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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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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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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UNIVERSI;Y OF FLORIDA


: 31262 08730 9182

Subject to revision .. INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION statem.. N.. M.1O
APRIL, 1934
U.S. DEPO'iTORY 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 APRIL, 1934 AND 1933 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL, 1934 AND 1933
Maintenance Transportation Maintenanoe Transportation
Operating revenues Operating expenses Nt Oer ex se, expenes, Operating revenues Operating expenses et Oper- expenee expenes
Avei e railway ating of Pe ornt ofRegion, road, and year i rles railway sting per ont of per cent of
of ra Eupeoper- ratio prufope- ratio
of road Tquipent o ting- g teo Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road EquientAll ing (per Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
operated Freight Total Depre- etire- n- Total) ng ang ating atng operated Freight nr Totl Depre- Retire- Total incoe cent) ing ting ting tin
enger pr ete ee x- reve- -rave- ax- re-e- ex-
ciation ent enance nues penses nue pensee olation meonte nue penses nues pensea
(a) (b) (o) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (a) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (e) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (s) (as) (bb) (oo)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items In thousands of dollars)
201,181 $189,261 $25,314 $236,577 %/313,985 A/$370 %75,400 $178,240 $29,213 75.3 31.9 42.3 35.5 47.1 1934Total Roads listed herein .... .............. 1934 201359 763,757 99,994 947,893 /55,909 t,284 287,120 706,733 129,342 74.6 40.6 36.3 4.7
203,176 1589,717 21,592 200,218 / 13,392 1/ 938 61,687 154,446 17,116 77.1 30.8 39.9 37.4 4. 4 19 1933 1933 203.256 621,003 89,273 785,655 ,/ 53,398 / 3,755 243,571 626,198 47,403 79.7 31.0 3.9 39.4 49.4
New England Region:
2,044 2,488 502 3,490 134 1,101 2,724 371 78.0 31.6 40.4 39.9 51.2 1934 Boston & Maine 1934 2,o63 10,128 2,305 14,460 536 4,499 11,48 1,638 78.5 31.1 39.7 40.9 52.1
2,081 2,179 483 3,156 137 859 2.352 425 74.5 27.2 36.5 40.1 53.8 1933 1933 2,081 8,386 2,105 12,479 554 3,572 9,750 1,379 78.1 28.6 36.6 41.9 53.6
2,068 3,412 1,698 5,816 327 4 1,579 4,229 687 72.7 27.1 37.3 38.1 52.4 1934 Now York, New Haven & Hartford ...............1934 2,068 13,56 7,225 23,916 1,310 38 6,837 17,846 2,449 74.6 28.6 30.3 388 52.0
2,072 2,768 1,599 5,029 332 3 1.468 3,796 342 75.5 29.2 38.7 30.0 50.4 1933 1933 2,071 11,059 6,576 20,226 1,328 11 5,816 15,680 1,097 77.5 28.8 37.1 40.3 52.0
Great Lakes Region:
849 1,86 77 2,047 7 14 812 1,750 247 85.5 39.7 46.4 369 43.1 1934 Delaware & Hudson........................................... 1934 849 7,757 363 8,499 308 5 3,240 7,234 1,59 85.1 38.1 44.8 .3 45.0
855 1,266 69 1,436 77 8 727 1,607 241 111.9 50.6 45.2 48.3 43.1 1933 1933 855 5,572 319 6,286 307 29 3,044 6,750 107.4 48.4 45.1 47.3 .
