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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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Subjec .o rev~sion INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSIONStateent No. -
MAY, 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.


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1934 AND 1933 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1934 AND 1933
Maintenance Traneportation Maintenanoe Transportation
Operating revenues Operating expenses expensee, expenses, Operating revenues Operating expenses expenses expenses
Average Net Oper- per cent of per cent of Average Net Oper- per cent of per ocnt of
miles railway ating Region, road, and yeat miles railway ating
of road Equipment oper- ratio Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Equipment oper- ratio Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
operated pP All ating (per ating ating ating ating operated Pas- All ating (per ating ating ating ating
Freight eenger Total Depre- Retire- main- Total income* cent) reve- ex- reve- ex- Freight Benger Total Depre- Retire- main- Total income* cent) reve- ex- reve- ex-
oiation ments tenance nues pensee nues penes gr iation ments tenance nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (0) (p) (q) (r) (C) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (ma) (bb) (co)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)
201,087 201,241 25,082 $250,757 14,032 $283 $81,329 $187,254 $34,658 74. 32.4 43.4 34.6 46.3 1934Total-Road listed herein ....... ..... 1934 201,296 #965,004 $125,076 $1,198,649 $0,111 $1,505 $368,454 $93,985 $163,938 74.6 30.7 41.2 35.9 48.2
202,990 182,778 22,669 227,231 13,489 983 65,577 161.700 36.412 71. 28.9 40.6 34.3 48. 1933 1933 203,205 803,774 111,946 1,012,891 67,020 757 309,152 787893 83,816 77.8 30.5 39.2 38.2 49.2
2,044 2,722 479 3,727 134 1,122 2,753 596 73.9 30.1 40.8 37.2 50.4 1934 Boston & Maine .......... .... ........... 1934 2,059 12,850 2,784 18,187 671 5,621 14,101 2,234 77.5 30.9 39.9 40.2 51.8
2,081 2,493 478t 3,487 139 843 2,359 751 67.7 24.2 35.7 36.7 54.3 1933 1933 2,081 10,879 2, 584 15,967 693 4,:415 12,109 2,150 75.8 27.7 36.5 40.8 53.8
2,068 3,632 1,6714 5,999 326 4 1,776 4,463 620 74.4 29.6 39.8 37.4 50. 19354 New York. New Haven & Hartford........ 19 2,068 17,88 8899 29,915 1,636 41 8,613 2,9 069 7.6 28.8 38.6 38.5 51.7
2,066 3,283 1,570i 5,529 332 2 1,585 4,027 648 72.8 28.7 39.4 36.8 50.5 1933 1933 2,O70 14,342 8,146 25,754 1,660 12 7,401 19,707 28.7 37.6 39.5 51.7
Great Lakes Region:
849 1,78 68 1,954 76 13 807 1,746 145 89.3 41.3 46.2 38.5 43.1 1934 Delaware & Hudson-........ ... 1934 84 9535 431 10 453 385 71 4, 048 8,980 1,204 85.9 38.7 45.1 38.3 44.6
849 1, 39 69 1,627 77 9 722 1,597 3 98.1 44.:4 45.2 42.3 43.1 1933 1933 8 7,011 387 7,914 3 38 3766 ,346 105.5 7.6 .1 6.3 43.9
992 ,3098 530 14,136 213 1.._ 1,158 3,106 637 75.1 28.0 37.3 40.2 53.5 1934 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western__............... 1934 993 14,425 2,634 19,337 1,058 d 3 5,186 15,065 2 26.8 3 43.7 56.1
998 2,466 5031 3,481 216 4 1. 1,026 2,781 254 79.9 29.5 36.9 42.3 53.0 1933 1933 998 11,651 2,528 16:54 1,083 5 040 141148 195 85.5 30.5 35.6 4.4 514.3
2,315 6,023 411 6,986 6 2,063 4,788 1,541 68.5 29.5 43.1 32.6 47.6 1934 Erie (including Chicago & Erie)..........___.. 1934 2,315 27,59 2,024 31,998 1921 12 8,958 22,432 6,350 70.1 28.0 9.9 35.2 50.2
2,316 5,111 423i 6,018 4 19 1,698 4,101 1,251 68.1 28.2 41.4 32.9 48.3 1933 1933 2,316 22,.36 2,100 26,747 2,003 49 8,179 20,272 3,138 75.8 30.6 .3 37.3 .2
1,007 1,365 2i 1,529 77 551 1.296 41 84.8 36.0 42.5 41.0 48.4 1934 Grand Trunk Western ... 1934 1,008 7,008 26 7,837 387 1 2,497 6,269 567 80.0 31.9 398 408 51.0
1,003 1,191 7 1,323 1 532 1,205 d 28 91.1 40.2 44.1 42.01 46.0 1933 1933 1,003 5,259 2 5,900 409 19 2,243 5,512 93.4 38.0 7 45.8 49.
