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 DOCL N TO S Q .

Subject to revision 1111 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION ( St..,N.M15
BUREAU OF STATISTICS I J 13


U.S. DEPORT "-

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, 1938 AND 1937 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1938 AND 1937

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transporta
expenses, expenses, expenses, expense
Miles Net Oper- percent of percent of Net Oper- percent of percent of
of road Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway ating __
operated ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles ation in- oper- ratio
at eloas -assen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- Uper- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- O
of month 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 ating x
nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex- reve-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nues pe
(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) (z) (
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

200,372 196,173 $33,230 $251,734 878,362 815,206 $194,755 $21,972 771.4 31.1 40.2 38.5 49.8 1938 Total-Roads listed herein... ................ 1938 200,530 $1,138,739 8185,478 $1,455,147 $465,454 890,48 81.187,351 $58,913 81.6 32.0 19.2 41.5 09
201,129 26,61 36,5 445 311,426 108,507 14,783 238,634 49,021 76.6 34.8 145.5 35.3 4 96.0 1937 1937 201,157 1,500,821 198,373 1,854,391 593,185 88, 60 1,399, 445 254,090 755 32.0 42.4 36.3 48.
New England Region:
1,960 2,205 577 3,260 884 134 2,462 311 75-5 27.1 35.9 41.7 55.2 1938 Boston & Maine-.-.....------ ..-.... 1938 1,960 13,300 3,354 19,338 5,776 808 15,795 505 81-7 29.9 36.6 44.9 54.9
1,959 2:749 650 4,080 1,243 135 2:954 632 72.4 30.5 42.1 36.1 49.8 1937 1937 1.962 17,351 3,534 24,277 6,748 804 17,309 3,903 71.3 27.8 39.0 37.3 52.3
2,020 3 112 2,130 5,5 1,93 286 4,872 10 83.2 333 40.1 41.8 50.2 1938 New York, New Haven, & Hartford.-----...---- 1938 2,02 18,281 12,628 44,702 11,215 1,693 29,229 d 660 84.2 32.3 38.4 43.7
2,034 3:840 2225 ,821 2:2 5 285 5,334 78.2 33.2 42.5 37.8 1937 Great Lakes Region: 1937 2,03 24,083 12,688 1,25 12,02 1,707 30,979 -- 71 75.0 29.1 38.8 37.9
831 1,529 72 1,682 460 87 1,273 272 757 27.4 36.1 39.9 52.7 1938 Delaware & Hudson............................................. 1938 831 9,211 494 10,170 2,821 524 8,127 1,100 79.9 27.7 347 43.
830 1,911 78 2,082 877 88 1:754 228 84.2 42.1 50.0 34.8 41.3 1937 1937 831 12,375 517 13,402 4,581 532 10,363 2,105 77-3 34.2 35.1
986 2,740 545 3,759 1,075 2o6 3,045 216 81.o 28.6 35.3 46.5 57-4 1938 Delaware. Lackawanna & Western................ 1938 986 15.717 3,257 21,600 5,336 1,237 17,675 1,104 81.8 24.7 30.2 50.3 61.5
