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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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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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Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION statement No. M-1so

BUREAU OF STATISTICS JANUARY, 1934


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES OF LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS
SELECTED ITEMS FOR ROADS WITH ANNUAL OPERATING REVENUES ABOVE $25,000,000.


FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1934 AND 1M33

Maintenance Transportation
Operating revenues Operating expenses expenses, per expenses, per
Oper- cent of cent of
Average Net railway ating
Region, road, and yei miles of road operating ratio
operated income* (per Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
Freight Passenger Total A Total cent) ating ating ating ating
Freight Passenger Total maintenance reve- ex- reve- ex-
nues penses nues penses
(m) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1)

Total-o aca listwd herein .. ................. 1934 201,499.68 $184,062,532 $25,511,860 $229,623,528 $68,872,603 174,41,399 $271,59,318 76.0 30.0 39.5 37.6 49.5
1933 203,305.49 158,467,611 25,088,495 202,408,235 62,323,991 162,2 ,431 12,218,5 80.2 30.8 38.4 39.9 49.7
New England Region:
Boston & Maine.........-........................... 193 2,081.16 2,536,528 613,158 3,632,503 1,111,610 2,864,564 406,465 78.9 30.6 38.8 41.7 52.8
1933 2,o081.32 2,075,212 586,551 3,159,910 954,853 2,563,317 234,468 81.1 30.2 37-3 43.1 53.1
New York, New Haven & Hartford .......- .... 1934 2,067.93 3,444,660 1,874,548 5,998,697 1,604,607 4,368,748 724,221 72.8 26.7 36.7 38. 53.
1933 2,068.64 2,781,484i 1,810,301 5,247,940 1,488,825 4,058,945 361,203 77.3 28.4 36.7 40.4 2.3
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson.......... -- ..- 1934 8148.63 1,954,435 10,004 2,146,843 864,794 1,857,387 236,894 86.5 40.3 46.6 37.7 45.6
1933 854.78 1,428,965 94,799 1,623,529 798,334 1,767,882 d 204.973 108.9 49.2 45.2 48.6 4:.6
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western__ .... 1934 998.42 2,612,027 531,057 3,573,170 1,066,313 3,083,396 104,765 86.3 29.8 34.6 48-. 55.9
1933 998.42 2,230,632 537,635 3,240,979 983,718 2,878,945 d 53.778 88.8 30.4 3.2 49.4 55.6
Erie (including Chicago & Erie)..... ... 19354 2315.38 5,1140,88 402,961 6,002,217 1,665,030 4,282,556 1,094,117 1.3 27.7 38.9 36.1 507
1933 2,316.05 4,432,268 460,670 5,331,052 1,591,817 4,087,694 550,876 76.7 29.9 9 8.9 38.7 50.5
Grand Trunk Western --19 1008.33 1,168,63 ,918 1,325,066 5,924 1,158,65 36.62 7.4 38.
193 1,00a.79 1,054,831 56,608 1,212,364 418,676 1,079,482 727 89.0 35.5 38.1 4.2 50.7
Lehigh Valley.... 1934 1, 353.76 3,170,57 11,127 3,585,371 892,378 2,63,415 620,802 737 2.9 33.8 1.9 56.8
1933 1,362.12 2,376,372 176,765 2,790,949 906,215 2,496,501 4 78.556 89. 32.5 36.3 47.9 53.6
New York Central a/ ..---....... 1934 11 414.95 17,076,751 4,423,061 24,284,542 7,116,587 18,217,502 2,454,237 75.0 29.3 39.1 38.0 50.6
1933 11,440.62 14,931,975 4,347,517 21,978,924 6,313,902 16,743,299 1,504,143 76.2 28.7 37.7 39.2 51-4
New York, Chicago & St. Louis..- -- 1934 1,691.19 2,580,634 57,359 2,734,058 602,231 1,786,249 518,379 65.3 22.0 33.7 34.9 53.5
1933 1,691.07 2,053,695 60,675 2,195,558 584,611 1,650,790 132,841 75.2 26.6 35.4 38.7 51.5
Pere Marquette.......... 1934 2,252.53 1,906,930 55,426 2,054,013 650,652 1,577,559 207,912 76.8 31.7 41.2 37.9 49.3
1933 2,320.91 1,631,045 48,457 1,766,846 663,107 1,520,46 4 7.515 86.1 37-5 43.6 39.7 46.2
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie. 1934 233.68 1,013,355 L,979 1,101,216 470,718 985,050 182,264 89.5 42.7 47.8 37.8 42.3
