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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COULMISSION
Bureau of Statistics


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES, BY CLASS OF SERVICE,
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1935


INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT


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In the Statistics of Railways from 1916 to 1926, a statement appeared annually showing the amount of each primary expense ao-
count chargeable to the freight service and the amount chargeable to passenger and allied services. To make this information available
before the Statistics of Railways appears, it was decided, beginning with the year 1927, to publish this statement separately, and to
omit it from the Statistics of Railways. The totals are subdivided by operating regions as well as by districts. Some related data are
also included in the present publication as in the other issues in this series.
In Tables I and I-A, the assignment of revenues to freight service and to passenger and allied services is in accordance with
the distributions made by carriers in filling out the schedule relating to revenues in the annual report form. There is no special order
giving detailed instructions for the separation of revenues by class of service. But this is in large part provided for by the regular
accounting classifications. A small amount of operating revenue reported as not assignable to freight or to passenger and allied services
has been apportioned to the two services, as indicated by footnote No. 1 in Table III, in proportion to the totals for assigned revenues,
the apportionment being made for each railway separately.
The division of expenses between freight service and passenger and allied services is as reported by carriers under the rules
prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission. The requirements for 1935 were amplified to the extent of introducing a subdivision of
account 308, "Steam locomotive repairs," between "Yard" and "Other." The method used in making tnis subdivision was to be the one adopted
by each carrier. The principal methods used were: (1) Maintenance expenses of yard locomotives kept separately; (2) classified repairs
separate running repairs apportioned on basis of locomotive-miles; (3) ratio of yard looomotive-miles to total of each class of locomo-
tive; (4) locomotive tractive effort miles; (5) locomotive ton-miles; (6) common expenses apportioned on basis of directly assigned ex-
penses; (7) ratio of yard locomotive-miles to total for all classes.
A small amount of expense reported as "not related to either freight service or passenger and allied services," has been appor-
tioned between the two services, as indicated by footnote No. I in Table III, on the basis of the totals for the "assigned and apportioned,"
expenses. The rules do not provide for dividing between freight and passenger and allied services the expense of nonrevenue haulage per-
formed by one service for the benefit of the other, as when freight trains haul coal to be burned by passenger locomotives.
In Table V will be found a review of selected average revenues and expenses for the years 1931 to 1935.
The following table shows for Class I steam railways as a whole the total revenues, expenses, and net revenue before taxes and
rents, and also the operating ratio, for the freight and passenger service separately, from 1925 to 1935.


Freight service Pas
Year, district, Oper-
and region Revenues Expenses Net eating Revenues
ratio
1925 ................. $4,695,569,043 345,073,837 $1,350,495,26 71.24 l,426,94,l
1926 ................. 4,963,043,908 3,460,59,2 75 1,502,504,633 69.72 1,419,895,63i
1927 .................. 4.,790,722,95 3,367,341,423 1,423,81529 70.29 1,345,577,318
1928 .................... 4,36,236,914 3258,520,271 1,:57,716,643 67.38 1,275,498,527
1929 ................. 497912,02 3,334,103,188 1, 5,309,61 6.96 1,3,7,742
1930 ................. 4,214 313,386 2,851,067,733 15,36324,653 67.5 1,066,883,484
1931 ................. 3,359,752,917 2,305,358,533 1,o0539 384 6. 62 828 590.327
1932 ................. 2,531.916,515 1, 95,702,051 836,21,64 66.97 591 6843,o39
193 ............. 2,575.650,4 1,618,119,876 957 530,208 62.2 51753820
1934 .......... 2,725,098, 77 1,768,765,897 956,332,850 64.91 56, 68,075
1935 ................. 2,89 4,36, 15 1,873,771,629 1,020,594,986 64.74 557,562,79b
The corresponding figures by districts, with subdivision of Southern district, are given
Eastern district ..... 1,239,816,726 806,E25,04; U;2,91,67 65.'8 296,197,b47
Pocahontas region .... 203,192,367 99,751,892 103,440,475 49.09 11,174,b17
Southern region ...... 361,461,129 24,177,879 114,283,250 68.38 68,190,324
Southern district .... 56465,496 346,929,771 217,723,725 61.44 79,364,941
Western district ..... 1,089,896,393 720,016,809 369,879,584 66.06 182,000o,20

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Washington, July 16, 1936.
826 8 0-36


isenger nnd allied services


Expenses

i5,191,506,454
1,208,797,461
1,206,836,398
1, 169, 474, 765
1,171,953,074
1,079,860,954
918,216,083
707,742, 44
631,111,903
673,056,870
715,969,790
below for the yenr
333,277,371
20,622,780
95,351,146
115,973,:26
269,71^, 93


Oper-
Net eating
ratio
8235,134,359 83.52
211,098,177 85.14
136,740,920 89.69
106,023,62 9169
128,15,6 90.14
d 1 .9774 101.22
d _8965 5 110.82
d 112.699,205 118.98
da .3598 121.43
d 126 89,179 123.1
d 161 b. 1?8.95
1935.
S37.0 24 11?.52
d 48l 5184.55
d 2 .2 139.83
S146.13
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Statistilo

STATEMENT Of OPTEATINO REVEUUBE AND EPENSES BY CLASS OF SERVICE, CASS I TEAM RAILWAYS
I INCLUDING SWIrCHNIN AND rEAUIN.AL COMPANIES) FOR THE YEA ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1935

INDEX

TABLE 1. Bummary of PrLury operatlag ROvanue Anaounto of Class I Steam Railways for Eaoh class f Serrvloe, by Dlstriots and Regions .................................... Pages and 7
TABLE I-A. Bumary of Primary Operating Revnue Aoounts of Class I Swlitoal and Tearmnal CompanIes for Eaoh Class of BServiae, n Distroits and Regions .................. Pages a and 9
TABLE I. Summary of Primary Operating Expense Aoounts of Class I Stean Rallways for Eaoh Class of Service, by Distriots and Regions .................................... Pages 10 to 21
TABLE II-A. Sumary or Primary Opeorating Epenas Acounts of Claes I witching and TerIrmral Companles for Eaoh Class of Bervice, by Diltriot and Regions .................. Page 22e to 3
TABL III. Bummary of Operating RHoenues and Operating Expense by Claa of Bervl.o, with Operating Ratlon, of Individual Class I Steam Railways .......................... PagIes to 3 7
TABLE IT. Summar of Seleoted Operatlng Sta tidsta Relating to Freight and Passenger Bentoea of Indivldual Class I Steam Rallways ....................................... Pages to I
TABLE Unit Revsnues, Unit Costs, and Related Averages, by Distriots and Regions, and ror Belsoted Class I Stam Railways or Systems .................................. Pages 4 to 52


PamN of oName of Roadu or System p Name of Road or System P
Name of Road or 1 Nse N Mo.

Akron, Canton A loungstown LB. CF* 3.9 Fort Worth & Denver City y. o ..o.Co....o.e ,****** e*****n* 3 640 fow York, Suquanna Western R. R. Co.va
Alabama Great Soutahern R. R. CO. 0 Fort North & Rio Grande C. ...................... .......... 1 (Inal. Wlkes-Barre & Eastern R. R. Co.) .................................
Alton R. R. Co ............ ..., '.. 4 r6eoo Lines .....*ofee*s.*............* *****............. .* ** 41 Norfol; & Western R. Co ................................. 35, 9, 43, 45 47
Lon Arbo R. RN 8 .................................... ... .. 3 r Norfolk Southern R. .. t. Co .................-i...-.................
Atohison, Topeka Santa fe :. C. Georgia & Florida R. R. (Inol. Statesboro Northern Ry.) .................. 35. 39 Nortern Alabama Co ......................................................
and Affiliated Companis .............................. 2, ., 4, 4, 50 Georgia R. ., Le s Organization ........................................... Northern Patr Co ................................. 36, 40, 3, 4f, 4;3 ,i
Atlanta & est Point R. R. Co. ........................................ 35. 9 Georgia Southera oria Co. .......................C. .......o. 0 Nortoestern Paifi R. R. .......... ........ ............
.tlant .Btrmigham a Coast R. a. C .. ............................... ..- 9 Grand Trunk Western R. R. Co.
AtlantIs Coast Line R. R. Co. ...........................5, 39, 4, 4 I, nol Muskegon r a Navigation o .n CO.................. 34, 4, 42, 44 ,. Oklahok n Ci -Ada-il Ato R. Co. ............................................. 31
AtlSante oast Line S ostem. .......................... 37 4 .....O tra o. ........................ ..., 35, 3e9 reat Northern gon Shrt ne R.0.. ...................................... 41, 3 9 47, 4 51
Green Bay & Western R. R. .Co ............................................... Oregon-Weehington R. R. A Navigation Co .................. 3, 4 45, 547 49 51
Baltimore Oho H R. Co................................ 35, 39, .2, 44, 46 4, G, Gulf & Ship Island R. R. Co. ....................................... .........5. 39
Baltimore & Ohio It .... ...... 36. Gul, olorado Sa nta 1e 87. Co. Panhandle & Banta Fe Ry. Co.
Baltore & Aroostook ye .......... ................. Co. ........ 3* (Inoluded in Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. .Lnoluded in Atohteon, Topeka A Sants re
ar t. Sot Lake Western C ................... ........... .... and AffiliateA Compa es) .................................................. 36 4 7. Co. an Ar.tad C pants) .......................................... 6.
Bssemer & Lake Eri. R. Co .......................... 39, 50 r, moble & Northen o C o................................... 35, Pennsylv ................................................ 35,
ston ..................... :::: 2, 44, 5P syvania-Readng Seashore Lines ......................................... 39
So ington- k island R. ...:::::::::::::::::::.::: ............. ........ Iinois Contra. R L H .................................................. 35, 39 Pennryvania system ..................................... 3 3 j 1.
grlinston Rnout ........................................................ 4 Illinois Centl H. R. 00. Pare MarqUette 1. Co.................................... 3 8. 134 47 4 51
10 Illinois Central R. R. Co. Pera Marquette Ny. Co. .................... I N 13 4 k,3
inoon oae .................-.-.-M............. (Inol. Yasoo & l Msa. Va 11ey R R. Do.) ......................... 43, 45, 47, 49, 51 Pittburgh & Lake Erie R. o ......................... 45, 7 9,
Cambria a Inda s F. R. c ................................................ 4 36 llios Central System .................................................... 3, Pa a ut Co. ............................................... 5
ansdian National Lines in New Egland ................................ ................lli Termil Co Pttburgh West Virginia By. Co. .......................................... 31
Canadian National System ................. ....., 36, IternatIona l-re.t Northern R. Co. ........ ... 37 7 Pttaur, S t northern Co. ......................................3
Canadian Pacific lo nes In Vermont .................... .................. International Y. Co. of Maine .................. ......................

Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ..... .................... 39, 2. 4, ansas, Oklahoma A Gulf 8. Co........... .................... .............. 37, R1ohmond, Frelerlokl urg & Potomao R. R. Co. ........................ .........
Central R.... 3. ook Island Bystem .......................................................... .
hrleson a -etsrn Ao ........................................ 3 Lake Superior & shpemi R. R. C.................................. .. ...... 36 40 Rutl nd R. R. .... A o 36
Chasapoeake A ho R. Co ............. ................ 35, 39, 42, 44,46, 46, 0 Lehigh A B udson River Co. o 3 ................ ....3
Chiago a Eastern Illino Co ....................... 39 16, 46 Lehigh Ils egand Co .. St. Joseph & Grand Island l. Co. ........................................... 41
iogo A re R. Lehigh Valley R. R. Co00................................... 14, 36, 4 St. Lou s. Brownavite a Usd0o 8. Co. 41
(Inoluded to Ei R.. R. Co.) .............................................. 31, 36 Long Island R. R. Co. ................................. 9 7 4 51 St. Louis-San Franoisa o F. Co. .......................... 37, 41 3, 4 4 ,
Ch l o a Illinois M dland i. Co. Los Angeles & Salt Lake R. R. Co ...................... 37, &3, St Lous. San Pranoeoo A Texas By. Co...................................... ,
m" o: C ,; .... 40: : .. :. .. .. ; .....1::: : :: ; m. Loo S ao. .a.o :: fly. Co.. andAffiliated Companies: .
( prngisid, Havana Pooria R. R. Co.) ........................... 39 Louisiana Arkanas Co. ............................................. .... St. Lou outheatern Co. and Ailated Companies .. 7.
Chioago A North sWeter.n F. Co...........................6, 40, 42, 4 46, is Arkansas A Teas. ................... .. St. Louis Southwest ern 8R. Co. of Teas
loNo A Nort. Western System .............................................. Lou I Nashville R. C o. ..........................35, 39 3 51 ( luded in St. Louis Southwestern N. Co. and
ci"ag, i lo. o o n lC R. o. ............Co. .................. 4 a A iliated Companies ........................................................
Chleso rat seeern R. C.........................6, 1 6 Mane Central B. Co.................. .. ..... ..... 36, 4, 45, 7, 9 an Antonlo, U ds A 4lt t. R. Co 3...................................3.... 3
Chicago, rnanapoi Lou. l .............. 9, 4, 4 5 Mdnd Valley R. ...... .................................. .... .......... ar Diego A Ariona Eastern B. Co ............................. .............
SChicago, M .lwa.ke, St. Paul A Pa.oli R R .. .......o ,0 ,. 2, 4, 46, Milnneapoite a St. Louis R. Co ........................, 36, 4, 4 5, 47, 1 Seaboard Air Line Co. ................................6 0, 4 5. k, 4,
Chicago, Rook leland a Gulft I Co ......................................... Minnepolla. St. Paul a Sault te. Marle R. Co. ......... 36, W ), 65 1.9. 5 Southern Iy. Co ....................................... 3 40, 4, 47
C go. Rook island A Pasollc Co............................... .... 36, s slppl Central R. R. Co. ................................................ 63, Southern System .............................................................
Chicago, Rook leland A Paolfic r Co. Missouri A Arkanea Ry. Co. .................... .. ..................... 7, 41 Southern Paolo Co .....................................- 37, 41, 4. 4. 17, 4
ool, Cago, Hoe island A Gulf Co., ................... 1, W s, 50 Msouri & North Arkansas R. Co. ............................................ 7, 41 southern Paol System ......................................................
Cao. t. Paul nns pols A aa o.......... 4, 2 44, 6, 4: 50 ssouri-llllnots R. R. Co ..................................................35, 39 Spokane Internatioal D Co. ..................................... 0
Ctnia:l Nsw Orleans & Texas Paclfic Fy. Go ..........36, 40, 42,11. 46, 4 50 Uisoouri-Eana -Texa s R. R. Co. and Spokane. Portland A Seattle i8. Co. and UAffliated Companies ................36, 0
Clinchflld R. Co........................2.?......3 Controlled Complanio ................................... 1 3 1 staten Island Rapid Transit Co .......................................... 39
Colorado A Southern o ........................... .........a- a Co. or as
Coluamue A Oreenvlle 87. Co. ............................................... 35, 39 (Inoluded In UMSiorl-tans a-e-less R. R. Co. e, ,osaee Central By. Co ........................... I.3... .. 5
and Controlled Companies) ........................................... 3.... 7 ebaseh a .w Orleano R. B. C ....................... ......37, 11, 11, 34, 47, 49,_5
Dl udo A orpo on ..................... 3, 42, 44, 6, 50 ........... ...........37, 1. 3, 15. 67 49 as Piro B y. o ................................ 47 1
Do .. .................... ... C r .. .. .. .. .. Me can f, o ............... .........................
Dlawue. Lacawanna a Istern ..... ............. 3, 2, 46, 46. 50 Misseouri Paclfto ytem ............................................. ., 7, eas M o........................................................ ,
S ....b. 6 8 o Co .............................. ..... 1 51 Toledo, Por A Wem ..........................................
P."er o.6 t T 'do Cor. ::n R. ...................."............'4 : ........ -j:: : Un:oon .o. .o ..stp. 3.6. R.................................. 36. 7 .
Denrot o lt Lake on ..... ............................... ............36 o ngahela 8. C..................................................... 311 1
Detroit Maokln ........................................ ...34, 3 Montour C ................................................3 3 Unio Pifi B. Co. ................................. 49
Petro T o e O ..Union Paooto system ................................................ 37
tt 3 Nashville, n A So t L3 Utah f I....................... Co ...................................... ....... .. ... ..... .37, 341
Detrolt, Toledo A ITrnton 8.8. Co........................................... 9
Dluth Winnipega P aoctif BIy. Co. ,few Have Syste, ........... -.............................. .................. 34, 38S :
(Inu Duluth, m Rai nL a dwpeg Co.) ............................. 36. N Jrsey a Ne l ork R. C o. ..............................................3, j I fbash 81. Co.3WbsFl ............................... 3, 13, 45, 4, I
New Orleans Ilortheasternn R. R. Co .......................................... 6 baash Bystem ...... ....... .................. .........................
el.n. Joliel & Eastern By. 0 .. ......................... 3.5. 39 42,4 46 50 O.rleans, Taametern lad P. Co& ................................. 3 4. 3 i9. 3. .
figi Joust A fasten 87. 35, 39, 42, 6.4, 46, 50 New Yorle Centrs l L ones ...................................... .....3. 16 Western Marylan R7. 4 o................................ 7 I1
Erie R. R. Co. Nec York Central Lines 3 5 Western Patifio R. R. Co. ....................... 3
(rnol. Chicago A R R. Co.) ...................... 3, 4 50 New York Cenral R. A. Co................................ 5 7, ,51 esrn o Alabaa ....................................................... 9
io R. C ....... ytem ................................................................ 3 Nork. CI o Lous Co................... 38, 4 7 51 heeli g Lake Ie B. Co.............................. 5. 39 43, 5.
New York ConneotinS g R. R. C ....................................... 3 iohlta FPalls & Solthern R. R. Co ........................................... 37:
lnrida East Coast R8. Co ................................................... 35, 39 lis York, New Haven A HMartford R. R. Co .................3, 3d. 1- 3 97, 4 51
Fort Bith AL Watern m I. Co .................................................37, 1 Nea forlk. Ontario & Western Iy. Co .........................................3.. 3I Yazoo A Mississippi Valley R. R. Co ......................................... 35. 39









6 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
36150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE I-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATrING RE LNI L ACCOUNTS OF CL.AS. I TE.M ILALWAYV FOR EACH CLABS OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS .%ND REGION_ FOR THE E.\R ENDED DECEMBER 31.1936

Totals for districts Eaot'rn district

All distriots Eastern district Southern distrit leetern. diet riot leo England regtgn Great Lakel region
Account Al sseervice serig elrion sevB sIO h enabl gsniabble [&, Le; ; aS Esnablee ble
__anger Assignable to paeenge to psesogr Ag "iAabls toae 'N paassnge to- freh p
Assigl to Itointg A es s unablee ta oa asg &" ttdS
to ai"ht lied to flh o rrigbt ad 4illd to I rtht and -l1ed Ia d ii and allied
ovoo vboe ero aIvt servi s Wloe loo
tofre t0n allied er e" nary-loomrv Leogo


I. TRANSPORTATION RAIL LINE

Freght ....................................
Passnger ............*...*................*
POxce~ baggage .............................
sleeping car ......... ..................
Parlor and hair oar ......................
alprI ......... ....... ...... .. .......
zxpre.. ..........
Oter pa aonger-traein ........... ..
milk .......... ..... .. ........ .
Passenger serve train raevnul ........
SBitohing ........ ..................
Special service tra.n .................
Other frslglt-trl rin .. ..................
Water tranlrr.-Preight ..................
Iater treantse--Paaeoer .................
Waer trsnafeor-toblole andl livre took ...
tWter trulfern-Other ...................
Total rail-line transportation revenue ...
It. TRA PORTATION IWTER LINE
Freight ........ .. .. .. .. .... .... ....
PaoeDrog ...............................
Zzoaen bfgage .......... ...................
Other pamsenger ervieo ....................
all ......................... .........
ZpreB e..... .. ..... .....
Bpelal ereiloe ........................
Other ............................ ...... ..
Total nater-line transportation revenue ,,
111. XIOINDETAL
Diing and bufet ...........................
Sotel d rOltaurDrt ....................
t&tlon, train, ad boat prvleglae ......
ParU el roon..... ..........................
Btorgae-PreiLght ..........................
Stores -Baggage ..........................
Desurrags ....................... .........
Telegraph and telephone ..................
Orain elevator ........... ... ........ ....
Took ard ..................................
rower .... i .. ....... .. .*
Zenti of bullding5 and other property ......
ieso llanoous ........... ..............
Total inoidental operating revenues ......
IT. JOIFrT AOILITT
Joint facllltr--0r. .......................
Joint fIolltty-Dr. .......................
fotal 3olnt facility operating revenue ...
Rallway operatlg rO D ueve assigoablo .*
UnaeiLgnable operating revenues
apportioned ............................
Orand total rallway operating reveues ...


doLh 4 a 912


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206 9- 15,
547,7 1 547 59,275

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6, 22:7,2 9 1 66216,o2 6652,712-


,50 120,247 20,677 581,206 5,B2D4,97- 7, 7,751, 31 ,16,4 1,269 14 m,8 10e,8 tO, 41,4
27, 02, 1299;707 .5 120 6 00 ,12. 1 12104:709 6,4 15.6, 898 29 E:1967 7
Q:909,&3 92,922
6,31,627 211725 5,902,211: ,b ,9
636,180 592,6 26,709 16,602 24,43 1410,07
,202 1,086,215 15,793 100,937 99,70
2,99a6,00 2,996,123 1.966 A 2,123,B51
933105 22,27 7 21,0 153263 1,26 151 210, ,7
2,844,965,420 526.31,690 1,217,02,931 279,586,613 556,213,955 75.901,101 1,070,908,53k 170,830,976 100o,422 ,80 41,4so,ha14 59,133,397 109,895,949


4,433.134 4,433,134 -
4 8116 262,280 1-49. -
14,029 3,- 10,


1,16 20,200 10,200 1,186 -
61,514 1.,516 -
4,515,856 435,977 275,8 67- 14,515,836 160,110 -


1,170,426 71,59 2,102,414 6,579453 -762.62 2,895,
87, 1,44880 1 422976 91,106 73,926 910,798 28,861 -
S 606,8T 112561 10! :545 31,970 6
2,14,9 1,41,7 4 414,915 358,347 160,479 650,725 -
S 109 1 47,548 10,723 51.30 5,397 19, 41
6,09,7 311, 731,1l6 1,75 7 4 01,84 1,4 91
1;22,671 9991, 20,a67 7,1484 392 12,909 1,42 1149 035 R910 20,00
7 1,6 3,62 108,070 6- 1,272 17,603
7,133 11,45 6,475 71523 -
2,392,251 2,99,555 1, l-, 3 6112 7l 69 6,. 274S,317 896,49 1,1114,2
15,559,15 1, IM 7,217,11 ,S 3,2 5.1 5":li 797,560 26,;li 2,5888355 205,560
27,916,955 25,082,350 14,514,46 130,o,719 5,318,617 2.779.665 8,083,852 9,220,973 1,791.815 2,337.531 5,913.579 54,o,21


14,32,067 3,512,993 917,554 1,738,173 890,0s 310,476 2,512.429 1, 461,3 108,064 788,125 154,000 432,970
1.307,063 1,054,9114 71,29 512,783 166,560 15,24 1,069234 526,913 6,642 5,736 33,143 4115.30
3.013,004 2,458,049 E84 ,285 1,225,390 723,524 295,228 1,43,19 937,431 101,422 782,389 120,857 L 25.138
2,880,411,215 554,95,066 1,233,23,702 294,169,582 562.256,096 78,975,994 1,084,951,417 181,149,190 102,316,077 4,600.344 555,167,833 115,354,023

13.955,400 3.267.730 6,613,024 2,028,0o 5 2,397,100 36,947 4.9441.976 850,718 439.230 23,121 2,018.14412 595.240


557,562,796


1,239.816,726


296,197,(47


564.653.496


1.089.896.39


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79g.64.9o1


44830445 59 186775










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 7
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE I-SUMMARY OF PRIIMARI OPERITIN;G RE \ENIT. \'COC'N'iS OF CLAqS i TEAM RAILWAYS FOR E\RH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DIiSTRi'T AND REGlI',S6 1,R THE YE.\R ENDED DFENMBER 11 1935 --Cii.nued

Eastern district Sourt rr, diptrlot Western district
Central Eastern region Pocahontar region Southern region Northwestern region Central western region Southweaern region
gnble Accountbl Aslsnitlas ,lntle Assignsole A gnbl Alnsole igbl. Alnble AIeignabl
Assiglslebl Assignable Alsasies&nableAeel
to freight t o passenger t right to paenger to freioSt ao passenger to pFsireit to psssenitee to pansegr
and Llied end allied Iad ele d street to paeanns eAs ssgabl
Services e service serve sa ser e s L AervRe
I. TRANSPORTATION RAIL LINE
Freight ................................... 557,518,979 1918.9 .512 I .8i. l ,116.90 Iflh44.59.id 4 I878 95i..b69 7- 22111, 50
Passe ger ................................. -.-.' I. l-.!6,' .LO,.1,7b 8,9,.068 ai .,02,5> 15,612
Excess baggage. ........................... 9 6 S 117,068 a
Sleeping r ................... 07 11,bb -
Parlor and chair car ................. ......... 7,6 'O,2 i2.i.N 4,609
Maill .......................................- 16, 1.',700 ., .,: 1.,53L.l. 12.-2u,920 2o,pi5.l2 7,8.5 1.410
Express .......-.............................. ),1.,'1 l.'7.917 .- 95,06. ,?O 9 9,94 ,1664 4.099.540
Other passenger-train ... .............. 1 1,-. 10 0,- ,2 75,2? 95.7. 2,b,}, 513,19I
Milk.! ..............................................-l .72t 731 ut 7 1Lst,.73fi. :1..HO! .0.11___ U. .10 _________ 2_a
Passenger service train revenue ......... J' S 10.70S,1:9 65.051,765 1.77ot 1H,71.,190 91,65,67tl- 2 2B,2 727
Switching ..............................tr 9.ai7n- 35 1, o l, 74, 487 4,56L.OO :90 6.101,4,61 1,107 6,92.sr7b 7,BB7 5:648,40 22,170
Spoetial service traln .....................T B ', 0,l .o7 9,4 ,0 i.707 17,19 ,'71 )4,1 31 t172
Other freight-traln ...................... 0,60 .,215 198,.7 57;,010 2,516,i58 3,009,0
Water transfers--Freight .................. 1r,00 6, 9 16,113 -
Water transfers--Passenger .......507... .... '.0 100,957
Wate transfers--Vehiclee and live stock .. 8?,2D4 1,)68 d -
Water transfets--Other .................... 419, 5914 l.2bl 14i,111 519 7.922 917 -
Total rail-line transportation revenue .. 5t 928.,69. l11,207,2o, 200,4O.5'l,.1 10.7". ,60 P5,77.,517 tb.,1644.L71 55',5L,l7 .i,7,L5 6 h*9.5.4i5. 59 5,7?.;26 229,815,668 28.290,814
II. TRANSPORTATION WATER LINE
Eight ................................... 1,68 .- 1,46 -
Passenger .............................. ... -b 1,187
ixceas baggage ......... **...... ........ 78
Other passenger service ................... 10,645
Mail .....................................
Special service ... ........................ 10.2?, .st -
Other ................................... 516
Total water-line transportation revenue 279,867 lb.65P 4. 99,198 I100,110
III. INCIDxENTAL
Dining and buffet ......................... ,550,880 275,550 2,126,864 1,497,968 1- ,q.8i .% lo8,547
Station, train, and boat privileges ....... 1,11,26 24 17,597 9 ,65 20 109,558 27.864 75 17 079
Parcel room ............................... 157,202 5,875 2.,68 45,47 2,09 7,0b9
storage--Freight .......................... 600,42 45,396 369,519 153,41 123,08 81,B50
Storge--Bg ........................... 22.759 863 9,86 o 2,675 33.915 41750
Daurrego ................................. 1,759,45 2185 459,371 -661,099 67,25 22,29
Telegraph end telephone .................59..... ;1.1 92 -- ,9 2,709 335 10,166 698
rain elevator ......................... ...04,751 4,095 72,975 -
Stockyard ................................ 11,425 -0,2 -1 51,41 40,56 22,4,58
Power ............................... ...... z 17 ,05 6,12a. 8'69 ,4.o5 7,OCe LC, 2,
Rents or buildings and other property .... 88165 56,25 180,671 2 152 16 51,027 151,624 290,767 *94,86 16b,44,2 28 1 l51
Ilsiellaneous ............................. .5;l1,i01 254,,53, ,0%4,676 20, 10 1,677,470 24 ,82 3,61.0,19 168,752 57,658 2.2, 65 16, 057 l'4.1.l
Total incidental operating revenues ..... (,o09.092 5,265,969 2,'98,696 550,154 2,714,921 2,L29,.506 4,657.858 2.225,416 1,978,559 5.,71.?23 1,1.47,635 1,l25,854
IV. JOINT FACILITY
Joint factltty--Cr. ......................... 65,90 217,078 15h.Pt, 91,719 7.55.-21 218,757 4768,807 547.425 1.729,b94 626.509 303,928 :88:,l12
Joint faoUlty--Dr. ........................ 31.M4 .0he,459 7.5 9 5. '14 159.o01 9,599 54,171 2b 5.9c7 1,009.792 249. 90 .51 12,.96
Total joint facility operating revenue .. B2L,00b 4i68,1i9 127,52 Bt,070 596,200 209.158 4Ia,656 28;,4lb 721,962 '57,519 296,5)7 275.476
Reilway operating revenue assignable ... 575,719,792 154,21.,215 20',160,b58 11,172,.59 559,095,45 8 67,80}5155 557,680.6t9 51,269,288 495,712,84. 99,688,078 251,557,900 50,192,124
Unaeaignable operating revenues
apportioned ........................... 4,355,552 1,202,704 51.709 1, i5 2,565,691 587,189 1.547,761 194,592 I .0:0.,54 610,51.6 376,861 45,780
Orand total railway operating revenues .. 579,875,114 155,1.17,919 20},192,367 11,174.617 561,461,129 68,190.5241 559,228,450 C.1,656.b80 498,755,202 100,298.624 2)1,954,761 )0,257,904
d Defleit or other reverse Item.









* INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
36150
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE I-A--UMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING REVENUE ACCOUNTS OF OLASS I 1WICHRC.i AN) ItERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE 1 LAR ENDED DECEMBER a! 1935

Totals for districts Eastern distrat

All districts Eastemr daitr lt southern district sweeten district liew Eglanr region Great Lakes region

A -* ,, us...u. Maignable Am pabl e to Able Aanal~e auaS:Llble A Sizaoble to ipale AssIInale
1o to 0pr tof$ t;.1o ]?a to g;h nee to froEht Ao passngor to rLegh; S to fro Bugt to paor
Ss"r Bir t t End_ allied service *1M .eMlT ando. called allied 211 6rl
J~%'o el irvoo 2m-ggg~q~oJioq toowl 04 LO Soelo


1. T ANPORTATIas RAIL I=n

Fre ies t .... ................... .........
Passlager ........*** .....***.............
Eloaes baggage ........................ *....
Sleeping car ..... ....... .. ...
Parlor and abcar ar .....................
Ka li ........... ..-- -- ** ** ****** *
sprl ......................*...............
Other paeeiAgerlrai...........
ilk I g........ .................. .......


itehi g .................................
speota seirloe train ...................
Other frenlt-tlin .........................
latr tran"fer-- 'olt ....................
Wlrs tranetrs--Passger .................
Water trsnI t -vehinlas and Live stoo ...
Water transers--Other ...................
Total ral-lnIe tramnportsatlo revenue.
U1. TRAV PORfATION WATER LINE

ies bggt.... .............................
Other passenger orielo .................
Mall ... .... ...............................
Exressi ................... ..............
Special Sernlo ............................
Other ............... ....... ............
Totil water-luae tranport lon mroenue
III. INCIDIETAL

Di nng md buffet .........................
Botel sad reslaurt ................ .......
Staston, train, an boat priLilegee ........
Parel roo ........................................
torage--reight .........................
Btorage--Baggg ..........................
Dearrge .................................
Telgraph ad telephone ....................
Dre n elevator .................. .......
stoo ,ard ........................... .....
Posar .............. ....................
Rat@ of bu tlLings an other property ......
llsoellm eoul ............... ..............
Total incidental operating revenues ...
ZT. JOINT rACILII

Joint rsoUlty--cr. ........................
Joint fUllity-Dr. ......... ..............
Total Joint facility operating revenue.
Raillwa operating revenue asignable .
Unasueigable operating revenues
pportloned .........................
rEnd total rallwa operating revenues.


4o.76o.4 f23h0,961 27.0495 I,31367 ,426 (12,409,520 230,536 11,416,622
60.780, -6 ,,o- 1





42,E10,93k 230,964 26,500,047 1.301o.367 e 12,409,520 230.538 11,7,66d














36,257 3627 -
70,97 9,225 1,80
3517 6,316 -
515 ,97 3162 3 6 -
,52 1,605 109 2, -
504,361 296,619 2.4 105,09 ,1


85, 95 5,95 5 ,95 -
2 9 1,868 1,491 59,219 7,797 7.926 31 7 -




,77 ,7 1
1,600 3,i5i 5,079 15,93 .79,502




___ 7 217.20 72,45 1,724 142,595 _
7,10 aL. 7,60 0 72.68 W. 9 6,987
43,765,573 266,100 29,059,010 44,17 1.356,05 10.693 13.34,8,79 230,590 -11.676,025

540,647 9,516 200,421 5113 53 4 3359.665 8,996 83.3' -


295,616 29,259,431


45,351


1,356,622


10,697


13,68,167 239,588


1 DeflOlt or other reverse itm.


11,679.136


44,106,220











INTERSTATE 'COMMERCE COMMISSION

BLTREAL' OF T.%THTHC9

TABLE I.A--i 'MI.MI- "1 lillMARN "'ll \TIN RL'.LNi L \. Col .I jf CL.\,S I ,S ITCHIIN6 AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACOH OLA8S OF SERVICE,
H1 I'li- R I.' ,\. I' PIl(,IN. InR Till l.R EN.DLD DE LIMIER .11. 1935 -ConiL,,i-d


Amount


I. TRANSPORTATION RAIL LINE

Freights .........................................
PassBaenger *........*.**...*..........************
Exoes baeage ...............o............*....
Sleeping oar......*.*.. **..*
Parlor and ohbar oar .........,...........
Mall ............... .... .... .................
Exprees ............. .............*..I.....****.
Other paseeener-tran *.***......***************
Milks l ..l....i,**..o*,***.*.. *. ********"
Paseener service train revenue ..........*.
Bwitoebhin .................................**.
Special service train ...................... ...
Other freight-train ............................
Water tranefersa-FreigXt .........,..... ,

Water tranefers-Vehioles and live stook ........
Water tranefers--Othebr .........................

Total rall-line transportation revenue ........
II. TRANSPORTATION WATER LINE

Freitt ........................................
Paseenger .......................................
Excess baggage ..................................
Other passenger service .........................

Mall ...........................................
Express .............................. ,, ...........
Special service .................................
Other ......................................*..........
Total water-line transportation revenue ......

III. INCIDENTAL

Dining and buffet ...............................
Sotel and restaurant ..........................
Station, train, and boat privileges ***......******
Paroet room ....................................'
BSoraea--Frelgbt .............................**********
eSorase--Bagagee...................**************
eurra ....................*....***.....*****........
Telegrapa and telephone ........................
Or elevator ................................*****
stoJkard .....................*.................
Power ...................................... ....
Rents o" buildlea snd other proper ...........
Miscellaneous ...................................

Total lnoldental operating revenues ...........
IV. JOINT FACILITY

Joint raotllL--Cr. .............................
Joint faotlllt--Dr*. .............................
total Joint facility operating revenues ........

Ra way operating revenues assigeable .........

UOailgnable operating revenues
apportioned ........*........................
Crand total railway operating revenue ........

S ofilit or ether reverse itm.


