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 V


Subject to revision 3 1262 08730 9430 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION stt No.. -

UNIV. OF FL LII. BUREAU OF STATISTICS AUGUST, 193
O9CUMENTS DEP-

,*. 0 OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES OF LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-SELECTED ITEMS FOR ROADS WITH ANNUAL OPERATING REVENUES ABOVE $25,000,000.

U.S. LtrP U T FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST, 1938 AND 1937 FOR EIGHT MONTHS ENDED WITH AUGUST, 1938 AND 1937

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, ______ ________ ______________________ expenses, expenses.
M-ile -- -TNet Oper- percent of percent of Net Oper- percent of percent of
of riad Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway ating
operated ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, andcyear miles ation in- oper- ratio
operat close Passen- All eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
of month Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating atig ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating atng
nance ceding rave- ex- rave- ex- nance ceding rave- ex- rave- ex-
column 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) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (as)
(Ioney items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)
?oon,313 22154,757 33,9i8 281,,898 i 85,10 115, 255 o205,635 01,1314 72.9 30.2 41. : 35.9 149.3 193 Total-Roads listed herein..................................1938 200,182 i,1571,406 2 2,004,910 630,70 2429 3 1,9880 133,752 79.5 31. 6 0. .6
"00,97o 253,725 38,6 1 318,380 106,038 14908 240,694 42,o114 75.6 33.3 44.1 35.9 17.5 1937 1937 201,1142 2,011,333 27 ,1 2,195,7714 805,229 118,223 1,879,731 34,120 75.3 32 36.1 48.0
New England Region:
1,955 2,275 688 3,443 853 134 2,465 460 71.6 24.8 34.6 o40.4 56.4 1938 Boston & Maine--..........................---1938 1,959 17,27 4,729 26,058 7,419 1,077 20,685 1,318 79.4 28.5 35.9 44.1 55.5
1.959 2,510 71441 3,771 1,27 135 2:963 339 78.6 32.3 41.1 0.0 50.9 1937 1937 1,961 22, 65 5,017 31,899 9,098 1,073 23,156 4,727 72.6 28.5 39.3 37.8 52.1
2025 3107 2,390 6,138 1,914 287 14,836 277 78.8 31.2 .6 40.4 51.2 1938 New York, New Haven, & Hartford.--............1938 2 02 24,443 17,322 46815 14,971 2,266 ,794 216 82.9 32.0 38.6 2.8 51.7
2.039 3572 2,458 6,737 299 278 5,679 2 84.3 37.1 0 39.8 47.2 1937 1937 23 31,33 17,553 54,868 16,897 2,262 ,27 92 76.9 3.8 38.3 9.7
S1 Great Lakes Region:
S7 51 87 12 222 77.3 27.8 360 41.0 53.0 193 Delaware & Hudson..................................... 1938 831 11,95 7660 3,735 698 10,67 1,8 79.9 28.0 35.0 43.0 53.
983 1,383 114 1o3767 19 71937 H o51937 830 15,691 794 1 706 13,816 2,239 80.3 36.5 45.4 35.8 4.6
986 2 4109 50 3,439 1,035 205 2986 4 6.8 30.1 34.6 50.4 58.0 1938 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western................... 1938 986 20,436 4,59 28,390 7,476 1,6 23,709 938 3.5 26.3 31.5 50. 60.3
986 2661 617 3735 1270 208 3366 6 90.1 314.0 37.7 50.1 55.6 1937 1937 985 25,99 4,692 34,o00o4 8,940 1,678 26,285 4,159 77.3 26.3 34.0 44.5 57.5
2,2 6111 1,97 309 4,816 440 78.8 32.5 41.2 9.3 9.8 193 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) ................. 1938 2,276 36,95 3,294 43,71 14,664 2,97 36,792 370 4.2 33.5 39.9 42.9 50.9
177 :0 5 7,158 2,210 317 5,335 1,110 74:5 30.9 41.14 37 50.3 1937 1937 2,282 9,690 3,568 57,771 16,135 2,541 40,715 10,750 70.5 27.9 39.6 36.1 51.3
1. 032 ,9 100 1,8 562 1, d 9. 11 4.6 41.1 14 50 1938 Grand Trunk Western -- ----- : ---------------------19 1032 11,026 14,20 3 .70 5 52.5

