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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


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 DECEMBER, 1934 AND 1933 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER, 1934 AND 1933

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
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AeaeNet 0per- percent of percent of Average Equipmperraileyratnn
Average Equipment railway eating miles Equipment railway ating
of roadAll oper- ratio Region, road, and year of road Passen All oper- ratio
osrad Preight Total ainte- Total ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- operated Freight Total maints- Total ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- 0per-
operated Freight ger Dante income* cent) eating eating eating eating ger Depre- Retire- nance income- cent) sting atig ating sting
Depre- Retire- nance rave-rex rave- ex
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nues penses nues penses nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) i) (3) (k) (1) (m) (n) (0) (p) (q) (r) (s) t) (u) (v) (w) (x) y) (z) (a) (bb) (cc)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

200,57 $176,314 $30,166 $230,330 $13,204 $947 $6:,454 $174,452 $34,577 75.7 28.4 37.5 38. 5 07 1934 Total-Roads listed herein .... ................. 1934 201,013 $2,324,126 $3214,525 $2,914,198 $167,136 $4,270 $87,309 $2,175,616 $412, 574.7 30. 35.9 4.
201,699 169,204 27,572 219,013 13,514 1,770 166,723 314,61 76.1 29.7 39.0 37.6 9.7 1933 1933 202,652 2,201,728 309,951 2,760,692 163,039 14,218 615,431 2,006,089 423,343 72.7 29.6 40.6 35.1 4.3
New England Region:
2,036 2,352 566 3,. 91 133 d 125 2 2 1,923 1,190 55.1 7.9 143 142.7 77.5 1934 Boston & Maine ................ ............ 1934 2,047 29,236 6,763 42,156 1,6014 125 11,046 30,972 6,894 73.2 26.2 35.6 05.
2,061 2,164 640 3,371 137 d 4 945 2:626 4119 77.9 26.0 36.0 43.2 55. 1933 1933 2,061 29,024 6,595 41,677 1,654 96 n1,439 30,390 7,069 72.6 27.3 37. 66 5.
2,068 3,038 2,006 5,774 326 4 1421 4: 501 74.6 24.6 33.0 405 54.2 1934 New York, New Haven, & Hartford-.--- 1934 2,070 39,401 21,636 69,263 3,922 do 20,059 ,714 5,617 76 1 29.0 361 39 .1
2,068 2,970 2,099 5,837 331 a 1,719 4A0615 75.5 29.5 39.0 37.9 50.2 1933 1933 2,069 38,637 2,475 67,225 3,983 51 19,18 49,227 7,695 73.2 26.5 39.0 37.3 51.0
Great Lakes Region:
69 1,614 62 1,615 149 237 A-- 931 933 51.3 4.0 78.0 1934 Delaware & Hudson ...... ...... 1934 649 20,630 1,136 23,176 991 4068,91 20362 2,119 67. 93.74 4.366 49
649 1,679 100 1,6636 177 1 31,705 135 90.5 40.3 4.5 40.3 44. 1933 1933 651 19,752 1,113 22,176 922 12 9 ,12261,017 91.44
992 2,527 565 3,564 215 a ,90 2,912 243 86-7 27.2 333 46:.8 57.2 1934 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western1934 993 32,56 64 339'593 2,517 140 12,469 35,507 4,4 79.6 29.0 35.2 4.1 5.3
998 2,536 607 3,604 217 5 13060 265 64.9 29.5 34.6 47.2 55.6 1933 1933 996 31,161 6,43 43,339 2,600 34 12,556 34,777 3,0 0.2 290 33.3
2,304 4 ,63 428 5,589 320 d 1 1,564 4,196 790 75.1 28.3 37.7 3.6 56 1934 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) ............ 1934 2,311 63,967 5,223 75,064 4,378 16 22,060 54,311 12,700 72.4 29.4 40.6 35.9 49.6
2,316 4,679 464 5,590 384 T- 1,797 4,361 759 78.0 32.0 41.0 38.0 6.7 1933 1933 2,316 61,009 5,475 72,066 4,74 137 21,285 51,613 12,523 71.6 29.5 41.2 34.9 4.6
1,007 1,140 67 1,317 6 43 1,153 76 7.9 30.7 3.9 1 56.9 1934 Grand Trunk Western----- 1934 1,007 15,056 07 17,159 927 12 6,046 14,667 392 63.2 40.7 2.6 1.4
1,008 957 72 1,130 62 1 370 1,022 d 11 90. 32.6 36.2 47.2 52.2 1933 1933 1,006 13,099 752 1,959 961 30 5,729 13,725i, 95 918.6 36.3 41.7 442 46.2
1,354 2,26 242 3,316 199 d 2 706 2,428 742 B 2 21.3 29.1 44.2 60-3 1934 Lehigh Valley-- 1934 1,354 34,463 2,446839,667 2,296 d 339 10,193 30,922 039 77.6 256 3 .
