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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA UNIV. OFFL L t

3 26 073 907 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION DOUMENTi QEP
3162 08730 9307

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


U.S. DEPONITOV

OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES OF LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-SELECTED ITEMS FOR ROADS WITH ANNUAL OPERA I- IN-M' ",0- ,000.


Statment No. M-150
MARCH, 1939


FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1939 AND 1938 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH, 1939 AND 1938
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintennce Transportation
expenses expenses, expenses, expenses.
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freht PassenerNet Oper- percent o perent of
miles Depreoi- railway ating Average Depreci- railway ating
of road P- Per- ation in- oper- ratio Region. road, and year miles Per- Per- ation in- oper- ratio
operated Aount cent Amount cent All eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount ent_ Amount Icen Total All cluded sting (Per- Oper-r p- a
at close in- in- Total ainte- in pre- Total income* cent) eating eating eating eating operated in- in- mainte- in pr- Total income cent) ti
of month crease ceases nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease nance ceding revs- ex- revs- ex-
column nues penses noues penses column nues pens nues penses
(a) (b) (( (a) M( g ) (h) (i) (J) (k) (1) (m) (n) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (an)
(Monev items in thousands of dollar" ( Money items in thousands of dollars)


200,147
L01,1427


1,876
3,998
911

986
986

2,290
2,275
1,032
1,032
1,283
1, 308

11:043
11,080
1,70.
1,704
2,115
2,115
233
233
2, 410
2, 14314

6, 405

712
709
927
927





10,289
10,307
1,450

3,110
3,102
2,191
2,2O0
5,108
5,105
1,871
1,927
4,949
:,951
4,908
4,938
4,317
4,318
6,7
6: 91
1,619
1,619


29,110
28,929


" Nt railway operating Income' Is derived from 'Railway operating income', modified by debits and credits arising from 'Equipment rented' and 'Joint facility rent.,
Percent Increase computed on units of dollars.
SIncludes Boston & Albany, lessor to New Yok Central,
Deficit or other reverses item.
(over)


$227,117
199,579
2,767
2,330



1,806



,615
,670
1,709
1,290
3,263
2,917
20,122
16,656


2,369
1,852
1,346
955
3,247
2,817
11,051
9,056
2 114
11

,969



628
543
25,023
2o,819
4,102
3,532
8,961,
7,113
6,472
5,199
3,566
3,599
1,102
1,069
6,149
601
6,021

2 ,028
,989
6,762
6,019
1,1314


13.8

18.8

22.7

24.2

11.3

20.2

32.5

11.8

20.8

20.6

27.9

41.0

15.3

22.0

10.14

8.1

66.2

15.8

20.2

16.1

26.0

214.5

d .9

3.1

8,0

22.0

1.3

12.3

18.2


93,133
1 ,746 d .6
1,757
6,321 d 1.0
6,386


.7

2.8

2.3

.3

3.-4



11.2

d 10.1

2.1

4.9

d 4.7

d 8.9

d 1.0

d 8.13

.6





1.7

1.6

1.9














25.6




d 18.3


d 1.8

d 1.14

d 6.2



d 15.0





d 2.6






d 10.1

d 2.0


I y -u


$799,861
723,376


251,1476

3,363
6,772
5,926
1:273
1,22
1,111
3,776

5,492

1,:452



27,777
21,202


2,553
2,023
1,442

3,670
3,221






1,14,88
877
1,863
1,714
1,523








9,146o
7,582

6, 8314
5,551
5,20
5,183
1,380
1,357



,032
4,5260
4,033
8,139
7,301
1,271
1,106


8, 966
79,695
1,042
1,005
1,871
1,8514


1,046
e1k


626
558
9o6
857
9,051
7.901
884
798







;51






32
304252


629

8,147

1,226
1,065


2,211
2,053
1,199
1,256
46
436
2,148
2,121
2,507
2,069
1,309
1,185
2,400
2,270


015 2n
15,221
131
135
282
281



203
20;
307
315
97
93
177
181
1,321
1,339


198
219
1S7
187
179
179


117
119
49
52
82

98
98
2, 240
2,126



689
693
4114
415
177
171
71
71
m

361
360
190
170
283
255
40
50


$21, 370
20z, 491
2,962
2,74.3
4, 996
4,,985
1,1412
1,334



4, o



2,696
2,679
21,811
20,304
2, 410
2,214
1,965
1,829
1,389
1,009
2,819
2,728
9,3214
8,86:
2,0
1,01
1,041
990


