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3 1262 08730 9216 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.


Operating revenues


Freight


(b)


201,272
201,996
1,989
2,016
2,034
2,073
831
835


2,298
2,305
1,032
1,012
1,33.1
1,35 4
11,21
11:3

1 705
1, 691
2,116
2,130
234
234
2,447
2,447
6,486
6,439
691
684
931
939

M67
397
397
10, 371
10,480
1,47

3,106
3,111
2,167
2,167
5,145
5,148
1,927
1,927

4,973
4,981
5,000
5,048
4,308
4,308
6,641
6,644
1, 619
1,636


FOPassen-O UN, 96 N 13


Passen-
ger


(c)


FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1936 AND 1935


Operating expenses


Depreci-
ation in-
cluded
in pre-
ceding
column
(f)


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income*


Oper-
ating
ratio
(per-
cent)


(h) I (i)


$32,937 $295,568
" 29,282 250,263


$237,687
198,619
2,719
2,546
3,699
3,511
1,877
1,903



5,995
5,376
1,898
1,563
3, 6J6

20,827
17,282
3, 137
2, 55
2,351
1,930
1,767
1,376

:682

12,4
10, 519

1,941
2,112
912
781
1,237
910



27,389
23,790
4,150
4,278
10,115
9,567
7,231
,076
2,485
2,483
1,005
907



6,265
5,175
2,185
2,024
5,963
5,169
1,093
880


Maintenance
expenses,
percent of

Oper- Oper-
ating eating
reve- ax-
nues penses
(.1) (k)


$9 ,225
2,973

1,18
1,01
1 Z30


7T
1,227
1,221
1,992
1,865
682
637
947
930
9,236
7,739
&44
749





1,221
1,025

6,79



342
342
498
374
528
502
10,652
8,847

1,122
1,118
2,953
2,596
2,148
1,789
1:g,2

442
438
2 611
2:432
2,372
1,925
1,0.83
1,049

2,416
2,o96
298
28


Transportation
expenses.
percent of


Oper-
ating
reve-
nues
(1)


Oper-
ating
ex-
penses
(in)


Total


All
mainte-
nance

(e)


[oney items in thousands of dollars)


286
300
91
81
222
225

32

3:N
87




191
197
1,349
1,387
128
138


51
197

151
17
577







6376
537
126
135
49
90



7







79
95
1

265
245
699
6T77
376
376
176
186

70
542
556
348
357





43
43


1,892
1,863
73
72
583

441
432

77






84
75





216
194
1,056
905
370
375
103
89



1,613
1,575
,257
,930

N
299
269

189
159
342
271
107
91
717
630



267
259
845
713
76
63


3, 841
3,672
6,295
6,009



4,124
3,826
7,o24
6,379
2,116
1,763
4,118
3,601

29,587
25,056
3, 337
:730




1,61
3, 57,
3: 111

1208
2,486
2,660
1,165
993
1,0

2,244
2,130
36,014
31,661
4,658
4,716
lo, 6
10,221

64,98
6,429

3, 0623

1,230
1,121
7,703
6,896
7,244
6,054



7446
6,479
1,239
1,006


$216,961.
193,666



4,819

1, 685
1,701
3,282
3,208
4,898
4,632



2,829
2,672
21,6)2
18, 98
2,145~

1,926
.1,715
1,387
1,156
2,877
2,631
10,485
8,775



920
873
1,102
838
1,5

25,437
22,279


5,767
5,281
4,002
3,535
2,629
2,589
1,079
1,039
6,035
5,551


2,471
2:386

5,503
5,003
841
767


$44,392
29,323
493
603


218
276
492
299
1,350
1,191


31
420

2, 546

6


490
334


2,478
2,374
47
408
,96

252
139
186
173
6,708
6,244


3,786
3,981
2,586
2,361
51
18
13

774
888

1:19



1,248
861
168
51


73.4
77.4
7.3
72.9

76.5
71.1
82.6
82.5
79.6
63.8


73.0
80.1

68.7
74.2
73.1
75.7


74.7
80.8
73.8
79.1
80.6
a4.5

77.

