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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


Statmet No. M-150
MAY, 1939


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


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1939 ANDi93 FOR FImMONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 1939 AND 1938
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Tr ration
epneexpenses, expenses, expenses,
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway ating
of road Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded Total ating (per- Oper- Oper- per- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income- cent) ating ating ting operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) ating sting artng
of month crease crease ceding revs- em- reve- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ea- revs- ex-
column noes penses nues penses column nuoes penses noes penses
(a) (b) (a) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (a) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (a) (bb) (.c) (dd) (ee).


money items in thousands of dollars)


oo, 411
201,372
l,939

1,877
1,998
831
831
986

2,290
2,275
1,029
1,032



11:04

1.7014
1:704
2,115
2,115

231
2: 410
2 434
6, ge
21434

711
709
927
927





10,289
10,307
1,15
1,1451

3:,102
2,191
2,200
5,107
5,105
1,871
1,927
4, 949
4,952
4,90
4939
, 31

1: 3N

1,619
1,619


(M








68
66


W214, 749
191,99
2,798
2,3514


3,206
1, 996
1,735
3:2914
2,788



1,4181
1,117

,032
17,146
15,630



1,990
1,721
1,002

3,083
2,833
I:M


1,904
907
832
9'18
742


22,158
19,775


1,731


4,6

3,21


1,06



5,7
528
26


1,0142
967


11.9

18.9

25.7

15.1

18.1



32.6

17.7

9.7

16.7

15.6

12.14

8.8

13.6

12.8

9.0

27.8

7.9

12.0

8.5



a 1.6

11.8

6.7

6.0

d 2.8

11.1

13.8

7-7


3.11



5.2

2.3

.3

a 1.7

11.9

a 4.8

3.7



1.3



d .7


5.2

.14

3.5



17.4

8.0

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d .4



17.4


d 2.9


$269, 904
243,210
3,777
3,295
6,867
5,875
2,145
1,879
3,77b

6,205
5,401
1, 674
1,290
3:961





2179
39



,h8

1,078
977
3,1

11:
,650
2,11

1 1

1,112
811
2,270
1,981



6, 8

6,39
7,976

5,180
5:13370
4
3:,730
1,237
7,11
7,018
6,6
3, 63




1,176
1,103


76,996

1,084
975
2,222
2,008
603

958
1,012
1 9

583
510






819
729





3,873
3,011







1452
311

9,0




1,091
925
2,3142
2,3119
1,92
1,855
7:261




912







2, 367
2, 078
276
237


(Money items in thousands or dollars)*


$15,257
15,253
129
133
260
283

87



1 306
311



177
181
1,3214
1,341


197
200


179
179


117
118
50
52
80
83
98
98
2,7
28


686
692
42




71
71



361
359
180
170
293
255


$212,973
193,73

2:,191t



1,457
1,307

3,088
482
4:626
1,1 4O
1,317
2,8M
2,553
19, 642
18,310



1;6 5
1,028
970
2,867
2,609


2 o6

1,006
913
979
755





3,210
2,826
4, 812
t,:998
3,02
3,9
:06
,879
1,141
1,097



1,791



148


$1 322101127:g5
1,205,860 33


14, 57b

410
190
441
152
433
110



559

55
677


1, 688
902

215

d 2

11o
52
97
99


66
167


d 24

57
30
3,0
3,:381
947
977
813
2,000
730

277
125
57
d 17


853
930
142
99
1,09
798

143


71.9
78.7
7.1




7.
77.8
85.6
74.8
102.1




71.8
71.5
77:5



80.0
71.3
75. 8
86.6
89.8





81.5
815.6
79.1It
76.6
71.0

85.8
88.0
89.0
714.6
72.1I
75.1
73.1




72.5
71.3









81.5
7142




73.9


3.14
314.2


28.1
23.5
22.3
26.8
30.5
35.9
314.8
39.5
24.1
214.2

29.9
26.

