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NIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU O= STATISTICS


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


OTHE MONTH OF MARCH, 1IM AND 14 FOR'THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH, 15 AND 134
eeoOperating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
_expenses expenses, expenses, expenses,
Net Oper- percent of percent of Average Net Oper- percent of percent of
Average Equipment railway ating miles Equipment railway ating
miles oper- ratio Region, road, and year of road Passen All oper- ratio
of roadatng operated Freit Total sint- Total atng (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
operated Freight gasen- Total mainte- Total inoe (er-) Oper- aper- aper- aper- gerter- Rtie ac income" cent) ating sting sting ating
r Depre- Retire- nance income cnt) ting ating ting tingDepre- Retire- nane
nues p ns s U eS pens s ues pen ss nues pens s
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (f) (g) (h) (I) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (0) (p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (as) (bb) (cc)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

20,o K 39 2 5 ;U2, 1 ,4 6. 3 1,3 ,9o9 9,77. 9193ewE.ng1.n 2e2go n: 1 7 1 .1934203,183 576,178G7te,752 713,202 eN,.319 907 212,402 529,910 100,6814.3 29.8 0.1..6...9.2
2,529 525 3,50 135 2 969 2,710 5 70326.8 351 41.8Bos 5n&. 1935 e. .. 1935 2,0381446 1......10,677.1402.5.3,151........1......79. 9 .537.03,63551792,
2,8~63 53 1,008 13 1 1,13 21746352. 3 3.5 39.2 .53319" 1934 2,b 7, 7 640 1,804 10,970 402 3,39 ,6214 1,267 78.6 1.0 39.14 11.2 5.
11632714 l"'s 'IN2"28 1 4 61391 ': 1 3
2,068 ~1,742 274 27228 74, .5 263 35.3 40 554 .3 1935 Ne York. New Haven, & Hartford .. .......1935 2,069 9,644 5,450 17,096 860 11 4,551 12,137 1 65 74.5 26.6 357 101 38
,068 ,7 1,871 4 1,88284778 874 72.32.-.437.1 513 934191 2,08 o0,4141 5,2 1800 314 5,258:131 75.2 29.0 3. 91 5.
3:,?2 ,2 94 3: 131PGreat Lakes Region: 1 68617,2 810 9 3 5
3j24 6 1 ~ 97.8 42.8 43.8 41.3 42.2 19 Delaware & Hudson .......,.7..26.......217.6.2,28.....5.812.9147.141.6 19
2,087 920 2:77 T7 8 2 2 $09 1:87 35 82.0 35.5 43.3 38.1 46.5 19Z-9P A 5,893 285 2:41si 231 41 4219 85 116 85.0 37.6 113 3
992 2,758 514 685 225 1 1,024 3,047 3 82.7 27.8 33.6 146.8 56.5 1935 Delaware. Lackawanna & Western .. 1935 992 8,229 1,576 10,985 675 3 3,051 9,126 830 8,31 27.8 .1 4 7
992 3,160 549 :171 198 4 3,010 807 72.0 22.7 31.5 59.1 ,19N194 8,435 1,586 11,327 632 1 3,018 9,04, 1 1,8 79.8 25
2,305 5,233 J 697 337 10 71,668 4k9 1,104 72r.27.3 37.6 37-.9 52-11935 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) ................. 1935 2,305 1,21246 1,167 17,742 1.0314 29 4 902 13,123 2 ,8 4.0 27.6
2,15 6212 12 ,24 380 11. 4 :1462 1 1893 64923.9 3. 348 536191 934 2315 16,300 128 1881 1,155 5,008 13,143 3,880 69.7 26.6 3. 61 5.
11007 16 54 1 784 89 520 1353 230 75.9 29.1 3.14 .1 52.9 1935 Grand Trunk Western.... 1935 1,007 1,381,-------,----,11 036 180 :1196 261 513 3 942 335 80.5 30.12. .
1,008 1,79 50 1,894 7 L 539 1,378 322 72.7 28.14 39.1 3.2 52-.519 N.19P.1,008 4:167 159 46461 232 1 :1,3 3:701 3 3 79111.0
1,3-1. 2,655 176 196 2 818 2,r87 111 814.8 26.8 31.6 149.14. 2 31935 Lehigh Valley ..1935.1.....83.......... 19 578 9,996 599 11 2,10 7,819 1,14B 78.2 214.2 31.09
1,35 ,389 2114 3:858 193 d36 730 2,60 s 894 68.2 18.9 27.7 142.5 3 193 193 1,35 9,485 588 10,782 578 d107 2,205 7,631 2,159 70.8 20.5 28.9 1. 61.
11, 18,5142 14,263 25,7110 37 2 7.998 19,5 2 ,561 76.0 31.1 40.9 37.6 49.5 1935 New York Central a/ .-..................... 19 11,39 5.4,397 13,511 75,285 14,160 22,816 51,632 9,126 76.6 30.14 39.7 38.6 50.
1? 20,593 14,277 27,966 16 6 8,002 19, 6 4,391 71.0 28.6 140.3 35.7 50.219314 19Ni- 11,.14 51,189 12,708 75,533 3,802 16 22,363 56,253 8,211 74.5 29.6 39.8 37.5 50.3
1,691 2,902 52 3,09 136 5 724 1,95 694 643 23.7 37.0 33.1 51.5 1935 New York. Chicago & St. Louis .. 193 1,691 016 408 5 1,972 5,651 1,69 663 :2 .
1,6912 3,070 16 3,216 12 1 736 2,.. 751 62.3 22.9 36.7 32.14 52.0 1934 ... 1931 1,691 8:2' 8,690 338 3 1,901 5,521 1,876 639 34 33.9 53.
2,130 2.,245 46 29 21147 1,761 8 73.7 3. 41.6 9. 149.5 l3 re Marquette ...........................1935 2,106 2,120 1,122 71 9 411 37.11
189715 25711,976 4 161
2,19 4 2,378 51 2,54 189 92 1,753 552 69.0 2.2 39.5 35.8 51. 1931 19394 2,161 6,230 152 6,696 572 1,979 14909 1,175 73.3 29. 143 371 56
514,26 6, g76.6Z 8:2 36.7 413 4 6 425093 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ......1935 2314 3 55 141 3,827 427 1 1,473 3,129 81011818 8.5 14. 354 133
1,2766 .1.51 107T 234 149 3,672 587 1,470 3,o68 761 83.5 147.9 35.8
1.3]53 27 53 1,: 6 6 195 1 ; 16 531 1: 1107 3 1 .76. 3 -" 4s.0o 33:3 19 Pttbrh& aeEre...................193W 3: ,55, 7 1 13,:6 761,1] ,29 1 .8 O3171 ]51 :

