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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 MARCH, 1936 AND 1935 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH, 1936 AND 1935

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expenses, expenses,
Net Oper- percent of percent of Net Oper- percent of percent of
Average Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway eating
miles ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles ation in- oper- ratio
of road Passen- All eluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All eluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating sting seing a ting operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) eating eating ating eating
nance ceding revs- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding revs- ex- reve- ex-
column nues panses nues penses column nues penses Hues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i (J) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa)
(Money items in thousands of.dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

201,434 $223.301 $2,422 $275,141 97,599 $14,665 *211,976 S31,160 76.9 31.5 41.3 37.5 45.5 1936 Total-Roads listed herein ................................. 1936 201,448 $654,241 $90,185 511,415 $254,715 $43,721 $631,999 $91,918 77.9 31.4 403 35.7 49.7
202,216 203,037 25,519 250.735 74,939 14.745 19,556 34,636 75.6 29.5 39.5 37.1 49.1 1935 1935 202,299 572,430 79,845 713,739 217,967 4o69 557,121 78,005 78.1 30.5 39.1 38-5 49.3
New England Region:
1,997 2,352 41 3,325 1,571 137 3,414 1 9 102.7 47.2 46.0o 4.0o 46. 1936 Boston & Maine-....- -- 1936 1,997 7,600 1,655 10,694 4,079 411 9,645 d 90.2 35.1 42.3 45.1 50.0
2,038 2,531 525 3,550 959 135 2,710 503 75.7 26.8 35.4 41.8 55.3 1935 1935 2,035 7:453 1,746 10,677 3,151 402 5,504179.7 29.5 37.0 43.3 54.4
2,054 3,350 1,551 6,030 2,295 285 5,318 d 37 55.7 38.1 43.0 42.4 4..9 1936 New York. New Haven, & Hartford. ............... 1936 2,059 10 94 5,q587 15,537 ,5892 955 14, 6 757 79.9 31.5 39.5 40.0 50.1
2,065 3,256 1:7142 5,731 1,509 291 U,72 625 74.5 26.3 35- 40.5 54.3 1935GraLkeRgin 1935 2,065 9149 5: 10 17,095 Z,551 908 12,737 1,765 74.5 26.6 35.7 4.1 53.5
74.5 26.3 3..3Great Lakes Region:
831 1,556 50 1,754 79 92 1,701 d 46 96.9 45-3 146.9 41.5 42.5 1936 Delaware & Hudson. 1936 831 5,504 26 6,026 2,259 251 5,225 517 86.5 475 43.2 40.2 46.4
836 1,624 71 1,775 760,52 1,737 d 33 97. 4M 43.5 41.3 42.2 1935 1935 836 5,174 262 5,665 2,355 247 5,363 116 94.7 1.6 4.0 4.4 42.7
