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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


Statemnt No. M-150
AUGUST, 1934


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 AUGUST, 1934 AND 1933 FOR EIGHT MONTHS ENDED WITH AUGUST, 134 AND 1933

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expensesMaintenanc
expenses, expenses. expenses.
Average Net Oper- percent of percent of AverageNt Oper- percent of
Aves Equipment railway eating miles Equipment railway sting
of road All oper- ratio Region, road, and year of road All oper- ra
operated Freight Passen- Ai- t ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- operated Freight Passen- Total mainte- Total ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
op ra ed Fr ig tTotal ma nte- Totalget income* cent) s ina inat na in
Depre- Retire- nance income- cent) eating sting eating eating Depre- Retire- nance iet niin
ciation mets reve- ex- rve- ex- ciation merts
nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) ( ) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (as) (bb) (cc)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

201,062 #198,422 $30.47 $ 251,601 14,013 66 77,304 $188,59 35,220 74.t 30.7 41.0 35-3 3 1-1 19314Total-Roads listed herein .................................19314 201,226 $1, Z57,2614 $215,219 $1,947,337 $112,3a $2,666$86W4,12 1 454, 46 266,614 74.7 31.1 141.6 35.6 147.6
202,399 212,997 30049 264,340 13,36 1,27 7,387 160.7P 53:976 66. 29.7 43.4 31.7 3 1933O 1933 202,973 1, 6,699 200,276 1,767,911 108,3+ 8,547 526,237 1,307,79 29,531 73.1 29.5 .40. 35.14 1-
22,399 212,997 .New England Region:
2,038 2,213 614 3,32 133 910 2, 494 ;00 1: 50 27.3 36 .40.1 53.9 91931 Boston & Maine ...................................................1933 2,051 19,690 4,7650 27,50 1,1071 7 7,345 19,76'596,7716 026373.
2,061 2,7A 603 3,19 137 1,062 2,680 770 667 27.2 39. 35.5 51.7 19 33113 :6 903 4472,4 ,07 7 :4 9714757. 67 3
211 698 20 145 8.0 30.9 8.2 4.14 49:Z 19314 New York, New Haven., & Hartford............_19314 2,0D9 26,901 14,294 4,650 2,617 63 13,696 35,406 4.0 75.9 29.4 3. .9 1.2
2,0 3 7 2,19 :9 2:5, 3327 13 1,722 420 910 70 4.5 : 1933Gr 1933 2,069 25,391 13,303 43:,614 2,656 21 12,321 32,14 4,602 732 26.1 36.4 37.6 5.
6488 8 1,97 4' 90 148 o ,2 71 737 676 16 0 861 1,75'800 A ]a 103.6 49.5 147.6 40.4 9. 19314 Delaware & Hudson ..............................................1...84.14,21D015,813.613.116.3,14..d1617 1. 1
am46 1,940 138 1,237 7666103 1,75600780 59 4,0 33 6 3- 193 652 12,393 7214 13,997 613 614 6,06613:4149 da96.1 43.5 45.3 119:4.
992 2,519 571 3, 55 213 9 1,130 2,965 228 8.3 31. 37.6 43.9 52.7 1934 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western. .... 1934 993 22,209 4,396 30,266 1,696 12,14 24,035 3,231 79.4 29.4
99 2,631 573 3,883 217 1 1 1,054 2,901 555 7 -7 27.36. 40.0 535. 1933 1933 99 20,213 4,268 26,299 1,733 10 8,N7 22,669 2,056 6.1 26.69
2,304 4:,99 525 6,020 31 6 1,979 1 4,669- 1,6 g 2.9 2.14 3714 46.3 1934 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) ...........1933 2,316 4 9371 ,170 226 3 7, 971 1.1 349.
6:439 22 71 24:9 30X 1 3: 3 3 92, 71 29 1.,
2,316 5916 529 69513. 00 3 2 2071 47314 117 1 29.6 136 22 1472 33 193 36 3978 51 14233,5 1141141.6966.
