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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA UNIV. OF FL LtS.


II I I I I Ioll I70111 I I NTERSTATECOMMERCECOMMISSION i""0

BUREAU OF STATISTICS

U.S. DEPOT OY

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


Stement No. M-150
FEBR17ARY, 1939


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1939 AND 1938 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY, 1939 AND 1938
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expense s, expenses, expenses.
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 close Pzsen- All eluded eating (per- per- Oper- per- Oper- of road Passen- All eluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
of month Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total income cent) sting eating eating eating operated Freight ger Total mainte- in pre- Total incoe cent) ating ating atig ating
nance ceding raVe- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding rave- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penes nues penses column nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Mf (g) (h) I (i) (J) ( 1) (m)I (n) (0) 1 (p) (q) (r) (sa) M (u). I (v) (w) (W (y) I (Z) (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)

19,646 $197,879 $28,117 $245,988 $7P694 $15,69 $197,347 $15,223 802 32.4 4o.4 4o.1 50.0 1939 Total-Roads listed herein ........................... 1939 199,704 $415,379 $60,870 $518,343 $163,070 $30,219 W6,026 $43,590 78-3 315 40.2 494 503
200,546 173,966 29,045 222,537 7,359 15,032 191,973 d2,s65 6.3 33.4 38.7 44.1 51.1 19386164 1938 200,577 365,917 64,1370,931 152,9b7 30,133 399.573 2,794 8325 33 3 51-7
New England Region: 13 0,7 59 33 9,7 ,9 25 3. 39 5.
1,952 2,440 601 3502 988 129 2,664 307 76.1 28.2 37.1 41.7 54.9 1939 Boston & Maine -------------...................................--- 1939 1,956 5,5167 1,182 7,328 1,954 259 5,4 785 74.1 26.7 36.0 41.5 56.0
1,960 1,987 575 2,962 938 135 2,580 d 115 87.1 31.7 36.4 48.3 55.5 1938 1938 1,960 4,150 1,209 6212 1,911 270 5,354 d 155 86.2 30.8 35.7 48. 2 56.0
5,84 3,27 2,O61 5.997 1,638 283 4515 34 27. 36.3 40.2 54.4 1939 New York, New Haven, & Hartford................. 1939 1 884 6,954 4,240 12 476 3,368 566 92774.5 27.0 36.2 4o1 53-9
2:6 2,77 2,035 5,22 1.570 21 467 d 247297 351 458 5.21938 Great Lakes Region: 1938 2,006 5,533 4,353 11,o94 3,353 562 9,389 d 2 84. 30.2 35. 7 45.6 53.
831 1,616 89 1,777 1 85 1,361 259 76.6 28.2 36.8 40.7 531 1939 Delaware & Hudson ..........................................1939 831 3,525 196 3,874 1,003 170 2,1765 788 71.4 25.9 36.3 8. 53:9
