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Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
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Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
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Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
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Issued Sept. 1927-Apr. 1942 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics; May 1942-Nov. 1956 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
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Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
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"Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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S3 1262087309497 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

O- a BUREAU OF STATISTICS


U.S. DEPO9TO. OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM


RAILWAYS


FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1940 AND 1939 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER, 1940 AND 1939

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expenses, expenses,
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railway eating Average Depreci- railway eating
of road Per- Per- All action in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded eating (per- 0per- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded Total eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) eating eating eating ating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) ating eating eating eating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (a ) (bb) (cc) (dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)** (Money items in thousands of dollars)**

199,732 $307,264 d 2.5 $31,851 d 0.1 $368,169 108,70 $15,730 $29,19 $75,825 67.6 29.6 43.7 32.7 48. 190 Total-Roads listed herein..----................................. 1940 199,894 $2,569,157 9.1 $325,126 1.7 3,150,393 984,702 154,6 2,3403 52,118 7.1 31.3 42.7 35.5 48.5
200,386 315,054 31,872 375,461 106,170 15,311 245,160 88,756 65.3 28.3 3.3 31.7 48. 1939 New England region: 1939 200,496 2,354,617 330,687 2,930,20 915,147 152,025 2,169,436 393,949 7.0 31.2 422 31 48.7
New E ngland Region: 1939 200,496 2,35 ,617,330,607626,270O320 53.51,0 2 1 3,949 ,. ,. 4
1,910 3,201 5.7 536 1.1 4,248 1,146 120 2,957 748 6.6 27.0 38 37.2 53.5 1940 Boston & Maine--..-- .................................. 1940 1,910 28,282 3.4 5,855 a 1.6 39,04 10,907 1,20 28,441 5,379 72.8 29 38. 39.3 53.9
1,937 3,395 541 4,499 1,166 123 2,972 947 66. 25.9 39.2 35.2 53.2 1939 1939 1,942 27,352 5,947 38,246 10,150 1,277 27,374 5,538 71.6 26.5 37.1 39.3 54.9
1,861 5,066 4.2 2,291 d 3.0 8,164 2,078 279 5,431 1,522 66.5 25.5 .3 34.8 1940 New York, New Haven & Hartford_##---- 1940 166 41,059 5.3 21,769 a 4.4 70,003 20,368 2,767 51,919 6,417 74.2 29.1 39.2 3.0 51.2
1,74 4,863 2,31 8,011 2,266 280 5,425 1,80 67.7 28.3 41. 33.5 1939 Great Les Region: 1939 1,74 38,977 22,760 68,663 20,885 2,811 51,279 6,109 74.7 30.4 .7 37.4 50.1
.Great Lakes Region: 846 50.n