2447 ,20 167 3.602 7181 9147 2,668 02 14.1 26. 32. 538.39 51.7 1935 Wabash .................140..7.........................2....................,69, 6 1,0627.76
2,157 3,37 61 3,15 14 5 893 2,45 63 6.8 25'4 6. 3.9 2. 1341934 2,457 81 43 9,465 42 5 2,471 6905 1,140 73.0 26.1 3. 86 5.
2457 337Central Eastern Region:
6,441 11,052 70 12,R27 3,403 8,730 2,725 69.8 27.2 9.0 Baltimore............... .............. ..,9,
700 3. 30,. 49: .51 .52 1 0 4 1 48.9 "193 193 6 4...41 29.257 ,2], 26 34.26 1.714 a 9.509,,2" 92.6 6 328 72.7 27,-7.
6:30 11,191 786 12,15 33 a 3,945 9311 2,512 73.2 31.0 2.4 34.4 46.9 193419P66384 29,678 2,232 33,986 1,905 7 10,819 25,986 5,161 76.5 31.8
614 1826 318 2,30 136 270 1,7149 188 75.7 214.7 32.6 43:.8 57.81935 Central of New Jersey 1935 6--85 5,1-618 1967 7,030 118 1,902 5,146 1477 ..9 27.1 34.3 14.0 55.8
690 2,228 332 2,720 154 25 19 1,835 569 675 22.8 33.7 39.5 58.5 19314 191 690 9,2141 1,00 7,687 463 66 1,633 5.090 1,734 2 21.2 32.1 39.4 59.4
196 367,77 1.6 5226922. 3. 3.Chicago&E1927 2146 3,015 907 2:58 313 74.6 26.2
981l 79 1.187 31 4 316 817265 38.0 52.3 19 aternllios.................672 236 324 1 15 930 256 50 79.1 28.7
141.6 193 193 } 14146 21] 968 2,7,14.71:40: :
_1,178 1,289 74 1 3478514 2 66.3 26.9 1240.6 332 50.2 19 Elgin. Joliet & Eastern. ......................... _3- 3,560 221 6a 8 2 4 20161 6852
96 1,073 77 307 731 266s.1d28.6 42.0 31.5,50.6N193446 2 3 d205135
142 1,24 1,802 9 5 1,576 id .. 3 87.5 30.2 34.69 Long Island..................................................... 1931 4113 15 12621.
77.1 70:5 1 7.1 4,82135d 34g 79:6.31.6
614 1,27752 1,535 1 77.1 26.3 34.21 19 5,6 1 1,536 14,1479 295 79.5 27.3
12212 54 27361919 10,1482 64,839 87,933 14,982 7 1,2 3 55 28.1 3.
10,ka 224 4 845 30,91 1,744 3 ,. 438 22,542 2,548 72.9 27:j 7:4 36.2 49.6 1935 ,Pennsylvania ........ ........................... ..................19 10,492 6439, IZ1,25 ,217"],933 1 982 7724 720 6 37 15,-13" 9 .75" 928,.17" .1
10,:482 2:,059 :752 317901 1:714 7 9 237 72 0.63,075 35.0 14725Pennsylvaia8.2 193.19P 10,501 62,927 1 023 85,021 5,021 147 24788 62713 15:14 73.8 29.2
1360 ,633 2142 14,095 251 6 1,119 ,3,0514 30 714.6 27.3 36.6 140.14 541 1935 Reading ................................................................1935 1,1460 11,599 783 13,091 75 8 s,50 643 2,691 737 26.7 363
1,1410 272 5114 1,2578337131,703 76.633.zo55191943142169:01134,9226.7
1,1761 ,01 3551 258 ,235 3,31 1,705 61.0 22. 3. 1poc4hontasRegion:R ,13,835 778 15,276 77 13 3:.75 970.5 22.7 35