831 1,365 89 1,520 412 87 1,309 3 86.2 27.1 31.4 49.0 5.9 1938 1938 831 2,981 202 3,323 1,054175 2,921 87 87.9 31.7 36.1 46.6 53.0
996 2,726 5 3,595 93 204 LO,94 101 241 1796332.Z 49.r 9 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western.. --.1939 986 gig 1,070 7,693 1,932 40 6:1411
g6 224 909 319 71 27 2,700o 86.3 23.7 2 8 3 193 9986 z:8 :1 6,691 1,5974156910 951 27 2-9 4. 63
Z35164 1:307.9 1939 re icudn hiao,7re)------9 -- -139 229 045.7935.
2,290 4,979 346 5,69 1,769 306 4,535 364. 79.6 31.1 39.0 41.3 51.51939 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) ...........1939 2,290 10,456 737 11,972 3,583 613 9,267 1,109 77.4 29.9 3.7 4.6
2,275 4:005 364 4,724 1,723 315 4,410 d 504 93.3 36.5 39.1 47.8 51.2 1938 1939 2,275 8,695 789 10,230 3,237 631 8,833 d 286 6.3 31.6 36.7 46.4 53.7
1,032 1,535 61 1,709 576 97 1,421 83 83.2 33.7 40.6 43.0 51.7 1939 Grand Trunk Western 1939 1,032 3,115 144 3,512 1,176 193 2,925 180 83.3 33.5 4402 43.4 52.2
1,032 1,111 74 1,275 494 95 1,327 d 210 104.1 38.8 37.2 55.6 53.4 1938 1938 1,032 2,315 173 2,695 1,oo4 189 2,729 d 4 o7 101.2 37.2 36.8 55.1 54.4
1,283 '08 156 3,412 761 177 2,4 1 458 73.0 22.3 30.5 44.2 6o.5 1939 Lehigh Valley - . .1939 1,284 6,516 324 266 1,67 3 651791,094 71. 21.6 30.3 43.1 60.5
1,3o2,61 174 3,031 788 182 2. .. 11 83.9 26.0 31.0 49.... 1939 1,308 5,880 391 17696 1,7 3 8 5,397 287 80:1 24.4 30.3 48.7 60.5
1,303276 .-79. 8o.5
11,043 17,815 4455 24,828 8,l4 1,315 20,162 562 81.2 32.7 4O.O 41.3 50.9 1939 New York Central a/-................................-1939 11,O3 37,205 9,74 52 331 16,650 2,632 41,199 2,709 78.7 31.8 s 4o.4 40.0 50.8
11,080 14:603 4,435 21,469 7,239 1,339 19,013 d 1,59 88.6 33.7 38-1 46.5 52.5 1938 1938 11:00 30,376 10,321 45:856 14,552 2,677 39,458 d 1,762 86.0 31.7 36.9 46.1 53.6
1,704 2:981 656 .34132 813 111 2,23342 -71. 26.0" 36.4 47. 53.01939 New York, Chicago & St. Louis ..... 1939 1704 61?7 128 6,4621,62 264 4,549 91 70.4 25.53 356".55..
1,7o4 2515 :8 4 .7 4 7 77 35.7 14 53.5 1938 1938 :o4 522 .45,550 1502543023 78.4 2- 5919 5.
2,115 2,056 622,220790 198 1,831 227 82.5 : .1 40. 48.6 1939 Pere Marquette 1939 2,115 1R740614 1,5839631296 8
2,115 1,636 66 1,778 791 219 1:774 d 161 99.8 4.6 46.6 46.7 1938 1938 2,115 3,37 107 3:699 1,565396 3, 23 d 373 90 .2-3 43.24 7.1 48.1
233 1,124 40 1,211 571 187 1,127 146 93.1 47.2 5.7 4:2 40.0 1939 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie - - 1939 233 2,304 87 2,485 1,147 374 2,303 322 92.7 46.2 49. 37.9 40.9
233 745 44 832 434 ll 943 d 49 113.4 52.2 460 43.0 1938 1938 233 1,546 97 1,730 895 375 2,009d 122 116,2 51.7 4.6 51.7 44.5
241o 2,97 165 327o ,o16 179 262 a2n 3 31:1 3:1 ':4 51.4.1939 Waash-1939 2,41o 5,966 86 6,820 2,28 357 5,489 16 80.5 29: 36.9 41.9 52.1