S 2143 d 18.0 60 31.5 2,361 68 96 1,596 560 67.6 27.9 41.2 35.4 52.3 1940 Delaware & Hudson........................ 1940 846 20,334 6.3 43 d 20.4 22,212 6,487 90 15,638 4,719 70.4 29.2 41. 35.6 50.6
845 2,61 87 2,790 62 83 1,637 885 58.7 23.0 39.2 31. 53.5 1939 199 839 19,132 1,059 21,038 5,714 841 14429 4;574 68.6 27.2 39.6 35.5 51.8
995 3,764 5.0 539 a 2.0 4,o5 1,98 07 3,328 1,012 69.3 22.9 33.0 411 59.4 1940 Delaware. Lackawanna & Western----...... 1940 995 33,239 5.4 53 3.5 43,121 11,497 2,051 33,215 5,117 77.0 26.7 34.6 44. 57.7
996 3,963 55 5,012 1,079 201 3,364 1,174 67.1 21.5 32.1 40.6 b0.5 1939 1939 989 31534 5541 41573 10,596 2,020 31,872 4,778 76.7 25.5 33.2 45.1 58.8
2,268 7,844 d .6 394 3.6 8,784 2,114 305 5,584 2,187 63.6 24.1 37.9 34.5 54.3 1940 Erie (including Chicago & Erie)###.......... 1940 2,268 62,545 8.1 3,849 3.8 71,217 19,709 3,o040o 51,009 11,256 71.6 27.7 38.6 37.7 52.7
2,290 7,895 381 8,819 2,144 297 5,503 2,324 62.4 24.3 39.0 33.2 53-3 1939 1939 2,290 57,864 4,002 66,706 19,305 3,053 48,777 9,510 73.1 28.9 39.6 37.8 51.7
1,029 2,074 7.9 9 14.4 2,317 696 98 1,663 392 71.8 30.0 41.8 6.5 50.8 1940 Grand Trunk Western .................................. 1940 1,029 18,245 18.1 767 9.6 20,406 6,4 984 1,485 2,755 75.9 31.6 41.7 .7 51.
1,029 1,922 8 2,138 673 98 1,640 262 76.7 31.5 41.0 .1 52.2 1939 1939 1,030 15,447 048 17,527 5,97 972 14735 764 8.1 34.1 4o 43.3 51.5
1,269 3,938 5. 181 d 2.6 4360 89 171 2,794 913 64.1 20.5 32.0 38.3 59.7 1940 Lehigh Valley---- ........ .. .... 1940 1276 35,077 5.3 1,701 8 39,082 9,6 1,72 27,870 5,822 713 239 335 41.5 5.2
1,282 4,158 186 4,591 1,06 176 3,010 1,125 65.7 23.2 35.3 37.5 57.0 1939 1939 1:283 33,308 1,858 37:403 9,275 1,761 27,248 5,670 72.8 24.8 34.0 41.9 57.5
10,984 25,651 d 2.8 4,786 d 2.2 34,305 10,911 1,33 24,844 5,339 72.4 31.8 3.9 35. 48.8 1940 New York Central a/..................................------------- ---- .. 1940 10,988 221,390 13.6 ,535 5 303,609 96,033 13,300 228,982 32,976 75. 31.6 41.9 37.8 50.1
11,025 26,377 4,894 35,171 10,142 1,326 23,791 7,064 67.6 28.8 42.6 33.6 49.7 1939 1939 11,039 194,840 51:138 278:363 86,226 13,227 209,351 28:418 75.2 31.0 41.2 37.7 50.2
1,705 4,259 7.2 85 37.3 4,463 1,050 132 2,69 1,112 60.4 23.5 39.0 31.2 51.7 1940 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ..... 1940 1,705 36,152 8.6 686 3.6 37,963 10,055 1,323 25,852 6,498 68. 26.5 38.9 3.2 51.7
1,705 4,589 62 4,772 1,000 130 2,62 1,524 55.0 38.1 29.0 52.7 1939 1939 1,704 33,289 712 35,123 8,935 1,303 23:506 6:584 66.9 25.4 38.0 34.7 51.9
2,114 2,859 a 4.8 64 6.0 3,081 945 186 2,142 532 69.5 30.7 44.1 33.7 48.5 1940 Pere Marquette..................... .. 1940 2,114 24,794 11.4 795 .3 27,11 9,100 1,886 20,688 3,19 763 33.6 44.0 36.7 4.1
2,115 3,oo 60 3,216 902 194 2,090 811 65.0 28.0 43.1 32.2 49.5 1939 1939 2,115 22,254 793 244 8,433 1,962 19,269 2,377 78.8 34.5 43.8 37.8 47.9
233 2,196 d 2.6 3 5.5 2,290 985 190 1,705 495 74.4 43.0 57.8 26.7 35.9 1940 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie................. 1940 233 18,759 32.7 395 1.4 19,701 8,398 1,849 15,102 4,535 76.7 42.6 55.6 28.7 37.4
