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Title: Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
Series Title: Statement ;
Portion of title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
Physical Description: 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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Subjects / Keywords: Railroads -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
statistics   ( marcgt )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18597972
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System ID: AA00015604:00003
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08730 9794 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



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


SUNIV. OF FLLi.





U.& DEPOeTORY


Statement No. M-150
DECEMBER, 1940


FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1940 AND 1939 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER, 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 A Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent ofpercent of
Miles Depreci- railway eating Average Depreci- railway ating
of road Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio Region,-re.d year miles Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- lauded eating (per- per- Oper- per- per- of road Amount cent Amount centTotal mainte- clouded Total ting (per- Oper- Oper- per- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) ating eating eating eating operated in- in- nance in pre- income- cent) ting sting eating eating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- rave- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column noes penses nes 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)"
199,621 $274442 11.-8 $39,610 7.9 343,078 $95,797 $15, 832 23,37 $71,752 69.8 27. 40.0 36.0 51.61940Total-Roadslistedherein.................................... 1940 199,855 $3,122,216 .6 393,491 d0.2 $3,929,2998$, ,991 $6 013 $2,76,99 591,561 72.5 30. 35 .
200,192 249,499 35,807 309,913 91,269 15,o64 22,249 54,700 72.4 29.4 40.7 36.6 50.6 1939 1939 200,454 2,974,656 394373 3,569,338 1,104119 192,190 2624,174 509,939 73.542.