27.6

37.6



27.2



21.5
346



9.7
110.6
36.7





21.1
22.5


37.1
35.8
28.6
28.0

314.5
33.2


32.1
31.5


31.5
31.3
29.5


41.



33.7

30.14
32.8



141.1
38.7



36.9

35.,

4.0
33:7










36.3
41.3







39.
35.6
31.2










6.1


31.0
36-9










37.6

314.0
32.7
3-.7
47.










51.7
50.2













37-5
121










39.6



103.

142.3
314.7
31,7


11.O
42.6

33.9



14.2
408.2
42.2
42.
53.:

41.7
43.2
. 0



41.
42.7


40.O
41.7



114.2
143.14

1.3



48-1



42.6
10.5


28.
28.9



1419
44:9




36.0
37.1



36.
35.9


48.8
50.0




61.5
58.9



52.3


51..1
53.0








52.1
48.1











51.9
II





51.3
614.5
65.9
5:3

















13.0








52.2
47.8
4.2


1.9

55.8
59.5


1939 Total-Roads listed herein.. ...............193,
New England Region:
1939 Boston & Maine ----_--------------..................... 193

1939 Now York, New Haven & Hartford .......... 193'
1938 193(
Great Lakes Region:
1939 Delaware & Hudson...... ............. 1935
1938 1939
1939 Delaware. Lackawanna & Western .......... 193c
938 1939
1939 Erie (including Chicago & Erie).... 1935
1938 1939
1939 Grand Trunk Western................193
1935 1931
1939 Lehigh Valley......... .............. 193
1939 1939
1939 New York Central a/ ................... 193
1938 193y
1939 New York. Chicago & St. Louis ............. 193
1938 1939
19; Pere Marquette... ..193
19~ 1939

1939 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie-........................1935
1938 1931
1939 Wabash--......................................... . ............1935
1938 1931
Central Eastern Region:
1939 Baltimore & Ohio ..................1939
1938 1939
1939 Central of New Jersey. ... 1935
1938 1934
19N Chicago & Eastern Illinois .................. 193

1939 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern-........................ 193
1935 1934
1939 Long Island...............................-1939
1938 1931
1939 Pennsylvania... ... ..1939
19P 1934
192 Reading ................................................... 193
Pocahontas Region:
1939 Chesapeake & Ohio............................ 1939
1938 1935
1939 Norfolk & Western-----...........................939
1938 1933
Southern Region:
19 Atlantic Coast Line. .................1
19393
1939 Central of Georgia.................. 193
1938 1939
193 Illinois Central .....................................1939
1938 1939
199 Louisville & Nashville .....................199

1939 Seaboard Air Line ----------.----..................... 193
193 1939

1939 Southern-------............................................1939
1938 1939
1939 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ................... 193
1938 1934


099%le railway operating Income* is derived from "Railway -operating Income, modified by debits and credits arising from 'Equipment rents' and 'joint facility rent.6
90 Percent increase computed on salts of dollars.
a/ Includes Boston & Albany, lessor to New Yrk Central.
_VDeficit o other reverse Item.
(over)


200, ZL,

1 946
1:96o
1,881
2,001
831
831
986
986
2,290
2,275
1,031
1,032
1,283
1,307
11,0143
11,079
1,704
1,704
2,115
2,115
233
233
2,1410
2,13

6,1103
6:443
712
709
927
927





10, 289
10,308
1,0

3,110
3,102
2,191
2,200
5,108
5,105



4, 952
4,915
4,938
4 317
,:311

6,60
1,619
1,619


$1,056,824
944,386

13, 342
11,095
18,861
15,169
9,171
7,682
15,656
12,977
26,648
22,457
7,


16,819
114,583
90,698
77,997
15, 295
13,078
10,5
8,695



15, 196
13,482
49,362
43,03k

9,270





2,819
2, 3e

11), 710

19,615
17,250


28, 291
25,223
3: I'





