Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
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Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
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Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
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Issued Sept. 1927-Apr. 1942 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics; May 1942-Nov. 1956 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
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Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
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"Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
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Title from caption.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA UNIV. OF FL L .
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DOCUMENTS DEF'n
Subject to revision 3 1262 08730 9273 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION ..a..1-O
BUREAU OF STATISTICS MARCH, 1938

U.S. DEPOSITOSY

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 MARCH, 1938 AND 1937 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH, 1938 AND 1937

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 Miles Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway ating of a ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles ation in- oper- ratio
f road Passen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- 0per- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Operoperated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income cent) ating ating ating ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating eating eating at close Fegt gr Ttl sit- i r- Ttl icm et tn tn tn tn
ofmonth nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex- reve- excolumn 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) (a) (t (u) I (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (as)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

200,555 $199,20 28,903 $250,9814 $79:572 15,218 204,114 $11668 81.3 1.7 9.0 41.7 1:3 1938 Total-Roads listed herein ...... ........ 1938 200,638 $565,120 $93,0141 $721,913 $232,539 $ ,347 $603,686 $14,101 8.6 32.2 343.1 1:.6
201,285 277,789 32,505 336,846 98,774 1,790 238,950 61:496 70.9 29.3 1.3 34.9 2 1937 New glandRgio: 1937 201,106 748,747 98,138 919,2 277 9 118 685:698 128,749 74.6.2 a 37.1 New England Region:
1,960 2,330 548 3,363 1,005 135 2,743 1 981.6 29.9 36.7 44-7 5 4.91938 Boston & Maine.............................-1938 1,960 6,480 1,757 9,574 2,916 405 8,0974 14 84.6 30.5 36.0 47.0 55.6
1,959 3,233 582 4,426 1,133 133 2,988 954 67.5 25.6 37.9 36.2 53.6 1937 1937 1,965 8,628 1,800 12,077 3,173 399 8,467 70.1 26.3 37.5 37.6 53.6
11959 323 2 4 i .33 1 335 2,989 95 7 702 15. -33 37-5k NwHvn &2068736
2,02 209 2,033 5,926 1,854 281 4,985 1 4.1 31.3 37.2 45.2 53.7 1938 New York. New Haven, & Hartford....... ---------- 1938 2,026 8,743 6,386 17,020 5,207 8143 14,373 814.4 30.6 36.2 4.4 53.8
2,034 4,336 2,065 7,233 1,903 286 5,183 71.7 26.3 36.7 37.7 52.6 1937 1937 2,033 11,765 6,233 20,255 5,360 857 14,729 72.7 26.5 36.4 379 521 Great Lakes Region:
831 1,1454 86 1,622 4 24 87 1,334 132 82.3 26.2 31.8 46.7 56. 1938 Delaware & Hudson...---................---------------------.................. 1938 831 4,435 288 4,945 1,1479 262 4,255 219 86.1 29.9 .7 46.6 54.2
831 2245 99 2,430 745 89 1,771 493 729 30.7 42.3 34.6 47.4 937 1937 831 5,960 293 6488 2,132 267 5,049 951 77.8 32.9 4.2 36.5 .9
9S6 2,87 ~02 3,776 814 205 2,954 368 78.2 21.5 27.5 49.8 63.6 1938 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western.... ... ----------- 1938 986 7,626 1,612 10, 467 2,1401 619 8,650 469 82.6 22.9 27.8 2.6 63.6
85 353 87 ,17 1,121 211 3,398 02 73.6 24.3 33.0 42.6 57.9 1937 1937 985 9,358 1,698 12,427 3,096 632 9,682 1,524 77.9 24.9 32.0 7 58.6
22 46 78 492 1,844 31 460 1 33.6 39.4 149 51.5 1938 Erie (including Chicago & Erie)---------- 1938 2,275 13,365 1,167 15,722 5,081 946 134513 269 5
2,28 6,865 32 78 1,964 318 5,173 1,89 6.8 25.0 38.0 3 7 527 1937 1937 2,284 1,227 21,370 5,501 1,96 68.8 2.3 37.6 52 ,57 5,173 i 1S,671 370 5,501 954 25.7 7.91 3 13 52.8
1,032 1290 61 1, 452 558 93 1,4 64 4 216 100.9 38.4 38.1 54.2 5.7 1938 Grand Trunk Western ------------------- 1938 1,032 3,605 234 147 1,562 282 4,193 622 101.1 37.7 37. 54.8 54.2
1,o32 2,418 68 2,651 637 84 1,685 63.6 24.0 37.8 34.7 5 .6 1937 1937 1,o32 5,698 238 6388 1,728 256 4,617 91 72.3 27.0 37.4 39.4 54.4
1,30 2,1 16 26 389 181925
1,308 2,917 161 :3,296 81 2,679 112 81.3 26.0 32.0 147.9 59.0 1938 Lehigh Valley . -------------- --- -.. 1938 1,308 8,797 552 9,992 2,494 548 8,07 399 80.8 2 5.0 60.
