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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

II I6 8IIII III IIII INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
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BUREAU OF STATISTICS


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 SEPTEMBER, 1939 AND 1938 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER.193S9 AND 1M
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expensesexpenses, -- expenses, expenses.
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railway eating 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 ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) eating eating eating eating operated in- in- nance in pro- income* cent) eating eating eating eating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding revs- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nues senses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa) (bb) (co) (dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)-- (Money items in thousands of dollars)..
200,306 $278,272 19.8 135,281 8.4 $40517 $96,37 $15.234 226,509 $75,230 66.5 28.5 42.8 32.3 48.5 1939Total-Roads listed herein .................................... 1939 200,413 $2,039,136 12.6 $298,804 3.8 $2,554,293 $808,865 $136,712 $1,923,985 $304.480 75.3 31.7 42.0 36.7
201,053 232,280 32,556 289,6 87,471 15.193 208,670 ,730 72.1 30.2 41.9 35.3 48.9 1938 198 201,292 1.,810,167 287,827 2,298,890 719.098 136, 1,803,755 178,693 78.5 31.3 39.9 9.5
New England Region:
1,937 2,975 54.7 613 3.5 4,116 1,027 125 2,727 871 66.3 25.0 37.7 36.1 54.4 1939 Boston I& Maine ...................................... 1939 1,942 23,957 21.9 5,406 1.6 33,747 8,984 1,155 24,403 4,591 72. 26.6 36.8 .8 55.1
1,955 1,923 592 2,974 1.,103 133 271d 671 207 89.8 37.1 41.3 45.5 50.7 1938 1938 1,958 19.650 5,322 29,032 8,522 1,210 23.355 1.111 80 4 29.4 36.5 .2 54.9
1,869 4,275 54.9 2,61 21.5 7.661 2,214 280 5,278 1,235 68.9 28.9 41.9 33.8 49.0 1939 New York. New Haven & Hartford../.............. 1939 1,874 34,114 25.4 20,399 4.7 60,652 18,619 2.531 45,854 4,628 75.6 30.7 40.6 9 50.1
1,889 2,760 2,151 5,594 3,397 287 6,396 d 1.929 114.3 60.7 53.1 45.0 39.4 1938 1938 1,961 27,203 19,478 52,408 18,368 2,554 45,190 d 2,146 86.2 35.0 40.6 43.1 50.0
$47 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Great Lakes Region:--------199 38 1,1 22292 1.is28 0278271 3 701 7
847 2,205 40.9 129 10.0 2,419 644 83 1,528 643 63.2 26.6 42.1 31.6 50.0 1939 Delaware & Hudson.... .................................... 19 838 16,517 22.2 0. 18,2 5072 758 12,791 70.1 27.8 39.7 1.
831 1,565 117 1,774 476 87 1,306 320 73.6 26.8 36.4 39.1 53.1 1938 1938 831 13,517 881 15,134 4,211 785 11,984 1:769 79.2 27.8 35.1 42.5 53
996 3,648 39.0 566 1.5 4,715 1,175 202 3,298 938 69.9 24.9 35.6 39.6 56.6 1939 Delaware. Lackawanna & Western................ 1939 988 27,571 19.6 4,990 d .5 36,561 9,517 1,827 28,508 3,604 78.0 26.0 33.4 45.7 58.6
986 2,625 557 3,663 935 205 2,940 254 80.3 25.5 31.8 4 O.2 60.0 1938 1938 986 23,062 5:016 32,053 8,411 1,852 26,650 1,192 83.1 26.2 31.6 50.1 60.3
2,290 65,829 28.2 11 5-7 7,754l' 2,166 306 ,256 1,598 67.8 27.9 41.2 34.4 50.7 1939 Erie (including Chicago & Erie)........... 1939 2,290 49,969 18.2 3,622 d 1.7 57,87 17,161 2,756 43,274 7,187 74.8 29.6
2,275 5327 389 6,165 2,017 309 799 52 77.9 32.7 42.0 38.5 49.4 1938 1938 2,275 412,280 3,683 49,876 16,62 2806 4591 822 83.4 33.4 .