689
79.0
87.9
73.1
78.7
69.2
70.0
70.6
70.4


53.1
51.7
52.3
55.0



87.7
92.7
78.3
80.5





9
7:2


Region. road, and year



(n)


1936 Total-Roads listed herein .................................. 1936
1935 1)
New England Region: 1935
1936 Boston & Maine ...................................................1936
1935 1935
1936 New York. New Haven, & Hartford-._.............. 1936
1935 Great Lakes Region: 1935
1936 Delaware & Hudson .............................................. 1936
1935 1935
1936 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western..................1936
1935 1935
1936 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) ..................1936
1935 1935


Grand Trunk Western.


Lehigh Valley ----------

New York Central q/.............................

New York, Chioago & St. Louis-.............

Pre Marquette .................................

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ............................


......... 1936
1935
1936
1935
1936
1935
1936
1935
1936
1935
1936
1935


32.2
33.1





38.2
37.1
29.7
31.9
28.4
29.2
32.2
36.1
23.0
25.8
31.2
30.9





40.4
40.0
34.2
32.9


27.9
23.9



33.0
35.1



29.6
27.9
24.1
23.7
27.2
25.4
28.1
27.8
34.0
34.0
35.9
39.1
33.9
35.3
32.7
31.8
4.2
41.6
32.4
32.3
24.0
28.3


1936 Pennsylvania-.......
1935


........................... .1936
1935


1936 Reading --------_---. ............................................. 1 3
1936 Raig1936
935Pocahontas Region: 1935
1936 Chesapeake & Ohio ........... ..........................1936
1935 1935
19355
1936 Norfolk & Western -------------------._.-.--.................... 1936
1935 Southern Region: 1935
1936 Atlantic Coast Line.... .......................1936
1935 1935
1936 Central of Georgia........................... 1936
1935 1935
1936 Illinois Central .......................................1936
1935 1935
19 6 Louisville& Nashville ................................1936
1935 1935
19 6 Seaboard Air Line_.............................. 1936
i1935 1936
1935
19 6 Southern- _.............................................. 1936
i1935 1935

1936 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley........................1936
1935 1935


FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1936 AND 1935


Average
miles
of road
operated


(o)


201,448
202,179
1,996
2,031
209~

831
836

989
992
2,298
2,305
1,032
1,012
1,336
1,354
11, 21
11,39

1,705
1,691
2,116
2,130
234
234
2,447
2,447
6,46
6,440
681
685
931
939


397
397

10,431
10,480
1,427

3,106
3,113
2,167
2,170
5,145
5,14i8
1,927
1,927
4,976
4,981

5,oo4
5,050
4,308
4,308
6, 641
6,644
1,619
1,636


T -r


Operating revenues


Passen-
Freight ger


(p) (q)


$1,350514
1,16:222
15, 9
15, 13

21,588
20,182
11,296
10,881

19,350
17,067

34,388
30,955
11,028
9,118
20,745
18,19.

122,788
106,112
18 ,03
15,639

14,601
12,489
9,007
7,257
19,338
17,900
69,464
59,8O6
12, 43
liI,;q

6,o66
5,198
7,827
6,175
3,235
3,018
153,2
3.31,

25,848
23,805


40,460
34,383
16,360
15,748
6,005
5,561
38, 53,
39,514

36,558
30,509
14,718
14,148
36,603
31,825
,949
,771


Total


Operating expenses


All
mainte-
nance


(r) (s)
oney items in thousa


$180,718 $i,672,8631$532,602
160,2631i 1,45s,2241 5,,405


3,202
3, 349
11,613
10, 697





2,529
2,377
419
358
1,283

29,596
26,599
429
353
398
314



1,182
1,019


2,054
1,984





8,279
7,965



1: 91
1,615
1,390
980
817
4,207
3,639
663
619
4,341
3,921
3,00
,744

2,5.24
1,942


380
355


22,151
21,5829


12
12,315
11, 86]

