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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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
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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Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION statent -5is0

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


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 FEBRUARY, 1934 AND 1933 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY, 1934 AND 1933
Maintenance Transportatio Maintenance Transportation
Operating revenues Operating expenses expenses, per expenses, per Operating revenues Operating expenses expenses, per expenses, per
Oper- cent of cent of Oper- cent of cent of
Average Net railway ating -Average Net railway ating -
miles of road operating ratio Region, road, and yeav miles of road operating ratio
operated income* (per. Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- operated income (per Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
Freight Passenger Total Total cent) ating ating ating ating Freight Passenger Total mainnance Total cent) ing atg atming ating
maintenance rexe- reve-
nues penses nues penses nues penses nues pene
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) ((n) () () (p) (q) (r) ()) (n) (v) (w) (z) (y)

201,459.96 177,6814,603 23,6.49,025. 220,859,.435 .66,781,005 167,733,928 $26,069,162 75.9 30.2 39.8 37.3 149.2 1934 Total-Roade lited herein.............................. 1934 201,43.82 361.747134 49160,88 450,42,963 135.653608 342,15,327 53,638,48o 76.0 30.1 39.6 37.5 49.3
203.302.81 149,494,054 22,103.966 189,1 2,004 59,066,952 152,982.227 8,888.540 80.9 31.2 38.6 0.1 49.6 1933 1933 203,304.65 307,961,665 47,192,460 391,580,240 121.390,941 315.227.659 21,107,126 80.5 31.0 38.5 40.0 49.7
New England Region:
2,081.16 2,240,672 607,450 3,329.324 1,150,464 2,813,278 138,046 84.5 34.6 40.9 43.2 51.2 1934 Boston & Maine ................................ 1934 2,081.16 4777,200 1,220,608 6,961,827 2262,07 5677.82 544511 816 32.5 39.8 42.4 52.0
2,081.32 1,965,477 547,377 2,984,356 857.781 2,342,493 409,579 78.5 28.7 36.6 2.0 53.5 1933 1933 2,081.32 4,40,689 1,133,928 6,144,266 1,812,634 4,905,810 544,047 79.8 29.5 36.9 42.6 53.3
2,067.93 3,32,144 1778700 593,828 1,771 450 4,470,229 163,607 81.4 32.2 39.6 41.6 51.1 1934 New York, New Haven & Hartford ..................... 1934 2,067.9 6,476,804 3653,248 11,492,525 3376,0 8,838,977 87,828 76.9 29.4 38.2 40.2 52.2
2,071.8 2,660,805 1,642,046 4,923,901 1,432,459 3827,973 236,516 777 29.1 37.4 39.8 51.2 1933 Great Lakes Region:719 77.5 28.7 37. 40.1 51.7
848.63 1,851,412 90,931 2,028,936 755,086 1,60,644 215,635 86.8 37.2 42.9 40.5 46.7 1934 Delaware & Hudson....................................... ... 1934 848.6 305,847 193,935 4,175,779 1,619,880 3,618,031 452,529 86.6 38.8 44.8 391
854.73 1,48,203 79,919 1,599.962 731,523 1:,65,328 116.878 104.1 45.7 43.9 46.7 44.9 1933 1933 854.78 2,857,168 174.718 3.223,491 1,529,857 3,433,210 a 341.8' 106.5 47.5 44.6 47.7 4