Al; 3^ 22 3:5l r6 6 786 m l it:i : I4:4 45:5 ^: 197 l oe &Oo 19; lZ***1*- 16 12 59 1 8 1 7 1 9
1,032 1,579 125 595 19819 1,140 2 0 713 37. 39.7 4 52.1 1937 c entral 7o? 1937 1,032 14,86 3,0 1 15,013 12,5 38 75.1 23. 39. 43.3 52.

21 1081 52 279 1; 7 77 : 3: 30 5 1937 192 612 17 37 3,7 2,8 ,1 6 186 2,7 1,795 78.. 25.6 32.2 414.7 50.0
1,307 2,732 1 868 17 2,5 7 135 81.1 28.1 34.6 4 .1 514. 1938 Lehigh Valley.....-------------------... 1938 1,307 2 53 9 2,8 6,721 1,6 171 72.9 25.2 36 5
1,32 1 3,:08 230 3,:5_ 975 1_35 24 79 7 29.7 34.5 33.: 57.0 1937 1937 1:322 29,312 1,760 33,139 9,015 1,504 25,37 ,835 76.6 27.3 35.6 3. 55.



77 6 17 200 l 774 82 72.9 397 44.6 38.7 514. 1938 NEow Joliet t ern 1938 215 6,116 1.61 a/ -- --1,029 a 7 9.1 39.7 4-.6 4-.1 17.3
,321 3,088 29075 7 6 2,835 22 7399 1: 7.31 46.1 34.7 54.0 1937 1937 215 13,5 1 21,5 5 7 17 16,472 3.3o5 76. 34.1 44.7 36.0 57.
11,077 17,087 4,980 25,075 7,512 1,34 19,1150 2,308 76.3 30.0 3.2 39.1 4 1. 1938 New York Central / ----------------....................................-1938 2 5 ,8 8,0 7 1 7 8 3
1 ,1 2 69 5,912 3 .29 5 1,3147 3 1,476 3,210 77.6 33.50 3 1. 9 1937 1937 7 2 35 131 4, 7 1 6,57, 0 7 ,8128 1 112 75. 14. 6,941. 33. 3.
,714 3,85 0 ,520 829 610 2,57 680 67. 29.4 7. 35 1. 1938 New Yaorke. hiago St. Louis ......... 198 1,701 1,4 ,2 64,5 6, 5 ,0 36 1 12 2,167 31. 232 3.
1,705 31 5386 10 3,615 992 139 2 ,137 8 57. 2.1 4 .17 3 3.1 4 1937 1937 1,056 22,28 616 845 11 0 19,21 8, 536. 2
2,112 1,820 41 2,127 787 200 1,7104 82 82.9 37.0 2 4. .6 . 41.0 1938 CPre Marquettea 1938 2,115 14 732 7013 15,39 6,116 1,31 114,102 74 91.1 39.7 0. 5. .
11 2 2,2 1 ,0 9987 309 1. 37.1 5.6 3. .9 1937 1937 2,115 19,53 714 21:9 7,371 1,705 15,72 1, 76.3 35 1
23 1,217 11 1,302 500 187 1, 267 80.7 38.14 147.6 34. 2 42 .14 1938 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie 193 7 .........7 ............... 44,0 ,676 1,497 7,94 682 96.9 429.7 3.1 4. 5
231 1 ,2 ,873 61 1:998 79 15 1,59 5147 73.1 35 .6 31.9 143.6 1937 1937 2314 1560 1,67 16;875 7,218 1,8 8,116 312 79.1 12 .6 3 0.5 38. 14
155 1,735 8 31 9 1937 1937 P 15 I 2 4
2,434 2,916 182 3,322 1025 180 2,685 66 80.8 30.8 8.2 40.7 :3 1938 Wabash. .-.......--............................... ----------- 19 214314 22,229 1,571 25,6141 7,811 1,135 21,331 30 66
2,314 3,2718 239 3,767 1,13 18 3,199 141 4.9 38.2 5.0 39 5 .9 1937 1937 2,139 27,331 1,715 31,0714 9,852 1, 8 23,958 3,1 7. 29. 3. 4 5. Z
194', 13 B Ohio 1938 6 440 71,7514 7,072 814, 26.407 14 S80 68:4 6,001 80-9 31.3




