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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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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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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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 JULY, 1938 AND 1937 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH JULY, 1938 AND 1937

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transp
_expenses, expenses, _______ expenses, expenses
Milea 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 close Passen- All eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
of month Freight ger Tdtal mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating operated Freight ger Total aint- in pre- Total income cent) tng
nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex- reve-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nues
(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)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

200,344 $210,911 $35,604. $267,865 $79,881 $15 23 $198,891 $34,029 74.3 29.8 40.2 37.2 50.1 1938 Total-Roads listed herein ........................1938 200,499 S1,349,648 $221,082 $1,723,011 8545,333 8106,176 $1,386,241 $93,616 80.5 31.6 9.3 40.8
201,029 256,788 39,128 322,999 106,007 14,854 239,592 50,011 74.2 32.8 44.2 35.0 7.2 1937 New England Region: 1937 201,155 1,757,605 237,500 2,177,391 699,190 103,315 1,639,034 304,15 75.3 32.1 42.7 36.1
New England Region:
1,955 2,152 687 3,278 790 134 2,425 353 74.0 24.1 32.6 43.1 58.2 1938 Boston & Maine....... .......... ......... 1938 1,959 15,452 4,o4 22,616 6,566 942 18,220 858 80.6 29.0 36.0 44
1,959 2,604 739 3,851 1,133 134 2,884 485 74.9 29.4 39.3 39.0 52.0 1937 1937 1,962 19,955 4,273 28,128 7,880 939 20,193 4,388 71.8 28.0 39.0 37.5
2, 020 3,055 2,305 5,974 1,842 286 4,729 167 79.2 30.8 39.0 40.7 51.4 1938 New York, New Haven, & Hartford.................1938 2,022 21336 14,932 40,677 13,057 1,979 33,958 4 83.5 32.1 385 43.2 51.8
2,034 3,682 2,407 6,846 2,372 278 5,548 203 81.0 34.6 42.7 39.0 48.1 1937 1937 2,034 27,765 15,095 48:131 14,398 1,985 36:527 -3,T9 75.9 29.9 39.4 380 50.1
Great Lakes Region:
831 1,358 122 1,567 463 87 1,296 126 82.7 29.5 35.7 43.5 52.5 1938 Delaware & Hudson .... ----------------------- 1938 831 10569 616 11,737 ,284 611 9,423 1,226 80.3 28.0 34.9 43
830 1,718 129 1,962 823 88 1,689 177 86.1 41.9 48.7 36.6 42.5 1937 1937 831 14,093 646 15,364 5,404 620 12,052 2,282 78.4 352 44 353 45.0
986 2,310 622 3,1 1,105 205 3,048 d 1 0 33.0 36.3 511 56.2 1938 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western...................1938 986 18,028 ,879 24,951 6,441 1,443 20,723 "934 83.1 25.8 31.1
986 2,815 648 ,9 9 1,130 208 3,22 2 81.6 28.6 35.1 6.6 57.1 1937 1937 985 22,838 4,075 30,269 7,670 1,470 22,919 4,153 75.7 25.3 33.5 3.8
2,276 4,753 487 5,685 1,925 310 4,669 209 82.1 33-9 41.2 40o.8 49.7 1938 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) ........- ....1938 2,276 31,771 2,844 37,600 12,678 2,188 31,976 a 70 85.0 33.7 39.6 43.4