123 47It91 16.'5 2,479? .1 9i9 1922 279 5,297 1,542 65.5 239 36-3 36.0 55.0 1940 New York, New Haven & Hartford-,#- 1940 1 964 50,513 6.3 26,342 a 85,604 24,115 3,32 62,199 9,274 72.7 2.2 7.6 51.7
1,967 4,104 2,477 7,404 1,856 276 5,042 1,240 69.1 25.1 3 6.9 36.8 54.0 1939 1939 1,973 47,526 27,392 83:419 24,759 3:364 61,459 8,463 73.7 29.7 40.3 37.2 50.5
S2, 3. 10.7 74 4.1 2323 646 96 1,695 47 72.6 27.8 .4 39.6 54.6 1940 Delaware & Hudson... 1940 846 24,576 5.8 975 18.8 26, 75 7,770 1,092 1,943 5,619 70.7 29. 41.0 36.2 51.2
1,92 77 2,110 665 83 1,610 o 396 76.3 315 41.3 3.7 50.8 1939 1939 40 23,232 1,201 -25,452 7,003 1,008 17:587 5:519 69.1 27.5 39.8 35.7 51.6
995 3,406 4.1 52 3.1 4,506 921 207 3,168 5 70.3 20.4 29.1 44.0 62-5 1940 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western... 1940 995 39,924 4.1 6,47 .2 51,892 13,325 2,464 39,424 6,737 76.0 25.7 33.8 44. 5.4
995 3,273 601 4,360 1,o60 200 3,351 540 76.9 24.3 31.6 46.2 60.1 1939 1939 990 38,336 6,649 50,454 12,711 2:429 38,535 6,029 76.4 25.2 33.0 451 59.1
2l266 6,l42 11.7 49 d 4.1 7,699 2,064 304 5,357 1,2i 69.7 26.8 9 -5 37.4 53.6 1940 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) --# - 1940 2,267 76,243 .o0 4,595 a 4.0 96,607 23,777 3,650 61,662 1 4 71.2 27.5 .6 7.6 52.
2,293 6,128 426 7,052 2,160 298 5,396 761 76.4 30.6 40.1 39.2 51.3 1939 1939 2,289 70,6o6 4,785 -9 1,217 23,491 3,650 59,373 11464 73.1 29.9 39.5 37.9 51.8
1,029 2,232 16.1 97 2,532 618 9g 1,619 679 64.0 24.4 389.1 36.4 56.9 1940 Grand Trunk Western---- .... 1940 1,029 22,561 17.4 901 d 9. 25,244 7,6893 1,180 18,664 ,935 73-9 30.4 41.28 518
1,029 1,923 90 2,187 553 99 1,481 520 67.7 25.53 37.5 37.8 55.8 1939 1939 1,030 19,219 999 21,802 7,:1 1,170 17,7518 69 81.5 32.8 40.3 2 51
1,269 3,990 10.4 00 432 757 169 2657 696 61.4 17.5 2.5 .7 61 94 Lehigh Valley ................................ 1940 1,275 42,645 55 2054 47,49 10,96 2,070 33,224 6,93 70.0 22.9 41.1 5
1,282 3,523 209 3,969 779 181 2,69 917 6.0 19.6 228.9 42.4 62.4 1939 1939 1,293 40,428 2,216 45,359 10,956 2,119 32,792 7,149 72.3 24.2 .4 42.0 5.1
0,994 24,996 13.2 6141 3.5 34,854 11,323 1,347 l t : 74.6 32.5 436 36:9 49.4 1940 New York Central a/-..--..... 1940 10,97 20,274 12.6 59.22 70,546 117,444 15,990 279,675 44,052 75.2 1.7 42.1 7.6 50.1
11,025 22,089 5,936 31,802 10,491 1,372 24,2 614 76.1 33.0 43.3 37.3 49.0 1939 1939 11,037 240,131 61,413 341,087 106,910 15,927 256,994 37,303 75.3 31.3 41.6 37.6 50.0
1,705 4123 6.7 6 d 13.4 43 6 971 13 2,654 1,061 615 22.5 36.6 331 53. 194o New York, Chicago & St. Louis 1............ 940 1,705 44,250 8.0 10 .7 46,423 12,025 1,599 31,111 8,42 67.0 25.9 387 34. 51.9
1,705 3,865 7 4,65 973 136 2,529 984 62.2 23.9 38.5 32.5 52.3 1939 1939 1,705 40977 8941 435175 10,72 1570 29560 8437 66.1 25.2 .1 3.4 51.9
2,102 2,759 6.6 93 12.4 3,001 924 195 2,192 5 469 727 309 42- 4 369 0o.6 1940 14P2e13ar 0quette,21..0. ............ ... 94o 2,906 2257 24,4 4063 75.6 .0 4.7 6.6 4.5
2,115 2,59 93 2,1 939 191 2,111 404 75.1 33:4 445 6. 4.3 1939 1939 2,115 27,622 93 30,233 10,299 2347 23,479 3,352 77.7 34.0 43. 7. 4.
233 1,956 9.1 49 9. 2,068 756 188 1,495 535 72.3 36.5 50.5 29.6 40.9 194o Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .......... 94 233 22,804 25.7 46 1.0 23,947 10,03 2,225 18,22 5,592 76.1 42.1 55.3 2. .6
233 1,793 51 1,912 722 187 1,391 515 72.7 37.7 51.9 29.6 40.7 1939 1939 233 18,147 481 19,251 8,591 2,242 15,72 3,907 1.9 44.6 54.5 30.8 57.6
2,o9 3,255 2.1 239 d.3 4,112 1,06 181 2,780 S7 67.6 24.7 36.? 3.-3 56.6 1940 Wabash.-.... .... 1940 2,409 40,240 3.1 2,418 d 46,014 13,244 2,165 34,706 4,553 75.4 28.8 3.2 9.0 51.7
2,409 3,632 26 4,214 1,160 10 3,101 646 73.6 27.5 37. 740.7 55.3 1939 1939 2,409 39,035 2,426 44,663 13,224 2,151 34,245 3,559 7.57 29.6 38.6 39.1 51.0
i6375 13,422 93 1,079 7.9 1 ,501 5,IC 61i 112,33 2,917 I744 329 44.82 351 0 47.12 1940 Baltimore & Ohio.... 940 6,381 1 O,107 12.6 10,619 d 2.2 19,175 57,992 7,265 132,601 30,619 74.70 2.4 43.7 3 4.7 46.
6,392 12,285 1,000 14,254 5,305 597 11,468 1,475 90.5 37.2 46.3 36.4 45.2 1939 1939 6,396 140;456 108,56 1.030 51,030 7,171 119,901 25,525 74.5 31.7 42.6 35.4 47.5
711 2,776 13.0 3Z7 3.5 3. 335 97 110 2,404 302 72.1 29.9 41.4 39.2 53.0 1940 Central of New Jersey.. ......... 940 710 29,255 9.0 4,307 d 2.6 35,883 11,24 1,363 27,344 165 76.2 4.1 9. 52.
710 2,48 537 3,010 842 117 2,166 214 72.0 28.0 39.9 39.7 55.2 1939 1939 711 26,832 4,421 ,547 9,168 1,403 24,364 1,945 72.6 27.3 7.6 3. 55.
925 1.133 9.9 170 7.1 1,491 401 51 1,039 275 69.7 26.9 38.6 35.4 50.8 194o Chicago & Eastern Illinois .............. 1940 925 12,291 2.4 1,524 6.9 15,688 4,60 607 12,23 990 78.0 29. 3.3 39.2 50.2
925 1,031 159 1,386 362 50 992 191 71.6 26.1 36.4 39.0 54.5 1939 1939 925 12,000 1,426 15:336 4,464 604 11,8 1,022 77.2 29.1 37.7 39.1 50.7
390 21004 14.4 2,280 440 100 1,292 591 56.2 19.3 34.4 3.5 9 60.3 1940 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern... ................ 1940 390 1,893 21.8 22,139 5,24o 1,059 13,787 4,995 62.3 5 3. 7.
390 1,752 2,029 440 79 1,226 452 7o.4 21.7 535.9 3.3 60.1 1939 1939 390 15,513 19,149 4,992 94 12,236 3,315 67.4 27.5 40.7 5 7

