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BUREAU OF STATISTICS USJUNE, 1939

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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 JUNE, 1939 AND 1938 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1939 AND 1938
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, 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- cluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- cluded Total eating (per- per- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating ating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) sting sting sting sting
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding revs- ax- reve- ax-
column nues penses nues penses column noes pansas nuas penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (a) (f) Cg) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) t) (u) (v) (w) x) (y) (z) (as) (bb) (cc) (dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)e (Money items in thousands of dollars)**

200,286 $225,466 14.6 436,695 10.3 $297,175 $95,117 $15,172 $217,514 $33,193 75.7 33.1 43.1 35.6 17.0 1939 Total-Roadslistedherein -. 1939 200,167 $1,282,288 12.4 $187,101 0.8 $1 609%575 *522505 *91,086 $1,256,655 11,980 79.0
201,218 196,685 33,255 252,368 79,543 15,191 195,191 22,152 77.3 31.1 40. 38.5 a9.8 1 talads ed r n 1938 201.398 1,141,072 185,61.7 1,459.75 6281 90,951 1,189,715 59,501 81.6e32.0 39.2.511.5
New England Region:198 0,98 ,1 ,021 ,67ik ,25 o,,1 0,1 1.1 ,75 5,0 .6 20 3.209
1,937 2, 62 16.2 600 1.0 3.686 1,014 128 2,662 509 72.2 27.5 38.1 8.8 53.8 1939 Boston & Maine.... 1939 1,945 15,904 19.6 338 .9 22,219 6,150 777 16,509 2,473 1
1,96 211 27.1 55.2 1,9o3,353 19 6,776 11. 7
577 75-5 s5. 1938 13,300 331 15,795 505 7 29.9
1,863 3,671 18.0 2,353 10.5 6,707 2,303 280 Z.261 322 78.1 3-. 43.8 6.9 57.1 1939 New '661,99 23 12,243 2,706 11,31 1,61 29,9 2 ,962 7
1,973 3,112 2.130 5,858 1,953 286 1872 103 83.2 33.3 40.1 1.8 50.2 1938 York. New Haven & Hartford 1939 1,878 22,533 23.3 12,9. 2. 11,815 1, 6 29, 7 9.9 39. 38.7 5 1
Great Lakes Region: 13 ,9 8211,2 125 163 2,2 6 60 81. 23 3.1 437 5.
831 1,669 9.2 74 3.0 1,837 57 81 1,367 302 74.1 32. 11.7 35.1 11. .6 1939 Delaware & Hudson ...................................... 1939 831 10,840 17.7 6 1127 3 508 8,403 2,338 71. 27.5 3. 52
831 1,529 72 1.62 0 87 1,273 272 75.7 27. 3.1 39.9 5.7 938 1938 831 9,211 -11 10,170 2:,1 51. 8,127 1,100 799 277 3117 35
1,2 7 3. 1921.1 0,7 2
98 92820 2.9 587 7.7 3,5877 1, 107 203 3,099 266 79.9 28.6 35.7 1:5 56. 3 1939 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western .................. 1939 1939 986 18,1 176 17.6 3,255 d .1 21,3o6 6,099 1,22018,591321197177.
