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Statement No. M-150
OCTOBER, 1936


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Subject to revision N 1I'.EIC1 AL-1J/AJViViLh A?, U UIVIV11 IIJ N
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J~. ,,,]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 OCTOBER, 1936 AND 1935 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER, 1936 AND 1935

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expenses, expenses.
Not Oper- percent of percent of Net Oper- percent of percent of
Average Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway ating
miles nation 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 eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) eating ating eating ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income cent) eating eating sting eating
nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) -I (h) (i) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n) (0) (p) (q) (r) (e) (t) (u) .Iv) (wL W 7) 1( z.). L
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)
192,653 289 ,42 $32,013 349,195 99,643 4,711 234, 97 67.2 28.6 42.6 483. 1936 Total-Roads listed herein................................. 196 201,5 $ 7646,549 921,272$14605 ,176,24274
193,313 2531424 27,135 253,050 86,575 1,10 208,:1 2 7, 5 2.4 34.2 5 4 1935 193 202,05 2, :6 R7,107 2,4,231 795,112 16,6 1,922,821 350: 87 "5 331.2 41. 3.6 4.5
~ 82:4 31..2 41.5 2 48.8 ""New England Region: ~5~4,3 5,'~* 1
1,989 3,131 599 4,306 1,179 15 3,002, 819 69.7 27.4 39.3 36. 552.3 1936 Boston & Maine............ ....... .........1936 1,993 27,194 5,767 38,079 12,253 1,364 30,214 3,177 79.4 32.2 40600 .5 51.0
2,00 25 7 37073:0 Y 852
2,0 ,02 s7o397 ,00 13 2,5 672 73.2 27.6 37.6 39.1 53.4 1935 1935 2,019 25,580 5,589 36,283 10,297 1,361 27,601 4,995 76.1 28.4 37.3 40.8 53.7
24039 4,239 2,108 7178 1,864 283 4,876 1,272 67.9 26.0 38.2 35.0 51.6 193 New York, New Haven, & Hartford-................-1936 2,047 36,741 20,376 64,418 19,311 2,863 48,560 5,567 75.4 30.0 39.8 37.7 50.0
2,073 3,950 1,766 6,472 1,852 289 4,721 831 72.9 28.6 39.2 37.0 50.7 1935 1935 2,071 34002 it,09e 58,741 16,227 2,799 43,2106,974 73.6 27.6 37.6 39.1 53.1
Great Lakes Region:
831 2,1R9 96 2,338 802 90 14761 46 7: 4 455.3 1936 Delaware & Hudson........ ...--1936 831 1,8 120,754 7,70 915 1,1822,267 8.7. t 3
7J 4:31$3 1,7475 791 7 123
836 1,75 75 1,930 856 95 1,785 4: 48-0 3 .4 51935 1935,836 17,34 ,909 19,130 7,998 875 17,07 8 1,242 89.3 1 .7
985 3,389 560 4,481 1,123 221 3,270 8R 7. 25.1 34.3 41.5 56.9 1936 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western__ ......... 1936 988 30, 5,778 41,007 31,5 2 2.23 32,782 4,726 79.9 28.2 35.2 44.6
992 2,9 520 3,951 1,075 224 3,070 7 7 27.2 35.0 44.3 57.0 1935 1935 992 27,4? 5,337 37.132 U,1,: 2,248 31,o86 2,565 83.7 30.0 35.9 145.8 54:8
2,298 ,053 423 8,088 1,998 32 ,200 1,986 64.3 24. 38.4 33.7 52.4 1936 Erie (including Chicago & Erie).. 1936 2,298 60,113 447 69,853 18,920 3,240 48,768 13,513 69.8 27.1 38.8 36.0 51.5
228 6594 390 7,502 1,76 32 : ,8 2 2039 63.7 23-b 37.0 34.0 53.3 1935 1935 2,305 53,407 4,073 62,435 17.,910 339 4,0 0627. 87 3. 74 5.
40.22 40.5951.8 19367Grand ..... 1936 2,9 017,287 95 31 8 .8411 1.
