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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

I119 IIHII III I INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS1262 08730 9240
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


Statement No. M-150
JUNE, 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 JUNE, 1937 AND 1936 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1937 AND 1936
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 eating Average Depreci- railway eating
miles ation 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 eluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) eating eating eating eating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) eating eating eating eating
nanoe ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (a) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (as)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

201,121 $246,616 6$36,445 $311,426 $108,507 $14,781 $238,64 48 62976.6 34.8 45.5 35.3 46.0 19 Total-Roads listed herein .................................. 193 201,138 $1,500,821 $198,373 $1,854,391 $593,184 88,46 $1,399,445 $252,013 7.5 32.0 42.4 36.3 48.2
201,259 237685 33.922 295.568 95,225 14,581 26,961 44,:363 734 322 43.9 33. 46.1 193 Region:193 201:43 1,350,514 10,701 1,672,863 532,602 87,526 127,652 2,441 7.2 31.8 41.8 36. 48.3
New Egland Region:
1,959 2,749 650 4,080 1,243 135 2,954 632 72.4 30.5 42.1 36.1 49.8 1937 Boston & Maine--.......................... ....... 1937 1,962 17,351 3,534 24,277 6,747 804 17,309 3,903 71.3 27.8 39.0 37.3 52.3
1,989 2,719 588 3,841 1,185 137 2,893 493 75.3 30.9 40.9 37.5 49.8 1931 1936 1,996 15,994 3,202 22,158 7,949 821 16,826 503 85.0 35.9 42.2 42.3 :49.8
2,034 3240 ,2225 6,821 2,265 2852 5,334 440 7.2 33.2 42.5 37.8 48.3 193 New York. New Haven, & Hartford2................ 193 2,034 24,03 12,688 41,285 12,026 1,707 30,979 3,715 75.0 29.1 8.8 37.9 0
2,034 3,699 1,892 6,295 1,930 28 ,819 453 76.5 30.7 40.0 37.5 49.0 193G 193 2,054 21,586 11,613 37,558 11,837 1,721 29,379 2,063 78.2 31.-5 4.3 3.
Great Lakes Region:
830 1,911 78 2,082 877 88 1,754 228 84.2 42.1 50.0 34.8 41.3 1937 Delaware & Hudson ....--........................-............ 1937 831 12,375 517 13,402 4,561 532 10,363 2,105 77.3 34.2 4.2 35.1 45.4
831. 1,877 73 2,039 779 91 1,685 218 82.6 38.2 46.2 35.1 42.5 1936 193 631 11,296 512 12,319 4,651 554 10,432 1,159 84.7 37. 44.6 38.1 45.0
985 3,183 599 4,318 1,166 209 3,248 84 75.2 27.0 37.5" 42. 56.7 1937 Delaware. Lackawanna & Western............ 1937 985 20,022 3,427 26, 321 6,540 1,262 19,696 3,87 774.6 24. 3.2 143.4 57-9
985 3,053 583 4,124 1,227 222 3,282 482 79.6 29.7 37 42.6 53.5 1931 193b 989 18,350 3,405 24,449 6,698 1,336 19,699 2,64 80.6 27.4 3.0 145.8 56.8
2,277 5,826 450 7,022 2,151 317 5,127 1,182 1730 30.6 41.9 36.3 49.6 1931937 Erie (including Chicago & Erie).--.---- 193 2,283 37,535 2,524 43,416 11,783 1,906 30,1668 8,324 69.5 27.1 39.1 35.8 51.5
2,298 5,995 41 7,024 1,992 323 898 1,350 69.7 28.4 40.7 34.6 49.6 1936 193 2,298 34,388 2,529 39,929 10,966 1,946 28,658 7,236 71.8 27-5 38.3 37.2 51.9
1,032 1,794 94 2,035 670 84 1,56 220 77.1 32.9 42.7 38.7 50.2 1931937 Gran Trunk Western-................................. 19337 1,032 11,590 474 13,008 3,765 509 9,506 1,822 73.1 28.9 39.6 38.3 52.14
1032 1,898 77 2,116 682 88 1,5144 383 73.0 32.2 44.2 34.8 147.7 1931 1930 1,032 11,028 419 12,304 3,600 576 9,066 2,216 73.7 29.3 39.7 38.4 52.1
1,322 3,560 215 4,092 1,346 184 3,321 311 81.2 32.9 40.5 41.7 51.3 1937 Lehigh Valley-... 1937 1,322 23,065 1,293 25,9314 7,097 1,130 19,698 3,236 76.0 27.4 36.0 42.1 55.4
1,331 3,636 199 4,118 947 191 2,829 903 66.7 23.0 33-5 39.1 57.0 1936 1936 1,:336 20,745 1,283 23,618 5,691 1,1-0 17,736 3,614 75.1 24.1 32.1 44.0 5.6
11,152 21,345 6,o61 31,002 10,641 1,338 23,624 1,229 76.2 34.3 45.0 35.6 46.7 1937 New York Central a/ ---..................._........... 1937 11,202 134,792 31,531 186,832 58,285 8,008 139,799 22,575 74.8 31.2 41.7 37.0 49.