1,029 1,620 24.6 80 7.0 1,815 600 97 1,483 111 81.7 33.1 40.5 42.0 51.4 1939 Grand Trunk Western.... ........... ....... 1939 1,030 13525 24.8 780 7.0 15,389 5298 84 13,095 502 85.1 34.4 40.5 43.7 51.4
1,032 1,301 75 1,494 56 95 1,395 d 989 93.4 37.7 40.3 47.9 51.3 1938 1938 1,032 10,841 728 12,521 4:771 4 12,273 98.0 38.1 38.9 51.3 52.4
1,282 3,665 21.0 219 20.1 4,127 976 175 2,767 953 67.1 23.6 35.3 38.2 56.9 1939 Lehigh Valley... .. ........... .. 1939 1283 29,150 11.4 1,673 2.6 32,812 8,211 1,586 24,229 4,543 73.8 25.0 33.9 2.5 57.5
1,287 3.030 182 3,445 912 179 2,623 368 76.1 26.5 34.8 42.0 55.1 1938 1938 1,305 26,173 1:631 29,732 7,634 1:625 23,340 2,119 78.5 25.7 32.7 45.3 57.7
11,027 22,723 29.4 5,359 4.7 31,738 8,88 1,324 21,570 6,338 68.0 28.0 41.2 34.2 50.3 1939 Hew York Central /................................ 1939 11,040 168,462 18.1 46244 3.8 243,192 6,084 11,900 185,560 21354 76.3 31.3 41.0 38.3 50.2
11,077 17,565 5,119 25,802 8,125 1343 19,875 2,193 77.0 31.5 40.9 38.7 50.3 1938 1938 11,078 142,629 44,547 212,710 65,589 12074 172619 5:580 81.2 30.8 38.0 42.7 52.6
1,75 3,848 26.0 79 4.1 4,050 9 129 2,424 1,105 59-8 23.7 39.5 30.4 50.8 1939 New York. Chicago & St. Louis 1939 1704 28,700 17.1 650 30350 7 5 1173 20,83 56 6. 26.1 8.0
1,7 3053 76 3,237 81 14 2,178 615 67.3 25.2 37.5 34. 51.5 1938 1938 1:704 24,506 8 26,102 7,041 1:276 19,305 2,782 74.0 27.0 36.5 38.7 52.
2,115 2,608 23.3 68 d .4 2,846 88 194 1.976 58 69.4 311 447 32.327 47.0 1939 Pere Ma 199 733 5.0 21,228 7,531 1,769 17179 1,567 80.9 35.5 43.8 38.6 477
2,115 2,115 68 2,330 754 199 1,753 319 75.2 32.4 43.0 35.4 47.1 1938 1938 2,115 15.849 771 17,7283 6,871 1,800 15782 7 89.0 38.8 43.5 42.1 47.3
3 $7 1. 00 5.782 d 397 89.0 38.8
233 1,892 41.8 37 1,91 89 187 1,509 478 75.8 45.1 59.5 25.7 33.9 1939 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie .............. .. 1939 233 11,885 34.0 350 12,666 6,173 1,682 11307 1,767 89.3 48.7 56 33.1 37.1
233 1,334 38 1,421 517 187 1,070 349 75.3 36.4 ,8.4 31.4 41.7 1938 1938 233 8:871 386 9,650 4:193 1,683 9A044 1,032 93.7 43.5 46.4 40.2 42.9
2409 3,440 16.0 193 d 7.7 3,921 1,199 180 2,917 437 74.4 30.6 41.1 36.1 48.6 1939 Wabash ............................. ....... 1939 2,410 27,815 10.4 1,778 d .1 31,858 9,839 1,612 25,293 1,330 79.4 30.9 38.9 40.0 50.4