379 56t4 19216 1:975 439 97 1:70 78:4 23:4 29:9 6 Lon Island ......... 39 10 7 2 117 19,170 259 75.0 4
:)2.6 567o021939 R939.3.2....O1 7 56 2 .2 5 ,7
10,249 1,2930 4.4 611967 7.1 42,0 11,947 2,084 29,791 9094 70.9 29.4 43 37.4 52. 1940 Pennsylvania.... 1940 10,261 363,510 133 71,623 .7 477,593 146,45 27 196 339,455 649 70 9 3. 43. 32 45.
10,270 29919 6505 4,4 11,937 2,019 29,08 9 0 70. 29. 425 35.6 55.7 1939 1939 10,287 320,96 71,107 430,931 131,459 2466 36,1 77,304 71.2 3. .9 35 49.
1 440S 19.0 312 3.6 6,19 1,534 223 3,913 1,57 639 25.1 39.2 35.4 5 1 1940 Readingo-------------------ra- -.... 1940 1449 57,783 13535 5,13 2.1 65,7? 14,829 3,04 440,2 13,46 6. 27 4. 57.1
1375 71,2 9-,5679 76 31 5 619 5,563 17 68.9 2.9 3.2 35.O 7193 194069IO 619 o 2.2os9,175 59,992 7,25 3, 1 0,71774.O 32.4 4.8
n450 ,76 51 01 5,210 1,319 2 1 3,551 1,111 68.1 25.3 37.2 39.5 55. 1939 Rea g......... 19409 1:45 506,992 9:264 5 164817 :13 9:6152 11:931 69. 2. 1 37.