2,277 6,086 529 7,197 2,141 318 5,212 1,316 72.4 29.8 41.1 36.7 50.6 1937 1937 2,282 43:622 3,053 50,613 13,925 2,224 35,380 --697M 69.9 27.5 39.4 35.9
1,32 1,222 104 1,417 485 89 1,270 89.7 34.3 38.2 46.8 52.2 1938 Grand Trunk Western....------------- .....---- .---...1938 1,032 8,372 553 9,642 3,646 654 9,509 1.207 98.6 378 38.3 52.1 52.8
1,032 1,717 108 1,983 653 100 1,585 2 79.9 32.9 41.2 40.9 51.2 1937 1937 1,032 13,307 582 14,990 4,417 609 11,091 _2,033 74.0 29.5 39.8 38.7 52.3
1,307 2,800 192 3,197 811 178 2,458 277 76.9 25.4 3. 44.1 57.3 1938 Lehigh Valley ----------------------....................................1938 1,307 20,412 1,284 23,195 5,853 1,268 18,210 1,617 78.5 25.2 32.1 45
1,322 3,159 238 3,658 969 188 2,842 347 77.7 2.5 34.1 44.3 57.0 1937 1937 1:322 26:224 1,530 29,593 8,066 1,318 22,539 3:583 76. 27.3 35.8 42
11,077 15,016 310 22,891 6,659 1,347 18,394 971 80.4 29.1 36.2 43.3 53.9 1938 New York Central A/ ...........--..................... 1938 11,079 107,977 34,448 16l,834 49,952 9,386 133605 1,079 2.6 30.9 7.4 438
11,122 20,683 ,013 30,721 10,2 1,340 23,672 ,204 77.1 34.0 44.1 36.8 47.8 1937 1937 11,215 155:475 37,545 217,553 68,727 9,347 163,471 25,780 75.1 31.6 42.0 370 493
1,704 2,758 110 2,971 802 140 2,139 412 72.0 27.0 37.5 37.1 51.5 1938 New York, Chicago & St. Louis.....................1938 1,704 18,432 520 19,662 5,407 996 14,960 1,588 76.1 27.5 36.1 40.1 52.7
1,705 3,117 97 3,355 938 138 2,370 632 70.6 28.0 39.6 35.5 50.3 1937 1937 1,705 23,900 509 25,240 6,593 951 16,710 4,991 66.2 26.1 395 33.2 50
2,115 1,586 15 13 8Z 762 200 1,702 d 90.1 4o.3 44.8 41.4 46.o0 1938 Pere Marquette .........-------------- -------..............................-1938 2,115 11,914 570 13266 ,32 1,401 12,26 d 8 92.5 40.2 43. 47.
211 2300 156 2,b66 955 214 2,076 77.9 35.8 46.0 35.7 45.9 1937 1937 2,115 17,290 594 19,006 8 1:493 14:35 75.5 33.6.5 35.9 47.5
23 1062 42 1,14 47 187 1,001 181 8.8 41.5 4.2 37.1 42.3 1938 Pittsburgh & Lake Eie .......................... 198 23 6,320 8 6,928 ,176 1,310 6,924 416 99.9 4. 45.9 43.2 43.2
234 2011 63 2,133 87 156 1,596 546 74.8 41.0 5 .7 28.5 38.1 1937 1937 23 13:737 6 14,577 ,449 1.033 11,655 2,865 80.0 553 302 78
2,434 3,196 235 3,648 1,053 179 2,75 47 75.6 28.9 38.2 38.5 50.9 1938 Wabash -... .... .1938 2,434 19,312 1 ,89 22,318 6,787 1,2 5 18,649 d 24o 83.6 30.4.7 52.3
2,434 3,337 258 3,852 1,282 180 3,o14 413 783 33.3 42.5 36.9 7.1 1937 1937 2,439 2 :057 1,476 27:307 8,:13 1,248 20:759 76.0 30.8 5 37.4 49
Central Eastern Region:
6434 ,9'722 ,97 114325 ,10 611 8 210 1,850 7-5 27.4 7 .8 3. :1 1.2 193 Baltimore & Ohi ......................................... ...... 1938 6,441 61,880 6,182 72, 37 2 ,02 4,270 59,771 4 64 82.0 31.6 41.
6,451 12,403 1,220 14,20 4,888 602 11,106 1,933 77.0 33.9 .0 0 3 0 Z6.8 1937 1917 6,468 89,694 6,717 102, 32 3 ,35 4,212 77,285 15 :697 75.5 33.5.5 34
0 1,698 465 2,342 82 118 1,806 d 6 71.1 24.8 32.2 45.5 58. 1938 Central of New Jersey........... .... ... 1937 09 12,852 2,4 9 16,537 3,69 826 12,292 441 74 22. 0.0 46.0 61.