1,3 2,700 257 3,160 199 928 2,638 291 0 29.2 35.2 46.1 55.6 1933 1933 1,359 32,638 2,414 38,177 2,449 5 11,116 30,232 ,106 79.2 29.1 36.6 42.1 53.6
11 402 16,220 5,300 24,632 6867 d 4 7,985 19,444 1567 78-9 32.4 41.1 :6 49.0 1934 New York Central a/ ......................................----1934 11,402 204,155 54,753 295,085 14,66 ,92 91,753 224,172 29,152 76.0 31.1
11,415 14,667 5,015 22,676 653 _70 7,412 17,916 2,233 76.3 32.4 41.4 37.4 47.6 1933 1933 11,415 194,267 53,232 263,341 6,439 6,200 64,622 207,923 33,269 73.4 L29.9 0 59 46.
1,691 2,449 71 2,611 126 3 65 1,693 444 72.5 24.7 34.1 38.6 53.5 1934 New York, Chicago & St. Louis .................. 1934 1,691 31,066 909 33,144 1,394 6 6,411 22,692 5,509 68.5 25.4 3 35.1
1,691 2,300 63 2,59 113 6 1,727 40 70.2 24.8 35.4 37.6 53.6 1933 1933 1,691 28,542 938 30,646 1,7 7 7,652 2,735 5,21767.7 25.0 36.9 51.0
2,196 1,760 67 1,947 15 666 1,52 129 ..6 34.2 41.6 40.0 49.0 1934 Pere Marquette...................... ........... 1934 2,196 22,4 16 24,57 2,237 1 8,278 19,426 2,616 732.6 36.0 46.1
2,253 1,593 72 1:764 193 1 560 1,7 239 62.1 32.9 40.1 .40. 49.6 1933 1933 2,296 20,0292 2194 2,317 1 7,732 17,693 1,724 1.5 35.2
2471 9 53 1,075 198 319 91.4 43.6 479 36.1 41.7 1934 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ................................. 1934 234 14,184 562 15,237 2,333 d 2 6,12,861 3,305 4.4 42.7
23 4 ,09s 4 53 1 ,0 5 1L 31 ; 91 .1 45 3 11 ,5 32 3 0 : M1,2 03 o 885 .73 .
234 1,039 53 1,125 2506 1,24 163 90 49. 36.3 42.0 1933 1933 235 13,561 532 14,563 2,306 6,2,973 2,906 2.1 42.0 : 33.2 40
2,447 2,626 240 3,100 146 6 77 2,340 431 75.5 25.0 33-1 40.4 53.5 1934 Wabash ---- -1934 2,455 33,570 2,126 38,236 1,756 37 10,600 26,523 4,34; 74.6 27.7 37.2 37.9 5.6
2,5 ,9 9 ,0 4 6 ,9 1 66 2. 93 4. 91 1933 13 757 27 7. 905.