3,113 9,511 192 10,012 674 5 2,796 5,462 3,6815 4.6 27. 51.2 21.7 39.7 193 Chesapeake & Ohio ..............................................1935 3,115 25,931 8 27,1410 2,050 5 7999 15,712 9,232 573 29.2 50. 2. .
3,115 9,631 226 10,1 563 1 2,897 5,479 3,806 54.0 28.6 52.9 20.8 38-.51934 19314 3,115 25,865 601 27,249 1,701 ,003 15,317 9,275 56.2 29.42
,168 6,171 13:3 6,1 36 2,00 3,979 2,1 4 60.81 30.7 5.5 23.7 39Z1935 Norfolk & Western.............................................15 2,173 1771 1,05 7 11,595 : 3.0 50.7 21.2
2,186 6,343 138 6,665 348 64 2,0143 3,827 2298 57.1 30.7 53.1 22.0 38.1 1934oten ein 1931 2,8 1774 375 18,1 ,13 12 572 1,28 56762 59.14 31.5 5. 27 3.
,14 34 50 7 ,1155 2,9 67.2 26.o 38.60. 193 Atlantic Coast Line........................19 ,5:17478 2,406 11,634 567 14 3,321 9,53 1 ", 13-3 28.5 38:9 36.6 1:9
1,3157 1,1icCas0in..O6201 9.1451 d 23 7 2 202
5:145 3: 780 4.756 176 21 :1133 2:.9 1. 6.6 23.9 39.5 30.2 N, 19 5 .145 ,o 201 9:2 5.3 ] ,2, ., :] .7 .1
1,927 2115 81931 0 4 1,18 3.32:j : ,. 116.8 1935 Central.ofG.eorgia........... .............. 19 1,927 2,717 38 3,9 195 1,11 3 814 8.0 :O .733.0
1,927 1, 110 1, 6 2 422 1, 128 79.7 32. 7.7 47.3 1931 19 1,927 2,758 3 03 193 3 1,136 2 258 82.0 32..
1,981 6,053 691 305 633] 2 2,251 5, 9 1,1 o0 76.5 30 8 4.3 37.7 149.3,9 11.7 ko o g.
011 8.0 69 .62 55,5 ,59 1,39 017 2.5 36.7 37.0 52. ,.oIllinoisCentral..........................-,---_,19381 16,993 2 2011,901 4 65314 16,347 2,727 9.3 317 .1
5, 557 61,80:962 555Z.193 1 5,011 15,715 1,863 19,068 1,658 28 5,092 13,873 3,351 72.8 26.7 36.7 3.0 52.2
5:194 46 661.7 : 1111 76.9 32. 142 0 36.747:j1, Louisville & Nashville....................................195 5051 1223 1430 18,117 1,055 114103 3,110 77.8 142.5 36.6 147.0
1:5,5 142 16,605 ; I.4 ,124 7, 1, .5 1 .,7 .o17,1
53 4 1464505 3297 3 4 319 5,073 I 15,:92 1,227 18,308 1,031 25 5,1 12," 4,405 71.0 29.6
1:0 P eaond11:30 61:,17?$ 9,191 460 ,001 41 6108.5o6 .~
:14 O 2,737 369 3,~. 11 1,0O5 2,6214 1482 75.0 2. 39.8 31. 14.195 Saor Air Lie.............95 14,308 6,989 113 911 16 ,0 7,197 1 15 3. 4. 65 11.
14:~10 ,8,78 336 3,. 2 1143 2 1,239 2,702 1455714.8 34.3 5.9 31.8 1.ne......................42.5 41934 1,310 7,3 1, 9,993 1428 3 3,335 7,516 1,1 75.2 33.114.1 143.3
.722 26 7,010 2 2,107 101 1,236 1. 30.1 141.3 3 6 50.2 1,,5 Southern ........................................................19 6 44 16,079 1 19,01 704 6247 15,041 2,16 76.0 31.5 141.5 37.9 .
6,644 6,22 643 7,110o 12 2,121 5,082 1,6714 28.7 41.8 3431 50.0 1934 19314 6,645 16,925 1814 20,197 7145 36 6 ,128 114,536 3,981 70.9 29.9 142.2 35.0