985 3,183 599 4.318 1,166 209 3,248 584 75.2 27.0 35.9 42.7 56.7 1937 1937 985 20,022 3,427 26,321 6,540 1,262 19,696 3,879 74.8 24.8 33.2 43.4
2,276 4 561 401 5,469 1,972 310 4,670 d 9 85.4 36.1 42.2 41.6 48.7 1938 Erie (including Chicago & Erie).................. 1938 2,276 7,018 2357 31 10,752 1,878 27307 2 856 337 39.4 43.9 51.3
2,277 5:826 450 7,022 2,151 317 5,127 1,182 73.0 30.6 41.9 36.3 49. 1937 1937 2,283 37.535 2524 4,416 11,784 1,906 30,168 32 69.5 271 39.1 35.8 51.5
1,032 1 21 8 1,407 50 9 1,286 91.4 36.1 39.5 47.O 51.4 1938 Grand Trunk Western..---............... ......... 1938 1,032 7,150 450 8,225 3.161 565 8,239 1 oo.2 38. 38.4 53.0 53.0
1,o32 1:794 94 2:035 670 84 1569 7225 77.1 329 42.7 38.7 50.2 1937 1937 1,032 11,590 474 13,008 3,765 509 9,506 -1822 73.1 28.9 39.6 38.3 52.
1,307 3,029 170 3,423 909 180 2,596 378 75.8 26.6 35.0 42.3 55.7 1938 Lehigh Valley --- ---.... 1938 1,307 17,612 1,091 19,998 5,042 1,090 15,753 1,340 78.8 25.2 32.0 46.2 58.7
1,322 3,580 215 4,092 1,346 184 3.321 311 81.2 32.9 40.5 41.7 51.3 1937 1937 1,322 23,065 1,293 25,934 7,097 1,130 19.698 3:236 76.0 27.4 36.0 42.1 554
11,077 14,965 5,324 23,040 6,946 1,344 18,230 922 79.1 30.1 8.1 41.1 1.9 1938 New York Central / --.--- ..-..-------- 1938 11,079 92,962 29,138 138,942 43,293 8,039 115,211 108 82.9 31.2 7.6 4.9
11,152 21345 6,o61 31:002 641 1,33 23,624 1,229 76.2 34.3 5.0 35.6 6.7 1937 1937 11,215 134,792 31,531 186,832 58,285 8,008 139,799 22,575 74.8 31.2 1.7 37.o
1,704 2,596 76 2,774 769 140 2,062 285 714.4 27.7 37.3 38.0 51.1 1938 New York Chicago & St. Louis................... 1938 1,704 15,674 409 16,691 4,605 856 12,821 1,176 76.8 27.6 35.9 40.6 52.9
1,705 3:185 84 3,392 980 138 2,347 708 69.2 28.9 41.8 33.3 48.2 1937 1937 1,705 20,784 412 21,885 5,655 813 14,340 4,359 65.5 258 39 32.8 50.1
2,11 1,633 so 1,842 797 200 1,732 159 94.o 43.3 46.o 42.3 45.0 1938 Pere Marquette ..................................... 1938 2,115 10,329 417 11,377 4,68 1,200 10,563 d 723 92.8 40.1 43.2 4.3 47.7
2:116 2,303 90 2,567 968 214 2,065 345 80o.5 377 46.9 36.1 44.9 1937 1937 2,115 14,990 438 16,339 5,429 1,279 12,278 2,5 75.1 33.2 44.2 35.9 47.7
2 1,019 39 1,103 454 187 950 190 86.2 41.2 47.8 35.5 41.1 1938 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .................................. 1938 233 5258 266 5,788 2,703 1,123 5,923 235 102.3 46.7 45.6 44.4 3.
2 1,998 55 2,106 902 154 1,621 319 77.0 42.8 55.6 28.7 37.3 1937 1937 234 11,725 344 12,443 5,576 878 10,059 2,319 80o.8 44.8 55.4 30.5 37.7
2,434 2,634 213 3,082 935 179 2,551 26 82.8 30.3 6.6 42.6 51.5 1938 Wabash.. ...........................---........------- 1938 2,434 16,116 1154 18,670 5,734 1,076 15,890 d 851 30.1 44.7