2298 5 9 7 2 1,769 3 9 ,1 591 19 27- 87 9-1 37-4 50-9

1,032 1,776 74 1,996 628 89 1,561 11 78,.2 31.5 4-.2 40 5 51. 1935 G.Trunk st _..................... 1,032 1772 62 19,447 6,185 931 15,054 2,070 77.4 . 91. 4 150.9
1,012 1,830 70 2,038 634 88 1.545 327 75.8 31.1 41.o 39.9 51.31935 1935 1,012 15,24 657 17,123 5,838 895 13,880 1,834 81.1 34.1 42.1 L98 50-3
1.331 4,121 211 4,6O 1,183 190 3,169 1,095 6.6 2 .6 6.8 5 6 1936 Lehigh Valley .1936 1,334 35,322 2,1410,153 ,:51,91129,1797,179 72.7.2 32.1.9 5.7
1,338 3,170 173 3,601 885 193 2,715 720 75.4 24.6 32. b 43.3 57.4 1935 1935 1,351 29,288 1,9894 33, 573 8,824 1,:951. 26,607 3,883 79.3 26.3 33.2 45.0 56.8
11,218 24,19 9 3 034 10,399 1,356 23,716 5,7 71.8 31.5 43.8 34.1 47.5 1936 New York Centra -_ ---....-.-....... 1936 11,216 20,907 51:35 294,573 93,416 13,503 220,833 38,472 75.0 31.7 42-3 36.4 48.6
11,330 20,972 4 6 2 8 ,1 1,389 20,634 44 71 29.3 .9 35.6 4. 1935 1935 11,375 179,41 2254,726 78,507 13,89 193,6 128,107 76.1 30.8 40.5 37.8 4.
1,705 3,688 2 3,888 970 '12 2,416 918 62.1 25.0 o 0.2 30.5 49.1 1936 New York, Chicago & St. Louis....... .. 1936 1,705 32,257 824 34,249 8,294 1,287 21,925 7,412 64.o 24.2 37.8 32.5 50.8
1,691 3,272 3 3,451 777 13Z 2,061 992 59-7 22.5 37.7 30.3 50.7 1935 1935 1,691 26,651 675 28,329 7,162 1,353 19,189 5,462 67.7 25.3 37.3 34.3 50.7
2,116 2,926 65 3,154 868 211 2,014 738 15.9 27.5 4 -1 31.4 45.1 1936 Pare Marquette .... ...........1936 2,116 24,131 794 26,37 8,394 2,111 19,345 4,260 73.3 31. 43.4 35.4 48.3
2,124 2,736 50 2,965 801 214 2,80go 803 63.7 27.0 4 31.4 45.2 1935 1935 2,129 21,194635 23,134 7,567 2,143 17,503 3,605 75.7 32.7 43.2 36.2 47.8
234 2,128 62 229 1,00 146 1,758 4"77 85 6.o 5.6 27.6 3.11936 Pittsburgh & LakeErie.......-1936 2S001 7,240 1;500 1,811'9576.7 40.2 g: 30 o
234 1,551 38 1, 3 74 151 1 317 83.7 46.8 55.9 30.2 31 1935 1935 23- 13,156 32 13,918 5,529 1,512 1 73 3: 28-3 39.7 5 3
,447 3,608 203 4,096 1,157 177 2,909 77 7.0 28.3 39.8 35.1 49.4 1936 Wabash ------------- -.-.-.---..------------1936 2,447 33,158 2,044 37,923 11,511 1,775 28,645 4,359 720.4 40.2 37 .2 495.3
2,47 ,46309 3,82 ,19179 2,811268 1.12.7 39. 3.5 494 93
2.35 49 193Central Eastern Region: 1935 2447 30,125 1,824 30..7,05 9,926 1,7803 26,070 3,809 70 381 38.5 50.5
6 6 061 041 43.6 32.0-46.4 1936 Baltimore & Ohio--------- _1936 6,486 12173329
,1445 12,224 8 13,79 4,130 627 9 .691 W.7 32.2 19 099,191 44,312 6250 00 31 433.7
,96614,002 96161589354,786 6094 269.6 ., 6 8,167 118,078 35,356 5,945 7,4 20,330 7.1 9.9 U14 35.2 47.5
681 2,335 363 2,885 32 126 1,9 83 264 68.7 25.4 36.9 377 54:9 1936 Central of New Jersey----..--...............1936 681 20,599 3,899 26,165 6,974 1,271 19,565 1,280 74.8 26.7 35.6 41. 56.0