2:434 2,476 175 2,857 967 179 2,6N 92.5 33.8 33 48 52.3 1938 Central Eastern Region: 1938 2,434 5,178 496 6,021 1,962 359 5,449 577 90.5 3236.0 4.1 53.1
6 0 2 6 1 17 3,271 599 8,492 1,260 78.4 30.2 35.5 3. 5.1 1939 Baltimore & Ohio------------------- --- 1939 6,4o 1 ,87 1,525 22,791 6,737 1, 200 17,544 2,Z31 77.0 29.6 384 389 5.
644 790 7405 lO:07 3,599 611 8,820 d 921 97.4 39.7 40.8 47.4 4.7 1938 1938 6:44? 1 ,911 1,711 19,952 7,265 1,220 18,119 d 624 90.8 36.4 41 45.2 4
712 1,864 318 7233, 424 1117 1,902 d 9.9..31.1 .38.0 44.1 54 1939 Central of New Jersey ----------------------31939 712 3,909 667 4,89 1,442 233 3,889 79.3 29. 4 37 1 441 25:
709 1,623 37 20 5 Ia 164 d (5 1. 23.8 29.9 49 1 .e:8 1938 1938 709 3,645 689 4,615 1,028 3 34 75.7 22.3 29.4 47.426
927 919 120 1,184 347 49 964 1 81.4 29.3 36.o 42.1 51.7 1939 Chicago & Eastern Illinois......................-1939 927 1,853 266 2,415 693 199 1,941 44 so.4 28.7 35.7 41.8 52.0
927 886 121 1,138 340 52 941 d 20 82.7 29.9 36.1 42.2 51.1 1938 1938 927 1,856 279 2,391 707 1,957 11 81.9 29.6 3.1 42.1 51.5
90 1,224- 1,362 389 82 954 218 70.0 28.6 40.8 37.4 5:4 1939 Elgin, oliet & Eastern ......-.....................---1939 490 2,553 2,42 767 164 1, 54 67.2 27.o 4o2 36.4 54.2
~35 677 746 329 s4 781 d 119 104.6 44.0 42.1 53.5 5i.2 1938 1938S 435 1,55 -1,701 645 16:i59f a 92 4.4.52.
4 9 1 ,0 74 1, 6 38554 7 98 1 ,48 5 d 200 9 0 .7 33.4 36 .s 2 4.9 60 .5 1939 Lo ng Isl an d -.............. ................................. 1939 383 1,016 2 ,2 8 7 3 ,4 64 1 ,09Z 4 19 6 3 ,0 46 9 .9 8 9 31.6 35 .9 54.o 61 .4
395 1,070 1,535 456 98 1:418 92. 29.7 322 60.1 65.0 1938 1938 394 836 2,299 3,279 947 195 2,930 89.4 28.9 32.3 57.9 64.8
1029 2,12,9 2,7 4 ,7 2,1 ,3 6 3.7 4-38320..932Pnsyvai9-----------6----------------- 199 1095_5,29 1,328236.1949 4,134,22.,34 7-8 317 41s..9 5-
10,307' 1,013 5,000 25,5 7 : 516 1,0 22,619 3,736 76.: 30.0 37.3 2. 533 1938 1939 10,309 37,54 11,28 53,39 16,471 4,23 43,500 4,025 4.6 305 37.9 2.7 530
1,450 3,626 26o 4,o6 1,126 229 3,056 705 75.1 27. 36.8 42.2 56.2 1939 Reading.-1939 1,450 7,785 573 8,731 2,313 519 6,344 1,664 72.7 26.5 36.5 41.2 56.7
1,452 30o67 256 3,505 1,065 2b2 3,012 257 85.9 304 35.4 49.1 57.2 1938 Pchna eln
5Pocahontas Region: 1938 1,452 O 555 7,574 2,179 519 6,211 892 82.0 28.8 35.1 47.3 57.7
3,110 7,933 184 8,357 2,769 689 5,395 2,026 64.6 33.0 1.1 25.9 40.2 1939 Chesapeake & Ohio........................................-.-.1939 3,110 16,562 424 17,493 5,683 1,379 11,127 4,456 63.6 32.5 51.1 25.5 40.1
3,102 6,935 190 7,330 2:569 693 5,201 1,452 71.0 35.1 4.4 29.2 41.1 1938 1938 3,102 14:966 475 15,895 5,245 1,385 10,707 3,497 67.4 33.0 49.0 28.0 416