1,322 4,131 2142 46 1, 189 3,205 944 69.0 23.14 33-8 39.5 57.2 1937 1937 1,322 11,231 676 12,639 3,189 570 9,34 1,730 74.1 25.2 3416.
11,00 16,656 4,381 24,202 7,901 1,338 20,304 d Z 83.9 32.6 3S.9 43.7 52.1 1938 New York Central a/---- ------------ 1938 11,080 47,032 14,703 70,058 22,453 4,15 59, 761 7 85.3 32.0 37.6 145.3 53.1
11,219 26,291 5,002 34,833 10,090 1,337 24,599 ,L 470.6 29.0 41.0 35.7 50.6 1937 1937 11,215 69,oo000o 15,430 94,025 28,181 4,ooo 69,860 314 74-3 30. 40.3 37.7 50.8
1,704 2,768 53 2,923 798 1141 2,244 196 76.8 24:.3 35.5 40.9 53.3 1938 New York. Chicago & St. Louis---- --------- 1938 1,7I04 7,980 197 8,a474 2,358 426 6,59 4 77-8 4- 35.8 1.6 53.
1,705 3,920 63 4,103 1,010 136 2,542 958 61.9 2.6 39.7 31.1 50.3 1937 1937 1,705 10,932 190 11,454 2,829 405 7,253 2, 63.3 39.0 32.0 50.6
2,115 1,852 60 2,023 775 219 1,829 d 6 90. 4 38.3 42.4 144.2 48.8 1938 Pere Marquette. ------------------------- 1938 2,115 5,219 220 5,722 2,340 657 5,452 95.3 0.9 42.9 146.1 14.14
2,115 3,1 514 3,357 937 213 2,209 65.8 27.9 142.4 33.1 50.3 1937 1937 2,115 7,45 2014 8,090 2,5814 639 ,021 30 74.14 31.9 42.9 36.5 9.1
233 955 42 1,047 1457 187 1,009 ~ 96.4 143.5 45.2 42.2 14.8 1938 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie -------........................--------- 1938 233 2,500 139 2,777 1,351 562 3,018 l 24 10s7 48.6 44.8 48.1 44.3
234 2,095 63 2,232 1,005 143 1,755 468 78.6 45.0 57.3 28.4 36.2 1937 1937 234 5,805 179 6,179 2,782 428 5,045 81.7 45.0 55.2 31.1 381
27 12:861 2,728 719 14:7 31.3 :o :7 3aba __ ...............147.8 b.h............----------------------- 1938 2,4 7,995 576 9,242 2,940 538 8,1 7 62 88.5 31.8 :53.
2 4074 166 4:521Central E stern Region: 1937 2, 7 10,910 594 12,253 3,582 531 8,9 73.0 29.2 3: .