233 2,254 2,354 865 187 1,562 771 66.4 36.8 55.4 25.0 37.7 1939 1939 233 14,139 390 15,020 7,039 1,868 12,869 2,538 85.7 46.9 54.7 31.8 37.1
2,49 914 a 4.6 210 5-5 4,433 1,o4 181 2,907 954 65.6 23.6 36.0 35 53.8 1940 Wabash#- ..----- .................................... 1940 2,409 33,179 4.0 1,999 1.1 37,928 11,250 1,802 29,164 3,029 76.9 29.7 38.6 39.2 51.0
2,409 4,104 199 4,615 1,180 3,027 998 65.6 25.6 39.0 334 50.9 1939 Central Eastern Region: 1939 2:410 31919 1,978 3673 11,019 1792 28,321 2328 77.6 30.2 3.9 39.1 50.
6,382 14,73 d 4.6 1,019 10.2 16,746 5,408 605 11,861 3,426 70.8 32.3 45.6 32.5 45.9 1940 Baltimore & Ohio.... 1940 6,382 130,345 15.2 8 664 a 4.8 147,564 47,727 6,033 109,611 24,480 74.1 32.3 43.5 34.0 46.8
,389 15,450 925 17273 5,390 596 11,822 4,038 68.4 31.2 45.6 31.2 45. 1939 1939 6,398 113,114 9,102 130,116 40:137 5,978 96,615 20;627 74.3 30.8 41.5 35.8 48.2
710 2,694 6. 363 3,281 1,024 110 2,38 289 72.6 31.2 43.0 36.8 50.7 1940 Central of New Jersey .. ............. 1940 710 24,082 10.1 3,618 29,636 9,254 1,142 22,579 1,146 76.2 31.2 41.0 39.9 52.4
710 2,894 377 3,477 737 117 2,097 689 60.3 21.2 35.1 35.0 58.1 1939 1939 711 21,67 3,744 27,512 7482 1,168 20,058 1,497 72.9 27.2 37.3 40.6 55.7
925 1,150 a 14.7 104 2.8 1,422 401 51 1,024 195 72.0 28.2 39.2 35.7 49.6 1940 Chicago & Eastern Illinois.## 1940 925 10,064 1.6 1,246 6.7 12,834 3,901 505 10,189 545 79.4 30.4 38.3 39.8 50.1
927 1,34 101 1,622 357 50 1,oo4 414 61.9 22.o 35.6 32.7 52.8 191939939 927 9,907 1 167 12,626 3,721 503 9,848 696 78.0 29.5 37.8 39.3 50.3
390 1,813 2.5 2,142 45 96 1,239 523 57.9 21.4 37.0 34.2 59.2 1940 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern......................... 1940 390 14,979 25.9 17,662 4,343 861 11,270 3,719 63.8 24.6 38.5 36.4 57.0
390 1,769 2,063 37 78 1,089 631 528 18.7 35.5 31.9 60.4 1939 1939 390 11,898 13,966 4,170 792 9,908 2,193 70.9 29.9 42.1 37.5 52.9
390 1:2 2,3699 1,8 1 6 6 2 7 eong 194 1 3.5 1 _5 _7_
379 779 13.5 1,1430 a .8 2,39 553 98 1,629 069 .7 3.* s .62 1934 Long3 Island ..... ...1940 379 6174 9.1 941 .2 21,238 5,522 97 1,652 916 73.7 26.0 35.3 61.
379 67 1,568 2,361 59 97 1669 7.7 1939 1939 382 5660 152 21838 5,55 980 16,120 533 73 25.5 34.5 2 62.6
1025 3545 ad 37 6 1 2 46,203 15,532 2,466 32,4177 7,903 .3 336 7 325 46.2 1940 Pennsylvania.............. .. 140 10,263 299,577 16.6 5,99 ad 393,393 121,750 22,908 279,463 63,47 71.0 31.0 43.6 35.1 49.
9728; 37:2 6:2o21 24 3 027 02 19 1-7 o31 3.91939 o 192 53:78391942 471. 5.5 6.o
1 o37,211 6, 147,430 15,377 2,3 32,247 10,26 6.0 32. 4 17.7 31.2 45.9 1939 1939 10,29 256,03 59499 347952 105,991 2293214 240,861 59011 71.5 30.5 2.6 35.5 9.6
1449 57 3.6 5,912 1,773 255 4 1 1226 692 30.0 43.3 35.6 51.4 1940 Reading ............................ 194o 1,40 47047 13.5 265 .! 2,53 36,253 10,619 69.7 2.2 40. 37.4 5.6
3.6112, o 9091 1,226 69.2 50d 1940 190.ant .1.0oast..190.1. 11,661,75 ,97 56 1 2,536 1,6 o9 39.8 30.4
1450 55,93 1,394 259 3,612 1609 609 23.5 38.6 33.6 55.2 1939 Pocahontas Region: 1939 1,410 4i 435 2,651 46,145 12:049 2,592 32,388 9,580 70.2 26.1 37.2 39.3 55.0