24,449
22,906
39,929
36,323
12,3]04
10, 215
23,618
20,751
171, 616
150, 43
19 60]
16,565
15,766
13,462
9, 60C
7,782
22,181
20,295
79, 466
68,91
15,473
1W,799



8,957
6,928
12,O5E


204,96s
178,793



592

42,7
36,467
23,31I4
2Z,090



46,855
41,298
42, 68a4
36,324
19,231
18,075
45,010
39,452


7,948
6,154
11,837
9, 4

4,651
4,695
6,698
6,330
10,966
10,411

3,600
3,373
,691
,992

4033
:350



4,950
4,397
3,864
3,002
6,722
5,739
25,974
20,500
4, 324
3,726
2,215
1,925
2,706
2,139
3,085
3,211
60,636
49,525


17,780
15,870
11,721
11,659
6 6o

2,597
2, 69

14,674
13,396
14,278
11,995
6, 654
6,o94
13979
11: 671

1,66
l,560


Average
miles
of road
operated


*"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, lessor to New York Central.
0Deficit or other reverse items.
(Over)


Maintenance
expenses.
percent of


Transportation
expenses.
percent of


1936 Wabash ....... 1936
19 35 - ------ ------- --- -- --- -- 1 3
Central Eastern Region: 1935
1936 Baltimore & Ohio ------------------- ...................... 1936
1935 1935
1936 Central of New Jersey --------------------------------- 1936
1935 1935
1936 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ............................ 1936
1935 1935
1936 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern..............................1936
1935 1935
1936 Long Island-...................................1936
1935 1935


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income'


(v)


Depreci-
ation in-
cluded
in pre-
ceding
column
(t)
nds of dollop

$87,526
87,924
821
818
1,721
1,806



1,336
1,351
1,946
2,018
576
537
1,150
1,172
8,091
8,320



1,266
1,287
902
909
1,068
1,083
3,694
3,469


297
305

42~

582
596
10,83.1
1O,7q4
1,996
1: 90
4,212
4:078
2,249
2,252
1,067
1,126



3,288
3,365
2 091
2:1 6



1, 624
1,407
256
253


Oper-
ating
ex-
penses
(y)


rs)

1, 274,652
1,125,427
18,826
16,619
29,

10,432
10,172
19,699
19,47Z

28,658
26,898
9,068
8,175
17,736
15,728
130,425
115,075
12,697

i,162a
10, 3p

7,667
6.336
16,963
15,470
60,160
51,623
11,955
10,828
5,884
5,232
6,234
4,8g94



149,337
129,212
20,260
18,692

31,:179



17, 450
16,a7a
6, 553
6,252
36,695
32,931
31,849
28,137
16,017
14,385
32,901
30,289
4,895
4,479


Oper-
ating
reve-
nues
)x)



31.8
31.4
35.9
29.2



37.8
39.6
27.4
27.8
27.5
28.7
29.3
33.0
24 1
24.1
31.5
30.8
23.6
25.0
31.4
32.7


30.3
38.9
283
32.7
29.7
28.0
25.2
29.2
29.7
30.2
30.9
25.6
27.9
29.6
27.7
24.6
25.1
28.1
29.1
27.4
32.0
28.3
30.3
34.3
35.0



33.5
33.0
34.6
33.7
31.1
32.1
24.2
28.0


$209,610
172,591
5o
2,965



1,159
1,238
2,644
2,318
7,236
5, 984

2,216
1,127
3,614
3,113
19,689
15,O4o
4 15

2,627
1,916
2,176
1,710
2,324
2,227
12,114
11,197
596
1,779

154

1,417
445
93
35,181
33,399
6,61o
6,151
22,788
17,733
15,156
io,26
2,171
1, 696
268
157



8,142
6,266
1,162
1,690

5, 52

613
d 39


Oper-
ating
reve-
nues
(z)



36.8
37.8
42.3
41.2
38.8
39.3
38.1
38. 3
45.8
45.
37.2
37.7


44.0
44.2
37.6
38.1
33.7
35.2
36.3
37.3
32.8
35.0
38.1
39.1


43.0
41.8




32

48.0
48.8


38.7
38.2
21.9
23.1
22.6
24.3
38.4
39.1
41.5
42.1
38.8
38.9
34.1
36.5
37.9
37.0
36.1
38.0


