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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Statement ;
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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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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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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
II I I II I II II III UNIV.OF-FL .
Subject to revision 3 1262 08730 9737 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION so.No.
OtOBeRnt 19
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
U.S. DEPOITOfRY

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 OCTOBER, 1938 AND 1937 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER, 1938 AND 1937
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transpo
expenses, expenses, ___ expenses, exenses
Miles Net Oper- percent of percent of Net per- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway eting
operated ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles ation in- oper- ratio
at close Passen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper-
of monthse Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* aent) ating ating ati
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) ()
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

200,124 $261,233 29,921 $317,004 889,606 $15,329 8217,912 861,081 68.7 28.3 41.1 34.5 50.1 1938 Total-Roads listed herein.............. ..... 1938 200,370 82,067,584 $317,490 82,610,931 $807,407 151 ,46 $2,018,067 239,611 7 30.9 40.0
200,806 271,663 33634 333,016 100,190 15,166 242,570 53,731 72.8 30.1 41.3 36.7 50.4 1937 New England Region: 1937 201,113 2:541:347 34,283 3,151,258 1,007195 48, 7 2,357,793 451,119 7 3242.7 36
1,955 2,928 492 3,888 1,596 132 3,422 d 124 88.0 41.0 46.6 41.4 47.1 1938 Boston & Maine................ ...... 1938 1,95 22,58 5 81 32,920 10 118 1,342 26,777 987 81.3 30 7 378 3
1,959 2,761 590 3,883 1,161 134 2,987 _TO4 76.9 29.9 38.9 41.0 53.3 1937 1937 1,9 1 27,79 ,28 39,563 11,410 1,342 29,03777 5,538 73. 28.8 39.3 38.3
1,882 3,383 2,04 7,177 1,693 289 1,865 1,119 67.8 23 1 34.8 38.0 56.1 193 New York, New H ave, & Hartford ....... 1938 1,953 31,586 21,523 8 0 8 5 -0 4.
2,028 3,949 2,1714 6,915 2,492 275 5,725 118 82.8 36.0 43.5 39.7 480 1937 Great Lakes Re1ion 937 2,034 38,999 22,226 68,796 21,853 2,813 53,606 4,3 77.9 31.8 4o0. 3814 4493
831 1,950 89 2,115 4514 86 1,331 659 62.9 21.5 3:4.1 35.3 56.:0 1938 Delaware & Hudson ............................................ 1938 8313 15,4167 970 17,249 4,665 871 13,315 2,1428 77.2 270 50 416
831 1,952 96 2,147 828 88 1,784 253 83.1 38.6 46.4 37.1 44.7 1937 1937 830 19:433 1,023 21,364 8,003 881 17,406 2,583 81.5 37.5 46.0 36:1 1443
986 3,042 539 4,096 979 204 3,135 566 76. 23.9 31.2 46.4 60.6 1938 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western----...........1938 986 26,104 5,555 36,149 9,389 2,056 29,784 1,758 824 260 1.5 49
986 3,326 57 4, 411 1,031 207 3,327 670 75.1 23. 31.0 46.6 61.7 1937 1937 985 31,590 5,877 42,293 11,009 2,093 32,723 5:168 77.:4 26.0 336 450 58
2,276 6,:68 37 7,214 1,949 308 5,015 1,315 69.2 26.9 38.9 36.5 52.7 1938 Erie (including Chicago & Erie)............. ....1938 2,276 48,648 4,060 57,124 18,630 3,113 146,606 2.137 81.6 32.6 4o.o 41.
2,277 6,. A 42 7,610 1,953 316 5,289 1,594 69.5 25.7 36.9 38.0 54.7 1937 1937 2,281 62,171 4,460 72,225 20,16 3,17 51,146 13,327 70.8 27.9 394 36.6 516
1,032 1,602 92 1,823 59 95 1,482 150 81.3 31. 1 42.9 52.8 1938 Grand Trunk Western.............. .................. 1938 1,032 12,444 820 14,34 ,350 939 13,755 1 304 95.9 37.3 3 4
1,032 1,891 95 2,131 5 89 1,708 200 80.2 32.2 .1 42.6 53.2 1937 1937 1,032 18,266 901 20,696 6316 870 15,883 2 9 767 30.5 39.8
1,286 3,702 148 4,091 939 179 2,777 744 67.9 23.0 33.8 38.: 57.2 1938 Lehigh Valley --.--...-- ..... .. 1938 1,303 29,875 1,779 33,823 8 57 1,803 26,117 2 963 77.2 2.3 32.8 44.5
1,309 3,746 193 4,216 1,016 185 3,073 702 72.9 24.1 33.1 42.8 58.7 1937 1937 1,321 36,334 2:188 4135 10:99 1,873 31,250 5,042 76.0 26.7 35.2 427 56
11,077 21,078 4,782 29,313 8,813 1,343 21,431 4,040 73.1 30.1 41.1 37.0 0.6 1938 New York Central / .. ................... 1938 11,078 163,707 9328 242,023 74,402 13, 417 191,050 9,620 80.2 30.7 42.
