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,,,,,UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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U3 1262 08730 9372
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


Staement No. M-150
SEPTEMBER, 1936


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)


Passen


Passen-
ger


(0)


Total


(d)


UNIV, OF. FL LI.
- JOW! E", D D


Operating expenses


Depreci-
ation in-
All cluded
mainte- in pre-
nance ceding
column
(e) (f)


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income-


(h)


Maintenance
expenses.
percent of

Oper- per-
ating sting
reve- ex-
nues penses
(j) (k)


Transportation
expenses.
percent of


Oper-
ating
reve-
nues
11


Oper-
ating
ex-
pOLSeS


Region, road. and year


FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER, 1936 AND 1935


Average
miles
of road
operated


(0)


Operating revenues


Passen-
Freight ger


(p) (q)


_______ 4 1


Total


(r)


All
mainte-
nance

(s)


Operating expenses


Depreci-
ation in-
cluded
in pre- Total
ceding
column
(t) (u)


Net
railway
oper-
ating
income-


(v) I (.)


Maintenance
expenses.
percent of


Oper-
ating
reve-
nues
(x)


Oper-
ating
ex-
penses
(y)


Transportation
expenses.
percent of


Oper-
ating
reve-
nues
(z)


1-1 i- -I I- i -, i -I I- i I .I ,.., % 1 l 1 1 41 4i -I i %-I I- I i III i III i I-I i II iI- I 4I4--I I 41 11 .,4 4i- 4 I


201,264
201, 796
1,989
2,000
2,039
2,073
831
836

985
992
2,298
2,305
1,02
1,012
1,3JI
1:3 0

11,364
11-5
1: 91
2,116
2,124
234
234


6,486
6,439


931
939
434
434
397
397


1,147
1,1.9
3,106
3,110
2,182
2,167


1,927
1,927
4,973
4,981
4,981
5:047
4,308

6,641
1,61g
1,636


$257,342
222,926



3,:37
1,97

2,958
2,792
6,311
5,722
1 ,
1:455
3,617
2,835


3,38
2,8214

2,231
2,217
2,007
1, 447
3,369
3,035
13,0774
10,8814
2,o65
I981
990
881


9349

29,86
23,003
4, 214
3,581
10,01
9,0652

a,093
6433
2,362
2,075
1,111
1,052
6,690
6,078
6,695
5,876
2,350
1,956
6,782
5,823
1,505
1,171


$34,243
29,O21
611
539
2,364
1,878
128
117
589
543
470
399
85
71


,703

112
91
7



215
200
1,001
858
437
381
136
98


1,583
1,527
5,926
5,101
317
239
24

204
176
386
297
121
99



19


772
99
85


money items

S317,999
275,202
3,943
3,547
6,sos
5,932
2,155
1,967
S,072
3,802


1,618
1,650
,114
3:269
32:7 568
16,719

3,626
3,o)16

2,467
2,:457
2,119
1,519

3 461
14,934
12,520
2,687
2,527
1,281
1,117
1,562
1,110
2,225
2,061

39, 496
31,128
4,745
4, 021
11, 63o
9,689



3,193
2,782
1,359
1,262
8,015
7,251
1756
:825

2,972
2,505
8,400
7, 264
1,692
1,338


in thousands of dollars)

696,927 114,56o $222,985
82,103 14,643 195,522
1,117 135 2,827
1,019 137 2,683
1,807 285 4 702
1,675 231 4:293
774 90 1,679
775 96 1,681
1,156 221 3,150
933 224 2,881
2,01 4 324 4,982
1,813 326 4,599
663 89 1,472
545 90 1,295
1,032 190 2,864
837 196 2,564
10,189 1,350 22,791
8,001 I NA 19,539
897 128 2,314
733 134 1,915
8945 210 1,868
819 214 1,790
820 150 1,513
679 151 1,23b
1,202 177 2,915
1,039 180 2,602
614 10,256
3:286 616 9,875