11,215 20,827 5,:449 29,567 9,236 1,349 21,632 4,240 73.1 31.2 42.7 35.2 48.1 1931 1936 11,215 122,788 29,596 171,616 54,033 8,091 130,425 19,689 76.0 31.5 41.4 37.6 49.
1,705 3,185 84 3,392 980 138 2,347 o08 69.2 28.9 41.8 33-3 48.2 193 New York. Chicago & St. Louis..................... 1937 1,705 20,784 412 21,85 5655 813 14,340 4,359 65.5 25.8 39.4 32.8 50.1
1,705 3,137 84 3,337 844 128 2,145 57 64.3 25.3 39.3 31.4 48.9 1936 96 1,705 18,503 429 19,601 :4,627 773 12,697 4,157 64.8 23.6 36.4 33.7 52.1
2,116 2,303 90 2,567 968 214 2,06 345 80.5 37.7 46.9 36.1 44.9 1937 Pere Marquette ------_......-.-.-.- ....... 1937 2,115 14,990 438 16,339 5,429 1,279 12,278 2,560 75.1 33.2 44.2 35.9 47.7
2,116 2,351 76 2,578 85 210 1,926 316 74.7 34.3 45.9 34.1 45.6 1936 193 2,116 14,601 398 15,766 4,950 1,266 11,623 2,627 73.7 31.4 42.6 36.3 49.2
234 1,998 55 2,106 902 154 1,621 319 77.0 42.8 55.6 28.7 37.3 1931 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie... ------ 1937 234 11,725 344 12,443 5,576 878 10,059 2,319 80.8 44.8 55.4 30.5 37.7
234 1,767 58 1,879 759 151 1,387 490 73.8 40.4 54.7 27.6 37.5 1939 1936 234 9,007 339 9,600 3,864 902 7,667 2,176 79.9 40.3 50.4 32.8 41.1
2,434 3,039 246 3,536 1,150 180 2,846 221 80.5 32.5 40.4 39.3 48.8 1937 Wabash_____ .....-.----. 1937 2,44O 20,720 1,219 23,455 7131 1,o69 1,744 2,6077-7 30.: 40.2 37-5 495
2,447 3,129 216 3,571 1,221 177 2,877 193 80. 34.2 42.4 37.8 46.9 1936 193 2,447 19,338 1,182 22,181 6 722 1,06 1o963 2,324 7.5 30.3 39.6 36.1 49.8
Central Eastern Region:
6,1471 12,370 1,1114 114,505 ,599 11,1422 2,020 76.8 379 4.2 337 12.7 193766Baltimore 6141 7
6,4716 12,3 1,1156 14,5033 ,75 03 917 11422 2,020 78.8 37-.9 48.2 3. 7 42.7 1937 Baltimore & Ohio.............................................. ..1937 6,471 7,1 5,49 8,012 29,466 3,60 66,179 13,764 75.2 335 44.5 3 4.6
79,1466 625,9714 3,690 60,1 0 1,147. 27 132 3.