994 2,665 554 3,668 1,091 223 3,236 89 88.2 29.5 33.7 50 2 56.9 1936 Delaware. Lackawanna & Western..................-1936 994 8,946 1,721 11,933 3,302 669 9,955 928 83.7 27.7 33.1 49.5 57.9
992 2,735 514 3,685 1,024 225 3,097 309 82.7 27.8 33.6 46.8 56-5 1935 1935 992 8,227 1,576 10,953 3,051 675 9,126 830 53.1 27.5 33.4 47.5 57.2
2,298 5,550 414 6,457 1,759 324 4,761 1,154 73.7 27.2 36.9 39.2 53-1 1936 Erie (including Chicago & Erie)}................-1936 2,295 16,726 1,267 19,341 ,234 975 14,237 3,381 73. 27.1 36.5 39.3 53.4
2,305 5,232 350 6,095 1,665 337 4,439 1,104 72.5 27.4 37.6 37.9 52.1 1935 1935 2,305 15,241 1,167 17,737 902,03 13,123 2,59 74.0 27.6 37.4 3. 52.2
1,02 1,509 57 2,019 597 15 1,514 314 76.7 29.6 3.6 40.9 53.4 1936 Grand Trunk Western-.................................... 1936 1,032 5,047 213 ,696 1,639 311 4,400 835 77.2 29.5 372 42.1 54.5
1,012 1,613 54. 1,759 521 59 1,356 250 75.5 29.1 35.4 40.1 52.9 1935 1935 1,012 4,3561SO 4,9071,514 265 3,949 46050.5 30.9 38.4 42-5 52.9
1,337 3,119 195 3,565 1,005 191 3,042 163 55-3 28.2 33.0 49.5 58.0 1936 Lehigh Valley --.-............ 1936 1,337 10,116 659 11,523 2,961 577 9,263 1,136 so.4 25.7 32.0
1,35 2,650 146 515 196 255 111 549 26. 31.6 49.5 58.3 1935 1935 1,354 5,743 575 9,983 2,420 599 7,19 115 753 242 31.0 59:1
17 30 ,57 11 9.9 2681:4:79 22 31.o 6. 59 .1
11,215 21,003 4,727 29 ,094 ,S,072 1,349 22,060 3,395 75.5 31.2 41.1 37. a 49.9 1936 New York Central & ---.................1936 11,215 61,036 15,104 55,256 26,565 4,046 65,974 8,776 77.4 31 4o.7 I135.5 50.1
11,393 1.54.3 4,263 25,738 7,998 1,357 19,572 3,092 76.0 31.1 40.9 37.6 49.5 1935 1935 11,393 53,141 13,510 75,271 22,876 4,160 57,632 7,604. 76.6 30.Z 39.7 35.6 50.4
1,705 3,197 63 3,364 795 129 2,181 740 64.5 23.7 36.6 34.1 52.6 1936 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ............... 1936 1,705 9,156 197 9,679 2,206 37 6,370 2,016 65.5 22.5 34.6 35.6 54.0
1,691 2,902 52 3,0149 724 136 1,959 694 64.3 23.7 37.0 33.1 51.5 1935 1935 1,691 5,075 169 5,517 1,972 4055,651 1,1697 663 23.2 34.9 35.1 53.0
2,116 2,5 5 2 753 794 211 1,951 535 70.9 28.8 40.7 36. 1 o1936 Pere Marquette- -,- 1936 2,116 7,171 213 7,725 2,432 636 5,597 1,151 76.3 31.5 41.2 35.7 50.7
2,130 2,244 6 2,5 733 214. 1:70 356 73.7 30.7 41.6 36. 5 1935 1935 2,130 6,415 161 6,560 2,120 655,125 1,122 74.7 30.9 41.4 37.1 .7
234 1,255 1,35 10 1,202 21 890 51.5 .4 4.3 63 41. 935 Pttsburg & Lake Erie... --.........1935 234 1 4,252 1,75 4 773 6.2 41.9 4.6 36.6 42.4
234 1,255 46 1,376 54243 1,121 2 15 5 9.44 39 37 6 4.3 1936 i4gh51935 234 3,555169 3,827 21739W51451 35.5 47.1 35.4 43.3