16,236
15,212


31,189
28,992
28, 3181
25,80
31,526









2,116
14, 921
19,81


173
4,672
4,56
66
71








929
359
35
107
103





5,496
5,089
274
272



11

456
84
87
661
664


365
310
61
629


11.9

20.3

214.3

19.14

20.6

18.7

30.6

15-3

16.3

16.9

21.3

28.7

12.7

14.7

12.5

5.4

51.0

17.0

16.6

13.7

d 2.6

12.2

6.7

7.8

7.6

9.7

5.9

12.1

1.4


$150,407
152,394
2,783
2:77;

10,
1:49

423
422
2,669
2,713
1,15
1,957





23, 814
31




339
337
199
227
923
9142


1, 691
1,712

582



6,1

27,710
27,006
1,373
1,353
1,180
1,251

6
4,05

494
555
3,680
3:,835
2,1422
2,627
1,62
,757

3,265
3,517
264
327


.2

.9

.2

d 1.6





d 12.8


d 1.8

d 6.1





A


a 7.8

d1.2

.1



4.7

2.7

1.5



d 7.0

d 9.1

a 10.9

d 4.1



18.3

d 6.6


$75,914
75,757







1,031
1,532
1, 568


86
910


656
715

988
1,0
54
3

1,017












591
24 7
261
W 6








10
6
656



715



1,20
1,39
92







27
5853










591
357
1805


50

1,130
1,277

1 91
25


$1,039,141
994.520
13,847
13,333
214,676
214,357
,o36

N1, 95


233
".1,953

13,1478
13,157
102,287
96,981
11,41147
10,759
9,468
8,831
,89
,972

13,949
13,339
45,186
43,379


801

4,920
3,907


116,5714
105,822
16,03
15, IN

26,325
19,788
19.192
16,057
15,950
5,627
5,537
29,701
27:736
25,708
25,221

2755

26,702Z
4,081
3,985


3A,533
16,078


8:N

20,15
17:8ll


8,720
6,8is
18,7141
16,575
129,271t
115,902
16,134
13.917
11,462
9,535


17, 352
15,588
57,030
50,810
R, 022
,771



6,651
14,312



155, 771
138,507
21,979
19,532
37,728
38,763


22,715
21,832
6,415
6,103
38,222
36,076
331414
30,817
19,672
18,313


5, 584
5,571


9,528
9,262
2,661
2,361
4, 922
I, 261

9,039
8,780



4,347
14, 133

36,

t, 211
3,835
4,070
3,770

3,004
2,219



18 o56
16,789
3,714
2,557
1,a96
1,707
2,098
1,591
2,888
2,353
477,812
11,060




10,3
9O: 3T7

5,756
2,200
2,0314
12,111
10,505
11, 426
10,520
6, 417
5,833
11 500
10:956
1,422
1,268


$107,780
37,346
1,961
195
2,5110

2,036
828
2,140

3,382




d 71
396

2,9







92
2,2J8











L', 299
891
704

410
15














d, 224
5,m11
1,133
202
17
32

863



20,914
14,160
3,055
7 0





151

4,591
4,225
4, 414
2,565
1,6146
1,179

6,51
2,6


78.6
82.5
74.7
82.9


70.14
80.7


76.0
85.6
84.2
102.0

791
79.1
83.7
71.0
77.3
82.6
92.6
92.7

106:1

85.6
79.2
85.14
76.6
73.8
81.8
83.3
714.0
9.6



74.8
76.4







73.1
87.7
90.7


77.1
81.8




72.2
77.2


41.1
39.0









8.7
36.8
11-6


3.1
110.7
37-5
36.a
35 .6
143.0















38.1
-7


36.0
37


110.0
112


38.7
36.1






41.0





35.7
379



52.
40.9


310


391

10.9

14.

39.6
41.

41.0
314.