3,117 8,90 294 9,571 2,964 692 5,963 3,121 61. 31.0 51.6 24.8 40.6 1939 1939 3,113 111,270 3062 116,7202 54,410 ,8:249 6,960 3 6,5,4 59.0 29.0 50.0 23.9 41.3
2,191 7,92 35 24 1 20. 9,42 2,28 56 4,09 2409 561. 29.9 52.9 22 4 1940 Norfolk & Western- ....... 94 2,191 100,305 13 2,094 10.0 105,229 31,525 6,267 57,580 33,254 54.7 0.0 54.7 20.9 .1
2,191 7,691 200 8,169 2,222 429 4,439 2, 64 54. 27.2 501 22.6 41.6 1939 1939 2,191 8,550o 1,904 93,115 26,703 5,071 51,119 31,659 54.9 2..7 52 .2 21.9 9.9
SI9 22.'6 64 273 1112 110 176 3532 1,095 69:1 23:1 3.4 7: 54 1940 Atlantic Coast Line .........................- 1940 5101 37069 4.2 864 20.9 0,088 15,281 2,064 39,69 3,757 79:0 05 6 400 50.6
1,964 1,229 20.3 135 16.5 1,530 427 73 1,156 237 75.6 27.9 36.9 39-8 51.4 1940 Central of Georgia..f.t -- ...1---- ------ 1940 1,865 13,472 7.7 1,330 12.9 16,566 5,527 953 14,157 771 85.5 33.4 39.0 42.6 49.9
1,871 1,022 116 1,296 380 71 1,128 30 87.7 29.6 33.7 4 9.9 55.7 1939 1939 1,971 12,508 1,179 15,364 5,20 8 851 13,393 555 97.2 .9 .9 4.5 49.9
494 7,14 .9 1,036 14.6 2,24 535 6060 2352 6. 25.2 370 36. 54.0 1940 Illinois Central1.......... 94o 4,949 2,12 2.5 9,211 4.6 9,4 32,06 6,71 75,276 14,65 76.2 2.7 42.9 36.9 48.5
4949 7,117 904 8,691 2,375 520 5,969 1,934 69-8.7 27.3 39.9 35.2 51.3 1939 1939 4:94 80,136 ,8908 96,559 29,5383 6,49 71,283 15717 74.0 0.5 41.2 37.1 5.2
4,971 7,610 14.7 71i 11.2 9,911 2,745 3o0 6,04 1,742 67.9 30. 44 31.-7 46.s 1940 Louisville & Nashville........................ 940 4,871 8,9,57 11.9 6,475 7.7 98,002 34,115 4,362 72,057 7,199 7. 3 43 3.2
4,871 6,632 646 7,917 2,761 360 5,93 1,340 75.9 35.3 4.5 34.9 46.0 1939 1939 4:907 7o,92 6,013 88,348 29,696 4:35 36990 15:,49 7.2 5 4. 5-
4,310 3,766 22.1 s46 19.7 1 1,337 192 3562 91,21 790 26:1 ?6:9 35 194o Seaboard Air Line 1940 4,314 36,492 8.4 7,526 19.2 49,491 16,441 2,359 39,271 4,404 91.0 33.9 41. 37.3 46.0
4,314 3 ,093 713 ,223 1,374 182 3, 911 79.4 2 1.0 374 7.1 199 1939 4,316 33 ,666 6,313 44,163 15,551 2,159 36,493 3,594 8 2.6 352 42. 37.5 45.4
6r4 7,99 11.1 1,093 20.9 9,930 2,299 295 6,5 2,9S3 61.0 23-0 37. 33.1 54.2 1940 Southerns -- --------- .94o 6,594 89,592 6.7 9,17 4. 105,905 31,082 3,50 72,870 21,457 69.9 29. 5 42.7 .9 49.2
6,614 7.191 904 9,821 2,203 94 5,745 2,364 65.1 25.0 38.3 34.5 52.9 1939 1939 6,654 83,003 8,754 99,946 28,539 3,491 68,414 20,631 68.5 28.6 41.7 34.2 49.9
1609 1,262 28.9 72 d 9.8 1425 29 41 996 337 62.2 20. Z 33-. 3-9 57-.9 1940 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley............................ 1940 1,609 13,784 3.0 732 1.4 15,423 3,7534 511 10,690 2,121 69.3 24.2 3 4.9 39.0 56.5
1,619 979 _779. .1,141 324242 916 53 90.2 29. 5.4 44.9 56.0 1939 1939 1,619 13,396 1721 115,011 3,576 496 10,3632,096, 69.0 23. 34.5 9.356.9


