Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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Title:
Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Statement ;
Portion of title:
Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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v. : ; 29-45 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
Publisher:
The Bureau
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C

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Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
Issuing Body:
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.
General Note:
Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
General Note:
"Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
General Note:
Title from caption.
Statement of Responsibility:
Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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University of Florida
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3 1262 08730 9646 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


BUREAU OF STATISTICS ...-

U.S. DEPO TORY'


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


FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 1940 AND 1939 FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER, 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 ating Average Depreci- railway eating
of road Per- Per- All ation 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- Oper- 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 ating eating eating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) eating 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) (aa) (bb) (cc) (dd) (ee)
(Mneyv items in thousands of dollars)** (Monev items in thousands of dollars) **


6.7 $334,818 $97,495 15,498 $233,424 $62,624 69.7 29.1 41.8 34.8 49.8
I 328,215 97,707 15,091 230,495 61,294 70.2 29.8 42.4 34.5 49.1


199,722
200,350
1,910
1,937
1,855
1,869
846
845
995
995
2,268
2,290
1,029
1,029
1,269
1,282
10,984
11,025
1,705
1,705
2,114
2,115
233
233
2,409
2,:4o9
6,382
6,389
710
710
925
927
390
390
379
379
10,252
10,289
1,449
1:450
3,129
3,118
2,191
2,191
5,100
5,104
1,864
1,871
4,949
4,949
4,871
4,907
4,314
4,315
6;64
6:616
1,608
1,619


$278,614
274,539
3,062
3,0oo
4 673
4:445
2,092
2,157
3,279
3,529
6, 57
6:613
2,084
1,849
3,678
3,597
23,888
23,202
3,974
3,823
2,679
2,778
2,089
2,215


14,340
15,057
2,396
2,507
1,094
1,062
1,910
1,863
686
591
32,704
34,159

4:9,2
10,185
11,471
8,545
9,237
3,492
3,150
1,169
1,057
7,411
7,033
7,396
7,4oo



7,826

1,268
1,588


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1.9

5.1

d 3.0

d 7.1

3.7

12.7

2.2

3.0

4.0

a 3.6

a 5.7

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a 4.8

d 4.4

3.0

2.5

16.1

d 4.3

5.9

d 11.2

d 7.5

10.9

10.6

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6.4

d 20.2


$29,756
27,876
560
496





587


117
66
507
508
336
357
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4,646
4,339




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653
61
413
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330


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1,151
1:154
5,661
5,103
261
251
262
214
1 2

443
346
107
81

178

478
420
487
428
657
631
66
63


199,877 $2,1847771
200,481 2,629,153


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d .1I

a 5.7

d 21.8

2.9

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10.9

3.9

22.5

19.3

28.0

30.5

9.6

13.8

13.9

4.1

5.9


4,106
4,o15
7,510
7,351
2,240
2,304
4,265
4,522
7701,
7,:460
2,306
2,098
4,o70
3,986
32,082
30,922
4.144
3,988
2,888
2,977
2,177
2,319
3,974
3,975
16,111
16,660
2,913
3,026

1,324
2,196
2,154
1,966
1,:846
42,194
42,915
5,697
5,389
10,844
12,172
8,953
9,625g

4,367
3,886
1,415
1,265
8,783
8,291
8,337
8,290
4,224
3,953
9,680
9,132
1,414
1,731


1940 Total-Roads listed herein ..-1940
1939 1939
New England Region:
1940 Boston & Maine ....1940
1939 1939
1940 New York, New Haven & Hartford.##-..... 1940
1939 1939
Great Lakes Region:
1940 Delaware & Hudson ....1940
1939 1939
1940 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western.......... 1940
1939 1939
1940 Erie (including Chicago & Erie)- ## 1940
1939 1939
1940 Grand Trunk Western........ ...1940
1939 1939
1940 Lehigh Valley........... 1940
1939 1939
1940 New York Central a/ ....1940
1939 1939
1940 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ........... 1940
1939 1939
1940 Pere Marquette ..............1940
1939 1939
1940 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ............ 1940
1939 1939
1940 Wabash#. .. ..... 1940
1939 1939
Central Eastern Region:
1940 Baltimore & Ohio ............1940
1939 1939
194o Central of New Jersey## 1940
1939 1939
1940 Chicago & Eastern Illinois## ..... 1940
1939 1939
1940 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern 1940
1939 1939
1940 Long Island.. .............. 1940
1939 1939
1940 Pennsylvania.......... ......... 1940
1939 1939
1940 Reading....................... 1940
1939 1939
Pocahontas Region:
1940 Chesapeake & Ohio... 1940
1939 1939
1940 Norfolk & Western ...1940
1939 1939
Southern Region:
1940 Atlantic Coast Line ....1940
1939 1939
1940 Central of Georgia#..... 1940
1939 1939
1940 Illinois Central............................................ 194o0
1939 1939
1940 Louisville & Nashville.................................... 1940
1939 1939
1940 Seaboard Air Line.#............................... 1940
1939 1939
1940 Southern...................................................... 1940
1939 1939
1940 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley.................1940
1939 1939