2,434 3,039 2 3.536 1,150 180 2,846 221 80.5 32.5 40.4 39.3 8.8 97 Central Eastern Region: 1937 2,40 20,720 1,219 23,455 7,131 1,069 17,744 2 75.7 30.2 37.5
6,434 9,123 975 10,802 3,136 607 8,182 1,381 75.7 29.0 38.3 38.3 50.6 1938 Baltimore & Ohio.--..---......------ 1938 6,442 52,157 5,212 61,612 19,925 3,658 51,561 2,514 83.7 32.3 38.6 42.4 50.7
6,:471 12,370 1,114 14,505 5,503 599 11,:422 2,020 78.8 37.9 48.2 33.7 42.7 1937 1937 6,471 77,291 5:497 88,012 29,466 3,609 66,179 13,764 75.2 33.5 44.5 34.3 45.6
09 1,884 362 2,424 553 118 1,795 100 74. 22.8 30.8 4.8 61.8 1938 Central of New Jersey..........---- .................- 1938 09 11,154 274 14,195 3,111 708 10,485 447 739 21.9 297 46.1
81 2,101 395 2,724 728 118 1,989 187 73.0 26.7 36.6 4.0 562 1937 1937 681 13,573 2147 16,792 4,189 718 11,899 1,57 70.9 24.9 35.2 40.4 57.0
927 788 125 1,039 322 42 907 d 44 87.3 31.o0 35.5 449 1.5 1938 Chicago & Eastern Illinois................ 1938 927 5,292 708 6,802 2,029 303 5,709 d 153 81.9 29.8 35-5 43.
931 949 127 1,237 446 52 1,075 3 8.9 36.1 41.5 40.4 6.5 1937 1937 931 6,552 717 8,232 2,368 304 6,256 61 76.0 28.8 37.9 37.9
35 691 800 299 83 724 90.6 37.4 41.3 45.8 50.6 1938 Elgin. Joliet & Eastern......-........-.....1938 435 4,568 5111 1,890 1 4,631 d 114 90.6 37.0 40.8 47.2 52.1
435 1,675 1,926 587 75 1,326 -- 68.8 30.5 44.3 35.5 51.5 1937 1937 435 10,325 11,776 3,396 444 7,911 67.2 28.8 42.9 35.0
394 526 1,408 2,03 454 100 1,436 57 70.6 22.3 31.6 45.5 64.4 1938 Long Island. ----.............. ........................... 1938 394 2 7,378 10,842 2,807 588 8,740 d 3 .806 25. 32.1 52.4
197 72 1,570 2,110 642 97 1,659 9 76.8 29.7 38.7 4.3 57-7 1937 1937 397 3,412 8,160 12,160 3,816 585 10,123 221 83.2 31.4 37.7 48.0 57.6
10,306 21,oo 5,232 29,017 7,274 2,14 19,77 5046 6.5 25.1 6.6 37.0 4.0 1938 Pennsylvania-- ............ ..................................... 19 10,306 118,525 32,238 16,525 47,334 12,588 125,699 18,935 75.0 28.3 37.7 39.8
10,316 29,652 5,838 39665 13357 2,08 29,214 6:534 73.7 33.7 45.7 4.8 7-3 1937 197 10314 178,182 35,073 234500 77,517 12,376 175,885 37,596 75.0 33.1 441 35.3
1,451 :,585 244 4,000 963 262 2,852 841 71.3 24.1 33.8 41.6 58.3 1938 Reading ..... ......... .................... 193 1 1,452 20,835 1,597 23,532 6,242 1,568 18,041 ,896 76.7 26.5 34.6 44.
1,452 661 281 5,180 1,338 259 3.428 1,460 6.2 25.8 39.0 35.9 54.3 1937 Pocahontas Region: 19 7 1,453 28,51 1,82 31,768 7,949 1,550 21,234 ,927 6.8 25.0 37.4 36.4 .4
3,102 7,377 287 ,010 2,3145 692 4,977 1,985 62.1 29.3 47.1 26.6 42.8 1938 Chesapeake & Ohio.....-- .......................1938 3,102 43,506 1,59 46,773 15,221 4,153 31,302 9,947 66.9 32.5 48.6 27.9 41.7
3,106 9,103 338 9,889 2,917 691 5,756 3,211 58.2 29.5 50.7 23.8 41.0 1937 1937 3,106 59,439 1,674 63,478 18,125 4,122 36,172 19,931 57.0 28.6 50.1 23.3 40.8
