Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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

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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.
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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.
General Note:
"Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
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Title from caption.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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Statement No. M-150
JANUARY 1942


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

FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1942 AND 1941

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses,
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railway ating
Region, road, and year of road Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- cluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income cent) eating eating eating eating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*

Total-Roads listed herein.......................... 1942 201,421 $352,029 27.4 $52,321 39.2 $434,256 $130,621 $16,131 $317.259 $61,111 73.1 30.1 41.2 37.2 51.0
1941 202,206 276,313 37,580 339,267 100,595 16,123 243,997 54,230 71.9 29.7 41.2 36.1 50.2
New England Region:
Boston & Maine .....1942 1,866 3,875 24.3 815 27.8 5,195 1,558 117 3,987 478 76.8 30.0 39.1 41.9 54.6
1941 1,906 3.117 638 4,224 1,213 119 3,163 522 74.9 28.7 38.4 40.7 543
New York, New Haven & Hartford......-..-...- 1942 1,839 5,917 27.2 3.075 38.2 9,815 2,693 276 7102 968 72.4 27.4 37.9 38.7 53.
1941 1,853 4,651 2,225 7,6Ol 2,01 278 5:,44 900 72.2 26.9 37.27 38.6 5
Delaware & Hudson--------... ............-..- 1942 849 2,935 32.2 102 17.2 3,120 1,021 86 2,293 554 73.5 32.7 .44.5 36.0 49.0
1941 845 2,221 87 2,383 711 96 1,713 477 71-9 29.8 41.5 36.5 50.8
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western..---- 1942 985 4,134 14.9 630 16.0 5,247 1,313 206 3,942 42 75.1 25.0 333 451 60.1
1941 995 3,599 543 4,596 1,028 206 3,317 799 72.2 22.4 31.0 43.9 60.8
Erie ..................... 1942 2,251 8,583 26.7 453 21.6 9,526 2,436 486 6,613 1,462 69.4 25.6 36.8 38.5 55.4
1941 2,266 6,773 372 7,595 1,856 3o5 5,122 1,577 67.4 24.4 36.2 37.0 54.9
Grand Trunk Western.--- .. -----........ 1942 1,028 2,152 .8 91 24.2 2,389 790 106 1,931 245 80.8 33.1 40.9 43.0 53.1
1941 1,029 2,134 73 2,365 668 98 1,702 387 72.0 28.2 39.2 39.3 54.5
Lehigh Valley................. ...----- 1942 1,263 4346 15.3 21 31.6 48 1,0 64 2,0 301 .1 267 34.2 45.8

New York Central a/................... ... .. 1942 10,918 29,34 16.4 6,97 24.9 39,470 13,021 1,518 31,583 3179 800 33.0 41.2 41.2 51.5
1941 10,943 24,951 5,530 33809 10,172 1,509 24,705 4,751 73.1 30.1 41.2 37.4 51.2
New York, Chicago & St. Louis.............19 42 1,688 ,228 27.1 100 35.2 1,27 1 3,547 1,021 65. 6 3 36"4 ;6"0

Pere Marquette-----.... 1...........---- 942 2,055 2,942 1.3 114 28.7 3181 1,072 210 2,51 326 79.0 33.7 427 39;7 50.2
1941 2,102 2,905 88 3,124 913 187 2,159 537 9.1 29.2 42.3 34.8 50.3
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie --.----. ...- 1942 232 2,332 19.5 7 21.3 2,454 1,097 19 2,06 469 834 : 53.6 39
1941 233 1,952 ." 2,057 855 193 1,629 472879.2 41. 52-5 31.7
Wabash -------------..1---- 1942 2,409 4,268 16.0 330 41.9 4,920 1,206 181 3,474 581 70.6 24.5 34.7 38.7 549
1941 2,409 3,679 233 4,189 1,140 181 3,025 o05 72.2 27. 37.7 37. 52.0
Central Eastern Region:1 2238.6
Baltimore & Ohio 192 6,274 0 1,316 22.0 20,18 6,805 631 15,692 2,742 77.8 33.7 4 31 9.
1941 6,3s6 1,4141,079 16,378 5,279 622 11,855 3,162 72.4 32.2 U5 34.3 47.4
Central of New Jersey_# ...--. ....-......--.. .. 1942 661 3,212 17.8 41 22.8 3,862 1,221 l16 3,097 180 802. 31.6 2394 44.5 55:5

Chicago & Eastern Illinois ------- 1942 925 1,31 134 2 44.5 1,735 7 52 1, 242 71 2 : : 31:7 53:0
1941 925 1,174 166 1,495 451 1,060 215 72.2
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern---............... 1942 392 237 13.7 2,680 657 88 1,719 10 64.1 24. 382 37: 585

