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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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UNIV.OF-FL L1-. 3 126208730 945 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
W-)WMENTj DEPTH

I .BUREAU OF STATISTICS




U.S. DEPOTOWY
PERAM'ING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES OF LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-SELECTED ITEMS FOR ROADS WITH ANNUAL OPERATING REVENUES ABOVE $25,000,000.


Statement No. M-150
APRIL, 1939


FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL, 1939 AND 1938 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL, 1939 AND 1938

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues OpeTating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expenses, expenses.
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of
Depreci- railway eating Average Depreci- railway eating
Miles Per- Per- ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- atinn in- oper- ratio
of read cent Aen Total All eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road ceno cen Alleluddi Tting (per- per- sting sting sting
operated Amount in- Amount on-omroadcentToentnAle eudeinsttnga(per-npee-dAmounten- Amount Totale
In- in-iainte- in pre- Total income* cent)eating stngti ingntopratdsnne-
Of month crease crease nance ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease nance ceding reve-
column nues penses nues penses column nuees penses
(a) () (c) (d) (e) MW .) .[.h)I t) Q ) (k) 1) (m) (n) (o) (p) q) (r) () (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (a)
(Monsy items in thousands of dollars) ( I (Money items in thousands of dollars)-e


$252,638 185,015
239,272177,843


200, 430
201,41
1,939
1,960

1,881
1,998
831
831
996
986
2,290
2,275
1,029
1,032
1,283
1,307
11,o43
11,08O
1,7o4
1,70o4
2,115
2,115
233
233.
2, 410
2,:434
6,o400
6,:443


927
927





10,2 9
10,307
1,450
1,1452

3,110
3,102
2,191
2,200
5,107
5,105
1,871
1,927
4,949
4,952

4,38
4,317
4,318
6: 174
1,619
1,619


$198,876
i6,243
2,610
2,261
3,939
3,221
1,0844
1,513
3,387
2,563
252
4 79

1,447
1,213
3,473
2, 754
16,225
15,336
2,823
2,531
1,937
1,756
806
848
2,900
2,655
a 640
a:1442
2,230
1,752
g 6
943

1,0G42
794
615
510
20,700
19,383
3,734
3,391
,sg
,707
5
:,915

3,321
3,337
996


49

2,952
2,966


8614
911,


1939 Total-Roads listed herein .................................. 1939
1.938 1938
New England Region:
1939 Boston & Maine ....................................... 1939
1938 1938
1939 New York, New Haven. & Hartford ................. 1939
1981938
Great Lakes Region: 1939
1939 Delaware & Hudson .............................................- 1939
1a938 193
1939 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western -.----.............1939
1938 1938
1939 Erie (including Chicago & Erie)................-1939
1938 1938
1939 Grand Trunk Westerna-......- .........................1939
1938 1938
1939 Lehigh Valley -_ 1939
1938 1938
L939 New York Central a/.... . 1939
L938 1938
L939 New York, Chicago & St. Louis....-............ 1939
L938 1938


Pere Marquette -. ..............

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .............

Wabash_. ............................
Central Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio .........................


..................- 1939
1938
............... 1939
1938
1939
1938
------ .------- .- ..- 1939
1938


6.8

15.14

22.3

21.9

32.1

17.3

19-3

26.1

5.8

11.5

10.3

d 49

9.2

2.4

27.3

11.1

31.1

20.5

6.8

10.1

d 43.2

d 21.0



8.5


17.0

d 4.1



7.2

d__.4


$30,o44 0.2
29,970
521 3-9
502
2 llg 2-5
2:o67
12 6.6

528 d 4.1
551
71 d 8.2
4
67 7.2
63
170 1
196


62d 5
65
62 11.6
55
7 d 13.2
2
184 2.6
1I0
818 d 4.1
852


101 3.2
98


1, 2414 3.3
1,2o4
5,735 4.1
5,508
260 d 1. 5
264
281 -7
279
152id .0
157
768d 6
823
92 d 8.9
101
6831 7
735
482 .7
478
47 22.3