992.12 2,662,723 506,203 3,575,513 1,003.633 2,947,593 272,792 82.4 28.1 34.0 46.6 56.5 1934 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western................. 1934 995.27 5,274,750 1,037,260 7,148,683 2,069,946 6,030,989 377,557 84.4 29.0 34. 47.4 56.2
99.42 2273.193 9703 39272 13821 2829,96 62.68 88.6 32.5 36.7 47-3 3.31933 1933 9.42 4503825 1,032,338 6,433,451 2,021,959 5,708,641 116.8 .7 31.4 35 8.3 54.5
2.315.38 41947,274 393:670 5.735.164 1,638985 4,236,495 892,642 :73.9 218.6 3.7 37.7 51.0 1934 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) ...... 1934 2,315.38 10,08,158 9.61 11737,381 3304,015 8,519,051 1,986.759 72.6 28.1 38.8 36.9 50.8
231605 423677 06800 5036305 1,594082 3:958286 398,696 78.6 31.7 40.3 38.5 48.9 1933 193 2,316.05 8,669,015 867,470 10,367357 3,185899 8,045,980 949572 77.6 30.7 39.6 38. 9.7
1,008.33 1,273.966 9,551 1,426439 448,117 1,164,031 77,516 81.6 31.4 38.5 42.3 51.8 1934 Grand Trunk Western ...................... 1934 1,008.33 2,442,429 108,469 2751505 894,041 2,322,716 40,864 84.4 32.5 38.5 3.8 51.9
1,002.79 1,o032,402 4930 1,146,685 408:072 1,065,575 A 1.671 92.9 35.6 38.3 47.6 51.2 1933 1933 1,002.79 2,o067,236 101,538 2359,049 826,748 2,145,057 1 201.945 90.9 35.0 38.5 46.( 51.0
53.76 2,925,218 192,886 3.338,917 582,998 2,357,3 6,35 70.6 17.5 24.7 46.0 65.2 1934 Lehigh Valley........... ...................1934 1353.76 6,95755 374,013 6,924.288 1,475376 5, 799 1265,127 72.2 21.3 29.5 4.9 60.7
1 01 2:182022 175033 2881138 74118 2,24597 23997 78.9 269 34.o 43.7 51.4 1933 1933 1.361.45 4,858,394 351,798 5,672,087 1,680,333 4.771,0 161,391 84.1 29.6 35.2 4.8 54.4
11,413. 16.519,235 4,007,826 23,282,782 7,244,847 18,189,377 1,365.873 78.1 31.1 39.8 39.1 50.1 1934 New York Central a .-.-.-. ....1934 11,413.82 33,595,986 8,430,87 47.567.324 14,361,434 36,406,879 3,820,110 76.5 30.2 39.4 38.5 50.4
,1 0.62 149,l075,201 3,726430 20,372,366 6,o45,o09 15,787,105 1,070,835 77.5 29.7 38.3 39.4 50.8 1933 1933 11.,44.62 29,007,176 8,073,947 42,351,290 12,358,911 32,530,4o 2,574,978 76.8 29.2 38.0 39.3 51.1
1,691.19 2,593,825 50451 2,739,608 ,56762 1,730,392 606,542 63.2 20.5 32.5 34.7 55.0 1934 New York, Chicago & St. Louis..... __ 1934 1,691.19 5,174,459 107,810 5,473,666 1,164,993 3,516,641 1,124,921 64.2 21.3 33.1 34.8 54.2
1,691.07 2:,05;26 (46,747 2,173,413 532,692 1,557,795 211,751 71.7 24.5 34.2 37.4 52.1 1933 1933 1,691.07 4,164,958 107,432 4,368,971 1,117,303 3,208,585 344592 73.4 25.6 34. 38.0 51.8
22 1,91 4,762 46,078 2,102,1498 63 1,720 412,048 .1 303: 4 0 50.7 1934 Pere Marquette. ............................ 1934 2,2523 3,851,691 101,503 4,1,511 1,287,016 3,15,809 622,960 9 1.0 40.8
;3 1525,069 43,069 11625,101 141 7 8741 3. 4:6.9 1933 1933 23 9 3,156.514 91,525 3,4,918 1,279,975 2, 2,099 38,982 43.2
233.68 1,040,655 47,262 1,124,291 468,001 975.0 217,143 86.7 41.6 48.0 36.8 42.5 1934 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie.......----. 1934 233.68 2,054,010 96,241 2,225,7 938,719 1,960,148 399,407 88.1 42.2 47.9 37.3 42.

