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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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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Subject to revision -INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS JULY, 1934
U.S. DEPOMiTORY


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 JULY, 1934 AND 1933 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH JULY, 1934 AND 1933
Maintenance Transportation Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses expenses, expenses, Operating revenues Operating expenses expenses expenses Net Oper- per oent of per oent of Aver Net Oper- per cent of per cent of Average parwg centno Average No t~ n
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(Money items in thousands of dollar) (Money items in thousands of dollars)
201, $194,703 #29,7 $244,915 #14,47 301 7,22 15,927*30,297 75.9 31.9 42.1 35. 1.31934 Total-Roads listed here ........................ 1934 20,20 1,325 ,39 619,7437 1,695,70 9,329 2,223 2 ,50 61, 2,912 6231,3 : 31.1 1.7 3730.6 47.7
202,51 212,071 29 ,5 261,423 13,75 1,35 72,823 173,995 57,155 27.9 41.9 1933 1933 203,063 1,2 701 170,220 1,52 94,507 72 1,12 ,o46 195,55 4 29.5 39.9 3 New England Region:
2,039 2,230 653 3347 133 1,0 26 319 4 30. 38.9 41.1 51.9 1934 Boston & Maine........ 1934 2,053 17,477 4,03 25,061 938 7,673 19,381 3,096 77.3 30.6 39.6 14.1 51.9
2,091 2,726 636 39 9,91 39 5 9 ,39 1 65 24.1 37.2 35.0 53.6 1933 01 16,250 970 75 17,093
2,073 3,17 1,7140 ,403 327 4 165 4 316 16 79 9 30.7 38.4 40.9 51.2 1934 New York, New Haven & Hartford ........... 1934 2,6 23,912 12,49 1,195 2,290 50 12 ,0079963 75
2,069 3,74 ,075 332 2 19 1,076 67.4 26.1 397 35.0 51.9 1933 1933 2,069 21,694 11,610 37,94 2,324 19 10,599 27,972 3,973 73.7 29.0 39.0 37.9 51.5 1,74 1,94 4095Great Lakes Region:
0 ili it idi ?? "' fil I' 9:2 !: ":1 l: :5 1934 Delaware & Hudson..1.6.1, 1.6-1 84 1,462 120 1,694 76 16 29 1,703 100.5 4.9 7 39.7 9.5 1934 Delaware & Hudson....... ................. 1934 s49 12,7210 631 14,076 537 102 5,669 12,382 1,294 8.0 40.3 4. 4.6
9o 1,793 116 2,012 77 9 765 1,711 A2 0 9 5.1 38. 44.7 37.2 3.7 1933 1933 952 10, 4595 11,759 537 57 5,296 11,704 d 99.5 .9 2 433.67
992 2,3: 592 3,391 213 6 1,130 2,992 30 97.9 33. 37.9 46.1 52.4 1934 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western........................ 1934 993 19,660 3,917 26,692 1, 44 3 7,454 ,1 21,050 35. 3. 5.
998 2,949 604 3,914 217 1 995 2,802 634 71.6 25. 35.5 39.8 54.1 1933 1933 999 17,382 3,695 24,416 1,51610 7,0 1,o6 ,501 91. 29.1 35.9 3.5 54.0
2,31 5,419 49 6,398 371 6 2,017 4,714 953 37 31.5 .18 35.0 47. 1934 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) ........... 1934 2,315 398,95 2,991 44,955 2,661 23 13, 43 31,995 ,33 70.9 29.0 .9 35.0 .
2,316 ,003 53 7,000 389 29 1,952 4,536 1,75 5 27.9 43.0 30.9 47. 1933 1933 2,316 33,33 3,122 ,195 2,77 113 1,95 29,020 6,5 72.2 29.6 1. 35.2 1.
1,07 1,302 92 1,94 78 1 71 1,311 32 97. 3.32 4: 35 1.64 45.71 1934 Grand Trunk Wetern........ ......... .1934 1,0 9 19 429 10,940 53 2 3,69 9,99 1 91. 33.5 41.2 43 4.6.