Opera -
ating
ex-
penses
(ma)


76.2
77.2
8 0
78.2
79.2
73.5
84.7
85.8
8O.6
81.0
71.8
74.1
73.7
80.0
75.1
75.8
76.o
76.5
64.8
68.5
73.7
76.9



76.5
76.2



77.3
73.2
777
806
69.6
70.6



72.9
72.3
69.6
70.1
54.9
57.7



74.8
76.4
86.6
88.6
78.3
79.7
74.6
77.5


73.1
76.8
71.9
80.5


41.8
4o0.7
42.2
37.0
40.3
36.7
44.6
46.2
34.0
34.3
38.3
38.7


32.1
31.7
41.4
4o.3
36.4
36.5
42.6
42.5



39.6
37.1
43.2
39.7
36.2
34.4



43.4
43.7
32.9
34.7
40.6
38.3
35.3
35.8
51.2
50.4
50.1
51.7
37.8
39.6
39.6
39.5
40.0
4o.7
44.8
42.6


42.5~
41.8


I I I


48.3
48.9



49.6
53.5



56.8
56.1
51.9
50.9
52.1
51.3

586
.







49.4
52.1
51.4








49.2
48.7
41.1
42.9
49.8
51.3
46 .2
49.0
55.7
57.1
50.3
50.7
50.8
51.4
61.7
60.7
49.3
50.7


40.0
4o.1
41.L
39.3



47.5

49.6

45.8
47.1



49.3
49.5


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JUNE,1936











Subject to revision


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-Continued.


FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1936 AND 1935 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1936 AND 1935

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
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) ating ating eating ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating
nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ax- ree- x-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nues senses
(a) (b) (o) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) () (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