68 2, 1056 14,33 759 7 1,485 2,47 73.1 33.2 45.4 38 43.5 193 19 646 9 79466 25:974 3:69 6o6 12,114 757 37 43.2 350 .2
681 2,101 395 2,724 28 118 1,939 187 73.0 26.7 36.6 41.o 56.2 1937 Central of New Jersey ...--...-.............-- ......- 1937 681 13,573 2,147 16,792 4,189 718 11,899 1,576 70.9 24.9 3.2 140.4 57.0
6ai 1,941 355 2,46 195 126 1,935 4777.8 27.9 35.9 42.5 54.6 193 193 681 12,53 2,030 15,473 4:324 767 11,955 596 77.3 28.0 3.2 42.9 55.6
931 949 127 1,237 446 52 1,075 d9.0 86.9 36.1 41.5 40.4 46.5 1937 Chicago & Eastern Illinois............................ 1937 9331 6,552 717 ,232 2,368 304 6,256 618 76.o0 28.8 37.9 37.9 49.9
931 912 103 1,165 342 49 920 3 79.0 29.3 37.1 39.0 49.4 1936 1936 931 6,o06 599 7:578 2,215 297 5:884 394 77.7 29.2 37.6 39.0 50.3
4 1.675 1,926 7 175 1,326 622 68.8 30:5 443 35 51-5 1937 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern.................................. 1931 435 10325 11,776 3,3917 444 7 2911 2,538 67.2 2.8 :42.9 35.0 552.2
434 1,237 1,507 Z98 75 1,102 252 73.1 33.0 45.1 30.0 49.3 1936 1936 434 7,827 8,957 2,706 450 6,234 1,854 69.6 30.2 43.4 35.3 50.8
397 472 1,570 2,160 642 97 1,659 d 14 76.8 29.7 38.7 44.3 57.7 1937 Long Island-.... ---- ----- 1937 397 3,412 8,160 12,160 3,816 585 10,123 --i 83.2 31.4 37.7 48.0 57.6
397 528 1,b13 2,244 528 97 1,552 191 69.2 23.5 34.0 41.5 6.0 1936 193 397 3,235 8,279 12:056 3,085 582 9,370. O77.7 25.6 32.9 48.0 61.7
10,308 29,652 5,838 39,665 13,357 2,084 29,214 6,165 73.7 33.7 145.7 34.8 47.3 1937 Pennsylvania......................................... 1937 10,308 178,182 35,073 234,500 77,517 12,376 175,885 35,609 75.0 33.1 44.1 35.3 47.1
10,354 27,389 5,257 36,014 10,652 1,839 25,437 6,673 70.6 29.6 41.9 33.9 48.0 1936 1936 10,424 153:512 32,638 204,968 6:0,636 10,831 149,337 34994 72.9 29.6 40.6 35.9 49.3
1,1452 14,661 281 .160 1,39 3,1428 1,1460 66.2 39. 3 9 eadng 756 3.1
1,457 4,66150 300 ,65 1,32 2595 3,428 1,46130 66. 2 2. 39.0 35.9 54.3193 Reading4.... ....---......-----.-......-- 193 ,53 28,516 1,9824 31,768 7,949 1,550 21,234 927 66.8 2.0 37. 64 544
1457 4,150 300 5 122 25 3,133 1:130 67.3 2.1 35 35 543 193 1936 14 25,48 1,992 29,099 7,157 1:596 20 0 10 69.6 24.6 35.3 87 55.6
Pocahontas Region:
3,106 9,103 338 9,89 2,917 691 5,756 3,211 58.2 29.5 50.7 23.8 41.0 1937 Chesapeake & Ohio.............................................. 1937 3,106 59,439 1,674 63,478 18,125 4,122 36,172 19,931 570 28.6 50.1 23.3 40.8