2, 15725 297N 1:0 220Central Eastern Region:
90 7 9 52 2 8331,069 2023673 6100209 244338 73.2 24.3 33.2 38.2 52.1 1933 1933 6,401.90 15085603 1218,099 17,500,091 ,845 17,5 2,815,845 72. 24.3 33.3 37.8 51.9
q 9,623 490,157 61.6 21.9 32.3 9.9 9.0 194 Central of New Jersey-._----. .... ..... 19 4 689.89 4,012,644 676,169 4,967,29 1,013,885 3,24,696 1,164,371 65. 20.14 1.2 9, 60.0
689.89 1,971,61.2 32 9,0.o1
691.9 1,680,023 338,6 2,10i r6,130 1,1489,68 1933 691.5 :2 23 3 ,3199 3:331"5 697,230 700J :93 4 271 5U.
938.89 856,452 74,525 13,71 307,914 851,081 61 .3826 82. 3 29.8 36.2 41.9 50.9 1934 Chicago & Eastern Illinois.-_............................... 1934 938.89 1,690,648 157,084 2,057,010 613,992 1,705,522 82.9 29.8 36.0 42.2 52.9
936.89 1,754 71,2ol 98,658 2703,91 8R1,102 d 7,21 83.7 27.9 33.3 44.1 52.6 1933 1933 938.89 1,570,590 151,609 1,892,100 557.828 1,650,911 87. 29.5 33.8 45. .1
:3 :1 ::: C0:1 19 Elgin, Joliet & I14tern 1 6216 298
1446.00 604,324 7 872 279,56 68,2929 2237 87.2 37.6 43.11 142.0 48.1 1934 Elgin. Joliet & Ea.tern........... 1934 446.00 1,348,654 1,461,379 1,299,298 ..7 88.9 38.7 43.5 42.6 47.9
447.03 536,23 5A '352 216,10 538:122 109 94.7 38.0 40.2 46.1 48.7 1933 1933 447.03 1,080,200 1,150,336 (30,061 1.075,009 93.5 37.4 40.0 45.4 48.6
400.23 468,954 1,29,8 1,764,652 585857 1556,432 88.2 33.2 37.6 51.5 1 4 1934 Long Island .- --- 1934 4oo.23 961,029 2,503,780 3,642,275 1,011,294 2,943,887 169,462 80.8 27.8 34.4 49.5 61.2
399:97 95 1 1,805651 399659 1,266,349 27. 70.1 22.1 31.6 4.6 3.6 1933 1933 39997 915726 2,625478 3757298 833,025 2,634,299 577356 70.1 22.2 31.6 44.5 63.5
10,511.4 19,16,5 ,36,995 6,009,636 7363953 8,4 ,098, 7.1 8. 3 38.4 51.1 19 Pennylnia 1934 10,511.5 38868,312 9,271,091 53231414 15051313 39,666,4 8,765,763 74.5 28.3 39 37.9 50.9
10 16,02,0 3 2256278 6,280,059 17,28,948 2,6,641 77.3 28. 3 51.7 193 1933 10888.49 3331245 815772 46,398433 ,4 35,378,182 6136,0 76.2 28. 36.8 39.3 51.6
1,46. 45 ,299,7s ,759,922; r 1 ,201 3 1,60,5 67.6 214.1 35.7 37.7 55.7 1934 Reading.-... ------- ...-..... 1934 1,461.45 8,820838 5058314 9,7145.022 2,239,768 6,327,043 2,587,269 64.9 23.0 35.4 36.2 55.8
1 1: 3265 3,78 9 1,0316 2, 9,6 71.7 7. 36.9 53. 1933 Pocaontas Regin: 1933 1461.82 6,638,461 486801 7,603,332 2,172,510 5749,612 1,311692 75.6 28.6 37.8 39.8 52.6
3,121.05 a,102,?30 182,1489 8,526,7p2 2,528,061 4,85.,148 2,78?,951 56.9 29.6 :.1 22.2 3941934 Chesapeake & Ohio ---- -_---- ---- 1934 3.1. 16,233.981 374,999 17,103,279 5,105,311 9,838,069 5,469,219 57.5 29.8 51.9 22.5 39.2
3,44. 7,22, 9 153,720 726, 2,52513 4 7517 2,0,0 .6 29.5 5.4 23.6 0.41933 1933 3 .99 14,731849 350848 15,580,382 ,747827 9,302839 739989 59. 30.5 51.0 23. 39.6
2,1 9 5,579. 911: 5,889,588 43 3.8,713 1,903,763 5. 30.4 52.1 22.: J.9 % Norfolk & estern.-. 1934 2,18 ,94 10,931,719 236,844 11,5o,13 3,689,077 ,01,168 3,378,499 606 33.18.