* 5Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating inoomeN, modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rented" and "Joint facility rent*.
** Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
Includes Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
- Deficit or other reverse items.
(Over)


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















OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPESES--SE LEED-ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-Continued.
FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1940 AND 1939 -------------- -------------------
FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1940 AND 1939 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER, 1940 AND 1939
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Op rating expenses
expenses, expenses, g expenses Maintenance Transportation
Miles Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Nete pensest ofpense
oMeroad Pe- Depreci- railway eating Average Depreci- railway Oper- perenof perenof
0ef road Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All ation in- oper-y ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- cluded- ating (per Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- Region, roadf road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- clouded Total ating (per- --
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) acting tatingating acting operated in- in-t Total in prluded Total ient) 0tn tn atn
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- se nance ingincome*
column nues penses nues penses crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
c m ne ps 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)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*

t : 23 .8 Chicao- GrNorthwester n Region: # .
8,319 $z,961 20.5 $1,127 9.2 iso90 $2,4o9 $W2 $6,ooo $1,569 74.2 29:8 40.2 9.2 g1:5 1940 Chicago & North Westerni# _-............................194o 9,324 $11,413 7.3 $11,629 1.2 $92,900 $31,254 $4 921 $73,163 $10,095 79.9 37 86 .
9,327 :,949 1,031 6,970 2,572 416 5,967 295 96.9 37.4 43.1 42.6 29.0 1939 1939 9:34 66,569 11,493 97,250 31,399 4:966 72,275 5,722 92.9 60399 4.
1,502 1 6N 23.3 1 3.9 1,839 3 6 47 1,107 368 6o.2 20:5 34:0 3:4 1940 Chicago Great Western-- -.................................. 194 1,502 16,912 3.3 489 1.8 18,749,121 562 13,23 1,74 70.
152 1391,511 343 70 1,oo5 274 66:5 22.7 34.1 3 :4 5 1939 1939 1,505 16,372 481 19,129 ,N39 561 12.9o6 1,780 71.2 22 337 5.

10,914 17.6 9 15-3 2,9 N 275 39:0 365 5171940 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific# 19 10,874 95113 7.3 8 100 2.6 114,376 3,550 5,96 87,170 13 76.2
10 8 0 7 1 67 08 9 6 2 5 66,620 1,285 74.5 29.2 39.2 38.3 51.5 1939 1939 10,920 89,622 7,s94 106,875 39,110 5,793 95,512 9,124 90.0 5 7o. 7 7 4 .
1,2 11 54 15 7.4 1, 33 7:. 23 31.2 46: 7 : Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha.... 194 1.1 1 9=97 1,79.7 5 1 .7
1 6 9 1 2 31 71 5 9 3 141 1 01 3 7 2 2 4 6 3 2 3 i 5 7 8 1 9 3 9 1 9 3 9 1 6 2 9 1 5 1 3 6 1 ,7 ,9 .2 5 5 9 3 5 7 1 1 4 : 9 3 0 3 1. 78 30.- 5. 85 .
;866 597 16-3 451 14 ,112 ,051 3 ,4 1,1 :266 49 42. 05 36.4 42.: 194 Great Northern ...... -------------------- -----------------194 ,069,16 11.5 4225 d. 101743 30,667 4 163 65 2 2107 64.
8:7 9 :3 ,2 0 ,5 ,2 43 3- 23 36.4 49.o01939 1939 9,072 s0,002 4:351 91,793 26,691 3:697 60: U3 19,595 65.9 2. /. 11 2.
4267 1,92 13.2 76 d9. 2,24 672 14 155 119 2 8 30 62 46.4 56.1 194 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie. 190 4277 2 75 11.8 940 30975 9,283 1229 23,057 4352 74.4
4:295 1,751 84 2,010 776 102 1,950o d 31 92.0 38.6 1.9 ".1 50.1 1939 1939 4,299 2 ,848 1,1o6 29,163 8,736 1,219 21,903 2,927 77.9 1o 3.9 5.