992 2 892 517 3,875 213 l_ 21 1,010 2,919 581 75.3 26.1 34.6 42.0 55.7 1934 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western...... .....1934 994 11,327 2,104 15,202 045 d __ 4,027 11,960 1,766 78.7 26.5 33.7 44.7 56.8
998 2,189 499 3,170 216 a--1 979 2,723 2 85.9 30.9 36.o 46.3 53.8 1933 1933 998 9,185 2,025 13,064 866 l 4,013 11,367 L 87. 30.7 35.3 47.5 54.6
2,315 5,269 395 6,151 378 6 1,887 4,500 929 73.2 30.7 41.9 35.2 44.2 1934 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) ................. 1934 2,315 21,570 1,613 25,012 1,534 6 6,895 17,643 4,809 70.5 27.6 39.1 35.9 50.9
2,316 4,291 412 5,147 397 20 1,664 4:032 446 78.3 32.3 41.3 37.9 48.4 1933 1933 2,316 17,325 1,677 20,730 1,597 30 6,481 16,172 1,887 78.0 31.3 1 38.5 49.4
1,007 1,476 56 1,662 77 513 1,272 163 76.6 30.9 40.3 38.6 50.4 1934 Grand Trunk Western 1934 1,008 5,643 215 6,30 309 1,946 4,973 526 78.8 30. 39.1 40.8 51.7
1,003 1,020 37 1,133 82 10 4809 1,119 l 5 98.8 43.1 43.7 45.8 46.3 1933 1933 1,003 4,068 175 4.577 327 17 1,712 4,307 352 94.1 37. 39.7 46.9 49.8
1,354 2,902 186 3,330 191 1 880 2,516 413 75.6 26.4 35.0 41.8 55.3 1934 Lehigh Valley ....... 194 1354 12,387 774 14,111 769 AL... 2 3,05 10,147 2,573 71.9 21.9 30.4 43.0 59.
1,360 2,252 187 2,680 20? 929 2,449 91.4 34.7 37.9 47.5 52.0 1933 1933 1,361 9,681 694 11,329 828 9 3,383 9,581 258 84.6 29.9 35.3 46.1 54.5
1,, 2 197 4: 6 1 25 :h.
11,414 17,724 4,116 24,941 1,266 8 7,639 18,391 2,57 73.7 30.6 41.5 35. 48.5 1934 New York Centralb 1934 11,414 71,914 16,823 100,4714 5,06 24 30,002 74,64 10,798 74.3 29.9 40.2 37.1 49.9
11,441 13,969 3,551 20,404 526 694 5,892 15,380 1,471 75.4 28.9 38.3 38.4 50.9 1933 1933 11.441 56,784 14,874 82,593 2,106 2,776 23,986 63,367 5,007 76.7 29.0 37.9 39.3 51.2
1,691 2,658 57 2,007 111 691 1,845 549 65.7 24.6 37.4 34.0 51.7 1934 New York, Chicago & St. Louis........ ...1934 1,691 10,902 211 11,496 449 3 2,591 7,366 2,424 64.1 22.5 35.2 33.9 53.0
1:691 2,076 48 2,202 124 553 1,549 276 70.3 25.1 35.7 36.1 51.3 1933 1933 1,691 8,233 196 8,748 495 1 2,266 6,390 767 73.0 25.9 35.5 37.5 51.4
2,241 2,066 48 2,229 186 706 1,696 305 76.1 31.7 41.6 37.7 49.5 1934 Pere Marquette .. ..19314 2,247 8,295 201 8,925 758 1 2,685 6,60 1,40 74. 40.7 37.3 50.3
2,321 1,444 34 1,574 193 637 1,435 __.51 91.2 40.5 44.4 41,4 45.4 1933 1933 2321 6,018 158 6,515 772 2,508 5,825 L .2 89.4 3 43.1
234 1,119 46 1,207 195 517 1,050 216 87.0 42.9 49.3 36.4 41.9 1934 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie. 1934 234 4,525 195 4,879 782 .....1 1,987 4,118 976 84.4 40.7 48.3 35.9 42.6
