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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-Continued.



FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1937 AND 1936 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1937 AND 1936
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
__________expenses, expenses, Oeai rvuOeM expenses, expenses,
Net Oper- percent of percent of Net Oper- percent of percent of
Average Depreci- railwayating Average Depreci- railway ating ___________
miles nation 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 cluded sting (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) eating eating eating ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ting ating eating 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) (0) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (J) (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:
8,400 $5,710 $928 $7,415 $3,815 t$13 $7,282 d A666 98"2 51.4 52.14 33:5 O40.2 1937 Chicago & North Western...--.....-.-..-....-......-....-1937 8,404 $26,770 $4,266 $4,672 $64,62 $2,067 $32,102 92.6 4 5.6 .1
8,355 5,845 755 7,385 5,757 415 7,061 95.6 50.9 55.2 0 59.71936 1956 8,355 26,115 5,662 33,459 44 2,o 81 31,110 1 95.0 42.0 45.2 4.7 47.0
1,505 1,5,346 9 1,475 492 45 1,167 9 79.1 3355.5 42.1 38.1 48.2 19537 Chicago Great Western.................................... ------------------ 1937 1,505 6,909 216 7,582 2,468 220 6,012 113 79.3 32.6 41.0 9.2 49.5
1,513 1,385 4. 1,517 417 41 1,051 206 69.3 27.5 39.6 54.9 50.4 1936 1935 1,513 6,093 230 6,788 2,126 206 5,478 70 50.7 31.3 38.8 41.6 51.6
11,115 7,092 602 8,661 3,705 4.6 7,596 22 87.7 42.8 48.8 58. 43 .7 193157 Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific.... 1937 11,115 5,459 2,957 42,691 14,924 2,260 ,86 2,.61 81.7 5.0 42.8 40.0 49.0
11,129 7,122 513 8,426 53,85 446 7,521 d 10 89.3 45.7 51.2 37.4 41.9 1936 1936 11,127 46 2,551 41,078 14,234 2,242 33,536 1,8o6 81.6 54.7 42.4 40.6 49.8
1,648 1,191 8 1,411 545 49 1,3510 d 10 5 92.8 538.6 41.6 46.1 49.7 19357 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha....1957 1,648 5,595 620 6,684- 2,129 247 6,2531 d32 95.2 31.8 54.2 52.7 56.6
1,648 1,196 109 1,407 454 50 1,202 i-19 85.4 32.3 37.8 45.2 53.0 1936 1936 1,649 5,726 579 6,792 2,090 249 6,233 d tt5 91.8 30.8 33.5 52.5 57.5
8,095 67'691 375 8,849 2,28 3502 5,190 2,754 58.7 25.3 43.1 27.9 4.5 1937 Great Northern-....................... .---...---.- .. 19 37 8,093 27,499 1,745 32088 781 1,509 23,879 4,935 74.4 30.5 41.0 6.8 49.5
8,251 6,707 362 7,692 1,945 304 4,635 2,200 60.3 25.3 42.0 29.1 48.3 1936 1936 8,251 24,385 1,750 28,584 5,195 1,540 21,437 4,235 75.0 28.7 38.2 38.7 51.5
4,301 2,157 87 2,432 819 98 1,902 210 78.2 3355.7 45.1 57.6 48.1 19357 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie1957 4,501 9,307 432 10,551 5,467 511 8,917 10 84.5 52.9 58.9 45.9 51.9
4,297 2,076 76 2,3558 677 102 1,695 3542 72.5 29.0 59.9 36.2 49.9 193 1936 4,297 ,610 598 9,775 5,215 511 8,454 d5 86.5 32.9 8. 4. 5.
