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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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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Subject to revision INTERSfTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Statement No. M-150934

BUREAU OF STATISTICS
U.S. DEPOTORY


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 JUNE. 1934 AND 1933 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1934 AND 1933
Maintenance Transportation Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenesee expen esee Operating revenues Operating expexpenses expense
Average Net Oper- per cent of per cent of Aet Oper- per cent of per cent of
miles railway sting Region, road, and yesl miles railway eating
of road Equipment oper- ratio Oper- Oper- Oper- Operoperated i a_ All eating (per eating eating eating eating operated Pa- All eating (per ating eating ating ating
Freight sanger Total Depr- Rre- e- main- Total income" cent) reve- ex- reve- ex- Freight enge Total Depre- Retire- main- Total income cent) rev- ex- reve- exSciaton ments tenancy nues Ipensee oues penses ciation ments tenanose ues pensee nes penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) i (1) (m) (n) (0) (p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (an) (bb) (cc) (Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollar)
201,123 $199,143 $29,783 $252,172 $13,474 $ 73 $,0 $185,995 $315.1 7.8 2.0 43.4 34.0 46.0 1934 Total-Roads listed herein... 194 201,274 164,137 $154,557 6 1,0,518 $84,276 $2,028 449,258 $1,079,977 $201,091 74.4 31.0 41.6 35.6 47.
202:91 197.853 29 29,26 13 1 157 67, 1,160 5 4.1 31.6 47.8 1933 New 1933 203,151 1,001,627 11,365 1,262,156 80,722 5,957 377,024 953,049 138,398 75.5 29.9 39.6 36.9 48.9
2,03 2,7 .600 3,527 134 1,O18 2, 53 7.4 28.9 38.8 38.6 51.9 1934 Boston & Maine 1934 2, 15,246 3,4 21,714 805 6,639 16,723 2,7 77.0 36 .7 39 5
2,081 2, 585 3,789 139 25 922 2,43 9 3 24.3 37.9 33.9 52.7 1933 1933 2,0 13524 8 19,756 833 25 5,37 1,5 3, 73.6 27.0 39 5.6
2,068 3,297 1,879 i ,0107 326 5 1,737 4.361 635 74.2 29.6 39.8 3 50.3 1934 New York, New Haven & Hartford ............... 1934 2,068 20,785 10,779 35,792 1,963 47 10,350 26,670 3,704 74.5 28. 35.8 35.3 51.5
2,06 3597 1,721 332 3 1 4,070 1,052 67.7 26.9 39.7 34.0 503 1933 1933 2,069 17,939 9,66 31,764 1,992 16 9,015 23,777 2,797 74.9 28. 37.9 38 5 51 84 1 ,56 -7. 9 Great Lakes Region: I45 1,723 so 1,928 76 14 793 1,700 166 ap.1 41.1 46.7 37.4 42.4 1934 Delaware & Hudson........ ............ 1934 49 11,25 11 12,31 461 6 4,41 o10,6 1, 6.3 .3 2
49 1,625 2 1,534 77 10 755 1,647 92 89.8 41.2 45. 35.1 42.5 1933 1933 53 635 70 9,4 460 4 4,521 9,993 102.5 6.4 .2 .7 3
992 2,8 5 3,954 213 1,139 3,002 71 75.9 28.8 37.9 110.2 52.9 1934 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western....... 193 993 14,29 3,225 23291 1,,324 18068 2,97 77.6 27.2 35 52 .
998 2 563 3,958 217 14 1,059 2,818 73 71.2 267 37 3 52.3 1933 1933 998 1 3,091 20,503 1,299 9 6,098 16,966 8 2.7 t7 5 .