1,007 1,135 67 1,3235 544 1,310 d 99.1 4.1 141.5 5 46. .469 1914 Grand Trunk Western.......................... 19314 1,00 10,614 Z 55 12,263 616 2 4,210 10,199 609 83 .2 3 4.3 41.: 11.0 4
1,0=6 1,163 7 1,372 6 539 1,220 8 9.0 39.3 44.2 41.14 46.6 19 3 1933 1,00=4 9,033 46 10,167 655 25 3,698 9,203 A 40 90. 5 36.3 42.14,3a 4.
1,5 2,395 29 ,62 1 7 969 2,670 92.6 6. 50.0 14-.0 194 Lehigh Valley ............................................ 19314 1,3514 23,367 1,643 26,990 1, 2 7,132 21,030 3,25677.9 26.1 .9 565
1,3 3,112 233 3,562 20 2 1,016 2,611 6 72.9 26.4 39.0 37.7 51.8 1933 1933 1,360 21,111 1,516 24,573 1 7,14 19,617 2,243 79.6 29.2 36.6 142.7 53.5
1,12 16,214 4,662 24,0.5 1,2693 15 ,7,169 1,1r6 2 76.9 31.2 4.0.6 .6 37.6 49.2 14 New York Central _/ .................................. ..193146 ,101,412 139,039 36,2140 199,360 10,144 6 60345146,726 216 30.3 4
1,4314 19,0149 5,215 27,1423 525 695 ,311 19,o914 1,45 9.6 30.3 43.5 32. 46.8 1933 1933 11,14314 127,970 33,667 164,763 4,206 5.549 53,150 133,923 21,69 72.14 26.6 39.7 3.-4.
1,6911 797 6. 1 N.6 19314 NewYork. Chicago & St. Louis............ 1934 1,691 21.136 592 22,511900&245,
1,691 2,657 120 2, 116 759 1,91 5656 6.227. 1.9 .6 1933. 1933 1,691 1,761 590 20,112 970915 1,117 3,970 66.66"2 2. 37.2 31. 51.
2,230 1,77 105 1,9142 185 713 1,612 131 6-3.0 36.7 4.2 4 36.1 4 19314 r Pere qtte.................................................1i933 2,305 13,35 1794 239 1,5155 5,261152,7162 143.6 37.9 1:
2.,29 : 97 2,129 193 712 1,591 331 74.6 .33.5 44.6,3U 46.0 1933 1933 2,305 13.32 1+.02 1,545 : 31,91 2 7 3.7 4
234 1,166 47 1,273 194 60 1,27117 ?3 67 5.7 5"6 52.0 314.6 39.14 19314 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ....................................1914 2314 0 9,675 32 10,5961,558 6d1_1 4,305 6,613 2,4 1 61.3 1O.6 50.0 3
2 1 1,014 1,6 16 656 1,22697 7 72.1 36.6 53.6 26.3 39.1 1933 1933 233 6,642340o,9 11501 '7 36,52 2,005 79.9 4o.2 5.327 140
: 9 2:7 196 3,172 146 1 14 2,493 227 786.6 7.:9 3.6 49.1 19314 Wabash.......... . . ...Re..o..:.19314 2,1457 22,937 1,333 25,916 1,17 10 7,3147 19,200 2,90074.1 28. 3 3.