688 126 1,902
630 135 1,795


478 74 1,0
373 75 845
ga98 1,750
7 100 I1,470
11, 914 1,884 26
8,580 1,885 21,: 45
1,212 262 3,214
919 273 2,703
2,891 705 5850
2,668 667 5,267
2,542 380 4,515
1,875 375 3.568
1,o26 174 2,141
1,075 185 2,47
464 1,00Y
3970 9468
2,659 534 6167
2,292 550 51430
2,483 348 ,375
2,379 348 Z,992
1,0 15 2,474
157 2,256
2,417 272 5573
2,114 284 5,000

331 49 951
274 47 d 812


$60,646
51,544
662
500


323
1S0


1,1466
1,393





4,356
3,798
782
722

42
605
325

3 4493
3, 403
2,509
15n
113
109
30
385
173




1,125
1:066
4,772
3,510
2,993
2,755
437
213
142
216
1,028
1,333
1,992
1,315
363
70
1, 979
1,602
492
321


70.1
71.0


69.1
72.4



77.4
75.8
67.8
69.4
90.9
78.5
69.6
78.4
74.5
73.1
63.8
63.5
75.7
72.7
1.4

75.7
75.2
68.7
70.9
70.
71.0
7-.1
80.9
68.9
7Z-1



68.8

67.7
67.2


531
52.4
79.6
89.4
80.2
75.1
76.9
74.9
69.3
73.1
83.2
90.1
66.3
68.9


43-5
42.0
39.5
38.0
38.14
39.4

46.1
46.1



40.14
39.4
4.o
42.1
36.0
32.6
44.7
4.9
38.8
38.3
45.2
45.7

54.2
54. 9
41. 2
1o.0
44-3
41.5
36.2
35.1
39.6
38.7



33.8
44.2
40.1
3Z.7
3 .0

49.4
50.7
56.3
52.5
40.4
43.2
40.1
38.6
43.1
42.2
46.2
47.7
43.5
42.8
43.14
42.3
34.8
33.8


1936 Total-Roads listed herein ..................1936
1935 1935
New England Region:
1936 Boston & Maine-.......................................1936
1935 1935
1936 New York, New Haven. & Hartford.................. 1936
1935 1935
Great Lakes Region:
1936 Delawar- & Hudson.......................................-1936
1935 1935
1936 Delaware. Laokawanna & Western............... 1936
1935 1935
1936 Erie (including Chicago & Erie)................-1936
1935 1935
1936 Grand Trunk Western---............. ................-1936
1935 1935
1936 Lehigh Valley .------.1936
1935 1935
1936 New York Central a/ .......................... 1936
1935 1935
1936 New York, Chicago & St. Loais................. 1936
1935 1935


Pere Marquette ........

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie

Wabash -_-_--..................
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio................


1936
1935
-------------------------.----. 1 9 3 6
1935
............... .............. 1936
1935
.. ..................-1936
1935


47.0
..0
51.6
53-2
51.4
53.2
43.4
42.8
55.2
57.4
50.2
50.7
47.6
4.6
54.2
57.0



50.0
146.0
45.8
38.6
36.6
4s.4
8.9
45.1
47.0
54.8
56.3
4s.1
49.o





46.6
49.0



41.5
40.3


48.9
466.5



47.6

43.0


48.6
49.23
56.3
56.3


Central of Georgia.......................... 1936
1935
Illinois Central.. .....1....... 936
1935
Louisville & Nashville................... 1936
1935
Seaboard Air Line ............................................-1936
1935
Southrn- -......................................1936
1935
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley.......................1936
1935


201, 376
202, 086
1,993
2,:021

2,048
2,070
831
836
9g8
992
2,298
2,305
1,032
1,012
1,334
1,352
11,215
11,380
1,105
1: 91

2,116
2,129
234
234
2 447
2,1447
6,486
6,:44o
681
684
931
939

4 4
397
397

10,1411
10,473
1, 7

3,10o6
3,112
2,168
2,169
5,133
5,147
1,927
1,927
4 ,975
4,981


4,308
4,308
6, 641
6,644
1, 619
1, 636


62,109,171
1,792,232
24,063
22,686
32,502
30,053
16,720
15,580
27,124
24,4 70

,813

15:

31,201
26,118
185,768
158,510
28,569
23,378
21,205
18,458
14,824
11, 605
29, 549
2b, 710

107,765
90,181
18, 264
17,275
9,117
7,620
11,632
8,970
4,836
4 1228
2 10,970
199,175
38,381
33,785
92,082
76,829
63,695
52,570
23,119
21,712


58,800
50,T37


21,382
19,730



9,643
7 ,633


6287,916
219,973
5,168
5,116
18,267
16,332
906
834
,217
:817
4,o14
3,683
68
587
1,976
1,721
46, o6
4,9850



729
586
535
393
1,841
1,615


3,536
3,358
1,000
826


13,567
13,OTh

4,350
2,936
2,195
2,506
2,o94
1,6 6
1,347
,372
2,509

1,055
931

14,81.6

4, 24o
3,:429
2,680



666
588


Money items in thousand

$2,614,360 $821, 432
2,239,980 708,538


33,773
32,377
57,241
52,269
18,416
17,199
36,527
33,181
61,765
54,933
17,1451
15,086
35,531
29,972
261,539
225,939
30,361
24,878
23,220
20,169
15,761
12,315
33:,62
30, 334
123,298
10:199
23,291
22,084
11, 4,77

13,579
10,193
19,273
18,128
320,020
269,495
43,164
37,929
98,065
82,135
67,303
55,805
32,306
29,864
11,592
10,685
11 213
1,825

756
27,596
25,098
69,844
60,286
11,024
8,872


11, 074
9,218

14:375
6,919
10,12

10,073
16,922
16,141


8,390
7,939
83,017
70,065
,323
:385

1526
:766

6,210
l,780
10,353
8,817
39,525
31,22b
6,242
5,611
3, 354
2,918
4,182
3,251
4,870
4,685
94,523
74,905
1O,295
9,b07
26,710
23,703
18,870
17,320
9,690
9,916


22,747
20,708
21,506
18,166
9,954
9,15%

21,268
19,192
2,681
2,428


Is of dollars)

$131,36 $1,9441,697
131,817 1,714, o


1,229
1,223
2,580
2,510
825
779
2, 00
2,02E

2,914
2,995
842
807
1,721
1,758
12, 147
12, 479
1,158
1,219
1,900
1,929
1, 31

19

5, 540
5,318
1,145
1,228

6 4
617

874
897
16,462
16,1.O1
2,383
2,309
6,319
6,093
3,382
3,379
1, 291

15
1,68


4,9OS
5,020
3.135
3,193
1, 411
1, 4o6
2,436
2,258
393
393


27,212
24,7412

43,685
38,490
15,421
15,293
29,512
28,015
43,568
41,019
13,493
12,335
26,O10
23,891
197,117
173,183
19,509
17,128
17,330
15,b13
12,053
9,831
25,736
23,286
91,005

11,582
16,O30
8,772
7,881


14,356
13,783
228,342
193,839
29,745
27,002

7,059

36,393
33,323
25,O17
24:367
9,845




42,174
,384




49,708
1,639
:857


I


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


$379,735
283,151
,358
,323



1,811
1,168

3,854
2,001
11,528
8,593
1,957
1,507
6,084
3,163
32,680
23,365

,470
3,522
2,802
3,918
2,885

3,682
3,141
21,147
17,253
1,o16
2,: 49
742
178
2,720
1,918


49,99
9,853

10, 033
8,555
36, 21
27,03Z
23,493
17,855
0, 10
:631
6 e

8,391
7,193
13, 42
9,565
1,670
1,223
13,1.00
9,098
1,368
273


31.4
31.6
32.8
28.5
30.5
27.5


28.6
3o.4

27. 4
29.4
318
314.5
2.65

31.7
31.0
24.1
25.7
32.4
33-5
39.4
38.8

30.6
29.1
32.1
30.0
26.8
25.:4
29.2
30.3
30.8
31.9


2.5
27.8
24.5
25.3
27.2
28.9
28.0
31.0
30.0
33.2
3-:9
3 .1

31.9
33.5
33.-1
33.2
36.1
36.5
30.5
31.8


I 1 !) -


Oper-
ating
ex-
penses


FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1936 AND 1935


Average
Riles
of road
operated


(a)