2 86 224 71.9 255 349 0 -3 5 1937 1937 37.21 219,114 27 o 10 ,287
11,110 22,686 5,329 31,835 10,815 1,352 25,295 3,024 79.5 34.0 42.8 39.3 1937 1937 11,216 219,791 5:784 310,240 100,287 13,390 236,370 35,179 76.2 32.3 374
1,704 3,347 60 3,520 806 219 24 807 63.9 22. 35.8 34.3 5.7 1938 New York, Chicago & St. Louis .. ............193 1,704 27,853 729 29,622 7,47 1,415 2,554 3589 72.8 26.5 34 38.2 52.5
2,115' 2,1465 2663 820 199 221,92 506 71.01 30.8 143.73 314.5 486 19389 Pare Marquette .... ............... ..........1938 2,115 1,:315 830 20 387 7,690 1,999 17,6714 109 86.7 37:7 4, 5 44
2,115 2,802 ,031 969 216 2,217 520 73.0 31.9 43.7 35.5 486. 1937 1937 2,115 21, 00 903 27,275 9,296 2,132 20,761 4,11467 61 31.1 .9 1
40 1634 61o 17 1,228 391 75.1 37.3 49.7 31.1 41.4 1938 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .. ............ 1938 23 1,44 426 11,24 4,801 70 1027 142391 426 43.9
23 1.704 52 1819 942 197 1,705 202 93.7 51.8 55.3 3. 7.7 1937 1937 234 19,259 575 20,73 8,914 1,59 19366 190 79.9 3.5 54.5 30.7
2,434 3,611 4,090 1,176 179 2,948 5 721 28.8 399 36 49.91938 Waash............. ...... ..........193 2 434 28,805 197 33163 996 179 2697 5621 1 4
2,434 3,517 4,41 1,31 179 3254 2 85 32.4 3 4 5.11937 1937 2:438 34,186 2,203 38,939 12 0o 1,787 30,250 3,591 77:. 319
6,431 11,777 853 1440 ,881 601 9,47 2,22 702 28,9 41.1 3-7' 494 1938 Baltimore & Ohio .................................... 193894572 741 110 492 68 6 1 1147 782
6,451 12,553 1,062 518 4209 608 10,7 257 74.0 29.0 39.2 37.7 51.0 1937 1937 6:3 127429 9:o6 145:963 4:3 6:027 10922 23:30874.9 32
710 2,202 369 2,762 638 118 1,927 128 69.7 23.1 33.1 42.1 60.4 1938 Central of New Jersey ......... ............. 193 709 18, 645 3,804 24,190 5,517 1,179 17, 23 559 73. 7 22.8 31. 45.1 1
78 2,278 379 2,850 728 119 2,048 273 71.9 25.5 35.5 41.3 57.51937 1937 681 21,617 3,982 27,508 :6,976 1,193 19,28 2,289 72.1 25.4 35.2 41, .