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9.7

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6.6

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$354,886
358,562
6,414
6:443
23,864
24,904
901
1,125
5,155
6,048
4,185
4,359
814
908
1,854
2,007
53,181
55,477
742
763
860
854
436
430
2,179
2,163
9,540
9,856
3,950
4,074
1,355
1,26:


1
15,092
16,346
64,656
64,602
2,826
2,902
3,049
2,768
1,853
1,703
7,180
5,969
1,195
1,062
8,176
7,9041
5,757
5,367
6,680
5,600
8,085
7,850
660
642


a 1.0



a 4.2

a 19.8

d 3.2

d 4.0

d 10.4



a 4.1

d 2.7

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d 2.6

10.1

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2.7


$3, 45,210
3,258,431
43,190
42,261
77,513
76,015
24,452
23,342
47,386
46,094
78,917
74,166
22,712
19,615
43,152
41,390
335,691
309,285
42,107
39,111
30,006
27,421
21,879
17,339
41,902
40,449
163,674
14:776
32,548
30,538
14,197
13,950
19,858
16,120
23,204
23,684
435,586
390,867
57,679
51,534
122,923
109,151
96,737
84,946
44,976
42,903
15,o36
14,077
89,944
87,668
89,090
80,531
43,362
39,940
95,975
91,025
13,998
13,870


$1,082,199
1,012,8545
11,952
11,290
22,193
22,904
7,124
6,338
12,403
11,652
21,713
21,321
7,065
,595
10,178
10,177
106,122
96,319
11,054
9,900
9,982
9,350
9,328
7,869
12,229
12,063
52,892
45,725
10,251
8:326
4,279
4,102
4,800
4,542
6,064
6,133
134,543
119,522
16,294
13,497
34,146
31,446
28,997
24,:481
14,100
12,:846
5,Ioo0
4,827
30,063
27,008
31,371
26,935
15,103
14,177
28,794
26,336
3,439
3,252


$170,177
167,118
1,328
1,399
3,045
3,089
999
925
2,258
2,229
3,345
3,352
1,052
1,071
1,901
1,938
14,643
14,554
1,461
1,:435
2,072
2,156
2,o37
2,055
1,983
1,972
6,645
6,574
1,252
1,285
556
554
959
870
1,077
1,077
25,102
24,449
2,792
2,853
7,742
7,556

4:643'
1,585
1,897
750
780
5,836
5,969
3,992
3,974
2,159
1,977
3,235
3,197
471
454


2.,537,499
2,399,926
31,266
30,285
56,902
56,417
17,258
15,976
36,256
35:184
56,305
53,987
17,0o45
16,278
30,566
30,095
252,688
232,68o
28,457
26,030
22,758
21,368
16,736
14,382
31,925
31,:1.4
121,068
10,433
24,940
22,198
11,194
10,847
12,505
11,010
17,196
17,701
308,674
278,812
40,139
36,062
68,223
62,997
U:,199
4679



13,001
12,265
69,216
65,314
66,010
59,057
35,647
33,140
66,811
62,668
9,804
9,448


$514,739
455,242
6,105
6,137
7,732
7,223
5,148
5,123
5,879
5,489
12,566
10,703
3,256
1,O89
6,187
6,333
36,967
32,689


3,596
2,948

5,056
3,292
3,681
2,913
27,802
24,050
1,063
1,729
715
831
4,294
2,863
909
330
72,176
68,40o
11,893
10,820
37,427
33,233
30,846
28,975
2,672
3,375
534
524
12,286
13,783
15,446
14,509
3,3so
2,683
18,574
18,267
1,784
2,0o43