2,200 5.103 169 5,451 1,885 416 692 1,166 67.7 34.6 51-1 27.1 40o.o 1938 Norfolk & Western..........--.--..................-... 1938 2,200 30,326 916 32,9 11,662 2,492 22,884 2: 4 70.8 36.1 51.0 28.6 40.
2,202 755 189 8:001 2 61 4o5 4,331 2,775 5 .1 28.3 52.2 21.9 40.4 1937 197 2,203 5,565 1,057 ,7 13,606 2,366 26,339 15,1 54.8 28.3 51.7 22.0 40.1
5,105 2,407 336 3,022 993 176 2,619 19 86.7 32.9 37.9 45.2 52.2 1939 Atlantic Coast Line.............. --....... 1938 5,105 17,618 4,792 24,854 6,750 1,029 18,570 2,030 74.7 27.2 36.3 39.2 52.5
5,104 2.804 408 3,558 1,190 168 2,912 I 81.8 33.4 40.9 40.3 49.3 1937 1937 5,103 19,348 5,154 27,258 7,140 1,018 19,089 3,899 70.0 26.2 37.4 36.2 51.7
1,927 1,3 89 1,207 3 71 1 32 897 334 372 45.8 51.0 1938 Central of Georgia...........--........-----. 1938 1927 5,747 64 7,310 2,438 428 6,620 d 146 90.6 333 68 46.
1,927 1:o047 118 1,329 522 66 1,221 91.9 39.2 42.7 42.3 46.0 1937 1937 1,927 7066 724 8,818 2,920 393 7,262 77 82.4 33.1 40.2 39.
4,951 696 662 6,894 2,221 543 5,453 740 79.1 32.2 40.7 40.0 50.6 1938 Illinois Central................-- ................... 1938 4,952 34,687 4,498 42,969 12,726 3,245 33,189 4,965 77.2 29.6 3 0. 52.9
4,:957 6:o086 837 7,585 2,920 51 6:537 1.716 86.2 385 447 40.4 46.8 1937 1937 4,9 2 39,601 4,804 48,695 15,725 3,142 39,214 5,47 80.5 323 .1 40.4 50.2
4j948 5,10: 490 6,001 2 O31 367 4,771 667 79.5 33.8 42.6 38.8 48.8 1938 Louisville & Nashville.--......--- ........... 1938 4,938 30,950 3.117 36,818 12,550 2,163 29,992 3,232 81.5 34.1 1.8 3948.8
4,941 ; 578 7,673 2,619 343 5,732 1,350 74.7 34.1 457 43 45-9 1937 1937 4,942 38,857 3,368 45,483 14,872 2,082 33,721 8,293 74.1 32.7 44.1 34.7 46.8
4,318 2,244 279 2,779 1,193 110 2,671 d 12 96.1 42.9 44.6 41.8 43.5 1935 Seaboard Air Line----.....- .........----- .... --....1938 4,318 15,970 3,036 21,092 7,026 1,020 17,385 1,056 82.4 3 4.4 38.6 46.8
4,308 2,:466 328 3,097 1,193 1 6 2,720 i-1 87.9 38.5 43.9 38.4 43.7 1937 1937 4,308 17,653 3.178 23,075 7,241 961 17,565 2,956 76.1 34 41.2 35.2 46.3
6,602 5,398 740 6,697 2,180 207 5,14 607 76.8 32.6 42.4 37-5 48.8 1938 Southern- ...-...--.-- ----..- 1938 6,608 3.514 4,257 41,294 13,137 1,534 31,846 3,510 77.1 31-8 41.3 38.5 49
6,640 6,219 869 7,796 2,706 2 5.891 978 75.6 34.7 45.9 3 4.9 46. 1937 1937 6,640 41,517 5,011 50,908 15,678 1,569 35,815 9,2 7 70.4 30.8 43.8 34.1
1,619 923 69 1,057 251 44 771 78 72.9 23.7 32.5 42.3 58.1 1938 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ............... 198 1,619 5,778 397 6,628 1,519 269 4,756 581 71.8 22.9 31.9 42.2
1,619 1,119 89 1,289 336 41 894 369 69.3 26.1 37.6 36.9 532 1937 1937 1,619 6,881 465 7,885 1,896 244 5,396 1,337 4 24.0 351 373 54.5