1,6
1,508
24,

3:106
3,131
5,956
5,502
4, 266
3,997


1 169
1 16Z,

6,100
5,6140

5,50o4
5,055
3,2147
3,078
5,703
5,552
8649
856


$29, 412
11,871


6147
4 16




368

9140
17
16o
d 216
50
112
1,822

594
196



98
98
265

2,025
1121






81
85
68
18
260
d 75
2 142




d 1614

14,9914
3,702
895
689







69
52



1,052
380
d1428













229
27


76.7
81.3




RA,6
71.6
82.3
79.1
78.2
73.6
5.2
81.2
100.9


78.5
83.9
68.7
76.7
77.0
90.14
96.3
96:4
76.8

7117
74.


78.2





J11:2
80.9

70
91.8





71.9






71.9
78.2







6.3
62.14
72.0



84.7
g5.8



76.9
83.8
76.2
76.3
70.1
76.0
66.8
77.:4


1939 Total-Roads listed herein--.. ..............1939
1938 New England Region: 1938
1939 Boston & Maine...................----- 1939
1938 1938
1939 New Yokk. New Haven. & Hartford_-.-........1939
1938 13
Great Lakes Region: 1939
1939 Delaware & Hudso. 1939
1938 1938
1939 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western----1939
1938 1938
1939 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) 1939
1938 1938
1939 Grand Trunk ester. 1939
1938 1938
1939 Lehigh Valley 1939
1938 1938
1939 New York Central.-/ 1939
1938 1938
1939 New York, Chicago & St. Louis .. .-1939
198 1938
1939 Pere Uarquette --. ------- 1939
1938 1938
1939 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .-........-------------------1939
1938 1938
1939 Wabash__-_ -- -----1939
1938 1938
Central Eastern Region:
1939 Baltimore & Ohio---------------------1939
1938 1938
1939 Central of New Jersey --......._-----_--..-.- 1939
1938 1938
1939 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ....-------- -- 1939
1938 1938
1939 Elgin, Joliet &-Easter. .---------1939
1938 1938
1939 Long Isla-d ........ -------. 1939
1938 1938
1939 Pennsylvania................................ 1939
1938 1938
1939 Reading .-.--------...............----- ----------- -.-- 1939
1938 13
Pocahontas Region: 1938
1939 Chesapeake & Ohio.......---.....----------- --- 1939
198 1938
1939 Norfolk & Western ---------......-- ................- --- - 1939
1938 1938
Southern Region:
1939 Atlantic Coast Line.....................----------------- 1939
1938 1938
1939 Central of Georgis-.-......................-----------1939
1938 1938
1939 Illinois Central __...........------------_.1939
1938 1938
1939 Louisville & Nashville ------......................------ 1939
1938 1938
1939 Seaboard Air Line-.........----------------.1939
1938 1938
1939 Southern e --__------1939
1938 1938
19 9 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley--------------- _1939
1938 1938


201,A 5


1 882
2:004
831
831
986
986
2,0

1,032
1,032
1,283
1,308
11,0143
11,080
1,704
1,704
2,11
2,115
233
233
2,410
2, :434
6,405
6:,4417
712
709
927
927





10,289
10,308
1 450
1:42

3,110
3,102
2,191
2,200
5,108
5.105
1,871
1,927
4,949
4,951
4,920
14,938

4,317
4,318
6 5914
6:11
1,619
1,619


t 9n 20 2
566, 201



10,891



8,976
7,626
16,072
13.3b5
1, 8214
3:605
9,779
8,797

Z7~3

9,477
7,980
6,62k
5,219
3.650
2,500
9,213
7,99;
,929
,972
6,083
5:6114
2,9014
2,829


1,6
1,378
70,852
58,363
11,888
10,178
25,529
22,079
19,615
15, 439



0418

18, 908
17,960
18,205
15,351
8,652
8,117
12,19?