Pocahontas Region:739 117 10,17 9 87 12091 ,3J3
3,129 10,216 a 21.7 31 1.6 10,964 3,171 4 04 6,209 3,161 57.4 28.9 50,5 2.0 411.4 1940 Chesapeake & Ohio... .................... 1940 3117 105,179 15.7 2,77 9.1 12,079 31,116 7,03 6,124 33,9673 5.4 27. 50.1 2.1 1.6
3,121 13,055 262 13,02 3,166 65 645 5,71 46. 22.9 1.9.0 .3 3.3 1939 1939 3,112 90, 92 2,555 96,970 2:,246 6:70 56506 2,973 58. 29.1 49.9 24.1 41.2
,191 860, a 14'1 172 10.2 9,291 2 7 21 2, 15 47 30.6 55.9 20.3 97.2 1940 Norfolk & Western .............................. 1940 2,191 ,798 17.0 1,681 7.8 87,74 26,297 5,201 47,9 28,01 54.6 30.0 54.9 20.7 38.
2,191 10,311 156 10,713 2,451 425 4,723 4,720 44.1 22.9 51.9 18.0 40.9 1939 21916 421 2 46 24 56.2 29.7
2 0 11 Southern Region:1939 7 21 1560 75,320 22,333 251 52. 22.2
5 100 3296 O08 396 27.9 4'134 1'22, N 3,120 543 .755 29.6 9 38.3 50 .7 194o10 Atlantic Coast Line .......- ------- 1940 5.101 29,698 1.5 637 19.18 40609 12,927 1,707 32,068 1,967 0.9 31. 39.3 45 500
5,104 2,974 310 3,7o5 1,206 69 2,953 372 79.5 32.5 40.8 39-0 49.1 1939 1939 5:106 29,253 5 622 39:017 11,587 1,729 30,232 3,004 775 29.7 38.3 3 9.1
1,64 1,352 9.6 9 17.5 1,608 71 1,232 248 76.6 30.7 4o.1 37. 49.3 1940 Central of Georgia-# --......................... 1940 1,865 11,074 6.2 1,088 11.0 13,622 4,645 710 11,027 4108 6. 3 9.3 3. 49.7
1,71 1,233 4 1,440 449 71 1144 190 79.4 31.2 39.3 39.5 49. 1939 1939 1,:71 10,429 981 12,813 4,382 709 11,135 494 86.9 34.2 39.4 42.9 49.3
949 s,205'84 d,11.2 '7 0944 2'897 527 6,613 01 99 70.1I 30-7 i3.08 33.j3 47.6 1940 9 Illinois Central...-..-----................................ .1940 6753 .4 7,437 9 81,160 7,388 965,27 62,9532 105163 7.6 3037 4
4,949 g1205 671 10,11434 2,572 532 6,429 3,0- 61.6 24.7 40.0 32. 52.1 1939 1940 4,949 65 7,437 2.:1,6 29 003453 1 1 74.6
4871 7,732 6. 4 486 11.2 8,751 3,054 362 6,204 1,672 70.9 31 .9 49.2 31.2 194o Louisville & Nashville .............. 1940 ,71 0,5 130 6.7 8,7 2,79 3626 59,915 13,76 74.2 35.1 7. 33
,907 ,20 437 9,200 3,017 361 6,19 2327 73 327 29.9193194 1939 11, 91. 2 1 2,42 3,613 53,169 12,767 73.6 33.4 45.4 3.
4 314 39 .7 11 2.9 1,12 ,43 19 3,'7 7.3 3.3 13. 35.2 44.9 1940 Seaboard Air Linea. 4...... ................ 1940 31 329 7.1 19.7 39,130 13,075 1,960 32,489 2,76 03.0 35.5 2.7 37.6
4,315 3,1 361 3,893 1,33 10 3,088 44 .3 3.5 3.5 35.9 45.3 1939 1939 17 23 5,172 35,987 12,926 1,797 30076 2,193 83.6 35.9 43.0 37.6 5.6
6 84 694a'644 o- 1o.4 1 0 2o60 2,'777 294 61467 2,657 6.4 272 42- 31 49 1940 Southern............................................................... 1940 6,596 72277 6.3 7428 2.9 86,295 26,1 2,941 60,589 16,120 0.2 30.3 43.2 3.1 4.6
6,16 70 10,099 2,533 295 6,121 2,92o 60.6 25.1 30.7 50. 1939 1939 6,62 07 7,219 01,092 23,72 2,901 56,591 9.1 29.0 42.0
1,60 8 1,607 2.3 9125331 1.7 991519156.6 1 31 3.1 Y9.01940 o MississippVal9ey
1,619 0 1,6.7 23 4 1 49 56.6 17Z 3N.4 354 59 1 94o Yazoo & Mississippi Valley--------..----- 1940 1,609 11,255 4.o 593 2.4 12,583 3,177 426 8,923 1,476 70.9 25.2 35.6 39.5 55.7
1619 1571________2____ 3 591 17 35 1939 _____ 1939 1619 1019 50 12139 2935 11 512 145 70.1 24.2 34.5 39.9 56.9


