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3 1262 08730 9380 JANUARY, 1937

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


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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 JANUARY, 1937 AND 1936


Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses.
Net Oper- percent of percent of
Average Depreci- railway ating
Region. road, and year miles ation in- oper- ratio
of road Passen- All eluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income- cent) eating ating eating eating
nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses
(a)L (b) (c) (d) (e) (M) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (a)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)

Total-Roads listed herein................................ 1937 200,966 $237,862 $35,045 *26,273 $90,255 $14,6958$227,918 833,571 76.9 30.5 39.6 38.5 50.5
1936 201,449 213,513 32,O68 267,389 82,325 14:563 207,s61 31,55 77.7 30.8 39.6 39.0 50.2
New England Region:
Boston & Maine.. -...... .1937 1,976 2,199 620 3,3 1,,032 13 2,793 593 71.0 26.2 37 3 53.9
1936 1,997 2,623 551 3,654 1,256 17 3,173 99 86.1 34.9 40.5 4.,2 51.3
New York. New Haven, & Hartford_ ................1937 2,033 3,552 2,137 6,707 1,763 285 4,891 698 72.9 26.3 36.0 38.1 52.3
1936 2,0 3:474 2,024 6:189 1,788 285 4,733 509 76.5 28.9 37.5 39-3 51.4
Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson ----_--_---------- ............... 1937 831 1,918 01 2,121 700 89 1,675 286 78.9 33. 41.8 37.2 71
1936 31 1,84 1 04 2,029 754 95 1,776 147 87.5 37.2 42.5 41.1 4:9
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western................-1937 955 3,0 55 4,094 1,008 211 3,262 438 74 24.6 30-9 47.6 59.7
193 994 2,914 581 3:924 1,070 223 3,321 255 8 27.3 32.2 49.6 58.6
Erie (including Chicago & Erie)-...............1937 2,254 6,031 417 6,909 1,778 318 4,866 1,188 70.4 25-7 36.5 ?: 53.7
193b 2,295 5,3b0 432 6,219 1,735 326 4,705 918 75.7 27.9 36.9 .3 53.2
Grand Trunk Western- --................................ 1937 1,032 1,83 93 1,836 539 87 1,474 80.3 29.3 36.6 44.1 55.o
1936 1,032 1:76 77 1,909 525 57 1,414 3L0 74.1 27.5 37.1 40.3 5L
Lehigh Valley .......... 1937 1,322 3,662 230 4,130 1,101 191 3,201 398 77-5 26.7 34.4 43.8 9 56.5
1936 1,337 3,386 226 3,864 923 192 2,985 46 77.2 23.9 30.9 4.2 59.8
New York Central A/.................................-1937 11,222 21,091 5,789 29,903 8,4oi 1,331 22,753 3,864 76.1 29.6 8.9 39.4 51.7
1936 11,215 19,753 5,516 28,206 8,875 1,347 21,798 2,659 77.3 31.5 40.7 38.6 49.9
New York, Chicago & St. Louis.....................1937 1,705 3,527 74 3,709 953 134 2,43570 6.7 25.7 39.1 3.2 50-5
1936 1,705 2,955 77 3,14o 722 133 2,096 64166.5 23.0 34. 3 60 53-9
Pere Marquette .................................... 1937 2,115 2,033 84 2,25 814 213 1,914 41 84.9 36.1 42.5 41.5 48.8
1936 2,116 2,339 93 2,54 797 212 1,931 351 75.8 31.3 41.3 38.3 50.5
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie..................................1937 234 1,886 60 2,002 500 143 1,676 34o 83.7 45.0 53.7 32.9 39.3
1936 234 1,290 60 1,384 623 150 1,256191 90.8 45.0 9.6 37.9 1 41.
Wabash- -------------------------------------------------.193 2,447 3,453 223 3,926 1,116 177 2,862 519 72. 28.4 39.0 37.3 51.2
1931 2,447 2,988 222 3:549 1:061 179 2,748 355 77.4 29.9 38.6 39.0 50.4
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio........................................193 6,71 12,220 909 13,867 4,190 600 10,274 2,021 74.1 30.2 4o.8 36.3 49.0
193 6 10,846 891 12,466 3,732 618 9,393 2,031 75.4 29.9 39.7 37.4 49.6
Central of New Jersey ------ ................-1937 681 2,107 352 2,613 11 126 1 991 113 76.2 27.2 35-7 42.9 56.3
1936 651 2,151 331 2,627 670 128 1,960 258 74.6 25.5 34.2 43.2 57.9
Chicago & Eastern Illinois .................1931 931 1,166 132 1,447 379 47 1,052 158 72.8 26.2 36.0 37.8 52.0
1936 931 1,061 113 1,315 363 50 1,000 90 76.1 27.6 36-3 39.7 52-2
Elgin, Jolist & Eastern ..................................1937 435 1,580 1,816 556 74 1,305 268 71.9 30.6 42.6 31-5 52.2
1936 434 1,231 1,372 5 75 969 285 70.6 29.5 41.5 36.8 52.1
Long Island- --.....................................1931 397 523 1,294 1,597 661 98 1,765 d 201 93.2 34.8 37.4 52.5 56.4
1936 397 g9 1,273 1,835 550 99 1,654 d lO9 90.1 30.0 33.3 55.6 o1.7
Pennsylvania_............................... 1937 1 0,308 28,295 6,480 37,824 12,918 2,014 29,521 4,816 78.0 34.2 43.8 36.6 47.o
193 10,43 23,910 6,140 32,921 10,033 1,777 25,075 5,310 76.2 30.5 4o.o 38.0 49.5
Reading-----------..............................1937 1,456 4,602 317 5134 1,410 260 3,662 1,068 71.3 27.5 38.5 1 5.4
193b 1,457 4270 343 4,825 1,197 268 3-,464 1,042 71.8 24.8 345 4
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio .............. ..............1937 3,106 5,614 264 9,186 2,827 686 5,676 2,305 61.5 30.8 49.8 25.0 o4.4
..193b 3,l6 9,787 261 10,325 2,852 700 5,702 3,812 55.2 27.6 50.1 22.8 41.3