927 1,143 102 1,412 342 50 961 245 68.1 24.2 35.6 35.4 52.1 1938 Chicago & Eastern Illinois....................... 1938 927 9,115 1 160 11 660 3301 504 9,371 30o ,1.4 28.3 5 431.8
931 1,162 119 1.450 403 52 1,090 193 75.1 27.8 37.0 38.7 51.5 1937 1937 931 10,776 1:296 13:664 4,014 512 10,487 1,084 76.7 294 3.3 38 497
435 1,286 1,1498 523 79 1,2 9 6 81.6 3 9.7 36 Elgin5 Joliet & Eastern .................. 193 1435 8,056 9,21 3,145 833 7,712 467 83.7 34.1 40.8 44.0 52.6
435 1,2 1,98 523 79 1,223 96 16 :9 :7 3.6 53.51937 1937 435 16,879 19,29 5,595 755 13,028 3,885 67.6 29.0 429 35.6 52.7
394 686 1,297 2,080 548 98 1,566 16 75.3 26.3 35.0 47.0 62.14 1938 Long Island................... ......................1938 394 5 124 1 580 19,592 14 821 980 14, 7SR 28 75.5 214.6 32 47 64
394 591 1,265 1,954 590 97 1,572 d 21 80,5 29.7 36.9 50.0 62.1 1937 1937 396 5:386 1 28 21,018 6:284 974 16:744 d8 79 7 9.9 311
10,306 26,411 5,425 35,256 9,236 2,280 23,271 7,313 66.0 26.2 9.7 34.5 52.3 1938 Pennsylvania....... ............................ 198 10,36 211,891 54097 294 06 0258 21,357 211,171 44,081 716 27.2
10,311 30,035 5,959 39,903 11,765 2,225 27,829 7,381 69.7 29.5 42.3 35.5 50.9 1937 1937 10,313 297,1495 59,656 393,246 127,282 20,921 288,608 66,12073.4 32.4 35..
5o 4,248 271 ,723 1,025 262 3,003 1i 63.6 21. 341 72 85 1938 Reading ..................................1938 1,451 35,118 2,640 39,602 10,090 2,616 2 75 7,99474.2 25.5 34.3 43.0 58.0
1:452 4,456 277 4,95 1,270 257 3,502 1276 70.6 25 363 5 .3 1937 Pocahontas Region: 1937 1,:452 :766 2,933 50,040 12,946 2,580 3,: 72 69.3 25.9 37.3 38.2 55.1
3,102 11,036 26 11,7?8 2,833 690 5,840 4,461 49.8 24.1 48.: 21.5 4,.2 1938 Chesapeake & Ohio h ................................ 1938 1 3,102 81,5o6 25 87,375 25,908 6 914 5 02,603 61.0 29.7 148 .i 0 7 1
3,106 11,517 314 12,35 3,1 693 401 4:873 52.0 25.6 49. 22.3 .81937 1937 3:6 101,668 2,97 108,761 30,689 6:884 60909 3518 56.0 28.2 504
2,191 8,4 15 500 2087 1417 4214 3,32 46 24. 195 21.0 1423 1938 Norfolk & Western....................................... 193 2,199 5,020 1,594 61,492 19,433 14,159 38,518 15,760 62.6 31.6 50.5 25.7 41.0
2,202 8,131 186 8,557 2:430 413 4,696 3,089 5 .9 28. 51.7 22.4 40.9 1937 Region 937 2,203 76,950 1,891 81,1 7 23: 14 009 5049 27:566555 2.9 52.1 22.2
5.106 2,6140 310 3,73 1,147 177 2,826 140 83.8 34.0 40.6 41.0 49.0 1938 Atlantic Coast Line...................................... 193 5,105 26,8014 6 o66 36,731 11,361 17 291493 1 3 3. 147 0 .7
5,101 2,829 388 3,61 1,157 167 2,971 340 80.7 31.4 38.9 41.4 51.31937 1937 5,102 29,2614 6:757 ,29 11,796 1 86 30:450 4:559 56 293 3 34 5
1,9'7 1,1'7 1 1,39 43 73 1,117 176 79.9 31 : 197 193 Central of Georgia ........................ 1938 1,927 9,867 1,032 12301 4,082 7114 10,876 158 88.4 33.2
1,927 1,031 116 1,278 497 69 1,225 d---37 95 39 485 1937 1937 1,927 11,407 1,258 14,187 4,991 663 12:163 882 85.7 35.2 1 40.9 47.7
4,951 7,'930 733 9,191 2,252 544 5,827 2,456 63.4 2-.5 37 31.5 52.9 1938 Illinois Central ....................................... 1938 4,952 61,369 7,481 74,793 21,603 5,414 55,414 11,489 74.1 28.9 39.0 38.8 52.3
4,951 7,396 815 8,817 2,111 515 5,872 2,128 66.6 23.9 35.9 36.9 55.3 1937 1937 4,960 66,778 8,106 81,532 25,200 5,187 62,888 11,352 77.1 30.9 40.1 39.0 50.5
49 6 84 4" 7,828 2406 361 5,395 1,870 68.9 30.7 44.6 32.7 147.4 193 Louisville & Nashville........................... 193 4938 5,943 5,168 64,718 21,378 3,608 50,218 9,008 77.6 33.0 42.6 37.5 48.4