2,66 876 62 1,006 5 269 70 5 76.5 26.s 35.0 41.8 54.6 19p Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ...... ........193 1,636 2,313 26 0-
1:66 800 52 927 1 217 9 F71-72.4 313 32.7 1 1 736 1 283.d9610 29.0 31. 14. 542
11 ,71.7 23.1 31.3 143.1 57.7 19 19 1,651 2.,8 155 2,759 14 2 2,029 101 73 .6 22.2 O. .. 59.2

-"Net railway operating income:' is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."
I ncludes Boston & Albany. Michigan Central, and Big Four Lines, lessors to New York Central.
jDeficit or other reverse items.
(Over)


Seemd N. M-I
MARCH, 1935


U.S. DEPC"TORY







Subject to revision


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


MARCH, 1935


BUREAU OF STATISTICS


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


FOR THE MONTH OF MARCEL IM AND 104 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH, 1935 AND 1934
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses.expenses._expenses, expenses.
Average Net Oper- percent of percent of AverageENe tO nr
miles Equipment railway ating miles Equipmnt railway ating
of road oper- ratio Region, road, and year of road All oper- ratio
Tota atro(pr-d- Opr-lOlr Perasn- ating (per- Oe- pr0:e- p r
operated Freiht PTotal saints- Total ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- opeFreigh treight Paeten- Total mainte- Total
Depre- Retire- nanoe cent ating atng atng tng ger Depre- Retire- nance income* cent) ating sting sting ating
ciatior et revs- ex- reve- ex- ciation ments reve- ex- revs- ex-
caion ments ues penses nues penses nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (fM (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)
Northwestern Region:
a, ,:9.15 M: 373, 5 1,96 57,6 79 1 3o Ch oicao o North Western ......................... ... ........ , , ,6 *. o. '. 5 . 5.