U. S GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE :1941-0-245431


* 'Net railway operating income' is derived from 'Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rental" and 'Joint facility rent".
** Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
SIncluding Boston & Albany, leesor to New York Central.
S Deficit or other reverse items.
- (Over)


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


1,045
1,14o
1,826
2,019
637
623

1,056
2,003
2,016
612
625
842
902
10,0885
10,093
999
965
882
917
930
831

1,044
5,165
5,588
9559

378
382
457
371
542
575
12,785
13,532
1,6

3,o30
3,200
2,700
2, 143
1,173
1,259
456
445
2,674
2,512
2,992
2,795
1,228
1,251
2,621
2,594
262
317


120
121
278
278
96
83
207
201
305
299
98
99
169
177
1,343
1,328
138
131
185
193
188
187
181
1so
612
597
110
117
51
50
98
78
98
97
2,194
2,125






181
169
71
71
529
527
366
361
199
1o80
295
296
45
43


2,825
2,910
4,983
5,138
1,621
1,548
3,041
3,313
5,296
5,210
1,560
1,542

2,847
23,706
23,329
2,606
2,524
2,071
2,099
1,614
1,5 3
2,761
2,823
11,457
11,818
2,361
2,140
1,005
999
1,235
1,103
1,544
1,581
29,211
29,951
3,886
3,674
6,100
6,411
4,868
4,334
3,168
3,113
1,175
1,130
6,262
6,082
6,095
5,888
3,158
3,063
6,222
6,077
881
936


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31.1
27.7
26.7
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30.1
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726
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429
549
762
711
1,310
1,193
501
325
365
663
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870
447
571
522
754
652
585
3,321
3,423
d 93
232
171
135
574
670

A 20
8,703
9,389
1,274
1,240
3,464
4,260
2,833
4:48
705
371
115
30
1,769
1,399
1,570
1,742
612
490
2,454
2,018
308
558


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68.8
69.8
67.7
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62.9
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69.5
71.0
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70.9
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73.8
75.4
56.2
51.2
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69.2
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74.8
77.5
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31.9
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31.2
31.7
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35.3
38.2
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56.9
54.9
35.4
37.0
45.1
47.3
42.3
39.4
37.6
38.2
37.0
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43.8
4 .2
42.0
39.4
49.7
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35.5

40.4
38.8
39.4
42.7
41.3
49.1
47.5
38.9
40.8
42.1
42.7
29.7
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38.2
38.8
35.8
35.6
35.5
3141.5
44.9
43.2



36.6
38.4
39.7

37.0
37.1
33.1
33.1

34.2
27.1
25.0
37.9
37.2

31:7
41.7
38.5
37.4
37.9
3.2
31.9
48.6
51.6
34.3
33.8
35.8
37.1
23.8
22.4
20.4
19.0
37.6
39.1
41.2
44.1
34.8
36.8
31.9
32.0
36.4
36.5
32.2
32.8
38.0
31.3


551:

53.9
50.9
53.2
51.3
61.6
60.3
53.8
52.9
54.0
52.0
60.0
60.2
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9.2
52.7
52.3
49.8
48.6
36.1
38.3
54.6
52.4
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50.7
50.2
59.1
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61.9
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4957.9
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1,910
1,941
1,865
1,873
846
839
995
989
2,268
2,290
1,029
1,030
1,275
1,283
10,987
11,038
1,705
1,704
2,114
2,115
233
233
2, 409
2,410
6,382
6:397
710
711
925
927
390
390
379
382
10,262
10,289
1, 450
1,:450
3,118
3,113
2,191
2,191
5,101
5,105
1,865
1,871
4, 949
4,949
4,871
4,911
4,314
4:,317
6,595
6,658
1,609
1,619


31,344
30,356
45,732
43,422
22,425
21,289
36,518
35,063
69,402
64,478
20,329
17,295
38,755
36,905
245,278
218,041
40,127
37,112
27,473
25,032
20,848
16,354
36,685
35,403
144,685
128,171
26,478
24,374
11,158
10,969
16,889
13,761
6,860
6,251
332,280
291,042
52,241
46,341
115,363
102,363
92,343
80,859
33,190
32,404
12,243
11,485
74,948
73,019