1933 235.54 831,951 45,585 905,573 348,794 797,091 14o,6o3 88.0 38.5 43.8 40.2 45.7
Wabash. ....--..------ 1934 2,457.25 2,562,453 152,088 2,912,106 802,935 2,25,512 163,901 77.4 27.6 35.6 40.6 52.5
1933 248.22 2,282,952 171,759 2,650,160 857,074 2,36,62 d 229.46 885 32.3 36.5 45.7 51.6
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio.--. 1934 6,384.39 9,17,519 765,716 10,600,011 3,469,431 8,438,616 1,224,911 79.6 32.7 41.1 37.5 47.1
1933 6,401.90 7,885,505 675,176 9,169,022 2,221,172 6,644,365 1,571,507 72.5 24.2 33.4 37.5 51.7
Central of New Jersey 1934 689.89 2,031,032 342,611 2,512,920 477,280 1,595,073 674,214 6 19.0 29.9 38.7 61.O
1933 691.99 1,651,462 359,206 2,148,197 561,652 1,6o4,oo7 288,075 74.7 26.1 35.0 41.6 55.7
Chicago & Eastern Illinois- 1934 938.89 834,196 82,559 1,023,293 306,078 854,441 d 41.092 83.5 29.9 35.8 142. 50.8
1933 938.89 758,836 so80,08 923,442 287,437 839,809 1 939 90.9 31.1 34.2 46.8 51.5
Elgin. Joliet & Easterns- 1934 446.oo 664,330 717,507 285,395 650,369 a 49.381 90.6 39.8 43.9 43.1 47.6
1933 447.03 543,988 581,984 213,957 536,887 d 89.196 92.3 36.8 39.9 44.7 48.5
Long Island ------ 1934 400.23 492,075 1,283,917 1,877,623 425,437 1,387,455 231,505 73.9 22.7 30.7 47.6 64.3
1933 399.97 455,94 1,382,316 1,951,647 433,366 1,367,950 305,690 70.1 22.2 31.7 44.4 63.4
Pennsylvania. -.--.... 1934 10,511.45 19,651,769 4,901,096 27,221,778 7687,360 20,128,023 4,667, 321 3 28.2 38.2 50.8
1933 10,888.49 17,28,027 4,2,988 24,242,155 6,739,342 18,249,234 3,517,359 7 2. 6.9 38.8 51.5
Reading....__ .- 1934 1,461.45 4,521,113 252,o49 4,985,098 1,091,567 3.111,462 1,426,700 62.4 21.9 35.1 34.8 55.8
Pocahontas Region: 1933 1,461.82 3,372,633 250,887 3,86,843 1,140,868 2,956,794 652,008 76.5 29.5 38.6 39.6 51.8
Chesapeake & Ohio..........------- 1934 3,121.05 8,131,051 192,510 8,576.497 2,577,250 4,983,221 2,679,268 58.1 30.1 51.7 22.8 39.3
1933 3.144.99 7,503,360 197,128 7,954,242 2,495,314 4,835,322 2,335,978 60.8 31.4 51.6 23.7 39.0
Norfolk & Western __ ----- 1934 2,185.94 5,352,066 119,234 5,660,725 1,898,643 3,562,455 1,474,732 62.9 33-5 53.3 23.6 37.5
1933 2,233.57 4,952,231 116,107 5,227,971 1,478,882 3,110,087 1,594,711 59.5 28.3 47.6 24.6 41.3
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line-.._..._ ..._ ... 1934 5,145.10 2,923,678 550,077 ,917,35 1,080,05 2,762,841 652,43 70.1 27.6 1 34.8 493
1933 5.14.48 2,762,587 505,655 3.630,881 1,018,7-3 2,545,389 536,115 7.1 28.1 0 33-. 48.2
Central of Georgia.................. .... 1934 1,926.63 851,310 87,513 1,065,709 360,005 909,921 43,017 85.4 33.8 39.6 40.0 46.9
1933 1,944.82 650,547 1,067 829,720 297,936 811,947 d 108.18 97.9 35.9 36.7 47.3 48.3
Illinois Central.-..-...... -------------.......... 1934 5,011.40 4,983,290 626,159 6,074,424 1,694,918 4,598,997 872,944 75.7 27.9 36.9 39.4 52.0
1933 5,014.35 4,699,231 579,595 5,709,781 1,719,180 4,521,116 582,930 79.2 30.1 38.0 39.5 49.9
Louisville & Nashville ..................... 1934 5,069.47 5,052,983 392,822 5,907,932 1,696,867 4,201,808 1,409,945 71.1 28.7 40.4 34.1 8.0
1933 5,166.33 4,362,460 381,060 5,149,326 1,630,062 3,969,858 850,494 77.1 31.7 41.1 36.5 47.4
Seaboard Air Line ........ ................... 1934 4,310.7 2,578,023 35,889 3,25,399 1,07,732 2,40,662 74,940 75 331 6 33.3 9
485 2,372,602 2 368 2,9 7228 1,0 2,871 2,3 733 i97.835 :. 4.7 .2 35.5 3 .2
Southern ................................. ... 1934 6,64.62 5,278,886 617,977 6,1461,9148 2,044,966 ,840,85 969,576 74.9 31.6 42.2 36.6 48.9
1933 6,653.80 Z,985,280 557,979 6,051,288 1,943,398 4,609,284 801,9;9 76.2 32.1 4.2 37.3 49.o
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ...- 1934 1,658.67 794,444 52,824 915,626 202,319 690,660 10,126 75.4 22.1 29.3 45.6 60.4
1933 1,658.67 808,311 '55,746 933,600 206,832 678,949 27,379 72.7 22.2 30.5 42.9 59.0