6,727 4,311 315 5,082 2,083 268 4,489 336 88.3 41.0 46.4 3 42.0 193 Northern Pacific -------- ..................... 1937 6,727 21,169 1,585 24,:2 8,7Z2 1,342 21,271 2,575 85.3 3552 41.2 40.0 46.9
6,727 5,920 276 ,646 1,965 261 4,187 215 90.1 42.5 46.9 57 4o.8 1956 1Central 6Western Region: 16 9 6727 17,847 1,5 21 9 799 1304 19 7 91.0 41.2 42.1 46.2
956 96 194 1,355 470 29 1,114 2.2 34.7 42.2 38.9 47.3 1937 Alton.......-- ................................................1937 956 4,896 953 6,798 1,792 147 4,977 470 75.2 26.4 6.0 8.2 52.2
956 906 159 1,234 428 32 1,026 d 85.1 34.7 41.7 39. 47.9 1956 1936 956 4,529 817 6,198 1,891 4 4,960 d 25 80.o 30.5 38.1 40.8 51.0
153,562 10,851 1,358 13,41.9 5.891 941 11,886 425 88.6 43.9 49.6 3.7 42.5 19357 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe A/.................... 19537 153,465 535,480 6,759 652,801o 24,987 4,682 54,466 5.172 82.8 38.0 45.9 57.9 45.7
13,235 9,078 1,206 11,411 5,267 947 10,499 19 92.0 46.2 50.2 5.5 41. 1936 1936 13,235 45,317 5754 56,200 23,327 4,727 49,042 1,948 87.3 41.5 47.6 8.1 4.7
8,977 5,686 75 300 3,167 40 6,6615 d 2 90.6 4.4 47.9 8.4 .4 1957 Chicago. Burlington & Quincy........................1957 8,977 51,561 3,49 39,031 12,464 2,004 350,292 3,412 77.6 31.9 41.1 7.6 48.4
9,014 5664 66 7,060 2846 382 6,131 86.9 40.5 4 57.9 43.6 19536 1956 9,014 29,851 2846 6,475 11,674 1,914 2854 2,958 78.2 532.0 40.9 58.5 49.0
7,517 47 51 5,80 2,587 3355 5:722 d 688 97.8 44.:2 45:2 43:7 4:6 19561937 Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific............... 195 7 7,526 24,564 5 ,87 0,047 10,705 1,692 26:710 d8 89 56 40:1 42 486
7.574 4,65; Z99 5,749 2,557 355 5,438 g44 -34. 4o.5 43 0 43.4 14h6.1 1931 193b 7,574 22.685 2,753 28,334 10,783 1,795 26,56o .2 93-7 3b.1 4. 54 4.
2,576 1,843 95 2,046 1,281 95 2,160o d 105. 62.6 59. 5 356.1 534.2 19537 Denver & Rio Grande Western..-...........---- 1957 2,576 9,8 5350 10,227 4,986 48 9,584 d 582 9.7 48.8 52.0 57.6 40.1
2,554 1,762 54 1,947 1,005 97 1,815 d 172 93.2 51.6 55.4 34.8 37.3 1936 1936 2,554 5,224 503 9,172 3,995 452 7,860 12b 85.7 43.6 50.8 34.9 40.7
8,765 11,083 1,816 14,205 4,071 543 11,618 727 81.8 28.7 55.0 43.7 55.4 1957 Southern Pacific Company -------..........197 8,771 57,70 8,882 72,496 19502 2,665 56,864 6,943 78.4 26.9 4. 42.5 54.2
8,772 9,495 1,621 12,094 3:5316 516 9,297 1,141 76.9 27.4 355.7 40.0 52.0 19516 193Z6 8,772 44,508 7,748 56,6355 16,202 2,584 44,229 5,197 78.1 28.6 6.6 59.5 50.6
9,911 9,944 1,343 12,421 4,454 560 9,859 569 79. 55.9 4.2 33.8 42.6 1957 Union Pacific.--................................................1957 9,915 ?51,045 62,466 21,146 2,792 49,095 4,4 78.6 .9 4.1 5.5 45.2
9,29 ,931 1,071 11o,069 ,192 534 9,051 349 81. 537.9 46.3 33.1 40.5 1936 1936 9827 44,46 4,768 53,969 18,805 2,649 43,078 5.3167 79.8 4.8 45.7 55.0 43.8
Southwestern Region:
53,294 2,109 187 2,4 780 99 2,01 152 79.2 50.7 8.7 357.8 :7 17 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines.......................... 197 5,294 10, 12,411 3 5,56 495 9,0 1,152 76.8 27.8 5 .1
3,294 2013 181 & 795 107 31,92 19 89 32.5 5 ~ 2 .4 9 7:1931 ie.......1937 3,294i1,334, 94,10112 .7 .6. 5. ~.