2,7675 9 6 30 71 =3 7 ;
2 2911 223 3,339' 146 11 1,025. 2:496 355 74. 30.7 41.1 36.1 48.3 1933 1933 2,1478 20,916 1,305 23,894 1,181 69 7,152 18,620 1,128 77.9 29.9 3 39.3
S 9474 1,004 3,072 2,14 4 27 1 194 Baltimore & Ohio ...........................................191 769,51 6,447 92, 5,24 6
6:64 12,219 1,070 14,21 656 5 36 6,612 4,029 60 25.14 141. 2.2 46.2 1933 1933 6,03 72,700 6,150 6I,236 3,376 514 20,52 36. ,33.2
690 1,679 2,356 147 d 1 534 1,717 55 22. 31.1 41.7 57.2 19314 Central of New Jersey ...................................... 1934 690 15,201 3,091 19,527 1,201 195 4,s49 13,883 2,311 71.1 24.8 34.9 40.0 56.2
692 1,63 7 2,526 1717 ---___ 567 1:675 275 66.3 22. 33.9 314 56.0 1933 1933 692 13,654 2,965 17,795 637 639 4,523 12,697 1,672 725 25.14 35.1 0.5
939 a 6 161 1,136 21 2 283 64 110 74.2 214.9 33.5 37.5 50.14 19314 Chicago & Eastern Illinois......................193-1 939 6,657 7714 6,622 21 2,376 2263 .1 26.2 3..2 50.6
$76,112 5 79, 05 275 1 2 96,291 d.0 6 26.9 336-2.
939 6714 178 1,161 34 7 300 635 133 71,9 25.9 36.0 36.6 50.9 1933 1933 939 6 792 11 2,09 107 332
446 66- 771 7 306 7093 2 3 591.5 39.9 1436 41.9 "45. 19314 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern-..............................- 19341441 46 6,518 7,2514 619 4 2,5445537 79.2 35.144.
446 I,= 1,205 7 349 645 26.9 14 31.1 4.2 1933 1933446 5,922 16,55 6214 .0 2,020 14,61 ,6 .73. .30. 142.0 3.9 4.
400 1,752 2,266 61 46 1,4j454 265 63.7 20.7 32.5 36.2 60.0 1934 Long Island ...................... ................ 19314 400 3 5 11,69 16, 14 4,012 11,656 1,143972.1 214.14 33.6 4.1 61.2
400 U7 1,605 2,406 60do4 1,393 523 57.9 19.5 33.6 35.7 61.7 1933 1933 400 3,76 11,61 16,25 639 5 3,327 10,526 2,720 d1. 20-5 31.6 1.033
O,220,0 3 1 2.13 6:2 5.6 147.6 191: Pennsylvania......................................... 191 10,411 1,90 ,,9 233,51 13,657 22 6,0 169,97 9,629 72.6 29.1 40.1 34.6 4.0
10,511 20,153 5,016 26,166 1,736 6,074 20 3:0 484-53. 5 :63 4.8 enyvna........-........... 9 071 119o ;,9 3:4
10,516 25,270 14,35 32,901 1,792 163 9,670 217 7466.1 29. 445 30.5 1.1 1933 193 10, 93 156,6(0 3,712 21 ,5 7 13,132 332 58,009 1147,497 40, 253 69.7 27.4 39.3
1,461 3,455 249 ,912 21 6 1,036 2,673 937 73. 26.5 36.1 39.6 54.2 19314 Reading ................... .....................1934 1,461 32,607 1,992 36,339 2,056 40 9,14144 25,0114 a,673 68.6 26.0 37.6 67 5.
1,462 14113 21 4537 26 10 1,026 2,6907 1,79 619 22.6 36.5 33.3 53.6 19 33 933 142 6,71,12211 21530,09153 6140 6. 2.7 514 66 547
4: 21 4: 3 ocahntasRegin: 1 3 1462 9,47 1,81 32,71 2153 0 7 09oca5138ntas.6Region:35
,14 ,2 250 9,036 547 41 2,539 5,072 2,971 56.1 26.1 50.1 22.9 WO.6 1934 Chesapeake & Ohio ................1.............................193 3,132 6, 1,96 73,527 521,257 141,026 24,065 .1 51. 2
3,155 10,.36 232 10,767 566 12 2,969 5,533 1,095 51.14 27.6 53.7 19.5 38.0 19 3 1933 3,149 65,119 1,617 69,014 4,761 103 20,299 39,0:4 22,8145 56.14 29.3 52. 0 36.7
2,184 5,613 1 768 6,002 340 46 1,965 3,7 ,669 63.1 33.1 52.5 23.0 36.5 1934 Norfolk & Western................................. 19314 2,166 46,015 1,161 46,696 2,761 531 16,024 29,54 14,77360.9 32.9 54.0 22.6 37.