23.57 33 5,105 1 990 2,97,22 1,599, 99 5.8 7.9 8.3 23. 7 So 1933 2:23357 9835, 704 10, 3,76 2,915872 04, 3194 58.7 28.1
,146 ,0 32 9 Atlantic Coast 1934 ,1 g.0 61,.725 1,310,939 7,89,.8 2,110,29 8 1459,554 68.1 26.7 33.7 49.4
S 2a;0 595 7 .95 239i 5 S 2. tant t 19393 ;14.8 :,22,592 1,128,050 7181 1,995,808 96 269 68.8 27.8 33.3
1,26 d 69 W.7f 1.110:; 35r4 902,643 67.03A a 1. 17 3l9 : :9 U2. lg(4 Central of Georgia.............. ............. 1934 1:926.63 1 27107 19221498 2,176,231 7133108 1,81=2,56, 1,009.05. :
1.9 1: 62.;& S773 61:8 92 3. 5 9 T5 7 193 168I385 165515 571 573 3.6 .
5,011.140 (,918,03 796 6,031,802 1,56,1485 ,3T72,891 1,, . 6 .2. 1 I Central.. ............-....- 1934 5,011.0 9931,343 1,234,124 12,106,226 3.29,1403 8,971.888 1,9,155 4.1 2.2 .6
5;01.35 4 572 562577 ,. 1. 1,89,950 ,31,077 19.130 33 1933 5014.35 9:299:803 1,12,312 11,253,072 389,130 8,95193 1,1853937.1 30.1 38.1 3 .
S 5,055,65 apa2 5,895,61 1, :5,1 ,17? 1,39,2 R.0 29.9 2.1 33.1 46. 1934 Louisville & Nashville__.-- 1934 5,0779 10,108,598 8014 ,8033 3 6 8,3790 2,779,36 71.1 29.3 41.3 3.
5 633 131 1 3 99 5,002,178 1 383 3 6 30.7 1.1 35.5 47.6 1933 1933 5,166.33 896877 715,959 1 5504 363 5 7700306 18669 75.9 31.2 3.0 .
3. 2,227,828 35.H957 3,I27,93 l ;,-3B,3" .6 S r Seaboard AirLn .0 4, 0 704 6818 2 7 1,9 33.
