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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
Numbering Peculiarities:
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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Subject to revision 3 1262 08730 97 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION s .

BUREAU OF STATISTICS MAY, 1938

U.S. DEPOTOW~
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, 1938 AND 1937 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1938 AND 1937
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transpor
expenses, expenses, expenses, expentse
NM e et per cent o Oper- percent of perenofe eenn
oM Depreci- railway ting A rage Depreci- railway ating
of road ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year iles ation in- oper- ratio
operated Passen- All eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- road Passe- All cluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper-
oat loee Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income cent) tng atlng tg a t lng operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) atg atig ng a
ceding revs- ax- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nue 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) ( ) (a
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)
,496 1 3 29,264 2,715 7626 1551 1, i 93 7t: 400 q 8 Total-Roads lsted rein... .. 2 55 91566 1 49 ,2 707 75,741 992590 36.938 2.5 32.2 39 2.
204,170 1 32,136 311.100 105.779! 11,757 239.9bl 35,134 71 09 31R 1937 201,151 1.254,200 161:928 1:42,967 675 73,683 1,16o,8I 205,071 75.2 31.14 41 6.6
1,96 2,354 518 3,24 9,72: 133 2.594 1 77 29.6 L:6 1d 5egion
1.90 2, 3 1i 2 1 495 74.9 30. 1426 514.1 18 Boston & Maine ....................198 911095 2,77 16,07 4,893 674 333 195 82.9 0.4 36.7 45.5 .9
1.959 2,889 3 .9 38.2 510. 1937 1,93 96 112. : O' 2, 0,197 5,505 67 1.355 3.271 71.1 27.3 75 52
0 6 1 5875 2 ,00 283 1461 r 2 1 : 193 New York, New Haven, & Hartford.. 1938 2,02 15 169 10, 197 28, 84 9262 1,407 .0 1.0 5.1
2,039 1021 2.:147 897 2,309 285 5, 1 608 81.3 335 41. 395 48.6 1937 1937 2,035 20,243 10l.463 34,46 9,761 1,423 25 5 1 74.4 j 4 28. 3 2 37.9 50
83 1 5 66 1,879 44 87 1,307 43 66 2 7 .1 4 1938 Delaware & Hudson 19.... ........3 7,62 .422 8,488 2,36 6 ,853 88 80.7 271 9 5
831 2,148 70 2,303 826 8 1,783 7 77.4 359 .3 339 3. 1937 1937 31 10,464 439 11,320 3,704 8,69 1,877 76.0 32.7 3
86 2,78 9 ,776 1,01 26 3,088 2 8. 26 328 18 5: 1938 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western.............. 1938 12,977 2,713 17,811 14261 1 31 14 60 888 82.0 2 .1.
985 3,522 573 ,5 1197 20 3,375 679 74.0 26.0 352 41.6 562 1937 1937 985 16,838 2,828 22,003 5,374 1,052 164148 3,295 74.8 2. 32.7 15 58
2,275 4614 86 14 1,941 311 14626 85.6 35.9 42.0 42.2 49.:3 : 193 Erie (including Clicago & Erie)- 1938 2 275 22 14571 2 2
228 6:441 7:467 2,o0 317 5,18 8 69.5 27.9 401 35.1 50.5 197 R3937 2284 31,710 25O2 637 3
1,032 2,117 67 2,290 NO 1 102.1 39.5 3.7 53.4 52.3 1938 Grand Trunk Western.......... ..- 1938 1, 5.935 36 16,818 2 6521 693 1020 39 38 5
S 74.2 30.5 41.2 37.4 50. 1937 1937 1,032 9,795 380 10,973 3095 425 793 723 282 39 529
1,3:07 02 13 ,26 2 181 2 553 411 74.5 24.2 324 4 58.0 193 Lehigh Valley ................ ..1938 1307 1,3 921 16575 133 910 157 962 79.14 314 .