3 21 371813 1 0 ,7 ,623 7.85 9 5. 3759 50. 193 enoadAnia .... .....,0 ..6 0
6:3.1 29,528 180 11,928 6:12,10 1,, 2,3572 71.5 33.2 15.595 35 : 19371 193793 6:1166 102,215 7,3817 81, 38,811 145811 23 2 18,055 75-.0 3 32
710 ,716 5217 238:5986 98 11 1,810 97 75.3 21.3 32.3 843.5 59.1 1938 Central o ew Jersey.----.--...---- 1938 70P9 2,114,568 3 017 1891 14,2 913 11,102 ,310 714.1 2622.7 30.3 4.8 61.5.
1 182 2 1119 1 3 76.7 27. 35. 4. 5. 1937 1937 117,313 3,168 21,986 5,570 96 15,837 1,7932 25. 3.2 11. 56.9
927 880 117 1,133 31 50 909 51 80.3 2.0 314.8 2.1 52.5 193 Chicago & 1937 97 7,087 913 9, 2,66 5o13 7 .9 2. 35. 3. .









10,00 19 4 39 1938 Chrfolk & WEstern. Il i ----.-- -.-.-------195 2156
931 1,2 169 ,320 3 52 1,023 77.5 29.1 37.5 .9 .2 1937 1937 93160 1, 9 1, 26 1 29
435 86 976 329 771 100 79.1 3.7 42.7 7 51. 1938 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern 1938,847-- 1435---2 ,3 6,23126 76,919 2,509 668 6,1094 0 51
143 1 2072 ,56 67 1,321 444 3.7 3 42.8 342 53. 1937 1937 1435 13,875 15,28 4,505 597 10,502 3,907 6.1 28. 3.8 5.
3914 1 1,719 2,:284 468 978 1,15478 181 64.7 20. 5 31.6 112.5 65.7 1938 Long Islandi ----.-- ...------ ..- 1938 391, 3,895 1,875 ,1166 3,-707 78- 11,3650 125 79.13 23.0 31.8' 7 112. 65.
397 117 18 2, 2205 637 97 1,710 139 1 265 37.2 419 58.9 1937 1937 397 3 000 5 780 110. 5.
67.81937 ,91 3 03 59 70 151 1 79.9 32 9
10,3o6 22,1915 22 30,6207 ,9117 170 2,62 a 6.6 2.o 4:. 3Z:9 0 1938 Pennsylvania........ -,7 ---- -----_-- 193 4,31 2,9343 1961 2lo,2 75 : o:6 36-3 2:3 60; 66.R
10,306 2,125 5 9,629 13,1 31 2,127 28:71 -2: 62.8 7 .2 3 43.5 3 44.6 1937 1937 10,313 238,333 104:3lo 312095 103,1 43 16,5 23,302 33,13 7. 3 .
1, 311 2,28 2 86 2 27 2 20 2 9 269 .0 3.49 1938 P:enny i1958 16,1 33 627 ,9 1,6 6 310
1,452 3,878 295 4;,378 1,258 2586 3,3L99 1,0 76.3 28.7 37.6 :.4 455.5 1937 1937 1.14 5452.638 2,390 1 671086. 1,141 2,066 21R7,85097 1,81 68.54 56 3 71 .1 35. 48:
Pocahontas Region:
3 102 ,849 251 9,1489 2,791 690 25 809 5. 29.14 50-1 24.2 412 1938 Chesapeake & Ohio ---------------------- -1938 3102 60,1463 205 64,978 2,0 33 1,36 2 7 61.5 3.1 11.6 27.0 14.9
31:6 10,097 31 10,57 3,2 692 6 8 3, 526. 29.14 51-86 23,0 4o05 1937 1937 3.616 79,387 2,313 84,9 214,33 5:50 48,331 27,571 56.9 28.8 50.6 3.2 11.7
2,202 7,891 227 8,331 2,43 1410 14739 2,7 5. 2.9 52.6 22.7 39.9 1937 1937 2,203 60,:81 1,119 6, 18,15 3.81 35,1 2, 5 2-. ..2 .9o.9
Southern Region:
5,106 2,373 308 3,011 1,205 1 2,750 914 91.14 411 0 143.8 142. 146.3 1939 Atlantic Coast Line ----_---------_..-------------------- 1939 5,105 21,8147 5,44147 30,30Z 9,2 1,3814 2 53,924 1,731478.9 29.9 37.871105 29.3
1,155 45 48 1937 1937 5103 23,963 5,971 33,31 9 1352 24 5 3 975 71 3.8 .
1,927 98 10. 1,202 108 1 1,055 52 87.8 33.9 34:. 13.7 19.8 1938 Central of Georgia- ..... ------ ---------------- -19 1,927 78 6 696 32 57 7299 33.1
1,927 6 121 d 2 0 7 .455 1937 1937 1,927 9,261 1, 0 1,59 4 5205 9,732 -.7 814.3 37:



14,318 2 191 270 2 ,745 1, 171 17 0 2, 652 Al--- 9. 96.6 12 141..2 11. 9 1114.14 1938 Seaboard Air Line _--------------------------------------- 1-31937 14,318 20,2Z2 3,572 26:57F 9,3143 1, 361 22,636 755 85.6 35
64,08 67 385 2,931 1211 6 2,098 145 0 1744.1 1937 1937 143081 22,262 924
6674o 64,178 959 8,1 70, 75.2 33.8 1450 35.5 47.1 1937 1937 6,,941 67,1 O 21, 1214 2,09 47 ,197 11,501 71. 1 5
1,619 1,83 107 1,273 329 1 9 135 3713 25.8 36. 39.0 5:. 19371937 1,619 1',9 10,316 2,679 3 0 1,89 69.9 2:. 35.8 37.8 23-.
4"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."
g/ Includes Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
Deficit or other reverse items.
(Over)












Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION AUGUST,1
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 AUGUST, 1938 AND 1937 FOR EIGHT MONTHS ENDED WITH AUGUST, 1938 AND 1937

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Tr ns
____________ ___________-______ ---I---expenses, expenses, expenses, pene
Net Oper- percent of percent of Net Oper- 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- 0per- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- 0per- O
at close Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating atin operated Freight Per Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) atng atng a
of month nance ceding revs- ex- reve- ex- nance cedolumn Ues penses
column nues penses nues penses nues p
(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:
,91 ,86 O19 8 7 9 2 2,77 421 :,222 551 80. :1 4:. 1.6 37.7 47.1 1939 Chicago & North Western................. 13 -,9-3--9-757....... .... 0 29 1751,211 $20,71 ,l 83,37 $4 705 d 261 91.92" 39. :. .
8,0 6,555 ,62 5 3,81 421 7698 d 130 90 9 49.9 389 42. 1937 1937 a ,313 8,1 59311 26, 21 55 93.51 43
S1,505 5 1 76 : 1 3. : :. 1938 Chicago Great Western ............... .................... 19 9771 315 10 81.9






4 2 ^g 16 ,562 34o 10 1,921 28 75-0 28. 38.8 51.7 1938 Minneapolis. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 198 ,298 13,308 785 I .42 5,327 820 1,848 a 880 89.8 39:5 .5
41,505 ,o 153 ,799 822 97 2013 41 717.9 29. 41 0 36.8 512 11937 937 ,301 15.906 929 10,340 5,907 785 1r763 0 d 10 8. 32.2 7.0
6 951 8,356 495 69,921 31,914 84 7,494 1,50 769.65 329.7 42 31.3 465.9 1938 Chicagern Milwaukee, St Paul Pacific- -.. --. 19 10,97 51,687 5,121 62,776 21,773 2,263 31,5 1,103 83.7 31 41.7 4.1. 49.