726 3.0
705
57 d 2.7
66


15,1i4O
130
135
282
281
94
87
203
207
306
312
98
94
177
181
1,322
1,339



187


187
179
179
597
61o
117
118
50
52
so
83
98
98
2,219
2,128


686
692
420
415
172
173
71
71


361
36o
18o
170
291
255


$204, 045
195,928


5,087
5,023
1,4 02
1,291
3,2146
2,892
:r2

1, 467
11442
2,759
2,527
19,636
18,909
2,230
2,090

1,6814


2,775
2,553

8, 2a5



1,012
941
978
753
1,618
1,432
21,679
20:581
3,172
3,021

5,118
3,611
3,750
3,092
3,212
1,128
1,093

4,996
14 96
4,891
3,083
2,975
5, 415
5,262
790
769


1,056
1,002
2,067
2, o47

141

1,0~

1,727
1,758
592
581
919
811
8,133
7.051
842
736
832
702


1,109
913
3,691
3,088



395
333
426
302
61o
4T7
, 623
7,831
1,196
1,110
2,20
2, 516

1,972
1,937
1,092
1,193
440
405
2,431
2,125
2,192
2, 0114
1, 231
1,187

2,268
2,193


3,589
3,209
6,744
5,949
1,998
1,665

4,365
3,599
6,076
5, 324
1, 649
1,381
3,877
3,157
23,823
22,91M
2,995
2,706
2,116
1,925
879
930
3,3143
3,095
10,207
10,055

2, 271

1,193
1,094
1,208
886
1,9514
1,800
29,393
27,919

3,836
4,377
7,310
4,256
5,258
4569
4,584
1,248
1,185

1,92,

5,773
5,939
3,928
3,830
7,591
7,082
1,005
1,073


$13,559 80.8
8,179 81.9
332 76.0
51 82.3
514 74
d 155 N
1 70.1
77.6
564 74.4
19 80.14
7714 74. 1
17 84.5
L-- : ?
. 24 104:
689 71.1
153 80.0
15 82.4
82 82.4
302 74.4
208 77.3
d 31 89.2
d 28 87.5
d 1 123.9
105.7
d 21 83.0
9~ 2.8
11 87.5
495 82.0


814:.8
86.9

87 80.9
38 85.0
82.8
79-5

3,714 3.8
3,383 73.7
654 75.7
497 78.8
d 60 102.6
1MY 70.0
280 8.9
960 71-3
V 3 67.7
70.1
d 9o.4
d (T 92.3
1,082 75.
637 79.4

29 84.8
82.4
347 78.5
342 77.7
1,301 71.3
820 74.3
18 78.6
86 71.7


33.7
32.5
29.14
31.2





24.2
23.6
28.4
33-0
45.9

23.7
25.7
314.1
30.7
28.1
27.2
39-3
36.5
65.8
48.2
33.2
29.6
36.2
30.7
28.5
22.2
33.1
30.7



1.2
26.5
29.3
28.1
28.6
28.9


46.3
36.8
23.9
26.0
3 2

30.9
30.7
38.0
33.9
31.3
31.0
29.9
31.0
27.5
23.2


11.9 $120,113 d 2.14 $1,052:,5o$337,305
123,105 962,531 310,740


41.7
39.7
38.7
37.9
40.6
4o.8
38.7
34.2
32.6
29.3
38.4
39.1
40.3

33.3
32.1
41.4
37.3
37.7
35.2
44.1
41.7


410.0
35-8
41.3
37.5
38.14
30.0
39.0
35.4
43.6
40.1
37-7
33.3
39.8
38.0
31:7
3 .7

49.0
49.2
54.6
51.7
35.3
37.1
39.0
37.0
41.1
39.2
44.8
41.2
39.9
39.9
41.9
41.7
35.0
32.3


40.9





43.7
49.8



46.1
53.6
41.6
.46.5
40.9
44:..o
11.0


42.1
42.5
46.2
46.1
41.1
43.5
41.9
42.3
40 .
45.9
41.7
45.1
41.14
45.0
49.2
51.9
38.1
38.8
42.o
44.o
4o.9
28.8
31.0
28.5
36.
36.4

45.0
47.1





37.14
37.0
.5


144.
42.2


200.6
201,:44
1 949
1:96o
1,882
2,002
831
831
986
986
2,290
2,275
1,031
1,032
1,283
1,308
i, o43
11,080
1,7014
1,7014
2,115
2,115
233
233
2,410
2, :434
6, 404
6,:446
712
709
927
927
490



10,289
10,308
1, 450
1,452
%, 110
3,102
2,191
2,200
5,108
5,105
1,871
1,927
4,949
4,952
4,917
4,938
4 317
,:311