1,99Central Eastern Region: 1933 2,472 31,692 2,024 36,207 1,776 95 10,50627,577 27 76.2 29.0 3.1 3.6
6,441 6,646 865 10,526 633 3 2,973 7,633 1,175 74.4 26.2 39.0 36.6 49.4 1934 Baltimore & Ohio ....................... 1934 6,400 116,298 1O,146 135,539 7,584 71 39,623 99,336 23,676 73.3 29.4 40.1 35.0 47.6
6,364 8,451 650 10,042 60 16 3,000 7,725 1,027 76.9 29.9 36.6 37.9 49.3 1933 1933 6,402 113,360 9,798 131,792 5,953 176 34,951 90370 2 6.6 265 3.7 332
666 1,907 331 2,426 146 478 1,652 1i 66.1 19.7 28.9 40.3 59.2 1934 Central of New Jersey .................................1934 690 22,621 4,466 29,022 1,782 6 6,626 20,24 3,061 69.6 22.8 32.7 40.1 57.4
690 1,632 356 2,339 222 d 50 701 1,607 36 77.2 30.0 38.6 40.9 53.0 1933 1933 692 21,141 4,432 27,4O1 1,369 595 6,925 19,649 2,254 71.7 25.3 35.2 40.0 55.6
939 657 0122 1,124 21 1 263 720 261 64.0 23.4 36- 9:.3 61.4 1934 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ........................... 1934 939 10,021 1,21 12,777 3173 31 3,538 9,195 642 77.8 27.7 35.6 39.6 51.1
939 621 104. 1,039 34 2 2477 776866 74.9 23.6 31.7 407 54.3 1933 1933 939 9,664 1,306 12,216843 17 3,240 9,601 207 76.6 26.5 33. 13 5.
446--624 76 3 256 60 O151 8613 3.1 .2 41. 51.4 1934 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern................................... 1934 446 9,268- 10,289 924 d14 3,590 6,344 662 61.1 34.9 4
446 6?- 733 79 265 633 107 66.3 36.1 41.9 42.68 49. 1933 1933 446 6,990 9,966 935 -4-1-53,236 7,564 926 75.6 32. 4 4.66 4.
?907 474 1,315 1,953 18 426 1,160 3 60.4 21.9 36.2 33.6 5 5:6 1934 Long Island............................. 1934 397 5,751 17,231 24,227 963 43 ,7" 17,147 2,373 76 23.7 33. 3.0 60.7
426 1,36* 1,671 7 377 1,104 4 5s.9 20.1 34.2 35.4 6 193 1933 5,709 17,145 24,069 959 15.983 15,386 4,231 39 20.7 32.5 3.9
,01 9 066 26,911 19 20,209 ,9;4 Pennsylvania ........................................................ 19314 10511 251,230 57,741 34 669 20,272 241 96,34 24,76 61317 72.4 2.37 37
25,060 19,19 33238,968 52,930 2716 20961 54o 9,224 226,766 61,977 69.8 27.5 9
1,461 3,626 273 4,31 259 d 1 1,053 3,110 1,o4 71.1 24.1 33.9 36.3 53.6 1934 Reading 1934 1,461 47,444 2,959 30 3,072 19 13,393 36,665 12,7 69.5 25.2 36
1,6 366 6 ,146 260 2 1,020 2,690 1,097 69,7 24,.6 353 36.4 55.1 1933 4.................................46435 1, 117,J ,5 3,196 64 67. -39
1,161 3,626 235.3 3 55.1 1933Pocahontas Region: 1933 1,462 43,876 2,783 9,13,1918 11, 3 33,149 13,517 67.0 23.9 35.7 36.5
3,117 7,624 267 6,202 616 429 2,134 4,537 2,866 55 26.0 47.0 23.1 41.6 19J4 Chesapeake & Ohio 1934 3115 102,350 2,991ae,469 6,964 746 30,957 60,615 36,996 55.5 26.3 5
3,121 7,107 257 7,666 565 678 2,1 7 4,500 2,732 56.7 26.0 47.7 24.7 42. 1933 1933 3,14 99,409 2,555 105,970 7,108 992 29,762 586,326 36,967 55.0 28.1 51.0 521. 39.7
16 5,463 1 5,6 3I 6 1711 3,529 2,023 60.4 29.3 64.2 23:.6 394 19;4 Norfolk & Western_..........................................194 2,18 68,617 1,70 72,708 4,120 959 23,677 44,531 22,516 61.2 32.6 53.2 22.6 7.2
2,16134 1 1 569 3162 2,275 557 27.6 49. 225 5 193 13 2,216 65,62 1,75 69,263 4,193 125 19,727 39,017 24 ,56 56.3 26.5 29.3
Southern Region:
5,146 2,42 451 3,361 167 6 1,009 2,633 505 77.9 29.9 38.3 38.6 49.9 1934 Atlantic Coast Line 6.................... 1934 5,16 29,791 5,036 39,534 2,061 11 12,764 30,96 4,290 76.2 32.34
5:145 2,483 356 3,259 161 7 966 2,475 563 76.0 30.3 39.9 37.0 46.7 1933 1933 5,145 29,661 ,224 37,909 2,234 13 12,295 29,128 4,300 76.6 32.44 3 7.