1,009 1,255 65 1,40 92 1 54 1,220 4 96.6 32.9 43.9 39.6 45.7 1933 1933 1,0 7,95 339 9,795 573 26 3,359 7,931 771 90.9 39. 42.1 3.4 47.9 1,354 2, 558 226 3,030 19 0 2 991 2,696 289 .0 32 7 36. 7 47.4 53.3 1934 Lehigh Valley............................ .......... 1934 1,3 54 20,992 1 ,39 24,109 1,341 6,162 17,36 ,319 . 3.3 .
1,3 226 3,3 20 954 2,537 537 755 2941 37.6 39.7 52.5 1933 1933 1,33 7,2 294 7,96 1, 1 2 6,165 17350 1,559 91.0 29.49*. 343.5 537 11,412 16,073 ,091 23,254 1,26 7 7604 218,692 1,9257 7814 31. 40.7 3.38 49.70 1934 New York Centrala ............. ......... 1934 11,412 123015 31,379 1 ,75345 1,o74 5 2,95 1,260 ,3 73 37 .
3 01.5 3173735 ,7 56 10 1,9
11,436 19,90 0 794 26,469 54 694 7,526 19,209 4,5 69.9 28.4 41.3 33.4 49.6 1933 19 3 11,436 1,920 29,472 15 3 3,6 54 6,9 1,729 73 72.9 29.5 39.1 36.7 50.
1,691 2,399 106 2,585 11. 1 27 1,909 240 73.9 28.1 38.1 37.5 50.8 1934 New York, Chicago& St. Louis ............ 1934 1,691 1,675 5460 19,917 794 3 ,97 13,196 3,612 66.6 21.7 34.2 6.4
1,691 2,63 12 3,029 117 69 1,800 794 59.4 22.1 37.2 30.5 51.3 1933 1933 1,691 16,1~ 470 17,217 5 4,156 11,51 2,990 6.9 24.1 3. 1.3
2 9230 1,75 59 192,60 195 711 1619 161 72.6 36.3 439 39. 6 46: 1934 Pre Marquette ... .............. .........1933 2,24 11,1 4J7 15,216 1,313 1 4,922 11,50 2,9 7. .7 .49 .
299 1,96 9 1,02 193 1 676 1,5 42 8 9 7 3. 32.7 4 34.6 .9 1933 1933 23 315 3,44 1,3 ,5 1,6 27o 1. 9 3. 4.
234 1,216 49 1,6 302 194 1 5 51 12 9. 5 42.4 50.7 33. 405 1934 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie........................... 1934 234 9,689 33 9,325 1,36 3 3725 7 496 2 3. 4. 3. 4.
231 1,602 4 1,690 19 579 1 7 549 65 34.1 51.9 27.0 41. 1933 1933 233 ,236 9 77964 3,155 6,35 1,55 1.5 49.7 33.7 41.3
2457 2,94 192 320 145 1 963 2,463 30 75. 29.6 43. 37.7 49.7 1934 Wabashla. .. 1934 2457 20,1 1,135 22,744 1,027 9 6,403 16,707 2,673 73. 2. 3. 5. 7
oo 3,070 176 3,,516 11 92 2,01 5 69. 28.4 0.9 .7 3.5 651933 as Rg1933 24 0 1,0 1,09 20,555 1,36 5599 9,6,12619 16,7 62122 3773 .3 .9 6

6,54 11, 01 996 13,461 6589 2 3,277 8,031 4,232 59.7 274.3 40. 28.1 47.1 1933 1933 60 ,0 5,0 70,5 2,719 9 16,995 47,559 15,271 7. 2. 3. 3. 50.
690 1,663 488 2,290 147 5 6,20 1,739 4 75-9 27.1 35.7 41. 55.1 1934 Central of New Jersey ...... ............... 1934 690 13,522 2,572 17,171 1,053 196 4,315 12,167 2,255 70.9 25.1 35.5 .9 56.
692 1,73 257 2,337 65 10 603 1,693 1 72.0 25.8 35.9 39.9 55. 1933 1933 692 11,771 2,477 15,27 4 634 3,956 11,223 1,397 73.5 25.9 35.2 7. 5.