1,322 3,775 4248 1,293 187 3,356 415 790 30.4 38.5 5 1937 197 1, 2 19485 0721,8 5,70 947 16376 2,925 75.0 26.3 351
11,1077 15,630 4,56 22,8971 60.0"1 1,31s41 3,10 0 8004 14 :3 70 1938 New York Central a_/ --.----.........................1.71938 11,079 7,97 .23814 115,s902 3 6,b95 96,9816 9 14d 8 83.7 31.4 7.1
11,178 22,224 5,123 31,128 10,060 1,336 23,605 3,956 75. 32.3 42.6 37.0 8.7 1937 1937 11,215 113,447 25,470 155,829 47,644 6.670 116,175 I731T 71.6 30.6 17.3 50.1
1,70.o4 256 71 2, 7 7 41 141 2,:04 225 78 27.1 357 4 5 8 1938 New York, Chicago & St. Louis.... -----------1938 1,70.4 13,078 334 5 75 1, 16 .2
1,705 3,280 70 31469 892 136 2,1 573 67.5 25.7 38.1 34.4 50.9 1937 1937 1,705 17,599 328 18,93 14675 675 11,99 3,651 4.9 25.3 39,0 32.7 50.5
,115 1,721 62 1,88 729 200 1,695 d 68 89.8 38.6 43,0 42.7 47.6 1938 Pare Marquette.-.............. 2,115 8,695 339,5 1,00 8,8
2,116 2,466 2,696 9140 213 2,078 333 77.1 34.8 45.2 36.0 46.7 1937 1 143, 1416 1,060 1,213 5 71.2 32.1 43.7
89117.2 2. 43.7
2 a45 1 977 150 187 52 993 146.1 46.4 42. 1 2.,4 1938 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ... .. ...1938 ,39 227 1, 2,21 96 04,1 1 48.0 1 l65 43.
2,192 9175.9 41.9 553 8.5 37.6 1937 1937 23 9,727 289 10,337 4,67Z 723 8, 38 2,001 81.6 45.2 55.4 7.
2 834 18l6 3,260 946 179 2,609 99 80.0 29.0 36.3 41.7 2.1 1938 Wabash- -...... 91 1-4-, 89 1 14. -. 7
21435 19 ,6 1,1 19 Wabas ............. .. .1938 24 13 2 92 15,588 ,799 897 1 339 a 611 8.6 30.8 6
6 Central Eastern Region: 1937 2 1 17,681 9 2 19,919 ,981 1 899 7 .8 30.0 1.1 19 7
6:44 8 929 1 3,011 610 ,17 1938 Balt imor & Ohio... .............. ......193847 58 11 4 1,1
03 14 57.0 14. 11. 9 1938 .3ia 3 33ser I2614.14 261
6 13,27 983 15,165 5,405 603 11,717 2,256 7.3 356 4383 73,7 2396 3,o 9I
1937 6,471 ,9 .9 ,5 92 5 11 7 .5 32.6 3.
681 2, 376 2917 118 207 71.2 2539. 55.9 1937 1937 681 11,473 1,752 14,o67 3,1 6 9,910 1,3 7. 34.9 0. 57
92 11 5.2 9 d 6 85. 2 Ce ta9.7 31 l ^ a .e4. O0 ....5,18...................1 1933 5.6 + 1 7 1 , 7 9 50.6
927 2103 1 1 52 913 2 41938 Chicago & Eastern Illinos. ............. 1938 ,23 582 r6,75 1,707 261 ,801 2 9. 37.1



10 0 5 05 8 293.5 3e8 & h 1937 03512 1 376 1876 52 261 264 196 9 .6 2 2
931 118 10 1937 1937 3,1 5,03 590 .9 5,90 852 516:1 .7 27.5 3. 5.
1235 7,4 8 1 311 83 755 89. 3. 45193 Elgin. Jor lt & Eastern ................... 4 ,
1435 1,57 -1 1,9170 52 7 1 2 6.2 51. 15 5 5 ,3 1937 1937 140935 38,651 9,8i 2,809 17 1 907 d0. 3 36. 0. 4.14 ..