Long Island --.............-..----.--- ...... 1942 378 747 18.4 1,378 20.2 2,245 651 131 1,8144 14 82.2 29.0 35.3 49.6 60.4
.1941 379 631 1,147 1,883 549 130 1,557 ...5R 82.7 29.2 35.3 51.0 61.6
Pennsylvania.------- ----.........---- --- -.. .19412 10,241 41 22 28.9 10.204 41.0 o052,648 2s1 9 24707 ,6 ,3 7 :0 3 0 42.9 39.4:2

Reading................ .......... 35 13.6 41 40.1 6,0 2,228 24 5125 9150 73:3 319 4: 5 37:9 517
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio....--- ---.................... 1942 3,124 11,194 15.0 550 74.8 12,082 3,694 734 7,628 2,270 63.1 30.6 48.4 2 .6 43.7
z9i41 3,131 9,738 315 10,338 3,129 713 ,145 2,831 59.4 30.3 50.9 24.4 41.o0
Norfolk & Western........---------.................1942 2,181 9,851 6.8 401 53.1 10o536 3,104 558 6,009 2,263 57.0 29.5 51.7 23.0 40.3
1941 2,191 9,220 262 9,716 2,917 550 5,236 2,937 53.9 30.0 55.7 20.2 37.6
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line-----...-...... ----------- 1942 5,010 4,$66 17.6 1,344 16.1 6,722 1,877 174 4,930 934 73.3 27-9 38.1 3Z.6 51.3
1941 5,099 4,136 1,158 5,780 1,321 188 3,852 1,191 66 22.8 34.3 30 54.1
Central of Georgia. .... ..-------- 1942 1,816 1,472 19.9 21 42.3 1,864 570 76 1,548 14 830 30.6 36.8 44.2 53.2

Gulf, Mobile & Ohio........-- ..---......--......1942 1,973 1,927 18.4 5 9.6 2,054 65 72 1 j53 72.6 31.4 43:3 32.0 44.0
1941 1,973 1,628 46 1,742 5012 ;1 11,4 25 9.7 28.8 41.3 30.4 43-6
Illinois Central..............-- .....--- ... 1942 41 97 30.8 1,270 29.4 11,940 3852 5 ,14 692 738 3:3 43:7 35:9 46
1341 4: N9 2 2 982 9,195 2,600 5475 2,013 70.9 28.3 40.2 3;35.7.50.8
Louisville & Nashville......... ------. 1942 4,799 9237 17.9 1,106 50.9 10,981 3,425 368 7,892 1,744 1.9 31.2 43.4 354 493
1941 4,.71 7,838 733 9,122 2,908 377 6336 1,84 9.7 31.9 45.7 32.6 :
Seaboard Air Line ................................ 1942 4,307 4,808 29.1 1,451 41.2 6,693 2,116 209 5,110 936 76.4 31.6 41.4 36.7 48.1
1941 4,310 3,742 1,o02 5,166 1,539 202 3,903 66 75.5 29.8 39:4 36.7 4895
Southern...--.............----- ...........---- ......... 1942 6,519 10,712 25.3 1,558 72.2 13,064 3685 301 8,626 2,646 66.0o 2.2 42:.7 32:.9 49.8

Yazoo & Mississippi Valley...- .............1942 1:,50 1,833 56.6 118 112.0 2o046 421 46 1,235 86 60.4 20.6 341 34 57

Percent Increase commuted on units of dollar.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
## Report of receiver or receivers.
a Inoludes Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
a Decrease or deficit.
( Over)


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1III IIIll II II II IIil IlI INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
3 1262 08730 9836
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


UNIV. OF FL LI.
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U.S. DEPOSITORY







Page 2 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


JANUARY 1942


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-Continued.
FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1942 AND 1941

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses,
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railway ating
of road Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio
Region, road, and year operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income cent) ating ating ating ating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o)
(Money items in thousands of dollars?

Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western. #- 19.2 8,265 6,815 22.7 $1,173 21.3 48,982 $3,023 1130 $7,530 14P $ 83.8 33.7 40.2 143.5 51.9
191. 8,319 5,55 1 967 7,368 2,285 44 5,8a1 62 78.9 31.0 39.3 40 51.7
Chicago Great Wester....................------------------.... .. 19 1502 1,706 15.8 12.1 15 1 47 1,37 170 2. 26.1 36.1 0.1 55.