939 ,34 122 1,082 34 1 300 92 73 76.6 27.7 36.2 39.2 49.9 1934 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .. 1934 939 1560,911 13 7263 2140 112 12,0 35,95 215 79.9 29.7 36. 40.6 5391
939 174 122 1,122 34 d 30 269 796 119 70.9 23.7 33.4 38.2 53.9 1933 1933 939 5,361 615 6,64 241 7 1,799 5,14566240 92.1 2.96 32.9 43.7.
444 64910 7 77 1 324 715 123 99. 45.2 4 5.3 44.8 44.9 1934 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................... 1934 446 5,33 6,93 542 d 4 2,236 5,039 576 34.5 4.3 37.1
446 1,000 1,160 7 d 2 313 725 62.4 27.0 43.2 31.1 49.9 1933 1933 446 4,781 5,353 546 1,72 4,035 319 75, 31.2 41.4 37.0 9.1
400 413 1,905 2,405 81 1 51 1,524 354 63.4 21.5 33.9 38.9 61.4 1934 Long Island tLn1934 400 3,3989 10,117 1,315 562 14 3,543 10,414 1,1541 73.6 25.0 34.0 5.0 1.
400 4 1 99 2,465 90 1 14 1,339 620o 54.3 16 30. 9 34.5 63.5 1933 1933 400 3,279 9,969 13,45 559 5 2,59 9,133 2,197 2. 3 41.3 .
10,511 21,522 4,766 28,986 1,715 8,418 21,204 4,411 73. 2 29.0 39.7 36.5 49.8 1934 Pennsylvania 1934 10,511 151,777 33,476 205,363 11,919 220 59,990 148,599 36,126 72. 29.2 4. 35.6 49.1
10,516 23,510 4,220 30,375 1,779 8,279 20,041 6,992 66.0 27.3 41.3 32.0 48.5 1933 1933 1,921 131 2,77 178,64 12,340 169 49,338 125,751 32,629 70, 27.1 39. 35.6 50.5 1,1461 ,388 237 ,21 255 6 1,157 2,979 661 76.0 30.3 39.8 40.3 51.7 1934 Reading enrl1934 1,461 2,152 1,743 32,427 1,802 34 9,026 22,12 9,036 69.3 25.9 39.0 36.3 53.2
1,462 4,192 225 4,620 267 10 993 2,739 1,578 59.3 21.3 35.9 32.2 54.3 1933 Pocahontas Region: 1933 1,:462 2,35 1596 27,633 1,9099 20 6,583 18,706 6,971 67.7 23.9 35.2 37.1 5.
3,144 8,247 264 8,876 574 d 4 2,599 5,1379 2,709 57.9 29.2 50.4 23.2 40.1 1934 Chesapeake & Ohio l.e 1934 ,60,03 1,646 63,971 41 ,90 114 19,717 35,955 ,4 6. 29.3 21.9 39.1
3,153 10,177 226 10,776 639 7 3,13 5,637 4,019 52.3 29.2 55.9 19.9 35.9 1933 1933 3,14 54,992 1,395 5:9, 77 ,98174 90 17,330 33,50 19,750 5.3 4. 22.6 13 2,073 .1.,75o. 57.3 3 9 3 23 3.
2,14 6,1 6 6 97 31 14 37 1g8 65.1 35.8 55.0 23.9 36 1934 Norfolk & Western ... 194 2,16 20,102 93 4 2,61 2,420 6 14,0 2713,093 60.6 32.9 22. 3.
2,11440:49 1 2:9 340 12. 1934 1934 2,.2 45.0 993 46 039 0e3
2,267 60 3 350 1 1713 3,3 2,00o 49.2 25.2 5.2 19.3 9 1933 1933 2,235 34,81 77 36,2 2,450 25 10,732 21,662 1,7 59.9 29.1 1. 39.
-: ,. 2 32 1 1,094 2,456 .6,3R 16.7 4 44 2 .58 6 :6 1934 Atlantic Coast Line.. ..... 1934 5,11 1 ,90 3 2Z:1, 1 '221 7,70 ,626 3,01
;:M~i 2:0 22 2,516 197 1 1,012 2,320 92.2 402 43.6 42.5 .1 1933 1933 5,1 19,029 2,19, 2.fei5 1,314 770 691,3 3,391 7.