2,239 7- 7,399 349 14 2,115 3,649 3,092 52.0 26.6 55.0 16.6 35.6 1933Southern Region: 1933 2,232 41,961 913 44,241 2,799 39 12,6147 25,10 14,141 57.7 29.0 50.4 22.6 39.2
,945007238 2,3 1AtlanticCoastLine......2,......919314 5,1620,660 3,756o27,2Coast6Line9............................ 193 5,14 20"0 3,721746 1,390 d 2 79,21 ,o14 75.8 31.5 1.6 36 6.
5,o12 1935 209 232 15 2312 97-1 4 1.1455 435 44 1933 5 ,2964 3129 26,06 1500 110o19,443399 72.5 30.3 417.7
1,9 87 697 104 1,100 4 90 6 29.4 3.7 40 0 48 4 19314 Central of Georgia. ...................................... 1931 4 1 927 ,9417 16 667 85 34.6 40.
1,927 696 86 1,077 66 5960 19 a16 33.4 0 37.9 46.3 1933 1933 1,9407 6639 666169 527 7 2,702 6,875 47 4.2 331 39. 9. 6.9
5,010 5,6 14 7 551 2,060 ,176 1,221 73.0 29.4 4.2 3;.9 49.1 19M14 Illinois Central. .............-19314 5,1 42,217 547152,351 4,432 40 15,104 36,935 6,26 714.14 2.9 3. 35
5,015 5,265 1, 1 553 2,146 Z.926 1,313-72.5 31.6 43.6 5 46.2 19331933 5,14 39,651 5,317 49,252 4,462 45 13,573 35,137 9,391 71.3 27.6 36.6 3:2 50.7
5,062 4,594 5 5:449 345 61 1,756 4, 2 36 79.1 4 2.3 40.6 3 6.1 4.0 19314 Louisville & NashvilleO................07 3,176 4 7 2,7147 25 15,322 35,531 6,311 76.14 32.9 13.1 35.1 46.0
5,121 5,600 3914 6,350 3551,983 4 1,609 70.3 31.2 44.4 32.0 45.5 1933 1933 5,146 367' 2,67 + 3 2,670 10 13,651 32,597 7,41 76.1 32.3 12.5 3. 4.3
14,309 1,961 221 2,312 1143 1 99 ,19.64 Seaboard Air Line........................... -19314 14,309 18,613 2,225 23,258 1,1141 27 6,599 19,215 1,572 2.6 3 .0 1414.62.6.
6,6 5,094- 717 6,30 233 12 2,1 5,Z:0 8 1,00 79. 33.5 42.0 3: 47.1 19314 Southern............. .....................-193-- 6,615 ,253 5,221 52,199 1,966 96 16,549 39,030 8,045 714.6 31.7 142.14 36.14 .7
6,64 5 533 621 6,700 250 15 1,9 669 3 69.7 29.0 41.6 31 4 49.3 1933 6,651 4 2,271 Z,441 50,922 1,996 1214 14,609 36,036 9,770 70.8 29.1 41.1 309.5

1,636 773 76 696 46 26 750 d .763.7 29.935.144:.9 53.7 19314 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ...................... 19314 1,6142 6,315 475 7,350 361 4 1,631 5,611 117 76.3 24.9 32.6 1 4.1
1,659 ,951 55 1 .oo007 491 1 1 2671 9.21 2-5 3: 1 6 2 52.311933 1933 1,659 6,351 411 7,299 365 13 1,575 5,014 527 66.7 21.6 31.1 4.14 5
"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.
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Subet to revision- INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION AUGUST, 193

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES OF LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-SELEVTED ITEMS FOR ROADS WITH ANNUAL OPERATING REVENUES ABOVE $25,000,000-Continued.

FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1934 AND 1933 FOR EIGHT MONTHS ENDED WITH AUGUST, 1934 AND 1933

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses
expenses, expenses, expenses, expenses.