21 44.7 3,446 1 389 178 2,87 491 74.1 29.5 39.5 37.1 51.1 1936 Wabash_ .0.0............................................... 1936 2.7 49,702 584 1116 3 ,20955 8,438 1,313 75.6 28.7 3.0 389 51.5
2, 7 3,204 11 3,596 M 151 2,665 502 74.2 263 635.5751.7n: 1911 7,656 1,06 76.0 26,7 35.1 39.3 51.7
Central Eastern Region:
6,1 40 10,14 702 11,571 4,56 616 10,256 349 .86.7 3.4 44.3 395 45.6 1936 Baltimore & Ohio-------0...........................1936 6,1140 32,652 2,15 37,273 12,272 1,553 901466 4,527 79.1 32.9 41.6 37.9 47.9
6,144.1 11,051 700 12.511 3,4.10 577 5,737 2,7;13 69.8 27.3 39.0 34.114.9 1935 1935 6,441 29,952 2,205 34,262 9532 1,731 24,950 6,29672.5 27.5 382 36.2 49.7
651 1,790 332 2,294 7450 129 1,9 7 d5.6 3 2 .6 37.6 47.2 5453 1936 Central of New Jersey------o--------...................... 1936 651 6,271 1.004 7,732 2,126 34 5,977 31577.3 275 3.6 4 .7 56.6
654 1,526 315 2,309 570 136 1:7149 155 75.7 24.7 32.6 43.5 57.8 1935 1935 655 5,617 967 7,029 1,902 415 5,546477 75.9 27,1 33 U-40 55.5
931 1,096 93 1,350 3 50 1,032 106 76.5 26.6 37034 503 1936 Chicago & Eastern Illinois---.--.............1936 931 224.3,97 1,130 1503052 275 76.6 29.4 37.0 39.3 51.3
91939 1,026A 77 6 1,296 52 62 L09 69.2 23.5 3.4 36.3 52.4 1935 1935 93922 343 155 2,553 313 74,6 26.2
1,376 1,534 440 7Z .1,02 360 66.5 2.7 43.2 33.9 50.9 1936 ElginJolist & Eastern ------------ -1936 - 3,531 4,261 1,265 226 002 65 70:5 29.7 42.1 36.6 52.0
1,175 1,259 347 7854 295 66.3 26.9 40.6 33.2 50.2 1935 1935 43.- 3560 961 222 2,440 763 5 27.2 39.7 34.9 51.0
397 46 1,22 1,896 496 99 1,528 23 80.6 26.2 32.5 50.3 62. 1936 Long Island-...................................................1936 397 1,577 3,859 5,679 1,553 297 4,757 1-129 54.3 27.3 32.4 52.8 62.7
397 249545 9 1,545 3 85.8 30.3 35.3 51.5 60.41935 3,701 5,379 1,70124,725 97.9 31. 36.0 52.4 59.6
10,443 23,235 4,918 31,252 9,371 1,526 23,779 3,782 76.1 30.0 39.4 38.3 50.3 1936 Pennsylvania....................................................... 1936 10,443 72,14149 16,513 97,769 30,220 5,289 75,214 13,801 76.9 30.9 4o.2 35.4 49.9
O,41 23,226 4,542 30,593 8,435 1,515 21,947 6,269 71.0 27.3 38.4 36.2 50.9 1935 1935 10,1486 64,542 15,122 57,906 24,720 5,201 64,624 16,026 73.5 28.1 38.3 37.3 50.5
1457 3,9o4 31 4,40 1,192 266 3,349 835 74.5 26.6 35.6 41-.45 : 1936 Reading ........ .............................. 1936 1,457 12,906 1,025 14,552 3,702 501 10,561 3,069 72.4 25.4 35.1 40.7 56.2
1.46o 3,636 22 4,095 1,119 251 3,054 530 74.6 27.3 36.6 .4. 54.191935 1935 1,46o 11,603 753 13,07 3,500 755 9,643 2,691 73.7 26.7 36.3 39.7 53.8
3,106 9,026 231 9,605 2,942 707 5,70 3,129 5.7 30.6 ;1.2 23.7 39.7 1936 Chesapeake & Ohio.............................................1936 3,106 29,712 705 31,305 5,912 2,112 17,473 11,610 55.8 2.5 51.0 22.5 40.4