2434 2,965 209 3,432 1,008 179 2,665 183 77.7 29.4 37.8 39.4 50.7 1938 1938 2;434, 25:194 1,780 29,073 8:,820 1,614 23.999 9 82.5 30.3 36.8 42.8 51.9
122Central Eastern Region:
9 01376 24'7 99 21.2 15612 ,495,62 097 o,9 '29 2 53,'3 66 2 43-7 31-2 46.7 1939..Baltimore & Ohio 1939 6,699 97,664 18.0 8,177 3.7 112,843 34.74o 5,82 84,794 16, 75 75.1 30.8 41.0 36.5 4,.5
6,431 11,040 816 12,603 3,395 602 8,649 2,715 68.6 26.9 39.2 34.8 50.7 1938 1938 6,639 82,795 7,888 97,052 29,802 5,48 76,994 8a 1 79.3 30.7 38.7 40.2 50.7
710 2534 35.2 403 d 3.6 ,137 824 117 2,048 466 65.3 26.3 410.2 34.9 53.5 1939 Central of New Jersey. 1939 711 186:973 15.4 3367 d 2.0 24,035 6,746 1,051 17,961 809 74.7 28.1 37.5 41.4 55.4
710 1,875 418 2,485 601 118 1,794 60 72.2 24.2 33.5 42.5 58.8 1938 1938 709 16,143 3:434 21,427 4,879 1:061 15,896 431 74.2 22.8 30.6 45.4 61.2
927 1074 155 11 6.3 359 3 5 962 22 70,8 268 378 35.7 50.5 1939 Chicago & Eastern Illinois 1939 927 8,559 7.4 1,066 .7 11,003 3364 453 8,844 282 80.4 30.6 38.0 40.2 50.0
927 930 1202 313 50 909 111 75.6 26.0 34.4 39.6 52.3 1938 1938 927 7,972 1,058 10,247 2,958 454 8:,410 55 82.1 28.9 35.2 42.7 52.0
390 1,2 33 38.3 1,515 374 78 961 330 63.4 24.7 38.9 35.9 56. 1939 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern 1939 90 10,129 44.5 11,903 3,784 714 8819 1,562 74.1 31.8 42.9 8.5 51.9
435 891 1,060 302 8 764 191 72.0 28.4 39.5 39.1 54.3 1938 1938 435 7.008 7,980 2:811 751 6:873 197 86.1 35.2 40.9 15.1 52.3
37 7.5 1,679 19.3 2,371 5 98 1592 144 67.2 22.2 3.0 43.o 64.0 1939 Long Island..... .. 1939 382 4974 12.1 13,624 10.9 19,477 4,990 883 14,451 22 74.2 25 .6 34.6 46. 62.5
3 1,407 2,046 566 98 1,567 -- 108 76.6 27.7 .1 7.0 61.4 1938 1938 394 4,:38 12,283 17,512 4,273 882 13,217 75.5 24.4 32.3 48.9 64.8
10,289 30,065 28.9 6657 18.2 40.2 11,36 2,267 26,224 9,538 65.0 28.2 43.-3 32.0 49.2 1939 Pennsylvania 1939 10,289 219,641 18.4 53,293 9.5 300.513 90.613 19,939 216,614 48,170 72.1 30.2 41.8 36.2 50.2
10,303 23,332 5,634 32,047 8,27 2,162 21,203 6,525 66.2 25.8 39.0 34.8 52.6 1938 1938 10,307 185,40 48,672 259:650 71,022 19,077 187.900 36,86104 72.4 27.4 37.8 38.4 53.1
1450 4,66 31.8 26 7.0 5,1' 1,337 3,374 396 53 1939 Reading 1939 1,450 36,018 16.7 2383 .6 40 212 10,655 2.333 28,777 7,970 71.6 26.5 37.0 40.2 56.1
1,450 3,556 250 4,001 1,008 262 2,868 986 71.7 25.2 35.1 41.0 57.2 1938 193 1,451 30,870 2,369 34:879 9,065 2,354 26,372 6,436 75.6 26.0 34.4 43.8 58.0