31.8


0-


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Pe ent lnez aee OOl ut ld on -- ts uf dolla l.
Inelu ee Boeton& Al l leeeo? tO New oz Central.
Deficit o o he ve le lt l.
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS


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

FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1939 AND 18 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY,. 1939 AND 1938
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Mntenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expenses. expenses.
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net 0per- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railway ting Average Depreci- railway ating
of road Per- Per- All nation in- oper- ratio Region. road, and year miles Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total saints- eluded ating (per- per- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded Total ating (per- Oper- per- Oper- 0per-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) sting eating sting eating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) ating ating ating ating
of month crease crease ceding rave- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding rave- ax- rave- ax-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses noes pensee
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa) (bb) (cc) (dd) (as)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)O* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
Northwestern Region:
23 15.5 $688 1.3 $66858 $3,119 $4 1 6,in d312932 1.5 48.8 40.1 .O 153 Chicago & North Western-......................... 1938 8, 378 a: 1 2,111 29,008$98.0641.7 14$2, $,o6 $2 d1.7342.
3766,51526 422 595.9 .7198 1938 8, 12, 2,11 2,83 1 92.9
39 7 5 6 9 4. 4 : o11 156 1, 214 2 098.0 41. .. o 9
1,505 1,318 13.9 ]0 d.6 1,7144 428 5 1,080 974.6 29.63 9.6 37.3 50.1 1939 Chicago Great Western........................-1939 1,505 6,397 6.8 189 2.1 7,077 2,129 224 43 77.1 3
1.505 1,5 30 1,275 12 45 104 -A 2. 33.1 ?,.4 4. 50.6 1938 1939 1,505 5,990 185 6,2 ,59 214 5,63 85.14 314. 99 132 5.
10, 942 69144 15.7 557 .3 8, 38 6 2 9 414d 17,1452 93 8:3 13.5 18.-7 3. -1413.14 1939 Chicago, Milwaukee. St. Paul & Paoific.-- 1939 10,9042033,016 9.0 2,817 d2. 39,614 11,109 2,1411 33,591
2 67,29 42548.3 1938 1938 10,960 30,300 2879 36,729 12,31 2,382 31,252 ,55.1 3. 39 13.,