982 2 7140 511 3,759 1,075 26 3,011 1 10 2. 35.3 14. 571 19813 9815773272,0 536 1271,75,01 8.8 2.702 5.315
290 3 17.9 138 9.3 6,408 1,926 306 11766 817 71.1 30.1 0 7 5061939 Erie (including Chicago & Erie). .. 1939 2,290 32,026 18.5 2,283 3.2 37,106 10,965 1,838 28,108 11,200 75. 29.6 39.0
2 U19o1 5.,69 1.972 310 11,670 4 85.:1 36.1 42.2 16 7 1938 1938 2,275 27,018 2,357 31,915 10,752 1,878 27,307 4 85.6l 3.7
1,029 1,177 21.5 100 17.17 6 1,399 98 83. 31.1 0.9 1.9 50.3 1939 Grand Trunk Western --1939 1,030-9,229929.131155 1.3 397 3,551 582 8,71 483 81.1 3.2
1,032 1,215 85 1,107 508 93 1,28 91.11 36.1 39.5 17.0 51. 1938 1938 1,032 7,150 150 8,225 3,161 565 8,239 d 1.170 100.2 38.11 38.1 53.0 53.0
1,282 2,831 d 6.5 209 22.6 3,262 957 173 2,654 131 81., 29.1 36.1 1.0 55.3 193 Lehigh Valley. ............. 1939 12 19,650 11.6 1012 2200,30 1,059 32 309 7
1,307 3,029 170 3:423 909 180 2:596 378 75.8 26.6 35.0 3 55.7 1938 1938 1,307 17,612 1,091 19,998 5,02 1,090 15,753 1340 78.8 25.2 3 6.2
11,0 17 16.6 5 12.7 26: a442 1 20,262 2,6 759 31.6 1 1 :1 1939 New York Central a/ -..... ............... 1939 11,03 108,17 16.3 29,383 155,97 50,112 7,923 122,550 8,69 786 1
12,23o 79.1 30.1 381 1 51.9 1938 1938 11,079 92,962 29,138 139,94 43,293 8,039 115,211 108 .9 31.2
1,70 3 9 9 82 8 2 3, 79 2,31 536 : 27.11 39.5 311. 19.6 1939 New York, Chicago & St. Louis.- 1939 7 13,76 27.2
1,701 2,596 76 2,77 769 140 2,062 85 27.7 37-3 38.0 51.1 1938 1938 1,70 15,67 10 9 16,691 11,605 856 12,821 1.176 76.8 27.6 35.9 52.9
2,115 2 021 23.7 88 9.6 2,261 81 196 1,875 116 2. 9 37.3 1. 4 1939 Pare Marquette .. -.-- _1939 2,115 12,572 21.7 426 2.2 13,723 1,912 1,18 11,313 821 8
2,115 1,633 80 1, 797 200 1,732 d 159 9110 3.3 6o 1:423 15.0 1938 1938 2,115 10,329 1117 11.377 1,5689 1200 10,563 d 723 928 4:
233 1,390 35.1 36 d 7.9 1,16 698 187 1,256 238 8.8 117.7 56 30.8 36.0 1939 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ----------- .............1939 233 6,837 30.0 23 d611.6 7,347 3,703 1,121 7,065 648 96.2
6 1.1o19 193.12 5,2589
233 1,019 39 1,103 11511 187 950 190 8 .2 1. Z7. 35. 11 938 1938 33 52586 5,788 2,703 1,123 5,923 235 1 3
2 ,10 2,871 9.1 211 d .9 33E 1,07 3,337 1,0711 180 2,756 2 82.6 32.2 39.0 11.1 50.2 1939 Wabash ----------------------------------------................ .1939 2 ,10 18070 12.1 1,13 d 1.8 20,688 6,392 1,073 16,706 508 80.8 30.9 38.3 1.1 5.9
2,1 3 2,634 213 3,082 935 179 2,551 26 92.8 30.3 36.6 42.6 51.5 1938 1938 2:301 16,116 1,154 18,67o 5,7311 1,076 15,890 d 88 85.1 30.7 36.1 .7 52.5
Central Eastern Region:
11,101 130 12,771 3,979 597 9,593 1,86 75.1 31.2 11.5 36.1 18.0 1939 Baltimore & Ohio- 1939 6,1402 60,219 15.5 5,007 d3 69,80 22,035 51:7 8 78311
6: 913 19.0 5 10,802 3,136 607 8,182 1,381 75.7 29.0 38. 38.3 50.6 1938 1938 6,1142 52,157 5,212 61,612 19,925 1,s51 L5183. 323 3.6a5.
