............
lnemapoltl, St. Paul A Sault Ste. Marie By. o .....
Bpokane International by. Oo. .....................
Chioago A North Western Saytemt
Chieago A north oWestern Ry. Oo.......................
Chiaogo, It. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha My. Oo. .......
hsogo Great Umtmern R. R. ao......................
Chioago, Milwaukee, St. Paul A Pacific R. R. Ob..
Duluth, Mimmabe a Northern By. On. .....................
Grat Northern By. Co..................................
0rn Bay A Wserno N. R. Oo...........................
Lake Superlor A Ishpemilg R. R. Go. ...................
iaamapolie A St. Louis N. N. o. ......................
Northern Palfio y. Co. ............... ...............
Spoka, Portland A Battle y. o............................
Dal=t Psolflo Sstem st
Org.-Waington NR. A Navigation o. .............
CENTRAL NESTIEN REGION
Baltimora & tie byest: 5/
Alan S. N. o. ........... ...........................
Burllngton Routse
Cl1esgo, Nirliflgoan A Quinoy R. R. o. ...............
Colorado A Southern by. oa. ..........................
tort worth A Denver City my. Oo. .....................
Denver A Rio Grads smietrn Syste
Denver A RIe Grand We tern R. R. Oo. ................
Denver A Salt Lake by. ao. ..........................
Nlafl Nortehera b. so. ...............................
Book Islenan symise
Chicago, Nook Imlan a Gulf By. oo. ..................
Othioago, Book Islad A PaoLtlo By. Oo. ...............
em Dego A Arlimna Ky. 0o. fi ........................


I HRailay operating regvnueg


f 1.aa.zAMaa~aI~~~I T


Aslgnea)le
to freight
aervioe /


4
Ammigned end


fBB e and
apportioned to
pammenger and


IAssignavle
to pammenger
and allied


Snolude a proportion of unamglned.
See also Mew England Region and great Lakse Region for taie system.
BSe alIo eow England Region for thim srmitm.
SBe mlso Central Weetern Region for thin syltem.
See m1io Central Zastern Region for thim mymtem.
Report for monu of Januar;r property acquired by Sa ODiego & ArlSona Esmtern Ry. 0o.


Total


4 4


Total


IFreight
seruioe


Total


Passenger
end allied
services


Rail-ay operate ng
Aigoed an
apport loned to
freight
eunaloe 1/




2.933.726
*15 11, 8189
17,749.534

2,389,234
5,312,689


l,O1.0,71
317.71a6y2
1,241,83





702,298
1,10),28

19.7,591









6m,117,581o
612,039
797At0
5,711,228
27.B699,.437
1,897,5'1






75,292,109
6,407,58o
38,076,840


9.170.787
l67;020
120,:99

1.90U.370
35 'Pl 0
6:0'029


,6601,360


I M"
41,497.665
11, 22,730


1,9149, 879
:30818
76, I, 103
1,923,154




812,579
1,963,106

7j."11.p
22s,:6


1 .527.
14, 180
85:41:220
9,700,200
61,95,891
1,:871:?062h

7,673,398
47,578, 877

13,331,086



13.328,174
78, 96,975

5;633.36

17,112 7914



3,46,409
61,43.o040
39.906


6569.674



1,762,616






91,503, .
7:,59265
2,618,684
566,9671
1,796:,66




757,398
l^:o:


392S,503
9 446











153
72;45:82




7.169,7
ul:81^,o877
3,959,72
21,393.321


10,226,007
65,624 816






2,958,061
5112 79
P:,IS


034,686
253,881
4,695.069

733,049
1,255 418
".32,892
569,371

331,195
29,851
12,281,369
126:518




55,181
235,417
2,63175
51,527
11,9J'7.972

1,159,1:05
11.035,399

7.763_4
??:88





1,937,775


3,102,167
12,872,089
94fl:240
738,49

1,661,657
171 1<
50,;l1


9,818,1
7,753


1,580,276



26:1 224
li,675





875,764
ljj5*,11^
117,9 ,87o
'6,995 ,


J7,714.969
1,206,512
10 8, 32113
641596:8b1
5,717,866
4 .545 204
92,6559

6,747,285
)8,993.493
2,B3,39i
3, 5Me,)96
10,888,501



9,215,669


3.359,207

11,887,424
889, 19
E78,4.77

2,556.095


97,426
648,711
8,060,538

998,2?9
583,5L17
983,212

76,617
15,970,737
186,192




173,4166
492,148
4,&459,482
139: 00

18,210,080
3,342,923

16:735:894
711.505
11,437,528


92538:519
26,?04
1,O36,057


2,945,344


2,808,085
16,284,759
1,078,771
1,077,075

2,316,637
222,139
158.078

651,785
14,587,192
18.737


91.38
81.69
81.81


88.214
8 : 66

81.014
61.44
74:i




107.78
83.31
80,7
105.41

78. 64
7.7.11&
70.88
75.56


8.9
0.o1


81.93
61.27
81.68


69.116
69.a
78.8
59.63

69.47



711.82
81.19
112.11


79.-54
I 01


.104
71.47
76.99
63:23

6932




92.73
66.17
68:
83.6

61:6
611.8

51.98
8-;99

64.79
42.85

,.66
-6.21

69.72


62.66

r6. 02
1#6: U





6.8
a8.:


280.88



136.17



256.66
110.04
147.13




114. 36
IM:S



170.69
270.5*4


177.18
151.66

1,02o.56
147







619.22
241.Z7
209.76
170:5






152.00


90.52

126.51


139.02
151. "










129.80
313.52

1.0.19
114737
241067


...... .v-- --


Overat inj rtiHos


sapeneeB









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE III-SLIMIMAIY OF OPERArING REVENUES AND OPEIRAIINO EXPENSES BY rILASS, 01 SERVICE. WITH OPLRATINO RATIOS. 01' INDIVIDUAL
CI.AbS I 0TF.AM RAILWAYS. lHjl IRK YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31 1933 -Cooutinud

RalIwey operating revenues allFay operating eapenmam Opeatting ratlo.
Diatrict, region and zallwar eoignabl sgnal Ateod d pA signed aad a m ar
Total t freight ando pallieder Tl pportioned to apportioned to Pntlo Pim
Total tTotaarTOol and allNe
|ortis _________e s._ rlo called Bervlceo ___ eorvo
WESTNR DISTRICT Oontliued
CENTRAL WIBTERN REGION Continued
Santa re Syata: 2./
Atchison, Topika Santa re Ry. Co. ................. 8,462,856 Po I 05. 95 *18,156,?1 (77,16,026 $52.791.95B 24 3M,074 78 74
Panhandle & Santa ra RY. Co. .......................... 6n. 5 7,892,0 729.4,9 5.859,274 :77 111:
Boutbern Paniflo aiate! 729,9,
Oorthostern Paolfo R R. O. ...................... 2, 62 1,5 705 1,292,657 2,70,71 1,00,607 161 167 94.7 69.2 .6
Ba Deiego & rliona Estern RB. Go. / ......... ...3... .ml'1j 316.161 683070 17 7 111.7 5.K
thr. P f o. .........................101 ,7 77 3,9,094 7 0 51,0 1676 7 : :t
Toledo. Peoria A Western R. R....... ................. 1:.690, 916 513 1, ,7, 4.6 73.99 1, .69
Union Palfio Syatem:
Lo Angel. al Le P.R. o .................. 139, .335 11,04,52 310503 9,S425,, 6, 551,62t 2,874,177 67.61& 5.9
Orgono Loine R.. Co........................... 20466,812 18,02887 2,. ,95 359 9,77,.01 60511 6.41
st. Joeph & Grand Island Ry. Co............... ..... .22,655,t09 2,r7.09 98,70 1,527,110 1,7,528 25e 59.75 155.
17s 22 .7.8. 4,10,8 0 :2,3657
Unio Pe t4 o P. B. Co.............................. 6, 53. 9,681,5 1o,86, 5.7
1 tsh Rj. Co. ........................................... 979 169 979,16 9 687, 7i 687;7311 *''" ,"_0^.L
Western Pacifio R. R. O. .......... ....... ...........10,868,12 10,S_ ,612 411,700 8,681 6 7.459:U5 1,355,861 81.14 1.314 330.06
SOUTHWESTERN RiOICY
Burlington-Rook Iiland R.R. Oo. ......................... 959,679 917,182 1497 811,665 710,566 101099 4.58 777 90
Fort amth A Western fy. Co. ........................... 670,557 Nl924 86. .;333 9I923
Frisco Linac!
Port Worth S Rio Grande Ry. Co. ................ 4. .o42 4 361,826 62,218 692,770 478,401 214,369 163.17 112.22
St. Louis-Ban Francico Ry. Go. .......... ...........35,7 3224,503 14,506,657 31,705,615 234,170,7114 4,17o 81.96 70.62
St. Louis. San Francanco A T.as P. o .............. _' 9 ,.7 "
st. Loule, Bin rruoSBoo 1 Tese R. 0o. ............. 1,0 s62,. 1,o}1,u124 30,737 1,04o,805 910,008 158,797 9857k 58.23 1.56
laneaM City Southern Syatem:
I" .a City Bouthern Co............................ ,16,46 7, ,66 4141,0)0 6,163.664 5,3, 827,709 &67.' 187.6
Tearhkana a Fort Smith Ry. o. .7 1,1 41,758 67,o8 887709 .52 67. 215.6
aeae, Oklabhomn Oult By. o. 1: ,75,81.7 1 7r2,323 823 177 66,5 29 498 26.
15,837 M a 1. J .1s 1,~ %52. 19. 35t1
lones, ki a a I ..ul B. o........................... 1L.,1,4 3:,91608 28 2,6.8,89" i,)3,6i7 6, 92 ,. 16',.43
Louisiana, ArkaesB & Teona Ry. Co..................... 840,1109 815,013 25,396 679,65 649,833 222 0.0 ,os973
Midaoid Salle R. R. Go. .... .......................... :.. :1, 55,305 1
Midoland a iora h B.knse Ry. o .......... ........ 894,780 2,0 70773 70,08 ,08 166,1
Slmanuri -laas-Teo zaa Line.:
MIaotuhl-anaaIe-Teua R.R. Oo........................ ..17,286,23t 15,l.61 1,964,5873 10,956.105 7,733,632 13,.222.,473 63.38 50.74 164.00
Siaaouoxi-Kanea-Tezaa R.R. 0o. of Teu .............. 8,365,49 ,659,316 1,706,133 7,956529 5,113,035 2,3,94 95.11 76.78 166.66
Ilsoaurl Pacifio Spytem: 6
Baumonit, Sour Lake A Watern Ry. Oo................. .1,362,154 1,2141,970 120,1814 1,079,453 664,goo00 41 58} 79.25 5.54 44.
Intrnatioal-Oroat ortho Rh R oR. ................ 12, 287,79 11,029,57 1,2,00? 8,870,288 6, ,5 2,1424.633 72.19 1.7
67:tr S:SJO:?S2S 69:773.6~ yi 77.15L 154:96
ur Paofro R.. 0o. ........................... 67,953,779 60 9,2 7 ,714.137 52,47,44 9,77,1 ,67, 77.18 0
leam Orleane TIas I Mlealoo Ry. Co................... 1,300,818 1 2 ,11,520 8, 8 1,173,508 827,36 6,137 90.21 .17 E3.B
St. Louli, AronRB7ille Uozioo B. Co............... .3,938,899 3,573,511 35,35 2,,501 1,.779. 1,00. 7..4
SnAntoaio Uvalda & Gulf B. R. o. .................. 775,56 0 8 0 99 77 U a 6cm6 218.11
T...a p.=lo R?. Co................................ 2,2,67 1,066,772 .,13..195 13.858,. 9,372,788 U,86,9 15 5.92 151.8
Watlol- Rne. of Sextoo:
Tao za I RMma@conB. o................................. 64,48 606,895 27,.87 6 61,647 5,966 10.,681 104.28 91.94
Oklahoma o0ty-ada-Atoha By. O. ......................... 315,093 296:,43 18:6} 212:49 8,o4 ',.78 67.4 56.69
Santa re 8yatas:
Oulf, Colorado St Pa8m u. r Go. .................... 12,742.01 11,620,951 1,121,100 10,798,013 8,429,398 2,368,615 84.74 72.54 2U1.28
Southern Panolflo yatem: Z/
St. Loula outh.eetero Wy. Oo........................ 9,216,585 8,597, 3 317,2 5,326,498 45,14 2 1 6 .81 50. .67
St. LouIs Southwatenrn By. Oo. o e ........... 3,738,80 3,5 22,2 3,737,197 1 4 6 97 .
TWia F aNl Orans R. s. r .....................2... ..2,,6k,66 '2 3,9 00 2 68 1:,0,981 5,907 8 F5.56
1Mshlts Fall A Southern R. R. O3 .................9 55:,878 43 393:99,79 363,98399 70.49 .65 2

I/ Ioludoo a proportion of una i gneAd.
One al10 Bouthnetorn Reglon for this ayatm.
Report for 11 onthe adead DCeaaber 31; asunOmoOr To Ban Dingo A AXIOnS BRy. Oo.
Cnoludes Southerun Panifollo Steaship Linas.
BSa alao Northbwctern Region for thi ymtism.
SBe alMo Central latar Regison for this a y@ .
See al Oe ntral ::etrn LRegion for thl aytau.,









38 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
34150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE IV-SUMMARY OF SELECTIfD OPLRAIING Li.aTISTSfILS ItLLAIINU Iu FREI(fl;HT AND PASSENGER SERVICES OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31.1933

Train-mllee Car-Allsa In Lransportation eervLoe
Ton-males
Ditrct rFrPeignt loaded. Freightl empty, Passenger train, of Revenue
DiLrlict, region and railway FrelSht, PasBenger, including Inoluding IncluiLlng revenue passenger-
including Inclu&ilng freight train, mixed freight train, mixed passenger freight miles
a proportion a proportion train eand exclusive train and aend mixed
or mired of mixed sr eoculffent oaboose t-ran _________
rstern dietrlctg................................... 1 .3.M-7 -1 166-532.) 4-.S f*266:-865.fL IS ia7 2. 05i9S -O222I.. f
l nd region ........ .................... 10 .-,45 9065 -O5, 5 7 ,OO1 -L,7 ,q j 1 5-0 IM05 ,0 2 1 0' O9 :;4
res aee region ...................................68 616, 69 66,990,369 2,151,595,801 1.,4 631,766 516,235,39t 47,779,59,.295
Central Eastern region......................... .. 95,763 79,63,98 1,809,732,855 l.221rSu ,208 510,O39,815 51,179,415,379
Cstas^ .stenr~ ;W:::;:;;;:;::: ......... .i ;:9:8s 76 7 6399;S3W
Southern district ................................ ..28 8.O 66. 679 .s 2.13,.097, 42 1.515r 439303 428.0211,563 934.2.975 2.020,220.1!2
Po A aonta regtLon .............................. 9., 571, 76,27 10,76,950,750 5rZ-90.59 356,901,707 50