3,106 10,115 299 10,856 2,953 688 5,767 3,786 53.1 27.2 51.2 21.1 39.7 1936 1936 3:106 59,525 1,615 63:,284 17,780 4,212 34,712 22,788 54.9 28.1 51.2 21.9 40.0
2,202 7,556 189 8,001 2,261 40 4,331 2,77 54.1 28.3 52.2 21.9 40.4 1937 Norfolk & Western .................................... 1937 2,203 45,565 1,057 48,057 13,6o6 2,366 26,339 16,441 54.8 2. 51.7 22.0 40.1
2,167 7,231 19 7,648 2,14 37 4,002 2,58652.3 28.1 53.7 20.2 38.6193o 1936 2,167 4,46o 980 42,807 11,721 2,249 23,4oo 15,156 54.7 27.4 50.1 22.6 41.4
Southern Region:
5,104 2,804 408 3,556 1,190 168 2,912 122 81.8 33.4 40.9 40.3 49.3 1937 Atlantic Coast Line-.......-- ---.-.... 1937 5,103 19,348 5,154 27,258 7,14o 1,018 19,089 3,899 70.0 26.2 37.4 36.2 51.7
5,145 2,485 342 3,156 1,072 176 2,629 51 83.3 34.0 40.8 41.2 49.4 1930 1936 5:145 16,360 14207 23,314 6.. .,601 1:067 17,450 2:,170 74.8 2.3 37.6 38.4 51.3
1,927 1,047 118 1,329 22 66 1,221 4 91.9 39.2 4274.7 2.3 46.0 1937 Central of Georgia.......... ........................... 193 1,927 o.066 24 8,818 2,920 394 7262 797 82.4 33.1 40.2 48.1
1,927 1,005 107 1,230 42 64 1,079 13 87.7 35.9 40.9 40.9 46.7 1931 193C 1,927 1:005 163 7:569 2,597 395 '553 268 86.6 3.3 39.6 49165 48.o
4,957 6,086 837 7,55 2,920 514 6,537 1,716 86.2 38.5 44.7 40.4 46.8 193 Illinois Central............................................... 1937 4,962 39,604 4,804 4,695 15,725 3,142 39214 5,447 80.5 32.3 4o.1 4o.4 0.2
4,973 6,363 717 7,703 2,611 542 6,035 774 78.3 33.9 43.3 36.3 46.4 1937 1936 4,976 38,534 4,341 46,855 114,674 3,288 36:695 5,277 76.3 31.3 4o.o 38.8 .9.6
4,941 6,58 578 7,6N 2,619 343 5,732 1,350 74.7 34.1 45.7 34.3 45.9 1937 Louisville & Nashville.............................. 1937 4,942 38,857 3,368 45 43 14,872 2,082 33,721 8,293 74.1 32.7 44.1 34.7 46.8
5,000 6,265 528 7,2 2,372 348 5,17 1,535 71.5 32.7 45.8 32.2 45.1 193b 1936 5,004 36,558 3,000 42:684 14,278 2:091 31849 8,:142 74.6 33.5 44.8 34.1 45.8
4,308 ",466 3268 3,097 1,193 166 2,720 113 817.9 38.5 43.9 38.4 43.7 1937 Seaboard Air Line................................... 1937 4,308 17,653 3 178 23,075 7 241 961 17,565 2,956 76.1 31.4 41.2 35.2 46.
4,308 2,185 267 2,695 1,03 157 2,473 35 91.7 40.2 1 9. 4 8 43.3 1936 1936 4,30 114:718 524 19,231 6:654 939 16,017 1",62 83.3 34.6 41.5 37.9 45.