T I


Soutbem di triot


Westem disltriot


Central Eabsero reason Pooahontas region SouLterr, region Horthweeterm region I central Western reLon Southwestern region
Aria| :l a Am JL hl aJUB[ bl s | a mhl .4 --at .ea.. --


Aslgriable
to freight
eorvloe


to pasbengar
&nd allied
tiflP-v| oe


Asaigiabl
to rreegbt
sarvias


o pasbcener
and allied
eerVlUoc


AsaLinable
to freiSoL
aervloae


to passenger
and allied
service:


AerlWiable
to freogiA
erv loa


to paseeeger
and a&Jied
eeroeas


Assetnahle
to frelegt
serloie


to pMaseea er
and aILLed


4 I 1 I 1 1 T I I I-


Aseignoble
to freight
eernaio


to poasenger
and 61144
ccntImc


Sl.,t94eI,, -- -









15,632,9 1.301,367 $26 $,.566,357 09'0,680 $20.589 16,902,M483 m9.g9







17.08,.383 l,301.367 6 4,566.357 9*0,0 20,5"9 ,90o2,~a3 o,911

















,3- g 5

2,1100 3, 32 5 3




5921 7 7- ,9, 7

,0" 3 ,0 .9 35,9

299,979 117.701 5,717 11,991 51.515 ,5"9 53 ,78.9r5 12,55


623 10 -
1 72,8 7-!.9 __ -1,21 ~ aj18s95


17.382,985 1A5.17 1,358.084 10.693 4.617,872 949,279 20,641 7,781. 28 E09,946

197,110 51 4 33.780 135 305.938 8.63


17.550,095


I."8.622


10.697


4al7SFE


*9i.e0v


31. u7


8087855 EldEIR


1750.9 10 ,9 4 61 87 98 03 ,36 6Of" s n


Ea efrf I larloet








2o INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3bl50 o BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE I--SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF OL I h I Si E.AM R\TIWAY FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR I N L iD lrCLMI4['R 381 1935

.Totals for distriolt

All districts Eastern 6arlOt B outhrn bl istrit Western daltrLot
Assigned Asn *"d LAind Aawnea Asstgned Asstgned Asigneda Ass pla
Account and and Md Wad and and and and
appor.lonea apportioned apportoned apportion pod apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passaog to to passenger to to passenger to to pamoenger
tr.e ht a allied frEight anad alld freight and allied freight and allLed

I. IUAINTMEu Of WAY AND STRUOTUIRIS
............... ..... ". 21 0, $ 92 3 99,21 5,166,4186 #.7 903 0,9137 g 3 510 8
... ,,,93 1,02... ,7 55,92 3, 1,019,510:91 0
tA ilu eo-e-"h .................................. 999,712 ,59.32 5,72,216 ,,0 5, ,554 1,561,101 9,219,:O
R .. .~.~.~.a rd ................................. :71 .. ..555 9o- 8: 0o 5,,59 -
Beadway-Depreoation-Other ................................7 470
Ohndoergalo power lubo--Ir4 ...............................
UItra. run power tube-)tOher .............................*
Underground power tubes-Depreolation- ................ -
Underground power tubee-Depreol tion-Othr ................ 1 11 -
2Ug1g =a7,ub0s1-OLber .............................. 1, 7439,4 95,2 27140,606 6329,4
1, 01a sub1y,;s:S r-1az ......--------::::***:* : 1 ,o;790 459,914 495:ae 271,205 Wo 3'29,l145 125,1*0
tunnels and ubys-ls~Dpr.ioOr ............................ ... -
funnels and subways-Depreiation-Ta.d ................ .......,27 g 2
Bridges, trestles, and oulelos-Yald.. ..................... .49' 5,050 g146000 27,M5 72,591 1,44 279,992 25,915
Bridges, trestles, and oulvesrtstar-- ...16......1, 5.9239 4,06861 1,781075 3.786,9 1,300,:04 ,2, 2,777,760
Bridges, trestled, and oulvers--Other ............. ...* 100 ,1 5,59,2 1
El edg.. ... aoe TA ...._....- ***-rt* .*0** ......... 72,5: 6,
Brldgeo, tr:-tle:, and ou.verS-DeprsolatlnOtWMr .3.....,7 171,62 72.492 23,253 239,20 133413 1596
Elevated struture- r ..................................... 1147 1,025* 0-
L Stesd struotre -Ctb ................................... a60 102:,2 24,605 100:,5'3 1- -3
Elevated Iusroutren-Depreolatlon-lsr ...................... _
El. weted it.rutures---preoo|Lt on-OtAhe ................. .... -
,d .....u..tur...pro................................ ,791 3,3 1,74 102,33 1,305,663 51,890 2,573,935 171,012
s-te ..................................................... 33:936 ,305 9;L,;6o45 3,133.4 6,79,019 2,81,017 17,,02 5.931.38
Tie-Deprei .......st ...................... 1,4114 -
Tie.-Depreolation-th l .......*............................* 1,691 1722 21,3 69J
-Dr ........................................ ........... 1 ,5********9 6*** 209 42,71 294,901 193: 4,009 ,7,2
Rail o--O ir ..................................... :::.. 10, 90O61 3,952,4183 3,163,927 1,175,063 2,899,66 94 96 1,752,
Iili-iDepre ol.ti.on-l d ................................... ..
RLIM-Depreolatltn-rboha .......................... 8...M.... 30, 211 3 2, 25,717 19,8" 5,012
Ot.Lr traok .atral--o o r ................................ ,i,4 7d65559 4,62379 16,920,01 4 7 346
Other trank .tOeria l-Other ................................. 55 75 7 1,920 2,3 3 25 5 2,16 2,
Other trash m.terl1-Deprelation-Td ........................ 40 0- 5973
Other track act ral-eipreiatiob..Other.....................4. 1409 14 44 20 13,5 9.99 1 ,61
Ba i st.l- ra ............toi ...................... ......... ... .. 6 9 2 6 2 ,2, ,501 1 ,0 62 5 0 9,7 53,
Bal L t-Other ..................................... ..... 00,; 9 131 2,0 1, 2,
B last-.Deprsealaton- ard .................. .. ......... -
alliat-Depreslat on-DOhe r................................ 3 3 -
oTra latag and surnfacngo-Bar ........................ ...* ,0 352,2
moa lins and murfsm tbr ....................... ..... 5 6 23,09,02,79 10 9505, 10.1 6
oRight-of..ay fenues-Other ..o............................. 1, ... 67500 14 903,
Right.-of-a"l enes-Deprooeltlon-Yard ..................... 25 2,4 a
Rtigt-orny fen loo-Depreollson- her..................... ...743 5 14 14
ow and sa= d 2nces and s.nowshed-a..rd..................... 0....15 125 1
Snow and sand fences and nowsheds.-Other ..................... 1 7 1319 6,596 4 175
BAow end sand fences and snowshmds-Deprelation-Yard ...... -1
ow ano d sad tenes ann d nowebeds--DepresLaLLon--thelr ..... 175 1 175 14

sros :ngs and igns- ard ..................................... 6 103 153.175 25.Z54 69 446 5,279 1,670 1960
Co g o and ss-Ota ................................. 6599 ,902 2.31.450 1,10 4 26,105
Orossngw and b igns-Depreo. ation-. rd............... ............. 30 0.706 317 I, 275
rodwina and ilgn-Depreliati -Other..................... 4......2 5.95 635. 97-1 0 6779 9
station and otise buildings................................... .900 5,339,59 3,457,16 3,251,21 1,794503 69,510 3.7785825 1,995.
tallron and offie buiDUpa-Deproat.on3..................1.424 10 1 413 15 143
way buildings ....................................... ... 1 5 352.,271 604 917 75776 32 1.775
Roadway buldinga-Dr .......................062 1,527 096 196 5506 2,092 3


Fule but.oi~n-Depreotion .. ............................. .2,330 3.065 1 ,1 1,560 449 1.156,04
Shop. and enlnehboue ....................................... 7717,5B 2 57.165 3,365,156 13 ,07 1M,12,60 361 3 3,59 .156,
Shops an enSimbouea-Depresatsto .... .................... 256,017 52,660 10,129 37,25 12,567 92,67
Grain elevator ............................................. 1. 0,70 11 371 -4









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE II-SUMMARY 01 Ihl'l.n1 1. 'r H',X L.,I' I:l \N0'INT. Nis ('i..\ L I STE1\ R.IL\H.\YS FOR EAOH CLABB OF SERVICE.
Hi i'iillll [, \iNl RHLI-l.1P FOR IBL E.,\AR ENIED DECIEMBIIF.R 31.1915 -Cooilnued


311
51ip


Totals for distriot
1ll dietriots Eastern district Southern district Western lditrict
Aesalned I Aelgud Aalsgned Aseigned Assigne Am gned Aslagned AsAlgoi d
Arc -.t and and and and and and and ad
appo riloned apportioned aportond appo rationed apprt ed pportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to 'o passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied re d allied

I. IAirMENiNCE OF CAT AND S"rRUJCrIRS Contrirjjed
Grain elevatore--Depr6lat in .... .... .... .... .... },} 6- 13,3 .
Storage aeooausd ..... .... .. .... .. 42,517 -519,700 22,29 6578
Storage -sexehc. s- -Deproalation .t -
Whare : an-r... ...... 1,862 436 6209,464 1,181.857 816,)320 1835.1 251.2 *37.
Wharvee aro d.;ccs--Depreoletilon .... .. .. .. .. 996 13.153 60 1,1
Coal and ore *nar e .... ,890,P7I 11,067 998.540 12,592 I 09, 1 0
Coal and or t .Larv.--Deprecl.ntll .. 7331 1,6 997,59 282 590,S
Baa proauOrin plants .. ... ... ..... ..... ....... 1,773 7,255 652 1.177 1,11 6.07o
.as produtrng pla.ta--Depreolatslo ...............
Telegrapn and telephone lines ........ 4,056,708 1.487.280 1.54*.546 667,423 805,125 276,757 1.707,237 543.100
Telegraph and telephone lnee-J-preolatlon .. .. .... .. 2,751 139 ,5912 1211 1,88 S97
Signals and Interlookere .... 10.195,56 6.759,190 5,224,305 ,9,00 1,87,867 1,009,960 3,123,396
Bigrals and interloorrer--Depreolatlc, .... .... .. a ..562 d 5 7 a 41.55i d 6.622 ,2p6 7,E} 2,707
Power plant i&mam, canale, ana pipe lines ....... ....
Power plant dame, canal, and pipe llrne--Depreciation -
Power plant b.uld ngs ..... .... 170,612 127,737 E8,961 ?6,9 20,36 8.6 66,275 22.799
Power plant bDildinga--Deprecia tioo .... ...... 3,6 56,921 26.280 1297 6, ,O6 1,75 1055
Power sbilatlaor. bldlnge .. ............9 22,622 2. 58 0,190 1,607 770 .,230 21,O2
Power eatoation tildl ang--Depreolation ................... 6.285 59,62 ,285 57,776 1,886
Power traneisseeto easteme ......... ......... ... ... 9O.1. 6 l0 '1g ?7,195 122,;36 40,709 21,550 13,570 5595
Power itrraamlBlir. e stem--Depreotatton .. ...... .. .. 8,72 89,926 8, 259 89,914 3
Power detlrlh.iton system .......................... ..... 7'7,3 53 1,776,868 49.,970 1,556,712 123.66, 125531 133.47 9L6.6^
Power distrlotiooln eyeteme--Depreooatlon ..... ....... .. 13,3 9 176. 29 12, 18 176,70 1 8
Power line poles and fitures .. .. ............ ........... .. 295,761 118,162 135,90 71,907 92.390 ,68
Power line poles and f uitrea--Depreocat ion ............ .. 50,951 3 .522 50,8 564,515 o5 7
Underrroad ord.l. ..... .. ..... ....,416 31,-66 6,226 33,84 A 1 190 6
Underground oondult -Depreclatlin ....... ..91 1 91 6
elaeoj strutire-Depreciation .......... 3 7 13
e E.. atr.tue...... ....... 123,1 3659 36,258 13,657 20,960 6,968 66,u8 1s
Pa g ... .. .... .. ........, 6l560 76,779 ,999 17,210 6,213 59 1 368
PaVri-, -Depre LtIo. ...... ....... .. .. .. .... ,128, J.1 128. 2
Roadey maChlnes .... ........... .. .... .. .. ,012.197 1,388,5 1,6,tO 50,39 759.50 259 1,86,01626,5
Roadway omiahie p--Depre ta r. ........ 11,291 1.339 1,045 36 2,335 1 7, 59
Small Lools L.nd B.ppe .. ........ 160.993 1,482,335 1,500,269 601,128 777.116 26 ,03 1,88,U608 8,
Reoln g mra,. e, and mand ..... ............... ......... .... a885,528 2.115,587 3,150,559 1.555,578 27.,785 89 146154
ABeseseenia for pt.blloa provements ..................... 287,600 100,922 31.235 9,519 10,770 2,395 245,595 89,008
l.julreas to persos. ............. ........ ....... 1.975,769 751,551 859, 7 385,885 280.690 85, 114 385.290 55
Isuane...e ........................... 1, 56, 603,302 236,552 27,e59 s9.32 6275.35 208,590
Stationery and pritt n .... ... ........... ... 37 2 131,2 2 12,107 52,791 69,503 22.535 163,816 55,936
liher expenses ......... ...................... ............... 23),055 6, 162 136,092 36,720 53,954 17,833 43,009 13.609
Total ..................... ...... ........... ... 28,,384,882 104,03,032o, 103,502.732 44,42o,590 55,515.085 18.757,507 124,367,065 40.851,927
Iarintalning Joint tracks, yards, and other lacolltles--Dr ...... 12 94,8 79 6.941.170 4.722,728 3,615,528 2,30,846 967,255 .917 226 0359.)87
alntaintoag joit traon., yards, and other facEllltie-Cr. ......... 9,368,864 ,1S 1 3.088,944 2,232,827 1,885,oo6 do,851 .:3991 1.37.
Equalizatlon-Way and struotl.es .................. .... 9 2,726 21.72 21,726 12,000 3.000
Total-All depreolation auconmte .... 2.2,05,516 1,072,751 3 0,980 734.742 664,105 246,711 1.170,431 91,7 2
Total-All otrer malntenanoe of way and struoturee aocounta 28.719.575 105.773.059 104765.56 45068,59 55.253.095 18.919.126 12k.730.9462 -iJ 7.4-
Total maintenanoe of way and structure .................. 28b69559~ L.b8 I 0 .1,U L.5.bJ 45;8 2:91 -5;91720 19.16b0)7 125.901.75 t1.876.42
Il. INTFRASiO OD EQUIPKEIlT
Superlntendenoe .. ....... .. 19, 02 6,95.9 8,379,107 3.39.30 3, 629 ,166,O 6,85666 6 2,1,403
Shop machLnery ................ ............ ................. 8,00 783 317 3,61 ,432 1 221 91,696 2,97,
hop h pea n ............................819 126077 197,091 99. 282 117,3 35 .16 1 5 ."
Power plant ma.otnery .. ..... ... ....................... 1,791,B97 1,000,366 910,b}6 750,155 3L6,757 56,196 512.50 19,015
Poser plant m.oninery-Depreciation ...... ..... .....178,794 307,976 151,962 297,617 24,590 57 2,2 10,302
Power substation apparatus .......... .. 165,616 378,991 117.1 360,831 21,741 2,830 26,720 153
Poser substation apparatus--Depreclatlon ....... ... 8.763 207,025 8. V 06,980 19
Btem locomaotivee-Repallr--Tard .... .. ..... .... L31.75,22 2,592,136 16,183. 19 1.1ho0,847 5 .2o,2 419.4B7 10,063,91 76910o
team looooies--Repr--Other ... .. ....... ..... L25, 89.417 66,070,112 51,646,795 29.318,568 25,474,*3 12,659,992 61,368,579 24.091,552
Other locomotlnes--Rpaire .......... ........... ... 1.603,096 2,395.504 1,036,192 2,211.397 363,663 1,075 203.241 1830.32

d Deflcit or other reverse item.
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S. INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE l-SSUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I ST AM BAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED [I'l. t.Hi R 31,1935 -Continued

Totals for distri ot

All districts eastern district SBouthern distrlot western district
Aount Assine signedl Assi-gned esi" ed Asignaed Assignaed Asatged Asi 7
ound and and ad msd. utnd aan nr
apporton portion pportond around pporto pportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to ptasenger to to passenger to to pUsner to to passenger
freight ana allle freight freight m at.ieA freight dnd allied
Service services service sOer lice eroice sWervies eoowtnuse

11. KAINEEA IE OF Z QUIPVV NT Continued


Freight-train otas-epalre ........**...******........**.**********
lassenger-train oar>-Repalrs ......................................
testing equipmeat-Iepaire ..................*...............****.****
Work eqalpment-lleplrs .........................*.....*** .........
lisealluronse equilpment--Repalrs ..................*...............
Equipment retirement .....................................*******
Enraordi 7 rtireents-Equ pment ................ .............
qulpment depreolition ...........................................
Injarlee to persons ...........*..........................***..***
Ineurlanos ...................... .......*..**...........*..........
Ittloairy and prlating ............................*.*...****.....
Other expenses .......**.......**** .*. ***************************
Ftal .......................................................
Maintaining Joint equipeut-Dr. ....................-....****..**
aInlatninsg Joint equipme t-r. .............*.o.*.......****.


IIi. TuWAT

Ot sIda agenoles ................*......**************************
Advertlllng ............................*** ....................
Traffle aeloariltion ........... ..............*.................
rast freight line ...... ......................................
InoniStrl and Isigration bureas ............. ....... ........
rnuro ....... ............... ..................... *........
Ittlonery and printing ..........................................
Other expenses ............. ................*..*..............
metal traffic .................................................
IT. THAWEPORTATIO-HAIL LINE
asperlntcesdne ..................................................
Dilpatohlin train ................... .......................
BSation emplo ees ..............................** ...........
W i~da& Inspection. and demurrage bureau ........................
mol mand ore dumar ........................................ ...
Station lmpplies aend spenrl ....................................
Tuardlterl and yard clrkl ....*e.......-.........*........*.
ord odnotors and broken ........................................
Ion4 sItob and signal tender .....................................
Tard enginumn .................. ........................-* .. .
lord tm ...................................................
hel for ard lo oouotli ...........................................
Tard ewitltC power prodluooe ......................................
ard switbhing powar puMraobses .....................................
Water tor yard loomotlves .............. ....... ...... .............
Labricants for rpai loomative ....................................
Other sppliss for Taro loomo olte ..............................
blg ose expenuesp .............................................
Trd applies and expense .............. ........................
Tal enr amenw ..............................................
tran matorun ......................... ....................
fhel for train loomotives ..........................................
ran power predneOs .................................... ...
Train por purha ................................................................
lser fror trUai loaomot s .....................................
LabwlAmat f r trSi loooutives ................................
Otbhr mppilesl for train loomotives ..............................


0144.676,308
2,768
3,930,912
285,141
1.693,788
152,494,166
1,970,739
2,471,586
571,2305
)57,923


"1.299.1i;
906. 5
1,930, 5
125.250
211,131
37,?94.1839
799,9101
7,71*
203,NO0


059,839.1


148,253
691,119
61181115,03

,' aM


655,4106


110,621
18,294.295
534,996
25065


$31,972,433

9 6.928

360,759
31,66947
27Z:263
281, 69
132:S?
732


29,917
5,484,0o44

59,32,
19,780


152,864,062
314

106.99
641,880


957,920
101,798
85,545


1-9,T9s

50,580

70.593
13.6 1,.8


26.965


502,390,633 176,790,664 215,564,074 83,278,022 103,237.302 29,709,633 183,589,257 63.803,009

1A2;2;055 194:9
o03,191,072 178,031,476 215,998,710 ,0ollo,424 103,355,022 29,870,126 184,137,310 64,120,526


214 7,9946,224 ,t 310 3,531,091 5,290,7 1,413,080 8,147,5 412 3,052,05
0;7'071 10, 3 7 6,121,052 1,6,91 12,3503,B5 8,181,796
397, ,55 9 ,7,6 13053 1,211 6 4,55,
2.307,311 09 102,468 349,21 87,0 1,12,01 150,51
3,(07 g%2,47 -

1,193 624 29 ,110 342,441 I 330,18 94,395 520,995 18,o0
6 09 13,981 13 e 4,25 1,8A 7,65 8,081
1777 1, 092 2 5810 1,018,810 131,219 1,800,275 141388
319, 0336 9, 1,40 8,802 16058 9,8 1,878
62,157,782 32,049,583 24.830,879 10,6690,3128 13,251,851 4,807,079 214,075,052 16.573.18


29,837,639
10,799,404
130,802,960


8,052,.O5
82,363.3 8
5119A
864,834
27,979,01%
52,701
130,186
2, 71,652

812, 3

9150,496
933.
126,120,928
581, 89
10,4 ,839
1::19


9,79] .204
8,861,538
39,536,848
57

5,652 ,075
2,200,262
7,144,256
1,239.514
4,115,897
640,957
8,074,160
122,234
254 1284
207,438
65.9


6,001,836
47,030,28
1,43))33
3,818,
3 :Big:
971


3: 578395
4,057,625
18, 193,28
40, R 183
3,975,228
25,557.476
729,079
13,019,758
52,760
1,311,394
39, ]lD






1&4,30,836
1:266: ^5,


4,407,919
18,989,252
57
Si

1308,746
"099:861

2,150,18
698,948


95 29
3266


3:, .309
18,89,579
1,279,9 8
6,55,836
1,536,88

MIT


5,622',2a

23 24,147
1,o47;356

6,719,001



li4,3:



13,8]
16:

16, 26




1*,l6,5:9l
1,5910

1,821 396
6879
36:13


1,782,609


11,609



8851
829.889

319,157

12 o






2567,907
,W7
392,317

8,.39,11
618.43o


73.5a5


732,"31
18,019,197








303,795
30,379






54,679,006
775:871
4, 405
1,574,591
736,287


,83,415
111,500,955


1,701,,09



22,009
736,
936,


782,332

1
20,96k


1.831.11
19,970.893
1U,214
1,618,58
928,039
367,635


I


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICl
TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY IJPERATIi LXPONSE ACCOL'UI- III- 'L.AS. I SIEAM R.\ILW'.\lS FOR E,ACB CI AB OF SERVICE.
BY DIY ikiI I ) AND RLGI';IS, FOR THE .L.\R [.lDED DjLCEMBLR iL 1936 -i .nlinued

iot0l Ifor IlLtrIrts
Ali districts asLern district goutnern dbi Lat. Western district
AoooiIt ae ud Asletaned AsLigno Aslepged Assi.ned Assigped AnIlged AasiGneD
nAccod ad ana and and and an and
apportioned apportlones apportioned apportor.ed apportoned apportioned apportoned pportioned
S to passenger to to paneenger to to passenger to to passenger
freibht and a fr h nd allied and llied fregh and allied fregt and allied
s__ervice noeroses series services service services service services
IV. TRANBPORTATION--RAIL, LINE Continue
Enginehouse xpanse--Traln ............................................ P619 11 .3O .96, 493,495 o2,1,0O
Train supplies and e *xpene ............................................ 6,.6 30 ,, 1;,61,52 i 8~, :49231 1 4 .1
TraInmen ................................... .......................* .2. 2 20,01. .05,4: 52.4,:, '9
Operating sleeping oare ........................************ ..............* 62 2900 5 1 .
Signal and interloker operation ...................................... 11,605,609 7 6.507 6.575,14S 4,71b,79) 1,367,l45 778.165 3.663,316 t.07
Crossing protection ................................................ ........ '. 2 4620,1772 ,.499.957 867,075 "495,49 2,E46,9 1,20,8
Drawbridge operation ................................................... 1... ,76 '48 6.2 596.73 8 : 07a. 7 l7
Telegraph and telephone operation ...................................... 5, 05, 1,5 2.073,700 74,2 fg,61 217,93 2F i
Operating floating equipment ..................................... l3 5.. 12, ,65 2.373,0 3 999 3i7 951 1,19
Express service ......................................................... ... -1 23.941 -
Stationery and pntn........... ...........................:....... 4,., 3.4,o 2.09,71 81., s6,is4a 243,. 1,.,,o 59, 10
Other panea ...................*........................... 2 0 53 30,43 6. 41
Inoe anoe ................... ................................ o 30.70 471. 6 u1.561 261,319
0.1 i.ol11. 26912.19 192. 7r.4
Clearing wrooke .......................................................... .0*S *j.o 55 10,01 i15.. 592,973 19,2 490 5
Damage to property .............................................. 95 .i, 0. 686,4:4 23 6,43 272,690 y125.s 6239 1935
Daageto live Jtock on riet of way .................................... 92,71) 651,930 6 4.890 31,028 47,62 2145,727 90.81 375,175
Lon and dmas-Fright ............... ................................ 1,24,9 126 8,00. 7 126 2,65,7- 6,Ao77
Loss and damage-Boasggage ............................... 0,698,713 489 3.1 9,39 1,561385
Injuries to person .....................................................01.*.*... .9765,1 6,050,22 ,637,147 o1, E
Operating Joint yards and terminnale-Dr. ............................... 26,742, 18.977.548 10,OSi.90 9,155,7588 5,386,335 ,45.88 10,B74,152 5,97,471
Oprating Joint yardL and t.erinals-Cr. .................................. 1523 9,2 5.905,)92 ,,981,617 6.79 4,355,75 1J,06,is 5,571,71 1 76 o,
Op ~tting Joixntro t trake faolitie-r........ ....................... .... 77 ,220,212 3.12.071 1.569,597 1.,04,54 323,532 3,5r82 .7 l3,7
Operating Joint tratks anda follltle--Or. ............................ 6,530.399 2,.971?4.496b 2,92,23 1. 09.219 510,092 50,.770 2,791,84 l,6;, 5O7
otal t.raneportation--H ai line ........................................ 90,.540,097 3}0,a,3g 409.827.735 164,548,751 155,105,636 5.4117.121 3)3,606,726 122>,82,476
V. TMANBPORTATION--WATII LINE
Operation of vessels ......................... .......................... i.315. 316 2|,11 159.720 1, 46 n3, n
Oplera on of terminae..................................................... .... 1} l 7,19 3
InoiBAntal ............................................................... 162,91 13,184 8,74 162791 ,gW
ortal trunsportolaon--Water lne ..................................... 3.412.941 310,974 155,752 3.112,981 155.192
n. IIISOElL.AUEOUS OPERATIONS
Dining and bfftet seriboe ............................................... .... 2a,270o,01 9,682.364 ).241,012 9,147,1w4
Hotels and resturants ................................................ ..25 1,769.130 90.243 395.625 90,39 11,59 307584 1,235 ,
rain elvatora ................................................................ 6 59 15 ,35 32,516 2
Btootyard .....3.. ............ ...............................1..... 1 1,
Prauolng po r cold ......................................................... .5 ,10 26,65 2,9 0 1,10. 6.0617 1, 1,0
Other rlSollae.oa opratlone ........................................... 3 65 526,05 ,9 1 102 14,271 137,1S 4,0,:0
Total lsosll.neoni operatione ...................................... .....151.622 21,563.791 1.007, q39 10.131,971 1 63,893 3,799.36 940,290 10,731.414
V I. O GENERAL
Salaier and ixpnnsesof general off. ... ........................... ... 11,205,391 366,705 ,2 76, l,39266 o,23,2 6 2,67,6 ,55911
Salaries and expesnes of olerk and attendants ...................... 5?,6119 1,7,32 22,797,2, 5.552,718 10,547,7 2,327,794 2,266,57
o7 ratio no 539.:f 1 7 1
Taol e pn a ....... ..... ......................... ...... ........ : ......S ,6 i 1o 1,8 8 28, lS .7S ;
Total ....ra......en .................................................. .1085,1 3 0,94674 1 5,762 3 .422.981 I,55.6,0

Relief department xpenese ............................................ 27.5,2911 53, 217,67o 1417,77 4.1,24 6 64,1 17,0025
Pransl tosa. r .... ................. ................... ............ 19,12.723 ,27,69, 12,49 5,633,1. 4 2,225,691 767,803 4,t1.,534 1a,878,
Stotnoney ad ....................................................... .... 2,205,0 600,60 82,376 25,22 5 112,
Pedtin.n- ne powero.. ........................................... ....... 16,506 1.26:686, 76 .,
Other expenses.. ..................... .............................60 .91
Total misellnos., orao.ns ................................................ ..r,,, 1563.79 1.00,439 16.8 3.399


Total general expense .........f........................ ........... 107,855.7141 3.,75,ol 48,.678,bB9 16.496.411 19,.59.66 5,321,072 9.641.559 13., ,556
VII. BUA 8PaTaTION rOM INrVBMUT--O-. ............. 3,. 754,685 3g.2709 166.316 3.589 1411.709 11.335 2.569,660 17,785
Total l raslla operstinsg a pensas alsgnde .......................... 1,870,813,671 717.492.334 1 4.713.682 332.142.781 311.914.359 115,969.436 719,15.633 5 2i9a380.117
Uniss I d eprtns u pinse s and e pponloned .......................... 2.957.955 1.477.56 2,111.367 1,134.590 Z15.412 4.490 531,176 338.376
Grand total rally operating ..penss ............................. 1.873,771,629 718,969.790 806.825.04 33277,371 146.929.771 115.973.926 720.016.09 69.71.493







INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-BUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM I H.l."' 1 FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER '1 1 35 -r-, w~rmd

Totals for regions
leatern 4astriot S southern 4ritriot

Aoaount A ine Assigned Asin
apportioned apportiolnd apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportloned
to to passenger to to pe oZngor to to passenger to So pIsemeder
freight anid allied fretlri an alle fSight and all e1 fright and all ie
sermvoie servTios 8... efle ..tS_6AEL. o sel'yireq om ery- -.- o servc }9e

I. IUIXNANE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES

., ., nd. 76 )g f t,g64,7 ll.745.1791 7 1,724,g93E 1.6bb,822 $271,767
Super ntoodence .................................................... 7,22 522. 1464.7 75 ,o 1,72, 2 1,66 6, 7
Poedwmry .i .tenado.-Tard ............................................ 15i S5 7 79 50 51 8 6 2I.a07 16,107
Roadar maintenanre-o-t ber 1.............. ,57858. 39. ,8 2,2211,900 398,281
Poadw -Depreo tatlon--Yrd ............*...........**... ****... ...* 70 -
Rondway-Depnol tlion-Other ....................................... 47
Underground power tues-Ta.rd .................... ***................
underground power tubes-Other ............... ...............**...*****
Underground power tubee--DepreolStlon--Yard ........................
Underground power tubes--Depreolon-Other .......................- -
Tunnels and subwaye--Yard..........................................
ruSn~l;SS2 4bS6:,O~har :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : 3 61,56 9,6.3150,774 7
Tunnels and iubmare-Other ......................................... *********
Tunnels and rffbwaye-Depreol tlorn-Yard .....................o....... 1
Tunnel. and ubm.,--Depreoleatono-Other ........................... .... 00 oo 7- 6 1 1 207
Bridge trestles, and oaverta--ard .............................. .. 0 600 5.7 6 667 9 81 16
Brdgeso trestles, u d oler.--Oer ............................... .54 425,50 5,660 69 1. 1
BrIdges, trestles. t ad oulverta--Depreolartln-tard ................. 1 657 34,9 5,4 1,6 17,37
BrlIges, treesles, and oulverte-Depreolaltio-Other ............... 1,657 1 159

Elevated etnroturse--O er .......................................... 97.9T0 214,605 2, .
Sev t d si o t re --o eprecl1tL=....rd ............................
Elevated struo ares--Deprolatlon-Othrd ...........................
Ta----rde ......................................................;... .. ,9 16,296 945,706 516263 791,' ,75. 222,451 .'
Tles-- O=r ......................................................... 51,.. 5.4,52 1,01465 1.430.195 3,999,397 1,165,833 935,621 162:226
TIe --Depraolatlon--Yerd ......................................... -
Tles--Depraolatlon-Otaer ..............*....**......**..................* -
Rails;9 29:7.2 26.100 1 0o ai 2,5
...-Dp on-T........ rd...r ....................................... 6 7, -
Rails--0ther............................................. .., 1,72,613 643,197 17,069 345,12 050
Rll-Depreollon--r ..........................................- -
Rair-Doeprenlat --l-Other .........................................

other rret atersl --.nra.::........... ............. ................. 16 10 3 0 1 1
Oter tan st-erertL-On b e ......................................... 36 5 250.-701 2.5653. 976.370 1,69639 690 92667

other treat -atersl-Depre lt ion. th .....................................
aelst-Y rd ....................................................... 1...- 19. 2,616 21
SOler tl ta- rt r-D.preol.o....... ................................ -.... .5 .P9 1.,0 7 3? 06 0 ,77 11
Sall ls-Deprsoltl.n-Y.ar ......................................... -
Track lying end Surfealng--othr ........................... ... ...... .6 110O:9< 1,2276 10;13g;200 5,605: 9; 915;5 2,92,902 571:9*.
Rlght -of'- fno ne--Other .. ................................

RIght-or-e .eni.a.--Depr..stl.n--oS& .............................. -
RIght-of-uj fenos--Depreolellon--Other ............................. -
Bnor eid aind en*oa s d nowahads- rd ............................... 6B 51 12 7 4
Tnoe anl sndL fno nd s nowohlwd--Other ............................ 2.195 1.603 S,-9 3,1;0 2,190 12,.6 -
Snow uA sned fence ed noi --Dpraolstlon-Ya- d ............. -
now in unre fencs ead *no.lhed--Depnoloattoa- r ............ -
Oro. si na end gns-Yrd ........................................... 22,69 5,55 5,79 12,927 ".,697 1. 672 20,6 6 1. ,1i
OroeSlag. s il sh r ..e............ ..................................22,90) 2447,7Ts .l,.94 I'3;091 061,6l3 106,759 253,32. ,9.064
Oroing. nd *lgfo-Doeprol.tlon-Yrd .. .............................- -

Stotlon and otfloe bl1dlln--nDpcreo9tolon ......................... 1,11 750 2,2160 1 ,726 1494 3,26 10,160
Roda buld ngs ................................:...................: .. 29.175 17,079 79,;)60 1,105 96:201 2.675 67,910 11,270
a.ter ::ntlon-Dpralstlon ........................................- 5 65 5 a9 ,691o

Iuel statons....................................................... ..3.672 23,301 279,160 02,260 2B2,50. 70,207 SH,233 l1,366
Fuel teutln -- rep oatabton.................................... ... .. ,79 l, 16., 95 1,3706
S nops I en -fneoue .......................................... .. 2, 906 2, 1,760,1 29,2 9 1,,22 67.920 1.66753 3
rhop. enda elgnebouse--epreoltton. ... ..............................9 1.- : 973
Grain latortos ...................................................... -157 1. 119,25











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BLUREAL OF SATTISTILS

TABLE II-BUMMARY OF PFRMAF;R ijlRtIN\ H' EXPENSE .ICCI \(lI' Of CLS.\1S I STEAM R,\.ILWAYS FOR EACH CLABB OF 8ERVIOE,
ill Di6i lRIr'i A.h, REGII.'Ni.. 14l"R 11liI \L.\R ENDED L [ CEMBER 11.1935 -- nt.mnued


Acoount


I. MAINTUNllOAN OF JAY AND STRICTURES Continued

Grain elerators--Depreolatlon ............ .........
Storage warehoueee ............................................
Storage warehoues--Depreolat on .... ................ .......
Wharren and docke ............... ........... .....
Wharme and dooke--bepreolet on ...............................
Coal and ore wharea .......................... ........ .
Coal and ore wharres--Deprooaition ... ............. ..
3ea producing plants ............... ............................
ae produang plants-Depreolatlon ............................
Telegraph and telephone liees .............. .. ..
Telegraph and telephone linee--Depraeiation ... ..............
signals and itaerlooker.................. .. .............
81igale and interlookerd--DepreOlatLoo .................. ..
Power plant dame, oanale, and pipe lines .......................
Power plant anme, oanala, and pipe 11aes--Depreolatlon ..........

Power plant buildings .......... .............................
Power plant buildinge-Depreotatlon ............................
Power substation building ........................... .....
Power substation buldinge-Depreolition .......................
Power tra emlselon eyesee ..................... ............
Power traneaealon yd eteis--DepreoLatlori ......................
Power dletrlbntlon letsmm ................ .... ... .. ....
Power distribution Ieteam--Depreolb&tir ....................
Power llne pole and fturse..l ...... ..................
Power line poles and fIxtur-e-Depreolatlon .................

Underground oonduiti ...................... .... .... ....
Underground oondulte--Depreoletl on .........................
,Meoaeaneou aetruature. .....................................
MBeoellaneouB Btruoturse--Depreolatlon .....................

PRni e a............................ ........ .................

Roadway mac hnea--Daproolation ............................. ..
Small tools and suppile c................................. ..
RHeaoing now, 1ae, and sand .................. .........

Aeesamente for public mprovementa .......................... ..
Injuriee to person ............ ..............................
lneureaOe ................... ........... ...............
Statloner al d prnting .......... ........... .................
Other expenaee ......................................... .......

Total .

Malotalining Joint Lracke, y&rde, and other fallll ee--Dr ......
Maintaining Joint traoke, y&rdse and other faallttle--Cr ......
Equallration--Way and truotmure ................................

Total--All depreoltaton onount ..........................
otal--All other mainterr.noe of way and rtruoturee aocounta.
Total maintenance of way and structure .............. ..

11. MAIUTENAHICE OF EQUIPMENT
Superintendenee ................................................
Bhop aohlnery .................................................
Shop mobhlner- -Depreolaatlon ..................................
Power plant maohinery .........................................
Power plant achinary--Depreotation .........................

Power substation apparatus ............... .. .. .. .........
Power eubatatlon apparatue--Depreolatlon .....................
Steam looomotlee--RepeaLr--Yard ...............................
Steam loeoootivea--nepalre--Other ..............................
Other looomotlves-- ep lre .............................. .......


Total, for regions


and
apportIonedA
to
freight


- 1~
taeterm o.i.etrlet


aN.. Eg l I g agjoln I rea l e 1 n rai t.-
Assined aAgene Boo esiged ss


and
apport oned
to pameenger
and allied
~rrnat. tl


and
apportioned
to
freight


end
apport Loned
to paeeenger
and allied


o agnso
and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to peeseoer
and allied


and
apportioned
to
freight


...... ----. Barros- La I... Marylon


61.171
191,810

36,031


85, 09

R90.708
d 7 10
-

4,169
13,200
139



133,L58
7,652
-


3,097

3,616.



162.?)

853
92,961
80,989
12, ;7
1 2 9y


*654
-












95
b2,63b

708,570
a 656 829
-


8,150

342
5,895

2653146

14.950


-
5.591
508

71,988

106,519
45.525
142
81,830


535


69,119
429.635

275,106













13,872

137,sa4

17,43k


5,701

25. 331

19.676
56

























1,045

1,208,628
-
-























15,587
17,4;
25. -32





39,67i


6107,17)
-


1.153

1853,045

1,578,969
-
-

55,671
7,555
37.21

44, 757
20,660


29,245

J,618

18,315

213.275
3b
257,076
385,624

),093
190,858
102, 52
21,960
31,061


$9.410
560,412
60

687,403
97,859

879,010

2,015,071
508
-

35,002
13,080
588
6, 1

5,259
21862'8
12,718
42T 77n


525
7,830

11,989

572,74

562,"4i
1,0o7,506
17,916

20,158
20,158


655.,93



24
-




421,741

1,66.,521
207
-


19,909
12,290
168.776
8,920
89,914

176,740
82,552
364;,15

4,609
4,177

16,176

217,134

237.533
711,429
6.,84
113,197
81, 67
22.26}
5,124


13.

170,99
3, 06
lo.6)6
45,282

107.5125

697.567
-









97,1-77
123,4576










1 ,:2




272, 6
8,805


10,064, 78 6,o55,780 49,720,282 18,193,505 43,718,072 19,571,i05 18,134,769 3,309,797


S8,62 1,089.511 2.b91. 2 1.012.959
1 1,369 75,392 1,702,132 1,255,077

10. 17.9'
00, O .1 50,68.1 0 79111


2u n.F 09 9IF 17.9U.352 1~, ,9 'ti elouu ,, 3 1


b17,664
222, 12
35,348
105,030
2,050
-
1,021,893
,644,993
318,709


50,709',q)


1,13),058 509,960
902. 58 2, ,2)
21.726


44,490
71 )l$ mm0


+ + I I 1


18,087

-
179,885
3,635,579
5,8, 398


, 74 3,65)
1,69,81
".020
255.93V

11,737

-37,
4,"75,021
370,.89


1.310,565
72s,061

269.185

145.276
653, 519
1},288,172
403,165


4,017,790
1.695,739
19},071
616, 898
15.998
10o3,68
88.744
7, 6b,705
23, ul o62
'.6, 5s5


l,620,6s6
6a0,173
99.282
397.279
111,530
216,793
206,980

12.99,717


1,47',2g6


24.590

18,219
1,778,6k0
7,507,X0
312.708


d Deficit or other reverse Item.


ad
apportloaed
to passage
and allied


61.550

-


42,252
.
325.678



3:,6o6
),066
356
18,135







5.11i





109
37,.778
gg.
17,90)
498

R ,
2:1


192,274

21,726


235.'50
117,619
18,276
57
1,007
-
76,847
2,501,085
1,075


-- -- ,vn ; .1


I





ner et or other reverse Item.


Easter dietriot


South d t A


l,5l4
I LL IOQ


10r.1s.03)1


r.bb,9599


1.9I1,)o7J


*-|,1*.'**V


eu,ela.UUO


1M1)Ty!fTV


"rs).VIJ)


1.2b.2,79









.6 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
6150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE 11-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS (t I \- I i IT" r 't.\\'8 0Ai pOR EAOH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR t N M1 il '1 1. II I.I-i -I4ontinued

Total for regions



and and and and and and and nd
apportioned apportioned apportoned apportioned apportioned apportiond apportioned appertloned
to to pauj nge to to passenger to to passenger to to passenenr
freigh and allied freight ai alled freight and allied fretOht and allied
... ....a_ e rorise s o -e s a odz U s e e r vi o e ... e r n s ne r v i n a r v l .


1. MAINTENANOE OT E2~IPE4 T Oontlnued
FretLgbt-tra oare--Repalro ................< *.........**
Paesenger-train sara-Repalr r......**..............*......
Flolasng eq.llpment--Repairs .............................
Work equpment-Repalre .................................*
lMscellaneoue equIpment-Repstrd .............*.........
Equipment retirement .... .............................**
Extraordinary retlreonale -qnt s--qulpa .: ..........:.... ..
Equipment depreolAeton ...................***..*.........
InJuries to peroonel ...... ......*. *-* *
Tnjuries to peros....................................*.......
Tnvuran:o;.............................................
Stationary and printing ........,......*..............** *
Other expense ..,........... **..... **.......**....*..*****
Total ..............................................
Malntalnlng Joint equlpment--Dr. .........................
MaintaIning Joint eqaipmenIn-Cr. ..........................
Equlllaton--EqulpmenL ........................*..*.......**
Total maintenance of equipment ......................
I1Z. TRAbFIO

Supsernlendenoe ......................................
outtd a6gen s .............................. .............
Traffic aasoolatlons ......................................
Fast freight lines .....................................
Indutrial and imtgraltion bureaus ........................
Itreurano ............................ ....................
Bsl onery and printing ....................................
Other expenses ......................... .............. ..
Total trafio ............................. ........
IV. TRANAPORTATION-RAIL LIME
Superintsodenae .......... ......................... .....
lepetohlog trains ......................................
station employee .........................................
Weighing. Inspection, and deaurrge bureaus .......
Coal and ore wharves ..................... ............
8trlaon eupplles and expenses ............................
Tardatere and ard olerke ........................... ..
elad oonduotore and brakemen ..............................
YTd switoh and Lgunal tender ............................
Taed Onglnseen .........................................
lard motor en...........................................
Fuel for yard IOoOtole.L ...............................
lard witohiog power produced .........................
lard lwitolhng power purchased .........................
Water for yard oooootive ................................
Lubrioante for yard looomotlve ..... .............. ....
Other eupplieI for yard looomotlvee .......................
Blaneshoume wenea-Ysard ................................
Tard snppliee and expenlre ......... .... ...........
Train notaen eg o.........................................
Train aOtoraen ............................................
Fuel for train loooaotllivea ...............................
Train power produced ......................................
?rain power purchased ....................................
Water for train locomotlves ...............................
Lubroalnt for train locoaotlve ..........................
Other eupplles or train Looomotllve ......................