1 ,96 499 2,0 69 119 1951 7 5 7 .9 257 34.3 4.0 57. 197 1937 681 15.49 2, 47 19,394 4857 838 1389 1,700 71.4 25. 35.1 40.7 57.
927 871 120 1,111 00 50 883 46 79.5 270 4.0 41.9 52.7 193 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ............................----------1938 927 6,162 827 7,913 2,29 54 6,1 d 8.3 29.4 35. 43.2 51.
931 1,007 154 1,315 466 52 1,086 29 82.1 35.5 42.9 38.1 46.1 1937 1937 931 7,558 871 9,546 2,834 356 7:342 ~~7 76.9 29.7 38.5 37.9 49.3
435 713 9832 0 83 707 19 84.9 34.9 41.1 44.6 52.5 1938 Elgin. Joliet & Eastern----- ------------.............................. 1938 435 5,280 5,943 2,180 585 5,338 d 89.8 36.7 40.8 46.9 52.2
35 1,729 1,980 543 76 1,270 424 64.2 27.5 42.8 34.4 53.6 1937 1937 435 12:054 13,756 3,939 520 9,181 --',.- 66.7 28.6 42.9 34.9 52.4
394 497 1,748 2i0 433 98 1,432 293 61.2 1.5 30.2 40.8 66.6 1938 Long Island..................................... .............. ....193m 394 3,458 9,126 13,182 324 686 10,172 ___ 77.2 24.6 31.8 50.4 65.3
397 9 1,887 2,434 631 97 1,686 191 69.3 25.9 37.4 40.6 58.6 1937 1937 397 3,861 lO,O47 14,595 4,447 683 11,809 80.9 30.5 377 46.8
10,306 21,198 5,477 29,498 7 17444 2,149 20,235 5,015 68.7 25.3 6.8 36.7 3.4 1938 Pennsylvania............................................. ...1938 10,306 139,724 37,716 196,983 54,778 14,737 145,934 24,635 74.1 27.8 37.5 394 5.1
10,311 30,223 6,130 39,98 12,462 2,091 28,50b 7,322 71.3 31.2 43.7 35.1 49.-2 1937 1937 10,314 208,405 41,203 274,468 89,979 14,:67 204,390 44,:918 74.5 32.8 44. 35.3 47.4
1,451 3,035 259 3,460 887 262 2,689 647 77.7 25.6 33.0 45.6 58.7 1938 Reading........... ...............................938 1,452 23,870 1,856 26991 7,129 1,831 20,730 4543 76.8 26.4 34.4 44.
1,452 3,994 274 4,497 1,209 258 3,274 1,053 72.8 26.9 36.9 40.9 56.2 1937 1937 1:453 32,511 2,098. 36,265 9,158 1,808 24,508 8,980 67.6 25-3 37.4 37
Pocahontas Region:
3,102 8,107 266 8,15 2,378 690 5,061 2,519 58.1 27.3 47.0 25.2 4.5 1938 Chesapeake & Ohio................... -- ................ 193 3,102 1,614 1,805 55,489 17,599 4,843 36363 12,466 65.5 317 48.4 27.5 41.
3,106 9,851 323 10,608 3,116 690 5,992 3,738 56.5 29.4 52.0 22.7 4o.1 1937 1937 3:1o6 69,290 1,997 74,087 21,241 4,811 42,163 23,669 56.9 28.7 50.4 23.
2,200 5667 18 6,015 1,814 416 ,662 1,677 60.9 30.2 49.5 25.4 41.7 1938 Norfolk & Western ............................................. 1938 2,200 35,993 1,099 38,354 13,477 2,908 26,546 7,071 69.2 35.1 50.8 28.1 40.6
2,202 7,426 21 7,841 2,396 407 4.538 2,418 57.9 30.6 52.8 23.0 39.7 1937 1937 2,203 52,991 1,271 55,898 16,003 2,773 30,877 18,859 55.2 28.6 51.8 22.1 40.0
5,106 1,8 6 47 2,445 1,098 177 2,604 lo6.5 44-9 42.2 1.2 48.0 1938 Atlantic Coast Line .... ...... -...-1938 5,105 19,474 5,139 27,298 7,848 1,207 21,173 1,640 77.6 28.7 37.1 40.3 52.0
5,104 2,345 8 3,077 1,165 167 2,826 ~I 91.8 37.9 41.2 44.8 48.8 1937 1937 5,103 21,693 5,562 30,335 8,305 1,185 21,914 3,918 72.2 27.4 37.9 37.