1 .1 1 .5.2199,6. 3..: 180 3 50 .1 1 93J.Chicagoort.Western.............-19 3$1.276 $10 $5 2180 85 .1 3 3
373531963 2,06M7k 9.13 2 3.0 ....13......3 13 s 1 6941 17.309 1,118 10 5Z11 $113,9354 165 80.5 3 13 9. 1.1 5.
in.98.m3.e.2 5.1 1. ..........193 5 1,511 3,0031 1 1 .8 3 7 .
1,51 ,02 4411581 4 9 2.69 2 38 .64 5159 $ 15193,78 10 2 3 ,500 132 1,039 2,752 -7 78 .6 2 9.78 06 5.
M1,1866,5:685 2 783 g7 11 296 g:j 4:6 R:; 19 Chicago. Milwaukee. St. Paul & Pacific 1,5 9 036 160 9 ,21 1,8 ,57. 94 201 5.
1 lg9 25 5 7 o 5,293 1 1150401, 23 20 1 88 1 410 5 6 ,406 17 01530 8 3 37 6
10,30,8g-S2 591 1 : 2 1 2 6 2 9 : 4 2 6 3 1 F 9 9 190N, C h i c a g o S t P a u l M i n n e a p o l i s & O m a h a ..8 9 1 3 562" 32, 9089 3:6 2 2 4]L78 1 152, 9 6 9j9 0
,32k 9,1 061 2,289 3:Z2 858o 20 8.8 3 0.17.35
8,28, 2936.9 31:2 50 .5 19 Great Northam011,39383 1R 11d,20 2 M326 3 3 .3 .0 5
8,31 '.07 233 62831 1 2-811 7 28.6 7 ~2 50 19P Northern ................................ 19 8,860,39 178 8 3,5 1058. 005.
235;27 7319a 6638 1.8 7.14 505 1n 126 y 8 3.1 379C1
901,62 9 -60558 1,60529 011 962 36:2 3;.6 4.7 249:6 1935 Minneapolis. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 22'? 1,79483. 1:6A 78 9.11 3.63X
221E5M21 59,59902 35 37..0 49 9 9199g; 45.720 0.
6e5 9T.0 8.3 .5 2,.7 193 h rn Paifi......... ......... ......9. 672 9,0962310,886,0"6 10899 3- 9
29 1 ,536 .8 47 .8 191 9 86 9, 2 612 10, 77 7 0 3, 123, 5. 1 .
7 1 29 1,53, 775277.01 389 53.5
94 101 9 129 7~a 1 .01 .7 37.9 8.2 1 17.20 19 35 Oregon-Washington R.R. & Navigation Co_..1935 2293 ,8726%:13 3281 7 ,1 ,3 0 8. 91 3. 15 4.
14 1:031 ~~~~Central Western Region: 13 :12M"2 2
95131 12225; 25 866 4770 3:91 40: ;:k 19 2,069..... 10505 3.371133655.
951 7231 12 1,038 77 d 0 1 77 o o ,. 5.6 Aron........................................................ 19 3 9,026 03 68a "2 ,73 .6 1.
1 3 8 1 1 0 9 1 1 03 99197 4 89 N79 5122 0 6 9
6l:1?t g,915, 88 92 ; 1,835.89U 1,05; 3: 5. 3 559 0 19 Atchison, Topeka & Sante FeV...................... 193 1 4,14 270,99 ,971 2,7 28 70 26,021526 8.0 37. 6 28.0 38.7 115:6
1911 5 ;g6 4 14 2 6 3 : 4 : 9 Z13 ,31 23 8 5 2 9 1 292 763 0 2 8"3 3,10501 2 3,121 8 3 .0 4 1 6 9
101 ,3 3 8 7 3 4 8 3 5 9 1 :. 1 93 h ic a go B u r li ng to n &.q u. n c y .............. .......... 1 9 3 1 3 7 1 75 1 3 9 11 8,0 8 0 1,2 6 35 ,:71 19 8 3e.6 7.6 0.09



4 :12 1387 1 311.8 395.98 53.3,,55 ,0 19o1,. ~ k.

4, m 1 3 63 69 1,51 187: 38 5 O 38 4 8. 19 C i 163 2 8372 .91 : 3
,.e678 265 73.34.
9,18315, : 9 o o.2 :1 27018,690797 l,,1 3 6 4." . 1
2 0 81 1 5 2 1 w n 1 1 2 7 4 5 3 8 1 9 3 5 C h i c a g o R o c k I s l a n d & P a c i f i .. . .. 779771, 0 01 221,1 9 61 1 1:15 5, 9 0 12 .o 9 3 1 3 30e.1 1 .1 5 .