63,504,149
2:7,67
243,872
8,686
72,907
3,875,030
102,179
141,686
16,226
4,885


$2.255,677
147 12k4
Z.396
32,781
2,200 ,457
75,137


2,:457


$27,670,225
1,578,183
1,018,284
S47, 93
379,061
30,790,792
526,159

98,1b
120,73b


2774, 693
13,


53,027
6,961,550
230,751
IF.l5
r5:,A


28,665,439
1,297:093
906, 5
91, 671
239,181
29,749,2
509,725


73,128


$10,897 417
380,713
'5,226

24,813

292,108
86,277
67,550
20,097


7,957 ,685
67.957 "



151,472
12,184 53
,86575


46,010


1, 397 0o6



6,2R5
1,20,85


76,55971


14, 8,756 9,879,688 101,003942 34,116.562 100,371,76 38,981,772 33,017,76 5,718,963
2 152,4 692,082 467,699 70,059 1 55 7 66,
1034 72 5 110,221 69, 162,611 216,277 3,863

14,253,234 10,032,068 101,362,509 34,774,04o0 100,32,997 39,234,716 32,960,80 5,781,144


6 6 35601 5, 2,597 1,,1462 5 1 ,724,616 1,10.932 250,129
'01 2,5, 1;7 64'
57; 22924 5,16152 1Z76 ,3143l l;?7995 L,"1,111:403 304, 277
10931A 0 62,118 932,1 7 61455 1,1 ,657 10.292 3119672
623 7865 357,09 2 436,303 292 .426 9.713
32,4071

25, 62 1,823 204,150 12,09 112,429 7- 42,036 13,56
1 974,791 18, 3 5 ,769 1
155 38,609 952,9 3 195, 75 512 57 7 17,67
2.199 6,21 763,713 5,953 5750
1,395,773 1,088,235 12,559,7145 4,295,038 10,875,361 5,286,045 3,005,314 945,>86


1,158,731
207,577
6,8 011,799
38,689
129,614
435.595
1,250,409
2, 320,29b



1,228, 81
2,3,111
a 021
25,904
12,2}8
?91,006
111,108
2., b.72


129,333
380,279
253,111
120, 890
52,186


67k,216




)49. 9d

13}.l90
31,637
U, 885
159,182
3.260
8.032
3,488
1,653
o},b619
12,436
2, 372,639
535,187
3,12b,120
?2'9,387
bl6,e87
160,923
88,090
61.156


6.895,280
1,360,130
27,711, 27
678,538
1,288, 70
2,097.778
91,6 0,85
I18.1,245
ll,904,1329
"99,049




170.:77
3,312,213
16.093. ?8

23,929,002
125: 5
2,01,194


1,819,131
989,998
8, 578, 6e7



99, L87
1,705;677





46,047
15,619
15,810
27d.011
150,952
8,157,891
&71,019
a, 156, '4


711,050
169.681


6,787,303
3,253,277
21,90},109


,'124,252
7, 31,9. N
20,137,642


136,198
5,317,397
509

2, 6.:0


2.597,2
17, 5 16
289,984
21,165,85
3,96*

3.965, i3
395.619


2,233.830
1.37 ,262



77 5


93W,162
132,960


141.,59

200,:669
1.971:06g.

7, 387,115
5,.os.997
664,912
321, 15
208:,lO9


1,916,187

81


2,3: ,020
.0?;6,178
1,988,051



941,690

150,120
5932



158,325
5,478,571

515,137
197,115
go:7O0


I __ I L __ __ I ___ __ __


865,690
417.13;1





211 ,229
214,725
115,648

142,143

6,768
3,270
1.578
6:095
1.302 885

1137.023


66:72z
28,897










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE U-SUMMARY OF PRTIMARI OPERA r'l.i tXPELNSE rftiNTS .i C(L.\S I I lt.\M R.\ILA1L\.\i FOR E,\A'U CL.\AS OF bLRIC'E.
BY DITiriFi'5 \-.i. REGIONlS FOR TIEE EAR L.%DID D' YLIMiR 11 1915 -I .rru.....


Account


IV. TRAN8PORTATION-RAIL LINE Continued
Xnginehouse expenses--Train ......................................
TrainmI n ...... ............... .......... .. .... ..... ..... ..
Train supplies and expenses ......................................
Operating sleeping oar ........................................
Signal and nterlooker operation .................................
Oroaling protection .............................................
Drabridge ope tion .................................... ...........
Telgraph and telephone operation .................................
Operating floating equipment ......................................
xpress lerrioe .................................................
Btationery and printing ........................................
Other xpanaesO ......................................
Inouraoe ................................................. .
Oleting reeke .................................................
Dasse to propty .................... ........................ ..
Damage to live took on right of way .............................
Loa and da age-freight ........................................
Lots and dtame-Bggage .........................................
Injuries to personal ..................................... ....
Operating jolnt yaxds and teinale-Dr. ..........................
Operating joint yaxd and t:minale-Or. ..........................
Operating joint tMraoke ad faollities-Dr. ........................
Operating joint tras end faoilities-O r. ........................
Total traenportation-atl line ................................
V. TRaJIPORTATIOIN-WTi LinE
Operation of vessels ..............................................
Operation of terninals ............................................
Inollatsal ........................................................
Total tansportatton-Water line ................................
VI. MI80LLUAMo U OPIlTIOII
Dning and buffet oservio ........................................
Hotels nad restaurants ........................................
Grain oelevtore ............................................. .
Stockyard ........... ..........................................
Produting power sold .. ........................................
Other eisoellaanous operation ...................................
Total Misoolaneous operations ..................................
VII. OERIU
alUriLe and expenses of general officers ........................
Ialarle and expense of olOrk and ttendants ...................
General offiOe supplies ad xpenses ..............................
Las expenss .....................................................
Insur a ......................................................
Relief dapertuent epess ...................I....................
statlosary and printing ..........................................
Tulit ion xpeln .......................................
Other *xpenDae .................................................
General Joint facilities-D r. ....................................
3eneral joint faoilities-Or. ....................................

Total general expenses .........................................
TIIM. tBUSPORTATIO rou IO t IIZt-Or ..........
Total railrw operating expense assigned .....................
Unassigned operating expenses apportioned ................ ...
grand total railall atar ine aeansa ................. ...


Totals for regions
Eastern district Bouthern dietriot
ew ngland realon I Grea Lake ret central Eaiter region Poant
-rim. r mAIe..Id Ar.mr..d T 1e 1 1 a
In~ac Aberso


apportioned
egto
freight
1--n..


apporltooed
to paeBerOTer
and alllbd
M-. I1-i


--,an
apport itoed
to
freight


apportioned
to poasengar
and allied


apport lond
to
freoght


apportioned
to passenger
and allied


apportioned
to


AsLe
apporttoned
to pIsseoger
ad allied


I Gr y a


868o, 570
2.982,.5p
863.9))
6W5,481
704,269
91.718
108,915
857,596

198, 55
49150



2,783
586,1 s
425,710
1,)8,B07
576,412
134,759
96,1322


6991.-oi
3.62 ,427
2,011,6 6
19,074
783, 019
872, 988
63,314
71,014


120,007
15,409
18,00
15,78:
30,840
2,570
4, 4136
404:,2j6
1,955,638
145,003
258.2
55. 9V7


$5, 197, )o2
1n,507.344
6,b81,019
3,775.262
2,819.) 67
223,517
1,037,502
7,27b,197

932.9b2
-l5,6b
46150
305,799

3. d ,919
2,519,321
4,931,955
2,5, 09dg
1,497.825
1,401,538


*2,650 497
10.04, 176
4,046,654
2,2 3.,078
1,383,689)
10).86o
114,869
1 .96,143

295,128
91, 5

99,784
15,963
'7,939


2,L 5
)12,40 4
1,508,841


15, 82,6)a
27, 66 069
6,136,930
2,194,405
2,6o1,0!6
281,503
927,28)
4,488,865

947,956
1,276,189
171,?7
513, 79
311, 965

29,513
4,385, 38
1,892.066
4,164,128
2,047.107
1,480.690
1,430,o63


$3,506,868
114,51 989
5,826
1,700,696
2,237, 10
107,393



396,649
199,569
65,123
58,700
106,219
14,495
98
25,784
1,642,5 47
3,857,740
1,115 371
762 512
642,727


01.55,9.12
4:808,697
1.938,515
60,.786
221,000
192:650
153.84

21142,398


54,595
31,6&40
433.513
)54,163
570


1477,424
1,313,200
899,975
172,490
65,018
464


38,857

l.9;
9, 2

9,31
12,615

1,692
102,417
682,098
132793



0, 539,985 23,405, 395 194,150,183 63,bb5, 49 181,1.7.567 77,78,007 40,218,540 8,959,958


139,720 -
7,119
-- 8,741~ -
155,782


900,28 410514 ,876920 77.357
1141 2222,032 2,5 32, 677 56,281 139:916 -
46,743 97,657 4 71, 455 17,464
25.613 11,96a
26,659 2,900 7,9314 2,000
182 2:",670 56.479 ,27 91623 -

586542 1,126, 16 )91,511 4,194,296 557,586 5,111.,59 37,366 479,)57


41l.06 261,715 2,179,717 618,956 1,682,963 528.595 783,L65 153 770
2,208 83s 732,6 1,416,57 2,566,99 9,171,888 2,553,071 287. 11 3 3 696
169,5e 91,6 1:215,672 :IV 511,016 129,752 2055 57,1951
251910 191g:59 856669 29,201 1.582.825 651.72 65 o 123,997
,75) 5,88 21,429 7,038 17,855 8,168 1,166 388
9, 82 2,224 529,46 215, "9 110,780 22,695
512,779 381, 3,89,209 1,571, 82 8, 51: 3,69, 71 61 ,528
1.1523 9,026 ,.9 ga 107063 6865 6 2 Il 156 8157
142,374 ,05 1I1,50) 26 13 316,11 12,316
I0,351 i2:095 653,911 252.,96 738,1&21 36,P45 127,611 532,69

24,525 68,116 151,021 10 714 134,222 238,743 17,015 31,580
389 363 35,515 62976 8,624 5.,190 6,42 2,732

,.851.749 1,863,822 21,931,643 b,1l6, 43 22,895,297 8,4-6,17d 5,285, 386 982,497
7,582 1,047 369, 22 2,052 389,412 91 135,292 -
64,73.136 4l5,.14,688 380,735,742 131,06,4l92 359,604,804 155,89),101 99,751,892 20,622,780
47,720 316,756 810,066 332,870 953,581 484,964 --


1.4720.856


5814.55.808


151,397.362


60, 558., 85


156, 78,565


99,751.892


20,622,780


.~~~50 5% ...


45.501.4l4








IS INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
36150
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE -i-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF OLASo I I_%. \ RAILWAYS FOR EACH OLASS OF SERVICES
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED ilC[ iE.1 MB1 I 81, 198 -Continued

Totals for regional
Southern diAtriot Westernm district
outhera srion Iorthwea re CTo central Westaer realIon Bothnteeiern region
Acounrt A- g- A-- S As igned Assigned Aeipled es gTned
18PA. d and and rand and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioneed pportioned apportioned appiortoned apportioned
to to ps eenger to to paesenger to to passenger to to passenger
fre ad allied freight and allied flight and allied fre gnt ard allied

I. lMAIETINAXE OF WAY AND STIRUOTURZT
Superintendence 3... 1.99,661L $1."92.716 *, ,817 Ii16,BL0 0I4,973,B57 16,81g6,01 *$2.k6c.,6; $696,635
RsdwY a t............................ 299.175 1875 6 39 37 2, )6 B3,26 32,37 2866,7 10 697
Roadwe yaly nlant oe--Otbe r 30....9 9 1,4622,820 3,28.099 1.134. 1 7,1b5,921 1550, 920 2.'05 22 780, 61
Ra dway-.Dpreciaton-Tard .... 59
Roadway-Depreer taton-Othr 1.. ,372 ,07 .. 11,5 10,77 -
Onderground power rubes-Tard ...... ...... -
OUdergraoud power tubea-Other... .. ...... .... -
Underground power tuboe-Doprecliaton-Tard ..... ...... .. -
Underground power iube-Dprealaton-Other ..-
Tunnels a1 d :ubwa --Othor ... .239 11,128 66,419 2 .5 257,295 102, 5,77
Tunnels and subwys-Depreolation-TYard ... ... .... -
Tunnels and subw&m-spa.epZretatio--0Lthr .1,32-.
Blidg., estles, and oulrt--rd ................... s,9 1,28 120 9 127,o7 102,31 5,,. s6,66s 0,9,
Bridges, trestles, and ul t--Other..., 78 1.16 7 92 ,082,1 1 11 98,19
Bridges, trestles, a.d oul.erts--Depreo Ion-Tard .......... 16.77 ,, .S 103 n ot 1 ..,00
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts--Depreolatton-Otber ......... .. 10,751 116,37b 9.795 20,976 3637 1
Elevated *truoturae-Tard .......... ..... ..................... 1-
Sl ated truoTuTra -O be .... .... ........ .. ........ ...- -
Zlmated st ruoturOO---proalotson--Tad ..........
Elevated struoatureae--Depreot on-arhr .... '-
Elewated atruature-Deprelation-Ota .......... ... .. .. -
TS-YTd" .................................. "' ...1,081,212 .6.072 969,185 53,317 993,921 95, 8 610,829. 21,812
Tis--Ober. ....'....................... .. '.... .... 5,9398 2,6.51,791 6,718;277 2,432,6 O2 ,557,951 2,287,471 .088o,796 1,217,765
!!!" bfvr: ::::: D ....... ....;, 2,6 791 6,71 2,4 6, 2,29.14.
Tls.-Depreao at on-Tard ............ ... .... .. 1,11 -
Rais- ld ........................... ................ .... 21,369 9:072 3,6 6.
Oiea.-e irecldot 3 Tar. .l9.. 10,060 2853,902 21,870 182, 10991 195,166 6,4
Rae-- ather .................... .... ....... ............ 6 6 1 1 1, 29, 8 2 2 60 9, 85, 271
B llat--apre lat on-T-ar.d .................. .......... ..- -
Balla-DeprooLa ton--Ober ... .................... ..- 9 -
OTra lr nd aurrialig-Tard .... ..... ......... ..... 666 2b5716 i ,90 31.576b 51,028 192,138 295,017 1,07611
Other tkrac msrlL--Othe .............. ......723 11 33.32
010r track natesral-Depreooatton-Yard......................... 0... 873 -
1Tr0k Ltayng a .d ur.clie-oter ................. ...... .. 7,6?,9 ,477.7 26, ,9, 2,.090,01
BaR at-of-ay r ........ ....................................... .7 2 8, 8} ,536 a,1184 2 9


Ballast-ofy fno ...............-Othr ..... ................... ..... 99781, .2)5,7666 512,9, 702 15,,91 27. 220,1859 69,702381
BaRig t-ofspr-oLa Tno-Dpr ......-..................... 16 -
BSllast-ofeprool ato--OhDeprot ...o- ........ ... .. ,0- 1-
Troak layigs and surfaclng-Tda .............. .. ...... ... 00,32 5 1, 6,1 1 6,06 122, 7
raSok layn and sfurfacing-Othe-r .......... .. .............. 7,6 ? 17685 67,625 22,51 ,502 35, 1, 2,09
i- ad renoo-rard ....................... ................. 2 ,99 7,5 9 ,01 0,6 6,661
RIht-of-way feno s--ther ................ .. .......... .... ... 5,7118 5,766 329 710,0965 370,26 i 6 7,393 2620,599, 79.7
rogbL-o -way fnd cne-Depreollaton-ard ..................- 291 -
rolta-of -ad fInoes--Deproloatlon--Other ....................1 2 2 2 6
Bno: and sand f o d-- 6s, and o d-rd.... 24.480
Bn an land ofto.e and nog .s --Ot........ ................ ,1,027 55,5 67 1,77,965 72 5, 6,077 25,256
Bino and anof f nae and nosahedo--De-proltaton--Trd ...........1 21 -
So. and sand Inoe- and nowhedsl-Dsprn............. her .... ....1,8 16,6 8
rterLsL o and .sa--. rd.. ...................... 8 862 ............6 66 1 7 361. 93 615 510,o2 769661 P6, 53
g and I -O............................................ 20,59 721 04211,09 290,6 59 30 229670 1569,075 79,19
rnel stag atnd ine-Da preolon- ........ ......................... 65 97 79 Eo 515 -
Crossings and .Igna--Dsprsoltoo-Oor ....................... 810 2O4 6 Ii 2,093 26
aBlon and office builds .. ........................................ 66315278 55263, 1,20 4 75 15.4,1 1,727,965 716.259 7651,0 215,256
BStaton and office bulldige-DeprooUatlon ...................... 9.118 ,8) 1 20,570 2,095
Roadway buildis ......................................... 25 ,6 -9, 11,076 3327
Roadway bulldloge-Dopreolatlon .......................... .... 2 2:13 1 282 16,599 b,206 26 8,
atr ta ............................................... 0,935767 766615798 6,5
Ianter tatloan--epr tio .................... .......... .1,17 75 1,137 27 6,1445 -
Fuel tatlona ................................................... 217,99 75,213 203,830 58,001 )21:208 98,670 195,785 36,245
Fuel .ation-.spr.oia .on................................. ... ,.o:g 39. 2,20 .
opo. and eng .aousee............................................ 26N22 169605 55, 27, 551,395 175,920
Shopo snd engshoume--Deproaton ,10............................. 11 :7U 723 20 2,095-
Orain e mentors ................................................. 3,116 3,9271 7 1 -











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU (F STATISTICS 36120
TABLE 11--UMMA.\RI -F PRiMAhi iti, i iNr, LXPLNLSE AtCOlT, 0C1 L:ASl\ I STEI.\M RAILWAYS FOR FAOH CLASS OF BERVICE.
BS DISfrlKi.- ,\N r KRLlON' FOR IBL \LAR ENDFD DLCEMbhR l. 1915 -ronnluald


1L al foer realons


Account


I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STT1-.:i'JR-3 Continue.

Grain elevators-Depreolation .....................................
Storage warehouses .................................................
Si0rade warehousees-Depreolatlon .................................
Wharvs'i and dooke ........**......................... ,.......
Tiarves and docke--Depreo nation ....................................

Coal lt. ore d1arves ...,+.........+ i.. ..........................
Col and orp oarvea--Depreclatlon .................................
'lka produJclr.n pln s .............................................
Pa prodacli plants--Depreolation ................................
relegropi an d telephone lines .....................................
Talegr.pn and telephone llnes--DepreclstaL n ........................
Sigrale and Interloolers ..........................................
Slgonla and Interlookere-Deprzletton .............................
Poaer plant daa car.l., ar-l pipes lnes ...........................
Power plant d&aa, oamnna&. n.l pipe l nes- -eprecit.Lon ...........,.

Porwe plant buh ldln.a ..............................................
Power plan baliinlos--rnprecntLor, ................................
Power ubstation buildings ..........................................
Power eubetatior, Dmldlnga-Depreoation ..........................
Power t.rranmesln systemB ........................................
Power transmission Beytens--Depre nation ..........................
Power distribution eyatema ........................................
Power daitrlbuelrn yetleme--Dpreclation ,.........................
Porer line polesa rd future ...............,....................
Power line poles and flxturee--Dcprsolatlin ........................

sUnergrolned eond.ts .............. ...........................
Ulnoerproand con l L-a-Depr ol atlon ................................
Vieilalneou .............ero e........,.,,..,.,...............,
31eoellaneoue tlru-Luree--DeprolatIon ............................
Pall n ..........................................................
Pavlri--Depr*aollttn ..................................,....... .
Roeddaey msbhlnee .............................................
hoadaaj macalne--Depreolalon .....................................
Smnal Loala aoil suppllea .................................
Pemovlnog no*, lee, and eand .,..........................................

Asessamenta for publlo Improveents ...............................
InJurlee to persons .........................................,....
InBUranco ........................................ ......... .......
Satilonery and printlln ........................................,.
Otner expenaea .....,...,.............................. .. ,
ToLtl .............,.............. .. .......,,...................,

a9lnLal nln Joint LracOa, jarda, and otrier fatlilllne---Dr. ........
a-lnLtlnLtn Jilrlt tracks, jards, and otner faolllLlad--Cr. .........
EqualIzatlGr.--.ey and etruoLeur-e ...................................

Total--All depreolatlon cooounat .................................
rotal--Ai1 other malnotannce of wij and eLruc.lres aooounta ......
Total molntenanoe of wea ana structures .........................

YI. IIINTflIAICE [OF E1;4U PMIET
Superlnandennoe ..................................................
Shop machinery .................................................,
Shop machiner--Depreoiation .....................................
Power plant machinery ...........................................
Power plant meshlner-Depreolation ,,..............................
Power subetatlon apparatu ......................... ...............
Power subseatlon apparatuE--DepreJlatton .................. ....,
Steam loaoomotlea- -Repalre-.rd. ................................
Steam loeomo Lvee- -Repaire--Other .................................
either looomoL1vaee-RepaLr ........................................


3Sourern ditarlot


and
apportioned
to
rrlett


---l----------est ern B- i


.n I A. I I cenrl Wa.te region l fioulneatemrn r .n


and
apporllored
to paasenger
and allied


and
apportione.!
to
freigat


and
amd
apportioned
to passenger
ad killed


and
apportioned
to
rrelagt


Aselgned
and
apportioned
to passenEer
and alllia


Aslgned
and
apportioned
to


i Service services service I serve 4 sevc a i


122,239
?76, ob7
11,176

41,729


567,613
3,912




7,'91
2?71

5.974
3. 9-C
26,167
12,452




7s
17,167

473,629
1,079
56 894

9,922?
171, 040

45, 119


16,661












2. 1
13,153



6*2SJ







as;,








7,2897

1.061
I'
6,213

215,61a

71,021

1,897

7P,539
17,897
16,s19


14,732
40,.326
590,000
556
772, )33
9b0
961,70.
ilb


31,416
1,226
4,2)o
10,64|

375
75,697
61



26,530
1.963
27 .41


1,295
6ls,76
1,003,294


16j,922
50, 335
22,557


).788
11,


23),822
27
559, 65



10,050
21
1, 0s4


10
31,67b
7
26,g75
2


3,474
194
5,700

161,557
19b,6A4
310,171

i6,98

15, -isl
6:420


53.10
926
1,529.,69
2.59







108








,5126
1738



900, 99
4,96S


1., 326

921,918
T9.t


193. 328
370
919,802



6,265
10,530
15s
1, ast
4,021

48, 57
826
12,936
5
481
67
9,50
13,265

328,7
206
298,946
152,708

120,028
9,595

5.512


55,493

5,613
563
)91,794

631,995



12,733
-


570

33,615
7,950

17

11.935
6.916

4 82. N
I .. "
433,22
95.719
178,4621
21),08
201 ?1

7.909


37,380,516 15.477,710 42,749.731 1),861,.77" 52,b62,L43 18,689,663 28,954,901 68,300,787
1,7Id, 87 784,981 2,119,679 62)3,72 2.42,1426 1,1117.455 1,369,119 58,560
1,61,773 50, 567 l, 77,51b 392,127 2,065, 12 667,102 932,270 278, 360
I 12,000 3,000 -
219,615 197.197 677.8,6 12, bt O 4,552 64,4j ), 14,201
L7, 317.5 1 5 15,j94,927 42, 2.o 1.oa.,062 1 4.0 17 19.1o 582 29.3 71 8. r.s o
,>: .'*3 1tY tf-,1 4:)3l},a;57 1TO a-,77; ;5,005,7gB 19,17,;6lb 9,9e. 1.753 al b.O,744-


2, 13,34
3,370
,28)3
94,091

3.522

3,732,402
17,966,679
50,955


930,603

2,731
37,920

1,823

342,640
10,158,909


1,998,45
794,5
5,752
200,.57
977
25,3B8

l,052;:
189,475


688,308
242,375
215
59,008
37
8,131)
212,041
7,353,122
160,123


1.52,567
10, )343
19 13,8

16

12,W613:97
12, 13


1,091,70k
597,217
91,922
10,265


408,619
U,760,060
22,909


1,792,224
1666,91
116, 34

1,316
2,271.192
10,695,335
953


snd
apporUoned
to paseenger
and alll:d
-amrnoo~a


63.7-8



1,120

112,950

321,820



45,481





I4, 7a

3.870


132


1,403

136,22o





57,973
9,9o03
1.677
5225
YLZP


<(:oo0-i--i A L I I I -1


601,391
259,537



3,205
148,139
4,97 ,370


L~nn. rl.l-


C








90 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-BUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I STEAM R.\ILW.I YB FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER j1. s135 -iontinued
Totals for regions

Southor district Western distriot

oount Al I XA IneI AgA Asa e Al Bl Ar asSeR aogn M
adaa and aan anA and aS and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned appgrted apportioned apportiond appo rtloned
to tog ngr to to passenSer t to passenger to to passenger
froett dallied. freight and alied frelgt and allied freght and allied
1 _...o as-m32. n er -in._e _agr esa s- asiane na r .a-nes s- arv a ser- -lao


It. MA IEANCE OF EQUIPMENT Continued
Prolgbt-traLn oars--R1par .................. ............
Passenger-train oaru--RepaIra ...............................
PFlaLia equipment-Rapara .................*.....***.. ..
Wort squipmeom--spaLrs ...............................***
Misoallaneous squlpmsnt-Repalrs ...................... .
fqulpmont retlrasente ...............................*.....
x.trorlnary rtlreMisnt8s--El.ulp. nt ....................*
EqutlpUat deprsoatilon .................**...*..........**.
InJuries .o persons ......................................
Eapluran ..on a................ ..........*..**.***.*.
tIatLonary sn c printing ..................................
OUtur axpanaes .............. ...........................
Totl ..................................................
aintalning Jolin. aquipeat--Dr. ........................
Ialnv.alIoni Joint quIlpaent--Cr. ........................
Eqiululu Lon-Eq.lp s t .............................*.....
Total urintnrnnoe of equlpamnt ..........................
In. 1MnO
Bupsrinsaudoae .........................................
OutBda ageneles ...... ................... *.. ....
Jt.artirstg ............ ......*............-.. ..........
TrffiLo slsoalatlos ......................o, ...... .......* ..
Part freight lies .......................................
industrial and L graiton bureraua ....r.................
Inluran r ................................ .........
BtatloaBry rad pritlg... ...................... ..........*
OTher expeanols .,........ ,..*.. ...............
LotaI t~sfflO .................. ........................
IV. TRASWPORATION-R*iL LINZ

nuporinLe ens op ..........................................
Dtlpateohlg wals .....................................
ratioa aeployes ............................ .............
Wfeg .iLg, ispootilon, and damurrge bureau ..............
Coal ad ore wbne ra ....................... *- ..........
siltation splls sad expenses ............................
TardeasT for a i Oyad io m..................... ..
Yard oondultors and brakes .............................
Tard nl tosh 8 pioel arirad ...........................
Yard asgnlaen ..........................................
Zard etorm ..............................................
fuel for ya A ooogl. ..................................
Tard airtoiLag poesr prodaad .............................
1a"d a"elall g power purobased ...........................
Water for jard looomoties ....... ......................
Lubrisants for yard lcomtotivs ..........................
Other sUppliOs for Yari loooontivsl .....................
bngtlnhoue zxpsnss-lard ................................
lard supplis and expaalsO ...............................
Train sgsoasle ..........................................
Trala motorma ...........................................I
Pol for train loaotives ................................
TrainD pror predua .....................................
Train paer purolhs.d ......... ............. ....*...
vater for train looaOnOV ...............................
Lubhrtaana far train loouoltves.........................
Other iuppllis for train loootia .. ....... ..........


24,014,7411

601,5
22,504
209,287
19,481 ,1
187,681
206, 989
oh1, 677
)3,019


*7, 36,772



23,665
4,280,185
75,870
48,980
1: 11,52


016,904,017

802:206
36,120


218,996
'Je":
5.4a:


16,606, 505
260,38J

31,531

4:3097

16088
12,0741


'25,2120,34
S3,445
60
3,1379
36,363


6049959
Rl:'a


$9,027,101
211,700
304,738
2 388
23,637
7., 237

210,586
29;:
9:269


$10,748,011


0,499
111,699

165,945

15,48


4.1 61 928
24,066
142,029
10,130
15,422

5,055


5,631


70,219,594 23,990,670 56,475,262 19,520,042 88,697,161 31,117,174 38,416,83 13,165.793
--- 4666,355, 1, o10,7 40 199,5 301,117 1142,08
291,735 83,0 31635R1 22,023 371.589 191,71 a 5 1919

70,394,214 24,oa,982 56,623,5.950 19,608,7835 ,878,054 51,225,518 38,635,306 13,286,225


6 1, 5 956 2,57, hl, ;9 o a t 31,5, 1,766 5
2221 861,651 .66796 1,1179,112 20,0111 2,602,710 29,72 812N
304.90 77,697 262591 33239 536.067 7.151 303 ,73 51

2 152 o0, 151,860 97, 16a3 73,5 205,92 15,'2U4
155 1 1,652 1,94 2,56 1 98 1,983
o014 U30 11 537,15 107,W 762.91 245 559 ,,49 60,s
,;228 02 1,635 19 ?9 __ 1,98 3,445 __ 370
10,246.557 3,861,193 6,742,3354 4,694,822 9,874,19 8,38,301 7,458,529 3,o40,063


l9:,320,28


4, g0
9.6}35.20
577,910
6.01),755
6j,57o
3.5 6,896
16.976
300.928
107,)94
1,977. :9
12.716,05O
2,201

16,03I,)
57
1, ll;261
29o,661
27),443


1,365,176
1,10,709

5,i,15



514, 241

276,723

26,625
7,739

19,805
6,993,919
559, 896
7.252.788
17.063
568,192
1i:725
31,127
139,010


2e, 9,029
1,2199
17, 816,7
579,6T
72,6777
1,037,882
3,800,478
9.9)6,708
002

4,221. 1
29,401
295.4O0
78,69r
1.,2.,078
12,116;:
278,657
17,1. k,199
3,768

386,131
179,932


4, 9
5.909,320


7161
125,55
4435,9

270. 98

18,165
4.983


"5,655

6,051,822
6,59

235 275
91 ,828


4,166,713
1 L,1:;






7,7:8,25
64.826




7,5569:2

2,169,24

an o
279:215


27,530,569

2,174,584
789232
380,796


1.612,797
1,220,94u
6,933,865





717,742



419,003


26,4

9,105,501

o1,6o0,426
128,655
54.005

4,5 91
195,31


.5. _________ .5. 1 .L .1 1


2.298,321
6775
10,700,663









196,257
91,820
2, 69











580"p
1,016, 98

3.174
9,994,238


399,228
175,559


124,151



267,111
300,659
174,108










o, sii
1:081
11,041

kts



58,5174



80,576










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF OLASS I STEAM RAILWAYB FOR LACH C LASS 0i SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81,1935 -Coni,...d


Totals for reglons


Southern district
aou am rer 0 Do


Account


IV. TRANBPORTATION-RAIL LINE Continued
Englnehoub expenses--Train ..............................................
Trainmen...................... ...... ............ ............ .
Train suppllea and expenses .................................................
Operating lasleeping oare ................................... ...........
Signal and Interlooker operation ..........................................
Crossing protection ........................................................
Drawbridg operation .....................................................
Tlegra and telephone operation ................ ...........................
Operating boating equipment .........................* ..... ...........
press aserviao e...........................................................
Stationery and printing .......................................*
Other expanse .............................................................
Insurance ............................................*...... ..............
Clearing wreok ............................................................
Daauue to property ...........................................................
Damage to live took on right of way .........................................
Lose and damage-ireight .............. ........... .........
Loss and damage-Baggage ..............................................
InJuries to persons ........................................................
Operating Joint yards and terminals-Dr ........................................
Operating Joint yards and terminals-rr. ....................................
Operating Joint tracks and faollitis--Dr ............... ..............,..
Operating Joint tracks and faoilities-C r................,........,....


and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


assnea
and
apportioned
to
freight


Assigned
and
apportioned
to paasenger
and allied


!----- -- I Servic I esnlce L


,401,
3,316;,26
906, 59
646,075
190,566
91,056
167,155

604, 046
158 0s7
211,255
256,887
218,095

1,95914
2,220,l94
1,344,5449
4,816,010
3 85, 609
66 6


Total transportation-Rail line ............................................ 114,887,096
V. TRANSPORATION--WATER LINE


Operation of vessels .......... .............................
Operation of terminals .....................................................
Inoldental ................................................................
Total transportation-Water line ........................................
VI. tIB CLLANEOUS OPERATIONS
Dining and buffet serioe ..................................................
Hotels and restaurantsa ....*.........................,...................
Orain elevators O................*.........................................
Stockyards ............ ... ....... ...........,.......,.,.,,........o.
Producing power sold .....................................................
Other misoellaneous operation .............................................
Total misloUaneous operations ... ........................ ...............
VII. GENERAL
Salaries and expenses of general officers ................................,
Salaries and expense of olersr and attendants ..............................
General offloes supplies and expenses. ....................................
Law expense .....................................................,,....
Inurano .............................................. ....................
Relief department expanse ...............................................
Penilons .................................................................
Stationary and printing ......................................................
Valuatlon expeansesa .........................................................
Other expenses .............................................................
IOneral Joint faolltleas--Dr. ......................................
general Joint faclltes-n-Cr................................................
Total general expense ....................................................
tIII. TRANSPORTATION FOR INVESTMENT-O.R. ....................
Total rallway operating expenses assigned ................................
Unaslgne operating expenses apportioned ..............................
Grand total railway operating expenses ..................................