2,191 6,316 115 6,611 2,047 415 3,941 1,917 59.6 31.0 51.9 23-9 4o.O 1939 Norfolk & Western-.................................... 1939 2,191 13,143 276 13,814 4,239 829 8,187 4,018 59.3 30.7 51.8 23.9 4o.3
2200 4:9o 121 5222 1,92 415 3,739 697 71.6 36.2 56 28.9 431938Southern Region: 1938 2,200 10,24 313 10,899 3,932 830 7,753 1:457 71.1 36.1 50.7 28.9 4o.7
5,108 3,034 1,033 4,510 1,125 177 3,173 623 70.3 24.9 35.4 36.4 51.8 1939 Atlantic Coast Line................ 1939 5,1036135 1,800 8,851 2,341 355 6,491 960 73.3 26,4 36.1 37.9 51.6
5,105 2,717 1,182 4:345 1,100 167 3,105 566 71.5 25.3 35.4 37.0 51.7 1938 1938 5,105 5:402 2,088 8,335 2,262 334 6:383 675 76.6 27.1 35.4 39.9 522
1,871 936 100 ,1 19 416 71 1,073 d 11 91.0 35.3 38.7 44.9 49.3 1939 Central of Georgia ................................. 1939 1,871 1,939 217 2,450 843 142 2,190 29 9.4O 34.4 38.5 44.5 49.7
1,927 894 118 1,1 9 386 71 1,078 aZ -4 92.2 33.0 35.8 47.1 51.1 1938 1938 1,927 1,749 260 2,322 782 143 2,183 d lo 940 33.7 35.8 48.5 51.6
4,949 5,927 747 7,180 2,273 558 5,691 779 79.3 31.7 39.9 40.7 51.3 1939 Illinois Central.........................1939 4,949 12,414 1,76 14,030 4,662 1,109 11,692 1,840 77.8 31.0 39.9 40.0 51.4
4:951 5,601 785 6,872 2,008 532 5,357 778 78.0 29.2 37.5 41.3 53.0 1938 1938 4,951 11,946 1,675 14655 4,100 1,070 11,219 1,870 76.6 28.0 36.5 41.5 54.2
4925 5,694 41 6,586 2,308 361 5,116 86 77 3 .0 45.1 5.8 46.1 1939 Louisville & Nashville....1939 4,925 12,074 1,040 414,051 4,663 722 10,517 2,270 74.9 33.2 44.3 35.1 46.9
4:938 4,32 547 5,779 2,114 359 4,942 241 85.5 3.6 42.8 o.6 47.5 1938 1938 4,938 10,326 1,179 12,357 4,395 717 10,391 80go0 84.1 35.6 42.3.4 48.1
4,317 2,693 759 3,807 1,21.c 178 3,004 300 78.9 31.8 .403 36.6 46.4 1939 Seaboard Air Line ............................. 1939 4,317 5,623 1,513 7,852 2,500 355 6,174 661 78.6 31.8 O.5Z 36.5 46.4
4:318 :2,4 37 3:561 1,103 170 2,862 209 80. 31.0 38.5 38.2 47.5 1938 1938 4,318 5,128 1,331 7,181 2,256 339 5,875 310 81.8 31.4 38.4 39.1 47.8
661159 54397 585 7,039 2188 27 5,300 858 75.3 31.1 -1 41.3.750'2 1939 Southern --_-............................................--1939 6:598 12,430 1,294 14,98 4 ,s 563 10,897 2,220 72.7 29.8 402
661 549 629 6,610 2,167 256 5,309 310 80.3 32.8 0. 3 50.2 1938 1938 6,611 10,927 1,502 13,576 4,416 512 10,981 588 80.9 32.5 4021.2 50.9
1,619 914 47 1,027 280 3 790 41 77.0 27.3 35.4 42.7 55.5 1939 Yezoo & Mississippi Valley..............1939 1,619 1,884 104 2,132 578 77 1,647 80 77.3 27.1 351 43.3 56.1
1,619 969 58 1,09 257 779 99 71.2 23.5 33.0 40.7 57.2 i1938 1938 1,619 2,014 137 2,289 508 88 1:612 246 70. 4 22.2 315 41.3 58.7
1:6.9 5150 1 193 103