3.u9357 5 1937 1937 435 8651 N,50 2,809 370 668.5 28. 5 42.7
391 1,6 1,981 g 11434 2 72.1 22 6 192238 Long Islan ......... 1938 lan.... ..1938 39 236 ,970 8 2359 7.9 26.2
397 1, 3 2,226 69 97 1937 1937 1 397 2,9018 6, 89 1 0 3178 6, 14 73 84.76 31.7 3.7 3.1
0,3o6 19 5,089 2767,4 7,612 2,188 20,237 369 73.9 73.1 27.5 .6 438.6 2.7 1938 Pennsylvanias Central ....... .... 1,3 521 27006 138, 1 10116 105 2 13 9 761 8.




1,957 501 761 8 ,296 2,860 517 20 733 560 81. 35 5 397- 32o 1937 1938 l o, 32 27.992 27 .6,076 1o,505 2,446 27,76 4,25 76.9 291 37.9 .
1,316 55 19 5 3 6.5 1937 1937 1,314 1 8,530 29,235 194,3 61,16o 10,292 162,671 31,61 79.5 32.19 43.74 5 .
1,451 68 5 28 474 6,488 2,2 39 ,88 977 8.3 31.5 432.7 41 92 1938 Read ng s............ ....... ............ 19382 1









'1937 4,94 32,308 2,790 37,809 12,25 1,738 27:989 6,9 74.0 3 32.8 3<. 7
1452 32 309 47 1,267 257 3424 991 71.6 265 37.0 3 41 1937 Pocahontas Region: 1937 1.453 23,855 19 6589 6.611 1,292 17806 9:47 670 2.9 37.1
3,1028 2,43 289 7,976 2,3049 61 2,786 85.2 36.8 47.0 26.9 43.0 1938 Chesapeake & Ohio .................... 1
308 2,81 356 3 1,250 13 2 861 397 351 7 358 6 1937 193 10 36,129 38,7661 261, 9 .
3,106 10131 32 10934 059 31937 1937 ,06 50,336 1,336 53.590 15,208 431 30,416 720 56.8 24 50.0 23.2 .8
2,200 428 69141 5,180 1,055 416 3,692 798 739 31. 3 35 502 9 4.6 193 Norfolk & Westernr.. .... ...................9 19.192 I 71
2,203 703 170 7,910 2,333 369 1937 Southern Region: 1937 2,204 38,009 868 4 1,46 1,9 22,008 13666 54.9 28. 51. 4.
5,15 1,45 1 Coast Line9 1 75..................... 1938 5,105 12,212 14,45 21,832 5,756 853 1,950 2,169 73.1 26. 5.
53102 509 3,9 ,7 3,O 508 1937 1937 5,102 16544 4,74 23,701 5,950 850 1 ,177 3,778 8.3 25.1 36. 5
1,927 097 67 1,2039 412 4 1,97 14 88 3.2 7 449 50.7 1938 Central of Georgia .193 1,927 4,744 55 6i10 2,034 357 5a7 4 90.7 33.3 36.
1,9 107 507 17 229 l 70.83. 25 1.3 3 95.7 31 5 1 1937 9 1927 6O6 7,48 2,398 328 o1 9 98.7 3 39.7 6 4
4 952 691 664 7Ols 2,gg 542 4f52 77.7 30.8 &6 4o.6 52.2 1936 Illinois Centralo ----- Alban---lessor-to-N---York-----
4,952 7 7,018 452 91938 Illinois Central7 ........................ 1938 4 952 28,992 3,8 5 36,07 10,505 2,701 27,736 4,225 76.9 29.1 37.9 410 5
4,957761 8,296 2,o 617 .733 5 81,2 31401937 1937 4,963 33,517 3,967 41,110 12,85 2,627 32,677 3,731 79.5 31. 39.2 10.4 50.8
49 1 28 ,188 2,011 71 3 1938 Louisville & Nashville.................. 1938 4938 25,820 2,627 30,817 10,520 1,795 25,221 2,561 81.8 341 41.7 48.8
4941 ,8,19 2,555 5,737 44.5 5 1937 1937 :9 2 32,308 2,790 37,809 12,2 54 1,738 27,989 6,0 / 74.0 32.4 43847.0
4 318 2,643 310 3,270 1,2014 2786 852 368 43.2 385 193 Seaboard Air Line ............. ..........1938 431 13,726 2757 1,313 3 50 14714 1, 8
163 32,81 21,61 6,0 1.250 326 803 351 437 35 1937 1937 4:308 15,186 2,850 19,979 7 145 2, 74. ,0
6,602 5428 629 6,639 2,078 2 4,907 79 739 313 23 35.9 48.5 1938 Souther n .........................198 6609 2811
1908 1,609 38,11: 7 597 109,# 1:277 26,702 2,96 17 2 1
1619 967 62 1,103 237 44 748 143 67.8 21.5 31.7 40.4 595 1938 Yazoo 1& Mississippl Valley. ............. 1938 1,619 4,29 327 .571 1,268, 2 1, 2,9214 8, 22.