5 2, 181 795 7 1,92 129 79 52.5 .2 1 5,294 9,995 6 11,941 3,8d30 555 9,474 595 79.5 52.1 40.4 56.5 46.0
7,171 5,963 426 7,062 2,51 288 5,761 5372 81.6 35 5.6 4.6 37.8 46.4 1937 Missouri Pacific.........................................1957 7,171 52,765 2,244 58,065 12,184 1,7435 29,290 5,769 76.9 52.0 4.6 57.5 48.7
7,229 5,755 384 6,765 2,444 550 5,507 311 81.4 36.1 44.4 57.1 45.6 1936 1936 7,229 29,543 1,825 34,285 11,444 1,752 27,052 2732 78.9 33.4 42. 7. 47.9
4.927 3o 5,o20 3 5,876 1,490 262 5,325 244 85.0 58.4 452: 59.0 45.9 1937 st. Louis-San Francisco..............--- 193571 4,92Z 16,769 1,49 20,1359 7,480 1.,3510 16,805 1,691 85.4 357.1 58.
4,928 3,100 268 3,726 1,473 269 3,20 262 84.3 39.5 46.9 37,0 43.9 193b 193 4,92 15,141 1,182 17,973 7,134 1,346 15,347 1,332 85.4 39.7
1,7 1,759 25 1,847 66 50 1,596 170 75.5 56.0 47.7 351.2 41.3 193 St. Louis Southwestern Lines........................ 1957 1,75 8,525 132 9,026 3,033 251 6,699 866 74.2 .6 45. 1.9 4.0
1,74 1,5 1,574 435 50 1,059 276 67.5 27.8 41.4 30.0 44.5 193 1936 1,74 7,216 79 7,570 2,000 253 5,079 1,290 67.1 26.4 59.4 51.2 46.4
4,421 3,261 282 5.3849 1,3527 13 3,026 297 78.6 34. 43 .9 54.6 44.0 .1937 Texas & New Orleans.......... ..........197 4,428 17,05 1,413 19,908 6,54 665 14,762 2,533 74.2 31.9 4.0 52.9 44.4
4,430 2,717 254 53,225 1,154 14o 2,666 91 2.7 35. 45.5 55.8 43 .4 19536 1936 4,430 135,576 1,217 16,037 5,537 702 12,585 1,290 78.5 33 5.3 42. 5 54.4 4.9
1,948 2,205 212 2,62 79 97 1,707 581 65.1 28.2 4.3 28.9 44,.4 1937 Texas & Pacific........... ........................1937 1 8 10,555 1,08 12,526 ,521 486 8,82 2,532 6.9 28.1 42.0 0.1 45.0
1.5 ,97 11 226 .. 8530 5. 971948 _0555 1,038 52,56 ,521 486 8, g2 2,5266.9 281 :00. 0
1,950 1,897 181 2,262 644 97 1,532 465 67.7 28.5 42.0 30.2 44.6 1956 1936 1,950 8,910 892 10,678 3,139 486 7,441 2,005 69.7 29.4 42.2 0. 4.2
"et railway operating Income" Is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."
a/ Includes Atcb son, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe; also Ft. Worth & Rio Orande (lessor to Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe) for periods subsequent to March 1, 1937.
SIncludes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
/ Deficit or other reverse items.
