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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


OPERATING REVENUES AND) OPERATING EXPENSES BY CLASS OF SERVICS-
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS IN THE UNITED STATES

YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1936:
(52 PAGES)

WASHINGTON, D. C..







STATEMENT No. 3,715 0
(TENTH IN THE SERIES)
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CI~LY L AIALTCHISO
JosEP i FASTMAN
FRANK WNAMY
CLAUDE PTER
WILLIAM
HUGH M.
CHARLES D FE
WALTER M. N
MARION M. 45M
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Fwrsh by the Suprinw-,dent Of Dcm~ents. Washingto, D, C -- g t






INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
Bureau of Statistics


37150


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES, BY CLASS OF SERVICE,
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1936


INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT


In the Statistics of Railways from 1916 to 1926, a statement appeared annually showing the amount of each primary expense ac-
count chargeable to the freight service and the amount chargeable to passenger and allied services. To make this information available
before the Statistics of Railways appears, it was decided, beginning with the year 1927, to publish this statement separately, and to
omit it from the Statistics of Railways. The totals are subdivided by operating regions as well as by districts. Some related data are
also included in the present publication as in the other issues in this series.
In Tables I and I-A, the assignment of revenues to freight service and to passenger and allied services Is 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.
In Tables II and II-A, the division of expenses between freight service and passenger and allied services Is as reported by car-
riers under the revised rules prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission effective January 1, 1936.
Small amounts of revenue and o/penses reported as "not related to pit'ir freight service or passenger and allied service", for
years prior to 1936, were apportioned between the two services on the basis of the totals for the assigned and apportioned" revenues and
expenses respectively. For 1936 such amounts have been left undivided to the extent shown In the footnote below. The rules do not provide
for dividing between freight and passenger and allied services the expense of nonrevenue haulage performed by one service for the benefit of
the other, as when freight trains haul coal to b' burned by passenger locomotives.
In Table V will be found a review of selected average revenues and expenses for the years 1932 to 1936.
The following table shows for Class I steam railways as a whole the total revenues, expenses, and net revenues before taxes and
rents, and also the operating ratio, for the freight and passenger service separately, from 1925 to 1936.


Year, district,
and region


1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
193b


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


Revenues


q4,695.569,o43
4,903,043,908
4,790,722,952
4,836.236,914
4,979,412,802
4,214,313,386
3,359,752,917
2,531.916,515
2,575,650,0 04
2,72 ,098,747
2,894,366,bl5
3, o44,917,233


Freight service


Expenses


Net
revenues


Oper-
ating
ratin


Passenger and allied services


Revenues


Expenses


F F I- C F


S3 5,073,837
3,b0,539,275
3,367,341,423
3.258.520,271
3,334,103,188
2.851,067,733
2,305,358,533
1, 695,702,051
1,618,119,876
1,768,765,897
1,873,771,629
2,171,315,564


91,350,495,2o06
1,502,504,633
1,423,381,529
1,577,71o,43
1,65,309,61
1,363 ,24,b53
1,o05,394,38
836,214,464
957,530,208
95o,332,850
1,020,594,98o
1,233,601,669


71.24
b9.72
70.29
b7.38
6bo.9b
67.65
68.62
6b.97
b2.82
64.91
64.74
63.77


$1,426,940,813
1,419,895,638
1,345,577,31s
1,275,498,597
1,300,107,742
1,o66,883,484
828,5 0,327
594,8%3,639
519,753,820
546,4o8,075
557,562,796
o27,688,o72


$1,191,806,454
1,208,797,461
1,206,836,398
1,169,474,765
1,171,953,074
1,079,860,954
918,216,083
707,742,844
b31,111,903
673,056,870
718, 69,790
749,450,897


The corresponding figures by districts, wlti subdivision of Southern district, are given below for the year 1936. j/


Eastern district .....
Pocahontas region ....
Southern region ......
Southern district ....
Western district .....


1,453,503,878
2 2,644,330
422,274,539
6o4,918,6i6
1,286,494,686


943,992,157
114,135,08
276,071,542
390,206,580
837,116,827


509,511,721
128,509,292
146,202,797
274,712,089
449,377,859


64.95
47.04 N
oS.}$
58.68
65.07


327,352,403
12,999,623
77,33 6,527
90,33b,150
210,000,119


347,911,oo7
19, 646,870
95,145,026
114,791,898
286,747.332


d 00.i9.264
d b,2 ,47 0 1
d 17 808501
d 24 455:749
d 76.747.2L3


Washington, July 14, 1937.


d Deficit or other reverse item.
I/ Excludes $20,128,234 unassignable operating revenues and $10,658,595 unassignable operating expenses.


lOb.26
151.13
123.03
127.07
136.55


MEN


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









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMOSSIM 5
Bureau of Statlstico

srArfOEIT OF OPERATING REVERIES AND EXPEINSLS BY CLASS OF SERVICE CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS
iINCLuDING SWITCHINGO AND TERMINAL CC'MPANIE) FOR THE YEAR EDED DECEMBER 31, 1956


INDEX


5
37150


TABLE I Summary of Primary Operating Revenue Accounts of Class I Steam Railways for Each Class of Service, by Distria and Regions .................................... Pages 6 and 7
TABLE I-A. Suary of Pritmary Operating Revenue Accounte of Class I Switchir.3 and Terminal Compania for Each Class of Bervice, by Ditriotse and Reglons .................. Pages 8 and 9
TABLE II. Summary of Primary Operating EJper.se Aocournti of Clase I Steam Railways for Eaoh Class of Service, Dy DistrLota and Regions .................................... Pages 10 to 21
TABLE TT-A. Summary of Primary Operating Expense Accounte or Clee I Switonlrg and Terminal Companies for Eaoh Class of Service, by Dietrlots and Reglona .................. Pages 22 to 3
fABLE III. Summary of Operating Revenues ard Operating Erpensee by Class of Service. with Operating Ratios, of Individual Class I Steam Railways .......................... Pages 54 to 37
TABLE iv. Sumary of Selected OperatiLng StaletioL Relating to Freight and Passenger Servioes of Individual Class I Steam Railways ....................................... Pae 8 to 41
TABLE V. Unit Revenues, UnitL Coat6, anl Related Averageo, by Dist.riots nd Regions, and for Selected Class I Steam Railways or Systems .................................. Pes 42 to 52


Name of Road or Syste. Page Name of Road or System ame oa or Sygtem

Akron, Canton & Youngetown Ry. Co. ..........................................5, 39 Florida East Co&at Hy. Co. .............................................. 55, 9 Hew York, Chicago A St. Loals R. R. Co. .................. 31, 35., 43. 145. 47. 1
Aam Grea oh .R Co Fort S.a western Ry. Co. .................................... .... 37, 1 ew Yor onnect.ng R. R. Co ...................................... ....... ..
nn Arbor R. Coa ......................................................... Fort Worth & Deo rande Ry. Co. ........................................... 37, 40 Hew York, Ontario H Western R. Co........................................,
AtAhison. Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. Frisoo Lines ................................................................. )7, 4'1 New York, Susquehanna S Western R. R. Co.
and Affiliated Companies .............................. 36 40, .2. 44, 46. 4, .50 I Tna. Wilkee-Barre & Eastern R. R. Co.) ................................... ,
Atlanta A West Point H. R. Co. ..............................................35. .9 Georgia 4 Florida R. R. lnol. Stateanoro Nortrern y.) ...................... 35, 39 Norfolk A Western Ry. Co. ..........................:353....... 9, 43, 45. 47:9,
Atlant, B ng Coast R. R. Co .................................... ...... 9 eorgi R. R., Lasesee Organiatior ........................ ... ............................. 5 oro outherr C ......................... .................... 36, 0
Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Co......................... 55, 39. 2, 46, 4 50 Georgia Soutnern A Florida Ry. Co..................................... 36, 40 Northern Alabama Ry. Co. ...................................................., 40
Atlantile Coast Line System ................................................. V., 39 Grand Trunk wbeterr, R. R. Co. Ilortnern Pacific Ry. Co. ................................. 36, 40, 43, 5, 47 9, 51
(Inol. Muakegnn Ry. & lavtgatlor, Co.) .................. 34, 42, 44, 46, 4, 50 Nortoweetern PaOrf.i R. R. Co. ............................................ 37, 41
Bailmore a Ohio R. R. Co. ............................... 35, 19, 4-. 6, 4q, 46 0 Great Northern Ry. Co .....................................36. ta. ha -:, 43 1
Blmore & Ohio System ............................................35 6 19 Green bay Western R. o .......................................... ......... 6, 0 1abom Cty-Ad-Atoka Ry. Co ......................................... ....37, 1
Bangor & ArooeLook R. R. Co. ................................................ 3', '8 Gulf & Snip Island R. R. Co. .................................. .............. 35. 39 Panhandlae Santa Fe Ry. Co.
Beaumont, Sour Lake & Weetert Ry. Co. ................................... .. 7. 1 Gulf, Colorado A Santa Fe Ry. Co. fIncluded In Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
Bessemer I Lake Erie P. R. Co. .......................... 5., 39, '2, 4h4, 46,. 50 (Included in Atohl on, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. Ry. Co. and Affiliated Compantea) .............................. ....... )6, 40
Boeton aine R. ................................... ... 3 2. 4', '6, and Affiliated CompanteeJ ................................................. 36, 4 Pennsylvania R. H. Co............................................. 35, 39
Burlington-Rook Island R. H. Co. ........................................... 7. l7, Gulf, Mobile & Northern R. R. Co. ............................................. 35. 39 Penneylvanla-Reading Seashore Line.... .............................. ..... 39
Burington Route .......... ... .................. 56......... 0 ...... 6. 40 Pennsylvania System ...................................... 35,. 39, 3, 45, 7, 9
llllnote Central R. R. Co. ................................................... 35. 39 Pere Marquette Ry. Co. .................................... 3, B, ) 47, 49 51
Vambria & Indiana R. R. Co .................................................. 34, 38 Illinote Cenrtrse R. '. o. Pittlburg & Lake Erie R. R. Co. ............................ 35, 4., 45, 47, 4. 51
:anadlan Nalion&l Lines In NOW England ...................................... 3. Ilr I. Yazoo & Misa. Valley R. R. Co.) ........................ 43, 5, 9, 51 Pit ur & Shawut o........................ 34, 3
:anadlan Naetonal system ........................................... Z Illinis Central System.....................................................35, 9 Pttbur & Virginia Ry. Co.................................................. .. 54, 36
Canadan Pacific Line In Vermon ........................................... 3 Ilno Teminal o. ........................................................ 35, 39 Pi brg t orinr R. Co................................. 34, 3
34 ....................................39 Pittsburg, &S eaw t A i r ns R. R.-o..... .......................................... 3 8
anadian Pacifio System ............................................. 3'., 6, ', 4 Internatlonsl-Greatl Northern R. R. Co. ................... 37, 41, 43, '5 519 ie a Co ...... ......................................3 .7 5
Central of Georgia Ry. Co............................... 35, 39, V, 1.4 50 international Ry. Co. of Maine ............................................... 1 3S Re in Co ............................................... 35, 39, 43. 45., 7. 4,
Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ......................... .35 39, o2 4, 4, 4Z, 5 0 Reading System ............................................................... 35, 39
Central Vermont ry .. o. ............ ...:............................ .....3 L Kansa City Soutnert, Ry. Co. ..............................37, 4.1, 43, 45, 47, 4951 R imond, Frederikbur A Potoma R. Co. C o...................................:: 3
Charleston & Western Carolina R. Co. .......................................... 5, 9 a Oklahoa Gulf R. Co. ................................... ........37, 1 Rook Island System ....... .......................... .... .. .9. .
Chesapeake Ohio y. C. ... ......................... 35 42, 4a, 46, ln Rutland 1. R. Co. ........................................................ ...3. 3, 3
Chicago A Eastern Illnois o....................... 3 39, 4, 6, 50 Lake Superior Ishpemig Co. .......................................... 36, 40 St Lou, Brownsville A Mexo By. Co....................................... 17
Chloago Erie R. t. Lehigh & Hudslon River Ry. Co. ................................. .............. 4, 3 Ln le & oo R. ..................................... 37,
(Included in Erie R. R. Go.) ................................................ 34, 3 Lehigh & Nlew England R. 1. C.................. 8 a St.o Lout. t n Stan ooo l. o ............... .............3. ... ... 7 1
Chloago a North Western By. Co.......................... .36, 0, 2, hi, ', Long Iland R. R. CO..................................... .5. 5 y, .45, ,47 49, 51 St Lou Southwestern Ry. Co. of Tens
Chloago & orl Western Syste .... C .......................................... 1, Louielea & Arlst s R. Co. ............................................. 17, (nolSea o *I. Loui ouT e Co. and........
Chloago, Burllgtor I. A uoy 14. 14. Co................ .6. '0, 4a, 4., 46, 4g, 50 Louisiana, t Pansas & Tenas Bt. Co.. .......................................... 1 A Ctirldeadi .Lo S outhwee s......B... ........ad....... 3 41
Chicago Great o Western R Co .......................... 36, .0, 42, 4L, Lout lle 3 LlehrA l R. R.Co. .......................... 35, 39, 43 15, 17e r, 51 f sats CoaP niLe)...................................................... 7, 3 1
Chiago, Indanapoi i Loula le y. Co. ........... 3, 3 4, 44, 4 Sabo Ai Lne Ry. Co .........I n ....... .................................... ...... )6, 0, 4, 4 51
Choiago, ina, kw Blt. Paul A a Pacifo R. Co. o.......... 36, 4O, 4 2, .44, 6 i olne Central R. R. Co. ................................. ...14 8 .5 5.17, 7'. I. 5 b S routdhen i n a Ty Co...... ............................ 36, 4 0. 43. 5, 7, 51
Chicago, NRok lland ulf By. Co. .........................................36, LMidland Valley1 r R. o. ....................................... .......... .... 37. 1 t en yte .......................................................... .. 6, 40
Chicago ok Islan g n Paol fo By. Coy. .................... ..................... 36, Liouieapl kan St. LouTexas f. Co. ..................................... 3 45 1, 4 ( d 3a 37, 41, 43, e5, 47, 9 51
C...o..go. Rookisianlde P Nnash l R. R. G. fiouthern Paotflo C yo o es............................................... 7, ,
Chiago, l. Pal ,i aleo po. io A Omat By. Co..) ...........34..., 4, 4, 46 M, is50 i ppI C central Ro. R. Co........................................... ..... .36 40 Sboka ne Int rai.onl Co. ............................ ..::::::::...36, 40
Chicago, Pau, nneao & l h. R. C ................. 6, 2, s, 46, 48 0 Miseourl a Arknea R. C. .................................................. 37 1 Spokane Portland Seattle R. Co..................... and Ailiated Copaee ................. 6, 40
Clnofel R. Co ...................... o le R. R. Co ................................. 35, 9 M ourl-an -Te Uth y. Co.
Colorado Southern y. Co. ............ ....................................., Conrolle Compnes ................................... 7, 3, 45, 47,49,51 e Central y. Co.................................................. ,
Dolusho Bou?.he & liorn er 93 o..............o / / ,nash3iloe, iobapl anLeo R., R., G, ,T e e '.o ..................... ....southern Pi, 0.

Columbue A ren Plle By. Co. ................................................3 5, 39 Meou.rl-EansaB-Ten a R., R. Co. of x TeTae n Newn Orleane R. R. Co. ............................ 37, 41, 3, 4537,
Included In Mseaoriir-Fansas-Texae 1. R. Co. Texas & Paoflo Ry. Co................................... 37. 41, 13, 45, 17, 49, 51
D nola.ar a Hudson R. Corprat& ion ....................... 3, 38, .6, 18, 50e and Controlled Co..anlee ................................................ ... 7 Toledlo, n Peoria &Y. Co. ........................................... .....* .. 1
Delaware, Laokaiwanna A Western R. R. Co................. 53, 38, 42, h, 46, 4.8,550CMissouri1Paciflo 14.
Denver A Rio Grands Western R. R. Co..................... 36, 40, ha, 4, 46, 48, 50 Mtisouri Paolflo System .............................................. S, f7, *i
Center A Salt Lake By. Co. ......................................... ... .... 36, M Akobile Ohio R. H. Co. ................................... 3aoii o 11. 13, C .. ............ ......................7... 373 4,
Deroi knac Ry. Co.R. R. C. ................................................3, 38 o........................................e...... 3 t n R a ................** ********** *
Detrolit Toledo abore Line 1R. Co........................................ .43, 38 Montour R. R.1 Co............................................................ 34, 38 V an By. o.. ........................................ 35. 39. 13, 45 49. 51
Detrol, Toledo A Irontn R. R. ........................................ 5. 35, 3939
DOnuluh, Missabe A northern RB. CoW ...................... 6 4, hatanooga St. oua By. ....................35, 39, 43, 45, 147, 49, 51 Waahl Ry. Co. ............................. 3 1, 38, 13, 45, 47, 49, 51
Duluth, South Shore Atlantic y Co.......................................36, 40 National y of exos t ..............................exo....................................................'............................ 34,
Duluth, Winnipeg A Pacific Ry. Co. Hevada Northern ry. 0o ........................C5 We........r....l...........a....... weBye. ari & Ry. Co ................................... ,5, 1.3, 45, 47. 1,
(Inol. Duluth, Rainy Lake Wnnlpeg By. Co.) ............................. 36, 4o Hew Hanven System............................................................. ..., 3 Weters Paolo r R. Co ............................... 37, 41, 3, 45, 147 49, 5
NewwJersey AuNewnYork.14.r14,aCo.................................................34,ontrWesternoBy.iof A.abama.......................................................
E1lgn. Jollet A Wetern y. Co.......................... 35, 39, 2, 74, 6, 14, 50 New Orleans A Northeasern R. 1. Co ............................... ............3 eeling Lake Erie f. Co.............................. .35, 39, 45, 47, 4,51
Erie a. R. Co. New Orleans, Tes & Mexoo y. o .......................................... Whta Fall Southern R. R. Co. ........................................******..** 37.
(Inol. Chicago & ErLe R. R. Co.) ...................... )4, 3, 4, 4, 6, 50 New York Central Linee ............... ..........., W ails........ ...... ... ..... ., 34 ;t ....... .. *.. 5. 37.
Erne Syetem ................................................................. 3', 38 New ork Central R. R. Co................................ .3, 5, 3, 45, 4l, 51 Yazoo A Mie.les.ppi Valley R. R. Co ...........................................5, 39







6 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
37150
BUREAU OF STATIST 'rICS

TABLE I-81UMMARY OF IRIM i Y OPERATENU REV.ENL E- '! OUNTS OF I L.9SS I STE-M RA\fLWA18 FOR EACH CLABS OF SERVICE.
fis DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR TUL YIAR ENt[ED DEC EMBER L1. 1986

Total for districts _____stern dietriot
All districts Eastern district Southern district Western district laew England region reCat Lakes regLon
Account AssIgnable n Aselgable AssIn gnat ble frbl. I nhale I..ve. sinee
Asst nal %P ble tto passenger Ao passengeerAsignab o ee to I IeaiI I lmilgh
to efretgbtoand &ald to frnnable to pasener AssIsble seslabl
o frei gh, led "to Endi__ &s to freight o 'e snIs to freight aInd! S allied to freight an alSLI


I. TRANSPORTATION RAIL LINE
Freight ... ..............................
Passenger ..................................
Exaces basgage ............................
Sleeping car ............. ..................
Parlor and hlair oa .......................
Mail .......................................
Express ..................................*.
Other passengsr-train ......................

Passenger service train revenue ..........
wi thing ..................................
Water trsneferm-Prelgih ...................
Water transfers-Passenger .................
Water treserse-Vhleclea and live took .
Wets' Lransfars-OLher .....................
Total rail-line transportation revenue.
II. TRANSPORTATION WATMR LINE
Freight ....................................
Passenger ... ........ ........ .... ... .....
Exoess baggage .............................
Other passenger service ....................
Mail .......................................
Express ....................................
Speolal service ............................
Other ......... ...........................
Total water-line transportation revenue
III. INCIDITAL
Dining and buffet ..........................
HoLel and restaurant .......................
Station, train, and boat privileges ........
Pariael roo .................................
Storage--reibgh ...........................
Storego-Baggageo ...........................
Demurra e ..................................
Telegraph and telephone ....................
rain elevator .............................
Stockyard .....................................
Pover ......................................
Rents of buildings and other property ......
Miscellaneous ...........................
Total lnoldental operating revenues ...
IT. JO1N! PADILITI
Joint faillty--Or. ........................
Joint fa ll ty-Dr. ........................
Total Joint facility operating revenue.
Nailway operating revenues asslgnabley


$).302.42d.982,
1).2,24





-5d,669


8465, 447
LI1,841,690
1,434,973
727, b51
95, '.,4 820
o, Ll. ,9nb
i2.2 5,912


(l,4j4,320,82
11,831





3'., 31


$207,472
232.363.u70
3.1, 324
133,177

36,b20,641
24. 90).3o36
35.1?M22
9: 521:- 33


3650,265.919
195,293


163,N45
55,132,4<4
228,560
14,359
5e,93Z
1b,619,175
12.171,690
1,115.165
4te2,3-94.


$1,247,842,2413
95.119




31
?98


662,901
375.385

42,155,004
23,115, 371
3:745,176
2.246.785


$107,544.262
1.825


5.980


.,457
4,491,538
3.165,274
799,923
2 C52.952


$624,543,732
8,113





201,027


5181,945
86!211,911
264,192


15,315,155
11,525,509
1:096,516
5, 78,3Ei4


o4u.543 590,571,oir 09,8.&-2 907,342,915 195,33 Sbi:.a3,392 95. 4,' 197,lb5.300 1383700 44,970,335 209.140 120,.52,183

5,7,424,634 13),247 25.;.u4 5 95, 33 6,887,255 9,11C 2i,200. i3 314,799 1,359,813 4,931 12,109,296 52.549
7,1 *5.44 1*.55 1.330 17,661 4.3,720
1.312.230 i.1a.10 i4.- 11,860 64,523
C'-, <24 ;.uC 8,"4 2,4 21.900 2,23,155
647.014 41.i,3o 614..ol 40,174 162,3 1,222 5,.ll -u 115,900 29,390
3,.)b4,5c',,315 592.529.927 1,434,50,710 0l4,564.709 57.55,3.3.5 6.,51,j29 1.27?,196,260 197.413. 29 109,Ob0.436 44,979,246 b)9.45,943 121,710,590













20,52,908 ,1o9,811 3,03'7,499 ,321,59 1,028,043 3.u8,279
165!,2 1,502,04 23,006 447,815 91.202 1'0,a92 351,172 1,23,335 S.17t 265,67 31,666
1,73- ,39,4 44 2.515,o09 11a 30t,297 559 524,95 391.918 74 B3,06
M ,29 321241 3,531 15.857 9.5 9
.- 1365 39.o56 .


140,085 60,792 12,75 66,505 6.255 24,856
S,7 ;.216 .,130,487 815,4Wj 1,929,321 '401,436 1',7880 -.
125,44) 55,0o5 1.i161 24.64b 12,175 822 97,093 32,397 412 755 15,001 24,070
55 ,17? 506,434 28,7 Bb,510 b26,444
56,.984 8,621 5.,447 552.916 -
62,14a '19,126 a,893 093.640 4-.b6 ,o62 9,592 18, 82 6,809 688,608 44 d ,2. 7
3.b6,o08 3.47,989 2,66,0'o7 2,So4 915 3., 1 8.161 590,792 518,911 11l,15, 312.85b 975.908 1445,062
21,183,432 1,5b8,746 9.436.b39 760,995 4,128,560 17,528 7,618,503 670,2e3 915,966 84.299 3.768,212 427,918

35,593.,719 32,14,447 18,235,744 16,862.667 5.870,479 3.743,182 11,487,496 11,542,638 1,94-,001 3,818,064 7.249,894 6,731.084


5,946.181 4,17b,117 1,079,847 2,L45,924 1,7145,412 6)3,000 ,122,922 1,667.193 129,139 831,510 201,578 617,614
1,604,982 1,165,859 b2,423 520,897 250,507 21.961 1,311,992 623.,001 9.959 5.958 48,884 489,126

I4,343,199 3,010,258 1,017,424 1,625,027 1.514,84" 5 341,0l 9 1,810,930 1,044,192 119,180 825.552 1&2,694 128.488


3,404.917,233


o?7,b88,672


1,453.503,878


327,352,403


b64,918,6ib9


90, 3b.150


1,28b,494,686


210,000.119


111,122,17


4A.622,862


646,817,531


128,570,162


d Deficit or other reverse itea.
y Excludes unaselgnable operating revenues ae follows: All districts $20.128,24:; Eastern district $6,801,900; Southern diatriot 51,330,342; *astern d.itriot $11,995.992; New England region 612,821;
Greet Laess region $2 665,41b; Central Eastern region 63,523,66)i Pocshontas region $63,666| Southern region $1,293,676; lortheweetern region $1,051,466; Central western region 10,547,340,
Southwestern region 1397,186.








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BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE I-SU'MMARY OF PRJMARYI OPERArINl REVEN'I, ACCOUsTSq OF CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND RIGIONs. FOR rHE ,AR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1936 -Cuotinued


T -


Eastern district


Southern district,


Assignable
to freight


_______________________ -r


Assignable
to freight


Western adi tiot


Central Eastr, rso Ponahnntas region southern relon I Northwestn region I cental Western region Southetern reon


8672,142.a29
1.893
sg



-


to passenger
and allied


Asoignable
to freigt


to passenger
and allied


Asseeignable
to freight


to passenger
And allied


183as,416,639
92,872




l-j


to palsenger
and allied


AsEignable
to freight
6589691,55


$589,694,558
2,061





31


to pasMenger
and allied


ri and allied


8269,731,043
183


11erv es I Meryl.. 1 ew 8 1 serve on a


I. TRANSPORTATION NAIL LINE

Freight ...................................
Passenger .................................
Exces beege......................****************
Sleeping ar ..............................
Parlor and fair ar v ......................
ael tn-......................................
Express ...................................
Other pass nger-trel. .....................
u Ix ..o ... .......... ......................
Passenger ervic......e tra.......... reve.....nue...........
eSithins ..................................
Water transfer-r...ght......................
Dsner trans fre-Pasongo r ..................
Water transfers-TYhloles and live took ..
WaLter anfd res-Oer ......................
Total raiontl-line transportation revenue ..
IX. TRANSPORTATION WATER LINE
reght roo.... ...............................
Passenger -- ....r.. ...........................
Excess baggage ...........................
Other passenger servtc...................
M ail ......... ......... .............. .....
Express ..................................
Special servc e...........................
Other .....................................
Total oater-lln trneportatones .revenue
I. NJOZI FACILIT

Dint and buffet. ........................
Hotel and reltarant .......................
tatin, troperain, and boat prvieleg ble ....
Paroel roos ..............................
Storage-Freight ..........................
Storege-Baggage ..........................
Demurrage .................................
Telegraph mad telephone ...................
Grain elevator ............................
Stooka ard .................................
Power .....................................
Rents of buildings and other property ....
Misoellansous .............................
Total tnoldental operating revenues .....
IT. JOIST FACILITY
Joint faclity-Or. .......................
Joint facllity-Or. .......................
Total Joint facility operating revenue ..
Railway operating revenues amaignable3/..


823, 47
111,78b. 23
225,.272
5,914
58,207

16,813,91.
10,2065.95
1,300,663
1,593. 1


9238,08s,767


37.4888,363
28,849
3,224

1.49,529
oB,292


6412,151,152
195.293


1163,645
47,28 .121
19 .711
55.708
13.945,376
10, 731,1ol
1,036,209
1416,102


$88,593
51,876,987
116.8 d
369,831
219,"69
12,018,440
6,715,096
533,253
1,008, 191


65.737
73,081,367
U55.59
612
271,721
21,959,105
11,937,088
2,783,678
w1*8,58


19, 387,75
90, u9


U2. 0,59
42:17,
Rusg,


L.9P2 L141.9,0.397 12,380,115 L15,293 73.83.,277 93,166 52.857.711 2,095 111,427,912 157 32,879,677
11,87,.939 35.858 1,479.52L 359 5, 07,731 6,716 9,188,351 1,918 9,270,725 10,142 6,7.1,255 22,739
84,103 195. -* 1,330
114,287 l559 1 118,60 -
s15.3 7 2,132 21,900 .
555,161 10,7Zt 155.797 222 7,1l5 1,000o 35.011 .
685.735.331 142.174,873 239.742,024 12.-95,290 U17,791,321 73.856,b39 397,733.167 52,948,222 598.990,608 111,562,651 276,1l72,485 32.902,L16






-.
-.





4,3335, 9 358.685 2,678,1.1 1,897,352 5.082.669 1,311,577
1.,217 150,478 91,202 120,892 255 2U9 296,610 95,923 723,97- 212,749
1,213.5 1LS 20,114 286,153 21 236,928 864 247,70 126 110,355
18.41 7,700 28,831 51.987 75,20 g;66
623.541 50,485 343,469 145,492 104,601 87,55 -
29,681 1.072 11,716 i14,651 40,315 5.539
1,940,970 252,125 562,983 783,646 726,453 419,222 -
4,O 21 l,697;, 366 3,678 456 60,0O0 30,911 4,975 359 31,318 1,127

8,621 5,46 1 64.5 384,761 10,20
36 12.259 36,061 6,38 9602 277 6,157 9592 12,667
1,29,5015 1,106.997 1"5008 23,86 203,901' 60,317 195,592 207.666 130,980 185,061 264,220 146,184
4.752,191 248,778 2,245.231 80,370 1,8,3.329 57,158 5,525.598 220,691 1,560,253 263,431 532,652 186,101
9,0 2,849 7,313.519 2,754.217 495,5b8 3.116,262 3,24.614 7,031,133 2,956,796 3,008,810 6,630,877 1,447,553 1,954.,965


749,130 696.8oo 155,298 112,837 1,590,114 250,563 421,669 619.576 2,290,720 728,105 410,533 319,512
3,580 25,813 7,209 6,672 223.358 15.289 65,545 24, 350 1,233.256 367,015 13,191 11,556
745,550 670,987 148,089 105.765 1,366,756 235.274 356,124 375,146 1,057,461 361,090o 397.342 307.956


695,523,730


150,159,379


242,64.,330


12,999.623


422,274,339


77,336,527


405,120,424


56,280,164


603,056,8882


11a.554.615


278,317,380


35.165,337


Acocunt


7
37150


4 Deficit or other reverse Item.
L/ See page 6, note 1.







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"l" BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE I-A--4rTMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING REVENUE %i COUNTS OF CLASS I 6i,(rCHING AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
B DIIISIRICTI .AND RLGIUINS FOR TUE )EAR ENDED DECEMBER .i 1936

Totals for districts Eastern dietriot

All aistriote Eastern distrlot Southern district Seatern district New England region Great Laken region
Account A albeie Assignabl 1 sIgnabanble AigenabolLee Tiive e Ssielbn
asignabi to passenger Assignable passer Asgnable t assenger Assignable to pager AsInbi to pasenge A4 ble to passenger
to freight ando aller f riag anSe Igh rth end silteR to ffrelgti and allied 9, d n tolfeihd t Iea allie
service 1, 1.; servo ice .ELuh. sec -a0r0lo21 erv rlo us-u cslogos I I ervTose


I. TRANSPORTATION RAIL LINE
Freight ..................***...********......**...
Passenger ...........*.....***............
Exoeas baggage ....................**.....*
Sleeping car ...............................
Parlor and chair ar .......................
Mail ........ ......... ................. ..
Express ........... .................... ...
Other passenger-train ..................-
Milk .......................................
Pasenlger service train revenue ..........
Switching ..................................
ter transfers-Freigh ............****....********
eter transfers-Passeenger ................
Water transfere--Vehicles and live took ...
Water transfere--Other ..................***
Total rail-line transportation revenue ...
II. TRANSPORTATION WATER LINE
right ....................................
Pasnger ......... .......................*,..
Exoses baggage ............................
Other psenger. aarric ....................
Mall an .............et ..........................
oeprssl ....................................
Bpeoral e--ervice ...........................

Totel atp r- elephone .....rportao ...............
III. INCIDENTAL
Dining and buffet ............................
Moeal and r. taura..........................
ReStation, train and bth er properyge ......
Parcel neoom ............................
Totrag-l enreight ...........................
torageno-Baggagelr.........................
Demirrage ..................................
Telegraph and teilphone......... ....
Grain elevator r. .......................
Stookyard ..................................
Power ................................
Rents of buildings and other property.
Miseollanaous ..............................
Total Inotlental operating revenues .....
IV. JOINT FACILITY!
Joint facllity--Cr. ...........
Joint faolity-Dr. ........................
Total Joint facility operating revenue ...
Railway operating revenues asmlgnable L..


'1' icli A~n


sp [gas cy


r,-9- -=----- -=_




6,724 6,724 -
300 300 -

29,4-33 29,d3 --

53,120,672 215,725 56,567,689 $1,519,321 45 15,233,662 215,20 $14,037,943


.-.---

55,315,331 245,208 38,762,348 29,483 1,319,352 45 15,235,662 215,280 14,037,943














39,291 39,291 -
91 623,490 436,807 3,341 91 183,34 137,0?1 $20,106
212,065 156,405 55,660 3o,021 -

7,662 3,882 3,313 467 22
25,868 19,822 111 5,935 3,675 1,792
597,463 49,557 3,855 104,051 116,656


10,06 108,806 108,806
S 26, 1 6,971 2,9- 7
274,541 993, -K,309 904.387 8,366 7,069 219,866 a1,687 286,769 1,475 238,924
1,001,955 129,465 155,102 74,933 32,020 1,789 814,833 52, 36.8 49.951 359
1,990,518 2,050,296 803,656 1,658,616 47,554 12,310 1,139,308 379,370 421,235 276,910 261,181


9,282 9 282 ,34 -
723,032 1,964,895 1,635 1,582,217 3,359 721.594 379319 421,235 1,63 26111
d 713.750 1.,964,89r 7,644 158221 a 35721.94 79.319 3d 421.235 7,096 ,ft]1.


56,592,099


330,609 39,.73,648


105,882


9.396


S I I L J ______ j, ______ a. L


-, Great Lasec region 3,375;


d Deficit or other reverse item.
I/ Excludes unseiBgnable operating revenueB as follows: All districts $571 951, Eastern district $205,006; Southern district 6583; Western district $366,362; liew Englano region
Central Eastern region 6201,631; Pocanontes region -i Soutrern region &583, Northwestern region -; Central Western region -; Southwestern region 8560,362.


215.531


15.b51,576


1 .521.969











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BUREAU OF STATISTiCS

TABLE I-A-S' iIR, 1fl[ PRIMARY (I'ER.TrNtG III L'U NE .\i CO'I.Is OF CLASS i S"ITrcIit:Gi AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
B1 I'lI-RIlTS AND kLutih %s, IHR THE "1AR ENDLD DECEMBER 31. 1936 --Cont.nued

Eastern district Soucrern district Western district
Central Eastern region Pooahontas region Southern region ort.hweetern region Oent.ral Western region Southwestern region
Account Aneignabie i Assignable Assignable Asaipble
Aseignable to passenger Assignable to passenger Assignable to passenger Assignable to passenger Assignable to P ner Assignable to passenger
to freight, and allied to freight and allied to freight and allied to freliht and sLlted to freight and aled to freight and lmld
se mioe services se rvi es service services service services erloe servinoe e sr vi r el

I. TRANSPORTATION RAIL LINE
Freight .........................................* ,194,65. 2
Passenger .......................................****** '
%,see baggage, ..................................
Sleeping oar ....................................
Parlor and chair oar ............................
mail .................................. ..........****
Express ......................................- 6,724 .
Other passenger-train ........................... 300 -
Milk ........................................... -

Passenger service train revenue ............... 2.* -
Switchin ....................................... 22,529,746 $1.519,321 5-5 4,950.444 1,14, 701 69.098.517 215,Edo
Water transfers-ftreight ........................ -
Water transfers-Passe e er ...................... -
Water transfere--Vebloles and live steook -
Wftaer teransfore--Other .......................... -
Total rail-line transportation revenue ........ 24,724,405 29,485 1,19,321 44 4,950,444 1,184,701 9- g.098.51 215.280
II. TRANSPORTATION WATER LINE

Freight ......................................... -
Passenger ....................................... -
Exoses baggage ..................................-
Other passenger service ......................... -
Naeil ............... ................................ -
Express ..........................................- -
Speolal service ...................... .
Other ............. .... .......... .... ..............

Total water-line transportation revenue ....... -
III. ICIDEHUIAL
Dining and buffet ...............................- -
Hotel and restaurant. ............................ 9- 29L -
Station, train, and boat privileges ............. 79 61 1 91 18)
Parcel room ......... ............................ 126164 5560
StLorage--Preght ................................ 3.860 }.313 412 5 50 -
Storage--Bagage ................................ 14,355 1 $51 5,884
Demurrage ....................................... 372.901 ,855 42,2'4 14,687 47,116 -
Telegraph and telephone ..........................-
Grain elevator ..................................-
Sto oawe r .. ......................................
Rents of buildings and other property ........... 44,8 4 37d,694 -- 8,36, 7,069 7,780 9,221 202,865 81,687
iseoellanee us.................................. 105.151 35,086 32,020 1,789 11,900 28,292 774,641 52,746
Total incidental operating revenues ........... 526,7&&6 976,200 47,554 12,310 62,}10 52,296 51 1,024,672 379,319
IV. JOIN FACILITY
Joint rootllty--Cr. .............................. 548 -
Joint folitty--Dr. .............................. 899,801 3.359 9,249 71.2,145 379.319
Total Joint facility operating revenue ........ 548 a 899.801 .249- 712145 d 7919
Railway operating revenues assignableL......... 25,251,699 105,882 1,366,875 9.396 5,012,784 1,227,748 51 9,411.044 215,280

j Defloit or other reverse item.
1' See page 8, note 1.










10
37150


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE Ul-SUMMARY OF i RIMl R1 -. 1.1t F.ING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CL 16 IEANI RAiL.AiS FOR LAi H (LASS OF SERVICE
Rs ],I T, i1_; AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED- iLCEMBER 31. 19i6


Total for districts

All districts Eastern district Southemn district Western distrIot

Account Assigned Aaelmned Asged Asignd Assigned Assigned Asa gned Asaigled
ppand and and 8a31 ad and and and
apporti oned apportioned apportioned apotionOed apportioned apportioned apportioned apporioned
o to passenger to to passengr to to paseacner to to passenger
freight t allied freight nd called freight and allied freight add allied
service services service series service servioee service services

I. AINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES
Superintendence ............................................. 29, 097.2q7 210,82.2 $11. 20 375 151.1,8 511,59 .325,660 eS.lii, ..29
Roadway malntenanoo--_ard switching tracks .................. 2,7 2 1 1 17,735 1 ,D9 126 30 '5 1 .360
Roadway maintenamoe--Way switching tracks ............. ... 2,211 o b.01 17,725 O 9 ..,319 162,4 i,87,49 0 .i 6
Roadway &mjintoeanoe--Running tracks ....................... 27,20. 768 6.2,51 9, o9.590 319 1, LL,9.06
Roadway-Deprectation--Yard switching tracks ,* ............- 9.5 1,7
Roadway--Depreciation-- ay switching tracks ................ ,* 7 3.2 7.966
Roadway-Depreoiation-Running cracks ....................... 3 7,986 L 6
UndergrouJnd power tDoes--Yard switching tracks ..........***********..
Underground power tubes--sBy swiccr.ing tracks *.......*****.
Underground power tu-be--Running tracks ............. ******
Underground power tub aa-Depreclstion--Yard switching tracks,
JnaarZ-r.3r power cubea--Depreciatior--RBv switching tracks *
Underground power rubes--Depreciatlon--Rumnin tracks .....**
,unele and eubwaye-Yard switching tracks ..... .......... 45, 7 26,. 0 1 L,9 9 17,59 953
Tunnels and aubways-Way switching tracks ...................2. O 1.9 ,676 1 1,031 .9 1,520
Tunnels and subways-- running tracks .......................** ..***.**. 90,i 25l.7 392, 3 .
Tunnels and subwaya--Depreciatior--Yard switching tracks .... -
Tunnels and subways--Depreclatlon--Way awitohing tracks .....
-imnela and eubayes--Cepreaoation--unilng tracks ........... 1,32 157 7 1,32
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Yard switching tracks ...... 26.524 73,266 314,9 27, 36 i1756iA b.998 L0)6 7-.4 3e.-"2
Bridges, treaties, and culverts--~~ y switching tracks ....... '.94 21,182 1.086 7IO 10 o70 297, 2,01.76 1,.b27
Bridges, treaties, and oulverts-Runnnlog tracks. ............. 17,. 1.I0- .7." 5 )a., 727, ,.? 1 e,226.66;
Bridges, tresttes, and culrertBe-Deproclaltion--Yrd switching
tracks ..................................**********.................****** *** 8,185 195 ,11
Bridges, treaties, and alvearto--Depreciation--Way switching
tracks .............................*** .......******* .... 6,03 21 ,9 21
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Depreciatoir.-- r,. 951,5 18,9
trot. .................................................... 453,577 35,951 60,903 6.5"9 2ei.126 18, .09 3L 10,59
Elevated structures--Yard switching tracks ......2......*..... 03 d 31 20 -
Elevated tructureB--Way awttening tracks ................... 541 .. ...- ".9 .30
Elevated structurom--Runninr tracks ........................... 17,92) 123,938 .17. 1 33 A., 29
Elevated structuree--Deproclacton--Yard switobing tracks ....
Elevated atructure--Depreclation--Way switching tracks .e
Elevated struoturee--Depreolation--Runnlng tracks *..........
Ties--Yard switching tracks ............................. 2 2.7.61' .9 L70 101,011 i.1306.25 U.,850 ,271.96 L2 1.752
TIeG--Wa3 ewtohing tracks ................................... 2,252. bl U0,01. 7E6 6,12 20.620 36.0073) 60 1.09. 306 4, .bb
Tiea--Running tracks ........................................ 38,898. 9,;10.091 LO.9"q5. T19 2. 1, 29 7,5:o00O3 2.10C.,290 2o.9 5, 125 L.A6,503
Tiel--Dopreclation--Yard switohing tracks ................... 1, 2 2 1 2 -
Ties--Deprecietlon--Way switching tracks .................... 1,901 b 316 1,51.
Ties--Depreclation--Runnimg tracks ............................ 2,051 2 775. 3051 2.775
Rile--Yard switching tracks ................................ 1,82,157 83,687 5.7 2 3582 17,3 5 35 35.957
RaLls--Way switching tracks ................................. 626,23 23. 338 251 233 10, 24 109,259 59 2b6 032 12. 23
as--unn tske....................................... 15, ,o 5 .2, ;39 1215,505 3,3.793 6.693 7,726,129 2.178.67
Raile--Depreclation--lard awitchimg tracks ..................
Rails--Depreotation--way ewitobhig tracks ................... 711 1 ,670
Raile--Depreocatio.n--Running tracks ......................... 30.128 15.561 .- L7,92 11.591 12.200 3,670
Other trak material--Yard switching tracks ................. 2,940,12 235.362 1, ,8 b.98 5.5 25.9 1.0b3.71 2, .70
Other track material--Way switching tracks .................. a898 .1 13 3,221 12. l. 107.15 115,670
ther ee ae l--s ........................ 17.B):5 4.799.18 6.339,979 1,835,025 3,075.1 619 ,1901 2.| 676
Other track material--Depreciation--Yard switchlog trucks ... 1,018 1
Other track material--Depreciation--Way switching tracks .... 560 616 1,20
Other raek motBerlal-lepreoiaton--RunniBg tracks .......... 17.74 7.508 9.620 6,158 ,
Ballast--Yard switching tracks .............................., 7 221 172 1,36 0 1
Ballast--fay switching tracks .............................2.. 236,55 ,727 117,829 3,012 34.928 6 538,797 3,679
Ballastr-Running treka ks..................................... 8.192,273 2.089,313 2.86 ,139 793 .117 2.002,507 1.3,676 3,25.b2 8852,520
BaUlat--Deprclatlan-Yrd switching tracks ................ 0) 20
Balaslt-.Depreo ation--Way switchl g tracks ................. 6 5b3 7 725 -
Ballast-Deproosltion-Running tracks ....................... 7,837 362 -37 362
Treok laying and urfacing-Yard aswithing tracks ........... 8,507 5585.52 .3LI.9,825 311,850 L.377,675 ?,75 3,237,007 20 3, 027
Track layingl sarfc su a --ay Hswitch tracks ............ 5, 75.720 11,b621 1,656,360 60,20o 518. 5. 1.223 1,300 5 53,lt .
Track laying and msuifcig--Runnlng tracks .................. 72,985.029 19,946,404 26,0 6.800 7.5981..1 12.23 35 5,98.0 34,7 57 1 9,2t.117
PMoesG, mor as da, ad algns--Yard switching traoks ........ 13 ,8862 b.1 7,701 1.26 8,s3 2bB 77 ,216 5. 17
Pences, now sheds, and signs--Way switching tracks ......... 6,5% 9 21490 22, 253 73 '5'1 8 7, 1 1.01
Fees, now shadm, Mad sIgns--Running tracks ............... 2,552.9 35 o0.776 655.80 178, .5 306. 762 b833 1.590 701 393 108
A Deficit or other reverse item.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF sTATISTICS

TABLE Ilr-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERA WiN;. ['E\NSE .M'COLVNTS OF rL.\16 I ATE.1 R. L\rLW.\YS FOR EACO CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS ANM' itLiI'Mh. FOR THl. 1E.1I1 ENiDEli DECEMBER JI 1936 --Cc.aLn.-,.d


Account


I, MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued

Fences, snow sheds, and alsns--Depreciation--sard switching tracks ....
Pences, snow shedsa and si8ns--'eprec litlon--e5y switching tracks .......
PFnces, anow shedsa and signs--Depreslatlon--P.nnla tracks *s.............
Station and office butild is ..........................................*..
Station and office buildiLs--tprecatieon ..............................
Roadway building ............................................*.***********..*...******.....
Roadway build Lrga--Depresiatton .........................................
Water stations ,,....................................*************.............**.*****........********
Water stations--Depreciatlon ............................................
Fuel stations ....................-.--........*.........******** ..
Pael stations--Depreoiation .............................................
Shops and engine houses ..................................................
Shops and engine houses--Deproiation ...................................
Grsin elevators ...........................................***********.....********.........
Grain elevators--Depreciation ...........................................
Storage warehouse ......................................................
Storage warehouses--Depreclation ........................................
Wharves and docks ...................*....................................
Wharves and docks--Depreciation .........................................
Coal and ore wharves ...................******.........** ....................
Coal and are Lharvea--DeprecIatlon ......................................
Gas producing plants ...........................*...............****..*****......***
Gas producirg planta--DeprecIsLlon ......................................