Pocahontas Region:
3.12 11,953 19.4 274 d-.9 12,675 3,049 686 6171 4,955 4g8.7 24.1 49.4 20.6 42.4 1939 Chesapeake & Ohio .1. 939 3,111 77,837 10.5 2,292 d 1.8 83,176 25,079 6,184 50,127 23,255 60.3 30.2 50.0 24.7 41.0
3,102 10,007 277 10,659 2,685 690 5,524 3,867 51.8 25.2 41.6 22.1 42.7 1938 1938 3,102 70:470 2,333 75,637 23,075 6,223 47,459 19,142 62.7 30.5 48.6 26.3 41.9
2,191 9,557 32.1 182 2.7 9972 2,42 426 4,585 4,295 460 243 2.9 18.2 39.6 1939 Norfolk & Western. 1939 2,191 61,310 22.9 1,404 d 2.7 64,607 19,887 3,793 37.622 19,798 58.2 30.8 52.9 22.9 39.2
2,200 7,233 177 7,603 1,976 417 3,959 2,813 52.1 26.0 49.9 22.0 42.3 1938 1938 2:200 49,906 1:,442 52:992 1734 372 34305 12,378 64.7 32.7 50.6 26.5 0.9
Southern Region:
510 2,41 7.1 304 d1.8 3,19 1,?070 169 2,72 157 5.4 33.5 92 42:5 49.8 1939 Atlantic Coast Line... ..1939 5,106 26,280 8.8 5,313 7.7 35,302 10,381 1,59 27,.278 2,632 77.3 29.4 38.1 39.6 51.2
5,106 2,317 309 3,052 1,161 177 2,743 11 89.9 38.1 42.3 42.4 47.2 1938 1938 5,105 24,164 5,756 33.361 10,214 1,561 26,667 1,745 79.9 30.6 38.3 0.7 50.9
1,871 1,126 13.5 94 .7 1,336 422 71 1,077 168 80.6 31.6 39.2 o40.0 49.7 1939 Central of Georgia...... ...... 1939 1,871 9 196 5.9 897 5 6 11,372 3 933 638 9991 304 87 9 34.6 394 433 493
1.927 992 93 1,217 397 71 1.030 92 84.6 32.7 38.6 42.2 49.9 1938 1938 1.927 8:680 951 10,903 3:644 640 9.759 d 1L8 89.5 33.4 37.3 4:.4 50.7
4,949 7 12.5 723 d 1.0 8,753 2,308 535 5,744 2,252 65.6 26.4 40.2 33.5 51.0 1939 Illinois Central 1939 4 949 56,781 6.1 6,559 d 2.8 68,943 21,923 4 910 52, 803 9.334 76.6 31.8 41.5 38.2 119.8
4,951 6,66 730 7,941 2,211 50 5,552 1,591 69.9 27.8 39.8 36. 51.7 1938 1938 4,952 53,539 6:750 65,602 19,350 4:871 49,587 9,033 75.6 29.5 39.0 39.5 52.2
4,907 7,21 17.2 495 4-5 8,132 2,596 361 5,561 1,876 68.4 31.9 46.7 31.2 45.7 1939 Louisville & Nashville 1939 4,912 54,200 12.7 4,510 d 3.6 63,041 21,123 3.252 46,974 10,441 74.5 33.5 45.0 34.7 46.5
4,938 6,154 474 7,075 2,203 359 5,017 1,628 70.9 31.1 43.9 33.8 47.6 1938 1938 4:938 48,103 4:680 56,890 18,972 3:217 44,823 7,139 78.8 33.3 42.3 38.2 41.5
4,317 2,61 9.0 36 43. 96 1,290 28 12 9. 40-4 -3 4 3 199 Seaboard Air Line. 1939 4,317 24,236 7.6 4811 25.3 32,094 11,58 1,616 26,988 1,709 84.1 36.1 42.0 37. 45.0
318 6 1,201 10 2683 39 93.2 417 .8 4 5 1 1938 4,318 22,530 3,838 29336 10o. 1.531 25320 717 86.3 35.9 41. 39.