1,611

1,619


$842,077
752,438

,541
,7 1
114,830
11,963



12,363
10,189
21,32

6,271
4:,88
13,252
11,551
13,523
2,367
12,300
10,511
8,561
6,975


12,113
10,650
39,568
P, 413

s,312
7,366
38 41
3:671
4,906
3,135
2,258
1,888



15,622
13,569
29,338
28,786
23,500
20,354
13,023
12,337

3,731

25,159
23,301
22,945
20,292
11,603
11,082
25,317
22,688
3,882
3,987


4,052
3,918
7,306
7,254
2,058
1,920

3,249

71 149
6,839
2,395
2,1 U3
3,392
3,305
33,835






2,505
1,799
4 ,167
3,853
14,183
13,778
2,983
2,039
1,19
1,391
1, 647
1,279
2,332
1,908





10, 527
8,1422
1o73Z



9,422
7,922













1, 47
1,031


$6O65
6o,:594

520
54o
1,131
1,124
339
350
14
825
1,226
1,258
388
377
710
729
5, 2714
5,354
525
575
791
goo
748
749
715
717
2,41

4S7
473
198
209
325
335
392
391
s,676
8,257
1,7
',owu
2,755
2,770
1,663
1,661


2s4
286
2,2114
2,159

1: 436



1,137
1,022
153
181


$826,170
00,755
11,018
10,739
19,380
19,396
5, 549

12,6g9
11,5 2

18,513
18,011
5,923
5,635
10,634
IO, 603
826145
78,671
9,188
,68s4
7,5 2
7,136
4,791
4, 002
11,083
10,730
35,800
35,232
,:92Z
t97

3,9914
3,888
3,940
3,152
6,309
5,870
93,521
85, 584
12,822
12,363
21,575
21,327
16,0614
15,500
12,970
13,071
4,486
41440
23,713
22,285
20,917
20,337
12,504
11,928
22,015
21,795
3,287
3.237


$86,500
22,770
1, 554
4
2,099
d 708
1,603
425



2,823
d 252
331
d 871
2,282
551


1,866
668
679

300

41o
d 713
4,968
292
136
180



d 9



17,4143
11,110
3,213
2,078
6,250
5,962
6,168
3,242


914

3:957
3,521



1,504
1,080
5,052
2,165

327
359


"fNet railway operating income* is derived from "Railway operating inoomse, modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and "Joint facility rent.'
Percent Increase computed on unite of dollars.
a/ Includes Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
jW Deficit or other reverse item.
(Over)


Central of New Jersey....................


Chicago & Eastern Illinois


Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ................................. 1939
1938


Long Island--...............

Pennsylvania ................


.....................1939
1938
1939
1938


R e ad ing ....................... ....................................... 1939
1938
Pocahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio .......................... 1939
1938
Norfolk & Western ......... ..... ....................... 1939
1938
Southern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line .....................................--- 1939
1938
Central of Georgia......................................... 1939
1938

Illinois Central........................ ................. 1939
1938
Louisville & Nashville ..............................1939

Seaboard Air Line-.....................................1939
1938
Southern. ................................. ......1939
1938
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ..........................1939
1938


2o.6

24.o

2o.6

21.3

19.5

30.2

114.7

17.9

17.0

22.7

33.1

13.7

15.0

12.9

4.6

56.5

19.6

17.8

15.1

1.9

15.5

5.6

8.1

8.0

13.1

-.7

11.7

d .1


2,267
2,259
8 438
9,453
35
352

2,118
2,163


290
297



18,713
19,309
245
262
276
275
163
182
738
755
3,0214
3,308
1,

475
479


1 ,671
4:, 6214
22,2144
21,918
1,100
1,081
906
962




6410

1468
3,019
3,172
1,990
2,153
2,9

2, 674
2,888

213
265


.14


d .2

d 2.1





d 11.6



d 6.1

.2
d 10. 6







d 8.6

d 1.6

d .8




1.0

1.5

1.7







d 9.0
d 12.3

d 4.8

d 7.

18.14

d 7.