231 825 40 895 189 3 387 821 105 91.7 43.2 47.1 38.9 42.4 1933 1933 234 3,208 165 3,492 755 3 1,576 3,275 349 93.8 45.1 48.1 39.3 41.9
2,57 2,963 151 .3 17 2 948 2, 74 449 71.3 28.5 39.9 35.3 49.5 1934 Wabash .. 1934 2,457 11,375 593 12,794 589 7 3,420 9,279 1,589 72.5 26.7 36.9 37.7 52.0
S 231 127 2 14 803 2,71 82. 30.6 7.0 51.21933Central Eastern Regon: 193 2, 9,273 576 10,629 592 29 3295 9,063 55 5.3 31.0 36.4 44.0 1.6
6 384 9"266 840 10,881 631 25 3.749 8,577 1,156 78.7 34.5 43.7 35.3 44.0 1934 Baltimore & Ohio .. ...1934 6,34 38,945 3,072 44,867 2,537 32 14,568 34,563 6,317 77.0 32.5 42.1 35. 46.5
6,404 7,826 635 9,129 333 5 2,406 6,635 1,479 72.7 26.4 36.3 36.2 49.8 1933 1933 6,402 30,236 2,428 35,145 1:327 23 8:872 25,866 5,291 73.6 25.2 343 37.7 51.3
690 1, 32 328 2,313 154 25 654 1,737 116 75.1 28.3 37.6 40.7 54.2 1934 Central of New Jersey ...................... 19314 690 8,073 1,336 10,001 617 91 2,287 6,827 1,89 68.3 22. 3.5 39.7 5.1
692 1,508 323 1:985 63 7 578 1,550 77 78.1 29.1 37.3 41.7 53.4 1933 1933 692 6,629 1,329 8,526 273 330 2,179 6,234 1,127 73.1 25.6 35.0 40.8 55.7
939 74 7 936 34 2 267 788 __ 4.2 28.6 33.9 43.8 52.0 1934 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ................................ 1934 939 3,416 314 4,179 137 17 1,197 3,355 42 .3 2.6 35.7 414 51.5
939 674 68 832 34 4 235 739 M22 88.80 28.2 31.8 47.3 53.2 1933 1933 939 2,980 281 3,614 138 5 1,042 3,163 A 381 87.5 28.8 32.9 46.2 52.8
446 919 1,011 / 320 725 169 71.6 31.6 44.1 34. 4.6 1934 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ...................................... 1934 446 3,254 3,546 / 1,192 2,755 303 77.7 33.6 43.3 37.9 48.8
446 588 628 / &/ 208 508 L Ig 80.9 33.2 41.0 39.9 49.3 1933 1933 447 2,199 2,339 &53 2,104 89.9 36.5 40.6 43.8 48.7
400 47 1,329 1,896 80 1 461 1,414 134 74.6 24.3 32.6 46.7 62.7 1934 Long Island 19314 400 2,047 5,110 7,530 321 1 1,996 5,893 474 78.3 26.5 33.9 48.3 61.7
400 4 1270 1,796 80 414 1,300 149 72.4 231 31.9 45.6 63.1 1933 1933 400 1,854 5,038 7,305 317 4 1,659 5.286 831 72.4 22.7 31.4 46.1 63.7
10,511 20 962 5,042 2,916 1,722 36 509 20,76 4,959 71.9 29.4 40.9 4.9 48.6 1934 Pennsylvania .......... 1934 10,511 3,889 19,064 113,937 6743 184 33,297 3,500 19,69 7.3 29.2 39.9 36. 49.6
10,86 16:674 4,184 23:,476 1,794 5 6,422 16,831 3,622 71.7 27.4 38.2 36.0 50.3 1933 1933 10,888 66,506 16,168 92,815 6,937 73 26,114 69,704 12.,502 75.1 28.1 37.5 3.5 51.2
1,461 3,858 247 4,35 25 4 11,10 3,o09 963 71.6 2 3.5 .6 52.6193 Re 19ng ................................ 1934 1,461 17,693 1,025 19,591 1,033 17 4,663 12,790 5,255 65.3 2.8 36.5 35. 54.