1,927 964 112 1,174 401 1 1, 53 d 16 89. 34.2 38.1 44.9 50.0 1938 Central of Georgia...............................- 1938 1,927 6711 75 8,484 2,839 499 7,674 d 162 90.5 33. 37.0 46.1 51.0
1,927 1,150 146 1,411 513 66 1,229 61 87.2 36.4 4I.7 41.3 47.4 1937 1937 1,927 9,216 869 10,229 3,433 459 8,491 43E 83.0 33.6 40.4 39.8 48.0
4'951 6,036 78 7,2492 2,1574 1,175 74.1 301 40.7 376 193 Illinois Central .....................................-1938- 4,952 40,723 5,242 50,7218 14,911 3,787 3,563 6,140 76.8 29.7 38.7 40.4 52.6
4,957 ,469 852 7,952 2,831 510 6,353 785 79.9 35.6 44.6 37.2 46.6 1937 1937 4:961 46,072 5,656 56:647 18,:556 3:,652 45:567 6:,232 s0.4 32 4. 39.9 49.7
4,93 5274 66 6,257 2,034 364 4 828 971 77.2 32.5 42.1 37.6 4.7 1938 Louisville & Nashville. .................193 4,98 6,224 3,683 43075 14,584 2,527 34,820 4,203 0. 33.9 41.9 39.4 48.8
49 6379 o85 7,513 2,636 345 5,661 1,296 75.3 35.1 46.6 34.1 45.2 1937 1917 4,942 45,236 4,053 52,996 17,508 2,426 39,382 9,589 74.3 33.0 44. 34.6 46.6
31 2,110 267 2,620 1,146 1 0 d_ 1 99.2 43.8 44.1 43.9 44.2 1938 Seaboard Air Line..........................................9 -i8 4,3l8 18,081 3,302 23,712 8,112 1,190 19,984 871 4.3 34.7 40.4 39.2 46.5
4308 2342 36 3004 112 16 26 159 8.1 37.5 42.6 39.6 45.0 1937 1917 4o8 19995 3:538 2:079 8:368 1,128 20,211 3,115 77. 32.1 41. 35.7 46.1
6,602 782 7,177 2,154 26 5,171 1 61 72.1 2. 417 36.1 0-1 38 Southern----- .............................................. 91938 6607 39,374 5,039 4.,471 15,291 1,790 37018 4,631 76.4 31.' 413 3.2
6,640 6,463 971 8,092 2,702 260 5,983 1,166 73.9 33.4 45.2 34.8 47.1 1937 1937 6,64o 790 5,982 59,000 18,30 1,729 41379,8 1,434 70.4 31. 41 32
1,619 989 74 1,127 272 44 761 160 67.5 24.1 35.7 7 2 55.0 1938 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley.... .....................193i 1,619 6,767 471 7,755 1,790 313 5,517 741 71.1 23.1 2.5 41.4 58.2
1,619 981 99 1,158 355 4o 907 35 78.3 30.7 39.2 4.4 51.6 1937 1937 1,619 7,861 565 9, 043 2,251 285 6,302 1,373 69.7 2.9 35.7 37.7 54.1

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.