449l 093,701 RE01001 X011W 87 5
Souter. reg ion......... ...................... ,6102:' 5 17, 31 0 l, 51, 3 7.7?,01,2, 390.2399, 036J 22%
Western diastri ct.................................. 170.510, 9115 121,206,ie7 4.4,987,51 B ?.61 S,111,74 94. 2 54.07972 6 9Z2 1 .
Northwestern region ............................... g1 oft u ov34. I.1 r,_ 0 U 5'3 ?t22,t2 AU OS,2 ?,98r2,502
Central W.sern r.gn ............................ ..7:0,127: 1 0,8:8 26,i,,i 14,31: ,4, 5 61.71,.939 3. .. 05 2 9,76,362
-Sotbwestern region ........................ 8... .. ,,20,O2 2, 51, 1,.61,,216,139 705,786, 198060,2.9 19,90,7, 297S,912
All districts ............................. 393,571,165 34.726,207 10,736,950,750 7,25.065569 2,565,2;2,659 21149,223,180 3147 16,3 l0,50 7214
EASTERN DISTRICT
rW ENGOLAND RfIOi
Bangor A Arocstook R. H. Co. ..................... 6023,96 481,9 12,309,7 9.10,591 2,26 86 2,791,26 6,66 ,10
Boston A Maine H. R ............................. .3,002,891 7,251,517 99,085,25 50,955.815 37871,574 1,816.295,03D 303,2198.:0352
Canadian NHaetion.l System: 1/
Canadia.n National Litnes n Nw England ......... ,91,960 19194,3517 2,625,273 2,014776 817,1 ,749To7,T766 3,19,32
Central Vermont ly., Inc ....................... 867,222 816,310 1,571,833 7,8114,428 ,539,945 335,575,100 16,62,760
Canadian Pacific System' &/
Cantian Placificr Lines In Mai.ne ................ .4.. 1157,152 291,w67 7,440,180 3,834,185 1,931.387 152,471,9 7,5117,927
Can an Pacific Lines In Vermont .... .............. ,0155,45I 0,12 4, ,.9527516 1,38.709 14,8 51,05,1 ,191
Maine Central R. H. o ............................ 6.1,110,1 7 1,3,O88 25 598,257 162, 6"31,7 35.,719 629,8,U
New Haven SyatLes 3/
Wew York, New Haven & Hertford H. R. o.. .......... 3,879,810 8.680,100 122,082,59 69,778,26 5140, 2,1 5,, a 6874 317,253
Lew York Connecting H. C. C.................... 5:1486 6,093 3.,8140,966 1,987,8614
Rutla"d R. H. Co ................................ 478,922 929,105 9,058,033 5,1 20,721 6,373:,77 167,719,939 13,81,190
GREAT LAKES RIOIOH
Cambriam & nd na R. H. Co. ......................... 143,889 1,097,82 1,022,671 62,5507,1436 -
Canadlan National System: .9'
Grand T-runk ne tern H. C'o .................. .. 1..,25, 1,166,722 56,02,4 40 2 95.127 8,115,514 1,116,613,29 92,110,18
Delaware A Hudson H. R. Corporation .............. 2862367,407 1,611,936 759,217,138 66s,;628 91,69,16 2,0 ,115,52895 2 ,7
Del aw Leackawanna A Western H. H. o.............. 3 .917,792 5608,523 12 17O,.98 ?09,.1309 3.,477:1251 2,972 58,9 28,55 1.,465
etrit A Mackinac l3. o. R....................... 5,44,107 22,062 110,0 7 733,732 29,1,000 59,961,2
Detroit A Toledo Shore Line R. R. Co ................. .70,042 5,393,8.2 64,446.,9'7 i,- 218,68,877
Eris System:
bChicago A Eia R. R. Co......................... 1,055,1193 500,162 147,115,957 133,703,913 6,80186 1,03,61,595 9,351,159
Erie R. H. Co ................................... 6,520,589 5,694,962 253,11,282 6 3932773 45,27 ,719,6 3,, 6,:020
Naw Jersey New York R. .............. .. 150 1 72
New York, Suquehanna. & Western R. N. Co. ......2 189,186 68,752 1, 70 1,3943175 1'3,678733 274,09
Lehigh & Hudson River Hi,. C.o. .................... ......2148611 3,7714 6 ,46256 A4,5,14314 174,359 1i8,163,0 102000
Lehigh A New Englaid H. R, Co..................... 354,416 31,591 5,982, 6 77,092691 24, 365903 118, eLi
LeAg ValleyR HR. RC. ............................. 4... 7,28 1.8, 121 152,3, 92 78,:78,913 925.60 4 0 2,96114,12,07 111,1794
eionongh ela Ho ................................. .8,7.4 3.314.056 7,0.14,3 7.95,973 1fl.39 375,556,653 223,
Montoiu H. Ht. 0o ................................. 1.. 3,1196 1,56..872 1,212.574 82.535,012 -
new HaveS System: .f
New York, Ontario Western lb. Co ............. 1,2514,561 622,101 26,2146,3148 21,1197,279 5,691,153 8304,4,51.9 21,771,048
New York Central Lineal
SYork Can ral H. c ......................... .28,569,39 0,276:7M 946, 2,272 663.,02 5 341 ,6",.Z10 20. ,17 2,23.:
Pittsburgh A Lake Erie R. R. Co ................ 722, 29 776,858 27,595,002 21,1163,77 3,9825,1 1,24,928,559 13330
Now York. Chioago A St. Loui~s R. R. Cc .......... 5,1164,507 1,1106,190 119 825,512 11o02 28
Pere Marquette Hi. Co .0........................... 5.07:7ro 50,,1 3,,2,371 61 :000
Pittsburg A Shawout H. H. Co .. ......... o.... .,2 ,08 757,.59
Pittsburgh A West Virginia lb. Co .................. 270,229 :78 1,91.672 4,,301 15w: ,6200 50
Pittsburg, Shamuut A Northern H. H. Co ........... 180,186 68.752 2,216,006 1.931.805 123,332 5.773.513 64,096
Wabash System:
Ann Arbor RH R. o ..................................7,288 1814,155 12,665,615 8,671,969 439,096 282,11",195 1,261,795
Wabash l b. Co......................................5,870.18 3,yL1..O8 173,14.5,626 109a03.1,6 19.890,94 1 3.030,71,995 96,332,319
,. oe i0 e .. ...ne.... -lu N-.- -a9 Rm~ rr uaa


. See also Oreat lakes Region and Northwestern Region for this system.
/ ee also Nortbwestern Region tor this system.
o/ S al.o & Great Lakes Region for this system.


Sede also Raw EiniJland Regon fuo is .o-e-.
NowBee &eo H England R:610n tor tMLe system.









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE IV-SLrMMARI OF SELECrTED OPERATING STATISTICS RELATING TO FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASH I srEAM RAILWAYS. FOR [HE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1983 -ConDousd


ity


TriD-mile ua--mllee In transportation serrvio
DiF.eii loadeod, Freiht erepp. Paimnger tlo1a. of Roevenu
DitrictF raglan ad rai3way psreitseneor, Inouding inoluding Including ane pastoO
inoIuding including freight train, mixed freightl train, ixed passenger freight
a proportion a proportion train and ezolumive train and snd aimed
of mixed of mieAd workt euimnwet caboose train
EASTERN DISTRICT 0ontinued
OBENTRAL EASTERN REGION
Akron, Canton A Younstown ByT. 0o. ................ 245,687 13,369 3,529,815 1,996,497 205,224 86,1,l14 7.77
S .l.timers A Oio System:
Baltimore Ohlo R. go. ...................... .14.973.970 1II11,557 4b3.bo,2oG6 Jl0,9708l 89, 442,093 12,3 ,62 1,,0
Staten sland Rapid Transit Iy. Oo ................ T..... 1.284,194 '1:1,892) 6 69.860,2, 2,41, ,89 519O
Nesmeor A Lake Erie R. R. Co. .................... .. : 1.,0999 15,362,95 8,437.94 252,. 79 807, 31,079049
Ohlosgo & saT.e Illinois Ry. co. ................ 2,046,8s8 1,960,237 2h.125,4 27,9,154 11,99 1.6,2,90, 7 ,
Chicago a Illinois Midland Ry. 0o ........ ..... 1, 11,1a 6 ,56858,2 5,2I7,V p, 28,89:,2 0
Chiogo, Indianapolis A Louisville By. Go.7...1.041 3: :" g:l 1.. l',g 4-
sDetroit, Toledo A Ironton R. R. o. ................ ... ,5 7.2 7 0,81 10,8 ,05. 94,97 201

, Jo list A Eastern. Io O......................... .87,.9 6,419,686 09578 ,736 ,4 5 9,107 ,3 ,708 96,6,478 l, ,(6
Iliol Terminal o ................................. "9627,94 170. 1 1,4,66 E 0 16,
Missouri Pac ific Systea, W/
1iesonori-Illinois it. Lf -o...................... 1..,551 82.287 1,3&265 9,48,936 203,493 163,565.639 158,187
Pennsylvania Spites:

RLong I and R. R. 0o. ...............................31, O,4141 64,.19. 6 5,57,738 3, 9,17 ,78 ,4,176 1 7B0
Pennsylvania R. B. Co.......................... 1.29, 6132 60.004,17 6527 17,4961 31,115,006 26,81836491,266 a
eIng ia-Redig seashor Lineso .................... 1,31,11 110,865 267771842 9,285,965 339,629 1,030,759,957 '681,389
Reading Sysatemi


BO TTHBU DIBTRIOT
POOLHOIT1B IIIOIOI
Cont r.. R. R. oc. o ... Jerey.................... 1,5,71,5 4 ,: 1,7 28,4166 .81,99 i6, 48 10'"'1,' 1:'5
111.1.11 02 201 6 16,7101,9

ading Go..................................... o,: R5 3 91 1,11

R.ao~oi, rre. rlatol- g t~ a..- R. .o ....... 52[,? 1,069.988 5'^6**l "'^'S ?'ZS- a ', I'K
Werglng Aa. OoE ................................. 1,51,862 585,44,167 30,404,77 1,148,020 1,903,137,957
SODalfhgDISTRICT




BOETA]S REGION
AtlBnta ;. yPolnt R 0. ............ .. 16?0,29E 261,8941 3.l,114 1,64,,95 0 0,2? ,9 13
tlt, tm m 1 91. R. Oo ........... 84,53 67,67 1l ,57 7,83,58 O 1,, i 'l


0U~loutroou & l Woome 0Ro. Oo. ................. 6,11,570 6,23,560 124, 390 1,9788 86,6090 OSS,? S'SSS 7'
OlViihfnia d R. R. o.. ........................... 5..9,887 20.,296 18,78,554. 14.,475,091 71.,711 6 ,6 779.,i

OOO1"81& R. R.. Lolo U Olrglp l~st on .............. 697,440O 84.2B4 13,117.75 T.296,721 1,887,? ee0,?808 S p00 7,6 K
LRuic nlld, r s idsriclsu R. R. P oa ................C o0,564,42 9,678,S00 185,4362152 ,72,SGO,70 ii,1K? 6,8 TL 636 ,85,?'4
290~o3 261:1, 9112 6 7








huhvll ,i1. &iOOnt on ,. rLourii Ry.......0.9. ,19 ,6,1 37S8,0:1 ^*.S-SS ^ *^ *'S ?'SH "it 8r'o ,, lS
Atlnra RA. oWet Poibnt- .B. ......................... 184,5 256,676 3,1l8,Ol6 1,949,21; 1,769,817 567,2,88 7,1P.,B1


Aoluabna B iroinghm Ay. Ooa ......G................. .9,07 137,678 ih 89,iE 8 7,83b(*8 l,8"a 853 .192,Ii3,i 2,8, 03
Atldanti Coast Lie. Oo. Co.......................6,557 658,23973,140 1211g3,9I 86,6197 50,556,30 S 181, 'I'o2Si

Ciorgfie iorld R. B ............................ 33..59,87, 220,152 2,296 2,,21 111,691 5712,860 67,761,15 98,Bt
Gogoi R9 Lessee O rgansatin728.O],25 739i' .7 1,887,782 220,88,000


Lasisile At N yati 1. Co................. 7.60 ,678, 131 5 1,7 .
Nashille, hart tanooga A RS. Louis By............2 .910,760 1y,6A 2,1167,251 i,:7E,821 31,B6321t 59,79:,K8 3,121,0t

WOeste.L of Atlogab 0as.. ........................ ...18,070 2,160,760 50,796.458 ^,7,0 7 (S1?^ 'SiSSSi
Bol .- B.... ...........................................iI l11,ECEo 1i290I,,. ,g:.0 ,,,1:81,18,136
NsoartineArph R. Go ............. ...... 72, 1:70,31 ,,, ,,
Nov folksan Gdrey.at NrenB. ... o...... ........ .10075 130:,51-002 14,376,0269g 2 .90









IlBli nnos nontra Systi:o Re20 7toor th,0 03n.
CetSre] of GeorgiaByG..................2r7 2 I 0,1 ..,t 20 &1 8a R7 R o 1 Z IN 212 9. 2 0 R. 0
IlinoisCnta B.y Go................ .:......... ..1451 .029, 2,0 ,80 ,930 71& 30900141179








See Elso Southweste Region for this sytie.
Report for soi. months ended Jone 30, 129; pr0opty acured by Iv Ormse Northern By. Go. and leasod by that Onspny tc the Golf, Mobile A Nonhernad L38 B. Co.











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE IV-SUMMARY OF SEI.ECIED OPERATING STA.I[TICS RLLUIING ro FLIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1933 -Coitnued


District, region and railway


BOUTHIM DISTRICT Continued
SOUTHERN REGION Continued
MisslsiLppi Central R. R. Co. .......................
Norfolk Southern R. R. Co. ..........................
Besbos-d Air Line Ry. Co. ...........................
Southern System*
Alabasa Great BoutLern R. R. Co. ..................
Cincinnati. Noew Orleans I Tens Paolfi Ry. Co ...
Georgia Southern A Florida Ry. Cc. ................
Mobile & Ohio R. R. Co. ..........................
New Orleese & Northeastern R. R. Co...............
Northern Alabaa R. Co. .........................
Southern Ry. fo. .................................
Teannessee Central Ry. Co. ..........................
WESTERN DISTRICT
NORTMWESTERN REGION
Canadian National Sysem: /I
Duluth, Winnipeg A Paolrto Ry. Go. ................
Canadian Pacifto Syetem: I/
Duluth, South Shore & A lntLio Ry. o. ............
Minneapolls, St. Paul & Sault Ste. uMarle y. Co...
Spolune International y. Co .....................
Chioago & North Westelrn Sstem:
ChiLoego A Horth Western Ry. Co...................
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Ry. Co ....
Chi ago Great Western R. R. Co. .....................
Chloago, Mlwlaukee, St. Paul A Pacific R. R. Co ....
Duluth, MlLacbe A Northan Ry. Co..................
Oreat Northern RN. Co ..............................
Green Say & Western R. R. Co.......................
Le superior & Ishpeming R. R. Co. ................
Mlinneapollis A St. Lou is R. R. Co ...................
Northern Paolfito Ry. Co. ...........................
Spokame, Portland & Beattle Ry. Co. .................
Union Pltflo Syatm: J/
Oregan-WalLngton R. R. A Navigetlon Co. ..........
CENTRAL WESTER REGION
Saltimore A Ohio Sytam: I/
Alton R. R. Co ...................................
Burlington Rout!
Chloago, Burlington & Quinoy R. P. Co. ............
Colorado & Southern RI. Co. ......................
Port Worth A Denver City Ry. Co. ..................
Danvar A RiLo Grande Western System:
Devaer A Rio Alrnde Western R. R. Co..............
Dener A Salt Lake Ry. Co. .......................
Noe.a NorthBern LR. Co.............................
Rook Island Sy tm:
Ohlosgo, Rook Island & Oulf Ry. 0o. ..............
ChlcgoO Rook Island A Panlflo RI. Co.............
SBan Disgo A Arizona 0o. / ......................


Train-miles


Freight,
Including
5 proportion


________ J. -----.


PaBssenger,
In lud ng
a proportion


Freightb loaded,
inc ludln I n
freight train, Mixed
train and exolisive


Car-mi les in transportation service


Freight empty,
including
freight train, mlued
train and


Pabsseonger train,
including
passenger
and mixed


JI ~ I~ -lknfl~Sl train, I _


119,06
998,565
5.237,7T1

671,t6
1, g0l,04?
411&,46
l, 829,32


1,5)6.099
58,l73




136,273




13,19?,116
62, .816


1,695,808
13,193,168

7,5 ,a
32,087
Ob.800
1,82706o
553,93"

1.629.896


816.339


2,413, .hu.
2,00,76


108,681
io, 6si


6,55721
1,023.1180
128,1100
1,226,298
3801805
12,16.72
29i,8528




108, 310
o*15.5o7
2.9 ,289
108,869

11,81,715
1,919,220
10,7668,?16
272,179
7.,25,611
150.8
5.69

6,0lP:'127
68916,1
1, 613, 516


1,853,426


865,285

1,660,698


588,176
9. 7 466
8.507


1.709,026
16:


17,109,111z6
':^
61:24,656

9,71l,1182
1,5 6,835
e85,878,191
5,0,43885




2,922,1137
,151,89
S0:509,:S0
985,312

ua,084,78
71.665,021
1 ,685,85o

215,137,9:2


28,782,021
178,098,915
15.263,625
H0,.605,.r11


113,1il.852

16.715,941


68g, 6.70;
J,: b023


13,935.888
2),83},8l4
50: iia


I,016,14
7,517,252
77%88216i8

21,848,317
,36. L)5357
23,218,145


162,909,190
3,533,856




1,674,897
?,216,.618
.? ,120,910
813,532

170.3)2.572

235,72,808
15.660,o61
128,736,7
231100671
1:,25,717

21,930,26b
9732. r )4:357

20,182,260



35,378,718
2 3,1180,t,70
4I1 241,216
31,114,972

41,771,101
2,86 ,266



171,475,89
5,139


223,187





75,2112.
2,1199,110
189,

818:000




1176, 139
1,321, 80
18 316,134
La.;01
0'6,0;`l

74,306,989
15 9 7.
69,281,175
767





10,620,961



11,903,3.8






i35.595

3, L 4,1,26
5,o 67A


S:ee also Ne England Region and Great Lakes Region for this esytem.
See also New England Region for Lhie system.
See also Central Western Region for this sister.
SBee also Cenlral Eastern Region for this system.
port for month of January: property acquired by San Diego A Arlnona hsteiU RY. Co.