1,354 3241 12 ,698 1911 d 1,03 2 556 7 27.9 37.1 40.6 53.9 1934 Lehigh Valley... 1934 1,3 15,628 956 1,809 960 d 10 4,118 12 3, .6 23.1 1.8 42.
3601216 2 12o45 -2921 67 8145 3024 7 1
1,360 2,485 164 2,902 204 d 6 908 2,48 79 4.4 31.3 37.1 44.9 53.3 1933 1933 13 12166 858 1 ,231 1,032 292 1200 84.5 30.2 5.7 45. 4
11,414 8,10 4,155 25,637 1268 9 ,62 18,557 3,240 .4 29.7 41.1 35.6 49.1 1934 New York Central /..-...----...-..............- 19 4 11,414 90,019 20,979 126,111 6,36 3 37624 93,201 14,038 7.9 29.8 404 6.8 49.
11, 1376 3,799 23,253 692 16179 3 .6 27.3 I 39.2 35.1 50.5 1933 19 3 11, 441 73,16 18,673 105,847 2,631 3 7 30329 79,546 8,351 75.2 28.7 38.1 .4 51.
1,691 2,'02 58 2,866 112 776 1,'42 489 67.7 27.1 140.0 33.1 48.9 1934 New York, Chicago & St. Louis.....-..- 19314 1,691 13,604 269 14,363 561 3 3,368 9,307 2,914 64.8 23.4 36.2 3.8 52.1
1,691 2,434 53 2,585 1241 1 6 1,636 562 63.3 23.4 37.1 32.1 50.7 1933 1933 1,691 10,667 248 11333 19 2 2873 8,025 1,330 70.8 25.3 35.8 36.3 51.
2,231 2,017 46 2,209 185 10 1,655 33 74.9 32.1 42.9 36.1 48.2 1934 Pere Marquette ... ........ .......... 1934 2244 10,313 247 11135 943 1 3,395 8,260 1,812 74.2 30.5 41.1 7.0 I 49.9
2,289 1,694 40 1,835 193 60 1,478 164 0.6 36. 44.7 36.9 45.8 1933 1933 2314 7711 198 8350 966 1 3,168 7,304 65 87.5 37.9 434 40.7 46.5
234 1,394 45 1,489 195 575 1,124 415 75.5 38.6 51.1 30.5 40.3 1934 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ...193 23 5919 20 6,67 977 1 2562 5,242 1,391 82.3 40.2 48. 34.7 42.1
231 1, 39 1,125 189 4 49 916 221 81.4 39.9 49.1 33.5 41.2 1933 1933 23 7 205 4 94 2026 190 570 908 43.9 48.4 37.9 41.7
2,457 3.098 16 7 28.9 .2 5.3 4 .1 1934 Wabash.. ......................................... - 19314 2457 1473 77 16272 78 142 11 780 2,090 72.4 27.2 37 2 51.4
2,1480 2,787 136; 3,172 148' 9 901 2,368 311 74.6 28.5 38.2 38.0 50.9 1933 1933 2:4W 12,9060 7 13,800 7 38 4,199 11430 41 24 82.8 30.4 d6:7 4:6
Central Eastern Region:
6,4 1,57 83 12,198 6 2 71 8,778 2413 72.0 305 42.3 332 46.1 1934 Baltimore & Ohio............... 19 6,4 064 4 1828 43 8,730 76.0 320 3 .2 g 2 146.