Telegraph and telephone lines ...........................................***
Telegraph and tolepnonr lins-- Depreciation ............................
Signals an Int erlockers ................................................
Signals anrlInterlo~kcer--r'eprelat ion ...................................
Power plants ..................................................************
Power plants--Deprealation ......................................********
Power-transmis lon sey te es ..............................................
Power-transmisalon systems--Deprecistion ................................
Miscellaneous atnJcture **......*.....................**..................
Miscellaneous stru tures--Depreoiation ..................................
Roadway machines ....... .................................................
Roadway machlnea--Depreclation ..........................................

Siall tools and supplies ...............................................*************
Removing snow, ice, nd sand ............................................*************
Public improvemens--. nenance ................. ...........*.............
Injuries to persons .....................................................

Stationar and printing .................................................
Other expae sea ..........................................................
Right-of-way expenses ...................................................
Total ..............................................................
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other racllities--Dr. ...............
Maintatlnig Joint tracks, yards, and other facllitlea-.. ................
qualizati on--Way ad structures .........................................
Total--All depreciation accounts ...................................
Total--All other maintenancee of way and str-.ctures accounts ......
Total alm. enanse of way and structures ...........................
I1. MArNTrNANJCE OF EU1FMENT

Superintendent ......,..................................................
Shop omachlnary ............................................., ..............
Shop sachlnsry--Depre0tation ............................................
Power-plant machinery ...................................................
Power-plant m=ochnery--Deprelation .....................................
Steam loomoiJvas--Rpalras--Yard ........................................
Steam locomotivses--Ripsira--Other .......................................
Other loccmotveas--Repaira ..............................................
Fretglht-train cara--Repairs .............................................
Pasaenger-train oara--RepBira ...........................................
l Deficit or other reverse item.


Totals for isalatric


Assigned
ar.d
app.r -t I oned

Sre Ige


All districts


Assigned
apportioned
to passenger
and allied
.a...ices


Ajisigea
and
apportioned
to
freight
san2e C


AssB.g O
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


2688
38154

3).1.89

1 ,bO0,a2
7. 7',9
o6, 395
1,98,006b
24,'157

9.725,147
2;.0, 327
117.12










14,879 274
137. 5
2,57. 321





5.0599 r07
14 .79 4


78. o67

1,492,271




5,589, 79


1,490,4T1


262.1259
111.153
4, 6,]71
,4}.,44


< 6,123

371, 47










195,180


9,770

1,541,7 ,



30.4 21
71, 4R





b03. 5 2311





2,572,911
b76, 5OL

2,43h)1
115, 39
236,239
27, 797


,3.914,956
19,128
364, 40B
2,977
1,515.172?
3.7?bl
e11.392
1.il3
4.323.171
88, 21.
10, 261

29.096

,001.5864
be.
1, 38b.233
5,506


2,072,072
139
7.49,990.
b59
131. 37
0B,598

792,897
284,.64
44, 93

1, 798, 167
72,601
2.0b2,123
o,2;4.371
l,8b4,280

b97,)31
160, o
1V0.a5U


2,706
79.924
b27
431,.522
1
222, 2u4

1,601,489
54, 140




140. 351


2,546

693.381
4.020. 735
100
105,982
89,743
2,071,418
13,b20,

417,039
18,075

1.55,506
36o.972
204,600
41.745
32.41L
8.627


and
apportioned
to
Freight


81,911.317
53.95"
484.,00



17.212

1.483 .944
986532
5.818
13. 3144
19,02)

510.,-75
701, 822
5,, 78,



e. 171
1.019, 352
2.75. 5?q
3.7 6
22,767
8,050

)78,085
20. 832

1.010,217
3.050

562.149
539,72o
365, 292

291,601
a82,760
56,721
17.210


Aessgned
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


$969.074
lb,203
1l,b65

22),7)
4.114
117,166
2.147

437.114
15,614




9.415





263,755
1,011
795.237
.o049


135,'25
9.327
21G. 139
138
217,016
106.398
82, 394

05,223
18,171
13.214
3,755


352.95,156 94,497,180 1L,22,089 40,507.287 65,324,974 14,764.910 155,248.093 39,22 .983
15,351,597 7,150,312 1 5,318,081 3,6sB,a1,2 2, 10,190 928,022 7.617,326 2, 533, 3B
1. 327,79b 3,697,034 3, 66:58, : .l6. 376 2.125.335 546.776 5.533.929 1,333,
.1 5i.29 d 3.171 17 d 8 171 4 132 o d 3.00
2.'e'5,477 91a,963 711 33 775,434 6o,90E 3.0 1,206,736 73,490
.9 134 41,604 1 1 5,49 1'.; 062,. 825.972 ':i. 49
3:b. .:L g 9;7:.?7 Lela g7 B R!0Blu. one :B. TV. o7 W -- o SyT


0, 346,761
10.976,88B
317,475
2,01,332
28bo,222
}7.085.508

1,892,281
182,96'c, 478
55,202


7,032,631
4,0864.208
145.496
1,620.134$
543).950

2,59.,638


36,523
6L,219,125


8.933,8?3
,992,047
181,609
1,040,977
262,845
19,611,73.
65.272.809
1,172,754
84.130,581
3.968


3., 161
2,045.,01
116.550
1,276,B8
5311,133
1, 453,992
32.6801,132
2,230,724

a8.962,151


4,13.,782
1,99,139
118.634
339.624
21,8S5

6,193,241
29,7752,86
434,486
35.837,161


1, 172.25
594, 54?
2b, 015
88,124
2,7362
396.874
13.213.512
2.808
9,238.290


0IlI U-11-A


AsaL ned
and
apportioned
to
rreight


288
384
4. 406:,676
327,811
751,bB66
50,651
2,182,724
6,579
755. 71
5,852
),919',032
"3,274
3,053
1,175


345,662
10,'09
421,492
538,205
2,:00b

1, 92b. 495
4.24:,6Eq
3. 33.
93, 09
1,518

321. 289
1.,03
6b,600
2,966
2,439,875
10,610

2,505,274
4, 15.895
i,652?704
987,875

b01,677
201,972
54, 750
o0, 124


Assigned
apportioned
to passenger
and allied
or..


L,922,920
15,773
172,970
16, 206
659.34
34
223, 275

1.386.o o





45,414


7,222

584,62)

1,881.534

3.612
2,417
172,948
111
604, 558

392
610,3o0
913,001
394,14A
233.135
167.402
5 2 i82
8,415


7,289,086
4,055.699
17,232
636,231

11,280,529

62,997,734
51,294


10,055

739,772
27,b0.71!

23.018:268


tee ae- ice marvi


I I I


Eastern diaLtrit


Southern district


Western district










12 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
37150
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE U--SUMMARY Of1 I'HIMA.R OPERATION I\' NL AI" OUNTS OF CLASS 1 ,I M Rml L WX.%I 10I1 EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
B) lilIsIRIL [I AND RLGIONb VuR ULIE YEAR ENDED IL,. IMBLR i1 1936 -.'oni,nuel

Totals for district*

Ali dstriots Eastern district Southemn district Western district

Account A mad..... Assignesned --Asiinea ABslnaed Assigned A. nlgd Assigned Aainfd
and and and nd and nan
apportioned apportioned apportioned spportiooed apportlloned aportioned apportioned apportinedd
to to passenger to to passenger to to peanenger to to pandenger
freight and allied freigt and allied 1reignt and allied freight and called
service services service service a service services service serl ces


IXI MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT Continued

Floating equipment.-Repairs .............................................
Work squlpment--Repairs ............................*...........**....***
Mlcoellaneoua equipment--Repairs ......................................*
Bquipment--RetLrementa .....................**....**********************.........................*
Extraordinary retireoments--Equpmet .................................*****.
EquLpment--repreciatlon .............................****...................*********
Injuries to persons .....................................................
inaurance..........................***..**..................................***************************
Staloner3 and printing ...... ...,.................. ....**************
tblr epeno ...............**....*............*.....*..*******...********...
Totaln--u........u.pe..................................................*****
MalntsitlrT j1ointa equipoent--Tr. ....................*.....*.........-..
MaintalrBnins join q.ilpmant--Or ........................................
Equaffation---quIpen t ..................*...............................
Total maintenance of equipment ................***..............*********.....
III. TRAFFIC

Superntendenoc.................*****................................**********************
Outside aend pal........................................................
Advertising *......**........................**..*******************.............................******
Iraffic aaaocltiona ....................................................
Fet frale ig lnea ......................................................








WLhdat pl e o and elmaur ,ag, ur reau, ****,...,...,,......,...... .....
Industrialn and ee action bureau.S ......................................








Iae1Wans O o. y.O. lo.o...o..............................................
Starlon sur and prLntiod .oo.............................................
Other expense ..........................................................
Total traffic .......................................................
IV. TRAKNP5I4AIION--RAIL LINE

Supearintndne pc..... ....................................................
Dispatoe l trains ......................................................
station employees ......................................................
weighing, Ispection, and delomurrage bureau ...............................
Coal and ore wbarve ........................". ...........................
Station supplies and expenses ...........................................
Yard.extera aznd yard clarka ..............................................
Yard conduct ore and brakeomen...........,..............................
Yard awltch and signal Ledere ...........................................
Yard angliameD ..........................................................
Yard mot orman.. ... ................................
Yard switching fuel.....................................................
Yard aslitchig power produced ..........................................
Yard evl tchiog power purchased .........................................
Water for yard loootves ................................-- ,,..............
Lubricants for yard locomoti tves ........................................
Other supplies for yard locomotives .....................................
11mlnshouss azpenasa--Yard ..............................................
Yard supplies and expenses ..............................................
Train *ogLnman ........................................................
Train actomenn ..........................................................
Train fuel ..............................................................
Train power produced ...................................................
Train power purchased ..................................................
Water for train locomotives .............................................
Lubricants for train loemotlves ........................................
Other supplies for train locomotives .. ...................


A Defloit or other reverse Item.


$, U97,513
424,526
2,573,027

151,177,5714
2,213,781
2, 05,021
41 ,847
442,068


$92 1405
2,116,317
139.829


1.7.391

211756
113,891


|P.l;",101
S3b,o 29
1,752,131

63,705,54
1,285,96
1,235,155
3012i2
212,627


721. 136
82,
69,58


17,777,061
276,471
106,91
56,643


1152. 663
1,176,112
35.U56
537,258


31,730,098

133,418
112,521


816,679
267,o00o9
10.,760
15,272

5,592,822
77', 1o
55,425
22,961


$210,749
3,116,919
152,041i
48 ,658

55,71. 929
e05b,43
I06, 705
116,970


s187.590

7 93,
7b,954
73. 136

13,509,455
200,526

3,2


583,373,.929 195,673,782 261,8o0,132 93,423,38 112,976,217 30,832.389 20,.517,580 71.1.18.045
3,790,151 1,6 5,40 1,731.714 965,542 6c,6 .45 238,9140 1,1.02,005 4,0,858
2, 425,645 568,;45 1,075,134 250.237 1.6 128,327 8s7,253 169,87s
d 20,000 d 20. 000 -
584,718,435 196,770,684 262,536,741 94,138,653 113,129,362 30,943,002 209,052,332 71,689,029


26,009,144 8,178,945 11,842,361 3,646,492 ,579.714 l,46o..o6 8.5987.o49 3,07L,3~l
30,340,441 14,290,233 10,592,6M3 4,125,355 5r.:",;7 1:63"1 13.33--1.61 B,16,.38a
1, 16, 01o 10,200,814 259:,o6 3,288,174 39.7 .3 1.13a., 2 51b 272 5..29.758
2,215,786 337,979 56,'0O 110.509 )b, 591 81,098. 961,655 1.6.572
32.382 1 32,074 30 61

1.325,694 270,742 393,643 14,449 360,257 83,192 571,.794 173,10l
29,959 18,107 15 ,311 7.879 4,295 1.881 s0,30 8.347
4,486,187 992,482 1. 655.65 312,951. 1,116,771 190, 86 1,733, 1 5 489.02
40,824 32,018 22,051 1, 252 13,484 1,163 5,289 16.583
65,596,430 34,321,381 25,681,939 11,520,062 14,192,772 5.184,230 25,721,719 17,617,089


145,?68,254
,01.1,598
b,912,358
8,544,275
35,6374,0 08
98,718,944
7.0o56,57o
61,26.,536

94.8599
33,160. 5312
3.076


977 025



5294,972
108,3o6. a



2. 5 .311
11.9, 335
4, 1"62,273
2. 161,611


9,471,951
5. 451, 70E
3,7105,801


6,352,510
2,267 ,199
1.269,03)
.51 7, 39
749,610
2,24.3,64i8
70. 523
211,815-.
202,817
67,251,
62,071
1,157,082
W01,052
46,201,872
6,722,229
53.629,277
1.295,055


1,071.728


15.610. 5399
n,690, 326
61.,417.907
1,411.302
4, 31,821
4,397.917
19,475,452
49.591.653

3069.789
71,1,992
15.375,612
33 .076
1,487,400
1469.453
3.99, 18
1,511,041
68 6, 421

57,513,)62
2b6,020
1468, 000
4,08,231
1,4 684
861,246


. 705.951
19,118.6P


5,582,290
1, 145, 22o

2.350,1 o
718 19
1.038,96l
70,52)
210,217,
92,216

30, 1 m
526,158
521,107
4,O65,1.6
0. 291. 490

1,600,529
!29.779
9.iLo


3,.11.205
25,912, U2
ob4,t16
1,1 45.597
1L9. 3 3

l,1,52,89l
9,29, 159
98,. 779
4.955. 259
19,624
518,558

194,42?

2,615,1. 16
469, 64
19,905,1 U9
197,090

25,064.955
286.990
2.O 75bL
812,171
437.277


l1,6231.43
1,070,
5,22,,90


765,576
76 .174
1,147.446
99,6b7
711 ,gb2




33.448
11,238
9, 2J9
91,239
216,1439
28,908
8.2,106
80, L87
9. 150.436
17,530
623,81b
659,137
41,691
184.187


10,231,674

57,937,924
1.982.1 2


I. A2, 458
3 .003 b4I
1,79,.824
21,332,593
10, ,26
12,82b,271
31,286
IL7.750

315.169
263.007
5.60,471i
.5,805,339


65,529, 618

90).8,


3. 19u, 356
1,61082
12.561,172


2.001.464
743,1 27.
233.171
1,.u55,3 i2

31 591
85-., 506

1, 59
77,.153
22,618
22,687

51.017
?0.0,9.292
2,176,876
24,167.351
139.191
1831,59
I, b6.520
1,1:i6,566
418,201


DO %OI Or other rogsrse I% ,









37-1


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE H-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPER1A[NO EXPENSE ACI'OUNTB OF CLASS I STEAM HALLWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DISIRIrTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1936 -Contrsued


Totals for districts
All districts Eastern district Southern district Western district
Account a osgned Aasigned Assigned Asas igrA Mlgned Assigned salassigneod Alm
al and and and and sad and n
spportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned *pportioned apportioned epportloned apportioned
to to passenger to to psaoseger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight as allied
on -ice services service services service services service services
IV. TRANSPORTATION-RAIL LINE Continued
Aginehou, oxpenssoo-Train ........................................... $29 ,128.062 14.691,.212 $13,01o,65u 01.078.986 $5,442,871 2,48.7,261 1o ,671,517 15,1?,2963
men.............................................................. 13.1 75,200 58.89 1. 45.964.6b5 26,499,115 23,22,1B9 8,94,586 524 501,3 2, 451 7
Train oupplea and expenses ............................................ 5..52.. ,2 7 51, l5 15,c08.608 15,48,, 7 5,9 7.575 '. 1'.211 ,,96 ,74 ,N815
Opratta Slp oor p ..................... ........ 1.3. ,5 4 6.189,565 7,585.559 39116: 36 1.727,758 512, 477 4.172,137 1,76752
Crossing protection ................................................... .. 10.570,110 4,978.933 6,948,696 3.632.765 1,007,805 365,10s 2,413,609 951.060
Drawbridge operation ................................-........... ......,***1. 2 518,2 564.97 00,39 20,561 82.035906 64
Telegraph and telephone operation ...................................... ..4j43.831 l,7ch,241 2,122,64 6.',235 737,401 218,524 2,583.746 ,12 03gg
Operating floating equipment ............................................ 15C.064,775 3,893,133 13,979,953 2,588.990 360,338 53,111 72 1 :44 T1,21,0;2
Express service ............................................ ..........*.. 25.523 25,523 -
Stationry and printing ............................................... ,972.,767 1,8-a,589 2, 4199 981,644 951,64 286,451 1,666,934 *50,491
Ct.ber expenses ........................................................ 53,527,755 8713.B6 2, 8.8g1 5323.65 224,ga2 61,025 B56,o6 275,97
Inaurance ........................................................... .. 1,269,157 171.500 06, 00 93,332 255,415 31,301 506.842 49,867
Clerlng wren. ...................................................... 2,751,184 213,895 1,59 109,753 47, 271 854,01 71,571
Damage to property ...................................................... 01,331 13,405 9696 227,232 80,219 166,202 666.26 219,971
Damage to livestock on right-of-swT ................................... 817,001 7'6,02B 68,861 38,182 322.,45 300,398 425.395 407,446
Los and damage--Preight ............................................... 21,259,380 231 9.966,871 8 3.056,688 8,235,821 14
Loss and damag--Baggag .............................................. .16 4,341 56,57 13,092 24,378
Injuries to personas ..................................................... .11,612,165 6.4760,oo0 5.926,541 3,u42,647 1,570,422 1,395.954 3,815.202 1,657.403
Operating Joint yards and termials--Dr. ............................... 30,057,821 18,9u6,829 11,732.215 9,377,033 6,2358,493 3.707.677 12,087,115 5,862,119
Operating Joint yards and terminal--Cr. .............................. 18,.13,604 4,244,943 o,148, o0 2 3, 4,40 5,586,154 740,329 6,679,400 1,150,154
operating Joint tracks and f.cIlits--Dr. ............................ .8,204,554 3,372,122 32.32 7 1,7'4, 363 1,137.201 265,542 3,18.956 1,312,217
Operating Joint tracks and fao4.tes--Cr ............................ 6, 53.90- 2.9bl,118 2,869.854 1.354.679 1.075.103 323.752 2,905,947 1.252,687
Total transportaclon--ell line .................................... 1,047,174,407 354,00,0o65 469,935,678 170.553.817 176,259,099 54,081,686 400,976,630 129.368,562
V. TRAliSPOBTAITON--WAI1R LIME
Operation of vessels ..................................................
Operation or terminals ................................................
incidental ........................................... -..........* "
Total transpartation--Water lirn ................................._ _
VI. MISCELLANECO5 OPERATIONS
Dining aid ibufet service ............................................. 27 ,489.623 12,125,125 3,892,609 11,471,889
Hotels and restaurant ................................................ 507,18 1,866.379 92,641 397,747 78,865 119,015 335.679 l g617
Grain elevators ........................................................ b2,694 572506 27,473 715
stookyard.a ............................................................ 536,577 -31,906 9,275 495
Producing power sold .................................................. 658 21,887 29,969 2.986 22,:098 7,8461120 11.05
Other miscellaneous operations ......................................... 3082562 583:432 25,123 153.5896 J7 46,908 23,150 392.628
total miacellaneoun operations ................................... 2,018,302 29,961,321 1,012,145 12,679,754 137,697 4,066,378 86a.46 13,.215.189
VII. OGNERAL
Salaries amed expenses of general officer ............................. 11,808,35 3. 471, 3 4L.75,454 1.34 .912 2.348.385 641,73 4,5 56, 1, 9.0
salaries and expenses of lerks and attendants ........................ 57,981,661 1 4 1. 5 3,58,957 5.130 1097,28 2.26199 2 6, ,
General office supplies and expenses ................................ ,61, 77 1,5, 1,998,081 19176 6 ,1 186 72 028 15, 92
Law expenses ............................................................ 10, 12,458 3,551,524 3.91, 1,2 31 2,57h 821, 3, ,,2,
Insurance ............................................................. 103,677 36,952 5, 07 17, 2 4,1 2 6N 1
Relief department expense ............................................ 753.563 265,479 568,829 202,33 124,582 37.030 66,12 26,oS66
Pensions .............................................................. 26,996,197 10,304,313 14,504,212 5,961,548 3,174,802 923,351. 9,317,.13 3,419,414
S sone and printing .............................................. 2,524, 15 21 797 939,35 219,082 5 96 115,882 1,031,25 2,8
Valuat Ion expenses .................................................... 752,880 2524,501 285,252 77,689 8,56 30,202 216,242 124.,610
Other expenses ........................................................ .,805,617 1,.3,312 1,520,897 661,307 772,269 205,065 1,512,451 57 .940
General joint faoilitlos-Dr. .......................................... 956,961 959,615 353,341 460,217 1.,119 6o,57 494,501 .25
General joint fmallitles-Cr. ...................................... ..199,225 123,582 71,110 1.,361 ,333 12,53 53,782 29. 5
Total general expenses ........................................... 120,570,577 36,M80,1o09 52,360,603 16,648,944 21,510,925 5.377.471 46,699,049 14,453.694
VIII. TRANSPORTATION POilN RVEST2MNT--Or. ............ 5,129,715 33,950 1,009,587 9,326 839.275 6,854 3,20,8553 17.770
Total railway operating expenses assigned 1/ ..................... 2,171,315.564 749.450,897 943.992,157 3417,911,667 390,206,580 111.791,895 837,116,827 286,747.332

d Jefloit or other reverse ttm.
/ Eoludeo unassigned operation expenses a follows: 11 districta *10,658,595; Eastern district 53.157,821 BSouthern district 24,760, Western d.strlot S7,476,053;, e inglasn region 6648,495,
ret Lakhee region 906,86; Central stern region 61,602,4o01 Pooshontas region Southern rion 2 4,760. Northwestern region 36.400; Central Western region $7,338,595, Bouthwelters
region $101,058.








1i INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
37150
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF OLASS I SL1 IM RAJ LH.11A FOR LACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DILrLiPLR 11. 1916 -C-t,i,ru-d

Totals for regions

Eastern district Southern district
New nm aMil region Great LaTeA raflon Central Eaite r reason Ponahontra r eFtn
Acoount Aaetgned Anslegnd Assigned Asol d Alsigned Assigned Algan*gd Ae-igned
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioried apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allUed freight and allied
s se_______rvloes s___ervice services sermrnm servanss sarin- -a-mnnnOsa
I. MAINTEAWCEZ OF WAY AND STRUCTURES
Bupertntendence .... ... .. ...................................... $926,864 459,29 $5.127.655 *1, 404, 091 $5,052,720 $1,4.1,8a7 $1.803,038 $191,766
Roadway maintenan a-Yord switching traoke ......................... 156,590 1,265 66. 220 89.154 585.944 3o0,4 1o0,52 10,070
Roadway maintenance-Way o etching traces .......................... S. ?75 2,11 167,701 6,109 79.562 9,441. 9,757
Roadway mIant.nanoe--P.unning tracks .............................. .1,071,27A C.Io,8'5 1,507,008 992,901 .,516,3c. q9'?.1773 2,71.712 276,95-
oadway--Dapreciatlon-Yard switching tracks ....................... -.. -
Roadway-Depreiation-Way switching tracks ....................... -461
Roduway-DeprealaLton-Runnirng tracks ............................... -
Underground power Lubees-ard swltoaing trcaks ......................-
Underground power tubes-Way switching tracks ......................
Underground power tubee-RunLn track .......................... -
Underground power tubee-Depreotation-Yard switching tracks .......- -
Underground power ,ubee-Deprecaton-Way switching tracks ........ -
Underground power tubes-Depreolation-Running tracks .............. -
Tunnels and ubwaye-ard switching trackse ......................... 8,32 416 1760 1,231
Tunnels and subways-Way awLtohing tracks .......................... 113 59 15,563 114
Tunnels and ubways-Running tracks ................................ 15,651 7,507 121,290 31,350 255, 5 93,943 62,812 o,768
Tunnels and subways-Dpreotton-Yard switching traks ........... -
Tunnels and ubmay-Dpreolaton-ay switching tracks ............ -
Tunnels and subwajs-Depreolatlon-Running tracks ....................- 157
Bridges, trestles, and oulverta-Yard switching tracks ............. ii, 769 904 151,112 8,602 181,075 18.O0 6,359 215
Bridges, trestles, and oulerar-Way swltahing tracks ...........5... 1.-.51 3.718 49,1409 4.6456 as3,2 2 42,323
Bridges, trestles, and oulvertL-Runing tracks .................... l,06-3.,23 513,576 1,911,907 469,190 2.1o3.9 66o,o100 841,53 9'.7
Bridges, trestles, and ouvwert-Depreoliaton-Ya rd imtohing trckso 213 ,902 195
Bridges, trestles, and oulvertsaDeprealatlon-Way switching tracks. ,9 21 --
Bridges, trestles, and sulverts-Depreciation--Running tracks ...... 39,061 15,663 26.179 6,549 140,308 9.195
Elevated st-ruoturem-I-arda sltohing tracks ............................ S22 75 36 -
Clevated tructures-Way switching tracke ........................ ... 541 -
Zlevated structures-Running tracks ................................ 1,006 110,238 16,488 5,395
l evated structures-Depreolation-lard switching traoke .............
Zlevsted structures-Depreolatlon-Way switlching track ............
Elevated structuree-Depreolatlon-Runnlng tracke .................. -
Tes-Tard switching trsoks ........................................ 203.472 17,097 879,624 49,935 855.37 33979 23,968 11.739
Ttes-Way within tc rak ......................................... 59.130 1,509 510.27 9209 5 9902 79.28 188
Ts-Running st k ................................................. .78..23 394,769 5,259,28 1,161,7314 4,607,868 98s.795 909.225 111,074
Ties-Dspre lation-Tard switching track.m .......................... -
Ttim-Depreciatlon-Way switching tracks ........................... 316 -
TLse-Depr olation-Running track ................................. .- -
Hailt-lard switching tracks ....................................... 28.840 2.167 330,127 22,b?6 190,570 5,582 141,711 7,773
Rail-Way switching trucks ........................................ 16,153 282 89,352 3.801 1l5,698 6.173 44,257 373
mails--unning tracks .............................................. 416,758 203,078 1,911,809 1'52,690 2.095,829 562.737 2,01., 738 169,964
Rails-Depreoeation-lard switching tracks ......................... -
Raill-Dsprel&ation-Way switching tracks .......................... 210 -
Ralls-Depreolation-Running troks ................................
Other track matrial-ard switching tracks ........................ 91,063 9.717 776,843 103,049 519,012 24,218 185.i80 10,439
Other- trea mterLal-Way switching tracks ......................... 21.3N. 1,257 219,040 2,782 221,229 9,182 56,127 81
Other track mterl-aRunning tracks ............................... 469.973 215,1435 2.775,352 707.951 3.094,1b5 881.6)39 1,378,879 111,050
Other track terial-epreeaton-Tad withing track ..........- -
Other traW k material-Depreoitacon-Way swithlnag tracks ........... 15
Other track .ater 1-Dlpreotltion-Running tracks ............... -
BallIst--TIza switohing tracks ...................................... .6. 578 72.518 4,812 14U,241 8,37 20,0146 827
alls7t-Way ,wt0hnlg tranka ...................................... 3,256 64 26. 36 1,94 88,210 1. 5 1.592 -
alla t-Running tracks. ............................................ 17,66) 79.856 L,326.8 2 373,579 1,399.994 39.682 769,088 8733
Ballast-Depreolation-lard switching track ........................ -
Ballast-DepreolsUton-Wly switching tracks ........................ 31
Ballast-Depreelatlon--lhnning trucks .............................. -
Troak laying and murfaeing-Yard switching trucks .................. 347.390 27,937 975340 168,445 2,027095 115.498 376,800 19,259
Truck laying and surfaag-Way switching track ................... 133,001 7,119 563,428 16 .21 959.931 35..85 179.732 181
Truck ltnu and urralng-hanning tracks ......................... 2, 38,747 1.271,046 11.795 760 2.954:0l1 11,602.293 3,356.397 3,606,471 389.88
ne, n sheds, and ins-ard switch tracks ............... 2,56 105 24,5 869 20860 52 917 49
Fences, snsw ehes, and Ltns-War switching tracks ................ 2,017 122 10.645 U2 9,991 27 616
Penoes, soe sheds, and signe-aning trucks ...................... 101,751 48,966 352,422 73.255 201,307 56.214 106.753 10.506
SDesficit or other rewerse iem.









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 15
BUREAU OF STATISTICS 37150

TABLE 11-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPER.AT EXPENSES ACCOUNTS OF I'L.AS8 [ TEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS FOR THE YFAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1986 -Conimued

Total for reglone
laetern district Southern diatriat
New nE nd rEn Sa-.lon Great r k Ls am.. re-lo Central taer rtlon" P.h.ta. r.n
Account A Aalgnd ae g Asailgned AeBlgn.0 iAlfnla AAGsgnine AAsgenid Aiideai o
ana and and and and and and end
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to t pafenger to to passenger to to passenger to to pamegern
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
e ______________________________________________ere-vie service servie cieeloroc i. service -ao nione
I. IAINTEKlANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued
Fenoea, snow sheds, and Bignd--Depreclation--Yard awitching traCe -
Fences, cnoow ahed, and algns--Depreolstion--Wsy ewltohlng traoko. -
Fenoes, snow ashed and elgne--Depreolattion--Runnling traok ......- -
Station and office buildings .................................... $503.25 Pi',7.7 1,741.,966 1,700,257 81,66,l6 1,706,76 &6,965 $2i6,91
Statlion and office buil'itng a--Depreolation ....................... ,n2 2,260 2.125 1 77 46 29.2 13,177
Roadway building .................................................. i9.a5 1, 76 187,178 40,900 l7.,513 25.200 1.426 S
after stations .................................................... 9..l8i "8,267 7C14,B662 1.,99 712.29 16,30 3)9,611 13,h6
Water btitionse-Deprciatlon ...............* .................... 3,581 180 1 ,353 5,696
Fuel ettiona ....................................................... 7..?? 2.1b1 359,05 104,b.C 404,906 9.405 120,259. 20,910
Fuel statlone--Depreclatlon ...................................... 479 67 16,786 1,871
Snope and engine houasee .......................................... io,6.98 282.98' 2,10.,148 674,256 1.855,25 o4I,219 61. ,191 130,06)
Shops and engine houaee--Depreciation ............................ 781 87,640 54.10 9,358 14,171
rain elevator ................... -..* .........-.... ............ 1. .i1 15,271 7 .,876 ,
rain elevator --Depreno tion ...................................... 1.3-
Storage warehouees ............**.***.***************..............*** 6 1 ,01 10.276 -
torage warhouee--Depreeton ..............................- -
haeee and doo ................................................ 193,692 b48,557 72,409 1.159,3}5 67,942 225,5} 6,978
Wharrea and docks--Depreolation ......... .........** ............... ..... 5-,-20
:oal and ore harvCe .....................****........................****** oObS 355,0- 991,122 6BS,816 .
goal and ore wharBve--Depreotation ............................... or, ., 79,687 58,786
aea producing plants ............................................. 5.546 2,147 01 -
3am producing plantc--Depreolstlon ...............................- -
Telegraph and telephone line .................................... 109,26b 64.30) 771.021 204,978 1,191,785 4a2,loo 279.149 47,822
Telegraph and telephone nee--Depreoaton ......................- 19 -
Signals and inte.rlooker ......................................... 915.038 7661.48 3,642,03 1,592,706 2,935,919 1,661,581 1,175.587 242,164
signal and Inter-lokere--Dapreoaltlon .......................... 4 616 100
Power plante ..................................................... 11,142 18,401 o ,ak45 51,766 55.991 55."5 16,668 2,825
Power piant-Depretation ....................................... 12.785 3.695 55.813 bo,048 8,650 1,261
Power-tranamiselon systems....................................... 178,90 32,159 29.589 628,6147 374,818 1L,100oo,612 319,77 51,086
Power-transm lon ayateme--Depreolation.......................... d- 4,~ 60,120
Miacellaneouc eSruoture ....... ................................. 7.152 9,506 25.591 4.147 11.950 17) 22,9)9 7,991
Miscellaneous structurea--Depreolaeton ... ........................ -
Roadway aohfinee ................................................... 137.108 59.452 67.951 190.595 787.108 167,192 56,976 30,36
Roadway saohlnee--Depreolatlon .................................... 1,406 71,195 18,075 1,331 37
mall tools and supplies ......................................... 255,527 109,945 98).164 218,662 823,)32 220,178 317.884 29,292
Removing anow, i ,la and send ..................................... 1,076.520 353,080 2.853.158 591.567 2.254,913 608.859 171.05 12,72
Public Laprovmente--Kalntennce .................................. .28,906 119,468 805,059 181,575 718.)15 167.355 206,646 21,858
Injuria to persons ............................................... 1)6.508 84,90) 534.875 16,9 12.14,890 107.126 116, 11 14,992
Incurane ........................................................ 78.6.48 }8,619 361,37 87,646 257,320 ).541 79,279 8,832
Stationery and printing ......... ...... .......................... 17.356 8.513 76,374 17,517 66,7?9 18,715 31.156 3.396
Other exponese ................................................... 136.6 90 116,67b 25.972 32,6 2 6,049 15,125 1,312
Right-of-way expenses ........................................... l.t80 1,280 56,021 6,597 6,1i8 ?50 .371? 552
Total ....................................................... 14.3)7,a82 6.805,497 59,249,305 16,009,290 58,334,902 17,b92,49U 22,209,750 2.489,728
Saintainig joint tractk, yard, and other tacllltie--Dr- ........ 514.81 1,081,759 5.157,283 991,92b 1,64,917 1,b15,167 585.607 208,544
Maintaining joint traoe, yards, and other faollltlea--Cr. ....... 215.524 70,094 1,838,877 l,114,0b 1,61 ,131 652,196 247,529 42,657
Equalisation--W and etruotureB .................................- 171 171
Total--All depreolation aeoounta ............................ 55,07 25.95 25,125 b32.653 749,179 457,194 46,07
Total--All other malntenanoe of way and atruotures aooounts 14. In.14 7.791.207 60,542.52 6 15,a87,156 57,7],055 1I?,925,986 22,090,805 2.609.397
Total mailntenanoe of way and strunoturesa ..................... 15,7.239 ,-T8i1T,1,,2- 60;,,,7,711-- A887.16-f6 -5.65Ebb L,b7S,50g 22,5W7,999 2,b65,444
II. MAINTElAICE OF EWqUIPHDIT
Bupenlntendence .................................................. 668,170 460,883 3,952,523 1,285,323 4,3130,2 1,585.955 1.496,317 217,476
Shop maohlnne ................................................... 294,351 207,457 2,225,09 84.0.313 2,.72,422 997.261 747.855 151,.96
Shop machnery--Depreotstlon ..................................... 692 177.917 118.5 110.505 21,584
Power-plant machnery ............................................ 79.477 121,883 338,soa 436.242 622,698 718,5 3 255,870 3,979
Power-plant mahinery--Depreciation .............................. 96.528 178,891 929 16588 352,242 21.885 2,76
StSea looaootlva--Repalre--Yard ................................. ... 1,,21.3a 16.4b48 8,415,22 .169,524 10,174.1,4 0bO20 2,05,2 81,731
Stam looomotivea--Repairs--Other ................................ .4,05,397 3,25,.09 29,495,064 14,.28,821 31.372.58 14,946,902 9.005,6b1 2,190,072
Other loaoootives--repalra ....................................... 301.114 397.572 420,047 506,394 51,993 1.)2, 8 367,419 2.779
Freiglt-train oare--RepaIre .................................. 19.92 36.370,874 43,3}3.78 9,503.919
Pasenge-train .ars--Repaire.................................... 2.99.406 2,988 11.455.532 980 14.557.413 .582,166
a Defiiott or otner reverse item.