* Net railway operating income' is derived from Rallway operating income", modified by debits ana credits arising from 'Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent".
Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
j/ Including Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
A Deficit or other reverse items.
(Over)


# Report of receiver or receivers.
## Report of trustee or trustees.
### Under trusteeship, Erie R. R. only.


Statement No. M-150
OCTOBER, 1940











INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


OCTOBER 1940


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-Continued.

FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1940 AND 1939 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER, 1940 AND 1939
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Ave eOperating revenues Operating expenses Maintenanses Tran expenses
expenses, expenses.re Net 0 e pensest expense
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger per- percent o percent of
Miles Depreci- railway eating Average Depreci- railway ting
Sroad Per- Per- All action in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All ationin- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- cluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount icent Total ainte- lude in g com e cent) atingr- r- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) eating eating eating eating operated creasein- c rease ceding reve-nt) ang ng ng ng
of mont. crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease column nues penises nues penises
column nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (0) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (U) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa). (bb) (cc) (dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)**
Northwestern Region:
,327 7,902 2. 2. 620 2,961 $05 $6,697 $2,043 69.5 30. 44.3 3.5 411. 19go Chicago & North Western- .... .... 1940 ,325 $59,365 6.8 $962 .6 $77,009 $26,152 $4 116 $61,020 $7,619 79.2 340 42.9 3.7 4.
9,329 7,693 s67 9,41'0 ,552 417 6,329 2,396 66.8 27.o 40.3 34.5 51.6 1939 1939 9,353 55,593 9,609 72,725 26,455 4,133 60,463 4,411 93.1 36.4 43.9 39.9 47.9
1,502 1743 5. 34 9.6 1908 4 53 47 1 14 74 356 61.5 21.7 38.6 319 51.8 1940 Chicago Great Western## ...-..--...... ----2... 2 1 6 .5 402 1.1 15,166 4,39 469 11,135 1,066 73.4 29.0 .
1059 9,640 .4 3. 11,309 24o7,515 2,75 665 28.7 32 4.6 1940 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific 1940 10,979 76.9 560 94313 3297976 72353 772 34
,9411,242 .842t, 10,926 73, t9 6,562 88,565 32, 93 4:922 72,No 5,290 81.3 36.9 45.4 37.9
10,990 g9603 595 1, 43637,723 2,320 68.7 30.6 5 33.o 49.o 1939
1,629 1,531 5 114 6.8 1,751 49 45 1,297 214 74.1 29.0 3 39-9 539 19 40 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha-- 1940 629 12,6Z9 1.2 '1,305 9.5 14:981 4,769 470 12,469 213 93.4 319
,069 10,4 6.5 301 1.0 11,641 2,75 322 6,202 ,141 533 2.7 46.4 25 46.9 190 Great Northern- ---..... .. 1940 69 7609 12.1 3491 d 5 96 650 24,79 3,104 53,920,329 6237 462
8.072 9,8945 299 11,039 2,381 311 5,575 4,103 50.5 21.6 42.7 25.3 50.0 1939 1939 9,072 67,980 3:697 77,813 22,931 3,076 51,134 16,41 65.7 29.3 6 30.
4271 2934 4.0 21.9 3,113 952 104 2,7 64 66.7 27.4 41.o 34.4 51.6 194 Minneapolis. St. Paul & SaultSte. Marie 1940 4279 23,644 13.4 14 d 14.5 26,346 7,954 1,020 1,269 3 73.1 29.9 35 51.
4:299 2,724 653,014 720 101 1,926 763 63.9 23.9 37.4 35.0 54.7 1939 1939 4,299 20,857 952 23,660 7,233 1,015 19,206 2,509 76.9 30.6
6,720 6069 .6 266 12.3 646 2,140 25 474 1770 69.4 31.3 45.1 31.9 46. .1940 Northern Pacific............... ...............1940 6,720 153 7.9 3,238 2.5 56,96 1161 230 43173 10,667 75. 336 34 45.4
6,720 603303 6:43 1,928 281 4 523 1,96 66.1 29.2 42.6 31.6 47.9 1939 c1939 6721 4 5 3,159 53301 656 42420 7.570 79.6 350 3