114,754
12,793
25,991
22:969


16,16o
14:,o6
214,1492
21, OU
7,04
5,528
14, 780
13,149
103,93)
93,:00
12,963
3.1,18
9,s28
7,67
4,806
3,708
13,834
12,321
45,521
40,556
10: 3g
9o,3N
4,39,
593
14,694





125,083
110, 82
17,516
15, 4l
31, 33C
30,781

21,708
I8, 62c
18,102


30,781
29 .057
26,979
24,32
16,0)
15,:O9

30,714
27,959
1:, 46


I I I I


40.8
38.8
36.8
36.5
37.9
37.-

31.6

31.9
28.1
3s.6
38.0
40.14
38.0
31.9
31.2
4o.9
37.5
36.8
35.6
42.9
42.6



37.6
35-9
39.6
39.1
37.6
29.2
37-3
35.8
41.8
40.6
37.0
32.5
41.4
37-9
36.9
35.2


52.14
51.1


38.8
36.5
40.4
37.5
44t.8
41.7
4o.3
3.8


34.9
31.9













INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION APRI, 1939

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 APRIL, 1939 AND 1938 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL, 1939 AND 1938
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses,
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Net Pprse n percent of
Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway eating
of0roa Per- Per- ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- ation in- oper- ratio
operad cent cent Total All eluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road cent cent All eluded eating (per- Opar- Oper- Oper- Opar-
opeated Amount n- Amount in- mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) eating eating eating ating operated Amont in- Amount in- Total mainte- in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating
at close crease crease nance ceding reve- ex- rave- ex- case crease nance cedingx-
of month column nues penses nues penses column nues panses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) Wi) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)"* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*a
Northwestern Region:
8,372 $4,495 4.6 $935 5.3 $6,0 $:2,586 *411 $5,770 d 4.2 9.7 42.9 44.8 445 46 1939 Chicago & North Western ------------.................1939 ,--380 8,163 3.3 3,22 d 2.0 2,154 9,338,63 *22,20 $692.8 38.71" 4.0 9.5
8,391 4,299 793 5,7N6 2,b55 421 5,86 aL 10. 46.2 45. 1 47. 6. 19893 ,11750,26355 9651692 $23,20 d 9$611.61.21. 4.
1,505 1,257 3.9 42 2.5 1,398 400 1,050 7 38-1 : 51. 1939 Chicago Great Weste....... ...93 1,0 5 5.1 86 916 2.6 5,630 1,701 6. 3.76 339.8. 6
1,505 1,210 41 1,339 431 45 1,095 d 91.7 32.2 39.3 50.61938 19 1505 4,3 156 5,353 1,36 17, 4. 2 .3.5 50.5"0
10,942 6,495 9.7 547 dA. 7,811 3,079 480 6,801 d 6 87.1 39. 4 453 4o.4 46.4 1939 Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific -.1939 10,942 26,072 7.3 2,260 d 2.7 31, 10,781 1,928 26,139 792 8 34.5 41.2 41.7 49.9
10.961 5,919 597 7,223 2,424 479 6,133 S 84.9 33.6 39.5 43.2 50.9 1938 1938 10,962 24,297 2,323 29,MJ4 9,624 1,902 24:925 3 38.6 51.8
1,629 1,013 4.3 97 d 1,200 373 48 1,9 1 d 91.1 31.1 34.1 51. 5 56.5 1939 Chicago. St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha 91939 1,629 4, 190 2.0 405 d 8.0 4, 928 1,483 194 4,526 d 4 91.8 30.1 32.8
1,648 971 101 1,163 311 49 1,014 d 51 87.2 26.8 30.7 51. 59 1938 1938 1,64 4:106 N0 4,887 1,330 196 4,372 8.2 30.4 53.5 58