12,025,983
7,332,92
3,392;8'6
5 1
605,675


190.906
5,167

204, 739
5 ,37o
,72
116,172
233,112
9,047
1,155,622
3,163.1 0
1273,235


414,14579,13


*3,406,381
,387.0 7

1,187,001


755,277
78,590

1471 ,9

227,559
122,06
115, 654
1,61, 330
982,117


1,532:296
1,011,427


115,236,405


9,779
471


tl.:146.877
2b,914,, 6

628,B13
462,92
60,366
249,121


173 554
109,182
21,526


95,306

371,035
1,729,346
"6,72
SFI:


39,038,129


Central Weste-m r. ln.
A"sKged Assign5ed
and and
apportioned apportloned
t o ttpassenger
rrelght and allied
service sservoe


.415.92
4.268,41l
1 689,808
929,770
121,1914
1,102 b52


585,154
17,53)1
1,281
288,099
171,. 221
16,9620
3.586,6b
1,54,650o
2,991,060



156,249,005




1623E20


2,1420,426
10.675 024
5.746;042
1,063,658
590,614

1.039.38

263,041
141,7145
.22,355
69,57
132, c12
8,807
765,488
2,864,944
51.925
592.565


61 765,ooi


u16.921
'4: WI


Agllsnea Amess ned
and and
appo toned apport oned
to to passenger
freight and allied
S u-o r .V I n o o


(1, 62,788
10 2146,754
2,293:,46
786,507
441,61

176,296

386,763
320, 38
149,24s

210,859
1,627,43
1,092,522
2,683,756
1,7o,807
579,126


72,121,316
579:I.156


2 179
7 5 035
.005
380.278
154

79.703



28,113
12,770
'1,375
147,257



1 380,182

266,895


I moanc I I r,... .. T .. -


2,76, 655 2,429,616 525156

90,391IN 1 l L ,465,673
90,9 11,9 143,381 363,2 102,1a ll 690.801 61,592 1,. 5, 973
15,352 %- 1 2,50oe
6,06 4069- 2 39b.130 194,716 :
S3122 1,69a 12,301 5976
14, A 7,3 .4:^ 3.970 11313 3 20;8
126,527 2.919,979 206,137 2,919.665 502,73 6,07,49 271, 1.75326


5,160,6o4 159,758 1,0.54,59 439,.205 1.89,220 741,516 1,101, 569 395, g90
S16 1 ,09971 3, 2963 5,41,550 1,203416
1465,444 136,163 550,2 190,679 652:175 3. S2,579 '494 5s12 13) 210
1,765,510 721,159 1,037,123 3591 1,591.990 656.5 22 1,101.,762 951,220
9'dS 351: 32 is 1, 351,220
9867 3.919 12,571 527 14,518 5,617 7,297 2,503
36,497 l5,51 674, 442 27,002 -


24762,7 110,027 :24,1 8 6j 52.1106, 219,166 1 6,8 51. 9
12056 121, 2 19, 310 102,595 17O,94 6 101.315 211 ,961 9 71
d0,010 10,;29 3,36 1, 11, 37 9,37.5 1906 1:, 9
1 0,862soM 4,3, 8575 11,594,712 3,627,736 15,291.,195 1.,71,J60 9.752,369 2.55,. 60




15,1412 4,490 3,146 13,957 7914,701 2 5, 91 2,989 2,


*17 *ff, 7


I I.I05.' I I .. .,- 735 1 51.h 32b 515
2328`7 3939 2


sBtmPm dlm t


22,079,346


I


I


Western d5etri t


a


10 2Q0


1 a I 1


95,351,146


7 74,s02,3)a


)a 993 92o


925 905 394 19 >9s s


cal 6 r l








2a INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
36150
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE IIA-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING :- I I L M i[.\1. COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED n. L\IMI'L)h Il 1915

Totals for distriote

All districts Eastern district Southern district Western district
ount A ed Aas ed Aeinodn Aesgned As ed AAs ed ed As"sgned AsPned
Account I d aad an
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to paeenger to to pasener to to passenger
freight and allied freiht and allied freight and allied freight and all ed
e_______________ n. ..n. toeerevics service service services

I. MAIIITEUANOE OF WAY AiD BTRUOTURES

Roada aitenane--T ........................................... 0 1,09 70 572
Suerntn denc ...1. (A2N8MC OF WAY AND0,601E.................4 P 69
Roadway-Depre ati on-Oa rd ..............................................
Roadays-Depreo iratn-Ot-h er ............................................. ............... -
nderground power tubea--Othr ...................................... .. 0.
Underground power tubee-Depreciation-Ta..d ................................
Underground power tube-Depreoatio-Ot ................................. .. 2, 7,92
Tniel and ubways--Tard ................................................ -- 6
Tunnels and eubways-Other ... ......................................
Tunnels and sebways-Depreoiation-Tard ..................................
TnnesI and sbways-epreciation-Other .............. ..... .......,- ,
Bridges, treatlee, and oulverta-ard .................................... 1 1 015
BTLdges, treatlees and oulverte-Other .................................. 2. 5 015 5.5 1.015 B9
BridTge, trestles, and oulverte -Depreoiation-Tard .................... -
Bridges, treatlee, and oulverte -Depreiation--Other ....................
levated truotures--TYad ............................. ................. 30,1 865 29,289
Elevated struoturees-Other ...............................................- 0. 1 ~ ~
Elevated struotures-Depreiation-Tard .................................. ". ~ "
Elevatsd structure p eoir t ............. ................................. -

Ties--Depr lastcos-ar.d ............. ............. ..................... -
Rall--ard .................................................................... .59 83 5 6,3 1,2 319 97

Rai --Other .......................................................... 5 77 2
alls-Deprealation-Ta.rd ............................................... -
Rsll--Ddpraolstlon--Other ........... ............................ -
oter track adera-ard .... .............................................. 739,7o 33,619 278,1t3 17,953 1,olo 3 110,30 15,305
Other trak O ther... l-... her ............................................... 5.. 1 163 ,5 16 61 -
Otaer trash c mD aterial-YDeprsoiaton--ard ................................ -

all."t --IOd ...........................:... ................ 762 ,000 6.492 5239 .. 11,
raWlast-nD eni Bi o- --e................................................... 5.. -5-
Balla--D-preoaati on-lard ........................................... -. .
OthBallr t prok tolal--Oter ..................................... ...... 5, 63 3361
rar tracking and urri-Dolne-p ar d ....................................... 776 .
Traht layn and ura-Dpo--aton- ther ....... ............................. 15.719 7 9 .31
l-o-ay rd..en-......... ...... ........................................... 1,26247 ,5 621 9 311,0 ,6
Rillaght-o-Ota renr c-Oe...........r ................................................ 64 -
RBllagt-Depriay ino-DprOalon-la ............................... .................. -
BRslat-.a eprsoDaT pon--ohr O ........................................... -


Rnow and sand renoes and now d--Yard ................................4 24 2
Sno and i and fence an hed Otr ............ ...............................
Sno f and -and fencee an0 d nowalbtd-Dapreolatioo-.Tad ................ -

o e and o.gns--Dr ....... .................................... .4 2 940 O 95
Sow and sand fences end nosh l-Yard ............................... 2,


Srolon and tlna b-laced hes .n... ....... ............. 3..? -
no ad b and fl so a epreolal o o .................- .................... ... .. 1, -
Scow end sand fences end snowsheds-eopraclation-Other........................ -



Raoingsnd ;- ... 85,8014 1055 65,:213 6.9;|0 52 20 20,W 95
O 153 1,15.2o a sn -Otb .........22.8.............. 2881................. 9- 2,1 1;



Cater et ionl-Depreoeiaton ................................... ...... 1,55 -
essoIngs and s..ns-.opreclatnn.-Othr................................ 9 6


Stlon nd office h buildings ............................................bO 990 62 1 7- 4,
Station and office huildings-Depreciatio .................... .............. 95 98,36a 16,0o 82, 65 182




Fuel stations ............ ....... ..................................... 25.54 ,678 16, 5.661 269 17 8,737
Shops and engloshoumss...................................................... 6 34.177 978 25.67 5,8 708 31,364 7,782
BhOpa and ag Lnehore sa-Depr latlon ............................ ...... .. 75 16-- 19,274
Ora dn ele ators ............ .. ...... ................. ... ............. 1 59 -

1 DefLoit or other reverse Itm.









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 34
BURFAIU OF STATrSTICS

TABLE II-A-SI'MMARY OF PRIMARY 01 ER.TINt [tPE NSE ACCOUNT' OF CLA,\. I VWIT,'ING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BI DISTkICIS i\N'i REGiINS FOR HEL YEAR ENDED DECEMBER i3.193i -Conanue.4

Totals for ditriots
All distrlot Eastern district Southern distrLot Westarn A ltrial,
Assigned Aelgned Assigned Assigned Assi gned AeLsnea Assigned Assignes
Aount an and and and and an and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned spporUoened apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to pageanger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight. ad allied freight and allied
ser'oce eervvoes marloe eenvlnes aer*loe .ervna eervinte e...Aine
X. AItTERANCE Or WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued
Grain elevators--Depreclation ....................................... 8.0,670 pO10,670
storage warehouse ................................................... 20- -
torage warehouse--DBprepoiation ..................................... 95 -, 57
Whlrvee and dooks ...................*******************************. 90,06 12,970 EN9,65 .
Wharves and dok-Depreoiatio ................. ........... 50,249 9,500 2:S
Coal and ore wharves .............................................................. l..,70 19,70 .
Coal and ore wharves-Depreciation .................................. ,972 6,72 97- .
Gas producing plant ..........................*........*... .........- -
Telegraph and tlephon i" ln ".:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,5 .......................................54 3,929 59,506 1.527 60 6 4.46 a,
Telegraph and telephone lines--Depreciation .........................- -
Signals and interlookers ............................................ 183.572 61,522 113,6 26,808 322 22 69,883 34,692
Signals and interlookere--Depreclation ............................... 25 -
Power plant dams, canals, and oDpe lines ..................... -
Power plant dame, oanals, and pipe llnes-Depreoiation .............. -
Power plant buildings .................................................................... 1.522 1,839 1,078 1,138 60 35& 701
Power plant b. ldinBe--DepreOation .................................... -
Power subB ation buildlnee .......................................... 59 39
Power substation bullne-Depreaton ................... .......... .... -
Power transmiselon pyeteme ........................................1.918 900 1.780 900 138 -
Power transmission systeme--Depreoiation ............................ -
Power distribution systems .......................................... ,73 ,40 2,061 17,277 1,677 5.263
Power distribution eysteme--Deprealation ............................ 6. -
Power line poles and fixtures ..................................... 1,812 231 1,075 6 763 2E2
Power line poles and fixtures--Depreciatton ......................... -
Underground oonduite ................................................
Underground condnits-DeprecLtation .................................. -
Misoallaneous struotureB .. ........................................431 3.094 337 -
Miscellaneous structuree-Depreolation ........................... .
Paving ........................................................ ... 17 1,
Paving--Depreolation ............................................... 3, 3,31
oadway Machines .................................................... 15, 407 12.4 230 361 23 3,0.0 15;
roadway eaohinee-Depr. iation......................................... 35 ,2 56
Snal tools and supplies ........................................... 6914 36,16 ,274 5 .
Ilanoning snow, Loe, and sand ........................................ 76,901 8,6666 5 665 51,3L 16 1 20,22 2831
Asessements for publio iproTemIenLs .. ..........................a.. 5629 22 -

Stationery en d printing. ..***** ***.****************.*****.*******. ...5.;...1;^8463617 1 3;1,5 27
Other expensosa .................................................. 5 gL 6 d 39 200
Total........................................................ ... 4,4,5' 437,779 2.935,641 226,100 13. 53 15,001 1,339.370 196,678
ialntalnln Joint tiraolts, yard.. .na other faolit se--Dr. .......... .314,000 11 8,2069 6l 196 ,67
Maintaining Joint traoks, yarde, and other facillttee--Or. .............. 1,61663 4,BbO 2,2.6 9,1581 d8,79 2.833 16,678
Equaslsation-Way and struoturee .................................... d "
Total-All depre....... n oooun......... ...................................... .267,098 ,5 12437,7 874 6 212 1 5301, 3_____9
Power plant ach other an-Dpre o wayon ..... tr ao............ n. ........ 6 2 -
Power aub tnan aara nd erututs .............................. .....316 57 -



Stham loo.otie.--Reair ...-Oth.r .................................. 50, 9,395 50,072 ),39
Powar plant cas .nosr................................................ .. ..0 0662......................7,787

Power plant machiner7--Depreoioiion ..................................- -
Power substation apparatus .......................................... 316 357 316 357 -
Power substation apparatus--Deprecistion .............................. 7...- -
Steam loooaoiweas--iopelrc--aerd ..................................... .17 123,971 5,0 3,9 6
Stem looosotiwes--Repalre--Other ...................................... 550,072 3,395
Other locomotives-Repaire ...................................*....* 8,052 8,052 -
d Deficit or other reverse ltam.









2 INTERSTATE CO MMERCE COMMISSION
36150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II.A--SUMMARY OF PRIMARY 0(I I i \. EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY l-] Ihi-A-S, AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 195 -Continued

Total for distriote

All distrlote Eastern district Southern diatriot Western district
Assigned Assigned Assigne Assglned Assigned Assigned Assigned Aeesa ed
Account and and E a nd and and end and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned olon apportioartioned apportiond
to to paesense1 to to peeenge' to to paceenger to to paesenger
freight and all freight and allied freight a alla frliht and allie
aaryq viom rin- 0 so?5ao services 8- r vRoe servine-B -- ine s7l- to


II. MAINTENANCE OF EIPMENT Continued
Freight-train oare-Repairs .................*.............
Paesenger-train oars--Repare .................* ..........
Floating equipment-Repairs ...................*.........*
Work equipent--Repara ............-..*.............
Miscellaneous equipment--Repalr .........................
Equipment retirementa ..........................****......
Extraordinary retirementa-Equipment .....................
Equipment depreolatlon .................**....*.......*** *..
Injurlee LO person .................................****
Insurnoe .................................. .......
Stationery and printing ..........*............***** .......
Other expenses ........ ... ..............**.....*******
Total .......................................*.......
Maintaining jolnt equlpment--Dr. .........................
Maintaining joint eqoupment-Cr. ...................***.**
Equalization--EquipmenL ..................-*******.********
Total maintenance of equipment ..........................
III. TRAFFIC

SuperintdenSce ..........................................
Outside aenotels .............................**...*.......
Advertising ................. .............................
Traffic assoolations ........................*............
Flat freight lnes ............. .........*................
Industrial and imfalration bureaus .....................
Insurance ............ .....*....**....**....*...........
Stationery and printing .............**** ..***** ..**...
Other expenses ................... ** *.............******
Total trafflo .......................................
IV. TRASPORTATION--RAIL LINE
Superntndnce ............................................
DiOpatohing trains .................. ..*. .........******
SLatlon employees ................................**.....
Weighing, inspection, and demurrage bureaus ...............
Coal and ore shares ........... ....... .......... ....
Btatlon supplies and expenses ...................o.......
Yardn sters and yard olerke .............................
Yard conductors and brakemen .............................
Yard swvtoh and signal tenders ...........................
Yard onglneasn ... ........................ .......
Yard mtorenn ..... ......................................
lusl for Yard looaootle. ..........................
Yard awstohlng poaer produced ................ ..........
Yard switching power purchased ........................ .
Water for ysrd looomoltive ................ ............
Lubricants for yard loeoativea ..........................
Other supplies for yard looomotv es ....................
Enginehouse expense-a-ld ..............................
EYard uplies and expenses ...............................
Train enginemen ...................................
Train motorman .................................... ... ....
Fuel for train locomoties ....... ........................
Train power produced .......... ......................
Train power purchased ....................................
Water for train locomotives .............................
Lubrioants for train locomotives ..........................
Other supplies for train looootlve ................
d Deficit or other reveres item.


$1,192,7 6

7 5
7,210

36,173
1,342,412
28,051
35,501
10,571
2,397
-1 6 1.


$2,753
2,089
269


8,201
3,976

295
2,936


$1,061,5 5
39,23
56, 37
2,927


1,107,636
17,587

37I
2,357
0 lin UU


$1,292
226


8,106
3,666
64
2,826


I I I


$2,753
99







3


$127,388

16, 03
4,283

3,1714
233.514
9,775

2,977


117,772 113,250 ,522
139,576 191,45 15,79 95.M6 3,205 3,301 92,22

5,384,280 5,354 4,377,905 70,551 5,351 935,24 -


144,339 96,7141 417,9
126,355 81,156 145,20
18,67 2,447 15,620
2,602 800 102 -

5,634 2,6 2,7d
11 2 -
19,90 114,72Z96 -
76 19 -7
317,026 195,777 115,249


999,520
1908,29
2. 07, 975
18.190
186,315
l,624,091
10,325


19,156
2,g65,001

235,876
60,470
1,512
725:825
79,7?7
72.67

}2,815

3, 14Z
1?:|
1;7''6


1,1580

-
172 6
370, 6
378,669
139,911


130,712

12,234

3.051
2.539
41,507
-"*^!


650,136
109,339

19il?9
18,190
72,:&7
978,68o
3,237,686
329, 96
2,382,744
19,156
2,191,715

157,752


,291


32,515

3,
I.6752


18,919
531,698


00oo,452
161, 549
2, ) 32
86.250

56,312

6,440
1,101
l,h 0
29,90
110.0


,370
57,895
572,99


50,919



669
14.
2.55


532
193
15,873


,127


2,431

3,30&

93



51


SI I I I


240, 68
1, 636
1,067,259
310

99,014
1, 517



622,364

76,7E5

5, 8
145,849
55, 536


65'6 596
o10,49}


,69,075
40,815
21 355
q7:450
119401


71,096

5,701
1,569
10,255
?3.850


I


I





95.468


--


934,603)


92,822


71,037











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 3
BUlREAUI OF STATISTI"

TABLE IHA-SUMIMARY OF PRIMARY OIR TIt' F \iL'.E \i L % ,I i.' OF I; I.A. I MN Ii[TING AND TERMINAL COMPANIESS FOR EACH CLASS OF BERVIOE.
BY 1 l'iRl .T A .\[ Rtl.i'uN inHR THF YL.\R L 1PLD DECEMBER *1, 1915 --io.l l Uml


ota..ii for dietriots
I- .


Account


IV. TRANSPORTATION--AIL LINE Continued

Enginehouse expenses--Train ...............................
Trainmn ...................................................
Train supplies and expenses ...............**.* .,....
Operating sleeping oars ........................*.........
Signal and interlooker operation ..................***.......,

Crossing protection .....................................
Drawbridge operation ..................................* ....
Telegraph and telephone operation ............................
Operating floating equipment ...........................*....
Express serve ..................*....................******

Stationery and printing .....................................
Other expenses ..............................................,
Insurance ..............................................***..
Clearing wreokas .............o................ ...........
Damage to property .......................................

Damage to live stock on right of way .........................
Lose and damage--Freight ....................................
Lose and damage--Baggage ...................................
Injuriee to person ..... .................................. ..

Operating Joint yards and terminal--Dr. .....................
Operating Joint yards and terminale--Cr .....................
Operating Joint tracks and facilitles--Dr. ..................
Operating Joint traoke and facilities-Cr. ...................

Total traneportation--Rail line ............................

V. TRANSPORTATION--WATER LINE

Operation of vessels .......................................
Operation of terminal .....................................
Incidental ................................................

Total transportation--Water line ..........................
VI. MISCELLAEOUS OPERATIONS

Dining and buffe service .................................
Hotels and restaurant .....................................
Grain elevator ...........................................
Stockyards ...........................*........*..*..........
ProducLnr power sold .......................................
Olner mlceell anJou. operations .............................

Total miaoellaneous operations ............................

VII. GENERAL

Salarlee and expenses of general officers ....................
Salartea and expenses of clerks and attendants ...............
General office supplies and expenses ........ .............
Law expenses .......................................o.......
Insurance ...................................................

Relief department expenses ..................................
Penolons .....................................................
Stationer ano prinLtng ......................................
Valuation expenses ...........................................
Other expenses ..............................................
General Joint fscLtlliee--Dr. ...............................
General Joint facllties--Cr. ................................

Total general expenses ...................................

VIII. TRANSPORTATION FOR INVET~T--OR. ..........
rotal railway operating expenses assigned ................

Unaaslgned operating expense apportioned ................

Grand total railw.a operating expenses ...................


Sour.hem dir.triot


eedistrict We L
O.rad f Ae ns LLn. I ...[. ..,.. r-,-----I


and
apportLored
110
fT. 57.1


and
apporLtonad
to paBaen er
an. allied
a Ar ...a


and
apport oned
to
freLioL


apportioned
to pasernger
.nd allied


and
apnor .Loned
to
fralgnL


Aeeigneu
and
apporl oned
to paaeenser
anma allied


and
apportioned

freight


I ------- ------ -- 1------- i --- -- service services


511 421
396.141

259.141

l33 72"
20 20l
i19. : I
d4 2o'

i27 11 1
to.51 3
1. i20
)6.00r)


7.':09




1,d.2. 7o9
195 ,512
20n 1.5--


51.175
05 .4q
7,11 .,:

7.

9 14o
9. 2o9


4 77;
1 1

234
9. 15

7,895
2.48, 170
IL4 :I
t .6cy


611.42d
76.1146
88. i15


19B.94i1
i 775
28 04



2b, ;








90.4 92
213. 70,
21.197



121.265

50,.274
L.0Bo.799
190 920
21).70*,


U.779
E lb0
1 897


3.529
I l,





102
1.927

7. 89
'1, 11. L '
114


i9.5o05
4.277
26.41h
10.209
2.096





2o7
250

112
59

5.575
)52
16,133
7.5648


1.173



976
200


52

94

89
II


355

33.226

3741


63,214
116,498

110.369
229
7.402


53.024
15.591
12.867
9.889
5.625

b.151
2L,b64

195.608
21,467
769,837

5, 26


16.5b1.925 I,028 12.673.950 570.851 .02a8 5.517.122











33, 336,66
8,518 -,51
92,982 92,982

29.)39 29.356

130',85b 33.656 92.982 a.6b 3)7.874


372.753 3o,231 258.ai, 20,095 1,268 129 112.642 10,007
=1,4119 57 899" 49,727 98 8 3 31 15 39 15.2
109 601 5.ge5 c 2,938 91.8 23 22 26.i&50 17
156.724a 1?2,68 9b.783 5.39 )95 301 56.987
1,511 6o 971 222 5 1 535

1.786 7a.7d6
155,159 14.hb16 31.419 '.0)5 2 103,738 11.581
32.99 1, au18 23,005 100 270 27 9.124 E81
18,752 523 2.229
3b 953 5.70 28.9L16 2.03o bs 427 7.939 2.507
2 495 49-5- .
6o,222 129.802 48,53 4.30514 '115 504 11.246 ,997
1 4 2.110 1.2531 987,59) 12 680 1.2 3 461.857

,o060 2.96u 96
29.8,54.55 ,o.500o 21.04 ,7 0 3.,65b 578. 60 16,8gi8 8,231,765
i146 2 b0- 2-


16.848


8.2)1.765


Asleiaed
and
apportioned
to passenger
and mllied


8B70
602


5.958

8.203
3.11940



6,913

1.3014,635


I I II I


All dirdriate


Eadtern dleLriot


W-- t -


50,50b


21,044,576


3).,65-









26 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COM MI SSION
36150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II.A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY 'fl I' I l*.'., EXPENSE AC(OINTS OF CLLASS -%I, l'., TERMIN.r. I I M I-.I-. FOR EACH i..' *'iF ELR' I.E.
III Iih[lRI T AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR I .Il 1 In. 1 If I it 31, s198 -, .rr,,nu,.l

Totals for regions

Eastern district Southern deitriot

S l region Great Lakes )B reiLon .. ~ Cer,.Irl t erer. relrI n po i nOr, terl res VEr
Account As enedi Aigness d A Aselaed A e gi.ned ABs gad Areined
Sand n nd ann amn and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned PIpr E :nr.E. appr. r d pp rt led apportlonad
to to passenger to to passenger to tC paserraer to to passenger
freight allied fred a llid fre ht n allied reh ad alley freight and allied


1. IAINTENANOE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES

Superintendence .......................................... ...... 105,828 $200.500 st] 525
Roadway 6lnrenar.:--Yar .......................................... 49,648 179,345 .9b
Roadway mailner,. lce--Otier ................................. ......
Ro4.1way--Deprreia orn--Yard ......................................
Road y--Depreo tai.--0tner .............. .......................

Uidergro.,'rd power tube--Yard ......................................
Underground power tubea--Other ..
Urdergrownd power tuoee--Depreeiati.n--faid ...... ... ... ..
Ur.dergroInd pojer Eubee--Dsfrcslatl A--Ot.er .. .
T~onels ard aubways-Yard ...... ... .............. 16,326
Tunnels and subwaye--Other ..............................
runnels ard rsun.j ye--Depreci&atL n--YarL ... ...... .......
Tmrel. ae d etay--lDepr cato-- er .. .... ...............
Bridges, treatlee, and .:u1ert--fard .... .. ............ 7,364 291
Bridges, trestles, and lcu lers--.l er ............... -
br Llrge, trestle, arnd r..leerit--Deprel altl..n--Yri ............ .... ,9
arldges, treatle, and aliverts--Deprectlticr.--Oher .................
Elevated e'.ruoitale-Tard .. .... ........................... 865
Flevated I r.o o re'--D'ler ..... -
ile-ated at...ru.ea.-Depre.at .on--Tard ,............................
ie-.-a d BOter ..'.. ...... .. i.... ..... ............... -
Ttee--eprntec.ti o--Tpreclard ..... .
TzleeB--dspro aton--thr .................
Tie--Yard ......... .................... ...................... 134,000 33537 5,382
iRale--ther ... ... ...... ..........................

Tle--Deprecitason--ard .............. .................. .
Tile--Deprelalton--ther ......................................
Otata-Tardk matr.. al-... ......... ............. ........... 23,541 28,9 33317
Other trak m ....r...--ther .. .... .... .. .. ... .- -
llB-Dher ra Latert l--tDrde.......... ...........
Ralle-Opreclai ion--OLther .......................................... -
Other iarso aat rial--Yard....... ........................... 59,701 216,729 17,953
Ohair raok satrlal--Oiher .. .. ... ......................
Other track aaterial--Depreoiatr.-Yard .... ..
Other track mrerial-D precatir .os-- ber .......................... -- -
Balla t--Y rd .. .7,541 28,951 5,239
Ballast--Other .

SBalaz-t-Dfprec latin-Yard ..... ..
Ballast-Depreceation--Ortar .. ...
Track laying and earfatrlng--l~d ..... ...- -17.210 494,500 31,25
Traok laying and aorfaclirg-atnerr .
Right-of-way fences--Yard .. 43 85 -
Rlght-of -a fsen-er -- or .....he. ..
Right-of-wvy fencee-Deprec tat ion--Yara .... .... ....
Plgot-or-way lencee--Depreciat on--Other
:now and and fences and enoersi.de-.ar.d 24.. -
Snow and sand ernces and anowebede-Oirer ....... ... .
Srow and san d fences and Bnowereda--Depreci .il.n--Yard ..............
Bnow and eand fernces and anoeleda --DOpreclaLlor--Other ..... .

Crossing and alpne-Yard ... ... .. ........ ..... 32 ,741 32,472 6,940
CrG.singe ano signe--Other ...... .. .... ................... .-,
Croeabige and sgna-Deprelat orn--Yard ................. .......... 1,12
OTossings and sgns--Depreci at -onr-tr .......................
Station and office bull. dinge .................... 19,645 71,041 29,311

Stlatin and office buildings--Deprecatio ...... .... .. 16,054 -
Roadway buildings ........ ..... ... 2.7 13139 28
Roadway bulldtnge-Depreollaton .... ........................ 26 -
Water atatione ..................................................... 5.239 16."t3 1,185
Rater tat lona--Deprcation .......................................

Fuel e ationsB ...................................................... ..3 1 12.216 5,661
Fuel stallons--Depreclation .................. ....... -
BSops and englnehouses ....... .................. .. ........ 27,37 70, 01 25,687
Shope and englnehouee--Depreoltaton ............................... 7.3
Grain elevator ................. ................... .......... ..











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 36.
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-A--SUMMARY OF PRIMARY fii H. ll':', l';IT':1: \ ,1 \NI ili CLASS I %%ITI ING AND TFRMIN.AL. COMPANIES FOR EACH 'Cl.1SS OF SERVICE.
Illn 3 'IMliRl is -I' ,ll l'. '' Ful l ItiL. AlR L.1.11. ltFI'M.IBER 31 193E. -'oniinu..d


Totals for regions
Fastern diastrlot Southern distriot
flNew rlaid ton Aref l est region Cent-al E a s %ern rioma n P Me n Et.o. r8i.n
Account AeOal grd Aesllned Assigned Ae sinened signed Asig ned Aslsgnd e Aeigned
and and and and and and and and
appor.toned apportioned sppor.ioned appor toned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to paeaenger to0 t passenger to to passenger
freight and called freight and allied frelgob and allied frelaht and allied
e-rv'i_ oe e5 services f sere vicece aarvln. Aa. L..rl services
I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued

Grain elevators--Deprociatin .......................................--
Storage warehouse ................................................... 20
Storage warehousee--Depreciation ..................................... 57
Wharves and docks ............................ .............. ...... 1,971 -
Wharves and docke--Depreciatlon ........................... ..... 9 500 -
Coal and ore wharves ........ ..7...................................... 19 ,740 -
3oal and ore wharves--Depreoation ................................... 6.972 -
isa producing plants ................................................. -
Gas producing plants--Depreolation ................................... -
Telegraph and telephone lines ........................................- 14.60 24.704 1.527
Telegraph and telephone linee--Depreciation .......................... -
Signals and Interlookere ............................................ 25 -64, 6,
Signals and interlookers-Depreolation ............................... 254 -
Power plant dame, canale, and pipe lines .............................
Power plant dams, oanals, and pipe lines--Depreciation ...............
Power plant buildings .................................... ....... 122 956 1,138
Power plant buildings--Depreoiation .................................. -
Power substation building ......................................... 9 -
Power substation buildings--Depreciation .............................
Power transmission systems ........................................... 4l 1,.77 900

Power transmission systemse--Depreoation ............................. -
Power distribution systems .................................... ... 99 1,06 17.277
Power distribution systems--Depreciation ............................. -
rower line poles and fixtrsee ....................................... 21 0 6 -
Power line poles and fixtures--Depreciation .......................... -
Underground condu ts .................................................
Underground oondutts--Depreciation ................................... -6
Miscellaneous structures ............................................. 1,027 2067 8 -
Miscellaneous structures--Depreciation ...............................- -
Pavin ..............................................................
Pa nlng--Depreciatlon ............................................. ... -
Rosa.d y acrni nes ..................................................... ,960 7,4, 2 23
Road ay .. ................ .... ......... ......... 82 -
mall lool eand supplied ............................ ... ...............- 1,96 25050 3 74
Removing enow, iae, and sand .........................................19094 571 5 1

Asseeements for public improvements .................................. .. 22 '107
Injuries to persons ...................................................... 1, 1 ,950 5, a
Insurance ................................................ .... ...957 -,l 2,5-
Stationery and printing .............................................. 5 92 -
Other expenses ...................................................... 1 -
Total ............................................................. 765,1616 2,170,167 226,100 -
airntslning jolnL tracks, yards, and other racllltlee--Dr ........... 60 7118 i -
Malntaining Joint, traoak, yards, and other faellittel--Cr. ........... 27,508 )2,,152 226,216
Eqsialtatlon--Way and structures .....................................
Total--All apreaiation accounts ...................................
Total--All other n.soltenir.ea of Way and structures aooonlse ........ 79',054 -- -
roal alnsenance of way and structures ......................... 7 w 1,9
II. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT
Superintendence .......................................... ........... 9'? 61 10, I 2 2 ,4 02
Shop maornnerj ......... ..........................................- 19.880 ),820 .,Or
Snop manhlnery-Depreolation ....................................... 2,"5b -o
Power plant machinery ................................................ ),50 ,227 4,051
Power planL machlnery--Deprectattor. ....................... .......... -
Power substation apparatus .............. ............................ 257 59 357
Power substation apparatue--Deproolatlon ............................. ,
Steam loomotlvees--Repalr--Yard ..................................... 670.l 1,047,647 67,426 -
Sesam looomotives--Repealr-Other .................. .................. -
Other loc motel vee--RepairB ........................................... 8052 -
d Deficit or other reverse item.
--,r, 0-----










28 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3bl5
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE I-A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH OLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1935 --ontinued

Totals for regions

Eastern distriot I southern distriot_
na~~~roo ~ ontae~a ssAeo acn'w.


Account


II, KAINTEANKCE OF EQUIPhENT Continued

FreldAt.-tralr. care--Repair .................................**.
Paeaen@ertrain oars--Repaire .............**......*** **.....***
PloaLi.g equipment--Repalra ....................................
Work eqkupment--Reparda ............I..........**......*********
lUeaellaneous equlpm6rr--R.?palre ..................**.........
Equipment rellrements .................... ..............**....
ELtraor1dnfry ruT.Breentrs-qulpmenL *....................****
Equipment depreelatlon ................................*....*..
InJuraiee L parrone .................* ...* ..............** .*****
Insurance ...........****....*....**.**** *.**.**..***.*****..
sBtlaoney and printing ........********....******* ***********.**
Other expenees ........*....***.....**.... ************..**.***
Total ...........................................**.....
MsaintanIrng Jont aqumet-D. .......*********.............******..
Vainlainion Joint aqlpment--Cr.. ........... ................
Equalization--Equlpmet .........................** ......******
Total maintenance of equipment ...........................
III. TRAFFIC

SupernLteadene .. .....................* ....*..**..*........***
Outslde aganoles ......................*..........*********...
Advertising ................................................*************
Traffic adsoolatlon ....*....*..*...............** **... ******
FaBL freight linea ..........................................*
Industrial and i.m3 'g&aon bureaus *.................**.........
1Burana0 .n".************************************************
insurance *..... *....... ......*** ........***** .**......******.

Total traffic ...........................................
IV. RANS3PORTATIOS-RA-L LINE

BuperLnLen6e eol ...............................................
Dispathing trains ....................................*******.
BLation employes ..........................................
Wlghingl, Lnspaetion, and demurrage bureaus ....................
Coal and ore wharves .....................................* ....
SBation supplies and expensea ....................................
arduistars and yard aoler .....................................
Tard oonduotore and brakeaen .................................
Yard s i oh and eI al Lendere ................................
fard enginIasn ...............................................
ard otoran ...............................................
Puel for yard locomotives ......................................
Tard awbuihlne power produced ..................................
Yard swllcLing power purchBsed .................................
Water for yard looomUoLves .....................................
Luhrioants for ard locomotLwes .................................
Other supplies for yard locomotives ............................
4E lio Bhousae xpense--Tard ....................................
Yard supplies and expense ....................................
Train ng men..............................................
Train motorean ............................................
fPue for train looomotives ....................................
Train power produced .........................................
Train power puronased ........................................
Water for train looomotves ....................................
LubrioanLe for train looomotives ...............................
Other suppliea for train locomotlves ..........................(


and
apportioned
to
freight


ABssigleo
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


ervious so _I rle *IPO _L~I PR)I


$121,198


1) 16
2 056

7,333
321,010
7,990
5,794
2,220
55


9'13,31,47

670
871

25,566

786,626
9,88
27,95
2,167
2,30


8,1


3,666
64
2,826


and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenSer
and allied
t,- ,


1,269,026 3,131,418 95,468

59,o 53 ,o -
57,1 77,92 8 95,1


S- 1,271,015 3,106,90 --


36,682 60,62
4,987 76,199
215 2.232
173 627


2,g46 a -
1 8 -
6,48 8.238 -
19-

- 51,411- 147,366-


270,14'
57.888
L1.blO


18,262
87 o
I,05.091
1.0 .92
-

9499117

55.595

15.195
215 75

:?


1 __ __. I L I.


S079. 99

2.610

bI. 3 0
I, 190


1.282.595


1.9,156
1,2i.6 O1

102.157
28. 724
22,938
349.5)8
72 6.b

32,8L5


1.b"


18,919
531,698


100, 52
38,5
161



56,312

6,1440


29.99
11,0l-


I











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-A--UMMARY OF PRIMARY 0iP' R \TIN, EXIE.TSE .\ I'01i T OF CL. \l I nh1%l'T IT .\AND TERMiIN.L COOMP.%l'lEf TOR FACIE CLASS OF SERVICE.
BI DiTIRICIS AND RIFGIONS I OR I 1E YV AR lI.VU I t'El EtIBER 31 1915 .,rj,inued


AoOount


IV. TRANBPORTATION-RAIL LINE Continued

Enginehouse expenses-Train ..............................
Trainmen ............................ *.. ....* ...*********
Train supplies and expenses ........................
Operating sleeping oars ...............................
Bignal and interlooker operation .........................
Grossing protection .......................................
Drawbridge operation ............................. *......
Telegraph and telephone operation .........................
Operating floating equipment ...............................
Express series ....................... .......*.....** .....*

Stationery and printing ...................................
Other expense ................................s.......
Insurano ..............................-............
Clearing wreoks .................................... **.
Damage to property ........................ ...........

Damage to livestock on right of way .......................
Lose and dassge-Freight ...................................
Loas and danage--Baggage *..............................
Injuries to person ..................................* ..........
Operating Joint yards and trminals--Dr. ...................
Operating Joint yards and tersinals-Or. ...................
Operating point tracks and fotilitiee--Dr. .................
Operating Joint tracks and faoilities--Cr. .................
Total transportation--all line ..........................
V. TRANSPORTATION--WATER LINE

Operation of vessels .......................................
Operation of terminals ....................................
Incidental ...........................................
Total transportation-Water lin .........................
VI. MiIBO LANOUB OPERATIONS

Dining and buffet service .................................
Hotels and restaurants .....................................
Grain elevators ..........................................
Stookyards ........................ ....... .............
Produolng power sold .......................................
Other alsoellaneous operations .............................
Total lasoellaneous operations ..........................
VII. GENERAL

Salaries and xponses of general officers ..................
Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants ..........
General office supplies and expense .......................

R ef depnas ent .......xpe ....................................
enslons ................................................
l onepartne print xpes ..................................
Pensions .................................................
Stationery and prit ing ...................................
valuation exzpen es .........................................
Other expense ...........................................
General Joint fallitles-Dr. ...............................
General Joint faollitles-Or. ............................

Total general expenrs ...................................
VIII. TRANSPORTATION 70 INVT EBT]T-4..CR..............

Total railway operating expenses assigned ..............

Unaaigned operating expenses apportioned ..............

Grand total railway operating expenses .................


rotal for realone


and
apportioned
tore
treighti


and
apportLoned
Lt passerger
and allied
esniess


Eastern dlalo.ri Bouthern dltlrlol

S 5 lan 9Ie L 6l rll es Cetr l err r "~ P nhnttt d r"easne


and
apportioned
to
freight
-1O


and
apportioned
to paoerger
and allied


and
apporLLoned
to
fretlnt


and
apportlonred
Lo passenger
and allied


and
apportioned
to
freight


t-- I ---- ~- -- _______ ~ r------ 4*='rle 'a~' ~


S18,028


6b, :
21,041


27,25d
1,95 9
1),657
i0,98g




62,755

27)3,953
566,80o
11, 55
Le.5r


o11n.28
76, 146
50,12b
71.947u

130,622
1,531
8,776
88,20>

45.179
4'2,926




8, 5317
58,510

256,
97.996
78,56
167,151


664.759

S;I9
6:tl
1.897




.20
1, 71


102
1,927



61,28h


MiagneO
and
apportnoned
to passenger
and allied


5,108, b7 7,565,51 -










3 -5.656

929 -


S- 92,982 ,656 -


l ,107 157.756 20,095
19 1910 299, 9 S
29,162 -2: y" US
5,329
35 535 222
,76
S10,686 20.7 0 -

S20,506 2,636 -

-22e- 27 -
899 9
.- 6o3,4 -,


7,701,991 ~ 1,9341,7)9 33, 56
-646 2


7,701,991


13},32. 385


3), 65


I J _I I __ __ It ______








INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
5 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE I.-A--SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING '.S I \(COUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS .,IIND Il-A-l uiN FOR THE YEAR [DD DECEMBER 81, 1983 -Continued

STotalS for region

Southern dietriat .....Wes.tern district

Amount Aslinno A an ed
and and and anda and 6 and and and
appoint oned apportioned appo ond ppont onetioned apportone pporone apportioned apportioned
no to pasoenger to to pandnnger to to passenger r
nei e ght ro aie freht and alliA freight anda allie freight and allied
serve services seL e series service s services sesoe ae

I. UANTEMMN OF WAY AND STRUCTURES

Buperinnden e .............".........................................- $ 1 6- :7 6 1
Roadnwy ma alibaneo--ar ........................ ***.............. 1 0
nnlsoa nn eboan-ere o.i......tIlOe.............................. -
Roadway malitenanceBB -Other ........***************-'*'** **** -"
oabdoay-Deprolationb--ard ........*......******************** -
lRoadwayDepreciaotion-Other ....................**************** .......
Underground power tubes--Yared ..... ................********. ........... -
Underground power eubes--lher ...t.-. .....*........*................. -
UnBdrground power tubes--Depreo.tloo-lard ........ ............ ...
Undergroui n poeer tubes-DepreoatIon--Other ......... ......... ......... 7,92
TunnIle and bays-ard ............ ************................................
UnEill and subas--Olher .................. ....*.....*.*** ..........*..
Tu2nele and tubways-DepreOtcltlon--ard ...............................
unnels and e submala -Dpreolatlon--Other ..................o..*** ***** ,6
Bridge. treatles. and oulverte-ard ..................................******** 1-
Bridges, trestle, and oulwarte--Other ....................*.......... ..... .i. -
Bridges, trestles, and olv..erta-Dpre tLon--ya .................... .. -
Bridges, trestles, and oilverts-Depreotation-Other ............*..*...
29,289
aElated Ltruturos-YOad ......................*........**************. .
Elevated struaturea-Other .........................*........***............
ELevated astruatura-DepreolBlon--Yard .............*...**************.....
Elevated aIruoture. -Deprooetlo.n-Other ............................... .. g 37,0 21,17 9,1
Tie --Yara ..................................... ....... .............*** ***"* 1298 *961 -
Tlea-Other ......................-.....-.....**.......... ***-*"*** *" -"
ToIe-DepreatIon-- ar .............................*.........." ..
T ls-DepreOlatio-Other ..............o.* .....*........***.............*o. 4,96 1,1 7,
pctIa -- aip ..........a s f -...............--. .. ..---................ 1 -
all--Dther .....r......-.. ................. ....******** ***.*.** ***... .. .
Bhell-D pra eltone-Tard .............................**********........... -
Ralll-Deprel ation-Other ..........................*...**....*.......
Othe..r track mater -Yard ...................... -1 57 0 : 6, -4 5,861 151,05
Other track material--Other ...................................* ..... _
Other troak matereal-Depreoition--Yard ................................
Other track material-Depreolation- Other ............................ 10
Ballast-ard .......e.... ...................n...e..d................ 0.0 -
Ballut-On er ...............a... t.....................................
Billas--Deprseaatoon--Yad .............................................. ***

rBllar Depre~td in-O Lther ................................ ............. 2 1, 199
Trmak laying and eurtong-Zard ..........6..646......32.************** 19
Track laying and nsurfoag-Other ..........................* ****** 1 -
Right-o- r-w fa es-ard ..........n-Dpr a on-ar ..................... .... ...... -
RlSgt-of-way renose- other ............t .................................
Right, .ay flnes.-D epre a t.o--?.ar ............................ ....
Rit-ow f y i renoe a-Deprooa tio .--ther ............................ .... -
anow and stnd dances and snoweheas--ard ................. .........."
Snow and ed eps and awsheds-ther ...................................
Bnoo and smand. noug and *nowahefs-Depreeltlon-YaX .................--
Snow and san ranoes and *nowBbea-Depreolstlon-Other ................
Craings an sign..-l ad. .............................................. .. 1 165 95
Crolessia and ig -Other ................................*....* ....... -. -
Crossinge and s(as--Depreelstion-Yad ................................
Croesings end eigec-Dpre t.ationOthr ................................ .
Station and orfl' e buildlIgs ......................................... 7,047 5.905 ,0 1.5 55.109
Station mad offlos bulldlng-Deprlation ............................. 0
a= o aLd L ng .............................-- --****************** 1, 6728
Sids bulsdtng- Depres1atio ................................ ...... 9 2,O2 1
Water stations .......................... ***.......................6. 37 2.
later statlonw--Dpreciatlon ................................ ********
hel statlone ......................................................... 269 17 1,.i 930 919
Sbopsm and ngaouses ................................... 5,so 70; 6.14 9,* 16:141 T,7
Grain elevatore .............**********......................** ..............