1,927 616 111 1,079 66 329 929 28 86.0 30.5 35.1 41.6 4.3 1934 Central of Georgia ........................1934 1,927 10,660 1,152 13,353 779 9 4,395 11,341 676 8.9 32.9 36.6 40.1 4.2
1,927 695 66 926 66 337 850 34 91.8 36.4 39.6 42. 46.7 1933 1933 1,936 9,15 995 12,132 769 17 4,086 10,357 63665.4 33-7 39.5 40.0 .
4,973 5,531 802 6,63 556 d 109 1,793 4,976 1,610 72.3 26.1 36.0 38.1 52.6 1934 Illinois Central .......................................... 1934 4,098 64,017 6,510 79,228 6,636 d 50 23,005 59,154 12,688 74.7 29.0 36.9 37.5 50.2
5,011 5,312 657 6,636 551 d5 1,567 4,361 1,963 66.0 23.9 36.2 34.4 52.1 1933 1933 5,014 61,094 8.428 75,967 6,660 13 21,190 54,026 15,371 71.1 27.9 39.2 35.7 50.2
051 4,670 526 5,727 344 1 1,74 7 ,336 1,204 785.7 30.5 40.3 36.6 8 .6 1934 Louisville & Nashville .. 1934 5,063 59,129 5,306 69,963 4,117 36 22,942 53,331 12,967 76.2 32.4
5,104 4,224 426 5,121 345 d 10 1,74 4,019 1,093 7.5 34.0 43.3 35.5 45.2 1933 1933 5,136 56,203 4,531 65,657 4,242 4 21,764 50,249 11,656 76.5 33.1 43.3 35.1
4,306 2,160 429 2,964 146 8 1,047 2,460 244 83.71 35.3 42 36.4 1 4.4 1934 Seaboard Air Line .......................................... 1934 4,309 26,635 3,47 33,861 1,716 41 12,769 26,615 1,632 85.1 37. 443 36.2 4.5
4,310 2,195 279 2,766 143 2 959 2,217 336 796 3 4 3.3 34.9 43.9 1933 1933 4,356 26,1 2,364 31,550 1,697 25 11,159 25,810 2,622 81.8 35-4 43.2 36.0 4.
6,645 47 54 69 960 2,031 61:Z 2.0 40.637.6 61.5 1934 Southern 1........................................................... 1934 6,65 62,634 ,00 7,184 2,901 64 24,417 58,120 12,66574-3 31.2 420 36.6 93
6654 4553 761 5936 75 1769 2 a 35.6 37.4 4 .0 13 5553706540-k2
19334 6,654 62,393 7,133ssi76,146le2,969..55.21,616..53,705..15,0167305 2674 0.-53 5.
1,636 798 92 973 42 d 219 6 14 22.5 31.6 40.7 57.1 19 Y134o&MississippiValley...................1934 1,640 10,246 oo 11,917 547 2,77 ,701 4 33.1 41.0 56.
1,659 1,020 76 1,0 5 22 69 314 56.7 171 30.1 33.7 59.4 1933 1933 1,659 10,500 656 11,992 56129 7,914 1 ,2 21.3
1:5261,01 7 01 3- 15. 8 5 9 9 1, 6 21.3 32. 81

-"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.
41 Deficit or other reverse items.
10ver)


Statement No. M-150
DECEMBER, 1934









Subject to revision


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


DECEMBER, 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 DECEMBER, 1934 AND 1933 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER, 1934 AND 1933

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expenses, expenses.
