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3 1262 08730 9562 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION St.ement.No. M-1S0
JANUARY, 1938
BUREAU OF STATISTICS



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, 1938 AND 1937


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


Total-Roads listed herein................................. 1938
1937
New England Region:
Boston & Maine-. ................................... 1938
1937
New York. New Haven. & Hartford.....-....1938
1937


200,627
200,976
1,960
1,976
2,028
2,033
831
831
986
985
2,275
2,28Z
1,032
1,032
1,308
1,322
11,080
11,222
1,70o4
1,705
2,115
2,115
23

2 434
2,447
6, 447
6,:471
709
681
927
931
435
435
394
397
10,306
10,308
1, 452
1,:456
3,104
3,106
2,200
2,205
5,105
5,102
1,927
1,927
4,951
4:967
4,938
4,944

4,318
4,308
6,611
6,640
1,619
1,619


$191,943
237,862
2,162
2,799
2,856
3,852
1,616
1,938
2,545
3,058
4,690
6,031
1,2014
1,583
3,219
3,662
15,773
21,091
2,670
3,527
1,732
2,033
800
1,886
2,01
3,453
9,226
12,220
2,022
2,107
910
1,166
874
1,580
441
523
19,455
28,295



8,031
8,614
5,300
7,118
2,684
3,184
856
1,073
6,346
6,344
5,494
5, 684

2,579
2,99.
5,48
6,466
1,O045
1,119


8248,398 178,607 815,098 207,590
296,272 90,165 14,698 227,918


$35,o01
35,045
634
620
2,318
2,137
113
101
612
585
425
417
99
93
217
230
5,886
5,789
90
74
94
84


230

223
971
909
362
352
158
132



1,229
1:294
6,284
6, 1480
299
317
284
264
192
193
906
956
142
137
890
850
6U2
565
694
663

873
955
79
87


973
1,032
1,783
1,763
642
700
846
1,008
1,515
1,778
510
539
849
1,101
7,312
8,841
818
953
774
814
461
900

1,11
3,666
4,190

5J2
711
367
379

556
491
661
8,820
12,918
1, 114
1, 410
2,676
2,827
2,0 40
2,306
1,162
1,258


3.250
3. 934
5,12
,707
1 90?
2,121
.562
,094

5.506
,909
1,421
1,836
665

24,386
29,903
2,866
3,709
1,921
2,254
898
2,002
3,164
3,926
10,892
13,867
2, 532
2, 613

95J

1,81!
1,745
1,897
28, 466
37,824
4o69
5,134
a,565
g,186

5,677
7,511




7,714

7;742
6,579
6,714
5,620
4,029
6,966
8,133
, 195
1,288


135
133
281
285
88
89
207
211
316
318
95
87
185
191
1,338
1,331
145
154
219
213

143
179
177
610
6o00
118
126

47
84
74
98
98
2,032
2, 0o14

227
260

686
415
387
167
171

12
5"
538
532

348
168
158
256
267
42
40


2,774
2,793
4,921
4,891
1,611
1,675
2,996
3,262
4,423
4:866
1,401
1,474
2,853
3,201
20,444
22,753
2,273
2:435
1,849
1,914
S1,066
1,676
2,804
2,862
9,299
10,274
1,840
1,991
1,016
1,052
813
1,305
1,512
1,768
22,992
29,521

3 198
3:662
5 ro6
5:676
4,014
4,411
3,278
3,398
1,105
1,163
2,861
,558
5,449
5,369
3,012
2,970

5,672
5,867

833
912


15,475
33,984
d 41
5-93-
d 174
6-98'
24
286
96
438
218
1,188



276
398
d 173
3,8 M
117
705
d 212

43T

d 229
519

297
2,021
157
113

31
158
27
268
d614
d 195
2,059
5,213
653
1,068
2,0o44
2,308
760
2,258
109
529


1,092
2 7

559
907
102
567
278
1,350
147
1414


83.6
76.9
85.4
71.0
84.7
72.9
89.4
78.9
84.1
79.7
80.4
70.4
98.6
80.3
77.9
77.5





96.3
84.9
118.7
83.7
88.6
72.9


72.7

81.1
76.2
al. 1
72.8
85. E
71.9
86.7
93.2
80.8
78.0
78.6
71.3
64.3
61.8
70.7
58.7
82.1
73.7
95.8
85.2