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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 JULY, 1938 AND 1937 FOR SEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH JULY, 1938 AND 1937

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Mainteance Traon
expenses, expenses,
1-- Net Oper- percent of percent of Net Oper- percent of percet o
Miles Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway ating
Miofle 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 i -
at close Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income cent) ating ating ating ating operated Freight gaer Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) atin atin a
of month nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex- r
o ont column nues penses nues penses column nues penses n
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) ) (f) (g) (h) (i) ( ) (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)

8, 391 5,229 $1,193 7,080 $2,657 $421 $6,001 $231 84.8 37.5 :44.3 39.8 46.9 1938 Chicago & North Western.....................1937 3 38,757 6,856 50843 23,046 2.900 47,729 d l.4 93.9 93.9 5.3 48.32 43.9
8,40 6,262 1,38 8,410 4,112 418 7,817 d 305 92.9 48.9 52.6 37.6 40.5 1937 6 ,o 6 42 42
,505 1269 47 1,411 435 45 1,083 62 76.7 30.8 40.2 38.4 50.0 1938 Chicago Great Western --...-.---- 155 8327 9,3,4547....... 719 d 4.1
1,505 1,4-18 1,562 47 1,173 108 75.1 30.3 40.4 37.3 1937 1 309 10,581 3,449 309 41 8
10,951 6,82. 7e5 83 2 48o 6,925 264 82.6 35.2 42.7 39.9 49.3 1938 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific.... 1938 10,95 43,331 4,373 52,83 1s,377 3,342 45,46 d 7 5.8 40
11,113 7,571 832 9,386 3,:54 456 7,702 507 2:1 37.8 46.o 37.5 45.7 1937 193 1,5 5:296 4,5 1,0 7 2,1 5o16 92. 2
15q,9 .3: 3 7. 1 4: 1.0 63 51 U 1: Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha.... 1938 164 7454 836 936 2849 343 ,018
,646 1,146 9 49 1,: 9 ~ 4. 1937 1937 8,7 8orthern .65 951 9,717 3,469 346 9,5 d 93. 357 38.1 5. 3 C
1:648 1,267 174 1,551 629 49 1,421 91. 5 4. is.2 st. 7a 13a s6e. Mar9. 2 .1 0 9 9 7
8,072 5,602 548 6,702 2 071 318 4,738 1,070 0.7 30.9 44.7 3 6.6 1938 Great Northern ........... .. .1938 8, 71 2,690 3649 11 2,171 2 1,378 0.4 31.4 9.1





6 30 5 8 0 : 1 1 4 :enver 2Rio rade e4e......................... 91 2,112 3 3 1 73 69.2 9 .
7 7 4 4,317 10 90.0 9 7 44.1 41.0 45.5 193 Northern Pacific- .........-......... 193 6,721 23,70 2,349 29,o41 11,249 1,979 27,031 d 47 93.1 3. 1.6
6,71 2,71 ,9o6-sn 01, 12 08 ..1 .......... .. .93 62 30,1 2 36,05 13, 1,881 30, 656 50, 66 43.1 3..
6,727 563 545 5,652 2,272 71 ,807 627 85.0 02 47.3 35. 42.1 1937 Central Western Region:
95 1,16 213 56 1 25 179 6 St. Louis Southern Lines............................................ 193 95 6,096 1,30 8,689 2,462 199 7,031 d 20 28 3

















957Texas&New orleans1 ,16-21-1,56*---- 401 25 1 ,079 136.6 1078 ;,o5 93o 11 2 o 61. 3 4.0 2.
956 1,190 205 1,6o4 513 30 1,192 15 7 35.5 7 1937 956 7:,034 1,33 974,8 2,798 2o6 7,29, 52. 73.3.3795
a500 6 1 16,97 297 1,8 o,4 ,232 4 42.4 29.8 49.7 193 Atchison. Topeka & Sant Fe / ................. 93 13,5 10 68,581 9 ,62 85,412 29,333 6,965 68 ,56 7,47. 3.3 3
13,562 15,927 1,785 18:,22 6,172 96. 12,428 ,559 66.0 3 .9 49.7 28.9 43.8 1937 193713,Z91 91,954 10:1 1 99,907 37,180 6,595 79,065 13,51N 791
2,970 7,731 994 9,513 2,,43 26 52907 2,47 62 25.6 41.2 30.6 49.2 1938 Chicago. Burlington & Quincy ........................ 1938 8,970 39,2o4 5,092- 49,741 15,363 2,952 3,366 3:,09 77.1 30.9 40.0
8,977 7,377 1,082 9,362 2,956 404 6,561 1,648 70.1 31.6 45.1 32:.5 46.3 1937 137 8977 ,678 5,293 55,863 18,719 2,811 3,37 77.9 3- ,3 .4
2,386 43.6 33, 46.6 1938 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ............... 1938 7,453 3,3832 4,325 41,628 14,412 2,425 36,011 d 18 6. 34.6 40.0 4
7,355 6,333 682 7,518 2,6 345 5,479 1,092 72.8 31.7 43.9 34:? 47.7 1937 1937 7,523 36,905 4,350 44,9148 16,043 2,369 38,463 23 85. 35.7 1.71
2,563 1,469 203 1 ,71 84 106 1,707 d 210 96.4 49.9 51. 8 38.1 39.5 19398 Denver & Rio Grande Western .......................... 1938 2.569 10,086 837 11,597 5;307 718 10,978 d 94.7 45

7 b/239 13,707 5 3 10313 1443 77." 27.4 36.4 3 9.2 52.1 1938 Southern Pacific Company Southern........... 193 8,714 65,1 1297 6,27 2642 3,894 72145 710 3.6 30.6 36.7mhip Lin.