Average Net Oper- percent of percent of Average Net Oper- percent of percent of
miles Equipment railway atingmiles Equipment railway ating
of road All oper- ratio Region. road, and year of road All oper- ratio
orad Passen-a ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- operated Freight Passen- Totalating (per- per- per- per- per-
gero-eratestiTotalgainte- Totalo income cent) ating ating ating sting
Dspre- Retire- nance ioe cent) a ex- reve- ax- Depre- Retire- nance reve- ax- rave-
ciation ments reve- ex- reve- ex- clrin ens x
nues penses nues penses ciation entsnues pnses ues pense
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (f) (g) (h) (i (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (as) (bb) (cc)
it
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

Northwestern Region:
8,428 $4,014. 788 5,485 $372 83 81,618 $4,420 8$417 0.6 29.5 36.6 41.6 51.731934 Chicago & North Western...... ........... 1934 8,441 58,789 ,675 $75,893 ,469 $51 126,305 $61,812 $5,202 314 .7 4.6 38.7 7.6
8,443 3,948 687 5:334 381 10 1,669 4,407 183 82.6 31.3 37.9 430 52.1 3933 1933 8,1141 56,279 9,078 73,395 4,522 102 24,209 57,715 6,032 78.6 33.0 +1.9 38.3 +8.7
1,511 1,038 56 1197 43 220 820 169 69.5 18.4. 26.9 39.6 57.8 1934 Chicago Great Western ..............................................1934 1,518 13,783 525 15,492 506 1 4,154 11,292 1,340 72.9 26.8 36.8 37.7 51.7
1,519 1,000 5 1,135 45 199 676 268 59.6 17.5 29.4 33.9 56.9 1933 1933 1,519 13,099 536 14,575 543 4 3,792 10,322 1,281 70.8 26.0 36.7 36.9 52.1
11,161 5530 50 6709 364. 13 2,049 5,54.6 308 82.7 30.5 37.0 42.8 51.7 1934 Chicago. MilwaukeeSt. Paul & Pacific.. 1934 11,172 73,383 5,617 87.860 6,011 72 29,701 ,656 6,539 79.3 33.8 4.6 38.0 '7.9
11,203 5,08 1M9 6,257 544 101 2,079 5,215 280 83.3 33.2 39.9 42.5 51.0 1933 1933 11,226 71,571 5,700 85,495 6,565 769 27,104 64,597 8,597 75.6 32.1 4.4 36.7 48.6
956 1401,2089 47 385 ,149951 31-9 33.6 53.0 55.7 1934 Chicago. St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha.- 1934 1,661 12,333 1,364 14,849 564. 4 1 ,131 12,491 602 84.1 27.8 33.1 46.8 55.7
895 105 1,101 4.7 10 22 886 762 31. 154. 56. 1933 1933 1,703 12,0 1,376 14,528 569 59 3,680 11,207 1,538 77.1 25.3 32.8 43.2 55.9
8.328 4 ,060 47 5092 292 19 1,225 3,58 1,204. 70.4 24..1 342 39.0 55-5 1934. Great Northern ........................1934.44 60,34.8 4,221 70,753 3,526 33 20,216 4,610 1,102 68.7 28.6 4.1.6 32.6 47.17
8,361 3:543 330 '4,427 280 3 1,035 3,271830 73.9 23.4. 31.6 1.4. 56.0 1933 1933 aM, 52,674. 3,759 61,924 ',616 3 16,297 41,545 11,810 67.1 26.3 33.0
4 29 1 126 1,613 1,3 17 473 1,439 A ---.11.$9.2 29.3 32.9 477 53.5 1934 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 1934. 4,303 19,359 1,129 22,372 1,4.32 34. 6,919 18,2o4 1,244. 81.4. 30.9 38.0 0.27 50.
4304 1,674 116 1,909 12Z 1 552 1,504 223 77.2 28.3 36.7 39.2 50.8 1933 1933 4,320 19,352 1,117 22,294. 1,582 20 7,140 17,994 1,017 80.7 32.0
6,722 3,051 337 3,80 235 8 959 3,090 945 81.2 252 31.0 42.0 51.7 1934 N Northern Pacific. ... .....1934 6,725 43,26 3651,4o 2,816 88 16,181 41,551 7,915 80.8 8.9 37.7 46.7
6,746 3,o004 267 3,6 361 19 900 2,925 999 79.7 245 30.8 43.2 54.3 1933 1933 6,741 11,224 3,27,5791,337 67 16057 3,9935,976 82.0 .2 1 5.2
2,293 915 137 1,180 44.332 978 23 92.9 28.1 339 41.0 49.4.1934. Oregon-Washington R.R. & Navigation Co. 1934. 2,294 12,420 1,271 15,205g6 67 4660 11963 548 78.3 30. 39.0 36.3 4
2,295 92 105 1,155 42 431 1,058 4___U 91.6 37.3 408 42.8 46.7 1933 Central Western Region: 1933 2,304. 10,756 1,070 13,33154.3,864. 1o,89 d 1.7l29.