4,385.6 2,1407 27354,9 2,772,538 g e. 4:8.(6 5;57 1 2:M:,2 (.299

1, 67 5 73735 202,0o 3.3 3 1 196o 19 67 1:55 1038 1,28,968:

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Subject to revi.on INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION FEBRUARY,1934

U.S. DEPOfTORY 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 FEBRUARY, 1934 AND 1933 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY, 1934 AND 1933

Maintenance Transportation Maintenance Transportation
Operating revenues Operating expenses expenses, per expenses, per Operating revenues Operating expenses expenses, per expenses, per
Oper- cent of cent of Oper- cent of cent of
Average Net railway ating Average Net railway ating- -
miles of road operating ratio Region, road, and yeai miles of road operating ratio
operated income* (per Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- operated income* (per Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
FreiAllt Passener Total Total cent) ating ating ating ating Freight Passenger Total All cent) atig sting ting ting
Freight Passenger Total maintenance reve- ex- reve- ex- maintenance ree- x-
nues penses nues penses nues penses nues penes
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (i) (n) (o) (p) (q) (W) (s) (1) (u) () (w) (() (y)

Northwestern Region:
S442.50 $4.172,553 $529,056 5,351,351 Tl.733,059 $4,417,431 $168,005 82.5 32.4 39.2 42.2 51.2 1934 Chicago & North Western ... ................. 1934 8,442.50 8,678,894 $1,127,242 $11,104,294 3,481,7 11 9,027,492 588, 81.3 31. 38.6 421 51.8
8442.61 3,537,836 578,570 4,68,174 1,705,172 4,317,966 d 44928 92.7 36.6 39.5 47.1 50.8 1933 1933 8,442.61 7149.521 1.239,777 9,500,815 3.389,485 8,729,553 898. 91.9 35.7 38.8 47.1 51.2
1,518.30 973,244 29,258 1,070,439 335,661 879,407 4. 1.406 82.2 31.4 38.2 42.1 51.3 1934 Chicago Great Western ...................................... 1934 1,518.30 2,023441 64,529 2,227,933 675,172 1,799,059 a 2.108 80.8 30.3 37.5 417 51.6
1,518.75 818,346 33,183 916,280 313.962 841,726 717 91.9 34.3 37.3 47.6 51.8 1933 1933 1,518.75 1,715,966 72,837 1,926,997 635,369 1,713,399 88.9 33.o 37.1 46.0 51.7
11,201.02 5,281,125 299,933 6,208,437 1,985,247 4,973046 264,090 80.1 32.0 39.9 40.9 51.o0 1934 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific_ 1934 11,201.02 11,101,225 646,459 13,019,790 4,035,081 10,306,473 687,802 79.2 31.0 39.2 41.0 51.8
11,242.74 4:565,152 323,448 5,450,910 1,792,867 4,744,639 a 449287.0 32.9 37.8 45.6 52.4 1933 1933 11,242,74 9,400,072 689,41 11,243.676 3.680,308 9,761,672 66 86.8 327 37.7 4.2 52.1
1,663.55 926,838 84,957 1,086,261 275,728 894,698 47,531 82.4 25.4 30.8 47.8 58.0 1934 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha_ 1934 1,663.525 1.43,69 176,773 2,279,710 568,930 1,859675 136,99 1.6 25. 30.6 7.7 58.4
1,736.94 755,807 98,479 919,419 249,915 855,030 a 7.219 93.0 27.2 29.2 54.8 58.9 1933 1933 1,736.94 1,493,105 200,916 1,837,292 508,622 1,741,660 188.837 94.8 27.7 29.2 56.2 59.3
8,60.99 3,257,650 213,858 3.841,548 1148,411 3,094,552 156,300 80.6 29.9 37.1 40.8 50.7 1934 Great Northern............ __ ........................-- 1934 8,361.04 6,717,943 492,219 7,976,821 2,539,208 6,697,194 a 31.8 37.9 42.3 50.3
8,"53.88 2,533,813 237,547 3,128,110 1,182,374 3,115,070 6 9 99.6 37.8 38.0 50. 50.8 1933 1933 8,455.89 5,459,602 492,358 6709,791 2,513,043 6,482,222 1.156.9Q0 96.6 37.5 38.8 48.4 50.1
4,304.40 1,354,993 57,959 1,543,795 562,814 1,421,082 a .6362 92.1 36.5 39.6 45.1 49.0 19:34 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 193 30.0 2, 617 1 9 2 4 32,61 61 51 7
4:337.12 1,073,930 65:4Z47 1,252:837 54'95587 1,424,535 a 442:00 113.7 43.9 38.6 56.5 49.7 1933 1933 4,337.12 2,268,334 13.03 1,646,407 1,123,681 2,91 6 ,, 310.