6, 8,466 715 9893 32 2,260 6607 2253 66.8 22.8 34. 34.6 51.9 193 193 640 38702 1143 45038 1 132 3,73 7,53 721 51
690 1,943 34 2, 12514 35 757 1,856 190 75.6 30.8 40.8 38.9 51-5 1934 Central of New Jersey-........... ................ 1934 690 10,016 1,678 12456 772 126 3,04 8,684 2,040 6.7 24.4 5.1 3.7
692 1,60 331 2,097 63[ 88 579 1,630 33 77.7 27.6 35.5 43.0 55.3 1933 1933 692 8,233 1,660 10:623 335 6418 2758 7:864 1,160 74.0 26.0 35.0 41.2 55.7
1933I 331: 7 2 6 :
939 769 1 3 990 34 19 38 2 84.6 2.2 8.0 41. 48.8 193 Chicago & Eatern Illiois... __ 134 939 185 170 17 1 1516 19 19 811 29 36.1 41
939 747 9 917 34i I 239 753 A-- 82.1 61 31.7 44. 544 1933 1933 939 3:7273 3501 531 17 6 1,2 ,9? __ : .5 27 53.1
446 1,19 77: 360 787 16 71, li i45 36 474 1314 El.gin Jolist & Easter-- ----. 1934 46 46 37 d 6 1,552 1490 76.1 3.3 43.8
446 747 822 78d 3- 243 579 101 70.4 420 3.8 49 1933 1097 198 84.9 3.7 40.9 1 48.9
5 1 51 6.2 Il 1937 0 2,351 39 9 40 1,097 7 "
400 9 1,369 2,038 80 9 107 1,485 1 12.9 24.9 34.1 44.6 61.2 19314 Long Island... -.........-................... .. ...... 19314 400 2,. 4, 2778 568 771 262 9 47 61
9 1.369] 1,955 7 24 5.5 21.3 32.5 40.8 62.5 1933 1933 400 2:343 6,407 9,260 397 4 2:07 6,567 1,1 70.9 22.4 3 145.0 63:4
10,511 23,152 14,678 31,092 1,7511 32 9,276 22,099 5,800 71.1 29.8 42.0 34.1 47.9 1934 Pennsylvania ...................................193 10,511 107,1 41 23,7142 114,---29 8,17 493 21 21 42,573 1592 10-,143 7. 294 3. --49.
10,877 19,657 3,975; 26,372 1,838k 11 6,959 17,857 5,406 67.7 26.4 39.0 33.9 50.1 1933 1933 io,86 86,163 20,14 19,187 8,775 85 33,7 87,561 17,908 73.5 27.7 37.8 37.5 51.0
1,1462 3,516 3 2245 3,9 223.1 1 7. a 4. 31 7-0 51. 3 19 14 Reading...... ....... ... 1934 1,461 22,02 1,20 214,403 1,290 22 13,147 1,05 71.7 25.3 35.5 39.0 564.
1462 3,516 227 3,980 27 3 85 1,232 20.1 32.4 35.4 9 1933 1933 1462 1649 116 890 1 4
Pocahontas Region: 1335142 1619 ,361,80 1,5
,149 872 25 9 01 569 3 ,1 :771 ,! I:l9 5.0 29.5 52.7 1. 9.0 1934 ,126 42,865 1,127 45 2,838 114 13,401 2,593 15,153 56.2 29. 52. 21.9
3,149 7,12 253 9,31 588 19 31 60 9 55.6 28.2 50.7 22.3. 40.1 1933 1933 3146 36,100918 38 2,939 39 11310 59 11 58.8 29.14 50.1 23.6 40.2
2,6 959 13 6 3461 53 1966 3,667 2o4 5s2 2 53.6 22.0 37- 1934 Norfolk & Western.................... ................ 1934 2.186 28901 664 -536 7 237 9,649 18,108 9,682 31.6 2 22.5 38.0
2,225 z,977: 116 5,258 351, 1,552 359 163 58.2 9.5 5.7 22.5 38.6 1933 1933 2,229 22828 517 18 7,1453 15,157 6,393 .7 30.8 9 25.0 39.8
Southern Region:
51 2739 17 3 1 d 3 1 159 2,67 234 16 3. 32 J619314 Atlantic Coast Line........................ ........ 19 1 14,676 3019 20,032 4 5,526 13,627 3,360 68.0 27.6 40.6 33.2 48.9
5,11 2,79 7: 1314 870 N:24g
5,145 2,953 288 3 1 188 1,050 2,470 505 7.8 28.8 147. 1933 514 14319 2,179 18,695 94 5055 12,60 2,987 66.6 27.0 40.6 32.4 48.6
1,927 81 712 1o142 614 432 985 d 94.6 41.14 43. 11.2 43.5 1934 Central of Georgia ...... ............. 1,927 4,465 483 5656 326 3 1,988 4,817, 245 85.2 35.1 41.3 39.1 45.9
1,9145 871 714. 1,067 66 355 877 L 9 82.3 33.3 40.5 37.6 45.7 1933 1953 1,94 3737 397 4693 330 19584 4,150 d _141 88.4 33.8 38.2 41.8 47.3