1,462 1:977 227 3453 269 3 844 2496 72.3 2 3 40.4 56.0 933Pocahontas Region: 1933 1,462 12,983 939 14:910 1,086 6 3,9 11,003 2,24 73. 2.7 36.2 39.9 54.1
,121 8,279 267 8,856 569 22 2,624 5,008 2,839 56.6 29.6 52.4 21.9 3.7 1934 Chesapeake & Ohio 1934 3,121 34,144 868 36,106 2,270 70 10,626 20,326 12,114 56.3 29.4 52.3 21.9 38.9
3,145 6,869 181 7,330 588 f 2,115 4,273 2,123 58.3 28.9 495 23.5 40.3 1933 1933 3,145 28,287 695 30,023 2,352 20 8,949 17,9314 ,795 59.7 29.8 49.9 24.0 40.2
2,186 5.667 151 6,016 346 52 1,950 3,613 1,902 60.1 32.4 54.0 22.3 37.1 1934 Norfolk & Western ............................................... 194 2,186 22,942 6 24,232 1,9 184 7,682 14,441 7,578 9.6 31.7 53.2 22.6 .0
2:219 3,979 101 4,252 351 1 1,4 2,959 782 69.6 34.9 50.1 26.9 38.6 193Southern Region: 1933 2,230 17,52 401 18,926 1,403 17 5,902 12,098 4,710 69 31.2 .8 25.6 40.1
2,1 2,871 602 3,892 175 1 1,123 2,693 506 69.2 28.9 41.7 33.3 48.1 1934 Atlantic Coast Line 1934 5,145 11,937 2.693 16,521 705 1 4,366 10,94o 3,126 66.2 26.4 39.9 32.6 49.2
51 352 36 836 188 972 2,52 671 639 253 39.7 31.5 49.3 1933 193 5.144 11,367 2,191 15,05 752 3 4,004 9,99 2,42 66.4 26.6 .1 2.5 48.9
1,927 896 99 1,149 65 420 992 45 86.3 36.6 42.14 3.7 44.8 1934 Central of Georgia ............ .... .............. 194 1,927 3,6~ 401 4,614 261 3 1,56 3,832 2 83.1 33.7 40.6 38.7 46.6
1,945 804 73 992 66 338 859 22 86.6 34.0 39.3 40.2 46.5 1933 1933 1,945 2,867 323 3,627 264 1,229 3,272 l z 90.2 33.9 37.5 43.1 47.7
5,011 5,056 595 6,466 554 6 1,708 4,610 1,207 71.3 26.4 37.0 36.6 51.3 1934 Illinois Central ......194 5,011 20,770 2,457 25,534 2,212 33 6,800 18,484 4,557 72.4 26.6 36.8 37.6 52.
5,014 4,422 498 5,615 558 5 1,374 3,841 1,147 68.4 24.5 35.8 37.6 54.9 1933 1933 5,014 18,052 2,126 22,138 2,232 27 6,177 16,691 3.028 75.4 27.9 37.0 39.5 52.3
5,069 4,71 4 5634 43 __1 1,991 4,442 854 7.8 35.3 44. 35.2 4. 1934 Louisville & Nashville.................................. 1934 5,072 20,410 1,67 2,941 1,374 25 7,405 17,440 5, 72.8 30.9 42. 39 465
5,170 3:824 301 4,552 359 13 1:687 3,975 106 7.3 37.1 42.4 399 45 1933 1933 .5167 16400 1314 19,258 1,439 3 6514 15617 .1 3. 4
4,309 2,681 23] 3,280 143 1 1,139 2,488 391 75.9 34.7 45.8 32.3 42.5 1934 Seaboard Air Line ..... .......... ..........1934 4,310 10,544 1,285 13,273 570 14 4,474 10,004 1,601 75.4 33.7 44.7 32.5 4
4:,86 2,587 167 3,051 142 912 2,194 501 71.9 29.9 41.6 32.6 45.4 1933 1933 4,386 9,631 924 11,663 566 6 3,878 9,079 1,100 77.8 33.3 42.7 34.6
664 5,475 666 6,772 247 12 2,062 4,44 1,268 71.5 30. 42.6 34.8 4.7 1934 Southern .................................... ....... 1934 6,645 22,4oo00 2,499 27,269 992 48 8,190 19,3 5,250 71.1 .0 42.3 34.9 49.2
6654 5,169 516 6,206 248 17 1,824 4,445 1,102 71.6 29.4 41.0 35.3 49.3 1933 1933 6,654 19,390 2,042 23,419 1,002 64 7,266 17,631 3,227 75.3 31.0 41.2 37.2 49.4
1,636 689 56 831 45 dl 1 205 686 L..55 82.5 24.7 29.9 48.0 58.1 19354 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ................ 1934 1,647 3,078 212 3,5'7 186 3 817 2,715 46 75.7 22.0 30.1 44.6 59.0
1,659 677 49 805 49 2 161 564 2 70.1 20.0 28.5 44.3 63,3 1933 1933 1,659 2,848 193 3,300 194 10 738 2,462 a 74. 22.3 30.0 45.1 60.6

'Bet railway operating income" is derived from 'ailway operating income,' modified by debits and oredits arising from Equipment rents' and "Joint facility rent.'
Data for Elgin, Jollet and Zastera not available.
Inoludes Boston & Albany, Miohigan Central, and Big Four Lines, lessors to New York Central.
Deficit or other reverse items.









Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION APRIL, 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 APRIL, 1934 AND 1933 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL, 1934 AND 1933
Maintenanoo Transportation Maintenance Transportation
Operating revenu* Operating expenses met per- expenses, expenses, Operating revenues Operating expenses expenses expenses
Ar railway ating per cent of per aent of Region, road, and year ragerailway ngr t of per
of road quipent oper- ratio Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Equipment oper- ratio pe
oe TasRi-e All ating (per ating ating ating ating operated Allatng (pe
operated Feight Totl Depe- R e- Total inoo aright eger Total Depre- Retire- ral- Total innoo ) ng sting ating anex-
lattmon ments teane nues penses nues penses lation Ban t enano pen nu penses
(a) (b) (a) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (J) (k) (1) (a) (m) (o) (p) (q) (r) (e) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa) (bb) (co)
(Money Items In thousands of dollarse) (Money Items In thousands of dollars)
Northwestern Region:
8 443 593 585 5,825 373 2 2,286 5,098 19 87.5 39.2 44.8 40.7 46.5 194 hicago & North Western .................................. 193 8,443 1,187 $2,278 23,14 1,491 $13 7,730 19,031 1,183 2.3 33.4 40.6 41.2 .1
443 ,930 54 5,99 370 5 1975 566 895 38.7 3.3 2.2193 443 14805 2322 19, 1,483 7,202 17852 91.8 37. 48 .9
1518 1,067 41 1,181 42 323 885 52 75.0 27.4 36.5 39. 52 19 4 Chicago Great Western ... ......... ... 19 4 1,1 4,2 12944 4,681 174 1,262 3.637 o 214.7 29.10 37.4 51.96
1,519 945 29 1,50 46 301 825 a 29 78.6 28.7 36.5 0. 52 1933 1933 1,519 3:52 129 3943 183 1 1261 3393 32. 37.2 44. 51.5
11 166 5,540 355 6,581 543 34 2,200 5,279 322 80.2 33.4 41.7 39.8 49.7 1934 Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific- 1934 11,183 22,895 1,348 26, 17 2,173 17 8,424 21,063 1,873 78.3 31.3 40.0 40.0 51.1
11 243 5,471 316 6,:26 48 1:943 :,840 500 75.3 30.2 4050.7.8 5. 1933 193 11,24 19,780 1,288 23,470 2,193 44 7,560 19,517 a 3 83.2 32.2 38.7 412.6 51.3
1 664 9 93 1,13 47 353 976 14 85.8 310 361 7 3 14 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha._ 1934 1,664 3,927 366 4,630 188 1,210 3,797 248 2.0 26.1 31.9 46.9 57.2
1:737 823 995 ,8 30 d a LM 89.2 30.4 34.1 .7 .6 1 3 1933 1,737 3,055 373 3,735 191 1,067 3,509 94.0 28.6 30.4 54.5 58.0
61 3994 262 4661 29 18 1,406 3422 553 73.4 30.2 41.1 34.3 46.7 1934 Great Northern................ -. - 1934 8,61 14,783 1,010 1,421 1,186 26 ,240 1 52 1,11 77.8 30.1 38.7.5 49.
8452 3,407 196 3:962 397 1,195 3,040 178 76.7 30.2 39.3 37.1 48.4 1933 1933 8,454 12,0 868 14,451 1,562 868 1298 87.9 33.7 38.3 50.
4,304 1,641 74 1,860 121 a 634 1,537 59 82.7 34.1 41.2 39.4 47.7 1934 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie_ 1934 4,304 ,813 274 6,637 484 2,380 6,000 400 90.4 35.9 39.7 44.5 49.2
4:337 1.522 1,731 135 567 1, 25 126 82.3 32.7 39.8 39.7 48. 1933 1933 4,337 4,991 261 5,769 546 9 2,286 5,828 a 10 101.0 39.6 39.2 49.7 49.2
6 746 3,257 234 3,836 235 8 1,4 3377 280 88.1 37.4 42.5 38.8 44.1 1934 Northern Pacific.. ......... 1934 6,746 12,280 847 14,5 23 4,742 12501 1,318 85. 32.6 7.9 40.9 47.