2,31 545 470 6,559 369 6 2 4749 1,130 72.4 31 45 34.0 47.0 1934 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) .............193. 1934 2,315 3,077 2,494 38,557 2,290 11,025 2711 7,4 705 28.6 110.6 3.0 .6
2,31 5393 6,44 395 3 1,7 421 553 653 48.115 33 1933 231 7,830 2,588 3395 2398 9,93 2,44 691 73. 30.0 0.6 31 9.0
1,007 1,lo 70 1609 77 1 59 1 119 81. 37.2 4.7 36.9 .4 1934 Grand Trunk Western 1,005 87....... 9446 464 1 1:0 157 6 .2
1,003 1,336 52 1, 2 6 68 50. 38.2 5 37.7 s 1933 1933 1,oo03 6 7,385 91 25 ,7 6 91.6 32.1 4..1
1,3 2,806 213 3,270 191 d 22 1,054 2, 16 3.6 32.2 385 43.7 52.2 1934 Lehigh Valley 1934 1,34 434 1,169 21,079 1,151 1 5,171 1,665 .0 2.7
:36 21 17,633 1,236 0 9 57. 1,360 2,926 200 3,102 204 0 920 2, 685 717 27.0 37.7 37 52.5 1933 1933 1,360 15,092 1,05 17, 5,211 ,70 1,021 29. .0 .2 53*9
11,412 16,92 5,308 25,410 1,269 : 13 762 18,376 :3 72. 30.0 41. 34.9 48.2 1934 New York Central a..... 1934 11,412 106,942 26,27 151,521 7,605 46 45,252 111,578 17,168 73.6 29.9 9 0.6 36.4 495
11,436 16,9 5,005 25,025 526 693 6 16,974 430 67. 27.9 41.1 32.7 48.3 1933 1933 11,436 90,101 23,678 130,872 3,157 4,160 37,313 96520 12,77 73. 28.5 38.7 37.3 50.
1,691 2,653 85 2,869 112 5 802 1,950 99 69.0 28.0 40.5 33.' .2 1934 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ........... 1934 1,691 16,287 354 17,232 672 4170 11,287 3.372 65 24.2 36.9 33.7 51.5
1,691 2,63 109 2,855 118 2 614 1,685 59.0 21.5 36.5 30.4 51.5 1933 1933 1,691 13,301 357 14,188 737 31.47 9,710 2,097 65 24.6 35.9 35.1 51.3
2,231 1,910 72 2,121 185 716 1,622 313 76.5 33.8 44.2 35.5 16.5 1934 Pere Marquette 1934 2,242 12,223 13,256 1,128 1 4,111 9,882 2,125 74.6 31.0 41.6 36. 9
2,289 1,871 67 2,059 193 662 1,486 378 72.2 32.2 44.6 33.2 46.0 1933 1933 2,310 9,5 10, 1,159 d 1 3,830 8,789 43 84. 36.8 43.6 39.2 46
234 1,5541 46 1, 65 194 1 611 1,168 9 70-5 36.9 52.4 27-5 31 1934 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie 1934 234 7,472 286 8,023 1,171 3,173 i 6,409 1,920 79.9 .926 49.5 33.2
231 1,386 41 1,4 12 21 550 1,048 39 70.8 37.1 52.5 28.31 .0 1933 1933 233 5:634 246 6,09 1,26 2 2,575 5,23 1,oo 859 2 2 35.6
1933 7625 315 117,094 5 57 4 2,480 2,87 194 3,297 14 10 96 2,291 511 695 28.7 41.3 3 .1 49.1 19ion: 17, 5 41~,721 265 0.3 30.1 37.5 41.0 SCentral Eastern Region:
6,84 10,856 970 12,640 631 2 355 ,634 2,846 68.3 2.1 416.72 31.7 46. 1934 Baltimore & Ohio 1934 6,54 4 ,7 o 2140 51,974 11,576 74.6 1 2. 34.6 46.4
6:4 91 5,3 2,546 37. 2 41.2 5 31.7 46:495.
9,91 951 11,616 371 25 25 7,05 3496 60. 307 19 1933 6, 1 49 2,059 39,527 11,039 69. 7 35.6 51.1
60 1,844 406 2,426 14 35 651 1,7 26 71. 26.8 37.3 1 54.3 1934 Central of New Jersey ..... 1934 11, 59 2,084 14, 2 06 161 3,695 10,429 2,33 70.1 24.5 35.4 9*4 56.