Ton-milee
of
revenue
freight


Revenue
passenger-
miles


@S6,96, 7
780,17,301



91,253,269
194,5)S94518

150,073,752







1,706,11 l




7,'2F0;.790.51e
805,071,958









27 ,011,)011
62,74,577
64,. 6 6,0l2b
3,568,11,982
3"641.7.905
1105.1149.169



901,253,262


',006,12)

1.446,59,000
90:2587 711
23,081.983

279 .011046
11185:


2 3,96,
517.5Ep071
16, 371:.17
14, 7,0r69






956,261





"606,: 67
.4750.914
308, 5o,537
1,509,177

I16 :9,48
3-:9
30.,3
58,89,665
,5.95,671
49,785,719


1oo,186,613
387,06k,918
10,821,115
15,233,001

52,12:,



9,53D09
E904.525


See also New nJ d Re on and dreaL ea ReK on tar ?.) .s system,
See eo Hew I[ q d Pe lon for t e system.
Bee eo Centr&).Weatez'n Roi Son ?or 5h e system.
Bee .so CenLz 13 du;ta ReSIGn or tUlLe system.
R l S for month O lmuaX ; IS-"opor Teoq reA b 8anOtoKo&AJ uona Esa&erflR Co.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION _
BLUREAU OF STATISTICS 9
TABLE IV-SBUMMARY OF SELEcrED OPLRALINO SrATISTICS RELATUFNO 10 FREIGHT AND PASSF.NOER SERVICES OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STEAM RAILWLAYS. FOR rBE YtAR ENDLD DECEMBER S1, 1933 -Continmued

Trai-stles Oar-sls in transportation missvo
Fteght loaa *_ emt Pasn__e r tra, a-al Of Rm
Dartrgti. rgon end railway Fe j..Including Inoluting ianluding ra PoMNWe-e
lu including freight train, Mired freight train, LIzed pamn.gnr feiilt "es
a proporton a proportion train and eoluiv traln amd and aimed
Mof lxed of naied work eauiaat caboose train ________
111TUIN DIBTRIT0 oTlnsinuad
URAL RITl BIRh 5Z1O oCutioan
Beta Ve system: I/
AtohlSon, Topeka & sats& r.e y. o. ................ 1.,77.07, 1,5?613 0 370,066,08 'a,81,57,54I8 M1213,5, 6,49.,67 S,1&,4
PMa d tle & Suat a R Y. 00. ...................... 1.537.3081b 1,21766 39.7,29 57 5.352 T5:L35. 1,:,E .13i!,t
Boutt"ort Palfo Beytn: I/
Nonthw.atnr palcs o R.R. Go. .................... I1,569 1,077,7 3,684,B46 2,379,890 7,6.10779
sH Dego. &o. V ............ 9An on ste "', 55 O.9799 5, 206 9U
e thton "l:lo 53o. 1 2............................57 1
h Ift. a..62.. Mim6 .1* $0,402,
Toledo, Peoria a Tomte3 .R. 3......................... 12 W 3,472 6,1 .777 3.701,844 55,635 1L4.l 72 6.n;
ntion Pacifio Byites:
Lo> bagels Salt Isa R. R. 0o. .................. 1,712,707 1,349.569 48, 164 26,796,233 12,562,275 1,327,0f 65,,755
Oriegon ort Line 3. a. On ........................ 2,901.92 2124.906 72,7,14 46,111,757 1A,04,1 1,6
at. JoipA g Orand IsSld Ri. 0o.................... 566,996 1:3x4755 1,270,79 41.1,9, 199,192 i
Unn Pacifo R. R. O. ............................ 9,364.566 5,94:,3M 20, 2Nl.6615 549 67 4 E551
Utah Ry. 0O ......................................... .1,. 92 1,1l,79 1,829:913 80 ,21,I06 -
Imtorn P&lo R. 2............................. 1,771,793 752,2t8 61,521.728 31,836,039 5,452,842 1,132,5OL,024I 1i,s0,e014
SOUTHSTIRN RIODIO
-.ll ,gton-Rook 1eiu41 R. I. O. .................. 36,955 119,903 4, 5, 2,.6,.117 279?206o 9,, 0.00 W4:2
ort bath eatern y. 00 ........................ 2,37 18,03 2,:33,605 1,2 1,7149 33CM 36,180,37 lM511
voteo Linci:
lort Wort A Rio Orande By. ... 13237. 167,91 1,;00 1:30,566 621. 1.a 15,o ,i8 8 80a,m;
It. Loua-Be lrasoino By7. On ................... ....,,,66 5,201, "52, 6 710 ,233 925,5050
St. LourI, a r lraolsoo A Tes Kr. 0o. ........... ..228,788 152.25 3,157,792 ,17,2 266,549 5938,0 ,291 50,064
Ranges Oty southIers site:
launi Olty southern Ry. On. ....................... .1,196,49 559,506 33,666,465 21,78,1657 3,15,4 75.74,f92 9,V ,,91
T t rt Sith Ry. O...................... ... 9 22j 515 1 1 5 79
l ar.m &a Omt om A 00n................. 2 .....-.91,22 52,17 20 5,7,05 231252,1923e 1111
,Loilan 8 ,tas e On......................... 77,595 29011 1,109,368 10,147,72 1,88,038 3,621,77 5,27,20
Loenilias, Arkansam A Tema VS. On. ................... 256,77 9,322 2,675,790 1,:52,561 216,330 63.201,19 1K
NIdleaT allTey RR.R. 0o. ............................ 75 0,66 3,620781 2,616,7 131,206 83,615
uieion a North arkanisa Ky. On. ................... 260, 22,730 3,14,52 2,049,57 51116 70,765,127 .01
Rieionz-lansai-T la LineaI
lii,, i.lan. aa-Tex N o. o.................... .2,434,105 2,167,.06 69,491,646 119,4,8,655 13,906,196 1,257,1,319 ?7,578,15:
Mlioul-lKasea-Texai R. R. Go. of i ste .......... 1,712,512 2,079,257 3,022.266 21,336,137 13,599,020 5o,00 4 9,9,30
Elicoori Pacific yet:mm 51
eBanat, Smou Lake Ai ternty On.............. 212,31 352,000 5,56a,520 0,381,699 1,156,934 95. 893 3.1T,332
he Cie ea "e~e D. 0......................"..224,699'228,361
Zateratloual-reat Northern R. R. o ........... o.2,27,186 1,667,956 47,15, 90 31,080,955 10,89 7,586 927 A7'ji1H
teamou1 PauiLfio R. 0o......................... .. 12,205, 02 5,619,16 319,42,2 21,1,1,18 55, 9,6 6,0 70,96, 1
22226,8: 12036 8 1,60,914 ,
St. .,nie, iro"wlle A Mio Ky 0o ............... ..... 71., 26,1 153,1 2 ,4 19,46710 1 ,.6,2,
Be stsio,,a, e aRC, 3. Co................ ....... 22 14 .-- 5 1,,9,, 1.:, 35.2346 9,,1:0', 91,, *3 .i
.esm 01 tiMl o tBy .. ..................... 281,609 4,3,695 3.6 1L 1I. B76.001 9.,0
S7299 ". l 0................. 2,110,916 018,2 52.1576 32,291,869 9,8,9 1,216,78,437 26,3413,BB
National Dye, of Hauilow

1""hn a8oifl 10't- 6071
Tze. emn Dy. In.. .... .................... ,5,955 1.8,02 43,, 1,340961rr, '3, 27.14,9r 461
O8h. at O -A m-Atoha Ry. O. 0...................... 83,0 ...105,9 329 5,,20 ,588,. 21,_,1 1176.001 ,;'000.
Beats VIN Spit: j/
Gulf. Ocisrads Santa ye By. on. .................... 2,110,916 1"05224 52,195,783 32291,29 9,07,309 1,226,758.437 26,34,i004
Montters Pacific Syike:.
asLgn-utwmonM. 0o. .........................i595,9 60 ,2e4 42,226,696 27.1311, 35,68" '6U 41 6.wg
ft. Lose osathuietirmn Dy. Ga. of Terase...... 813,900 snk 1194,2129 to:,5582 U1016242 27,05,2T332
4.t. 7la Iotheeer 7 212
Terase & Ne Orilease R. K. on.................1 10105114.056,360,7,8, 7 6 ,1,9,4 1,5,8
lheist le8 B outhem R. R O..................... 1,819 13,66 991,914 794,18 20,6,,77 .
ag See lani nuthuifets, Region tor thie @sat.
Roeort for U sonthe eadid Deoibr 31; ieooseeor to San DIego & Aria6 Dy. 00.
Inolude louther Paul!o in stemhip Linea.
so aleo Norith weet&n Region for tIli eyet.
Bel, n Oeatral fatersn Region for tine "aeta
See ela C altrl *lecens egios toa thiS eiter.


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2 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
4150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE V-INIT RE% EINES UINIT CO'SI. AND IRELATII AVE'RAl,(JEL. B) IliTR,.. I, AID REGIONS, AND FOR [,ELECTED
CLASS I S1 LAM HRIL. YS R 11.l% 'ls.. FOR I IlL ILARIS IV"- 110' -0

Fre niT revenue Prei" n revenue Frelgn1 revenue Per cent nonrevenue
per per per of total
Dlietrinot. region and ra.LIf rreight groes ton-wile ./ loaded car-mile t/ revenue net ton-mile net Iton-mile
__________ 1933) 1932 1931 1930 1929 1933 192, 9101 19530 19?9 1933 1932 1 19710 1929 3 1932 1 1931 g O 1929
(Hills.i e (tuent) (caentat (Per oent)
Eastern disLtrict ................................... .. B .10 -j 4.52 24.9 2. 6.1 8. 1.02 1.06 1.6 Ing 1 4. 6.
N .eiand region........................................ i ) 3 1.07 1.03 1.72 1..1 -.97 1 1 t 6 .4-"
56 36 321.75 _1-0L_.
GreatJ. Ise region ......................... .3 6 27 .2 22.6 2. 3.2 3.8 2.5 1.00 1. 10 1.1 10 1 14 7:16
StrL Eastern region .......................... .. 3.95 4.49 1 2 7. 27 ".' 28 '.5 3 33 0 1.0 1. 02 10 1.0 0.17 6 .9 .7 .
................................ 46. .37 .3. 86 7 2.0.2.
So l .o :.............................. 3.6 3. .01. 4. '. 1.0 1.09 1.10 1.05 1.09 11. 11. 11.2 10.8 10.5
outheon tasR region ............................... 7 3.7 3.93 3.1 3. 23. 2. 2. 2 5.0 2.3 1 1.12 0 3 41. 1.1 6 .3
1.11: 241.7 1.3:2 1 .1 1. 1 .,
...... soO 1.1 1.9 I.I 1*:4.191
Centre wetern reon re.o.......................... o.36 3.I9 .7 5 3.90 4.00 .6 2.2 23.0 1 1. 1.10 1 .16 .1 .9 1.7 1.2 .5 11.4 11.5
Soutaewet en region ................................ .35 3.55 3.72 3.91 4.17 21.9 23. 4 2?5. 2 1.3 1.07 1.15 1.13 1.14 1.196 11. 6 10.1 1.9 .9 915.
11 disEtrtse .............................. .63 .72 3.7 4.05 4.22 23.2 2 .6 4 .6 25.5 '.4 1.00 1.05 1.05 1.06 1. 9.1 .6 8. .7
Alton ft. S. Cn. r/o... ............ .. .. .. 9 .43 3.53 3.61 3.70 22.3 22.7 22.9 3.1 22.7 1.07 1.10 1.00 1.o0 1.03 4.9 .6 4 .2 5.5 5.2
At5hison5 Topeka & Santa 1e R1. Co.1.1 9 L..0 8 .J 7.8 9.0.


(i.ncriudlo Pnhendle B A SataY .Co 3.64 3.57 3.51' 3.96 4.10 219.1 22.1 23.5 22..1 23.0 1.15 1.213 1.1.9 1.26 1.25 52.4 91.0 52.5 11.4 "1.9
AlntiCast reOl inf.o Co........................9.. 4 j :. 4 2 13.9 25 25 25. 1 .. 1. 2.
1-0I-2?. t .0 1.08 17,6 92 89.6 10., 19.7

e I.o SOo itr Ift ..................... 3.2 3 4 3 2.3 6.6 27.6 2,. 5. 9. 0 .9 599 .00 .9 7.0 .

Boston R. R.in ft. fV t ............ ...... 3.9 3.3 3.65 35.2 3.0 5 6.40 29.3 30.7 23.9 23 2. 2 1.55 1 .64 1.07 1.02 1.73 4.6 4.6 5. 2 4.9
Cnra of eorg~a Wft. Co..... 6 3.9 3.91 4.17 4.13 21.3 1.2 21.4 24.5 23.0 1.13 1.31 1.19 1.20 1.26 12. 0 11.6 12.5 1; 1.
d 9 '-:6 2 O0 7 37.6 ..2

hesa ,ke R& Rhoio cm. ........... ... .0 4 9 3.17 2..9 21.2 25.6 25.9 .7 2 .9 1 .6 .4 13. .
boar 8 Esen Iii.noi. y.......C.................... 3. 3.95 33 3. 3.9
Cent ago teorgti wy. C ....................... 36:60. 359 .6 .1. 1 ..7 2 1.7 22.2 2. 25.0 1.13 1.13 1.29 1.27 1.2 12.1 15.6 15.9 116 15.14

Chicago, uRlingt on Af QuNc.Jy f.PCo.......... ..3.33 3. 4 373 3 .7 7 3.0 20. 21.2 225 22.7 2.7 48 .39 1.0 99 I .- .9 15.0 15.g41.23. 1.6
Cheopa'Grle & Oso fy. Co. C ....................... 2.01 3.:02 3.11 3.25 3.2 1.3 1. 19.1 19.0 19.3 .92 .94: .90 .93 .92 6. 6. 5.5 5.6 5.
Chicago ndlansoltern Loul ille Ry. C ............... 3.5 3.8 .95 4.2? 4.3 23.6 25. 26.6 2. 28.4 .94 .93 .92 .95 .94 6.0 5.2 4.7 .6
Chicoa MA kees St. pal & PCo..fl .... Co..... 3.7 3.40 3.49 3.6o 3.791 21.5 21.6 21.7 22.7 22. .99 1.03 1.03 1.06 1.05 13.4 1 5.5 .0 14.3 13.
Ctrtelud ri.ngton & h Lno, R. R.sla f C ............ 3.46 3.54 3.79 3.79 4.00 21.5 21.7 23.7 24.1 24.5 1.04 1.10 1.12 1.13 1.15 7.3 6.5 7.4 9. 1 9.5
Chicao.e Set. Pesulern lnn CoA ah ......... ... 4.19 4.24 '.26 4.1 4 4.'6 25.2 25.2 24.9 26.7 26.1 1.14. 1.92 1.20 1.22 1.22 6.9 10. 5 9.5 5.5 7.9

Ciocaona, tiae. Oleas &i a Tease Pacifto Ro. Co. ... 3.43 3.35 3.45 3.:6 3.70 19.3 18.9 19.6 20.5 20.5 1.05 1.06 1.09 1.06 1.:6 3.5 4.7 6.0 5.5 6.1
Delawore i wM. Sae, St. u. orpo lon I'..... c ...... 4.1 4.25 .3 4.6 4.60 .79 26.3 27.0 27.7 2.5 22.0 .99 1.03 1.03 1.02 5.0 5.8 .9 4.1 .
,Jhicago. Rook Ilalnd 8 Pacific Ry, Co.