7,90 6,553 2.7 7.2 788 2 9 31 5,422 1,670 69.1 29.6 42.8 33-3 48.2 19 0 Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific ...-- 190 7,89 5, 1.6 677 6.6 616 2,1 ,7 526 14 77.,/32 ./ .07 .6
SDen er Riorande Western
,59 1,137 5.6 219 d3. 1,73 441 22 1,147 146 72.9 29.1 39 5 37.2 51.0 1940 Alton...-....ns..s.. n..................... .1940 959 9,534 d 2.0 2,110 1.1 13,564 4,429 217 11,132 d 19 06 92.1 7 32.7
959 1,205 229 1,652 447 21 1143 220 69.2 27.1 391 35.2 50.9 1939 1939 ,959 9,727 2,097 13,723 3, 790 14 10 ,41 |75. 2 2 3 3 37. 5 :



134? ,1 2.72 9.4 1892 5,17 1,012 11,419 3, 3 6 7. 30.7 45.4 31. 47.1 194 Southern Pacifia Companey b_/.........190.....1..11...59 8.9 12 ,939 0,0 5 ,02 1 5 ;d 179,9 737. 3/ :6.3 34.9 4.
13,44 ,7950 16,526 5,396 999 11,4 3,4095 32.6 4. 31.6 1939 1939 13,459 106,0741,1,1 32,,8,56 0 19 79.4 36.4 46.4 35.9 45.9


,959 9,174 8 4.1 724 d5. 9,939 2,399 452 6,46 2,597 61.4 24.4 49.7 31-9 1.9 1940 Chicago Burlington & Quiny. -.............. 194 96 63754 .4 7469 2.9 79,7 1 25,162 4,,424 59, 9 9,43 74.6 31.63 4.7