2 1,796 361 2,307 6 108 595 1, 67 1 72. 25.8 35.5 03 555 1933 1933 2 10,028 2,021 12,930 1 526 3,353 9,540 1,7 73.8 25.9 35.1 1.0 55
939 792 10 1,032 34 4 217 7 61 77.3 26.9 34. :7 5.41931 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .. 193 939 ,977 92 6201 206 21 1,793 8 28..9 41.1 51.0
939 74 123 91 34 1 2 3 7 54 75.0 24 5 32.6 .0 53.3 1933 1933 939 4,87 473 5522 6 8 1523 s. 27.6 531
446 963 1,112 77 60 751 210 70. 32.4 46.1 33.3 47.3 1934 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ... ............... 1934 446 5,193 5,767 464 1,912 4,324 700 75.0 33.2 44.2 36.2 8.3
446 933 1,031 78 d 62 7 243 6 25.4 41.7 30 49.7 1933 1933 446 3,878 4,193 468 1,358 3,310 6 78.9 32.4. 41.0 38.7 49.0
00 1,66 2,206 80 3 1,52 2 6 : : 34.6 41.2 1934 Long Island 1934 400 2,976 8,211 11,774 42 1 3,026 8,890 800 .5 2, .7 34.0 1 61.
00 1 2,121 81 27 30.1 37.2 64.4 1933 1933 400 2,788 7,981 11,380 478 2,445 7,794 1,577 31.4
,511 2,21 96 31,345 1,711 21 5,999 21,795 6,276 69. 28.7 41.3 3 .4 45:0 1934 Pennsylvania 1934 10,511 130,256 2,710 16,77 10204 23 1572 127,394 31 72.2 29.2
10,505 272 4515 29,05 1,785 29 6,95 1,150 7,739 24.0 38.5 3 .6 50.6 1933 193 10,72 107890 7 1 71 10,561 11 059 105,71 25, 713 27. 37 3 5.9
1,461 3,736 236 4,204 2 21 1,286 3,123 5 74 30 41.2 371 49 1934 Reading 1934 1,461 25,763 1,5o6 28,606 1,57 130 7,249 19,162 7,375 67.0 25 37. 53.
1,462 3, 7 205 4,123 2 7 515 19. 32.8 341 56 1933 1933 1,462 216 1,371 23,013 1,621 6 5,3 o Pocahontas Region:
3,144 8,931 256 9,587 568 5 2,728 5,22 3,252 54-5 28.4 52.2 21.1 38. 1934 Chesapeake & Ohio .. 1934 3,129 1796 1, 55,095 3,405 119 16,128 30,16 1,05 55. 29. 52. 21.7 3
3,153 8,706 239 9,298 596 20 2,877 5,27 3,207 .5 30.9 54.5 2o.6 36.31933 1933 3,147 4806, 157 ,702 3,535 5 14,187 7,871 14,731 5. 29.7 23.o 9
2156 6 011i 159 61361 344 132 2:31 39r9 1,913 ? .7 :4 : 1 21.4 3: 1934 Norfolk & western 1934 2,156 34 69 209 32 11 966 0 11,595 54 2. 3 223 5,559 i1 21 5,855 36 5 1,566 3,159 2,109 53.92' 6 21.7 1. 19331933 2,230 28,387 63 30,039 2,99 2 9,O19 1316 ,501 1. 30.0 2 24. 39.
1 1 Southern Region:
5,1 2, 256 2 980 171 4 1,093 2.51 16 85.4 36.7 13.0 40.4 473 193 Atlantic Coast Line... 93 5,1 17,115 376 23,012 1,050 6 619 16,170 376 2. .9 .2 .6
5,1t 2,66 213 i 3,214 187 4 993 2,35 377 733 30.9 1 34.5 7.0 1933 1933 5,1 16,983 2:692 21,909 1,128 1 6,05 14,16 3,365 7. 27.6 40. 32.7 .