Delaw.are Lnanksnra Re Islant f. Rf. Co. .......... ...4.:0 4.54 4.24 4.97 5.05 25.3 26.7 27.6 2. 25.2 1.25 1.30 1.32 1.33 1.52 8.2 8.3 7.6 8.1 8
ChDnr So R aul e d e P. -.. ..............3.71 3.93 4.30 4.49 .5 22.4 23. 26.4 a.6 30.1 1.05 1.15 1.20 1.21 1.27 7.9 .2 8.0 7.6 9.
Duiluth, Hsabe & Nmor ATern 42. fto. 3/.............6.23 6.76 6.2 6.09 6.09 52.1 48.0 4196.5 9.6 49.7 1.0 6 1.30 1.02 1.03 1.03 .7 2.4 .8 .6 .5
Eliwan, e1 &Hu n E..ern p. Co. o ......... .......... 5.64 5.23 5.67 6.4 6.5 645.1 41.4 4.7 49.5 9 .7 1.27 1.?18 1.24 1.35 1.234 .9 5.0 5.4 4.9
(1aDelr ng. Cntawanl o A ErIen R. R. Co.) ............ 3.26 3.24 4. 1.7 :. 2. 20. 21.4 2.2.3 2 30 .9 1 3 1. 84 8. a 8. 1
"'::::::::::~~~9: 1S 0e 76 a. 8 1a 1.5 1.20 1.21 1.27 sa s 1. .
23 L', 9. '.5 2:.l ; 243 '4.'5 M "1 1.o2 .1:3 1.02 1.03 1.07 .7 ,.2 ~ .. .
Duluth M ,JonOa.'e ,ANothern Ry. --. / ...............63 6..2O 6,..9 2..'0 4E. :6 ,. '. 10 .0 10 .03 0, 6 .6
E1Ini Joliet A F~stern Rjy. CO ................... .6' 5.2 .67 6.48 6.~r 45.1 41.4 44.1 5o.1 49.7 1.27 1.18 1. 21& 1.3,5 1.3L& 5.5, 4.9 5.0 5.4 4.9
&-re R. R. O
(1" cl ud~tn Cz Aloe g o A, Erie R. R. Co.) ............ 3: E26 1:.2 4 20.1 1 .0 a0.3 L1 6 81 .97 .9 8 1. 297 .9" 9 ,"99 ., : 6.
Or.r. Trunktaeetem f. f. Co. ..................... .3.2 3., B 2.3 23.6 2. 5.5 26.5 1.17.17 1 1.22 1.2 7 4 9.2
3 r 3 45 2 .8 2 .6 24 5 5 2. 8 1 1 1 0W 1 .o 12 1 .. 1 .o 3 5 a:7 :
ret NlortLern By. Co. ............................. 3. 3.90 4.07 4.15 4.29 24.5 23.9 25.2 25.8 26.3 .97 1.06 1.03 .9 100 10.7 9.3 7 9.2
SRtallmyl njseng freight revenue In eoteas of $10.O00.000. For eadiltlonal related averag&ees, see the 'Comparatilve Statement of Operatring Avsragea.
BQorrseenue ton-miles InclJuded In divisor.
yNoaravqnue loaded oar-miles Included In cdiviaor.
j A--rges for 1931 based on combined returns of the Coalrego & Altlan R. 0o. and Alton R. R. Co.
SAverages based on return that. Include the Buffalo A Busquenanna R. R. Cornorstlon and Buffalo, Rochester & Pltmblhurgh Ry. Co., the ornpertLel or these oompanles hlwng been
leased to the BaltLmore & Qino R. R. Co.. effective January 1, 1932.
V/ Averes beeBed nn returns IstL include tae Hooking Valley Ry. Co., the property or tnle oompany havtng been acquired by the Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co., effective a 1l, 1930.
A. Averee for 1930 based on combined returns of the Delawyre A Hudson Co. and Delaware A Hudaon R. R. Corporation.
/ Aveages based on returns that Include the Duluth & Iron Range R. R. Co.. ice property of toe company hating been leased to the D.luth, Mleabe A iorLthern Py. Co., effeo-
ti-v Jmuary 1%, 1930.




















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU 'OF STATISTICh

TABLE V-1 NIT Ii il.i.l..< 'NIF j'uz1S \.Nh KI.L.\ITLI \%I AGI., BY DIIRI."Tl ,\1Mi RI',IONS. AND FOR SELECTED
I..\ 1L.\M O I LLWAIA OR '[ I. MS luS 1U I L I-S i033 1020 -C.,.L,...i.I .1 '


DistrtoL, ragicr. and railwia.


Gulf. Colorado & SantS rFe RF. Co................
TlllnoLe Central R. Rt. Co.
(Inoluding Yazoo A Missisippi Valley R. R. Co.)
Internattonal-Grest Northern R. N. Co. ...........
Imsag City Southern By. Co.
(Ineluding Texarukana A Ft. BSmith By. Co.) ......
Lehigh Valley R. R. Co. .........................
Long Island R. R. Co............................
Los Angelaes A Salt Lake R. R. Co.................
LouTisville Na lUlle R. R. Co. ................
Milne Central R. R. Co. ..........................
Minneepolel & St. Louis R. R. Co. ................
Mlnneaopolls. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Uarie Iy. Co.
NULsourl-Karmaa-Tenae R. R. Co.
(IOnludlng Ulaeourl-Kannes-Texas R. R. 0o. of
Ti I ...... .. .............................
Mlisour- Pacliflo R. R. Co........................
Noblle A Ohio R. R. Co. ..........................
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis R ...........
New York Central R. R. Co.
(lnaluding Boston & Albany R. R. Co.)5/.........
New York. Chloigo & St. Louie R. R. Co...........
aNe York, New floven & Hartford R. R. Co..........
orfolk & Wesltern Ry. Co. .......................
Northern Peclflo RB. Co.........................
Oregon bort Line R. R. Co ......................
Oregon-Waebhington R. R. & Navigation Co. .........
Pennsylvanla System/ ...... ....... ...
Pere Uarquette Rf. Co ................. ......
Pittsburgh A lake Erle R. R. Co..................
Ruding Co. ....................................
t. Louie-Ben Pranoeico Pf. Co. .................
St. Louis SouLbweetern Ry. Co ....
(Inoluding St. Loule S uthwlestern Ry. Co. of
T xzas) ........................................
Seaboard Air Line fy. Co ........................
Southern Ry. Co.................................
Southern Pacific Co..................... ......
Texas & New Orleane R. R. Co....................
Texa A Pacific Ry. Co..........................
union Psoific R, R. Co. ........................
Virginilan Ry. Co. ...............................
Woahsh Ry. Co. ...................................
Western Mylland RIy. Co. .......................
Ifetern Paclflo R. Rt. Co. ........................
Wheeling & Lake Erie Rf. Co. .....................


Freight revenue
per
freight groan ton-mle jf


Freight revenue
per
loaded car-alle 3/


Frelht revenue
per
revenue net ton-ille


Per cent, nonr'eysmu
of total
nit to'-alli


-v~v r 19E9 11 1 fl-.. r 90 1 10x1Y 1 0959 1 r 1 1~ In- I I- '. I .... .l ..co 1 *nn Igg-it ..-. .. I-------------


3.51
3.26
3.53



14.23
21.42

3.52
5.87


3:50

2.93
3.15
3.72
3.29
52.9
3.23
3.0o
4.02
4.66
3. '9
3.69
5.83
2:13
.9 7
3.52

3.67
3-70



3.25
2.70


3.90
2.45


3.87
3.22
3.71


21.3I1
4.21:
3.62
6.22
U213



3.73
3.08
3.19
3.78
3.40


4:3
4.26

3.96
5.37
5.08
3. ?76

3.74
Z.80
?.147

3.59
3.45


Z.29
.11
2.99
4.98


iii; in;


%m1]lls)
3.91
3.26
3.99

.81
:.44
21. 38
4.'2
3. '95

6.08


4:26

3.(5
3.19
3.7
3.04
3.53

!6.4

4.1g
5.22
:24
5.73
5.20
3.98





..1?
3.90




3.1

3.16
3.97
3.08
2.10


3.84





-.67
21.61

9
6.26
& .06
4.43


4.24
3.3

4.08
3.75


6:o9
2:230


5.60
6.39
5.39
4.30


4:20
4.19
4.14

^4
3.19
3.55


4.01




4.08
4.81
23.48

3.78
6.51
4,f0
4.52


1..22
3.68
3 .75
4.45
3.9,
M3.53




7.32
4.59

.95




b.72




3.50
3.4

3.-59

I:634


21.9
21.9
22.7

22.2
259.6


N24
3159.


24.1


20.9
18.I3
18.1
20.4

20.5
11.9
316:
26.5
-21.
24.6
26.5


^14

21.9

21.4
21.6
21.9
20.7
20.1
20.2
16.h
36.3


16.3
36.9


24.2
21.5
22.8



158.5
23.9
25.1

34.0
214.6
23.7


22.4
19.1
18.4
20.7
21.1
17.8

23.8
25.6

?.3
25.6
3 7


21.7
22.1

21.6
21.3
21.4
16.7
3b.8

18.7
36.0
15.7
37.3


(Cents)

21,..
21.9
26.5


24.2
27.2
.1:9

25.14


23.7


23.4
25.7




20.2
19.7
21.6
21.7
18.7
I,:'


25.7
30.5

h7.0
38.1

24.7

23.4

211.2
24.5
23.0
18.0
37.3

3N.
17.7
37.3


24.4 25.3
22.2 22.4
25.2 26.7


29.3
152.8
27.3
25.8

34.1
24.6


06.1
21.3
20.1
22.9
23.2
19.b
37.0
27.5
24.8

27.5
32.1
27.0
28.
51.2
39.2
26.-

22.6
24.6
24.1
25.7
26.1
22.b
18.7
35.9
20.0
19.5
39.0


24.0
28.6
154.4


314.4

9.I

25.5
22.3
21.3

214.0
24.O




24.2
20.1
39.8
27.6
15.5





27.9
32. 3





29.8
52.6
39.2
27.0

24.14

26.7
26.8
24.5
19.1
41.1

20.7
31:o
40.0


o.9

.9
1:14

.98
1.11
5.91
1.27
.82
1.66
1.09
1.13



.R9

1.22

.94
.91
1:19
1.13
1.-1
1.332

.95
1.08
1.11
1.10

1.16
1.18
1.08
1.10
1.0N
1:*10
1.00
.66
1.05
.853
.855
.96


1.01
i:s&



1.00



i:I
1.19


1.22
1.01
.92
1.25
.98
.96

1.26

1.27

1.35
.93
1.05


1.16

1.27
1.59
1l33
1.27
1.19
.67

1.08
.:%6
.95
1.02


0.7lte)
0.97 0.96


:96

.99
1.11
5.92
1.35
.56





1.22
.97
.95
1.24



.66
1.65
1.25


.95
1.12
1 .o6
1.16
1.19



1.31
1.19
1.17
1.07
.6s

.99
.52
.98
1.03


5959
1.:3


.55

i:0;
1.12


1.26
.96
.94
1.24
1.01
.97
1.88
.67
1.20
1.18
1.41
.995
1.15
1.15
1.187
1.25

1.15

1.33
1:.5
1. 37
1.32
1.11
65

1.00
.82
.98
1.03


0.9
.93
1.:39

1.23
1.15
6.14

1.11
.a6










1.04


1-17
1. is
1.40
.:B
1.19
1.19
1.20
1.30


1.9
1.17
1.15




Ii:!




1:05


6.2
11.1
85.5

5.9

10.3
7.0
S.1
13. 6
9.6


6.'
13:.
10.t
9.0

11.4
5.7
8.7



a7
3.8
15.3





3.7
17.5

5.8
20.2
15.4
10.2
8.8

il
3.2
6.3
5.2
5. R
3.6


(Par oant)
1.6 4.7 8.1 0.6
10.6 11.5 U.0 10.9
8-9 6.9 5.2 10.2

'. 4. O 1.0 l,2

2.1 1.3 1:0o


4.7 4.14 4. 6 4.5
13.1 12 12:6 11
9.7 7N 8.0 7.1


6.6
13.1
10.0
9.4
11.6
s.6

16.6

8.1


3.8
14.2

5.7

10.8
9.3
7.5


6.P
4.9
6.3
3.9


6.7
10.5
12.1
8.9
10.4

.:4
1:2
15.9


9.0
6.6
1.7
3.9
9.3

4.7

9.3
6.e

:It
3.5
6.0
4.8
10:1


6.,
11.2
10.5
8.7
10.1
5.2
8.4
114.2
s.14
9.2
1:1

i.e
3.5
10.6

6.8
114.1
114.2
11.2
8.0



5.9
5.7
9.3
3J.4


Sallieye having freight retinue in exceii of 10.000,000. For Rn.litiittl related ver.ages, see the 'Conparative statement of Operating Averiges.
lonrevonue ton-agloi Included lo divisor.
Nonrieonuo loaded cart-miles Included In divisor.
Averages for 1932 and 1933 based on ombined return. of the Missorri -KeIsua-TeoaB B. 9. Co.; Misounri-Ianeas-Texai R. R. Co. of TelaM; mnd Beaver, inda A Inglewood f. R. CO.
Average. baried on returns that Inolude Miobligan Central R. R. Co.; Clev.eland, Cinclnn.t, Chicago a St. Louis Ry. lo.. Cinconnail Northern R. R. Co.; and Eslns'lls, Inlanapolle & TorrelaueRy. Co.
ihe properties of these oopaniei having been leaned to the He ork Ceentral R. R. Co., effective February 1, 1930, and tie Mlter A Delawsre R. R. Co., the property of this company having been .-
qIFisd by the Pew York Central Rf. Co.. effective February 1, 1932.
f/ Inou des% Pennsylvania R. R. Co.; leet Jersey A Ss.shore R. R. Co. (freo Jan. 1, 1929 to June 24, 19331; P.ennsylvan a S St Il O R o. -" Reoelsn Connecting R. A. Co P lad lp & Bleant ao f. ftR.
On.; Ohio Rvler & Western By. Co.; Mnd Waynesburg A We hington R. R. CO., except that 1932 end 1933 omit returns ror toe Ohio River 1 letern y. Co., hicht was abandoned.


34


i --" -- ---. 2 It


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUIREAUJ OF .TATISTI(C.

TABLE V-uNIr REVENCS. UNIT CoirTS ,I'i:t RLLArFD .A\LIUAGE,, BI DISaTRICTS ANDr REGIONS. AND FOR SELECTED
CLTSS I STEAM 1A0 l IAN-3 ON STEMSM. FOR 1HE YE ;RS 1XiS- lu2l --C,,L .., J.V


Dietri ot, region and ralauy


Eastern distrlot .. ....... ......... .......
Hew England region ..... ...... .... ..
Great Lakee region ..............e.... .
CenTral Eastern region .....................
Southern district ........... ...............
PocBhonotas region ... ... .. ............
Southern region .... .. .............
eestem district ..... .. ........... .....
Ioxrrrh etemrn region ...........................
Central eetern region.................. .
Southwestern region .........................
All distriote ............................
Alton R. R. Co. 3/ ..... ... ........ ......
Aoh ion, Topeka Santa Fs R. Go.
(Innluding Psuhandle & Santa Fe Riy, Co.) ......
Atliantie oast Line R. R. O ................
Baltimore Ohio R R. 0o. ........... ...
Beesemer & Lake Erie R. R. o. .......... .....
Boeton A eatus R. ................. .........
Central of Georgia Ry. Go....................
Cantrl R. R. Go. of ew Jere ..................
Chesapeake S Ohio Rfy. Co. 5/ ...............
Chloao & uastern 11lnols f. Co..............
Chicago A North Eastern Ry. Oo...................
bChicago, Burlington & Quinoy R. R. o .. ......
Chloago OGreat stern R. R. C o................
Ohiago, lanlapolis & Loul11v e R. Co ......
Cbicego, ilw-auke-eot. Paul & Paotifin R. R. o...
Choice, Rook Island A Pacific ly. 00o.
(lnnludiog ChOinago, Rook Ilmian OAulf Ry. 00Co.).
Ohlcago, St. Paul, Minneapolis a Omaba Rty. Co....
Cincinnati, aow Orleans & Texas Parifio IV. Co. ..
Delaware A Hudson R. R. Corporation j ..........
Delaware, TLaohaanna & leten R. R. Co. ........
Dneer A Rio Grande Weetern R. R. 0o............
Duluth, Ilelebe & Northern Ry. go. VJ ............
l1in, Joliet A Eastern By. Co .. ..............
r a R. R. Co.
(Including Chloago A Zile R. R. Co.) ...........
OGrand Trunk seetern F. R. O o....................
great Northern Ry. Co. ..........................


Net ton-llea per slie or road


Average haul revenue freight


freight expense


Freight expenses
per
freight gross ton-mlle RI


Rno freight UWEgB. fuel, Rupp1ie
amd englMhoume expenseoe
per freight train-mile


-....--.- ..--- I--,- I Ioafc 1 r 19n2 1ii 1t 929 1I-n933 1 19 1 1931 1r 0 I 9 I 9 l I 3 3 I 931 I 19! 12 1


4 1933 1 VI'd-- .?: ..I-- ---- -- r-


1 &a. v5,


9& Ib


. A6f sal


t1.lo5t-i7


161.8


1K5l.1
158.11 11.Q


lr.. 1


2."a


2.55


1.07


4.-9


1.29


0.96


0.99


I11Do2Llr1
1.12


1.20


*.w w .-J .- --o--163.6 1U6f = 2 ,tt-. --- -i-- O.0 -r -- -rX
7 ,.3.b... .. ... ... "M 4.. .. 1.b03 br .t 1.
77-iK 756227 17", "' iy.9e 1.29,09 1}.0 1g7. 12.? 119.1 il.5 s a "" '.6 .9 1.07 1.17 .
22,2,509,.40u ).172.593 3,792,17 163.6 167. 5 25.6 111.53 7:9 2.71 326 3.- 3.:19 9 1.02 1.17 1.25 1
1.,2755. 1 7 6 51 I 0 b5229,11122 "2 9,22 .7 204.U ". 5 222 .6 2.0 2.25 2 .
"75,9 21b 6E
757,72 70679 9 1172, 75 1, i.96 20 .7 205.3 195.3 193.5 19. 2. .70 2.5 2.1 2

63P. 777 595.79 d 84.W"9 1.0Z2.596 '1..19.992 21K '1 J-. Z .5 2 26. Z.L .29 2. 90 '? F .65 a .7h 79 .82 .9" 1.ol _1
11 775 31 0. 23. 195.2 .
26211 1 7g 1 1,13970 1, }26,176 28.2 1. 27 2 2.0 i .2 2.1 22 21 2 2.6
Mo0,16 57;.857 797.256 996.795 1,112,713 225:5 215.5 206.5 212.6 213.9 2.28 2..6 2.7 2:57 2.7 66 .6 .: 1.89
1,035,707 96,772 1,276,861 1,58,u165 1.851,620 199.9 202.2 1911.0 186.0 15.3 2.36 2.55 2.75 2.83 2.92 .8 .87 .98 1.05 1
1111.970 15. 159,6 2.2 1,27.16 2.7562 .871


923},557
646,489
6116,1s9
3111,995








61,352
721 060
99499






22',556
2,9a,283!