3,018
2,973


I I --- I. .L


283
288
1 9
I: R2



212
2314
469
552
114,177
114,703
184
197
214
220
126
139

P 4
2,206
2,:455
99k
1,0114
3714
381


3:427
420
16,510
16,09
840
818
625
683
409
450
2,872
3,177

S66
2, 33

1,9

2,311
1,967
1, 947
21937
2,183
155
200


11, 168
9,574
19,249
17,020



10,: 7
18,417
15,722


10,90

80,108
70,058
9, 68

7,167
5,722
3,927
2,777
10,1491
9,2M



7,593
7,078
3,714
3, 6114

2,577
5,327
5,028
95,690
82,9014


26,953
23,477
20,614.8
16:4
14,051
13,518
13:Mo


22,921
22,133
21,205
18,390
12,112
11,2114
,123

3,403
3,395


1252,289
232,895
2,996
2,916
,239
,207
1%6



5, 422
5,081
1,603
1,56
2 4-73

25,702
22, 453
2,536
2,358
2 ,419
2:340
1,927
1,351


10,4.2
10,690
2,201
1,535
1,094
1,057
1,221
977
1,722
i, 31

30,109
24,617


8,740
8,010
6,450
5,985


1,299
1,218

,22?
169

3,809
31441


871
783


W14,462
5,357


814
843


611
619
92D
946
290
282

953
:,015





561
562
536
539
1,799
1,831
349
355
149
156


2914
293
6,1457
6,129
T78
782
2,069
2,078
1,214
1,425





1,663
1,615
1,083
1,076
535
509
8146
767
118
138


$622,125
604,827
8,289
8,097
14,292
14,373
4,177
4,255


I4,011
13,513
4,455
4,193
7,875
8,077
63,-9
59,761
6 959
6, 594
5,6914
5,452
3,692
3,018
1: ?77

26,869
26, 87
5,89o
5:294
2,982
2:947
2,963
2,399
4, 691
4,:438
71,842
65,000


17,083
16,209
12,45
11,75o
9,878
9:859


11,792
11:659
16,021
15, 6
9,421
8,953
16,600
16,533
2,496
2:468


172,939
114,596
1,221
d 47
1,585

1,185
219






1,593
399
1-, 531






d 20
4 03
d-,922










112
30





13,729
7,727
2,559
1,582



2,282
1,912
1,586


2,71
2,889

3, 322
1,181
1,157
739
go


77.8
83.6
74.2
94.6
74

71.14
g6.1

79.6
82.6
76.1
5.9
82.6
101.1
72.2
80.8
78.7
85.3
69.s
77.s
79.A
95.3
94.0
108.7

885
76.1
88.5



79.6
81.5
68.14
93-1
88.1
88.3
75.1
78.64
72.4
80.7




70.4
72.
87.7
91.0
76




77.8
79.9
71.8
79.2
73.-4
72.7


31.5
32.2
26.8
30.5
27.2
30.6
25-9
29.9
25.2
22.9
29.4
32.3
3.:4
3 7
22.7
25.0
32.1
32.0
25.-4
27.8


49.1
4.6
29.1
31.8
29.7
35.0
29.0
21.7
29.2
29.3
28.2
37.9
32.3
28.5
31.5
29.7
26.6
28.0
32.4
314.1

31.2
36.1I
222

33.9
33.1


33.8
35.1
31.5
30.7
29.7
32.0
25.6
23.1


14.0




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=Net always operation inoome= ls de lvcd fr "Railway operattn "noons", odlfted by debits and o eate 'lelng from "Equipment ente= and "Joint faoillty rent.=
Preent inorcaee oo pute on unite of dollars.
noludso Boston & 1 lessor I New Yot Centre.
Defiolt or othcr reverse 1tern.
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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.