660 629 a 7 6 20 26 5$ 9a756 3. 4593 4:Z 4 6. 3 1931 Southern- --..----........................... 1931 6,6o40 1,517 5,011 50,908 15,678 1,569 35,815 9,267 70.4 30.8 143.8 34.1 48.4
3 5 4 :41 27 5:503 1,24 739 32 439 351 479 93 19 661 3,05,010 13,979 1,624 32901 7,759 73.1 3 3425 36 49:43
1,619 1,119 69 1,289 336 14 269 37.6 36.9 5. 1 6,811465 7 86 1
1:619 1,093 '6 1,239 298 431 1 168 6:9 214.0 '51 4 '6 9 323Ms ipv e115 ,2143.1 24.0 353
_____ ________ 1 6 ,79 .0 5. 6. '.31993 Y Ms p e. ... 193 1,619. 5,919 360 6,8135 1,66 2562 14,95 ,3 71.9 21.2 33.6 39.9 55.6


*"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.
4/ Deficit or other reverse items.
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION JUNE, 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 JUNE, 1937 AND 1936 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1937 AND 1936

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- 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 eating acting operated Freight ger Total mainte- irkpre- Total income* cent) ating eating 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) (c) (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:
8,400 $5,725 $1,207 $7,761 $4,304 $414 $7,810 $727 100.6 5:5 5. 8 8.1 1937 Chicago & North Western-- 193 8,4355 32,4 5 5,4722 $421,71 1,015 ,2,481 19,1 a3 $2 92.0 44$3.1 4 41.9 4
8,355 6,431 1,060 8,322 3,969 417 7,308 159 87.8 7.7 3. 34.0 38.7 1936 c193 8,355 32,54 4,722 41,761 1,015 2,,498 3, d 1570 92.0 45.1 4. 41.
1,505 1,292 45 1,437 06 45 1,155 33 60.4 35.? 4.8 37.2 46.3 1937 Chicago Great Western---- -..............1937 1,505 8,201 261 9,019 2,975 264 7167 146 79. 330
1,1 ,8 4 ,2 2o0 ]3. 7213 hcg ra etr_................. 1936 71,755 1 76. 41.54.0
1,513 1,363 47 1,528 40 42 1,035 197 68.0 27.5 40.4 33.6 49.5 1936 1936 1,513 7,475 277 6,316 2,54 241 6,517 267 78. 30.651.3
11,113 7,266 756 8,990 3,591 456 7,602 2,000 84.6 39.9 47.2 37.6 44.' 1937 Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific.... 1937 11,115 42,725 3,713 51,680 18,515 2,716 42,465 4,362 62.2 35. 3.6 9.6 4.2
11,129 7,643 676 9,180 3,925 447 7,642 317 83.2 42. 51.4 34.2 41.1 1936 1936 11,128 42,330 3,227 50,259 18,159 .2,689 41,178 2,123 81.9 36.1 4.1 39.5" 4.2
1,648 1,204 17 1,42 712 50 1,462 107 9.7 .7 4. 44 193 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis Onaha- 1937 1,648 6,798 778 8,166 2,4o0 297 7,693 52 94.2 34.8 6.9 51.1 542
,64g 1,70 146 1,631 445 50 1,204 220 73.6 27.3 37.0 39 53 193 196 16 7,095 725 ,42 2,535 29 47 d 8.3 14. 1 50.2
8,093 7,634 44 9,120 2,411 303 5,404 3,805 59.2 26.4 44.6 27.7 46.8 1937 Great Northern.....--..-..........................-..1937 8,093 35,133 2,289 41,208 12,192 1,12 29,283 8,74O 71.1 29.6 41.6 34.8 49.O
A,176 7:068 V95 8,O303 8 302 2 2 2462596..4 28.1 3. 0.