(Over)


MAY, 1937







Subjectto.revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION StdemeNo.,-15
BUREAU OF STATISTICS MAY, 1937



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 MAY, 1937 AND 1936 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1937 AND 1936
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
________ __________________ expexpens expenses, _________ expenses, expenses.
Net o er- percent of percent of Net Oper- percent of percent of
Average Depreci- railway aling Average Depreci- railway eating
miles ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles action in- oper- ratio
of road Passen- All eluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All eluded ating (per- oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pro- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating
nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (o) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) () ) (k) (1) (m)L (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v)W ) x) (y) () (aa)
Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)
201,161 6251,24144 32,136 5311,0986 $105,779 1.4,756 $239,961 $4,58 77.1 5 4.0 144.1 3. 146.5 19317 Total-Roads listed herein................................1937 201,14 11 l,254,200 161,928 1,542,9671 484,676 73.683 1,160,12 $202,676 75.2 31.4 41.8 36.6 8.6
201,044 231,223 26.705 285,360 93,280 1"4,637 215,397 35,754 75.5 32.7 43.3 5. 1 46.9 1936New England Region: 1936 201,475 1,112,831 147,774 1,377,295 437,382 72,946 1:057:693 165:079 76.9 31.6 141.4 37.4 14.7
New England Region:
1,959 2889 535 3,9514 1196 134 2,961 49574.9 T.2 40.4 38.2 51.0 1937 Boston & Maine___ -. .........1937 1,963 14,602 2,883 20,197 5,505 670 14,355 3,271.71.1 2.3 : 3375
1997 2,799 4 301 1202 137 2964 32 78.0 1.6 40.5 39.8 51.0 193 1936 1,997 13,275 2,61 16:317 ,763 685 15:94 10 87.0 39 3
2,039 4,021 2,147 6,897 2,309 265 5,608 161 1.31 33.5 41.2 39.5 418.6 1937 New York, New Haven, & Hartford--.............-1937 2,035 20,243 10,463 34,2464 9,761 1,423 22,t4 3,274 74.4 2 28.3. 3:1 37:
2,057 3,767 1,845 6,350 2,002 286 14,62 421 76.6 31.5 41.2 37.7 49.2 1936 1936 2,056 17,890 9,721 31,263 9,907 1,435 2,13 i 7211 7.6 31.7 3 39 7
Great Lakes Region:
831 2,1146 7 70 2,9303 626 6 1,73 3147 77.14 35.9 46. 33.9 43.6 1937 Delaware & Hudson ...... 1937 '6 831 10,14614 0439 11,320 3,704 444 6 1,87 760 32.7 40 352 46
831 2,105 75 2,269 774 91 1,74 35 76.9 314.1 4M4. Y.9 45.4 1936 1936 631 9,419 440 10,279 3,672 463 8,748 91 85.1 37.7 .3 39.7 45.2
985 3,522 573 4,562 1,187 210 33 5 679 74.0 26.0 35.2 41.6 56.2 193 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western-_....._.....1937 965 16,38 2,826 22,003 5,374 1052 16,44 3.295 74.6 24.4 32.7 :3.5 5.2
985 3,102 552 4,127 1,123 223 3,263 504 79.1 27.2 34.4 56.1 1936 1936 990 15,297 2,823 20,325 5,471 1,11 16,417 2,162 80.8 26.9 33.3 6.4 57.5
2,24 6,441 434 7,465 2,083 317 51 1,412 69.5 27.9 40.1 35.1 50.5 1937 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) ___............_1937 2.284 31,710 2,074 36,394 9,633 1,588 25,041 7,142 68.8 26.5 38.5 35.7 51.9