145 1934 95: 91,725 1.19175 346221971
949 ,73 155 1,054o15.2313.84..10 81.0.9.7.3.7.4214.524..194..A.on............................934..50.9,.9.1,25 13159 15 311,044. 10,342221 8.6 3.77 391. 39.34..
951 63 962 15 216 698 346 72.6 22.5 31.0 42.1 58.0 1933 1933 976 9,7 1,948 13,328 175 3,059 9,216 1,84.7 69.1 22
9517 6,135 991 8 911 96 3,427 7,547 380 92.2 41.8 4.219314 Atchison, Topeka & Santo Fe .......................1931 7 9,536 96318 11,050 107,2698 10,25934 39,881 8540 11,167 79.6 3.2 46.7
9,65 ,66 21 7,415 74.3 1 ,62 6,672 81.8 35.9 43-9 36.8 45.0 1933 1933 9,715 78,9 11,381 98,6965 158 35,537 7 141 12,0 78.. 31 141 341 436
9,0374'4,833 620 6,30 2601 1,1,71i 8 1934 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .............. 1934 9,144 64,815 6,749 80,288 3,163 12 22,292 58,008 12,651 72.2 27.8 38.1 35.6 49.2
4 ,897 509 6,227 267 4. 1,993 4,822 1,254. 77.4 32.0 1.3 38.3 49.4.1933 1933 9,237 63,319 6,722 78,497 3,277 11 20,702 54,362 13,01 69.3 26. 38.1 34.9 50.1
7,576 3,555 584 4710 361 1 1,502 4,103 9.5 31.9 34.1 48.6 52.0 1934 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific. .......... 1934 7,596 51,272 5,695 63,329 4,422 157 21,204 4,03 1,728 95.4. 33.5 39.2
7,611 3,617 44 696 376 1 1,54.1 4,099 83 32.8 37.6 43:7 50.1 1933 1933 7,611 4,904 5,600 61, 1324,537 419 19,814 U,879 .3,209 81.2 32.3 39.7
2,65 1,425 88 1,94.413 1,128 270 70,3 25.7 36.6 34.6 49.1 1934 Denver & Rio Grands Western ..................... 1934 2,560 17,168 991 19,247 1,019 6 6,569 14,645 2,312 76.1 34.1 414.8 33.135
1,3 5359 962 361 64.2 23.9 37.3 32.3 50.4.1933 1933 2,497 15,228 891 17,113 1,020 11 5,101 11,887 3,35 69.5 29.8 .9 31., .
214;1 1,34076531: 1 6.5. 291 3
1,235 1, 41 1335 56 d 1 334. 92 229 66.8 25.0 37.5 30.9 46.3 1934 Los Angeles & Salt Lake--------------------------------- 1934 1,2 13,311 1,5 51 16,206 621 94 4,022 10:3 3,062 6 2. 3.9 2.9 .
1,241 1'936 107 1,158 51 33 326 829 90 71.6 28.2 39.3 33.1 46.2 1933 1933 1,24 11,103 1.,2 13,935 642 73 3,693926 1,591 6.6 26. 31.7
2,504. 1,517 124 1782 8 l 391 1,152 34 64.6 22.0 4.0 33.5 51.9 1934. Oregon Short Line-..................................... 1934 2,504 18,661 1,218 21456 94o 143 5,657 1 14,368 3,249 67.0 26.1 39.1 31.7 17.1
2,04 1,522 100 1,746 82 9 500 1,25 281 71.3 28.6 '4.2 35.1 493 1933 1933 2,504 17,710 1,294 2o,467 979 192 5,026 13,388 3,302 65.4 24.6 37.5 32.7 9.9
,793 6,403 1,613 9,0 492 10 2 381 6,828 1,336 75.2 26.2 34.9 40.6 54.0 1934. Southern Pacific Company A/ .........................-19349 8,832 89,1830316,184.0117,321 5,928 138 31,359 86914 16,812 74.1 26.7 36.1 36.949.8
8,982 5,95? 1 :1358 8,6 51. 5. 2 't 668 ,04 6.7 96 36.7 39.0 4.. 1933 1933 9,053 76,8 15,363 101,187 6,261 1 28 2,171 78,378 9,250 77.5 27.8 3.,8. 1.