6,745.71 2,764,596 191,876 3,265,880 1,054,105 2,886.638 133,642 88.4 32.3 36.5 43.0 48.6 1934 Northern Pacific..........-. ..... .. ..... 1934 6,745.71 5,6038 41,193 6,668,408 2,141313 6,oo4,383 263,034 90. 3.1357 44.7 49
6,735.55 2,040,536 183.385 2,498,068 1,213.851 3,002,962 a 768.629 120.2 48.6 40.4 54.2 45.1 1933 1933 6,735.55 4,400,405 391,579 5.370,172 2,394,768 6,058,452 1.2. 112.8 44.6 39.5 51.8 45.9
2,295.49 953,371 66,562 1,157,748 321,199 850,778 80,469 73.5 27.7 37.8 34.6 47.0 1934 Oregon-Washington R. R. & Navigation Co.- 1934 2,295.49 1,961,o87 141,008 2,347,436 777,185 1,906,516 28O371 81.2 33.1 40.8 36.6 45.1
2,316.01 607,130 64,831 757,578 244,557 779:692 a 251.973 102.9 32.3 31.4 53.1 51.6 1933 1933 2,316.01 1,228,968 135450 1,548,1o7 512,537 1,621,750 104.8 33.1 31.6 53.8 51.4
Central Western Region:
0.5 641,360 117,32 894,916 230,316 714,048 a 2.4 79.8 25.7 323 43.4 54.4 1934 Alton......................................... 1934 90.53 1327601 2 275 1849,744 440020 1,472, 2.064 79.6 2.8 29. 44.0 55.2
796961 9 1 0 695,678.6 20.9 28.0 2 9.2 1933 975 1,67,633 403645
9.4 696107 128254 931969 94470 695678 74.6 28.0 44.2 59.2 1933 1933 979.09 1,372,022 274,475 1,867,633 3,645 1474,562 a 79. 2.6 27. 4.2 57.2
9,551.34 5,600,025 781,654 7,055,222 2,634,73 5,914,100 446.359 83.8 37.3 44.5 37.3 44.5 1934 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe .-..... 1934 9,551.34 11,370,261 1,688,087 14,433,00 5444,558 12,306,297 687,667 85.3 37.7 44.2 38.3 44.9
9,738.00 4,918,053 794,109 6,311,953 2,613,742 5,950.309 462. 94.3 41.4 43.9 419 44.5 1933 1933 9,738.00 10,260,198 1,726,744 13,255,297 5,289,717 12,185,229 a 91.9 39.9 43.4 41.7 45.3
9,182.12 4,746,927 393,273 5,797,894 1,441,896 4,106,858 814,042 70.8 24.9 35-1 37.3 52.7 1934 Chicago, Burlington & quincy.... 1934 9,182.89 9,837,085 855,495 12,012,040 2,994,355 8,549,133 1,723,205 71.2 24.9 35.0 37.7 53.O
9,248.40 4,040,408 402,106 5,024,039 1,277,802 3,911,231 181,116 77.9 25.4 32.7 42.6 54.7 1933 1933 9,248.41 8,186,401 871,795 10,269,191 2,680,899 8,101,120 301,957 78.9 26.1 33.1 42.8 54.3
7,612.51 3,790,809 389,860 4,665,432 1,511,879 3,983,959 a 6.481 85.4 32.4 37.9 42.4 49.6 1934 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ........- 1934 7,611.31 7,867,992 819,700 9,698,658 3,061,201 8,171,330 153,779 84.3 31.6 375 423 50.2