6736 2,87 168 3,372 362 9 1:23 3448 102.347.1 41.0 40.1 1933 1933 6,736 9,824 720 1147 1,9 5,415 12,728 46.1 .5 47.2 43
229 917 102 1,147 399 953 83.1 34.8 41. 4 14 Oregon-Washington R. R. & Navigation Co.- 1934 2,295 3,966 322 4,88 185 1,524 3.779 88 78.9 31.8 40.3 359 .4
2:318 8 57 990 4 30 89.5 34.3 38. 4 193 Central Western Region: 1933 2,316 2,763 242 3, 12 1 1,103 3,287 96.3 323 33 0 9.8
:715 12 986 15 2 335 846 a 6 85.8 34.0 39.7 42.o 48.9 1934 Alton .....-....................... ............. .. ..... 1934 951 2,784 484 3,874 58 a 2 1,046 3,11 80.5 27.0 33.5 43.0 53.4
9 75N 1s 1,012 15 279 77, 76.0 27.6 36.3 39.8 52.4 1933 1933 979 2,893 505 3,901 58 898 2,984 96 76.5 23. 30.1 42.8 55.9
9 6925 783 8,461 790 13 3358 6,907 969 81.6 39.7 48.6 33.9 41.6 194 Atchison, Topeka & Santa F................. 1934 9548 25,332 3,287 31,569 3,171 41 11,968 26,003 2,809 82.4 37.9 46. 36.0 4.8
9735 6,030 702 7,451 811 12 2:949 6,360 370 85.4 39.6 46.4 36.5 42.7 1933 1933 9,736 21,755 3,155 27.550 3,283 31 11,128 24,900 90.4 40.4 44.7 40.0 44.3
9,182 4948 411 6,026 268 2 2,024 4,818 344 80.0 33.6 42.0 37.4 46.8 194 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy - ......... 1934 9,182 20,369 1,681 24,716 1,065 2 6583 17,859 3,404 72.3 266 369 37.1 51.4
9,248 4428 371 5:465 275 1:485 4,100 349 75.0 27.2 36.2 38.4 51.1 1933 1933 9,248 16,809 1,600 20,901 1104 19 5:537 16,235 821 77.7 26.5 34.1 41.4 53.3
613 3.99 434 4,920 375 9 1,777 4,348 8.4 36.1 40.9 41.9 47.4 1934 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ..-.......... 1934 7,612 16,182 1,672 19,925 1,502 145 6,575 16,955 232 85.1 33.0 38.8 41.9 49.2
7:6 3,881 370 4:715 379 15 1,339 3.659 305 77.6 28.4 36.6 39.9 51.5 1933 1933 7,611 14,642 1,535 17,987 1,518 42 5577 15493 2 86.1 31.o 6. 44.4 51.6
2 469 1148 60 1,288 85 1 536 1,13 857 41.6 48.6 34.1 9. 1934 Denver & Rio Grande Western -............... 1934 2,46 4,809 217 ,331 340 14 1,886 4,111 641 77.1 35. 45.9 327 42.4
2:524 964 45 1,092 85 90 83.1 385 463 33 o.7 1933 1933 2:514 3,903 187 .379 340o 1,628 3,691 170 4 441 36.1 42.9
1,241 1,120 122 1,34 49 8 352 848 261 63.1 26.1 41.4 27.5 43.6 1934 Los Angeles & Salt Lake ........ .............. 1934 1,241 4,256 387 5,030 207 8 1,375 3348 725 66.6 27.3 41.1 29.6 44.5
1,249 861 87 1,038 57 325 770 35 74.2 31.3 42.2 31.0 41.8 1933 1933 1,249 3,432 350 4098 241 1,191 3067 93 74.8 29.1 38.9 33.9 45.3
2,504 1,333 92 1,527 77 13 488 1,110 116 72.7 32.0 44.0 31.6 43.5 1934 Oregon Short Line....................... .. 1934 2504 5432 317 6285 315 12 1,692 4,335 736 69. 26.9 39. 31.9 46.2
2504 1,251 70 1,430 84 398 998 107 69.8 27.8 39.9 32.5 46.6 1933 1933 2,504 4,706 321 5,509 341 1,429 4,042 186 73.4 25.9 35.3 36.4 49.6
8,875 6,612 1,308 8,898 498 27 2,577 6,842 915 76.9 29.0 37.7 36.8 47. 1934 Southern Pacific Company a ................. 1934 8,903 25,51 4,829 33,734 1,991 60 10,461 27,059 2,099 80.2 31.0 38.7 37.7 47.0
9,090 5:473 1,091 7,273 525 1 2,189 6,101 dL 0 83.9 30.1 35.9 40.3 48.0 1933 1933 9,098 20,1i 4:534 27,296 2,094 8,833 24,575 46 90.0 32.4 35.9 43.2 48.0
68 4,290 3 ,099 35 11 1750 3732 655 73.2 34.3 46.9 30.0 41.1 1934 Union Pacific......... - ......................... 194 3,768 16,626 1,337 19,694 1,407 39 6,48 14,309 2,745 72.7 32.9 45.3 30.9 42.