66 ha7 1 1. 42.1 34.5 47.0 1933 25.5 .: 1,927 31 91 1,04 66 427 992 d 6 96.0 41.3 41 42.7 44. Cntr of Grgi 193 1,927 5,296 6,690 392 2,415 5,0 179 6. 36.1 1.6 57 9 5,835 96 1,95b971 6 86.6 39211.5 1,945 933 95 1,14i 66 7 371 903 136 79-1 32.5 41.1 36.1 65 1933 1933 1,945 60 2 5,535 396 7 1,956 5,053 95 56. 3 377 4
5,011 5,227 735 6,518 55 2,051 5,00 32 2 315 40. 37.2 4. 1934 Illinois Central 1934 5,011 31131 37 3,6 332 29 10941 2,679 6191 74.3 2. 3.1 37 50.9
5,014 5,495 79 6,52 559 7 1,705 4415 1,929 *4 249 35.6 32.3 50 1933 1933 5,01 28,595 3,47 35,342 3,350 9,63 25,536 6,26 72. 27 3737 51
5,064 4,869 44 5,717 342 2 2,101 4621 671 80.8 36. 4- 35.7 44 .1 1934 Louisville & Nashville. ......... 193 5,069 30,343 35,646 2 27 11 9 26,627 6,953 74.7
5,126 4,683 405 5,505 358 1,765 4:176 1,053 75.5 32.o 423 35.1 46.4 1933 1933 5,156 25,695 2,6 0,234 2,155 a 9 93, 75.5 233 0
,309 1,905 2 295 14 1 1,022 2,246 d 6 9 lby. 39.6 4 34 SeaboardM i Cetor Lines l r81 t N Y
36 1,995 2te1 1 911 2,090 r12re7 v3e. 0 43.6 37.5 43.1 119r3 m19s,310 14,96.,1 1.26 16:sl 5 ,63 13,375 1,;. 3 337
6 4 ,696 716 6,005 247 12 2,011 4,1,3 6 75.4 .5 47 37. 8 45.2 1934 Southern 1934 6,64 32,307 3,28 1,457 72 12. .
6,60 248 15 1,5 4,4 731 65.4 .9 41.1 32.2 49.2 1933 1933 6,654 30,518 36,23 1,495 94 1103 26, 6 6,26 7.6
1,61 19 115 70. 37: U. 13 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley .... .... ..1934 1,644 4,775 332 5,56e 269 3 1,292 41 2. 2
1,659 97 9 1,095 47 1 L71 252 55. 2 3 0.1 1933 1933 1,659 4,678 6 5,385 289 12 1,096 3,668 3 .1. 291.0

"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.
dI(WDiiit or other reverse items.









Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION JUNE, 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 JUNE, 1934 AND 1933 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1934 AND 1933

Maintenance Transportation Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses expense, expenses, Operating revenues Operating expenses Net Oper- expenses, expenses, Average Net Oper- per cent of per cent of Average railway ating per cent of per cent of .,ies railway sting Region. road. amd yeni miles pr ai
of a Equipment All r tio Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Equipment All er- ra Oper- Oper- Oper- Operoperated Freight Pa- Total main- Total acting (per sting ating ting ating operated Freight Pa-r Total in- Total income' cent) ng ang ating ang
Freight senge- Retire- tenance income- cent) revs- ex- reve- ex- senger Depre- Retire- tenant rev- x- reve- xciation ments nues pense nues penea ciation ments nues penises ues penes
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) () (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) 0) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa) (bb) (cc) (Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars) Northwestern Region:
8,443 $5,074 $964 $6,81 $373 $8 $3,005 $5,983 $80 87.8 44.1 50.2 36. 41.8 19 4 Chicago & North Western .. 1934 8,443 $28,193 $3,893 $36,271 $2,236 $31 $1,771 0,934 $919 853 38.0 44.5 39.0 46.8
,443 5,393 978 7,o4 382 2,398 5,163 1,087 73.3 34.0 46.4 326 44.5 1933 1933 8,443 25,078 3,918 32,650 2,235 46 12,029 28,171 86.3 36.8 42.7 41. 47.9
1,518 1,080 48 1,207 40 351 8 66 74.1 29o 39.2 37.1 50.0 1934 Chicago Great Western 19.... 3 19 1,518 6,446 2 7,133 25 1 2,063 5,442 272 76.3 28.9 37.9 39.2 51.4
1,519 1,209 85 1,375 46 330 8256 3.0 2 0 38.1 31.9 50.7 1933 1933 1,519 5,893 246 592 27 1 1,903 5,108 d 2 77.5 28.9 37.3 39.9 515 11,166 ,691 57 7,057 543 36 2,6s88 5,828 226 82.6 38.1 46.1 37. 45.4 1934 Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific.... 1934 11,177 34,392 2,302 40,952 3,259 195 13,54 32,416 2,588 79.2 33.1 41.8 39.2 49.5
11,243 6,975 754 8,457 548 13 2,313 5,448 1,840 64.4 27.3 42.4 31. 48.8 1933 1933 11,243 33,223 2, 37 39, 91 3,289 58 11,904 30,028 2,927 76.0 30.1 39.6 38.6 50.7 1,664 90so8 143 1,161 47 352 1,016 10 87.- 30.3 34-7 47.4 54.2 1934 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha_ 1934 1,664 5.770 597 6,916 282 d 4 1,921 5,831 225 84.3 27.8 32.9 47.3 56.1
1,692 1,250 139 1,488 47 325 961 375 64.6 21.8 33.8 35-3 54.6 1933 1933 1,722 5,409 601 6,514 286 19 1,720 5,404 242 83.0 26.4 31.8 47.0 56.7
8,361 5,345 49 6,504 294 3 2,493 4,785 1,102 73.6 38. 52.1 28.9 39.3 1934 Great Northern .............. 1934 8,361 25,148 1,837 29,802 1,774 24 9,858 22,663 3,176 76.0 33.1 43.5 34.7 45.6
8,52 4,515 49 5, 99 397 17 1,189 3,170 1,602 57.6 21. 37.5 28.6 49.7 1933 1933 8,: 54 20,715 1,591 24,732 2,356 d 6 7,275 18,977 1,457 76.7 29.4 38.3 38.1 49.7 4,304 1,724 108 2,010 120 649 1,552 168 77.2 32.3 41.8 36.4 47.1 1934 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie. 1934 4,304 9,320 460 10,686 724 1 3,702 9,147 d 82 85.6 3.6 0.~ 41.4 48.4
4,315 1,840 101 2,108 134 1 586 1,468 346 69.6 27.8 40.0 33.3 47.8 1933 1933 4,330 8,524 1 421 9,770 814 11 3,476 8,779 0 89.9 35.6 39.4 43.8 48.7
6,746 3,452 96 4,264 235 3 1,452 3,507 509 82.2 34.1 41.4 36.8 44.8 1934 Northern Pacific 1934 6,746 19,008 1,49 2275 1,408 28 7,690 19,488 2,102 85. 38 95 9-7 46.4 6,74a 3,7b9 1,39 4:625 31.5 1:39333 ,6 60 8,,22 19,475 _95 1. .2"0 6,748 3,79 4,628 32 5 1,390 3,308 1,039 71.5 30.0! 42.0 31.5 44.0 1933 1933 6,739 17,oo004 1,436 20,373 2,169 60 8,422 19,475 2 95. 1.3 3.2 1.1 4.0
2,295 836 124 1,119 44 16 41 999 d ji 89.3 37.4 41.9 39.5 44.2 1934 Oregon-Washington R. R. & Navigation Co.. 1934 2,295 5,687 7026 273 6 238 5,790 2,296 873 141 1,162 47 32 900 11 77.5 27.9 36.0 38.1 49.2 1933 C1933 2,0 2 6 2,386 5,0 14 82.4 34.0 41.2 46.8 4.7