MARCH, 1939


FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1939 AND 1938 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH. 1939 AND 19M
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expenses, expenses,
Freight Passenger Net Ope- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of
Depreoi- railway ating Average Depreci- railway sting
Miles PrPer- ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year milesPer- ation in- oper- ratio
Depreci-trailwaludeeragenPer-ePer- ation en- oper- Oatio
of road cent jasent All eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent All eluded ating
operated Amount in- Am t Total maints- in pre- Total income* cent) eating eating eating eating operatedin- in- Toainte- in pre- Total income cent) ating ating ating ating
at close creacrecease nance ceding reve- ex- rve- ex- creae crease nne ceding rev- ex- rev-- ex-
of month column nues penses nues penses column noes penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (hI) (i) (J) (k) () (a) (n) (0) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (V) (w) (3) (y) (z) (an)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)"s Money items in thousands of dollars)"

Northwestern Region:
.383 $4,918 4.1 $748 d 1 $6,389 $.3 413 $5,725 d1_ 8.6 36.5 40. 5.1 50.3 1939 Chicago & North Western- 193 8,383 ,13,678 2.8 ,72 $1, _6,6o 91. ..6 .0
8.391 4,726 773 6,176 22350 578,3_ 93.6 38.o 46 47.6 5091938 1938 8,39 13,302 2,12. 8 17.787 $, 1.271 17,318 2 97.3 7" 3665 d17 149.14 50.8
1,505 1,3149 14.1 43 214.2 14956 06 119 66 76.6 1 Chcago Great ester 3,822 118 2.7 1232 1, 1 13 3,326 9 78.6 30.
1,505 196 35 1,425 49 5145 1,194 d 4 83.8 347 1. 1.27 9219 1939 1,50535.5 1,329 786 3.
95,1938 1,505 3,623 114 4,13 1,405 13Z 3,521 d 87.7 35.0 39.9 4.3 5o.5
lO,942 6,826 3.8 542 1.9 8,135 2 482 6,683 321 822 333 4. 14.2 50.2193 cagoMilwaukee St. Paul & Pacific-- 1939 O,942 19,5T7 6.5 171 d 1.3 3,45 7,702 1 4 19,091 0 1g:I 2.8 '
10,961 6,573 532 7,820 2,72 478 6,507 228 l3.2 3 o..4 1 41.2 50-7 1939 1938 lo,963 18,379 1,731 22,221 7,21 2 2l6
629 1,128 6.9 96 d 8. 1,314 38 48 11 d 6 8 2 33.2 50.7 57.6 1939 Chicago. St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha_ 1939 1,629 13 115 921 2.8 32
1 6M1 055 105 1 .2 6,M 29.o9d 2 a 2 :2 3 0 : 93 177 1 3307 d .43 729 1 .1n1 3 4 3 d 5 2. 9
85 0 28.0 52.8 1.9 1938 1938 1,614 3,135 339 3,724 1,019 117 3,357 d 2 90.2 27.4 30 51
8,072 4,142 9.6 27 d r. 5,60 1,952 309 4,626 127 82.6 34.8 42.2 4o.2 48.7 1939 Great Northern 1939 8,072 13,1 13.1 902 d 6 5,355 35.9 141. 142. 14.3
9:071 It: 17 245.04 :57 310o 4:223 d 39 92 2 199 02 ?19 3- 92 d5. 1 6925 13.441 d 464 86.?1 35
5,09 1,587 310 14,2236 d 82.9 31 37.6 43.3 52.2 1938 1938 ,071 1 ,6 955 13,o 8 21931 12, 7 90.4 335 3.
1,290' 1,656 1.6 67 4 6.3 1,882 697 98 1,754 d 126 93.2 3 .0 39-7 148.5 52.1 1939 Minneapolis. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 1939 4,2904,604 4.14 198 8__ 5,230 1,9723597 37.7
1939 0,17330 597:4 3
5 193.1 3148 37.a 50.4 54.111938 4,300 4,4112 5,7 1 03075,134 100.9 37.1 51.3