AverageNet Oper- percent of percent of
miles Equipment railway ating miles Equipment
of road All oper- ratio Region, road, and year of road Passen- All oper- ratio
Passen- ating (per- Oper- Oper- opeor-e FrihtTtaer-t- oa
operated Freight ge Total mainte- Total sting (per- per Oper 0per 0per operated Freight Total mainte- Total
gor Depre- Retire- nance income*Depre- Retire- nance eve ex- revs- ax-
ciation ments reve- ax- rave- ex- ciation ments
nues penses nues penses nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (0) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa) (bh) (cc)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

Northwestern Region:
,443 $570. 91 $,0 5 $2,174 #5,3 $1,205 7. 29.4 4o.1 J5.2 M8.0 19 41 Chicago & North Western ..............- ........ 19; 3 14 $ ,07341 D:50, $299 $18*,117
',4 3 82' 95 19 255 2,19 :"41 3 :, W" 2:8 42.o 14 ,.511 73,7
4 95 ,3 3 5 28.7 3 48.9 1933 1 3 ,443 3 5,902 865 2,997
1,518 1,399 5 583 40 389 1,035 289 65:4 24.6 37.6 33.3 50.9 1934o Chicago Great Western -----... 1934.,518 -,956 3-9,9-7 35 1 2,811 7,19.2 69 7I. 32?1 9::r 1 2
1,519 1,258 1,383 14 1 352 916 196 66.2 25.5 38.5 33.5 50.6 1933 1933 1,519 1,3 1 9,33 33 2 2,596 6,932
11,163 7,359 628 8,78 5 4 3:1 6,780 1,004 77.2 35.9 416:j 3.5 43.4 1934 Chicago, Milwaukee. St. Paul & Pacific.... 1934 .11,174 4U8,034 3,51 5 1 4.,34 264 34..2 4.3.1 38.0 4.0
11,223 7,007 609. 8,360 2, 6159 1 19477 35. 3.3 43.8 1933 1933 11,236 ",175 3,595 ,385 31-,173 75.0 31.. 36.7
1,6612,107 25 73.3 23.1 31 5 4 0 9 Chicago St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha. 1934 1,664 8,0 90 9,685 37 d 12 2 611,6 .
1,692 1,25 1 1,513 4.7 34 1,002 3 66. 23.0 03.7 36.1 5.' 1933o 1933 1,714 7,94. 83 9,590 380 1 2.35 7,09,35 958 7.5'25.4. 32.8" 3.30. 6. 0 7o35
47 349 1,o0 23 32 513
,38,328 6,30 .33 7,367 289 4 2,159 4,882 1,718 66.3 29-.3 44.2 29, .9 4 4.4 193 Great Northern 2................................................... 19 ,2,75 3, 2 :3 2 1,30 32,316 6 9 73.7 3 3
70. 2:r 9 94 5:54.
8,15 ,22 378 7,155 396 3 1,731 3,970 2,8. 5. 42 436 2. 591933 192,43 37d11 2 10,554 26,557 5,2 702 7.397 3.1 46
4,34 1,781 144 2097 120 2 547 15 93 731 26.1 5 7 37 2 9 1934 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 1934 4304 12631 753 14622 965 5 4, 12,23 252 837 33.1 .6 1.9 .9
4.,315 1,972 135 2,288 126 7 637 1,571 4 7 27.8 5 40. 32.8 79 1933 1933 4.,326 12,306 701 14,1897 1,073 18 4.,716 11,19 135 83.5 33.2 39.8 40.5 4..5
6,76 4,920 338 5,764 235 29 1,623 4,069 1,410 70.6 28.2 6.01934 Northern Pacific... ...................1934 6,76 27,620 2,246 1,877 60 10,
6, 20, 90 1,:9 325 4. ------------------ --------- 3,46 6. 46. 27:620. 33,04 1. 677 27,2,
6,748 4,288 308 Z:961 361 13 1 3:3 1,361 67.5 28.2 4 30.2 4.47 1933 1933 6,741 24.,909 2,083 29,732 2,892 111% 26,095, 3 2.