1936 Central of New Jersey. ......................... 1936
1935 1935
1936 Chicago & Eastern Il-*. s-......................-1936
1935 1935
1936 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern.............................1936
1935 1935
1936 Long Island._.................................1936
1935 1935
1936 Pennsylvania--............................................... ...... 1936
1935 1935
1936 Reading-_................................... 1936
1935 13
Pocahontas Region: 1935
1936 Chesapeake & Ohio .............................................. 1936
1935 1935
1936 Norfolk & Western .........................................1936
1935 1935
Southern Region:
1936 Atlantic Coast Line ................................-1936
1935 1935


35-5
37.1
41.0
41.1
38.1
39.3
37.1
38.8


363
37.8


42.6
45.2
36.7
38.1
32.8
34.9
30.9
3 .9

30.9
33-5
37-5
38.9
33:.
35.

42.3
41.9


3 -7



34.7
36.2
38.0
39.2
21.5
23.1
21.8
23.7
39.3
39.8
4o.6
41.3
37.8
38.6
3 0o

38.1
38.6
34.9
37.2


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


SEPTEMBER, 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 SEPTEMBER, 1936 AND 1935 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER, 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- Opet- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- 0pe-
operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating acting ating ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating
nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding re- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (0) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (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:
5 $6,609 $895 $8,380 $2,7941 $09 $6,256 $1,247 74.6 .3 1 44.7 35.147.1 1936 Chicago & North Western.................1936 8,55 $Z8,05 $67,2 $27,65 $3,704 $8,622 #1,409 6.8 40.87.0 39.1
8, 2 5,925 713 7,389 2,722 115 5,8o 860 78.5 38 46.9 35.7 5.1 4 1935 935 93' 6,2 5 0,2 22,110 37691 1,132 86.5 39.:
6. 57 5. 1951935 ,2 6,3,769 1,3 8. ]9.6 158 3. 1.
1,513 1,516 1,681 403 44 1,074 302 63.9 24.0 37. 33.4 52.4 1936 Chicago Great Western. ------------.1936 1,513 12,104423 13,425 3,799 377 9,789 1,221 72.9 2838.8 .5 51.5
1,515 136 1484 375 42 997 232 672 R55o 521 1935 1935 1,513 10,059 379 11,2 3 ,o5 388 8,900 322 79.0 30.2 38.3 51.0
11,15 1,3. 9.oPal 7.6 35.'19345 hooGreatiWe---.. 1935 1,513 ,a2 .
8,229 6 9,800 3,721 11 7,638 878 77.9 .0 1-7 34 1936 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific .. 1936 11,128 67,160 5,502 79,982 29,215 ,0295 60,158 ,9 5 36.
11,128 7,822 4g9,169 3,759 50 7,379 80080.5 50.9 343 1935 1935 11,131 55,592 4,349 2547 26,7874,187 57,232026 3o 46.8
1117 '2. 66,9 427 5,2286.0 .3 .: 39.9 146.1