16 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
37150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE Il-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF I'I., AS I STrA.f RAILWAYS FOR E.AH CLASS OF SERViCE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DE('F. BLR 81,1986 -Continued
Totals for regions

Eastern dletrTit Southern district
Now Ensasnd ref&!on | Ossat Laf refa i.on Ontral Eastern rEleon P POQcahontas
-coo A sne As ei A *eo Assigned Aonte Assigned se -aed
Account a n an n and and and and
apportioned apporttoned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to tLo passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
sI _ee es oo--I.o services rvi ces service servco..es elta-e Ma8A
II. MAINTEMANOE OF UIUPME1 Continued
Floating equipment--Reppairs ........................................ ,65 t ,9 l,025 1775 S 39361 3 $ .662
Work equipment-Repaire ..............................................357,119 $153 44 1, c08 22 4.7s5 1,5607.6 I .5, 47528 1.50960
isoellaneous equIpment--Repatre ..................................************* 121 6 13,75868 9, 7910 13,2523 138,l 01 ,
Equlpment--Relrements ................................................ .............635 19,586 92 0 33152 70,89 1,810 Le 7.7?b
Extraordinary retiremeants-Equipment ............................. -
EqulpmenL--DepreolaLion ..........................................**********1,386 2, 13 0, 02, 95 b.573,7 9,31.176 9,052,o56 1i2,7t 5, 10 1,068,700
Injuries to persons ................ ........ ....... .............. .127.2U7 o2.400 55o.0 322 212,k1 b1. 7T77 24.r.221 72.21, 9,06
Insure ......o n................................. ...............**133,101 36, 65, bL201 119. 39 4S9,8 120.421 7,50 9 ,
Inturaner ..d pntn ..... ............................... .......... 1.,5 11,bi 109,30 a 167 175.l669 62,.0 56.137 8, 29
Ot or epen pr.... .................... ............... :: *:.......... 5,52.1 2,410 159,003 ?, 68,1o 1:. 55 b8. 39 6,695

Total ..................................... ................. 16,255.881 10.326,41' 117.57,001 37.14l.L42 128,0o,7.s250 653,76' 37,225,365 '477.92
Malntainirg joint equipment--Dr. ................................... 133,099 17, 79. 714 703 e1677 c.93o 1.1 L6,15256 1,6
Maintaintrig joint equipment--Or. .................................01.... .20 a 3.5 167 1521
Equalization--Equipment ......................*..************* -
Total maantenanoe of equipment ............................... 16,368, 720 10,475,44 117,960o,50 37, 730,7'2 12,201,671 6z.932 646 37.151.37 .5.546,06
III. TRAFFIC
Superlnteodenoe ................................................... 9 7 365,244 5, 97,608 1,480,S166 5, 7 9.96' 1, 01.02 I,2o?,61 2, 371?
Outside agencies .....................g.nois 16,61 248, 294 71i3,311 1, 28,938 ..2o2. 2ol 2, 0 L21 1,692. 3b2 32b.033
AOudverteng ........................................................ 7.97 53.121 115330 1 069 075 116.361 1.5. ,978 196.?2 532,113
Traffic aessociatons.............................................. .-*5,307 9,079 371.522 17,502 658.711 63.92 2, 66f 9.083
Fast freight lines .................... ............. ........... 320 -
Industrial and immigration bureaus ................................ 27,86 1,181 239.6 13,2b7 12t), 17 1 41,r16 5,5
Insurano s ......................................................... 50,7 156 ,O024 1,561 9,80 b.180 1103 86
Stationery and prInting .......................................... 137.3 99 65.285 82o,229 15,243 672,227 122,426 228.693 31,061
Other expenses .................................................... 8,259 1.6)30 7,630 3.22 6,lb2 9,590 11,258 646
Total atrffio ....... ......................................... 1.671.943 1,253-792 12,80.3,51 5,518.9. 1,o01,o'6. 5,707,306 3,220.961 951,935
IV. TRANSPORTATION-RAIL LINE
Superinteondence ................................................... 1,258,601 631.807 7,1643),8 1 ,91,5s .207,947 2.230,470 2,095,931 375,9
Dispatehobing traisne .................................................. 37.1348 253. 3 1,813,620 22,1 7 ,7&9518 1 ,8: 331 1 ),293561 30~5, 59
Station employees ................................................. 7.9,002 2, 352.03 29,8150, 319 703,070 2068,586 b2,984 4,213.818 9,2
Weighbing, inspection, and demurrage bureaus ....................... -..2, i -;8o-,6 2 -27
Coal and ore wharves ............................................. 107, 9 120. 1.
Station supplise and expenses..................................... 4a,433 4 5,o02 2.279.929 1,18.03 1,675, 5 1,19 233 252,22 161,615
Ysardatoere and yanrd clerks ....................................... 1 .306,311 124,734 10.133.777 522.99 8.035,3V 698 2,322.81 92,060
Yard conductor and brakamen ...................................... 2,561,06 361.861 21.97,871 1, a34,816 25,052,715 ,10.789 635,52 211 369
Yard Switch and signal tendere .................................... 560,310 1.77 2,157,67' 389. 298 ,407,190 612,61 69,30 27 2
Yard4 e nscen ........................................................ 1,561,92 238.306 16,2 57,10o 1,081,1 69 1 4,90,751 6o, 2690 ,3 96b o01 Lou. us
Yard enginemon .......................--.. 5 lP;27,;20b l li:^: 1.030 1. )
Yard motormen ..................................................... 121,073 17.056 "66,155 38,076 156, 764 383,9 -O -
rd switching fuel ................................................. 1,275,75 1,76 7,678,23 6.929 39.26 L,115,59 2.29
Yard switching power produced .................. .............. 29,0 3,1 368 57.071 3 99
Yard swithing power purchased .................:................... .50 51 148,909 -15190 6.564
Water for yard looomotives ................................... 5 8,27 62 093 55377 2.69 185.190 6.56
Lubricants for yard locomotives..................................... ,374 4,72 226,458 3,81 07,6 1,885 69,55 2,869
Other supplies for uard looomotives ............................... 1,271 1.75a4 200,182 Lo,475 18.729 11.910 5 1. 7
Faglnehouse sxpennes--lard ......................................... 402,877 62,036 3.9719 280o 26k.71 152,627 163101 5.192
Yard supplies and expenses ........................................*-* ********* L,79,7 16,189 185 O 862 21,262 755 ,5066 4,978,205 1,519,2
Train enginemen .............9......9............,1 18,554.83 ,623 9 21.262,755 8580,686 4,97- 5 1,319 2
Train motormen .................................................... .1 1,7685 562.821 116,85B 959,:1? 607,795 2,542. 701 194,528 38.975
Train fuel ........................................................ 5.266,756 3,2 1,7B. 27.333.30 9,170,951 2*.715, 51 7.88, 751 O.436,483 1.264,.59
Tzrain power produced .............................................. 129 191 261, 45 88,788 307.396 57,738 569293 26),990 2,8
Train power purchased ............................................. O1,16 636,7162 69, 03 9710,558 9, 6,60 5b s Ul 9
Water for train locomotives ...................................... 271,16 163, 16 2, 69.10 91,83 61 9.96 5 523,208 07,769
Lubriaontl for train looomotives .................................... 116215 98,6 926 ,042 3 ,32 97 23.92 10239,6692 70,777
Other supplies for train locomotives ................ ..................*63,390 57.766 357,182 181.082 1439,971, 230,92 1Oo,922 30,730










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE IH-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPER.IlDG EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS [ STEAM RAILWAY FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DIBrRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1936 -Cumlined


Account


Totals for regions


aster-n distriBot sBouthern districtO
r4.!i~,l r | r-t 0anaa rrglo1 ph Ea?~YTH. I -r4itanf Lt35L ---
A5Lpl5410 Asge


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


apportioned
to
freishi


ABssiogn
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


and
apportioned
to
freight


_______________________________________________________ I -zmaJna---- 4 -UmflL--- 4- -.---8'~-~-'----- b ~ ~ ~ I -asinn-~. L anmcna


IV. TRANSPORTATION-RAIL LINE Continued

Enginehouse expenees-Trin .............................*............**.**...
Trainmen .........................................***************......*............
Train supplies and expenses ..............................**.....**.......
Operating sleeping care ............... ................. ..............
Signal and lnterlooker operation .....................................
Crosa nn 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 liveetook on right-of-nway ..................................
Lose and damage-reilght .............................................
LOBs and damage-Baggage .............................................
Injuries to person ....................................**********************..............*******
Operating joint yards and terminal-Dr. .........................
Operating Joint. yards and terminalP-Or .............................
Operating Joint tracks and taollitles-Dr. ...........................
Operating Joint traoke and faoillitles-Cr. ...........................
Total transportation-Rail line .................................
V. TRANSPORTATION-.WATER LINE

Operation of vessels ...................................*............**
Operation of terminal ................................................
Incidental ........................................................... ........*.****..**************
Total transportation-Water line ................................
VI. SOELIAZOOUS OPERATIONS

Dining and buffet service ...........................................
Hotels and restaurants ..............................................
Grain elevators ......................................................
Stookyarde ....................................................**.......
Producing power sold .................................................
Other miscellaneous operations ........................................
Total miscellaneou operation ..................................
VI1. GEO.RAL

Balarlee and expenses of general officers .............................
Balarles and eaxpenseo of clerks and attendants .......................
General offloi supplies and expanse .................................
Law exp enses ....................... ............. .. .... .. ... ......
Insuran ............................... ........ .......... ..... .............. .
Relief department expenses ...........................................
Pension .......... .......... ........................... ......... .
BStationary and printing ............................................
Valuation expanses ..................................................
Other zexpenses ........................ ..............................
General Joint faclities-Dr.. ............................ ..........
General Joint facilltiee-Or. ........................................
Total general expenses ..........................................
VIZI. TRAIBPORTATIOII FOR INTISTUMIN-Cr. ..............

Total railway operating expenses asaegned / ....................


6890.813
5,263.03Z
814. 176
74%,072
864,0 4
82,169
119.399
985.769

210,590
190,153
57.302
120,920
55.892
2,754
719,80ob
671,7173
1,55.214
647,008
149,391
101,170


$1, 001,91
3.7 3,805
2,19.594
17,67"
622,u13
692,5i8




150.965
228.8293
8,220
10,228
32,086
4,h0bO
5,089
2ao,983

2,025,632
127,9 45
285. 22
47,656


$5,6o6,572
213. 7,1.26
7, 3b, 61
.264u,3b4
2,995,509
220,754
1,057,797
8.1359078

1,002,698
519,14U

2,72,53





32,760.21
1:.247

1?,725,84k
1,5606.550


$2,689,181
10,5to.993
5.092.072
1,907,875
1,158,252
11, l8i
292, 704
1,636.559

362,946
93,584
23,123
42 443
L06:.72
17, 2Z6

20,104
1,723. 09
3.,290,.789
1,.550,720
597.517
b.;9.29)


6,51 ,269
21 31 N505
7,3)5),o51
2,576,623
3,089.153
262,052
945.,488
46,855,106

1,111,111
L. 39, 584
173,968
784,172
57b,7bO0
34,880
4,979,145
2,548,775
1,734,320
2,760,161
1 175,132
1, 02.554


$3.387,914
12,20 17
8.224. 672
6,0 0
1,386,o015
1,781,975
112. 698
326. 689
952,.431
25,523
461.753
212,007
61,989
57,092
88,do06
16,290
31.681
1,458,255
4,.060,612
675,79Z
86i3 9
697.724


81,611, 37
5.572.671
2,156.639
539,753
252,812
15,507
201,148
165,378

280, 167
78,185
7,97


29,090
507,795
325,391
637.6642
909,047
261,820
1164,6110


$646,891
1.354-,00
931.732
120,062
o 0,6241
&40, 22
80,813

41,658
6,508
4,704
15,467

15.755
1.207
1216, 315
695.799
116.307
74,0135
52.935


37,919.851 23, 450,8717 218,805,051 6o,00.224 215,L53,776 80,472,719 5,-b38,963 8,921,558









1,114L,8a63 5,176,490 5,83},772 562,672
L0,390 242,182 24,752 7,733 .49 : 19 7.852
27,256 98,626 62 18,968
S31906 9,275
9,99 2,986 15.899 2,o041
185) 279.9141 59.305 4.999 9.,593 -
37,829 1,557,0145 433.288 5,24,5t.5 5 o1,028 b,,079,153 J,t142 561,713


93.356 233,788 2,279.741 582,912. 1,86135 53.0212 765,14b 130,608
2,385.001 799,108 11,7o0,580 2,506.276 9.513.76 2,508,956 2,771.25 3.8,517
1850,6o 89,535 1,2 2,016 302.070 550, 05 127,571 193.593 52.,?S
286,528 189,388 1,972,588 562,626 1,722,632 695,217 6,5.249 107,122
6,786 5,209 18,588 6,191 20,233 7.720 3.099 691
8,726 2,053 56o,103 2003. P110.o6o 181999
83.07 576.66o 4,671.350 1,578,171. 8.998.7B5 3o,806,.T 1,207,880 221, 76
129,88Z Z9,240 508,134 105.105 301,317 73.737 173,91. 25.435
37,061 22,999 125,171 22,059 122.117 32.631 30,163 10,628
93.741 58,152 588,481 212.835 38, .75 390,320 305.377 52,.96
30,999 67.992 172,879 135,928 11.9,t63 256,297 16,272 37,721
780 207 38.977 57,816 3.1,353 23.338 19.658 2.132
41,1 2,116 2,082,8616 23,299.577 5,956,691 24,637,910 8,609,386 6.oo008,900 1,007.169
7,621 1,752 4535,94} 395, 566.o23 41179 477.26[ -


74,751.077


46,835.433


136,003,891


435,736,695


165,.72,343)


114,135,0o3


19,646,870


1/ See page 13, note L.


1 Nerslae j services 1 fifrTlos i sery2nes 1 Hazzlof 1 marri.s. i AmEn" I -aEZLQAL-


71.751.07 43.76.9


INS









IS INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
)71',50
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE H-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS Of CLABS I Si LAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLASS OF SERA ICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR Ed'LLD DL"EMBLR 81,1936 -Continued

Total for regions

Southern district Western aistriot
Aoouthentn rA9gned ton orthelen raln entral We tern reton Southweetern regon
"Aooun" Aanegned Aaegne Asil Adegned As agned Assigned Ass gne -
and and and and and and and and
apportioned apportloned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to pBs 8"ger to to paBgssenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services se servvie -e-MTOM- Bervloe aervlinee servTie oner8vioL
I. MAINTENANCE OF WAX AND STRUCTURAL
Superintendence .................................................... $3.,902,788 41,122.731 13.855.6L3 $8O7 3 t5.B639,824 $1,83L.,88 2.,8 0.l ,6 566,51
Roadway malntenano.--Yard ewit.. ing tracks ....................... 306.037 15.590 350. 164 ,006 30, 3 156.586 63,26

Roawy--Der eo.tatlon--Yara wt.ohbing trokte .................... 9. Roasday--D mpreciton--Way switching tracks ....................... 10.82 1 11,7c 76
Roadway m-Daintenan-on-Running tracks........................... ... 3,73.6 1,, 3.33369 7915726 1 1,9 2,7

oUndmgro power tubti--asrd oswtching trao8 .................. 905 -
Underground power ecl ub--y switching traoke ...................... -
ondwarround power Tubn-Running tracks ............................ 3 -1 ~
Underground power tubee--D--Yardrd tohn track ...................- -
Underground power tubes--Depreostlon-- t ng tra ................... -
Underground power tubes--Deprtnning on-Runnng ra........... .............

Tunnels end subways--Yard switohing traok ...................... 1,916 49 482 47 17,051 906
Tunnels and subways--Way switahing tracks ....................... 1,0)1 1 437 1 9,50b 1,19 -
Tunnels end subways--Running tracks ............................. 31,l61 8,322 110,581 23,187 290,858 8 ,2do 2.323 365
Tunnels and aubwaya--D preolation--tIrd swltohing traake ........ *- .
Tunnels and subwiys--Depreolation--Way switohing track ......... -
Tunnels and subwaye--Deproolatlon--Running tracks ..... .......... 1,328 -
Bridges, trestles, and oulverte--Yord switahing track .......... 169,.55 6,753 209, 178 23,931 138,924 12,91 ?8,6a 1.855
Brdges, treaties, and oulverta--Way switohing troks ........... 57.413 23 65,744 36 89 ,78 10.612 I, 34 2,579
Brldges, trestles, and oulverte--Runnlng traoi ................. 2,541,508 733,904 3.098.069 612,857 )3.32,t&7 1,066.73. 2,697,175 547,07
Bridges, trestles, and oulvert--Dopreolstion--Yard switahing traos ,032 38 -
Bridges, trestle,and auLvertB--Depreolstlon--Wsy switching tracks 2,094
Bridges, tresilse, and oul.erts--Depreotatlon--Running tracks ... 148,818 9,611 6,626 36,355 77 40.567 9,.86
Elevated structures--lard switobing traoke ...................... -
Elevated structures--Way witohing Lraoks ....................... -
Elseated struotur-e--Running tracks ............................- 29 8,305
Elevated struoture--Doproolation--Yard switching trao ........ -
Elevated structurea-Depreolation--Way switching track ......... -- -
Elevated struoturea--Depreolation--Running traoks ............... -
Tles-lard switching tracks ..................................... q5, 327 33,111 1,L)1,571 51 79 701,b51 56,333 638,276 15,620
Ties--Way switching trake ...................................... )57,24.5 672 45,889 7,25 310,7 6 ,1605o 285,071 2,986
Ties-Running tracks ............................................ 6,4 8.778 1,994,21b 7.218.266 1,440.906 6,399,060 2,509,723 4.847,804 912.872
Tles-Depreolttton--TYrd switching tracks .......................- 1.22 -
Ttie-Depreclation--Way sitching traskB ........................ -- 1588 -
Tlea-Depreooation--Runnng traoks .............................. .- 23.051 2,775
Ratll--Yard switob ng tracks .................................... 216,576 9,532 253,004 11,026 220.967 20,447 100.304 4,682
Ra11s--fy switching tracks ..................................... 65.oo001 86 82,523 61b 1,151 11.565 9. ).5 42
Raile--Running tracks ........................................... 1,639,055 47 ,729 1,967.375 510,569 46,3, 106 1,31.,530 l,417,b48 )53,53)
Rail--Dapreolation--Iard switching traos ......................- -
Rall--Depreotation--way switahing traoks ....................... 501 -
Rails--Depreolation--Runnlng tracks ............................. 17,928 11,891 12,200 3,670
Other track material--Yard awtnohlng trace ..................... 299,983 15,514 473.921 25,495 343,916 32.459 245,934 14,641
Other traok aterial--Way switching tracks ...................... 72.559 113 116.990 986 125,039 8.955 67,816 1,129
Other traot matral--Runnlng tracks ............................ 1,96,295 508.133 2,491.6b5 621.280 4,157,071 1,300,16o 1.770,765 422,936
Other track materlal--Depreolatlon--ard switching tra ....... 1,018 -
Other track materlal--Depreolatoln--Wfy iwitahing track ........- -09
Other track matrlal-*Dlprnoiatlon--RniLng tracks .............. 9,b20 6,188 B,254 1,320
Ballast--lard swIthing tracks ..................................1 b.1 390 1,79 42.208 1,410 67,597 5,709 l45,957 6.027
Ballast--Way swiohing tracks ................................... 20,36 36 15,620 87 44,128 2,835 24,049 757
Pallat--Ruoning tracks ......................................... 1,233,419 329.963 695.039 142.1 1,511,064 487474 1,119.526 252 880
Ballast--Depreelatlon--lard sitohng tracks ...................- 203 -
Bellast--Diprolatilon--Way switching tracks .....................- 625
Ballaat--Depreolation--Running tracks ........................... 7,837 362
Track laying and surfsoing--Yard switching tracks ............... 1,000,875 51.216 1,325.531 67, 76 1,253,197 111,392 658,279 24,159
Track laying and surfiolng--ay switching tracks ................ 338,823 1,0O2 827,028 5:304 559.565 39.700 314.212 8,190
a ok laying and surftsong--Running tracks ...................... 8,628,202 2,708,866 9,645.165 2,239,281 L7,039.110 5.285.28 8,029,281 1,741,601
rnes, snow Ished, and signs--Yard switching traaks ............ 7,443 219 17,5 2 632 27.59 2.965 32,816 1,520
Fences, snow sheds, and signs--Way switching tracks ............. ),814 8 11,77 7b 15,939 1,560 5.810 273
Fences, snow sheds, and signe--Runnlng tracks ................... 200.029 58,327 597.033 121,4b3 637,303 196,191 3565 65 75,U5









19
37150


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU uF STATISTiCS

TABLE II-SLTMMARY OF FRIM.RY OPERA. l, [ I, E,.ILNIE A.i-iiitS UOF LLI.\N I TLEAM RAILiAYS FOlR EACH CLASS O SERVICE,
BI LuISiRICIS AND HUjIONS. F'-iR lilt. I lAk LENILI DUEL'CEMI.R Jl. 1936 -Cr.nti.liued


S'Totals for regions


Account


I. MAITESNASCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued

Fences.snow aheds,and alenas--Cpreciation--iard switching tracks
Fences,anow sheds,and elans--tepreciltion--h1ur sltching tracks
Fenoes,anow sheds nd i ne s--E1preciatioo--Ru1Oi-Lf tracks.
Station ad office "uidina gs. ...................... ..........
Station and office buildinos--Depreciation ....... ......... .....
Roadway building .......**.........**................................
Roadway bulldlngas.-Depreoiation .....................*.............*
Water stations t..........on .........***....* *..**************
Water stationes-Depreeation ....................................
Fuel stations ......**..............................................************************
Puel stations-Depreoiation ..............................****.....
Shops and engine house ...*.............................*****************
Shops and engine houses--Depreciation ..................*........
^rain elevators ..............................**...........*******************
Grain elevators--Depreciation ....*.................-........ o-..
Gtoragn iwOhaBMPc.OOao *********.*.,.***.*o*******o*************
Store warehouse ...............................................
Storage warehouses--Deproaltion .................................
farve and dooks ............********....................********************............***********
Wharves and dooke--Depreolation .................................************
Coa and ore e ..................***********************...........................
Goal and ore whearvea--Depreciation ...............................
Gas producing plants .................................*******************
Gas producing plants-Depreoiation ..............*..........*.....
Telegraph and telephone line ...................................**.***
Telegraph and telephone lice--Depreeiation ......................
Signal and Lnterloolkera ................ .......................
Signala and Interlockera--Depreolarlo. ............**....*.******.
Power plant .....................***........*.............***********
Power planta--Depreolation *...................................***
Power-tranamlteaon system ............................****************..........*****
PoeMr-tranlmlaalon aystems--Depreclatton ........................
Misolleaneoue atruoturea .....*.................*...........**-***
isacellaneoue etruotures--Depreci ation ...........................
Roadway machines .................................. .........*
Roadway machlnes--Dopreciation ..................................
Shmll tools an supplies ..........................................
Removing si lce, andm! and ......................................
Public tmproveaments--Maicdosnce .................................
Injuries to persona ,...... ........................................
Insurance ..................... ...................................
Stationery aen printing ..........................................
Other expenses .................................. ........ .. .
night-of-way expenses ............................................
rotal .................................... ...................

MaIntaining joint tracks, yards, and other facollties--Dr. .......
ainotalning joint track, yards, and otner facilitis--Cr. .......
Bqualiatclon--tay mad structure .................................
otal--All depreciation accounts .............................
Total--All other maintenance of way and structures aocornta ,
Total maintenance of way and structureso .....................

II. MAINJTENANC OF EQUIPMEni

Superintendency ..................................................
Shop machinery ...................................................
Shop maohinery--Deprectation .....................................
Power-plant machinery ..........................................
Power-plant macbinery--Daprecl tlon ..............................

Steam locomotives--Rspasre--Yard ...........................*..**
Steam locomotivea--Repatra--Other ................................
Other looacaotIve--Repatra ....................................**
Fraight-LrAtn cara--Repatra ....................................*
PosBeeogr-train cBars-RHpaire ...........................**...***


I Deficalt or other reverse Item.


southern district


isetern district


-.-r n re TlT1r A NotwFenrgo TnT A eetrl. n eates...e..o .oul.a., n r I o
souther re in 1 iorthwee: Ir rnagln Cete etjjps o e r c o


and
apportioned
to
f eight


and
apportlCorea
to passenger
and al llca
erc1 s.


i.d
apportionea
to
freight
service


arid
sppor tioed
to passenger
and allied


ar, d
rapport iooed
to
frelip
service


and
pp per toned
to passeager
and ialted
rv laoa


and
apportioned
to
freight
aaOa


a a


5.,19

350.9 V'
304
51e,667
702
280,881
426

836,75.
2:.27
1.079
19,027

284,732
16.221
77.006




2,171
1,560.012
.7 L
t,,119

5?. 338
3.893
e61, 241
1,725,



249,179
212, 22

10. 39


3.02b
101,843
17T
180.288
418
,;6, 56
27B
307" 01
L.2 i




2.437





215,933
1.01
553,123
3. 49
3,49?

4.3 539
1.336
179,801
101

187,724



56.391
14,775
11,902
3. 03


1151
LL',

,503.290
).570
196, 168
61
7b5, E0
25 '.
), 7
l,429,,q22
19,705

1,175

1,8, ?71
1 50.
538,205
1,198


578
1.435 031
57 .g8
1,252

219 5414
522
32,2214
2,010
667,804
2,672
7 75-..039
2,709,016



153.7o9
5b, 70
;: ,000
3,oror


649,44 7

32, 5P9
206,4;.

b5, 305

461.222








5,631

22, 351

597.181

17?,7 5

70,5.55
1,871
151


130,311.5
,6
77,225

30,516

3,529


$17r.
269
58,3o
1,9?, Fad
2: ,21 1

399,1641
.0,590
1.,26,809


2.: 56
1,i42,752
23. 50.3
6a










2 ,727
2.309,0714
*0 702
?64


2o, 727
956
1,148,731
6,0214

1,197,b1l6
1,213, 321


246,19

11.07C


998.247
15,773
107,916
14,206
-43.583
3149
126,o42
L11

7:, 116
1. b60



'0.3561


719


25., 541
5314
989,915
5
11,977
12.1L7
&6.043
111
5,871
450
348,732
193
3tc0, 690
E0O.027
1139,92

91,761
32,171
6,931
4,000


1973. 592


156.33 4
390. 311

126.308

645,358
2.985



82.6bl
2.578
805

407, 01
880,580
11,218

48,013

7,6149

623,-340
1,914
532,589
93,558
327.750
234, 194

201,7T45

95,10
5,054


and
apportloned
LO passenger
and allied
servLces


6275,226


32.705
107.309

5 .5as

191,062





5,056


872

102,7)1

294,438
4,490

16,347
1,996
122.429
199
10 ,168
10,517


165, 105
6,;96r


"!.1i.224 12,275.182 51,658.711 10,916,1148 69.3'.2.384 21,282,525 34.236,998 7,026.310

2,030,585 719,i78 2,233,606 596,040 ),245,163 1.349 405 1.938.557 567,967
15877,80, 50o 119 1,839,660 338.179 2, L8,890 700,012 1.275.379 295,b9l
d 12.000 d l .0 op d 40. C -
29,714 39 1 607,2o5 151 557,050 63,294 42,481 10.045
4 09,714 394 2 4 46o .2o l 4 69,581,o 6076 6.a i .o.o
-4 1Osf02.b3 -ig'TlO:t L5017,1,g6 0,;93L:919 ~ *,900.76 7,13IS. O00


2,627,465
1,181,283

103,955


20 747 225
67,069
26.333, 242


4
44,147


315,1143
11,023, 440
29

7.656,124


2,093.581
1,1 1,955
6,597
298,927
1,014

3.995,891
270,116
1979,1
9 ,984


66z,812
294,028
80, 711

216,525
7.886 117
170,726
6.791: 15


3,300.795
2,533,9?5
10,635
250,172
78
4.892.613
31,4,,,5562
13,768
1431


112a 245
931
1o, 055
10,055
381,662
1),964,870
376,729
11,879.746


1,894,707
879,779

87,2)2

2,392,025
13, 576,521
1,155
13,670,359
879


581,162
304.161

30.55'

14,565
5,759.728

4,317,523


.0DI 0-37 --3


Western distrlot








2o INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
)115" BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATirNG E;PENt.E ACCOT'NTQ OF CLASS i TEAM RAILWAYS FOR EACH CLAtS OF SERVICE,
BY Di SRI('[. AND REDOI.-NS, FOR THE I LAR ENDED DECEMBER 31 1936 -Cotinub.J
Totals for regions
Southern district western dietriot
Southern orion .. Northweseiim re ion central Weatern re ion Southweatern re Ilo1
Aooont igned Assigned AIgn an n Analgned Aeaigne A5gn Aalgn
nan an an and and and and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services servitoo serloes service services
II. MAINTENANCE OF XQUIPMWT Continued
FLoating equipment--Repairs ................................. $..08,660 2 0$ 37 *6,652 26,7 72 69,527 182 14,74 5 1 0,432
Work equipment--Repai ............................*.... ..... 79 210,94 2l6 2 1,20, .62 ;
uisosllaneous equipmeent--Repire ....................................6 r 9,519 5 0,7, 113,06292, 17
Equpent--etireents .................................. 223,172 7,54 130,2 37, 9 286.317 25,190 061 9,963
Extraordinary retlrements--Equlpment ...... .....**....**........ -
quipment--Depreoetion ......................* 18,964993 4,524.122 17,048.479 3185919 27,7 63 7.4 6 10,99.847 2,489927
tinary and printing ................ 119 6 12 7,025 15,966 21213 53 250,
Other expenses .......................... ..... .. ,128 16: 6 2, 1,8 57 8,259 2S,628
total ...............................................*** 75,750,852 25.354,897 61,914.121 20,174,628 101,821. )7.,296,207 44.722.079 13,947,210
Maintelning joint equlpment--Dr. ......................... 570, 1147 L67.526 425,654 419,13a 614,,0a 21,449 352.043 153.271
Kintaning Joint equipment--Cr .......................... 3 42,974 125.447 3 S.,634 25,669 313,093 118,518 105.526 25.687
Equalizatlon--Equipment .................................. d 2O ,000 *
total maintenance of equipment ...................... 75,978,025 25,396,976 62,041,141 20,198,097 1 o2,0o42,595 37,416,138 44,968,596 14,074.794
Ill. TRAFFIC
Superintendenoe .......................................... .4,372,13 1,211,64 2,274,229 697,35 3,665,011 1,699,336 2,647,809 675,266
A d9 2)n 48 5 -4 6 5 7. ,4. 2 5,, 3 16
Outside agencies ......................................... 49S085 1,657,459 3,590,938 l,, 8 545310 4528873 4,258,913 1,669,387
Advertlng ................................................. 143,25 1 05 .769 131: 1, 1,0 928 185,480 3,356545 199,658 687 281
rafflo .seootltions ..................................... 3125 2,015 208,36 32,439 442,280 77,069 31109 3686
Fast freight lines ....................................... 3 61 -
Industrial and Immigration bureaus ....................... 316,641 74,64a 177,166 85,96 170,361 5, 271 2214,267 29,858
Other expenses ................................ ......... .. ..2,226 59 7 619 1,67 2,993 1,782 1,67 1

Total traffic ....................................... 10,971,811 4,232.295 6,882,811 4,410,637 10,733,053 10,034.328 8.105,855 3,172,124
IV. TRANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE
Superlntendenoe .......................................... 3.8a97 1,248,0O41 3.014,446 62,923 4,717,818 1,646,287 2,499,410 685,14a
Dsptorlng trains ..................................... ... 11.ll?: 764, dl 1, 70,081 560,778 2,245,594 838,:18 909,280 278,956
Station employee ........................................ 21,698, 5 4,321,413 19, 2,757 4,260,617 26,402,951 6,289,014 12,192,216 1,811,
Weighing, inspection, and deaurrage bureaus .............. 565.,.7 5851684 1,011,432 385.016 -
Coal and ore wharves ..................................... 35 1,331,373 3,567 -
Station supplies and expenses ............................ 930,609 621,961 1,060,088 606,593 1.245,938 1,094,194 657,301 303
fara asters and yard olnrks .............................. 4.72.,572 286,086 4,031,286 208,814 4,984,3 427,511 2,83 ,389 107,50
Yard aonduotors and brasmen ............................. 11,137 370 936,079 11,1417,26 765,037 15,251,961 1.33,506 6.9 91 322a,94
Yard witch and signal tenders ...........................653,133 72,25 607,9 10, 826,724 11 9 ,64 4,
lard enginween ........................................... 6,847358 607,281 7,750,049 473,191 9.431,891 793,061 4.150,653 189,060
Yard otormen ............................................ 98,779 d7,1429 4,992 20,399 21,599 -
lard switching ful ....................................... ,839,800 306,932 4.902,509 294,008 5.551,218 439,978 2,372,54 121,520
Yard switching power produced ............................ --
lard switching power purchased ........................... 19,624 30,086 1,198 1,200 -
Water for yard locomotives ................................. 333,368 26,884 317.533 19,151 573,674 46,895 226,543 11,107
Lubricants for yard looomotives .......................... 124.868 8,369 93,066 5,711 141,0 6 12,946 79,067 3,961
Other supplies for yard loomotives ....................... 110,681 7,72 ,642 5,644 102 6 150 69,169
Enginshouse exp.ana --Yard ............................. .2,0068 ,2 20:, 1o : 2 62,427, 2,5,
ard supplies and expenses ............................ O...2 2,231 230,6 ,9 310, 099 7 17, 2
Train engiamen ..................................-. ....* 14,925, 7,2 .0 15,726,678 5,66350 22 0 10,554 66 9.518,0;1 Q
Train motormen .................................. ..... 2562 24413 ,212 327, 56 4 689 6 15. 9 1,225,M2 02,61:7
Train fuel ............................................... 18,628,472 7,885,977 19,274,082 6,655,179 33,908,183 13,627,096 12,338,430 3,905,076
Train power produced ..................................... 14,802 4,962 ,6 2 1 ?559 -
Train power purchased .................................... 62367 903 ,236 11l, 7 511 4,190 4,808 12,162
vWatr for train looo oives .............................. 1,498,285 51 36 1,3281 350 2,421.224 9 197 1,182,106 2697
Lubrricants for train looomotives ......................... 602,529 76,914 42,3 24a,834 1,010396 P" 6 10, '12 62,072
Other supplies for train loaotives ..................... 330,355 153457 203,8 99,730.131 9 210 5 0,092
1 Deficit or other reverse Item.








INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION El
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE II-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATIVE, EXT'ENSFr iCOITNTS OF CtLASS T &,TFAM R.lILWA.YS FOR EACH CLAB6 OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND RLWION iO Foj 1HE. EAR ENDLD L'tCEMBER 11. 1936 --.otlinued

lotals for regions
3oJtbern district eastern district
oatben reion Northwestern re ion Central Western reon Sothwes.ern rfleon
S nt A ssigneas d Assalgred Ass 1g d Aasgned Assigned A signed Asignmed
oan andnd ed ad aud and and and
apport ioned apportioned appor t toned apportioned apport toned apportionrd apportioned apportioned
to to paseaager to to peasenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight snd allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service services service services service services
IV. rRANSPOilIlO--P.AU [ni. Continued
E s expenses--ran ..................................... .3, 83i497 82 040, 372 5i.6108.5 *1,701,692 $.002, 12j 52,6o04,307 *2,055,79 1758.964
1 p36..............1 5.... :2.. 12. .......................... 5 L14,%90 i 0.'8 i:L409.7'9 .L:9513 2.0
aoliae etn....................................................... 17, 71 51 6, 9 7, 80, l}2 122, 9,019 3L,93.0511 .9a,004
lre n Spplae.--;a enspht n ................................ *............ .b,177,5 ;,90, 3 ,0.4147 5,, 6.19.78'9 238L,967 2,2745 3

Operating flattinrd eqar ...19n........... ........................ 58202 19, ,32,k
Signal tnd int. rlodcr oper iaona ........................ ..... L, 1. 19,2 ,, a 10-1:9 1,99, 975 912,2. 21 895,019 ,0,,Bg
Croatng protect on .............................. ............ ...54. 3.2,8 91. 52 393, 1, oa:, 1g 2 9,791 46&. a25 1,105

rtoatIoae open ra tin ................... .............. ..... ....1 2, 77,30 o59 1 57o6, 2 17 8,97 ,890 .9.18 ,81
tleorlpd n telephone operate n ............................. 53b,6 3 177 ,6 798.F9 22b,b7 1,250,b8 8 ',7b.588 5 7,82 ? 138,700
Opert ngs los.tn equpmen .............:..:: .................. .....119,0 2,298 86,o 5 ,582 .2041.28 119,73 16,720
Express se ice ............................................... ...*********************
Sat one an prtr ............................... 701,67 2, 79 515,52 o, 320 708,191 311,125 L181 10,Ok*
Oaele a nd rexp s ..t.r ................................ .... i.,66 5517 2 b 59..98,51 1 1 9,550
hr in e ........ ...........................***************8 7 8 419 172.80 .6 52070 2005
oleertng e ............................................... ..5 29,72 277,511 2 370, 00 32,1.0 206,070 11,7
L:ange to property ............................................... .... '.31 5 15.0, 735 20L,301 b5.701 258.051 9u,391 208,294 59,879
Do to livestock on rtgl. -or-sy ............................... 2.. 55 28,63 11.2869 1.806 14 2 2 69,1 149,991
Lo..s ad dm.ae-l r aghto.......................................... 2,5 93 2 0
Los an l dsemae--Bagsage .......................................... 511,5 4,5 15,840 10253
inj.urles to per sona .................................................... 1,55, 31 1.271,. 9 1,250.661 429,928 l,U72,318 782,043 1,092,023 15.,32
Cparsting Joint yards oad ter7i nals--T ......................... 851 ,78 3, 97,7 5.574,59 2,740, 3,137,46 1.356,962
CperatlUg joint yards mid tomndiale--Cr ............ ....... ....... :677,107 624, 2 '2, 37,599 5 9t,19 12,6 90522 96 1,31 2588,91 0,
Crt Joint tracks mo factile--" .. ........ 875, 81 191,529 1, 42,655 3 69,60 1,536,9140 251,2 58,391 55
Cper aeg joint trcka end lacilte--...... ........................ 1, 270,817 1,0147.08 330,52 ,2.37, 41 631.712 290.33
Cperating joint tracks and clicle--Lr*..............................30,t3 270,84 1 2699.h* 64217
lat1 tranporttlon-Rll line ................................. 30,620,136 45,160,103 128.772.802 38,297,525 188.3J8,.0 68,756,994 83.865,72 22,3114,0.43
V. TRAISPORTATIOlN--WATER TLIN
Operation of vessels ....................................*** .........
Operation of te rindals ..........................*.................******.
taluaidon f tBO, *******, .*******************************.* 0
Onctdental ..p.........................*********.....*** **********
Total troneportation--Water lias.............................


ataeland restaurantsl .......................................... .. ************.015 221,1 346,193 113,985 03.2 7 200,177

ProdIng per sold ....................................O Il.. ..... 6199 15 144 11520 7796
Other lsoelleneous operations ............................ .....L. 40908 '20,1417 129.899 2,733 13L,579 121,150
Total mricellaneoua operations ............................... 93,555 3.501.665 290,472 3.359.535 462. 14 7,846,925 115,840 2,008,729
VII. G EnnAL
Sala rea tlea xpene.s of geral officer ........................ 1,583.239 511,125 1,437.930 381,379 1,950, 1I 7U, 468 t 496,415 362 g81
Selarles and expenses of clelrksa a attendant ................. ...... 8, ,91),h7 7,220 ,570 1,7 ,18, 166 10,500.15 3.4 :555 5,626,731 1,140,365
General ic supplies and expe n o ses. ... .....* ................ 512,2575 R.? 5I,1,21 k'4 1 6 177 146 011 260 207 1522,80} l2,369
a expenses.....................................................11,327 5,101 988,705 ,531 2'9,027 3,892 8,7 81 2,488
Insurance. ....................................................... 11,3.27 3,936 14.233 :553 20.927 89" ,. M,
Reliet department expenses .................................... ...,22 18,01 66,L52 26,066
Pensions .......................................................... ,9,922 2 1698, R 2, 4. 3 796,939 5,075,52192 5.6o,443 514,956
Stationery and printing .......................................... 380,102 90, o 319,551 56.532 12 32 1i0,4 68 266, U2 5 ,8s9
ValuatIon expense ....* ......................... ........... .51,223 19,574 121,503 40,978 921' 74 ,660 109,818 30,9
Other expensess.............................................66,892 152,509 256,577 77,570 998,272 425,180 257,302 71 4190
Uensrl joint falLoles--Dr. .*.............................. ......... .92,847 123,152 117,o71 105.932 199,150 150,708 137,650 81,885
General joint facilltlem--Cr................ ...................... 221,675 lOO4 16,994 L3,351 27:431 13,033 9.357 .301o
ota general expenses....................................... 15,502,025 4.370,302 13.,92,571 3,718,.628 21,133,361 8,026,. 49 11,373,117 2,708,572
VIII. TRAJMSPORTAI1NH FOR nVBSTNIMt--Or. ....... 362,011 6,854 762.610 9,138 1,75b,2%6 6,48O 761,997 2,152
Total railway operating expenses aslgned I ................ 276.071,542 95,1145,028 262,757,844 81.146,299 39L.791,614 154.,006,317 182,567.369 51,594,716
A Deriaolt or other reverse Item.
V/See page 13, note 1.