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific-#. 192 10,821 10 991 36.1 91 25.6 12,984 3,178 518 8,736 3,oo4 67.3 2.5 364 37.0 5
1941 10,855 8,075 755 9,702 2,602 506 6,860 1,756 70.7 26.8 37.9 37.:4 529
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ... 1942 1,629 1,91 I 23.2 158 13.6 1766 508 1,48 50 84. 28.8 34.1 49. 58.1
1941 1,629 1,210 139 1:444 397 146 1,207 3 83.6 27.5 32.9 48.4 57.9

541 31380i 74 585 4 R 7 560o.9 364.6 65. 166 28.6
Duluth, Missabe & Iron Bange-...-.--- 6 15.8 :

Great Northern .....................................192 8,0 8,81 53.8 424 22.5 ,13 3,314 329 7,21 1,005 76.9 36.3 .2 34.9 45.3
1941 8,066 5,256 346 6,086 2,334 355 5,220 28 85.8 38.3 4.7 4.3 47.0
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie- 1942 2 2669 36.8 71 13.5 2 ,0 96 d 2,345 209 8 0 30.1 55.7

Northern Pacific............................... 192 6,889 6477 48.1 425 29.1 7,8 2,581 325 5802 1,194 77.6 3:.5 4: 36.2 46.6
191 6,718 14,373 329 5,1409 1,757 285 1,264 635 82.8 31. 41.2 .2 48.6
Alton---- .............................................191942 959 1,517 52.8 3 29.4 2,053 731435 214 1,389 353 67 25.7 242 33 46 55.0

Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe a/ ...... 1967 17,89 57.3 2a1 6. 675.4 235 7 15,3 1,262 676 30-1 .- 3 4
19414 1 ,31 11, 35 1,723 14,320 4915 1.coo O.91814343
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ...........192 9,101 8,867 35.2 1,069 33.5 l,978 2777 3 7 2083 66. 25.3 3.1 35 52.
1941 8,958 6,558 801 8,215 1,92915 41:6 66.9 23.5 35.1 36.8 55.0
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ........1942 7,950 6,93 28.2 1,311 39.7 8,925 2,336 36 6,421 1,652 71.9 26.2 36.4 37.6 52.3
1941 7,997 5, o9 939 6,899 1,834 362 5,051 1,059 73.2 26.6 36.3 37.7 51.5
Denver & Rio Grande Western ... 2 2,431 2,33 4.8 20.7 3,138 788 119 2,223 628 70.9 25.1 3.
1941 2,55 1,9o0 M2,150 731 108 1,681 240 78.2 34.0 35 36.95 16
Southern Pacific Company b/.... ............ 1942 ,574 19,36.0 2,789 58.0 2,823 6,005 5 16,024 795 67.3 22 5 3 5.7
194 1 8,6 07 132 1,765 16,251 4,030 59 11,536 2,759 71.0 28 39 354
Union Pacific ... ................- ......191-2 9,871 1 6,101 37.6 2,113 39.8 19,757 5,598 729 1,36 2,416 7.7 28.3 39.0 37.3 1.3

Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .............1942 3,293 2,622 36.7 459 115.3 ,339 975 92 2526 394 7: 28. .38.6 37.6 50.2
Missouri Pacific--... .......................-....--- 1942 7,136 8,672 27.0 i,o6 81.5 10,558 2,880 388 7,278 2,25 68.9 27.3 6 35.5 5:1.5
1941 7,1 6 6,828 57 a8,084 2,304 375 5,712 1,524 70.7 28.5 3 35.9 50.8
Texas & Pacific..-----..-... ........- .....--...........191- 2 1,88 9 2,285 15.8 64 147.9 3, 1 935 107 2,170 533 69.7 30.0 43.1 32.0 45.9

St. Louis-San Franciscoi..------- 192 4,7696 3,172 19.8 623 62.0 5420 ,710 252 4,150 99 76.6 31.6 .41.2 38.3 5:

St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas--------- 1942 159 616 41.5 75.3 170 46 125 11 73.4 27.2 37.1 47.7 51.4
1941 159 116 2 122 36 102 d 11 83.3 29.5 35.4 3.2 51.8
St. Louis Southwestern Lines.#.............. 1---- I6 2,434 28.3 1 5 279.0 2,682 688 8 1,699 6 6.4 25.7 1:.5 30. 47.8
19 1 69 1,1982,011 538 ;4M1,2926 P2 6 141. 29.3 45.6
Texas & New Orleans--.............-............---19142 4,417 026 44.2 616 81.4 5Z,91 1,727 122 3,925 1,186 65.9 28.8 1 43.1 30.6 46:

U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1942-0-200893


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
# Report of trustee or trustees.
Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe; Gulf, Colorado & Santa
Includes returns for Southern Paoific Steamship Lines.
_ Decrease or defloit.
(Over)


Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe.




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