4 Deficit or other reverse item.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATI.TIh -'
TABLE I-A--SUMMARY OF PRIMARY -PI RI x iI EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I M i Ii iN, i.' ILRMIN.AL COMI'.NILS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY LIl.I-ili I1- AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR \I-t D 'IIE FIBER i1 191 -I. uioued

Totals for regions
Bouthern district Western dlstrlot
Southern vlon Noree n reon Cnrl Wa ts. ERRO.Io? ..ImihmlUs
Account as egned gnad Assigned Aoigoned Magnee4 &malffn ad nS9--ded .4
ad dand and ad na d and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportloned apportioned apportioned apportioned Pportaned
ro to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to paneu4mo
freight and allied freight and aliaed freight an allied fright a allied
service services service oer.loes r service aerwe- aii
I. MAINTENICE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued
Grain elevatore--Depreooation .................................. .. 140,670
Storage warehouses ................................................ -
Storage warehouses--Deproolation ................................. ,
Wharves and docks ................................................. .19,645 -
Wharves and dooks--Depreolation ................................... -
Coal and ore wrves .............................................. -
Coal and ore wharves-Depreociaton ................................ .
Gas producing plants ............................................ ..
gas produoing plants-Depreolation .................................
Telegraph an telephone lines ..................................... 6068 86 231 -,368 33
Telegraph and telephone line-Depreolation .................. -
Signals and interlookers .......................................... 322 22 1,050 9,085 59.748 34,692
Signals and interlookera-Depre cation ............................ --
Power plant dame, omanls, and pipe lines ...................... -
Power plant dams, oOansl, and pipe linea-Depreoition ............
Power plant buildings ............................................. 60 3 3- 701
Power plant buildings-Depreolation .............................. _
Power substation b1ildings ......................................
Power substation bmildlnga-Depreciation ......................... --
Power transalsion asateml ........................................ 8 58
Power transition stonte--Depreoiation ..........................-
Power distribution systems ......................................... 373 1.304 5,263
Power distribution systems-Depreciation ........................... 3 -
Power line poles usa fixtures ................................... 4 386 47 225
Power line poles and fixtures-Dopreoiation ............... ....... -
Undarground conduits .............................................. --
Underground oonduts--Depreoiation ................................- .
iscellaneoui struoturea ...i ; ..... ...............................- 306 -
1a1ellansous structures -epraoiato ;............................ .. -
Paving ........................................................... 76 267 31
P&Ing--Depreolation ............................................... -
RoIraday mach.nes................................................... 361 23 55 L,06 149 15
Roadway maohines--Deprecation ..................................... 356 -
Small tools and supplies ........................................... 771 50 5 102 1 i; 10,052 3,618
Removing snow, le, and sand ...................................... 16 1 13.216 2,151 4,88 2,834
Assuesments for public improvements .............................. .....,- 223 -
Injuries to persons ............................................... 4 9 5,43 1, 51 7,e4 1,31I
Insurance ......................................................... 4,67 513 1.47 940 23.528 2.7?3
StatiLonery ana"printing ........................................... 11 13 480 267 795 172
Other expenses .................................................... .39 00 -
Total ........................................................... 133.533 15,001 291,692 154,632 893,046 196,678
Maintaining Joint tracks, yards, and other faoollties-Dr 522 3,08 415 ,829
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other faollite-Cr. ......... 9.181 8,769 8,14 52,303 97,381 196,678
Equalization--Way and otruotues .................................. -
Total--All deopeiation amounts ................................ .. .. .193.546l
Total-All oter ntenance of an truoture. ..... 124-874 62 256.621 10274 -07-
Total maintenance of way and structures ......................... ...,T4 6,01 S4S.,6Sl 10.041- _O,4l4E
II. MAINTENABCE Or EQIBPMET
Superntendence ................................................... 98 151 17,757 12,298 2,10113
ShAop machinery .................................................... 4,305 556 150 3,267 -,6 ,6
Shop molinery-Depreolation ....................................... --- -,IV
Power plant machinery ............................................. 2,464 318 100 5,504 8.101
Power plant mchinery-Depreolation ............................... -
Power substation apparaitus. ..**........*****.****...**.**.*.o... .
o-wer iubaotstaon apparatui-Deprsolstlo.on ...... ....o ..............- -
Stem loomotlwea,-R.epalr.--ard .............................. ........ 515 10 152,4844 54,031 252,569 76,033
St a looomotl e --R inra--Other ................................... 50,072 3,95 -
Other looomotwea-l-Rpalrs ........................................... -









32 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
y BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II.A--SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF (LASS ; -i I :. 1i 'r, TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EAOC CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR I i, I \Ill I? 31,1935 -Continued

iTotale for regions


Aoontt


II. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT Continued
rigat-train oare-- opaire .........*.............*........**
paeeenger-traln oara--ARpareB ................................
Floating equipment-Repsirs ...........*......*...........*...
Work eqa pmenL--Repalre ....................*......***.*******
Risaellaneou equipment--Pepaire ................ .*.........
Equipaeol retireaentl .................*****.. .**..**..*****
Exraordlnery retiremaI lt--Equlpaent ........................
Equipment depreciation .....*.....**.........******* ***.**..**
Injurlee to persona .................**.***........****..........**....*****
Insurano ..............*..... ........*******-**************
SLatlonry and pruning ......................**..**........
Other xpenese ...................*.............*.............
Ttal .................................................
Maintaining JoLnL equipment--Dr. .......................******
Ealntalnlng Joint equpe--Cr. .................................
Equalzation--Equipment ..................................
Total malntenanoe of equipment ..........................
11. YRAFFIO

Sdperilnteadeneoe .....................**.*..**..* ***.-**
Outelde aBenoel e...............................*...*..*....
Adverting ............................... ..............***.*
Trafo aee.oolstons ........................................*
Feat freight l Ice ...............................-...........
Industrial and mmligration bureaus ....................,......
Inouranoe ....... ........ .... ............... .... ..... ... **
Btatlonery and prLnting .....................................
Other expunees ................ ...........................*
Total traffs o ..........................*....**....*....*
Iv. TRANSPORTATION-RAI LINE

SuperinLtedenee ...........................................
DiaspaLohLn tralne ..........................................
Stalton eaployea ................................... ...
Weighing, Ionpeottlo, and demurrage bureaus .................
Coal and ore wharves ........................................
StatLon auppliee and expenses ................................
Irdmaalers and yard olerks ..................................
Yard oonduo ors and braeaen ...............................
Yard wittoh and sinal tenders..............................
Yard engloeaen ....... ... .......... ..................
Tard otornen ..............................................
ueL for yard Iooomotle ...................................
Tard switching power produced ...............................
Yard wl toning power purhareed ........................ .
later for yard loo looTesH ......................... .....
Lobrieants for yard looomotves ..............................
Other eupplles for yard locomotlles .........................
BEa~ nenouse xpensee--Y.rd ...................................
Yard supplies .r.. expensee ..................................
Train eg2laneam .......................... .............
Ir n nmotormen ......... ......................... ...........


southern district Western district
so Mnrewan_ 1orthwuntern re9ne on'thwesten S r!atBn .
I ABsftHHe' Assi d d
A soe Asihe Asin


Amsig-ed
and
Apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied
IA* AiR


$2,753
99


95
60



3


and
apportioned
to
freight
ma eion


$7,367

2,111
583
2,882

55,0~8


7;


and
apportioned
to paeaenger
and allied
eervties


and
apportioned
to
freight
service


6, 577

1,086
21t4


28,2 1


988
elkeg

2B,2

',7 8


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied
services


and
apportioned
to
freight
-1vi e '


173,WI

13,606
348t,
292
150,140
7,197


anda
apportioned
to passenger
and allied
-rJicA.


71,037 8,559 280,15 109,773 514,015 92.822

4s76 3,205 2: 75i 99.W

7o0,5 5,354 202,794 109.773 5 3,257 -


17,4 12,346 1,7 76
S140lo 6,786 694
103 39 1.301

2,78 -
-. 2
1,29 3,023 867
1 7 -50 -

21,817 22,553 73,879 -


8,700
2, 55


140
2:2

57 95
2 ,9
37,82

S0,919

1,370
669
149 1


832
15,873


3.127
1,7
,75
229

3,313



93


51


949 72

166

50 106


261 6


15,o040o

11,642
4,498

19
19;

1745:0


S11740
97,790
1 219
106 322


75,026

7,509



582


109,159
397,012

1






7, 99
39329O




7.90
59?51
30. 10


II9I
610.93


69.075
40,615
219,55



71,o096

5.701
1,.69
1,517
10,255
2,3850


Fuel for train loooa.L ................................... -
Train power produced ........................................
Train power purchased ..,................ .................- -
Water for train looomotives ................................ -
Lubrioants for train loooaotltes .......................-... --
OLher Suppleaa for train looomotive ......................... -

d Deflalt or other reverse Item.


ose- iVV- n i


,


L


_ __t











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 361Y
BL'REAI.' F 'TATISTIfW

TABLE II.A--'l MM1 .%R\1 i FkiM [ .\11H Ii'R.P.. [l .1 I .t .i I ll'.Ts i F I'L.\' I 1",lit'ill;N .\LN TLIIMIN.L COMP'AN.1E FOR EACH CLASS OF SER\'VCE.
b[1 fli 'Tilli Ti ;['l RI.liA'i'' lVIH [FI 1 N 'AR F',llL[I [1ILLMBER l1.1935 -Conrnnu..


Totals for regions

Boutieru district Western daltrio
-- i i


AQaoint


IV, TRANSPORTATION--AIL LINE Continued

Enginehouse expenses--Train ..............................
Trainmen ...................... .....................
Train supplies and expenses ................................
Operating sleeping care ......................................
Signal and interlooker operation ............................
Crossing protection ..............................*..........
Drawbridge operation .......................................
Telegraph and telephone operation ..........................
Operating floating equipment ...............................
express service ..............*..**..**...** ..........**

Stationery and printing ...............................**...
Other expenses ........ ..........*.....* ************...
Insurance .................. ....*.**. ..............*....
Clearing wreoks ......... ............. ...*................
Damage to property ...........................*...........*

Damage to live stock on right of way ............. ......
Lose and damage-Freight ...................................
Loss and damage -aggage .......... ......................
Injuries to persons ........... ....................** .....
Operating joint yards and terminals-Dr. ....................
Operating joint yards and terminals-Cr. ...................
Operating joint tracks and facilties-Dr. ..................
Operating joint tracks and faoilitles--Or. .................

Total transportation-Rail line .............................
V. TRANSPORTATION--WATER LINE

Operation of vessels ......................................
Operation of terminals .................. .........****......*
Incidental ...........................*........ .........

Total transportation-Water line ........................
VI. MISCELLANJ~U8 OPERATIONS

Dining and buffet service ...........................*....***
Hotels and restaurant ................................*....
Grain elevators ............................................
Stockyards ............. ..................
Producing po er sold .......................................
Other miscellaneous operations ........................

Total miscellaneous operation.......................s. ..
VII. GENERAL

Salaries and expenses of general officer ...................
Salarlee and expenses of cle and attendant ............
General ofo1fe supplles and expenses .......................
Law expen ese ...............................................
Insurance ....... .........................................

Rellef department expense ................ ..........
Pen.tonB .................... ...... ......................
Stationery and printing ....................................
aluation expense ...........................* ...*....
Other expenses .............. ..........................--...
General joint faoillit s--Dr .... .....................
General joint facllltl s-Or. ............................

Total general expenses ...........................*........
VIII. TRAPORTATION FOR INISTMENT-R. ....

Total railway operating expenses assigned. .................
Unassigned operating expenses apportioned .................

Grand total ralleny operating expenses ...................


and
appoTt ioned
to passenger
and llited
...wan..


290

1,791
976
200


52

94
1
69
U


355

33.226
374


B3lltnse= I top;Eel1 =un o= ou reF.Ln I -. ur u nurr u
t aan.


and
appor loned
to
freight
*Irvole


25.9 1
1014
6,191


23,W
9,145
2,359
2,252

8.157



35 94130

,79s
"e^


ABBlgned
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied
seirvlees


and
apportioned
to
freight
earvLoa


and
apporiitoned
to
freight
... i-


0.9505
4.217

26,4114
10,21.)
2.096









59
5.515

352
16.13)

7 54


apportioned
to passenger
and allied
earelaoa


An d Assigned

appor toned apportioned
to to passenger
freight and alliea
servioa B Iervloes


1 1 r


$2,9920

24.142
125
112


1,235


64c


23j
4,487

19
5, 6)
5.263


693.381
60,296
1,099


6,736
15,1 2

2,790


21,446
172,180
11.540
96,023


3?0,851 4,028 1,5471.92 i491.,34 9.47d.396 _










8,518


S29,56

S-- -)7,874


1,26 129 24.07 2.698 5g s66 5o,OO0

T22 1 5,3T 3 317 7,385
2.9 301 3,28 10,6Oe
5 1 6

2 al 1,b 4 6:
270 27 .: b S6Ie51 .
79 6.257 .507


433 504 3.566 -- 6 44.997
12,680 1.234 140.411 102,65 216.791 -

96 -

578,a0o 16,848 2.249,135 8-. 9 5153.691

5 69. Am.


I 57-- I ---- I --I_ __-


$670

602








5.9R2
1 ,946


on was ern a a
n


------


-------- -------- -------


sa.939


7, *. 531


2.249.115


578,860


16.848









o ]INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
16150
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE IIl-SUMNlARY OF OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES 1Y CLASS OF SERVICE, WITH OPERATING RATIOS, OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STEAM KAILWAYS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1935

Rairay operating revenues Slasy operating expenses Operating ratios
Assignable Assigned and Assigned and

str ot, region and ra.lws A gnabe to passenger Totl apportoned to apportioned to Te Paseeger
eo ] and allied reit passenger and service
seice services -ervice / allied servio es services


Eatern district .............................*..**......
New England region ...........................***..
Great Lakea region ....................................
Central Essterr region .............................
Boutn-ro dirtriot .....................................
Pooalontes region ....................................
Southern region ...........*..........*... ..* ...****
Western district ............. .........................
NJ.rthwestern region ...........................-.....
Central Western region ...............................
Southwestern region ...................................
All districts ....................................
EASTERN DISTRICT
NEW ENGLAND REGION
3angor Aroostook R. R. Co..........................
Boaton & oaine R. ..................................-
Can&dln National System: .l
C danadi National Lines in New England ................
Central Vermont y., Ino. ............................


Intramtl onsl ny. C0. of Maine.......................
aloae entral Rd R. R. 0................................
New Haven System: 51
New York, ew Haven & Hartfordl R. R. Co. ..............
Nre York Connecting R. R. Go. ..........................
utland R. R. Co. ........................................
GREAT LAUEB REGION
Cambria t Indiana R. Go. ............................
Canadian letional BSyste: Y
Grand Trunk Sestern R. R. Co. (Inoluding Muskegon ey.
SNavLgation Co.) ................ ..............
Delaware & Hudson R. R. Corporation ...................
laware, Lackawanna & Wetern R. Co. ...............
Detroit & Maoknac y. Co ..............................
Detroit & Toledo Bhore Line R. R. Co. ...................
Brie System:
Er R. R. Co. (Including Chiceago & Erie R. R. Co.) ...
New Jersey New York R. R. R Co.....................
ewo York. Susquehanna & Western R R. Co. (Inoluding
ilkeea-bare & Eastern R. R. Co.) ...................
Lehigh & Hudson River Ry. Co. .........................
Lehigbh NIo England R. R. Co. ... ...................
Lehigh Valley R. R. Co. ...............................,
Monongahela gy. Co. ..................................
Montour R. R. Co. ...............................o.....
New Haven Sysces: W
NIw Yor. Ontario & Western Ry. Do. ...................
.ew York Cenlral Lineal
Now York Central ,. R. o. ...........................
Pittsburgh a Laze Erie R. Co. ....................
Nbw York. Chiaego & St. Louis R. A. Co. .................
Pore Marquette Ry. Co. ..............................
PItssburg A fbawmut R. A. Co. ..........................
Pittsburgh A West Virginia RN. Co ......................
Pittsburg, Shaw t & Northern R. R. Co. ..................
Habash System:
Ann Arbor R. R. C. ...............................
Wabash NR. Co ...... .............................


C .L .L I ..,,. ".7 41-,


H0 nC


1755,772 7 7 94, 0,465 11JCCC, na,,0, 7;1O, 6.b 99. O 101.5
6 .'05'rfe Av ., 0, 26.
A 115 04 g :39711:362
73,135,5? 57575 ,1 135, 19 1 51292 13 6 11
715, 93 579,675 135. 919 516,9,950 30.55,35 156,37,565 72.27 62.18 11.
4461 Ol a 6kre ; 61 6 79.;614141 462.903.67 3146.929.771 llR.97Y.926 71.5 61. 116.1
I -~~-'-~d4-+ -6~-~*'-,+- 4 -44',~4,- 1- -K~7P 360.c~c ~ I----I~~n~ T mm


429,65A1453


6:O. ,eA.,,.00, 1 4a.. I


342,529,025


95,351,146


139.53


O :92 1 10 059, 8. 3o 5l43, 61,o2;7 22 33 ,2O 7 .993 ,90 -7,72 5p 9 63. 12
599,0 826 98733 202 132905,39 13,39;,05 .1 66.15 30
22, 665 231,93 .761 30:237,90 20,22,43 56,902,93 51,326,515 9 67.65 1
3,451,929,411 2,894,366,615 557,562.796 2,592,741,419 1,873,771,629 718,969,790 75.11 64.714 128.95


6,067,315
43,62,,737
1,140,220
5,423,305

962,695
1,2. 077
11,431,533
71,113,280
2,727,298
3,213,312


1,132,262

21,015,134
22,86 ,928
54150o
3,554,326
75,126,702
765,868
3,529,468
1, 93,251
3,432,725
40, ,,557
3, 844. 03
1,988.377
8,590,513
310,192,980
16, 945,794

28.478,085
}).00,o.5
896,693

14'1


Includes a proportion of uamasgned.
Bee ale Oreat Lakes Region and NorIhreatern Region for this esytem.
See also ForthweNtern Region for this system.
See also ONret Lakes Region for this system.
See also Hew England Region and o4rtnwstern Region for this system.
SSea allo Hew England Region for this @fstem.


5,618,436
32,557,561



710,326
1,550,632
9,596,583
42,324,476
2,591,691
2,218,332


1,132,262

19,652,469
21 086,9 33
35,070,175
553,:34
3,554,326
66,847,605
179,015
3.177,753
i,Ma,973
1,4 97

3, P,2998
1,988,314
7,752,130
22d,739,599
16,255,929
12,913,276
6, ..727


U88,276
3,836,075
37,:78,219


448,579
11,067,176
127,715
60, 536

252,36
1,34 ,950
28,788,804
1 607





1,362,665
1. 9,995
1,


8,279,097
586,853

351,715
4,278
3,139
4,093,111
19,805
63
838,383
81,453,381
689,565
1.3,P.237
2,5

10,407
123,199
703,6413


3,969,370
32M549,275
1,176,021
4, 79,716

1,190,618
1,757,593
8,406,899
52, 414,42
3,12i 79


909,419

16,662,411
20,512,281
36,96.49

1,591,027
514,793,1411
925.332.
2,528.254
1,01),309
2.,59 10
31,967, 10
1.54,l 612
1,166,44a
6,389,755
237,197,455
13,655,15
23,107,155





3?: 246, MS


3,085,022
19,613.918
1,080,850
3,349,282

715,163
1,105,583
5,897,.35
27,430,896
635,056
1,807,251


909,419

14, 23 O,976

34,8256
1,591.027
43,016,257
108,045

1,693,196
959,911
2,577,716
2,

1,166,265
5,593,491'
156,061,174
11,533.699
20,505,586
18,503,119
2,940,279
790,702
2,796,279
26,02o4,45


584,348
12,935,357
295,171
1,430,434


652,01
2,509,064







2, :1, 43
S,3 796
5153,965
199,798


11,77157
517,257

835,o058
23,395
15.I"
6,056,007
80,228
183
796,261
81,136,291
2,124,495
2,601,.599
2,6)34,168
40,256

39,993
264,o23
5,222,moO


74.61
120.68












79.29
88.13
123.68
73.:5










44.76



71.63
b7.8

40.17
58.66


76.17
50.60
b7.96












92.43

77.22


1o6.75
73.1?

100.68


64.81
24.50
814.


50.32

72.41
u1.07
6298
44.76
64.35
60.36
53-.2
66.L4
75.16
70.90
36.28
58.66
72.15
68.23
70.95
62.30
68.95
91.89
68.014

59.02

8.71


__ I __ I _____


S.01
231.11
l 8.58

168.40
196.72
136.76
6.75
11.39
132.73




17$4.3
192.01
112.76
19g8.


142.25
139.27
237.42
5.94
506.02
14 796
405.09
290g.4
94.98
99.61
307.96
195.57
I..


214.


644 ...... 27 1 '29 .29L. I ... -.
1. 1'.


!r t im in3 li90


11o e


4I


361,;461,129 68,190,32


79.72 sa-31










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATI.TiCS

TABLE Ill-SUMMARY "I *I1 11'.U1, IL L ( \7,1L iil..1l.% 11, ..I [ Ii 1 .\ i -LI.' ILL ill ,'l %% 1 .\T -Q IN RA'l'ir. OF IN I'IVIDULAL
I I..\ i TiL.\1 J \i i.t.\\ I R itil I L.\ N 1 LiI' 1IL'.' RI. K I 1935 -(.toba,.Jd


District, region and railway


R&llway opjer'atin revenues


Total


As eInable
to freight
service a /


TI passenger
and allied
services ~/


1 1.


Total


Aeslgnel and Assigned usc


AaI ned &no Ama gnae and
apportloned to apportlored to
freight passenger and
serve / rallied servoen I/


Total


Freight
service


I I rV 4 I I


EASTERN DISTRICT Continued
CENTRAL EASTERN REGION
Aklron, Canton & Youngstown Ry. Co. ....................
Baltimore & Ohio System: g/
Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co. .........................
Staten Island Rapid Transit RI. Co...................
Bessseer & Lake Erie R. B. Co, .........................
Chicago & Eastern Illinois By. Co. ....................
Chicago & Illinole Midland Ry. Co. (Inoluding Spring-
field, Havana A Peoria R, R. Co.).....................
Chicago, Indianapolla A Louisville Ry. Co .............
Detroit, Toledo & Ironton R. R. Co. ...................
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern RBy. Co. .................... ...
Illinois Terminal C. ........................*....**....
Missouri Paoiflo Bystem: j/
Missouri-Illinois R. R. Co. .........................
Pennsylvania System:
Long Island R. R. Co.. ................................
Pennsylvania R. R. Co. ...............................
Penneylvania-Rssalng Seashore Lines ....................
NRE'ila1 system:
Central. R. R. Co. of New Jersey .....................
Reading Co. ........................ ... .. .........
Wester Maryland R. Co. .............................
heeling & Lake Erie By. Co. ...........................
SOUTHERN DISTRICT
POCAHONTAS REGION

Chesapeake & Ohio fy. Co .............................
Norfolk & Western Ny. Co. ...........................
Richmond, Fredericksburg 4 Potomac R. R. Co. ........
Virginian Co. ...........................................
OUTHERN REGION

Atlantlo Coast Line System:
Atlanta & West Point R. .Co. ......................
Atlanta, Birninghan & Coast a. R. Co. ..............
Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Co .......... ...........
Charletor, & Western Carolina y. Co. .....*.....*.....
lirnOhreli R. R. Co. ................... ..........
Georgia R. R., Lessee Organization ..................
Louisville & Nashville R. R. o......................
Nashville, Chattanoogs & St. Louis y. .............
Western Iy. or Alabama ..............................
Columbus & Greenvllle Ny. Co. ..........................
Florida East Coest Ry. Co. .............................
Georgia & Florida R. t. (Inoluding Statesboro Northern
By.) .........................................
Oulf, Mobile & Northerrn A. Co, ......................
Illlnole Central Byltem:
Central of Georgia By. Go. ......* ....................
Guil a Ship Island R. Co .........................
Illlnola Central N. R. Co. ............ .............
Yazoo & Mlsslsalppi Valley R. R. .Co. .................


$l,986,aiO


9,828,107
1 ,431.90Li

),s24 156
8.255,917
8.10o.50I
14,203,.29
5.:12,789
1.053,09o

23.306b.4;1
I.Oq.ago






51,97,.733

1,3 97,87?


11,969, 154
126,126.,662
565 o,105
9,8o}: 3,45

11,263,275
3,2022,2L
7 162,9Z3
8,089,B51
14 202. 61

1,027,510O


,,2616010
2, ob5

24,079,070


1),F5r:.976


114 ,011,4} I ,10 28,024
78,0 E ), 7,4179,22 11
6,507,5 '06 4
15,783,580 15,67 .385


1,586,507
i,009,ob)
39, 04 246
1.943, 368
5.,15.015

1,215,076
75.694.751
12, 50,492
1,3o5,498

990.96o
7,729.029
1,093.7o4
6,175,210

14,475,545
1,26,.220
4,798,6..
12,698,045


1,171,713
2,731,931
29,798,856
1,oo00,018
5,228.,255
2,588,207
05,722,511
10,264,698
956, 30O
861,881


1,027,69
5,742,996


12,184,519
1,02,: 61
72,149,952
11,155,925


617,506
15, 746,981

24,762
2,168,629
4b,06Z
1,11),97
13,852
748
901, 33
25,7B6

17,9 5,401





19, 905
22,:98


st, 3,947

105,46u,l4QL
1,569,531
6,501,024
10.627,1 )
2 123,1275
6,629,031
3.638.762
10,123,761
3.565,711
84 b, 280


263,100,18o
5,1459,868

21.402,672
35,752,, 145
10,205,419
9,901,658


,60, 10 U,289,894
5 .621,7499,alb5


141?,06
2? 252
9.24. ,390


376,869
9,972,198
2,038,794
409,190



66,011
430,248

2,291,026

12,648,699
1,542,120


2 780 625
32,06, 675

3,087,169
2,752,808
57.795,870
11.120.990
1,571,332

6,694,208

1,001,564
4,09, 420

12,224,590
1,092,286
72 056,675
9:796,90o


1.294.637
80,246,007
366.521
6,155,350
7,491,950
2,167,115
5.26 A,
3,b358,76

10,123,472
2405a,816

757,558


17, 904 ,662k
1,819,737

13,374,917
28,280.101

9.7 2,508


640, 10
25,218,153
1,203.010
317,6414

3.1)5,183
i16,i6o
1, 3, 378

509
1.159,895
88,692

l, 504,.' 5
89 .5P


o,08755
715,752
159,180


51,42,5 92,860,040
2,429,3,1 2,8.204
6,718,085 1460.013


922.133
20.o669g.
1,296,269
2,91p,9b9

2,211,222
43.525,525
8,557,152

646,205
3,012,459
79a 991
5,1771:471

8,911,738
7 1.o7


470,902
551,766











911,94.
170,200










5,312,852
s351,211
17,924,119
2.936,659


67.19

10 4.35
66.15

79.12
71.52
50.29
4,490



80. 35


77.42
71.53
96.01

72.70

7).36


65.74
6U.62
62.77
66.52
67.67





73.73



0.:o

552.55

72.41


Passenger
and allied
services


230.26

126.12




339.00
122.12

41.
128.69

43).95


1o06.31
127.89

148..7
177.57
378.707
371.07


55.50 48.81 214.19
527. 49.965 20f.25


52.13
73.92
58.08

85. 62
76.35
90.g9
100.*3
g.
9l6






64.97
77.15


78.56
81.81


55.79
78.72
66.2}
a1.42
91, h



77.74
55.33



75.03
61.,49


114.00

323.50

1137.60
149.10

197.


107.4B
fl1.96

144.6o
4u,.02
141.71
190.43


Includes a proportion of unassigned.
SBee also Oentral Western Region for this system.
See al so Southwestern Region for this system.
8264i0 -- f--4-s


""'~""'


Railway operating expenses


Operating ratllo








3o INTERSTATE COMMERCE (l' OMMISSl 'N
3150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE III-SUMNIMARY 01 OI'IIEATING IRVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES BY F1 ,,- ,' -I '' i WITiil i .' 1 \ IGA RATIO. OF INDIVIDUAL
(1ASS I 8T SAM RAILWAYS, FOR TIHE EAR ENDED rIl I 11 1 -1 1i.,,

Railway operating revenues Railway operating xpense.s Operating ratios
SAlssalsgnble Assigned and Assigned and Paeeegng.
eDitriot, regon an rto pasy enger ra apportined to aprtoned to Teotal t P
Total to freight 1 darviced freight Toalaed eil e___________ i
aervioe 1/ and allie passenger and service
service allied services 1/r....


SOUTHERN DISTRICT Continued
SOUTHER REGION Continued
HIelesi6pi. Cr.tral R1 o. ...........................
mIorrolk SB.tNer, R o .......e.....,.... o*.......
Geaboard Sur LIn. By. Co. ........... ............****
Bsutinerm yattm:
Alabama Great Su.uierm R. R. Co. ..................
Cinolinnal. Nea Orleans I Texas Paoiflo Ry. Co.....
Georg a Southern & riorida Ry. Co. ................
Mobile & Chli F. h. Co. ..........................****
New Orleane & Northeaetern R. R. Co. ................
Northern Alabama Ry. Co. ..........................
Southern ry. Co. ....................*..****........
Tenneesee Central y. Co. ......................*......
WESTERN DISTRICT
NORTHWESTERN REGION
Canadian Natloral System. /
Duluth. Wr.nipeg & Paolfric y. Co. (Inoluding Duluth,
Rainy Lase & Winnipefg RY. Co.) ..................
Canadian Pesrcic Sajtem: /
Dululb, South Share & Atla.tia By. Co. .............
Mltune.polle, BS. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie Ry. Co. ...
Spokane Internatlur.na h. 00C. .....................*
Chicago & North Western SyatemI
ChIcago & Norta Western Fy. Co. ................*-...
Chcagol St. Paul, Minneapolia A Omaha By. Co. .....
'hioay, Gireat Western ft. R C. R ......0................
Dhlergo. Milwaulse. BE. Paul & Paciflc R. R. Co. .....
Duluth, Mlaeabe & Northern By. Co.* ........*.........
Great Northern By. Co. .........................****-..
Green Bay & Western R. B. Co. ......................
Lake Buperlor & Ishperlng R. R. Co................
llnaeapole & St. Louis R. R. Co. ...................
Northern Pacifc I. Co. ............................
Bpokane, Portland A Seattle Pg. Co. and Affiliated
omp rjlep 4 ..................I.....................
UnIon Pacllio Syasem.
Cregon-WaeatlngtI. R. A Navigaton Co. ...........
CENTRAL WESTERN REGION
Atohblsn Topela a Santa P e B. Co. and Affiliated
Coa ple 6 .. .................... .......
Baetlmjre A Ohio BSetem: Z/
Alton R. R. Co. .... .........................*......
Burlington Route:
Chloago, Burlington & qulnoy R. R. C. ..............
Colorado & Southern By. Co. ........................
Fort Worth a Denver City 1R. Co. ...................
Derver & Rio (Gande Western R. R.G Co. .................
Denver A Salt Lake Ry. Co. ..........................
Revada Northern 4y. Co. ..............................
Rook lelanld SystemL
Chloago, Rook lealnd & .ulf 45. Co. ...............
Chicago. Rook Ibland a Pacific Ry. Co. ..............


*726.055
4,.or,ai



1,9;7,997
8,s53.,751
2.)9, .29
555.033
2,9c.'3,703
2. 250, 933





1,072,852
2,360,044
23,45, 22












7,589,030
16,639,142






135,686,392

13,969,218
52.925.09



2.2 l 4. 882
53;:8- 4












?0,944,210



3,914,000
63.202.855


$go,. 166
'.41 1414
27,ios,l9

4,369,567
12,o070, 1
1, 415:86
8,192,7 7
1,971,573
516,605
6 5,7,62
2,093,695





1,017,187
2,106,839
21,096,257
537,812

63,41.61291

l.G.oou.lOC
*r. I C.

11, 436.5143





6,815,487
14.277,429



113,306,891
10,913,721
69.66,1417


18676,6a
367

3,367.260
5255,b.066


6,304,172

891,2S5
1,:179,100
522, 134
60,969


14. o,1l1l
15.238





55,665
253,205
2,6 W9 2
56,:15

14,004,205
2,454,26a
1,159,607
11,813,603
83,267
,ao0,995
59,595
92,313
476,930
6,4g,52o

773,543
2,361,713



22,379,501
3,055,497
13,463,792

864,563
2,20,1597
126.177
5",914


16,740
0,46 +,719


2.-, %.0


2,326,836

1,685,095

1,718,688
367,992
60,9489, 6
1,625,277





1,049,786
1,835,246
19.4 9, 799
539. 11

65, 458,579
13,581,705
11,591,0
76,416,517
6,64,42
50,061r.14
1,136,580o
1,0 .7,999
6,?,"5,}81
44.093,00o0
4,755,440
13,179,210


109,423,484
11,670,589
62,r44,384
3,8 8,695
16,15.468
1,2 bd81
298,0119

2 576.7
56,973.933


504,754
3,75,051
19,548,798

2.977,029
6,585,399
6,511,229
1,161,564
42,627,40
1,.443560





856,413
1, 42,346
14802,371
387,324

44,666,631
9.211,630
9,382,619
56,737,00o6
6,061,830
37,1574490
91 ,817
1,038,890
5,788,32
31,863,295
3,642,534
9,352,953



77,064,284
8,075,605


2,s4,?li7
12,ool, 07
,Ool ,)?3
11.,0'23


40,126,631


133,714
545,259
9,845,225

1,349,807
2,126,457
639,590
1,219,150

1 2 94
18, 21,575
181,717





193, 373
492,900
4,637 8
152,347

20,679,9148
4,070,075
2,208,469
19,679,511
580,712
12,9 O.724
221, 763
29,109
975,053
12,230,305

1,112,946
3,826,257



32,359,200
3,594,984


1,3 9,908
3,474,3q5


766,015
16,847,902


86.59

82.25
61h. 30
86.95
87.}31

6:12
73.52
72.20





97.85
77.76
81.87
90.83



82.64

21.66
80.48
48.02
S8.87
81.89

62.66
79.21



80.64
83-55
75.42
so.37
70.97
77.04
70.53

72.98
90.14


73.56
73.03
70.72

68 .1
73.84

58.91







84.19


72.02

70.52
70.86


55.00
i5
46.97
81.14
67.25
53.44
65.51



68.01
73.99
64.05



5076.3



76.35


.1_ 1 I I __ 1


SInoludes a proportion or unaeslgned.
/ ee also New Egland Region and Great Lakee Region for this system.
See also aNw Vngland Region for tolsa yetem.
Includes Spokane. Portland & Seattle Iy. Co.; Oregon Trunks y.; Oregon Electric Ry. Co.; and United Rys. Co.
Bee aloe Central Western Reglon for this system.
/Includea Atchisoo. Topeal A Santa Fe Ry. Co.; Gulf, Colorado & Banta Fe Ny. Co.; and Panhandle & Santa Fe RB. Co.
See also Cantral Etern Reglon for this eyatea.


156.17



122.
184.4
21T.77
127.18
115.57





347.39
194.66
115.07
270.53


147.60
166.58


560.08
236.41
204.44
189.07
143.88
162.01



144.59
117.66






134.10
158.24
191-


.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 34
BUlrEAU OF TATTI ITi5i

TABLE III- ,1 M \i % l ,I i I l '.F IIN.O IL', L;N 1 I I %NI .VI- I FA H' N -.- \ ii i 1 i 1 \\1\ I'. il Illir- il| IN[1l(|\ 1 ,1 L
'.I ,. I I % ]'". I.\ ._1 II. [' it 1 \H I\ '[ i.1 I't L '.llil; ] 19T5 ..h.U., .

Neitway oper~~~~tir5 IsY~~~~oOCS hala prt18epne prto e


District. region and rallway


Total


LAsegnable
to rrstght
eoiloe I/


'---~-i--- + I 1


Asaignable
to passearor
and allied
oeroesoB lI


Total


A sLgned and ABdgnae anM
apportioned to apportioned to
rreight passenger and
service I/ allied esnloae


Total


Freight
BaerTOe


t -4 1 I __ ___ 4 4


WESTERN DISTRICT Continued
CENTRAL WESTERN REGION Cor.t Lnud
Southern Pacifio Syste: /
Northwestern Pacifoi R. .o. Co ......................
Ban Diego & Arizona Eastern R W. Co. ...............
southern Paifi Co. / .......................... ....
Toledo, Peoria & Western R. R. ......................
Union Paolifo System: t/4
Los Angeloe &, Salt L o I. o ............. ....
Oregon Short Line R. R. ...........................
St. Joseph & Gran ns d I By. ......................
Union Paolfo R. R. o.............. ...........
Utah Co. .......................... ...................
Western Paoiflo R. R. Co. ....................... ....
SOUThWESBTRN REGION

Burlington-Rook Iseland R. R. Co. ......................
Fort Smith Western By. Co. ........................ ...
Frisoo Lines:
Fort Worth & Rio Grande By. Co. ....................
St. Louls-Ban Franoisoo By. Co. .......................
St. Louis, Ban Franoeiso & Texas Ry. Co. .............
laneas City Southern By. Co ...........................
Eaneas, Oklahoma & Gulf y. Co. ........................
Louisiana & Arkansas By. Co..........................
Loulsiana, Arkansas & Teas Co. ....................
Midland Valley R. R. Co. .............................
Missourl & Arkansaes y. Co. 5/V ...... ............
Misourl-saneas-Texas R. R. Ob. and Controlled
Companies fi/ ................... o.. ...... ............
Missourl Panifio System: 2/
Beaumont, Sour Lake & wetern By Do ................
International-Great Northern R. R. Co. ................
Mlesourl Paoifio R. R. Co. ........................
New Orleans, Texas & MezXoo By. Co. ...............
St. Louis, Brownsville & Mexioo BR. Co. .............
San Antonio, Uvalde & Gulf R. R. Co. .................
ioxas & Paoirfo By. Co. .............................
National Bye. of Mexloo:
Texas Mexloan y. Co. ..................................
Oklahoma City-Ada-Atoka Hr. Co. .......................
Southern Paoifio System: A/
St. Louis Southwestern By. Co. and A frillaft
Companies .................................
Texas & New Otleans H. Co. ........................
Wihabita aUll & Southern R. R. Co. .....................


128,753.89 6


16,9s8.2ak
24.217,031
2,945.675
71






2"2,879
1,0907,071

9,981,091
2,0109,79
140,793,953

968,787
*.329,766
90, 315



7,82, 275


,27.152.51

23.479.95


1635.089


2,0d6. o12
o 38, B7
101. 0:.917
1,1O1, )01


13.971.935
21,)85,192
2.850,M b
60 ,lo, l2
1,061,152
12.J5.t800O


781,832
633 131
380, 28
35.5g.863

9.465.757
1.9 4,281
1 ,577.,330

91,006
1.329,523
68,959




10,014,50 l
65,96, 296

L,0o98,o6
B61,518
19,677,201

1, 154 595
4' :79


$1,194.812
100,560
27.0148909



3,016, 29
2,83)2,611
95,279
11,149,119

552,271


83h,96

62,051
5,007,637
26,675

515.3154
25,798
216,621
2:,781
216
71.356
3,999,944



8,615,202
l16,399
ho '182
75,107
3,802,755

49.369
20,710


53.066 258
5452861
95,880,971
1,383,673

11,535,067

52 66, ol6
706,110
10,599,912


q96,1 6)
619,O i
613,809
35,680,051
1,254.433
7,205, 7
i,077,aO
3,122,996
754,o
728,60
788,'68

21,516,618


1.315,270
9, 99, 630
60,750,184
1 392:,B5
915, 377
15,990, 556

882,021
261,587


$1,416 935
)16:707



7, 35 456


)o,
1,630,298
706,113
9,149,155


779,077
573,7)6
410,910
26,706,587
1,:.l,705
6,159,915
969,509
2,772,049
726,135
72).732
610,773
14,896,)22



45:,753:,5214
980,972
2 525,890
697.631
10,821,812

798,715
195,015


15,74,2 28 15,171,265 570,963 LO,735,7 4 9,261,986
: 6,7 686 8 2 4,773, 2 28 7, 21,01792,21
50,520 57,328 11.192 1'15.0514 )83, 895


61,649.323
226,571
30.,351,727


4,161,6.11
14,078,801
176,464
4,)328,093
1.445.787


217, 86
'5,305
202,899
8,973.ti
89,728
1,045,772


21:916
,872
177,695
6, 20o,26

a51,907
2:982,i86

a11,993
1,070,52
217,746
5,.1B8,74

83,306
66,572


1.472,748

51,159


STnoludes a proportion of unasaltned.
See also Southwestern Regilon for this stem.
Inolude Southern Pacifo o Steamship Lines.
See also Northwestern Region for this systm.
leslaorl & Worth Arkansas Ry. Co. prior to April 16, 1935.
Includes IsesourtC-ltaei exa-T l. R. Co.; M1leourl-Keansa-Texas R. R. Co. of Texas; and ever, Needs & Englewood R. R. Co.
See also Central Eastern egion for this system.
See also Central Western Region for this system.
InOludes St. Louis Southwestern By. Co.; St. Louis Southwestern Ry. Go. of Texas; Shreveport Bridge a Terminal CO.; and Dallas Terminal Ry. A Union Depot CO.