2280 8 1,76655,0768Central Western Region: 3.8 49.1 951 839 1,148 15 57 76.2 1.2 41.0 36.5 47. 1934 Alton 1934 951 4,443 757 6,126 87 d 2 1,764 4,882 12 79.7 28.8 36.1 41.2 51.7 1,0 4 7l 252 63.1 21.9T ,.6 337 53.4 1933 19__9_o_,d1 0 32 1' 4. 979 879 15 346 7 53 1933 1933 979 4,592 808 6,192 88 d 1 1,34 4,511 507 72.9 23.2 31.8 40.1 55.0
9,533 7,947 1,093 9,886 774 12 3,387 7,149 2,132 72.3 34.3 47.:4 31.3 43.2 1934 Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe ..............1934 9,544 L40,460 5,319 50,381 4732 63 19,002 40531 5,815 .4 348 43.3
9,735 7,392 1,267 9,418 819 15 3,091 6,610 1,816 70.2 32.8 46.8 30.4 43.3 1933 1933 9,735 35,427 5,294 44,891 4,911 62 17,261 38,040 2,063 84.7 385 372 43.9 9,182 5,039 638 6,417 26 8 2,240 5,089 419 79.3 34.9 44.0 35.5 44.7 1934 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy............. 1934 9,182 30,337 2,768 37,276 1,591 8 11,167 28,122 3,935 75.4 30.0 39.7 36.8 48.8
9,248 5,480 602 6,856 274 2 1,730 4,453 1,447 65.0 25.2 38.8 31.7 48.9 1933 1933 9,248 27,552 2,614 34,155 1,652 d 5 9,020 25,154 3,24 73.6 26.4 35.9 38.1 51.7
7, 294 4,809 o00 ,860 369 1 2,034 4,703 443 80.3 34.7 43.2 36.7 45.8 1934 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ............ 1934 7,609 25,118 2,591 30,914 2,244 147 10,587 26,270 7 85.0 34.2 40.3 40.8 48.0
7, 11 4,910 07 055 379 59 1,517 3,968 1,362 65.5 25.0 38.2 32.8 50.0 1933 1933 7,611 23,811 2,529 29,218 2,276 134 8,501 23,282 1,45 79.7 29.1 36.5 40.9 51.3
2,558 1,186 78 1,352 85 38 1,126 56 83.3 39.8 47.8 32.9 9.5: 1934 Denver & Rio Grande Western ...............1934 2,484 7,219 353 8,071 509 2,929 6,333 832 78.5 36.3 46.2 32.8 41.8
2,514 1,os4 132 1,320 85 440 962 197 72.9 33.3 45.7 30-3 41. 1933 1933 2,514 6,149 375 7,003 510 9 2, 3 5,601 582 80.0 35.5 44.3 34.3 42.9
1,241 1,19 1 180 1,48 49 352 872 379 8.8 23.8 40.4 26.0 44.2 1934 Los Angeles & Salt Lake....... .1 ......... 1934 10241 6,622 304 29 2 15 s1,
1,249 884 200 1,18 53 324 770 180 4.9 27.3 42.0 27.1 41.8 1933 1933 1,249 5,218 3304 1,115 4617 72.1 28.76 4139.9 2831. 44.0
2,504 1,222 124 1,481 75 15 V83 1,226 82.8 .34 47.6 34.0 41.1 1934 Oregon Short Line... ......................... 1934 2 504 8,oo6 44 9364 464 28 2,795 6,7270
2,504 9,0 ,0 1,63 19 ,3 2 2 7, 3.92.' 19400 3279 ,278321.298 416 3.2 4. 2,r04 1,329 213 1,673 75 416 1,043 3 62.4 24.8 39.8 29.7 47.6 1933 1933 2:504 7.331 623 8,682 495 2,27P 6,118 639 70.5 26.2 37.1 34.3 48.6
8,799 9,100 1,o6 11,63 494 2 2,63 5 ,442 2,744 64.4 22.8 3:.4 32. 50.4 1934 Southern Pacific Company a/................ 1934 8,868 42,704 7,649 55,641 2,972 64 15,743 41,795 6,674 75.1 2. 37.7 36.1 48.1
9,083 7,154 1, 11 959 525 4 2 8 ,525 1650 3 0 331 0 1933 1933 9,093 33,68 7,360 45,420 3143 7 13,6 37521 223 82.6 29. 35.8 4.4 3,6 ,2 6A 9 ,14 5 99I4 2,358 3,55 .. ,. 3. 9013 ,64 7, 3,43" 664 7. 77 00 4.