2,293 1 ,2 1 4.3 64 4.8 1,161 377 S:2 27.4 42.1 28.8 44 .1 1934 Oregon-Washington R.R. & Navigation Co._193 2,2295 ,6,7 5 8,080 376 79 24,6 694 dha2 .9 28.6
g7 1933193 230 a. 74453840.8467
2,296 1,13 93 1:;A 4 1 326 943 177 .1 23.5 34.5 35.0 51.4W 1933 Ce0a 6 376 9n:
949 963 208 1,307 15 457 1,007 69 77. 34.9 45.4 34.S8 45.2 1934 Alton. ---------------.......-------------------1934 950 6,34 1,13 8,:71 116 2,587 6,78526 7. 2.7 31 39103
979 903 274, 1,326 15 1 292 817 270 611:6 22.0 35.7 32.2 52.2 1933 1933 979 6,3 1 798 117 2,009 6,4071.7 28 3.8,7P
942 17 ,, 929A 4 : 7, :, 7:j ;:0 4:j .o 4: 319; Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe ...................... 1934 9,542 57,427 7,475 71.031 6,252 11 2,96,0 55 352 014 0 3:6 33:6 11.'
988 806 7, 435 262 191 1 1 1 ,7 69.4 26.7 39. y8.5 6 48.9. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ---.---- 1934 9,181 41,909 4.,337 1, 2,117
9:19 ;,881 7,371 274 H 1:917 Z:5 :8 65.8 26.0 39.5 3.2 4991 1933 9,248 39,567 4,2 4:9314 2,200 d5 12,692 3,653, 70 703 2. 6. 59 5.
7,594 4, 548 6,023 364 10 1,949 4,0887 464 81.2 32.4 38.3" 4.7.2 1934 Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific .................... 193 7, 4 : 4,",4 2,974, 157 1527 3,578,
7,611 4., 544 5,431 378 65 2,096 4:,560 161 94.0 38.6 46.0 36:; 4.413 1933. 7 V? 331755, 546.. 40 2 ,973. 1573 12,527 35,72106 81.3662 4.s 4.. ..
42. 1333,4 4o,65 302 273 1,9 3266 2,373 79.7 310 38.9 39.3 4.
2,636 1710 124. 1,94 85 2 672 1,487 230 76.6 4 2 331 3.21934 Denver & Rio Grande Western .................... 1934. 2,52 1 43 602 11 680 ,164 9,13 1,195 78.2 6.0 46.0 42.1
6 170 14 192 J 464.2 27 01 9:
2,438 1,366 93 1,544 455 1,014 380 657 29.. 8 28.6 43-5 1933 37,o1 1,159 76. s1.6 59.9 R1 42.
1,23 .1,1 1,458 52 8_ 372 917 7294 6.9 25.5 4.6 g. 1::33 1934 Los Angeles & Salt Lake .................................. 193 1,24 78,51 1,0 1,832 4 2,813 6,91 2,063, 2.
1,2491 98 12 1,169 50 304 770 157 65.9 26.0 39.5 294 461933 1933 1297059587140-215 ,7 7 06 2. 98 3. 4.
