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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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA UNIV. OF FL LI.

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ubject to revision 3 1262 08730 9588 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION s4 I..IIi.J
BUREAU OF STATISTICS SEPTEMBER, 193
U.3. DE POTOeRY

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 SEPTEMBER, 1938 AND 1937 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER, 1938 AND 1937
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
Sexpenses, expenses, expenses, expenses,
Kiles 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 oloee Passen- All cluded 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 ating ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating
nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column 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) (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)
200,300 231,9'?3 3ll2 I289,015 7,F327 15,190 *08,282 !44,780 72.1 30.2 41.9 353 : 1 8.9 1938 Total-Roads listed herein ....... 1938 200,461 1,806,351 $287,574 2,293,922 $717,801 8 136,614 81,800,160 178,530 78.5 31.3 39.
200,950 258,347 36,479 322.465 101,772 15,022 2351489 51,270 73.0 31.6 43.2 35.2 48.2 1937 1937 201,132 2,269,680 312,642 2,g18,240 907,005 133,241 2,115,222 397,386 75.1 32.2 42.9 36.0
1,955 1,923 92 2,97 1,103 133 2,671 2 :9.8 37-1 1 41.3 50-7 193.8 E RBost on Maine -o........... .... ...........198 1,9 196 5 1111 29
1,959 2,518 77 3,780 1,151 135 2,895 1I9 76.6 30.5 39.8 39.7 51.9 1937 19;7 1.961 2 10g 1208 236,52 5:136 73.0 28.7 39.3 38.0 521
l'S8: LJ, 1 111 4.? 3 60.7 53.1 1 4: 394 1938 New York, New Haven, & Hartford./ 1938 2,023 8 18 25 190 146 862 .0
20034 3.713 2 7.012 ,675 5.74 30 10.9 35.1 43.4 38.4 47.5 1937 e L eg 1937 2,035 351050 20,052 a1,9,1362 2,538 47:88 1E 77.4 31.3 10.4 38.3 :
831 1,565 117 1,774 6 8 7 1 6 320 73.6 26i 36.1 39.1 53- 1 1938 Delaware & Hudson.... ....... ............. .1938 831 13,517 881 15,134 4,211 785 11,984 1,769 79.2 27.8 35.1 4.5 53.7
831 1,790 133 2,013 896 8 1,806 92 89.7 44.5 49.6 37.2 41.5 1937 1937 830 17,481 927 19,217 7,175 794 15,622 2,330 81.3 37.3 4:5.9 36.0 44.3
986 2,625 57 3,663 935 205 2,940 254 80. 25.5 31.8 48.2 60o.0 1938 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western.................1938 986 23,062 5,016 32,05 8,411 1,852 26,650 1,192 8.1 26.2 31.6.1 60.
986 2,76 5 8 3,878 1.038 208 3,.110 339 80. 26.8 33.4 47.4 59.1 1937 1937 985 28,264 5,300 37,880 9,978 1,886 29:395 4,498 7 .6 26.3 339 -4.8 57.
2,27? 27 2 7 3 : 1 :0 : 1938 Erie (including Chicago & Erie)................1938 2,276 42,280 683 876 16,62 2,806 1,591 2283.4 33.4 0.1 2. 50.7
2,277 5837 450 2,078 317 5143 983 751 30 404 51.4 1937 1937 2,282 55,527 ,08 64,614 18.213 2,858 45857 11,733 71.0 28.2 39.7 36. 51.3
1,032 1,301 75 ,149 53 9 119 89 1 47 1.03 479 :? :1. 1:938 Grand Trunk Western -- ......-- ........ 18 52 7477 8 14 1273 l 98.0 38.1 38.9 580 .
161 9 -3 7 9 56 3 3 17 53.8 719 39.7 1,.!
1,287 3,0 182 345 912 179 2,623 368 76.1 26.5 34.: 4.20 551: 193 Lehigh Valley ------.................... --- ..... 938 1,35 26,173 1,631 29,732 7,63 625 ,3 211 78. 25 7 32.
1320 3,6 234 3780 9 195 2,03 5 71.1 24.9 33.5 .4 57.2 1937 1937 1,322 32, s 1995 36,919 9,980 1,689 28177 4,3 o4076. 35 1. 5.9
11,077 17,565 5,119 25,802 8,125 1,3 111,875 2,19 77.0 .315 4 9 37 5 19 3 New York Central- -..... -...................1938 11,078 142,629 44, 547 212,710 65,589 12,074 172,619 5,58081.2 30.8: 2.7
11,110 20761 5998 30,603 10,659 1,34 2,17 316 788 34.8 4.2 37.5 4 1937 1937 11,215 197,105 49,455 278,5 9,72 12,038 21,07 32,155 75.8 37.2
1,704 303 76 3 816 1 2,178 6 67.3 2h.2 37.5 347 51 1938 Now York, Chicago & St. Lois ............193 1,704 24,6 668 26,102 7,041 1,276 19 20 3. 38.7 2.