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TABLE H-A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF ( L 1.0 I .WITCHING AND TERMIAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR I H E V F: .% ENDED DECEMBER 21, 1988

Totals for districts

All districts Eastern district Southern district Western district
-A.ssgflfU As-sa-igned a i As 0nod Assigned Asa gr.sd Asigned Assigned
Account and and Aan and and cod and ard
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportionea
to to pasonger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight crd a led freight and llied freight ad allied freiut and ailted
service services 8rvioe -soic es service sehrtenes ser vice srces

I, MAITEIIANCE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES
Superinterdenoe ............... ...............................-...... ....************* 9 83 59 51 .912 9,9638 100 1309,26 30,
oadwasy man eranmc--Yard swtlching tracks ................................ 377..57 15, 19490 L2 2,62
Roadway maitance--Wy switching tracks ................ *1........ 2.3. 573 23. 573,514 1,166 1,270 661
Rosdwq caltmcocano--R n nin tracks ..................................... 61,4o 09 2,6 7?9 20,51 3,,66 13,270 .1
Roadwi i-Dprelr.antio--Yrd swin ig tracks ... ................. ..................... 35 2 74
Rodw...Depre tlon-- d stc g tr a ...........*..........** *******......***..** -
Roadway--Depreclleion--Way sldtrbing tracks **....******************** -
hoady-Dproolltio--Ruin tracks **.........*.......**********.............** *****......
Underground power tubes--Yar switcing tracks **.**.......******..***..........*********... -
Underground power tubea-:*ay iting tracks *.....***.....**************..........
Underground power bes--unning tracks .....**...........****.*******........*******........
Underground power t.hes--repreooition--Yard switching tracks .....*... .
Underground power tubBes--epreoitlaio--y aSitahln tracks ........-- -
Underground power tube.-DepreOcato--Punalg tr ......*******......**..***
Tunnels a subways--Yard switching tracks .............................. 15,7s0 7,46o ,5,8 320
Tunnels and subwaya--WSar seitLbin tracks ............ ............ ..... 15,3 15,81
Tunnels and submawys--Runring rcracks .....................................*********** -
Tunnels and subways--rpreclation--Yard switchlng tracks ................ -
Tunnels and msub aya-Deprecist ton--a7y switching tracks *******.........******..... -
Tunels and I ubways--Depreciatlon--Running trank ****.***................*******....***** -
Bridges, trestles, and calverts--TYard switching tracks .................. 9.77 ,382 234,917 82 1,659 113.211
Bridges, Lreatle, and allerts--fy switching trasca .................... bI?1 95 316 9264 527 4,720 100
Bridges, tretl;es, ad culverts--Rumnnig tracks ......................... 17,679 1, 3,695 3 9,6 1
Bridges, trestles, mad olveart --Depreciation--Yard switching tracks .... 37,799 28,71 928 -
Bridges, trestles, and culverta--Depreattion--F switching tracks ........- -
Bridges, treltles, and culverts-.Deprciatlon---hunnim g tracks ***.***....** *- "
Blevated structures-Yard stchig tracks ..............................***** 23,929 670 259
Slevated structures-S witching tracks ......... .........*******..***....*** -
levated ructura-Rnning trai ...................***** .........******************.. ..- -
Elevated truotorea-Deprecitldon--Yrd switching tracl ................- -
Elevated struotures--Depreclation--wsy switching track ,..............***** "
Elavsted structuras--Deprolaon-unning tracks ..........**...**..******......* -
tion--Yard owitchtrg tracks ............................................. 666,294 3-3.82 484,900 22.279 7,171 483 174,223 21.120
78ea--hag switching tracks ......................................*.........****** 1,.42) L- ,23 -
Ties-unning tracks .................................................... 113,363 35 78,257 11,07 9,050 51 26,056 4,
Ties--Depreolstlon--Yard switcblng tracks ............................. ... 392 392 -- -
Ties-Depreoliaton--Way witehig track ................................***** -
Tiem--Deprclation--RunningL tracks ...................................... **********
Ralls -Yard switching tracks ............................................ 1.6,585 1,4o00o 86.910 7.142 2,925 72 56,750 6.186
Rall.-iWa switabing tracks ............................................. t>,96i -
Raile--RunniLg tracks ................................................... 27,891 ,.288 16,982 7,.61 3,212 183 7,697" i,61
Raile-Deprectarion--Yard switchbing tracks .............................. 522 522 -
Ralls--DepreltatLon--Way switcdilg tracks ............................... -
Ratla--Dcpreoiatton--Runnig tracks ...................................... -
Other track mterial--Yard switching tracks ............................. 394.2, 47.965 2.?33, 20.425 3,7 17 17,4t 27,366
Other track material--l swritching tracksi .............................. 4, 30 4*,.03 OB
Oth.r track at.eril-Bf ig tracks ..................................... 66.8,56 27,0l 4.719 22,7 3,152 179 1,95 9oa.
Otmhr track materlal--Dliepz'eclt on--Yard switching tracks ................ 6L7 hi?7 -
Other track matarila--Depreciation--Way switching track ................ 6 7 -
Other track materlel--Depreulation--Running tracks ...................... -
Ballast--Yard switching tracks .......................................... 4.2.835 h.C00 51,2851 .127 1 n551 877
Ballasl--Way switching tracks ........................................... 7.48 -7 L70
Ballast--Runnim tracks ................................................. 11.2 2,36B 10.0O0 2,179 33 19 934 .
Ballast--Deprecatilon-Yard switching tracks ............................ 6b 66 -
Ballast--Depreclatlon-Way witching tracks .............................. -
Bal]ast--Depreclation--lhmn lg traoks ................................... -
back laying and surfacing--Yard switching tracs ....................... 969.476 89,564 698,52l4 49,52 8,065 390 28,657 39.592
Track laying and surfacing--Way switching tracks ........................ 43,11466 4 ,16
Track laying and surfacng--Running tracks ............................... 18,195 41, 27 98,869 3. 9.876 5 9.10 6.43
Pences, ano shds, mind slgis--Yard switching tracks .................... 5.899 663 2,958 232 21 2,920 '1
Pences, now ateds, and sIgns--Way swicitlng tracks .................... 1
Pen.es, .ao sheds, idl slgns-Running tracks ........................... 6,097 1 303 1.181 165 171 10 ,, 28









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BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE II-A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OrERAIING EXPENSE ACCOUINTS OF CLASS I SWITCHENO AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR THE TEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1936 -Continued

Totals for districts
All dlItrl1bt Eastern del.riot Southern distrlat Western district
Assigned Assigned asIlnd Assigned Assigned Assigned Asstgned Assignedld
Account an and ann an d ,nd a ean
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportiloned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to pseaenger to to passenger to to passeqger to to paseengor
freight and lited freight ssd allied freigl and allied freight m allied
-s-A-L erZl-l-e o ero srvl ea servla sBervinne .nt.. eniseslon nt nLa
I. MAIENlTENACE OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Contimoed
Penoea, snow sheds, and alBns--Depreoition--Ysrd switching tracks. 6762 6762 -
Fenoae, snow sbade, and signs--Depreciation--Way switching tracks -
Fenoea, anow sheds, andt lgns--Deprloiation--Running tracks .. ..
Station ad office buildimsa ........................... 2.o,6 $.40,953 109,053 $305.171 15,72 12,715 9211 11 06
Station and office build Loas-Depreolation ........................ 155,90 15,088 876
Roadway buildings ................................................. 29,967 2,003 20.2)9 1,333 6Wo 35 9.088 695
Roadway butldngs--Depreciaton .............. .. ............... ..... 7 12 2,560 -
Water stations .................................................... 63,620 16.087 52.787 11w,4lC 311 17 10.522 66;
waterr stations-.Deprecation ...................................... ,71 1,379 -1, 52
Fuel stations ....................................................... 36,60 16.932 19,92 9,092 445 2- 16,168 7.816
Fuel stationa--D.preceitJ.on ........................................... 6,578 9. 9 -5 5.123
Sop and engine houses ............................................ 164.2J65 132.335 108, 19 95,'28 4.217 2.161 51.509 4,666
Shop and egis housea--Depreation ********............********...............********** 36,487 7 9 29.28
Grain elevators .................................................. 28 -
Orain elevatore--Depreotation .................................... ,670 0,670
Storage warehouses ................................................ 2,096 2,096 -
Storage warahouses--Depreolation ****................................. 3,057 2,o79 378
Wharvs and docks ................................................. lid,070 22,11 19,770 96,169
Wharves and docks-Depreciatlon ..................................... 51,529 10,79 0780
Coal and ore tmrves ................................ ... 13.972 13,972 -
Coal and ore aarve--Deprection .................. ............... 7,200 7,200 -
Gas produoang plants .............................................. .
Gas producing plants--Depreclatona ....................... ........- -
Telegraph and telephone lines ...................................... 59,U42 20,30b 5i,lbb 11.123 540 k9 ?.736 9,1)
telegraph and telephone linea--Depreoiation .......................- -
Signals an! interlockers .......................................... .2,93 255.811. 214.;78 183, &0 2.605 148 115,710 71.,826
8Lgnals and lnterlockera--Depreciation ................. .......L.... ,7 67 12,30
Poser plants ...................................................... 2,62. 14,668 1,725 9.717 899 4.951
Power plant--Deprealation ........................................ 5.750 5, 750
Power-transmiselon spatems ........................................... 129 81,941 9.08 60,800 3,596 21,163
Power-transmlsIlon syetms--Depraeciation .......................... 11 -
MiLcellaneous structures ................... .................. 7,336 5.72 7,158 717 178
Mlioellaneous structures--Depreoiolion ............................ 21,870 -21870
adway machnas .................................................. 2.,025 2.536 18.966 i,366 1,365 73 3.696 1,099
Roadway mac -Depreoltion .....*............................... .249 66 2,185 -
Sall tools and muppile .......................................... 51,000 21,761 52,97b 15,173 1,178 63 26.846 6.525
Removing anow, ls, a sand ...................................... 217,66~ 77,166 161,719 65,202 55.925 11,96N
Public imps amv ts-.saintenance ................................. 64,563 20,007 37.128 15,002 1,538 63 25,897 4,922
injuritee to person ................................................ 9,776 10,828 29,899 8.015 69 5 9,808 2,808
Insurance .......................................................... 49,055 26, 88 2),086 22,507 1,172 312 21,797 ),569
Stationry and printing .......................................... 7.307 2,632 5.337 1,961 121 9 1,:69 662
Other expenses ................................................... I 3.795 236,290 / 3..383 23b,228 31 2 381 60
Right-of-way expenses ......................................... ..... 86 82 858 82 5-
Total ........................................................ 5,881,396 2.083,972 3,690,368 1,585,81L 114,340 10,800 2,046,688 687.331
Maintaining Joint tracks, yard., and other facilltles--Dr........ 484,968 4,310 471,279 2,835 30 L13,46 11475
Maint inning joint tracks, yards, and other facilities--Cr. ........ 1.563,672 2,012,865 1,091,190 1,583.883 27.016 2.021 445,.66 426,961
3qualisation-Wsy and structures .................................. -
Total--All depreciation Moounts ............................... 392.25 79,50 312,80k
Total--All other maintenance of way ad structures acuntss 610. 4i 75.117 2.991.007 4.793 117.664 8.779 1.301.767 6
Total maintenance of way and strutoeure ...................... ,802,692 75,U17 ),070,.57 ,793 117,66 ,8779 1,61,1,57 61.1
11. MAIirTANOE OF EqUIPMEsmT
Suprrlntcndmue ..................................................... 350,016 12o0,l62 270, 51 92,606 10,381 1,089 69,090 2,.
Stop amchie7 .................................................... 86,6 77.46 71.061 1 -6,0 l 3.591 379 11.9 11.32
Sop msehinery-4)apreataton ...................................... 293 2,63 26,869 -
POr-plaut mchia=ry ............................................. IS... ll9,4511 9,969 95,252 543 57 541 ,1
Power-plant chIry--epreaton ............................... 25,366 -
8team l eoaeottves --irepairs--T. d .................................. 2,535,016 367,364 1,950,719 217,383 366 525 583,931 149,456
Stem lmetlwee-Bepslr--Ortr ................................. 59,191 3,365 59,191 3,365 699
Othr locouctlves--aEpalr ......................................... 21,591 100,195 15:512 100,195 1,699
PeLght-train ears--Repsir ....................................... 1,802.915 1,675.163- d 8.978 136.730
Pasusenger-tranl o --Repii ..................................... 7,105 5.666 1,439 -
d DeficiL or other reveres ten.
' inoludee l, 560, representing snmortisatlon of terminal property.









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II-A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY uI'ERAT[IN EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CLASS I WI'B AN TERMINAL CANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY [,rdiciTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE YEAR ENL.I LF.CEIBLR 1. 1%6 -Contmrud


-t


Account


All district I


astern district


I______ + r- -----


AssigneA
apportioned
to
freight


apportioned
to passenger
and allied


asausi e
and
apportioned
to
freight


Totals for distriots


Southern district


Western district


s a ned A d A
& Aae 4 As d


end
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


apportioned
to
freiat


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


and
apportioned
to
freight


-w--
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


service services servigg ?.5
service services e asses-.


II. EAIHTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT Continued
Floating equipment- epairs ......................................**
Work egupmat--pairs .........................................********
Niecellsacn ou quipmnt-fopalr ..................................
Equlpment.-Retirements .............................****..........****.....*********
extraordinary rotirements--Equipmnt ..............................
Equlpmen --Deprecation **..*****************************...........................*********........
ltjuries to persona ............. .................. .............
Insurance ............................................*******************************
Steatonry and printing .................................*******.........************
Other expenses ................................***************************.***********...................
Total ........................................................
Maintatinag Joint equipment--Dr ..................................
Maintaining Joint equipment-Cr. .................................
Equalization--Bquipment ...........................*................
Total maintenance of equipment ...............................
III. TRAFFIC

Saperintendoa c ..................................................
Outside agencies ..................................................
AdvTrtiing .......................................................
Traffic assooiations e ...........................................
PFat freight lisn. ...............................................
Industrial and immigration bureaus ................................
insurance ............ ...........................................**
Stationary nd printing ................................**...***.. **
Other expenses ...................................................****
Total traffic ................................................


S OupflrlndenO *...****.***************,,**,*********************
IV. TRANSPORTATION.-RAIL LIES
Superintendence ..................................................a
Dispatohig trains ................................................
Station mplaboye .................................................
Welghl inspection, stand deourre bureaus*.......................
Coal end on whe ..................................................
Station upplies and expenses .....................................
Yardiats ad yard oclrk .......................................,,
Terd conduotor and braman k ......................................
Yard switch .an signal teers ......................................
Yard enginedan ...................................................
Yard aotorn *.......*..............................................
Yard Birtching fuel ...............................................
lard awitohing power produced ............................
lard switching power purchased ....................................
Water for yard locoantivee .......................................
Lubrioasta for yard locomott av ..................................
Other suppliea for yard locomotives ..............................
agenshousa expenosee-Yard .......................................
Yard supplies and epansae ........................................
Train engicnen ...................................................
Train motorman ....................................................
Train fuel ........................................................
Train power produced ..............................................
Train power purchased ............................................
Water for train locomotive .......................................
Lubricants for train loceotivac ..................................
Other supplies for train loconotivee ..............................


$50,594
6,271
8,333

1,328,796
38,972
37,857
3 o1


$9,206
8,490
52

142,202
17,7:129
6,993
228


$50,594
78,159
2,361
7,395

1,081,49
32,674
32,579
9;520
2,753


$3,722
463


133,616
15,847
7,174
5,158
186


$1,478

32




30


$a7,720
3,91i
901


5, 752

221


15,373.




U8b
1,800
39


6,523,205 967,934 5,293,370 704,358 68,467 7,137 1,161,368 256,439
127,711 1 124,895 2,816 1
281,o84 901,964 177,524 672,233 2,925 306 101,435 229,425

6,369,032 65,971 5,240,741 32,125 65,542 6,831 1,062,749 27,015


151,067 23 103,204 23 47.,863 -
26 164,48 4 '- 11
I-
21,536 '2: 1 -

5,934 3,011 2,923
186 18 -
18,493 14,083 4,410
50 ---50-
353,329 23 2226,885 23 -,- 16,4144"-


981,905


1,616
189,146
1,933,626
6,329.047
583 .710o
4,5 ,38}
32, 445


290.024




117,705

47,120

2,015
2,204
2,800


Io r


115,706




933.165
228.481
L. 049,386
367.892

72.931
439,219
3.667
25.21

8,455
120,256
100,1434
10,253

10,107

767
139
171


724,180
120,572
12 6
1,280,078


81,811
1,221,936
4, 369,22}
353.366
3.235,943
26,733
2, 723,223

201,921

240
63j,882
117,705

47,120

5.015
2,204
2,600


80,633




774, 303
157.332
701.785
227,251
355,595
72.931
3,0b7
25 231
11.551






10,10?

706
1B9
S171


6,982
2,861
106,887
2,314

13,584
3 16
9,016



61,169

1,296
837

2:,476


719
163
15,783



3,699
653


3,268

73.
117

98


250,743



93,751

1.899,808
226. 95
1,263,a 6
5,712
773,573

86,807
20,606
20, 764
187.832
67.593


I I I ________ I _________ I J


3354
6,932
1,204,1


155.832
09.258
31,902
206, 6bo9

1i0, 164



3.139
3.823
29.393
3",711


d Defelit or other reverse Item.


Eastern diS*riOt










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 0jg
BUREAULr OF STATISTICS

TABLE II.A-StiMMARI OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENrE AI'I01 lN r OF CLABS I SWITCHiNG AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EAOH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY 1DIS1RICrt AND REGIONS. FOR 'TE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. 1936 -Continued

Totals for districts


Account


AI1 dl strict


Assigned
and
appor t oned
to
freight


_____________________ J I. .--.----.- ---
Assig ned 585 15050
Sgml 55150 aesi ceo A5*15050 essigowo


Assigned
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


Aaslgneoo
and
apportioned
to
freight


A@aagneu
and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied
.asrvise.


ABag no.
and
apportioned
to
freight
service


service 71 ---

IV. TRANSPORTATI0N--RAtL LINE Continued e


knglnehouse expenseB--Traln ....................**..............**************..**
ramn ...............................................***********************************
Train suppiLes and expenaea .........................*************
uOpserating alaepiLg car ...........................*****************...
Signal a d tnterlocker operator ................................***
Crossing protection ............................................*****************************...
Drawbridge operation .............................................
Islograph and telephone operation ............................*****
Operating floating equipment ................*.......... ...........
Express service .............**......................................********************************
Stacionary and printing ...........................................
Ot.bhr xpnses ...................**********.......******........*********************
nsuranca .............. .************************************..... ......
Cl ar wr aks .......... ............ *********************.... ..........
Damage to property ..............................................**

Damage to livestock on right-of-wy ............***..................
Loma and dsmage--PretSht ........................................**********
Lose and damae--Begage ..........................******************
InJuries to persona ..........................******************.....................

Operating joint yards and tennals--r. ....................***......
Operating joint yards sad tfrminals--Cr. .................*.......
Operating joint tracks and facilitese--Or. ........................
Operating joint tracks and facilitleo--Cr. ........................

Total tranaportat on-Rael lina ..............................
V. TRAIISPORTATION--WATER LINE

Operation of vessela .............................**.............**
Operation of termlnala ............................................
Incidental .................................***.......................
rotal tranaportsaton-liatOr line .............................
VI, MISCELLANiEOUS OPERATIONS

Dining and burrt service ...................................************
Hotels and restaurants .................................************
Grain elevator ........................................************
Stokyard ...........................................*****************
Proding power sold ....................................***********
Other aisoaellansaous oparatlons ......................***.........********

Total miscellaneous operations ...............................******
VII. GENERAL

Salariss and expenses of general offers ........................* *
Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants ....................
General office supplies and expenses ..............................
Law exponsee ................................................****
Insurance ...................................................***********************

Relief department expenses .....................................***
Pensions ................................................********************
Stationery and printing ***..................*......*......*.......
Valuation expenses ........................................**************
Other expenses ....................................................**************

General joint facilltles--Dr. ...................................**
General Joint fallitles--Cr. .....................................

Total general expenses .......................................************
VIII. TRANSPORTA7IOH FOR INVEBSTIRIT--Cr. ......

Total railway operating expenses assigned / ...............*.


570, 75A
360.673
],T79)
5 ,204
106,093

141, 296
a6,256
35,509


?75
62,6

302?, 20
300, 679
2,583.0B97
203, lIt


9,589


37,526
16.061
15.57


.172
,800
12,038
33,299


3.6)6
141, ". I
3),676
E.,oo,941
6, 20


$1j.772
IN: 173
123.,32
250,516

213.952

i0ti,093



82,09B91
2b. C159

25,590

60,0B 3
150,409
569,69b

197,586
7J>0 5 2


9.536
260o,77
3,603o
10,65




3.298
3.683
28,03


2, o0,
102.312
10,115
5,5690
-.i 71


S9l,21b
6,421

26,275
5,690
2,155


2.b46
298
151
6so

L13

3,793


"*,199
16.,199


and
apportioned
to paasenger
Usi allied
services


.55

365

5, b
192


93
3
193





26E


2.899
70


and
apportioned
to paessnger
ansi allied
services


$1.729

4.528



4,52





1.029
38,851
3.356
2,112 .352


apportioned
to
freight
service


5,660

11n3,15
120,01
267
,8000


55,663
l6,67}
11.652
13. 135

132
22.590

117.995

5.,699
5,530
5,321L


co oc .^. -- -
-222,21.,-3 h67,8 15,5'.B1,5Ll 7bOub 359.764 40,110 6,009.706 l351.342










S35.034 35,034 7
7211 -7211
117,76 117,73 -
1,b -- 1,600

126,567 35,034 117,736 35,03 ,11


2o,0 91.365 296.005 b7.174 1,35. 142 123.681 26.029




,902 x .3,000 5.390 o. o 52 3:
565,6 1,4 169.97 10,617 212 2a 2 .6B ,601.




260, 7 O, OO ; 5 ,h3 -2 1108 O 8.326
35,703 1,20 7s60 57 167 17 1b7
17,225 6,33 15,202 4,2 2,02
53 223 34 137,16 65 427 18,152 5.392

237.252 513,415 171 385. 3 1,377 11 64,379 17,9

1.63,921 1,3 1,5.1 2,215 12,713 1,704 474,327 10,21.9
220.27 ~2 927 150.99 ---~
3,273 3,y005. 110 1
^ no b9


35,502.531


655B,OU


25.650,505o


I I ________ .1 _________ .1


I/ Excludes unassigned operating expenses as follows: ALL districts $27.949; eastern llit-tct .578: southern alstrict -P eastern dletrict 27,7L; e England region -; Great Lakee region -
Cantral Eastern region $578; Pooahontas region -: southern region -; Northiweatern region -: Lentral esterni region doLhetern egion 27,371


Eastern diatrlcL


Southern iartrict


Wester distrliot


555,5753


150,196


57.424









.6' INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
31150 BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE H.A--SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE ACCOUNTS OF CL.1m I '1IT1rHIN.6 AD TERMTIAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, FOR THE IL.\R ENDED 1,ElCEMBER .31, 1936 -(Coununed

Totals for regions

Eastern district Southern district

and and and ad ad end and 1
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passmenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services AerviLo servi:ons Ser iton n rvaeilj.- -JUEln rflEla

I. MAINTENANCE OF WAY AND STRUCOTUR
up orint ndenoe .................................................... 6,131 $108,97 654154 $233,602 52,96o
Roadway manitenanoe-ard pitching trk ......................... 2,53 39,087 6752 205,816 1928
Roadway maintenanoe-Way swltohing tracks .......................... 965 26,660 79
Roadway malntenance-RunnIng tracks ................................ 2
Roadway--Depreciation--Y rd switching tracks ......................- -
Roadway-nDepreolation--Way switching tracks ........................
Roaday--Depreolation--Running tracks ..............................
Underground power tabes--lard switching tracks .....................
Underground power tubes--Way switching tracks........................ -
Underground power tubes--Running tracks .......................... .
Underground power tubes--Depreoiation--Yard switching tracks .......
Underground power tubes--Depreoiatlon--Way switching tracks ........ .
Underground power tubs-Delpreolation--Running tracks .............*
Tunnel and ubay--Yard switching traok ................................... 7,6o -
Tunnels and eubways--Way switching tracks ............................- 15,13 -
Tunnels and subways--Running tracks ............................... -
Tunnels and subways--DeprOlation--Yard switching tracks ........... -
Tunnels and subways--Depreolatlon--Way switching tracks ............ -
Tuneals and ubwarse--Depreolation--Running tracks ..................
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts--Yard seitchIng tranks .............- 6o,104 226 174,813 156
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Way switching treaks ............... ,645 136
Bridges, trestles, and culverts--Running tracks ........................ 2,45 36
Bridges, trestles, and oulverLn--Depreotation--Yard switching track 2471
Bridges, trestles, and oulverts--Deproolaton--Wy switching tracks. -
Bridga., treatles, and oulverta--Depreciltion--Running tracks ......
Elewated structures--Yard switching tracks ......................... 670
Elevated structuree--Way switching tracks .......................... -
Elevated atrioturBe--Runnlng tracks ........ .................. -
Elevated structures--Depreooation--Yard switching tracks ......... .. -
Elevated strutures--Depreoiatlon--Way switching tracks ............
Elevated atructures--Depreolitn1on-Rtunnlng tracks .........*......
Tles--Yard switching tracks ........................................... 7.951 159.86 325,036 14,28 -
TIes--ay switching tracks ........................ ............ 1107 7 151 00
Tee--Rnning troks ..............................................************- 10 77150 11007
Tiea--Depreciation--Yard switoing tracks ..............-........... 9
Tiem--DmpreolatoIn--Way anitahing traok.s ................. ........ -
Ties--Deprecistion--Running tracks ................................. -
Raila--lard switching track .............. ..... 5.... ,390 30.149 151 56,761 1,601 -
Rails-Way switching tracks ......................................... 16 3 6l.
Ralls--Running traok@ .............................................. 539 16,43
Ralls--Depreotition--tard nwitohlng traok .......................... 522
Ralls--Deprsolation--Way switching tracks ......................... -
Raille--Depreotation--Runnllng traole .................................
Other track material--Tard witohing tracks ........................ 6,919 85,042 1,581 1148,292 11,925
Other track materiel--Way wiltohing tracks ............................. 4 6008 22
Other track material--Running tracks ................................ -ll 22
Other track matrilal-DepreoLation--Isrd switching traoke .......... -
Other track mate-ral--Deprealatocn--Way swithing tracks ........... -
Other track material--Depreoiatlon--Running tracks ................... -
Ballast--Tard witchting trucks ..................................... 160 10.206 135 21,078 2.8 2
BalMst--Way .witohtng tracks ...................................... 10 2,179 -
Ballast--Running tracks ............................................ 79
Balla t--Depreelation--Zard switohing reaks .......................
Ballait--Dwprnotatlon--Wl switching traoks ........................ .
Ballst--DepreoLatlon--Running tracks .........................*..... -
Treak laying and surfeeing-Tard switching traok .................. 21,308 IL,962 457,216 37,620
track laying and orfaclng-Way switching tracks ................... O
Track laying and mirfaolng--Running tracks ........................... ),632 i 330
Fanoes, snow sheds, and signs--lard swttahing traoks ................ 1,27 3 1.681 229
lenoes, anow sheds, and signs--Way swithabng tracks ..................... 6
Palees, enow aheba, and gn--Running track ............. ..........- 17 99 16










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS S71O
TABLE II.A-SMMARH OF PRIMARY OPERATING EXPENSE A T'-,NTS 1VF CLASS I SWIT('1NG AND TERMINAL rOMPANIEB FOR LACH CAS OF B ERVIOE,
BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. FOR lHE ILAR ENDED DECEMBER 31,1936 -Conmnued


Totals for regions


and and and =ana adl acm Ean -
apportioned pprtione apportioned apportioned pporti poroned apportioned appaortoned apportioned
to to Passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to Passenger
freigS and allied freight and allied freight and allid freight and allied
_ier_ iservicesH_ vinsriLi siRna nionr mi aine -rtRi
1. MAINTEU AGN OF WAZ AND STRUCTURES Continued
Fences, snow shads, and signe-DepreoiatUon--ard owltohing traoke $762
Fences, enow sheds, and sIgne-Depr olatlon-Way switching trsnok ..- -
Fences, snow shede, and eigns-Depretciaton-Running tracks ........
Station uad office buildings ....................................... 9b7,i)39 622,-'1 g149.58 86.582 $187,971
Station and office buildings-Depreciatlon ... ..................... 15 ,088 -
Roadway building .................................................. 2,713 255 17,526 1,078
Roadway buildinge--Depreciatlon ............................... ...... 12
Water station ...... .............................................. 7, 10 45.377 13, o0 S
Water statione-Depreolaston ....................................... i9
uel stations ........... .......................................... 7.524 -12, 9,092
Fuel atL toone-Depreolation ....... ................................. L -
Shops and engine houses ........................................... -32. 58 11.114 76,161 4, ,41
Shops and engine houses-Depreolation .............................. 7. 459 "-
Grain elevator .....................................................- -
Grain elevators--Deprecatlon ........................................ -
Storage warehouses .................................................. 0 2 96
storage irshouses-Depreolation ................................... ,67
Wharves and Aoaks ............. .................... ................ 22. L
Wharves and dooke-Daepreolatlon ..... ...... ...................... 10,7. 9
Coal and ore wharves ... ............................. ............. 13.972
Coal and ore wharves--Depreolat&on ............... ................. 7 200
Gas producitng plants ...............................................- -
Gas producing plante--Deprenlation .......... ..................... -
Telegraph sad telephone lines ...................................... 17,825 4.13 33 341 6,9
Telegraph and telephone lines-DepreolaVon ........................ ...... -
Signals and lanterlookers ........................................... 26,991 79,418 2?2,60o 135 Loo 134,245
Signals and interlookers-Depreolation ............................. -
Power plants ......................................................- 1,19 479 1,61 i.2 6 6.90u,
Power plants-DeprecLation ......................................... -
Power-traansalslon systems ......................................... ,129 30, 46. 4.179 3.3 36
Power-tranol e1 on systems-Depreciation ........................... .., 4,17 3..36
i1saallteaouls truotures ............................................ ,. 1,57. 255 2,147 6,573
Miscellaneous structuTs-Depraol on ............................ ...... -
Roadway machines ...................................................... 26 5,769 304 1 3,17 1,01
Roadway machines-Dpreoaation ....................................... -- 64 .
SmaU tool sand upplies ............................................. 76, 111 319 2,4 32 3 .587 11.,978
Removing snow, lon, and mand ....................................... 2,239 39,986 6.o3o 12L,733 56,913
Publlo iaprovee*nts-alntlenance ................................... 13,215 ;45 23,913 1 b, 2
Injuries to persons.................................................. 5 10,091 2 ,071 19,go0 5,053 -
Insuranoe ........................................................... 4, 725 ,66o0 286 18,126 1L4.91
Stationery and printing ............................................. LO 01 492 4;6 1,262
Other expenmss ...................................................... 1,7 701. 5s I_ 2,682 7 .3 -23
Right-of-w expense ................................................. ..- ? 20 783 b2
ot al .......................................................... 1.61,156 1,010,005 210,154 2.60,363 1,21 ,531
Maintaining joint tracks, y.rds, and other foll.llies-Dr............. 6067 0,912 2.835 -
Malintaining joint track, yards, id other fmllitlei-Or. .......... 161,156 377,431 210,15Z 713,759 1,212573
Eqali ation--Wmay and structeao .................................... -
total--All depreciation account ................................. 79.40
Total--All other malntenanoe of way and structures aocounts9 ... -2L a- 1.996.Obb il. 79- -
Total aintenanoe of way and structure ....................... ,- 9929 ,- -2077,516 ., 793 -

i1. *MAINtENACE Or EQUIPMENT
uperointendence .................................................... 7,025 110,071 19,466 lbO,47- 69,115
Shop m tachinery..................................................... 19,245 2,031 51,616 1,'01 -
shop ahline- RDepreoiation ....................................... 2,463 -
Power-plant mohinery--Depreolation ................................ -
Steam looosotives-Repar.s--Tard .................................... -00,867 1,149,852 217. 383
Steam looomotives--epair---Oth, r................................... -
Other lcccaotives-RepaLrm ......................................... ..,4 100,95 1'4,47
Frilght-trein car- Repairs ......................................... 182,393 1.,.492, 770 -
Psasenger-train cars-Repairs ...................................... 5,666 -

1/ Inoludesa 1,560, representing amortiuation or terminal property.
4011 o-47-










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BLUPFAU OF STTISTICT

TABLE ll-A-St'MMARi, OF PRIM.ARI OPERA [i'G EXPI..SE (CCr-lMs 01 1 LA.- I t%.I'I'IHNG AND TERMINAL L (COMlP,IANE6 1JR EACH I'LASS OF SERVICE.
BY lileIRILIS AND REGION') FOR THE F.\R l\tEND D DLI.L MBER 31. 1936 --C.)IUu,,i


Account


11. MAINTENANCE OF QUIPENDIT Continued

Floating equlpment--Repalro ..............................*
Work equipment--aspalre ...................................
Miscellaneous equipment--Repalra ..........................
Equipment--Rtireente ....................................***********
Extraordinary retiromentl--EqUilpment .....................

iruinment--Deprecl tti n ........... ............ **...........
Injuries to person ......................................*******************
Insurance .............*********************.....................*****
Stationery and printing ...................................****************
Other expenses .......... .........** ......***********...... .........
Total ..... ...........................................

UelntelnIng Joint equipment--Dr. ..........................
Meintalning Joint aqulpment--Cr. ...........................
Equalizstion--Equipment ...................................
Total maintenance of equipment .......................
7IT. TRAFFIC

BuperIntendence ..........................***************......**..........
Outside agencies ..........................................
Advertising ...............................................
Trafflo sesoolatlons .....................................*******
Fat freight line ....................................... *************
Industrial ana iilgratlon bureaus ....................*...
Insurance .................... ***************...................... **********
Btatlonary and printing ..................................
Other expense .....................................************
Total traffic........o .......................................
IV. THABSPORTATION--RAIL LINE

Superintendence ..................... ....... .........
Dispatching trains ....................********..............
Station employee s .....................-****..............
Weighing, inspection, and da.urrge bureaus ..............
Coal and ore wharves .....* .........*.....**....*..*.....*

Station supplies and expenses ...........................-
Yardaasters and yard Clerks ...........................
ard conducotors and brakemen ..........................**
Yard switch and Signal tenders ...........................
lard engine menn .........................*.****************
lard motormen ..... .......................-*************.
Yard switching fuel ................................ .....
Xard switabing power produce ...........................
lard switching power purcha .......sed....................****..
Water for yard locomotives .........................*****
Lubricants for yard looomoties .........................
Other supplies for yard locomotives ........ ............
Aginshouse expaenm--lard ................. .*..........
ard supplies and expenses ..............................
Train snginmon ...........................**************
Train motoren ................................ ..********..*

Tran fuel ............................................-.......********.
Train power proved ......................................,,-
Train power purchased ...................................
Water for train looolotives .............................
Lubrlo&ant for train loomotives .......................***
Other uppLies foar train loomotives .....................-


Totals for regional


Greten i .t... a aentra se reIon Pccaiiontrr rnsAia.DD..
Ne. r6Owland ref on I -;'= .. r An& In As .d T Aaynes I AnI- i ....i...
Englanand
nan


I Southern district


Aa ignne
'nd
apportioned
to
frelgnti


end
apportioned
to passenger
ard allied


end
apportioned
to
freight


apportioned
to passenger
and allied
S 1l...


and
apportioned
to
freight


1,192
4,892

78b. ?9
11.6t43
27.7143
7,150
2,576


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied


and
apportioned
to
freight


and
apportioned
to passenger
and allied
---ins


serw1ae I serviaea 17199
p service agrv e


SI,629





26

114.127

46.127
i;-. l 7


810.77



2;5.01 u
20,d 31
2, 1390
177


B,.11
6- ,14i


1. 250


99. 5 1

1,57. 73
It.


23., l.


(2,172
555


3h.IOL
1. tol
01
U.912
1 bG


t35.956 121.715
56.7'2


--1- 1


1,1460,116 ;,76c,623 32,1 -?5


,172 5.032? 23
S5.057 79',4 51
133 5,2 -
9,5s B,9 -

3,011 "
101 53 u -
-.114 ,9 -

- oi ,146 15 739 23. -


7u,u9

294.033


74.792
S11.456

12,503









4114


274,150

535,) 11
1i3.109

19.831

1,7 9504
147, 0o
1,249,45'


1.120,753

66, 408
I1. 732
14.495


)70.1



245.959
29.695
111.539


72,931

3.607
25.2?1



5,2)1
le, t7


1449, 4 30
60.912
736, b7
2.o29
16,b66
61,950

2,613,919
2 5. 77
1, 96b, 449

1.602 1470

135,513

28.745

117.705

47,120


2,200
2,00


60, 905
10,?91
1,929.,6o



116,001o
590, 46
203,057
355.595


2965, 787

L1.551
4. 609





10,107

767


otal6 for re, loft8


Eastern diatriol


I


I









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION a2
BUREAU OF STATISTICS 3

TABLE II-A-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY .11 LRATIN', L\l [.N-i .kL ".OUNIS iF t LAS.; I *M'il":ING ANMI LL RMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE.
IBI\ I)-I Ri Ti .\AN R-Ld-'I'N, Fl)R [HL 1 AR ENDLI1 DECEMBIii dl,. 1936 -Conrinu.d

Totals for regions
Eastern district Southern dAlttrlo
Iew tnia~nd raIon Grea e re'oa ',,tral Otaen areiontn
Account As en As ig ed Ass ed Asasgned As nod:lfd AsLn-es s d5
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportionea apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allaed
serviceie Borviei service services service services alentFsna sBrgio.n

IV. TRANSPORTATION--RAIL LINE Continued

Enginshouse expensee-Train ........................................ .. .- 51.77 S 5bB
nrai en ............................................................ ...I. l,
Train supplies and expenses ... ..................................... 65.27 5, 9,5 '
Operating sleeping oar ...........................................
Signal and interlooker operation .................................. $-52,7) 62,2,.3 85. 012 16,.27 1.92 -

Crosseng protection .............................. ... .* ........... ...-., 17 .138 34,603
Drawbridge operation ........................... .........*.........-I.******** ',,5 8-,
Telegraph and telephone operation ................................. 21.8 ..66 2. 7. 10.299 -
Operating floating equipment ...................................... 106.09
Epre erve .........................................*...*.* ** .*** ...........******- -
Stationery and printing .......................................... .. 7- .773 60 1. 224 4.161 17.925 -
other expenses **********************.***************** ...... 2.306 2. o07.0) 2,272
InsuranOe ................. ....................................... ,77 10,I76 i 15d ,601 1.9)3
Clearing wrecks .................................................... 1 1' 3 42 28,?6 )?.090"
Damage to property ................................................ 1,70 1c,U7 28.03)) -
Damage to livestock on right-of-way ............................... -
Loss and damage--Freight ........................ ...................... 25.52 -
Loss and damage-Baggage ..................................1......... b 1,759
Injuries to persons ................................................ 7 7? 35.616 956 114.9 95.C9
Operating Joint yards and termnals--Dr. ..........................- 28,% ,'.0 261,150 10,118
Operating Joint yards and term nals--Cr. .......................... l,1.8 716. 990 2' 15. 2 ,33. 55, 8
Operating joint tracks and facilitles-Dr. ..................... I- i.4.1i1 62. b. 20
Operating Joint traoks and facilites-Or. .......................... 5.02 173.to 59, 71
Total transportation-Rail line ............................... ,950,251 9.901,562 76,oc
V. TRANSPORTATION--WATER LINE

Operation of vessels ...................*................***** ..**......... -
Operation of terminal ...........................*** ................. -
Inoldetl ........................................................ -
Total transportation--Water line ............................. -
VI. MISCELLANEOUS OPERATIONS

Dining and buffet service ......................................... -
Hotels and restaurants ............................................ 35.03
Grain elevator .................................................... .. 7 -
Stookyarda ............................ ........ ........... ...- 117.756 -
Produoing power sold .............................................. -
Other miscellaneous operations ....................................-
Total miscellaneous operations ............................... 117.730o 5,03 -
VII. GEoERAL

Salaries and expenses of general officers ......................... .5,91 102,041 19,232 193,967 12,.451
Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants .................... 3.871 195,61) 14,89 359, 510 111,532
General office suppliea and expenses .............................. .570 31. 55 2,411 57.19 7 6
Law expenses ...................................................... 1,787? 3., 422 3.924 101.108 8,906
Insurance .........................................................- 557 175 6 9 15 -
Relief department expenses ........................................-590 3,- -5
Pensions........................................................... .1L,6. 32.,449 397 L17,515 46.391
Stationery and printing ........................................... -.o 1002 5 17,558 7.S
valuation epenses ................................................. 3,6bl i, 202 1
Other expenses .................................................... 152.8 3,897 21.875 9,602
General Joint faolll tle--Dr. ...................................... 1.109 2,5 8 6b
general Joint faollities--Cr. ..................................... 3.2- 5 1,352 69,11t 170,4 12,317 -
Total general expenses ....................................... .7 723,117 2.215 ---
VIII. TRANSPORTATION FOR INTESTN NT-Cr. ............. 7 2.931

Total railway operating expenses assigned _/ ................... 0,0',82 16.645,626 i50,i96

I/ See page 25, note 1.








30 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3j7150
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE ILA-BUMMARY OF PRIMARY OrERA.ING EXPENSE (COUNTS OF CLASS I SWITCMNU AND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BY DISTRILIS A.ND REGIONS FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81, 1986 -C(nrmnued

Totals for regions

Southern district Western district
Accouutount HeRIon Nor man rcrem n otras a Htern region Soutrree'str ra cn
Assigned Assigned Assigned ASBloiied Assigned AsAigned Assigned Ean ani
and and and nd ed and anand
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to paassenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services service o service service services service services
I. MAINZHTABCB OF WAX AID STRUCTURES
Superintendence .................................................. S9.963 $ t7146 $,'46 $15.617 879.196 $30.504
Hoadway malatnance--Yard switching tracks ....................... ?, 62 100 24,496 7,999 97,131 23,184
Roadway -aintenance-Way tbonlag traoks ........................ -
Roadway maintenanoe-Runni g traks .............................. 20,514 1,166 3,373 9.897 3,661
Roadway--Deprecttion--YTd switabing tracks ..................... -
Roadway--Deprecitioan-Way switalig tracks ......................- -
hoadwsy--Deprestation-Runnig tracks ****************************............................

Underground power tubea-Yerd switching tracira s....................
Underground power tubea--Way awlthlng Lracka ....................- -
Undergrondl power tubes-Running tracks .......**................... -
Ondargrouna power cubss--Deprolation--Yard awitchig tracks .....
Underground power tubam--D precition--Way switohing traok .....
Underground power tube s-Depreciatlon-.Running tracks ************ -
Tunnels and subwaya--Yard switching tracks ....................... ,320 -
Tunanels and subwas-Way switcing tracks ....................... -
Tunnaels and subways--Runnlig tracks .............................. .
Tunnels and subwaya--Depractaclon--Yard awitcbing tracks ........ -
Tunnels and subways--Depreclatlon--Way switching tracks .......... -
Tunnels and subways--DeprectlatLon-Running tracks ........... .......- -
Bridges, trestles, and culvert--Yard switching tracks ........... 1,659 6,201 165 106,845
Brldgen, trestles, mid oulvmrta--WIy switching tracks ............- -
BrLdg cr tes, and culvercs--Running tracks, .................. 9,26 4 52 4,680 10 100
Bridges, treats, cad culverta--Depreuiatlon--YId sawithing
tracks .........................................................- 9,32
Bridges,trestlea and nulvertsa-Depreolation--Way witching tracks. -
Bridgestrestlaaand oulvertas-Depreolation.-Running tracks ......... -
levsatod strutures--Yard switching tracks ....................... g 23,259
Blevated struoture -Wa- switohlng tracks ........................- -
Elevated structures-Running tracks .............................. -
levated struebares-.oproelation--Yad aeitching tracks ......... -
Elevated strturea--Deprealablon--Way switabing tracks .......... -
l4evat6d struLturoa--JDpreolatilun-dunnng tracks ................ .- -
Tiea- ard awsithls treas ...................................... 7,171 16b353 20,197 107,673 21,120
Tasc--ay stretching traoka .................................... ............. -
Ts- nin trcks ............................................... 9.050 5 14 9,197 16.559 4,34
Tleis-Depreelation--Yar switching tracks ........................ -
Tl--..eprastlon--a swRunningthing tracks ...........................,, .
Tles--RtDeraati.n--RunnlD g tracks ..............,.. ........... -
Raitls--Yard awitrIs tracks ..................................... 2.925 72 11,077 12,90 043,58 6,186

Rails--Way awitohi-g tracks in ......... ........................... ... -
R8t,4- ,taning traso, ............................................ 3...212 183 332 7,365 1,644
Ralle--Depreastlon-ard witching tracks ...................... ....... .- -
RaIts-Depresi tlon--Wey s pitching tracks .........................
,aiL,--Deuls. tin--,unn,.g trucks ...........................................- -- -

OtVIr track 1at0trai.--Yard swZtching tracks ...................... 3,457 174 69,415 10,571 67,458 27.366
Other track s rlal- r-Way switching tracks.. .... ..... .............. -
Other track s trlal--Dpreeoalon..-ard awitching tracks ........ .15 179 "- 61 5089
Other tfack =trto l--D@preooltloc-.UW awlitahing tracks ......... -
Other track waierl-.1-Dapre- tion--Running tracks ................ ".;-- ~ -
Balast--Zrd switcakig trcks.....................................- 35 545 io,6 877
Bilat-Way wotlon- g tracks lth k .................................... .
alastc-blb nr tracks -............................................3385 1909.7 7045 170
sl'layt--DJead cati l=. -ard switch hing tracks .................... .. -
,alamt--Depreaiction...ua switching tracks ........................-" -
BIllaIt-Depreci at ion-Running tracks ............................ -
Track laying and surfacIng--Yard switching tracks...................8,065 390 91.167 3,.966 160,7511 39,592
Truck laying and surracing:-way switching tracks ..................... .- -
Fences, sow sheds, and signs--Yard wit hing tracks ............ 869 2.027 431
Feoni, mw shd, and al.gu--Way wlntch tracks ...............
Pe ce*, snow ah d, end tgn".s-.-- g track.................... 171 io -1 6114 4 ,1.).1 1,12.