64 2,069 331 2,581 616 135 1,800 122 69.8 23.9 340 57 1935 1935 684 19,344 3,689 24,665 6,227 1,363 17,8302171 72.3 25.2 349 41
931 1,203 112 1,28 3 a 48 1,006 268 67.2 25.2 37.6 34.o 5.6 1936 Chicago & Eastern Ilinois-................. ......1936 931 10,319 1,112 12,975 3,732 491 9,7781,009 754.8
939 1,039 21 1,1 350 923 173 720 2.7 36-7 51.0 1935 1935 939 8,659 908 10,92 3,260 506 80435180.6 29.8 37.07 50
434 1,414 1,708 502 74 1,168 362 68.4 29.4 43.0 0 351.4 51. 1936 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern.0.. ---. 19364 130,46 15,2 4,68 748 10,714 3,082 70.1 30.6 43.7 32.6 50.7
1,126 1,311 387 75 898 308 68.5 29.5 43.1 34 50.2 1935 1935 441 10,o96 11,50 3,638 74 8.305 2,226 72.2 31.6 43.8 36.4 5.5
397 624 1,403 2,132 703 98 1,71 d 110 83.1 32.9 39.7 45.8 55.1 1936 Long Island--... ----.........................1936 397 5,461 14,970 21,405 5,573 972 16,1278691:1 26.0 34 .6 2 60,0
397 541 1,253 1,895 548 102 1.5622.4 299 35.1 47.9 58.1 1935 1935 397 4,769 14,325 20,023 5,233 1,000 15,345 52 7 26.1 34:.1 7 60 9
10,371 32,690 5,745 42,560 12,903 1,999 28,989 9,276 68.1 30. 44.5 31.7 46.5 1936 Pennsylvania..........................-.........1936 10,47 273,660 5,756 362,580 107,26 18,61 257,331 29.6 1.7
.0,4 26,1 ,7 3,5 .32 202 7 ,1 67. ? 1936. 3110,4076 273,.o66.o-.
10, 39 25,07 34,555 9,38 2 23,179 7791 67.1 27.1 40.5 33.0 45.2 1935 1935 10,470 225,321 4,397 304,050 84,287 18,412 217,018 57, 71.4 27.7 38.8 35.9 50.2
1,457 4,900 309 5447 1,266 262 3,438 1,531 63.1 23.2 36.8 34.4 54.6 1936 Reading ................ ---196 1 43,281 245 48,611 11,61 2,645 3g 18 11,564 68.3 24.4 35.7 37.6 55.1
1,459 4,238 269 4,71 1,077 272 3,058 1,398 64. 2. 35.2 36.9 56.9 1935 '.i...............................1.
1:9 423 2691,.Pocahontas Region: 195 1,O 38,022 463 42,646 10,685 2,581 3060 9,953 70.5 25.1 35.5 38.9 55.3
3,106 12,921 327 13,743 3,060 720 6,261 6,3242 5.6 22. 48.9 19.5 4.7 1936 Chesapeake & Ohio....................-- ........ .1936 3,106 105,O03 2,833 11,88 29,770 7038 58,648 42,54 52.5 26.6 50.8 21.2 40.5
3,110 11,085 26o 11,748 2,864 66 5,768 4,946 45.1 24.4 45.7 20.1 40.9 1935 1935 3,112 87.914 2,355 93,883 26,567 6,759 52,827 31:980 56.3 28.3 50.3 22.7 40 3
2,182 9,002 18 9,43 2,696 384 4.803 3,5 50.9 28.6 56.1 19.1 7:6 1936 Norfolk &Western-....._............. 1936 2,10 72,69 1,816 76,733 21,566 3,766 41,196 27,344 53.7 28.1 52.3 21.5 40.0
2,167 7,395 147 7,78 2,007 375 3:,71 3,5 o.50.0S25.9e1.9 2rn R.gin:0.59163553
6o5 37 3,42 1,144 173 2 3.4 41.6 8.7 48 1936 Atlantic Coast Line................... 1936 5,10 24,72 Z,7;2 35,35 10.833 1,76 2776
282.2,968 982 183725,1 7 2,1 := 2:0 I 717 .