4"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."
a/ Includes Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
d/ 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 JUNE, 1938 AND 1937 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1938 AND 1937
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance T ns
___________ ________________________ expenses, expenses, Ne_____ __ Oper- percent of pene
X11.3 Net Oper- percent of percent of Net Oper-
ieof road Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway ating
operated ation in r ratio Region, road, and year miles ation in- oper- ratio
ateraoe Passen- All eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- Oper-
lo Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ting at atn tn operated Freight ge Total mainte- in pr- Total income* cent) a
~ * 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)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)








7. t 1 :1;. i9: :2 l:l c: : i Great Northern....... .. .... ............................. 8 1 1 2 8 .: :.:
Northwestern Region:




8,31 ,952 1 129 6, 75 592 1 5 1 5 383 445 40. 46.6 1938 Chicago & North Western ---- -... -1938 8 391 627,082 $5,1 63 1 0 14,91 2 ,35 834,826 9.1.6 .9 1.
5,725 ,7 7,761 710 7 10 55.5 55.1 38.3 38.1 1937 1937 ,03 32,5 5,472 2.,3 18,9 1 9,912 91.1 .79




1.575 1,2 1, 254 41 5 1,0729 17 07 6. .1 4: 3 1938 Chicago Great Western ----- -..----- 1938 1,505 7,109 22 7,82 2,710 26 6 7: 6
1,505 1,292 45 1, 43 506 5 1,155 33 35.2 43.8 37 :1 41 3 1937 1937 1,505 o,2 1 1 o9,019 72,7.5 3 0 71R .
195 6,^21 71 18 480 6, d: 88.7 140.2 14.2 14.6 C45 .8 1 Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific....l938 19 3,17 17 12 85.7 31. 4:X 1 5
11,113 756 8,990 1 456 7,602 2,00 4 39.9 142 37.6 5 1937 1937 11,115 42,725 3,713 51,680 18,515 2,716 2,465 4, 82.2
1,6148 ,9 137 1,83 572 49 1014 1.3 41. 143.2 46.9 1938 Chicago St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaa..----1938 1,648 6,8 685 7,537 52,33 294 6,753 9.6 30. .3 56
16149 1,2o4 157 1,412 712 50 1,82 87 98.7 14.0 48.7 143.7 144.3 1937 1937 1:648 60,798 778 8,1F6 25,819 297 7,693 9,332 31. 8 36. 51. 514.2
,072 14 1 5,964 1, 301 3,70 1,177 666 24 0.76 27 .6 34.2 F 1938 Great N orth ern . ......... ..... ..1938 8,071 25,O61 21 29,97 9,497 1,853 2,714 7 825 3.1 8.2 .9 8
8,093 71631 ;8 9,120 2181 303 514 3 05 8159 36.4 44.6 357 43. 1937 1937 8,093 35,133 2,29 1,208 12,192 112 298,8 8 1, 71.1 3. 3
4,97 12 ,31 ,735 45 15 497 1938 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie1938 4,98 9,334 492 10,775 3,8 615 o10,1554, 91. 36.0 3. 3
4,301 1,911 147 2:, 6 849 88 1,898 4 3.8 7 5 44.7 39.2 8 1937 1937 14,301 11,218 578 12,816 z,316 591 10,815 4 84.1 33.7 39.9
6,721 i6 481 14 1 769 2814 ,982 .25 869 386 1444 37.7 4.4 1938 Northern Pacific ....---------------- ------------- 1938 6,721 19,947 1,872 214,2" 9, 347 1,695 22,71 1 9 3.7 38.6 1412 d143. 14

957 65 211 12 25 977 ---------- 79.3 .27.Z31:7 14.5 U 1938 33to 2,01 1--------75 5,-- 13 95 GO1ERNMENT952 dPR23 83.14 28.9 3 193.8
13,2 111,5 3,772 1,001 9,179lude Athison, Tope1 66 24. 5 1938 Atchison, Topeka & Sant F ......... 1938 13,2 5 8 7, 68,506 5, 5, 2242 85.2 36.5 (Lesor to 2.9 Colorado anta Fe) for period




