3,113 9,510 192 10,012 2,796 4742 3,681 56 27921. 39.7 1935 1935 3,115 25,927 599 27,47 7,999 2,050 15,712 9,232 57.3 29.2 50.9 22.5 39.5
2,167 6,851 153 7,225 1,914 374 3,886 2,506 53-. 26.5 493 22.6 420 1936 Norfolk & Western..........1936 2,165 19,969 472 21,075 5,572 1,120 11,604 7,779 55.1 26.4 4.0 23.7 43.1
2,165 6,170 133 6,539 2,005 369 3,979 2,064 60.9 30.7 50.5 23.7 38.9 1935 1935 2,173 17,370 391 15,353 5,552 1,105 11,595 5,209 63-1 32.0 50.7 24.2 3.4
Southern Region:
5,146 3121 1,027 4,0 474 1 l1 178 3,072 59 6 .23.6 36:2 34:4 52:7 91936 Atlantic Coast Line .......................................---1936 5,1466 ,303 2,078 12'564 3,374 575 9,135 1,584 72" .26.9 ;:9 ;1:6 4:7
1,927 1,139 117 1,428 64 1,123 154 71.6 30.1 35.2 39.0 49.6 1936 Central of Georgia-........................................1936 1,927 2,991 361 3,507 1,293 193 3,314 124 87.0 34.o 39.0 42.4 4.8
1,927 1,023 115 1:314 430 70 1,106 54 84.2 32.7 38.5 39.4 46.5 1935 1935 1,927 2,719 345 3,518 1,161 195 3,095 g4 58.0 33.0 37.5 41.7 47,4
4,977 6,634 715 7,937 2,380 547 6,072 1,009 76.5 30.0 39.2 38.7 50.6 1936 Illinois Central.. . ..1936 4,978 19,667 2,275 23,634 6,995 1,656 15,413 3,030 77.9 29.6 .0 40.1 51.5
4,981 6,051 691 7,302 2,251 633 5,589 1,100 76.5 30.5 .3 37.7 193 1935 1935 4,981 16,956 2,04 20,611 6,534 1,9o4 16,347 2,727 79.3 31.7 0.0 39.1 '4-.3
5,009 6,025 496 7,064 2,593 350 1,200 75.2 36.7 46 .9 34:1 43.7 1936 Louisville & Nashville......................... 1936 5,009 18,355 1,541 21,433 7,422 1,046 16,405 3,90 76.6 34.6 45.2 34.7 45-3
5,051 5,196 463 6,154 1,997 367 Z:756 1,01 76.9 32.3 42:.0 6.7 47. 1935 1935 5,051 15,229 1,430 15,115 5,994 1,055 14,103 3,110 77.9 33.1 42.5 36.6 47.0
4,305 2,725 531 3,656 1,136 15 2,515 504 76.4 30.8 40.4 35.6 46.6 1936 Seaboard Air Line ................................... 1936 4,305 7,344 1,612 10,003 3,344 470 5,196 656 81.9 33.4 40.6 37.5 l46.2
4:305 2,744 369 3,498 1045 154. 2,62Z52 75.0 29.9 39. 3:.0 45.3 1935 1935 4:3o 7,003 1,173 9,18 3,001 460 7,497 610 51.6 32.7 4o.o 36.5 44.
6,641 6,354 7o4 7,750 2,343 271 5,525 1,533 71.6 30.1 42.4 35.0 49.3 1936 S-1936 6,641 18,313 2,202 22,1452 6,555 512 16,4703,05 74 30.5 41.6 36. 0
6,644 5,723 625 7,007 2,107 235 5,101 1,236 72.6 30.1 41.3 36.5 50.2 1935 1935 6:644 16,079 1,567 19,794 6,247 704 15,041 2,546 76. 31.6 41,5" 37.949.
1,619 1,053 1,212 252 44 634 156 65:. 263. 335 36.33 55.7 1936 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley .................1936 1,619 2,572 174 3,271 500 127 2,435 207 74.5 24.4 32.5 41.9 56.2
1,63 57 62 1,005 26 51 770 59 766 2. 35.0 41.9 54.6 13 1935 1,636 2,31L13'269871152,3 ....S 5.1 20 349 4.1 42