6,718 4,92 23.2 35 5.3 5,894 1,665 24 4,9 9 1 1 : 2. 39.8 35:7 50.2 190 Northern Pacific ---- ------------- -....................-....- 194 6720 517 8.6 3,92 3.6 6 715 22,596 3,39 5615 13,3 75.1 .
6,2o 3, 965 n1 960 279 3,177 1 7 5:1 1 d30. 37:. 5 1939 n 1939 621 5 3.75 5 3 2 21,293 3 68 0, 79 77.
959 1,055 10.1 21 .9 i, Z S 423 24 1,132 169 73:2 27:3 37.3 37.6 51.4 194o Alton ....................................................................194o 959 11,552 d 1.__6 2,555 .8 16,475 5,265 263 13,340 16 81.o 3.0 3- 4O4 9.
959 959 22 9 .9 1, 39 395 21 1,062 192 73.8 27.5 37.2 37.9 51.4 1939 1939 959 11,738 2,535 16,623 4,615 257 12,559 921 75.5 27 6. 39 5.
134o 12,354 20. 1 12.2 15845 4 59 1,O4 11,561 3,432 42.0 9 3 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe a/ ............. 19 1341 136,535 7-1 i 1.2 0 1 3
13 4 4 1 8 1 3 4 9 4 9 6 g g 1 7 0 4 3 : 3 6 3 1939 19 39 13 ,45 12 7 ,531 1 9,27 9 1 60 ,04o 58 ,310 11 ,933 12 5 ,335 19 ,171 7 9.3 3 6 53 5 .
9, oi 16-5 05 6.1 16 14 0 2, 4 3: .7 6 6 50 1 194o Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ........................ 19 8,973, 1.7 83 73.6
9: 1 ,4 5 o 6 1 9 0 4 3 5 3 9 1 7 9 1 :7 24.1 36.1 36 .3 54 .4 1939 1939 8,973 76 ,854 9 ,16 s 9 ,132 30,227 5 ,206 70,996 12 ,270 73.7 3 .
7 34 9.6 967 17-1 6913 1,795 36 01 1,233 72.5 26.o 35.8 3:7:3 Z1.5190 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific .......... 194 795 65,26 2.3 821 7.6 s 2 4 178 62,391 8 133 773
759 Z9975623 1,957 3,9 82 597 79.9 31.3 39.2 39.2 9.1 1939 1939 7,969 63,911 7,69o 8,Q78:46S297925,751 4:099 63,009 5,459 80.3 3.1 25 .379 407.
2,550 20 9.2 134 26.5 2,327 6 1 08 163 534 70.2 25 6. :9 1940 Denver & Rio Grande Western# ..................... 1940 23 3 5.4 1 26,219 1 252 2049

2,552 190 114 2 6 2,125 644 103 1:556 339 73.2 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines...30.3.1.4.35.7 7 1 7 2,55 22 231,519 9, 14 2 1
67 1350 22.3 1,944 13- 3 4,254 544 12,247 3,20 707 245 347 39.2 555 194 Southern Pacific Company /--- - ---7... --- .....- 194 630 26,29 72
1,4 1%6 ,1 5ku 3,599 529 10,746 1,9h3 73.9 24.7 33.5 39.9 53.9 1939 1939 8,656 136,261 22,5z0 174,001 45,918 6,391 127,284 23,255 73.2 2. 5 5-


992 12,7 16.4 1 697 16.9 15,662 346 66 985 365 631 22.1 35 345 54 194 Union Pacific . ...........----------- -19 9901 136,465 30 17,473 d.9 16164 0 120,94;9 23,359 719: .