69,860
32,727
30,583
so,604
75,813

12:,407


25.;
28.4
24.'A
27.*
28.4
27.1
21.3
23.4
26.0
27.0
26.6
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22.6
31.4
32.6
24.1
24.2
30.5
30.8
42.7
35.8
24.6
26.3
32.1
33.5
34.2
27.9
27.7
28.8
20.8
17.2
27.6
31.1

31:5
28.7
26.9
27.9
26.3
30.2
22.3
26.9

32.2
35.2
30.4
30.3
35-9
33.7
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31.6
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28.4
18.5
18.3


U. S* GOENMN PRNIGOFIE:14-- 5


Statement No. M-150
NOVEMBER 1940


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42.2
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34.2
33.1
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39.5
41.5
40.5
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41.4
38.8
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43.9
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


NOVEMBER 1940


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-Continued.
FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 1940 AND 1939 FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER, 1940 AND 1939
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
-------- -expenses, expenses, _______ ______________ expenses, expenses,
MFreight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent percen of
Miles Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway ating
of road Per- Per- All action in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All action in- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded eating (per- Oper- p0 er- 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 ating 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 cues 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) (aa) (bb) (cc) (dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) ** (Money items in thousands of dollars) *

Northwestern Region:
8,327 7 1.0 4 d 1.6 $7,702 $2,692 $402 $6143 907 79.8 35. 43.8 38.4 48.2 1940 Chicago & North Western- ..------................-- 1940 8,325 65,452 6.2 0,502 0.4 84,710 28,844 4,519 67,163 8,525 79.3 34.1 42.9 38.6 48.7
8,329 6,027 854 7,655 2,371 417 5,845 1,027 76.4 31.0 40.6 39.0 51.1 1939 1939 8,351 61,620 10,462 80,380 28,826 4:,549 66308 5,438 82.5 35.9 43.5 39.7 48.1
1,502 1,587 10.7 37 6.9 1,743 346 47 1,042 351 59.8 19.9 33.2 33.4 55.8 1940 Chicago Great Western##...-- ......------ 1940 1,502 15,255 1.5 438 1.6 16,909 4,744 15 12,176 1,416 72. 28.1 39. 36.7 51.
1,505 1,433 3 1,57 345 44 1,021 245 6.9 21.9 33.8 35.9 55.4 1939 1939 1,505 15,028 432 16,617 4,596 491 11,900 1,506 71.6 27.7 38.6 36.7 51.2
10,85 8,166 2.4 29 16.2 97314 2,911 06 1,609 72. 29.9 41.4 36.1 49.9 194 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific. 1940 10,876 86,712 6.4 7,189 1.2 104,047 35,708 5,481 79,877 11,963 76.8 34.3 4.7 361 47
10,890 7,977 541 9,424 2,822 85 6,88 1,560 72. 29.9 41.2 36.2 49.9 1939 1939 10,923 81,476 7,103 97,989 35,515 5,307 78,892 6,840 80.5 36.2 45. 37.6 47
1,629 1,293 4.3 122 15.9 1,511 429 45 1,228 74 81. 28.4 35.0 46.2 56.8 1940 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha-... 1940 1,629 13,992 .7 1,427 10.0 16,492 5,198 516 13,717 286 8 .2 31.5 37.9 44.6 53.6