1,2 44 01 44 1 7,06 17,135323 4913 66 3,9 2 7 0.99 4.
1,927 94 101 1,150 64 1 372 953 95 82.9 32.3 39.0 4.4 .3. 1934 Central of Georgia .. 1934 1,927 6,24 6 7,4 4 4 2,797 6,763 274 76.3 35.6 1.2 39.7 456.1
1,92 7 1,070 1,258 66 397 942 23 74.9 30.9 4.1 34.9 46. 1933 1933 1,9 5,741 590 7,092 461 7 2,343 5,99 29 8 33.0 39. 3 .1 56.9
5,011 5,406 757 6,646 553 9 2,093 5,080 969 76.4 31.3 41.0 36.9 49.2 1934 Illinois Central... 1934 5,011 36, 537 537 5,25 3,891 39 13,024 33,759 7,060 74.6 29.9 39.6 37.6 50.4
5..014 5,791 923 7,119 559 1 1,96 4,675 1,909 65.7 26.2 39.9 32.5 49.4 1933 1933 5,014 34,398 4,270 42,46 3,909 41 11,427 30,211 9,079 7. 69 3. 66 5.
5,062 4,2 4 5,432 343 d 1 2,025 4,579 524 4-3 37.3 44.:2 375 44.5 1934 Louisville & Nashville 1934 5,o6 34964 2 971 41,079 2,402 26 13,564 31,206 776.0 3 3.7
5,126 5, 14 6,270 359 T= 1,96 4,301 1,647 69.6 29.9 43.4 31. 46.2 1933 1933 5,152 31.139 2,479 36,5032, 535,93 77.1 32.5 422 35.9 4
309 17 257 2,232 143 1 1,025 2250 100. 49 456 425 42.1 1934 Seaboard Air Line 1934 43 167 1 4 20,947 999 26 69 16,944 1622
4,373 1,924 182 2,301 141 7 793 1,959 !--2 95.1 45 05 39.3 46.2 1933 1933 4,394 15,962 1,04 19,117 989 17 6,537 15,333 1,651 90,2 34.2 35.6 4.4
6 4,961 676 6,076 247 12 2,096 4,992 593 80. 4 34.3 42.7 39.1 48.6 1934 Southern .. .94 6,64 1735 947 4 6,65 6,220 652 7,399 24 15 1,963 4,643 2,07 62. 25.2 40.1 32.0 50.9 1933 1934 36,739 320 14,91611, 12,966 31,369 8,347 70.9 29.1 41.0 35.1 49.6
1 29 2- o15- 931933 6,654 3719 4,50 4,2 1, 746 0 14,0 3392 734641 316 24 62 4. 1,636 64 67 892 45 1 271 7 6_._ 94.1 30.4 36.2 44.7 53.1 1934 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley. .............1934 1,643 5,52 399 6,454 314 4 1,563 4,961 193 75.3 24.2 32.2 42.9 56.9
1659 70 907 47 211 71.6 23.3 32.6 41.5 58.0 1933 1933 1,659 5,456 356 6,292 336 12 1,309 4,317 429 20.9 30.3 41.1 59.9
"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 Defict or other reverse items.