3,769 4,253 470 5,328 331 3 1,536 3,891 73.0 28.8 35 34.2 46.8 1934 Union Pacific ........................................1934 3,768 56,159 5,201 67,491 4,173 196 20,566 46,9025 11,586 6Z: 30.5 '43.8 0. 3 43.7
3,768 4,337 388 5,235 359 113 1,596 3,633 1,47 69.4 30.5 '3.9 30.6 441 1933 Southwestern Region: 1933 3,768 52,471 5,378 63,357 4,31 266 17,361 40,911 14,24.727
1,9181 77 6 926 2 12 425 909 d.992 98.2 4. 46.81 39.3 40.1 1934 Gulf, Colorado & Sante Fe...............1934 1,918 10,462 607 11,991 581 34 1,913 10,918 d W 91.0 4.1.0 45, 38.7 4.5
11,123 92 382 8907 93 314.0 42 35.1933933 1,94 11,372 528 12,742 1,182 4. 4.910 10,798 A84.7 38
3,294. 1,504 204. 197 92 1 680 1,772 A8 344. 38.4. 39.7 144.36 1934. Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ..........................91934 3,294. 21,535 1,919 26,329 1,O 3 1 7,973 20,593 1,7. 78.2 30. 3 38.7 35.7 45.6
3,24. 1,19 164. 2,227 7 1 436 ,5527 6:.6 1.6 290 3142 50. 1933 1933 3294. 135 185 25,697 84.18697 18,998 2,9NZ1 73.9 27,0 3. 40 4.
236 4,644 35 5 5 332,054. 4,857 39 88.0 37.2 42.3 40,1 45.61934. Missouri Pacific................ ......1934. 7,349 62,849 3,93J7,-536 '4,645 34. 25,68358,3806,118 79.5 35.0 4.0 35.8 4
7,361 4,367 2858 5:16D 354 1 1,899 4,02 153 85.3 36,8 43.1 39.2 4. 9313 ,0 829 62 67954.4,34901 2,2 2,44 ,2. 77.2 33.0 4. 58~ 1
5,03 2:,29254 2,936 255 1336 2,845 969 455 47.0 40 : 1934 St. Louis-San Francisco ..................................1934. 5,145 34,003 2,474 40,o414 ,61 1a 16,226 p92 2,9305 81 .5 40 48.0 35.8 41.4.
5,211 2 2, 234. 3,0114 255 34. 1,284. 2661 126 9883 42.6 49-3 37 4 1933 1933 5,262 33,200 2,315 3871 3154 19 15,673 1,705 3,31 81.9 40.4.1340 116
1,786 883 22 962 42 308 811 10 84.3 32.1 38.0 41.6 49.3 1934 St. Louis Southwestern Lines............- 193 4 1,827 13,236 214 14,126 514. 3,542 9,891 1,959 70.0 25.1 3 .8
1,865 907 al1 982 43 272 775 123 78.9 27,7 35.0 37.6 47. 1933 1933 1,895 12,189 186 12,953 520 5 3,265 9,o64. 1,79070.0 25.2 32.4 1
446 2,044. 269 2,664 136 2 751 1,955 36 28.2 38.4. 36.2 49.3;1934 Texas & New Orleans......................... 1934 4,463 25,409 2,545 31,872 1,615 7 11,713 26,665 192 83.7 36.8 143.9 37 1.5
440 1,833 206 2,349 128 89 1,96083.5 34.4. 41.3 5.6 42.7193 1933 4506 22,853 2,351 28,674. 1,6d 1 9,910. 23,997 83.7 346
1,950 1,362 195 1789 99 529 1 7,17 390 173.6 29.6 40.2 32.4 440193194 Texas & Pacifico---:-..................... 1931 1,950 17,0777 1,916 22290 1,195 7 6131 15,9111 4,733 67.8 27.5 4.6 29.5 .
1,950 1374. 8 172 98 95 1, 0758 62.1 22.21 35.7 29.7 47.7 ,193 933 1,950 209 1,71 20,230 1,227 13 5,528 13,859 3,9143 68.5 27.3 3. 05 4.
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