3,68 3,619 304 4337 3 1 1,261 3,059 783 70.5 29. 41.2 31.5 44.7 1 3outhwestern Region: 1933 3,768 12,875 1,212 15,666 1,417 6 465 11,792 2,058 75.3 29.7 39.5 34.8 46.2
1,18 802 43 91 94 2 556 1,035 112.8 60.6 537 40.4 35. 1934 Gulf. Colorado & Santa Fe............................... 194 1,918 3 ,097 161 3 553 3 6 1,767 3,670 103.3 49.7 48.1 41. 39.7
1,955 796 30 903 109 428 94 101.3 47.4 46.8 41.3 40.8 1933 1913 1,955 3:240 138 3,638 426 1 1.714 3,6798 d W5. 47.1 46.6 41.4 41.0
:3,294 1,878 149 2,258 81 64 1,690 217 4. 28.7 38.4 34.7 46.4 194 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ................ 1934 3,294 6,980 586 ,460 323 2,668 6,794 224 80.3 31.5 39.3 36.5 45.4
294 1,484 129 1,820 70 574 1,498 jj2 82.3 31.5 38.3 375 45.6 1933 1933 3,294 5,627 540 6,939 28o 2 2,214 6,063 5 87.4 31.9 36.5 40.9 42.9
7%361 5,074 304 5.924 398 2155 4,708 502 79.5 36.4 45.8 35.2 44.2 1 4 Missouri Pacific.......................................... 1934 7,61 20,339 1175 23,572 1,591 6 7755 18,157 2,473 77.0 32.9 42.7 35.9 46.6
7412 449 242 4781 367 4 1753 4,89 56 85.5 36.7 9 39.2 45.8 193 1933 7,:412 16222 1,091 19130 1,473 12 611 15,808 639 82.6 32.0 38.7 8.7 49.2
5,183 2,630 174 3,081 256 1 1,322 2,718 46 88.2 42.9 48.6 37.3 42.3 1934 St. Louis-San Francisco ........ .......... 194 5,212 11,160 718 12,986 1,025 32 4,968 10,611 1,133 817 38.3 468 35.9 43.9
5267 2,590 153 2,996 284 14 1,220 2,481 144 82.8 40.7 49.2 $4.9 42.1 1933 1933 5,267 9,871 675 11,517 1,:062 33 4,808 9,964 28 86.5 41.7 48.3 36.9 42.7
1,811 1,141 16 1,213 43 289 803 198 66.2 23.9 36.0 31.6 47.6 1934 St. Louis Southwestern Lines............. 1934 1,866 4,335 61 4,621 173 1 1,185 3,288 552 71.2 25.6 36.0 34.1 47.9
1,915 919 10 976 43 242 698 99 71.5 24.9 34.8 33.1 U.4 1933 1933 1,915 3,493 50 3,722 174 2 1,023 2,928 101 78.7 27.5 34.9 36.0 45.8

4488 1,821 169 2273 141 772 1,93 85.1 34.0 39.9 36.4 42.8 19 1933 4:5 6880 76 8615 564 3236 7940 1.02 92.2 37.6 40.8 38.8 42.1
1,950 1,375 164 1,761 99 497 1,210 328 68.7 28.2 41.1 29.7 43.3 1934 Texas & Pacific....................................... 1934 1,950 5537 593 6,951 398 1,922 4,757 1,40 68.4 27.7 40.4 30.0 43.9
1,950 1,338 125 1,645 106 1 447 1,133 288 68.9 27.2 39.5 31.0 45.0 1933 1933 1,:950 4,861 529 6,100 423 1 1,813 4,565674 74.8 29.7 39.7 33.3 44.6
112229-0 US. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1934
"Not 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/Defioit or other reverse Ites.
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