(Over)










Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION JULY,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 JULY, 1934 AND 1933 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH JULY, 1934 AND 1933
Maintenane Transportation antenance Transportation
Operating revenues Operating expenses expenses, expenses, Operating revenues Operating expenses Nt Oper- expenses, expenses, Average Net Oper- per cent of per cent of road, ad yea Average atin per cent of per cen of mle Met Oper- Region, road, id yew mil a tio of road Equipment railway ating Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road P- Equipment oAllpr- ratio operated Pas- l All oper- ratio ating ating ating ating operated Freight singer Total main- s *pr ating ating ating ating
eFreight ger Total Depre- Retire- main- Total ating (pe reve- ex- reve- ex- Depre- Retire- reve- ex- reve- exsenerciation ments tenance income- cent) nues penaese nues penses nues pense
(a) Cb) () (d) (e) (f) (6) (h) (1) (0) (k) (1) (m) (n) (0) (p) (q) (r) (a) t) (u) (v) (w) Cx) Cy) Cz) Caa) Cbb) Ccc)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)
Northwestern Region:
8,443 $5,191 $s $6,744 $372 89 $2, 80 85,417 $552 80.3 35.3: 43.9 37.8 47.1 1934 Chicago & North Western 1934 8,443 833,34 84,773 $4 ,015 2,609 $40 $16,151 836,351 81,71 84.5 37.5 4.4.4 39.6 46.8
8,443 5,915 998 7,681 382 3 2,16 5,062 1,03 65.9 27.5 41.8 32.1 148.9 1933 1933 9,443 31 022 4,916 40,331 2,616 49 14145 33,233 1,361 82.4 35.1 42.6 39.6 4.1
1,519 1,122 50 1,282 40 359 952 88 74.3 28.0 37.7 38.6 51.9 1934 Chicago Great Western .. ....... .. 1934 1,518 7,568 284 8,415 295 1 2,422 6,394 360 76.0 28.8 37.9 39.1 51.5
1,519 1,342 39 1, 46 341 908 285 62.3 23.4 37.6 32.3 51.9 1933 1933 1,519 7,235 285 8,050 320 1 2,244 6,016 284 74.7 27.9 37.3 38.6 51.6
11,163 6,23 589 7,5%84 543 32 2,899 6,229 315 82.1 38.2 46.5 37.1 45.2 1934 Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific- 1934 11,175 40,675 2,891 4,536 3,802 227 16,443 3,646 2,903 79.6 33.9 42.5 38.9 4.
11,207 7,1 54 8,413 54 184 2,780 5,986 1,359 71.2 33.11 46.5 32.4 5 1933 1933 11,238 40,367 2,985 47,904 3,837 242 14,685 36,014 4,286 75.2 30.7 4o.8 37.5 49.9
1,664 1,016 141 1,259 47 1 342 1,026 81 81.5 27.2 33.4 45.6 56.o 1934 Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha- 1934 1,664 6,785 738 8,175 329 2,263 6,857 306 83.9 27.7 33.0 47.1 56.1
1,692 1,320 138 1,562 47 21 369 1,028 369 65.8 23.5 3.8 35.3 53.7 1933 1933 1,717 6,729 739 8,077 333 L1 2,087 6,432 612 79.6 25.8 32.4 44. 56.2
8, ,5 45 6,695 293 1 2,296 4,770 1,245 71.36 34.2 47.9 30.3 42.6 1934 Great Northern ...... 1934 8, 56 30,762 2,322 36,497 2,067 26 12,144 27,433 4,421 75.2 33 33.9
8 &2 ,5 462 5,956 396 1 1,54 3,611 1,581 60. 26.0 42.9 27.6 .5 1933 1933 8, ~3 25,701 2,053 30,687 2,752 8,823 22,588 3,038 73.6 2 : 39 36.1o ,304 1,529 19 1,39 120 2 5 1,555 41 84.6 32.41 3 42.o 49.7 1934 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie.. 1934 4,304 10,850 609 12.525 845 3 4,297 10,702 85. 34.3 40.2 415 46
4,315 1,8211 14 2,129 133 6 1,49 325 70.4 28.4 14.3 33.9 4.1 1933 1933 4,328 10,335 566 11,899 947 11 4,00 lo,278 :86.4 34.3 39.7 42.0 4.6
6,746 3,692 413 4,5 3 45 235 3 1,526 3,714 673 81. 33.61 41.1 3:3 45.7 1934 Northern Pacific...--- -----1934 6,746 22,700 1,908 2,281 1,642 31 9,216 23,202 2,775 85.1 3. .7 39.3
64 3,697 34 0 4 398 362 7 1,324 3,274 835 744 30.1 40.4 3 .1 45.9 1933 1933 6,740 20,701 1,775 24.772 2,531 67 9,746 22,748 91.8
2.294 925 130 1,2o00 46 370 955 1_1 79.6 30.81 38.8 37.2 46.7 1934 Oregon-Washington R. R. & Navigation Co.- 1934 2,295 6,612 684 8,226 320 5 2,756 6,74 82.0 33. 40.9 6.9 .
