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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


Statement No. M-150
JANUARY, 1935


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 JANUARY, 1935 AND 1934

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses.
Average Net Oper- percent of percent of
miles Equipment railway ating
Region, road, and year of roadAll oper- ratio
operated Freight Passen- Total mainte- Total eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
ger Depre- Retire- nanee income- cent) eating eating eating eating
ciation ments reve- ex- reve- ex-
nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) () (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)

Total-Roads listed herein ....... 193 202,16 $186,494 $28,596 $235,2 $14,540 6 $3,1345 $190,151 $19,29 80.6 31.2 38.6 39.9 49.4
1934 203,267 184,609 25,536 230,217 14,251 2 69,088 174,9114 27,729 76.0 30.0 39.5 37.6 49.5
New England Region: 2,038 2,1402 624 3,510 13 1 1,196 3,035 84 86.5 34.1 39.4 45.8 52.9
193o.2,081 2,537 613 3,633 134 1,112 2,865 406 78.9 30.6 38.8 1.7 52.8

New York. New Haven. & Hartford-................193 2,06 3,10 1,900 5,728 295 3 1,599 4,93877245876.86 27.9 36.14 .40.5 52.9
1934 ,08 3,1 5 1,875 5,999 328 26 1,605 4369 7214 72.8 26.7 36.7 38.9 :682 53.14
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson.........................193 86 1,837 105 2,020 83 1 81 1,888 72 93.14 42.0 4 .9 39.6 42.4
193 1 1,95 103 2,1147 77 19 865 1,857 237 86.5 40.3 46.6 37-7 43.6
Delaware. Lackawanna & Western............193 992 2,819 555 3,768 225 1 1,OO6 3,094 316 82.1 26.7 32. 47.9 58.3
193Z4 998 2,612 531 3,573 217 1,O66 3,083 105 86.3 29.8 9 346 48.2 55.9
Erie (including Chicago & Erie)_............19 2,2305 5,117 416 ,962 363 10 1,672 4,1480 885 7.1 28.0 37.3 39.3 52.
193Z 2,315 5,141 403 6,002 382 5 1,665 4283 1,09Z R713 27.7 38.9 36.1 50.7
Grand Trunk Western .. .193 1,007 1,366 67 1,542 89 17 1,287 57 83.5 32.2 38.6 43.8 52.4
193 4 ,008 1168 759 1,325 77 1,159 3 87.4 33.7 38.5 114 51.9
Lehigh Valley -- 1935 1,354 3,117 2o4 3,553 206 6 824 2,652 604 74.6 23.2 31.1 14.1 59 .1
193 1,354 3,171 11 3,585 199 d 2 892 2,6Z3 621 73.7 2 .9 33.8 41.9 56.8
New York Central a/----- -------------------1935 11 9 7651 50514 25,507 1,387 7:5614 19,515 2,501 76.5 29.7 38.8 39.2 51.3
193Z14 11, 1 17,077 1 4,423 21,285 1,267 9 7,117 18,218 2,4 75.0 29.3 39.1 398.0 506
New York. Chicago & St. Louis...------- -19 1,691 2,85267 2,8a4 16 642 1,910 504 67.9 22.8 33.6 36.7 5.1
19314 1,691 2,581 57 2,73$4 113 602 1,786 518 65.3 22.0 33.7 34.9 53.5
Pere Marquette 193 2,130 2,107 65 2,268 216 693 1,695 316 74.7 30.5 40.9 37.4 501
1931 2,164 1,907 55 2,054 192 651 1,578 208 76.8 31. 41.2 37.949.3
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie..................................1935 234 1,O98 49 1,183 1142 -1446 995 2147 81.1 77 44.8 38.0" 45.1
1931 2314 1,013 49 1,101 196 3 471 985 182 89.5 1.7 47.8 37.89 42.3
Wabash -. .1935 2,447 2,821 192 3,229 181 891 2,565 18 79.4 27.6 34.8 41.2 51.9
1934 2,457 2,562 152 2,912 147 803 2,255 16 77.4 27.6 35.6 40.6 52.5