710 15.2 379 1. 2,62 744 117 2,005 d 40 78.2 29.0 37.1 12.9 .8 3 Central of New Jersey ....1939 711 12,44 11.6 2,069 d .23,110 701 11, 3109 111 1
79 1362,U 55 Il 1,9 10 74o 2. 308 4:8 2 1:,1938 1938 709 11, 151 2,073 14,195 3,110 709 10,q 447 73- Z9 2. 1.
927 85 8.8 126 .7 1,136 386 EO 0977 L 86.0 301.0 39.5 1 s11 118.6 1939 Chicago & Eastern Illinois- .. 1939 927 5 579 708 2,7 5,977
90.5 87.3 31-0 35.5 449 51.5 1938 1938 927 5,297 8 6 ,82 ,029, i 8.9 2.8 3 .
927 77 708 303 5,70
1,012 116.5 1,222 453 711 989 96 81.0 37.1 115.8 49.5 11.8 1939 Elgin, Jolist & Eastern -- ---- -------1939 60 6,66 50.3 - 7,873 2,551 11795,099 7.1 3.11.286 5.1
9- g0 299 83 72 d 9 90.6 37.1 .3 48 50 1938 1938 11,0 4:568 5,111 1,890 501 -1 19
526 1,408 2,3 98 1,603 167 66.8 22.1 33.1 112.6 6. 1939 Long Island ------.------ 1939-38---- ..111.3 1939 369 107 5883,7106 .5 1 .51.8 60.6
1938 1938 39 9 7,378 10,8 2,07 5.7 86 25.9 3. 5O
10,289 21-,531 16.8 6,181 18.1 3,852 10,351 2,221 2,289 5,602 0.6 12.6 Pennsylvania .......................... 1939 10,289 138,2,1 16.6 33,922 5.2 189,623 58,162 169 2637.6
10,307 21,00 5:232 29,01 7,271 2:143 19,877 5,18 6. 25.1 36.6 370 540 1938 1938 10,308 118,525 32,238 167,525 Z:7,334 12,5 125:699 19679 75.0 28. 37. 3 53.
1,1150 3,765 5.0 2116 .8 11210 1,012 25 3 0, 7 81 721 25:5 35.2 41.6 57.5 1939 Reading ............. .... 1939 ,1450 23,380 12.2 1,620 1. 26,189 6, 897 1,5 1,080 5,011 7
1,451 3,585 21111 11,000 963 26 2,852 81 71.3 2111 33.8 116 58.3 1938 PoaotsRgo:1938 1,452 20,835 1,597 23,532 6,24 1,56 18,0110 3,896 76. 65 316 11.3 5.
Pooahontas Region:
3,110 9,710 31.6 302 5.2 10,425 2,83 686 5,769 3,347 5.3 27.7 0 22.6 110.9 1939 Chesapeake & Ohio ---1939 3,110 44:998 3.2 1,1182 d3.7 148153 16,168 4,127 32,156 10,.3 26,9 1403
3,102 7,377 287 8,010 2,345 692 1977 1,985 Z71 29 .7Cha26.6.4..8.1938 1938 3,10 113,506 1,539 1,381
2,1 9 7 942.1 1968 1938 3,102 4506 1,539 215 221 ,515 2 3
222191 7,23956 31.9 164.6 216 g:5 1939 Norfolk & Western .... ..... .... 1939 2,2191 35,529 17.2 860 d 6.2 63652 12,610 11, 24:= 9232
2,200 5,103 169 5451 185 51.1 Regon:11,662 22,
5,101. 2,783 15.6 313 3,14011 1,1140 172 2,836 a 60 83.3 33.5 140.2 42.0 50.1 1939 Atlantic Coast Line ............ ......................1939 5,107 19,019 7.9 363 a 26119 6,9 1,04 18,892 2,712 72.3 26.6 36.8 37.9 52.3
5,105 2,407 336 3,022 993 176 2,619 d 56.7 32.9 37.9 45.2 52.2 1938 1938 5,105 17,618 1,792 2,:5 6,750 1,029 18,570 2,030 7117 27.2 36.3 39.2 52.5