1,61 1,370 154 1,63 493 49 1,298 83 79.5 30.1 37.9 42.5 53.5 1936 Chicago. St. Paul,.Minneapolis & Omaha--... 1936 1,648 11,453 1,222 13,631 3 447 :326 338 83.1 29.1 35. 146.5 56.0
1,652 1,387 119 1,611 15o 51 1,210 171 75.1 27.9 37.2 10.3 53.7 1935 1935 1,653 9,082 1,14-6 11,080 3,469 97414 d 171 87.9 30.2 3.8 55.5
8,156 8,614 419 9,916 2,064 302 5,255 39 Z3 5. 21.0 39.3 27.7 51.7 1936 Great Northern -...-...-................................1936 8,213 55,959 3,767 65,236 17,097 2,752 42,338 16,244 64.9 26.2
8,251 9,400 387 O,463 2,011 306 5,051 1 483 19.2 39.8 25.0 51.7 1935 1935 8,287 49,949 3,279 5,061 14,713 2,731 36,826 14,966 63-4 25.3 14.1 32.3 50.9
4,297 2,074- 107 2,375 752 101 21,75 234 75.6 31.6 41.9 36.9 4-9 1936 Minneapolis. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 1936 4,297 17,172 992 19,751 6,087 917 15,572 1,429 7.8 30.8 9 .
4297 2,2A4 100 2,555 658 103 1,699 796 66.5 25.7 38.7 33.6 50.5 1935 1935 4297 14,967 856 17,220 5,30859 11537 637 4.4 33.9 5
6,727 5,619 345 6,488 1,627 225 4,125 2,057 63.6 25.1 39.4 30.5 4.0 1936 NorthernPacific-..................................... 1936 6,727 36,955 3,151 i4,332 15,089 2,362 36,391 5,703 82.1 34 1.5 37.7 .
6,722 5,393 299 6,143 1,590 25 3,799 2,022 61.9 25.9 41.9 29.2 473 1935 19356 13313 14133,16 3185 72
Central Western Region:
6 1,o6. 165 ,1408 29 1,123 25 79.8 37-5 146.9 34.5 43.3 1936 Alton.....................................- 1936 956 8,821 1,525 11,871 3,915 259 9,1419 111 79.3 33.0 1.6 38.3 148.3
902 149 1,2227 1,030 d 92 82 37.3 44-.3 38.3 45-5 1935 1935 949 7,382 1,278 OO84 3,737 239 8,829 d 79 87.6 37.1 14.3 41.0
13,228 10,791 1,335 13,24.8 5,20 905 10,674 1,403 80.6 1o.2 49.8 34.2 42.5 1936 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe A/..............-1936 13,232 91,016 11,785 112,242 4 3,23 8,469 91,580. 10,890 81.6 39.4 -3 3 1 .6
13,260 9,215 1,193 11,425 ,613 953 9,320 1,275 81.6 4o.4 49.5 34.1 41.8 1935 1935 13,294 78,565 10,167 97,357 37,13 8,639 79,439 10,052 81.6 38. 47.1 364 4
9,013 7,018 725 8,626 2,51 381 5,985 1,1427 69.4 29.3 142.2 33. 5.8'3 1936 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ----------------- 1 31936 9,091 57,17 6,o64 70,69
9,037 6,426 673 7,52 2,41 386 5:592 1,362 71.2 31.2 43.9 33-b 47.2 1935 1935 9,037 17,206 5,146 5987 20:2147 34T7 7 :7628 3,867 80.7 34.3 25 3,4.
7,577 4 ,935 623 6,191 2,382 351 5,1410 42 .87.14 38.1 44.0 3 98 45.6 193E Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific...................91936 7,575 13,977 5,148 51,502 20,602 3,0213 18,7142 1,0 89.14.1 37.8 142.3 1
7,575 4,518 535 5,503 1,919 365 4,7*15 2714 85.0 34. 40.14 407 47.8 1935 1935 7,575 37,0286 14,398 46,313 16,2514 3,310 41,859 d 1,278 90.14 35.1 388 14. 193
2,29 159 2667 903:2 1, 9 1 27. 36. 4.5 3.6 45.1 1936 Denver & Rio Grade Western .....................-1936 2,58 15,912 1,160 1786 8,129 86 15.398 276 85-71.
2:5 1,932 131 212 679 100 1: 9 4831.3 4.5 31.-3 55 1935 1935 2,596 12,535 991 14,14 5,66 8911,895 7 1. : 147.8