N4:?
82.8
80.0
83.2
73.7
81.4
72.3
69.7
70.8


31.6
)o. 14

30.7
29:9

26.3

35.6
33.0

N4:Z
27.5
25.7
35.9
29.3

25.7
30.0
29.6
28.5
25.7
140.3
4o.3
36.1

5:0







3U.
28:
33.7
30.2
21.0
27.2
,6:3
21.2
33.2
30.6
28.2
34.8
31.0
34.2
27.4
27.5
31.2
30.8

35.9
30.7
29.1
27.3
34.4
32.7
26.9
32.0
34.7
35.0
31.8
28.8

32.
31.
21.0
24.8


37.9
39.6
35.1
37.0
36.2
36.0

49.9
41.8
28.2
30.9
34.2
36.5
36.4
36.6


35.8
38.9
36.0
39.1
41.8
42.5

43.3
53.7
35.5
39.0

4. 8

28.9
35.7
36.1
36.0







34.8
38.5
48.6
49.8
50.8
52.3
35.5
37.0


35.7
37.7
41.8
43.7
38.3
39.1
49.6
43-1
30.2
34.9


43.7
38.8
48.2
38.3
45.3
38.1
44.5
37.2

4?:6

45.1
37.8



47.8
43-.8
145.8
39.4
42.4
33.2
47.6
41.5
54.5
32.9
47.8
37.3


46.0
42.9
42.1
37.8
46.3
37.5
55.9
52.5
42.6
36.6
45.8
38.1
27.1
25.0
29.0
23.1
43.2
38.0
49.9
42.0
41.6
43.6
40.3
37.2
40.0
35.4
42.0
35.3
41.9
38.1


U46
2,092

2,280
2, 349

i, 162

2,249
2,529
251
319


Great Lakes Region:
Delaware & Hudson.


-.-......-.............1938
1937


Delaware. Lackawanna & Western---........ ..-1938
1937
Erie (including Chicago & Erie)-...............1938
1937
Grand Trunk Western_ ------......... ...-...-..--1938
1937
Lehigh Valley --- .......- --.........1938
1937
New York Central a/_............----.........._...1938
1937
New York, Chicago & St. Louis.--....------.....- 1938
1937
Pere Marquette ..-...........................1938
1937
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie..... ........--......1938
1937
Wabash____.----.........-.......--..- .................1938
1937
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio ...---..------ --------............1938
1937
Central of New Jersey--...-------- ---------....1938
1937
Chicago & Eastern Illinois..--..--------..-....1938
1937


Elgin, Joliet & Eastern...............


....1938
1937


Long Island.-..-.......-............................ 1938
1937
Pennsylvania----...................------..-- .1938
1937
Reading-- -----.................-- ........ -------- .1938
1937
Pocahontas Region:1937
Chesapeake & Ohio......................... ............. ........1938
1937
Norfolk & Western-----.........--.....................1938
1937
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line. .....................-----.1938
1937
Central of Georgia.....---------------....... 1938
1937
Illinois Central............-- ..--- ...............----- 1938
1937
Louisville & Nashville...................................1938
1937
Seaboard Air Line...............................1938
1937
Southern.______.............................---.......1938
1937
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley.................... 1938
1937


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*"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."
! Includes Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
o/ Deficit or other reverse items.
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