1,971 1,038 3.5 93 1.9 1,256 163 71 1,133 d 28 9o.1 36.9 4o.9 43.3 18.1 1939 Central of Georgia -.......................... .1939 1,871 6,151 7.0 587 d88 7,671 2,663 426 6, .1 3 31 1 1.3
1,927 1,003 89 1,207 403 71 1,083 A 89.7 33.1 37.2 45. 51.0 1938 1938 1,927 5.77 613 7,310 2:,38 428 6,62 16 33 51.1
9,9 5 82 3.3 703 6.1 7,250 2,215 59 5,13 6 0:5 379 .11 322 1.o 400 5 1938 Central1938 ........ ...........6 11,382 --. ---...... 1939 4,9 671 6.9 4 2 d2.641278.1
11,951 5,696 62 1:8941 2: 21 R 53 67 80. 1 113.1- 38.6 0. 1939 Ilios938 9 5 34:0697,198 g9 12,726 38.3 52.9 Z96
11,90$ 6,069 18,3 507 3.41 :7011 2,255 361 5,8 1,356 72.3 32.0 441. 311.0 117.0 1939 Louisville & Nashville..................------ 1939 1,911 311,386 11.1 2,929 a 6.0 40,3851 13,681 2,166 30,797 5,770 76. 39 11.1 3. 1.
S 5,130 6, 2,31 367 1,771 7 79.5 33.8 8.8 18. 8 1938 1,938 30,950 3,117 36,818 12,550 2,163 29,992 3,232 81.5 31.8 39.7 8.8
11317 2,17 10.8 385 38.3 3,162 1,291 180 2,857 27 90.3 11.8 4.2 1 9 Seaboard Air Line..........1,317. 2,177 1,6 8 33.8 1.8 37.0
1: 3.1 19939 317 .1,026 6.6 6 20. 2o26 1,oL0 17,: 32 63
11,318 2:2441 279 2,779 1,193 170 2,671 a 123 96.1 112.9 41.6 1.8 113.5 1938 1938 11,318 15,970 3,036 21,092 7,026 1,020 17,385 1,056 8.1 33 101 86 1..
6 ,.32 17.3 oo 8,.1 7802 2,338 293 5,1 1,494 70.2 30.0 42.7 34.0 181 1939 Southern .............................. ............... 811. 37,858 13.0 11085 d 1.0 16,032 13,838 1,72 33, 7,65 7.
6 5387110 6,697 2,190 257 5,114Z1 607 76.8 32.6 42.1 37.5 118,8 1938 96 6 33,514 11,257 -411,291 13,137 1:531 31, 3,570 77. 18 113 3. 1.
11 !o16.2 1 037 i6 82? Id 76 57 29. 37.1 42.3 53.8 1939 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ..................... 1939 1,619 5,832 .9 322 d 18.8 6,621 1,729 233 1, 9o6 506 711.1 26
8____ 1:057_ 1___ ____________ 51 7471. 77 23. 3 .5 423 58.1 1938 1938 1,619 5,778 ____397 6 62 1,519 269 4 57517629 319 I2i5:

'Net railway operating Income' Is derived from 'Railway operating Income', modified by debate and credits arising from "Equipment rents' and NJoint facility rent."
Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
Includes Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
DeflcIt or other reverse items.
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION JUNE, 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 JUNE, 1939 AND 1938 FOR SIX MONTHS ENDED WITH JUNE, 1939 AND 1938
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, expenses, expenses.