4,941 6,836 601 7,976 2:613 352 5,939 1,597 714.5 32.8 44.0 35.8 48.0 1937 1937 4,942 64,963 5,939 76,0747 25,377 3,1479 56,759 13,894 74.6 33.4 144.7 34.8 46.6
4,318 2,760 249 3.379 1,257 170 2,884 191 85.3 37.2 43.6 37.6 44.0 1938 Seaboard Air Line -...... .. ...................... 193 1 ,3I18 25,290 4 087 32,715 11,802 1,7 2 28,20 908 86.2 36.1 41. 39.4 37
4,308 2,670 32 3,360 1,54 169 2,936 87 87. 37.3 42.7 39.5 45.2 1937 1937 4,308 27,201 4,596 35,343 11,945 1,631 28,546 3,284 80.8 33.8 41.8 36.9 45.7
6,602 7,421 81696 8,559837 2,76173 262 5,499 112306 62.2 24.6 39: 3 32.5 .2 1938 Souther.- -........................ .............-.... 37 18 660 66o6 59 919 7 245 7 3,271 21, 876 2:52 23 151 10 29 725 29.9 4 4
61640 73036 814 7,559 2,767 255 6,352 1,149 74.2 323 ,3 362 29 1937 1237 6:640 7:922 g:663 93 6,626 2 0:282 1384 318 144 3146 48
1619 1,350 91 1,531 309 3 20. 33.4 35.2 2 Yaoo & Msisppi Valley ........................
1:619 399 583 276 42 59. 29.4 37.0 2 9 Yaz & Mississipi Valley 1938 1,619 10,447 705 11,899 2,675 446 8,102 1,63768.1 22.5 33.0 39.5 58.0
119 13_ _19 53 274__2 2___939 416 59.3 17.4 29. 37.0 1937 1937 1,619 11,771 854 13,508 3,114 412 9,008 2,43266.7 23.1 34.6 37.1 55.7
a"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.
d4/ Deficit or other reverse items.
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Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION OCTOBER
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 OCTOBER, 1938 AND 1937 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER, 1938 AND 1937

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance
expenses, expenses, expenses,
Net Oper- percent of percent of Net Oper- percent of ercent of
iles 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- cof road Passen- All cluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at 1cose Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) atng atng
of month nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex-
Sonth column nues penses nues penses column nues penses

(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:
97 $6,56 $827 8,217 $2,26 $420 620 $1,055 764 33 3. 49.0 1938 Chicago & North Western .... ------................. 1938 ,391 50,74 9,0 67,1984 $25,785 $4,20 9,2 3 8. 43.4
,0 6.55 931 8,313 2,637 125 6,505 977 78.3 31.7 40.5 0. 51.5 1937 1937 ,42 51,27 9,98 76,09 32,831 4,167 69,0 1 6. 97732 1 1 .2
1,505 1,569 38 171 1453 147 1,152 251 66.6 26.2 39.3 34.3 51.5 1938 Chicago Great Western e....................... 1938 1,505 12,624 1401 14,076 4 4,393 40 11,087 232 78.8 31.2 6 9
1,505 1.580 57 1,765 458 145 1,2 6 157 70.6 26.0 36. 8 38.8 54.9 1937 1937 1,505 14,248 1470 15,718 5, 005 141 12,123 590 77.1 31.8
10,949 8,278 606 9,770 3,296 4 7,434 1,15 76.1 3.7 44. 36.3 477 1938 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific. -- 1938 10,955 6,769 6,446 76 2412 4,786 67,219 3 271 82.0. 40.
11,052 8,375 678 9,996 31410 462 7,815 985 78.2 32.1 13.6 37.9 41.5 1937 1937 11,108 71,795 6,829 90,699 32,301 4,551 73,193 7,86 80.7 35.s 4.

54 9 2 ^ l 56 o 71. 3 2 1 7 1938 Chicago, StPaul Minneapolis & Omahac--- 7 9 11,7 17 221 d,45 1,:31 84-8 34* :1l1
,629 1, 19 100 255 47 9 1,252 60 80.5 30. 3. 2 143.0 53.4 1938 Chicago, St. Paul Minneapolis & maha 1938 1,644 11,717 ,212 13, 887 4,496 499 11,996 d 0 86.4 37.536. 5.