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION mn
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE II.A--U[MM.\RY it PRiIMAY OI'ERA.\TINU LXI'EN: \i.'COUNTS OF i'LAS I SITCUI' 11 ND TERMINAL COMPANIES FOR EACH CLASS OF SERVICE,
BI lINTRi T %' \,NI KLOI"NS. FOR 1]H YEAR EM)ED DECEMBER 31.1936 -Continued

roaile for regions

Southern district Western district
other_ rem-on Northwestirn region Central aW tern region southWMe pn y m a1
Account Aassien Assigns d Assigned Anlgned Assigned Ailggned A-ignid Assgned
and and and and and and sad and
apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportloned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to pasager
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied
service services ser ie services service servicesnla zi o. .. loni

1. MJAINTENAC1 OF WAY AND STRUCTURES Continued
Fences, snow ashedes, and sign --Depreoiotion--Yard switching tracks -
Fences, snow sheds, and lsgns--Depretlatlon--Wy switcohing tracks -
Fanoea, snow seeds, and igns--Deproolation--Running traoks ........
Sistion and office buildings ................................... .... .. ,s7 $2,.715 97,sW. 212.000 ,667 $1)),06T
Station and office bulldings--Depreolaton ........................... 1 5.B76
Roadway buildings .................................................****. b1 356 6 8661 695
Roadway buildings-Depreolation .................................... .- .560
Water stetione ...................................................... .... 1 7 2.278 ,0b. 5,.181 66
Water stations--DBpreolazton ...................................... 52
uel station ........ ... ........ **... ***** *****************..............................**** 2 1, 1,17 1 99 7.16
Fuel sttione--Depre ton ........................... ...........- -
Shops and engine houses .............................................. .217 2,14l 10,7 9,53 31.252 3666
Shope and engine houses--Depreolaton .............................. 29,028 -
Orain levatos .............. .......................................... 2
Grain elevators--Deprecitlon ............................... ... 0,670
storage warehouses .................................................
Storage warehousee--Depreclatlon .................................... -
Wharoves and dook .................................................. 19,770 b.169 -
Wharvee and dooke--Depr ooi ton ................................... 0,7806 -
Coal and ore whsarves .................... .. ............. .........-- -
Coal and ore wharves--Deprsoiation .................................- -
Gas producing plants ............................................... ****
Gas producing plante--Depreclation ................................. -
Telegraph and telephone lines ....................................... 5W 19 1,699 s.82 9.1).4
Telegraph and telephone lines-Depreolatlon ......................... -
Signals and Interlookere ........................................... 2.05 1. 1,99 L,62 0 101,13 71.826
Signals and interlookers--Depreoation .............................- 12,830
Poeer plants ..... ..................................... .............- 129 770 4,951
Power plants--Depreolation ......................................... 5.750
Power-transemisIon saem .........................................- 10 3.92 21.143
Pooer-trannsm eton systems--Depreclation .............................
Mitoellaneous strutures ............................................- 9 17S
Miscellaneous atructuree--Deprelation ............................. 21.80 -
Roadway meahinea ............................... .. ........... 1.65 7 329 571 2,791 1.099
Roadway ohine--Deprelaton ....................................- 2,185 -
Small tools and supplies ........................................... 1,17i b13 b,2) 1, 22 19,02O 6 ,5
Removing snow, soe, and and ....................................... 25,1 7,909 22- .8 11'96
Public iprovemnts--Mintenanoe ................................... 1,538 ) 5,69 5.575 1 .75g3 4.9
Injurite to persons ................................................ 69 5 30) 2.19 7,307 2:,01
Insuran. .......................................................... 4,172 )12 1,3.8 92 19.47 3.569
Stationary and printing .......................................... 121 9 312 266 1,271 62
Other expenses .................................................... 51 2 201 -- 180 60
Rlght-of-way expenses ..............................................*- 5 -
Total ......................................................... .***A,0 10,600 351,375 181.589 1.513.,24 487.331
Maintaining joint tracks, yard@, and other faillltle--Dr. ......... 310 3,607 b01 9.141 1,
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other faaulitite--Cr. ......... 27.016 2,021 82.667 62.568 3O,.1 426,91
Equalltailon--Way and structures .................................... --
Total--All Adepreciation accounts ..............................- 312.801 6
ToIi--All other sainensan. ofr way and structure accounts.. 111,664 Bj 779 JJ7L. 515 119922 -- 5 ]0 IL.Ek-
Total milntenoe of way and struoltur ....................... 17,b6 g,779 72,1-5 119,922 1|22.132 61,81.5
II. MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPiMNT

Supertntndeneeo .................................................... 10,361 1,089 19.855 1232.8 6,787 7,
Shop othicnery .................................................... 3,591 379 219 2,69 5
Shop eachinery-Depreil olln .....................................- -
Power-plant meohlnery .............................................. 513 57 2A1 ,66 5
Power-plant aoelinery--Depreiation ................................ 2,b
Steam looomoetwes--Repalre--Ylrd ................................ .... 366 525 157.320 38,686 87.925 69,56
Steam looomotives--Rspair--Other ................................. 59.191 3,565 -
Other loaotivwee--Repalre ......................................... 06 1,293 -
Preight-train ears--Replrse .................................... 8.978 0,092 8,509 9.129
Passeager-train ears--Repair .......****************- -

d Deficit or other reverse Item.


0









INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE IIA-SUMMARY OF PRIMARY OPE-RATING FXPFNQF A CTNTS OF I I.- I SWITCHING AND I ERIINAL M'MI' IE FOR [.%' U Crl... OE ERVi'E.
BY DISTRICTS .U'.T RiOJs't, FOR THE L1lii [. DECEMBER %l 19 l.-r .'


I I


Account


II# MAINTENANCE OF EQIPMENT Continued
Floating equipment--RHepairs ......................................
Work equipment --Repaira ........................................**************
Miscellaneous equipment--RepaLra .................................***********
Equipment--etiresments ...........................................
Extraordinary retirements--Equipment ..........................****..
Equipoaent--Deprelation ........******.....................**********...........********
Injuries to persons ..............****......................**********.....*******...
Inaurance ....................*****................******************** ...................
Stationery and printing ...............................***********..........
Other expersees ........................................*******************************.........
Total .....................................********..................*****
MBant.aLnlg Joint equipment--Or. ........................*****. **
aintalsntIg joint equipment--Cr. .............................*.*
Equaltrotion--Equipment ........................**...........*****.....*******
Total maintenance of equipment ..............................
III. TRAFFIC

Superintendene .......................***********....................****.......
Outside agencies .................................................-*****
Advertisag ......................................*****....-******............
7raffia associations ..............................********..............**
Feaat freight lines ...............................................
industrial and ittmigraion bureaus ...............................
Insuranoe ...................................****............ *****
Stationary and printing .........................................
Other expense .......................................*..*......**
lotal traffic ...............................................
IV. IRANJSPUORrAjICN-RAlL LINL

Superintendence ..................................................
DisaPtching train ..............................................
Station employees .........................****.....................
Weighing, inspection, and demurrage bureaus ......................
Coal and ore Kharves .............................................
Station supplies and expenaea ...................................
Yardwasters and yard clerks .....................................
Yard conductors and brakemen ......................................
Yard switch nd sialgnal tenders ...... .............................
Yard enginsmen ...................................................
Yard motormen ....................................................
Yard switching fru l ..............................................
Yard switching power produced ....................................
Yard switching power purchased ...................................
water for yard locomotive .......................................
Lubrloante for yard loccmotives ..................................
Other supplies for yard locomotives ..............................
Englnehouse expensae-=Yard.......................................
Yard supplies and expenses .......................................
Train enginemen ..................................................
Tain moatorman ...................................................
Train fuel .........................................,,............
Train power produced .................4...........................
Train power purchased ............................................
Water for trein locomotives ......................................
Lubricants for train locomotives .................................
Other supplies for train locomotives .............................


Totals for regions

Western district


As Ineae ASS LEd .r
Southern oier~c~ entrh


Assigned ABsigned
and and
apportioned apportioned
to to passenger
freight and allied


01,478
32



116
337
30
8JO
(86 467


48
81

357

7.137


Assalnea
and
apportioned
to
freight


58,169

7o


276,056


and
apportioned
to passenger
And allied


A35lfoae
apport oned
to
freight


and
apporti owned
t,
Irolgrt
-rvli Ce


$22,745
3,23



3 099
.7

787,275.


and
appor toned
to pasae ger
and altled
services


85., 373
2'




1,801

39
256,139


and
apport lorted
to pas3sendr
68a allied


$790
- 320
- 59 -

- %29,883
1,175 -
1,277
- 9899 -

98,037 -


22 1
2,925 306 2,7 99,965 229,425

65,542 6,831 277,400o 98,037 687,312 7,015


S 17,073 13,385 17,05 -
17,073 4C,11 5
212 7,010 75 -
2,307 397 2.2-

2,923 -

S- n 2,915 830 -
S-50 -

2,182 -P3,707 79E5


6,982
2:,861
106,887
2,31










1.29t

937
i18
12,128
2,4:76


71Q
lb)
15,783


3,130
1,891
3.099
o85


,2b68


73
117

2.901
98


93,294
9.51"
505,9 ?

50,060
175,211
135,166
82.5o6
278, 748

174,352

11,068

,0145
,003


39,496

191.


11,551
10,350
184,923
21 .a55
115,273

5,712
91,693


7,480
2,663
"1,799
42, 453
7,231


117.953
64,181
401,760
1,524

32.140
402,113
1,270,719
122,711
869,816


507,528

68,259

12,898
11,962
6,869
1,715


I Deficit or other reverse Item.
8 Defic~tT or other revere. tIeal.


1,204 ,bl6


155.832
69 ,258
34 ,902
139,q5b
206,bb9

140, 16

11,924

3.139
3.823
3.,711


s e r vi.._.. ._c e s e r ie s-.. I I s- I*a s ---










INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 37
BUREAU OF STATIS11CS

TABLE II.-A-3L i M.ti' i ri 1R i .H O ]'.lLKAit 1 ; F.XI'L.'1 L A.' tul MI. ,' i LA%.b I IlT'I MNi. .\ AND IERMINL COMl'ANIES FOR EACH CL\SS OF SERVICE.
BY DI>TR]i,.Ti i, riILuS F L TIRE YL.R LNDET' DECLMBER 11. 1936 -C.)otInued

Totals for regions
Southern distrlot Western distrlot
0outhorn region N2ornhw.sJr n etlon Gh.tral W.a tLrn 'm fenLO. .akwt .rn raion
Account Assigned Assigned Asatgned Assigned Aaslgned AssigneA Anelgned A aeeled-
and ani and and and ana ana and
apport oned ap ortloned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned apportioned
to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger to to passenger
freight and allied freight and allied freight and allied freight and killed
service aervi ea service servioss eearvice aervioes service servloee
IV. TRANIPORTA&ION--RAIL LINE Continued
Enginebahs expenses--Train ..........................**... -
Trainmen ................................................. 1 -
Train supplies ana expenses .............................. .11,216 $t.. Sb,: -
Opering sleeping oars .................................*************** -
Signal and Lnterlooker operation ......................... 6,421 36S, 2o', 1.1;0 ,
Crossing protection ...................................... 26,278 1.492 26.459 2).54b 70,6r9 $1,729
Drawbridge operation ............ ...............690 ,6 bl -
eleTgraph and telephone operation ........................ 2,155 1iq6 7L5 110 3.175 4.529
Operating floating equipment .................**... .........** -
Express service ......... .. ..**.*........****.....*** ...***** .**.******- -
Stationery and printing .............. .. ................. 2,644 ) ?1,200 1"o 19,399 12,057
Other expenses .........................................****************** 2 1, 15,33 2.53
Insurance ................... .......................... 298 9 7,1 79 .15 1, 3C9
Clerin wee e ..... ............................... 151 2.792 5.984 8,53
Damage to property o..*...**..... ............................*** 680 .217 ,-

Los and damage--Freight ........ .............. ........ 11 3 9 3 18.8
Loss and damage--Baggage............................ .1 ..... -- ,029
injuries to persons ..***.*****...................*****.** 3.793 6 7.1*47 5 5 05,186 ,85
Operating Joint yards and terminal--Dr. ................. 284 7.951 1 22,66 3.356
Operating Joint yards and terinala--Cr. ................. 44,699 2.79 }4l,~5i )33.16 572.K59 2.112.352
Operating point tracksoo and faclltlsea--Dr. ................ 30 -
Operating joint tracks and faotltlea--Cr. .................. 14,199 70' .
Total traneportation--Rail line ..................... 359,764 0,110 l.t?7,972 5"a,969 .8t, e765 351,342
V. TRANSPORTATION--WATER LINE
Operation of eeeel ..............***********************
Operation of terminal ............*.***.........*****..
Inaldental .......... ..*.*.*--*****--*********-**
Total transportation--Water line ....................- -
Vl. IBCEL0LANEjOUS OPCtATIONS
Dining and buffet service .................................-
Hotele and restaurants .............................**.....- -
Grain elevator .......... ........................ ....... ... 7,211
Stockyards ............................... .. ...- -*-
Producing power sold .....................................- -
Other miscellaneous operations ............................ 1,600
Total misoellaneous operations ...................... -8,811 -
VII. GENERAL
Salariee and expenses of general officer ................ 1,381 12 ",988 0.781 -67,712 24,029
Salaries and expenses of olerks and attendants ........... 8,720 873 o5,253 )3,879 75:268 55,750
General office supplies and expenBes................ .... 22 2 15,O ,17 ,0 0 1-,
Law expenses............................................. 3.50 362 11,55 10,438 9,162 17,255
Insurance .............. ....................... 5 1 60 133 95 93
Relief department expenses .................................- -
Pension .................................................. s.649 22,729 69,30 28,432
B nTtloner and printing .................................. 167 17 2.823 2,729 5,124 2,601
elation expenses ................................. ... 2 .02 1
Other expenses ........................................... 05 U27 4.380 1,126 12: 8.392
General Joint faollitles--Dr. ............................. .. -
General joint fantlities--Or. ............................ 1,377 141 ,0Z 60. 335 127.968
Total general expenses .............................. 12,713 1,704 138,884 105,993 229.450 10.219
VIII. TRANSPORTATION FOR INVEBTDIUT--r. ........ 110 155

Total railway operating expenses aseesigned 1/ ........ 555,573 57.424 2,339,953 912,628 6,043,869 450.421

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TABLE Ill-SUMMARY OF OPERATING REVENUE %ND OIPER.TP N, EXI'ENSLS BY LAS' OF SERVICE W1TH OI'ERATING RATIOS OF rNDIVIDU\AL
CLANS I STEAM RAILWAYS, IOR THE EA.I ENiEI, DECEMBER 31, 19.16
Railway operating revenues Railway operating expenses Opera rng rat Loe

District region and railway Pegt o g T a Freigt Passengaer
Pre asght eageezl.. r Unsoiagn- Tota.l wed aseier Doasat
Total service and allied able service and allied Total serviet and allied
serviservie e ranv rices

ev E ,gland region ..................................... ..16 ,58.00 111,122,617 968 2.,862 612,821 8321.35005 7.751.077 0 15,3: 668." 76.98 67.27 95.501 5
3reat Lakes region ................................... 776,09 109 36857.5 128,570,162 2,965,16 770.2115.i62 3..501.85 16,003,891 906,816 70.3 67.06 105.782
Central Eastern region ................................. 849,206,772 695,523.73 150.159,379 )3523,63 02, 9 35736.b9515,72 ,1 7099 6.65 0.G
Eastern Ustriot .................................... 1.767,659,181 1.53.503.878 327,352.1103 6,&01,900 1.295,0o1606 943.992.157 317.911,667 3.157,782 72.44 61.95 o106.28
oaonta region ...............................25568061 2264.330 12,99.623 36.666 133,71.908 ,135, 19,16,870 52.32 47.01 151.13
Southern region........................................ 50090 .2 22,7,39 77.33,527 1.293.676 371.2l.30 276071 9,14.028 2.760 74.11 65-.8 123.03
Southern district.................................... 756.585161 664,91g,669 90.33,b150 1,330.342 505,02.238 390.206,580 11 ,791,898 24,760 66.75 58.68 127.07
No.uthestern region .................................... 462.520 11 405,120,42 56 28o.164 1 051,166 3 .90,543 21b,757,9- 81,14b,299 36,OO 74.37 6U.86 11'.18i
Central Western region ................................... 732,158,8 0 603,056.882118,5 618 10,7,3 143 40 1)6,6 591,791.61. 152,o0o,317 7,33B,595 7615 .7 129.90
Southwestern region .................................... .313,879,90) 278.3173,)0 35.,15.337 397.186 23 ,],21 182.507,69 51.5914,716 101,05 65.60 14.72
Western district ..................................... 1,508.90.797 1,286,494.686 210,000,119 11,995.992 1.II31,0-21e. 837.11b,827 286.7,71.332 7.476.053 75.00 65.07 136.55
All distriote ................................... 1.052.734.139 3.ko,.917.233 627.688.672 20,128.2)4 2.931.425,056 2.171,15,5o4 749.4.50,897 10.b58,595 72.33 63:77 119.U0
fASTfil DISTRICT
NEW ENGLA D REGION
a g o r A r oo st o o k . .. .. . ....... .8 ,0 28 6 2 8 7,7 13 73 6, -7 66 6 3 1 9 1.
Boston & Maine R. R. .............. ............ 6,18.1 59 35.160,375 11,323 7,756
Canadian National system: 1/
anadan untsonal Lines Rn low Egland ............... 1.356.327 1,229,982 123,3 2,192 ,536.17 1.2,.731 21,429 3 113.6 101.20 25.31
Central eront r., In.............................. 5.905,576 5,109,302 790,125 6.129 5,551.949 .25,53b6 1.,292,071 8, 3; 91.06 63.27 1b3.52
Canadlan Pacific system: 2 ,117.11 ',. 168,84 127.96 10 .74 200.10
Canadian Paoifle Lines in Vermont...................... .029,514 787,61. 254, 2 7,618 1,317.42 17 3 68 7.16 188.210
InterUnati.onal Co. or Maine ......................... 2.177,509 1 4.6177 328,.20 1112 1,989, 6 1.370,17 616,497 91:;75 7;.16 198.21
Maine Central R. Co ................................... 12222.16 1019993 1,918,)1 10.841 9,251.713 6596,001 2,655,712 75.0 64.67 18
New Haven syste: m / 58,111,77. .89.1L08 27,880,218 61.0453 711.07 69.13 80.18
N w lork, Mae Haven & Hartford R. Co............... 78,867,19 46, 137.974 32.277,828 51,)7 5. 57, 07 76 9 0.18
ow ork Cnnet R. R. o ........................... 2,8 91 2,679,51 15,30 67,58b 6271113 10,:43 22.52 23.0 6.90
isa York ConnSoin3t R. R. Co. ............................ 165869 212, 1,045 31 7171 1.839,421 1,01,920 90.65 76.01 122."
GREAT LANES REGION
Cambria & Indiana R. R. Co 1...i,292,050 1,292,050 971,225 971,225 75.17 75.17 -
Canadian National System:i
Grand Trunk Western R. R. Co. (Inceluding Makegon B. 8 76 1 ,7 271.2 76. 69.60 171.26
a Navigation Co.).................................. 2.. .92,892910 22, 3 ,810 1,585.100 *,8,4,76 01:,7,4 26, 71,. 75.56 152.146
Detaware a adson R. R. Corporation. ...................... 25,)5995, 23), 11,60 1,9 7,)56 68,0 9 20,602, 2 03, 1 2,968.93 78.80 100.6
Delaware, Lackawanna & Weatemrn R. R. Co. ............... 49.972 ,it 39,320, 62 10, 13,865 9,719 39,1i,4,51 28.,03,79 10,38.77 78.0 L.25 173.09065
Detroit & Mackinac By. Co ................................ 03,81 691,884 107,039 *561 605,306 120,036 185,270 75.3 .71 7 9
Detroit & Toledo shore Line R. B. Co. .................. .967.609 3,967,609 L.755,642 1,755.62 4.25 4.25 -
Die R. R. Co. (Including Chicago & Erie R. R. Co.) .. 85.005.111 76,082,b 8,88710 83,752 58882 47.20 11.65,292 18,806 69.27 62.05 13187
lew Jersey & Now York R. R. Co ...................... 785,89 197.0 392 865.69 115,76 79.705 110.13 58.75 127.1
Mew York, Suiquehanna a Wesern R. L. Co. (Includ ing
Wilkese-BaSrre Eastern R. O.) ................. 3.451,959 3,066.350 3841,421L 1.185 2.40,634 1.652,.522 788.112 70.70 53.89 205.01
Lehigh a udeon River ry. Co........................... 1.566,898 1,561,7014 3,421 1,77 1.077,216 1,05Z.302 19.121 787 68.75 67-70 559.02
Labia a usa cagaend B. B. Cc.......................... ........,962.,591 '539, 2 1 ,5,8 1 76,,91 28 01,53 7.75 9
Lehigh Valley R. R. Co ....................... ..... 4.1 5.9 .95. 2 570 3.16 6,1 35, ,646 28,626,107 6,621.59 71.71 27 1.88
Monongaela By. Co ........................ .... .:716,390 1,689,923 25,700 767 1,82,0249 1,757.656 64,393 3 8.63 37.48 250.56
Monto r R. R. Co ....................................... 2,347,0141 2,34,253 129 2,659 1,337,914 1,37,91 57.00 57.07 -
now Haven system: .60
new leork, tar a Western Ry. Cc. .................. 8.705,934 7,792.017 913.917 6,583,84 5,850,476 732,968 75.62 75.09 80.20
New York Ceot R. a Cl ............................ 361,061,872 26s8,1i61,93 90.779,314 2.122,625 268,830, 36 181,70 8,73b 86,22,772 885,878 71.46 67.76 95.00
SewYour C Lae ErL. R. RC ..................... 22,204.. 4 21,303.753 892.939 7,798 17,205.608 148,71,7 2,27, 7 77.49 70.07 255.16
new York, Chicago a t. Louis R. R.L Co.................. 41,712.951 4O,160.26L 1,552,687 26,6 7,1 2.076,051 2,6122 6186 .9 16.
Pare MrHa sette y. Co ......................... .. 32.459,080 30,55.160 1.90 ,9 2 2. 1,0 212,s 2, 61681 8.89 129.5b
Pitteburg A Shbawmut R. R. Co. .................. 7... .692 566.9& 7,902 1,296 '6,131 ",710 17,421 8.o00 96.52 220. 6
Plizt bumrgha Wet virginia y. Co. ............. ....... ., 901 3,7 8.157 236 118,508 2, 92,239 2.b92.239 9. 72.02 -
Pittsburg, thamat & Northern R. R. Co. ................ 1,08 .,850 1,074,793 7,)91 2,666 902,6)6 896.257 6.379 83.20 83.39 86.31
Wabash Systems 3,Z62,7J5 6 ,2ko.86 ,795 57 7 29 217 251,7,72 ,80.22 188.16
Arm Arbor R. R. Co ........................................ .7, 22.052.99 5,7,71 ,__
Wbash eft Co....................................... ,28.22 2.1 .106 10. 15 9 5.277
1/ See aleo Great Lakee region and Northweastern region for this system.
See also Northwestern region for this syetam.
See also Great Lakes region for this system.
Seeo also Now Englglsnd region and Northwestern region for this system.
/ 8e also ioew Eagland region for thiWe qtee.









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BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE III---l -I R.M 'i0 ii i ',1 LlA i Rl-. ,'.1 E.s uI OP'ELRA fIN EXPILNE. BY 'L \; iLII ER\ li'L WiTH' OPERATING RATIOS, OF INDIVTDUAI.
I L.I.. 1 .,I I ..I RlL.1 R H-11 TiE lEAR LlNDED ILLEMIBER 1. 1936 -rContinued

Railway operarLng revenues Railway operating expense _Operattng ratios
District, region and railway Freight Passng- ,utel rept P Unassi1n. Fregh a
Total e and sllied ble rots l allred aTotal ae a a
serSesvc servi able sv servl80 aices able service adlied

EASTERN DISTRICT Continued
CENTRAL EASTERN REGION
Akron, Canton & Youngstown ly. Co. ...... ........... 2,6.4,7) *a,240,772 617.857 (6,109 P1,410,705 $1,410,705 62.29 62.96
Baltimore & Ohio System: /
Baltimore & Ohio R. A. o. ............................ 168.992,81 151,411,031 17,517.3-5 164,265 12),600,333 96,29,fo05 $2T,o 6,a88 7-14 63.64 155.88
Staten Island Rapid Transit By. Co. ................. .. 1.6,635 59,701 957.937 1,621,106 827 1,274,323 12:247 9
Bessemer & Lake Erie R. R. Co. ................. .. 15.467,4 15.399.120 67,11 1,110 7.593.566 7.300,555 293,011 49.09 7:1 41.: 5
Chicago & Eastern Illinois Ry. Co......... 16,109, 17 13.609.} 2,49 84 11,751,140 791,716 2,959.424 :72.9 64.60 11.8O
Chicago A Illinois Midland R. Co............... ),05, 5. 751.46 5, 2,350,504 2,217,744 132.760 59.12 124 a.
Chicago, Indianapolia & Louiaville ly. Co.... ......... 10,43,996 9.162.903 1,2367 4.34 8 ,150,421 6731.376 1,419,04 7. n.
Detrilt, Toledo & Ironton R. R. Co. ....................... 7.851222o 7.831,102 13.81 3,708 3,850,348 3.850.J4. 49: S:15 1147
Elgin, Jollet & Eastern By. Co. ......................... 19,119,317 19,107,196 3 11,736 13,118,928 13,11,720 2o 68.62 68.66 5.o
Illino Terminal Co. ............................. ...... 5.99,627 4,765.41 950.326 282,aa4 3,760,o54 2,614.527 1,094,138 $51,689 62.69 54.s6 115.1)
Missourl Pacifio system: 2/
Missouri-nlinois R. LAo. ............................. 1,178,415, 1,152,498 24,874 1,043 877,899 796,313 81,586 74.50 69.09 328.00
Penneylvania System2
Long Island R. R. Co ................................... 25, 52,37 6,682,707 18,03.86 8 19,616, 19 15,221,672 76.85 65.76 .
Pennsylvania R. R. Co ................................ 441,425,1 345,246,413 93.711 2,466,91 314,d701 217,285,461 95,262.o12 1,5,228 71.15 ;94 l.
Penneylvania-Reading Seaehore Lines ..................... 6,488,0 3,271,218 3,211,720 5,103 5,538,810 2.167,022 3,371,788 85.37 66.25 1oA.9
Reading System:
Central R. R. Co. of l w Jersey ....... .............. 31,799,356 25,335.764 5,779.522 184,070 23,608,786 15,034,092 8,574,694 74.24 i8.19 148.36
Reading Co. ............................. ........ .. .. 59.291,758 53,34,607 5.058,083 34968 40,518 3273970 7,76,014 0,4 68.34 .76 15.
leatern Maryland By. Co. .................. .............. b1,298.271 16,093,492 204,779 10,464, 9,889,83 57211 6. 61.
Wheeling & Lake tried By. Co. ............. ............... 15,574.200 15,520,620 49,097 4,483 10,892,349 10.753.720 138,629 69.94 69.29 252e.
SOUTHERN DISTRICT
POCARONTAS REGION
Chesapeake a Ohio By. Co. .............................. 135.5,279 130.?38,957 5.299.322 70,014,489 60,780,779 .233 ,710 51.66 46.67 174.24
Norfolk Western By. Co. .................................. 94,64,294 90,b79,212 4,185.082 50,147,899 43,271, 59 b,576,240 52.86 47.72 164.30
Riolmond, Frederioksburg & Potonma R. R. Co. ............. 7,638,029 4,254,041 3,399,052 4,936 5.75 395 2,673,6}5 3,080,760 75.34 6 90.
Virginian By. co. ...................................... 17, ,017 17,492,120 116,167 31.73 7,8,125 7,408,95 46,160 4459 39.68
SCUTHERti REGION
tlantlio Coast Line system:
Alansta & West Point R. R. Co................. ..... 1,804,607 1,325,421 i 460,72 18,458 1,5 2,318 1,044,593 483,395 4,330 84.91 78.81 104.92
Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Co .......................... 43593212 32.35,012 10,7 5.356 33.71,78 22, 20 915 1,50,874 77 6
Charlesaton Wastearn Oaroline By. C o. ................. 2,26,443 4- 1537384 1,412,80 124,514 68.44
Clincfield HR. R. Co ................................... 6324863 6,215,69 99,589 9,580 350053 33316 168,864 55.35 53.60 169.56
Georgia R. R., Lessee Organizatlon .................... .724.69 3,303,793 390,008 30,668 3,009,925 2 521,527 483.480 4,918 80.81 6.32 123.97
Louisvllle & Nashville R. R. Co. ..................... 9...04,151 79,327,818 10,884,101 828,232 65,648,761 51:526.508 14,122,253 72.11 64.95 129.7
ashille, Chattanooga & St. Louis By .............. 14145656 11,833.520 2,261,436 50,700 12,085,360 9.251,13 2830,634 3,535 85-44 78.18 12.1
WeStern Ry. of Alabama...... ............. .... 1595,33 11 6392 430,613 3:,3176 1.:437,682 973740 3,948 90.12 83.84 107.7
Columias & Greenville By. Co. ........................... 1,228.580 1,086,s60 141,058 662 1,037,371 763.)10 274,061 84.44 70.23 194.29
Florida East Coast By. Co. ............................... 8,614,508 5,388,676 3,225.832 6,515.854 3,132,291 3.083,563 75.64 63.69 95.59
Georgia & florida R. R. (Including Statesboro
Northern By.)...................................... 1,181,662 1,111,914 6, 746 1,096,808 1,062,824 33.84 92.82 ;2:59 48.72
Gaulf, Mobile & Northern A. R. Co. ....................... 7.,292,909 6,762,565 496,785 33,259 4,468,593 3,671.117 7 61.27 8 16o .53
Illinot s Central System: 13386,261 258016 8,01 13,22,495 9780,305 3,2,10 84 73.06 18.
Central of Georgia Ry. o ............................. 1 3 i 6 2,8 8, 1 45 9. 5
oulf a Ship Island R. R. Co............................. .,443, 1,249,664 194,237 1,.266,503 65,555 400,98 8.71 .26 206.4
Illinola Central a. Co. ................. .......98: 439311 4 ,535,93 14,07,996 7,7, 6, .4,. 8,3,75.65 6.73 128.0
YIaOO & Mislsailppi Valley R. R. Co. .................. l6.111.63 14,336,620 1,774,993 10, '82.570 7,58,734 2,933,836 65.06 52.65 165.29
SBee also Central Westerp region for this system.
see also Southwestern region for this system.


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BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE W-SUMMARY OF OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES BY CLASS "OF SERVICE, WITH OPERATING RATIOS, OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1936 -Continued

Railway operating revenues Rallway operating expenses Operating ratios

District, region and railway Total Freight Unassi- Total Flreight Passenger Unassi Freight Passengr
Ts e n i Total an al alided Total and lTtited
service services services services

SOUTHERN DISTRICT Continued
SOUTHERN REGION Continued
Miesisippi Central R. R. Co .......................... 20,228 $879,851 839.373 $1,004 $717,926 Soc.Odu $112,o062 78.02 68.86 26L.62
Norfolk Southern R. R. Co............................... 4,14,689 4,171,183 219.871 23,627 3,572, 3.187.91 1185,697 80.93 71.1 175.ul
Seaboard Air Lime R. Co .............................. 38, A6,055 30,820,799 7,a38,0b5 87,191 31,820,609 21.5 0.s7 10, 39,891 82.9 70.02 137.67
Southern System:
Alabama Great southern R. Co ........................ .6,59,137 15,495,502 1,019, 51 14,0o94 4,14,550 3,628,144 1,186,406 73.74 66.02 116.37
Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacifc B. .160 1 6 472 10,3 10 5 0k 7.807,88 2,248,447 1:,742 0.21 52.91
Georgia Southern A Florida By. Co .................. 2,301,547 1,66,49:'4 b 282 1 1 9,11 1,218,061 731,053 80.0O 75.35 .d71
Mobile Ohio Co. .... :.:::::::::::.......1047,701 10,119,189 0369 24, ,363,535 7,227,13 1,126,1 10,27 77 10 71. 160.00
N.w Orleans & Northeastern R. R. Co. ................ 2,780,119 265,99 41121 291 1, ,0 770 6 9 57.2 16
Norhera Alabama Ry. Co ............................. 725,138 6,831 41911 396 412,615 339,967 72,64a8 56.90 9.79 173.34
Southern Sy. Co ..................................... ..96,27,4998 79,937,972 16,197,026 139,500 67,416701 49,334070 18,082,631 70.03 bl.72 111.64
Tennessee Central fy. Co ............................... 2,514.191 2,356,139 156,892 1,160 1,784,349 1,5789,65 205,98 70.97 66.99 131.29
WESTERN DISTRICT
NORTHWESTERN REGION
Can.dlari National System: I/
Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific By. Co. (Including Duluth,
Rainy Lake & Wglnnpe Co.) .................... 1,370,288 1,308,275 5,397 3,616 1,103,948 926,142 177,06 0.56 70.79 304.48
Caan Pato Sytem 1: 9 7 1 220 666,00 78.10 69.92 15.5
Duluth, South sh ore & tlant Co............... 2.... ,913,041 2,624,39 286,915 1, 2 ,01 ,83 1566 4 1,663 69.34 59.6- 15.12
Minneapolis, St. Paul A Sault Ste. Marie .... 26,551,952 23,561,14 2,920,119 70,6 20,805,049 lo611 %.Sl--3t, 4,332,013 1 79.51 k..o 148.35
Spokane International C.... ......................... 77,697 718,911 52,9543 2,443 581,112 ,b71. '73 114,769 75.11 D4. .7 218.3
lChicago A North Western System
Chicago North & eetern Ry. Co ......................... 1,969,298 75 ,69,233 16,26,093 7,972 77,030,000 53,944,986 23095,137 87.76 71.57 19.B6
CLi.ago Gore t ia tern Co.......................... 918,817,00 1 97,417 11.6 6,6 1270 1, ,7096 2 4.
Chicago. Uliwaukee. St. Paul A Pacific R. R. Co ....... 109,142,0o86 95,141,137 13,780,168 220,781 85,2 4 5 66,527,413 18,6S0,541 36,400 78.10 69.92 135.56
Duluth. giesabe & Northern By. Co ..................... 19,091,036 18,903,029 7S,O8 1 09,23 8,397,387 7,885,133 512,254 543.9 4.71 op61:i
Great Northern B. Co.................................. 89,625,105 79,598,566 9,53,856 47,683 56,880,722 4 ,85,.77 13,794,952 6.47
Green Bay & AWeten R. 2. Co ........................... 1,624,123 1,586,463 7.0.o) 1,237061 1,2247,14 09 7: 2 76.17 77.37 25.b2
Lake Superior & Ishpeming B. R. Co. .................. ....2,931,08 2 ,916,827 624,2 2,534 1, 2.4704 1.214,704 X 41.43 1.64
Minneapolis & St. Louis B. R. Co. ..................... 8,955,364 8,519,501 435,863 7,115,442 6,4o4,97 710,455 79.45 75-18 163.00
Northern Paocific R Co. ............................. 61.906,06 54,106,85 7,799,41 4918,,405 36,357,969 11,960,436 7.05 67.20 153.35
S ne pokane, Portland tl Seattle y. Co. and Aflated
Companies / ........................... ........... 452,899 7,562,659 48,319 41,921 5,460,162 4,247,644 1,212,518 64.60 56.17 142.93

CENTRAL WESTERN REGION
Atchison, Toe Santpa Co. anda Affiliated
Compantit.Ne -oy ...... ..... 157,265,504 130,981,221 25,418,221 866,062 125,061,818 90.413,214 34.647,190 1,414 79.52 69.03 136.31
alSo n B. C...................................... 16,417,007 12,913,193 3,428,896 74,918 12,510,609 8,717,207 3,779,984 13,554 76.21 67.51 110,24
Burl n on Rout e a
Chiago, Brlingtn A unoy B. R. Co.. ...............98,082,411 2,4i.o32 1,095,950 645,429 71,24.o003 514.568,994 19,642,708 31,301 72.64 2.6 130.12
Colorado & Southern By. Co. .......................... 7,:397,916 0.591.433 80,725 2,758 4,58226 ,4,6 77. 9. .
Fort Worth & Denver City y. Co. .................... 6,078,225 1.005,771 1,044,929 27,525 l'72:',311 2,754,798 1,319,513 67.u 35t* 12o.29
Denver & Rio Grands Weaterm B. R. Co. ................. 25,599,09 22,0295 2,369,284 2'0, 16,895,528 4,04,431 81.80 72.7 17066
Denver & Sat Lake B. Bo.............................. 2,856,948 2,66g,849 180,248 7,851 :l,93 :b6a 1,662,388 276,280 67.86 62.29 153.28
Nevaa Northern By. Co. ................................ 559,598 492,483 55,?99 11,126 523.632 193,059 130,773 57.87 39.20 233.57
Rook island Systee:
Chicago, RDock Island & Gulf ay. Go. ................. 4.9,562 3.724,761 665,528 8,273 156,6 2.1.4,4.6, 803,098 7.67 62.08 120.67
Cicago. Rook land Pacific fBy. Co.............. 7 ,l41 6154,084 11,9,990 191,070 29,209 4bCo.39,6' 18,209,545 7.21 152.59

Saee also New England region and Great Lakes region for this system.
See also Now England region for this system.
Includes Spokane, Portland & Seattle Ry. Co.; Oregon Trunk BRy.; Oregon MElectrio By, Co.; end United Rye. Co.
In lacdea Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe y. Co., Gulf. Colorado & Santa Fe By. Co.; and Panhandle & Santa Fe By. Co.
See also Central Eastern region ror this system.
Not operated as a part of tne Soutnern Reliway System.








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BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE III-- ~1 I.f1 AOF PER I IN'] RJ'ENL E .\ND OHPLHA \T, FN FXPLENEE 11 C'LA- sr lrR1S ICE, 'VITI 'I'EJIATINIT RATIOS, OF INDIVIDUAL
t'i..1 I SiE.AM R il,% %i ,. Flit TRE YEL.R H IENDED DEC'E.MBER 31. 1936 -C ontru..I


37140


Bailway operating revenues Railway operating expenses Opersting ratio
DLastrict, region and railway PasenFr P ger asgn- Feit Passnere U oa relt Pees er
Total FreI ttl ana Ttmd allied
aalessoa service services
WESTERN DISTRICT Continued
CENTRAL WESTERN REGION Continued
Southern Pacific System: i '
Northwestern Pacific R. R. Co. ................ ....... ,766.58S8 2,543,132 $1,201,815 $21,641 3.302. 36 61,7 3,235 51,569,111 87.67 68.15 130.56
Southern Pacific Co. 2 .............................. 162, :82,6k2 12.,o,a20 31,026.87 6.95,5o3 110,593.482 75,61,220 4,864,661 $6.067,601 71.80 60.82 11237
Toledo, Peoria A Western R. R. .......................... 2, 24.294 2,424,29 1.627,946 1,627,946 7.15 67.15
Union Paoifo R. R. Co. ................................. 155.213.583 128.816,162 24,701,132 1,696,289 108.728,115 75,594,748 31,933,954 1,199,413 70-05 58.68 129.a8
Utah By. Co. ........ ............................. ..... 1,088,209 1,088,209 780 54 780.5 7L.73 71.7 -
Weatern Paciflo R. H. Co. ............................... 1-.959,900 14,290,03 631,03 38.835 12,86,816 11,217,362 l, b,l42 25,312 86.1 78.50 260.55
SOUTHWESTERN RE.OON
Burllngton-Rock Island R. R. Co. ....................... 0o,.037 774,0,02 129,794 2.241 981.685 7,o07b 218,609 108.35 98.59 168 .4
Fort Smith & Weatern Ry. Co. ........................... 812.b,54 765,o56 39,554 7,4'" 650,025 b233,741 1l'.60C2 1,682 79.99 8? 77 16.92
Friaoo Lrines:
Fort Worth & Rio Grande Fy. Co. ...................... 6u.....9 1399,137 62,172 3.165 t28, 0 3 3 43.k-32 188,898 135.27 110.10 303.83
St. Louis-San IranolaOo Ry. Co. ....................... 47.941.o39 g1V810.196 6,087,342 44,101 38,810,42' 29,23.,55. 9.57,,870 0.89 69.6 157.31
t8. Loult, San Franolsoo & Teas Ryf. Co. ............. 1..1 6.ol 1.)24,871 27,152 ,bi2 1.339.45, 1.255.783 3,672 98.73 94.79 508.16
Enneas City Southerr, By. Co. ........................... 13,831.778 13,316,5s1 51,197 8.726.244 7,822,070 904,174 63.09 58. 175.50
In=asB, Oklahoma & Gulf j Co. ........................ 2,480,555 2,54,248 26,307 1,169,727 1,11",603 55.124 47.16 5.2 209.54
Loulasena & Arkansas PR. Co. ............................ 5.537.8L1 5.314,375 205,1711 1,269 3,7.4,705 3.257,357 97.3 67.80 61.25 42.O
Loulalana, Arkansas & Txase By. Co. .................... 1,2r52.Sh' 1,22'.319 23,069 4't.6 1.076,570 1,054,777 21,793 85.93 85.80 94.47
Midland Valle R. Co. ............................... 1,5 719 1,53,719 832,8ag 829,190 3.99 5.27 54.0
Missouri & Arkansas By. Co. ........................ 1'..34 3,008 968,848 7',160 857,479 695,022 1b2,"57 82.21 71.74 219.06
Mlaaouri-lIanes-Texas R. R. Co. and Controiled
Compari.tee ,'......................................... 1,307,599 2b,04t.,015 4,4,7,7o7 19,817 22,661,701 16,583,5b2 6,078,139 72.38 62.25 130.78
Milesourl Peoifio System: 4.,
Beaumont, Sour Lake & Wietern Py. Co ................. 2,213,965 2,056,58" 157,122 263 1.B10.215 1,266.173 344,042 72.73 61.57 218.96
InTenational-Great Northern R. R. C. ............... 12,1 1,18 10,408,785 1,710,988 21.375 10,190,578 7,115,9682 .076,56 8.93 68.37 179.70
1issourt Pacl-fo R. R. Co. ........................... 90,421.931 80,546,29 9,875,672 68,232,872 53,7200b 14,50..8 76.6 66.70 146.92
1ew Orleane. Texas & Mexico y. Co. ................... 2,037,257 1,854.729 176,269 6.259 1,562,179 1,132,882 429.297 76.6 61.08 243.55
St. Louts, Brownsevlle & Mexico Ry. Co. ............... 5.490.910 5,052,693 429,016 9.007 4,212,023 3,185,32 1.026,1 76.71 63.05 219.2.
Ban Antonio. Uvalde A Qulf R. R. Co. ................ 1,281,972 1,135.4b9 81.124 5,379 941.298 768.851 172. 7 7- .4 .301 212.57
Texae & Pacifi Ry. Co................................ 28,086,.77 23.426,873 4,622,215 37,589 19,472,45) 13. 91,8, 5.580.607 69.33 59.30 120.7)
National sBy. of Mexico:
Txas Mexican R. Co. ................................. 1,279.263 1,213,224 52,05 13,534 971,485 90,3,8 31,107 75.94 77.51 59.25
Oklahoma City-Ada-Atoka Ry. Co. ......................... 537.115 515.643 21,472 313,908 273.3 40,515 5.44 5.01 188.8
Southern Pacifo syste: m
St. Louis Southwestaerno Co. and Affiliated
Companies 6 ...................................... 19,363.508 18,509,727 723.814 12,967 13.199, 346 11,419.589 1.6803o81 99.376 68.17 61.70 23.16
T.x.e & Nlew oasee R. R. Co......................... 1..,95,08 36,:24.015 5.463.860 68,0i3 31,640,367 24,767,698 6,872,669 75.41 68.00 125.78
WoLhtla FalLa & Southern R. R. Co. ...................... 560,453 537,216 13,592 9,1 5 427,185 397.802 29.383 76.22 74.05 216.18

I ee S l1so Southwestern region for thief gltem.
SInoludes Southern Paorio SteaaUhip Lines.
Includes Missourl-Emnia-Texas R.R. Co.; Missourl-Kaneae-Texam R.R. Co. of Texas; and Beaver, Meeds & Englewood R.R. Co.
See also Oentral Eamtern region for thia atem.
Sea also Central Western region for this system.
SInoludes St. Louis Southwestern By. Co.; St. Loua Southweatern By. Co. of Texas; Bhreveport Bridge & Terminal Co.i and Dallas Terminal Ry. A Union Depot Co.