,3 ,509 1 7 1 39 1 : 5 U D e n v e r & R io G ra n d s W e s te r n .. . . . . . . -. 1 o ,-, .,58o1 . ..
1:211:1,12 3 2 : o 5 .o 19 19 352,61 3 3,81 5 252 430: 298 1 ,3733 ,6 7 8 .31
2, 6 2 1,30751T82.,253 ...... ..... ........ 19 31 2,469 ; 3 1 157 4, 013 255 1 1,35D3 ,008W612 7 4..33 .
1 I g ?0 2 3 1948 240 67.0 26.5 39 6 30:0 111.7 19 Los Angeles & Salt Lake.. . . . 1 7
2:6M 1 1 ,1 1 a3m67 6 2 40 7 7 9 45 .1 19P 19 1:2 ,136Tin3 9 30195 A 4 112 4.8 7
2,504 ~~ 91 188 614::1832-44 17.6 1935 Oregon Short Line............. 251- ~__ :M37 ,59260570.426.7 721~4.
2 ,5 111 31 1182 1258 289 347 ___ ,25120 7. 2.3 37318.
3,9621768 7260...
7:89.93228.5 938.02 :124 77.2 2-,1934 8, 1 1:8,901 3 '5 8321333 711 32218 1,8 48.1 172. 3.
~~ ~ :1~ ~ 1497 3 2:677.2L271,; 3 1 39- I93Z Southern Pacific Company i ............ ..1 ~ 8~ 2 2,9 .,1 22,245 7.1 2.
3 1065 16-5 28. 380 Z6 7 1 9 .nin.Pacfic..19 3 ,0 1 0'1ws, 903 ,9 1,191,8 78.6 2 .3 110 351 11.
38;- 20435 4. 3Z S:P,3 10:9 3:62 72:C 2: 5 7.4 A
73 --1--- 1:4 3 7i201911993,768-1233
3 ,768 11436 5,28 119 309,8283 110Suth ese52Regon
Sfl 206'1 820 8 2 2 R:6 8,1 1 8.7 19P U io r-naciic..... x........Lines.. .............. 19 2,91 1161 147 :4-0 201 ,25 4111 99 S 9. 1. 4.
3 24 171 182:06 8 2 120 3.! 45 4~7 ~: 7.24119 3:6 j 12:0 1138 'c c4 .1, 51k .8. 56 s4.
in 1 3 ,2062 10 7 4 :3.4 2.6 0 3 9.1 4 1 9 Ssouetrn iPcfi............19P 376 22 3 99 1,~i 109342 6015 111,6738378 859 3. 4109.6 326
7,2363 5,031g 145 105
29 D6 7 2 7 32 199 19; 3M 1 1 so ,, 7 1
;'26 '51 : 3396 2 2,662 385 5. 12 42.6 3.1 44.8 1 4 196360Z 1 62 4.13.9171
5 0 12 2 ,57 u 6 3 ,07820" 1375293 75.03 14 24 869 3 1 1. 7 1935 st.soui Sa Fcisco............. .190.7..1998 7:2,958178,2jig 2 15 8 --- iI7 91213 .1 8 0 02 1a
5,11 2946 185 31 1 2 56 18 1 311 2 ,729805 3. 7. 50 11. 9419 75,2 8,30 11 ,9 1 91,647,9t5 7.7 3.81.2 355 11.
193511,77P d,6153 1 193 ~ ~ o 5. 4.
19,11 ,0 1 16 2095 2 ,24 25-3 77 30.7 39. 731 7.2 19 35 Txs&8e9reas...........96 43 6,7 35815109 2 26 1 36,6 0267 1 2 32.400 364 11.
1950 1,493 153 180 10 3 112 321 71.A8- 8.2 7 39.9 350.9 43.0 1935 St.xas anaci c............................ 193 ,5 0 1,40948,0 0 ,7 ,1 7 9 38 2. 02 3. 1.
190 1 10 17 153 13 52 125 40 663 2. 1. 91 139 13193 51 21,95 81,12329 5.10 7 9961,451,518 ,0 16 .4 27.I4.2 30144.
328000-7..30OV9 31 3PSI893GO79IC719N


0 slat railway operating Income' iS derived from 'Railway operating ome,* modified by debits and credits &rising from 'Iquipment rents' and "Joint facility rent.'
a Isolde. Atchison, TopeksA S ata Fe, Gulf, Colorado A Sata Fe, end PsabsadAle A Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacif icnSteemhip Lines.
Deficit or other reverse items.


67t00-0 U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1935




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