1,705 3,21 105 3,4 918 139 2,327 660 67.5 26.6 39.5 34.0 50.:4 1937 1937 1,705 30,498 720 32,305 8,503 1,229 21,;474 6,498 66.5 26.3 39.6 33.3 50.0
1 19 17 3 7 3 9: 52 3 47 193 1 r9 21 5, 1: 15 ,8 1. 3 16 1
2,11 2,115 68 2,0 9 15 1 73 319 752 32. 4. 19 Pere Marquette-................1937 2,115 9 71 1,800 1 38
2,116 2.361 99 29 212 2,73 31 7.5 36.2 35. .6 1937 2,5 21,9 97 24,237 8,327 1,916 18,514 31 35.9
123 1, 3 1,1421 1 8 170 7 36.14 146.14 3.4 1.441.7 1938 PiYttsburgh & Lake Erie .................. 1938 1 14 110.2 a2.
9 2,00 204 1,57 7 7 391 52.6 .7 39.9 1937 1937 234 17,555 522 18,655 7,972 1,639 1',661 3,988 7.6 2.7 5 3.3
2,434 2,965 209 3 42 1,008 179 2665 83 i 77. 29.1 193 W as -..-.............................................4 25,194 1780 29,073 8,820 ,64 23,999 9 82.5 30.3 36.8 42.8 51.9
C3pbrz9oo37nCentral Eastern Region: 1937 2,1438 30,670 1.955 3,n 11.099 1,607 2, l6 3,31342 7..a37-777
2.43l 3e339 239 3.84 1,248 179 3,038 281 79. 32.6 1.1 a6 5 1937 Ct Eastern Region: 1937 leso 30,670 1955 34,99 N99 1:607 2 99 1al
6,431 n o1 .o16 1260 .39 602 ,1 9 2 71 2 68 6 26 9 5. : 193 Baltimore & Ohi ......................1979 7,97 2 29 2 5 2 76,994 8716 79 38.7
710 1 875 418 2,175 6701 11 1,794 60 72.2 21.:2 33 .5 4 J 5 :19 1938 Central of New Jersey...... ......... ... 1938 16,443 3,434 3 2427 4 879 1,O61 15,896 141 74.2 2281 30.6 404 61.2
927 .930 114 1, 202 313 50 909 111 75.6 26.0 34.4 39.6 523 1938 Chicago & Eastern Illinois -. 1938 927 7 972 1, 1027 2 958 8,410 5582.1 28.9 5.2 .7 50
931 1,054 137 1,347 393 52 1,032 150 76.6 29.1 38.0 38-.3 50.0 1937 1937 931 9,615 1,177 12,213 3,611 6 9,397 891 76.9 29. 3
435 891 1,060 304 83 764 191 72.0 28.14 9J. 39.1 51-3 1938 Elgin. Joliet & Eastern ... 1938 435 7,008 7,980 2,8117 6,873 86.1 97
4 1,71 1,95 567 79 1,303 382 6:5 29:0 35.2 52.9 1937 1937 435 15,593 17,786 5,072 75 11,805 3,789 66.4, .5 4
396 1,10 2,046 98 17 d11 76.6 27.7 36.1 47.o 61.1 1938 Long Island........... ............. ....... 1938 394 443 17,512 4,27Z 882 13,217 12 1 214.14 3
3,o 1:9 1,3 80.3 30.0 37.5 4 7. 4 59.2 1937 1937 396 1:795 13,363 064 5,701 877 15,172 3 79 2.9 37.: 9 -9 58.1
10,306 23,332 5,63 32,047 8,2714 2,162 21 203 6,512 66.2 25.8 0 348 193 n...........................36 15,40 71 19,077 7 900 36 768 72.4 4.
10,311 29,2 ,308 39,28 1 9 27477 7,250 70.0 31.5 45.0 339 48.14 1937 1937 10,313 267, 0 53,6 353,343 115,516 18,696 260,778 5,7440 73.8 32.7 3. .
O11 3,556 25 13001 1008 262 2868 986 71.7 252 3 41.0 57 2 1939 Reading .................................. .1938 1,451 ,7: 236 372179' 9,06 2,3514 26 372 6, 36 75.6 26.0 : 34. 13. 5:.