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio................ ...................193 6,1441 9,541 800 11,038 72 3,098 8,257 1,7914 .748 .28.1 41 7:55370.9Z7:6
1932 6,3814 9,172 766 10,600 39 3,1469 8,439 1,225 79.6 32.7 7 5 1.
Central of New Jersey.....................1935 688 1,996 328 2,469 146 692 1,982 190 80.3 28.0 34.9 44.o 54.8
193 690 2,031 343 2,513 155 24 477 1,595 674 63.5 19.0 29.9 38.7 61.0
Chicago & Eastern Illinois.................... 1935 939 914 91 1,129 52 31 894 39 79.2 28.1 35.4 40.8 51.6
193Z 939 834 83 1,023 34 1 301 85 19 83.5 29.9 35.8 42.5 50.8
Elgin Joliet & Eastern .................................. 9193 5 446 976- 1,077 714 1 304 7814 17 5 72.8 8.2 38.98 7:6 517i
193Z4 446 6614 718 78 2 285 650 d 90.6 39.8 43.9 13.1 714.
Long Island--------..................................1935 37 1480 1,214246 1,8110 87 652 1,730 d. 95.5 36.0 0.37.7 7.3.8 56.-4
19314 10 492 1,2814 1,878 80o -425 1,387 917 7 3.9 i22.7( 30.7 17.6 64.3
Pennsylvania-.................... ......................1935 10,1471 20,873 534 29,049 1,614 2 8,461 22,511 4,249 77.5 29.2 37.7 37.9 49.0
19314 10,510 19,652 1491 27,222 1,6814 39 7,687 20,128 4,808 73.9 28.2 38.2 37.5 50.8
Reading..........................................................1935 ,1461 4,067 ,285 4,607 253 1 1,208 3,1430 ,88 14 26.2 35.2 3:98 53.
19314 1,461 4521 252 4985 259 5 1,092 3,11 1 ,427 62.1 21.9 35.1 34.8 55.
Pocahontas Region: .
Chesapeake & Ohio .1935---------------.--- .......- 3,115 8,095 220 8,602 701 18 2,54 53 2,661 59.7 29.6 495 2143 107
3,115 8,131 193 8,576 573 23 2,5772679 5.1 30122 39.3
Norfolk & Western............................. 193 2,12 5454 114 5,792 314 5 1,99 3,911 1,321 67 5 34.3 50.9 25.7 38.1
19314 2,186 5,352 119 5,661 3 1 1 1,899 3,582 1,475 62.9 33.5 53.3 23.6 37.5
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line.-................................-1935 5,14 2,3214 659 3,425 190 1 1,093 2,799 103 81.7 31.9 39.1 40.0 48.9
1934 5,145 2,924 550 3,97 178 1,0 2,763 652 70.5 27.6 39.1 34.8 49.-3
Central of Georgia ...................................... 1935 1,927 853 11 1,10 62 1,013 d 16 91
1934 1,927 851 88 1,06 66 360910 1 85.14 33.8 396 40.0 4.9
Illinois Central ........................................... 1935 4,973 5,533 730 6,,75' 635 15 2,191 59566 673 82.14 32.14 39.14 4.o9 49.7
1934 5,011 1,983 626 6:04 553 15 1,695 4,599 873 75.7 27.9 36:9 39.4 52.0
Louisville & Nashville ................................. 1935 5,051 5,120 505 6,116 344 2,023 4,793 1,027 78.4 33.1 42.2 3.0 47.2
1934 5,069 5,053 393 5,J8 344 21 1,697 4,202 1,410 71.1 28.7 40.4 31. 48.0
Seaboard Air Line............. ... ...- 193 4,308 2,170 403 2,870 l14 998 2,40 52 86.4 34.8 40.2 38.4 44.4
193 4 ,310 2,578 356 3,253 112 1,078 2,471 375 75.9 33.1 43.6 33.3 43.9
Southern ................................. .. 19 6,64.664 5,290 690 263995 1 2,17 206 76879-.0 32.7 41.4 39. .
114 6,645 5,279 618 6,42 214 2 2,0145 14.841 970 71.9 31.6 42.2 36.6 48.9
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ......................1935 1,636 726 60 861 749 258 767 d.9 89.1 30.0 33.7 49.1 55:1
19314 1,659 7914 53 916 47 2 202 691 10 75.14 22.1 29.3 45.66 0.4