Northwestern Region:
85 431 1,060 8,322 $3,969 0.17 7,308 159 87.8 47. 54.3 34.0 39.7 1936 Chicago & North Western ............................. 1936 : ,55 $32,546 $4,722 $41,761 $18,o15 $2,498 38,41 d 92.0 43.1 .9 11. .
8:42,919 875 6,511 3,292 15 6,193 39 95.1 50 53.2 37.6 39.51935 1935 27,137 4,229 35,369 13,558 2,525 30,786 27587.0 38.3 44.0 41.2 47.3
1,513 1,383 47 1,528 420 42 1,038 197 68.0 27-5 40.4 3:6 49.5 1936 Chicago Great Western-................................1936 1,513 7,475 27 8,316 2,546 248 6,517 267 78.4 30.6 391 40.2 51.3
1,511 1,062 43 1,188 378 43 963 10 81.0 31.8 39.2 40 49.4 19351935 1,511 6,413 247,185 2,273 261 5,911 d 4 82.3 31.6
11,129 7,643 676 9,180 3,925 447 7,642 317 3-2 42.8 51.4 4.2 41.1 1936 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .... 1936 11,128251,330 3,227 50,259 18,159 2,689 41,178 2,123 81.9 36.1 4.1 39. .2
11,127 5,691 574 7,o62 3,717 466 7,127 d 1.021 100.9 52.6 52.2 4 39.8 1935 1935 11,133 34,536 2,519 11,378 15,009 2,809 34,626 1,104 83.7 36.3 43.3 49.9
1,648 1,370 146 1,631 45 50 1,204 220 73.8 27.3 37.0 39.6 53.6 1936 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha -- 1936 1,649 725 8,23 2,535 299 7,437 88.3 30.1 34.1 50.2 56
1,652 904 139 1,147 436 52 1,127 35 98.2 38.0 38.7 50.0 50.9 1935 1935 1,653 5A4 736 6,723 1,972 315 6,136 91.3 29.3 32.1 52.3
8,176 7,068 495 8,303 2,188 302 4,915 2,571 59.2 26.3 445 27.1 4-581936 Great Northern..........................1936 88261. 283. 36.1
: 96 8,238 31,452 2,25 36, 887 10:393 1:943 26,351 6,809 1.4 29.1 3. 5.
8,282 5,202 482 6,308 1,487 308 3,859 1,839 2 2 38.5 29.9 48 1935 935 8,297 27,213 1,989 32,091 8,573 1,814 22,313 5,788 69.5 26.7 38.4 36.5 52.5
4,297 2,110 133 2,433 749 101 1,764 347 72.5 30.8 42.4 34.6 47.8 1936 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 1936 4,297 10,721 531 12,208 3,962 612 10,218302 83.7 32.5 388 43.0 51.4
4,297 1,728 12 2,008 697 91 1,647 93 82.0 34.7 4 .3 38.7 47.2 1935 1935 4,297 8,99483 10,343 3,774 547 9,411 3651
6,727 4,039 441 4,956 1,823 261 4,125 54.5 83.2 36.8 44 2 Z5: 43-1 1936 Northern Pacific.........--. ..-- --------------1936 6772,86185 26204 9,792 1,565 23,463 d 145 5 89374 417 40957
6,722 2,907O41953,,714 1,697626863.555 :
6,722C2,907e419 3,731 1,697268 3,697 d 21 "99. 1 "455 45942.2 1935centralwestern Region: 1935 6,722 18,966 1,561 22,787 9,1 1
S 993 169 1,327 4-68 29 1,069 d 16 80.6 35. 3.8 3.4 76.4 1936 Alton.............................................................1936 96 ,22 96 2- 2,359 170 6,029 d 80.1 31.3 31 40.2 5
795 145 1,105 532 25 1,10Z r 99.9 .2 U.2 .1 42.1 1935 1935 9 Z:,252 312,304 158 5,649 88.0 35.9
13,228 10,7 1,431 13,297 5,131 947 10,498 1,787 78: 38.6 49:Z 33.6 42:.61936 Atchison. Topeka & Sante Fe A/............1936 13,234 56,110 7,186 69,497 28,458 5,674 59,540 3,735 85.7 40.9 478 37.3
13,308 8,545 1,275 10,779 4,154 955 8,920 1,000 2 3.5 46. 36.2 43.7 1935 1935 13,310 49,718 6,185 61,590 23,967 5,793 51,431 4,728 83.5 38.9 46.6 37.9 4.
9,o14 ,913 714 7,488 2,819 382 6,114 264. 1.7 .7: 46.1 ?5: ? 43.4 1936 Chicago. Burlington & Quincy -------- .1936 9,016 35,76 3,561 43,963 4 2,295 34,655 3,222 788 33.0 41. 37 .
9,3 7 9 40 593 3 734 1.7 1935 1935 9,037_ 09763 8. eo4.
,,2575 6,096 2,842 5,932 97.3 29,311 2,948 36,658 13,007 2,522 30,937 653 84.4 35-5 39.6
7,574 5,122 567 6,320 2,462 37 5,0557 d 6 879 3.9 44.3. 9.4 44.8 1936 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ...........1936 7,574 27,807 3,303 34,65 13,244 2,152 32,117 Iln&P 92.aci7 38.2----1---44.3--