1,42 3,922 4:439 1,260 257 3,320 961 74.8 28.14 380 141.2 55.1 1937 Pocahontas Region: 1937 1,452 10,310 2.56 5,082 11,676 2,323 31,170 10,781 69.1 25.9 375
3,106 10,763 327 11,502 3108 67 17 073 537 R 50.3 22.2 141.3 1937 1937 3,106 90,150 2,23,07,223 91,0 19, 6114 58.69 75
2,200 7,233 17 7 60 1 6 99 2, 81 21 26.0 19.9 22.0 1938 Norfolk & Western.................................1938 2,200 ,906 1442 52,992 17 3,7 ,305 1278 6 37 50.6 26.5 .9
2,202 72 217,3:4 Z7 55 5.1
30-5Southern Region: 1937 3 9 174 72,590 3,596 ,353 22,2 39.9
5,106 2, 17 309 3,052 1,161 177 2,743 11 8 .9 38.1 4-0.3 42.1 7.21 9 24,164 27g6 6 1, 79.9 3
a. g:1 Atlantic Coast Line........... ............ -193 5,105 23 6 l O 1214 1,5615 26 d 1 g
1,927 1,16992 1 1,217 397 1 1,0 92 8.38. 6 .2 1938 Central 8,680 1
192 7 9 2 5 16 a 2:7 11.6-2 1937 o f Geori ....-.................... 1938 1,927 10--3770 91 120,903 95 6 79,'759 d 1 -5 3.: 4, :. :
149 6646 731 41 2211 50 552 1591 69. 27. 398 361 51: 19 Illinois Central 14,----- -0952 53,539 6.750 65,602 .19,350 4,71 49,587 9.,03 75.6 29 39.5 52.2
9 3 6,1514 -74 7,075 2,20 359 5,01 1,628 70.9 31.1 4.-9 34.8 47.6 1938 Louisville & Nashville...... 1 48.10 4 6 ag9T 3,24 1 6 18.8 33.: 14
1 6,32 613 7,725 o g352 5,751 15214 714.5 314.2 .9 3.2.4..13. 73 or1 9 2 b ,6 O 1,l2 a,1' 50,826 7,13n 7a.7 33. 44.8- 34 14
44.8 1937 19Se aboa 58A Ln122 50 3t 6 0, a6d 1o 5a.0 82 7. a 25
4,31 22,879 1,201 170 2,683 932 1.7 93. 4 .6 1938 Seaboard Air Line2...... .. ..... 1 25,20 71 8 35,a 3
,308 2, 29 266 2,973 1,139 16 26791 : 142 304 1:0 r 94, U
4: 37 268 2: 90.2 38. .5 4.3 1937 4 .051 2,51 21 31,9819 091 1, 2 25,610 3,19 80.SO" 335 1.76 36.6 44.
6,602 6,737 764 8,235 2,141 250 59028 1,983 6 1.2 26.0 110.5 32.8 51.2 1938 Southern .......................................... 193 6,606 52:498 6, 64434 19,703 2,289 47,653 8,023 74.0 30.6 41.
6 6 908 ,173 2,735 255 .03 1,190 73. 33.5 45.3 3 .7 1: 937 1937 64 886 78 7523,59 2,345 53,930 12,691 71.6 31.7 441. 3 .0



Inoludes Bo3ton :lbony, lesor to He York Centrel.
/Deficit or other reverse items.












Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION SEEMBER, 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 SEPTEMBER, 1938 AND 1937 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER, 1938 AND 1937
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) ( (g) (h) (i) (j) ( (m) ) s t expenses expenses, expenses,
(lonNet per- ercent of peitemrcent o Net pe- pecent ods of dollrs) (ds of dollas)
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- Op
at close Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) atin atng atin atin operated Freight ge Total mainte- in pr- Total income* cent) tin atin
of month nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex- rv e
column cues penses nues penses column cues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (I) (q) (r) (s) Mt) (u) (v) (W) Cx) (y)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

8,7 6$1,030 7,766 $2,624 $421 $6,111 $807 78.1 3.6 44. 33 47.1 1938 Chicago & North Western ----.......... ...1938 8,391 44,180 $,5603 $58,977 123059 $3,799 53, 162 90. 3.1 40.3 4
8,0 979 8,35 3,308 452 7,089 415 80 39.5 46.7 3.5 45.6 1937 1937 8,A02 51,917 8,997 67,696 30,195 3,74 3 27.6 42.3





1,505 1 353 48 1; 514 3L9 45 1i,6 170 70.0 IL26I 4 7:7 36:4 520 1938 Chicago Great Western-.--193-- 1 3 1, ------- ---------3-, 40 9,93 1 8. 3. 9. 4. 945
52 13 13.... 4:547 399 : : 43 77
1,505 1,576 95 1 745 5 45 1,272 130 72.9 31. 4. 35.3 438. 1937 1937 1,505 12,667 ,49 13,54 4,357 3,9 10,71 77.9 32.6 40. .0 7.