1,629 1,350 105 1,556 392 48 1,173 203 75.4 25.2 33.4 43.0 57.1 1939 1939 1,629 13,893 1,297 16,243 5,212 530 13,680 141 84.2 32.1 38.1 45.0 53.4
8072 1 269 0 7,839 1,9314931091 2,1, 325 8373 11 2 3 146 .3 146.6 314.1 46.4 1940 Great Northern -.-.-- -- ----------- 1940 8,069 83,188 11.1 3,774 14.6 94,631 27,617 3,429 59,861 21,541 63.3 29.2 46.1 29.0 45.9
8,072 6,981 260 7,839 1,934 310 4,772 1,883 09 24.7 40.5 31.1 51.0 1939 1939 8,072 74,860 3,957 85,652 24,765 3,387 55,905 18,364 65.3 28.9 44.3 30.7 47.0
4,271 2,1 d 3.6 50 d 28.1 2,89 757 104 1,935 1 1 81.0 31-7 39.2 43-5 53.8 1940 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Maria#. 1940 4,278 25,803 11.7 864 15.4 28,735 8,611 1,124 21,203 4,233 73.8 30.0 40.6 38.0 51.5
4,285 2,2 70 2,93 727 101 1,847 349 74.1 29.1 39.3 39.1 52.8 1939 1939 4,289 23,096 1,022 26,153 7,960 1,117 20,053 2,858 76.7 30.4 39.7 39.8 52.0
6720 ,103 2.6 269 16.8 5,834 1,71 285 4254 1,326 72.9 30 1.6 34 48.5 19 4o Northern Pacific..................... ....... 1940 672 54,256 7.-4 3,507 3.5 62,820 20,931 3,115 47,427 11,992 75.5 33.3 44.1 34.5 45.
6,720 4,975 231 5,701 1,682 279 4,083 1,372 71.6 29.5 41.2 34.4 48.1 1939 1939 6,721 50,520 3,390 59,002 20,333 3,095 46,502 8,942 78.8 43.7 35.9
Central Western Region:
959 963 d 8.6 194 d 2.8 1,33 413 2 1,0764 789 30.3 38.4 39.8 50.4 140 Alton---------------------------- .... 1940 959 10,497 d 2.6 2,304 .8 14,927 4,843 240 12,208 81.8 32.4 39.7 40.6 49.7
959 1,054 200 1,462 430 21 1,095 19 74.9 29.4 39.3 37.5 50.0 1939 1939 959 10,780 2,286 15,185 4,22 236 11496 729 75.7 27.8 367 39.5 52.2
13,49 12,592 12.8 1,405 9.0 15,299 4,943 1,002 10,943 2,835 71 32. 452 39 474 193940 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe a/....................... 19 3,0 1 4 124,1 5.9 16,791 .2 14,159 55332 11004 118,095 20,586 76.6 359 469 34.8 5.4
13,446 11,167 1,289 13,713 5,089 989 10,615 1,85 774 37.1 47.9 34.3 443 1939 1939 1357 117,2416761 146551 5334 10,846 114764 17,370 78.3 36.6.5 35.7 6
91958 7,166 .8 692 d 4.2 8,66 2,1919 45 664 1,740 64.6 250 37 3.6 20 1940 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy.........194..0 8,975 7020 .4 8 9 d 3.0 88,485 27,353 4,877 65173 11,172 73.7 30.9 42. 36.1
9,019 7,112 722 8,699 2,489 34 6,009 1,587 69.1 28.6 41.4 34.3 9.6 1939 1939 8,969 70,609 8,40 88,066 28,286 4,773 65508 10,531 74.4 32.1 43.2 35.6 47.8
7,900 5,428 2.5 628 5.4 6,o43 2,015 351 5121' 761 77.1 30 9:3 37.5 48.6 1940 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific-## .---.- 1940 7,894 59,956 1.7 7,375 6.5 73,789 23,996 3,822 57,382 6,901 77.8 2.5 41.8 37.1 7.7
7,858 5,2814 596 6,470 2,169 342 5,167 564 799 33.5 42.0 38.0 47.6 1939 1939 7,870 58,972 6,925 72,215 24,794 3,758 58,022 4,862 80.3 34.3 42.7 37.8 47.1
2,551 2,302 2.4 81 9.3 2'4 64 107 1649 6 664 255 .5 343.8 9 Denver & Rio Grande Western --# .. 1940 2,554 21,363 5.1 1,66 d 3.3 23,82 8,559 1,143 18,845 2,227 78.9 35.8 45.4
2,552103 1,754 414 720 30 42. 3 47.8 1939 1939 2,557 20,333 3 9 8,833 1 18,707 1,329 81.5 38.5 47.2
8i623 14424 16.6 451 2.5 ,030 4,09 5142 11,506 3,660 676 2.-5 .8 37-2 55.1 1940 Southern Pacific Company /......................... 1940 8,632 136,950 9.7 18,92 d 9.0 68,40 44,714 5996 123,196 23,598 72.9 26.5 36.3 38.4 52.7