"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating inoome", 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.
Deficit or other reverse items.









Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION JANUARY, 1935

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 JANUARY, 1935 AND 1934

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses,
Average Net Oper- percent of percent of
miles Equipment railway ating
Region, road, and year of road All oper- ratio
operated Freight Passen- Total me eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
gerDepre- Retire- nance l ncome* cent) eating eating ating eating
ciation ments reve- ex- reve- ex-
nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (W) (k) (1) (m) (n)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)

Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western .................. 1935 a,1428 $4 .3,29 $706 5.504 $140 $2 $1,715 $4 d4,800 S9o ,7.2 31.2 35.7 '45. 52.1
1934 8,:443 4,506 599 5,753 373 3 1:,71J '4,610 1420 90.1 30.41 37.9 42.0 52.4
Chicago Great Western ............... -------------- 1935 1,511 1,007 47 1,14144 44 37 1,039 4J.Z 90.8 33.0 36.3 146.9 51.6
193Z 1,518 1,050 35 1,157 145 3 920 j 11 79.5 29.3 36.9 41.3 52.0
Chicago. Milwaukee. St. Paul & Pacific .... 193Z 1,161 5,604 416 6,718 147 1 2,241 5,941 a 86.4 33.4 37.7 4: 50.9
193 1,201 5,820 347 6,811 53 1 2,050 5,333 78.3 30.1 381 1 52.5
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha .. 193 1,651 925 13 1,1140 282 1,082 94.9 24 26.1 9 62.0
193 1,4 1,017 92 1,193 Z; d 3 293 965 89 80.9 24.6 30.14 '.6 58.8
Great Northern -----.---.--------------.--.-.--..............193 8,328 3:1 7 325 4,365 29 1,418 4,016 d 92.0 32.5 35.3 47.9 52.0
13" 8,361 3,16 278 4,135 39 A-1J 1,391 3,603 87.1 33.6 38.6 143.6 50.1
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 1935 :,297 1,309 69 1,508 91 560 1,633 d33 108.93 37.1 314 5:7 52.9
1934 4, 304 1,327 72 1,539 121 585 1,5N 4_ZU 98.3 38.0 38 19 50.3
Northern Pacific .................................... 193 6,722 2 ,888 260 3,520 262 7 1 3941 3,775 d 107.0 39.5 36.9 51.3 06.0
1934 6,7146 2,839 218 3,1Zr33 2314 3 1,087 3,118 2 91.6 31.9 314.9 463 50.5
Oregon-Washington A.R. & Navigation Co.. 193 2,29$ 97 9 1,105 147 ._ o5 969 d 87.7 27.6 1.14 45.14 51.
193Z4 2,29; 1,008 74 1,190 46 6 1,056 A-= 87 38.3 43.2 38.6 43.5
Central Western Region:
Alton ....................... ......... 193Z 9149 140 1,014 055 28- 281 61414 g.. 9 81.2 27.0 33.3 -42.3 52.1
1934 91 66 128 95 1- 210 75S d...1. 79.14 22.0 27.7 1145 6.
Atchison7 Topeka89sante 0/ ----_---------------- 39,1 324 7,M 1,0 9,810 961 2 3 ,1 924. 91.o 14.2 44.2 14.1 144.1
1 1335 7,101 9T 8,98 9146 6 3V7,7141 9=5 87.0 38.5 44.3 39.1 144.9
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .................193 9,0 4,886 50 6076 422 5 1,872 543 19 8 3.0 30.8 37.1 41.2 49.7
9, 5 6,214 266 1,552 444 909 71.5 34.9 38.0 532
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ................ 193 7,576 ,701 05 4,727 371 1 1,585 14,552 gL 96.3 33 5 314.8 149"2 51.1
19314 7:610 4,077 Z30 5,033 376 1 1,5149 14,187 160 83.2 30.8 37.0 142.3 50.8
Denver & Rio Grande Western ....................... 193 2:63 1,359 82 1,524 99 1 1,158 162 76.0 2.2 3. -35.7 46.9
193. 2 :96 1,327 55 1:9.~9 85 1 1422 998 306 68.4 26.9 '23 31.1 145.5
Los Angeles & Salt Lake ....... .................. 193 1,235 1,075 1T 1,305 61 L. 350 914 167 7.1 26.9 3. 31.7 53
193 1,2 5 1,217 51 3898 73 73.6 31.6 32.0 43.3
Oregon Short Line...................... 1935 2,5o4 1,5 101 1,715 5- 424 1,211 20 10.6 214.7 35.0 35.9 50.9
193 2,504 1A 79 1,673 82 428 1,164 1i 6. 25.6 36.7 33.2 47.
Southern Pacific Company -/ ............... 1935 8,791 6,700 1,394 8,963 484 1 2,66 7,470 116 83.3 29.9 0
193 8:935 6,142 1:76 8,069 506 3 2,701 6,916 13 85.7 33.5 39.1 40.2 9
Union Pacific .......... 19- 360 4,03. 141 4,87 4 :51 79o9 31.9 99 36 45.7
Southwestern Region: 193 3,76 .,261 321 390 L3 1 90 7 99 43.9 31:; 4
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ............... ......... 193Z 3,2914 1,5:17 165 1,947 110 909 1,903 97.8 115 25 141. 425
193 3,294 1,768 153 2,131 so 6 1,72 37 303 37.5 371. 46.5
Missouri Pacific ............................................193z 7,236 4,81 335 5,715 39 7 1.927 1 5 101 14 177
193, 7,361 ,916 308 570 1,771 557 77: 31: 4.3 37. 14.5
St. Louis-San Francisco .................... ----5,--5:057 2,512 219 3,028 260 1,315 2,870 A ..794a6 43.4 145.8 140.6 3.0
194 5,214 2,931 192 3,396 257 11 1,224 2,672 148 78.7 36.1 145.8 35.3 2:49
St. Louis Southwestern Lines ........................ 193z 1,76 1,17 16 1,24 2 317 869 20 6:8 25.14 36.14 33.3 47.7
1934 1,865 1,021 15 1,92 Z3 283 8188 260 346 36 49.2
Texas & New Orleans ........... ........... 193 4,444 2,134 216 2,671 137 5 698 2,238 1 83.8 33.6 1.1 37.4 44.7
193 4,478 1,932 177 2,414 137 9214 2,136 885 38.3 143.2 36.7 141.5
Texas & Pacific ..........................1935....,9.0 1,950 1,40 1 4 1, 765 100 527 1,329 2142 L:3 29. 9 39.7 32.18 W-
19314 ~~~ 1,5 ,641 1 1704 98 47 1,17 326 689 26. 3.9 1. 41

Net railway operating inetaR" is derived from 'Railway operating income, modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rentm and 'Joint facility rent.'
/ cnludes Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Paoifio Steamship Lines.
Deficit or other revered item. 67100.0 U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE :1935
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