1,614 l4.32 130 1,671 442 50 1,322 105 79.1 26.5 33.3 46.o 58-. 1937 1937 1,648 12,595 1,19 15,016 5,109 195 13,367 d8.8 31.0 38.2
8,072 8,229 292 9,090 2,259 311 55 3,003 56.- 24.9 43.8 27.4 48.3 1938 Great Northern -- -------------..........................------------- 193 8,071 57,190 40 66,121 ,625 3102 5,752 11,397 69.2 28.2 40.7
8,071 ,731 1400 9,892 2,256 308 5 3,028 57.6 22. 9 397 30.3 52.7 1937 1937 3,091 71,578 268 83,01 22,176 3,035 52,679 21,980 635. 3.
4,290 2,135 76 2,398 700 102 1803 281 75.2 29.2 388 .6 527 1938 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 1938 4,297 17,796 950 2o454 6,839 1, 024 1746 d~ 5. 33. 39.0
14,301 2258 2,533 723 99 1,0918 2141 75.2 29.5 37.7 .8 53.9 1937 1937 4,301 20,901 1,117723,929 7,377 983 18,6 2,651~ 77.7 30. 39.7
6,721 1,593 236 6,49 1,692 283 1,55 1, 73. 30. 0 40.7 35.9 48 193$ Northern Pacific .......----------............ ............-------- 1938 6,721 39,91 31452 47,153 16534 2,831 ,703 1,274 8.2 35.1 41.6
6,721 5,536 315 319 1,579 277 4,271 1,607 67- 25.0 37.0 35.6 5-.7 1937 1937 6,726 1:6,912 3,865 55,140 18,736 2:,73 14,215 9,666 79-7 33.8 12.
Central Western Region:
957 1,144 225 4 1401 24 1,o62 1614 71.7 27.3 38.0 36.9 51.4 1938 Alton -..................s ..................... 1938 95-7 910,200914 2,0-77 12,822 32, 61510273 10, 71 28.92 o 35.28 1
956 1,o63 223 1,512 415 31 1,135 130 75.1 27-5 36.6 39.8 53.1 1937 1937 95 10216 2,000 14172 423 297 10,815 710 763 299 3
13,500 12,635 1,381 15,241 ,214 1,000 11,184 2,805 73.4 44.2 146.6 33.9 146.2 1938 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe / ...... .... 1938 13,507 102,767 14, 76 127,634 3439 9,979 100,139 1 4,5678.5 345 43.9
13,537 12,972 1,396 15,62 6,56 97 12,999 1,214.9 63.2 50.5 36.1 143. 1937 1937 13,505 11,775 14,803 13,742 56,53 9,528 116,722 15,06 8.2 39.3 1.53
,9 7,68 766 9,359 2477 431 6 ,052 2, 072 64.7 26.5 40.9 32.7 50.5 1938 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy-.....----------------------- 1938 8,968 6,748 7,662 76,440 22,859 4,241 56,119 9,090 73.4 29. .7 36.5 49.7
|8,976 8,03 85 9,1l 2,76 413 6,720 1,741 68-3 28.1 41.2 34.9 51.? 1937 1937 8,977 67,013 8,033 83,657 27,304 4,037 63,080 10,41*1 75.4 32.6 4. 35.9 47.6
7,355 5,664 593 6,804 2,241 341 5,260 898 77.3 32.9 42.6 36.7 47.5 1938 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific-------- ........... 1938 7,424 49,695 6,181 60,903 21,217 3,454 51,655 1,331 84.8 34.8 41.1 41.0 .4
7,502 5,563 676 6800 2,26 347 5,570 5140 81.9 32.7 40.0 41.4 50.5 1937 1937 7,520 53,170 6,351 64,860 22,900 3,399 54,17 3,393 84.5 35.3 41.8
2,56 2,591 i 2,11 827 101 1,893 552 67.4 29.4 43.7 33.0 48.9 1938 Denver & Rio Grande Western-------.---------------............ 1938 2,56 16,687 1,263 18,954 7,883 997 16,565 d 87.4 1.6 7.6 379 .