JANUARY, 1938


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, 1938 AND 1937


Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
_______________ ____________________ expenses, expenses,
Miles Net Oper- percent of percent of
of road Depreoi- railway ating
Region, road, and year operated ation in- oper- ratio
at close Passen- All eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
of month 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---...---..------.---- 1938 8,391 $4,493 $951 $6,118 $2,454 $425 $6,023 d $780 98.4 40.1 40.7 49.7 50.5
1937 8,404 4,988 943 6,634 2,438 414 6,066 91.4 36.7 40.2 46.5 50.9
Chicago Great Western-----......---.. --------... -1938 1,505 1,221 45 1,36 457 1,195 107 87.4 33.4 38.2 45.6 52.2
1937 1,505 1,389 51 1,534 483 1,238 g-- 80.7 31.5 39.0 41.7 51.7
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific.... 1938 10,967 6,233 666 7,630 2,351 470 6,366 102 83.4 30.8 36.9 44.6 '53.5
1937 11,115 7,038 629 8,453 2,527 44 6,697 589 79.2 29.9 37.7 42.4 53.5
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha- 1938 1,648 1,115 129 1,3o 369 49 1,19 09 89.7 27.8 30.9 3:6 59.7
1937 1,648 1,107 4 1,341 378 49 1,314 98.0 28.2 28.7 10
Great Northern --..........--- -...----------1938 8,071 3,786 360 4,585 1,500 310 4,224 d 497 92.1 32.7 35.5 49.4 53.6
1937 8,093 4,582 364 5,444 1,7104 302 4,675 185 85.9 31.3 36.5 46.2 53.8
Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Mariel98 4,301 1,490 86 1,745 623 101 1,764 d 341 101.1 357 35.3 558 5Z2
,1937 4301 1,636 96 1,881 652 103 1,780 o 954.6 34.7 36.6 51.3 53
1938 0 ~
Northern Pacifico....---. .---------------------.1938 6,721 3,056 333 3,761 1,494 282 859 d 301 102.6 39.7 38.7 0.9 49.7
1937 6,727 3,842 337 4,612 1,396 268 4,045 397 87.7 30.3 34.5 6.6 53.1
Central Western Region:
Alton---- ...------------------ ---.-------..... 1938 9957 854 2224 1,252 315 31 1,007 d 22 80.4 25.2 31.3 45.1 56.1
1937 956 935 203 1,322 271 29 904 -15 68.4 20.5 30.0 38.8 56.8
Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe a/--------------1938 13,512 8,806 1,3-149 1,125 4,807 981 10,593 d 867 95.2 43.2 145.4 44.2 46.5
1937 13,250 10,492 1,467 12,962 4,425 936 10,506 1,16b 81.1 34.1 42.1 4o.O 49.3
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy-----------1938 8,970 5,399 747 6,922 2,229 419 5,729 32 82.8 32.2 38.9 42.4 51.2
1937 8,976 6,330 738 7,850 2,330 400 6,133 540 78.1 29.7 38.0 40.2 51.4
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific-....---------1938 7,498 4,399 689 5,594 1,707 346 4,997 14 89.3 30.5 34.2 48.1 53.9
1937 7,533 4.,575 689 9 5,786 1,776 341 5,130 1w 88.7 30.7 34.6 47.1 53.1
Denver & Rio Grande Western----...-------------1938 2,570 1,541 103 1,737 612 100 1,1496 d 28 86.1 35.3 40o.o 142.14 49.3
1937 2,576 1,905 96 2,095 746 96 1,761 ---9 84.0 35.6 42.4 14.1 48.9
Southern Pacific Company b/J.......---- -------1938 8,757 8,724 1,852 11,645 3,625 557 10,332 d 501 88.7 31.1 35.1 47.1 53.1
1937 8,772 12,006 1,899 14,987 3,672 524 11,335 2,692 75.6 24.5 32.4 42.3 56.0
Union Pacific-.--------------------------------------1938 9,912 8,319 1,279 10,581 2,665 618 7,891 768 74.6 25.2 33.8 39.4 52.8
1937 9,918 10,194 1,243 12,502 3,721 552 9,787 921 78.3 29.8 38.0 39.2 50.1
Southwestern Region:
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines--------------.... 1938 3,294 1,895 186 2,298 669 109 1,886 79 82.1 29.1 35.5 42.0 51.2
1937 294 1,943 197 2366 562 98 1,814 235 76.7 23.7 30.9 40.9 53.3
Missouri Pacific---- ----.--- ..-------- 1938 7,175 5,471 45 6,527 1,938 368 5,285 333 81.0 29.7 36.7 43.2 53.4
1937 7,171 6,483 494 7,555 2,210 364 5,838 743 77.3 29.3 37.9 40.3 52.2
St. Louis-San Francisco--------------------------1938 4,885 2,775 304 3,390 1,472 260 3,303 d 284 97.4 43.4 44.6 44.9 46.1
1937 4,927 3,332 338 4,08O 1,503 262 3,405 9 83.4 36.8 44.1 38.9 46.6
St. Louis Southwestern Lines....----.-------1938 1,706 ,1403 26 1,490 423 52 1,183 33 79.47- 28.1.4 35.7 140 0.7
1937 1,750 1,6o4 30 1,706 526 51 1,277 147 74.9 30.9 41.2 344 .0
Texas & New Orleans---------------------------1938 4,421 2,886 313 3,488 1,215 136 2,907 39 83.3 34.8 41.8 38.3 46.0
1937 4,429 3,537 299 4,112 1,131 134 2,860 803 69.5 27.5 39.5 32.9 47.4
Texas & Pacific--------------- ----------------------1938 1,937 1,720 224 2,118 598 99 1,542 259 72.8 28.2 38.7 35.2 48.4
1937 1,948 1,942 224 :;,346 674 98 1,654 392 70.5 28.7 40.8 32.3 45.8


* "Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by
SIncludes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and panhandle & Santa
periods subsequent to March 1, 1937.
/ Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Deficit or other reverse items.
(Over)


debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."
Fe; also Fort Worth & Rio Grands (lessor to Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe) for
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