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent nf percent of
Miles Depreci- railway ating Average Depreci- railway sting
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- cluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- cluded Total eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income- cent) eating eating eating eating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent sting sting sting sting
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding revs- ex- revs- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 1f) (g) (h) )I (j) I (k) (1) (m) I (n) (0) 1 (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (Z) (as) )hb) (cc) (dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)*- (Money items in thousands of dollars)-*

Northwestern Region:
8,329 5309 7.2 1.255 11.2 7:324 2,991 W2 6,302 297 860 4o.8 :5 L1939 Chicago & North Western 1939 8,370 28,715 6.0 $5,363 1.4 138, 336 *15,19 92, 76 35,114 3 91.6 40.3 d4,.0 '
8,391 'Z:952 1,129 775 2,592 21 5, 1 103 85.9 38.3 5404.5 193 1938 8,391 27,082 5,291 36361 1,9441 2,536 34,826 d 95.8 ,461.1 2.9.
1,505 1,273 13.8 42 d 1.0 1,4116 431 1.071,059 81 74. 3.08 4 14.7 6 :7 1.39.0 1939 Chicago Great Western ..................... 1939 1,505 7,670 7.9 231 1.5 7,1493 2,560 269 6:51.2 76.7
1,505 1,119 42 1,2541 41.5 1,072 d 68_ 85.5 16.0 2.1 1.3 1.3 1938 1938 1,505 7,109 277,882 2,710 269 6:73 d 7 85.
10,942 6,728 8.2 775 9.2 8,385 3,959 482 7,779 .792.8 47.2 .9 V.4 1.4., 1939 Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific 1939 10 ,9 1 2 39,744 8. 3,592 .1 47,999 18,369 2,893 11,370 19 8
10,952 6,218 709 7,711 3,108 480 6,870 88.7 40.? 11..2 40.6 415.8'I 1938 1938 10:959 36,517 3,588 a4J1,170 15, '122 2,862 38,122 d 3142 85. 1. 4. 130 5.
1,629 1198 5.7 1415 5.8 1,417 685 8 1,426 4_ 98.5 47.3 48.0 13.9 1.6 1939 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha -1939 1,62 6,591 4.5 649 d 7,778 2,732 290 7,,253 3 2 35.1 50.2 5.8
1,648 1:1341 137 1,383 572 49 1,275 92.:2 1.3 44.9 43.2 .469 1938 1939 1:62 6:308 685 7,537 2,330 290 6,753 8-30. 0.3 5.2
8,072 09 46.2 532 .1 8,331 2,529 302 5,298 2,158 63.6 30. 17-76 27.7 43. 9 1939 Great Northern -----..................... 1939 8,072 31,853 27.1 2,08 3 36,969 12,31 1,16 2821 3,735 76.. 33. 3.8 5.6 4.6
8,072 44,8143 531 5,9614 1,1.3 301 3,970 1,177 66.6 214.4 36.6 3442 51:4i 1938 1938 8,071 25,06 2,14 29,917 9,4417 1,853 214:714 309 82. 15 3. 119 5.
4,289 2,013 17.5 126 2.3 2,358 776 102 1,839 21 78.0 32.9 14.? 38. 119.3 1939 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sult Ste. Marie 1939 1,1939 290 10,352 10.9 465 4 10,111767 14,317 60959 10,59 d 10 90.0 36.7 14.8 5.7 50.8
IL, 297 1,739 11.2031 720 103 1,735 23 85.14 355 115 1..5 41.7 19893 1,298 9,344192 1075380615 10,155 91. 36082 5.031
6,720 4, 44 21.7 1.78 d .6 ,140'4 2,02 281 ,374 666 80.9 38.0 46:9 3. 2 42.2 1939 Northern Pacific 1939 6,721 23,712 18.9 1,7144 d 6.8 2,Z 10,72 1,692 214,523 1,693 87.6 38. 14.8 39. 14.
6,721 3,66 481 Z,582 117 9 2814 3,982 285 86.9 38.6 1L4* 37.7 143.14 19319CnrlWstr8ein 1938 6,721 19,947 1,872 2 2 1,695 22,714 d 5 93. 8 ~ 4~258 4.