5o11 o 5,o 58 6,3526 558 6 12' 90 1 8 .6 6.8 9 494 .5194 Illinois Central .......... .... .... ..... -........................13. 1934: 5,O01 25,904 3,046 32,102 9359 27.7 37
5,0o 551 6,352 168 56 6o11 697 26:5 37,9 35.9 51:5 1933 5,014 23,097 ,678 :490 279 33 757 2112 339 237.2 38.7 52.2
5,o64 0'6 5 408 5 U7 3143 2 4 567 1 44.2 4 19 4 Louisville 2 Nashville,023......... ..... ...................... L 3 19314 5,070 25,:475 2,065 29,929 1,717 24 9,438 22,006 6,282 73.5 31.5 42.9 34.0 46.3
5,126 4,615 347 5,467 358 5 1,721 4,039 945 73.9 31.5 4.5 34.6 46.0 1933 1933 5,162 21,015 1,661 214726 1:797 8 8,235 19,656 3,135 79.5 33.3 41.9 37.0 6.6
4,309 2,'519 21 04 142 20 1,118 2, 444 259 0.2 36.7 145. 34.14 42.'9 1934 Seaboard Air Line ............................. 19314 14,310 13,063 1,1496 16,320 712 214 ,592 12,448 1,861 76.3 34.3 14 4.9 32.8 3.1
4,386 2,311 157; 2,752 1141 2 954 2,205 252 80.1 34.7 43.3 35.1 43.9 1933 1933 4,386 11,943 1:081 14,415 707 9 4:832 11,285 1,352 78.3 33.5 42.8 34.7 44.3
6,64 5,1211 63 6,5466 247 15 1.3 14,61 851 76.5 32.7 42.6 37.5 48.8 1934 SouthernSouthern. -.. ----- 193 ---- 1 60 --,7 2,1 6,0 7. 30.6 1934 6 24 6 i I 149 .
6,6, 5,211 613 6,5446 247 15 1,893 4,611 1,310 70.5 28.9 41.0 34.5 49.0 193 19 33 65 2 79 9,59 4 4538 74 36 493
1636 8,19 1 95 41' 221 684 94 10.9 22.9 323 403 56. 1934 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley........................... 1934 1,645 3897 264 4,553 227 3 1,038 3,399 140 714.7 22.8 30.5 14.7 58.5
1,659 852 4 981 1481 181 601 167 61.3 18.5 30.1 36.1 58.9 1933 1933 1:659 3,700 237 4:290 242 11 920 3:063 94 71.4 21.4 30.0 43.0 60.2
"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 MAY, 1934

SU.S. DEPOITORY 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 MAY, 1934 AND 1933 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1934 AND 1933
Maintenance Transportation Malntenance Transportation
Operating revenues Operating expense expenses, expenses, Operating revenues Operating expenses expenses expenses,
Average Net Oper- en eAverage Net Oper- per cent r per cent of
____ ating per cent of per oent of Aoe _______________ray ating
of road Equipment l e ratio Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- eaof road Equipment oper- ratio Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
operated Freight sa r Total Depre- Retire- main- Total income* ) ating atng atin a g operated Freight Total eire- ain- Total n ) tig ain n
elation ments tenance nues pensee nue penses olation ments tenance rues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (0) (d) (e) f) (g) (h) (1) 0) (k) (1) (m) (n) (0o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) C (a) (bb) (cc)
(Money Items in thousands of dollars) (Money Items in thousande of dollars)
8,443 4,93 2 61 ,34 3,35 55,919 936 48.0 513 38.5 41.1 1934 Chicagor Nor western. ............ 194 8,44 23119 2,929 29,458 1,64 23 10,765 24,951 839 84.7 36.5 43.1 40.6, 48.0
44 4 2429 5,157 3 838 39.5 7.1 37.4 44.7 1933 1933 8443 19,68 2,940 25,604 1,853 46 9631 23,00 d 1. 89.9 37. 41.9 43.8 48.7