7,611.32 3,440,506 387,044 4,249,211 1,375,273 3,883,150 a 391.277 91.4 32.4 35.4 47.3 51.7 1933 1933 7,611.32 7,220,904 819,751 8,929,376 2,861,536 7,983,612 a g.87 89.4 32.0 35.8 46.1 51.5
2,469.10 1,068,22 43,568 1,177,792 448,720 963,238 80,525 81.8 38.1 46.6 33.9 41.5 1934 Denver & Rio Grande Western ..................... 193 2,469.10 2,395,913 98,994 2,636,331 870,440 1,961,028 386,292 74.4 3.0 44.4 32.4 43.5
2,513.89 941,651 44,713 1,048,653 417,809 936,509 a 19,091 89.3 39.8 44.6 38.1 42.7 1933 1933 2,513.89 1,997,581 99,660 2,229,788 789,398 1,864,387 110,406 83.6 35.4 42.3 37.2 44.*
1,241.20 958,155 68,598 1,116,080 297,903 764,274 123,965 68.5 26.7 39.0 31.6 46.1 1934 Los Angeles & Salt Lake....-.......-............-...... 194 1,241.20 1,997,853 153,368 2,333,038 682,550 1,662,100 197,114 71.2 29.3 41.1 31.8 44.6
1,249.49 795,864 75,902 943,923 262,023 725,547 23.438 76.9 27.8 36.1 36.6 47.6 1933 1933 1,249.49 1,699,863 181,795 2,041,559 570,242 1,542,554 23,060 75.6 27.9 37.0 35.6 47.1
2,504.17 1,217,024 65,264 1,453,508 351,823 1,003,652 165,964 69.1 24.2 35.1 31.9 46.1 1934 Oregon Short Line --...........--- .-.-..-- -- 1934 2,504.17 2,660,889 143,864 3.126,166 779,534 2,167,972 346,731 69.3 24.9 36.0 32.6 47.0
2,504.17 1,073,082 90,157 1,267,470 354,268 1,012,003 d 4 52.931 79.8 28.0 35.0 40.9 51.2 1933 1933 2,504.17 2,229,787 185,454 2,658,059 694,995 2,060,920 o 34.419 77.5 26.1 33.7 39.5 50.9
8,905.15 5,827,341. 1,109,378 7,667,119 2,568,745 6,430,564 114,162 83.9 33.5 39.9 38.2 45.5 1934 Southern Pacific Company a .......................... 1934 8,920.69 11,969,461 2,285,469 15,735,910 5.270,186 13,346,224 127,616 84.8 33.5 39.5 3.2 463
9,101.94 4,592,341 1,143,531 6,319,816 2,180,099 5,930,609 a 822.644 93.8 34.5 36.8 44,3 47.2 1933 1933 9,101.89 9,460,024 2,410,591 13,163,024 4,532,989 12,416,54o 1.696.061 94.3 34.4 36.5 :*8 475
3,767.84 3,623,443 275,856 4,337,677 1,04321,107 3,2589,636 492,993 75.1 33.0 43.9 32.5 43.3 1934 Union Pacific................................................... 1934 3,767.84 7,887,932 596,497 9,316,636 2,918,359 6,757,125 1,283,001 72.5 31.3 43.2 32.1 44.
3,766.92 2,812,96 281,047 3,469,549 1,082,876 2,809,563 248,843 81.0 31.2 38.5 37.9 46.9 1933Southwestern Region: 1933 3,767.33 5,960,535 636,156 7,358,278 2,251,339 5,89,65 648,796 79.5 30.6 38.5 37.2 46.