2,296 1,069 91 1,334 314 955 71.6 23.51 32.9 36.9 51.6 1933 Central Western Region: 1933 2,310 5,599 560 7,o24 328 9 2,o081 6,o31 85.9 29.6 34.5 5 49.5
49 988 158 1,285 15 2 366 896 155 69.7 28.5 40.8 33.8 486.5 1934 Alton. ..................................... 1934 9o 5,431 914 7,411 102 2,130 5,778 168 78.o 28.7 36.9 39.9 51.2
979 948 187 1,281 15 284 905 260 62.9 22.1 35.2 33.2 52.8 1933 1933 99 55o 995 7,473 102 i 1,7 8 5,316 767 71.1 23.0 32.3 38.9 54.7
9,533 8,917 1,082 10,709 931 44 3,477 7,333 2,440 66.5 32.5 47.4 29.4; 43.0 1934 Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe.. ------------------1934 9,543 49,377 6,401 61,099 5,663 106 22,479 47,8649,255 78.4 36.8 47.0 33.9 43.2
9,712 7,619 1,293 9,579 817 1 13 3,115 6,604 2,300 6.9 32.5 47.2 29.51 42.9 1933 1933 9,732 43,046 6,586 54,470 5,728 75 20,376 44,643 4,363 82.0O 7.4 6 35.9 43.7
9,182 5,701 762 7,157 264 4 1,812 4,818 1,570 67. 25.3 37.6 33.6 9.9 1934 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ... 1934 9,182 36,040 3, 31 44,4 3 1,855 12 12,979 32,941 5,55 74.1 29.2 94 363 46.9
9529 7,9 49 6449 25. 216.24
9,246 6,1 852 7,79 274 7 1,755 4,646 2,216 59. 22.5 37.6 30.0 50.3 1933 1933 9,246 33,739 3:.6 41,943 1,926 2 10,776 29,902 5, 71.1 25,7 36.2 36.6 51.5 7,594 4,516 6 5,497 366 1,992 4,720 45 85.9 36.2 42.2 40.3 46.9 1934 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ...-1934 7,607 29,634 3,097 36,411 2,610 147 12,79 30,990 561 85.1 34.5 40.6 40.7 47.
7,611 4,998 72 5,976 378 74 1,998 4,523 728 75.7 33.4 44.2 34. 1 45.1 1933 1933 7,611 28,909 3,001 35,194 2,654 207 10,99 27,:05 2,212 79.0 29.8 37.8 39.7 50.3
2: 6 I, 125 1,56 ,223 133 7.o 364 440 33.6 .425 19J4 Denver & Rio Grande Western......9 6......... 193 14 2,506 79,533 477 9,63 59 3,492 7,556 95 4
229 4 75 95 29 60 3, 50 38 7.7 7..0 1933
241 1,149 165 1,4 57 1 326 867 07 60.7 22. 37.5 2. 46.9 1934 Los Angeles & Salt Lake ...................1934 1,241 7,772 869 9,374 30 2,440 5,996 1,710 64.0 26.0 40.7 28.4 44.4
1249 92 14 52 312 791 38 67.2 26.5 39.5 29.2 43.5 1933 1933 1,249 6,1 7 813 7,582 1 2,153 5,409 515 71.3 2. 39. 831.4 44.o
2,5o4 1300 127 1,542 76 4 22 1,194 44 77 4 33: 34 44 1934 Oregon Short Line ......-... 193 250 9,306 672 10,906 540 132
12 .9 32. 3 14 193o Gulf 31 3Cr17 7,92&0SantaIFe 2,50o 1,390 103 1,638 75 430 1,110 187 67:9 262 3.7 32.3 447. 1933 1933 2,504 9,722 726 10,320 570 1 2,702 7,228 25 70.0 26.2 37. 3.5
9,799 ,139 1,503 11,514 494 17 2,65 ,035 2,158 699 24.9 3.7 3.7 4 1 1934 Southern Pacific Companyaj ................ 1934 ,59 51,2 9,152 67,155 3 466 1 ,608 ,1 81 ,832 7.2 27.7 373 36.0 .6
9,0 2 3543 6 4 .31933 1933 9,08 10,913 8,737 5,972 3,666 3 15,8 ,1 1,679 .5 28.1 35.8 39.1 .6
3,769 4,782 57 5,798 341 1 1,6 3,841 1,170 66.3 28.4 42.9 29.7 44.9 1934 Union Pacific............. ................. 1934 3,768 29,884 2, 70 36,157 2,70 5 12 26,90 5,308 72.2 33.2 6. .