75.12

67.90
66.9f



82.09


115.15
91.93

138.60
88.00
114.93
72.19




83.85
78.146

714.18
83.16
81.46
78.16
79.92
102,89
68.10

73.-81
60.12


67.91




52.77
56.78


74.05


99.

107.90
75.15
109.38
65.08




70.29
63.60





61.1
86.65
55.00

69.72
47.06


68.20 61.0
80.91 71.99
74.05 70.11


Passenger
sod allied
*scr.n..


1 .2





125. 7
261.79


260.)5
1:.9

)326.99
179p.
336.37
202.93


112.65
249.03
165.51




246.11
266.1m
289.91
135.92

168.7o


258.12
136.69
236.20





MHlway operating expenses


Ralwary peri&Lling reveUBes


Operat ag ratios









36i INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE IV-SUMMARY OF .I l.E 'TL i OPERATING STATISTICS RELATING T.i' Ri'l I i.\:D PASSENGER SERVICES OF INDIVIDUAL
L L.:, I TEAM RAILWAYS, FOR THE YEAR i-.N Ei) ILCL M1'LR 31. 19s5


Ditrlot, region and railway


Eastern ditriot .................*...............
New England region ............................
great Lakea region .........................*****
Oent al Eastern region ........................
Southern district ....................** ..*******
Poeahontal rglion ............................**
southern region ..............................
Western ditriot ............. ....................
Northrwnatrn region ...,.....................*.
Cen ral Weatel region .......*...* .***.***.***
Southwestern region ..........................
All dietriota ............................
EASTERN DISTRICT
NEW ENGLAND REGION

Bnewor A Aroostook R. R. o. ....................
BRueon d Irl.h. R. .. .***************************
Boston a Maine H. ......................** ..**..
Canadian National System:
Canaian National Lin. in New England..........
Central Vermont Ry., oo. .......................
Canadian Psoifio S51.5r1 2/
Canadian Pecirio Lines i Vermont ..............
Dlfarntlonan l Rn. Co. ot Maine ........ .
Malnes oetral R. R. Co. ...........................
New Haven System: /
eow York, Nes Haven & Hartford R. R. o. .......
New York CoannReotg R. Co. ..............***
Rutland R.. Co. ...............................
GREAT LAZES REGION
Ca bria & Indiana R. R. o.......................
Canadian Nitional S_4tia: 4_
Grand Trunk Western R. R. Co. (InoludlIg
Muskegon R.. & Navigation Co.) ...............
Delee r & Hul~don R. R. Corporation ...........
Delarar, LaoLkauwnn & Weste R. R. Co..........
Detrolt A Macklnao Ry. Co.........................
Detrolt A Toledo Shore Line R. R. Co ............
Erie system:
Erie R. R. Co.l(nolulnI Chioago & Erie R.R.Co.)
Sela Jereey Y NeTorn R. R. Co. ...............
ew York, Susquehanna A Western R.R. Co. (n-
eluding Wilkes-Barrae A Eastern R.R. Co.) .....
Lehlb a Budeon River ft. Co ....................
Lehlgh L Fse England R. R. Co... .............
Leoigh Tallea R. R. Co ..........................
onongahela R. Co. ............................
Monour' R Co ................................
Se seven System:
New York, Ontario A Western Ry. Co ............
wee Toro Central Linoee
Te. tork Central R. R. Co ................
PittxLtrgh A Leae Erie R. R. Co. ..............
ISe oRft, Chicago A St. Louts R. R. Co. ..........
arn Marquette RHy. Co. ...........................
Pittbdrg A BShvumut R. R. Co. ...............
Pittsbulrgh west Virginia Ky. Co. ...............
Pittsbur, Shamaut A Northern R. R. Oo. ..........
Wabiah Woted:
Am Arbor R. R. Co. ............................
Wabash Ry. Co.. ...............................


Train-miles


___ ___ 4 .--~-..


Freight,
Including
a proportion
of mixed


Passenger,
including
a proportion
of mixed


rrelgan- usDt
Inoludlng
freight train, mixed
train and exolaluve
ark annmt


rresig empty
inoaludng
freight train, lmxed
train and
oabooe9
0 oi 2.R2i.qOR


Passenger train,
including
passenger
and aixed
train


1 lh (lL nac nnh


Ton: slea
of
revenue
freight


.1 1


11,15Z,101 1642306,02 1 4,62,82t ---+. 1:J I 2" 4 6
1.9,3(023


1155,48B
72, 59,272
63,532,863


6,9;,'453
78,772,3.44


1,4a2,3 265
1,260,M:4,023
I Kf- 070Q 779


55, 3,5


8,526 b1 69,16 59 I 41~16 ....... .. i t .
......... ... .. K7 .71 .18 k i c ) 125=, 12 35 2, 5 lR:66.01,r-


l.59a6:lO6;5


9:7; 562859
.h4 ... d",


I 1 92,297.161 156,i1k 81 5,0{ ~- ....l ,,.u i21,. .o.':i509t- ,7 .1..... .67 4h


.9.6i 3276: 133
Z, 91.896 31,216,123


I I.


. 57
12040,11,ID


620,625
3,158,018





!g: 5


3a
190,375
490,2
1,234,271

3,75,692



43,686

2,722,217
2,411,295
),99b,522
119,739
265,224
7,856,234
26.130
264,525
257,408
4, 0,?
251,899
161,226
1,170,86)
30.67J,937
797:531

Z 1. 59
301,009
176,836
1|9,249
6,.76,900


7,150,01
148,736
857,280



1,333,1
9,216a
811,821


-

1,201,335
1,283,586
5,117281
194,710
-

5.45.519
397,951
455,781
7, a
2,9oq,3
.42;,64
-

468.425
40,191.629
798,328
1, 40,079

6O,730

34,708
186,741i
3,101,391


13,820,907
106,865,707

3,598.7443
20,723,009


J,942,653
294o,552?
128,633 172
4,711,101



1,030,217

712,077,711
2.217.060
27, 07,

7.519.523
32),09s, 5r
119,935
2,131,602
b.188,858
6,9b1.,43
135,5b3,296
7.049,779
2,092,695
24,377,837
998, 464,62
31,661,469
170 2285 73
102.049,63
957,008
6,. 9,680

2,0b5,088
16,019,40S
197, 05.991


10,413, ?6
149,669,342
1,993,;89
7,16lS, 03

1,87,678
3, g, 239
16,216,805
69,89,42T7
2,130,627
4,7r4' 561


970,803

44,681,618
47,8i1,181
69,2192
iO61736

5,6oi0701

16o,575

1,629,957
4,a0o,ooa
o, .12.4d9
76,947,.10
7,227.510
1, 59 3501'
19,592,770
670,.094,0-b
2),296,020
102-".063,
70,479.loO
988,172
I., 390. ol

1,637.335
10,031,926
122,015,066


2,499,269
36,970,837



1,037,201
1,9 ,129
7,16,223

59,557,009
70,022
5,519,762


-




775,;36
-



1,550,971

1. 2
E,b4-,204
90,11O
-

3,800,134
334.61l,2L8
3,329.752
9,070,273
B,5?)3,102
0,7 10

59,251

19,~,552


251,724,174
2,041,652,03t

71,800,01
b6,4g90,.63

75 ,677,84
178,;,r650
576, 72,211
2,421.834,719
7,Ob.2,571
152.182,753


58,943.526

1 COO7 o9.469
2, 26,117,935
2.625,.,2, 130
'9,172,00.J)
296,722,441
6,760,035,292
2,137,324

85,950,283
205,117,TOC0
290,277,060
3,31.,68 ,010
379,520,48 6
106,803,719
766,653,390
22,?5.043,493

3. 96.4b5,000

8.814,195
215,507,422
78,966,340

3,585 ,54 287


I L I- -


Bee also Great LoAes Region and Northwestern Region for this system.
SSee alo Horthwestern Region for this system.
Bee also Great Lakes Region for this stem.
Bee aleo New Bsglend Region and Horthwestern Region for this sy tem.
See also iw En gland Region for this system.


Revenue
peessenge-


., ,- -
3,8b6.144.657
9 AAAif AAAi 'Ka~


I a
13 .:r;i Z6. () 1
1... 1.7


826,063.24.5
8,475,571,667


11,284,262
317,8C2.14"
3,t67,112
17,515.986


),798,728
8,:92.668
35,039,70)
1,036,305,605

13,757,417


-

32.095,510
36, 55, 95
(273783,419
l,118,0, 0

-
321,403 ,396
'46.792,216
el,849.155
72,59
7.5 V
102.636.172
285,779
-

20,022,549
2.245,951,995
33,216,879

37.919,.102
29,879,480
'97.167
-

45,298
1,89968
104la: ,tB


"91: M. :0045


l'oao,487,651


I


I I


Can-miles in tra
nsportation service


I. Irnj unll llal


_~_ ___ I~_


ts i f p


Q 777.nnfi.QrM


1~ 1 all t'3.' 93n


56,9b5,22L,9}1
4:,"X,71 e


2)1'52 R 12


1l;12825127'235


7'0: '22,: *2


59:rLq:'8'O


1


I7,70f,32 95


2,709.uy, 309y


ae so3 932 15


903 927 575


12 c o 11 soo


724 887 3


1,971,930,17


41,6,.95,c
foo543 3C4I


578.805 ,12
198,795,67a











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE IV-sUMMARY 0F1 E i i I i II .' i II. ]i \ I II RELATING TO FREIGHT AMII I!'.1 SLNGF.RH R\ IrF% OF INDIVIDUAL
I .. i 1 R ,* IL \, I 'I. I [ll YEAR ENDED IIl.. I.1IBL.P i 1 i19. -Cur, ,u,,l

I -r


Dietriot, region and railway


EASTERN DISTRICT Continued
CENTRAL EASTERN REGION
Akron, Canton & Youngetown Ry. Co. ................
Baltimore & Ohio System: 1
Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co. ....................
Staten Xlland Rapid Transit Wy. Co. ...........
Bessemer & iLa e Ere R. R. o. ..**...............
Chicago & Eastern Illinois Go. C................
Chicago & Illinois Midland fy. Co. (Inoluding
Springfield, Havana & Peoria R. R. Co.) ..e.,.
Chicago, Indianapolis a Louisvllle By. Co........
Detroit, Toledo & Ironton R. R. Co. ................
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Hy. C ....... ............
Ilinois Terminal Co. ...........................
Missouri Pacifio System: Y
Missouri-Illinoisa R R. Co......................
Pennsylvania System:
Long Island R. a. Co .............................
Pennsylvania R. R. o. .......................
Pennsylvanla-Readlng Seashore Lines ...............
Reading System:
Central R. R. Co. of New Jerey ............
Reading Co. ...................................
Western Maryland Ry. Co ............................
Wheeling & Lake Erie By. Co. ......................

SOUTHERN DISTRICT
POCAHONTAS REGION
Chesapeake & Ohio By. Co, ........................
Norfolk & Western By. Co. ........................
Richmond, Frederloksburg & Potomao R. R. Co....,
Virginian By, Co................................
SOUTHERN REGION
Atlantic Coast Line System:
Atlanta & West Point R, 2. Co...................
Atlanta, Blrmlrngha & Coast R, R. Co...........
AtlantIo Cosst Lise R. R. Co. .......... .......
Charleston a Weatern Carolina By. o, ,.........
Cllrnchflld R. R. Co. .......,..*............ ....
eorgla 5. R.,, Lessee Organization ..............
Loulsevll & Nashville R. R. Co. ................
Neohvllls, Chaitt&ooga & St. Louis Byy. .......
Western ly. of Alabama ..........................
Columbus & oreenvuile Ry. Co. .....................
Florida East Coast Ry. Oo. ........................
Georgia & florlda F. R. (Inoluling Btatesboro
Northern y.1j .................................
Oulf, Mobile & Northern R. R. Co ..................
Illinois Central Bystem:
Central of Glorgls i9y. Co ........................
Gulf & Ship Ialand R. R. Oo. ....................
Illinois Central R R. R. Co......................
Xa.oo A Mississlppi Valley R, R. Co. ...........


See also Central Western Reg1on for tia system.
S ee also Bouthwestern Region for this system.


Freight,
including
a proportion
of mixed


Train-miles


PaEsenger,
Lnolutlr.g
a proportlori
of Mlxed


4 -


Preight loaded,
Including
freight train, mLzed
trlr, .Ma atoLualsv


Carmiles in trnsrporteaton services


Freight empty,
Iroludlng
freight train, mixed
train aUrd


gaPsenogr triln,
inoludion
passenger
and mixed


1 j4----- or0500cabos5e train I


273,507
15,565,640


1,956,526


951,699
1,036,707
498,715




407,193


1,653,539
4,522,137
U,857,503





9,4471,04
7,O38.116
512,831
1,138,43





6,228,036
428,80
597,906
673,66
1 .555,515
2.11:.757
2)1,1141



052,g09
893:,922

2.66,.167
211,937
15,0):,941
1, I29,o?4


11,203




1,953,665
126,9p2
919., rb
18,527

2,71e, 466
123,614

6,625,590
40,513,222
1,973,731



55o50le
1111542





3.7"1.537
1.278,b, 3
393,055



252,552
,:55,730
.ogo.bo07
10,242
202,575
253, 11i
9,092,949
1,554, 163
257,598

1,255,773
1817,190
971.916

2,226,919
24d,502
2,081, ?2


4,312,103
459,735,125
22,579,981
45,272,813
6, 374,143
28,1.91, 6ol
16,600,8 16
1.6oo,M9,

214,669,o01
9,040,601
1,6ss,87s

,17,922





32,767:726




403,703,923
278.b,,2. Z
16,; 1,14,
62,553.052



4,0963



2,13,2,614





11,280. 315



19,052,763
618547,07

57,IBS,4:82


1,9,12.2b7
297,W147.890
6, 108
8,723,542
27,649.207
4.d7d. ItO
17,17o.,12

17,312.021
5,915.195
1,05).509

021*7,115
675,0102518


3.18'9 840
38,oa.,o'7
21,27,o071




334.211^,d7
199,279,01





7,87.4847
4,425Z,37
13:,806,9173
5,819,606
185,12-6.014

S,734,o99

15,104,999
2,881.,0853
12,269.170

27,358,507
2,196,881
24.9n<0,206


I


211.356

2,5,22,:22
216. 77



54,755,
70,294

1,19,651
3,140.4b35
233,331

41. 10o., 165
328:723 :8
a8,02.ad

16 ,117258
16.755,954
1,221,2 2
350.51ai




21.a2b,63
22,210,2 1
12,019,619
1,0O8,722



1,926,5;0
2,:342,155
61,G64,255


1, 61,055
60,1853,li
10,991,215
2,056;:04
795.441
,ikga6o,76a






10,856. a6e


17,53,58,4 121,653,187
109,92,901,706 93.169,53
279.54?'76 73,471, 51
2.252,78:166 I,846 "76


Too-alles
o r
revesnu
fretlbt


117.359.061
12.95 494 817
Z 254
1,213,938,507
,185,938,165
269,05,43
527,163,555
879.674,910
253,596,0W0
54,458,226

88,971,326
29,751,235,318
110,935,259

1,701,340,243

1,'20 ,936,753


Ressnue
tissm


12.136




62,27,l 29


9, 070

16,665.,3

665,237

1,276 96 3!24




1:7oo00


71,026,572
2294i ,373
1,831,540120
19.242, 920
668,5b:456
241 ,51 000
8,110,4a;,421
794,319,010
72,266,679
46,480,318
24,402,288

73,921,729
519,834,908

1,052,998,604
11,253,132
5,255,019,288
853,459,425


13,861,498

300,836 085


10601,934
345,855,898
.236,303



2,13 ,769
21:349,022

76,974,068
6, 081 562
482,407,528
45,263,6443


L


L


i I -










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE IV-SUMMARY OF L. [1.' T El OPERATING STATISTICS RELATING TO FREIGHT AND PA SSr.GELR SEitRVi B OCE iIVLLUAL
"L.A-_ I ETL i\.I RAILWAYS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 381 193L --CuLhn,,.,


DiLtri t, region and railway


Traln-illeo


Freight.
inolulding
a proportion
or mised


Pasesvger,
Inoluling
a proportion
or mlxed


C.


Freight loadeo.
including
freight train, i mze
train and exolustve


Wr.Mias in transportation servloe


- r5elgt anpl y,-
Inoluding
frelght train, 4i1d
train ana
osbooce


Passenger train,
inoluoang
paeeanger
and mized
train


work e
. I
quippy .
I I


SOUTHERN DISTRICT Continue
SOUTHnr REGION Contlnu.e

isiolsaeppi Central R. R. Co **....................
Norfolt Bouthern R 0o. .........................
Seaboard Ar Line Y C. ....*........................
Boutheorm BIyeO:
Alsbana dr&t Boutherne R. R. o00. ...................
CinolnnaLtL, ew. Orlenus A Toma Paolflo FR Co. ....
Georgia Bouthern & Florida R. 0o. .................
Mobile & COio R. R. Co. ...................*........
See Orleans A Nort.eaestern R. 0. o. .............
Hor hem klabama fb. Go. ............+............
Southern a. Co. ...................................
Southem Ry. Co..
Tennessee Centrl o r. Co ..........................
WESTERN DISTRICT

NORTHWESTBl REGION

Canadian National Byatem: i
Gluth, Winnipeg & Paolfla aF. C0. (Inoluding
Duluth, Rainy Lake & Wlr.tipeF R. Co.) ...........
Canadian Paolfto System: Y2
Duluth, Bouth Shore A .tlto lr. 0o. .... ......
Munneapols. BSt. Paul BSault Ste. barle lr. 0o....
Spokane Internmatonal ER. 0o. .........** **..**....
Chi ago & North Western System:
Cbloago A North Western UB. 00o ....................
Ohicaeo, St. Psul, Mlnneapolis a Oahas R7. Oo. .....
Chioago Great Westtrm R. Co......................
Chicago, MUlwaukoe, St. Piul & Paclfic R. 2. Co .....
Duluth, LeNsabe & Northern RE..Co. ..................
Oreat Northern Ar. Co. ..............................
Oreon S & Western R. R, C. ........................
Lake Superior A lahpemalo g R. R. Co ...................
MLnneapole a Bo. l.oulis R. .o ....................
Northern Paomilo 0o.............................
Bpoknse. Portland A Seattle ED. Co. and Affllated
Companies Y .......................................
Union Paoiflo yIelte: yn !
Orgeon-abhigton R. R. & Navlgalton Co ...........
CENTRAL WESTERN FREOION

Atohsleon To a s & Banta Fea R. Co. atn Afftllated
Oopani eoj/ .......................................
Baltlmore a Ohlo Bystbm: /
Alton R. R. .o ....................................
Burlington Route:
Cholgo, Burl Lagon & qMinoy R. F. o. .............
Colorado A Southern E Co. ........................
Fort Worth A Denver CLty Fy. Co. ...................
Denver A Rio Grand Weastern R. R. Co. ................
Denver 6 Sait Lare Sy. Co ..........................
Nevada Northern fr. Co. ..............................
Rook laland System:
Chicago, Rook Island & Gulf Eq. Co. ................
Chlago, Rook Island 6 Pacfica y, 0Co .............


147,554
910,774
5.23a,130





390,7i6
2 b,.77
13,218,007
377,059





149,938

129,b706


10,654,624
2,.01,246
2,6ag,60o
14,629,147

501,94





1,L36,6u0
2,088,275



19,715,57o
2,292.6t
14.402.911
1,07114,299
826,700
3,039,651
283,650
35,296

1 28,168
11,409,720


10 .20
51, 8s
6,11.,124

659. 559
1,050,2}6
1 0
1.232.790

70,080
12, l:a1,









2,8:85346
10,8519














1,567 0
101,0 6
4,5'.)7
1,158,914

5.977,988
775,bl0

1.567.455



19,0b3,251
1,967.702
13.463, 59?
749, )5
63,. 579
2.074.536



o02,990
10,192,185


1.916,151



20 O1,481L

: ?;712, 1
l0,I.O,077
., obl.lllO
3ou,d5C,'oD
7772,7o3





5,01,596
52,972,6157
91,772,0,'3




IS 209,75





30,6270.559
221,529.91

26 4,930
12,920,613











b19,b91


15,d60,048
253.794,795


70,0)8,918

12,905,585
,5 5,99

20.531,}35
5,278.11
853, 'b4
3bl. 5??. 2






2,246,550

3,317.121
50 ,911,6
1,097,6a3

/11.. 5348z
29,209 ,4i2
52, ,. 4 a

1g,090, 7o0
185,5,870,74
2.875,035
1,751,65

20,092.d88
120.113,936


27,921,796



337,715.687
35,74,2.62
246.17o,7 4
13.176.174
11. ,202. u0t
44,776,b7B



S12,"'-651


261,618
1, 69,570
4M,348,750

5, 97 ^
0,732A65
,512,80O
,562. 364
2,332,872
21b,69d0
.0,6i2,927
871,358





613,697
1,403 .671



75,25,978
32,;:134i




72.397,051

53,305,12

61,205
3,01,OLO 229
41,46d.0,52

1,590.552
13,259,090



145,115,461
12,57B,646
a,041,82a4
4, 764,370
14,791, 11
b66,b802
244,065

3.816,618
63, 224,093


Ton-miles
or
revenue
frei t


Revenue
passenger
Bliso


42,GL:4,531 1,170,962
?d.,94.015 7,597.15
2107,521,16 198,912187

4",S797LT55 52,956,665
123.779,331 1i7860?,o O
879, .9.275 19,319,956
226,16,o2 13,?2,1K07
3'28,679,;r? 1,9,759
5,244,699.532t 44,251,11
172,22,020? 3,20L,46





99,776,551 1,422,176

139,954,802 7,1j7,877
1,911,54,.691 bb,15,951
3b0200,485 934,30

1.995.9973,153 %4.209,o6i
1,179,071,51 80,350,67
1,585.72b.955 280999
7,915.909,250 349.931,76B
942,094,25 2,378,4106
7,372,0719,44 260,1' 5.967
102 3o06,125 596,278
82,974,6so b7,659

691,000,124 9,222,002
4,38?,753.092 213,390,695
674,746.,332 25,551,8531

1,058,1W20,19 79.595.,60



9,715,655,287 748,116,001
1,079,343,817 90,134,219
7,522.419,65 424,789,338
523,749,229 18,959,805

1,722,027,000 83,952,156
149,841,818 99 ,092
21,695.105 1,013,659


5,o007,, ,56 36o,o08,638


SBe also Neo England Region and Great Lakes Regior for thla system.
See also e w England Region for this aystes.
Includes Spokane, Portland A SeaLtle Ry. Co.; Oregonr Trunk e ., Oregon Eleoirlo ly. Co. and United Rys. Co.
B e also Central aetoern Region for this system.
/Inludea Atohblon, Topeka A Santa Fe R, Co., OGuf, Colorado A Santa Fe Ry. Co.; and Panhandle & Santa Fe Ry. Co.
See also Central Eastern Region for this system.


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BiiREAL' iF -STA\lISTli:S

*I S' l I. i il kili, 1 41 -.1 i Cl.' RLL TI t. ) TO F R 11; l; A,\'.I I'-bEst BER SER \VII'LS OF INDIlV1DtAL
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WESTERN DISTRICT Conilnued
CENTRAL IESTERZ REGION Cortrluad
Southern Paoifio lstem: V/
Nortlb ester Pacifi R Co. .....................
San Diego & Arlzon East ertn F. Co.................
Southern Pacific Co. .........................
Toledo, Peorla Wa no aR. ................... .......
Union Psaoific Sytem: V
Los Angeles & BSal Lr R. Co ...................
Orejon Bhort Line R. Ft. C. .......................
t. Joseph a Grand Tlemd Rfy. Co. .............
Union Peaflro R.. .Co. .........................
Utah y. Co ......................******* **........
Western Pacific R. u Co. ..........................
BGUTHKEBTEJUI REGION

Burllngton-Rool Inland R. R. ............. .
Fort BSoth a Western Ry. C. ........................
rrloo Lones:
ort Worth a Rio Graads RB. Co. ......................
St. Loui-Buan FranilbO R. Co ...................
8. Loula, 8an rranaloo & Texas Ry. Co.. ..........
eanas City Bothera Rf. o. ........................*
nlas, Oklahoma A Gulf Ry. Co. .....................
Louielu A Arkansas By. Co. .......................
Louisiana, Arukansas Teas R. Co. ... ..............
Midland V7lloy R. R. C. ............................
ourl a Arlkaneas RY. Co. ...................
Missourl-KaIr aa-Texas R. R. Co. an ControLled
Conpanles ./ ............. .... ..................
Missouri Paoific systemB: /
Beaumont, Sour Late A western lo. Co...............
Iniernlational-Oret Nortnero R. R. Co..............
liaeour Psolirlo B. R. C. ..........................
eos Orleans, Texas A Maloo Ry. Co. ................
At. Loule, Browanvllle & Uexloo R. Co.............
an Anutonl, Bralds & OulR R Co...............
Texas & Paolfio Ay. Co. ..........................
NatIonal Rye. of Mazloo:
Tens Easloan BT. Co. ...................
Ouahomaa OlCy-Ada-Atoka Oo. C .......................
Southern Pacific System: 7/
St. Louts Bcuthwestern Ry. Co. and Afflllatoe
Companies / .................................
Texas NMew Orleans R. R. o. ......................
Wcllhlita alls Bouthern R. R. Co. ...................


Freight,


Frelghtl.
Inaoluding
a proportion
of ml.ed


410.967
95,228
14,175,52a
405,051

1,997,022
3,bod. 1,0
654,:64
11.610,68S
86,017,
2.177,59


220,998
m18,806
125,015
7,649,900
302,732
1,35rur11
355,664
588,132

507,767
278,221
253,025
4,257,22}

214,425
,921,0641
15.055,084
231.258
255967)
3,017,999

2~4, 999
16,370



2.900,96
5.933=,.6
118.366


Freight loaded, Trel4it ec.pty, ro,.ruaortra Lit,
Pseeehger,


Pasneger,
includiing
a proportion
of mixed


right loaded, Freight pty.
Looludlng Inoluding
frlail train, mieAd freight train, mixed
train and exclusive train and
-ork a iment n-aboose


972,205
90,516
1.745

lbl80 90
2.470,a8}
7,790,624
710,29


224,194
il4,i6
167,721
5,20,24201
109,815
712,006
122, bbo
2%2.634
8,555
20,.111
4,156,605

3L86,975
1, M,505
9,065,507
22P, 5d4

115.992
2,779.657

17,904
85,258



4,1:0.752
11,151


6,807, 2



59,516,967
95,1l.:,7b
14, ?b.,14114

75,986.195


S665,697





112,756,2680
162,578,98o

3a,.09,097
15,225.544


3.108.813
3,959.099


112,756,268





2,747,006
d69,765,686


50




1,034,9b


},706,1-1
}31,209
2979153:297
4,227,69}

1,6214,540



}7,945,168


2, 21,40
1,195 .15
1,00.,931
105,:19,175
2,090,115
22 589,556
6,005,922
9,025,806
2,029.275
2,76B.973
1,650,520
74,986,190

14,81.429
2g,941,809
221,451,1445
},612,913
13.55b.8b5
2,081,877
5,1497,632

1,906,905
4.6,192


46,153,054
B6.5Br.54a
To 321


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VB mlicO BouthWestern Region for this system.
n olude Baouthern Paslfi Stommehip Lines.
See also Northwe-tern Regon for this system.
Missouri and North A.rt"ans Ry. Co. prior to April 16, 1935.
OInludes Mlsaourl-nJSe-&exm R. R. GO.; LersouR -Ksnams-T a R. R. Co. of Teos; and Beaver, Heade .& nglewood R. R. Co.
riLo0 ContraJ. sC t orn Raslon rot t, a l eso,
See also Central Estern Region for th a system.
Ineludee S. L ouosl Soitheestern K Co.; t L out. olhe.Ltern t. Co. of Texas; Shreveport Bridge a Ter.na.l Co.; and Dallas Tnorminal H. a Union Depot Co.


md udiog


rausenger i rr,.
lnoluding
passenger
and mlzed
tra


3,155,298
523,.40B
127,o6,0581










1,947,6
16,58,257

8. 2,431
7.116, 305

5,989,1148





30,671,08
155.22i
3,6}5,662
122,666

220,279

465.999
27,706,056

1 2,1446
11.91*, 72
57 190,064
1,252,149
4,102,994
631,759
21,177,114





'1,325


150;,30


To-miles
of
revenue
freight


118,683, 487
a.65,639
8.45<1,*33.079





71.oo 5, 71
152,558,301



1,0&,0,029,7
239, 925,240




6, 197,000
1;9,:254

,I 95.9 16
18,1388.30

841,605,809
1,o,055.850
3P3,650, 70
83,558,1130
89,537,326
71,575,710

2,015,7S.,120

122,090,047
738,260,'208
6,731,978,069
1b.495,.812
264,185.8872
53,521,131
1,580,956,052


15,776 ,61


1,3182251,621
e,706, o06,866
21,2614. 7d


paoolgel-
miles


72,056,061
3,182,607
9,079

126.658,184
12 ,12. 907

367,453,560
e4,236,631


2,353.000
;1,326,727
510,001
117,69,4905
363,601


6,620,570
156,452


103,46,578

5,291,891


8,487,196
l 0,a83
117.859,222






11,5,120
165,4 6,715
23,8B7


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BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES, UNIT COSTS, AND RELATED AVERAGES. II. t'l I -' AND Fii.',l"''- AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS, FOR i l I i- 935- I '


Distrlot, region and ralrway


-r-r


Freight revenue
per
freight gross ton-mile g/


Freight revenue
per
loaded oar-mle 3/


Freight revenue
per
revenue net ton-aile


Per oent nonrevenue
of total
net ton-miles


1 2 9 1 94 949 1992 1


19"5 1934 1 19-3 I 1932 1 1931 1 19351 19 I
to I % r 1 19 nt%


Eastern district ...................... .......
nw Eegland region...........................
Greal Lake. region ..............................
Central Eastenm region .........................
Southern distriot ...............................
Pooahontas region .............................
Southern region ..............................
Western district ............................
iortlnestern region ...........................
Central Western region.........................
outhweeetern region ............................
Atl district .............................
Alton B. R. 0o. V/ ..........................
Atohison Topeka B Santa re B. o. and Afflliated
Corpaloesf 5 ........ .*.......... ..............
Atlentlo Coaat Line R. R. 0.......*.......
Baetalore & Ohio R. .....................
Besseuer & Lake Eie 8. R. o...................
Boeto a Maine B. R. ..........................
Central of Georgia By. o. ........................
Central R. R. o of lew Jeroey ...................
Chesapeake & Ohio RB, Do. .........................
'hioago a Eastern Illinois Ry. Do. ................
Cluotgo a North Western Ry. Do. ...............
Obloiago. urlington A& inoy R. P. Co. ...
CMhn.o Ir-e*t fete-l R. Co...................
Chicsgo. ITnainapolli & Louieville Ry. Go ........
Chloago, illweuee, St. Paul & Pacific R. R. o, ,.
Chloago, Rook Island & Paciflo BR. Co.
(Inoludlng Chicago, Rook Island & Qulf y. qo.) .
Chiongo, St. Paul, Mlnnespolls A Omaha Ry. 0o 0..
Cinlinnatl, New Orleans & Texas Pailflo Ry. Co....
Delaware A I4dson R, R. Corporsator ..............
Delaware, Lackawanna I Western R. R. Co. ..,.......
Denver a Rio Grande Western R. R. Oo. .............
Duluth, Hissabe & Northen Rn 0 .................
Elgla, Jollet A Eastern R. Do. ..................
lse2 R. R. o.
(Inoludlag Chioago Erie R RR. 0o.) .....,......
Orand Trunk Western R. R. Co.
(Inoluding musegon ry. A aviation Co.) / ....
Oreet Northern RB. Oo. ...........................


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30:. 1.. ... .. ... .. ... ....... ..-
3:3 51.b H 1.1 1:98


1.49 3.a 3.14 3.49 3.57 1 23.6 23.1 23.6 1 27 24. *I4 ..7 --9 7. 1 7.6 17.9 9.2 bS
3.6 3:: 1 z:b4 1 8.j:5 o

S 3 .25 35 3.72 2 2 2. 21.9 23.4 1.06 1.0 1 1.1 1.1 11. 11.7 11.0 10.1 7.9
3.63 35 .6) 372 3.70b 37 23.2 21 3. 23.6 24.6 1.99 *9 1.0o 1.05 1.05 9.2 9. 91
1 212 3 1.04 1.05 .1 1112 128 12.1 2_ 12.1
3 75 1.04 1. 08 1.15 115 12.5 11.9 10.7 1?.2 10.5
5 3.72 25 o20.1 20.7 2.9 23. 1.06 1.07 1.15 1.13 11.0 11.7 11.0 10.1 7.9

3.63 3.54 3.63 3.72 3.87 23.2 22.7 23.2 23.6 24.6 .99 .98 1.00 1.05 1.05 9.2 9.2 8.8 9.1 8.6


3.53


4.35




6:.0
3



3.73
3.11




3.04
4:IS
4.130
6.02
5.67
3.30
4.16
4.07


.95


1.51

1.11
1.53

1.11

.90
1.20
.89
as5
.89
.97

1.01
1.08
1.05

.92
1.26
1.07
1.06
1.42
.95
1.25
.95


1.00
1.16
1o6i
1.67
: 6


1.19
1.55
.60
.94
1.29
.99
.9u
.92
1.03

1.12
1.20
1.09
1.02
1.32
1.02
1.24
*97
1.22
1.03


4.9
6.1
17.6
W.0

12.4
5.5

16.1
6S:
6.0
13.4

7.3
8.9
3.5
5.0
4.2
7 :

5.5
8.4

18.0


4.6

21.5
6.7


11.6
4.8




54.
15.5







2.4
6.5









10.
10.7


/ Railways having freight revenue in excess of $10,000,000. For additional related averages, see the 'Comparative Statement of Operating Averages.'
/ Norevenue ton-nlles Inoluded Ln divisor.
Nooravenus loaded oar-miles Inoluded in dlisor.
Averages for 1931 baaed on oombtned return of the Chicago & Alton R. R. Co. and Altor R. R. Co.
Averages based on returned that include the Atohison. Topoka & Banta Fo By. Co.; ?ilf, Colorado & Santa Fe Ry. Co.; and Panhandle & Santa Pe By. Co.
Avserags based on returns that nolude the Buffalo A Suequehanna R. R. Corporation and BSffalo, Rochester & Pittaburgh Ry. Co. the properties of these oompaniea having been leased to the
Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co., effective January 1, 1952.
J/ Average for 1935 based on combined returns of the Grand Trunk Western R. R. Co. and Msakegon Ry. & Navigation 00.
Note. The method of deriving the various averages in Table V is explained in detail by the formulas on page 52.


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF SrATNICTI(S
TABLE V-UNIT REVFNrMEn rI NIT i-.TS AND RELA. ED A'ERA.GE. BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. AND FOR BELECIED
(LAS5 I STEAM IRILQtAuS OR SYSIEEMS FOR THRE YEARS 1936 -1981 -ContinuedU

freight revenue Freight revenue Freight revenue Percent nonreveuue
Dietrlot, region and railway rgt ro load ped r peru no or toitale
f-,- 0 -reiof--lit groce ton-mle- Y loaded oar-mle / reveu net ton-als net ton-sil s
Jflifl mflflflr 3934 29fl 2932 JflE9Jfl3f 1 & J9lE J19[
(Cetlle) (Cnnt enr
Illinols Central R. R. Co.
lInolading Yaroo MlealsBippi Valley R. R. Co.) 3.18 3.07 3.26 3.22 3.26 20.4 20.2 21.5 21.5 21.9 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.91 0.96 12.4 12.7 U.1 10.6 1
Internatonal-Great Northern R. R. Co........... 3.7? 3.5 3.53 3.71 3.99 23.0 22.5 22.7 22. 26.4 1.27 1.20 1.1 1. 1.24 8.5 10.0 6.5 .9 6,9
Eaneae City Southern Ry. Co. .................. .76 .62 .5 .70 .1 22.6 21.9 22.2 2.2 1.00 .99 5. 5.6 5.9 .0
Lehigh Valley R. B. Co. ......................... 1 .1 .3 .44 26.1 25.5 25.6 2. 1.0 .06 1.1 1.13 111 3.6 39 ..
Long Iland R. R. Co. ............................23.3 21.36 21.31 21.3 179.9 160.9 159.5 155.5 157.9 6.44 .66 5.91 5.6 5.92 7.7 6.0 : 0 CI
Los Angeles a Salt Lake R. Co. ................. .92 4.01 4.11 4.21 4.2 22.8 24.4 2 23.9 24.8 1.29 1.27 1.27 1.34 1. 1.0 129 10. 1. 1
Loulevllle & Naahvlle R. R. Co. ................. .52 352 3.62 5 24.6 2 2.7 25.1 25.4 .79 .1 .82 .5 .6 6. 6. 7. 7.1
ane Centra R. .......................... 1 5.60 57 6.22 6. 32 323 33 1.62 1. 1.66 1.9 1.73 3.9 4. .1 4.7 .4
n.eapolls & St. Lous Co.................. .55 .1 3 .7 2.1 2 4.4 24.6 24.0 1.01 1.04 1.09 1.05 1.04 13.0 132 13.6 131
Minneapoll. St. Paul a Saul Bte.. arie R Co. 3.96 3. 4.16 4. 4.26 22.6 22.0 24.1 2.7 23.7 1.0 1.09 1.13 1.19 1.14 9.3 .4 9.6 97 7.9
Llasouri-Klneasa-Texas R.. R. Co. and controlled
Companies s .o .0 BO., 2,.f :,. 1.1, 1.21 1.22 .: 5.2 6.6
ourl P Co. ....................... 217.9 1.3 19.1 20.2 .94 .9 .96 1.01 .97 14.0 1. 1 131 10
Moblls & Ohio R. B. Co. ........................... 3.2 5.0 37 3. 7 18.5 18.1 2. 18. 19.7 .90 1..1 10. 1.0 1.

asllash le. Chattanooga & St. Louis y. ............ ).97 3.70 3.72 ).6 3.84 20.7 20.2 20.4 20.7 21.6 1.26 1.24 1.22 1.25 1.24 8.8 9.0 9.0 9.4 5.9
New York Central R. R. Co.
(Iooluding Boston & Albany R. R. Co.) h....... 3.45 .31 3.29 3.40 3.53 21.9 21.0 20.5 21.1 21.7 .95 .91 .96 .98 .99 10.9 11.0 11.6 11.6 10.6
w York, Chmago A St. Louis R. R. Co. .......... 1. 1.8 8. .90 .0 .91 .9 4. .
New Yort Hem Haven & Hartford R. R. Co. ......... 57 5.66 5.9 0.2 b.41 .9 1.1 50 1. 1. 1.. 1.3 1.86 7.9 8.4 8.7 ..0 .
Norfolk a eatery I. Co.......................... 3.23 3.17 3 .2 26.0 10 .6 .9 .
Northern Peolfon By. Co.............................3.63 3.67 3..: :.03 ,.lo 20.7 20.7 22.8 23.5 2,.1 1.03 1.10 1.13 1.26 1.25 1:.3 16.1 15.: 16.6 1
Oregon Short L.ne R. R. Co. .................... 3.5 3.1 4.02 4.26 4.18 22. 22.8 24.6 2 .6 25.7 1.18 1.25 1.21 1.27 1.19 17.2 16.0 9.0 8.7 .
Orego-Wa.hlnghton R.B. R. Natgatllon Co. ........... 4.7 5. 2.7 2 .0 26.5 0.5 1.28 1.8 1.3 1.58 1.6 1.2 12.0 8.1 8.6 5.0
per. o utt-an e By. Co .......................... 00.. 3. 9 3.59 3.96 14.2 25.6 23.9 26.3 25.6 22.3 1.07 .99 .98 1.0 1.12 5.2 5.5 5.5 ,.: 6.6
Ct a e r 1:2. J:10 an1 't65e 20:0 19. 2.6.97 22.4 23.4 12 1:21 16 1.22 1. .