a"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income" modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."
_/ Includes Boston & Albany. lessor to New York Central.
Deficit or other reverse items.
(Over)


Statement No. M-150
MARCH, 1936












Subject to revision


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


MARCH, 1936


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 MARCH,1936 AND 1935 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH, 1936 AND 1935

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expenses, expenses.
Net Oper- percent of percent of Net Oper- percent of percent of
Average Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway ating
miles ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles ation in- oper- ratio
of road Passen- All eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All cluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) eating ating ating ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating
nance ceding reve- ex- rave- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) () (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (a)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

Northwestern Region:
8,355 5,5 49 $675 $6,961 $2,426 $415 $5,911 $49 84.9 34. 41.1 43.1 50.8 1936 Chicago & North Western ...............1936 9,355 $15,077 $2,228 $19,465 $7,213 $1,254.1773 4$826 91.1 3711
8:4a.512 630 5,790 1,816 1417 ,771 289 82. 31. 39.1 41-5 50.4 1935 1935 6,4a 12,630 1,985 16,494 5,205 1,276 1,0 ISO 8 85.2 31.6 37.1 3.5
1,513 1,295 60 1,450 410 41 1,103 91 76.0 28.3 37.2 W1.5 53.2 1936 Chicago Great Western--....................................1936 1,51, 3,389 140 3,801 1,311 123 3,390 d 3192 34.
1,511 1,02043 1,157 369 43 999 d 51 86.4 31.9 37.0 43.3 50.1 1935 1935 1,511 3,001 125 3,397 1,114 131 3,008 d.:6 32.8.8 50.5
11,124 7 ,49 118 8,712 2,610 .4 6,528 942 74.9 30.0 40.0 0: 52.1 1936 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific... 1936 11,124 20,653 1,512 24,459 7,661 1, 419,6731,421 904 31..7
11,128 6,110 359 7,172 2,120 469 5,685 532 79.3 29.6 37.3 06 51.3 1935 1935 11,139 17,041 1,124 20,181 6,406 1,410 17,015 303 84-3 31.7 37.6 -249 50.9
1,64. 1,185 -19 1,4o8 404 50 1,9 99 d 128 92:3. :. .31"1 .556 60.2 1936 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha -- 1936 1,6 33973t4, 035,19 150 3,847 d 1402 953 29.7
1,652 90 125 1,108 259 53 59.9 1935 1935 1,6 2682 2969 d 135 90.1 23.8 26.
8,251 5,016 356 5,859 1,611 317 4,305 745 73.5 27.5 37.4 38.6 52.5 1936 Great Northern.........................................1936 8,251 12,635 1,043 15,025 4,832 932 12,879440 85.7 32.2
8,282 4,326 281 5,060 1:449 308 3,928 411 77. 28.6 36.9 39.2 50.5 1935 1935 8,312 11,709 863 13,824 4,201 993 11,573 126 83.7 30.4 36.3 4.5.
4,297 1,822 89 72059 655 102 1,12 60 83.1 31.8 38.2 3 52.1 1936 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 1936 4,297 4,80 240 5,461 1,889 307i 5,111 d490 946 34.
4,297 1,458 73 1,670 605 91 1,608 d24 96.3 36.2 37.6 47 9.6 1935 1935 4,297 3,938 2064533 1,727 274 ,74.10 7 38.142
6727 3,09 260 4,587 1,477 261 3,183 569 82.5 32.2 39.1 19:4 47.7 1936 Northern Pacific-..........................................-1936 6,727 10,187 815 12,173 4,377 781 11,355 295 93.3 36.0
6,722 3,3 215 4,013 1,382 262 3,311 281 90.0 34.4 38. 16.1 1935 Central Western Region: 1935 6,722 9;125 683 10,883 4,0 787 10,69 d 1 982 37.- 37.8 406
91,95 14 1,218 379 27 986 d 81.0 31.1 38.5 41.o 50.6 1936 Alton...... -----------. 1936 9 6 2,701Z07 3,713 1,078 82 2,953 11 79.5 29.0 6 41.7
38191,125 310 25 866 3U 77.0 27.5 35.8 4.4 52.4 1935 1935 092 7 3,137 868 2 2,505 17 79.9 27.752
-2,262 3, 3 ,,2 2354779 9 2 .41.9 52.5
13,235 9,733 1,084 11,857 4,802 946 9,964 681 84.0 40.5 48.2 36.4 .3 1936 Atchison, Topeka & Santate Fe _/...........1936 13,25 26, 3,454 32,964 13,179 2,835 28,488 1,355 86.4 46.0 46. 38.6 44
13,307 ,437 '951 10,319 3,874 966 8,774 623 85.0 37.5 44.2 37.4 .0 1935 1935 13,313 23,i'z: 2,975 29,252 11,605 2,925 26,042 367 89.0 39-7 38.8