2,576 2,713 157 2,983 928 98 2,162 413 72.5 31.1 42.9 37.6 51.9 1937 1937 2,576 20,045 1,412 22,581 11,022 962 20,582 d 4 91.1 1.8 53.6 37.0 .6
8 707 12,697 1 65 15615 3 797 552 10,883 2,666 69.7 24. 34.9 38.1 54.6 1938 Southern Pacific Company /--- --------......... 1938 8,712 100,941 18,501 131,174 37,5 5,550 103,967 7,852 79.3 28.5 36.0 41.7 52.6
8:765 12,830 1:924 16075 3:954 558 12,091 1;875 75.2 24. 32.7 42.6 56.6 937 1937 8:,768 119,473 19,807 152,052 40,118 5,411 116,372 16,632 76.5 26.4 34.5 41.6 54.4
9,903 13,645 1,326 16,204 4, 484 613 10,470 3,223 64.6 27.7 42.$ 30.2 46.7 1938 Union Pacific ----------- --.....---- ---- 19 8 9,908 96,814 14,086 121,730 35,821 6,096 87,679 14,015 72.0 29.4 40.9 33.9 47.0
9,911 13,965 1,488 16,710 4,003 587 O,411 3,968 62.3 24.0 38.5 31.3 50.2 1937 Southwestern Region: 1937 9,914 110,002 14717 136,436 42,225 5,663 99,748 17,503 73.1 30.9 42.3 33.4 45.7
3,291 2,1140 184 2,577 717 ill 1,899 236 73.7 27.8 37.7 36.7 49.8 1936 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ....................... 1938 3,294 19,209 1,801 23,321 7,120 1,107 18,742 71280.4 30.5 38.0 39.5 49.1
3,294 2,1472 235 2,987 970 103 2,310 127 77 32.5 42.0 35.8 46.3 1937 1937 3,294 22,742 1,972 27,179 7,179 756 993 20,263 2,753 74.6 2.9 38.8 35.8
7,173 6,736 426 7,790 2,737 364 5,937 874 76.2 35.1 46.1 34.7 45.6 1938 Missouri Pacific-....................................... 1938 7,174 56,888 4,233 67,009 23,432 3,646 53,881 4,181 80.4 35.0 43.5 38.0 47.2
7,175 7,122 500 8,s286 2,770 359 6,363 1,036 76.8 33-4 43.5 37.0 48.2 1937 1937 7,172 66,987 4,735 78,019 25,803 3,503 59,965 10,150 76.3 33.1 4.3 36.3 47.5
4,s84 3,541 278 4 155 1,568 261 3,252 653 78.3 37.7 48.2 35.3 45.1 1938 St. Louis-San Francisco.....--.---................ 1938 4,885 30,099 2,745 35,900 14,732 2,606 31,906 626 88.9 41.0 46.2 9.8 44.8
4,885 3,549 336 4:237 1,613 264 3,546 435 83.7 38.1 45.5 39.2 46.9 1937 1937 4:917 35,226 3,166 41,981 15,687 2,626 34,529 5,160 82.2 37.4 45.4 37.9 46.1
,7 1743 29 43 486 2 1179 435 64. 26.4 41.2 29.2 4.6 193 St. Louis Southwestern Lines------------..... 1938 1,706 14,378 249 15,262 4,375 518 11,314 1483 74.1 28.7 8.7 35.2 47.
1,706 813 32 192 568 9 0 317 705 29.4 417 2.7 46.4 197 1937 1734 16,825 291 17,82 6,01 99 13397 1952 74.9 33.45.1 32.3 43.2
4 416 3,242 275 3, 825 1,071 115 2,716 646 71.0 28.0 39.4 34.2 48.2 1938 Texas & New Orleans ------ ------------ 1938 4, 418 28,823 2,832 34,537 11,313 1,320 27,261 2,320 78.9 32.8 41.5 36.4 46.1
4;421 3,406 314 4:059 1,275 133 3,166 418 78.0 31.4 40.3 37.7 48.3 1937 1937 4:424 33,042 3,070 39,173 12,783 1,322 30,024 4,o45 76.6 32.6 42.6 34.7 45.3
6 ,195 2,549 659 100 1,590 588 62.4 25.8 41.4 29.1 46.61938 Texas & Pacific.... .....-.................... 1938 1,937 17,845 2,0o42 21,755 6,063 997 15,141 ,81569.6 7.9 40.0
1,937 2,152 _.1 2,692 769 93 1,831 538 68.0 28.6 42.0 31.3 46.0 1937 1937 1,945 21,100 2,342 25,432 7,367 962 17,275 Q,925 67.9 29.0 142.6 04 144
------Railway---------------------------------- U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1938-0.770S7
"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating Income', modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and 'Joint facility rent." U..
SIncludes 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.
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