*"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income," modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."
a/Includes Boston & Albany, Michigan Central, and Big Four Lines, lessors to New York Central.
d/Deficit.
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Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION JANUARY, 1934

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES OF LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS
SELECTED ITEMS FOR ROADS WITH ANNUAL OPERATING REVENUES ABOVE $25,000,000-Continued.

FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1934 AND 1933

Maintenance Transportation
Operating revenues Operating expenses expenses, per expenses, per
S F t l- Oper- cent of cent of
Average Net railway ating
- .( -- Region, road, and yeai miles of road operating ratio
operated income* (per Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
Freight Pasenger Total All Total cent) ating ating ating ating
S -, g Pinenger Total maintenance otal reve- ex- reve- ex-
nues penses nues penses
_.-' _- (m) (a) (b) (c)(d) () (f () (h) ( i) (j) () ()
U.S. DEL O5tTO_
Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western.................---.. .. 1934 8,442.50 $4,506,341 $598,186 5,752,943 $1,748,652 $4,610,061 $420,484 80.1 30.4 37.9 42.0 52.4
1933 8,442.61 3,611,685 661,207 4,842,641 1,684,313 4,411,587 d 413.676 91.1 34.8 38.2 47.0 51.6
Chicago Great Western-.......- .....-... -..- 1934 1,518.30 1,050,197 35,271 1,157,494 339,511 919,652 6 10.702 79.5 29.3 36.9 41.3 52.0
1933 1,518.75 897,620 39,654 1,010,717 321,407 871,673 A 107.0o 86.2 31.8 36.9 44.6 51.7
Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific- 1934 11,201.02 5,820,100 346,526 1 6,811,353 2,049,834 5,333,427 423,712 78.3 30.1 38.4 41.1 52.5
1933 11,242.74 4,834,920 i 365,923 5,792,766 1,887,441 5,017,033 d 319468 86.6 32.6 37.6 44.8 51.8
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha_ 1934 1,663.55 1,016,855 91,816 1,193,449 293,202 964,977 88,968 80.9 24.6 30.4 47.6 58.8
1933 1,736.94 737,298 102,437 917,873 258,707 886,630 a 114.618 96.6 28.2 29.2 57.6 59.6
Great Northern.........................-........ ..- 1934 8,361.09 3,460,293 278,361 4,135,273 1,390,797 3,602,642 d 215.834 87.1 33.6 38.6 43.6 50.1
1933 8,457.71 2,925,789 254,811 3,581,681 1,330,669 3,367,152 a 516,413 94.0 37.2 39.5 46.5 4.5
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie- 1934 4,304.40 1,326,624 72,444 1,538,574 585,393 1,512,474 98.3 3O 38.7 49.5 50.3
1933 4,337.12 1,194,404 77,592 1,393,570 574,194 1,487,041 35 6.7 1.2 38.6 53.0 49.7
Northern Pacific---.....-----------...........-........ ........ 1934 6,745.71 2,838,789 218,317 3,402,528 1,087,208 3,117,745 129,392 91.6 31.9 34.9 46.3 50.5
1933 6,735.55 2,359,869 208,194 2,872,104 1,180,917 3,055,490 432.379 106.4 41.1 38.6 49.7 46.8
Oregon-Washington R. R. & Navigation Co.. 1934 2,295.49 1,007,716 74,446 1,189,688 455,986 1,055,738 9 S.7 38.3 43.2 38.6 43.5
1933 2,316.01 621,838 70,619 790,529 267,980 842,058 4 288.241 106.5 33.9 31.8 54.6 51.3
Central Western Region:
Alton ... ......_-. ..-.. 1934 950.53 686,241 I 127,950 954,828 209,704 758,375 a 2.612 79.4 22.0 27.7 44.5 56.0
1933 978.70 675,915 1 146,221 935,664 209,175 778,884 46.s 83.2 22.4 26.9 46.1 55.4
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe................. 1934 9,551.34 5,770,236 906,433 7,377,782 2,810,485 6,392,197 241,30s 86.6 38.1 44.0 39.3 45.4
1933 9,738.00 5,342,145 932,635 6,943,344 2,675,975 6,234,920 120o.422 89.8 38.5 42.9 41.4 4.1