959 1,005 16.2 218 3-3 1,1413 38194 21 1,041 96 73.7 27.2 36.9 3.8 51. 1939 Alton 1939 959 210 5.7 1,214 d .2 7,531 2,147 128 6,037 d 64 0
957 865 211 1,231 338 25 977 d 23 79.3 27-5 34.7 5 53.6 1938 1938 957 2,929 1,217 7,133 2:061 175 5,952 83.1 28.9 3146 4.9 53.8
13, 17 31,998 7.7 1,783 12.5 14,9g4 5,42 982 11,273 2,337 75.6 36.14 4.1 32.9 44:.8 1939 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe a/ 1939 131465 56,421 3.5 8,161 3.9 70,986 28,278 5,912 60,801 2,665 85.7 39.8 .9.0
13,512 11,129 1,594 13,772 3,374 1,001 9,179 3,331 66.7 21 .5 36.8 3.5 5 .7 1938 1938 13,512 54,518 7,51 86,506 25,036 5,957 58,382 2,242 5.2 36.5
8,931 5,506 3.7 834 5.8 7,167 2,855 442 6,077 d 16 s4.8 39.8 47.0 37.4 44.2 1939 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ........... 1939 8,935 314,297 9.0 4,010 d 2.2 143,000 14,653 2,605 34,246 2,304 79.6 314. 14.8 37.9
8,970 5,310 788 6,868 2,:456 425 5,625 _1T3 81.9 35.* 43.7 38.2 46.6 1938 1938 8,970 31,473 4,i00 14,229 12,930 2,526 32,459 1,162 80.7 32.1 39.8 44. 5.1
7,235 5,332 3.5 649 6.4 6:% 2,54 33 5 37 3.3 39.4 4.4 36.1 7 193 Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific 1939 7,253 28,177 2.5 3,508 3. 34,496 12,073 2,037 29,133 912 81.5 31.1 1.7 1.2
2,3 5,33838.2 7 39.3 .0 1938 1938 7,1470 27,499 3,643 34,110 12,026 2,079 30,541 d 89.5 35.3 39. 4-5 19.7

627 423 34.4 25 d .6 53 9 3 283 1146 52.6 16.8 31.9 27.6 52.6 1939 Chicago, Rock Island & Gulf 1939 627 1,708 8.8 155 d7. 2,378 695 16 1.780 71.9 .
627 315 25 Z429 14 3 323 d 11 75.3 32.7 435 32.2 42.7 1938 1938 627 1,571 167 2,280 596 20 1,711 4f 75. 61 348 3. 4.
2,555 1, 5.4 176 30.4 1,147 889 100 1,702 d 86 92.1 48.2 52.A 36.6 39.7 1939 Denver & Rio Grande Western. .1939 2,559 9,379 8.8 627 1.1 10,612 14,73 604 9,596 d 90. 4 49 371 1'.
2,570 1, 135 1,717 893 1O6 1,703 T--"- 99.2 52.0 52. 37.9 38.2 1938 1938 2,570 8,617 634 9,827 4,423 611 9,271 91.3 14. 17.7
8,658 11,754 15.0 2,351 2.4 15,531 3,895 532 10,612 2,737 6 25.1 36.7 35.1 51.4 1939 Southern Pacific Company ./ ..1939 8,657 61,879 12.1 10,271 d 3.6 79,219 22,621 3,215 60 556 7,333 76. 28.6 3:.: 51.0
8,707 10,223 2,297 13,880 3,900 10,461 1,322 373 36 51.2 1938 193 8,716 55,210 10:65 22,5676 3,340 6.2 85.2 31 3 .7 ,9
9,899 9,750 20.5 1,979 8.3 12,999 4,856 605 10,559 438 81,2 37.4 46.o 33.6 41.1 1939 Union Pacific ----------- 1939 9,902 548 18.2 7,985 5.1 72,008 22,69 3,721 55,622 4,491 77.2 31.5 4o.8 35.9 4
9,909 8,090 1,828 11,135 3,149 6O 8,462 818 76.0 31.3 41.2 3.14 15.2 1938 1938 9,912 48,614 7.597 62,300 18,174 3:655 47,425 3,853 76.1 29.2 38.3 37:0 148:
Southwestern Region:
3,294 1 960 3.7 201 d 1.6 2,380 7145 111 71,61 126 78.2 31.3 4.0 36.Z 47.2 1939 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines -1939 3,294 10,917 2.9 1,015 d 2.1 13,321 14,37 668 11,026 175 82.8 32.59.17
3:2914 1.890 205 2,323 718 112 1,872 140 80.6 30.9 38.14 39. 4451.9 1939 1938 3,294 10,638 1,037 -13,917 14,213 661 11,219 d 32 862 3.4 3.a4. 4.