9,014 6,448 510 7,703 2,070 34 5,4r8 1,196 70.9 26.9 37.9 36.4 1.4 1936 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy.............1936 9,018 1,445 1,707 22,364 6,222 1,15 16,535 2,992 73. 27. 768
9,037 5,251 427 6,1100 1,921 2 5,0 514 78. 30.0 38.1 38. 4 7 1935 14,66Z 1,391 18,075 1,263 14,713 881 30.6 -.6 4:01 49.
5-,0787 30,236-11935 9,037 131 1805 5,53521473gl 1
7,577'57 %, 84'91 5,096' 8 2,622116 3059 4,1350 d 82 88.5 35.250 39.6 43. 11. 1936 Chicago.1,02 1,29 1 Rook79 IiiIsland 9.& Pacific.48" k.16" 5.10.
7,574 4,91 0 6,048 216 370 610 d 2 88.7 310 35.2 45.0 5-781936 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific.............. 1936 7,574 13,281 1,683 16,688 6,069 1,079 15,631 d 5 93.- 36.4
7,576 420 5,209 187 32450 1935 7,576 11,502 1,29 14492 4,790 1,111 13,534 d1012 9 33.13 415
2,O58 1,588 91 1,765 77 96 1,512 26 85.7 43.8 51.1 34.5 40.2 1936 Denver & Rio Grande Western_.. 1936 2,54 4,74o0285 5,278 2,037 289 4,325 31.9 3133.6
2,6o2 1,304 108 1,501 514 99 1,192 128 79.3 3Z.2 43.1 34.5 43.5 1935 1935 2,613 3,812 252 I,320 1,373 298 3,38636 78.3 31.8 14o. 35.5 45-3
8,772 9,290 1,496 11,636 3,260 14 8,829 1,237 75.9 28.0 36.9 38.2 50.3 1936 Southern Pacific Company --/-............ 1936 8,774 25,611 4,627 32,727 9,501 1,551 25,876 2,806 79.1 29.0 36.
8,794 7,619 1,320 9,724 2,672 12 7,519 1,006 77.3 27.5 35-5 39.3 50.8 1935 1935 8,792 21,284 3,967 27,24 7,723 1,476 21,822 2,061 79.6 28.2 35.4 40.2 50.5
9,26 9,43 9303 a,296 3,964 0 ,775 917 77.7 35.1 45 2 33. 443.0 1936 Union Pacificg /.............................. .1936 9,826 26,506 2,717 31,828,29 1,87 25,108 23 789 32. 415 363 4
9,85 9,971 2,977 67 73.8 29.9 40.5 33.5 45.4 1935 Southwestern Region: 1935 9,868 23,338 2,02b 27,659 8,276 1,619 21,114 2,423 76.3 29.9 39.2 35.2 46.1
3,294 2,059 14 2,5 780 107 1,921 133 78.3 31. 406 36.1 46 1 1936 Missouri-Kansas-TexasLines .......................... 1936 3,294 5,892 45 7,017 2,230 321 5,663 807 318 394 38 47.2
3,294 1,693 150 2,062 627 110 1,696 30 82.3 30.4 37.0 38.4 46.7 1935 1935 3,294 4,72847 5,787 2,034 329 5,205 d 4 89.9 35.2 39.1 45.1
7,229 6,064 341 6,976 2,458 350 5,530 505 79.3 35.2 44:2 36.5 46.1 1936 Missouri Pacific............................................ 1936 7,229 1,078 1,090 20, 6,572 1,052 16,105 2,00 77.3 31.5 .8 38.1 3
7,236 5,045 297 5,905 2,200 364 5,162 104 87. 37.3 42 39.1 448 1935 1935 7,236 14,575 93 6,14,675378 85.9 35.2 39.6
4,928 3,026 219 3,577 1,445 26 3,90226 486.4 "40.6 .9 38.o 44 .o 1935 S t. Louis-San Fraiscoo-................................. 31936 4,928 ,9459693 10,59 4,175 808 9,088 43 85.8 .4
5,42 2,579 186 3,076 1,373 22b,3 9 53 4.6 4- 97 1713 1935 5,047 7,497 5 9 ,95 3,892 793 8,458 d 218 9z443.5 60 103 4.
1,781 1,618 15 1,691 414 51 1,029 40 60.9 24.5 46.2 28,.2 46.3 1936 St. Louis Southwestern Lines............. 9 11,1557
1,786 1,321 15 1,385. 326 52 889 306 64.2 23.5 36.7 30.8 47.9 1935 1936 1,781 4314 446 4,524 1,117 152 2,953 871 65.3 24.7.
5 367 3051935 1,786 3,655 45 3,846 97 2,585 695 67.2 24.2 3.2
4,430 2,903 231 3,424 1,055 141 2,468 466 72.7 30.8 2.4 32.2 44.3 1936 Texas & New Orleans.......................1936 4,40 8,075 716 9,544 3,088 421 7,393 882 77.5 32.4 41.8 34.4 4.4
4,1 3 2,412 217 2,914 895 136 2,244A 330 77.0 30.7 39.9 34.8 45.2 1935 1935 4,443 6,775 35 8,133 2,642 4o9 6,605 496 81.2 32.5 4.0 36.4 4.8
1,950 1.4 176 2201 646 97 1:49 45a 68.1 29.3 43.1 29.6 43.- 1936 Texas & Pacific.. ........................1936 1,950 51- 6,216 1,835 291 4,356 1,170 70.1 29.5 42.1 30.9 4.1
1,950 1,544 153 1,869 536 10 339.9 30.9 43.0 1935 1935 1,950 4,384 4 5,303 1,575 301 3,915 786 73.8 29.7 46.2 31.6 4.9
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'Net railway operating income' Is derived from 'Railway operating income,* modified by debits and credits arising from 'Equipment rents' and 'Joint facility rent.'
Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
0 Includes Oregon Short Line, Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company, Los Angeles & Salt Lake, and St. Joseph & Grand Island Railway, leased Januay 1, 1936.
Deficit or other reverse Items.


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