6 3l 630 13.3 76 .4 9,094 244 294 5,791 2,417 6 .7 26.9 42.2 31.6 49.6 1939 Southern... ...1939 6,572 58,840 12.1 6,540 d .1 71, 341 21,094 2,605 50,183 13,292 70.3 29.6 42.0 34.8 49.5
662 ,737 74 8,235 2,141 250 5,285 1,983 .2 26.0 40.5 32.8 51.2 1938 1938 6,66 52,498 6,s54 6:, 19,703 2289 7,653 8,:023 74.0 30.6 41.3 37.0 50.0
1,619 1.0 14.4 d .7 0 921 470 56.5 1 .9 33.4 .1 86 939 Yaz Missssipp y 1939 1,619 9,247 1.7 17 110.429 2,638 367 7,501 1.033 71.9 25.3 35.2 40.3 56.0
19 1303_____ ______ 1,445 291 __ 46 860 358 59.5 20.1 33.8 34.4 57.9 193819 ao ssip y1938 1,619 9,097 _____1510:,368 2,367 4037,182 1,25569.3 22.8 33.0 40.1 57.9


Net railway operating income' ls derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and oredlts arising from "Equipment rents" and 'Joint facility rent".
Percent Inorease computed on units of dollars.
a Carrier estimates September 1938 proportion of hurricane and flood expense and revenue loss as approximately $2,517,725.
Inoludee Boston & Albany,lessor to New York Central.
SDeficit or other reverse items.
(Over)


U S GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 1939-0.156953


UNIV. OF FL Li.
CUMENT PDEPT.




U.S. DEPOWTORY


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Sbi NO.UM-150
SEPTEMBER, 1939













INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION


SEPTEMBER, 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 SEPTEMBER, 1939 AND 1938 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER 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 eating
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- per- 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) ating eating eating eating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding revs- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penises nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa) (bb) (cc) (dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*-
Northwestern Region:
,29 7,0 19.2 1,007 2.2 8,81 2,594 43 1,997 69.3 29.3 42. 5 49.7 1939 Chicago & North Western...................... 1959 8,356 7.910 8.4 872 1.6 23,902 3,716 5,135 2,025 85.6 7.4
8.391 5.883 1,030 7,766 2.688 421 6,136 807 78.7 34. 44. 37.3 4 1938 1938 8,391 44,18g0 03 59 23,059 3,799 53,162 1.87 90.1 39-1 .1
1,505 1,526 12.8 41 d 15.4 1,684 406 45 1,077 285 64.0 24.1 37.7 33.4 52.2 1939 Chicago Great Western.........------...........-- 1939 1,505 11,948 7.4 3 1 13,228 3,814 402 9,735 944 73.6 28.8 39.2
1,505 1,353 48 1,514 399 45 1,060 170 70.0 26.4 37.7 36.4 52.0 1938 1938 1,505 11,125 34 12,345 3,940 403 9,935 d 19 80.5 31.9 39.7 50.6
10,890 8,842 13.3 756 5.0 10,527 3,58 482 7,639 1,718 72.6 34.1 47.0 32.9 45.:3 1939 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific_.. 1939 10,930 63,896 7.4 5,977 2.3 77,323 29,256 4,338 64,321 2,960 83.2 37.8 45.5 38.5 46.2
10:989 7;804 719 9,432 3,343 481 7,245 1,010 76.8 35.4 46.1 35.3 46.0 1938 1938 10,956 59,491 5.840 72,206 25,116 4,303 59,786 2,113 82.8 34.8 42.0 40.6 45.0
1,629 1,61 21.4 133 7 1,856 458 48 1,304.1o70. 0296. 87717.h 1 1 1,54n218
1629 161 21.4 133 3.0 1,56 49 48 1,3 29 70. 26. 3. 77 3:6 1939 Chicago. St. Paul, Minneapolis& Omaha. 1939 1,62 10,925 5.4 1,085 2.5 12,854 4,355 5 1121 ,743 87.3 3 .