1,518 1121 42 1,245 40 1 3 98 i 21 28.2 38:5 3: 51.0 199 Chicago Great Western.......................... ... 1,518 366 186 5,926 214 1 1,713 4,547 205 76.7 28.9 37.7 9.7 51.7
1,519. 32 ,75 46 312 850 176 66.7 24.5 36.8 34. 52.4 1933 1933 1:519 184 161 5:217 228 1 l573 4242 d 28 81.3 3. 7.1 2.1 51.7
43 26 46 5, 16 490 2 34: 44-0 37-7 47.6 1934 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific- 194 11,180 28,702 127 33,89 2,715 10,855 26,588 2,362 74 32 40.8 9.5 50.4
1 2,31 5, 3 155 9 26.8 4. 33.9 50.7 1933 193 1243 26,248 1, 8 31:0 2,741 9:591 24,580o 1,o87 79.2 30.9 39.0 .5 51.2
1664 1 935 88 1125 47 358 1,018 905 31.9 35.2 49.0 54.2 1934 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha_ 1934 1,664 4,862 4 5755 235 4 1,56 4,815 214 83 27. 32.6 47.3 56.6
1 1 5 90 1,292 47 19 327 934 72.3 25.3 35.0 38.9 53.7 1933 1933 1,728 4,160 2 5,027 239 -T 1,396 4,443 27.7 31.4 50.5 57.1
N6 21 1787 9 2 1 4261 1 6:2. I 9 .:1 29. 40.6 i9 Great Northern .................................. ........... 1934 902 1, 23,298 1,40 21
21S 11959 15
S ,2 3 1,218 9 1,002 ..0 5 39.2 31. 48.3 19 1933 ;5 1200 8 1,233 1,959 08.2
43 891 62 1:45 1250 78.2 33.0 42.1 36.6 46.8 1934 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie- 194 4,0 352 8,66 1 3,52 7,595 250 87 35.2 0.2 2.6 8.7
2 134 1 3 1 78.4 319 40. 373 47.6 1933 1933 4,333 321 7,62 680 10 2,890 7,311 95 37.7 39.5 6.6 48.9
6,75 3,411 227 4,005 362 1 l,6l6 3,438 2 85 8.9 4. 47.0 34 4 1933 1933 6737 13,235 947 15,745 1,807 55 76 l5;66 d 1.762 102.7 44.7 63.5 44.0 42.8
22 1 1 44 1,012 1 90.4 39.6 438 38 42.4 194 Oregon-Washington R. R. & Navigation Co.- 1934 2,295 4.851 430 5,907 229 d 10 1,67 4,790 81.1 33.3 41.1 36.3 44.8
889 d4 79 6 304 38 7 1933 Central Western Region:
51 820 124 1,10 15 36o 888 4 o80.4 2.6 40.6 39.7 49.3 1934 Alton.... ....... ..... .9............ 1934 951 3,604 608 4,978 73 d 2 1,4o6 4,007 80.5 28.2 35.1 42.2 52.5
979 819 117 1,085 15 d 1 272 766 159 70.5 5.0 35.5 37.5 53.2 1933 1933 979 3,713 622 4,986 73 1,170 3.750 255 75.2 23.5 31.2 41.6 55.3
3, 540 lei 9,9 8647 2: 82. 38.6 46
9:135, : 99 86 7 7 ,379 787 82." 4.4 3 4.5 1934 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe ..... 1934 9,547 ,051 4,226 95.958 615 33 2 3.68 82.4 38.6 468 357 4
280 82 7,923 8093043 530 79 82 38. .6 35. 43.0 193 1933 9735 32035 4,027 355473 7 7 3 30 .6 39.9 45.1 39.1 4.
9,48 5,26 41 6, 2344 : 112 84.2 38.1 45.3 36.8 43. 1934 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy............ 1934 9,182 25,298 2,31 30,859 1,328 8,927 23,034 3,516 74.6 28.9 38.8 37.1 49.7
274 1,754 4,466 996 69.8 27.4 393 339 48.6 1933 1933 9,248 22,071 2,011 27,299 1,378 Z 7,290 20,701 1,817 75.8 26.7 35.2 39.6 52.3
7'61 1 1, T97 4,612 89*. 38.6 42.9 41.g 4 5 194 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific .......... .. 1954 7,612 20,310 2,091 25, 5 1,875 146 855 21,568 74 86.1 34 7 41.7
7,611 4,20 387 379 33 1,07 3,820 73*8 27.2 36.8 38. 5. 193 1933 7:611 18,901 1,922 2391 3 1,897 74 69 934 123 834 0.2 32 43. 51
8242 125 I58 1;5 1 l. 136 7.9 36.4 46.1 33.2 2.1 193. Denver & Rio Grande Western ..................... 19 2 6 6 9 25 ,31 5 7 4 2 42.