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TABLE IV-SUMMARY OF SELECTED OPERATING STATISTICS RELATING TO FREIHI 1ii AN I'ASENUER SERVIhLES OF INDIVIDUAL
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED 'Et' .M1B IR .l. 1936


District, region and railway


New England region ..............******************.............
Great Lakes region ........ ...............*************
Central Eastern region ...........................
Eastern district ...............................
Pooashontaa region ........................ ......
Southern region ...... ***********.......********
Southern district .........................********** ..
Northwestern region ...........................**.
Central Western region ...... ...................
Southwestern reglon ..................********........**
Western district ......... ...................
All districts .............................
EASTERN DISTRICT
NEW ENGLANDO RION
Bangor A Aroostook R. Co. ......................
Boaton a& Maine R. R. ........................**
Canadian National System: o/
Canadian National Lines n New England .........
Central Vermont By., Ino. .......................
Canadian Paclfi Systeal/'
Canadsian Pacnrlo Lines In Vermont ..............
International Ry. Co. of Maine ...................
Maine Central R. R. Co. ..........................
New Haven ysytem:6/
New York, New Haven & Hartford R. R. 0o. ......
New York Connecting R. R. o. ....................
Rutland R. R. Co. ............ ...................
GREAT LAKES REGION
CambrI & Indiana R. R. Co. .....................
Canadian National System: L/
Grand Trunk Western R. R. Co. (Including
Muskegon Ry. & Navigation Co.) **...............
Dalawara & Hudson R. R. Corporation ..............
Delowarh. Lackawanna & Wetern R. R. Co..........
Detroit Macknso Ry. Co. .......................
Detrot a Toleo Shore Line R. R. Co. .............
Erie yste Line
Eise R. R. Co.11noluding Cohicago a Erie R.R.Co.)
New Jersey & New York R. R. .Go.................
New York. Susquahanna & Western R.P. Co. (In-
oLudIng Wllkaes-Barre & Esteram R.R. Co.) ...
Laehigh Hudson River By. Co. ...................
Lehigh & New England R.R. Co......................
Lehigh Valley R. R. Co. ..........................
oongonahela Ry. Co. ..............................
Montour R. R. Co, ................................
New Haven system: /
Hew York, Ontario & Western Ry. Co. .............
New York Gantral Lines:
New York Central R. R. Co.......................
Pittsburgh A Lake Eris R. R. Co................
New York, Cbloago A St. Loula R. R. Co...........
Pore Marquette Ry. Co ..........................
Pittsburg & Shannut R. R. Co ....................
Pittsburgh A Wet Virginia Ry. Co. ................
Plttsburg. BShaout & Northern R. R. Co. ..........
Wabash SyBste:
Ann Arbor R. R. Co ............................
Wabash Ry. Co. .................................


f r


PFreiht


11,775.113
81,020,916
73,354.65


166,650,s44


20,378.1i9
80.171.b91


Train-mle0s


Passenger


Freight loade


20,591,542
67,5;32.619
81,317,429


169, 411,590


4 t


9,651,208
6O.5'.7.riio


574.073.859
2, 3.415.c67
2,3u2.471.72l


5,295.960,677


B6,7 41,642
1,857.55 ,21


Cer-Efles in transportation Bervioe
re-lght Pempty,----
11/ | nnlul~l 'g Passenger train


178o088. o !
1,42,065.20 )

3,225,506,7'4
662,310,505
1,080,337,559


121,066,82L4
56 ,7,. 376
50b: 2~t,.r


1,220,527,030


b7. 1401.2358
432,d79.522


Ton-ml lee
of
revenue
fmlaht


6b,B9, LLE862
62,B2,.22.3b6
68,4115886,950


136,202,324',19s


7, 155,133},932
lI, 155,572.o0


Revenue
passaenger-
.1 Je


1,746,846,111
4:.1B6.69.838
5,907,7 2.398


11,841,228,347


367,155.089
2,766,158,727


100.549,852 70,508,338 2,726,326,068 1,742,648,064 500,280.760 78.3),705.,936 },133.313.816
6i,021,033 47,9 ,942 1 727 124 181 1,0714,g11,052 19,392,101 39,135,69l,138 1,904,029,593
104727,'71 8a,69,004 2,929,246,725 1,789,002,750 663,22035 57 806170.499 L50,732,9W
51 1792 2,52, 78 1,275,69 806,61,o 215,797,898 25,787,926.,5 1,091,704, LO
219,140,196 164,725,684 5,932,010,332 ),670,444,883 1,196,612,.03 122,729,796,325 7,446,466,870
486,340,892 404,675,612 13,954,297,077 8,638.599,691 2,919,219.524 339.245.82b.59 22,.21.009,033


3,305,843




197 77







45,460



1.427.210
156,146
280,597
8,425,7)5
28,026
259.267
295, 394
411,204
4,595,671
271,453
213.565
1,149.583
34,719.037
1,000.688
5,920,715
4,552 ,06
64,538
393.':5'
199.227
678.686
7.110,7.?2


549,553
6,912,288
156,941
761,778

222,013
282,463
1,331,004


797,931




1,509,502
5,160,262
178,82o


5,.565,485
392,505
449,336
6,9 0
146614
3,129,550
43,131
68
451,500
2,457,000
783,513
1,526,338
1,402,928
34,900



186,103
3,171 !2?


13,427,752
115,223,512
4,281,675
24,034,014

5,5:2,921
10,441,876
30,898,768
139,40O,882




1,039,587

83,06,847
9,123,510
14.,082,U484
2,064,179
8,516,000
360,02 7,?4
136,996
2.254.275
7.225,807
7,914,838
157,131,039
8,355.018
2.533.336
23,1474,254
1,136,050,631
38,198,662
202,592,265
116,017,293
1,050,272
7,856,735
2.523.358
16,669.915
21h,459.719


10,284,128
53,183,016
2,427,248
7,557,613

1,788,07'.
4,963,81L
18,246b,928
72,121,941




961,599

.49,967,496
49,261,621
72.621,161
1.342,5358
5,890,000
191,345.873
203.375
1,720,939
4,297,208
7,266,181
82.091,682
8,592,69h1
1,921,3611
17,U77.559
773.148,02L
26,287,000
116,264,000
76.o47,a87
1,070,254
4,807,564
1.982,005
8,920,487
119,164,o22


2,623,533
35,949,192
816.275
14,079 ,047

1,027.499
1,985.003
7,566,185
15,367,915
72,265
5.579.590




9.453.953
34,97,'375
792,989


38.,851,878
1, 436,091
1,400.292
27,070
14,684
25,167.293
88.578
2.477

3.,923.222
358,987.151
3,769,526
9.651.128
9,o0,44,3
34,900

59,720
462,291
21.L17,311


251.68 1,7
2,257.b0l.S26
8,.T728,892
6BO,?75,095


622,5 0,50


332,762,395
l2,9,39207


59.827.355

1,750,6019.02
2,. 15.817,086
3,o08,998,a22

332.39b.980
7,660,:338,86
2,397,29
88.864,714
205,6993,19
333,767.515
5,?77,) ,8
45.,218,67

137.020,625
733.107,576
27,370,1-,3,17
1,780,680,000
4,415,83,o09
2,823,513,211
52,015,429
270.595,054
100oo,o320,651
165.174,637
4 lk),j07.901


12.,500.147
370,307,232
3,bo0,570
1,058, 715

4,591,166
8,959,722
U3.725,5149
1,268,606,403
16,u191,607




42. 782,297
47,821,078
464,569,825
1,970,600


352 597.323
6:872,94q
24,769,089
58,210
79,117
126,M2,001
471,584
5,724
26,579,853
2,788,243,923
49,720,381
'o0,189 ,64
k2,879,713
295,927

17.857
2,429,257
'17.953,191


1/ Include. frelght-loaded car-miles in passenger-tralnes a follows. New 1nglanrd region, 451,619; Great Lases region, 3.062,b860 central asteern region, 1,671,801; Eatern district, 5,20b,480;
Pocahontas region, 133,442; Southern region, 662,040; Southern district. 795,6 82 Northwestern region, 5,604,150; Central western region, 2,868,126; Southwesterr, region, 57,609; Western district,
5,559,885; All distrlots, 14,561,.47.
2/ Includes freight-empty and oaboose oar-miles In paoaenger-trains as follows: New England region, 434,20o; Great Lakes re lon. 3,'7.651'; Central Eastern region, 165,184; Eastern district, 4,473,042;
Pocahontas region 14,456; Southern region, 200,696: Soutnern distriot, 2L5.152; Northwestern region, 955.33; Central Western region, 1,033.723; Southwestern region. 36.732; Western distrlot,
2,025,785 ; All distrlots. 6.713,982. 1 6
3/ Inoludeo passenger-traln car-miles In rreight-traine as follows: New England region, 34126,040; Great Lake region, 18 ,629,53; Central Eastern region, 6,179,105; Eastern distrlot, 28,234,691;
Western dstreio, 6, ~7,912; ASouthern reton1, 15, 58,6?7; Southern dietriot. 16,832,109; Northwestern region, 20384.211; Central Western region, 34,958,979; Bouthweatern region, 8,052,03;
. See also Great Lakes region and Northwestern region for this system.
See also Northwestern region for this system.
See also Great Laexe region for this system.
V/ See also New England region and Northwestern region for tnts asytem.
See also New England region for this system.


Frih Pasne -freighti ~


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TABLE IV-SL-NMAiR 'IF LLI LL IL OFFER.AI lN k I. IS] ICS RELLATINi [ID FRLIGHF AN'D PANSLNGER SERVICES OF INDIVIDUAL
SL.0 1 iTLA.M KiIL~~A-3. FOR 1LE YEAR ENDLD lELCEMBER 31. 1936 -CounltUnd

Traln-milea Gar-milea in transportation servioo Ton-mlles
Freight eof Revenue
Distriot, region and railway r' relgt emptyrerer ht loed P
Freignt Passenger Preight loaded Including Paeliger train 1/ revu miles
caboose. i __________t____________ght 1"11

EABTERl DISTRICT Continued
CENTRAL EASTERh REGION
Akron, Cantr.on & Youngstown Ry. Co ................ 382,203 5,17.110 2,360,169 210.568 141.175,654 15,152
Baltimore & OhSo System: P
Baltimore a Ohio R. R. Co ..................... e, 12c,780 13.975,o85 5U5.887,134 )333,71,631 976. o90 15.931.213 27 55 6253
leten Island Rapid Transit By. Co. ............. ..23363 1.3k,28 91.753 7.776 26,5 .167 :409iU *19
Seeeemer & Lake Eie R. Ft. o ..................... .571 04) 120,49 3 4..34:'3 .3 .rlb.431 28L: 76 1.9862791.703 2,679,172
Chioago & Eastern Illinois Ry. Co. ............... ?.,toi.50O6 2.009,56 53.581.262 28.bl8.3)I 12.571.857 1,380,502,596 75.741574
Chicogo & Illinoris Mdland Ry. Co. ................ ..09 7,26.540 5,7,23 72 0.5,
Chi ago, Indianapolie & Louisville Co ........ 1766910 91,OE .676 19.42:, 5, 5 922 0936,927 1,72679
Detroit, roledo a Ironton R. R. Co. .............. 901,56 17,7,2)76 12,883,009 69,)6 491,991, 1 185,251
Elg., Joliet & Eastern By. Co. .................. .L1,9,658 2L1 230,50. 5 20,079,429 1,303 1,082,310.665 ,0
11linoli Terminal Co .............................. 76. ;O 2.670,963 LO,.Lu.00 6.150,000 3,795,72 304.710.000 5O7,9
Missouri Pacific system: a1
Mtsourt-r-llnots BR.. Co. ..................... 169.261 103.075 1,95b,306 1,?02,860 21L,730 65,212,L61 574,706
Pennsylvafnia System:
Long Island R. B. Co ........................... 71..152 b4.10...:.7 ,396,159 3.66Z.721 63 655,709 93.312,995 1,39.T139,.2B
? .::. ..:,9: : 'Q :o7 ,o 1,261,1 37,bl 78.0 07.075 35i.909.124 )5,706,781,000 2, i,8a02,20
Pennsylvanle-Reading Seashore Lines ................. 3.b, l 1.794.369 4,052.91) ).30.877 9.196,296 126,625,666 243,176,550
Reading System:
Central R. R. Co. of NBee Jersey ................ all2,l 1, 1L 36 99,302,b58 398,52.030 16.672,507 il.6,196,9i 165,784,127
Reading Co Co..................................... 4,381 2 51, 89b IQ,94.207 3,1.85,199 1,26,52 65, 0114,798B 5. 2,0
Western Maryland By. .. .L,92 095L ,6 7 .8 0): ,7221
Wheeling & Lake Die By. Co ...................... 1,75. l 02 37,97,8b5 22, 7,477 31.972 1,05,667856 1037,722
BOUTHiNU DISTRICT
POCAHONTAS REGION
Choespeake & Ohio By. Co ......................... 10,500.52 539,058 47217316 3 2,025131 29,662 20,597,94000 156tO0396?092


SOUTHERN RBmIOS
AtlantlO Coast Line system.
Alanta A loslingal RC R. Co C................. 29,b96 252,668 U,748,170 1.56,141 1.968,0O7 84,256,066 15,467,621
Atlanta, ai'emnghat P Co.Bt R. R. Co ............ 982,971 345,792 15, LO,823 .2 3,17,1 5 272,30),424 11,O13,o87
RAtlanti Coast Line R. R. Co ... .......... ... .. 7,278,912 9 1 6 ,260872 2.9, 95 15
Cherleston A Western Carolina By. Co .......83,052 1 6 I1,72.3 6 28,922 209,331,715 1,013. Si
Clnohtield R. R. Co ........................... 674:,9 0 3,236 23,:28.796 15:4,213b 765.560 186385.277 3:620,b8b
eorgia R. ., Lesee Orana ton ............. 785.013 261,335 1807,9 6,139,269 450,464 289.0992,0068 11,21,922




^u!!frt.. *6 10 ;l.t ": :61 a : :::::::::::::::9 93i:?,5 3;3 021:7 1143.050.76| 2 ,, 711.9. .555
Lo uvlvtle & Nashville R. R. o.................. 13.69,810 8,872,951 3 15, -)61 224,652,582 61,8,869 1,031,630,10 33,0211
Behville, hattanooga & St. Louis By. .............. 236:,096 1,2690,13 5,101,838 23.325,811 11,9, '92O 936.92 172 62.579,3Z6
Western By. of labama ......................... F56,621 250,018 6,536,295 1,78 2,612 2,095,267 90,594,793 15,708,361
Columbus & Green ille By. Co. ..................... 267,974 246,814 21 860396 1,7042.7 160 6s,3 38,171,5Z6 5.13 9 62 7
Florida st CGoaet By. go ........................ 9,19,974 1,3339.444 8.,60319 15.155,043 iib161.07.O .48,977.75 3 113,92.995
Georgi a & Floridate R. (n1. luding Stateboro
Northern By.) ................................. 49,82" 93.050.09 259,2 7110915. 2, 2U,,127 4
Gulf, Mobile a Northern R. R. Co ................. 991,195 B,89 30o 98,077 1.,O50,70; 2,591,292 711.915.775 24.527.5




/ ee page 38, note 3.
See also Contral Western region for this system.
Bee also Soultheatern region for this system.


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TABLE IV-SUMMARY OF SELECTED OPERATING SIATTTTOS RELATING TO FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE OF INDIVIDUAL
CLAS8 I STEAM RAILWAYS, FOR THE YEAR ENDED IECCMiBElI 31, 19.16 -Co,r,inued


Distrlot, region and railway


SOUTHERN DISTRICT Continued
SOUTHERN RHlION Continued
Kislntei ppi Central R. R. o. .......................
Norfolk Southern R. R. Co ..................
Seaboard Air Line By. Co. ...........................
Southern System:
Alabama Grt Southern R. R. Co ...................
Cincinnati, Neo Orleans a Texa Pacific y. Co ....
Oeorgil Southern & Florida By. Co..................
Mobile & Ohio R. R. Co.-............................
NeOw Orleans & Northeasitern R. R. Co. ...............
Northern Alabama By. Go. ...........................
Southern Ry. O ....................................
Tennessee Central Ry. Co .............................
WESTERN DISTRICT
NORTHWESTERN REION
Canadian National Systema1,
Duluth, Winnlpeg & Pacific By. Co. (Including
Duluth, Rainy lake & Winnipeg Co.) ............
Canadian Pacific System:5/
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic Ry. Co. .............
Minneapolis, St. Paul Sbault Ste. Mare Ry. Co. ...
spokane International By. Co ......................
Chicago A North western Syetem:
Chicago a North Western Ry. Co. ....................
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis A Omaha By. Co......
Chicago Great Western R. R. Co. ......................
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul a Pacific R. R. Go .....
Duluth, Mesrabe & Northern By. Co. ...................
Great Northern By. Co. ....................................
Green Bay A Western R. R. Co. ........................
Lake Superior a IZbpealcg R. R. o. ..................
Minneapolle & Bt. LoulS R. R. Co. ....................
Northern Pacific By. On. .............................
Bpokane, Portland a Seattle By. Co. and Affiliated
Companies : .......................................
CENTRAL WESTERN RIlION
Atohiseon, Topeka a Santa re y. Co. and Affiliated
Companies V .......................................
Baltimore a Ohio Systea: /
Alton R.. Co. ...................................
Burlington Routel
Chicago, Burlington & quinoy R. R. Co. .............
Colorado a Southern ay. co. ........................
Fort Worth a Denver City By. Do. ...................
Denver h Rio Grande Western R. R. Co. ................
Denver & Balt Lake By. Co. ...........................
Nevada Northern By. Go. ..............................
Rook Island System:
Chicago, Rook Island b Gulf By. Co. ...............
Chicago, Rook Island a Pacific By. Co. .............


I Train-miles I


Freight


Passenger


I t I


199, 69
870,290


92,6,479
2,40,913
5143,307
2,039,200


15.143.1 3
931,709





193,469
463,864
4, 546, 588
146,553


2:754.864,
.127,217
16,62, 968

9724,051,
9, 37 ,873


1,801,259
8,575.733
1,2118,170



21,882,504
2,1463,850

1,200 ,915
1,078,501

3,897,834111
478,8;18
40,510


99,91j4
6 99, 89
6,670,103

719.891
1,127,860
486.067
1,226.581
300.137
70,272
12,40, J77
243, 88





108,283
407,598
2,739,556
98,316

12,8&97,126
2,412,327
1662,08 M
11,092,944
244, 308
8,136,012
428

1,009,292
6,185,433

760,234



19,858,548
2,059,000

13,972,422
769,133
958,457
2,17 ,907
176,058
116,773


765,000 560,230
1),276,64 10.380,522


Car-miles In transportation Service
Freig ad Freight loaded t ept, Pasenger trains/
inoludlin
__- bOO__I


12,2:8
16,20,291
1i70, 65,72

23,813,946
70 i7,lo
51328,1b3

S08557,987











31,96,172,
6,6750291
155.51,765


60o,36,700
9J ,39,o6B





35,20,411
259,8o6,251
31,896,172



615,675.028
55,901,765
298,7786,0760
21. 561,004

b,965,170
820o,612

13,901,781
298,336,070


I--r
I/ oee page 38, note 1.
See page 38, note 2.
See page }8, note 3.
See also New England region and Great Lakes region for this system.
ISee lso New England region for this system.
Includes Spokane., Portland & Seattle By. Co.; Oregon Trunk Ry.; Oregon Eleotrio By. Co.; and United Rys. Co.
Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co.; Gulf, Colorado & Santa re Ry. Co.; and Panhandle A Santa Fe By. Co.
B ee also Central Eastern region for this system.
Not operated an a part of the Southern Railway BSystem.


1,174,379
6,57 3,705
77,5142.230


39,368. 61
5,858,997
21,938,034)

5, 5 .18
967,504
L77,027.60b






2,830,223
3,6894,241
52.211,096
1.33b,238

201,040,123
35,082,283
295,060,647
30. 579.74

2,98,584
1.9"5. 325
20,071,200
140,570,746
15.537.80ob



377,114,184
311,852,389

14,613,26b
13.156,095
55,425,198
5,570,711
576, 3587

10,340.511
182,902,920


269,302
44,801,745

5,868, L417
10,155,9i2
4,536,o69

2.302,591
2,
292,826
83,428,256
89o,660





643,220
1,418,697
19,138,786
315.770

87,045,826
16,968,418
7.752, U
75,592,436


321.510
62,753
2,1420,4170

4,773,558



157,010,489
13,148,359
89 7],7147
4, 696,141
5,617,773
16,742,129
1,007,987
251.,501


Ton-miles
of
reve nue
freight


52.350,129
2,099:.54:060


1,22:821.bLl
152,019.113
1,130,519,225


6,425,269, 336
194,69l,987





1533,630.691
161,503 910
2,230,414,647
7,5081,935

6, 171 1115,711
1, 471,356.85
1: 929233 942
9, 405,95998
75,9,775.51916




11,51,453,:06
125,987,00
94,697,000













2,193,915,000
1975034,049191
31,756,906


Revonue
paesBn oig ,
miles


1,217,032
6,402,022
262,368,305


1.744lE18
o6,534,575
22,917.322












830,229
14,.83,790
1,579.13b
5b7.85730,14
3.15,8294





1,323,780

;743,681
75,911,976
830,229

662,41),574

'3,5 792
1,960,547
301,7 6,187
4:9,993
63,257
8,460,808
260,18 ,172
28,1490,173



872,941,585
106,125,719
499,515,927
3 1 61650
97 230,219
5,03,6, 077
1,1514,627


3,866,5g9 I 27T.517,6 1L9,694,836
68,o63,o I 6.217.816, 0 2 418,189.705


40












TABLE IV--SI1MARY


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
OF MElE TrE'D OPERATING STATISTICS REL. rING TO FREIGHI AND PASSENGER SERVICES OF INDIVIDUALL
CLASS I s1E\aM RAILVWA'. FOR THE YE4R ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1936 -CoiDitnued


Train-miles Car-miles In transportation service Ton-miles
District, region and ratlway Freight empty, of Revmene
Freight Passenger Freight loaded Including Passenger train re len
naboose 2/ freight

WESTriN DISTRICT Continued
CENTRAL WESTERN REGION Continued
Southern Pacific System: k
Nortnoestern Paciflo R. R. Co. ..................... 450,'? 6 892...55 7, 37,65 6,719,662 ,OLu4,571 159,757,i17 69,851.769
Southern Pacific Co. 5 ............................. 17,507,1.6 16,457,b535 7.,1l5,.535 56'7,I ,95 1LJ8,2,7 11,276,552,157 1,555.619 301
Toledo. Peoria & Western R. R ........................ 679,15 ,0t7,399 46,l1T,777 8,0V 193,155,25 2,751
Union Paoific R. R. Co. .............................. 22,172,b95 15,2b5,h01 69r,L0,.i20 l17,768,b80 1 .,529,905 12,522,29,230 916,770.,9l
Ut B Ry. Co. ......................................... 471 2,152,116 2' 7,68 95,567,828
Western Pacific R. R. Co. ............................ 2,29,2b 728,265 P6,137,722 5,96 0,15 6,729,2. 1,6 5,103,27 28,57,18
SOUTHWESTERN REGION
Burlington-Rooli Island R. R. Co. ..................... 2.56,635 h15.,712 5,2L,293 ?,100,862 719,025 7',669,000 5.}3,526
Fort Smith & Western Ry. Co. ......................... 251.1. 5,0561,;0 1,665,81 5,}6;5 55,6632,0008 1.i:.92
Frinoa Lines:
Fort Worth & Rio drande RY. Co. .................... 121,76b 157,106 1.516,DD8 989,962 02,.55 18.56.214 659 ,64
at. Louis-Ban Francisco By. Co. .................... 8,7 ,7,277 5,b7,:5s 18r,572,b07 llb,2L1,592 54A,ss,k-2 5,872,19},77b 179,591,867
St. Louis. Ban Franoisoo & Texas By. Co. ............ 550,,L) 10a..57 5,59,656. 5,0 1,558 165.697 9.75b.t,97 559,591
Kansas City Southern Ry. Co. ......................... 1,q91,2.8 blO.. L20 52,644.74L 29, 7,420 5,651.5 l,176,?6,55 12, 57,700
Kansas, Oklahoma & Gulf RBy. Co. ...................... 560,791 I2,,ol6 ,,5,,L 7,O ,11, 12IO.8 2175:.1 ,,6
Loutsiana & irkanaf RBy. Co. ......................... 70,-,14 .'7.a7Q 17 1b9,1. 10,652,752 1,879,028 I6 .55.5 5,675,07
LoutsLana, Arkansas & Texas By. Co. .................. 552,220 5,096,656 2,562,541l. 1..,.1 112,555,22 152,272
Midland Valley R. R. Co.............................. "02.,81 .oD?,L-27 2,905,202 1098,20.687 .
Missourl & Ark ana By o00. ....................... .270196 195,1.53 3,86,o00 1,759,000 67'.,902 89,5..io 788.285
MisnoUPI-Kansae-Toene .R R. CO. and Controlled
oCoupants ................. ................... 1.670.211 L,211,956 125,c06,2350 80,898.38 29,279,1.96 2,360,7i7.,.98 140.703.950
Missouri Paolfic System!: I'
Beaumont, Sour Lake & Western Ry. Co. .............. 2A.,225 h02,'21 8,978,7 6,629,0I l,15,402 17:,72J,U,6 6,19,0
Internatlonal-Oreat Northern R. R. Co. ............. .20.2..56 1,725.,66 6.,9 ,1 o,1S0,l8b,8 12,b661,002 ,70,.13,515 64,505.960
Missour Pacifio R. R. Co. ......................... 14,929,000 9,210,977 115, 1.0,dT71 2s6,721,.50 59,715.621 8,692,874,166 2C6,7~4,l68
NB Orleans, Texas a Mextoo Ry. Co. ................ 26bt.d0 250,413 6,,fI5,821 6,371,092 1,553,606 12,579,077 7,106,982
St. Louis, Brownsville UMexico Ry. Co. ............. .', 9 6u2, 62 20,72L,"82 17,175,688 4,005,721 509,225,2bL 10,725.758
San Antonio, 'inade A Gulf R. R. Co. ............... 31o,t"9 141,8OA 5, 15',99 2,427,090 717,159 61,270,257 1,909,358
Texas & Pacriof Ry. Co. ............................ .. ..6b,62 2,905,121 105,805,823 69,079.198 24,175.071 1,956,255,255 165,593,052
National Rye. of Mexico:
Texas Mexican By. Co. .............................. 2)2, b4 2,560,11r 2,197,208 245,525 62,555,176 60j.5'7
Oklahoma City-Ada-Atoks By. Co. ...................... 105.. 2; 85,802 769,1L.0 527,745 405. 1 17,170,575 255,581
Southern Paclfic System: 8./
St. Louis Southwestern Ay. Co. and Affiliated
Companies 2' ..................................... .5,057 1,16,57 89, 68,b2 52,816,990 ,5, 210 1,671,162.217 18,76 89
Texas & N Orlan R. R. ...................... ,?02011 4 '18,90M I;,5,1 7 96,116 ,607 3,.,067 5,4.2,296,389 213, ,6
Wclhlta Falls & Southern R. R. Go. ................... 251i.210 141 1,057,55 717.u77 120,195 21,912,000 164


1/ See page 38, note 1.
See page 58. note 2.
See page 38. note 3.
See also Southwestern region for Lrol system.
Includes Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Includes MIssourt-Eanaea-rexas 6.1d. Co.; Missouri-Kanaes-Paxas R... Co.
'ee also Central Eastern region for this svstem.
V See laso Central Caatern region for this system.
Includes St. Louis Southwestern Ry. Co.; St. Louis oEuthwestern Ry. Co.


of Texase and Beaver, Meade & Englewood R.R. Co.


of Teras; 5hreveport Bridge & Terminal Co.; and Dallas Terminal Ry, & Union Depot Co.








%2 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
)37150
BUiREALT OF STATISTICS

TABLE V-L'NIl RELLENEP_. MNIT -OASTA %ND RIELATIF. A\ERAXiES BI DISTRICTS AND RFOGIiNS. AND FOR SELECTED
CLA,, 1 1TE.AM R.II.rT.E i. u'R SYSTLith FOR f1UE YEXAC 1936- 1932J/

Freight revenue Freight revenue Freight revenue Percent nonrevenue
per p"r per of total
District. region and railway freight groes ton-mile. 2 loaded oar-mile revenue not ton-mile net ton-alies V
1936I 193 I 133 1932 19b 1935 93 1933 3 193b 193 1994 1913 1593 193b 1915 r 190]4 19 1932
-(M a ) ( (Tcont) (Cents) Prent )

New Dgland rgn .............. ................... .5.51 5.55 5.36 5.6bb 5.89 30.2 50.1 29.0 30.- 31-9 1.56 1.59 1.57 1.67 1.75 5.7 6.1 7.1 6.2 b.1
3.78 .08 3.53 3.5 3 23.7 23.0 22.) 22.2 22.t .99 1.00 .98 i.00 1.03 7.1 8.1 8.2 5.4 8.g4
Ge t Le ken region ................................. .. 14.1 '-. 06 23. 2 .7 6.
Central astern reaon .............................. .98 .98 9. 28.3 27. 27.2 27.4 .98 .98 .95 .96 1.01 .7 6. 6.5 6. 6.9
Eastern district ..................................... .10 1.01 3.84 3.88 3.98 26.5 25.5 25.0 24.9 25.3 1.02 1.02 1.00 1.02 1.06 6.8 7.1 7.! 7.4 7.6
ocahonta region .................................... 25 3.20 3 07 3.1.5 .16 27.4 26.9 25.9 2t.'k 2o.6 .641 .614 .62 .63 .b4 5.8 3.7 3.8 3.5 3.8
outer region ....................................... .368 3.67 3.5 3.69 ).70 22.2 22.0 21.8 22.! 22.4 1.OO 1.00 .o0u 1.07 1.09 10.8 11.2 11.5 11.2 11.4
Southern dietriot ........................... ...... 3.51 3.4L9 3.38 3.-6 3.149 2).9 23.6 23.1 23.t 23.7 .E3 .84 .84 .85 .87 5.5 7.8 8.1 7.6 7.9
Northwestern region .................. ......... ... 3 3.9 3.53 3.7 3.6 22.5 22.5 21.? 23.2 22.9 .99 1.01 1.05 1.05 1.114 12.3 12.8 12.6 11.7 13.2
Central Wester region ............................... 3.27 3.19 3.21 3.3b 53.9 20.1 19.6 19.6 20.b 21.2 1.02 l.O.j 1.05 1.0O 1.15 11.9 12.5 11.9 10.7 11.2
southweeern region .................... .............. 3.--i 3.3.4 3.25 3.35 3.55 21.1 20.5 20.1 20.7 21.9 1.05 1.06 1.oo 1.07 1.15 2.) 11.o 11.7 L.o 10.1
Western dletriot ................................... Y._3 3-.5 3.31 3.-47 3.58 2i.0 20.7 20.I 21.1 21.9 1.02 1.04 1.05 1.05 L.15 12.1 12.5 12.1 11.1 11.5
All distriota ................................. ).o3 3.b63 .561 3.63 3.72 23.7 23.2 22.7 23.2 23-. .97 .99 .98 1.00 1.05 9.2 9.2 9.2 8.8 9.1
Alton R. R. G. ............. ....................... .... ?.. 3.21 3.19 3.-9 3. 3, 22.0 21.1 0o.o 22.3 22.7 .94 .95 .98 1.07 1.10 4.7 5.) 5.2 4.9 4.6
Atohison. Topeka & Santa Fe By. Co. and Aflliated
Toi s .........................e .... 3b 3.33 .36 '.145 3.61 20.9 20. 20.5 21.2 22. 1.12 1.L 1.12 1.12 1.18 L0. 9.- 9.3 8.1 8.
Atlantio Coast Line R. R. Co. ......................... 3.98 .21 L.31 4.42 .37 21.5 22. 23.5 2).9 2.6 1.U2 1.56 L. 1.69 1.71 19.14 11.6 18.8 17.6 21.5
Baltimore A Ohio R R. Co. ............................ 3.98 3.95 3.7 3.82 3.92 27.1 .7 6 25. 2b.3 26.2 .93 .95 .92 .91 .99 b.6 0. 6 B.7 7.0 6.7
Bmee.mer A Lake MEr R. Co. ....................... 5.01 5.0 14.86 4.9 5.07 43.7 43.0 o40.7 42.9 43).6 .77 .80 .7o .82 .90 L.2 1.2 1.2 1.3 1.7
SBoton & Maine R. R. .................................. 5..2 5.6 .0 5.08 5.Z1 5.68 28.9 28.8 28.0 29.3 -0.3 1.'47 1.l5 1.48 1.58 1.04 1.9 5.1 7.5 4.6 3.6
Central of Georgia RF. Co. ........................... J .63 3.9 :.55 3.61 3.59 19.6 19.8 19.4 19.3 1.2 1.06 1.1 1.08 1.13 1.1l 11.5 12.6 12.2 12.4 11.6
Central R. R. Co. of New Jersey ...................... 6.24 0.16 5.96 6.10 6.38 U2.4 a 42.5 42.2 42.5 .5 1.8 1.7 1.1 1.39 1.48 .1 5.0 4.9 4.9 4.8
Chesapeake & Ohio hj. Co. ........................ .... .3. 3.12 2:.5 3.01 3.04 27.0 2b.5 25.2 25.6 26.0 61 .58 .59 .59 1.2 .7 ).8 3. 3.7
Chloigo & Eastern Illinois y. Co. ..................... .81 5 3.49 3.60 3.63 23-9 23-5 23.0 23-. 2. 7 -93 .90 .88 .91 .94 5.W 5.3 5.3 4.5 1.8
Chlosso & North Western Ry. Co. ....................... .57 3.51 3.38 3.56 3.61 22.3 2L.6 20.b 21.7 21.7 1.1b 1.20 1.18 1.23 1.31 17.6 17.9 16.3 16.1 15.5
Chicego, Burlington & quinoy R. R. Co. ................ 3.10 5.06 3.05 3.33 3.54 1.8. 18.6 18.5 20.3 21.2 .88 .29 .91 .9b 1.00 15.7 16.9 16.4 15.0 15.4
Chloago Great Western R. R. Co. ....................... 3.01 2.89 2. 2.88 3.02 18.4 17.8 17.1 18. 18.5 Z .8 .68 .87 .92 .9-4 5.8 5.9 5 6.8 6.8
Chicago, Indlanapolis & Louisville R?. Co. ........... .95 .75 3 .b 3 .7b 3.E)3 25.1 23.7 2).0 2.6 25. .91 .89 .91 9 .9 5.4 5.2 5 6.0 5.2
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & PaolfLa R. R. C........ 3.2 3.21 321 .1 .37 '.40 20.6 20.4 20.1 21.5 21.6 .95 .97 .97 .99 1.03J 1- 16.1 2l. 13.14 15.5
Chclago. Rook Island & Pactiio Fy. Co.
(Including Ciloago, Rook island A Gulf ry. Co.) .... .29 3.32 3.31 .6 3.5 20.0 20.1 20.3 21.5 21.7 .96 1.01 1.01 1.04 1.10 9.0 9.5 8.9 7.3 6.5
Chicago. St. Paul, lUnnespolla & Omaha R Co. ....... .09 4.07 .91 .19 .24 25 2. 2 3 2.6 25.2 25.2 1.05 1.08 1.08 1.14 1.22 5.9 6.0 7.6 8.9 10.5
Cincinati, New Orleane & Texas Polfic Ry. Co. ...... 3.72 3.6o 3.41 .4.; 3.35 20.6 20.1 19.2 19.3 18.9 1.02 1.05 1.02 1.05 1.06 4.9 5.0 3.9 3.5 4.7
Delaware A Budaso R. R. Corporation .................. 4.07 14.09 4.0) 4.18 4.25 25.1 25.3 25.9 26.3 2f.0 .88 .92 .93 .99 1.02 4.5 4.6 4.8 5.0 5.8
Delaware, Laokawanna a Weatern B. R. Co. .............. 4.38 1.43 0.31 u.4.40 U.64 25.5 25.8 25.- 25.3 2.7 1.20 1.2o 1.22 1.25 1.30 8.4 9.2 8.5 8.2 B.3
Denwar I Rio Grande Western R. Co. .................. .77 3.88 3.72 3.71 3.93 23.6 23.4 22.1 22.4 23.4 1.05 1.0? 1.07 1.05 1.15 10.8 9.2 8.8 7.9 8.2
Duluth, Minabeb & Northern By. Co. .................... b.51 o.27 6.2 b.2} 0.70 51-7 51.) 47.6 52.1 48.0 1.08 1.O .99 6.Ob 1.30 .7 .7 .8 .7 2.4
ltgin, Joliet Etastern Ry. Co. ....................... 7.02 6.53 5-49 5.64 5.23 53.7 50. 44.5 145.1 41.4 1.52 1.42 1.25 1.27 1.18 8.1 5.8 5-6 5.5 4.9
Erls R. R. Co.
(Inoluding Chicago a ErDI R. R. Co.) ............... 3.39 3.28 3.20 3.26 3.24 20.4 19.9 19.8 20.3 20.2 .9b .95 .95 .97 .98 7.8 8.2 8.5 8.4 8.5
Grand Trunk Western R. R. Co.
(Inoluding Muakegon By. a Navigation Co.) b, ...... 4.2 4.19 3. 5 3. 5 .94 2a. 25.3 23.7 2 .3 23.6 1.21 1.25 1.17 1.17 1.1 L.3 6.1 6.0 5.7 4.6
Oreat Northern By. C. ............................... 3.5b 3.74 .68 3.B 5.90 23.0 24.0 25.3 2 23.9 .29 .95 .98 .97 1.06 7.9 8. 10.0 8.0 10.7

Railways having frelgr.t revenue in excess of S10.000,000. For additional related averages. see the '"omparative Statement of Operating averages."
f Nonravenue ton-miles Included in divisor.
1 lonrevenue loaded oar-mllee Included in divlesor.
I' Basic data for 1936. but not for prior years. exclude the net ton-miles of oar ferry and water transfer services. Percentages for the Grand Trunk Wletern R.R. Co., and Pere Marquette Ry. Co.,
are materially affected by trls exclusion.
y Averages based on returns that include the Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe By. Co.; Oulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Ry. Co.; and Pannandle & Santa Fe Ry. Co.
Averages for 1935 and 1936 based on returre that Include the Grand Trunk Weatern R.R. Co. and Muakegon Ry. & Navigatlon Co.

Note. The method of dertivng tre various average In Table V to erplalned in detail by the formulas on page 52.