6,721 3,912 10.1 240 d 6. 4,581 1817 282 ,198 108 91.7 39.7 43.3 42.0 45.8 1939 Northern Pacific._.1939 6,721 10,562 11.2 760 4 9.6 12,525 4,666 817 11.5 166 92.2 37.3 1o.1 141.1 8.1
6,721 3.553 257 4,239 11432 282 3,76 209 88.9 33.8 38.0 1.3 19.8 1938 11 7
Centrl Western Region: 1938 6,721 9,501 841 11, 7 4,252 847 11,063 dj390 96.3 37.
959 926 12.0 187 d 1.6 1,305 356 21 1,028 10 78.8 27.3 34.6 42.8 5-.3 1939 Alton 1939 959 2,148 .7 605 d 1.6 3,616 964 64 2,895 80.1 26.7 33.3 1.2 55.2
957 826 19o 1,199 355 30 1,036 d 91 86.4 29.6 34.2 473 54.7 1938 1938 957 2,U2 615 -3,592 991 91 2,992 83.3 27
13,466 9,1o6 1.3 1,194 2.4 11,396 4,6o2 994 10,008 10 8 7.8 o.40 146. 4o .4 6.1 1939 Atchison, Topeka & Sante e a/ ....... 1939 13,472 25,879 .8 3,757 32 6 2 12,9 9 2.95 2,75 4 8 .6 5 41.0 16.5
13,512 8,992 1,166 1,186 14,693 992 10,378 92.8 12.0 15.2 13.0 6.1 193 1938 13,512 25,66 3,757 32:364 14,lo9 2,957 30:947 95.6 43.1 51
8,931 6 057 7-7 537 d 6.0 7,1400 2,190 432 5,531 812 747 29.6 39.6 38.1 51.0 1939 Chicago. Burlington & Quiny---__1939 8,938 17,119 7.6 1,875 d 3.6 212 6,260 1,296 16,1149 1,898 76.0 29.5 389
8,970 5:623 571 7,008 1,994 421 5,379 538 76.7 28 .4 52.141938 1938 8,970 15,910 1996 20,167 6,249 1,258 16,361 450 81.1 31.0 38. 1:. 57-
6,0 1,9 3,8 8 80.1 31.7 39.6 4.4 50.4Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific- 1939 7,71 13,666 17 6.0 16,792 5,469 1,0 ,69551
7,496 5,0 585 6 OW 1,865 316 5,055 217 83.0 30.6 36.9 42.9 51.7 1938 1938 7,497 13,553 1,16,894 5,269 1,038 14,:791 4 238 8j 5 31. 2 5 1 5.
627 282 11.2 23 4 10.7 11l 132 3 327 d 2 81.5 33.0 4.5 363 446 1939 Chicago, Rook Island & Gulf............. 1939 627 7 2.9 81 d 10.2 1,118 313 8 852 j 76.2 28.0 9
627 254 25 370 86 3 268 72.5 23.2 32.0 36.8 50.8 1938 1938 627 748g90 1,119 239 10 813 72.7 21. 2 3 53
2,563 1,7583 7.7 103 4d 7. 1,783 816 101 1,627 d 88 91-3 45.8 5041 37-5 41.1 1939 Denver & Rio Grande Western. 1939 2,563 4,703 9.2 261 d 10.1 2172,O6O 303 04,43 14 85.7 39. 14.0 37.9 .
2,570 1,0 11l 1,668 659 1OO 1,471 88.2 39.5 14 39.9 45.2 1938 1938 2,570 4,308 29014861 1,874 3004 ,337 A 293 89.2 38.5
8,0657 ,725 13.3 1,591 d 1.9 13,535 3,876 5 9 10,1335 1323 76. 4 28.6 375 38.8 5 919 Southern Pacific Company b/ 91939 8,657 2,976 11.1 4512 d 11.2 36,730 11,217 1,614 29,515 1,925 8.4 30.
8707 91461,639 2,200 3,869 559 10,735 4d 433 88.0 31.7 360 166 529 193 19389 87214e6,079 5,083 34,301 10,887 1,672 30, 561 d 1,778 89.1 31.7 3.-472 5.
9,904 9,779 17.8 1,199 17.6 12,070 3,756 624 9,222 920 76.14 31.1 40.7 36.2 47.14 1939 Union c1939 9,904 27,1836 15.2 3,383 2.4 31,222 10,036,885 26,63 2,O470 76.2 29.3 5 37.5 119.2
9,912 8,301 1,019 10,258 2,973 615 7,823 69 76.3 29.0 38.0 37-7 49.4 1938 Southwestern Region: 1938 9,912 157 3,30 30,282 8,124 1,851 22,754 2,082 75.1 26.
3,294 2 1,920 3.2 149 d 5.2 2,314 733 ill 1,860 91 g 80.14 31.7 39.4 38: .1.47. 1939 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .................19319393.2 5,3 .3 1953478 ad3.4 66 2,126334 5,469 38 84.1 32.
3:e914 1,860 156 2,259 715 109 1:00 4 6 945 '17 7:5 1 5 49219 9133:98: 9 .9 2:4 2 ,9 4 a. 1
-zo9___ ,, 3. 41 -13 ,,19 .49 ,11 2 ,94 1 86.1 31.5 3. 4. 01