9034 9,523 73 1 ,21 2,759 433 6,51 2,597 63.9 I 4.3 31.5 49- 1939 193Southwester n es ....... 9,9463497 7 79,36 25,797 4340 59, 7 32.5 4
73,55326660 7.2 7,468 2,1 9 1 5,4226 7 69.1" 29.6 42.89 : 353.3 48.27 1940 Chicago.Rockui sand & Pacificn ......1940 7,9394 954,5142 1.6 60776.662612,9, 2,6:171 7. 32 421 32 47677
7,0859 6,390 76,:662 2, 63 2 5,552 1,332 72.5 32.2 44.5" 33.9 46.71 1939 19399 ,71 53, 906:329 55:7458 22,625 3,41555, 4 :298 7o.1|34.4
2,-14 2,636 1438 .2 2 ,994 749 104 1,991 77,169.0 25.9,39.9 33.1 51.0 1945 Denver & Rio Grande Western............1940 2,554 19,062 54 1,295 d4.0 21,409 7,924 1,036 17,196 1,580 90.3 37.0 461 3. 7 44.
2,-7 2,742 144 3,012 816 102 1,947 766 64.7 27.1 41.9 32.3 50.0 1939 1939 2,557 19,095 1,3939 20,516, 9 ,096 1,008 16,955 913 927. 39.4 1 7.7 360 43.9





623Includes returns for outhern1,61019296 4,071 544 11946 4,54 65 223 341 365 5 1940 Southern Pacific Company ............ 1940 633 122nes.9 17,477 5 11,909 40,5 545 1111993 735 26.
89655 14,251 1,780 17,365 4,113 531 11,774 3,453 67. 23.7 34.9 36.7 54.2 1939 1939 9,657 112,7 19,319 14,459 39,02 5334 105,606 19,105 731 26.6 3.
t907 14,929 .2 1,402 d .4 17,617 5,916 65.1 12,405 3,0507 70.4 33.6 47.7 30.5 43.3 194o union Pacific--- 1940 94 ,901 110,957 1.3 14,622 d 3.4 137,099 43,477 69,409 101,4 75,361.7 4.
'76900 14,993 1,4o72 17,566 5,867 641 12,29,9 ,690 70.0 33.4 47.7 30.0 42.9 1939 Southwestern Region: 1939 9:901 109,505 15,129 136,261 42,577 6,191 100,9 1,291 73.7 31.2 7.
3 291 2 216 d 1.6 192 5 1.0 2,641 738 97 1,996 303 71.4 27.9 39. 1 34.984. 7 1941 Missouri-ansas-Texas Linese-.. -...........19-4c 3,293 19,229 8 2.1 1,660 d 4. 5 23,099 6,765 992 17,919 1,393 77.6 29.3 37.9 39.4 6
7,151 7,952 .7 429 2.9 9,695 2,91 4 375 6,147 1,571 70.9 32.4 45.9 32.6 46.1 1940 Missouri Paoifiuthwestern..- -...................... 1940 7,146 60,569 3.7 4,329 5.4 1,439 24,647 3,743 55,914 7,178 79.1 34.: 44.2 36.5 46.7
7,15O 7,503 416 9,602 2,952 36 6 :6,24 6 l 1 9 72.6 34.3 47.2 32.3 44.5 1939 1939 7,161 59,399 4,106,536 24,49 3,636 54,344 5,383 79.3 35.6 44.9 36.6
,97 2,053 d 196 1.6 2,F2 769 105 1,690 626 66., 230.6 45.9 29.9 43.0 19iO Texas & Pacific ns-..........................................-1940 1,907 17,913 d .- 1,900 2.2 21,793 6,624 1,020 15,434 3,795 70.9 30.4 42.9 31 44.9
1,936 2,193 193 20. 32 792 101 1,725 629 65.5 29.7 45.3 290. 43.9 1939 1939 1,936 1,031 1,59 21,733 6,718 1,002 15,565 3,54 71.6 30.9 .. .
4:339,373.1273 4:45t ,1,57.1233.144951,0 319391939 4,83331,99 2,87O 37,970 14826 2,553 31,964 2,8925 44 3923. 4
IF lue e 6.0o 1 95.2 103, o 7o1097.0 36.2 37 47.9 49.3 1940 St. Louis. San Francisco & Texas 1940a1,057
1,649 1,t94 o o r ae6114.3 2,101 69s 54 1,421 455 67.6 332 49.1 26.4 39.0 194 St. Louis Southwestern Lines.#.. .1940 1,661 15,921 4.7 3 1581.0 16,912635461 532 12,243 2,190 72.9 32.6 4






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