2,298 5,910 418 6,893 1,950 324 4,49 1,278 70.3 28.3 40.2 35.2 50.0 193 1936 2,298 28,394 2,088 32,905 8,975 1624 23,760 5,886 72.2 27.3 37.8 37.8 52.3
1,032 2,019 75 2,237 683 84 1,660 317 74.2 30.5 41.2 37.:4 50.4 1937 Grand Trunk estern._1937 1,032 9,79 30 10,97 3 .095 425 7,938 1,60272.3 2.2 39.0 3.3 52.9
1?58 1.5 713 5 ,, 3 2.6 390 39.3 52.9
1,032 2:074 65 2,278 64 9 1,562 41 6.6 28.4 1. 4.7 50.6 196 1936 1,032 9,131 341 10,188 2,91 4 7,523 133 73.9 28.6 3. 9.2 53.0
1,322 3,775 211 4,248 1.293 187 3,356 41 79.0 0.4 3.5 41.9 0 1937 Lehigh Valley ----____ ---1937 1,322 19,.85 1,078 21,842 750 947 16,376 2,925 75.0 26.3 35.1 42.2 56.2
5 355 202 3,929 90 191 2,6 70 72.9 3.1 31. 412.5 5 4 19369 1,337 17,109 ,4 150 ,74 959 14,907 2,711 7.4 24.3 31.8 45.o 5.9
15642661493 N YorkCentral 0/ 2Z617, ,1 1130 10 1 9,017570 37:3
11,17 22,224 5.123 31.,12 10,060 1,36 2605 ,956 75. 32.3 2.6 37.0 4.7 197 ew York Central /.- 1937 11,212 113,1147 2,470 15529 7,644 6,670 16,175 21,4674.6 30.6 41.0 37. 50.1
11,215 20,169 4,519 28,155 8,856 1,4 21,25 3,21 75.5 31.5 41.7 37.2 49.2 1936 1936 11,215 101,961 241 47 142,029 4,797 6,742 106,793 15,49 76.6 1.5 41.2 8.1 :49.7
1705 3,280 70 3.469 2 136 2,1 7 67.: 2:.7 3.1 34.4 50.9 197 ew York,. Chicago & St. uis.....--- 1937 1,705 17,5 32 18,43 4,675 675 11,994 3,651 64.9 25.3 39.0 32.7 50.5
1:705 3,080 79 3,271 85 129 .213 5 2. .7 2.6 50.0 1I Y1936 1,705 153 546 16,263 3763 45 10,552 3,500 64.9 23.3 35.9 34.2 52.7
1,705 3,060 79 3,273 129 .2, 93615,cc 3146,52 -
2,116 2,466 72 2,696 940 213 2,0708 33 77.1 314.8 45.2 36.0 46.7 1937 Pere Marquette --- .--....-..........- 1937 2,115 12,267 3148 13,772 4,461 1,066 10,213 2,215 74.2 32.4 143.7 35.18 4.3
2:116 2:481 57 2,676 630 210 1,907 474 71.3 31.0 43.5 34.3 411.1 1936 1936 2,116 12,250 321 13,16 14,065 1:056 9:697 2,311 73.5 30.6 41.9 36.7 50.0
24 2,0614 60 2,192 919 150 1,6613 5 75.9 41.9 55. 2.5 7.6 197 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie.--.--..-.....- .......1937 234 9727 289 10,337 4,.674 72 86.,143 2001 1.6 45.2 55.4 30.6 37.:
234 1,724 55 1,824 667 151 1,33 7 73.0 37.7 51.7 29.4 40.2 1936 1936 234 7,2'40 281 7,721 3,105 752 6,261 1:666 61.3 40.2 49.4 34.1 41.9
2:4 3:,42 194 3469 1.12 160 2,92877.6 31.7 3.1 1 1 ; Wabash._._____. ......-... ..................1937 2,14 17,1 92 19,919 5,961 69 14, 2, 66714 30.0 0 1.1 37.2 49:
3,224 131177 2,666.1 31.3 11.2166 61o 501 69,114,0675.7 29.6 39.1 6.2
2 ? 224 183 3,71 il 177 2.6 43 71 32 Central Eastern Region: 1936 247 1209 96 16, 0 5501 14 232 75 9 1 82
6,471 13,287 983 15,165 5405 603 11,717 2,256 773 35.6 46.1 34.0 44.1 1937 Baltimore&Ohi...... 6,471 64,920 ,33 73,507 2362 10
219 2332"56461936--------61935,6,71 9202 8313 2 2224 3:15 1.4352.6 1423.69 34.14 46.1
6:46 1507 919 9 712 615 10, 73.0 3.0 45.2 2.5 93 6:46 57:021 4 62 221,5 3,078 75 9636 76.3 26 427 35.7 46.8
681 2,363 376 2,917 7A 116 2,076 266 71.2 25.7 36.0 193 Central of New Jersey..... 1937 681 11,473 1,752 14,067 3,461 600 9.910 1.38 70.4 24.6 34.9 40.3 57.1
681 2,012 349 2,529 751 128 2,011 53 79.5 29.7 37.:4 4 3.2 5 1931 e 1936 661 10,512 1ae e 12:987 3:629 640 10,020 .77.1 26.0 36.2 1430 55:8
1291.6 333,10.6 366 Cicao ,60. ano 12. 13.2 52 50. 776.1' o .