8,655 12,369 1,488 14,996 3,918 518 10,932 2,187 72.9 26.1 35.8 38.0 52.2 1939 1939 8,657 124,855 20807 159,456 42,320 5852 116,538 2292 73.1 26.5 36.3 37.9 51.9
9,907 13,101 63 1,154 99 1,43 3,457 68 9,619 3,933 62.4 22.4 35.9 33.0 52.8 1940 union Pacific------- ---- 1940 ,90 124,058 1.8 15,776 2.5 152,502 46,934 7,066 11,064 19,494 72.8 30.8 2.3 36.3
9,900 12,323 1,050 14,478 3,518 62 9,327 2,777 64.4 24.3 37.7 32.8 50.9 1939 southwestern Region: 1939 ,901 121,828 16179 150,74o 46,095 6,833 109722 17:068 72.8 30.6 42.0 3 46
3,29 1,989 2.7 164 5.4 ,37 638 96 1,771 215 74. 26.7 38.1 1.4 1940 Missouri-Kansas-Texas I.nes........................1940 3,293 21,218 1.6 1,824 3.7 25,486 7,403 1,078 19,689 1,608 77.3 29.0 37.6 38.4 49.
3,294 1,938 156 2,323 785 101 1,938 9 83.4 33.8 40.5 39.5 47.3 1939 1939 3,294 21,570 1,893 25,993 8,152 1:,144 20,607 1,170 79.3 31.4 39.6 37.8 47.
7,151 6,704 2.9 464 17.9 7,825 2,5478 375 5,800 1,190 74.1 32.9 44.4 34.9 47.2 1940 Missouri Paoific-.#.9..-.. .-..-- ..-. --1... 140 7,148 67,274 3.6 4,793 6 5 79,263 27,225 4 118 61 613 8,369 777 34 44. 4 .
7,150 6,513 394 75 26 3 371 5,808 832 77.2 35.1 45.5 35.:4 45.8 1939 1939 7,6o 64,911 4,500 76063 27,0514:007 60:152 6,215 79:1 356 5 365 46
1,887 1,990 d 4.2 187 17.4 2,383 741 106 1,676 478 70.3 31.1 44.2 31.6 45.0 1940 Texas & Pacific-- ..........14................. 1940 1,905 19,903 d 1.0 2,087 3.4 24,176 7,366 1,125 17,110 4,433 70.8 30.5 43.0 31.8 44.9
1,936 2,078 159 2,420 783 101 1,674 453 69.2 32.3 46.7 29.3 42.3 1939 1939 1,936 20,109 -- 2,018 24:153 7,501 1,103 17,239 3,986 71.4 31.1 43.5 31.8 446
4,82769 3,4635 5.0 2149 12.4 4,'232 1,390 254 3,1'85 822 753 329 43.-7 3?.4 47.1 1940 St. Louis-San Francilscc#........- ......... 1940 4,803 35598 .4 2,842 2.3 42,063 15,298 2,792 34,448 4,439 81.9 36.4 44.4 38.0 46.4
4,820 3,461 221 4,012 1,513 254 3,293 526 82.1 37.7 46.0 36.7 44.7 1939 1939 4,829 35,459 2,908 41:882 16;340 2:807 35,256 3:352 84.2 39.0 46.3 37.4 44.4
I9 I 3 6.7 d 3 41.7 120 99 6-9 d 11 82"3 28.3 34.4 42.9 522 1940 St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas --......... 1940 176 1,172 15.0 29.4 1,231 388 1,089 213 88.5 31.5 35.7 2
217 12 1 129 39 107 a 82.8 30.0 36.2 41.0 49.5 1939 1939 267 1:379 1:452 436 1 1,178 8:81.2 30: 0 37.0 401 49.4
1,649 1,828 5.0 26 d 11.2 1,928 686 54 1,402 277 72.7 35.6 48.9 29.0 39.9 1940 St. Louis Southwestern Lines#.A-............... 1940 1 660 17,649 4.7 341 15.1 18,751 6,167 586 13,645 2,457 72.8 32.9 45.2 30. 41.6
1,690 1,741 30 1,849 678 52 1,383 252 74.8 36.7 49.o 29.1 38.9 1939 1939 1:694 16,855 296 17,927 6,874 568 14,289 991 79.7 38.3 481 31.6 39.6
4 4N 3,2 5 5.6 289 14.0 4,141 1,278 113 2,970 697 71.7 30- 430 33.2 46.2 1940 Texas & New Orleans...-------.... .. ...... 1940 4,41 34950 4.9 3,253 4.8 4, 13,89 1260 31,09 4 79 323 3 340


"Net railway operating income" Is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent".
Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
## Report of trustee or trustees.
a Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Deficit or other reverse Items.
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