6 4 5,839 36 1 1,559 3,607 1,357 61.8 26.7 43.2 26.6 43.1 1933 1933 3769 26755 2,946 32,907 2,520 15 9,244 22,252 6,390 67.8 28.2 i15 30. 44.8





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1 918 1 117 55 1 1239 2 I 2 320 82Z 270 66.6 25.9 9 1 324 46.6 1934 So uhweste r d Regio n ta F ...1 3 8 : ,2 1,955. 32.1 44.2 1933 1933 1,955 6,295 2903 725 I i... 2,94 6,327 90.0 41.3 45.9 37.5 41.7
1955 1,023 8 203 95 : 3 ,57 3 2: 1 3& i 14 1. 1913 1,o93 11 1 3, 725 A"
3,294 1r979 155 2,37 i 1 1 632 1,694 298 71.9 26.8 37.3 33.6 46.7 1934 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines 1934 3294 12,773 1,072 15,4r46 e65 4V55N 11,913M1 3,294 1:923 168 2,28 70 3 627 1,578 323 69.0 27.4 39 30.4 44.1 1933 1933 3,294 11,179 1,009 13,592 49! 13 4,6 10,782 268 79.3 30.1 37.9 36.2 .
7,59 5,650 376 6,540 395 4 4 2,345 5,o94 649 77.9 35.9 46.o 34.0 43.7 1934 Missouri Pacific .......... ...................1934 7,360 36,556 2,166 42,606 2:779 13 14596 32,817 4,541 77.0 34.2 44. 34.8
7,412 5,872 371 6,739 361 5 1,983 4,531 1,433 67.3 29.41 43.8 30.6 N4.5 1933 1933 7,412 32,573 2,057 39,083 2,563 30 12,1o4 29,259 3,84 76, 31.8 36.5 47.5
5,119 2,864 222 3,354 254 1 1,4o9 2,833 228 84.5 42.o 49.9 35.6 42.2 1934 St. Louis-San Francisco ................... 1934 5,181 19,929 1,346 23,291 1,791 39 9,183 19,085 2,098 91.
5,267 2,950 212 3,19 265 4 1,333 2,673 414 78.2 39.0 49.9 32.0 40.9 1933 1933 5,267 19,995 1,258 21,977 1,955 53 8,735 17,879 39.8 4.9 32 4.0
1,811 1,239 20 1 308 42 300 09 263 61.9 22.9 37.1 28.1 45.5 1934 St. Louis Southwestern Lines.............. 1934 1,43 9,o46 9 1 2036 5,712 66 2
1, 85 1,185 17 1:247 43 1 268 758 22 60.7 5 35.4 29.7 47.2 1933 1933 1,902 73017 99 7 3 1315 5,1752 4.
4,447 2,000 217 2, 1 d 3 1,093 2,368 d 94.2 43.4 46.1 3 4.1 1934 Texas & New Orleans15,55 86.2 3 1 4,47 1,940 190 2, 134 1,31 19 04.
81.3 33.7 41.4 3 .9 43.o 1933 1933 4,520 12,91 1,319 16,17 979 g 5,673 13,911 86.0 35.1
1,950 1,574 1 1,94o 100 536 1,272 409 65.6 27.6 42.1 28.0 42.7 1934 Texas & Pacific 193- 1,950 10,135 1,076 12,4 691 4 3,470 a,47, 1,950 1,535 1 1,957 101 523 1,235 375 66.5 2.2 42.3 28.7 43.2 1933 & Pacific1934 1,950 10135 17 12,58 71 1 3,0 95 2___.7_______.2 ____933____1933 1,950 9,357 959 11,594 731 10 3,269 8,154 1,959 70.4 28.2 1 '.

"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income," modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent." 17100. POINTING
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