7,150 5,448 6.1 407 4.8 6,453 2,304 363 5,290 295 82.0 36.9 4.1 37.6 3459 1939 Missouri Pacific --9 7,169 32,289 3.8 2,20 d 38,126 13,6o8 2,179 31,261 1,672 82.0 35.7 1.5
7,175 5:134 388 6,102 2,307 352 5,205 1 85.3 37.8 .3 39.4 2 1938 1938 7,175 31,113 2 7 37,077 13o46 2,191 31,268 588 8143 35.2 1.5
4,824 3,147o 7., 279 d.5 ,o63 1,529 25 3,271 429 0.5 37.6 46.7 35. 43.9 193 St. Louis-San Francisco.... .. 1939 4,840 17,799 5.6 1,531 d 4.0 21,232 8.637 1,.5 540.7 46 33 5
1,5 3,218 298 3,808 1,547 3,25 131 85.5 .6 47.5 37.2 1938 1938 1,5 16,85 1,595 20,263 8,54 1,562 18,869 93.1 44.0 45.1 .2.
267 186 d 1 63.5 19 42 111 57.6 21.6 37.5 28.2 49 .0 1939 St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas ... 1939 26 735 d 3. 3 3.5 775 232 639 82.1 30.0 36. 1. 449.8
266 198 204 1 113 50 55.3 19.8 35.8 28.3 51.2 1938 1938 266 762 3 798 232 655 82.1 29. 35.4 1.1 51.
1,69o 1,414 d 1.4 29 16.3 1,549 51 1,4113 91.2 47.6 52.2 33.6 3: 193 St Loui .outhwesternLines1939 1,697 ,795 139 3.4 9,79 64 14 1
1,7o6 1,467 25 1,553 31 52 1,9 707 27.8 39.3 32.9 4676 1938 1938 1,706 8,390 134 1A495 311 6:712 326 .7 .
116 2,655 d 1.0 323 4.o 3,302 1,130 120 2,63 122 79.9 34.2 42.8 356 44 1939 Texas & New Orleans 1939 16 17,6 2.9 1:90 8O2.220,32 6,693 22 7.1 4 5
4416 2,655 311 3,278 1,113 134 2,67 111 81.6 34.0 41.6 37.3 145. 1938939 :4,19 17,000 2 830 6, 69938 806 1 93 759 81.1 31.1 142.1 37.05.6
1,936 1,656 d 6.1 197 d 9.7 2,027 741 100 1,656 116 81.7 36.5 44.7 36.1 144.2 1939 Texas & Pacific ......... ...... 1939 1.936 0,424 15 1,078 8 11.8 12,549 3,955 601 9.236 1,753 73.6 33.2
1,937 1,764, 218 2,158 582 100 11496 1 418, 69.3 27.0 38.9 34.0 1 49.0 1938 1938 1,937 10.273 1,222 12,567 3:Z71 597 8,965 1 :978 71.3 276 38.7 345 1.4

; "Net railway operating income, is derived front 'Railway operating income', modified by debits and credits arising from 'Equipment rental' and 'Joint facility rent.'
*' Percent increase computed on unite of dollars.
Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Pe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Linee.
Deficit or other reverse items.
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