71,75 3839 1 ,57 2,031 3l7 ,830 99.4 1.842.10 .2o 46.51935 1935 7,575 23,432 2,803 29,512 10,275 2,215 27,301d41 [ 92.5 34.8 3550
2,584. 1542 1 1769 1,051 96 1,768 d 24o lOO.O 59.4. 59.4 34.1 34.1 1936 Denver & Rio Grande Western- ...............1936 2,58- 9,766 620 10,94 5,0 578 9,628 d 114 88.0 4.1 54. 4 34. 39
2,584 1,2401 737 100 1,390 3 = 95.7 50.7 53.0 35.0 36.5 1935 1,67454. 39.4
8,772 11,153 2,022 14,24o 3,4666 51 9,601 3,063 667.4 .24.3 36.1 349 51.98 1936 Southern Pacific Company / ..........1936 8,773 55,661 ,771 70,873 1,1668 3,10219575,7830 8,260 77.40 27.
8,767,016,6880,01 2,93 4.41,826,3993. 2.2 34278.05.9 195 9368,91M9,934,37,591871,14. 2,573578 584:7.962.2 35799.-:0.
9,824 9,029 1,55 11,712 3,451 53 8,262 1,798 70.5 29 5 41.8 30.7 43.5 1936 Union Pacific. & ........................1936 9,826 53,75 6,321 65,681 22,25 3,242 4,221 78.2 43. 34.9 4.:
7475573 573221,256 3,242 51,340 4,21 96 782 3. 32
9,832 7,45 1,12 9,643 3,881 1 7,739 505 80.3 402 50-1 35.2 43.91935 Southwstern Region: 1935 9,851 57,387 19,5 44866
3,294 2,121 208 2,567 832 107 1,976 184 77.0 32.4 42.1 34.0 44.2 1936 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ....................1936 3,294 12,114 1,025 14,508 4,662 642 11,451 776 78.9 32.1 40.7 36. 47
3,294 1,718 176 2,096 782 107 1,799 d.73 85.8 37.3 43.4 41.0 47.8 1935 1935 3,294 9,927 899 12,089 4,333 652 10,548 d 87.3 35.8 41.1
7,229 ,61 423 7139 2,493 349 5,48 717 1 6Z9 4.945.4 34.2 44.5 1936 Missouri Pacific--...........................................1936 7,229 35,653 2,24, 41,422 13,937 2,101 32,540 3,449 78.6 33.6 4.8 37.2 1:3
105,71. 2,292 356 5,053 8801 45.4 39.2 44.3 1935 1935 7,236 29,359 1,902 34,621 12,882 2,16o 29,056 1,493 83.9 37.2 443 39.3
4,928 3,314 325 3,975 1,536 26 3,272 9356 2 : 8.6 .9 4:. 43-5 1936 St. Louis-San Francio...................16 425 1,58 21,97,669 1615 18,618 1,6 84.895
2222Z 3 168,455-- --1,508-----2--,9----.7368,664 6152 18,681 ,688d4.82-957 .74 4.
4,938 2,589 222 3,119 1,46 2 3,14 d 196 96. 47-3 43 19351935 5,027 15,55 1,195
1959,27 15555,15 18,543 8,468 1,582 17,195 d 7 92.7 5. 4923 434
1,784 1,5U 25 1,658 461 50 1,111 279 67.0 27.8 41.5 30.0 44.8 1936 St. Louis Southwestern Lines_.......................1936 1,794 a,88 1o4 9,228 2,4"l 303 6,10 1,570 6.-3 26.7
1,786 1:2v,2 17 1,312 351 51 927 153 70.7 2b .8 37.9 33.2 46.9 1935 1935 1,786 7,74 91 7,283 1,937 313 35:30 1,570 651 26. 93.9
4,430 2,740 321 3,327 1,176 140 2,663 255 80.0 35.3 44.2 37 .11936 Texas & New Orleans -------------------------8----------------1936 443131614 68215,24o1,557 7. 33-7
4,430 2,108 238 2,571 902 137 2,339 d 9 91.0 35.1 38.5 5 46.7 1935 1936 4,4420 16,316 11,35 15373'9 917 15,209 15578.733.7-.14-~4.
1,950 1,825 257 2,262 682 98 1,598 385 70.6 30.1 42. 43 1936 Texas & Pacific...........................................1936 1,50 10,12,940 3,820 584 9,039 2,390 69.9 29.5
1,950 1,533 183 1,923 567 101 1,362 374 70.8 29.541.6530.91 .b 1935 1,950 8,999936 10,977 3,2046037827 1,952 713 29.21.5 .1
'Net railway operating income' is derived from "Railway operating Income," modified by debits and credits arising from 'Equipment rentsl and 'joint facility rent.m 86831.0 U.SGOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFZCE-1936
SIncludes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Includes Oregon Short Line, Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company, Los Angeles & Salt Lake, and St. Joseph & Grand Island Railway, leased January 1, 1936.
Deficit or other reverse items.


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