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy.............. 1934 9,183.58 5,090,158 462,222 6,214,146 1,552,459 4,442,275 909,163 71.5 25.0 34.9 38.0 53.2
1933 9,248.42 4,145,993 1 469,689 5,245,152 1,403,097 4,189,889 120,841 79.9 26.8 33.5 43.0 53.8
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ......---- 1934 7,610.22 4,077,183 429,840 5,033,226 1,549,322 4,187, 71 160,260 83.2 30.8 37.0 42.3 50.8
1933 7,611.32 3,780,398 432,707 4,680,165 1,486,263 4,100,462 d 159,560 87.6 31.8 36.2 45.0 51.3
Denver & Rio Grande Western-_........ ......... 1934 2,469.10 1,327,491 55,426 1,158,539 421,720 997,790 305,767 68.4 28.9 42.3 31.1 45.5
1933 2,513.89 1,055,930 54,947 1,181,135 371,591 927,878 129,497 78.6 31.5 40.0 36.4 4.4
Los Angeles & Salt Lake. ............... 1934 1,241.20 1,039,698 84,770 1,216,958 384,647 897,826 73,149 73.8 31.6 42.8 32.0 43.3
1933 1,249.49 903,999 105,893 1,097,636 308,219 817,007 46,498 74.4 28.1 37.7 34.7 46.6
Oregon Short Line ..... ............. 1934 2,504.17 1,443,865 78,600 1,672,658 427,711 1,164,320 180,767 69.6 25.6 36.7 33.2 47.8
1933 2,504.17 1,156,705 95,297 1,390,589 340,727 1,048,917 18,491 75.4 24.5 32.5 38.2 50.6
Southern Pacific Company a................ 1934 8,934.73 6,142,120 1,176,091 8,068,791 2,701,441 6,915,660 13,454 85.7 33.5 39.1 40.2 46.9
1933 9,101.85 4,867,683 1,267,060 6,843,208 2,352,890 6,485,931 d 873,917 94.8 34.4 36.3 45.3 47.8
Union Pacific ............................. 1934 3,767.84 4,264,489 320,641 4,978,959 1,487,252 3,498,489 790,008 70.3 29.9 42.5 31.7 45.2
1933 3,767.70 3,147,568 355,109 3,888,729 1,168,463 3,40,082 399,953 78.2 30.0 38.4 36.6 46.8
Southwestern Region:
Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe..................... .... 1934 1,918.15 782,359 43,558 897,715 401,757 885,550 160,232 98.6 44.8 45.4 41.6 42.2
1933 1,955.10 935,208 46,967 1,045,886 391,566 896,092 d 40:51 85.7 37.4 43.7 37.8 44.1
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .........-........ 1934 3,293.93 1,768,079 153,023 2,131,484 646,641 1,722,433 37,014 80.8 30.3 37.5 37.6 46.5
1933 3,293.93 1,468,662 172,801 1,837,808 564,946 1,596,404 131.272 86.9 30. 35.4 41.5 47.8
Missouri Pacific. .............................. 1934 7,361.04 4,915,990 307,722 5,710,118 1,772,040 4,405,913 557,204 77.2 31.0 40.2 37.4 48.5
1933 7, 12.45 4,240,685 325,203 5,019,824 1,470,911 4,019,984 321,098 80.1 29.3 36.6 41.0 51.3
St. Louis-San Francisco .................................... 1934 5,240.07 2,931,334 191,929 3,395,847 1,224,274 2,671,923 408,284 78.7 36.1 45.8 35.3 44.9
1933 5,266.66 2,501,058 198,278 2,950,993 1,195,395 2,547,884 15,792 86.3 40.5 46.9 37.4 43.3
St. Louis Southwestern Lines............................ 1934 1,884.92 1,021,198 15,215 1,091,792 283,336 817,814 83,640 74.9 26.0 34.6 36.9 49.2
1933 1,914.94 931,255 18,065 994,311 253,562 773,734 53,330 77.8 25.5 32.8 36.9 47.4
Texas & New Orleans............................................ 1934 4,478.22 1,931,632 177,019 2,414,181 923,569 2,136,438 d 148 621 88.5 38.3 43.2 36.7 41.5
1933 4,582.11 1,770,107 195,725 2,224,881 843,921 2,060,228 92.6 37.9 41.0 39.1 42.2
Texas & Pacific...-...........--- ................... 1934 1,950.12 1,364,122 141,385 1,703,553 456,584 1,173,828 325,663 68.9 26.8 38.9 31.1 -5.1
1933 1,950.11 1,200,487 150,453 1,537,918 470,754 1,169,868 148,917 76.1 30.6 40.2 33.6 44.1

*"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income," modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."
a/Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
d/Deficit. 1!2229-0 U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1934
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