.abur h Lre i 2 B. Co..................... ... 5-.9 5: : 5.,0 5.2 3.0 7.o 1.09 1.00 1.0, 6 9 1.0 .o 1.. 1 .5 I.
ored2n go. .o .................................... 9 .0 50 }. 2 3 1 2.7 3.1 1.09 1.9116 1.0 1.9 .

St. Loue-Ban Prancioleno R. Co.................... ..3146 .39 3.52 3.76 ).98 21.2 21.0 21.9 23.3 24.7 1.07 1.10 1.10 1.16 1.19 16.8 18.9 17.5 1k.2 9.3
t. Loule D3.thwotr BY Co, an2 5tiihlted8

compas i a les 'an R. A. C. .................... 3.9 3).4 3.67 3.76 3.90 20. 20.2 20.4 21.7 23.6 1.26 1.12 1.16 1.29 1.21 6.1 9.2 9. 5.7 6
Seaboard JiPThtne By. Co. .........................79 0 .65 3.70 .80 .96 21.5 21.2 21.6 22.1 23.3 1 1.2 1.30 1.3 1.3 16.5 20.4 17.5 1.
oI .n Pud o. Co. ... ...................... .....3. 6 3.91 .9 4.00 ( .12 2. 0 2.0 20.5 21.7 21.2 1. 1.2. l9 1.9 16.1 16.3 1.1 11.6 1.
.a t .flc co. ............................ 3.6. 3.30 3.36 3.47 3.59 20.5 2 21. 272.9 1. .6 3 .9 10 l 3
9. 11 0. 1 is




Teoase& Paito oBo. o.......... .................... 3......... 2 3.35 3.. 3:5 3. 2. 0 1.6 20.2 : 26.5 1.1 8 .02 11 1.2 1.17 ,., 9. ?.: 6.8
YT.auim a N lo A Riaet. a .. .... ....... ........ 3 3.25 3 2 .5 .5 20. 21.6 20.2 2. 2. 1.02 1.02 1.10 1. 1.19 1. 7. 73. 1 17 .1
Y rk No. Haven h Hartford It., : 31 1, 1. 1.1




lestrn aryoand Co. .......................... 3.95 3.6 3. 4.11 3.97 30.6 9.9 31.6 33.0 31.4 .4 .81 .6 .2 .2 5. 4.
oetern Paolfio R. R. Co.......................... 2.78 2.75 2.5 2.99 3.08 16.1 15.7 16.3 16.7 17.7 .86 .67 .95 .9 2 .3 5.5 6.3 10.
Wheeling Lae Erie By. Co. ......................... 17 4.6 4.79 4.98 5.10 35.7 37.0 36.9 7. 37.3 1.05 1.01 .96 1.02 1.0 .0 .6 .9 .6
36 324 26 2396 30.........................9 o "





SNorevenue loaded mar-miles included In dtvisor.
SAv.erage based on return that Inolude the TexarkLana A Ft. lith BRy. Co., the property ot this o..pany having been eased to the Kansae City :outhen By. Co., effeotive February 1, 1936.
Averages for 1932, 1933)), 1934, and 1935 based on oomblned returned of the Misourl-aneas-Texas R. R. Co.; lmesourl-Eansaa-Temas R. B. Co. of Texas;i and Beaver, MeSAe A nglewoood Ra.R. o.a averages tor
1931 based on combined returns or thbe IlssUour -Kanas-Texa R. R. Co. and Ilesouri-Kaneas-Texas R. B. Co. of Texas.
h Averages bhasd on returos that inolude the Ulater A Delaware R. R. Co., the property or Lbtis company having been acquired by the New York Central R. R. Co., effootive February 1, 1932.
Lo Includes Pennylvana R. R. o.; West Jerey a Seahore R. Co. (froi Jan. 1, 1931 to .Tne 24, 1933); Pennsylvania Atlantic R. R. Co.; Relyn Connecting R. R. Co.; Phladilphia A Bash la- R. R.
S C.; Ohio River a eastern By. Co.; and Waynesbuing Waahlngton R. R. Oo.. except that 1932, 1933, 1934, a 1935 omit returns for the OhIo River A Western Ry. Co., *hloh was abandoned.
/ Average bsed on return that Inolue BSt. Louis Bouthwetern y. Co.j Bt. Louis outhwetern Ry. Co. of Tea; Dallao Terminal RF. A Depot Co.; and .hrev.port Bridge a Terminal Co.
8610 0-----6
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BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES, UNIT COSTS, AND Il I \if I AVERAGES BY DISTRICTS ANI RiLOlN., AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS .,. :.-' I 'l1 FOR THE YEARS19S8 -1931 -1 ,... J


_________________________________ I-


Dittriot, region and ral way


Net ton-miles per mile of road


Average haul revenue freight


T
Freight expennoc Road fre1~1t wagee, tuel, eupplxee


Freight expense
per
relght groes ton-nle 2/


load freight wageas ful, supplies
and eagi Mbou3 axpensae
per freight train-mlXe


{Mies] -)1 r -* 193r T t1 tIM


________fT_________ L"") I (BDollars)


laslern distrlot .................................
Nee Ingled region ............................
Greet Lakes region ............... ............
Central Eatern region .....................
Bouther district ............l........*.........
Pocahontae region ............................
Southern region ................................
eetern district .................................
Northseetern region ...........................
Central western region ........................
Bouthleetern region ........................
All distriots .............................
Alton R. R. o. 0 ..........................
Atohlion, Topeka A Banta re Ra. Co. and ifflllted
Companies ..... ......................
Atlantlo Coast Line A. R. 00.Co...................
Baltimore A Ohio R. R CO. ...............
Beeetenr k Lake ri R. R.
Boleon a Malue R l...................*.........
Cen rel of Oeorgia Iy. 0O. Co.................
Central R. R. Co. of Ne Jeereey .... ........
Chesapeake A Ohio 1 Co........................
Chicago &a atern llnoLe Ia. Eo...............
Chioago A North lectern RI. Co. ...............
CQioago. Burlington a Quinoy R, R. o .o..........
Chloago ireat Western R. R. Co ..................
Chicago. Indlanapolis a Louisville Rj. Co.
Chloago. liaukeo, at. Paul A Paerfio R. R. Co...
Chicago, Rook Island a Pacifro lb. Co.
(InoldUiLog Chloago. RIooa Iland a Gulf By. 0o.).
Chioago, St. Paul, Minneapolla A Omaha IV. 00...
CinoonnatI. Hew Orleans A Teua Paoiflo Ry. Co...
Delaware A Hkudon R. R. Corpoaton ..............
Dalire. Lackarnna. & Weltern R. R Co..........
Denver A Rio Grande Weetern R. R. o.............
Duluth. Mleeabe a Northern RI. Co. ..............
Mlgin, Jollet &a Eatern ER. o. .................
trie R. R. Co.
(Znoludlg Cloago & Erie IL. Co.) ...........
Orand Trunk Western R. R. Co. (Inoluding uaskegon
Er. & Navigation Co.) / ..............
Great Northernm R. Co. .................


C 4cC 004 I, lil?.4 I 157.1 I 161 .A


~ILA.n


Ice ii I 0~7C I nko I 2.6 i


2.82 i 3.07


1.0 I1 1.03 I 0.96 I


0 12 ~ 2- I 3-, : 1- .. 1.17 ,
9129 291 1 06 2.9 1 0 V 1.0,
172759151 2;57 2:02J;2 1:1;252 2:509,O 17.6 157.6 16 16 167. 158.6 2.69 2. 2.71 3.06 1.13 10 .9 1.02 1.17
227551 2,10,527 2,032,462 1,871,252 2509 1586 2.69 17 26
l441. gB0 1 1.71 45 1 218 1 11906 .507609 229. 23.7 22 2.20 2.12 2.07 2.2 8 4 .82 .7 7
a_;_2, ol6;e4 757:725 706;,179 9,1323 202.6 51991 202.7 205.3 195.3 2.59 2.. 2.70 2.23 75 .70
7T .378 699.610 632.777 595.793 84l .9 248.6 2 .6 246.8 2490 231.5 2.31 2.27 2. 27.0 2.57 .8 .6-1 .79 -.2 .9k
_____4 __________ ____ 78 .9 2.0 22 .868, 6J658 6 51834I50415 O0B6* go asI'7~ii. ~ 21 2 I2'' 4


2 .6 225.5 ;2 2. .
8142.9 786,21 703,261 I 692,8 931,781 0.8 297.61288.2 281.3 272.0 2.20 2 218 2.36 2. *83 .82 .85 .97
683;958 659,928 6044816 57218071797:256 j .6 208.6 225.5 215.S 206.5 2.37 2.28 2.28 2.T46 ?.- | 76 .70 1 6 ,52


1,185.368 1.1211,542 1,035,707 968,772 ~1,276.8611 197.6 196.2 199.9 T202.2 194.o 2.1115 j2.38 2.36 2.58 2.75 .93 *88 .* *S .98
161.1~~ ~ ~ ~ 11.2.3 212 22


1,062,617
702,111


9760,2143

2, a,8 58
1,210,.04
591,062
786,151
1,085,302
1,036,313
675,478

652.810
686.02B
3.121,897
2,640,199
2,b82.7b.
629
1,467:426
1,668,957
2,926,257
1,.277.125
737.809


923,557






2,184,088


541,714

965, 1530
643}, 61

611,352
:62.





6W. 5622





2,904,72)
21,58,2B5
2,502,154


1,587,149
2,727,033
1.110,439
b45, 318


945,773
668, 987
1.,710,74
1,866,76
868,484
416.al1
2,2}7.,19
,. 970,o7o
1,107,623


983,853
1,08T,929


624,028





1,55,530
2,676,770

1,00, 325
51M.038


1, 21,989


W2,2.119
;000
576. ,65
2. 791.i5
1.34.,97
697,192
959,641

786,669

860,990

3,336,535
2,981,090
3,.83,955
655. 756
1.691. 575

2,202,7149
3, 298,710
1.359.675
758.492


160.1


19.5
102.2
142.7
18015
74.4
281.9



305.6


240.6
162.1
227.6




15.o
208.8
14 .3
2-ac


346.4
162.1

196.:1
140.2



169.3
168.3
284.1
314.4
14.



222.6
122.9
1.41.9
255.-5
75-3

46.7
208.4
143.9
283.0


141.9

ji0.6

139.8
184.8
74.6
90.3
169.3
169.2

147.3
279.2



222.3
119.6

74.4
4119.4
211.9
151.4
305.5


148.1









174.14
197.6







271.5
3o6.
274.9

263.5
151.5





52.5
221.0

149.8
368.2


165.1



135.9
1695:
293.0




172.2
165.4
279.4
316.6


14259.9
150:5

117.0
222.;
71.0
51.0
212.0
147.9
305.2


2.53







2.57
2.62
2.04
1.95
2.93
2.36

2.60
2.94
1.99


3.79
5.28

2.19

.98


2*-2


.25
2.76

2.47


3.81

2.29

2.44
2.80
1.86

1:06
3. 2
3.32
2.53
4.31

4.95
2.12
3.21
2.18


2.25
2e.


32:
2.52



2.50

2.00
1.82
2.97
2.25

2.42
2.73
1.78

3.41


4.74
2.11

2.20


2.42







2.26
2.76
2.01
3.01
2.58


5.21
2.02
3.81
3:.68


5.24
2.22

3:5


2.78
2.52
9.21
27





2.32
1.96
3.03
52

2.51
3.63
2.36
3.46



5.28
2.36
3.64
2.53


.73
.82

2.11
1.214

.66
1.89
1.02
-73
.82

:1


.81
.97
:65
1.39
1.:0
1.82

1.19

1.02
.90
1.10


:7
.62
1.39
1.22


1.11
.99

1.03


.To




.91


:.67
.76

:72




.60

:fll


1.12
.92

i X'


.71

J*


1.13
.62
1.58

.916
:72
.80
.73
.91
.71L




.60
1.450
1.21

1,18
1.24
.96
.11
1.07


.86

1.91






:g

.90




.396
;,41
1.68
1.73

1.39



1.15
.89
1.22


R ail ay hLaving right revemne in exase. or 10,000,000. For additional related averages, see the 'Comparative Statement of Operating Averages."
neanrvenue ton-mlel. included I aiv ror.
Auveresg for 1931 based on oabLned return or toe Chiosgo & Alton R. R. Co. and Alton R. R. Co.
Averigee basel on return that Lnolude the Aothison, Topeka & Santa Fe 8R. Go.; Gulf, Colorado a Banta re By. Co.; anr Paniandile Santa Fe II. Co.
Averages based on returns that Inolude the b uffalo & BusquehanFa R. R. Corporation ana Buffalo, Rooheter a Pitteburgib r. Co., the properties of these companlee having been leased to the Baltimore Ohio R. R. Co., erftotive anury 1,
1932
/ Aerage for 1935 haea8 on ooblnea return. of the Grand Trunk leatern R. R. Co. ana Dlarsegon IR. 6 Navigation Co.


1,170,135



!. 27,127
546,549

1.i6},976
2: b, 227
595,201










1,998,761
2,9s 3480e
82,721

682,191

1,998,761


1,490,81-0
892,321


' ~ ~ ~


' '


rcr a~


0.99 1.12


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS J62
TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES, UNIT COSTS, AND RELATED AVERAGES, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, AND i'OR SELECTED
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS, FOR THE YEARSl19s8 -1931 --ontintedl/

Freight expenses Soad freight wages, fuel, supplies
Distriot, region and railway Net ton-miles per mile of road Average haul rever e freight ghlgt i pensr ant d 9ngoush e uxpensep
freight grols ton-lile 2 per freight train-lmle

Illinois Central R. R. Co.
(Inoluding satoo a Mississippi Valley Ra. Co.) 1,376.918 1,23,90 1,155,6 1,19280 210.7 223.1 233.9a 1 26 28 2.00 2.o9 2.0 2.18 24 0.79 o 1. 0.
International-Great Nlorthern Co. ........... 63945 : 821206 5:30 1 3 1 6 1 166. 2.67 29 2:60 7B 1.02
Laneasi iey southern Co.. D .................. 9 498 918,705 95 1 6 1,. 36 199.7 208.1 210.8 204.1 2 2.70 2.b7 2.71 2.5 2.50 a .1
Lehlgha Vlley R. R Co...... 2, .............8 18 184.1 182.9 184 1 3.09 2.9 8 7
792 3 279:'' 2,.o3
Long Ie ald R. Co.............................. 226,586 256,6 08 241,41 28,1 0 31,259 18.8 21.0 21. 2 2. 3 14 3 .2 .
Lous lnlles 8 Salt LR t. H. Co .. .................. ... 40,983 847215 72236 725510 825 271. 7 2.2 1. 28.0 2. 5 0 162 .02 2o .1 2. 6 2.23 2* .7 2.016 .6 .1" i'.:
Louisbille & hNahille R. R. Co.. .................. 1607,756 1,44818 1,337810 1,201,765 1,61085 22671.1 29~. 2622.1 223 0 217. 2.39 2.05 2.43 2.61 2.75 .82 72 79
Maine Central A. Co......y.....................5,79 570 7,7 11261,58 53.785 1114.3 132.7 117.3 1u6.8 115.5 3.61 3.50 3.1 0.02 -.09 1.10 1.07 1.02 1.06 .
6.91 2.19 1 3.

5eadi n ., 70 9 1, 9 3 0 5.1j0 3 2 4 2 0 .9 2 1 0 21 3 1 8. 3 1 .0 3.5 2. 32.7 ). 9 3 3. 1 7 1 ..8 2.83 1 .22 2.3 1
ulieouri-sanas- Texas R. R. o. and Controlled
Companies, y. ................................... 611,59 588,086 554,820 4 703,618 272.0 261.8 256.9 247.1 237.8 2.1B 2.15 2.12 2.21 2.5 .7 .0 .67 .69
100,91 4362.2 164 209 22. 2 7 3 5 5 27 :F5 .7j
Ma1eouri Paotfo R. R. Co. ................. ..... 931,602 920,084 8159,706 1, 10o 318 2 57.7 266.4 271t 2 256.6 2151 2:1i 202 2.0 0 2 .80 '1 *0 *2.
oble & Ohio B. a. Co. .......................... 735,21' 726,180 69,238 31,267 826,059 287.1 289.4 286.5 300.3 265.2 2.10 2.60 2.541" 2.R69 2.90 69 :
iNashvllles mttanooga & St. Loul. t ............. 676,759 701),65 706,7'9 615,256 822,539 1t7.6 188.7 196.7 19.7 187.5 3.]2 2.914 2 .9 l 08 3 .22 .80 .1 .73 .72 .79
Sew York Central H. a. Co.
(Inoluding Boton al R. .) / ..o. 2,0,00 1,940, 1,80,00 1Co ,736,320 2,1, 8. :
new York, mosgo a at. Louis H. A. Co.. ........... 216.,197 2,083. 1 281 171226 U 25, ,o 2 1.e 226. 229,1 2418. 2.4.7 2.1 2.3 2.62 2.90 .795 .65 1.
Nlew York. Iew Haven & artford H. B. Co. ......... 1,161,307 1,1l,9 1045392 1,043,225 1392595 134.1 133.3 1. 129.6 131:4 39 I, 1.0 21 1 1. 8 1.
orol e Co ........................5,107,20 83512 423, 3808004 2.6 27 282 2778 1 .70 1. 1. 1.
Northiera ffti .. Co. .......................... 655,423 59,394 533.645 1,763 60 4,929 38.9 30.9 286.3 1 68. 26. 2.24 2.9 2.62 : 300 61.1 1.0
Oregon Iort Line R. R Co ...................... 16,178 594,545 585,508 546990 759,410 238.2 230.9 264.4 221.4 254. 2.0B 221 2.2 1 .96 .91 .9 .96 1.0i
Op eny l ua- i on H.s R. & N avigation C o. ........ 020 6, 5 0609 4 1 022 ,671 48 I4 7 2206 2 39. 2605:3 2 58 2 508 2 5 3.2 31 3.7 3.9 1.1 2 1. 0" .2 0 1.1? 1 .0 2
Peolor arql$-t 17' 1, 2, 2.......... ,1.o1 2 05 300;4 228.1 2. 2 242. 227 2.0 12 5 222 2. 2 11 10 21.0.1 a
r..2 York, l H v. 7o ........................... 1.045 1 05 82,84 1. 81, 1 31.8 1 : : 1. 114. 1.S* 1 .2
Pltsburgh Lake is e R. 0 Co. ............... .:20 414 s 2 6.09.36 727 4,7 9271 0 66 7 2 4 428 4.03 4.2 1S 1 7
Betbniu5 Co.: ................ 20 .......................2876.11 298570 2,1l2.403; 2,68,07 3 4,6921,6~0 9.9 89. 7 99.3 102.9 1040 9 1 2.98 .40 ].95 :1.3 1 6 1.38 1.
BSt. ourt-han Praoi oo ...................... 641,1 602282 571.369 558,709 707,996 231.6 226.8 225.3 225.8 215.0 2.70 2.56 2.56 2.63 55 .75 .72 .69 .7* S'..
St. Louls Sou~lbwrsterl. Co. and Arfiliated
aabonm IrLne CO ......................7 4.......... 45,0 55,315 4,~ 2,1 306 9 22. 224.4 224.64 24. 2.b 2.16 2.26 2.79 ..6
S b r0. 5 ,2 80 0 2 0 2. 1 2 I 1 9: 1 2 7 2 2 2 8 3 .2. 9
uriurn, sh. Co......................................7 29,74 75 79 596 2 .5 19..8 198.6 199.5 1 29.- 2.59 2 .055 i s 1
,59 36,589 88. 7.5 3)3 14 .9 9 27. .21 2. 1 2.21 52 2.77 1.0 1.09 1.08 1.10 1.
TexaBr M el Orleans R. R. Co...................... 609,91 556 7 69275 00 643,43 268.2 266.0 249.3 233.9 226.2 29 2
Texae a Poetfla r V. Co ............................ 810,772 781 95. 7587,26 1.055,281 17.8 188.2 20 N 1 8462 2196.9 1.98 1.97 1.90 7 2.12 2.21 -77 .7
Onionur P a elflo C. .............. ...... ... 0 1 9,91 0 i. 7 1 472.9 1.59 1. 11. .82 9
Wbash .~ 6 C9....................................1. .2 ,0 .1, 1 26.0 29 22. .2 1 2.2 2.8 77
: ::::::: 9i.Z:? 0 7 9 .9 89.9 99-3 02-9 1U 3:0 ^a 3^ 0- 12: 2 224 2 3 12 :23 3 ? 1 I
etrgeln Pan. Co. ............................. ,6371. 319, 2 1 ,90 ,8 5.7,6 3.4 ..91
e g. liLae .La isc By o...... On ..................2.659,1 6022 .054:65 2. 369% 71. 0 ,055,96 23- 1!1. 8 32. 1. 2.:0 2.0 j. 2.26 2.6 2.09 1. 0 17 .69 .73 1.


SRallwase having freight revenue In oeei of P10,000,000. Foar additional related averages, se. the t Goapaatsiv Statement of Operating Averagee.'
SontoraeTnuo too-mlsl noluded In dlvlsor.
Saregea, basel on return tiat Inolude the Txuakna &, It. aSith Hp. Co., the prnopart of thi ooompany having been leased to the KaIrnsa City Southern H. Co., oftotivB Fbrua y 1, 1934.
Serages for 192. 19)), 19 14. and 1955 boaed on oonMned returns at tohe t MleeourGi-ianeas-Teoaa H. H. Co.; Mleaourl-,anaas-Texas R. R. Co. of Texas; and Beaver. Meade a Engleood A. R. Co. and verassa for 19)1 based on ooabMnlo
return of the llsaourl-[Inyai-Tezae RI R. Co. and UslBourl-Inaa-Tezaa R. R. ao. or Tlat.
i Average based on reurnml that Inolude the Uster a Delaware e R. H. Co.. the property of this ompany having been aoqulred by tho New Yortk Central R. R. Co., effeotle February 1, 1932.
Inoludee PennIylvanta R. R. Co.; West Jersey 8 8esehora R. R. Co. (from Jan. 1, I19)1 to June 24, 193)); Pennsylvanla Atlantlo R. R. HO.; Rosslyn ConnotLng R. R. Co.: PhlladelphIa & Beaoh Havern R. R. o.; Ohio RiLvear I Ieltem
Nl. Co., and wapneeburg Wasahlngton R. R. Co.. socept that 1932, 193), 1934, and 1935 omit returns for the Ohio River & eaterm 2. Co. w h .loh ae2 abandoned.
Z/ Average baaed on retmrne that Inoluae St. Loui Bouthbwetern N. Co.; St. Louis Soutlhreotern y., Co. of Texas; Dallase Termral R. Depol Co.; and B-reveport Bridge a Termlnal Co.
















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE V-UNIT RF\% ENt L NIT COS.T .\';D RELATED a\ LRAi.;E Bt' [1iRi'i r] AND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
L. L1S-, I ST TEr 1 K IL .1 1 5, OR SYSTEMS, F1,R THiL LAH\ 1915 '1,l -ContinuedLt


Road frelbt mmes, fuel, supplies 0rht loooo repair. reathl eerltohtng BereuAse Frelgb?.lr ln oar repair
at, nnd enL nehouae exase" s I (ExaOUdlBln opnrolon ed rglureaentL) per (Exoludlne depreolaLtloa nad
per cLTtrrgo la revenue ton oarriedrl retireenets) per oa r-mle
193a1w 194 .1 f I fA = Cents) FCcntee) ICens


aeste di strit ...................................
Xew nasland region ..............................
Oraat Laken region ................... ..............
Central atern region ............................
Southern dirot .................................
Poomhonta region ...............................
Southern region ..............*......*....*..**.
Western ditriot ................................
Nlorthnwea T region ...................*-.*..*.**..
Central oWestL region .........................*
Southwa teor relon ....................... **... *****
An dlitrlote ..............................
Alton R. R. Co. 3 ................................
Alohlson, Topeka i Santp F Ry. Go. and
Affiliated Oopenles !/ ..... ..... ............
Atlantil Coeat Line R.R. 0o. ....... ........
BalUtlore A Ohio R.R. Co. l/ ..................
Bissegor A Lako Ene. R.R. lo. .e..**...............
Boetona Maine RR. ...............................
Central of Georlgia B. Do. .........................
Central R. Co. of aew JerIea ....... .........
Chesapeake A Ohio R. R. Co......................
Chlaago A Easearn Illinois y. 00. ................
Chlosao A North Western By. 0o. ....................
Chloagos Burlington& QOunoy R. R. Co..............
Chlasmo LGrat l western a R. o ......................
aleaeo, Indlanapolle A Loultevlle Ry. Co.........
Chicago, Mllsukee, St. Paul A Paoflo R. R. Co....
Chloago, Rook Island A Pacitlo Ry. Oo.
(Inoluding Chilago, Rook Island A Gulf R. Co.) ..
Chloago, St. Paul, mnneapollis a By. Co. .....
Cincinnati, oew Orleans A Teass Paoifio 7. Co.....
Oolawarl A Rudjon R. R. Oorporlon ................
Delsear: Lackaann a eter R. Co. ...........
Denver A Ro Grand Western R. Go... ..
VDluth, Mlscabe A northern Bj. Co. .................
Elgin, Joliit A Estern rB. Co. ...................
ris R. R. Co.
(Inoluding Chicago A ri R. R Co.) .............
Grand Trumk Western R. N, Go. (Including uakegon
Nv. A Navigation Oo.) / ..............
Wbsat orthorn S7. Co ..........................


I .. .-~. I ... I v.A I


21.1 I 91>


, 1, ,,.1 u .~I-l~ *io I Il~ I 0709 0.76 I 0.75 I 0.76


0.qk


0. 4 0.9320 0.489 1 0.525 0. Rol 23.3 I v
: 475 504 24.0 22.9 23.2 22. 29 16.4 15.5 l. 15.0 .73 .69 .78 .75 .86
.537 .520 Z1 51 5 ,23.6 21.3 19.' 19.8 24o 1'. 13. : 15.6 16.6 .b9 .*5 .79 .
.457 416 .444 .479 23.9 22.6 21.5 2.4 25.0 13.a 12.9 12.8 14.i 15.1 .8a .65 .70 .54
.3n :0 .33 .o 60 3.6 -t.r- 5PT- -- u b., -15. .:4 b7
155 :3 56 6 9 I .6 .5 22 16.1 5.8 15 17.7 1.O0 .94 .1 .70 .78 .92
*.1 8. .2.0 901 .81 .1 57 o 22 19.0 1.1 17.7 1 .-O 17.9 .4 .59 .56 .61 .75
;5 .6 71 0 9 :55
20 1.9 196 21.6 0.1 19.0 0. l9. .63 57 .55 .61 .77
:.6 :1 :16 :93 20.7 20.6 19.3 17.8 21.7 16.7 15.2 I. 16.5 1.6 .60 .56 50 .51 .59
.520 .499 .4A1 .515 .54 3 22.3 21.1 20.2 20.0 23.5 15.8 15.1 15.1 16.9 17.2 .73 .67 .66 .69 .85


.526
.448
.670




.281



.500
:52
.572
.527




.600
:699
.662
.571
.644
.410

:5 ;?


.533



.64


:5
.485
F* 1


:*



.389
.676
.676
.621
.560
.615

.395

:52


.519

.608



:46
.61725



.523
.727



:470
.4611

'489








.625
.371
.526
.554


.533
.441
.6 2
:6


:I.7
.269
.550



:F4


.694






.357

. 2
.2939


.570
.475
.619



.525



.851

597





.701
.712
b.14
.614
.699
.433

0.o


18.3
22.4
2:0



2:?

16.3
17.4


14.6





31.9
18.1
31.6

22.2
31.9
58.1
16.0
26.4
19.6
22.3


17.8
21.7
17.0
22.7
98:.

16.1
20.9
26.7
14.9
16.8
13.1
21.2
29.Z
1'.7

19.6
15.9
30.3
21.0
23.9
4.
14.14
26.3
18.1
20.8


12.5
19.i

21.0

17.1
21.0
23.0
13.3
15.4

21.3
14.3


15.0
29.5
31.0
21:,3
27.0

12.8
23.9
19.1
19.5


14.4
22.4
16.7



13.1

19.5
14.8
15.3
17.0
24.7
15.5

17.5
17.7
43.3
314.1
22.8
26.8
72.1
11.1
24.3

15.9
i3.1


16.1
25.6
18.9

23.2
14.4
28.2

22.0
19.4
16.1
27.5
16.8

21.9
21.5


24.9
28.1
77.3
lo.4
26.3
18.9
26.1


eu.!
24.8
19.8

16.0

8:5
16.9

18.7
22.7
11.0
23.5.

23.4
19.A
10.f
10.4
20.B
:3
14.7
15.9
25.2
11.9


20.7
21.7
20.0
15.1
2.7
15.5
16.6
7I:
15.5
17.4
17i:
21.4
11.5
22.6

22.1
19.3
10.8
9.8



13a1
14.9
24.3
16.3


us.I
17.9
21.1
14.:
l|:f
15.q
16.9

15.8
17.7
17.0
19.1
11.6
23.0

21.5
18.8
10.}
10.6
21.3
16.1
4.2
12.2
13.6

A2 :
17


19.6
18.3
24.6

16.5

.t8
9.1
17.2
20.6
19.3
19.9
11.6
24.6

21.8
19.8
11.6
12.0
23.2
lb.9
13.0
14.1
14.7
26.2
24.1


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1?:I
17.:
I.8
10.1
20.3
19.2
19.6
20.L
11.1
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20.4
20.4
12.9
10.4
22.5
17.0
5.3
15.2
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.52
.99
.79
.62
.69
.77
.52
.25
.75
.50

.78
:U4
1.56
.76
.75
2.13
).10
.50
.94
.66


.57

:.7
.87
.77


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.75
.962
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2.68

.56
1.0o
.6


.72


.55
.76
.56


.71
.61
.24
.81
.o48


.45
:41
1.58
1.00
.59
1.:8
2.33
.54
I.oo
.53


.49
.86
1.07




.5
.74

*7
.28
:56

.48
:.9
1.71
1.08
6:.7
1.68

.51
1.01
.70


1.21
.9i
1.21


1:.

.70
.81
1.00
.68
.31



.62
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1.61
1.14
.53
2.79
1.91
.53
1.05
.05


Railws b having freight revenue in ecess of 10,000,000. for additional related averages, see the Comparative Statement of Operating Averages.'
SMonrevenue ton-lmlees noluded In dlvisor.
Averages for 1931 based on combined returns of the Chiago & Alton R. R. Co. and Alton R. R. Co.
Aerasges based on returns that t olude the Atohlson, Topaka & Sants Ie By Co.; Oulf Colorado & Santa Fe R Co.; and Panhandle A Santa Fe B. Co.
Averages based on returned that Iolude the Buffalo & Busquehamna R. R. Corporation and Buffalo. Rochester & Pittburgh By. Co., the properties of these oompanies having been leaeod to tho e Baltimore A Ohio R. R. Co., effective
January 1, 1932.
/ Averages for 1955 based on oomblned return of the Grand Trunk Wlesern R. R. Co. and Iujekegon Ry. A Navigation Co.


146
36150


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION to
BIrREtAl OF STA7iITIC.
TABLE V-rNIT RL ENUES. [UNIT' slr. .1\Nr RFL.\rED .I\\'FRAaGTI B' I ['iRII'rT AND.\ REOIONS. AND FOR F.LELCTED
1'L..S I b1IL.\M RAILn,\" 1 R YS'.TEM IiIR [HI. I IRS 1935 -1PJ31 -Cons[u..db l

Road rrelLgat wagse, fuel. aupplles Prelght loomootlv repairs Freaigt BatLLhLaB n penoee Prliht-UlIn ear repairs
and englneh.ueea expanses (EzoludLng dapreolatlon and retlre- per (Ioluding dprselatLon and
nlslrlct, refrgon an railway pr lfreltsr g roea as-mrle menLa) per freight locomotLve-mile revenue ton oarled treLr enot l ) per eau
939 1934 1 1933 1932 A1931 "93I 193 1 193 1932 1931 19gr5 19=Jq. 2933 1932 S 5 193 5 ].94J g7i. 1233 -Los-- ]S0-2
(MLL-1-) (Cenel) (OenOt) Oentl
IlnoLa Cental o. OR lasippi Valley R.R. Co.) .. 0:19 0 0 o82 0.492 0.523 1.4 1.0 15. 14.4 21.o 16.7 16.2 1 .9 16.6 18.5 1.23 0. o.1 0.
Internatlonal-Great Northern R.R. Co. ..............., 2 .50 .551 .*b3 24.9 15.0 18.4 17.7 21.2 15.1 13.) 12.6 10.4 15.1 .55 *.5 *14 .4 .53
K an7as i R1o -. 6 6 7 6 22.: 25.1 27.1 21.8 37.1 22.8 20.2 20.9 22.Z 21..6 .5 6 Z .6.
Lo.. f t,, Ti I.... 5. 0 o. .. .................... .....61 : 2:. o 28.3 16..
Long Tnland R. R. C ....... .......... .... 2.7 2.09 2.8016 7.7 23.3 18.7 21.19.9 1. 18.9 1.5 19 1.2
Los Angeles A Salt Lake R.R. 0. : ................ .610 .57 .96 .642 .662 1.B 19.1 19.6 18.: 22.: 11.5 11.4 11.0 11.4 12 .45 .49 .47 .
LouievIlle & Hahvile R. R. Co. ...................... 518 .504 .509 .53 2.9 21.2 1.0 17.6 24. 1.6 11.5 14.5 16.7 1.0 1.11 .80 .8 78 1:3
Uai.e Centra. R. R Co. ........................... .831 .8) .72 .920 2.0 14.6 23.0 22.0 2.2 7.0 6.9 7.8 8.4 1.00 1.02 .97 1.06
inneapolls 5. Louis R. Co. .... ....... :....... 7 .6 1 .784 17.6 16.9 1.5 15.1 6.1 16.3 17.) 17.0 17.5 16.5 .62 .77 .87 .92 1.01
KInneapols, St. Paul & Sault Ste. lMarUe Co. ; 709 .670 .67 .746 .719 18.7 14.2 '9 14.6 14.1 16.5 15.8 15.6 18.9 18.3 .67 .59 .75 .6 1.02
Itssourl-Kanpas-Texas R. R, Co. and Controlleda
ospuan e ".................. .......... .. : .4 .462 .4o8 19.4 2l. 15.0 12. 19.) 22.1 22.4 16.8 17.3 17.7 .42 .44 .62
iMaour paolio R o 0.............................'2 7 .46 .502 .50b 20.1 19.0 I1.7 15.0 19.2 17.8 17.4 16.9 19.0 19.0 .62 .53 .1 .53
obile & 1to R. R. Co ....:......................... .529 7. ." .527 .5", 15.9 18.7 14.7 14.5 1.6 20.7 19.5 17.9 22.7 23.1 .93 .78 .65 ."5 .
Nashville. ChettanoogBa A St. Loue By. ............. .680 .609 .570 .616 .617 21.0 20.7 22.4 20. 22. 2. 24.7 24.2 25.8 26.2 1.25 1.11 1.25 .8 1.0)
New York Oenral R. Rt. 00. 1 .
(inoludolng Booton & Alba R Co.) ............ 9 *.4 *426 .461 .44) 25.7 .73.7 24.9 22. 22.5 23.5 22.2 ?2.2 24.5 25.2 .6 .65 .72 .6
lee York, New Haven A Hartord RI. R. Co. ................39 .67* .687 26.3 27.1 21.1 25.9 22. 2.1 27.9 23.4 22.9 .68 .5 : .7 .75
e. york. Chloaso S St. Loic. 5. I. o4361. 19.0 111.11 17.5 18 1o. 1o. .145 t9 9)4 .65
Sfolk* A pesLaro *y. C o. .... ...................... ... 315 51.5 35.1 '42.9 .5 96 97 .5
or r Pa o ...................... .571 .566 .7 .7 .40 25 .0 18.4 21.7 223 0.0 .9 27.0 0.7 0.1 96 2 3
Or.gon BhorL Line R. R. Do ...................... 5945 .629 56 1.2 19.2 14.4 13.5 19.7 16.5 15.9 14.4 5.6 17.7 .4 .9 .5 47 .77
aregso-Washlngtoo R. 13. a Navati f Co. 0 .7 .....7.3 65 .24 890 15.9 15.4 16.0 17.5 17.5 21.7 23.3 26.4 .2 26.2 .44 19
yenneyl ~ ........?...........::. *45 .49 : :76 .5.26 0.8 19.2 18.0 1i.1 22.8 l:0 198.1 18.7 1.1 22.9 %75 :4 17


8t. Loue.-San Franaoeo Sy. Co...................... 55 .543 .*51 .555 .5b6 22.6 21.7 21.5 21.3 22.3 19.2 18.o 17.o 18.3 19.9 .52 .75 .71 .56 .*4
PSt Louis Boihwester R. Co. and Affliated 6 .1496 .M471 .485 .G495 15-8 17.1 14.7 19.9 24.0 17.4 17.1 12.4 14.5 1.9 .41 .54 .
Saoad or q,. ..................... ...... $ .592 9 2 15.7 15.. 1 1. .6
Saoshr5 53 .2 25.2.2 21.7 2.2 28. 15.1 18.0 17.6 1.. 1 8. .6 .6< .2 .)9
Txa sburg e. Orlt It. R Co. ....................... 3 9 2.0 19. 8 18.0 2.5 2.2 2 2 2.5 1 .75 .81 .714 .81
Te as n P i n r euo.... .. R.42 .39 .3a4 .48 2.0 22.14 19.6 19.9 214.2 15.1 9.8 1.1 15.3 14.7 .31 2 .31 1 .0 I: .
*.409 41.3 449.4 50.3 3.9 31. 14.0 14.6 5. .99 .9 .89
eaLh Co.... .. .................................. 41 .425 .471 .0 19.1 1.0 17.4 25.1 19.0 .9 184 19.1 0.9 5.4 .42 .32 .7 146 .64

S" el--Ls' s fl .Co.............................597 5 .:5 .13 :56 .560 28.9 30.4 30.7 23.1 218. 9.7 59. 1 ., .I I- 1 .


S ilwysT having freight revenue In zoese of (10,000,000. For aAai1lonal related average, see the Comparatl.ve State-nt of OperatIng AvTagoa.e
3 v Arsas based on returns that lnolude the Texarkana Ft. Smith RI. Co., *he properly of' t1me oomopny having been leased to the Kansas City Southern RB. Co., afeoleeve February 1. 19311 ,
average For 1932, 1933, L95,Jand 1935 baled on ooablned returns of the MCLsourl-Kanoas-Texas R. R. Co.; IleioWrlt-Knmaa-Texsa R. R. Co. oa Texas; and Beaver, Reade a& Di]leood It. R. CO. and average. for 1931
eou ed on ooblneo return. of te lsour-.................. R. R. 0o. and Mlsourl-21.2anaa-Te R1 1. R. Co. o6f exa.
SAverage based on reurnm that Inotude the Ulnter & Delaware R. I. Co., the property of thBi ooapany having been .oqulrod by the New York Central 2R. R. Co., effsot lv February 1, 19)2. C
IZnolude PennsylvanLa R. R. Co.; eat Jersey & Seashore I. RI. Co. (from Ja. 1, 1931 to .Jne 214, 1953); Pennsylvania & Atlanle I R. Co.; Roselyn Conneoting R. I. Co.; .Phladelphla & Beseh Raven It. Co.;
Ohio River & Wesloer Ry. Co.; and la.neeburg S Wasbtnglto R. R. Co.. eoept t .ha 1932, 19),. 193), and 1935 omit returns for the Oho River & Western y. 'o., which was abandoned.
/If averages based on returns that Inolude St. Louis Southbeetern Ry, Co.; St. Loute Southwestern R. Co. of T.exa; Dallae Terlinal By. A Depot Co.; and Shreveport Bridge & Terminal Co.