1935 1935 ,17 25 41 32,832 10,898 1,866 2642 971.8
1,927 1,231 114 1,500 449 65 1,130 246 7Z.3 29 L9-1 36. 48.1 1936 Central of Georgia .... 1936 1,927 10,507 1,169 13,092 4,382 642 10,975 897 838 33.5 39.9 40.1 47.8
1,927 1,173 89 1,391 420 70 1,036 262 7 .5 30236.7 49.3 1935 1935 1,927 9,739 1,020 12076 4, 59 685 10,222 823 8.7 33 39.7 40.8 48.2
4,97 0'176360 9,593 23917 537 6076 1,.3 71.7 31.0 433 33.9 47.3 1936 Illinois Central-.......................................1936 4,,971 66,977 :48 80,o06 25,724 5,445 62,262 10 234 77.1 31.8 41 37.4 48.5
9 ,053 7 8312 257 550 6:076 1,608 73.1 30.9 43 35.o 47.9 1951935 1,981 57,79o 70.137 23,275 5,570 55,763 :881 79.5 33.2 41 3i 4.o
5,,1920 2, 1 .67.5 1. 47.0 1936 Louisville & Nashville-.............................196 4,6j:8 ,01 Z,91 3o1o0 4:,630,,16 32.9
Zf,9117,654 1:2780 534831.7147.0 30.0 45443g:
5,9 138,74 2,586"48 5o7.0 6.0 48.0 2.7 43.61935 195 5,04 5 871399 3,8 20 2,86727 ,52. 32. 4
3 143 93,38,5:39 1,9975 -0,752 03,54,539 11,03 76.7 33.5 3
4,301S 2,669 2028 ,868 1,1791 157 2 61 4 64 .9353;.6 4...1936 Seaboard Air Line........................-----------1936 4,308 24,051 3712 30,909 11,IN131569 26,158 2,122 84.6 3. 42.6 37.8 44.7
,:308 2,319 22 2 8 1,191 157 2:59 F77 90:2 8 36.o S5ba=:lAi
454.1 37.7 4 -. 1935 1935 4:308 22,050 ,9oo 27,966 10,344 1,563 23,945 1,290 85.6 37.0 43.2 38.5 4.0
6 641 7,492 8 9,114 2,595 271 6,026 2,227 66.1 28.5 .1 9. 19........................... 1
6,64 6,515 7,888 2,231 284 5335 1,950 67.6 28.3 41.8 33.8 50.0 1935 1935 6644 55,030 6,795 68,1744 21423 2,543 50,885 10,94874.6 31.4 42.1 36.8 49.3
1,6199 ,69 102 ,666 384 4 1,056 361 63.4 23.0 .36. 35.0 55.2 1936 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley .........................-1936 1,619 11,112 68 12,690 3,06 I 44I 8,69 1, 68.5 24.2343 7.4 5
1,636 1,257 67 1,406 306 48 889 311 63.2 21.8 344 35.4 55.9 1935 193 1:638 ,8 U9 55 1 0,277 27441 7715 26.6 35.39 4.2

4"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway oprating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."
Includes Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
9/Deficit or other reverse items.
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Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION OCTOBER, 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 OCTOBER, 1936 AND 1935 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER, 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 cluded rating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- per-
operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating acting ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating
nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding rave- ex- rev- ax-
column nues penses nues penses columnnus pse hes ess
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) i) (0) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (am)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

Northwestern Region:
8,355 $7,342 5 $9,14o $2,796 $408 $6,459 $1,885 70.7 30.6 43.3 34.5 49.8 1936 Chicago & North Western -------- 1936 8,355 $59,85 $8,904 $76,708 $30,360 $4,112 $65,o81 $3,293 84.8 39.6 38.6
8,428 6,329 7,767 2,615 415 5,967 1,059 76.8 33-7 43.8 37.0 4.2 1935 1935 8,428 49,992 7,428 64,369 25,025 4,15 54,908 2,192 85.3 38.9 56 39.3 461
1,513 1,7o 49 1,904 496 1,226 355 64.4 26.1 40.5 32.9 51.1 1936 Chicago Great Western .----- ....--------- 1936 1,513 1 ,825 472 15,329 4,296 420 11,015 1,576 71.9 28.0 39.0 36.9 51.4
1 515 1, 21 52 1,601 427 41 1,96 252 68.5 26.7 39.0 35.5 51.8 1935 1935 1,513 1 ,479 431 12,85 3,832 429 9,996 57 77.7 29.8 38.3 39.7 51.1
11,126 8,811 69 10,459 3,306 444 4 7 31.6 44.7 34.0 48.0 1936 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific... 1936 31,128 971 6,195 90,440 32,521 4469 1,5 6,379 3.5 37.2 17.0
11,127 8,458 531 9,8.49 3,421 411 7,4 1,34 3,5 34.7 47.3 33.9 46.1 1935 1935 11,130 6,050 4,85 76,396 30,209 4,599 4,39.5 39.2
1,648 1,444 144 1, 40 49 1,29 144 77:9 281 36.1 42:9 55.1 1936 Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha-- 1936 1,648 12,897 1,367 15,337 4,451 496 12,654 481 82.5
1,652 1,418 311 .1 1 1:,N2 206 7.9 27.4 35.6 42.7 55-5 1935 1935 1,653 10,500 1,257 12,720 3,798 520 11,005 35 86.5 29.9 34.5 .0 55.5
8,156 9,419 389 10,529 1,855 302 5,250 4,203 49.9 17.6 35. 27.9 56.0 1936 Great Northern------------ 1936 8 65,378 4,156 75,76? 18,952 3,054 47,588 2o,449 62.8
10711 11905 1, :2 1,41 o, 059 3,24 9,151 36 038 4 13 2015.6.