250 2,046 126 2,310 7 104 621 1,431 5 61 26.9 3.4 27.8 44.9 1934 Oregon Short Line- 1934 2,504 11352 798 13,217 612 135 3 9,351 1.1 31.7
2: 1,586 1 1, 77 420 1,11 34 61:4 23.2 37. 31.0 50.5 1933 1933 2,504 10,308 836 12,129 61.7 3,19 8,339
8,799 8,258 1,468 10,874 493 18 2,828 7,967 1,891 7.3 26.0 3.5 35-8 U8,9 1934 Southern Pacific Company &/ ------------------------ 1934 ,5 60,100 10,620 78,029 ,959 99- 21,436 57,797 71t-. 37.1 36.0 48.6
7,009 1351 521 20 2901 1,169 27.8 6 .8 1933 1933 929 51,73 79.7 38.7
9,6 1 9 28 32,9746. 7 3, 71.1 32.678,O792 14391 29.9 42
3376 6D3 37 14 1,971 4,383 1 ,42 -5. 29.4 45.o 27.9 42 .6 1934 Union Pacific .................................. 1934 3,76 35,4.97 3,413 42,851 2, 2 67.0 28.2 42, 29.9 97.5'O
3:5,776Z14561,6763458971,28276.1 28.0 45.1 27.1 4.3.6 193 Southwestern Region: 1933 3,7611 31,491 3,51.0 38,583 2,887 16 10,86 2,11 76
1,918 905 65 1,0,4 2 326 856 46 2.0 2 38.1 39.1 47.6 19;4 Gulf, Colorado & Sante Fe.............. 1934 1,918 6,86 37 7,4 572 13 3,4.18 7,33 j__g 9. .6 3.6 3.6 4.
1,955 862 50 977 87 392 6 3 W:3 Z:2 4-5 37.0 4.19 1933 1933 1,955 7,146 330 8010 812 3,296 7,189 9 37.5 ",1.8
3,9 :17 174 2,2 81 2 775 1,850 106 7p.7 33.:4 41.9 34.*2 42.9 1934 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines................... 1934. 3,24 14: 6r 1,246 17,769 646 1 5,3331,913,663 1,212 76.924 30.081 39.0o56035.0;345.56
9.3 172 2,247 70 65 43-3 1933 1933 380 8 1 24 12,465
7:111 5131 6,261 _3 5,31Z: 3 "18 80.6 5:9 1:4.5 35.4 4.3.9 1934 Missouri Pacific......................--------------1934 7,8 42,179 2:5 % 96 J74 15 16. 9545,3
7,5 5392 396 6,590 395 2 2 4.69 56 73-9 3 9 45.8 32.6 U-1 193 1933 7:4.2 37,958 2 33 34 924 37 16,958 338096. 3 2 4.
J936 24 ,9 5 1,407 2964 917 30.2 1 33. ;19 13. St. Loui-Sad Francisco .... ................. 1934 5,171 2j:165 1 ,9 26,986 2,046 380 10,590 22,0419 2,6 8. 392 40 3.129
2956 1,5 .,", 2 1 P 2 9 2,2.2 3


?697 26 327 2 760 66 -3. 315 39 1933 1933 5,267 25, 10,157,9
1,811 1,022 20 11 9 3 36.0 .o 6 1934 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ......................- 1934 1,39 9,06 1646 341 1 238 6,615.
1,885 1,022 16 105 43 4 1 27 774 10 71.3 27 38.: 4 1. 8 4.6 19 3 1933 1900 8,039 19 8,529 347 3 2,113 5,949 1,03 6.7 0.0 35.5
4,147 2,127 253 2,1W 133 11 994 2,336. AA 86.2 36:7 4.25 35.5 41.2 1934 Texas & New Orleans ............... .......---1934 4,470 16,598 1,648 20,757 1,076 1 8,055 17,890862 3. 4.0 3.?02
44, 1963 223 2,. 13 03 1,986 do 0 3 42.2 3. 422 1933 1933 4,516 14,04 1,541 1,656 1,113 3 6:.510 15897.
16 841 43 1,243 37 67.5 26.2 38.9 29.5 1934 Texas & Pacific 19 4 11,59g 1,241 14,499 797 4, 9,:
1,50 1 &. 10 629 101 M 3 1 67.5 26.4 39.1 29.9 U2 1933 1933 9 16 1,01 13,213 832 10 3 9 9, 7 0
1:995' 11.s :o~.MN '29.T~i 'S 14, 4b 1 1:
*KNet railway operating- income' Ie derived from 'Railway. operating Income', modif ied by debite and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and PJoInt facility rent.'
A/ Includes returns for southern Pacific Steamehip Linee.
I/ Deficit or other reverse Iteme.
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