79 12791 323 39 _1 905 14__ 1 7__0.__ 2__35 35.7 31 3 1937 1 _619 5,7 1 376 6,595 1559 20 4501 9.3 123.6 1346
#"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.
St Deficit or other reverse items.
(Over)












Subject to revision 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, 1938 AND 1937 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1938 AND 1937

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Tr
expenses, expenses, expenses,
Miles Net Oper- percent of percent of Average Deprec- ra per- percent of
of road Depreci- railway ating miles Iation in- operailway ationg
operated ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year f road Passen- All luded tin (per- Oper Oper- O
opeat Freight Passen- Total ma cluded ating (per- per- per- per- per- operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pr- Total income cent) ating ating ating aing
of month Freight get Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) sting ating ating ating
nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nu
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (0) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

Northwestern Region:
,391 4,539 $76 6,051 $2,654 422 $5,84 5 959 3.9 45.7 44.1 46. 1938 Chicago & North Western...............................1938 8,391 22,10 4,162 6 12,149 2,114 $29,008 98.0 41.7 4.6 4
5,710 92 7,415 3,815 412 7,282 98.2 5 524 39-5 40.2 1937 1937 8,404 26,770 4,266 ,72 14,629 2,067 32,102 a 35 92.6 42.2 45.6 42.7 46.1
1,505 1,157 30 1,275 423 45 1,048 d 25 82.1 33.1 40.4 41.6 50.6 1938 Chicago Great Western-............................... 1938 1,505 5,990 185 6,628 2,259 224 5,663 d 379 85.4 34.1 39.2 50.5
1,505 1,346 39 1,475 492 45 1,167 9 79.1 33.3 42.1 38.1 48.2 1937 1937 1,505 6,909 216 7,582 2,468 220 6,012 113 79.3 32.6 41.0 39.2 49.5
10,952 6,002 556 7,285 2,690 48 6,327 173 86.9 36.9 42.5 42.0 48 1938 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific ...1938 10,960 30,00 2,879 36,729 12314 2,382 31,252 d 55 851 3.5 9.