9: 13,51 267 637 137 3165 6.2 19.6 325 3 56 1939 Southwe stern Region: 1939 9,901 132uthwstenL492 17,631 164:253 72 770 5.4 4.o 59 20,233 71. .7 3 7
3,29 1,991 11.2 221 7.5 2,406 593 96 1714 330 71.2 24.6 34. 6 L:7 53:01940 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines---..-.-..-..-. ---194o 329 23,114 d.7 2,45 d 2.6 27,93 7996 1,15 21,:4 1,938 76. .7 4
3,294 1,706 2o6 2,179 599 101 1:714 114 79.7 27-5 35.0 0 50.981939 1939 3,294 23,276 2,099 29,171 8,751 1:2 5 22,321 1,284 79.2 311 9. 379 79
7,146 6,642 11.7 Z 26.7 1,961 2,240 37J 5,474 1,714 69.6 29-5 o:Z 35:7 1.3 1940 Missouri Pacific# .... .......... 1940 7,14s 316 4-3 5302 92 8,2 944 443 6,9 00Z 7.
7,146 5,949 2,997 2,277 37 5,75 991 7. 32.5 4 37.3 85 1939 1939 7,159 70,86o N092 93,059 29,328 4:391 65,526 7,19 79.9 35. 65 4.
1,991 1 S 4 .2 228 d .1 2,320 761 105 1 ,670 443 72.0 32.8 45.6 31.1 43.2 194o Texas & Pacific ........... ... ..................... ..... .... 19401 go 0 21,748 d .9 2,315 3.0 26 494 8,127 1,230 18,790 4 876 70.9 30. 3 33 .
1,936 1:842 229 2,301 824 101 1,734 379 75.3 35.9 47.5 31.0 41.1 1939 1939 1,93h 21,950 2:247 26:45 8,325 1,2o4 18,972 4:365 71.7 31. 39 3. .
4 769 3,4g6 11.5 324 5.3 4,231 1,232 24 314 96 733 2:297 37g5 390 S.,oi-a1rncso110480 9o4 13 316 624 1620 305 3 52 535 8-
1:~ 2 0 0 : 3 53 1 3 1 6 3 87 3 39 39 g 4929 4 8 3 93 M 63 ,21 6 45 :685 17 767h3 ,06 0 3 9,3 0 3: 8 97 g4 .0 3 8 6 13 .
159 129 33 135 31 102 2 75.5 23.1 30.6 42.2 55.9 194o St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas ......1940 1,301 d 14.0 8 27.9 1,366 42o- 1,191 d 211 97.2 307 3. /-1-
235 133 138 39 110 d 1 79.-L 29.2 35.5 40.2 50.7 1939 1939 2R 1,512 6 1,590 475 1 1,288 9 1.0 2.9 3. .1 95
1 649 1 774 13.1 36 4.4 1,891 581 54 1,314 339 69.5 30.7 44.2 29. 42.9 194o St. Louis Southwestern Lines-A!.................. 1940 1 659 19,423 5.4 377 14.o 20,642 6,44 640 14,959 2 7 6 72.5 3.7 5. 302 1.
1'690 156 35 1,693 591 59 1,309 151 77.8 34.5 44.4 33.- 43.0 1939 1939 1:L693 1s,424 3 19,610 7 54 626 1 ,9 ,13 7.3.. 78 173 .
4:44117 3,183363 6.g 3 6 3.2 4,$74152 1,108'g 114 2,752732 1,1762 71.065:9 8.26"2 R0.9" 31.7 49a119he Texas & New Orleans ---------------........................... 194o 4 411 39,13 5.1 3 6Os 4.7 45,660 14,477 1:474 33:926 5,637 74.1 3.7 2. 3. 5.
4 43 1 4M3 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 56 2 _' 7 0 1 2 9 6 1 0 4 1 3 3 7 1 7 4 1 1 9 3 9 1 9 39 4: 4 1 6 3 6 ,4 54 3 :4 4 98 4 3 ,5 72 1 3 ,5 28 I 3 9 3 2 ,1 5 7 5 ,1 .7 3 7 3 .8 3 .O2 .3 -75 .


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' Netrailwaoper ting 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.
Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
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