1,557,049
611,7352
2,904;723


1,4Q9,168
1L,587,490
2,7R7,0a
i :


945,773
669,072
1,71,
1:866 77:
868,48
1116 871
2,237,419
4,956,676
1,107,623

686 69z
953,553
1,08;6929
62. C25
609, 78

62>>,028

2, .5,206
5e2, 616
27:2,68
1,355,530
2,676,770
ILb.O 8


1,321,989
N: 921

21,321,110

,69;547
;.067.



697,192
1.9579,6


786,.190
697,4


'1, F6,535
ggWl

1.981,575



2,292,749
3,298,710
3.213.9


1,662,,796
1,084,08


1,275,96



1,778,:1476
895,012
1.2 :l3
:9lf874
1964,912
966',z96

1,036,.05
4,16:012
;82z6.032
3,60 6,1 20

507,1O
3,178,"29
3,241,651

1;,79" r72o
1:04A 6


1,872,478
1,26,1417
637,09

21944, 3357
di88,866
,081,755
7.124;968
2,223,718
1,051,641
1, 351,911
I, 541L.969
,]7702l|


1,222,838
5,002:.22
1958 O48
879,679
41,131,028
5.963,375

1,224,;,


N19.9
8g:6
.0
9oo.:

139.8
181 4.
711. 6


169. e
2726
F7i.6
279.2

276.1
163.9
222,3
119.6

7.4

49.4
211.9
Wo.5


14 8.1

197.6
97.7
1L39.2
.2


174.4
e71.5



263.5
151.5


ear. 8

67.1
52.5
221.0


159.6

17:1
152.0
106.4
133.2
558.1
71.1
284.7
171.4

UN
155.7
272.2
196


230.5
29.5

121.4
149.8
209.
70.4
44.3
206.4L
147.]
272.3


2.25


3.36
3.39

2.58
j: b


2.58

2:00
1.82
2.97
2.25

2.42
2.73
1,75
1:71.
3.11

4.74
2,11


2.114



5.76




3Z5
3.65
2


2.76
2.28
2.01




2.44
2:.

3:81


5.24
2.2
,2:2


2.78


2.511
11.22
3.31
3.83
2:84
4.22
1.71
3.11

2.91


2:|1
2. '6

J:03


5:,


5.28

2.5


.71

:66
1:20
1.13
.62
1.58
.91
.72
.80
.7S
.92


Railway having freight revenue in noies of 110,00,O00. For additional related averages, Me the *3owparative statement of Operating Averahee.e
Nonrevenuem ton-miles included in divisor.
Aver ges for 1931 baeod on combineMd returns of the Ohioago & Alton R. N. Co. and llton R. H. Co.
Svreges based on ret rU b that inalude the Buffalo & BuequehInna R. R. Corporatlon and Buffalo, oohbetet & Pittsburgh By. Go., the properties of theme ompanlie having been
leased to the Baltimore A Ohio R. II. Oo.. effective Jenuery 1, 1932.
5/ Average based on returns that include the Hooking Valley Ry. Co., the property of this compemy having been acquired by the Chesapeake Ohio y. Do., Effeotive may 1, 1930.
5/Avegrage for 1930 based on obmied returned of the Dela are A Hudson Co. nd Delaware & Hudson R. R. 0orporatton.
Aer tm e Sed on rtu-rn that Inoluda the Duluth & Iron R age R. R. Co., the property of this ompeany having been lesed to the Duluth, Mineabe A Northbrn Hy. o., effeotive
Juary 10, 19}0.


..... ....... I .. .


I-


I -





Pr.ight sXpaneas Road freilbgt Saes, fael, nupplLes
District, retion, aad railway Net ton-wles or" aile of road Averge haul revenue freight per and englndfouse expenses
freight gross ion-mile s per f eagt twains-ila
195J193! 123L 191 l3 lI 93 lq-2 1 Wql q~ lq,%] 19- l32 19 '11113 l I q~ 1931 1929 _33_.
____________$ neO J is -m- i i(gi~l-rel [I Xtir ar- j -Sr7 m [ mi i MM io

Oulf, O. lrBdo A Santa Fe RBy. Co. ................ 624,583 668,482 882,02 1,190,718 1,363,1546 234.5 212.0 -0.9 226.2 236.3 2.60 2.60 2.69 2.48 2.56 0.6k 0.6 0.80 0.89 0.92
Illinois certral R.R. Co.
(iol,, T..oo. &Ult..l.pi VB.11.,e R. R. G 1,o 1,192,50 145,307 1,6.7 2.297,8 23. 26. 22:. 246. 2. :18 2.44 5.40 2.:5 :.' 76 84 .0
interotional-Oreat Northern P. H. Co. ........... 0:2"01 511.90 1,053,145 7479,431 877,91b 17.. 1 .1 168.5 180.9 175.3 2.14 2.b0 2.60 3.02 3.09 .:70 1:082 :93 .9B
tanMas City Southbern By. Oo.
LlliclhJi Tagley kma A C t. Smith y. Co.) ....... 918,705 93,136 : 3 l.93,6,5769 2,050,031 210.8 204.1 20).5 2;6.4 227.5 2.1 2.7 2.50 2. 2.64 .80 .77 87
L.igh Valley R. n. On ..... ..................... ,182,779 2,1 36 2, ?8,66 3 4,236.575 ,r177,919 182.9 113.4 176.7 1 "2.2 23171.5 .
Long Isiland .R. 0. o. ............................ 241,417 284,050 391,259 4;6,027 4N 10 2. 32.5 1._ 2: E.
I so 6 A 62 la 10 R 1 206 2 2: 2 2:1
Los Angeles A BHait Lake RL o. ................ 722,3 725,510 825,85 992,96 1,152 280.2 277. 250. 221 2.3 79 296 97 105 1 9
277.3 2J"'.96 .g97 t.o5 1
toulerllle & Nashville R. O .................. 1,337,830 1,201,765 1,610,851 2,092,91 2,413,08 222.1 223.0 217.4 212.2 212.2 2.34 2.57 2.75 2.81 2.88 .72 .72 .79 .81 .
ne enti o........ .................. 674,573 441.558 583,785 7.08 754,417 11. 116.s 115.5 112.6 112.6 3.61 4.02 4.09 4.28 .60 1.02 1.06 1.12 1.15
Minesoolle 8t. Loul B. B. o.................. )50 40,561 549,138 612,451 7513 15 17 179.6 178.8 168.1 177.0 3.09 3.35 3.17 3.22 3.15 .82 .80 82 .89 .9
Minneapolis, St. Paul A BMai. Ste. Mari By. Co. 394,959 360,160 473,:311 675,105 815,400 212.1 218.3 207.5 210.4 202.8 2.91 3.31 3.17 5. 5 .0 .8i .B1 .94 1.05 1.09
Misgourl-teBaeB-T'Ias R. iR. Co.
(Tnoluding lieasOurl-Emman-Teoas R. R. Co. of
Tea) .................................... .:...51.,5 569, 703,618 916,030 1,119,049 256.9 247.1 237.8 250.0 266.6 2.12 2.21 2.35 2.43 2.56 .65 69 B1.0
Moi..eo fI OC o......................... 619,0 10,10 148 1,30,90 1, 481,827 271.2 256.6 245.1 249.3 24.9 2.00 2.11 2.15 .28 2.55 :5
oble Oo R. O........................... 6,28 ,7 82,059 1,160,059 1,41,225 286.5 300.3 265.2 253.2 27.9 2.47 2.69 2.90 2.82 2.78
WsehvIlIe, Cblrtanooga A St. Louis By. ........... 706,789 615,256 822,539 1,040,255 1,152,735 196.7 189.7 187.5 169.9 173.9 2.97 3.08 3.22 3.24 3.19 .73 .72 .79 .81 .81
New York oeniral B. H. 0o.
ITncl,.aing Boalon A Albany R. R. 0o.) ...... 1,810,005 1,736,320 2,163,488 2,665,261 3,145,292 226.8 229.1 218.2 202.9 181.0 2. 2.61 2.90 3.21 .88 .92 1.01 1.13 1.17
New Tork, ,ler St. Louis R. R. C ............ 1,882,815 1,701,226 2,118,413 2,652,902 ,178,478 217.3 222.7 211.4 207.2 206.1 1.9 2.16 2.29 2. 7 2.40 .76 .77 .88 .89 91
R tor, e aen & Hartford R. R o.......... 1,045,392 1,04,225 2,595 1.573,590 1,824,27 10.7 129.6 11.4 111.1 12.2 4.00 4.21 .27 4. 1.08 1.12 1.21 1. 1.29
Norfolk l Wesera Ry. Co ........................ 4,423,701 5,798,271 41 ',:8; 6,213,50:3 7,,468588 276.7 :282.3 277.8 276.2 280.2 1.60 1.70 1.36 1:7 1:7 ..91 .99 1.09 1.11 1.15
Northern Paific Ry. Co. ......................... 533,645 461,7b6 604,929 803,761 977,735 286.3 268.4 273.0 275.4 281.8 2.62 3.03 3.00 2.89 2.80 .99 1.01 1.09 1.1? 1.16
Oregon Snorl Line R. R. 0o. ...................... 585,508 546,990 759,410 945,388 1,080,812 224.4 221.4 254.4 253.5 257.2 2.22 2.32 2.54 2.59 2.65 .98 .96 1.02 1.07 1.10
Oregon-%tfaln.-ton R. Niavlgation Oo ......... 4,48k9 322,071 484, i 599,558 710,224 260.3 258.2 250.8 220.6 211.0 3.45 3.73 3.94 3.97 3.93 1.2-0 1.18 1.36 1.:45 1.51
Perneaslvantl 2yet By / ............................ 2,48,212 2,294.105 3009,448 3,2655.2 ,1&59,u65 235.3 212.4 227.7 214.2 210.6 2.22 2.42 2.84 2.97 3.08 .99 1.04 1.19 1.27 1.-29
Petr 7 m.e R.1 O ....................... 94,08 79,808 957,251 121,911 179,57 182.9 177.6 171.8 166.6 169.8 2.81 3.07 1 3.42 .42 .73 .7 .1 .7
Piiburrh ae L f rlIe 0.0R. Co. ...................,70,28 6,,10,690 9,24o,51 1io88,426 66.9 74.2 67.4 61.8 62.4 4.26 16.21 4.47 16.65 39 1 1.8 1.50 1.0 1.968
Beadi .n On......................................... 712,40 2, 88,6 3>2,620 392,785 4, 734,469 99.3 102.9 12. 104.2 105.6 2.98 3.40 3-.95 4.15 1.12 1.3 1.8 1: 1
i. Laouln- ta Pracisoo By. o. .................. 571,369 558,709 707,996 842,536 970,038 225.3 225.8 215.0 192.4 1994.6 2.56 2.63 2.55 2.70 2.94 .69 .73 .64 .96 .94
St LOUse Southwestern By. 00o.
l.oluding St. Louis Boluthwstern By. Oo. of
Tes) ...................................... 16553 5 77079 62,84 889,079 961028 274.1 25.4 245. 261.8 269.8 2.26 2.79 2.5 2.65 3.0 6 .65 .67 .79 .86 9
ebou d Airl ........................ .6787 567,250 6 28 2 201. 19.5 l18.4 181.4 192.7 2.:5 2.8 2.90 2.95 2.96 .68 .0
t o ................................. ,542 659,5 90596 ,0,.66 1,20, 19. 199. 9.4 185.7 187.5. 2.9 .05 2.98 3.10 .61 .
Southern Paolfio o.............................. 677,959 676,589 881,103 1,101,235 1,3C9,635 333.7 327.9 287.3 267.8 260.1 2.41 2.52 2.77 2.87 3.03 1.08 1.10 1.25 1.33 1.36
Texs & law Orleans R. R. Co. .................... 469,275 438,002 643,438 786,426 927,535 249.3 233.9 226.2 227.0 232.8 2.65 3.00 3.02 3.07 3.18 .58 .6A .81 .864 .84
reTs & Paelfto Ry. Co. .......................... 757,260 69, 58 1,053,281 1,399, 365 1,599119 207.7 198.6 196.9 239.7 237.9 1.90 2.12 2.21 2.23 2.69 .70 .72 .83 .90 .92
Union PsClfIc R. R. o............................ 1,397,943 1,345.674 1,772,620 2,135,293 2,367466 394.8 395.3 387.0 40 .2 419.6 1.57 1.61 1.81 1.8 1.99 .83 .6 .7 .
,igian By. o. ............................... 3163,946 2,999,782 3,48,46 ,505,362 5,253,582 226.1 226.9 238.6 237.6 237.1 1.68 1.82 1.79 1.77 1.72 1.19 1.25 1. 1.1 1.55
babs By. o.................................... 1,226.,034 1,19,192 1,656,387 2,075,126 2,419,932 238.5 23 252.5 244.7 248.7 2.26 2.5 2.58 2.8 2.59 .73 .79 .87 .90 .88
Melar Maryland ty. 00o ......................... 1,601,48 1,490,7 1 1911.858 2,22321 2 258 121.9 12. 121.7 124.; 115.2 2.5 2. 2. 2 .63 .98 1. 1 1.21
stern Paifie 0. 0. O......................... 93,690 a871,800 1,075,956 1,335,3 1.96,458 410.8 ,380.0 368.3 371.9 395.1 2.13 2.27 2.1 2 2.38 2.65 .98 1.02 1.1 .1 15
WhIseling & Lake Erie By. Oo. ..................... 2,014,777 1,534,500 2,055,606 2,815,160 3,642,835 99.5 96.4 89.4 92.2 91.5 3.69 3.86 4.145 4.05 4.00 .87 .80 9 1.00 1
SRailsays havting freight revenue In ozoes of 510,000,000. For addlilonal related averages, see the COompaezative Stateent of Operating Avrages.'
onreavenue inn-Ltlea Incoludnd ln divlior.
Averages for 1932 and 1933 based on combined returns of the M1seourl-I&-mas-Teoas R. R. go.; leesourlt-Knsan-Teaza B. R. Co. of Texas; and B avr, Meda E noglewood R. R. Co.
SAvorses based on returns that Inolude the MichIlgan Central R. R. Oo.; Cloveludw Oloiinnall, Ohilogo & st. Louis By. Oo.; CinOolinati northern R. R. Oo.; and iwanvlle, IndLanapolis A Terre Haute Ry. Co., the propertites
of these oonpanies having been leasead to the New ork Oentral R. Co., effeolive ebruary 1, 1930, and the Ulster A Delaware R. R. Oo., the property of hLs company anaving been acquired by te New Tori Oentral R. R.
Co.. effeotlve Fbruary 1, 1932.
5/ Include Pennsylvania R. R. o.; fest Jerse.y & Seashore R. Co. (from Jan. 1, 1929 to June 24, 1933); Pennsyllvania A Atlantlo R. go.; Rosslyn Conneoting R. R. Co.; Philadelphia A Beaoh Haven R. R. Co.; Ohio Riwer A
Western By. Co.; and Waynesburg A lashlngton R. R. 0o., exoept that 1932 and 1933 omlt returns for the Ohio River a Eetern RBy. Co.. whilob was bandonad.


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STA LSTICS 1'
TABLE V-UNIT RE E LNI'E UN'Ir ,'OISS AM. REL'l.I. A.VEUGE.. E \ ld IIhliT1 .\AM REGIONS ANF, FOE SELECTED
CI.., AN, 1 TlE.M I RAIL.A I '-R 11 .MI L.TL3 'iR THE ILARS Ijj3 I,.'2 -Coni.nued A/



















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU O'F STAT]IMir

TABLE V-1; NI RE :'Li S I NIT i,,i \jj RiLTTE0 \\FR.AIU-" I II lRIfTS, AND RrIinAN AND FOR Li.Li(_TFn
i LASS I -[L. \0I R.ill. \ ; OR % LM-. rki ll Y ,1,ARS jl i C.Ro r,1ru3,l '


Ditri ot, region and railway


Road freight wages, fuel, isupplies
ann engiolnesOu expenses
per frelighbT grl ton-nile 21


[..