8,25 1 345 1 3 307 5,087 5 45.9 17.5 38. 3 53.0 1935 1935 ,843, 3,038 41,913 20,615160.6 331. 51.2
4,297 2,41o 81 2,701 690 101 1,835 iOs 67.9 25.6 37.6 36.2 5.3; 1936 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 1936 .4 297 19, 3 1,07 22,452 6,777 1,018 1,407 1,946 77.
4,297 2,502 68 2,7148 676 103 1,751 707 63- 24.6 38.6 32.9 51.7 1935 1935 4,297 17,'49 924 19,6 6,90 962 16,288 1,345 81.2.6 3. 13 5.
6.727 5,823 361 6,719 1,663 2 4,352 2,87 64.8 24.7 8.2 32.4 0 1936 Northern Pacific ---------...... ---------..............1936 6,727 42,778 3,512 51,051 16,751 2,619 40, 743 732.8 41.1 6.3
6,722 5,578 269 6,303 1,703 24 4,125 1,951 65.5 27.0 41.3 32.1 .491 1935 1935 6,726 37,655 2,910 16 15,853 2,658 37,542 5,137 1 35.5 38.3 5
Central Western Region:
72.217 1,502 470 9 47.2 1936 Alton- -........................---------------------------------- 1936 96 9,140,13,68 4 384 288 10,5 261 78.
1,0o8 15 1,39 391 27 999 1 7505 1935 1935 8, 30 1,434 11,, 412, 35.9 9 ON d7.5
504 o Z 4.5 1935 19 ~ a 4,1281,626602 6 8 4. .

13, 228 12,746 1,290 15,271 5,705 94 11 569 2,461 75.8 37.4 49.3 33.0 43.6 1936 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe A/ ------------ 1936 13, 231 103,762 13,o65 127,513 49,938 9,412 103,150 13,351 8.9 39.2 14.4 35.1 0.-9
13,260 1,633 1,052 13,758 5,143 937 10, 434 2,341 75.8 37.4 49.3 32.3 42.5 1935 1935 13,290 90198 11,219 111,115 42,56 9,577 89,873 12,38.3 35.9
8,976 8,092 6 6,"- 6,143. 2,332 62.5o 95 25.0,urinto& 40y.................1931.9L 1.0, 1936 76 1.02.82 3.3 47 6
9,037 7,572 9, 2 1 5,90 115 65; 27.4 41:0 33.0 0 1935 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ------------1936 9,010 6, 509 6,758 8,44 24,968 3,823 59,228 10M 73 3
5,9o2 33. 0 1935 1935 9,037 5,778 5,720 67,948 22,7o6 3,856 53,537 59833. 37.2
7,531 Z: 6,586 2,418 348 546 412 83.1 36.7 44.2 46.4 1936 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific -.-.--.--- 1936 7,571 49.3 5,746 61,087 23,020 3, 562 4,218 6 6.8 3.7 42.5 41.6 46.9
7,574 9 55 6,112 2,038 364 5:48 526 82.6 33.3 4o.4 .1 4.6 1935 1935 7,575 41,9g 4952 52,425 18,292 3,674 6,907 89.5 34.9 39.0 4.0 49.2
2,576 2,76o 150 3,021 826 96 1,920 7Z3 63.6 27.4 43.0 32.7 51.4 1936 Denver & Rio Grande Western- -- 1936 2,583 18,672 1,311 20,954 956 961 17,318 1,069 82.5 7 .