Central Eastern Region:
6,447 057 744 10,549 426 611 8,868 421 84.1 32.5 8.6 42.7 0.8 1938 Baltimore & Ohio .... ..................... 1938 6,447 25,972 2,455 30,501 o,690 1,831 26,987 88.5 35.0 39.6 44.3 50.1
6,471 11:219 776 15,912 4,901 603 11,231 3,242 70.6 30.8 43.6 32.8 6.51937 1937 6,471 38,376 2,4so 43,256 13,357 1,807 31,694 3.3 30.9 42.1 35.0 147.7
709 1 69 32? 2,462 07 119 1,8 01 3.1 20.6 28.2 4 6.8 64.0 1938 Central of New Jersey ----------1938 709 5614 1,01 4 7,078 1,535 355 5,294 164 74.8 21.7 2. 47.2 63.1
681 2, 13 35 2,949 63 119 1,992 34 75 22.5 33.3 39.7 58.9 1937 1937 681 6,394 1,042 7,933 2,014 363 5,806 504 73.2 25.4 3.7 42.0 57.3
927 973 103 1 223 31 52 18 80.9 287 35.5 42.1 52.0 1938 Chicago & Eastern Illinois---------------.......................... 1938 927 2,829 381 ,614 1,057 1 2,7 81.5 35.9

5389 7 58 1. 31.0 53.5 1937 197 435 5,337 6,030 1,657 221 37.9 14.7 52.6 il 2,7l 2,7l 5833 7 ",39o5i ld:! 58Ol8:? 111 I7:9 52:2 t9l Elgin, Joliet & Eastern............................. 1,6 3 ,312,7 67 5 2399.1 279 D. 5.
96 3 1 11 5,74 1 7 3 l 86.2 27.7 32.1 ;6: 5.2 I938 lan --coast--Lin.1938 9 2 .o 7 3 ~0 ,06 20 12 ~ ~ ~ Z ~ 860 3. 3. i 6 560. 1938 Long-----n------------------- ----- --- ---- --1937 394 1.379 3,1420 5,028 1,1431 293 4:4 ____8: 25 3:
39 ,0 2,005 612 98 1 724 9- 6.0 0.5 35.5 1 971937 397 1,597 3,816 :8 1,916 293 5 a2. ig
106 20,819 5,125 28,919 8,147 2 126 21,500 3468 743 28.2 7.. 3 .6 3-2 1938 Pennsylvania. ..........19 ...9 ----3 --6.o.......1937 l,1 3o6 10,393 1116 3o5. 82, 4 24,.3617 5
10,316 31,391 5,858 40,707 12,9982 7l 1938 10 75,30651 1,67 8,9 6,63 6129 65,06 7,15 78.4 29.7 47.1 417 53.1
1 2 .5 26 2 ,o 12 2,1 36 92 6 3 3 9 5 191 9 37 10 3 1 3 87 ,5 13 1 7 69 6 11 4 9 8 37 ,889 6 0 7 7 ,3 47 1 7 ,873 7 6 .2 33 0 43. 3 3 0 47 3







0: :o3 :6 5 :6 SouthR e min ........ ....... ..
:1452 3,532 262 5,925 1,06 262 3,131 ,71689 1.92 26.6 3.O 6 55.6 1937----------------------- ------------------------- 1938 1 452 10,178 818 1159 244 782 9,342 1,581 80.7 28.0 34.7 67
5,396 329 1,7 257 Pocahontas Region: 1937 1:453 114,395 942 16:o1 :007 777 10,745 ,878 67.1 25.0 37.3 36.5 5141
3,102 7,113 208 7,582 2,765 693 5,502 1,247 72,6 36.5 5.3 29.3 40.3 1938 Chesapeake & Ohio ------------------------------------38 3,102 22,079 683 23,177 8,010 2,078 16,209 1,7 69.0 3.1 1.1 28.1 11.2
3,106 12,433 258 13,099 3,375 3 6,762 5,O61 51.6 25.8 19.9 21.3 41.3 1937 1937 3,106 30,901 705 32,626 9,137 2,053 18,34 10,587 56.2 28, 23.1 11.0
2,200 5,199 136 5,551 2,053 415 3,97 824 72 0 37 0 51.4 29.0 40 3 1938 Norfolk & W western - 5------------------------193 8 2,20 0 1 15 16 9 85 2 15 1 1,75 0 2, 8 7 6.. 29.0 140.5
2,203 8,658 173 9,101 2,233 390 1,61 3,755 49.0 214.5 50.1 20. 148 193 20 1 204' 66o1645 1:16550 222 14 364 5.