7,173 5,672 .9 355 4d 4.8 6,607 2,464 363 5,1472 251 82.8 37.3; 45.0 38.1 46.1 1939 Missouri Pacific- ------------------ --1939 71316,3149 1.5 1,131 9. 19,1514 6.534 1,089 15,14146 1,060 80.6 34.1 1.389 182
7,175 5623 373 6.584 2.416 368 5082 1 8 439 39.1 16.8 193516,12 12 1910 6,3 ,103 15,796 8.7 33 18
4,843 3:011 .6 215 d Z.2 3,559 1,1420 256 3,12 69 87.9 3- :. 9. 1939 St. Louis-San FacsO. -. .. 1939 4,14 68,1468 2.14 729 d 7. 5 10,121 4,230 768 9 2224......5 91.1 41. 119 105 i44
14,885 2,932323.7 .01,1409160 3,178739.7 1938 3889,973 4,226 795.3 4
4:W3< 5 2.99 0 6 23E 3,59 1.:09 2n 3 15 1936 ? 781939 : 09:504 9dl o_ n o..............1389 "'" .73' 2"78 011993":2"3 7719.0922 31 1 : "75

267 97 d 16.7 d3 lO4 38 1o6 d 3 c102:.3 36.8 36.o 1.2 50.1 1939 St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas ........1939 267 312 d 4.6 1 d 18.3 33114 312 ;4o
266 117 1 122 39 l09 d 89.8 32.3 36.0 155 50.7 1938 1938 266 328 2 34117 328 53 3:4. 357 19.
1,701 1,6OO 5-5 21 2.1 1,685 15 52 1,2o4 236 71.14 3o.6 42. 31.6 44.2 1939 St. Louis Southwestern i 1939 1,701 4,385 2.9 63 4 2.54 1,629 1,522 155 3,80 305 77.j 32.
1,7o6 1,516 20 1,600 13 52 1,14 181 71.3 26.4 37.1 35.0 49.1 1938 1938 1,706 4,262 64,511 1,22 310 290 75. 27 35.9 3.1 50.5
4,416 3,167 5-3 2 d 6.2 3,701 1,159 113 2,736 427 73.9 31. 42.4 3J.7 45. 1939 Texans & New Or'eans.... .............. 1939 4,416 8,900 2.1 733 4d10.5 10,470 3,243 60 7,865 1,021 75.1 31.0 11.2 3".6 1.1
4:521 3,9 208 142,1449 1916 135 2.08 79.5 33.; 42.4 .3 65 1938 1938 4,421 8,713 89 10,390 3,587 8,148 321 81.5 34.5 1.1 37.1 1.5
1,936 1,911 3.4 1714 4 1 ,267 725 1 1,644 346 725 32.0 44. 32 3 1939 Texan & Pacific- -----1939 1,936 21 3.0 2 6 6355 1,90 3,57 1,14 71.5 30.0 32.7
1,937 1,51 197 2,233 583 100 389 7C.l 26.1 37.3 35.1 50.0 1938 1938 1,937 5,?67 294 6:298 1,7014 2, 517 896 71.7 27.1 _7 5._"


9 'Net railway operating inoome' Is derived from 'Rallway operating income, modified by debits and credits arising from 'Equipment rents' and "Joint facility rent.'
00 Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
I ncludes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
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