931 1,022 118 1,304 434 12 .6 3. 403.8 86 47 193 Chicago & Eastern Illinois.---........--........-1937 931 5.60,, 25 5,181 64 74.1 7.5 37.1 37.4 50.6
931 947 9 1,196 79 95 22 79.9 31.7 39.7 38.5 6 1936 931 5,154 496 6,413 1:73 24 4,964 35 77.4 29.2 37.7 39.1 50.4
S 1,7 ,917 52 75 1.326 337 69.2 50.4 43.9 35.7 51.6 1937 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern.-----1937 43 ,651 9.50 2,609 70 6,55 116 66.9 26.5 12.7 4.9
1287 1.538 474 75 1.o077 27 70.0 50. 14.0 35.2 50.3 1936 1936. 4 6,590 73450 2,20 o75 512 1602 6.9 29.6 4. 43.0 35.2 519
397 673 1,443 2,226 61 97 1.656 110 74.4 27. 37.4 43.2 58.1 1937 Long Island..---- .-....-- ...---- 1937 397 2,940 6,59 10.o000 3.174 1 ,6,14614 a 4.6 31.7 7.5 4. 57.6
397 583 1,493 2,167 496 91 1,501 228 69.3 22.9 33.1 42.7 61.7 1936 1936 397 2,707 6666 98111 2,557 485 7,.81 272 79.7 26.1 32.7 49-5 62.1
10,308 51,142 35:697 40,64 1,370 2,120 30,055 6,066 73.9 32.9 44.5 3.4 46.5 1937 Pennsylvania-...............................................1937 10,30 1148,530 29,2,5 194,835 64,160 10.,292 146.671 2,766 75. 32.9 1 43.7 35.:4 147.0
10,425 26,803 5,194 35,369 9,976 1,876 21,479 6,859 69.2 28.2 40.6 33.9 49.0 1936 1936 10,438 126,122 27,361 166,954 49:983 86991 123,900 286321 73.3 29.6 10.3 35:4 9:.6
52 ,32 309 4,784 10,267 217 3,424 1 .6 26.5 3.0 .7 .1 1937 Reading___.......... .............. .......197 1.,3 23. 1 26.,59 6,611 1,292 17,06 6,467 67.0 24.9 37.1 36.5 54.5
115 14114 36 1,0 1,12523,29 1.?gl11.6 22665 N 3.6 11936 --------- --------- -------1937 21,696 9 6 6 ,9
1,457 4,20 316 4,714 1,119 25 3,229 2 58 22.8 .7 3 55.9 96Poahonts Regi 1936 1:457 21,69 1:, 24,41 6:o34 1,331 17,127 5,4860 70.1 24.7 35.2 39.1 55.9
3,106 10,131 32 103 94 6 6,10 .,57 56.2 2.0 49. 22. 40.-6 19 O Chesapeake & Ohio-..-... ----- --- 1937 ,106 0336 1,336 53,90 1n,208 3.431 30.416 16,720 56.8 28.4 50.0 23.2 40.8
3.106 10,1495 306 11,256 ,9 706 5,797 N 5 51.5 26.2 50.9 20. 40.2 19 C 1936 5,10e6 9.410 1,315 52, 2 1,827 3.5240 2,946 19,003 55.2 28.3 51.2 22.1 40.0
20 750 170 910 2,33 .01 4436 254 56.1 29.5 52.6 21.6 ?9 193 ,Norfolk & Western--- --..........- -- 1937 2,2o4 36,009 868 4o,056 1.346 1,961 22,008 1.666 54.9 2. 51.6 22.0 0.0