subsequent to March 1, 1937.
13,562 1,597 15,28 12,171 3 79.6 39 95 350 1937 1937 13, 179 65,927 8,356 81,085 31,009 5,631 66,637 8,955 82.2 38.2 146.5
,970 5 310 7 7 6, 868 2,456 142Z 262 1 3 9819 3 14.7 38.2 146.6 1939 Chicago. Burlington & Quincy ...........------------- 1938 8,970 31,4173 4,100 140 229 12,930 2, 26 32. 459 1,162 80.7 302.
8,977 5740 8 7470 3 1 58 13 37.3 14-24 1937 1937 8,977 37,302 14,21 501 2 7 36,876 4,75 79
7,355 5,152 610 6,214 2:394 364 5,338 88 85.14 3.21447 39.3 46.0 1938 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific .................... 1938 7,470 27,499 3,643 34,110 12 ,026 2,097 30,541 d 1220 89.
2,570 1,466 135 1,717 d9 106 1,703 2 92 .9 38.2 1938 Denver & Rio Grande Western ........-.---... 1938 2,570 8,617 6Z4 91,O827 14,1423 611 9,271 d 1120 945.0 1. 7 140
2,576 139 ,977 1,3 95 364 33.6 1937 1937 2:,576 10,908 669 2"20 573 11723
8,707 10,223 2,297 ,880 4 ,461 1322 75.4 29.1 37.3 38.6 51.2 1938 Southern Pacific Company / -.................. 1938 8,716 55,210 10,657 72,567 22,687 3,340 61,832 d 7 85.2 3.3
8,765 12,507 2,338 16,312 4 11,757 9 72.1 36. 38 53.0 1937 1937 8,770 70,237 11,220 88,808 23,777 3,205 68,621 9 77.3
9,909 1,828 11,135 Z,4.9 601 8,462 818 76.0 31.3 41.2 34.4 4 1938 Union Pacific ------------ 1938 9,912 48,654 7,597 62,300 18,174 3,655 47, 425 3,8:54 76.1
9,911 1,802 2,692 560 9,888 77.9 11937 937 9,916 60,667 7,795 75,158 25,619 3,352 58,983 5,332 78.5 314. 357
9S ou thw es te rn R eg ion : 14,2 2 921 67 6
3,2914 1,890 205 2,323 71 112 1,872 40 80.6 30. 314 39.4 49 1938 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ------------------------- 1938 3,294 10,638 1,03 13,01 4 21 661 11,219 d 7 86.2 96 .4
3,2914 2,371 220 28614 711 99 3,:965 475 68.6 4 9 36.2 317 50.5 1937 1937 3,291- 12,705 1,12 15,276 141, 16 592 11,495 753 .3
7,175 51314 6,102 2, 7 35 5,205 1 85.3 37.8 143 39.4 46.2 1938 Missouri Pacific ---------------------------------------------- 1938 7,175 31.11 2,447 37,077 13,0146 2,191 31,268 588 81.
7,171 5,934 7,045 2,20 316 5,692 430 8. 37.2 46.0 3.2 144. 1937 1937 7,171 38,696 2,689 145,110 114, 8o4 2,089 34,982 14,199 77.6 328:4
14,927 38998 311 :542 1,636 262 3, 491 7 9 146 4N 1937 1937 14,927 20,6rs 1,810 214,680 9,116 1,572 20,295 82.2 36.9
1,7 6 1,46 2 1,55 431 52 1,098 174 70.7 27. 9 32.9 46.6 193 St. Louis Southwestern Lines -------------- 1938 1,706 ,390 134 8,9 2,1495 311 6,712 626 75. 28.1
1,750 1,536 2 1,638 598 50 1,339 d 5 81.8 36.5 35.7 43.7 1937 1937 1,750 10,061 160 10,664 3,630 301 8,038 861 75.14 314.4.
16 311 3 13 2,676 114 816 4 1938 Texas & New Orleans .......................................... 1938 1,9 17,000 1,68 0 ,28 6,938 06 16,49369 7.3 32.7 1.
4,1 1 338 3,762 1,383 132 3,058 106 81.3 36.8 45 143.5 1937 9 426 2,167 1,75o 23, 2,139 75."3
1,937 1764 218 2,158 582 100 1,456 141 69.3 27.0 38 0 45.o 1938 Texas & Pacific ..............................-............... 1938 1,937 10,273 1,222 12,567 3,1471 59 8,965 1,978 71. 2. 3
"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating inoome", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint faoility rent."
/ 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 periods
subsequent to March 1, 1937.
SInoludes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
nDeici or other reverse items.