,072 012 1.0 o288 d___. ,729 1990 309 4,405 528 76.9 2 43.2 35.9 46.7 1939 Great Northern- -.......................---- 1939 8,072 1819 14.4 1,189 d .1 21,08, 4320 1 285 1. 3 6.05.2 .
,7 Z. 1 0 4 288 97 1,694 311 4,129 32 82.8 34. 41.0 39.1 47.2 1938 1938 8,071 15,859 1,259 18,794, 1,241 16,607 1 1 .
4,290 1,687 6.8 64 8 14.0 1,906 0 102 173 8 12 92.0 38.3 416 45.9 49.9 1939 Mi apolis St. Paul & 313 45-9o49.9Minneapolis.0t.Paul&1Sault Ste. Maril939 5.0 262 d 10.6 7136 2,702 5 6,4 d
4,297 1, 580 75 1,821 67 103 1,66 8 4 91.5 35.5 38.8 48.6 53.2 1938 1938 4,299 5,990 293 6,90 2 ,537 410 6,800 t 984 3.A7. 32 ~ .
6721 4,019 13,9 249 d 10.3 4,677 1900 282 4,122 271 88.1 4o0.6 46.1 47Northern Pacific...... .......... 1939 6,721 14,581 11.9 1,009 d 9. 17,202 6,565 1,129 15,666 437 91.1 38.2 41.9 42.6 46.8
6:721 3.530 277 4,211 1:658 282 3,84 71 91.2 39.4 43.2 41.0 U:.9 1938 1939 6,721 13,030 1,118 15,698 5,910 1,129 1 ,905 d 950 376 37 .9 4.
959 83 8.3 192 d .8 1,222 407 21 1,054 L. 5 86.2 33.3 38.6 43.1 49.9 1939 Alton-.-.. ..--- ----... 1939 959 3,311 2.5 798 d 1. 4 ,838 1,371 86 3,949 d 126 81.6 28.3 34.7 43.9 53.8
957 769 194 1,12 359 30 985 87.7 32.0 36.5 46,6 53.1 1938 1938 957 3,231 809 4,714 1,350 121 3,977 8.4 28.6 33.9 49.9 54.4
13,465 8 98, 4.1 1,243 6.5 11,311 4,546 986 9,859 230 87.2 4o.2 46.1 499 ,5.7 1939 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe a/ ................ 1939 13,470 34,863 1.6 5,000 1.5 43,993 17,225 3,954 s ,9 223.
13,512 ,6:34 1,167 10,861 4,117 997 9, 1 191 86.6 37.9 43.7 4 477 1938 1938 13,512 34,320 ,924 43,226 18,25 3,954 ,358 2 8.8
8,931 5,635 9.1 602 d 10.7 7,027 2 660 433 5,891 43 83.8 37.9 45.2 38.5 45.9 1939 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ........................ 1939 8,936 22 754 8.0 2 ,477 d 28,272 8 920 1,729 22,040 1,941 78.0 31.6 40.5 9.0 50.0
8,970 5,14 675 6,650 1:996 421 5,155 403 77.5 30.0 38.7 39-5 50.9 1938 1938 8,970 21:074 2:620 26,817 8:245 1,678 21,516 854 80.2 30.7 38.3 51.6
7123j ,421 3-1 64 d 7.2 5,4 1 915 338 4,753 97 .2 35.1 4o.3 42: 49.2 1939 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ..........----- ----1939 7,262 18,086 1, 2,7d1.3 22,245 7: 84 1,362 18,823 461 8 4.6133.
7:4 3.18 09~ 5N 2,137 34 5,217 4 ~~96.7 39.6 41.0 46. 48.2 1938 1938 7,497 17,842 2 7z 22,288 7,40 1,386 20,008 d 897 8. 32 3. 615.
627 254 1.3 24, d 1.7 355 190 3 364 d 140 102.4 53.5 52,2 36.3 35.4 1939 Chicago, Rock Island & Gulf .............1939 627 1,024 2.5 105 1,474 503 11 12165 3.
627 251 25 353 88 3 267 d 75.5 25.0 33.2 37.8 50.1 1938 1938 627 999 115 1,472 327 13 1,080 d 72.9
2,555 1, 11.8 111 d 7 1,712 866 101 1,650 d 1 6 96.4 50.6 52.5 37.4 38.8 1939 Denver & Rio Grande Western-... 1939 2,561 6,208 9.8 372 1 6,94 3 2,927 404 6,133 d 182 88. 7 T: t2
2,570 1:,M 120 1,561 896 101 1,66 3 106.6 57.4 53.9 39.4 37.0 1938 1938 2,570 5,655 410 6,422 2,770 402 6,000 F 93.4 43
8,657 10,144 10.5 1,582 d 1.4 12 890 3,669 535 9,964 1,049 77.3 28.5 36.8 3:6 51.2 1939 Southern Pacific Company / ... . 1939 8,657 39,120 11.0 6,094 d.9 4 ,,621 14,886 2,149 39,479 2,975 79.6 30.0 37.7 50.7