9.909 10,011 1,so6 12,881 4,,78 609 9,0,9 1,884 70.5 29.3 41.6 32.9 46.6 1938 Union Pacific .......................... 1938 9,910 58,665 9,403 75,181 21,952 4,264 504 5,737 75.529
9,911 10,950 1,823 14,019 4,43 559 10,341 1,755 73.8 32.0 43.4 32:.9 44.7 1937 Southwestern Region: 1937 9,915 71,617 9,619 89,177 30,102 3,911 69,32 7,087 77.7 33.8
3, 2 9 210 3,105 1,o 99 272 369 7322 32 7 .7 32.o 4 193893937 3,294 15,3 1,333 18,380 5,3 691 13,768 1,996 74.9 28.2 37.6 3
7,173 6,840 451 7,893 2,521 364 2,576 1,398 70.6 31.9 3 9 5.2 32. 46.o 193 Missouri Pacific.......... ..... ............. .............. 1938 7,174 37,923 2,898 44,971 15,567 2,52 Z6,843 1,996 al.9
7,171 7,629 537 8,790 2,770 347 1,26 3,031 69.7 31.5 45.2 32.2 46.2 1937 1937 7,171 6,3 5 3,225 53,900 17,575 4 1,:108 7,233 76.3
'2884 3,170 305 772 1,255 261 3,263 151 86.5 41.2 47.7 37.6 43.4 1938 St. Louis-San Francisco ................................ 1938 4,885 20,020 1,900 24,034 10,059 1,823 22,132 d 610 92.1 41.9 45.4
4,927 3,905 343 N595 1: 57 263 3,578 1,491 77.9 36.1 46.3 35.5 45.6 1937 1937 4,927 24,572 2,153 29,276 10,774 1,835 23,873 3 81.5 36.8 45.1 3
1,706 1,377 28 1,464 427 52 1,144 62 78.2 29.1. 373 37.r 48.0 1938 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ...................... 1938 1,706 9,766 162 10,358 2,922 363 7,856 687 75.8 28.2 374
1,706 1,542 33 1,653 623 50 1,328 291 80.:4 37.7 6.9 33.4 41.5 1937 1937 1,746 11,603 193 12,317 4,253 351 9,366 1,152 76.0 34.5
416 2,739 326 3,341 1,118 134 2,695 181 80 3 41.5 373 46.2 193 Texas & New Orleans ....................................... 1937 1 4,2 19,739 1,956 23,670 8,95 931 2,O 19 18870 32.
4,421 2,990 340 3,652 1,247 133 2,933 173 80.3 34:1 42.5 36.8 45.9 1937 1937 4:426 23,157 2,090 27,322 995 931 20,753 2,912 76..
,95 1,863 217 2 24 676 loo 1: ;66 70.3 30.1 42 31.a 45.3 193S Texas & Pacificc ........................ 1938 1,937 12 136 1,439 14,813 4147 697 10,545 2,344 71.2 28.0


'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 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
b Includes returns for Southern Pacific steamship Lines.
_Deficit or other reverse items.