Freight loocIOtiVe repair
Ilzoluding depreoltion iand retirement j
per freight iloontlve--ILe
.n.. i-1 I 14l-I I 190o loon


Freight seitobing expenses
per
revenue ton carriLed


rreigh-tirain oar repairs
Including depreLiation and
reatiremente) per car-wile


1 Oflr, .... -run- -,rr-? 0Xaw t tror- I .....~ I ~itr- t -urn--- r -vuaw-


_________________________ 14.31 1- AV' VW2M M91L +93 i 4i i~' 1-2-- 1- 1 -- ~~ '- ~~- LC 4 4J.


Zamiorn distrtot ...................................
Be England region ................................
Oreat Lakes region..............................
Central Eetoern region .............. .........
Southern district ..................................
Pocahontane region .....................
SouthernT region .......................
weeter diatriot ...................................
or theewftrn reg on ........... .. .......
Oittrl W: tr, rerlon.....................
Boutweeptein region ..............................
11 dietril t ................................
tion R. R. O / ..................................
itochson. Topeka A BSant TF Ry. Oo.
(Including Panhandle & Santa ie By. O.)..........
Atlantic Const Line R. R. o ................ .
Baltimere A Ohbe R. B e. o..
a~tBr I OoR I.o. y .....................
Becsemer A Latre R.li B o.....................
Boeton A MalSine R. R. ................................
Ocntral of Georgia By. O. ......................
OCen rial R. R. On. of Sew Jersey....................
hesIpeUae & Ohio By. Qo. 5/................. .
Ohbloago & lUetern Illinoli RBy. o ..................
Ohilago A orth lWe ter ByR. On. .....................
Ohi ago, Burlington & Quinny R. R. ...............
Ohiogo oGeInta Wete R. R. O. ..................
Ohibago, indianapolis & LoutlllleB Ry. O. .........
ninego, Milwutkee. St. Paul Palifs R Oo.

Ohicago, Reck Island & P iflo RBy. Oo.
(IncludIng Ohloago, Rook Iland A Gulf By. On.) ..
Ohicago St. a mu, Ninneaoi A OM RTBy. Oo ......
OlnclnnaLti, im Orleane & Texas Paniflo By. 0o. .....
Delaware A Hudson R. R. Oorporatln /.........
DIIlaU, LaerkOm S letn R. R. O. ............
DvITor A Ri Orad. Western R. R. Oo............
Guluth, Mieabh Borthern By. O. .. ........
Ilgim Joliet & Zeetern By. Go. .....................
hie R. R. On.
(Inoliuding Ooego R..R.e R. 00.1) ..............
Grad Trunk eeten R. O ......................
OTeat Northern ByRT. Oo. ..............................


0.4S9


Mal
.1h16
.75r
50"
- tog


0 M256I)
0.wi5 O.161


e
0.5* 0.595 21.5 21.1 L2 ;.2


.581 .579
.u81 ,96


C,.,


21.2
19.1h
21.5


22.1
19. B
3 1-it


.J}ti .74*0 .1 )DU }*.U e.!0
.60 .559 .567 18.5 19.3
_.17 t.76 .602 18.2 18.2


22.8

21.0
22.8
22.0


6.8


it .


(entsJ


ill1


478


(Canto)
t ial;


117


I 15


7. _rr1-4--4-~4 .I2 i Z 1 4-4-- ~ +-4-+
27.2 LW.,


26:9
26.9


24.0

21.6


27.3
27J.


.9. 11)09
16,7 .70 .75 :i 1 l
LS.6 16 ,6 15 R5 11 .79 1.07 1.: I.
14.4 li. 14.4 14.1 I .6-5 ,70 .*U .91 1,07


21.1 15.7 17.7 1s.O 16.9 16.8 .70 .78 ,92 1.03 1.17
2.0 177 M n ia 1 K- l1_n I177 .6 .61 .7- .87 .92Q


--0 .5 1.0 --- 1.05--


: 1,F 6 I 1, .o 2. 16.9 .
:.5UL = 1.0 o 19., 19.0 .5S
.55 19.- 17.B 21.7 2).7 27. 1 ., 16.8 1 .6 16.5 17.0


.519
.4JU
.608
.461









.363
:12







.571
:25










59


.51"
:511



.550
.625

:371
526


.70 .5 1:01 1.05
.61 .77 .8 .7
.51 .59 .61


.281 .5.5 .|43 .560 .578 02.? 20.0 23.5 2 5.6 26.7 15.1 16.9 17.2 16.5 16.1 .66 | .69 ~ .5j 1.00 1.1l


.533
.441
63

:611
elu

.768
.269
.550


25
.4783




873

:.a8
l:2093
.694&


.A39


.571
.178
.598

.770

.585
.900
.29
.510
. 5914
.509
.568










.697
613
-M


.579
.487
.592
.571
.511.
.788

.60}
:.a4
.3441
.513
.626
:2 18
.642
589




.781
.1166





.711
.&497
.601
65,


12.5
19.0
15.6
21.0


17.1
21.0
23.0
13.3
15.4
19.6
28.3
If,. 1
14.j

19.9
15.0
29.5
310
R1.3
27.0
48.9

12.8


18.1
19.8


14.4
22.2
16.7

26. 0


.:1
20.6
19.5
14.8
1.
IN.0
15.5

17.5
17-5
17.7
1).j

26.8
72.1
11.1

214.j
15.9
23.2


- ____ I ____ I ____ I ____ I ____ I ____ I


16.1

P5.5
18.9

2i.2
14.4
2 :2
111.7
?8.2
22.0
1.14
It .I

21:5
16.1

21.9
21.5
113-3


28.1
77.3
16.4

26.3
18.9
26.2


20.1
26.5
19.3

25.6
12.9

29.0
21.6
21.1
114.9
314.6
18.9

21.2
21.8
40.8


12 1

20:1


26.7


18.7
19.9
21.1
14.9
2.7
15.7
16.9

15.8
17.7
17.0
19.1
11.6
23.0

21.5
18.8
10.3
10.6
21.3
16
U.2
12.2
13.6
25.
16.7


19.6


1:
16.5

1,:1
9.1
17.2
20.6
19.3
19.9
11.6
24.6

21.8
19.8.
R6
11.6

11:.O
13.0
14.1
14.7
26.2
24.1


19.1
19.0
.900

11:I


10.9
A.I
20.j
19.2
19.6
20.1
11.1
24.4

20.4
20.4
12.9

10.4

5.3
15.2
15.6
25.9


17.9
19.8
21. 4
16.0

1?:3
17.9

9.5
19.2
17.5
19.a
20.2
10.8
23.4

21.0
129:
i. .

10.5
22.2


14.1
16.6
2'.0
16.1


.51

.72

2. 39
55
.76.
.56


.71
.61
.24
:.8
.148





1.00
1:.

2.33

1.00
-53


L ____ I ____ I ____ I ____ i~ ____ I ____ I ___ 1 ____ 1 ____ 1 ____ 1 _____ 1 _____


SRailways having freight revenue In xcoess of $10.00,000. For additiona related avTerge, *ee the 0O araielfe StetnIt of Operatlng Averages.0
onrevenuM to-iles lo Inluded tn divisor.
Averagee for 1931 based on coabined returns of the Ohiageo A Lioe R. R. 0o. Ma Alton R.R. On.
J AvrTges based on returns that Include the Butffalo A iqubhAnaui R. R. Corporation and Buffalo, Rooheier & pltsbulrgh By. O., the propertle of Thue cooupanies having been leaned to the
Salti ore A Ohio R. R. O., effective January 1. 1932.
Average based on returned that Include the Hooking valley By. On., the property of this anIUF haivnK been aoquired by the Ohesmpke & Ohio By. Oo., effective May 1, 19)0.
Averagnmei for 1930 based on oebtoned returns of the Delaware & BdiOn On. and IDIwaI H udson B. R Corporation.
A average based on return that inolude ths valuth & Iron RBuge R. R. Oo., The property of thsl oompany having bens lIesd to the 111uth1, IshbS A Nortrhern Ry. Oo.. *ffeUtiv JesIsrj 10, 19l0.


13.*


2 8


r. 1C,


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS 34
TABLE V--Nir REVENUES. UNIT COSTS. AND RELATED AVERAGES, B% DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CI.ASS I 8TEAU RAILfAYB OR SYSIEMB. FOR TIE YEARS 1933- 1929 -ContiDuedj/

Road freigBt wagee. fuel, supplies Froeiht looomotive reaisn FreigBht switching Wpenses rseit-lra in oar repeal
DLrL, regon nd raly aend englnehouse axpnsea (Exoludlrg depreoL&ation and retire- per (I (oludng epreolation and
rtc ron rly per freight roses ton-mile / meni) per freibhi locomoLlve-mile revenue ton carried re.Tenaie per a r-oall.
1_ Z ___1 X 99_ 1 | 1 | 19 30" 1929 1933 1i 1 1 19"1 1910 -1929 1 B93- 19392 r r MBp0 n F rIrm
lu fnnLop (Cnsn I I [ enr0 I


uAi.. Colorado A Santae F Ry. Co. .................
Illinois Centrl R. R. Co.
(IntorIludiag aoo 5 Niesisappi Valley R. R. Co.).
InteTiilonal-.Gra t northern R. B. Co.............
Kansas City Southern Sy. 0o.
(Inoluding Temuarka, A Ft. Smllh Ry. Co.) .......
Lehig Valley R. R. Oo ...........................
Laon Islaad R. R. Co. ............................
Los Angeles BSalt Lake R. R. Co. .................
LouivIlle Nashvillel R. R. 0Co. .................
Maine Central R. R. Co. ...................
MUnemapolis 5 S ... Louis R. H. Co.................
Molneepolls, St. Paul1 Sault Ste. ar-e Ny. Co...
uNiseourl-Kanaae-Texas R. R. Co.
(IncludingKlsBeourl-Kanse-Temes R. R. Co. of
Taxe s) 2f ....................................
UIesouri- Pacific R. R. Co ........................
Mobile A Ohio R. R. Co. ..........................
ufashvle., Chatianooga a St Louis Ry. ............
New York Cen-tl R. R. Co. A/
(Inoluding Boston A Alban R. R. Co.)...........
New York, ChOico A St. ILuis R. R. Oo. ..........
Rew York, New Haven & Hartford R. R. Co...........
Nortolk A western Sg. Co .........................
Northern Psoaflo By. Co..........................
OreZon Short Line R. R. Go. ......................
Or-gon-vWashnlton N. R. Na vgation o. .......
Pernsylvanla system ...........................
Pee Harquette Ir. Go.......................
itt burgh A Lae Erie R. R. Co. ..................
Realing 00o. .............*.................-
St. Loul -San FrnmioLfoo 00. Co....................
8t. Loul Soutwiastern Hg. C o..
(lnoluding St. Louis Southweetern R. Co. of
Teas) .......................................
8seaboard Air Line Hy. Co........................
southern Hy. Co. .....................-.....
Southern Pacific Cc. ..............................
Texas A HeT Orleans R. R. Co.. ................
Texas & PaiLflo y. Co ...........................
Ltlon PaoifiO fl. R. Co. ...... ........... .......
Tirniso Ry. Co. ...............................
Wabash Hy. Co. ...................................
Weteorn Marylas By. (o ..........................
Western Pacific 3... Co.........................
Whaling 6 Lake Erie Hg. 00. .....................


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NDonrveUe tan-aLO mlece inIten diviner.
Averages for 19 amd 1933 bamea em ecbned returns or the N-ALLo.1 Waeocrd..Kcaaaaecaa 3j.00. of e@ an Detnver. Heads A jeuTocd LLo go.
ATv er a e ., eed rets t ..t t o als the _.g-in Gen .m-l R. mo .evelan.,,ea. o Gu e C.l- e o. 3. e a Uvast. b.O aop-l Me e S. to ..
5 i Pep ort Wiftes esqaLce heedng been eased teshe Eo !oi Genitee ILLGO. oflsetiv February 3., 19301 esm the Diter A bolastre 3.L go., Whe urso Of thisoeeo1 boLe r
IV the I5ev CoS Omral 3.3. Gos., effective February 1 92
V/ Tmlasl-e e-Nsy-lvwme 3.3. 00.1 Weet Jersey A seehare 3.1. 00. (fre Jan. 1. 1929 to June 24,. 1933)1 PennayLvaaa A Atlentie 3.L. 0e.; S0eslyn @Onnetlg L3. Io. PbiloaliPht A bmash Naves 3.36.69.3
alNo River A Wester 11y. Go. I nd Nwaymeeug A Vashiegun m ft.3. mmo.~ecpt that 1932 eat 1933 cAtS returns for the 0e Inver & lectern IV. Go.. Sa mom e=441o6.


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE V-'NIT RE%.LNL'I UNII r:SrS AN t, RELA]l' VLltA61-b. BY lISTRI'] AND lIEGIONS. AND FOR BELECTEI"
CL.\%S I -I \M RAILjI.YS OR S. irFMS. FOR TU- UA.S l'Ri IA' --C.i iiouu.d 1t


District, region ana r&ll-ny


laie rn dleotri tg ..................... ..... ......
i England region ............................
real Linreglon ................................
OCntral laniter region ..........................
Southern distrlot ...................................
Poahontai region .................................
Southern region ............ ...................
leetern dl *iot .......... ........ ....... .. ....
1ortbhee mn region ..............................
Central fgtiern rogton ........................
Southwestern region ........... ...................
ILL dletrlote ................................
A iton R. R. On. V ..................................
Atohison Topeka A Sainta P By. Co.
(InOl;hing Paihndle A S.nt re Ry. Co.) ..........
tlaunti OOant Line R. R. Co......................
Baltimanre & Ohio B. R. Co. / .......................
Bisomer A Lake ie B. B. D............... .......
Boiton A Maine B. B. ................................
Central of 0Gorgia Hy. Co .........................
Central R. R. 0o. of low Jerney ....................
Cheinapae Ohio By. Co. V .......................
Oblonago A atern Tllinoiel y. Co. .................
Chloago A North Waterar Ry. go. ...................
Chioeago, DBurlLnglon A Quincy R. Co ..............
Oaloago great lweten R. R. Co. ....................
Chicagoa, Indlanapolie A Louleville Ry. Co. ..........
Chiogo, milwauk ee, St. Pul a Pacific R. R. Co. ....
Chiago, Rook Iland & Pacific RBy. Co.
(Inoludiog Cbhoago Rook ILand A Gulf By. Co.) ...
Chiogno. Bt. Paul, inneapolil Omaha Rty. Co.......
Oinoinnati, lw Orleans A Teaas Pacific Ry. Co .....
D slawars A udion R. R. oTporation/ ..............
Delaware, Lackawanna a Loera R. RC o. ...........
Detnr A RIn Orande Western R. R. Co ...............
Duluth, Mleabe A Northern Ry. Co. j/ ...............
Ign. Jolliet A Elatern Ry. Co. .....................
n-i. R. R. On.
(Including Chineago A Erie R. R. Co.) ..............
rad Tun losetern R. R. Co. ......................
Great Northeorn Ry. Co .............................


+.J 4.18
3.98 1.65
3.04 3.90


expenees per
ton oairide


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44r9 l.
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i.-3 2.757I


2 '1
2.90
2.27


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.... ..-.WTi qaqlq 1 14 I I


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6.61 5.65 4.99 q 26


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10.9
11.2
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expenses per
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22.9


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7.99 8.91 7.02 6.ii 5.6: Go.5 6.'S 6,.g Gp.1 5.6 7. 2 5.0 22.2 2 23 2 7 29:
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9.87
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2.67
7.97
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10.92
5.21
5.33

6.41
3.30
5.91
2.311

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1.95
6.93


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11.90
4.72
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4.12
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3.77


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a Railways spring freight rTevenue In ecee of 810,000 000. for additional relied average, ee the Oom1ratiTve Statement of Operating AvergKes.'
Averg : for 1931 baled on combined return. of the OGioago & Alton R. R. Co. Lad Alton R. R. Oo.
A verug baed on returned lit lnaolude the Buffalo & tusqohanna R. R. Corporation and Buffalo, BaRochbeter A Pittburgh Ry. Co., The properties of thee coapaunes having been leased to the Baltioanre
1 Ohio R. R. Co., effeotive Jamary 1, 1932.
4 Aveoee bamd o uiae that Include the Booking Valleyi, Co., the property of thin company have been acqulred by the Ob epeake A Ohio By. o., effective May 1, 1930.
E A.rage for 1930 bsed on oobind ret.urn. of the Delaware A Hudon Co. and Delaware Hudson R. R. Corporate on.
ver/ Aege beod on retunna thai Inolude the Duluth A Iron Range F. R. Co.. the property of this ocpany having been leaned to the Duluth, ML8ab & Northerbn I. Oo., ffteotiveT Janumary 10, 1930.