11,115 7,092 602 8,661 ,705 456 7,596 87.7 42 4.8 383 43.7 1937 1937 11,115 35,459 2,957 42,691 14,924 2,260 34,863 27361 81.7 35.0
1,648 1,068 109 1,267 429 49 1,107 d 42 87.4 33.8 387 :45.8 52.4 1938 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha 1938 1,648 5,174 549 6,154 1,759 245 5,479 a 351 89.0 28.6 32.1 5
1,648 1,191 118 1,411 545 49 1,310 d 103 92.8 38.6 16 46.1 49.7 1937 1937 1,648 5,595 620 6,684 2,129 247 6,231 &32 93.2 31.8 34.2 5
8,072 4, 36 352 5.189 1,679 310 4,137 264 79.7 32.4 40.6 38.7 48.6 1938 Great Northern...............................1938 8,071 20,218 1,611 23,983 7,994 1,551 20,744 d 868 86.5 33.3 .5 43.8 50.6
8,093 7,691 375 8,849 2.238 302 5,190 2,754 58.7 25.3 43.1 27.9 47.5 1937 1937 8,093 27,499 1,745 32,088 9,781 1,509 23,879 ,935 74.4 30.5 41.0 6.8 49.5
4,297 1,604 76 1,836 623 103 1,620 a s5 88.2 33.9 38.4 46.4 52.5 1938 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. 'Mariel938 4,298 7,595 369 8,745 3,159 512 8,420 a 1.177 96.3 36.1 d 1 37553.8
4,301 2,137 87 2,432 819 98 1,902 210 78.2 33.7 43.1 37.6 48.1 1937 1937 4,301 9,307 32 10,551 3,467 511 8,917 310 84.5 32.9 38.9 4.9 51.9
6,721 ,261 273 ,965 1,66 283 ,827 d 161 96.5 42. 4.6 42.6 44.1 1938 Northern Pacific------........ ........... 1938 6,721 16,291 1,391 19,663 7,579 1,411 18,732 d 440 95-3 38-5 40.5
63727 511 315 5,o02 2,os3 268 4489 3 88.3 41.0 46.4 37-1 42.0 1937 1937 6,727 21,169 1,583 24,932 3,772 1,3142 21,271 7575 85.3 35.2 41.2
Central Western Region:
957 83 197 1,188 72 29 998 76 84.0 31.3 37.3 43.4 1i.6 1938 Alton....... ................. .........1938 957 14,o64 i,oo6 5,902 1,722 150 4,975 a 3 84. 29.2 4.6 45.4 5.8
956 963 194 1,355 70 29 1,114 d 30 82.2 34.7 42.2 38.9 47.3 1937 1937 956 4,896 953 6,798 1,792 147 4,977 470 73.2 26.4 36.0 38.2 52.2
13 512 9,070 1,342 11,508 3,437 1,002 8,845 1,369 76.9 29.9 8.9 40.0 2.1 1938 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe a/-........... 1938 13,512 4,89 6,266 54,734 21,662 4,956 49,202 d 1 08 89.9 39.6 44.0 42.6 47.4
13,562 10,851 1,383 13,419 5,891 941 11:886 425 88.6 43.9 49.6 37.7 45 1937 1937 13, 3 53, o 6,759 5,801 24,987 4,682 54,466 5172 82.8 38.0 45.9
8,970 5,089 692 6,543 2,229 422 5,318 166 81.3 34.1 41.9 39.1 48.1 1938 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy --. ..........1938 8,970 26,163 3,312 33,361 10,474 2,101 26,834 1,019 80.4 31.4 9.0
8,977 5,686 733 7300 3,167 403 6,613 90.6 43.4 47.9 38.1 42.4 1937 1937 8,977 31,561 3,349 39,031 12,464 2,oo4 30,292 3,412 77.6 31.9 417.6
7,476 4,504 562 5,574 2,237 347 5,195 d 411 93.2 40.1 43.1 4.7 46.9 1938 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific----.........----- 1938 7,492 22,346 ,034 27,862 9,642 1,733 2,203 1.308 90.5 34.6 38.3 .6
7,517 4,775 551 5,850 2,587 337 5,722 97. 44.2 45.2 43.7 44.6 1937 1937 7,526 24,364 3,o87 30,047 10,705 1,692 20,710 a o 88.9 35.6 40.1
2,570 1,497 89 1,688 761 104 1,567 d 181 92.9 451 48.5 38.6 41.5 193 Denver & Rio Grande Western..........----- 1938 2,570 7,152 499 8,110 3,530 506 7,567 93.3 .5 46.7 40.6
2,576 1,843 95 2,046 1,281 95 2,1660 [ 383 105.6 62.6 59.3 36.1 34.2 1937 1937 2,576 9,189 530 10,227 4,986 478 9,584 a 2 93.7 48.8 52.0
8,707 9,730 1,674 12,511 3,891 556 10,373 130 82.9 31.1 37.5 42.4 51.1 1938 Southern Pacific Company b/...................1938 8,717 44,986 8,360 58,687 18,787 2,786 51371 2.05 87.5 32.0 36.6.6 52.0
8,765 11,os3 1,816 14,205 4,071 543 11,618 727 81.8 28.7 35.0 43.7 53.4 1937 1937 8,771 57,730 8,882 72,496 19,502 2,665 56,864 ,943 78.4 26.9 34.3
9,912 8,267 1,254 10,520 ,340 598 8,201 380 78.0 31.7 40.7 36.2 46.4 1938 Union Pacific ..... ..................... 1938 9,912 40,564 5,769 51,165 14,685 3,054 38,963 3,035 76.2 28.7 37.7 37.6 49.3
9,911 9,944 1,343 1221 54 56 9,859 569 79.4 35.9 45.2 33.8 42.6 1937 1937 9,917 51,045 5,993 62,466 21,146 2,792 49,095 4141 78.6 33.9 431 5 45.2
Southwestern Region:
3,294 1,709 175 2,105 727 111 1,876 126 89.1 34.6 38.8 43.2 48.5 1938 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines---.................----1938 ,294 8,748 832 10,695 3,495 549 9,36 4 87.4 32.7 374 49.