11,117 81064 776 903 3,9332 459 7,5106 1,039 76.6 32.0 44.4 36.5 47.6 1937 1937 11,115 26,o410 1,22 50,726 28,81 4,09 5,367 6,82 78.0 35.8 43.5 386. 47.
3629 1, 137 1,57 591 4 1,364 d 26 6.1 37.5 43.4 42.1 48.8 1938 Chicago, St. Paul Minneapolis & a..1938 1,646 10,368 1,112 12332 ,o017 441 10,7143 4 87. 32.6 37.
1,648 1,48 715 1,93770 561 50 1,09 350 79.6 31.7 41.8 41.8 45.5 1937 1937 ,24 11,1630 1,289 13,374 4,666 845 12,94 2, 90.1 36 4.9. 38.77 .
8,072 9, 6;? 42 ,9 42 1534 21 1 ~, 4,012 51.0 3.0 44.3 35.4 47.9 1938 Great Northi anern ..... -- 1938 8,05 24,0961 .,54 0317 1 6 29 43 ,, 59 9, 3 1 16, 21.790 01 90.9 47 4 4.
8,093 10,5o t 483 11,952 2,565 308 :o026 4,415 50. 215 42. 25.2 49.9 1937 1937 8,093 62,847 3,867 73,137 19,920 2,727 46,991 18,952 2
4,297 2,354 89 2,629 811 102 1,895 408 2.1 30 42.8 35.4 49.2 1938 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie1938 4,298 15,661 874 18,056 6,139 922 15,7N43 4 7.2 34.0 39.0
4,301 2,736 108 3,056 747 99 1,918 752 62. 23 3 49.9 3352 52.9 1937 1937 4,301 1,:642 1,037 21:396 6,655 864 1,682 24 78.0 31. 39.
6,721 5,159 372 6,028 1,679 52 14,038 1,697 671. 27.9 41.5 31.9 U7.4 1938 Northern Pacific .. n ..........-.......-- 1938 6,721 4,4353 3,217 41,549 314,842 42 7 35,548 3,156 85.6 2.8 31.4
6,727 51873 37 6,721 1,798 273 11,4 1,933 67. 2.5 4.3 32.6 494 1937 1937 6,727 101,376 3,549 15977 7,4 459,161 17,157 2,5 739943.3 39 3..
957 929 2o00 1, 1 350 24 976 81 73.7 31.4 45.8 39.0 42.9 1938 Alto .------- ....--------.--- --... 1938 95, 7,959 12,53 10,342 3,211 241 9,0146 11, 79.8 2.3 35.5
956 2 197 3 503 31 1,179 89 62. 35.2 39.7 39.0 47.7 1937 1937 951 9,153 1,777 112,66 3,82 2,67 9,638 3. 76.5 3.6 42.5 38.0 49.
13,5 10,383 1,469 12,998 ,639 1,005 10,139 1,625 7. 2. 3. 46. 1938 Atchison, Topeka &Sante Fe / -- 1938 13,508 90,32 1,895 112,392 38,777 8,979 8,955 1 ,2 79. 3.5 3. 38.
13,541 10,73 21537 13,578 6,3 990 12,267 20 7.3 7.0 52.0 37 41.6 1937 1937 13,502 1,503 13,O 128,12 9,999 8,55 103,722 14,557 81.0 239.0 8.
8,970 6,1879 79 8,551 2,561 o30 5,854 0 1 315 .5 43.0 33.2 4.52 1938 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ---- -------- 1938 8,970 53,061 6,897 67,81o 20,381 3,810 50,067 7,0187 .6 30.4 4o.7 4I.
8,977 7,6 0 8,940 2,926 407 6 476 1,279 7. 32.7 45.2 31.2 47.2 1937 1937 8,977 58,910 7,228 73816 24,536 3,624 56,360 8,699 76. 33.2 43.5 3. 47.
735 5,014 660 6,201 2,244 343 5,152 363 83:1 36.2 43.6 38.3 46.1 1938 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific -....-..............1938 7,431 44,031 5,588 54,09 18,976 3,113 46,35 433 5. 35.1 40.9 4. 4.