-1


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS 349-
TABLE V-UNIT REVErNULE. UNIT (tOSlT. AND KELArEP AVKkAGES. B1 DIISTRICTS AND REGIONS AND FOR SELECrEDD
CLASb I STEAM, RAIL,'AfS OR StITIMS, FOR TH. .EAS 1933- lI -Cutloued .1/
F-reight traffic Ratio of arltoltng to oor-epo 1 maring
expenaam pars o r-oad Iran, a~msnenne *elmev~ea iaemnontal ln~ntener '~o
D.strto,. region a5d railway ton oersr* s reigO t Pper.nar eanslI
Centonm (Pnrqnuz ( parent |l(Oentes]
Gulf, Oolora & Suanta re 8. Co. .................... 7.13 7.09 5.70 4.09 3.73 33.5 33.5 34.7 33.0 32.6 5.0 6.8 6.8 7.0 6.9 26.1 27.4 30.4 31.9 33.5
Illinoli Central r. 3. Co.
(Includinag Yeoo A M lis mippi Valley 3. R. Co.).. 3.30 4.90 4.76 4.22 24 45.7 48.4 49.5 50.7 10.8 10.4 1l~o 10.4 10. : 23 .5 35.5 U.7 *19
Tnternatlonsl-Great Northern R. R. o ............. 3.36 5.90 5.30 4, 3 0.0 45.9 44. 53. 5.1 5.0 3.8 : ".: .3 22.2 25.1 M.7 M.9
Kanimau City BoutLhern Ry. Co.
(inoludlng Toakeia f t. Smith P,. Co.) ........ 9: 8. 7:.3 6.7i 6 .6 5 579 6.2 591 4 588 .8 2.0 1.2 1.7 2.0 26.6 25.6 2 .1 .o
Le5g Vale ,,.0 1 51
lehg TV.1ly H. R. Co. ............................. 5 .4 8 52.7 .9.9 17.8 4 122 113 11.1 23.1 2. 2 21,
Long Isan.9 3
SI Co ................ .15 1.19 1.23 1.o 9 9-4 83-0 80.4 77.9 90.0 4.5 4 4 46 29.9 .2 .6
Loe ogele &. Salt Lake R. R. Co................ 5.43 5.9 6.2g 4.65 3.65 19.2 18.2 20.9 22.5 25.2 2.9 : 4.1 4.1 4.0 22.9 2 .9 .0
Lo tlal HAhille R. H. .. ....................2 .0 4. 3.32 2.95 51.2 5.1 5 53.0 4. 5 6 57 4 21.9 25 .
Lole luetAl R. R. C ............................ 06 3.00 2.77 1.63 1.69 22.0 207 22.3 21.9 29.2 .8 7..
inn apoit, St. Louli R. R. o.......................40 9.2 .12 6.59 5.80 37.9 3. 8.6 7.2 5.4 4.2 N3.1 3 31. .2 .
linneapoli. S, t. Paul A sault Ste. Marle By. Co. 1.23 7.51 5.93 4.37 3.44 35.8 36.6 0 5.0 .4 55 8 :3 24 25 : .5
Hineouri-Kanlae-Tlexam R. R. 00Co.
(Including tlummouri-Kanoma-TYass H. R. Co. of
s ) / ............... ................. 10.80 8.97 7.02 6.0 49.1 50.7 52.0 51.5 50.5 7.9 7.6 7.5 6.6 5.7 22.0 19. 21.9 .7
bUimou-t l& o R. i. 3. Co. ........................ .06 7.6 6.57 5. 7 5. 38.3 40.1 4.5 4. 4. 1 3.5 3.7 3.9 3.0 2.5: 22.8 21.8 24.1 l .
obile & Ohio R. B. on.............................. 1.35 17.97 15.25 11.63 9.43 3.3 39.4 44.4 4.7 44.9 3.4 2.7 2.5 2.3 2. 23.0 4.5 25.9 .4 27.5
H0abhtlleo, ChatAnooga A St. LoulS fy. .............. 11.49 13.46 11.63 9.13 6.30 55.3 55.7 58.8 57.4 55.2 9.1 12.9 12.2 9.7 8.6 23.5 24.0 26.1 35.5 15.1
New York Central R. R. On. 29/
,Inoludlng Boston a Alba R. R. Co.)............. 4.1k 5.01 4.7 .8 2.77 7 12 75.1 73.0 75.7 13.3 11.6 13.4 13.2 12.9 20.3 20.8 23.9 25. 6.1
w Tor, Chicago t. Loa o............. 6.76 .53 7.26 .7 4.1 464 47.7 52.9 56.2 59. 11.0 9.4 9.0 9.4 .2 22.3 27.2 3. 29.6 2.
new YorkN HaEnT A Hartord R. R. Co.............2.63 2.92 2.70 2.41 2.19 65.7 70.3 70.1 67.8 67.25.7 5.7 5.3 7.5 5.1 41.9 41.1 42.7 44.} 47
Norfolk etn B. C. .......................... .1 3.72 3.2 2.50 1.95 37.1 3.1 6.3 34.4 32.7 14.2 13.5 13.0 12.2 11. 31.6 :1.9 3.9 3. 3.
Northern Paflo Co............................. 6.5 .25 6.86 5. 4.49 45.2 46.4 46.3 4.5 45.1 6. 6 7. 7.3 29.7 30. 5 33.0 33.2 3.3
Oregon Short Line 3. R. Co. ........................ 2.6 3.85 ?.9 3.16 2.8 30.4 036 10.7 10.0 9.4 0.
Oreon-Nalin.ton R. 3. & Navigtton Co. ........... .10 10.06 7.8 IN .55 Z.0, ': 5 5.6 1 6.: 1: ,. 2..3 206 47.8 32.2
Pennylvanila Syet- 2...............................3.17 4.07 3.63 3.10 2.;5 7:2 66.1 70:1 ?1.2 71.2 13.5 14.4 I6.0 13.7 13.2 25.1 2. 29. .7
Pe, Mrquette -lR R. It... ......................5. 5.9 5.5 .47 333 50. 5.6 59.3 59.9 60.1 10.5 10.7 9.5 :8.5 8.6 30.5 33.
Ptttmburgh La re 3.. .3. Co.....................1.15 i.50 13 .27 9 1. 1 68: 201.1 11.8 11.9 IN 1.3 7 C1 51. .
,.,, o. .............................. ......... 1.9 16 14 681.2 a. :71.9 11.7 10.9 10.8 10.3 1. 155. 5
St. Lotie-Sun ranotno ly. Co..................... 5.62 6.57 5.43 3.98 3.60 39.9 41.1 .1 46.7 44,1 5.3 5.1 5.4 5.2 5.6 26.1 26.8 24.8 27.6 27.6
St. Looule Boutbweetern Rfy. Do. .....................
(1noludn1 g St. Louli Southwestmrn f. Co. of
Tee ).!....................................... 15.86 20.70 16.49 15.27 14.73 29.7 29.5 31.4 29.1 29.1 9.6 13.9 11.1 10.2 11.6 28.9 33.4 32.5 3V.0 40.7
,seaboard Air Line o........................... 11.17 13.01 .6 9.4 93 37.3 37 3. 40.1 40.9 .6 5.0 50 5.1 5.2 22.1 23.7 24.5 4. 25.0
southern y. Co............................... 4.80 5.95 541 4.79 4.4 46.2 46.3 1 7.1 47.2 6. 9 7.9 7.6 .0 .1 21.2 23.1 25.3 25.7 27.
31:1 ;.:1 1:8 ,1. 7, aq. '5: j 2.8,.
Southern Paifilo Oo................................ 7.79 .54 6.74 5.33 4.0 33. 330 34. 33.7 33 7.7 7.3 7.3 .6 7.6 24.7 25.4 26.6 27.5 28.
Txas A Nw Orlean R. R. Co. ........................ .22 10.01 7.67 5.47 54.3 1.9 52.7 51.4 49.2 .4 7.6 7. 7.0 21.7 22.6 23.7 26.1 26.5
Tre a P fo o............................ .55 7.60 5.44 14.63 43.5 39 3 3.5 35.9 5- 6.9 6.9 7.8 8.0 23.9 22.9 24. 26.7 2.4
Onion Pan Lo R. R. Co ................... ....... 66 5-17 4.55 4.06 4.07 3.9 34.6 .2 :7 32:9 .3 70 6.3 5.9 5.7 1.7 20.4 21.1 22.2
TYlirln n 00y. Co.................................. 2.19 2.25 1.98 1.51 1.25 2.2 23.5 2 2 2.4 2.1 1.9 1.7 1.5 40.5 33. 33.4 31.3 32.1
,ab.h RAy. Co. ..................................... 9.34 10.48 10.39 7.36 6.05 50.9 .4. 60.3 5 52.8 53 5.6 6.4 6.2 6.7 24. 25.1 26.2 27.0 2.3
toern Maryland y. Co............................ 3.17 4.07 3.70 3.13 2.65 32.7 34.1 32.9 31 34.3 3.8 4.2 3.5 3.5 4.4 51.2 56.2 57.0 70.0 58.
Ne.lrni Paolflo R. R. Co. .......................... 17.19 17.35 1.i4 12.22 11.45 23.5 23.2 24.0 22.4 21.7 .6 1.1 .: .9 .9 24.8 23.2 2 4.9 2.4 24.4
WheoUng Lake ErI Rfy. Co. ........................ 3.05 4.26 3.42 2.74 12.26 72.1 6.8 7.1 53.5 34.2 4.4 2.6 .6 29.2 3.5 52.4 50.7 5314 40.2 44.1

j Railweyn having freight oreeug In EaxeoM of 110.000,000. For additional related average, meB the *Oomprative Statement of Operating Avergsa.-
A vragee for 1932 and 1933 kaOd on oobined zretune of the MI lourl-LanBLa-TeXAB R. R. 00o.; Mleeouzl-Ianema-Tezne R. R. Co. of Texan; and Beaver, goade Englewood R. A. Co.
vT vangs bsnd on return@ that Inolude the lohlMjin Oentral R. R Co.; ClOeveld, Oinoinnati, Chloago St. oLaulm Ry. Co.; Olninnati Northern R. R. Co.; and Evansvle1. Zndlianapoliu A Terre
Bnto Ry. Co., the proprtim of te oto paieo having been loeaed to the low Tork Central R. R. 0o., offeotive February 1, 1930, and the Ulter & Dela aro R. R. go., the property of this
onpany having been moquired by the le ToIr OCentral R. R. Co., effentlve February 1, 1932.
_/ Tnoludea Pennylvaniaml R. R. o.; Oeat Jarm a Samshor BI. R. Co. (from Jan. 1, 1929 to June 24, 1933); Pennaylvania & A tlantio R. R. Co.; Roelyns Onneoting R. R. o.; Phtilladelphla A Bash
Haven R R. Co.; Ohio River & Neotemn Ry. Oo.; and Waynetburg A Washlngton R. R. Oo., except that 1932 uand 1933 omit return for the Ohio River A Nestern Rfy. Co., wblob eia abandoned.


















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
S15 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE V-1I1't RLVLNtL:i. U1IT CjOSTS. AND R.LATLD .\\ EAGCI -. BS [-ilHRICTS AND RLGIONS. AND FOR SELECTED
'L.\aSS I IEAM. RAILTAYS OR SSITlM1 FhIR IHE Yr.ARS I13 -12a -Con0r.uic ii

Pasege.snnetri..erg Joe .....a.......ce een e a...~..-a..


District, region and railway


astern district ..................................
na &Fglod region .............................
Great LIkss ragton .............................
Goentral eastern region .........................
Southern district ................................
Pouahonta region ..............................
Southern region ..............................
Western district ..................................
Worth-astern eglon ....................
Oentral Weitem regon ........................
0outhvestarn region ................"............
All ditrlots ..............................
lton R. R. Co. 2/ ................................
AtohImn, Topeka A SBanta e y. 0o.
(Inoludlnt Panhandle a Santa ie By. 0o.) ........
AtlaMtit Oust line R. R. Go. ....................
Baltiore A Ohio R. R.o, ....................
Nemsmer 8 LsXka ets R. R 0. ...................
Boaotn A UIn. R. R. .............................
Central of Georgia Ry. Go. .......................
Osntrol R. R. Co. of New Jerey ...................
Che:apeake A Ohio By. Go. ......... .......
Oblohgo A Eastern Illinollr. Oo.................
OCioago a Nortoh Wstern By. Oo. ...................
Chiago Burlington A Quinoy R. R. Oo. ............
hicago Great westear R. o ...................
Chicgo, Indianipolis A Loulnville Ry. Co ........
OHiago, ill~oUtee, It. Paul & Paifio P. R. Co. .
Ohliego, Rook Island A Paifio Ry. Co.
(Iloludlng Cbhiogo Rook Island a Gulf Ry. 0o.)
Oinago, St. PIl, inueapollt A Calah By. O. ....
Olaoinnati, 1pN Orlaans & Tra Pfaolflio Ry. 0o....
Delaare A Hudeon R. 3. Oorporation 5/ ............
Delawre, LackawFnna A Weetern R. R. Go...........
Ieaur A Rio UGrande Wstern R Oo ............
Duluth, Miesaba A Northera By. OC. V ............
glm. Joliet & western By. Go. ...................
Iris R. R. Co.
(Including Ct iago A ri R. o.) ............
Brand Trunk Western N. R On. .....................
Great Northern By. Oo. ...........................


P&Boengr ,aor.ii tara
revenue per pueogor
t~rstf n&p-nllo


Averaf a joui-noy
per
nasenger


O|mitatioan


Other than Comitation


train car-mirletntO- r l r


l2 A


21.3
23.5
1. C


PI _


S.e T Ijj st. I 230 en" o


2 .
24.8


1i.5 .I i
1 1.9 15.3
11. :9 25 _


................... Ity Lvev 1 %T .-A 1911 1911 1 1 I tQt 1 1 1 1 11


1,-k


47-1


-,006 28.06


28.77


30.



n.5j
26.:;
119..a


73.32


1-IK


1 nt


I1.T7 1:2 .9 13 3.o OL gg 3:; :rd B I-
1.0 1 1.02 2.6 j 3:04 3:3.4 1.50
1.03 1.04 1.08 1.09 2.57 2.53 3.17 3.40 3.TO
1.0 .9 1.00 1.02 2.1 24 i
1.27 1.21 .29 13k l ~ 9 L3 ..9. 4.


1310 3.:2
. 70 2.96


3.35
X.ol


1.1 1.1 I-f 1.9 I H'FI HO v.0


3-16 1I.I* 1.199 1Z. P E.D .06 1.4
.100 2.05 2.37 2.62 2.9 .96
1. 2 .23 2.9 2.83 3.06 3.15


P11 S


W.l 4 >.7 I3- gS:1 2B.05i Pa.-t ;..
NJ. 2. 3.0 3.7 3.0 3Z17.1 3 40
2:; 32:18 36:7 1.6. 2.33 2.5 5 .8
,a a 0 7 0 n LhtA If 1Q-4.2 47.07 47.83


19. 23 2. .8 76 69.05 116:1
22.0 26.7 44.15 17.22 45.03 C 6.i3
109.7 2.0 27.2 66.U1 62.58 67.67 70.47I


1r.S 19.8 M -Z. _2 9 55. 71 9174 71.0g 3.:9
1 .2 20: 23.9 2.1. j 124: 6 0 1.33
..M 12.5 1.7 2.6 ?i.i 1&.5 132.02 13
13., 7L 1 6 18-11


14 35.1411 36.71 35.11 1,,.iil 1102t t 12.351 1 ____
19.1 120.ot 23.5 27.0 31.5 37.1 1.06 *.uy 4 1.10 2.70 ja 3.39
____ ___ ~ ___ ~ in' .-- --
125.75 120.314 .51 2.147 2.73 3.03


24.0
14.7
13.7
16.3
11.2
28.0
13.II

j:1
18.1
15.14
1I"O


15.8

21.2
;4:3
9.0


20.5
14.8
14.9


34.6
2-8.8
26.4
19.4
43.8
22.1

3,10
29.1
29.7
26.0
27.6

21:7

27.3
37.7
26.6




27.7
214.9
27.5


158.27
419.16
164.23





140.28





129.15
163.6
1:43.33






21.17


30.62
210:
98.95
1065.3578
35.2




46.28
129.18
163.62
43.33
21.1


30.62L
21.88
98.98
215.35


130. 1
367.12
189.60
1125
19.54
66.32
20. 0
al.:'
90.47






122.92
130.-95

38.21
21.61!
246.8
75.110


014.92
38.21


20.48
7!i.93
194.219


130.47





.66
82.51
2o.594
30.94
14.96



44.87
128.99
122.16

38.46
21.07


27.12
21.17
109. 49
201.68


125.78


14.99
21.03
69.46
17.26
1,.2

:1076.,
21.53
160.78
11.08
73.92

48.26
117.81
124.26
37.40
21.562
:15


21.65
1160.11
172.32


120.31



21.35

66.78
17.22



57.01
75.13
34.14
51.92
128.56
102.0
76.89

51.26
104.97
130.
36.83
22,3

41.87
58.01
21.85
126.59
161.67


.81
1.13
1.66
1.08
1.36
1.36


KIN
1.05

1.20
1.00



1.214

1.58

1.00
2.00



1.05
i:i6
1.64


2.47
2.56
2.20







326
3.35

3.16
2.60
2.76
2.6
2.50








2.40
2.25
2.6




2.23
2.610


2.73




3.16
2oq
2.8

3.510



2.57

3."
2.96
3.13
3,116
3.06
2.