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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 34
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE V-IUNIT REVENUES Ir'r COSTS. iND RELATED AVERAGES BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS, AND FOR SLLECTED
CLASS I STEM1 RAILWA'IS OR SYSTEMS FOR 'iHE YEARS 1936- 1932 -Cootimuedi/

Freight revenue Freight revenue Freight revenue Percent nonrvenue
per per per of total
Distrlot. region and railway freight gro ron-mile 2' loaded car nale J/ revenue net ton-mile not tonllee V
19 191 94 1 19 191b 19_______9 ____ 191 19_____ _11d 1930 P9er cen t 19 1 193b 1 14_ 19L4 19,4
i*.(lls. (Cente) Centa (-Prenant
2.lLfnoie Central R. R. Co.
(Including ysoo & Mtsalaslppi Valley R. R. Co.i ... 5.27 5.18 5).7 .5.26 5.22 20. 20.4 20.2 21.5 21. 0.90 0.89 0.89 0.9 0. 1 12.5 12.4 12.7 11.1 10.6
International-Great Northern R. H. Co. .................. 72 5.77 .i8 5.55 5.71 22. 25.0 22.5 22.7 22.8 1.28 1.27 1.20 1.1 1.1.0 14.2 8.5 10.0 8.5 8.9
aseam Clty Soulthern y. Co. 51 .............. ...... A.91 5.76 ..62 ,'.o' 3.70 25.5 2.6 21.9 22.2 25.3 1.05 1.02 .99 .98 1.01 6.3 5.7 56 59 4..
Lehigh ,Valley R. C............................... ..5.5 4.2 1 .11 .25 1. .58 27.5 26.1 25.5 25.6 26.1 .09 1.07 1.0O 1.11 1.15 1.7 .6 59 9 5
Long eland R. C ................................ 2.5 23.51 21.56 21.:2 22.31 1.7' 179. 6o.o 15,.5 158.5 7.0: 6. .66 5.91 5.89 8.2 .7 6.0 6.9 5.0
Louievllle a Nashville R. R. Co. ..................... 5.51 5.52 r5.8 5.52 5.b2 .1 2, 2.7 25.1 .7 .79 .81 82 .85 5.8 6. 6.8 7.0 7.1
Maine Central R. R. Co. .............................. .61 5. 1 5.O0 5.87 6.22 52.5 2.1, 1.9 52.3 5".0 1.61 1.62 1.66 1.7 1...5 5.9 41.2 4.1 !,.7
Minneapollm & St. LoUIe a Cc. ..................... .83 7 5. 55 1.81 .8? 33. 25.1 22. 21.. 2.6 1.01 1.0! 1.09 1.0 10.7 15.0 15.2 15.6 15.1
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Bault Bte. Marle Ry. Co. ..... 5.. 1 3.9b 5 .B5 .16 1.2 ,2 22.5 22.6 22.0 2..1 25.7 1.08 1.09 1.13 1.19 11.L 9.5 9.1 9.6 9.7
L 'l.ee- a a ..C..d o ........ 5.29 5.21. 5.50 5. 20.7 20.0 19.7 20.9 22.14 1.10 1.12 1.11 1.17 1.22 12.6 7.1 8.2 6.5 6.6
lMesourt Pacific H. Co. ................... ....... 2.8 2.81. 2.95 5.01 18.9 18. 17.8 18.5 19.1 .92 .91. .95 .9 1.01 18.0 l1.0 13.1 13.7 15.1
o Ubile & Ohio R. R. Co. ..............................*..f 5.28 ).11, 5.15 5.19 19.. 1.8.5 l8.(. 1 8.1, .3 .90 .89 .19 .12 8.1 1.7 10.1 10.5 10.0
B saBhlle, Chattanooga BSt. Louit F. ............... .10 5.97 5.7-P !.72 3.78 21.1. 20.7 20.2 20.1. 20.7 1.25 1.26 1.21, 1.22 1.25 8.2 8.8 9.0 9.0 9.1.
tnoudo g B s ton & Aly R. R. Co.) ......... .. 5 .1 .29 5.0 .7 21. 21.0 20 21.1 95 .93 .9 .98 10.5 10. 11.0 11. 11.6
ew York, Cohiincgo & 8St. Loi .. .....................6 5 2 51 5 .uO 2. 5.05 9 1.. 19.0 18.1 17.9 17.8 1 9 4.5 46. 0 5.70 5.6"
eYorkN ae Haven =rtfod=. R. Co .5.97 .' 5.6b r .91 6.28 52.3 51.9 52.1 1. 5.8 1.7 o 1 0 6.5 7 .4 8.7 90
ourfoke ,a rn 6 Co........................ 2 ........ 2 5. 1 5. ~. 272 2.5 2 .0 2. 6. 9 1. : .11 :
Northem Paiflto By. Co ............................. 5.53 5.4 3.07 5. 80 .03 20.0 20.7 20.7 22. 22.! .99 1.05 1.10 1.15 1.26 17.9 17.5 .1 15. 16



Penn Aylvnia OsLtm V .......................... ...7 .6 20. 2. 2 2. .1 1. .2 1.2 .5 20. 20.2
Pcore Har -luette Ry. Co .............................. : .01 :, 2. 1 : .9 9 93 7.5 71 7. 7.6 8.1


5. C R .1. 2' 1.053
pttburgh & Lake Ere C .......... ..... 6 5. 5. .2 2.2 21 5.7 50.5 Z. 9 1,9 1. 1.11 27 1.09 1.00 8 1.9 2.0 2.0 1.9 15.7 15
Soeading C o. ........................... ............. ... 5 .21 L .50 1 .7 5.07 27.0 2o.5 2 5.!. 50.7 21 1.08 1. 1.1 1.1 1 .27 7.5 979 10.2 1.7 5.8
t. Lois- .n Francoo By. Co ......................... 54.1 3," 5.2 9 5.52 5.76 21.8 21.2 21.0 21.9 25.5 1.01 1.07 1.10 1.10 1.16 14.7 1.8 18.9 175 14.2
TOoape, a B/oio5. 6 ............................... .... 5 .5 -.7 20. 20.2 20.0 2 217 1.10 1.15 1.12 1.16 1.27 8. .1 6.2 5. .7
Uteon e. C, 5....... ............................ 2.9 7 .o9 5.9 0 29 2 1 2.9 18. 7 21. 9 1. 1. 2 1. 27. 1.0 1 1.0 5 1. 17. 1 1 6 ,. 15. i6.2
uthern ific Co.................. ............... .3 5.26 3 .3 5 20. 1 :08 1.1.1 1.12 1.18 1.27 7.5 9.9 10.2 10.2 10.,



Weet;rn arSyleni By. Co. ...... ........:::: 4 40' 59 .86 9 1 .90 1 50. 30. 29.9 51.6 55 .0 .5 .8 .81 .8 6 10.1 5.4 5.2 5.2 4.9
r Pacifi H. C ...... 7 .................. 2.5 2.99 lb. 6. 15.7 16.5 16.7 .8 .8 .87 .8 .95 11.5 7.2 6. 5.5 6.
Wh e llng a Lak Er le y. Co. .......................... 5, 5.17 4: 4. .79 4.9 58.7 58.7 57.0 36.9 37.5 1.5 1Y 1.01 96 1.02 5.9 4.0 5. 3 .6 5.9
2/ RHilwaya having freight revenue toin excess of $10,000*000. ror additional related average, see the "Comparative Statement of Operating Averagesa.
Slonrevenue ton-t1lee Included In divisor.
Nonrovenue loaded car-mtlla Included In divieor.
Basc date for 1956, but not for prior years, excludes the not ton-mllea of car ferry and water tr afelr services. Percentmges for the Grand Trunk Western R.R. Co., and Pere Marquette Ry. Co.
are materlally affected by this exclueton.
A eragee based on returns that Include the Texarkana & Ft. Smith IRy. Co., the property of this company having been leased to the aneaas City Southern Ry. Co., effective February 1, 195,.
Average bmeed on return that Include the eemaourl-Kansae-Texal R.R. Co.; Missourl-Kanasm-Texam R.R. Co. of Texase; and Beaver, Meade v Englewood R.RR. Co.
Includes Penraylvania B.R. Co.;i War Jersey A& ashore R.R. Co. (from Jan. 1, 1932 to June 21, 1955); Pennaylvania & Atlantic R.R. Co.; Rosslyn Connect ing R.R. Co.; Philadelphia & Beach Haven
R.R. Co.; and WaYnemburg & washington R.R. Co.
8 Averagee bamed on return that include the St. Louis Southeestern Ry. Co.; St. Loutl Southwestern Ry. Co. of Texas; Dallas Terminal Ry. & Depot Co.; and Shreavport Bridge & Terminal Co.
Average based on returns that Include the Los Angeles & SIlt Lake R.B. Co.; Oregon Short Line R.R. Co.; Oregon-Weashngton R.R. & Nevigation Co.; and St. Joseph & Grand Island R.R,. Co.,
the propertlea of these companies having been leased to the Union Pacific R.R. Co., effective January 1. 1956.


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TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES, UNIT COSTS, AND REi.k A F AVERAGE.. BI I'iRhRi'T- Ar.D RE'IIONS. AND FOR SELECIED
CLASS I STEAM RAILWAYS I t .1- LIS FOR THL iL it:. 1936-1932 --.0unitej,'-
Freight expenses Road freight wages, fuel, supplies
istrit, region and railway Nt ton-mlle per mile of road Averre haul revenue reght per and enginehouse expenses
Detriot, region anal aw freight gross ton-mile 2/ per freight traln-alle
1916 9ya 1954 .913 L.y 193u 1 95 1934 1q," 1952 lq9 b I93" 1914 1913 191d 1936 1935 1 1934 I 1933 1932
1__ 19_le5) IIo le) (KLua ])ollare)
New tglend region.......................................Nll.79i ,76,012 553,044 775,535 763,1 1227 .5 123.0 121.5 12 .1 122.2 3. 363 3.62 3 .612 3.47 1.20 1.37 1.11 1.o3 1.07
NowEngla n.................................. 977.9 157.- -1.6 o"7.~Z 73S75 6.5
Great Laken. region.............................. ... 44 191,955 9,297 1 690.913 1 6.; 162.j 16 6 0 167. 23 25 1 16 .1 9 1 1:9
Eastern dietriot ................................. 2,359.287 1,984,121 1.900.572 1,760.002 1,653,887 156.2 157.4 157.1 161.8 164.0 2.75 2.72 2.63 2.55 2.82 1.1C 1.08 1 .0 .96 .99
Pocahontas region ....................... ............ .. 7 2 2. .0 2.o 1 106 1 005 2
Southern region .................................... .. .. .. ...... ,..147 4 1.228 41,8' 7 7.7.''25 70179 2 1 202.6 199.1L& 2u2.7 2-'53 2.70 ''22"9'7Z .75 .70 7 69
Southern dietrict ................................ 1.744,142 L,1.4t,860 L.713.561 1.284d,75 1,161,906 224.8 230.4 229.] 2)2.7 235.7 2.11 2.20 2.12 2.07 2.28 .83 .82 -77 .73 .74
o.rthwatemn region ................................ .84,626 W&2, 145 625,413 573,431 0*,115 203-.5 211. 217.0 219.2 236.2 2.41 2.44 2.43 2.147 2.85 .97 .94 .-B .87 .89
Central Western region .................. 1,017,1404 812,915 766,525 4 297.6 284.2 281. 2.17 2.20 2.16 2.18 2. 9 :.9 .yo .66 .69
Southwestern region ................................ 51,649 683,95 659,924 0,6 5972,887 228. 221. 2u4.6 225.5 215-5 2.31 2.37 2.25 2.28 2.2 .66 .69
western district ................................. 90,020 7 .,378 699,610 63, 777 595,793 252.7 24a.6 2*5.6 246.8 249.0 2.27 2.31 2.27 2.29 2.50 .91 .84 .81 .79 .82
All distriots ............................... 1,432,154 1,185,368 1,124.542 1,035,707 968,772 198.0 17.4 196.2 199.9 202.2 2. 2.44 2.38 2.36 2.58 .96 .93 *.8 *. .87
Alton R. R. Co. ................................. 1,)53,597 1.170,135 1,062,617 923.557 9&5.773 160.4 IoO.i 161.1 li1.9 14a.1 2.47 2.53 2.42 2.25 2.ho .77 .73 .70 .70 .71
Atchison, Topeka a Santa Fe fl. Co. and Affillated
Cmane o,....... ........ ... .. e................. 8,2 73,9 702,111 643,; 668,987 ? ?77.2 3 : "6 1 309.8 2.26 2.1 4 5 2.122 .1. :82 :72 .1 .
At ,lantis Coast Le: C:.114.:. 17 5 5,8 1 3l4,95 32.54. 7 .. o42. .. 2.7 3 2.31 7 1 6 .
DAit Csore t Lime Go ................. 4 i21 2.11 ?.68 1.7 1.70
Boston & Msne R. R ................ ............... i,13.,388 1,027,127 976,1 896,624 89, 1 .7 12.7 i0.2 139-8 139.2 3.64 342 3.25 339 3 1 131 1.24 1.18 1.09 1.13
Central of Georgia Ry.. Co .......................... 626,10 243 48522 116,871 183.140.5 1814.7 1&$ 1%95 2.77 2.82 2.76 2.77 2.83 .63 .66 .60 .62
Central t Co t. Pul w J ersey R.................. 7.. 0,915 77,46 6758 ,643 1 609,478 267. 268.8 278.4 29.2 274.9 2.6 2)6 72.29 2.25 2.5 ).9 1.
Chesapesake & Ohio Co .......................... 43,76,71 5,76,12:2 565,09 2 9, 2 7 2 71.5 281.9 28 0 210.3 29 00 .59 1.7122 1... 1.5 1 .9B 17
ChElinago & Eas e tern i Co. .................. 2,492309997 1,998,761 1, 7 1,5, O 1,07,623 173.2 7245.0 48.7 49. 52.5 5.62 5.2 495 4.7 5.24 1.27 1.9 .1 1.1 1
Chisagluo & North Western Co. ................ .. 72,975 ,914,601 52,926,62 52,71271035 2,676770 212.1 208.8 208.45 1.9 1. 2.69 62 _2.1 2.50 2.76 1.072 .99 .79 .96
hiago, Borlin gon inoy R. R. Co............ ...... 1,06,18 8272 7 2 0 2.00 2.04 1 2.00 2. 7
C1icago 1re4, West0en R5 R5 C6 .................0 625,B41 ,O56,306 1 O8j,)O2 917, 9 SJ' ?.6:1 : 16 1-.99 1.95 1.4 1.82 2.01 9e .:89 7 1











bRalwnoa haoing eight revenue In asaa of $10,000,000. For addinanal rel teed averaas, see the "Comparative Wtatesent rn operating ATerCoeB.
Chilcgo, Indianapolis & Louisville By. Co ........... ,65,725 1 19 013 965530 10 9 9 101.1 514.8 1 1 3.07 2.93 3.0? 2.97 3.01 7 .64 .70 74
Chiosgo, Milwaukee, It. Paul & Pacific R. R. Co ... 870,915 717,4-65 675, 78 643.681 609,1,78 267.14 268.8 264.4 279.2 2714.9 2.36 2.:36 2.29 2.25 2.58 .87 .80 .79 82
Chisago, Rock bsltan & Paif e Co.
(vanluding Chleago, Rook Island 1936 ba yo to.) 792935 643,th 652,10 61 52 621028 251.4 2a.6 250.7 26.1 2635 2.5t 2.60 2. 2..2 2.Co. .81 .k .on77 .72 .77
Chicago, St. Paul.. Minneapolis & Omaha ip7. Co .........92,69 713.426 686,028 622,556 558,512 165.3 162.1 1r14.6 1t03.9 151.5 2.97 2.914 2.80 2.73 3.21 1.03 .7 .88 .82 .82
Clnoinnalt, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Fly. o ...... .4,227.291 3,393.272 3,121, 97 2,9014,723 2, Z445.223 223.6 223.6 222.6 222.3 217.1 1.99 1.99 1.'16 1.7 2.22 .65 .5 .62 .6O .60
Delaware Laoka R.a &. W esten R.. Co ................. 3,152 0 2.710,12 2 67 19 2,355,26 2,? 2.206 ir.9 143.0 122.9 1V.6 122.6 3:.11 3.57 3:32 *. 3.81 1.42 1.39 1:19 1:1 1 0
Delaware&.1, don. .o.ann & erpoR. n. o.. ............ .312,20,533 7 2,68,12 a 2 1,'.7 1 9 21. 5 1 241.9 12.6 3.11 ,:? .3 3: 1 : 71:g2 :gZ I 1. 140
Denver & R.o Grande Western H. R. Co..6 6 1 Z7-.9it 52766 1 1,14 1141.9 227. 2 2.66 0
Dluth, NIssabe & Northern 11. Co .7................ 2 1,68s,191 1,7367,426 13 29,168 7 261 73.2 219 31.3 7+." 7 .:
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern M. Co ..................... 2,492.999 1,998,761 1,664,957 1,587,490 1,355,530 142.1 145.O 48.7 ."k 52.5 5.62 5.28 4.95 '-474 5.24 1.27 1.19 1.11 1.12 1.214
(Including Chloago & Dile A. R. Co.) ............. 3,335,975 2.934,680 2,926.257 2.727,033 2,676,770 212.1 208.4 208.14 211.9 221.0 2.19 2.19 2.12 2.11 2.22 1.06 1.02 .99 .92 .96
Grand Trunk Waetern B R. Co. (lonluding lgakegn1 36
Y. & Navigation Co.) y .7..................,?,70* 1,4o.0 1,277,125 1,110,.49 1,003,325 143.14 11 : 1143.9 31. 1 8 3.5 1 1 ,:J6 .90 .a, .7 -11
Great Northern For. Co .............................. 1,058.186 892,721 737,409 645,318 51b.038 253.3 250.8 2 .0 305.5 368.2 1.99 1,98 2.18 220 2 1 :1.5) 1.10 103 1,01 1107
V i 1aia 'having freight revenue in excess of 110,000,000. For additional related averages, see the 'Comparative Statement of operating Averages.
, nnrusnue ton -mles Inoludes In divisor.
Avorages based on returns that include the Atohison. Topeka & Sante re Rfy. Co.. Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe fy. Co.; end Panhandle a Santa rs KY. Co.
Averages for 1935 end 1936 based on returns that Inilude the Grand Trunk Western H.R. Co. aod Muskegon 117. & Navigation 0C.














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BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE V-1',T R\ F.;NUES UNir ('Csrs AND RE! %TEl' A\E.R.A\Eh BY IISrRJCTS xND REGIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS' i .I E:.M RAILi.tAY. OR Si IL.EMN. FOR THE YL.ARS 1936-1932 -ContinuedV'
Freight expense Road freight wages, fuele. applies
Net ton-ailee per mile of road Average haul revenue freight per and enginehouse epen ses
Distrlot, region and railway freight ross ton-milLegf per freight train-alle
_193_b _9_ 1 1_"2 1996__ 19' 19b r.1 91 S I3E -f(s e r1 92 H3

Sll nots entrVal R. Co. .09 .
l slud.ng Yeazoo & Mis.etatppI Valley R. R. Co.) :.b12,175 1,376.7. 1.2539506 1,15,6107 1,192.1550 22.56 230.7 2230. 23g.9 26.5 2.1Z 2.49 2.09 2 0 2.1 0.5 1 0.79 *7 0.76





^ ^ .*BS p a1 ? y...-"! : 95:.77 6 .8 : 206 5 11.390 1:3 7.. b1 7. 212.1 21.i 2.71 25 275 291 3.31 *2.669 *26 *2 *
nteourotlona.1-Trexat Northe R R. Co 675,1 35 639.415 705,055 9),,206 5 90 163.7 i62.5 161.b 17.9 i.o4.1 ?.17 ?2.6 2.291 2.12 .61 .62 .78 .72 .6 .70
iosse City southern R;. Co. .............. 1.336.75 9 62,)19 5. 1296 918 0'5 931.136 211.9 1997 209.1 210.5 20.1 2." 2.70 2.67 2.71 275 .6 .89 .61 .0 .77
e R. o............,,,,-.9-.-. 6.
Lehigh Valley, h. R. C o ............ ........... 95,770 2,5.329 .19 2,158.279 2.103,.5 179.5 1 7.6 16.71 196.7 1369.7 0.0 3.9 ?2.9-9 313 3.37 136 773 72



Long I eland R. R. Co. ................. 22o...6 2 65 24.1 17 25.,0, 167. 5 15.. 21. .02.1 15.99 16. 22 12.1.67 1 2.26 2.5 *2 .12
t Louisville & ranhvlle R. Co. ........... ...... 785,70 647.751, 60,. 826 1,337.910 1,551.7095 222.5 226.6 220.9 222.1 223.0 2.31 2.39 2.56 2.56 2.657 .76 .72 *2 .69 .72
oine Central R. R. Q ........................... 596,o ~o.779 7.910 4,75,51.555 116.9 111.3 112.7 1L7.3 116.0 3.68 3.61 3-50 3.61 ..02 1.6 1.10 1.07 1.02 .0o6
Minnespolts, St. P'au A Scull Ste. Marine Y. Co.. 5L9,177 61.6.,1.3 111,701 396,959 3o0. L60 1905 210.5 211.2 212.1 215.3 2.7L 2.83 2.75 2.91 3.31 .92 .-9 .53 .51 .51






















Ill al.y naming freight revenue In excde of la,000,OOG. For .ddit5onal related aver5eB. ee e *Comparattve 5Witmcnl or Lper.Ung Averfgia."
M1.e.ou..-. ...Te.as. nC. 7,6,69a 611,959 508,066 00: e 20 569.51.5 262.7 272.0 261.6 256.9 21 .1 2.17 2.15 2.15 2.12 2.21 .79 ,77 .70 .65 .6g










M ri eeurlPancif l n l. H. Co ....................ran. Ft. 6.16 th R. Co, th .0 property of h57 cP"yh n b, 264.9 257.7 266.14 271.e 2 6 .05 2.12 2.02 2.00 2.11 53 5
obile & Oheno R. R. Co ................ .......... 9057 735.2 726, 0 694,2 31,267 28.9 27.1 29. 266.5 300 2.55 2.0 2.60 2.7 2.69 .73 9 :
HAvhlle Chateneooga r& e. Lote l... ........... o h1497 67o,759 70 6.65 706.789 615.256 152.1 187.6 C16.7 196.7 1.9.7 3.25 T.32 2.96 2.97 3-0. .81 .80 .71o .73 C72










Aovr s Bastd on reurne tht Include he Lo Angele Salt Lak R.R. Co. regon Short Line R.R. Co. regon a
i dropertneudn of tohen e op Albany having b.n .a.d o th Union Palf R.R. Co., 9 ff0,7 Te Janu1ry10.005 1.736,320 217.3 2195 219.5 226.8 229.1 2.9 2.7 23 235 2.62 .9 95 .92 92
SL...... 2,590,302 2,1 6.197 2,053,45 1,6-2,81r 1.701,226 211.5 200.1 215.3 217.3 222.1 2.00 2.02 1.95 1.91 2.16 .91 .55 .52 .76 77
New York. Hew Haven & Hartford R. R. Co. ......... ..... 295,559 1,161.307 1.11.,906 1.O,5,392 1,01.3 225 13 134.1 133.3 130.7 129.1 6.25 3.93 .. 60 4.21 1.22 1.2. 1.15 1.0 1.1
Norfolk & Western rK. Co........................ b,210,80" 5.107,220 83,6,.51? 4,423,701 3,798.216 279.7 275.b 277.7 276.7 252.3 1.57 1.63 1.71 60 1.70 1.12 1.10 1.05
Northern Peciflo By. Co .......................... 754,566 655,423 559,.391 533.6.5 461,703 315.2 318.9 3 06.9 256.3 265. 2.33 2.1. 2.39 2.62 3.03 1.03 1.01. 1.00 -99 1.01
Pennsylvania System 5/.......................... .3,610,653 2,816,213 2,675,572 2,464,212 2,294,105 218.1 228.1 226.8 235.3 21.2.4 2.5 242 2 2.22 2.62 1.15 1.14 1.O7 :99 1.04
Penellarquaette Ry. Go ......................... 1.336611 1,151.4 .3 1,055.,3'2 596,035 796,505 10.1 171.8l 1.7 12.9. 77 .6 2.51.1251 a.7o 2.81 3.07 .7 .85 1.79 .73 .714
Ptteburgh & Lake Mre R.R.0t. Co............ 7,L 276 6,260,166 6,096.361 5,370,257 LO727:876 0.0 3.9 85 1669 71.2 4.6o 6.25 0 6.26 .21 1.6 1.7 9 1.35
Readin Go ........................................ 3,26,703 2.876,311 2,955,370 2,712.2k603 2,658.007 91.2 91.9 59.9 99.3 102.9 3.15 3.09 3.09 2.98 3.1. 1.37 1.330 1.27 1.312 1.2
St. LouIs-Ban Franoleoo fy. Co.................. 7.5,720 66i,stS 602,282 571,369 558, 709 235.' 2314.6 226.8 225.3 225.5 2.56 P-70 2.56 2.56 2.63 .71, .75 .72 .69 .73
St. Lou.fI Southeestern fy. CO. ad AffUlated
Companies 6/ ............................. 945,773 7,6,906 6414,2 553,,o5 177.079 315.1 306.9 292.5 27h.1 25".h 2.52 2.16 2.lo 2i.26 2.79 .81 .16 73 .16 .17
.....1. 0 94 67.. .. 2 ,5313 1 2.i 9 27 22 70 6 61.
thm Ry. C967,502 7, 051. 65 19.3. 2.27 2.61 2.52 1.26 1.20 1.09 1.o0
Southern Paoifio Co ............................. .,255,23 9 s6t, 077,959 350.2 3 5 .9 33.7 27.9 2 2 92.27
Ie a & Noew Orleane R. R. Cc ...................... 786,O65 609,901 556,497 .69.215 635,9002 269.9 265.2 26o.o 249.3 233-9 2. 144 2.59 2.62 2.65 3.00 .71 .75 .65 -5 .64
Aese Peolfo y. Co........1,003,123 810,772 753,95b 751.20O 679,552 205.6 197.8 185.2 207.7 195.6 2.13 1.98 L.97 1.90 2.12 .53 .77 .73 .70 .72
Union Pif R. ....................... 15. 9 1.6 1.85 10.59 1.95 .91 .92 .87 .91 -93
Virgnitan fy. C ................................14 3637 99 2 26 16 16 1.55 68 1.82 1
Wabash jy. Co .............................. .... .677,696 1,465,402 1,318.5914 1,226.034 1,191,J192 20.07 242.4 260.0 238.5 23. 2..2 2.26 2.1 2.26 2.6; .78 .77 7.79
western Maryland By. o ........................... 2113,130 1,925,870 1,859,26 1,601,,98 1.,190,741 L18.3 115.2 119.0 121.9 i26.: 2.5,4 2.62 2 2.35 20 1.24 1.15 1:1 :93
Wheeling & Lake Erse Ry. Co ..................... 2,742.392 2,359.139 2 .0967 1777 1,536,500 95.5 97.3 96.9 99.5 96. 33 3.97 3.53 3.69 1. OO .96 .87 .80

L Railways naving freight revenue In exaes of 910,000,000. For additional related overasee. see tne Luomparative 5tatemnent or Lparmtlng Averages."
, Nonrevenue ton-miles Inoluded In dlvisor.
Averagee baoed on returns that Include the Texarkane & Ft. Smith Ry. Co., the property of thie company having been leased to the Kansas City Southern Riy. Co., effective February 1, 193 0
__/ Avneraes boeed on returned that Include the Messouri-Kensea-Texas R.R. Co.; M1 seourl -Lanes-Texe R.R. Co. of Te as; and Beaver, Neade A Englewnod R.R. Co.
Includes Pennsylvania P.R. Co.; West Jersey A Seasllore R.R. Co. (from January 1, 1932 to June 26, 1933!; Pennsylvanla & atlantlo R.R. Co.; Roselyn Conneoting R-5. Co.; Philadelphia & Beach
Heven R.R. Co.; end Waynesburg & Washington R.R. Co.
k1 Averages based on returne that include the St. Louis Southweatern Ry. Co.; St. Lous BoSuthwestern fy. Co. of Texae; Delce sTerminal Ry. & Depot Co.; and Sr-reveport Bridge & Terminel Co.
Averages based on retur v that Include the Los Angeles & Balt Lake R.R. Co.; Oregon Short Line R.R. Co.; Oregon-Washington R.R. & Navigation Co.; end St. Joseph & 6rand Isleand P.R. Co.. the
properties of these oompainles having been leased to the Union Peolfic R.R. Co.. nfrective January 1. 1936.


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TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES, UNIT fOSTQ, AND RELATED AVERAGES, BI UiSTRIrTS \ND REGIONS, AND FoR ELECTED
CLASS I STEAM kAILL%.%YS OR SYSTEMS, FOR THE E.ARS 1936 -1932 --ontinued-i


DietrioL, region and rallway,


New England region ..................... ...
Great Lakes region .................................
Central Eastern region .............................
Eastern district ..............**..................***
Pocabontaa region ...................................
Southern region ............................*......
Southprn district ...............*******..****....*
Northwestern region ..................... ***............
Centra.1 Western region ..............I................
Southwestern region ................................
Western district ..................*......... .
All districts ................................
Alton R. P.. Co. ................... ............
Atchlson, Topeka & Santa Fe Hy. Co. and
krIllasted Companlege J .......................
Atlantic Coset Line R. R. Co. .......................
Baltimare & Ohio R. R. Co. ..................
esemer & A Lake le R R. Co. .......................
Boston & ualne R. .................................
Central of Georgia IV. Co. ..........................
Camentral R. R. Co. of New Jersaey .....................
Chesapeake A Ohio Ry. Co. ...........................
Chicago A Eastern Illinois r Co. ........ ..........
Chicago & North Western By. Co. .....................
Chioago, Surlington & Qilnoy R. R. Co. .............
Chicago Great Western R. R Co. .....................
Chloamo, Indianapolis A Louislle By. Co. ............
Chicago, milaulke, St. Paul & Pacific R. R. Co......
Chicago, Rook Island A Pacific RM. Co.
(lIoludlng Chicago, Rook Island & Gulf By. Co.)
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis a Omaha By. Co ......
Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Paoifio Ry. Co....
Delaware a Budson R. R. Corporation .................
Deluar:e Lackasanna & Western P. R. Co .............
DInver & RLo Grade Western R. R. Co. ...............
Duluth, ml:aabe a& Northern Ry. Co. ..................
lgin, Joliet a Eastern fy. o. .....................
Irin R. R. Co.
(Inluolading Chicago & ia R. R. Co.) ..............
GrandA Trunk lesten R. sCo. (Ieoluding ukegon
y. a Nsavigation Co.)-/ ..........................
Great Northern y. Co. .............................


Road freight wages, fuel, supplies Fre.lght looomotive repairs right Switohing expenses
a anginahouses expense (laoluding depriaoltion and retire- per
per freight gross ton-:,lla / Mental per fretgbt locomotlae-mile revenue ton carried


0.725
:509
4i l


0.73
.537


_in -T:TP -M |3 ": a| 1?3 L 1


(KILLO)
)3.:7 0.667
.596 .75
520 .I481


0.714
.501
.521


26.5
21.5


2z.2 21a.6 23.7 21 14.5
".0 22.9 23.? 22., 10.1
2J.6 1.' 19.1 j 19.8 13 .7


6 20 68 525 20 6 2) 8 8 1


16.0
14.0


15.5
13. 3


Preiflit-train oar repairs


Felght-traln oar repairs
(Excluding depreciation and
retirement) per car-mile


14.6 15.6 0.85
15. 15.0 .


21.5 21.1 I 1 15 1H.1 1 I. 14.5 Il.2 .99c


0.71
.73
.59


79


0.68
.69
.85
.76


.303 .311 297 .24 P5 34.9 32.9 36.> 32.0 28.7 S.o 3.0 .7 7 9.5 .62 .60 .
.547 .552 530 501 .'33 21.6 2 3 18.O a 1.5 19.3 II.6 1l.1 15.8 15.7 17.7 .0 .9 71 .70 .78

.451 .1.57 .417 .4Ilo .144 24.6 23 9 22.c 21 5 21-. 12.3 13.2 12.9 12.8 14.4 .80 .82 .68 .65 .70
-"9 570 "551 5-5 bl3 19.L 16.7 17.4 16.3 17 5 16.L 17 7 18.0 18.0 22.45 .71 .68 .66 .60 .70
*3d yl 1 Q21 25..) 20.6 20.i 1. 9 19 o 22.0 21.o 20 1 19.0 2.03 .1b3 .63 .57 .5 --l
.506 6 61 2 20.7 20. l. 17.8 16.2 16 7 15.2 15.3 .S bb .60 .5b 0 .51
.5)6 .0 .510 .10o .)41 21 8 20.1 19." 18.2 18.2 18.1 19.. 18.1 17.7 20.0 .bb .b4 .59 .5b .61
.520 .520 ..'l .81g .51. 21.2 22.3 21.1 20.2 20.0 25.) 15.8 15 1 15.1 10.9 .81 .73 .67 .o6 .69
_20- 1 2 2 -


.39i

.572
.27,
.497


.516
:529

.598
. 11"
.660
*.o
.0 86
.1 81
.650
."12

.576
.5?3


.526

.Ma
.670
.7 72
.6e4

.558
.527
.281
.491


.500
-572
.527



.109
.660

.571
.644
.410


.533




.649b

.538
7o9
.26o
.485


.357
2717





.67b
. b7o
.621
.560
.615

.395
.531
.543


.-19
.mlu


.Ub1
.b17

.523
.727
.509






.625
*9
.079
.363

571
.550

.625

-5n
.526
_55H


& L L -14- I


.553

.63z

b66




9-w
. 75

.573


.573

.-37
.725
.672
.9)3
1099
.0987
.387

.6:39 |


21.7

25.14
16.1
31.7
o7 .5
29.6
16.6
27.1
)1.8
19.0


20.8
32.1
15.9


20.7
50.7

2,3.

69:4
17. I
31.2

17.5
22.7


17.8
21.7
17.0
22.7
98.3
15.7

10.1

14.9

lb.s
21.2
2.1U
10.7

19.6
15.9
30.3
21.0
23.7

IL.4


26 3

18.1
20.8


1 .8


7 .1

13.1
2o.1
20 o




24.5
15.9

17.5
17.7
"3.3

22.8
72.1

11.1

24. 3

15.9
25.i


18.5 20 c
2?U I 2U.8
1 ,9 19.8
1.7 15.7?
2.2 2 6
15.4 16.0
16.3 17.,'
8.3 8.5
-i 1 2.-2
10.6 16.9
1? 1 I,.o
17.9 13.7
20.0 e2.7
10.0 11.0
22.2 23.5

22.0 23.h
s18.) 19.
9.8 10.7
9.6 10 L
19.9 20.8
17.2 17.3
5.8 U.3

15.8 1".7
16.0 15.9

21-.l 25.2
Iu. b 13.9


20.7
21.7
20.0
15.1
2.7
15.5
16.6
7.8
a.8
15.5
17.4.





1.7
21.]






11.5
22.1
19.3
lu.5
9.8

".7
11.1
14.9

24.3
16.5


15 I
17.9
21.1
114.9
2.7
15.7
16.9

I15.

17.7
17.0
19.1
11.6
23.0


19 6
21t. 0
7.1

lb.5

19.3
7.5
17.2
20.6
19.3
19.9
11.0
24.6


19. I
1 .b

12.0



1i.1

lb. 7
26.2
i" 1


.1

.50
.78
1.17
2 79
).1

.95
.62
.70

.89

.32
1.19
5 5


.68
77

1.29

-76
1.17



.147

z!


.52

.99
.79
.69

.77
52
.258
.75
.50

.78


1.56
70
.75
2.13


.5o


.78
.87
.77
L.79
.42
.90
62
.59
.o:3
.73

.26
.71






1.60

2.B9

2.68
.56

.bb


46
7l5o>


0.68
.75
.79
.76


.72
. 9








.00
77b







.59
.71

.51






1.55



1.00
.59





1.00
.53


]/ Railmays having freight revenue In excess of S10.000,000. For additional related averages, see the "Comparative Statement of Operating Averagea
N/ onrevenue ton-miles Inoluded in divlsor.
v Average based on returns that Inolude the Atchison. Topeks & Santa Fe Ry Co.; Gulf. Colorado & Santa re fy. Co.; and Par.handle & Santa Fe Ry. Co.
Averaiel for 1935 end 1936 based on returns that include the Grand Trunk Western R. R. Co. and Muskegon Ry. & Navigation Co.


193bI I95 -1] 92 13 95 13 9 i 9b 11 9 [13 9 l~ 9b Ii


543 .537 17.3


1













INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 47
BUREAU OF STATISTICS 37150
TABLE V-'NIT REVENtES. I-NIT C'htTS AND RELATED A\ ERAOES. BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. AND FOR SELECTED
"iLASS I STEAM RAILl Al OR S'IE.I.IS. FOR THE YEARS 1986-1932 -Continued -/

Road freight wages, fuel, supplies Freight locomotive repairs Freight switching expenses Freight-train ear repalr
and anginehouse expenses (Excluding depreolstion and retire- per (Exoluding Aepreulation nat
Dietriot. region and railway pe freight gross ton-mile ments) per freight loooaotLve-mils revenue ton carried retirement) per ear-alle
1936 19___ .. 19R 192 r 1936 19I r93 4 93" 1931 1936 193 1934 I 19"51 192 193b 1935 1| "4 1 i'4 M E
(m-il)e (Cents) (Cesnt) ICent)
Illinois Central R. R. CO.
uding azoo &a Missiipp Valley RR. 0.) 0.2 0. 0.50 0.82 09 17 1 : 1.. 1.6.6 16.7 162 5 66 0 1 .5 07 047 0.0
Kansas City southern Y. Co. J/ .................. J2 .425 .1. :88 .:470 .491 27.1. 28. 27.0 29.0 22. p 1.6 16.6 17.0 13.0 13.1 .85 6 9 .51 .6
.g Va 1 5 .6C .5 87 2..1 22.5 25.1 27.: 50. 2.2 22.8 20. 20.9 22 .9 .67 :*2 .5Z .:
Lehigh VIey R Co .................... ........ 1o 51 80 2 7 25.5 1.7 21.9 20.2 1..9 18. 18.9 18.n 1.99 .96 1.0 1.1 .
Long Island R. R. 0o ................................5.70 3.1.01 1,.0 1. a.809IT
Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. .................. .501 .518 .:5 ..80 .509 25.5 23.9 22.2 21.0 17.b 15.1 1 .6 14.5 14.5 16.7 1.29 1.11 .80 .8 .78
Maine Central Co ................. ............ .853 .'1 .'72 .878 21.5 1.o0 .6 2 .0 22.0 7.35 .2 7.0 6.9 7.8 .:2 1.00 1.02 .o7 .87
Minneapo C e & St. Loul R. Co.. .................70 .771 .'60 67 :10 17.7 17.6 16.9 .5 1c 1 1.2 I. 17. 17.0 17.5 .X1 .62 .77 .:7 ..
Minneapolis, t. Paul Sault e. rte By. Co. .. .695 .709 .o.0 .675 .71L6 20.5 18. 1-.2 12.9 4l.6 15.0 16.5 15.. 15.6 1'.9 .59 .67 .59 .75 .6
MiesourI-ianssp-Telaf R. R. Co. and Controlled
som tani e s .. ........................... 1n7 ...L. .1462 19.0 19.1 21.5 15.0 12.8 20.5 22.1 21.4 16. 17.5 .60 : .7 : .4
,, o. Pa cfio R, .o ... ...7. 4.. L L.. 502 2.4 20.1 1 .0 1.7 1 .0 1-.0 17.8 17. 10.9 19.0 .57 .
o R o. ... .529 .527 19. 1.9 .7 .7 1.0 20.7 19.5 17.9 22.7 .90 .95 .
ashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis RB. ............ .67- .680 .609 .70 .61bb 25.5 21.0 20.7 22.8 20.5 23.7 27. 2..7 21.2 25.8 1.12 1.25 1.11 1.25 .88
Now York Centrsl R. R. Co.
(ln.lud.Sng Boston albrny. B. R o.) ............... 166 .7 L 4 J2 56 22.1 2. 21 22. 2 .. 22.2 22.2 21..5 .8,5 .68 5 .76 .76
ew York, Chiogs o & St. Loas R. R. C .............. .1 0 5 .i .76 20.0 8 19 16 15.6 15.7 18.1 15. 17. 1 6 .52 .
Nw York, Nw Haven & Har ford R R. C................ 71 .707 91. .5 .5 22. 20 2b.5 2: 21.1 22.3 22. 2 .1 21.9 23 52 : .51
:12 I 3.1 7. 6 2. 8. 82 9.
Norfol A& Wesern fy. Go. .......................... .0 .552 ., o. 0 .2 5 .2 .7 39
Northern Paci to By. Cco ............................. 56o .571 .5bt .12 c.0 21.9.76 1 30:0 28.9 27.0 50.7 .8 2
.. .......................... .502 ..8 .1.70 .4, .1976 21 19. 2 iB. o 18.1 18i. 1,0 19. 2. 1.07 .75 .72 7 4
Pe Mrquette o. c ............................... 5 "1 6 49. : 2015 15.5 14,.1 3. : 14. :. 1 1: N .70 :59
g S75. .4 5? :8.9 ao.7 ;0.7 5 2.1 1 .0 .5 o 0 0 21 9 2.
Pittsbargh A Lake se R r Co....................k Ft. S y. Co., th pr o h1. co h ng 5 n l7.5 d to h10.7 1.5 .oth 9 y. Co., .ff5 5: F .b2n ry 2.1
Reading Co ........................................ 2 571 20.1 19.0 20.5 17.5 224 10 2
t. Loude-Sa Pen Franso R.. Co. ...................a.580 .58 .51 -518 n 1, 555 22.1 22.6 21.7 21.5, 21.3 1B.3 19.2 11c.0 17.0 18.5 .85 .82 .75 .71 .56
t Loueis Southheetern By. Co. and Afflia theted
propanies of h o............ ...... 50 .a .96 ..7 l ed to th Unon P R.R. Co., 1 1ct J19nu9 117.1 17.1 12.:
Seaboard Air Clne By. o0.571 .5 .555 56o 22.1 22.2 21.5 19.0 17.6 10.7.72 6 .92
Sou, tbae By. o Co1........................51............8 .:5;7 2 2 .1.91 22 26.7 25.1. 22.4 21.7 2.2.
Southern Pacific Co ....................................nI' .5ti 9 .5.O .572 04 23.5 22.0 21.5 21.5 1A.s 28.1 29.5 2b.2 27. 29 .5 :60 .:5. .52 .57
Yexas a Nw Orleans B. R. Co...................... 8 .1J : 525 22.3 1 1 2 19.822 25.2 25. 2.8 25.5
union Paolflo H. H. Co. z :.:::::;:......... : ..76 ,o5 .511 28.0 2.9 22.6. 7 1 26.. 19. 8 2. 9 1.4 ,.7 57
Virgn aln By. Co ........................................5 ......56 .5L. .571 1.5.5 L1.15 12.5 45.4 49.4 5.7 5.9 5. 4.0 4.b .00 .99 .91 .91 .
Wabash By. Co................................ .. ........ 1.4 .1741 21.5 19.1 18.o 17.7 15.1 18.0 i8.9 18.4. 1o:1120.947 .6
W arylnd By. Co................................. ...- .4450 :1 7 :
Western Paciflo R. B. Co ............................5. .1 1 11 ;i 11: -:.
WheeliLng & Lake EMie B1. On ....................... ..... .... ...7 .575 .515 :523 214. 28.9 30.4 50.7 23.1 9 9.7 9. 8.5 9 2.49 2.22 2.55 2.15 .70
Railways having freight revenue in eoces or $10,000,000. For siditlonal related averages, see the "Comparative Ststement or Operating Averages."
Nonrevsnue ton-miles Included in divisor.
Average based on returned that include the Texarkrana & Ft. Smirh By. Co., the property or thst company having been leased to the KIansas City Southern By. Co., effective February 1. 1931-
Averages bsesd on return that Include the Mtssonurl-Kanes-TexAs RR. Co.; Ntossouri- anss-Texas R.R. Co. of Tesax; and Beaver Veadeo & eglewood R.H. Co.
included Pennsylvania R.R. Co.; Went Jersey & Seashore R.R. Co. Ifrom Jan. I, 1952 to June 24, 1933); Pennsylvanla & Atlantic AdR. Co,. Roaelyn connectLng R.N. Coe. Phlladelphla & Beach Haven R.A.
Co.; and Waynesburg & Washington R.H. Co.
Averages based on returns that Include the Sc. Louis Southwestern By. Co.; St. Louis Southwestern By. Co. of Texsel Dollas Terminal hy. & Depot Co.; and Shreveport Bridge & Terminal Co.
Averages based on returns that Inolude the Loa Angeles & Salt Laie R.H. Co.; Oregon Short Line R.R. Co.; Oregon-Washington R.R. & Navigation Co.; snd St. Joseph & Grand Island R.R. Co., the
properties of these companies having been leased to the Union Paclfit R.R. Co., effective Januar 1, 1956.