8,707 9,178 1,24, 11:874 4,008 558 10, 36 a 4o7 87.9 33.8 38.4 .3 50.4 1938 193 720 35,257 6,687 U,176 14,896 2,230 40,998 d 218.52.3
9,901 9,69 18.4 1,257 3.8 12,001 3,647 612 178 707 76.5 30.4 9.7 36.0 47.0 1939 Union Pacific --..............................1939 9,903 37,475 16.0 4,640 2.8 46,224 13 683 2 ,497 35,241 3.177 76.2 29.6 38.8 37.1 4.6
9,912 819 1,211 10,363 3,222 601 8:009 573 77.3 31.1 40.2 36.5 47.2 1938 1938 9,912 32,297 4,515 40,645 11,345 2:46 30,763 2.655 75.7 27.9 36.9 37.9 50.1
Southwestern Region : 5 .
3,294 1,808 6.7 167 3.2 2,209 733 111 1,841 7 83.4 33.2 39.8 39.1 46.9 1939 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ............. 1939 3,294 7,167 1. 645 a 1.8 8, 715 2, 445 710 45
694 2091 481 193 1938 3,294 7 038 657 8590 2,67 438 7,7 9 .2 0 4
7,173 07 6.3 392 d 1.4 6,o63 2,31 363 5,271 29 87.0 38.8 44.6 40.1 46.1 1939 Missouri Pacific .................................. ..1939 7,173 21,424 2.6 1,523 7 25,217 8,885 1,452 20,717 1,089 8.2 42.9
715398 5,783 2,6 368 5,096 d 110 89.1 37.4 42.5 42.2 47.9 1938 1938 7,175 20,88a6 1,647 24,883 8,528 1,471 20,892 538 840 3.4.814 494
4,843 2,785 5.7 257 2.1 3,363 1,394 236 ,066 91.2 41.4 450 1939 St. Louis-San Francisco ................................-1939 4 843 11,254 3.2 986 d 13, 485 5,623 1,025 12,288
4,:8w 2,636 251 3,19 1,351 M. 3,020 4I 13 94.5 42.3 4:. 43.1 4.6 1938 1938 4885 10,908 1,040 13,167 5,578 1,041 12,524 L95.1 42. 4:. 43.5 48
267 121 d 4.4 1 15.3 37 108 d i4 84.5 29.3 34.7 44.2 52.2 1939 St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas ........ 1939 26 434 d 4.6 2 d 11.2 459 151 419 d i01 32.9 36.0
266 127 37134106 d 9 79.6 27.9 35.0 40.9 51.3 1938 154 435 a 90.9
1,700 1,525 27.4 23 d 8 1,608 6 51 1,170 18 7:7 32.1 44.1 30.8 42.4 1939 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ............ 1939 1,701 5910 8.3 86 d 2.1 6,238 2,039 206 4,750 49 72. 48
1,706 1,197 23 1,282 52 1,077 d 2 0 31.9 38.0 39.9 47.5 1938 1938 1,706 5,6o 88 5,794 1,6 208 4,486 248 7.76 28.2 36.4 38.5 49.7
4,416 2,910 8,4 270 3.7 3,476 1,160 122 2,687 283 77.3 33.4 43.1 34.2 44.3 1939 Texas & New Orleans ------- ---------. ---1939 4,416 11,810 3.6 1,003 d 13,946 4,403 482 10,552 1,305 757 3.117 3.546
4,416 2,693 260 3,220 1,131 132 2,681 3 83.2 35.1 42.2 37.6 45.2 1938 1938 4,420 11,397 1,079 13,611 4,718 538 11,149 357 81.9 347 1. 7 .2 4.
1,936 1,758 10.5 182 10.5 2,122 670 100 1,531 314 72.2 31.6 43.7 31.8 44.1 1939 Texas & Pacific ... ............ ......... 1939 1,936 7,079 4,7 706 a 12.8 8,477 2,573 400 6,078 1,329 71. 30.4 42.3 32.5 45.
1,937 1,591 20 1,979 585 100 1.,75 236 74,6 29.6 39.7 35.0 47.0 1938 1938 1,937 6,758 810 8,277 2,289 398 5,992 1,132 72.4 27.7 38.2 35.3
a "Met railway operating income is derived from *Railway operating income", modified by debits and credits arising from 'Equipment rents' and 'Joint facility rent.' UG
Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
I ncludes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Ee Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Deficit or other reverse Items.
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