4"Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income" modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."
dZ_/ Includes Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
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.


FEBRUARY, 1939


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1939 AND 1938 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY, 1939 AND 1938

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expenses, expenses.
Net Oper- percent of percent of Net Oper- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway eating
of road ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles ation in- oper- ratio
operated Passen- All eluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Passen- All clouded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close 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
of month nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues senses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) ( ) (g) (h) (i) (.j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (ma)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars)
8,3 *,16 *7 ,526 ,177 $5, 346 d $6 96.7 9.4 40:. 7 48:.7 5r19t9 Chicgo orthWestein .... .. 1939 ,383 3 $,760 1,638 $11. 35 $ l4,1 329 :10,925 93.1 37. 1 .1 17.2 50.7
391 4,083 76 5,94 2,237 424 5,513 100.3 0.7 4o6 51.2 51.0 1938 1938 ,391 8,576 1,720 11,611 4,690 819 11,535 99.3 40.7 50. 50.7
1,505 1,173 32 1,291 4 5 1,060 .2 31. .6 42.2 51.3 1939 Chicago Great Western.- ........................-1939 1,505 2,473 74 2,737 46 89 2,181 4 79.7 30.9 3. .6 51.0
1,505 1,10634 1,220 45141145 1,132 92.7 372 14.2 46.4 50.0 1938 1938 1,505 2,327 8o 2,588 911 90 2,327 d 286 89.9 35.2 39.2 15.9 51.1
10,912 6,023 525 7225 2,3490 482 6,119 1 2 814. 33.1 39.1 43.8 51.7 1939 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific.... 1939 10,942 12,751 1,171 15,321 1,990 966 12,65 177 82.6 32.6 ]9.k 12.6 51.6
5.72772 2 R10 4749':4 112,26 1 2042z 5. 4 0 966]12 654.47522.
10.961 5538 22:7 5,919 d.228187.14 33.1 37.9 "5.7 52.3 1938 1938 10,96 11,6 1,20 1 01 4592944122512 5.3 31.9
1,629 977 99 1,148 362 49 1,125 d 98.0 31.6 32.2 57.9 59.1 1939 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha__ 1939 1,629 2,049 212 2,414 728 97 2,278 d 286 94.4 30.1 31.
1:649 965 o6 1,148 351 -49 1,100 95.89 30.6 31.9 56.1 58.5 1938 1938 1,61482,080 234 2,47 720 98 2,293 92.6 29.1 31.5
8,072 3,912 265 14,582 1,777 308 4,286 d 4 935 38.8 41.5 46.o 149.2 1939 Great Northern-- ----.------1939 8,072 8,294 623 9,752 3,5614 617 8,717 d 9 914.36.50.9 ,.3 149.6
8,071 3N10 301 4129 1,53 311 4031 dNO 97.6 37.1 38.0 50.3 51.5 1938 1938 .071 7,196 66 8,7114 3,034 621 8,255 ; 97 34:. 6.7 9.8 52.6
4,290 1,403 9 15914 647 103 1, 6529 104.1 40.6 39.0 54.6 52.5 1939 Minneapolis. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie1939 4,290 2,9147 135 3,3148 1,620 3,.34 99. 3.1 3.2 531
4,301 1,290 6 1:1489 621 103 10644 12 110.5 41.8 37.8 59.3 53.7 1938 1938 4,301 27011323 124 043A109 05.1 38.5 365 7.4 1.1
6,721 3,159 22 4 ,754 1,461 282 3,670 d 214 97- 3'9 39.8 47.8 14.8 1939 NorthernPacific-...-..... .. ...---------1939 6,721 6,6.49 520 7, 2,56734 557 92. 35.9 .7 .
6,721 2,892 251 3,47 1,326 282 3,436 2 9.6 380 38.6 4-5 49.2 1938 Central Western Region: 1938 6,721 5,9" 5814 7 S 2,820 56 7,295 d 559100.7 3.9
959 775 196 1,131 283 21 900 d 1079.6 25.0 31.5 :0 56.6 1939 Alton............................................ ..1939 959 1,24182,1 608196 d 6180.8 26. 32.6
957 781 201 1,11 321 30 949 3 .2 28.2 336.53.6 1938 1938 957 1:636 426 2,393 636 61 1,951 81.8 26.61 2.5 414 .9
13,475 7,838 1,208 9,976 4,059 986 9,0114 d 2 .9g.14 40.7 4z.0 41.6 46.1 19 Atchison,.oea&SneF ----------13 1472 16 27539.2,861414..1964141.3 146.8 2