3,294 2,109 187 2,543 780 99 2,015 152 79.2 30.7 38.7 37.8 47.7 7 1937 3,294 10,3 904 12,411 3,456 493 9.530 1,152 76.8 27.8 36.3 38.1
7,175 5,093 412 6,092 2,211 367 5,11 49 84.9 36. 42.8 40.1 47. 1938 Missouri Pacific......................................----1938 7,175 25,979 2,05 30,96 10,739 18 26,o63 587 841 37 41.2 41.2 48.9
7.171 5,963 426 7,062 2,513 288 5,701 372 81.6 35.6 43.6 37.8 46.4 1937 1937 7,171 32.763 2,2 38,065 12,18 1,73 29,290 3,769 76.9 32.0 41.6
4,885 2,724 257 3,288 1,379 260 3,087 d 218 93.9 41.9 44.7 42.9 45.7 1938 st. Louis-San Francisco.. ............-----1938 4,885 13,632 1,297 16,455 6,956 1,302 15,612 a 8 94.9 42.3 44.6
4,927 3,204 306 3,876 1,490 262 3,295 _--2W 85.0 38.4 45.2 39.0 45.9 1937 1937 4,927 16,769 1,499 20,139 7,480 1,310 16,803 5 834 371 44.5 8.9
1,706 1,462 22 1,547 431 52 1,127 203 72.9 27.9 38.2 35.0 48.o 1938 St. Louis Southwestern Lines......-- .........1938 1,706 6,922 109 7,341 2,064 259 5,614 452 76.5 28.1 36.8 3
1,750 1,739 25 1,847 665 50 1,396 170 75.5 36.0 47.7 312 413 1937 1937 1,750 8,525 132 9,o026 3,032 251 6,699 866 74.2 33.6 45 3
4,416 2,921 240 3,440 1,107 133 2,668 289 77.6 32.2 41.5 35-.7 46.1 1938 Texas & New Orleans--...-......----- ...........1938 4,419 14.318 1,319 17,050 5,825 672 13,817 645 81.0 34.2 42.2 6.9
4,421 3,261 282 3,409 1,327 133 3,026 297 78.6 34.5 43.9 34.6 44.o 1937 1937 4,428 17,o053 1,413 19,908 6,354 665 14,762 2,533 74.2 31.9 43.0 2.9
1,937 1,751 194 2,132 599 100 1,476 428 69.2 28.1 40.6 32.1 46.4 1958 Texas & Pacific.... ..... ... .......19 1,937 8,509 1,004 10,409 2,889 49 7,469 1,560 71.8 27.8 38.7 4.7 48.
,9 2,20 212 2,62 739 97 1707 581 651 2.2 43.3 28.9 44.4 1937 1937 1948 10,555 1,o38 12,526 3.521 486 8,382 2,532 66.9 28.1 42.0 30.1 45.0
Net railwai operating incomes is derived from "Railway operating income*, modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents' and "Joint facility rent." U S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 193
B/ Inoludes Atchison,Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf Colorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe; also Fort Worth & Rio Grande (Lessor to Gulf Colorado & Santa Fe) for
periods subsequent to March 1, 1937.
b/ Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
d Deficit or other reverse Items.