0,975 51 7 ,3 2*^5 7 ^ggg 1g2 76.0 33.9 44.6 45 3 cera western Region: 1937 65727 35,503 35175 1 13 837
11,113 ,059 829 9833 3 30 7,720 915 781.3 35.1 43. 385 46.6 1937 1937 11,953 5 1170,900 25,559 330 57,67 5,783 81. 36.0 3.9
1646 1,5168 1,734 1,982 4,806 1,0109 1,362 2,151 7.6 31.47 46.7 37.6 50.1 193 Chicago. St. Paul Minneapolis & Omaha.... 1938 1, 79,0349 ,4975 10 ,86 ,626 79.3 31.3 3.
1:645 15996 1729 1,888637 6435 9697 50 1,522 10 8.6 337 519 35.3 1. 1937 1937 13,64 93,630 11,870 11,5 43, 7,5 91,6 1, 353 798 3.14 .7 34 .
8,072 8 6978 16 9,700 2.499 428 5,6084 1,726 66.5 28.4 42.7 31.8 7.8 1938 Great Northern, Burlington & Quincy---..................-....... 198 8,970 46,1802 ,102 49 1,91 ,380 44,21 5 ,45 75 30.5 40.4
,093 9,2 53 65 6719 2, 38 5477102 3,171 56.6 24.7 44.2 38.3 4.9 1937 1937 ,52093 52,437 5,382 5 61,8 17,354 2,47079 43.940 14,503 5. 35.7 42..6 4
297 21864 12648 2,1562 7489 10 1,822 18 75.8 422 49.1 36.2 4251.17 193 Minneapolis St. Paul & Sault Steern arie 1938 2,568 11,9308 98 1 6 ,202 820 13,800 d 198 4 9 73 4529 489. 1 2.6
23057 2,043 178 2347 1,35 98 2,135 99.5 57.7 58.0 38.2 38.4 1937 1937 :3576 15,90 929 1,:34098 5,907 7675 16,22763 9 8 53.5 .2.





86,7 11 3358 1,998 14,686 58 5 10,473 2,252 71.3 24. 342.3 .6 54.1 1938 Southern Pacific Company /................. 198 8,714 76,6 14,894 100,960 30,03 ,446 82,5618 2,962 81.8 29.7 36.4 4.3
903 12228 1,66122 1, 399 25 1, 4 72 30.0 8.4 4.1 .2 1938 Alton ............ .............................1938 9,909 70,80 ,653 190,29018 26,5 4,87 66,700 8,396 7.9 29.4 9.8





99115 11,830 19005 1, 520 1,044 2,899 671 278 4134 31.2 475. 1937 1937 9915 83,:1 11,519 104,152 34,59 4,48236 79,36500 9,98657 75.2 32.9 .0 37. .
3,500 1,16 1734 2 375 06 77 1,010 1,92390 2,19 81.0 32.6 40.2 38.1 47.1 9 3 1938 AtohMissouri-Kansas- Topeka & Snt Fe/ ...--.. 198 3,294 14,949 1,42613 1,12 ,701 884 15,012 146 82.6 314 38. 4
13,5294 2,776 192 2,2 845 969 2,395 287 72.7 29.U 40.4 34. 47.3 1937 1937 3,294 179,9 1,525 21,5 ,629 790 15,863 2,284 74.6 28.4 38.0
,970 6,9790 482 ,789 2,56399 423638 587 1,76 66.5 236.5 46.47 31.8 47. 1938 Chicago,ur lington & Quincy............1938 8,9174 43,94182 3, 5,9 18,163 2,918 42,68 2,60 81.5 34.9 4 3 4.7





7,97 7 ,888 518 8,o61 2,778 352 ,14 1,oo4 75.7 34.5 45.5 3. 45783 1937 1937 7,171 53.213 3:3 619 86 20,361 2,788 47,11 8,237 76.2 32.8 4317.
7,355 5,1485 63 6,270 ,3567 261 3,23387 19821 88.4 42. 4.3 38.80 45.9 1938 Chicago Rock Island & Paci ficsco.... .. 1938 4,885 23,168 2188 27,751 11,626 2,77084 25,419 a 489 91.6 41.9 0.7 4