.5 41-8 1937 Southern Region: 1937 2,2 23N 520 24,253 25 13,132 9:492 54.1 274 50.2 5,105 3,599 1,088 5,183 1,256 171 3,475 91o 67.1 24.2 36.1 35.9 53.5 1938 Atlantic Coast Line ..................... ....................9, 3,177 1,518 3,519 55 9,859 1,5 9 26. 3.7 38. 52.6
5.102 3,683 1,181 5,385 1,200 170 3,332 1,193 61.9 22,3 36.0 32.8 53.1 1937 1937 5,102 10,039 3,332 11, 861 3,555 512 9,831 2,735 62 23.9 3.2
1927 1,06 10 1,357 436 71 1,164 52 858 321 L74 43.5 : 1938 Central of org ...........................................
1,927 1,14141 1214 1,755 522 66 1,292 309 73.7 29.8 0,4 35.7 1937 ofGoga-----------1938 1,927 2,818 366 3679 1,218 214 3,347 d 6 91.0 33.1 36.14 66 5.
1,2 ,l 1 175 52 122 ]9 7. 98 3. 971937 1,927 3,581 387 14,1471 1,393 196 3,571 14579.9 31.2 39.0 39.1 4.
S91 ,1 763 7478 2,121 5145 640 1,018 75 4 2. 3 .6 4o.2 53.3 1938 Illinois Central ............................................... 1937 1,97 :81 37 71 196 1 9 12 39
4 96 7 ,1 9 6.01 19 1------------------------------45 17,960 2,17 22,133 6,221 1,612 16.89 2897.,8, 69 110 5,
14,7 :91 959 9:475 2.1445 527o 1,856 70.8 25.8 3 5 37-9 53-5 9937 37 1,6 069216 1,7 ,48 15 961 2,1499 78,8 29.8 37.89 4.0 5.
4,938 5,05 496 6,032 2,069 360 : 30 83.8 3-3 1 .9 141. 4: 19318 Louisville & Nashville-------------------1938 14,938 15,351 1,675 18,0 7,63 1,076 151414 1,181..814..0 35.1 14.8.1 0.7..5
14,14 7807 59 89886 ,8 19 604 ,0 6. 87 127 3.13 1937 14:9k3 18,930 1,702 22,144 7,206 1,051 16,655 3,868 75.2 32.5 143.3 356 14.
4,318 2,989 635 1 033 1,185 170 3,078 428 76: 29.1 38.5 36.9 9.4 1938 Seaboard Air Line------------------------1938 1,318 8,117 1,967 11,214 3,-1--1-50 8,953 73 98
4,3027.2 39.2 33.14 148.1 1937 1937 4,308 9,205 1,977 12,389 3,558 1 1 71
6,611 6,0019 2681 9,51 2,687 2 2 2 2,M 154 27 412.6 32.6 :. 1937 .--,.....................-1938, 6,611 169 2,183 20,877 6,686 767 16'5 3 1,3145 79.2 32.0 140.4 14.2 50.8


Deficit or other reverse items.97 553 7,733 7 180 5 7 3 29


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2148 32.1 145.14 58.7 198 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley--------13 16.00.,395 783138.,1468...231.3.7.12.7 58.