7 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE V-[-MT REVENUES. UNIT COTSS AND RLLA1EPD AVERA'OEi. BY DISIRJI18 AND REGIUNS. AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I SIEAM RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS, FOR THE YEIRS 1936-1982 -ContLue,-b'
reght tra Ratio o tng to corresponding
Frelght traffic road train eaoeanse (8lasoted aacountel
Distrio ,. region and railway eton per r. Pish -
.,a ::::::r(Ca:nto) o S. a.n_________ 3. _3f1_ PanJ.J.ert

31 3 276 1 72.56 j 98 1 : .92 6 10. 2.1 12.0 u. 1.8
strl atr region ................................ 3 1 2. 0 6 627 10.1 10:2 .8


Eastern distrt ......................................
Pocahontas region ....................................
Southern ragloan ............................... .
Southern district ...................................
Northwestern region ...................................
central Wetern region ................................
southwestern reglan ..................................
Western district ....................................
All districts ..................................


2.9 3.-35 3.30 3.44 4.16 62.8 61.2 a5a.7
2.34 2.63 2.51 2.56 12.91 44.6 4.*4 43.
5.36 o.0 6.i 1 6.17 751 42.7 43.7 43.8


60.7


16.15 J4.69 4.67 ;4.68 5.67 43.2 43.6 43. 44,.7
3.514.281 4.52 1.03 6.99 47.8 46.6 46.0 463.
3.5s 61& 28 74:52' : 362"9 3 6 '' .
7: 95 39.g 3,9 .56 6
I.9 6.49 6.35 9.69 7.12 36.5 36.3 31.6137.2
7.18 7.95 7.31 7.99 8.91 39.6 3L.5 50.2[4u.5


7. 36.8 37 38 36.8
11.5 I 25.8 26.5 24.9
11. 29.2 29.4 28.7


36.6
281.2


0.9 10.5 10.4 10.4 10.7 11.0 28.5 29.1 27.8 26.2 2b.8
44.2' 8.7 9.4 9.6 10.7 10.3 1 2 32.2 32.7 32.1
46.0 7.7 7.2 7. 7.2 7.6 22.0 3. 22.1 1.5 22.7
45.5 7.9 7.5 7.6 7.7 8.1 22.9 24.6 V3.4 22.9 24. 0
45.4 7.4 7.2 7.1 7.4 7.6 25.4 26.8 25.4 25.2 26.6
:7.6 6.7 7 14 7 6 8.0 7.3 23.2 23.2 22.4 22.2 2:.7
1.5 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.7 5.6 23.9 25.8 24.2 23.8 23.b


5.30 5.97 5-93 6.40 7.57 1&.5 40.2 40.4 40.9 41.0 b.7 7.0 7.1 7.4 7.1 23.9 214.7 23.6 23.64 24.0
3.83 4.36 4.31 4.5? 5.44 49.7 49.L 4.4 49-5 49.8 8.6 8.o 8.7 9.0 9.1 25.7 26.5 25.4 24.o 25.3


Alton R. R. co. ................................... 4.bl 5.50 5.71 5.58 7.53 72.4 74.7 71.; 73.2 bT.0 9.2 L1.1 8.2 8.0 b.6 28.8 28.6 26.4 23.6 23.9
Atchison, Topeka A Santa Vs 47. Co. end Affiliated
Coipal.;ae */... .......................... 8.31 9.62 8.70 7.91 7.84 34.0 33.2 35.0 35.6 35.7 4.-2 5.5 5.9 6.1 7.0 22.1 22.3 21.1 20 21.4
Atlantio Coa Line H. Co......... 8.23 8.71 8.74 923 11.36 39.0 1. 41. .0 64.0 4.1 9. 5.2 56 18.2 18.7 1864 8 20.64
Baltimore A Ohio R. R. 0o. ......................... .95 .3 .53 4.51 5.95 53.2 55.r 52.2 56.3 58. 10.b .9 7.4 9.1 12.3 27.9 27.0 26.2 25.2 25.3
Sees Marn&L*R. Die B. CO..........................64 1.05 1.12 1.41 2.95 30.1 b.4 30.7 31.3 30.9 9.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 3.1 102.9 160.4 133.5 120.8 141.5
baton & Mame H. t. ..................................3.34 3.56 3.45 3.61 4.11 46.0 46.7 47.7 50.5 47.6 6.3 6.6 6.8 6.9 6.9 35.4 35.0 32.6 32.14 33.1
Central of Georgia Ry. Co. ............................ 8.21 9.05 9.3 9 10.30 12.58 47.0 47.2 44.8 46.1 49.5 8.8 9.5 10.4 10.8 8.8 22.0 21.7 20.6 20.7 21.4
Central R. R. Co. of m Jersey ....................... 1.45 1 2 14 1.59 1.68 54.1 55.8 55.0 53.9 52-3 11.7 11.5 11.5 11.7 11.6 51.4 50.2 47.4 47.7 45.
Cheapeake O Chio y. Co. ...........................2.21 2.47 2.29 2.2 2.59 51.5 49.2 69,.0 49.8 4.9 9.2 9.5 9. 11.1 10.9 31.0 5.4 35.1 36.6 35.4
Chicago & Eastern Illinois By. Co. .................... 5.82 6.32 6.21 6.55 7.84 75.5 74.1 .0 65.3 67.1 2.1 3.5 4.0 3.9 4.2 23.5 26.6 24.8 22.4 25.7
Chicago & North Western r. Co. ....................... 2.96 3.5 3.78 4.17 5.26 60.1 5.3 54.2 4.6 51.2 7.8 8.0 7.6 6.2 8.1 26.5 26.2 24.2 24.5 24.2
Chloago, Burlington Quinor R. R. Co. ................4.75 5. 5.26 5.69 6.1 44.1 42.1 41.9 43.2 46.2 9.7 9.5 10.0 9.7 7.1 22.0 21.7 20.7 20.5 21.4
Chicago Great Western R. R. Co. ....................... 9.70 11. 10.11 10.10 12.15 42.8.8 38.0 3.5 8.b 7.6 "7E 8.7 25.8 28.1 26.7 25.1 27.7
Chicago, Indianapolli a Loulsville Bf. o. ............ 5.05 5.96 6.02 5.0 .6 4.4 44.3 49.4 53. 5.3 7 9.0 7 7.0 25.3 25.0 22.9 21.4 25.8
Chioago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Patflo R R. Co. ...... .95 4.73 4.72 5.27 .40 49.3 50-3 50.3 51. 50.3 88 83 8.7 9.3 24.7 27.0 23.9 24.2 2
ChicLago. Rook Island A Pacific Ry. Co.
(Iaoludaig Chabogo. Rock Island & Gulf By. Co.).... 7.13 7.85 7.55 7.58 7.96 45. 47.2 45.2 45.5 44.8 7.6 8.7 9.2 10.0 8.9 26.4 26.3 25.3 24.1 24.3
Chlonago, St. Paul, Ninneapolls & a&ha Hy. Co. ........ 2.77 3.14 3.22 .6 54.9 59.2 59.9 61.0 58.8 11.5 10.7 11.6 13.0 13.6 24.2 24.3 22.3 20.9 23.9
Cincinnati, Now Orleans A Teas Paific By. Go. ....... 4.05 4.8 4.99 5.01 .19 32.2 32.0 34.0 34.2 36.2 .D 8.3 8.0 9.4 12.5 22.1 24.4 22.4 21.2 23.4
Delaware a Hudson R. R. Corporation ................... 2.14 2.59 2.43 2.72 2.85 54.5 36.3 35.5 36.9 7.5 6.1 5.0 5.1 4.9 3.8 36.3 42.8 35.2 38.8 39-7
Delawar, Laonkawanna a IWestern R. R. Co................ 4.94 5.56 5.07 5.67 6.30 61.2 62.1 6.3 67.6 1.2 10.9 10.9 11.0 12.0 11.3 2 32.3 30.7 0.9 29.7
r Ro Grade Weste R. R. Co. ................. 02 5.91 6.3 6.81 357 37.8 36.4 38.7 1.2 11.8 11.2 11.2 12.9 12 2 23.5 22.9 20.7 22.0
Duluth, Misabe 6 Northern Sy. Co. .................... .21 .29 .30 .28 1.39 56.9 53.1 59.2 53.9 61.9 72.4 78.0 88.0 92.7 92.2
Elgin, Joliet A Eastern Ry. o. ....................... .65 .81 .98 .98 1.30 253.4 212.7 171.2 152.1 14G.6 16.0 -
Era R. R. Co.
(oluating Chiongo a Erie R. R. Co.) ............... 4.81 5.11 4.82 4.58 5.21 54.2 52.3 49.7 52.0 50.1 9.8 10.9 30.6 10.4 9.9 30.0 31.5 29.1 27.4 26.0
Grand Trunk Western R. R. Co. (Inoluding Muskagon
Ry. a Navigation Co.) V/ ......... ................ 2.88 3.10 3.19 4.05 4.87 4.2 97.1 91.5 88.5 8 .3 0 ) 4.1 4.9 28.7 0 27.5 23. 29.2
treat Northern y. Co. ................................... 3.64 3-99 5.09 6.40 10.63 2.2 37.6 36.9 36.9 3 *9 .1 1 6.4 2 : 3 5.7 25.7 2 7.2 253 25.-3 2.3

I RHalways having freight revenue In excess of 510,000,000. For additional related average. see the "Comparatlva tlaemm ot Operlatring average' .
Averages based on returned that inalude the Atchison, Topela & Santa re Ry. Co.; Gulf. Colorado & Santas Fe B. Ca; and Panhandle & Santa Fe. Ry. Co.
A/ Averages for 1935 and 1936 based on returns that Inolude the Grarnd Trunk Western R. R. go. and Muskegon y. & Navigation Co.

















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 3n
BUREAU OF STATSTrICS
TABLE V--ENir RF\EN. ES. UNIT COiS4 AND RELATED AVERAGES. BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. ATD FOR SELECTED
CLASS I SIEA4M RAILWAYS OR SYSTEMS. FOR HE. YEARS 1936-1932 -Continued .U
eightt----f Ratio of switching to corresponding
D isrht treio a road train asnnses selected a counts) lassanger serrtie
expanses per exmaaa par
Dlitrlot, region and railway eton caie WFreighte Passenger car-mile
191b 1933 1 19,44 _19114 1932 123b I93 1 1994 19 1 1936 1%3b J 1 1" 1932 1934 6 1t" 12914S 10 3 LtW
(Centes (e0n (leret (ents)
Illinois Central R. R. Co.
(Inoluding lazoo & Missloelppi Valley R. R. Cc.) .. 4.11 ..,8 4.46 ).80 4.90 44.8 4U.0 43.7 4.2 45.7 9.8 Ll. 11.6 LO.8 10.4 24.2 25.7 .E El.
International-Great Northem R. R. Co. .............. U.19 u.41 3.29 3J.6 .90 36.9 40.1 0.5 4o.o 45.9 6-8 4.5 3.2 5.0 3.8 2 .3 25.1 2e.0 22-3 P2.8
Xane&a City Southern Ry. Co. / .................... .98 12.71 13.09 9.7 9.8- 07.1 51.8 52.3 55.7 57.9 0.3 0.8 2.0 a6.4 28.8 27.4 26.6 25.6
Lehigh Valley R. R. Cc. ............................. 54 5.5b 5. 5.8 b 58 70.7 59.4 50.1 5.4 57. 14.1 17.9 .L 17.8 14. 26.0 .6 22.9 2.1
Long Island R. R. Co. ................................. 1.09 1.2 1.1 1.15 1.29 10.1 9.9 85.9 91.4 .0 .8 4.5 45 5 349 353 .6 29.9
Louleville & NaihT.lle R. R. Co. .................... .il 3.55 3.74 3.91 4.60 46.0 48.1 08.6 A1.2 5.1 7.7 0.7 4.7 0.8 5.8 22.8 23.5 22.6 21.9
Mai e Central R. R. Co. ............................. 1.71 1.61 1.72 .0o6 3.0u 22.7 2.8 2. 22.0 20.7 8.1 7.4 7.1 7.8 7.8 5.1 30.9 15.2 34.7 39
Minneapolis a St. Louis R. R. Co. .................... 21 9.07 6.80 .0 9.28 01.6 40.7 00.1 57.9 38.8 6.2 5.1 6.2 0.2 3.1 293. S 28.3 28.9 31. .
Minneapolis, St. Paul SauLlt Ste. Marie R. C.. ..... 51 5 57 .78 6.23 7.51 38.4 37.1 35-. 35.8 36.6 5.5 0.7 3.2 5.0 5.0 22.3 5.2 3.0 24.3 25.
easourl-gansas-Texas R. R. Co. and Controlled
Companies 1/...................................... 10.90 12.11 11.71 10.M0 10.51 '5.3 45.7 48.7 49.1 50.7 5.8 7.2 7. I 7.9 7.6 20.8 2 22.1 E2.0 19.8
Missouri Pacific R. R. Co. .......................... 0.22 6.93 6.72 7.06 7 8.0 38. 39.0 38.) 40.1 3.7 ).0 3.5 3.5 3.7 2:.3 26.2 24.2 S2.1 21.8
Mobile & OhLo R. R. Co. ............................ 11.86 10.29 14.80 14.35 17.97 39.9 01.6 40.7 38.3 39.4 7.1 3.3) 3." 3. 2.7 24.5 26.7 23.3 23.0 21.5
Naashvlle. Chattanooga & St. Louts By. ............... 10.68 12.93 11.53 11.-9 13).6 55.1 57.0 54.2 55.3 55.7 8.4 B.) 8.4 9.1 12.9 23.6 25.1 26.5 23-5 24.0
New York Central R. R. Co.
(Ionluding Boston A Albany R. R. Co.) ............ 0 3.91 4.03 4.1 5.01 71.4 72.6 0 0. 71.2 14.1 13.6 13.0 13.3 13.6 26.1 24.2 22.7 20. 20.
New York, Chicago & 8t. Louis R. R. Co. ............. 5.69 6.50 6.6 6.76 8.53 5 528 471 6. 47.7 6.1 9.5 10.3 11. 9. 26.5 28.7 25.6 22. 27.2
Ndo York, oi Haven a Hartford R. R. Co. ............. 2.82 2.77 2.42 2.b) 2.92 66.6 65.2 65.9 68.7 70.5 7.7 8.0 8.3 8.7 8.7 110.0 41.7 42.0 41. 41.3
Norton P Western By. Co. ......................... 2.6 .05 .08 .18 .72 .2 .6 7 7.1 8 .1 12.9 1 1.4 14.2 1.5 29.0 .0 1.
Northern Pacilno fR. Co. ...................... .. 5. 6 b3 .o.85 8.25 .3 .o 4.5 45.2 46.4 6 6.2 5.9 61 .8 2 95 29. 9.7 0.
Pennsylvania System 4 ............................ 0 .2 .25 3.17 4.07 65.8 60.4 63.8 67.2 66.1 12.6 12.9 13). 13.8 10.4 27.1 27.1 26.6 85.1 26.2
Pere Marquette By. Co. .............. ...............: 411 .,4 4.75 5.18 5.98 5.8 53.9 50.7 50.9 53.6 10.1 8.9 9.1 10.5 10.7 27.3 30.9 30.7 30.8 30.7
Pittsburgh Lake Erie R. Co. ..................... .81 1.0 1.0 1.15 .50 2.5 211.1 190.7 190.2 172. 11.5 10.7 9.2 11.8 11.9 60.4 53.8 64.1 59.: 51.9
Reading Co. ......................................... 1.2 1.4 1.29 1.9 1.66 67.0 65.5 62.7 6. 11.1 11. 11.7 11.7 10.9 42.7 .6 4.3 41.2 .0
St. LouLds-sa Francisco Ry. Co. ..................... 5.51 5.80 -.75 5.62 6.57 39.7 39-4 39.4 39.9 41.1 4.2 4.5 4.6 5.3 5-1 27.6 29.1 26.9 26.1 26.8
ot. Louis BoS western Ry. Co. and Affiliated
Companies .................................... 16*.5 18.S? 18.84 15.86 20.70 26.6 275 29.1 0.1 .8 10.3 110 10.3 9.b 19 306 31.8 0.6 28.9
Seaboard Air Line By. Co. ............................ 9.24 10.1 10.22 11.17 1 6.1 7.0 7. .1 48 4.5 4.: 4 .6 5.0 22.9 24.2 23.6 22.1
Southern Rf. Co. ................................ ........- .09 .* 4.0 4.80 5.9 46.8 51 6.2 R.3 5.5 7.2 7.2 6.9 7.9 21.7 22.7 22.1 21.2 .1
Southern Poolflo Co. ................................ *91 6.1 8. 55.5.5 3.8 330 .9 73 7. 77 73 24.8 239 23.6 4.7 2.4
Teuxa & Ma OGrleane R. R. Co. ....................... 6.45 8.00 8.32 9.22 10.01 48.7 49.6 4.3 5. 51.9 50 77 8.3 83 8.4 20.1 22:0 21.7 21.7 22.6
Tes A Pacific Co. ............................. 6.35 6.51 5.91 6. 7.60 46.9 43.2 46 3.5 39.6 8.2 8.6 8.7 8.5 6.9 23.1 2. 23.3 S. 22.9
Union Pacific R. Co. ........................... 3.94 4.07 4.4 5.28 31.9 30.5 31.2 32.0 332 5.7 .8 7. 7.6 6.8 22.2 21.7 21.0 21.2 20.5
Virginian Ry. Co. ................................... 2.05 2.08 2.04 2.19 2.28 21.1 21.6 21.6 22.2 23.5 1.4 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.1 44.0 22.3 4.3 40.5 33.0
Wabash 1y. Co. ...................................... 7.77 8.81 9.01 9.314 10.48 49.9 50.2 09.5 50.9 51.4 6.4 6.: 6.2 5.3 5.6 25.0 26.9 26.8 24.8 25.2
Western Maryland Ry. Cc. ............................. 2.73 2.98 ?.94 3-.17 .07 32.1 32.2 32.5 32.7 314. 1.0 3.6 3.8 4.2 1.95 61.1 57-5 51.2 5.2
listen Paciflc RL R. Co ......................... 13.38 15.29 14.07 17.19 17.38 20.u 21.4 23.1 23.5 23.2 0.6 1.1 24.5 24.1 4.8 24.8 2 .2
Wheeling Lake rie By. Co. ......................... 2.64 2.91 3.08 3.05 4.26 73-3 76.0 7.81 72.1 b8.8 6.4 5.0 4.9 4.4 2.6 40. 4 1 49.0 52.4 507

SRaallways having freight revenue in excess of t10,000,000. For additional related averages, see the Comparative Statement of Operating Averages'.
Averages based on returns that include the Texarkana & Ft. Smith sy. Co., the property of this company having been Leased to the lansas City Southern fy. Co., effective February 1, 1934.
Averages based on returned that include the Missoaurl-ansea-Texas R.R. Co.; Missourl-KaneaB-Texas R.h. Co. of Tessa; and Beaver, ueade A& nglewood R.R. Co.
Includes Penneylvsani R.R Co.; West Jersey A Seashore R.R. Co. (from Jan. 1, 1932 to June S4, 1933); Pennsylvania & Atlantic R.R. Co.; Rosslyn Conneating R.R. Co.; Philadelphia A Beach Haven
R.R. Co.; and Waynesburg & Washington R.R. Co.
5 Averages baisd on returned that include the St. Loula Bouthwestern Hy. Co.; St. Louis Southesstern Ry. Co. of Texas; Dallas Terminal Ry. & Depot Co.; and Shreveport Bridge & Terminal Co.
Averages based on return that include the Los Angeles A 8alt ake R.R. Co.; Oregon Snort Line R.R. Co.; Oragon-Washlngton R.R. & Navigation Co.; and St. Joseph & Orand IZland R.R. Co., the
properties of these oompsanee having been leased to the Union Paolfio R.R. Co., effective January 1, 1936.


















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS

TABLE V-UNIT RE EN[ ES. NITr COSTS .ND) REL.\fIlD I\V-EILfl >. BY DISiRIIRCP AND REGIIONS, AND FOR SELECTED
r'LASS I SifEAM KAILlAAIS OR SYS] F.MS. l)1R I E IlEAII 1936- 1932 -Cori 'lU L, /


Dlstriot, region and railway


New England region ...............................
Great Lakes region ...............................
Central Eastern region ...........................
Master district ..............................
Pooahontas region .............................
Southern region ................. .............
Southern ditriot ..............................
orthkeotern region .............................
Central Western region ..........................
Southwsstsm region .............................
etern distrlat ...............................
All distriots .............................
Alton R. R. Co. .............................
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rf. Co. and
Affiliated Companies 2/ ..............
Atlantio Coat Line R.. Co. ....................
Bata e & o R. R. o. ..................
Belaer & Lak e Erl R. R. o. ...................
Boaton & Maine R. R........................
Central of Georgia fl. Co. .......... ........
Central R. fR. Co. of Nw Jersey..................
Chesapeake a Ohio Ry. Co. .......................
Chioaga & Eastern Illinoisa y. Co. ...............
Chicago & North Western By. gCo. ..........
Chicago, Burlington a Quinuof R. R. Co..........
Chclago OGrat Western R. R. Go. ...................
Chloago, Indianapolis & Louisville Ri. Go......
Chicago, o lwaukee, 8t. Paul Pa.iroto R. R. Co.
Chicago, Rook Island a Peolflo Pc. Go.
(,cludlaig Chicago, Roek Island & Gulf Rf. Co.).
"hiLago, St. Paul, Itnneapolis & Omaha y. go.
Cinolinnati, 1Nw Orlueans Texas Pacific Rr. Co.
Delaware a audson R. R. Corporation.............
Delaware, Lakaanna & Western R. Co. ..........
Denver a RIo Grands Western R. R. Co. ...........
Duluth, klaM abe a Northern ft Co. ..............
Elgin, Joliet a Eastern .R. Co ...................
Erim R. R. Co.
includingg Chicago & ErIe R. R. Co.)...........
Grand Trunk Western R. Rt. Co. (In'ud.ing
Uhksagon Rr. a Navigation Co.) ......
Great Northern IR. Co...........................


t T


Passenger service train
revenue per pasenger
train oar-mile


Average jounihe
per
pa aengoer


- -- ~ T~n.a T't0S~


&A -Jr 4j; I~A. Z i.1. I4Ada -3 .tLO- -I.- i--+ tnI1W1T I .- -


35.7
22.8
25.1


(cents)

34 9
21.7
24.)


23 52
39.25
;q 21


25.2 24. 24.t 23). 24. J 3.-5 Jo.6| 30.91 2


17.0 17.0
15.9 15.9


82.49 84.39 84 59
56.89 52.71 4b I.


a


6.39
4:37
6.00

9.96
4.18
4.15


* ..:-


060.)b
t5s ,
27 -


Passenger revenue per passeneger-mile
Cownimatjton Onher than comrutatlon
.'..C. .4 .. .... ......3. n :, ,f2L 1 flt4 4:. in


1.26
t.rg6
1.05
1. 09


i.19 -1.27
1.26 1.'7


2.14| 2.22
1.75 1.76


I 150 h54


2.55 3.02
2.61 2.64
2.49 2.57
2.56 2.65


2.83
2.98


t-1---- t-


17.2 16.1 16.0 15.1 15.4 59.04 55.01 49.17 46.4W 49.52 1.17 1.23 1.24 1.26 1.27 1.80 L.82 1.83 2.00 2.49
16.5 15.5 ,5.4 15.a 16.4 75.86 71.4? 7O.3? 65.99 55.74 l.04 1.04 1.05 1 1.10 1.12 1.76 1.78 1.74 1.99 2.45
15.2 14.2 13 5 13-3 1 .5 139 : 135.28 131.92 138.01 137.8 1.27 1 1.37 1.33 1. 1.78 1.89 1.87 2.23 2.29
16.5 15.6 15.5 15.6 16.4 87.44 76.54 72.26 66.51 02.58 .97 .99 .99 1.01 1.03 1.73 1.78 1.78 2.06 2.35
20.2 19.4 19.4 19.1 20.0 45.75 41.'4 40.09 37.74 35.44 1.06 1.09 1.09 1.08 1.07 2.02 2.18 2.1, 2.35 2.70
158.27. 1941191.41-0 45751 1.8237 2.00-4


155.29
350.5"
157.On
lO1.43
16.0o

71.)3
20.22
100.32
914.85

40.70
60.37
145.30
14u.04
102.13

54.62
119.87
172.77

58.73
21.74
254.24

104.52
21.77
110.48
206.97


146.31
?30.56



20.27
69.66
20.47
110.91
84.21
36.23
54.47
138.27
94.05

50. 8
118.014
146.42

52.53
20.-7
248.72
49.86
16.91
20.78

98.)34
199.90


152.27


137.5
19.83
72.84
20.92
113.49
99.61
36.33
56.18
151 .57
16.10
96.59


121.51
140.88

20.96g
497.08

O10.61

21.77
102.10
198.-34


184.57
96.981
156.28
96. L3










129.18
16.b2.


251.42
50.348
30.62
21.89







96.98
215.35


130.41
313.58
189.60
112.95
11.51
19.54

bo. 32
20.30
90.47

30.25
147.29
140.81
75.84

41.70
122.92
130.98
35.21
21.55
240o.11
43.98
38.40
20.48

74.93
194.29


.98
.88
.55

1.07
1.02
1.66
.a
.89

1. 10
1.67
I L
1.11
1.16




1.1'

1.26
2.17


-73
.90
1.16.
1.07






1.05
1.03
3



.86
.88


1.12


I:I





1.14

1.24
2.00


1.82

1.88
2.22
2.70
2.84


1.57

1.71
1.84
i.53





1.71
1.7680
1.80


1.741


3.10
2.27
1.62
1.77


1.89
2.
1:;0


2.20
2.24
2.30
2.48
3.2

1.80

2:.6
1.69
2.00
1.94
2.17



2.11
2.06
1.73
3.10


1.90


2.01
2.41
1.99


I/ Railways having freight revenue In excoee of 10,000,000. For additional related averages, Bee the "Coaparative Statement or Oper.ntlnrg Averagea".
?2 Averages based on returns that Lnolude the Atnhaon, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co.; Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe. Ry. Co.; anri peanha.ile & Santa Fe Ry. Cc.
3/ Averages for 1935 and 1936 based on returns that Include the Grand Trunk Western R. R. Co. and Nuekegorn RF. & IJavigatior, Co.


A -


r,7 1.10 i .12
17 1.23 1..14


a I I l e


2
51
3}
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
TABLE V-UNIT REVENUES, UNIT COSTS. AND RELATED AVTiRAGES. BY DISTRICTS AND REGIONS. AND FOR SELECTED
CLASS I STEAM RAIILAYS Ot SYSTEMS. FOR THE YEARS 1936-1982 -Continued it


1,S
37150


Passenger servile train Average Journey Passenger revenue per pansennger-ale
District. region and railway revenue per passenger per
train osar-aLle passenger Commutation Other than sommutltalon
191b I191r -_L_) 19_ 1932 196 1931 1933 1932 193b 193 9 1 192 1931 _1935 I34 r 9m l

ILLInota Central R. R. Co.
(Including Yazoo & Mlealt eppi Valley R. R. Co.1 17.' 16.7 17.8 17.9 17.1 22.61 21.03 19.42 1.)37 19.43 1.20 1.26 1.27 1.28 1.30 1.7 1 1.76 1.7
International-jreat Northern R. R. Co. ............. 12.6 11.7 10.6 10.9 12.7 15.11' 142.09 131. 141.09 142.17 1.87 1.S9 2:17 2.8
Kansas City Southern Ry. Co. 2/ .................. 13.8 13.0 13.7 12.5 13.3 99.34 102.86 101.28 103.32 114.13 1.84 1.86 1.53 1.8ai 1.
Lehigh alley R. R. Co. ............................. 17.0 15.9 16.2 16.? 17.7 11.20 116.84 120.5 115.02 105.68 .79 .96 .96 .94 1.37 2.16 2.3 2.17 2.22 .
Long Isleand R. R. Co. .............................. 2.2 42.7 644.C 4.1 45.2 16.93 164 16. 1.31 1.2 .94 .9 .96 .94 .91 2.26 2.53 2.57 2.75 3.
Loulsville & Nashville R. R. Co. ................... 17.1 15.7 14.8 13.0 14.3 91.25 a6.59 a3. 102.90 107.32 .52 .53 .55 .72 .50 1.69 1.67 1.69 1.7 .30
Maine Central H. R. 0. ............................. 2.7 25.0 25.r 25. 28. 6 86.1 ,5.82 81.27 7 .1 .90 1.79 1.93 2.06 1.8 2.05 2.34 2.51 2.9 .03 .)
Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R. Co. .................. 17.8 15.8 14.2 14.0 15.7 62.24 65.3 67.07 1.32 1.33 1.31 1.34 1.39 1.77 1.75 1.50 2.06 2.gI
Minneapolis, St. Paul & 8au.lt Ste. Marie 1y. Co. ... 11.2 1).5 1),6 13.8 l1.,. 147.70 145.L) 158.11 11.63 173.26 1.97 1.91 1.70 1.75 1.6 1.7 1.70 1.67 1.87 e.29
Mlasourl-Kaness-Tfase R. R. Co. and Controlled
Cmpania I/ ................................ .... 15.0 13.6 13.0 12.6 13.5 179.25 166.47 171.10 160.)7 163.82 1.74 1.89 1.91 2.1 2111.
sour Paflo Co. ........................ 15.4 14.1 14.0 13.2 11.8 118.82 113.55 129.04 131.87 118.24 1.21 1.36 1.41 1.40 1.92 2.07 1.92 2.57 2.80
Mobile a Ohio R. R. Co. ..................... .... 15.0 14.2 14.0 13.1 12.5 61.12 59.82 58.91 77.47 93.51 1.02 1.28 .70 .50 .71 1.65 1.72 1.80 1.60 1.87
lashville, Qhattancoga & St. Louis Fy. ............. 18.2 17.9 17.0 15.5 16.6 88.76 8}3.88 90.07 112.84 135.-8 .82 .82 .80 .89 1.011 1.78 1.77 1.74 1. 4 2.37
Neow York Central R. R. Co.
lInoludidg Boston & Albany R. R. Co.) ......... 23.6 22.7 22.3 21.8 22.8 57.76 50.61 50.55 49.72 114.5 .95 1.00 1.00 1.01 1.01 2.55 2.92 2.80 2.821 3.2
New York. Chlnago A St. Louis R. R. Co............. 15.9 14.4 1.0 13.8 13.6 202.29 201.14 236.18 252.48 191.77 2.08 2.13 2.13 2.39 2.19 1.93 2.11 1.90 1.84 2.25
New York. New Haven a Hartford R. R. Co. ............ .9 41.6 44.6 46.7 16.4 36.72 3.51 33.06 31.56 31.06 1.14 1.23 1.25 1.24 1.24 2.33 2.72 2.87 3.01 3.-32
Norfolk & Western H,. Co. ............ ........... 170 15.8 15.7 114.? 14.6 66.13 65.11 6.85 76. 76. 5 1.16 1.12 1.10 1.) 1.49 2.0 1. 2.07 .2e 2.
Northern Paseifio ly. Co. ........................... 1.5 11.2 14.2 14.2 15.. 229.70 217.o 207.93 220.5 202.78 1.63 1.73 1.84 1.78 1.61 1.65 1.67 1.94 2A.3
Pennsylvania system / ................... ....... 24.8 24.0 24.0 22.8 24.?7 44.%.6 39.02 39.72 38.09 i.8l 1.2 1.38 1.38 1.35 1.3 2:.49 2.93 2.2 2. .01
ere Marquotte Ar. Co ... ......................... 18.8 17.6 17.4 16.3 15.8 116.68 115.76 119.1 122.57 111.07 2.0 2.01 1.81 1.53 1. 218 2.52 2.6 71
Pittsburgh & Lake Ere R. R. Co. .................... 22.8 19.9 20.6 18.9 18.7 25.36 25.51 2 .81 23.87 24.1 .99 1.05 1.11 1.11 1.11 1.66. 2.09 2.25 2.27 2.
Reading Co. ........................................ 26.8 2.0 23.8 22.1 22.2 19.49 18.53 1.27 17.95 1.62 1.29 1.32 1.32 1.31 1.31 1.66 1.99 .19 2.33 2.
St. Louls-San Franoisoo By. Co. ..................... 16.4 15.2 15.2 14.5 16.7 132.18 131.50 129.83 147.68 133.79 1.33 1.30 1.33 1.35 1.37 1.91 1.93 1.98 2.36 2.58
St. Louis Southwestern HR. Co. and Affiliated
Co"pnl V......................................... 12.2 11.5 11.3 9. 10.6 78.03 63.96 63.1 4 93.4 82.69 1.6 1.1 1.75 1 2.0
Seaboard Air Line Mr. Co. .......................... 15.7 111.7 14.7 12.3 13.1 139.13 130. 127. 49 158.5 174.3 .a6 1.03 9 1 1.7 1.81 1.7 1.1 2.
southern C. ........................ ....... 18.5 17.0 16.7 15.6 1.0 97.83 91.11 85.52 102.99 128.85 .77 .77 .77 8 .80 1.74 1.75 8.01 2.48
Bouthern Paolflo Co. ........................... 19.0 19.1 19.9 20.3 21.0 53.92 46.66 41.79 36.06 38.14 .91 .92 .91 .90 .94 1.6 1.6 1.74 1.97 2.17
Tens A Nem Orleane R. Co. ...................... 15.1 15.2 .2 1.9 15.2 223.95 213.3) 195.9 211.76 229.25 1.20 1.61 1.74 1.76 2.02 1.99
Texas A Paciftic Co. ............................ 17.6 16.5 16.1 15.7 17.6 162.18 159.35 161.0 146.2 159.'5 1.69 1.82 1.86 2.12 2.12
Union Pacifto R. R. Go.6j............................ 15.9 15.0 15. 16.2 114.7 18.72 302.31 299.1 321.5 283.78 1.02 1..0.02 .o .o 1.04 1.64 1.70 1.76 2.11 2.39
Virginian Ff. Co. .................................. 11.1 9.9 11.9 11.0 8.0 21.69 22.16 19.44 26.60 23.21 2.16 2.27 2. 9 2.06 2.73
Wabash ly. Co. ..................................... 17.7 17.4 17.2 16.1 15.5 171.79 169.16 170.56 164.11 148.28 .92 1.00 .98 1.02 1.08 2.14 2.14 1.97 2.12 2.22
Western Maryland Ry. Co. ........................... 17.4 15.9 16.7 16.0 17.5 0.00 28.56 29.5 28.50 26. 1.04 i.o6 1.08 1.01 1.01 1.54 2.11 2.25 2.36 2.56
Wes:t.n PaIofio H. o .......................... 8.1 .3 7. 6.9 46.50 7.05 06.7 354.7 345.63 1.57 1.77 2.01
WheelIng La Oe R. C o. ....................... ..o 11.9 12.1 12.1 54.85 54.6 .19 51.3 52.67 1.5 1.03 2,21 50 2.92 2.41 2.62

I/ Rallway having freight revenue In exoaes of 610,000,000. For additional related averages, see the "Comparative Statement of Operating Averages.'
Averages based on returns that Inolude the Texarkana & rt. Smith Ry. Co., the property of this omopany having been leased to the Kansas Cty1 Southern Iy. 0o. effeotove February 1, 1934.
SAverages based on return that include the MIseoari'-Wanean-Texas R.R. Co.; Mlssourl-Kansa&-Texae R... Co. of Texas; and Beaver. Meade & Englewood R.R. Co.
SInoludes Pennsylvania R.R. Oo.; West Jersey & Seashore R.R. Co. (from Jan. 1, 192 to une 2114, 193)); PennsylvanIa & Atlantio R.R. Co.; Roaslyn Conneotlng R.R. Co.; Philadelphia A Beaoh Haven R.R.Co.i
and Waynesburg & Washington R.R. Co.
5/ Averaes based on returns that inolude the BSt. Louis Southwestern Ry. Co.; St. Louis Southwestern Ry. Co. of Texas; Dallas Terminal Ry. A Depot Co.; and Shrevepart Bridge & Terminal Co.
SAverages based on returns that Inoluda the Los Angeles & Balt Lake R.R. Co.; Oregon Short Line R.R. Co.; Oregon-Weahlngton R.R. & Navigation Co.; and St. Joseph & Grand Island R.R. Co., the propes.-
ties of these aompantee having been leased to the Unlon Paolfie R.R. Co.. effeootive January 1, 1936.


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE OMuISSION
Bureau of Statistlcs
OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPBESES. BY CLASS OF SERVICE



KEY TO SOURCES OF ITEMS. 1936


Item

Freight revenue:
Per freight gross ton-mlle .................................................................**.....
Per loaded car-mlle .................................................................**.........
Per net ton-alle ....................... .... .. ......................... ......*** ................
Percent nonrevenue of total not ton-miles ....................... ...................***********
Net toan-mlles of revenue freight:
Per mile of road ..............................................................................
Average haul .....................** ******......................................................
Freight expense per freight gross ton-malle ...................................................

Road freight wages, fuel, supplies, and englnehouse expenses:
Per freight tr n-mll ........................................................................

Per freight rose ton-ma le .................................................. *........... .......

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

Freight sultohing expenses per revenue ton carried ...............................................

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

Freight trafflo expenses per ton carried .........................................................

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


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


Passenger service expenses per oar-mlle ..........................................................

Passenger service train revenue:
Paer passenger train car-mlle ..................................................................

Average Journey per passenger ....................................................................
Passenger revenue per passenger-mile:
Com station .............................................................................. .....
Other than oommutation .........................................................................


Scarce and Formula

Annual report, Form A. Item 82 divided by item 61 on page 508. 1/
Annual report, Form A. Item i2 divided by item 60, column (d), on page 508.
Annual report, Form A. Item 10o on page 508.
Annual report, Form A. Item 62 less item 81, divided by item 62 on page 508.

Annual report, Form A. Item 81 divided by item 1 on page 508.
Annual report, Form A. Item 100 on page 508.
Annual report. Form A. Sum of column (e) and a proportion of (1) on page 311, divided by
item 61 on page 508. _/

Annual report. Form A. Sum orf olumn (e) and a proportion of (1;, accounts 392-402 Inolusive,
on pages 309 and 311, divided by item 15, column (b), on page 508. gl

Annual report, Form A. Sum of column (e) and a proportion of (1), accounts 392-402 Inclusive,
on pages 309 and 311, divided by item 61 on page 508.
Annual report, Form A. Sum or column (ej and a proportion of t1), accounts 308 and 311, on page
309, divided by item 26. column (b), on page 508. J/
Annual report, Form A. Bum of column (e) and a proportion of (1), accounts 377-389 Inclusive,
on page 309, divided by item 80 on page 508.

Annual report, Form A. Account 3116 on page }308, divided by the sum of Items 40h, &1, and 48,
column Md), on page 508.
Annual report. Form A. Sum of column (e) and a proportion of (1), accounts 351-359 Inclusive,
on page 309, divided by Item 50 on page 508.

Annual report, Form A. Bum of column (e) and a proportion of (1), accounts 378, 380-388 in-
cluelve, on page 309, divided by the sum of column (e) and a proportion of (1), accounts
392-401 inclusive, on pages 309 and 311.
Annual report, Form A. Bun of column (hi and a proportion of (1), aooounts 378. 380-388 in-
clusive, on page 309, divided by tae sum of column (h) and a proportion of (t), accounts
392-401 inclusive, on pages 309 and 311.
Annual report, Form A. Bum of column (h) and a proportion of (1), on page 311, divided by
the sum of items 42-17, column (d), on page 508.

Annual report, Form A. Sun of account 102-109. column (d), on page 303, divided by the sum of
itema 4-47, column (d), on page 508.
Annual report, Form A. Item 101 on page 508.

Form OS-D. Item 8-01 divided by Item 7-01, column (d).
Form OB-D. Item 15.


,/ For years prior to 193), item 9, column (d) of Form OS-A was used as the divisor.
For years prior to 1933, item 3, column (d) of Form OB-A weeas used as the divisor.
For years prior to 1933, the eum of item b, column (d), Form OS-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 Form A. was used as the divisor.
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