,176 7,068 95 ,30 2,1 02 4,915 2,571 59.2 26.3 44.5 27.1 45.8 193 1936 8,238 31,452 2,246 36,887 10,383 1,843 26,351 6,909 71.4 2.1 9.4 36.1 50.5
4,301 1,911 147 2,266 649 60 1,88 492 83.8 37.5 44.7 3 9-2 46.8 19317 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 1937 4,301 11,218 578 12,12816 4,316 591 10,815 8022 -4.4 33.7 39.9 4.1 510
4,297 2,110 133 2,433 749 101 1,76V4 347 72.5 30.6 42.4 34.6 47.6 1936 1936 14,297 10,721 531 12,208 3,962 612 10,218 302 63.7 32.5 36.6 43.0 51.4
6,727 4,465 520 5,468 2,163 26 14,578 1,614 83.7 39.6 4. 35.0 41.9 1937 Northern Pacific.-........--- ..----....-...-...... 1937 6,727 25,634 2,103 30,400 10,936 1,610 25,849 4,259 85.0 36.0 42.3 391 46.0
6,727 4,039 ,41 4,956 1,823 261 4,125 545 83. 2 36.8 44.2 35.9 43.1 1936 1936 6,727 21,886 1,805 26,204 9,792 1,565 23,463 1,455 89.5 37.4 41.7 40.9 45.7
Central Western Region:
956 947 205 1,346 493 29 1,128 9 d 62 83. 36.6 43.7 39.0 46.6 1937 Alton............................................................. 197 956 5,43 1,157 8,144 2,285 176 6,105 409 75.0 28.1 37.4 51.1
956 993 169 1,327 466 29 1,069 ~6 80.6 35.3 43.8 37.4 46.4 1936 1936 956 5,522 966 7.525 2,359 170 6,029 d 4 860.1 31.3 39.1 40.2 50.2
13,5622 10,79 1, 13,2897 5,131 947 10,149 1,787 79.6 39.4 49.5 35.0 44.0 1937 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe a/--...----.-....... 1937 13,479 65,927 ,56 1,05 1,009 5,61 66,67 8,955 82.2 .2 66.5 7. 45.4
13,228 10,793 1,31 13,297 5,131 94 1,498 1,77 7.9 38.6 48.9 3. 42.6196 1936 13,234 56,110 7,186 69.497 28,458 5,674 59,540 3,735 85.7 40.9 47.8 37.3 4.5
86977 5,740 52 7,470 3,298 40o4 6,584 1,346 88.1 44.2 50.1 37.3 42.4 1937 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy........-........... 1937 8,977 37,302 4,201 46,501 15,762 2,407 36,876 4,758 79.3 33.9 42.7 37.5 47.
9,0o14 5,913 714 7,488 2,819 382 6,14 264 81.7 37.7 46. 3 5.5 43.4 1936 1936 9,014 35,764 3,561 43,963 14,494 2,295 34,655 3,222 78.8 33.0 41. 37.8 .0
7,517 5,553 615 6,69 2,75 338 5,830 1,31 87.1 40.9 46.9 39.0 44.8 1937 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific... ......... 19 7,525 ,29918 3,702 6,77 13,1440 2,0530 32,540 671 6.7886 1 41.3 42.5 47.9
73574 5,122 567 6,320 2:412 357 5,557 1 6 87 .9 9 44.5 9.4 44.s 19513 7,M 27,807 3,303 34,654 13,244 2,152 32,117 d 1.930 92.7 36.2 41.2 14.3 47.6
2,576 1,720 139 1,977 1,346 95 2,14o 64 108.2 68.1 62. : 6.4 35 .61937 Denver & Rio Grande Western....... .........-1937 2,576 10,908 669- 12,204 6,32 573 11,723 96.1 .9 4. 7.4 .9
2,584 1,542 117 1,769 1,051 96 1,768 d 24o 100.0 59.4 591 4.1 1 1936 1936 254 9.766 620 10,94o 5,o6 578 9,628 .0 .1 52.4 4.7 39.5
8,765 12,507 2,338 16,312 4,276 540 11,757 2,399 72.1 26.2 36.4 38.2 53.0 1937 Southern Pacific Company b/....................... 1937 8,770 70,237 11,220 88,808 23,1777 3,205 68,621 9,343 77.3 26. 4.6 41.7 54.0