1,619 19267047 7 Z1 89 361 58-3 193 93 1 69 2,g73 213,9 9 324"2'1 1:43: 3
1,1 1,21 1,10 27- 05. 75 27. 18 9 S7a89 231 1
_______ 7 1,179 7~ 99 .~ 307 3.14 58.1971937 1,619 3, 22 1 4 3,7 901 121 2,672 5. 189 2. 3. 81 5.

4"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "-Joint facility rent."
V Includes Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
/Deficit or other reverse items.
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Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION MARCH, 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 MARCH, 1938 AND 1937 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH, 1938 AND 1937

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 Miles Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway ating of road ation in- oper- ratio Region. road, and year miles ation in- oper- ratio operated Passen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Operat close Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating eating eating eating ofmonth nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex- reve- excolumn nues penses nues penses column nuas penises nues penises

(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) () (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:
8391 $4,726 $773 $6,176 $2 o5 421 $52783 d $444 93.6 38.1 40.6 47.6 50.9 1938 Chicago & North Western... ............ 1938 8,391 $13,02 $:3 $17,787 7,040 $1,271 $17,318 97.4 39.6 40.7 .4 0.8
5,714 794 7,297 2685 413 6,244 85.6 36.8 43.o 41.5 48-5 1937 1937 8,404 15429 25 20,152 7,712 1241 18,280 90.7 38.3 42.2 .5 .1
1,505 1,296 35 1,425 494 45 1,194 d 44 83.8 34.7 41.4 41.2 49.2 1938 Chicago Great Western ..--.. ....................... 1938 1,505 3,623 114 4,013 1,405 134 3521 35. 39.9 44.3 50.5
1,505 1,521 49 1,666 516 44 1,234 7 4.1 31.0 41.8 36.3 49.0 1937 1937 1,505 4,179 141 4,596 1,489 131 3,659 73 79.6 32.4 40.7 39.8 50.0
10,961 6,573 532 7,820 2,609 478 6,507 228 83.2 33.4 40.1 42.2 0.7 1938 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific...1938 10,963 18,379 1,736 22,221 7,201 1,422 18,792 102 84.6 32.4 38.3 44.1 52.2
11,115 7,681 11 9,157 2,932 452 7,028 1,049 76.8 32.0 41.7 38.2 49.8 1937 1937 11,115 21,325 1,773 25,486 7,918 1,350 20,126 1,999 79.0 31.1 39.3 41.1 52.0
1,648 1,055 105 1,246 298 49 1,064 d 22 85.4 24.0 28.0 52.8 61.9 1938 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & 0maha._1938 1,648 3,135 339 3,724 1,01o9 147 3,357 2 90.2 27.4 30.3 54.1 6.
1,648 1,166 124 1,387 418 49 1,219 87.9 30.2 34.3 49.3 56.1 1937 1937 1,648 3,277 386 3,932 1,171 1489 3,755 95.5 29.8 31.2 56.8 59.5
8,071 4,417 294 5,094 1,587 310 4,223 d 38 82.9 31.2 37.6 43.3 52.2 1938 Great Northern...---.-..-.-.....-------------------------.. -.. 1938 8,071 11,613 955 13,808 4,621 931 12,478 116 90.4 33.5 37.0 47.4 525
8,093 5,057 354 5,926 1,912 302 4,654 d 78.5 32.3 41.1 38.8 49.3 1937 1937 8,093 13,646 1,042 16.151 5,327 905 13,721 85.0 33.0 38.8 43.7 51.5
4,0297 1,95630 267 2,19854 65~ 103 1,726 d80 12931 2934.8 37-4 0.4 54.1 1937 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Mariel937 4,300 4,411 218 5,087 1,890 307 5,134 6 a oo.9 37.1 36.7 54.3 4,301 1,953 92 2,195 655 1o3 1,762 80.2 29.8 37.1 2.7 53.2 1937 1937 4,301 5,106 266 5,797 1,999 39 5,301 91.4 34.5 37.7 5 53.0
6,721 ,553 257 4,239 1,432 282 3,768 209 88.9 33.8 38.0 44.3 49.8 1938 Northern Pacific ........------------------.................-----1938 6,721 9,501 841 11,487 4,252 847 11 ,063 96.3 37.0 38.4 47.7 49.6
6,727 4:732 319 5,523 1,706 268 4,259 1,07? 77.] 30.9 0O.3 36.9 47.8 1937 1937 6,727 12,343 946 14,589 4,771 805 12,465 85.5 32.7 38.3 42.5 .7 Central Western Region:
957 826 190 1,199 355 30 1,036 d 91 86.4 29.6 34.2 47.3 54.7 1938 Alton............................ ........................---------------------------------.-1938 957 2,462 615 3,592 991 91 2,992 168 83.3 27.6 331 45.7 54.