1,629 1:23 12-7 100 d 8.3 1,403 64 48 1,3023391 40.2 143.3 48.7 1939 Chicago. St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha-. 1939 1,629 5,393 4.2 5 d 8.0 6,331 2,0147 2142 5,828 d S 92.0 3 .1 51.6
16"48 1,08109 1,267 1m29 49 1,7 U4 87.14 33.8 38.7 14.8 52.1 1938 1938 1,614891714 50596,1141 ,79 214 511 ~8. 863. 19 5.
8,072 6,626 52.0 337 d 4.1 7,555 2,1411 309 5,196 1,3 .68.8 31.1 46 .4 29.5 42.9 1939 Great Northern ................-1939 8,072 214,774 22.5 1,1d27 28,6389 9,831 1,5414 22,91 4 1,577 80.1 3-O. .3 2.9 379 147.14
,072 4360 352 5,189 1,679 310 Z4,137 21 79.7 32.14 40.6 38.7 48.6 1938. 1938 ,'1071 20,218 1,611 23,983 7,9914 1,551 20,7:14 d 86-65 33.1 8S 138 5.
4290 2,018 25.8 76 .7 2,3 839 102 1,900 131 .83.6 36.9 .44.2 M 4.8 1939 Minneapolis. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie.19391 4,290 8.,309 9.4 6338 d.3 90 3,120 879 6 .3 140.5 7.5 51.1
4,297 1,6014 76 1,86 63 103 1,620 L 82 3. 81 1.4 52513 981,9 .9 69 ,15 3,592 5126 814920 661 96336.107. .T5.
,721 4,683 43.6 27 d_ 9_ 5 5ilk 282 ,4.3 147.21:3 42.3 1939 Northern Pacific.....................................1939 6,76 2
6 721 3 ,2261P 3 3:965 '166 263 3.927 d 1 1 ------------.----- 1939 6,721 11,263 19.2 1 266 d 9 0 22,586 6.679 ;1 0 1491,028 ,.2 3 .13. .
6,721 95.9 5,.81.5 2,1192Central8stern1436on:9141.1 1938 9 6,721 16,291 1,391 19,bb3 7,579 1411 18732d 440 95.3 38. 1 .5
3,965 ,668 2363,82 1, __1___ ,747.
95 8914 7.14 199 1.1 1,280 393 21 1,0147 L. 081.8 30.7 737. 4.1"8 51.2 1939 A-ltn....-..... ..................... 1939 959 4 3. 57 6,118 1.763 107 4,96 5- 81.7 28.8 3. 3.2
957 933 197 1,188 372 29 998 d7b84. 31.3 37:3 43.1 51.6 1938 1938 957 4,M 1,0065,902 1,722 150 4,95d375 84.3 22 1 4. 4.4 5.
13,466 9,569 5.51.a 2.6 12,089 5060 986 10,81 106 90.0 443 49.3 43.3 1939 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe A/.--1939 13, 44.43 6,378 56,082 2 8 1,930.15,5281
1,378 9.:01o .3 2.146:1.8-56 22,5 992 329 .3 .
13,512 9,0701,: 11,508 38,81 1,369 76.9 29.9 38.9 10 52.1 1938 1938 13.51 43,389 6,266 54716 4:956 4,202d L 89.9 3.o
962,87 43 6,i28 3 81.0 38.1 470 35.7 41.0 1939 Chicago. Burlington & Quincy..................... 1939 8,935 28,71 10.0 3:177 d 1 2.1,3 11a 2163 2,168 2.319 78.6 3 1 .
8,970,31 5,099,07 86 .O 43 222 5,319 681.-3 3.1 419 39.1 ;8.1 1938 1931 '6,970 26,12 3112N : 411, 174" 211 2,3t 1O980; 9O "75-