Norfolk & Western-........................................1937 2,205 7,118 193 7,512 2,306 387 4,411 2,2 58.7 30.7 52.3 2 4
1936 2,167 6,453 171 6,525 1,856 373 3:84 2,3Yo 56.9 27.2 47.5 43.5
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line .....................................193702 3,184 956 4,614 1,258 171 3,398 529 73.7 27.3 37.0 38.0 51.6
1936 5,146 2,554 718 3,714 1,191 181 3,10164 83.5 32.1 38.4 41.8 50.1
Centra l of Georgia_-......................................1937 1,927 1,073 137 1,364 446 65 1,163 45 85.2 32.7 38.4 42.o 49.2
1936 1,927 951 124 1,214 437 64 1,106 # 91.1 36.0 39.5 43.9 48.2
Illinois Central...........................................-193 4967 6,3 44 850 7,742 2,414 532 6,558 247 84.7 32.0 37.7 43.6 51.4
1936 4,95l 6,445 793 7,796 2,261 556 6,097 1,005 78.2 29.0 37.1 4b.6 51.9
Louisville & Nashville.................................... 5,00919376 565 6,714 2,49 348 5,369 907 80.0 35.0 N7 37.2 46.6
193b ,09 6099 525 7,139 2, 16 34 5,492 1,290 76.9 33.8 35.8 46.5

Seaboard Air Line....................1937 4,308 2,994 663 4,029 1,252 158 2,970 567 73.7 28.8 39.1 35.4 48.1
1936h 4,308 2,351 543 3,194 1,138 157 2,739 64 85.7 35.6 41.6 39.1 45.6
Southern_-_ -.----................................193 6,640 6,466 955 8,133 2,529 267 5,867 1,350 72.1 31.1 43.1 35-3 4s.9
1931 6,641 6,063 798 7,509 2,250 271 5,465 1,334 72.8 30.0 41.2 36.8 50.5
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley...................1937 1,619 1,119 87 1,288 319 40 912 144 70.5 24.8 34.9 38.1 53.8
1936 1,619 560 59 989 264 42 824 _3 9 83.4 26.7 32.0 47.2 56.6
# Less than one thousand.
*"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.
oDeficit or other reverse items.
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


JANUARY, 1937


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 JANUARY, 1937 AND 1936


Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses,
Net Oper- percent of percent of
Average Depreci- railway ating
Region, road, and year miles ation in- oper- ratio
of road Passen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating
nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)

Northwestern Region:
Chicago & North Western ---------------- 1937 8,294 $4,988 $943 $6,63 $2 4.38 $4$ 6,o66 d .1 36. 40.2 46. 5 O50
1931 8,355 4,775 795 6,25 2,11615 5,453 .1 36.7 38.8 4.6 52.9
Chicago Great Western............----------------------1937 1,505 1,389 51 1,534 4.83 4 1,238 d8o.7 31.5 39.0 41. 7 51.7
1936 1,513 1,154. 52 1,302 4.11 4.1 11,105 2 84.9 31. 37.2 45.1 53.1
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific9--193 1112,738 559 8,129 2,3562Z4486,2 559 77.12 29.09 37.6 4.5 53.5

Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha---1937 1,648 1,107 141 1,3.13 378 49 1,31499 98.0 28.2 28.7 61.0 62.3
1931 1,652 1,123 128 1:34.6 371 50 1,231 91.5 27.6 30.1 55.5 60.7
Great Northern.........................----------------1937 8,093 4,582 364 5:4 1,704 302 4,675 185 859: 1.31 36.5 4.6.2 53.8
1936 8,251 3,962 390 4789 1,521 304. 4,14.6 90 86.6 31.7 36.7 45-5 52.6
Minneapolis, St. Paul &'Sault Ste. Marie1937 4,301 1,636 96 1,881 652 103 1,780 d195 946 34.7 36.6 51.3 54-3
1936 4,297 1,567 74 1,772 573 102 1,623 d__T02 91.6 32.4 35.3 49.9 545
Northern Pacific--------- .................----------------------.1937 6,727 3,842 33 4,612 1,596268 4,04 397 87.7 30.3 34.5 46.6 1
Central Western Region: :
CnrlWsenRgo:1936 6,727 3,239 308 3,929 1,6 256 3:Q1l d 5 97.2 37.3 38-3.3 4.49
Alton-..................1955---8'--------------------------------19372956935 203 1,3292 271 29 904 150 68.4 20.5 30.0 38.8 56.8
193b 956 855 183 1,204. 328 27 958 20 79.5 27.2 34.2 4.3.4. 54.5
Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe A/.............-------1937 13,250 10,4.92 1,467 12,962 4,425 936 10,506 1,166 81.1 341 421 40.0 49-3
1936 13,235 8,84 1,207 10,983 4,34.V 945 9,546 4.81 86.9 39.5 45.5 39.4 4 .53
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .............-----------1937 8,976 6,330 738 7,850 2,330 400 6,133 540 78.1 29.7 38.0 40.2 51.4
1936 9,014 5,866 608 7,210 2,012 382 5,419 99 75.2 27.9 37.2 39.5 52.5
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ...........---------193 7,553 4,575 689 5,786 1,776 3l 1 5,130 d 150 88753
193 7,574 4,307 622 5.482 1,950 3 5,079 d 227 92.7 35. 3 4 4 .6 503
Denver & Rio Grande Western.............------------51937 2,576 1,905 96 2,095 74.6 96 1,761 95 84.0 35.6 42.4. 4.1.1 4.8.9
1936 2, 58z. 1,596 131 1,813 614 98 1,4.06 211 77.5 33.9 43-.7 36.1 46.6
Southern Pacific company 12/ ...............----------1937 8,772 12,006 1,899 14,987 3,672 524 11,5 2,092 75.6 242 32.4 42-3 56.0
1936 8,772 8,053 1,1679 10,571 3,134. 518 8,14 622 82.4 29. 36.0 41.9 50.9
Union Pacific....................---------------------------.193 9,18 lO,l 4 1,243 12,02 3,721 552 9,787 921 78.3 29.8 38.0 39.2 5.1
1939rr25 8g5i2n1,023 10,437 3,188 528 8,110 912 77.7 30.6 39.3 36.7 472
Southwestern Region:
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines...------------1937 3,,24 1,943l 97 2,366 5621981,814 235 76.7 23.7 30.9 40.9 5.3
193Z 3,294 1,983 167 2,366 74.0 107 1,917 9 81.0 31.3 38.6 38. 4.1
Missouri Pacific-..................-1937 7,171 6,48 4947555 2,210 364 5,8843 77 .5 -9 40.3 52.2
M1931 7,229 5,9R 377 Z,9o6 2,050 351 5,22 7.2 29.37 39 3
29.7 88 50.9

St. Louis-San Francisco..........--------------------.1937 ,927 3,332 338 4,080 1,503 262 3,405 29 83. 36.8 44.1 38.9 46.6
193 4 ,929 3,092 250 3,654 1,371 269 3,024 41 82.8 37.5 45-3 37.7 45.6
St. Louis Southwestern Lines............----------- 1937 1,70 1,604 30 1,706 526 51 1,277 147 74.9 30:. 4 1.2 34.4 46.0
19361 ,74 1,305 18 1,376 352 51 962 207 69.9 25. 36.6 33.7 48.2
Texas & New Orleans-----------...........------------_-----1937 4,4.29 3 299 4,112 1,131 1 2,860 080 69.5 27.5 3:5 32.9 47.4
1936 4,4.30 2,636 238 3,113 1,050 140 2,491 24.2 80.0 33.7 422 35 5 44.4
Texas & Pacific -----------------------1937 1,94 19 224 2,346 674 98 162 .28.7 408 32.3 5 .8
63 1,950 1688181 2,038 610 97 1,433 5 70.9 29.9 41.6 31.9 4
108714-0 U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1937


* "Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and
a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
1/ Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
d/ Deficit or other reverse items.
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credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."




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