3,768 4,022 564 5,142 359 11 1,835 3,858 645 75.0 35.7: 47.6 30.1 40.2 1934 Union Pacific................ 1934 3,768 25,103 2,333 32 2,129 46 10,54 22,248 4,138 7. 34.1 46.5 30.4 41.4
Southwestern Region:
3,769 4,583 1 914 1 5,951 370 4 .9 ,3 ,1 95 2 4. 56 4- 93133 37s2,3 ,2 : ,5 4796 1,4
1,918 950 48 1,071 93 1 46 948 8.5 42.5 48.1 35.7 40.3 1934 Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe.............. 1934 1,918 4,846 259 5,559 867 8 2,772 5,655 1 06 101.7 49.9 4.0 398 391
1,955 1,013 49 1,131 97 1 35 845 113 74.7 32.2 43.2 32.5 43.5 1933 1933 1,955 5,203 222 ,31 29 3 2,518 5453 93.5 3.2 8.7
1.5 1,01 3,3 97 5,0 22 57 629 3 2,1 5,25 d 2 93. 432 4.
3,294 1,967 183 2,387 81 2 600 1,642 379 68.8 25.1 36.5 32." 47- 1934 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines 1934 3,294 10,79 917 13,090 484 d 2 3, 25 10,11 808 77. 30.0 38.8 354 5.8
3,294 1,908 162 2,285 70 6 641 1,599 329 70.0 28.0 40. 0. 43.7 1933 193 3,294 9,24 841 11304 420 10 3,59 9,20 81. 30.6 37.6 37.4 459 329 193 2 1933 33 906 10 4. 33.9 45.4
7,5 5,276 329 6,161 396 1 2,2 7 4, 78 619 77.5 36.6 47. 33.2 42.8 1934 Missouri Pacific........... ... ... ......... 1934 7, 61 30,906 1,91 36,066 2,34 9 12,251 27,72 3,892 76.9 34.0 4.2 3.9 45.4
7, 12 5495 339 6,369 363 7 2, 7 4,91 1,135 70.5 32.1 45. 31.9 45.2 1933 1933 7,: 12 26,701 1, 6 31,345 2,202 25 10,121 24,72 2,451 78.9 32.2 4.9 37.7 7.
5,144 3,087 213 3,586 256 1 1,434 2,851 481 79.5 40.0 .3 32.6 41.0 1934 St. Louis-San Francisco 1934 5,191 17,065 1,125 19,937 1,537 37 7,773 16,252 1,870 81.5 39.0 47.85 5,267 3,147 207 3,648 265 6 1,296 2,626 680 72.0 35.5 9.3 29.9 41.5 1933 1933 5,267 15,945 1,046 18,559 1,590 50 7,402 15,206 1,127 81.9 39.9 48.7 .2
1,811 1,238 19 1,312 42 259 798 275 60.8 19.8 32.5 30.6 o0.4 1934 st. Louis Southwestern Lines 1934 1,848 6,808 95 7,244 258 1 1,736 4,90 1,101 67.7 24.0 35.4 32.7 48.4
1,885 1,211 1 1,277 43 27 754 310 59.0 21.6 36.5 26.9 5.5 1933 1933 1,905 5,832 82 6,196 260 2 1,547 4,417 684 71.3 25.0 35.0 32.8 46.0
4,476 2,175 224 2,718 1 4 3 1,098 2,326 d 58 85.6 40.4 47.2 33.5 491 1934 Texas & New Orleans .. 1934 4,478 12,471 1,177 15,530 809 6 5,968 13,15 d 2 84.9 38-4 4.3 34.0 40.1
4,487 1,975 219 2,85 11 814 1,986 59 79.9 32.8 41.0 33.8 2.3 1933 1933 4,526 11,000 1,128 13,751 845 d 1 4,856 11,941 707 86.8 35.3 .7 36.6 42.2
1,950 1,516 167 1,892 100 2 498 1,204 439 63.6 26.3 41.4 27.7 43.5 1934 Texas & Pacific 1934 1,950 ,562905 598 4 2,934 2 2,191 67.2 27.4 40.7 99 1,950 1:496 160 1,844 101 5 447 1,154 460 62.6 24.2 38.7 2. 45.7 1933 1933 1,950 7,822 14 9,727 630 10 2,746 6,919 18 71.1 28.2 39.7 _1.9_.
67100-0 .S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1934
"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/ Defloit or other reverse items.
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