8,772 11,153 2,022 14,:240o 3,466 518 9,601 3,063 67.4 24.3 36.:1 34.9 51.8 1936 1936 8,772 55,661 9,771 70,873 19,668 3,102 53,830 8,260 76.0 27.8 36.5 36.6 50.8
9,911 9,621 1,802 12,692 4,473 560 9.888 1,191 77.9 35.2 45.2 32. 42.1 1937 Union Pacific...............................................1937 9,916 60,667 7,795 75,158 25,619 3,352 5,983 5,32 78.5 34.1 4.4 5.1 44.7
9,828 9,029 1,555 11,712 3,451 533 8,262 1,798 70.5 29.5 41.8 30.7 43.5 1919361936 9,827 53,575 b,323 65,681 22,255 3,182 51,340 4,965 78.2 33.9 43.3 34.2 43.8
Southwestern Region:
3,294 2,371 220 2,864 711 99 1,965 475 68.6 24.8 6. 2 34.7 0.5 193 issouri-Kansas-Texas Line 193 3,294 12,705 1,124 15,276 4,167 592 11,495 1,627 75.3 27.3 63 37.4 49.7
3,294 2,121 208 2,567 832 107 1,976 14 77.0 32.4 42.1 34.0 4.2 193- 1936 3,294 12,114 1,025 14,508 4,662 602 11,451 776 76.9 32.1 40.7 36.1 45.7
7,171 5,934 4441 7,045 2,620 316 5,692 430 80.869 37.2 46.0 36.2 44.8 1937 Missouri Pacific.......... .............-- 1937- 7,7171 38,6965 2,689 1,45,110 114,804 2,0890 3 O4,982 44,19 77.5 32. 42.3 37.3 4.1
7,229 6,111 423 7,139 2,493 349 5,488 717 76.9 34.9 45.4 34.? 44.5 1936 1936 7,229 35,653 2,214 41,422 13,937 2,101 32,540 3,449 76.6 33.6 14.6 37.2 47.3
4,927 3,898 311 4,542 1,636 262 3,491 72 76.9 36.0 46.9 34.4 44.7 1937 St. Louis-San Francisco -................---- 1937 4,927 20,668 1,10 2460 9,116 1,572 20,295 2,413 82.2 36.9 4.9 .1 46.
4,928 3,314 325 3,975 1,536 269 3,272 356 82.3 38.6 46.9 35.8 43.5 1936 1936 4,928 18,455 1,508 21,947 6,669 1,615 18,618 1,688 84.8 39.5 46.6 37.4 4.1
1,750 1,536 26 1,636 .71 1
1750 1,53672 25 1,658 50 1,639 81.8 36.5 144.7 35.7 4.7 137 St. Louis Southwestern Lines........... 1937 1,750 10,061 16o 10,664 3,630 301 8,038 61 75.4 4.0 45.2 32.5 .1
1784 1,572 25 165 61 50 111 7 67.0 27.8 41.5 30.0 44. 16 1936 1,784 8,788 104 9,228 2,461 303 6,190 1,570 67.1 26.7 9.8 30.9 46.1
4,421 3,114 338 3,762 1,338 12 3,05 106 81.3 56.8 45.? 35.4 43.5 1937 Texas & New Orleans........................................193 4.426 20,167 1,750 23,670 7,.73 79 17,820 2,% 75. 3 44 72
4,430 2,740 321 3.327 1,176 14 2,663 255 80.0 35.3 .2 33.7 42.1 193 1936 4,430 16,316 1,537 19,3 o,523 15,248 1,5 7M 37
1,948 2,150 254 2,613 757 97 1,765 5235 67.5 29.0 429 30.6 45. 14 1931 Texas & Pacific....-------...............-.......... 193 1,98 12,705 122 15,139 4,278 5 101479 2,3905 67.0 2.3 2.2 30. .
1,950 1,6 257 2,262 682 98 1.5918 365 70.6 30.1 42.71 30.7 43.5 19361936 1,950 10,735 1,149 12,940 9 3,20 584 9,039 2.590 69.9 29.5 142.3 30.6
S"Net railway operating .Income" Is derived from 'Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents' and "Joint facility rent."
Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe; also Ft. Worth & Rio Grande (lessor to Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe) for periods subsequent to March 1,1937.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Deficit or other reverse items.
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