3.00
3.00
3.10


2.50


3.07


3-49



3.16
l:9






3.0
3:9

3.2



3.94
3.13
1.:1


31:3
3."
3.32




3.114
3.06
3.07


_tir


1 in I t


Railwayslll having freight Irevana In exeml of $10,000,000. Tor additional related average@, see the lOMpqrative Statement of Operating &Averafgam
KaraS for 1931 1ama1d an aebinad returns of the Chiogso A Altolo R. R. O. an d Alton R. R. Go. o
Averages based o rutur m that Inolude the Buffalo A Stsquhasnna R. R. Corporation and Buffalo, Rochester A Pittsburgh fly. Go., the properties of them. Ocomnies having bean leased to the Baltimore A Ohlo
n. R. Co.. effective Jamuay 1, 1932.
a Avageo b as on returns that Inolude the Hookking Vally By. Oo., the property of this opany having been acquired by .h Che aypeake & OBhio Ry. O., affoetiv ay 1. 1930.
Aversg for 1930 based s onamblnd retur of the Delawarse Hudmon Co. and Delawara A Hudson R. R. Corporation. ..
Average e ratus that inclde tha uh A Iron Range R. L Co., the property of this ompay having baao lamaed to the Culuth, Hissas A Northern By. no, effatiwa a 10, 19.


raseemor revenue per pansegies--ll@


1.1l1 a.U!


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STAri1TICS
TABLE V-LNIT RL\ LrE- Enli i'T'iI \%ND RLLAIL[ i. LRI\GL!L BY [11TRICM %\ND REOTnONS, AND 'FOR ELECTED
CLASS I .1.\.l RAILW',YS 'iR 1. NFLM.. F[OR [1HE 1-. IRS 1133 Jh2, --Cl.,tn.td 1,

Passenger servloe train Average Journeyo Passenger m evnue per paasenrlls.Mi
revenue per passenger per
iletriot. region and railway traio oar-ail passenger Comutatlon Other than eaoitatlon
I__ _____ 15 1951 | f 1950 | a P9 |E 1952 [ J3 1910 |1.93 9"1 ff f2 1 0 IQ 12 29L9- DBEL
(Cente) (Mlles) (Cent.) (aenti)
Gulf, Colorado & BSanta F By. Co. ................. 12.1 15.5 16.1 20.5 25.5 129.89 128.25 116.89 112.05 102.83 2.00 1.97 2.65 2.90 2.99
Illnois Central R. R. Co.
(Inaluding Yazoo a Mlssissippi Valley R. R. Co.) 17.9 17.1 20.1 214.0 27.5 18.37 19.4; 19.42 20.09 21.52 1.28 1.30 1.30 1.32 1.314 1.87 2.fl 2.51 1.: 1 cfl
Internattopal-Oreat Northern R. R. Co. ............. 10.9 1?.7 16.} 19.1 25.6 141.9 142,.4 159.10 11.1.2 133.79 2.17 2. 2.829 6
Kansas City Southern By. Co.
(Inoludian Texarkuana Ft. Smith RHy. Co.) ....... 12.8 15.5 14.8 17.1 23.2 103.52 114,15 105.20 101.65 95.33 1.86 1.82 2.9 2.7 2.91
Lenish Valley R. Co. ........................... 16.2 17.7 21.0 24.6 28.4 115.02 105.68 98.1 88.73 853.17 .94 1.37 1.4 1.46 1.46 2.22 2.47 2.92 1.01 .04
Long Ialand R. R. Co. .............................. 4.1 q45. 7. 5'1. 54.5 16.1 16.23 16.08 16.00 15.92 .94 .91 .90 .91 .92 2.75 3.1 3.2 a ;26 ..ie
Los ng s t Lake B. B. Co. ................. 15.4 13.4 1. 0.7 351. 379.01 555.77 297.47 27657 1.04 1.04 1.01 1.04 1.04 2.82.73 2.7
Louisville & Baehville R. R. Co. ................... 13.0 14.5 17.8 21.9 27.7 102.90 107.32 89.99 82.13 77.65 .72 .80 .57 .89 .96 1.78 2.39 3.05 3. 3.
ane Central R. R. C o. ........................... 25. 2.14 35.2 7.6 5.3 79.13 70.90 65.46 64.66 62.16 1.88 2.05 2.23 2.19 2.19 3.0 3.3 3.44 3.50 .58
Minneapole. St. aulouis R. C ................... 15. 1. 0.5 24. 69.53 5. 9.3 67.25 5.43 1.4 1.39 1.41 1.40 1.19 2.06 2.5 2.1 2.92 .03
innpol Paul al te. ari Co. .. 15 14.5 17.6 1.3 26.9 184.63 173.26 186.09 61.78 150.1 1. 1.6 1.99 2.15 2.0 1.7 2.29 2.73 2.92 .99
Meelourl--aenaS-Teo B. B. Ca.
(Inoluding ILLJeourl--anes-Texae R. R. Co. of
Texas) z/ ................................ 12.6 13.5 16.2 20.5 22.0 160.17 163.82 153.86 14.45 136.19 2.2 2.14 2.95 3.27 3.211
Miseouri Palfic R. R. Co. ........................13. 15. 1.4 1.1 .5 151.7 11.24 125.6 115.01 105.13 1.41 1.40 1.42 1.44 1. 2.57 2. 3.02 3.12 3.14
Mob.ile Oo RB. R. Co. ............................13.1 12.5 15.5 17. 2.2 77.47 9.54 76.3 66.59 62.84 .50 .71 .99 .75 .75 1.60 1.87 2.71 3.00 3.11
Nsehv1lle, Cbhattanooga & St. Lo ile By. ............. 15.5 16.6 19.4 23.5 28.1 112.84 1;5.88 109.52 92.88 72.50 .89 1.04 1.08 1.20 .85 1.84 2.37 2.93 3.37 3.59
few York Control B. R. Co.
(cludins oy R. B. C.) ...... 1. 2. 6. 0.2 35.1 49.2 : 4 4.5 147.29 50.53 53.1 1.01 1.01 .95 .96 .9 2.2 .28 3.
Sor, Chl o LouB. C 13.8 13.6 16.1 17.9 19.9 252.48 191.77 16.51 165.2 150.67 2.39 2.19 1.95 1.857 1. 1. 2.2 2.1 2.
Nfe York, New Raven Hartfora R B. .o.......... 14.7 48." 53.1 58.6 66.6 31.56 31.06 31.03 30.91 30.55 1.24 1.24 1.25 1.25 1.27 5.04 3.32 3.62 1.71 3.70
Norfolk A Weetern By. Co............................. 14.2 1l,4.6 17? .16 21.5 27.8 76.74 76.85 68.89 65.58 62.05 1.37 1.9 1.51 1.55 1.4 2.26 2.81 3.22 3.30 3.3
Nort oern Pcifno By. Co ............................ .2 15.5 15.6 20.9 26.4 220.54 02.78 204.4 114.05 166.66 1.4 1.78 1.82 1.84 1.86 1.94 2.34 2.73 .1 3.05
Oregon Short Line R. B. Co. ......................... 15.6 14.6 17.4 20.0 23.0 169.39 159.30 144.92 13.62 131.64 2.13 2.40 2 .67 3. 11 3.13
Oregoo-Weshlngtoa R. B. & Navtgatlon Co. .......... 17.3 15.9 18.5 20.4 23.5 208.64 201.75 202.79 155.11 170.94 2.15 2.37 2.62 3.22 1.27
Pennsylvania System / 22.......................... 8 24.7 2.5 3.6 3.6 38.09 5.1 3 359 3.3 1. 1. 1
6 I.a 1 .1 : 1 a t :1 t0
P.re Marqu..ette Ry. o.............................16. 15.8 1.9 31.14 5 1 : 1800 1.4 1.7 3 1 :
v3. 124 15', 11 1 1 6 1.7
Pltteburgh & Lake Erms R. R. Co. ................... 1.1 18.7 .9. 253.7 24.48 22.69 22.05 21.8 1l. 1.11 1.14 1.1 1.21 2. 2.9 .12 .17'
Reading Co. ........................................ 2.. 2.. 29.8 55.. 17.95 18.62 18.06 18.26 18. 1.31 1.51 1.2 1 1.3 2.33 2. 2.9 3.09 31
St. Loale-an Franolesoo y. Co. .................... 14.8 16.7 17.8 235.3 28.7 17.68 133.79 120.51 118.25 108.53 1.35 1.37 1.40 1.43 1.45 2.34 2.58 2.80 3.06 3.38
St. Loule Bouthwestern By. Co.
(Inoluding St. Louis Bouthwestern To. Co. of
Texas)e....................................... 9.4 10.6 13.0 17.5 23.4 93.49 82.69 75.65 71.36 62.27 1.914 2.09 2.9 3.19 3.2
aboard Ar Line B Co .......................... 12.3 15.1 16. 9 22. 158.54 174.38 175.87 162.60 151.85 .97 .94 1.10 1.10 .83 1.63 2.24 3.25 3.a 3.
Southern Ry. Co. ..................................15.6 16.0 19.8 2.6 31.5 102.99 128 119.34 111.46 104.0 .78 .80 .83 .86 o .06 2.48 3.17 3.34 3.
Southern Pacifico Co. .............................. 20.3 21.0 24.5 27.2 30.1 36.06 24.14 44.26 L14.13 45.50 .90 .94 .94 .95 .96 1.97 2.17 2.35 2.77 2.84
Texa A liws OrLean B. R. Co..................... 13.9 15.2 19.0 24.1 28.5 211.76 2'9.25 217.74 185.48 170.44 1.20 1.09 1.10 2.02 1.99 2.613 2.92 2.94
Texas & Pacnflo Ry. Co............................ 15.7 17.6 20.9 24.5 29.6 146.25 159.05 159.04 1714.10 166.41 2.12 2.12 2.7 3.10 3.20
Onion Pacifito R. R. Co. ........................... 16.5 114.9 17.7 19.7 22.2 466.18 382.34 367.31 532.91 507.94 2.11 2.40 .1 2.77 2.84
Virginian Ry. Co. ................................ 11.0 8.0 10.4 12.7 16.0 26.60 25.21 23.65 20.53 20.68 1.88 2.01 1.94 2.06 2.73 2.83 3.01 3.11
Wabash By. C. .................................... 16.1 15.5 1.9 .3 2.8 164.11 114.8 135.5 122.99 11.62 1.02 1.08 1.11 1.10 1. 2.12 2.22 2.58 2. 2.98
..Western. Maryland By. Co. ......................... 6.0 17.5 20.9 26.2 50.7 25.50 26.54 24.24 20.99 27.18 1.01 o 1.0.4 1.04 1.04 2.36 2.26 2.91 2455
Weetarn Pacific R. R. Co. .......... .. 6.9 7.4 10.1 15.5 15.7 354.47 3145.63 372.15 561.27 35.252 1 2.01 2.20 2. 2.07
reeling a Lake Erie Ry. Co....................... 12.1 14.4 19.1 19.9 25.6 51.8 52.67 52.50 48.36 45.94 1.03 1.8 1.47 1.49 2.1 2.62 2.1 3.01 2.9

R/ Railways having frelght revenue in excees of $10,000,C0D. For addiLlon&l related averages. Bsee the ComCaparat lve Statement or Operating Averages.' 1
/ veragee for 1932 and 1933 boaed on combined returns of the MlaeourL-Xanma.-Texae R. R. Go.; Hleeourt-Eaneae-Texaae R.R.M Texas; and Beaver, Meads a EngLeoond R. R. 00.
Average based on returns that Include Michigan Central R. B. Co.; Clevelar.d, Cinolnnatl, Chicago & 8t. Louttie Ry. Co.; Cincinnatl Northern R. H. Co.; and Evansiville, lndlanapolise Terre tute BY a.
the oronertLes of these oompanloe having been leased to the Haew York Central R. R. Co., effeotlive February 1, 1950. and the Ulster A Deleware R. R. Co., the property of this oopany having been aar
quired by the Ne. York Central R. B. Co., effeotlve February 1, 1932.
e/ Iroludes Penreylvania R. R. Co.; lWest Jeraey Seaehore R. B. Co. (from Jan. 1, 1929 to June 24, 1953); Penneylganlia & Atlantlo R. R. Co.; Roealyn Connectlng R. R. Co.; phledelphbia A lBeah Hvoen .R.
Co.; Ohio River & Weetern Ry. Co.; and Wayneeburg A Washington R. B. Co., exoept that 1932 and 1933 onl retLune forth Ohio River & Wesotern By. Co.. whioh was abandoned.









INTRSTATE COMMERCE COOMMIuzOu
Bureau of Statistioc
OPERATING RZIViS AND OPERATING EXPZN8ES, BY OLASS OF SRVIOZ


FOVULA8 TABLE V


Item Source and formula


Freight revenue:
Per freight gro- ton-e lle ...................................................................
Per loaded oar-kllo ...... +...oo..0o.................o....................................
Per not ton-mle ..............................................................................
Per cent nonrevenue of total net ton-alle .....................................................
let ton-miles of revenue freight:
Per mile of road .............................................................................
Average haul .... ...................................................................... ....
Freight expenses per freight grose ton-mile ....................................................
Road freight wagen, fuel, supplies, and enginehouse expenses:
Per freight train-nile .......................................................................

Per freight groas ton-mile ....................................................................

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


Freight hritohing ezpennes per revenue ton carried .............................................

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

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

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


PaBsenger .....................................................................................


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

Passenger service train revenue:
Per paMeenger train oar-mile .................................................................

Average Journey per passenger ..................................................................
Passenger revenue per passenger-mile:
Oommtatlon .................................................................................
Other than coomsutation .......................................................................


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

Annual report, Fom A. Item 125, on page 509.
Form O8-D. Item 11, column (d).
Bum of columne (c), (a), and a proportion of (g), on page 309 of annual report, Form A, d
Item 9, column (d), of Form OS-A.
Bum of columns (o), (e), end a proportion of (g), aooount 392-li02 inclulsive, on page 308
by the sum of Item 13 plus a proportion of items 15 and 16 on page 506 of annual report
Sum of columns (c), (e). and a proportion of (g), accounts 392-h02 Inolusive. on pageo 308
report. Form A, divided by item 9, column (d), of Form 0O-A.
Bum of columns (p), (e), and a proportion of (g), accounts 308 and 311, on page 306, divli
Bu of Items 24, 37, 38,and a proportion of items 32 and 36 (based on car-miles) and it
basedd on the ratio of freight expenses to total expenses) on page 508 of annual report
Annual report Form A. Sum of oolunmens (o), (e), and a proportion of (g), accounts 377-38
on pages 307 and j08, divided by item 91 on page 508.

Annual report, Form A. Account 314 on page 306, divided by the uam of items 53, 54, 62,
72, and 73 on page 508.
Annual report, Form A. Sua of columns (o), (e), and a proportion of (g), aooounts 351-35
on page 307, divided by it-em 91 on page 508.

Annual report, Form A. Sum of oolumnns (c), (e), and a proportion of (g), accounts 378, 3
elusive, on pages 307 and 308, divided by the sum of ooluman (o), (l), and a proportion
accounts 392-1101 Inclusive, on page 308.
Annual report, Form A. Sum of columns (d), (f) and a proportion of (f) accounts 378, 3
Inclusive, on pages 307 and 308, divided by the sum of columns (d), (f), and a proporti
(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, d6
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
508 and 509.
Annual report, Form A. Item 184, on page 509.

Form OS-D. Item 8-01, divided by item 7-01, column (d).
Form 00-D. Item 8-02, divided by item 7-02, column (d).


For years prior to 1933, Item 3, column (d) of Form 0-A was used as the divisor.
U For years prior to 1933, the um of Item 6, column (d), Form OB-A and items 37, 38 and a proportion of item 42 (based on the ratio of freight expenses to total expenses) on page 508 of an
report, Form A, was usjd as the divisor.


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