41 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMM MISSION
36150
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES, UNIT COSTS. AND RELATED AVERAGES, BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS, FOR THE YEARS 1936 -1931 -Continued-/
Sati orf 6witobng Io correspondlng
Freit traffic road train expenBs 8(0sloted aoounts) Passenger servloe
Dietriot, region and railway expenses ppnero per
ton carried_ Freight Passenger eoa -ier

Easten dlrot3 1i 3.8 1913 19. 380 69 1 i9 5 10. 1014 1 i 1 :g2 19 1 935 1 93. 9 279 26 I2 9
........ r(Ceo1;a) (heoeni) (Peroent) (cents)

eatrn Ldat region ................................ 3 3.79 3.8 0 662. 1. 151.7 6. 10. 11. 1. 269. 2 4. 23.1 25.4 26.1
Central E stern reglon ............................ 3.01 9 5 3.04 3.90 5.43 66 6*9 7.1 7.8 10..6 29.4 28.7 27.1 28.2 31.5
eouta d gitrot ................................... 46 4.671 4.65 54 .14 43. 3. 44.7 45.5 46.4 7. 7.6 7.7 8.1 8.1 24.61 23.4 22. 214.0 26.
Bouhern rglo.n ................................. 7 6 7.53 6.6 4.7 43. 1.0 4. 2 76 7. jS 23.6 26
.tern .datrot .. .............................. 5.97 5.9 6.10 7.57 5.95 .2 10.*4 .640 42.7 .0 .1 7.4 7.:1 7.3 2 3.
.ort.etrn region .26 .5....2 .... .. 4....... .6 E8 14t .4 (. (.7 0.o P5.4 2. 86
Central later region............................. 14 6.35 .61 7 3 .:6 7 7. 7.6 7.3 7.6 23.2 22.4 5. 234 2.
utsern reion ............................ 7.95 7.31 7 .91 395 4 5 54 5.5 5.7 5.6 2. 2. 2. 2 25.
s au adletriot ................................. .36 4.31 4.52 5.4 4.70 9.1 418.1 4 1 49. 52.0 8.6 8.7 9.0 9.1 9.1 216.5 2. 24.6 25.3 27.7
utol R. R. Co. y ................................ 50 5.71 5.58 7.53 6.76 74.7 71.3 73.2 67.0- 63.0 11.1 8.2 8.0 6.6 5.8 28.6 26.4 23.6 23.9 27.2
C.o.pa.nis y. io ............ .. .....6 .7 7.9 7.4 .2 5.0 5.5 5.9 6.1 7.0 6.9 2.3 2.1 2. 2.4 2.
atlBntlo Coast L inoe R. GCo ................... 81 .714 9.23 11.36 8.68 41.1 41.0 6.O '4.0 4735 3.9 4.6 5.2 5.6 6.8 18.7 1.4 18.14 20.4 22.4
Csitisore daOhpolo A oi.l. 4... 4... ............. 6 1.53 4.51 5.95 5.38 53.5 5292 56.3 58.8 50. 7.14 9.1 12.3 13.0 27.0 26.2 25.2 25.3 26.8
Bcieseer A.Lke erie A. a: a 1. n. c.. .... 1.12 1.141 2.95 1.31 29.14 30.7 30. 9 350 2.1 2.1 2.1 3.1 2.7 160.14 133.5 120.8 1141.5 154
Ioton aine ............................. 3.56 3.45 3.61 4.U 3.88 47 147.7 '5. 47.6 4a.3 6.6 6. 6.9 8.9 6.9 35.0 32. 32.14 33.1 35.
Central of Geragla 1n. Co. ........................... 9.05 10.30 12.8 9.07 47.2 414.6 6.1 4. 50.0 9.5 10.4 10.8 8.8 g.1 21.7 20.6 20.7 21.4 23
C nasr a ..... of l ; ....................... 143 5. 5 3 3 3 11.5 1. 11. 11.6 11.2 50.2 7. 11 .

Ces.epea be Ohio r. o............................ 2.29 .2 .9 5 .47 9.0 .a 6.9 6.3 9.5 *. 14. 2.3 0 3. .5
ains ego t Ea Enrn R .. Co ...................... 32 6.55 7.a 7 6. 5.3 67.1 77.3 3.3 4.0 3.9 25.7 2
llhin a s rhio ctrn .. ...Co....................... .53 .8 4.17 5.26 3.80 58.3 114.2 5.6 51.2 52.09 8.0 .6 8.2 9.1 9.1 26.5 24.2 24.5 24.0 27.3


Iowas arlingion .uinoy R. A. Co. .. ... ........ 5.0 5.02b 5.0 9 1 6 :56. 6 b.1 4 1.9 73.2 46.2 649.5 9.5 10.0 9.7 7.1 9.7 21,7 20.7 20.5 21.4 23.2
Caoasea ret Yae n R A ...... .................. 10.11 10.10 12.15 10.92 4 5. .6 8.6 7.6 .7 .7 6.9 2.1 26.7 21 2. 2.
2ut. rion ... L .. 9........... 5. 9.0 37 .0 11 25.0 2.9 2 4 23. 27. .




Chiaagoe bleak. St. Paul a n Paniueo t. B lo 1.7qb R R. Co. 72 .4pt0 5o.33 50f.o 50.3 5 i. r 50.' 51.7 8.353 8.7 8.7 9.3 9.7 27.0 23.9 5 44. 26.3 28.2
Chiso., Aotpe 6santA PacyiC 1 Ai. Co.
Chiogo St. Pal,. innepolis A. aha.. o........ 13. 3.22 .0 59.2 5 :.9 6f. 0n8.6 58. 10.7 l.0 1 l 1 24. 221. 2. 3. 25
Dolatne A Hudson A. Corporation... .................. 2.59 2.43 2.85 2.34 36.3 37.5 8.5 5.1 4.9 3.8 4.6 42.8 35.2 38.8 9. 39.3
.. 5.56 .0 .67 6.30 5.33 62.1 0. .6 71.2 4 10.9 11.0 12.0 1 11.2 32.3 30.7 0.9 29.7 32.0




D r oas tr .. ..... 5.91 6.33 6.60 6.81 .M 37. 36. 38.7 41.2 40.5 11.2 11.2 12.9 12.4 12.3 23.5 2.9 20.7 22.0 23.6
iuh. i or h. Co. .:................ ..2 53.1 59.2 53.9 .9 61.9 78.0 92.7 92.2 75.1
n, o ....................0 .96 12.7 171.2 152.1 146.6 172.6 -
E.-e or & A.. ... :0.













DinouMaingeChisago A Erie A. A. O.).................1 4.82 34.58 5.21 14.80 6 2.3 4 9.7 52.0 50.1 52.3 10.9 10.6 1. 9.9 9.1 31.5 29.1 27.4 26.0 8.4
Crad ra nk ofWestelrn CA. .............. .... 7-0un9 sg 1.98. s.5 114. '4,.14 29.0 27.5 2. 2.2







Naviton .) ........ .3.1 3.19 1 87 7 97.1 91.5 88.5 83. 5 8. 57 5..9 44 21.2 25. 23.3 25.3 27.1
Chagort a North s s C. o ..................... 3.99 5.09 6.440 10.63 6.93 37.6 36.9 56.9 3.: 35., 6.0 7.6 .2 5.1 9.0 2.g 3 2.5 2.2 27.







Chircge for 1931 baed on sombnd R. R. Co. ts of2 t Cs Alton A. 40. Co. 4nd "o A. 2.
,: o : : .7 10.7 40.. 2,.,1















C.. effective JuUan 1, 1932.
l/ A:o agoer t esten R. o. ........b rturn for rand Trunk tern Co. d gon gaton
Chi ago udlanapolis A Louisvlle FI. Cc .......... .96 6.o2 510 12-165 0% -4:3 49: 53:1 52:1 5 38o7 71. 25 g 24 27.o
C.icao, ilwasukee, St. Paul A Paoifo R. R. Oo, ..... 517 9.3 27
Chicago. Rook Island A Pac. I0.V. O..

032 2 0 5 2 10.9 4o.9 2 3 2.
..u o o.,, Now Orleans & Texas Pacific:. C. ....9.1; NO '. 4.9 34 32 37 ..3 a. 0 N 1.8 24.4 2: 2, 2 27.


Duluth. Vlonabs A lorrthern B. Go ................... 29 0 .20 1-39 5 31 59.2 53-9 61.9 6- 7 0 a.0 9.7 92.2 75.1
Egin. Joitetr a Eastern y. 0. ..................... .81 .98 .98 1-30 .96 212.7 -71.2 152.1 1"1.6 172.6 .. ..
Eie. R. 0. Co.
(Inotalng Chicagoo h Eie R. A. Co.) ..;............. 1.82 4.58 5.21 4.60 52-3 419.7 52.0 5o0 52.3 109. 10.6 10.4 9.9 9.1 31.5 29.1 27.4 26.0 28.4
Grand Trunk western R. R. Co. (InoludJnj ukagkon
y. h Navisgtion Co.) 5 .......................... .10o ).-9 .o5 34.87 N.95 97:. :5 ;58 4.,95 4:5 2. 27.5 28.0 29.2 4


Aver gse or 1932 based on oombined re ur-n of the Chlocago Alton R. R. Go. and Alton R. R. Co.
Aeragen basea on returns that include the Atohloon. Topeka A Santa re By. Go.; Glulf. Colorado & BSnta Fa By. Co.; and Panhandle & Santa FS FY. C0.
Average baoed on returns that include the Buffalo a Susquehanna R. R. Corporation and Buffalo, Rooheater & Pitteburgh B. Co., the propetlee of these companies having been leased to the Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
A 5/ ve 'or 195 based on oomblned returns for the Grand TruLc Westem R. R. Co. acd Mlusbegon Ry. a Navigation Co.
















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION *t
BLtREAI' iF 5T TI'Ti'.S
TABLE V-i:>Nl ld %i l I 'ii I,.r 1-, *,I I. l..A i. ',' 1 LF. L. h [ l' I IKI, T- 1 NIb R.Li.lI',-.. AND F'i- R B i. LE E.L E)
I I ,.- I *-11 1 h ,a illi "5 "Ki* I \- I r.1 ]H I. L N1 U5 35 r I- ill i. -lrA u,.,Jl
Proiot tratfi .Ratio of aeltchlng to corresponding
P'reit traf lo road train expen aae selected aooounts) Passenger service
ape asa per sxponses per
Distriot, reionr and railway tor e nersd Freight Passenger oar-mile
1935 1934 1923 19 931 1935 19322 1I 1995 [ 1932 1931 1935 1934 I 1991 1992 1931 199S 1994 14 1 9 19 EM
SCentsal (Percent) (Peroen) a l)t
llitnois Central 8. R. Co.
(Includ t Taon Rlsilppi Vallty R. e. Co.).. R.5 4.406 .80 4.90 4.76 4.0 43.7 44.2 45.7 48.4 11.4 11.6 10.8 10.4 11.0 25.7 22.2 21.3 22.0 25.2
Internatlonai-Great Northern R. R. Co. ......... 4. 1 .29 5.35 5.90 3.59 4.)1 L0.5 4u.0 "4,.9 w4.3 4.. 3.2 5.0 3.8 4.3 25.1 22.0 22.3 22.8 25.5
Kanesa Cliy Southern Fy. Co. 2 ..... ...... .71 1.09 9.7 9.8 7.1 51.8 2.1 55. '7.9 63.? .3 .8 2.0 1. 2.8 27.4 26.6 25.6 .1
Long Island R. Co.............................. S.0 1.14 1.15 1.29 1.23 69.9 89.9 491.4 63. 80.4 4 12.6
Los Angeles Balt Late R. Co. .................... 4 5.4 .9 .29 20.1 19.8 19.2 1.2 0 20 2.4 i.b 2.9 ) 1 26 22.9
Loultevlle & Nashvtlle R. R. Co. ................... 3.5 ).91 60 .16 .l 4.6 1. .4 4.7 4.7 5.6 .6 21.9

Minneapois, Si. LPul l 8i. ste. Marla B. Co.. ... 5.37? .7B 6.23 7.51 5.9 317.1 35.4 55.5 36.6 1.0 4.7 3.2 5.0 5.4 5.5 5. 23 24 5
MiYsourl-Kanoae-Taxas R. R. Co. and Cootrolled
Compsnre 12.11/. .... 11.71 10. ic. .9 45. 4.7 49.1 50. 52.0 7. 7.4 7.9 7.6 7.5 23.9 22.1 22.0 19.8 21.9
,amp .. o 6-93 6 ,6a.: 2.' 21.,
iussourl Paeito R. R. Co. ......................... 6..0 06 7.6 60.57 35. 39.4 35.3 40.1 6.5 13.4 3.5 3.5 3.7 3.9 26.2 24.2 22.8 21.5 24.1
Mobil Ohio R. ........................... 29 1 0 1.35 1.7 15.25 1. 0.7 5.3 319.4 .3 .4 3.4 2.7 2.5 26.7 23.3 2).0 24. 25.9
Ilasnille, Chattanooga A St. Lals R .............. 1.93 21.5i 11.49 i3.46 11.6J 57.0 54.2 55.5 55.7 58.8 8.3 8.4 9.1 12.9 12.2 25.1 24.5 23.5 24.0 26.1
ow YTora Central R. R. Co. 472
(nlourtng Boston a Alban R. R. Co.) ............ .1 .0 14 5.01 4.8 0 7. 1.6 .0 1.6 1 24.2 21 0.8 .
sew Tort, oloaLo A St. Lo7J B. B. Co............... 6.3 6.6 8.53 .6 52. 7.1 46. 1.7 52.9 9.5 10.3 11.0 9.4 9.0 28.7 25.6 22.3 27.2 39.8
N a Yolrk. Ne .L & Brlford .R. Co. .......... 2 3 2.92 .70 65.2 5.9 .7 70.3 70.1 8.0 8. 8.7 .7 .3 41. .0 1.9 41. 42.7
orfolk A western Ry. Co. .......................... 3 35.7 155 14.2 1.5 13.0 33. 323 31 3.
Northern Paoiio R. Co. ............................ 6.5 85 6 6.0 .5 45.2 6..2 5.9 6. 6. 7.2 29.5 9. 29.7 0.8 .0
Oregon Snort Line R. R. Co.......................... 2.1 2.46 2.o8 3.85 3 32. 2 30. 0 34.0 .9 11.1 11. 10.7 10.0 9.4 22.0 23.0 24.2 24.~ 27.0
Ore n-ashieneon R. t ato ln Co ............ 4 3 5.1 i. 7.6 9. 2. 39.5 41.5 50.9 5.4 5. 5.6 6.2 2.9 28.0 27.7 27 3.
P.onne.l-l Bate.n .................. .....1. 15 .7 4.7 .8 67.2 6.1 70.1 12.9 1.4 13-. 14.: 14.0 27.1 26.6 25.1 26. 29.6
Poare. austte tI B ........ .......~ ..4.75 5.18 5.98 5.49 53.9 50. 0.1 53.6 5.3 .9 9.1 10.5 10.7 9:. 0.9 0 30. 8 30.7 32.
A Lae E Co......................... 1.1 1.0 1 1..15 13. 9 211 1 9.7 1.2 10. 9. 11. 11. .8 4.1 9 1. .
Rsadt l Cog ..0 ..... ........... ....... .9 1.49 1. 1.: 6.5 02.7 6.6 11.6 11.7 11.7 10.9 1.8 s .6 2 .0 5 .
S. Loua-BS Franol.co Ry. Co. ...................... 5.0 5.15 5.62 6.57 5.43 59.4 39.4 5 9.9 41.1 46.1 4.15 4.6 5-. 5.1 5-4 29.1 26.9 26.1 26.8 24.8
St. Loulis 8othlastem Ro. o. and. O Affillated
Companies ........................... .... 18.84 15.86 20.70 16.49 29.1 30.1 33.8 35.3 110 9.6 13.9 1.1 .6 28.9 3.4
seaboard LLrLins y. Co iu. 1 10.22 11.17 11.01 10.68 .0 5 9 4.5 4. .6 24.2 23.6 22.1 23.7 4.8
Sothbrnan y. Co. ................................... .047 0.56 4.50 5.9 5.41 .8 '. 0.2 7.2 7.2 6.9 7 22.7 22.1 21.2 2.1
outBne. Polfa Co. a...................... ...........1 79 74 3b.5 35.5 33.8 351. 34.8 7.3 7.4 7.7 7.1 7.3 25.9 23.6 204. 25.4
T: a N Orleans R. Co. ...................... .8.04 82 9.22 10.1 7.7 9.6 9 8 .6 22.0 21.7 21.7 22.6 2.
T os A Paolfo Do ....................... 6.1 .91 6.55 7.60 5.44 432 4.4 43.5 9.6 8.8 8.6 8. 8. 6.9 .9 244 21.3 23.9 22.9
nolon Paolflo R. o t 4.62 4. t 7 4.55 30.4 31.5 339 34.6 .2 7.1 1.7 7.0 6.3 19.6 18.7 18.7 15. 2o.4
Virginian Ry. C................................... 2.05 2.04 2.19 2.28 1.98 21.6 21.6 22.2 2.5 2.2 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.1 1.9 42.3 44.3 40.5 33.6 33.4
Wabosh Ry. Co. .................................... .81 9.01 9.4 10.4 10.39 50.2 49.5 50.9 51.4 6 6.2 5.3 5.6 6.4 26.9 24. 24.8 25.1 26.2
SWetern larylan. .. Co............................. .2.9 2.94 17 4.07 3.70 92.2 32.5 32-7 34.1 32.9 4.4 3.6 :3. 4.2 3.5 6 5 01.2 5.2 57.0
IWestn Polflo R Co....................... 15.29 14.07 17.19 1.3 15. 21.4 21.1 23.5 23.2 24.0 .6 1.1 24.1 24 .82 2 24.9
Wheeling A Lake tErie y. Co........................... 9 .8 .05 5 6 .42 76.0 72.1 68.8 78.1 5.0 4.9 4.4 2.6 .6 45.4 49.0 52.4 .7 5

Railways having freight revenue in exzoes of o10,000,000. For additional related averages, see the 'Comparative Statement of Operating Averages."
Averages based on returns that include the Texarkana & Pt. Smith 8r. Co., the property of this company having been leased to the Iansas City Southern f8. Co., effective February 1, 1934.
/ Averages for 1932, 1933, 1934, and 1935 based on combined returned of the sleaourt-Xansaas-leas R. R. Co.; Missourl-Eansae-Texas R. R. Co. of Texas; and Beaver, eade & Englewood R. R. Co. and averages for 1931
based on combined returns of the Missouri-Kanesa-Texa R. R. no. and Mieeourl-Ianaae-Texas R. R. Co. of Texas.
SAverages based on returns that Inolude the Ulster & Delaware R. R. Co., tne property of this company having been acquired by the New York Central R. R. Co., effootie February 1, 1932.
Includes Pennsylvania R. R. R o.; West Jersey & Seashore R. R. Co. (from Jan. 1. 1931 to June 24, 1933); Pennsylvana A Atlantic R. R. Co.; Rossalyn Conr.eotng R. R. Co.: Philsdelphi 6& Beach Haven R. R. Co.;
Ohio River A Western y. Go.; and Wayneeburg It Washington R. R. Co., except that 192. 1931. 1934, and 1935 oit returns for the Ohio River a western a Co., whioh was abandoned.
SAverages based on returns that include St. Louis Southwestern y. Co.; at. Louise southwestern By. Co. of Texas; Dallas Terminal 8y. A Depot Co.; and Shrrevport Bridge & Terminal Co.


















5o INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
}610 ~BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES, UNIT COSTS. AND RELATED A L BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS, H ill l YEARS 1936 1931 Continued/


passenger service train Average journey passenger revenue per passenger-mile

District, region and railway traievenue per pasr anger Commutation Oher than commutation
S9 3 1911 3 19 1 a
,, ~ ~~ ~ I. .I. Cns (cents)


Eastern district ..............................**
See England region ...................*..*****.
3reat Lakes reglon ............................
Contrh l Eastern region .........*......*.......
Southern distriot ...............................
Pooahontas region ......*............ **..,....
southern region ...........*....** .**....* ....***
Wcailtem trot s ................................
Alrthw.ster region .............................
Central eastern region ..........................
Bouthea tern region .... ....................
All distrlota ............................

Alton R. it. Co. /t ..... ......................
Athblison, Topleka Santa ?e BI. Co. and Affiliated
CofpmaiB e/ ................................
Atlantic Coast Line IR. R. e. ....................
Bealimore a Ohio ., iS. o. Y ....................
Be.oaomr &a Eal r el o B. It o ...................
Boston a oUat ne R .............................
Central of Georgia RBy. Go .......................
Central R. R. Co. of New Jersy .................
Chesapeake a Ohio y. Co. ........................
Chicago & Eastern IUnols RBy. o. ...............
Chicago a North Western Ry. Co. .................
Chloago, Burlington a OLno B R. Co. ...........
Chelago Great iWetera R. R. Co. ....... .
Chloago, Indianspolll A Loiaslille NR. Co. .......
Chloago, Illwulweee, St. Paul A Paolflo R. R. Go.
Chiago, Rook Island a Pacific BY. 0o.
(Including Chloigo, Rook Taland &a Oulf By. Co.).
Chlcago, Bt. Paul, Minneapolls & Omaha By. e.,
Cinolnnati, New Orleans A Texas Paciflo By. Co. ,,
Delaware A Rudaon R. it. Corporton ..............
Delauare, Lao awann A Weatern R. 0. Co. .........
Denver a Rio Grande Western ,. R. o. 0.... ......
Duluth, Nissabe A Northern R,. Co, ...............
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Ry. Co. .................
Erie R.. Co.
(Including Chicago A Irie R. R. Co.) ...........
Orand Trunk Western B. R. Co. Iznoluaing
Musklegon i. a Navigatlon Co.) / ........
Oraet Northern By. Co. ..........................


al-e.


os nf I 28.77 I i-n


92.8


I 25.i :7.; 25.6 24.8 28.5 30. 0. 9 1 --
21.7 21.3 5 .o 29 2. 97 3.28 38.37 .12 1- os 1. 1.06 1.01 9 273 2 .64 3
2 -1 .3 23.5 248 2 .5 7 26.72 2. 08 oo 2. 33 2 57 7 1.05 1.03 1. 2.59 2.49 2.57 z 3-
1o *16.0 ,1.1 1.4 18.8 551 491.24, 1.26 1.2: 7 821. 3.
I _34_m :)


14.9


15.3 18.6


52.71 491 4 .415 7 .7.2 45. 1.23 1.24
-,r cl sC I LLC in 6i.Ct 67.67 1 .00 I .00


1.77 1.92
1.78 2.o6


2.44 3.10
2.16 2.70


14.2 13.4 13.3115 17. 1. 1. 132. 1 1 1.67 2.23 2.329 2.
19..4 19.4 19.1 20.0 23.5 41.44 o.o09 37.74 35.44 36.71 1.09 1.o09 1.oS 1.o0 1.06 2.18 2.17 2.35 2.70 3.06
....... .. .. .' ^^ .. .


24.0
14. 5
13.7
11.2






15.1 4
28.0





13.9








9.0
201.5






14.9


146.31



o. e
20.27
69.66
20.47














49.16
16..91





118.04
1146.42



'09.86

16.91

20.78

199.90


152.27



2l.9
19.3

72. 1
20.92
113.W
99.61

56. 1.

151.59

'9.})
12L.52
140.85



47. R

10.61

21.77
102.10
198.34


158.27


140.28
319.0

96.13
20.9E
106.78
35.0o
5. 79
194.57
9698

46. 28
129.1d
163.62

5:?
50.34
30.62
21.88
98.98
215.-35


112.95
11.
L9 .

66.32
20.30
I1. 7o







122,92
130.98



14738.291



13.98

7 .98
38.40
20.48

74.93
19'.29


130.*7
323.149
188.54
96.5
12:4
20.54

71.82
18.66
68.89
82.51






414.87
128.99
122.16

a.46
276.57

27.12
21.17
109.49
201.68


1.99
1.80
1.85
2.20
2.61
2.73
1.60
1.82



1.28

1.80

1.83
1.89
1.78

3.1
2.28

3.55

1.99
2.60
1.69


1.87
1,88
2.22
2.70
2.:14

1.57






1.71

1.80
1, 0



1:11




1.77


1.89

1.20
1:a9


2.77
2.50
2.20
3.28

3.16
2.14
2.76
2.06
26
2.50







1.82

2.26
2.60
2.44

2j:S


1_/ Railwys having freight revenue in excess of |IO,000.C.0. For additional related averages, see the *Omparative Statement of Operating Averages."
2 Averages for 1931 based on combined returns of the Cnlego & Alton R. R. Co. and Alton R, R. Co.
SAverage based on returns btat include the Atonison, lopeka & Santa Fe kF. Co., Julf. Colorado & Santa e BRy. Co.; and Panhandle & Santa Pe Ry. Co.
Averages based on returns that Inolude Bte Buffalo a Busquehanna R. R. Corporation and Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Ry. oo., the properties of these companies having been leased to the Baltimore & Ohio
R. R. Co., effective January 1, 19A2.
5/ Averages for 19)5 based on oomblned returns of the Grand Trunk Western R. R. Co. and Muskegon Ry. & Navigation Co.


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1 10


1 0n6


1 0.


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BIUFEAI.' OF ;TATISTI t
TABLE V-r'MiT I' LR 'L i, L:iT ,1 ~i 1 \.[1 R.i L\il .A' ER\CF Bl DIATRIC'T .\ND REGOI NgS AND Fi'R SELECTED
i.Ll$ I T[. \L I IL,\iL\ .\\%1 IlR -'*'\~l I HI R THL I..\R 1935 I'*3 I'.,liDrj-d!/

Pafssi rnr serr oe train Average Journey Passenger revenue per pseBanger-mLle
revenue per passenger per
Dlitrlt, region and rllwy train oar-nil passenger Comnutation Other than commlatlon
1IY. 19 l i 19 192 l 11 19 19 9195 19 1 911 19 129 1931 1 19 194 19 1912 1931 19J~ 191 19 192 1J 1
ICentsl (lles a (Centa) (Cent)a
Illinosle central R. R. Co.
(nodingon YSZOO & Mlissippl Talley R. R. Co.) 16.7 17.8 17.9 17.1 20.1 21.05 19.A2 18.7 19.')3 19.42 1.26 1.27 1.25 1.30 1.30 1.82 1.76 1.87 2.35 2.87
Internationsl-Great lNorthern R. R. Co............ 11.7 10.6 10.9 12.7 16.5 142.09 Il1.1.) 1.1.9 142.17 159.70 1.87 1.89 2.17 2.08 2.82
Lansas City Southern Ry. Co. / .................. 13.0 13.7 12.8 1 14.8 1-2.8o 101.26 105.52 11o.1) 105.20 1.86 1.a3 1.86 1.82 2.69
Lehigh Valley R R. o. ........................ 15.9 .2 16.2 17.7 11. 10.53 11.0 10.68 98.31 .90 .96 .94 1.7 1.48 2.34 2.17 2.22 2.7 .92
Long Island R. R. 0o. ............................. .7 .0 44.1 5 7.5 16.4 1 4 16. 1 1.23 16.08 .9 .96 .9 .91 .90 2. 2.7 2.75 .1 3.28
Los Angeles & Salt Lake N. R. Co.............. 16.0 1.9 1. 14 18.4 19 5.72 557. 555.7 1 1.01 1.70 .08 2.45
Loulisville Nashville N. R. Co. ................. 15.7 14.8 13.0 14.3 17.8 86.59 83.*' 102.90 107.)2 89.99 .53 .55 .72 .o0 .B7 1.67 1.69 1.78 2.30 3.05
2O 17.8 65.3 69 .o. .613 7 .1.0 1.9 1.75
inneapol s St. Louis R. A. Co............ ...*.. 15.8 1.4 0 1.7 1. 65. 30 67.07 5.6 .9 1.7 1 1.8 1 1.7 1 .o 2.06 2. 1
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie y. Co. 13.5 1.6 13.8 11.5 17.61. 1 71.91 1.75 1.99 1.70 1.67 1.87 P. 9 2.7
Mlseourl-Kaneame-Toeas R. Co. and Controlled
Oompo ....anlea ./ ... ................ .6 1.0 12.6 13.5 6.2 166.47 171.10 160.37 16).82 153.86 1.89 1.91 2.12 2.12 2.95
Uissouri Paolio R. R. Co. ........................ 1.1 1.0 13.2 13.8 17.4 113.55 129.04 131.47 116.24 125.68 1.21 1.36 1.1. 1.1a 1.42 2.07 1.92 2.57 2.80 3.O
Mobile A Ohio R. R. Co. .......................... 14.2 14.0 13.1 12.5 15.5 59.82 58.91 77.47 93.54 7b.23 1.28 .70 .50 .71 .99 1.72 1.80 1.60 1.87 2.71
Nashrille Chattanooga & St. Louis .............. 17.9 17.0 15.5 16.6 19.4 83.88 90.07 112.81 135.88 109.52 .82 .80 .89 01o 1.08 1.77 1.74 1.8 2.37 2.93
Neow York Centrsl R. R. Co.
(Inluding Boston Albany R. R. Co.) 4 ....... 7 22.3 21.8 22.8 26.7 50.61 50.55 9.72 I4.) '47.29 1.00 1.00 1.11 1.01 .95 2.92 2.80 2.e82 3.
New York, Chit go & St. Louis R. R. Co .......... .. 6 16.1 201.1 236.18 252.18 191.77 186.51 2.13 21. 2.9 2.19 1.98 2.1 190 1.8g 2.28
Nw York, Nw Haven artford R o. o.......... 3 .7 53.1 .51 .o6 1.56 31.06 .03 .3 .5 1. 1.2 1.25 2.72 2.87 3.0 3.2 3.
o tern Co ....................... : 15.7 14.2 14.6 .6 65.11 63.5 76.7 76.85 8. 1.1 110 1.37 19 1.51 1 2.07 2.6 1 .22
Nor ern Paolin y. Co. .......................... .2 1.2 1.2 15.8 18.6 217.04 207.9) 220.54 202.70 204. 1.63 1.73 1.: 1.78 12 1.65 1.67 1.94 2. 2.73
Oregon Bhort Line R. R. o. ....................... 1.4 14.4 15.6 1.6 17.1.4 159. 156.9 1 139.30 144.92 1.81 1.82 2.13 2.40 2.6
Oregonhlngton N. N. & Navigation Co. ........ 3 1. 1.5 13520924 207..6 208. 201.75 202.7 .81 1.8 .15 .7 2.6
Pennsylvani a system S...............:.......... 2 22.8 2-7 28.5 39.02 39.72 18.09 481 36.6 1.8 1.38 1.31 2.93 2.82 : 333
Pre Marquette y. 17.6 17.4 16. 15.8 18.9 118.76 119. 111.7 108.00 2.01 1. 1 2.6 2.93
Pittlsburgh & Lake Eris R. N. Co. .............9 20.6 18. 18.7 23. 2.81 2. 87 214.8 22,6 1.0 1.1 1.1 1 1.11 2.09 225 .9
fading o................................. 24.0 23 2 22.2 25. 153 1.27 1. 18.62 18.06 132 132 131 1.31 1.32 1.99 2.19 2.33 .1 2.91
St. Louls-san Franoliso r. Co. ................... 15.2 15.2 14.8 16.7 17.8 131.50 129.83 147.68 133.79 120.51 1.30 1.33 1.35 1.37 1.0 1.93 1.98 2.34 2.58 2.80
St. Louis Southwestern Iy. Co. and Affiliate
CoPanie .................................. 1 .3 9.4 10.6 11.0 6.96 63.34 93- 2.69 7565 1. 175 1.911 2.09 2.97
aboard Air ne Co.......................... 121 .1 1.1 130.11 127.9 15.5 175.7 1.0 .97 .9 10 1. 178 1.63 2.21 3.25
Southern By. Co,................................ 17.0 6.7 15.6 16.0 91.11 5.52 102.99 3 .3 .77 .77 1. 1.7 2.0 28 3.17
Southern Paoifio o ............................. 19.1 19.9 20.3 21.0 .5 .66 41.79 36.06 38.1 .26 2 .91 .90 .9 .9 1.68 1.7 1.97 2.17 2.35
Texa & Now Orilans R. R. 0o. .................... 14 .2 13.9 15.2 19.0 213.38 15.9 211.76 229.25 217.7 1.20 1.74 1.76 2.02 1.99 2.63
Saoo By. Co. ..................... .5 6.1 157 17.6 20.9 159.5 11. 5 159. 19.4 1.82 1.86 2.12 2.1 2 75
Union Paoifio R. Do .......................... 14.5 1 1. 1. 11 1.6 46. 37.1 1. .12
9:6. 1.69:1. 1 W. : 6: 2.-7 2-93
Virglnan y. o................................. 9.9 8.0 10. 22.86 19. 6.60 21 2.27 2.49 206 2. 2.
11.0 19.8 2..6 23 3 2.25 2.06 2.7 3 2.83
Wabash By. Co. ................................... 17.4 17.2 16.1 15.5 18.9 169.16 170.r,6 164.11 148.28 133.85 00 1.00 .98 1.2 1.08 1.11 2.14 1.97 2.12 2.22 2.58
Weisern Maryland By. o. ......................... 15.9 16.7 16.0 1 20.9 28.56 29. 28. 26.84 24.24 1.06 1.08 1.01 1.01 1.04 2.11 2.21 2. 2.056 2.91
We r solflo R. Co. .........................8.3 7.8 6.9 101 7 06. 5 356 372.15 7 2.20
WheelIng & Lake Lrrle Ry. Co ..................... 11.9 12. 12.1 1 19.1 5.68 8.19 51.8 .6 52.50 1.03 1.38 2.50 2.92 2.81 2.62 2.81
Railways having freight re venue in excess of $10 ,000,000 For ad,<onal related averages. see the "Cc.mparslve Statement of Operatlng Asvrages.
Averages bae5 d on returns th t lnolude the Texarkana & Ft. Smith iy. Co., the property of this company having been leased to the Ean"s 3C1ty Soulhern By. Co., effroote February 1, 1934.
Averages for 1932, 1933. 193, and 1935 based on combined returns of the MIUsourl-Kansas-Texas R. R. Co.; Missouri-Kanoae-Texas R. R. Co. of Texas; and Beaver, Heade & Enileaood R. R. Co. and average
for 1931 based on oomblr.ed returns of the Miasourl-Kansas-Texae R. R. Co. and ilssourt-Eans -Temr a R. R. o of Texas.
1/ Anragess based on returns tht Inolude the Ulet r & Delaware R. R. Co. the property of thi, oompany having been acquired y the New York Central R. R. Co., ffreotive February 1, 1932.
/ Inoludee Pennsylvania R. Co.; West Jersey & Seashore N. R. Co. from Jan. 1, 1931 %0 June 21, 1933); Pennsylvania & Atlantlo R. R. Co.; Rosalyn Conneoting R. R. Co.; Philadelphla Beacb
Raen R. R. Co.; Ohio River & Western Ry. Co.; and Waynesburg & Washington R. R. Co., exoept rnat 1932, 1933, 193. and 1935 omit returns for the Ohio River & Western .y. Co., whioh was abandoned.
i/ Average based on returns that include St. Louis Southwestern By. .o.; St. Louli Bouthwestern R). Co. of Texas; Dallas Terminal Ry. & Depot Co.; and Shreveport Bridge a Terminal Co.
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INTERSTATE COMMECE COMMIB ION
Bureau of statistics
OPERA UEOP ERAT IS A OPERATING EXPENSES, By CLASS OF SERVICE


FORMULAS TABLE V


----------------- m Source and Formula
Ites,______________ _--------------------- --------


Freight revanus:
Per freight gross ton-ile ..................................................................
Per loaded oar-.le .......................... *.............................................
Per net ton-Mile ........** ** *e** ****""" ""**""*................................. ....
Peracnt nonrevenue of total net ton-miles ............ .......................................
Net ton-mllea of revenue freight:
Per mule of road .........*...............................................................
Average haul .................................................... ....... "................
Freight expenses per freight gross ton-mile ................ ................................

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

Per freight gros ton- sile .......................................... .......................

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


right switching expenses per revenue ton arrived ........... ..................... ...............

Freight-train oar repairs:
Per oc-mile l..*..*... .................... *****************......................

Freight traffic expense per ton oarried .............................................

Ratio of switohing to orreeponding road train expenses (Selected aooounts):
Freight .....................................................................................


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


Passenger sernlee expenee per ar-mile ........................................................

Passenger service train revenue:
Per paesenger train oar-mlee ...............................................

Average journey per passenger .................................................................
Passenger revenue per paaesngesr-llse
Commutation .......................................... ... .. ..... ......
Other than ommntation ......................................................................


Annual report, Form A. Item 10, divided by item 92 on page 509. 1/
Annual report, Form A. Item 101, divided by the sum of Items 51 and 62, on pages 508 and 509.
Annual report, Form A. Item 188, on page 509.
Annual report, Form A. Item 89,d vided by item 90 on page 509.

Annual report, Form A. Item 122, on page 509.
Annual report, Form A. Item 181,on page 509.
Annual report, Form A. Sm of columns (o), (e), and a proportion of (g), on page 309,divided by
Item 92 on page 509. 1/

Sum of columns (), (e), and a proportion of (g), acoounts 392-402 inoluslve, on page 307 and 308,
divided by the sum of item 13 plus a proportion of item 15 on page 508 of annual report, Form A.
Annual report, Form A. SBu of columns (o), (e), and a proportion of (g), aooounts 392-402 Inolusive,
on pages 307 and 308 divided by Item 92 on page 509. 1/
Sum of oolumna (o), (e), and a proportion of (g), aooounta 308 and 311, on page 306, divided by the
sum of Items 24, 37, 38, and a proportion of item 32 baaedd on oar-mllea) and item l2 (baeed on the
ratio of freight expenses to total expenses) on page 508 of annual report, Form A. 3
Annual report, Form A. um of columns (o). (e), and a proportion of (g), aooounts 377-389 inclusive,
on page 307, divided by item 85 on page 509.

Annual report, Form A. Aooount 314 on page 306, divided by the sum of itema 53, 54, 62, 63, and 64,
on pages 508 and 509.
Annual report, Form A. Sm of columns (o), (e), end a proportion of (g), aonounts 351-359 inolusive,
on page 307, divided by Item 85 on page 509.

Annual report. Form A. Bur of columns (o), (e), and a proportion of (g), amounts 378. 380-388 in-
olusive, on page 301, divided by the sum of oolumna (o), (e), and a proportion of (g), aooounte
392-in1 inoluaive, on pages 307 and 308.
Annual report, Form A. Sum o o olumn (a), (f), and proportion of (g), aooount 378 380-388 tn-
oluaele, on page 307, divided by the sum of column (d), (f), and a proportion of (g:, acounti
392-401 In ouslve, on pages 307 end 308.
Annual report, Form A. Sum of oolumne (d), ), anda proportion of (g), on page 309, divided by
the sum of Iteme 61, 66, 67, 68, and 69, on pages 508 and 509.

Annual report, Form A. Item 105, divided by the sum of Items 61, 66, 67, 68, and 69, on pagee
508 and 509.
Annual report, Form A. Item 186, on page 509.

Aninal report Fom A. Item 193,on page 509.
Annual report Form A. Item 194,on page 509.


For years prior to 1934, item 9. column (d) of Form O0-A was used as the divisor.
For years prior to 1933, item 3. oolumn (d) of Form 08-A was used as the divisor.
For years prior to 1933, the sum of item 6. oolumn (a), Form 08-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 annual
report, Foam A, was used as Lne divisor.








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