8,772 11,797 1,765 1,614 3,396 498 1O,144 3,047 69.2 23.2 33.5 37.9 54.8 1936 Southern Pacific Company L/.....................1936 8,772 89,205 15,798 113,472 29,982 4,617 84,154 16,141 74.1 26.4
8,786 8,95 1,538 11,0,17 2,694 505 8,201 1,705 71,6 23.5 32.8 38.6 53.8 1935 1935 8,790 72,715 13,356 93, 17 21,651 4,500 70,770 10,678 75.6 26.3 38 38.9 51.5
9,8g 12,677 1,507 15,331 4271 54 9,83 3,336 6.5 27.9 43.2 29.141 1936 Union Pacific../ ................................ 3 9,88 8, 1128 1020 29
936 878as z5 112863 10?35,0893 4,846 80,783 179 74.0 32.1 131 25 11.
91691 3,074 64.5 25.7 39.9 31.1 44-3 1935 Southwestern Region: 1935 9,835 77,010 8,265 9 ,OO 30,621 4,815 70,301 i 9 74.8 32.6 13.6 33.8 1.
3,2923 2,307 23 2,78 776 107 1,935 547 69.5 27.9 40.1 32.4 4 16.6 1936 Missouri-Kansas-lexasLines.............1936 3,294 19,126 1,737 22,96 7,111 964 1,359 2,190 75.8 31.0 11.0 3.5 1.6
3,29 2,14 162 2,93 773 107 1,877 309 75.3 31. 41.2 54.1 45.4 1935 1935 3:294 16,179 1,395 19,461 6,745 972 16,219 88 83.3 34.7 11.6 37.8 5
7,216 6,155 459 1,933 2,650 352 5,937 982 7.8 3 3Z.4 44 .6 146.1 1936 Missouri Pacific.........................................1936 7,226 Z6,556 3,74 65676 21,799 3,152o76 7,218 76.2 33.2
7,230 5,811 370 .753 2,315 309 5,195 768 76.9 33 44.6 35. 46.o 1935 1935 7 234 46: 40 68,097,72 50,056 3,101 82.7 37.0
4,928 3,727 307 4,381 1,61 266 3,404 677 77.7 37.3 48 .0 33.6 43.2 1936 St. Louis-San Francisco.................1936 4,928 29,320 2,1477 39,801 13,471 2,4114 28,66 ,580 2. 8.7 147.0 36.1 3.8
4,929 3,190 238 3,740 1,13 261 3,067 467 82.0 39.1 47,7 35. 43.1 1935 1935 4,996 24,967 1,945 29,632 13,001 2,365 26, 442 97 89.2 43.9 19.2 38.34 .
1,750 1,422 35 1,523 457 50 1,017 302 66.8 30.0 o 449 27.1 4o.6 1936 St. Louis Southwestern Lines......................1936 1,773 13,190 207 13,91 3,890 14 9 6 2,2 67.8 27.9 141.2 30.4 14.8
1,779 1,159 19 1,235 320 51 866 191 70.1 25.9 37.0 32.9 46.9 1935 1935 1,785 10,907 150 11,521t ,884 49 1,706 68.9 25.0 36.3 33.1 1.0
,430 2,985 34 3,577 1,147 18 2,700 563 :5 32.1 42.5 33.6 445 1936 Texa & New Orleans-.................................1936 4,430 24,597 2,533 29,1481 lO,053 1,2514 23,325 2,578 79: P: 1?:1:
4,432 2,322 236 2,803 953 12 2,378 131 a 34.0 40.1 39.1 46.0 1935 1935 4,439 20,414 2,123 24,673 8,117 1,243 20,807 53 83
1,950 1,922 267 2,373 726 97 1,655 471 6 9 30.6 43.8 30.0 1oo.0 1936 Texas & Pacific............................1936 1,950 16,566 1,982 20,143 Z,952 875 13,956 3,746 69. 29.5 12.6 30.2 1"
1,950 1,621 183 2,017 532 101 1,300 535 64 26.14 4.9 28.1 44.0 1935 1935 1,950 13,883 1,531 16,979 1,835 905 11,818 3,352 9.6 28.5 10.9 30.8


* 'Net railway operating Income' is derived from 'Railway ope rating income", modified by debits and credits arising from mEquipment rents nd Joint facility rent.-
a/ Includes Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
. Includes returns for Southern Paolfio Stemship Lines.
_/ Includes Oregon Short Line, Oregon-Washington R. R. & Navy Co., Los Angeles & Salt Lake and St. Joseph & Grand Island Ry., leased January 1, 1936.
Deficit or other reverse items.
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