2167 6,21 160 7,238 1,984 376 3,688 2,472 53.7 27.4 51.0 219 40. 1936 1936 2,167 33,229 791 35,159 9,573 1,672 19,397 12,570 55.2 27.2 49.4 23.2 42.0
Southern Region:
5,12 6 02 1,17 2 30 13 Atlantic Coast Line....----- ------1937 5,102 16,544 ,74346 23,701 850 16,177 7 68 3 21 36.8 3 6 52. 1
5,195 1:067; 298 3,55? 1,122 17 1,825 79 3 39.7 0 1936 5,145 13:,75 3:,65 20,158 15:5M 691 14,821 19 73:5 P:4 37.3 380 5:.7
1,927 1,174 10 1,470 507 66 1,229 115 6.6 1 41.3 1 47.3 1 Central of Georgia...............1...37 1327 6, 01 606 7469 2,39 32 6,o04 7914 0 .7 32.0 3 1 48
1,927 93 9 1,233 3 64 1,07 7. 0 4 1 6.1927 4,999 557 6,339 2156 3421 5,474 255 8640 7 4
9;7 6:10 ,61 8,296 2,860 7 ,73J 61.2 42: :0 :411.0 1 .Illinoi Central............................... 4 6 3 1 12,05 2626 267 1 73 1.1 9.2 4o.4 5.
4,975 6,258 055 7,799 2,548 545 6,153 M25 78.7 52:7 41. 579 48.2 195 1336 Z:7 3211 3 4 59152i 12,806 274 1066 4557. 08 5. 95 5.
61 376.7 14763 ,5123,2139,152 12,o63 2,714 09 39.3 39-3250.6
2,5146 : 5} ,: 39.3 50.2
,9141 6,69 2 6,19 2,5 341 5,737 1,566 71. 31.9 1445 2 ,46 137 Louisville & Nashville.........------- 1937 4 942 32,306 2,790 7,09 12,25:14 1,736 279? 6.44 741.0 32.4 3.61 314. 47.0
5,000 6,16 494 7,20 2,249 3149 5,195 1,49 72.1 31.2 3. 3.01 47.3 196 1936 5005 30293 2471 35 0 11906 1743 267 6607 75.3 33.6 44.6 4.5 45.9
4,306 2,66 356 3, 14 1 ,20 16J 2,861 326 35.1 35.6 11 44.6 193 Seaboard Air Line ....-- .......- 3 40 6 2,850 6,046 795 2.844 74.3 30.3 2Z 6.8
3 a I 61 M 2 9 al: 9 3.01:7 34:~1 46.01
4,308 2,538 261 3,097 1,097 15 2,53 171 3 35.4 .5 37. 13 1 11 8 153 2,257 1,53 57,2 762 13 1,126 1. 7 4.1 7 46.o
64o 6,574 773 ,060 2,58 260 5,89 1,31372 32.0 143. 35.1 2 Sth 44 4,11 12,92 1,309 29924 ,289.4
6,6:41 6,00 693 7,464 2,350 271 5,4117 1,309 7 31.5 35.1 48.2 1 out,19n 6:64192 6....... .... 3..56 4..... .... 937 66.0 3,2, 6.5 7129 30.6 : : 9
61 6oo650 11 .74 34.5 1936 6,6161 o,6,30 3,60 ?,565 11,5 1 3 53,3951 U9 30.
1,9 1,077 7 1,279 323 39 9005 14 7. 25.3 35. 361 53S 1937 Yao & Mississippi Valley.........................-1937 1619 5,761 376 6,595 15 201 969 68. 23.6 34.6 7.4 6
1,619 1,070 67 1,23 260 4 0 206 64.9 21.0 2.4 36. 6. 196 196 1:619 56 04 5574 1213 4,654 4 72. 214.2 0.6
1,238 2 3, $03.6 2? 0 3 3 -6 193 4'809): 429, 72 6 a

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