13,512 7,887 1,2142 10,054 47. :609 98 9,976, .99.2 45.s 42 44.84 199 Topeka&2ante Fe U..........199 13' .71 2,563 21.,286 8, 7 1961 1.,77 4 1 16 88.2:
1 91938 13 51 1 3 2,591 21,4o1 ,1965 209 97.1158 11. 4.
8,941 5,290 612 6,589 1,973 432 5,196 333 78.9 29.9 38.0 40.9 51.9 1939 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ------------- -__1939 8,941 11,063 1,338 13,8 4,070 864 10,618 1,086 76.7 29.4 38.3 3 51.7
8,970 1,888 628 6,237 2,026 1 5,253 4 120 8.2 32.5 38.6 43.5 51.7 1938 1938 8,970 10,287 1,375 13,159 1,255 837 10,98 4 8883.5 32.3 38.7 51.5
7,23 4,103 532 5,057 1,7140 341 14,1482 d 6 88.6 314.14 38.8 143.6 49.2 1939 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ---19319 7,28 ,6 1,182 10,763 3,555 684 9,239 71 85.8 33.0 38.5 142.7 49.8
7,149 4 1,114 59 5,212 1,696 345 4,7399__0o9 32.5 35.8 7. 52.0 1938 1938 7,197 8,54 1,279 10,8063, o1 692 9,736 45 90.1 31.5 35.0 17.7 5.0
2,5635,21255:1,596 6283101-1,399;a19314:8.7 82
2.563 1,45_____101 1.37o]9983 7 :. .9 9.4 -5.0 1939 Denver & Rio GrandsaWestarn 1939 256 31583,44 1,2 202 26 101 2.8 36.1 14.6 8'2
2,570 1,298 1,6 602 100 1,370 1 13 44.0 3.0 45.-71938 1938 2:570 2,839 160 3,193 1,21 200 2, d6 214 89.7 38.0 1.1. 4.
8,657 8,571 1,398 10,915 3,616 539 9,211 d 1:.1 33.1 39.3 41.6 49.3 1939 Southern Pacific Company /-....-.-..............1939 8,657 18,251 2,22 23,195 7,341 1,076 19,180 603 82.7 31.6 11.6 50.1
8,707 7,890 1,592 10,456 3,393 556 9,1494 90.8 32.5 35.7 47.8 52.7 1938 1938 8,732 16,614 3:,4 22,101 7,019 1,113 19,826 d1 89.7 31.8 147.5 52.9
9,9o4 8,410 931 10, ,1 206 o0.o03Union Pacific.............13 9,048052184,52 680 ,616,11,07.0 83 3.3-1 5.
9,912 7,537 1,006 9,3 6 621:7,0160614597.6 2 33995.37"7 398.21 51.3 g 1931819 Southwestern Regon: .19389 9,9120 1585 2,285 20,02 5,151 1,261 11,931 1, 11 71.6 25.7 348. 5
3,294 1,632 145 1,97 674 ll1 1,741 d 64 88 1 3 .1 38.7 42.4 14.2 1939 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .......................-.1939 3 294 3,14,40 3304,12 i,393 223 3,d0r, 6 6.1 33.2
3 1,58 15 19 659 109 1,798 92.6 3.9 36.7 46. 50.11938 1938 3,294 8 339 218 3,685 d Is86.9 31.3 36.1 14.o 50.6
7,173 5,087 372 5,999 2,065 363 4,920 217 82.0 34.4 42.0 9:7.48.14 1939 Missouri Pacific...... 13 71,-76 1,54-1,7076----0-7.--.4--.8 3.
7,175 5,01 18 5,989 2,010 368 5,003 101183.5 33.66 40.2 11. 19.5 1938 1938 7,175 10,677 8776 12,516 300,98 726 10,2889 74314 82.2 321.5 38.14,.. 51.5
4,43 2,637 226 3,1147 1,3141 26 02937 d 5 :93 j 42.6 tZ-7 41.4 44. 1939 St. Louis-San Franciscoo-............................. 1939 4 843 5,455 514 6,563 2,810 512 6,093 12292. 42.8 .1 .0 .2
4,885 2,501 252 3,035 13145 260 3,047 d 39100. 414.3 1.1 454 45. 2 1938 1938 4,885 5,277 556 6,1,25 2,817 521 6,350 98.8 43.8 1.1 15.2 5.7
17l 1,35] 18 1,1427 500 52 1,180 o~ 4.3 3. 4.
1701193Z3is 1.427 57 52 1,0862 3. 23 36: 4 1939 St. Louis Southwestern Lines......................1939 1,701 2,786 42 2;944 1,007 1042,376 70 80.7 34.2
1o6A 6 26 3.s 39. 51.61938 1938 1,0 7644 2,912 801 10 2,270 10977.9 27.5 35.3 39.9 51.1
4,416 2,79 238 3,283 1,024 123 2, 495 27 4 76.0 31.2 41.0o34. 1..7 1939 Texas & New Orleans.-------....1939 4,1416 5,733 500 6,769 2,0814 247 5,129 94758 30.8 406 35.1
4,421 2,819 257 3,353 1,177 135 2:7460 75 81.7 35.1 42.9 36.6 1.8 1938 1938 4,421 5,705 570 6,8942 2,391 271 5,617 113 62.5 34.9 12. 3.5 454
1,3 ,680 153 1,93 580 100 1,402 327.14 29.1 111 22 4. 99 Texas & Pacific.-------........--------------1939 1,363,1401 34814088 1,78200 2,903 668 71.0 2988 106 3. 4.
1,937, 1,596 183 194 523 100 1,409 214 72.14 26.9 37.1, 36.0o 4-7 11938 19381 1,937 3,316 807 4,065 1,11 1 99g 2,9521507 72.6 27.6 38056 14.


* "Net railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent."
_/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
k/ Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
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