1,918.15 718,46 33,116 818,767 380,696 843,249 a 194.70 103. 465 5.1 42.1 40.8 1934 Gulf Colorado & Santa Fo .................. 1934 1,918.15 1,500819 76,674 1,716,482 782,453 1,728,799 a 4.93 1007 456 45.3 418 41.5
1,955.10 766,848 34,118 854,180 420,344 886,816 22 103.8 49.2 4.4 41.6 40.0 1933 1933 1,955.10 1,702,056 81,085 1,900066 811,910 1,782,908 a 22292 93.8 42.7 45.5 39.5 42.1
3,293.93 1,615,263 136,584 1,953,838 638,705 1,600,559 2.766 81.9 32.7 39.9 36.4 44.4 1934 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ....... 1934 3293.93 3383342 289,607 4,085,322 1,285,346 3,322,992 34248 81.3 31.5 387 37.0 45.5
3,293.93 1,318,022 133,429 1,628,893 524,207 1,459,969 a 175.1Q3 89.6 32.2 35.9 42.o 46.8 1933 1933 3,293.93 2,786,684 306,230 3,466.701 1 089,153 3,o56,373 d 30637 88.2 31.4 35.6 41.7 47.3
77383.4 ,850,6.00 11,211,263 3,50,880 8,618,952 1,1 28 76.9 31.5 1.0'36.07 4. 8
7,361.4 4752,307 272,804 ,501,145 1,758,840 4,213,039 559,079 76.6 32.0 41.7 36.0 47.1 1934 Missouri Pacific................................................. ..... 193 7361. 9,668,297 580,526 ,211,263 530,880 8,618,952 1,116,283 76.9 31.5 41. 36.7 47.
7,412.45 3,993,02 281,235 4,705,021 1,414,289 3,807,199 181,611 80.9 30.1 37.1 40.9 50.6 1933 1933 7412.45 8,23,o7 06,438 9,728 2 885oo 7,827183 502709 80.5 297 36.9 41. 0
5,236.86 2,652,425 166,643 3,077,243 1,110,048 2,458,373 298,834 79.9 6.1 45.2 36,1 45.2 19J4 St. Louis-San Francisco............. ...... 1934 5,236.86 5,58 .759 3r8, 72 6,473,090 2,334,322 .130,296 707,118 79.3 36.1 45.5
5,266.66 2,360,443 175,202 2,763,090 1,177,414 2,43,075 887.7 8.1 .6 48.4 37.4 42.5 1933 1933 5:26666 468 501 373.80 5,714083' 2 72809 959 872 1.5 4.6
1,884.92 1,032,186 13,921 1,100,597 283,954 791,840 100,570 71.9 25.8 35.9 34.1 47.3 1934 St. Louis Southwestern Lines........................... 1934. 1,884.92 2,053,384 29,136 2,192,389 567,290 1,609,654 184,210 73.4 25.9 35.2 35 48.3
1,914.94 815,125 11,180 870,103 265,386 733,334 46. 843 30.5 36.2 37.8 44.8 1933 1933 1,914.94 1,746,380 29,245 1,864,441 518,948 1,507,068 6,985 80.8 27.8 34.4 37.3 46.1
4,478.22 1,883,485 182,174 2,344,548 912,106 2,032,582 2. 86.7 38.9 44.9 4.1 39.3 1934 Texas & New Orleans............... ................... 1934 4,478.22 3,815,117 359,193 4,758,729 1,835,675 4,169,020 a 260.72 87.6 38.6 44. 35.4 40.
4,582.11 1,550,991 190,71 1,963,988 797,486 1,942,781 d 43L699 98.9 40.6 41.0 40.7 41.2 1933 1933 4,582.11 3,321,098 386,466 4,188,869 1,641,407 4,oo3,oo9 6695.6 39.2 41.0 399 41.7
1,950.12 1,307,710 130,910 1,623,605 466,716 1,13,79 265,382 0.1 28. 41.0 0.2 4.1 1934 Texas & Pacific. .. 1934 1,950.12 2,671,832 272,295 327158 923,300 2,312,587 591,045 69.5 27.8 39.9 30.7 44.1
1,950.11 1,111,615 136,795 1,413,115 431,930 1,97,3 113525 77.7306 39.4 34.3 .2 19331933 1950.11 2312,102 287,248 2,951,o33 902684 2,267,311 262542 76.8 30.6 39.8 33.9 44.2
"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income," modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent." Iz2Zz-O u.s. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE :13
a/Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
d/Defiolt.
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