4,897 3,526 349 4:221 1,574 263 33604 372 85.4 39.6 46: 38.8 45.5 1937 1937 4 1923 201099 2 7503 33,497 12,447 2,098 27,477 7 82.6 37.2 13
706 15,53 65 3 182 576 50 1,270 303 6 98 6 3.6 4.4 2 9.5 42.4 1937 1937 7,57412 1 3,313 227 5,002 514,166 14,8 ,707 3,940 2,503 5. 3.2 4. 4
2,56 2,914 318 3530 1, 133 2,6682 d 18 5.6 30.2 40.9.1 36.2 4. 193 Denver & Rio Grand Western ..... .................. 1938 4,568 22,65 2,2 27,199 9,148 1,82 21,856 1,333 .4 3
4,421 3,228 351 3,896 1,332 98 2,33115 799 34.2 42.8 38.2 38.6 1937 1937 425 26,38 2 3l 10,316 1058 23,88 3,198 76.5 300 3.0 43.2







9 1730 207 2,108 59 1,482 4 70.3 28.1 40. 33.0 47.0 1938 Texas & Pacific Company. ---------- 198 1,97 1 866 1,646 16,921 4,740 7 2 2, 1 28.0 1.
9,903 12,228 1,661 15,108 14,623 609 10,1, 2,659 67.5 30.6 45.3 29.6 4. -8 1938 Union Pacific Co.pany --_--.....................1938 9,-9 70,893 11,0. 9,7 0,20 26,50 14730 66,0 8,36 7 3-.9 29.4. 39.8 3

,937 2,057 266 2,519 77 974 1760 7 29.9 308 44. 30.4 473.5 1937 1937 3,294 17,939 1,829 21,22 029 790 1,6 3,96 74 28.6 4
7,17 990 4-2 7 024. 2,563 363 52 6 78 7 365 46 4 3: 49 1938 Missouri Pacific ....................... 193 7174 43,94 3390 94 18135 GOVERNMEN PRTIG OF 3
7,171 6:,88 518 8,061 2,778 352 2:10Z 1,004 75.7 314.5 45 5 3 1 458 1937 1937 7,171 53,213 3,7143 9 62 20,353 2,788 47,211 8,2 76.2 32.




a4 Inouee Atohison, Topeka anta Fe, ulf Colorado & Santa Fe and Panhandle & Santa Fe; also Fort Worth Rio rande (Le9 1938 St. L ouis-San Francido Santa Fe) for periods subsequent to Marh 1, 1937.2,1 27,51



SIncludes returns for Southern Pacifio Steamship Lines.
38, 4.5 1937 1937 4,23 099 2,503 33, ,97 12,1447 2,098 27477 8F 12.0
1,06 1, 3 3 2Z 1477 499 52 1,149 115 77.8 3J.8 43-1. 33.3 42.8 1938 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ..........................193 1,76 11,14.9 191. 11,85" 3,421 1- 9,005 8. 71 28.9 38.0 3
176 1,0 3 1,824 576 50 1,270 303 69 3.6 45.4 29.5 4274 1937 1937 1,701 13,39 227 114,14. 42,82 40 4 1,463 1,452 75. 1. 2 45. 4 3.
4,416 21,914 318 3,530 17,0 92 2,668 39 75.6 30.9 0 9 3746.6 18 Texas & New Orleans ................................................ 1938 7,1 13,313 92 14,1418 ,22 0 ,,,655 95-,1
14,421 3,228 351 3,96 1,332 13,115 38 79.9 34..? 1937 1937 14415 2 65 2,1 321 1,31 1,058 23,88 319 74
1,937 1,730 207 2,108 593 100 1,482 364 70.3 28.1 40 33.0 47.0 1938 Texas & Pacific .......................................... 1938 1,97 13,866 1,646 16,921 14740 72,027 2,708 1.1 28.0

"Net railway operating incomem is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent.'
a 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.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Deficit or other reverse Items.