7,23 175 5.7 5143 3. 5,7914 2,142 337 4,932 114 85.1 37.0 43.4 4o.1 471 1939 Chicago.,Rock Island & Pacific .- 1939 7,257 22,845 2.2 2.,5 ,28:03 9 ,5 1,699 23,754 5714 84 0 1.1 1.
7,17 4 6 5,5714 2,237 37 5,195 d 1411 93.2 0.1 143.1 4 13-7 46.9 1938 i1938 712 22,3146 3,03 272 9 1,733 25,203 1 90.5 38.3 1
261 1.6 25 d9.8 366 102 3 282 d 24 76.9 27.8 36.2 36.6 4.6 1939 Chicago. Rock Island & Gulf .................... ... 1939 627 1,28 2.3 13 a 8.6 1,840 605 1 1,49781.4 32. 140.
2572379 128 3 308 81.3 33.8 1.5 36.1 .4 1938 1938 621 12611,851 455 161,388.75.0 214 5.
2 1,626 8.6 79 d 10.5 1,823 967 11 1,761 2 96.6 53.0 5149 36.5 37.8 1939 Dne i rneWsen--------- 1939 2, 60 7,8314 9.5 41 d96 76 84504 ,S7sa6 9 0.114
2:0 ,1497 89 1,688 761 10014 1,567 92.9 145. 8.5 38,6 1-.5 19389 Denver& Rio 1938 2,070 7,152 95 96 ,no 3,530589o m 90.1 : 13.1
8,658 11,00o14 13.1 1,826 9.1 14,067 3,841 554 10,1466 1,621 74.4 27.3 367 : 51.51939 Southern Pacific Companyb /................... 19389 8,7712. 8,367920 568,6876 18,7287 25 8 571 6 7.5 2.
8,707 9,730 161 3,891 556 10,373 130 62.9 31.1 37551.1 1938 1 7782 51,71d25S87.5 3.O
9,899 10,263 24.1 1,365 8.9 12,785 4,18 619 9822 87576.8 32. 2.3 34.1 .1U44.4 1939 Union Pacific--..................................1939 9,902 1.,-----,0-----2 47,73 17.7 6005 4.1 59,008 17,8141 3,16 45,63 4053 76.4 3 77
912 8,267 1,254 10,520 3,30 598 8,201 307 317 40.7 36.1 46.14 1938S19389,912 40,565,769 51,165 11, 685 3,053 38,963 3,035 76 28.7 7.7 37.6
3,2914 1,819 6.6.149 2172 il13.83.2.227 7233111ie-------_2-39.09 21:3:147.8: 3Southwestern Region:
,91 1,709 6 17 2,105 727 l1 1,878.1 34. 38.891939 326 8987 2.7 813 29,16 1.
1,86,7091 314. 48.51938 1938,718320, 3 8 1 3.
7,173 5,417 6.4 i390 s. 4 6,456 2,339 3614 5,255 288 84:1* ;6.2 11 5 ~ 16.1 1939 Missouri Pacific--------.--------.................----1939 7,173 26,8141 3.3 1,913 dj7.1 31,62 1,24 181r591 137 203.413. 88 171
7,75 S.93142 ,03 ,21 67 5,71 14 84. 6.3 42.8 0. 47.3 193 1938 7,175 25,979 2,059 30,976 10,739 1,838 260 3 587 84.1 314. 4. 4. 4.
4,3 3,016 12,9 267 3.9 3,684 1o,485 6 3,233 9 1.3 9.?29:3 447 1939 St. Louis-San Francisco......................1939 4,843 45.1 1:252 d .4 768D 1,281 15190.414.
4805 J41d29 1 6 16 :
257 3,2688 1379 2n 3,087 -21 93.9 41-.9 1429 45.7 1936 19386 4,885 13, 32 1,297 1,455 95 1,302 15, 9 4.9 142.
267 115 5.3 1 21.14 123 40 108 d6 22 86.0 32,3 36.7 43.8 49.7 1939 St. Louis. San Francisco & Texas.--------1939 267 549 a 2.7 2 d 4.9 582 190- 527 L....1 90.7 32.- 61 153 5.
267 109 1 115 37 107 Tf 92.6 32.1 34,7 48.1 51.9 1938 1938 266 5614 3 593 191 -54 ~14 91.3 32.1 51 4. 11
1 6 1.7 24 10.14 1, 6 09 51 1,290 d 2 84:3 399" 47:2 33:5 .7 1939 St. Louis Southwestern Lines.............193 7,17 6,1 6.1 110 .1 7,65 218 28 6,01 1 .
1443 ,2 .42141. ,6 2 18_7M 75.892.143842 ~35048.0398196176h:2 lg7 6204 5 145275?
4,416 02,921 3.4 264 1.0 35'84 1,107 122 2,665 .6 32.,2-7.14 3 3: 3 .: 1939 Texas & New Orleansco ........................1939 4,416 14,831 3.6 1,267 dA. 17,531 5,563 3270,1,64o 145. 71 3.53'11;1,
4,4.19 93:44o 10 3 269 775 1938 1938 4,419 14,318 1,319 17,050 5,825 67 13,817 6 803265.5
,6 1, 63. 171 ,014 6 1 31. 1 33.1 1.1 .1939 Texas&Pacific............................. 8,768 3 0 5007,1 .0 3.6 1.1 36 5
7 1 1 11 599 100 1 11 9. 28.1140.6 32.1 146.4 1938 1938 1,93798,509111,004 108 971 71 38.7 3.

$Nota railway operating income' IN 6derived from 'Railway operating income, modified by d8bit* ama credits arising from *Equipment rents' and OJnint facility rent.' .5 VE
--Percent increase computed on units of dollars,
a/ Includes AtahiacS, Topeka 6 Santa To, Gulf, Colorado & Santa To, and Panhandle & Santa Pe.
includess returns for Southern Pacific steamship Lines.
SDeficit or other reverses items.
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