2,554 2,365 178 2,64o 711 100 1,669 743 63.2 26.9 42.6 31.1 49.3 1935 1935 2,594 14,899 1,169 17055 86,397 996 13,565 1,069.5 7.5 47.2 34.0 1.8
8,772 13,136 1,699 15,921 3,488 508 10,777 3,669 6 21.9 32.4 311 56-0 1936 Southern Pacific Company V,7-- 1936 82 102,342 17,496 129, 3469 5,124 94,130 19,810 725.8
8,786 10,811 1,491 13,241 2,894 517 8,851 2,735 21.9 32.7 36. 54;8 1935 1935 9 83, 26 545 5,017 79,22 13,413 7451.9
9,918 14,361 1,329 16,899 3,819 541 9,872 4,821 58.4 22.6 38.7 29.1 49.8 1936 Union Pacific- --------------------------1936 9,855 103,1o6 12,612 126,104 38902 5,387 90,655 1, 71.9 3.8 42.9
9,824 12,934 1,025 14,941 3,390 524 8,875 4,o99 59.4 22.7 38.2 3. 50.6 1935 Southwestern Region: 1935 9,834 90,544 9,290 10,945 314:, 011 5,339 79,177 1 594 72.7 31.2 43.0 33.3 5.8
3,294 2,446 24 2, 683 73 1,89 766 63.7 23.0 36.2 32. : 1936 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ------------------------- 19;6 3,294 2, 21,981 25.886 7, 94 1,0;7 19,250 2,9 7.4 30.1 40.5 3
3,2 2,7 2886 98 104 211ga 5,9 414
7,216 7,481 48 8,632 2,810 361 6,196 1,520 71-.8 32.6 44 32.9 4-9 1936 Missouri Pacific ..----------------------------------------... 1936 7,225 64O,7 4,2 36 14,308 24,609 3,512 56,252 8, 75.7 3 3
T,230 1:478 352 7,o2 ,466 347 5,579 976 75.4 33.3 4 35.3 -9 1935 1935 7,233 52,5 3,49 1,571 22,505 3,519 50,355 4, 81.8
4,928 4,053 31 4,7 1,622 266 3,468 1,001 7,:2 34.2 .8 3.4 45.6 1936 St. Louis-San Francico- -----------------1936 4,928 N:37 2,788 39.539 15,094 2680 321 4 1.3.
4,929 3,412 220 3,97 1,584 261 3,209 525 9 39.9 494 42.1 1935 3935 ,5 33,599 1 585,6 : 1,:8 8388.3 34
1,750 1,718 17 1,3 565 50 1,217 402 66.3 30.8 46. 27.0 40 1936 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ....................... 1936 1,770 14,908 244 15,757 4,455 504 10 653 2,656 67.6 28.3 41.8 30.0 .4
1,779 1,350 7 1, 31 51 939 313 65.9 24.5 37 31.6 47 9 1935 1935 1,785 12,257 167 12,949 3,232 515 8,636.4 33.0 4
3,9;63 314 3,97 16 ,, 896 2. 8.7 41. 31.9 45.9 19;6 Texas & New Orleans ............... .... 936 4,430 ,3,418 11,200 2
2r 21,81 79 69.6 2193 6. .1 27,960 2, 46 1120,6107
432 2, 18 N4 39; 1,002 2 2, 38 735 70.9 29.2 41 32.1 45.2 19 5 1935 4,438 23,332 2,367 2,1 9,419 1:.76 23,245 1,
1,94 2:N2 as &8 Paciic. ..... ------_-- a 67590
1,949 2,152 309 2,7 814 1 9 1,o 621 66.2 196 Texas & Pacific .----. 1936 1,950 18,718 2,285 22,868 15,760 30.0
9506 263 573 10 415 626 62.5 25.3 14.5 12.4 115. 193 5 1935 1,950 15 172 19,2 13 ,681 35
"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent." 108714-0 U.S GOVERNMENTPRINTINGOFFICE1936
a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Deficit or other reverse items.
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