7,51 5170 673 6,393 2,210 346 5,307 350 83.0 34.6 41.7 39.9 4.1 1937 1937 7,521 147.607 5,675 58,060 20,675 3,053 49,2 7 2,853 94.8 3. 4.. 4.
2,56 2,146 167 2,423 853 72 1,872 236 7.3 35.2 45.6 35.6 46.1 1938 Denver & Rio Grande Western .....----...... 1938 2,56 14,096 1,152 16,143 7,055 6 14,672 d 1 112 90.9 3.7 8. 3 4
2,576 2,610 169 2,900 1,095 98 2,196 358 75.7 37. 49.9 35.1 46.3 1937 1937 2,576 17,331 1,255 19,597 10,094 8 45 18,421 451.5 4. 3. 3 .
8,707 11,69 1,952 14,599 3,616 552 10 66 2224 717 248 34.5 536 1938 Southern Pacific Company V ----------- 1938 8,713 88,245 16,847 115,559 33,648 4 ,998 93,I 4 5,186 80.6 29.1 36.1 5.
8,765 12,475 2,077 15,903 3,99 551 11646 2278 73.2 24.5 33.5 0.5 55.4 1937 1937 8,768 106,642 17,884 135,977 36,164 4,852 ,281 1,757 76.7 26.6 34.7 4. 4.
9,903 12,90276 1,695 15236 4,762 610 10,509 2,395 6.0 31. 453. 3. 43.5 1938 xUnion Pacific--.......................---- ---..... 1938 9,9 9 83,169 12,759 105,526 31,337 5,4783 77,209 10,791 7.6 29.7 3. 47.
9911 12,590 1,710 15,574 3,963 593 9,969 3,549 6.0 25. 39. 305 47.7 1937 Southwest:1937 9,914 9,037 13,229 119,726 398,222 5,075 89,337 13,535 3.9 4.8 3. 4.





Southwestern Region:urns for Southern Pacific Steamhip Lines.
3,294 2,120 204 2,572 702 112 1,830 330 71.2 27.3 38.4 34. 4 1938 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .......................... 1938 3,294 17,069 1,617 20,744 6,403 99530.9 38.0 39. 4
3,294 2,461 212 2,930 857 101 2,090 312 71.3 29.2 0 33.0 2 1937 1937 3,294 20,270 1,737 24,192 6,886 890 17, 2 ,626 74.2
7,173 6,210 426 7,225 265 5,576 702 77 460 350 4.3 1938 Missouri Pacific. ------....... --1938 7,174 50,152 3807 59,219 20,696 3,28 47,944 3,30681.0 34.9 43.2
7,171 6,652 492 7,772 35 5,990 878 77:1 3 5 44.7 35.9 4.6 1937 1937 7,171 ;9,8 5 2,235 69,731 23,033 3,:IN 53,202 9,115 76.3 33.0 43.3
4,s14 3,390 279 3,99 1,537 261 3,235 1938 St. Louis-San Francisco .................................. 1938 4 ,885 26,558 4267 31,741 13,164 2,344 28,653 !L 90.3 41.5
4,897 3,577 327 6,247 -1,626 264 3,505 448 82.5 3.3 46. 37.5 45.4 17 z937 4,920 31,676 2,830 3,362 82.1 37.3 46
1,706 1, 86 28 1,584 468 52 1,129 246 71.3 29.6 41-5 31.9 44.7 1938 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ........................ 1938 1,706 12,635 220 13,419 3,889 466 10,135 1,0 75
4,416 2,928 283 3,513 1,094 133 2,688 41 76.5 31.1 40.7 36.0 47.0 1938 Texas & New Orleans ................................... 1938 4,418 25,580 2,557 30,712 10,242 1,206 24,544 1,674 79.9 33.3 61-7
4,421 3,251 315 3,895 1,192 132 2,990 429 76.8 30.6 39.9 36.6 47.7 1937 1937 4,:425 29, 636 2, 756 35,113 11,509 1,189 26,858 3,62776.5 32.8 42.9
1,937 1,890 201 2,285 664 100 1,524 520 66.1 31. 43.6 29.8 44.6 1938 Texas & Pacific .................................1938 1,937 15,757 1,847 19,206 5,405 897 13,551 3,227 70.6 28.1 3 3
1,937 2,009 252 2,458 774 94 1,779 1 391 7937 1937 1,916 18,947 2,080 22,740 6,598 869 15,15 14,387 67.9 29.0 7 3. 1 5.6
'iNet railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits a&ising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent." U, ,OVERNUENT PRINTING o
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.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Deficit or other reverse items.