956 1,062 178 1,434 345 29 1,009 191 70.3 24.0 34.2 38.2 54.3 1937 1937 956 2,954 570 4,074 916 88 2,823 69.3 22.5 32.4 38.1 55.0
13,512 8,992 1,166 11.186 4,693 992 10,378 d 21 92.8 42.0 45.2 43.0 46.4 1938 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe a/ ...............1938 13,512 25,686 3,757 32,364 14,109 2,957 30,947 2 64 95.6 43.6 4.6 44.O 46.0
13,578 11,220 1,273 13,712 4,950 935 10,860 T T53T 79.? 36.1 45.6 36.5 46.0 1937 1937 13,397 31,562 4,050 38,865 13,636 2,s806 31,177 80.2 35.1 437 38.1 47.5
8,970 5,627 571 7,008os 1,994 421 5,379 538 76.7 28.4 37.1 40.2 52.4 1938 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy-----------............- 1938 8,970 15,910 1,946 20,167 6,249 1,258 16,361 450 81.1 31.0 38.2 42.0 517
8,977 7,224 626 8,721 2,255 396 5,925 1,705 67.9 25.9 38 -1 35.0 51-5 1937 1937 8,977 19,755 1,989 24,134 6,558 1,198 17,520 3,330 72.6 27.2 37.4 37.6 51.8
7,496 5,oO 585 6,os088 1,865 346 5,055 217 83.0 30.6 36.9 42.9 51.7 1938 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific.........------------------- 1938 7,497 13,553 1,864 16,894 5,269 1,038 14,791 d 28 87.5 31.2 35.6 46.O 52.5
7,533 5,354 648 6,556 2,131 338 5,384 392 82.1 32.5 39.6 40.2 48.9 1937 1937 7,533 14,574 1,949 18,064 5,716 1,019 15,472 85.7 31.6 36-9 43.7 51.
2,570 51,7 30. 3 1,446.8 ,76 10 7
2570 1,470 i11 1,668 659 100 1,471 d 80 89.2 9.5 44.8 39.9 45.2 1938 Denver & Rio Grande Western ......................... 1938 2,570 4, 08 290 4,861 1,874 300 4,337 d 2 89.2 38.5 432 41.8 6.8
2,576 1,907 118 2,133 1,023 95 1,938 90.9 48.0 52.8 35.7 39.3 1937 1937 2,576 5,605 293 6,201 2,521 287 5,394 87. 40.8 46.9 38.8 44.6
8,707 9,465 1,639 12,200 3,869 559 10,735 d 433 8s.O0 31.7 36.0 46.6 52.9 1938 Southern Pacific Company ..--..........._ 1938 8,724 26,079 5,083 34,301 10,887 1,672 30,561 d 1 8 89.1 31.7 35.6 47.2 52.9
8,772 12,334 1,755 15,281 4,055 532 11,775 17 77.1 26.5 34.4 41.8 54.3 1937 1937 8,772 35,202 5,391 43,931 11,341 1,583 33,712 76.7 25.8 33.6 42.1 54.9
9,912 8,301 1,019 10,258 2,973 615 7,823 669 76.3 29.0 38.0 37.7 49,4 1938 Union Pacific ...............--- ........................1938 9,912 241574 3,30 4 30,282 8,124 1,854 22,754 2,082 75.1 26.8 35.7 38.4
9,918 11,311 1,199 13,624 4,453 549 10,047 1,832 73.7 32.7 44.3 32.6 14.2 1937 1937 9,918 31,4 3,439 37,672 11,856 1,653 29,007 3,395 77.0 31.5 40.9 36.5 Southwestern Region:
3,294 1,860 156 2,259 715 109 1,909 d 6 84.5 31.7 37.-5 41. 49.2 1938 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines......- -.............. 1938~ 3,294 5344 495 6,499 2,044 327 5,594 4 86.1 31.5 36.5 43.2 50.1
3,294 2,304 171 2,729 739 99 1,967 ___ 72.1 27.1 37.6 35.4 49.2 1937 1937 3,294 6,o082 535 7,301 1,946 29 5,574 76.4 26.7 34.9 38.7 50.7
7,175 5,623 373 6,584 2,416 368 5,508 214 83.7 36.7 43.9 39.1 46.8 1938 Missouri Pacific........-------..............-------........ 1938 7,175 16,112 1,249 19,100 6,364 1,103 15,796 648 82.7 33.3 40.3 41.2 49.8
7,171 7,381 437 8,445 2,662 363 6,217 1,154 73.6 31.5 42.8 35.4 48.0 1937 1937 7,171 20,429 1,381 23.589 7,051 1,092 17,644 2,814 74.8 29.9 40.0 37.7 50.4
4,885 2,996 232 ,548 1,409 260 3,154 39 88.9 39.7 44.7 41.0 46.1 1938 St. Louis-San Francisco------------------.-- ----.1938 4,885 8,273 788 9,973 4,226 781 9,504 d 6 6 95.3 42.4 44.5 43.7 45.8
4,927 3,595 292 ,265 1,:548 263 3,448 508 so0.8 36.3 44.9 37.9 46.8 1937 1937 4,927 10,303 917 12,363 4,487 787 10,151 82.1 36.3 44.2 38.7 47.2
1,706 1,516 20 1,600 423 52 1,140 181 71.3 26.4 37.1 35.0 49.1 1938 St. Louis Southwestern Lines...........--- ---------1938 1,760 4,262 65 4,511 1,224 156 3,410 290 75.6 27.1 5.9 38.1
1,750 1,886 26 1,984 633 50 1,398 304 70.5 31.9 45.3 30.6 43.4 1937 1937 1,750 5,0os3 83 5,3o80 1,731 151 3,943 571 73.3 32.2 3-9 32.3
4,421 3,008 249 3,549 1,196 135 2,821 208 79.5 33.7 42.4 36.3 45.6 1938 Texas & New Orleans -.....................-----------1938 4,421 8,713 819 10,390 3,587 406 8,468 321 81.5 34.5 42.4 37.1 45.5
4,429 3,688 279 4,279 1,357 132 3,074 630 71.8 31.7 44.2 31 43.7 1937 1937 4,429 10,548 853 12,242 3,44 4oo 8,675 1,990 70.9 29.8 42.o 3.o 4.2
1,9 7 1,5 1 197 2 233 583 100oo 1,565 389 70.1 26.1 37.3 35.1 0.0 1938 Texas & Pacific................... .......................- 1938 1,937 5,167 604 6,298 1,704 298 4,517 896 71.7: 27.1 7.7 35.4 49;
1,98 2,2_6 211 1 2,649 750 97 1,772 55066.9 2.3 _2.3 3.3 5.3 1937 1937 1,948 6,162 616 7,310 2,056 292 4,975 1,399 6. 28.1 1.3 30.9 4.5
-Net. railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating Income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent." U.S.GOVENMTPRINTINGOFFIc:1938-0O-54715
/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe, also Fort Worth & Rio Grande (lessor to Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe) for period subsequent to March 1, 1937.
I/ ncludes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
SDeficit or other reverse Items.
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