2 51 6 55 8 5 2948 215 72.7 31.8 43.7 32.4 44.5 1933 19 2,51t 5,065 22 5.63 425 10 2,O3 4,69 385 5 9 353 32
1,241 1,175 I 2 908 00 630 4 27.0 42.6 26. 42.1 19 Los Angeles & Salt Lake .......19.... 1,41 42 24 6,462 255 29 1,762 4, 4 6 .9 27. 4.4 29.0 44.
S- 26 781 03 69.7 29.1 41.7 29. 42.1 19 19 1,249 ;5 5 5,219 295 1,517 3,5 7 196 7.7 29. 39.34 2.9
2:504 10 599 79 1 1, 16 143 2.9 44.6 316 4:.4 1934 Oregon Short Line... -------.1935 2,504 6,784 420 7,4 3-9 12 2,212 5,501 9 1 4 8
,- 9 1,500 79 1 128 89 5 4. 31.5 4.7 1933 1933 2,504 6,02 410 7,oo9 1,857 5,075 31 72.4 26.5 6.6 35.3 48.8
8,799 9 1, :M314 1, 2 2 6 29 1,831 70.5 2.6 .3 35.0 497 1934 Souther P


'9,0 83o 2 2,271 5-- 37* 1 5 .4 32. 40 .4 1934 Txs&NwOrleansaF.. 194 ,,218 4,896 8,2 14 881 474 1 1,0,709 1 14.9 31.6 49.2 4.8 48.9
7324 9 5 2 19 75.9 2 .4 35.0 37,4 49.3 1933 1933 9,5 95 ;7 1 351 2,291 9 1 3 8. 5 46 2. 399
3,76 4,4'55 432 5,5'3 362 1, 78 1 36.8276 49. 7 28.5 45.6 1934 Union Pacific .......... .. ..................... ........1..... 194 7,56 2,9620 1,461 6 2. 21, 1,7,9 ,7 4.6 32. 4


3,768 4,479 403 5,351 366 3 1,A 3315 1,360 72.0 27.0 431 3270. 4.5 1933 1933 ,92 17,3254 1,615 27,01 1:7983 1 8,0 1,65 1,431 71 2. 9399 32
9 7 5 i 19 1r R 1,037 e 1 52 4 2a s Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe.......... 19
S 930 7 7 432350a 1 87.06 41.4 7.319 1 -,9 859 14,912 1,2 15 4,10 12,7 70 4


I3,294 1845 148 2,24 81 11 72 S 1934 tsh 1SoLthe2s6 Lia7es............... 934 2 73 4 4 4 2 2 3.
,7 2: 31, 34-3 74:7 17934 33eou.42n4T exas isu Pacif ... ............................... 194 :7 70,26 7 1
j63, Z:29 27, W 7: 1 2.2, 4.7,, 1 75: 46. 4 28..4 4.9 1934 Missu Pacific.........................-......................... 1934 7.1 ,25 4 Z 275.9
7,12 9,,5 255 5, RI6 4,%7 677 75.7 32.5 2 4:4. 1|93 1933 7,154 5: 2 2 ,9 :,24 712 2. 1 3270 4A.o
2: 1 3:3g 2 4 1:,2 1,Fi o2 16,351 1,221 .9 2: 2: : 45.6 63.6
6 47 1 8 7 22 .: 3g5 St. Louis-Sano w strn ................................... 1934 51 1 16 5,9 1 122 1 13, 1
55 H 21 1 6 b 12,579 8.2 .7

4711 2,1i5 193 2, 1,032 2,271 4.81.5 37.1 5.4 32. 40.4 1934 Texas & New Orleans ..........................1934 4,478 10,296 954 12,812 674 3 4,8~o 1Q.860 s8.8 38.0 44.8 3.1. 40.3
4 8O6 2,015 21 76.0 30.4 40.0 32 42.6 1933 1933 4,54 9,025 909 11,266 704 4,2 9,955 88.4 35.9 406 37. 4.2
1.950i, 75 100 2 1 1,241 :12 662 277: 410 2.:1 442: 1934 Texas & Pacific ............... ........... 1934 1,950 49 14 ,8:,,25 498 2 2,436 5:1,752 6.o 27.6 ,0.6 29. ,.

"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.
g/Deficit.
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