1,629 1:33 137 1.578 591 49 1:3 d__ 2 86. 375 34 421 8 1938 193 1,64 10o,368 1112 12332 4,017 10743 8 374
8.072 10.122 4.8 364 9.6 11,324 2,745 312 5,880 4,066 51.9 24.2 46.7 23.9 46.0 1939 Great Northern.- .................................--- 1939 8,072 58,035 18.5 3,38 4.2 66,774 20,450 2,765 5,559 12,378 68.2 30.6 4.9 1.5 46.2
8,072 9,659 402 10,682 2,453 310 5,541 4,012 51.9 23.0 44.3 24.8 47.9 1938 1938 8,071 4,961 3.549 57,031 16,366 2,790 40,597 8,394 71.2 28.7 40., 35.3 4.6
4289 3,202 36.1 108 21.7 3,54 702 101 1,890 1,277 53.3 19.8 37.2 29.0 54 1939 Minneapolis. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie.... 1939 4,289 18,133 15.8 886 1.4 20,646 6,514 914 16,280 1,746 78.9 31.5 40.0 40.6 51.5
4,297 2,354 89 2,629 811 102 1,895 408 72.1 30.9 42.8 35.4 49.2 1938 1938 4,298 15,661 874 18,056 6,139 922 15,743 472 87.2 34.0 39.0 45.5 52.2
6,720 5,866 13.7 3311d 16.6 6,6703 1,780 280 4,233 2,057 63.2 26.6 42.0 30.1 47.6 1939 Northern Pacific-... ..........................1939 6,721 39.511 15.O 2,856 11.2 6,458 16,724 2,535 37,897 5.584 81.6 36.0 44.1 36.8 45.1
6,721 5,159 373 6,028 1,679 285 4,038 1,697 67.0 27.9 41.6 31.8 47.4 1938 1938 6,721 34,353 3,217 1,504 14,842 2,547 35,548 3,156 85.6 35.8 41.8 39.9 4.6
Central Western Region:
959 1,145 23.2 205 2.1 1,551 384 21 1,062 186 6.5 24.7 36.1 36.2 52.9 1939 Alton.. ......... ......... ............ 1939 959 8,521 7.1 1,859 .3 12,071 3,343 193 9,258 390 76.7 27.7 36.1 0.3 52.6
957 929 200 1,324 350 24 976 81 73.7 26.4 35.8 39.0 52.9 1938 1938 957 7,959 1,853 11,342 3,211 248 9,046 118 79.8 28.3 55 42.5 53.3
13,447 11014 6.1 1,o08 163 13941 4901 987 1,633 2,001 76.3 35.2 46.1 3.3 46- 1939 Atchlsdn, Topeka & Sante Fe a/-................. 1959 13,459 92,289 2.4 14,066 9.1 116,312 42,919 8,867 92,683 12,087 79.7 36-9 36.5 4.
1,7 1,o .1 1 6.J 1,9, ,,*z*' 9O 8 ,oo 3 6. ,06 11,,1 .2,91 8,,g67,,,~ 3. 45.8
13,500 10,383 1,469 12,998 4,639 1,005 10,139 1,625 78.0 35.7 45.8 -.3 46.5 1938 1938 13,508 90,132 12,895 112,392 38,777 8,979 88,955 11,251 79.1 .5 38.1 4.
9,034 7,412 7.7 826 53.9 9,153 2,697 434 6,179 1,854 67.5 29.5 43.6 52.6 48.2 1939 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ... .......... 1939 8,956 54,974 3.6 6.925 .4 69,149 23,040 3,907 52,981 6,348 76.6 3.3 *3.5 36.3 47.4
8,970 6,879 795 8,551 2,519 430 5,854 1,583 68.5 29.5 43.0 33.2 48.5 1938 1938 8,970 53,061 6,897 67,081 20,381 3,810 50,067 7,018 74.6 30.4 40.7 37.0 49.6
7,858 5,660 7.9 658 3.9 6,914 2,421 342 5,422 707 78.4 35.0 44.7 35.6 4.4 1939 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific/-- .......... 1939 7,73 4 08 1.4 5,704 2. 58,083 20,156 3,074 47,302 2,966 81.4 34.7 426 38.3 470
7,982 5,246 684 6,540 2,353 346 5,436 318 83.1 36.0 4.3 3 8.3 46.1 1938 1938 8058 638 5,837 57,799 19,920 3,142 49,000oo 531 84.8 4. 40.7 41.1 48.5
2 4 .6 17 5.9 2,678 786 100 1,833 5 68.5 29.3 42.9 32.9 48.1 1939 Denver & Rio Grande Western....................... 1939 2,57 1,3 8.8 1,196 3.8 1504 7,270 906 15.008 146 85.7 41. 8.4 36.7 42.8
2 2,116 6 2,423 853 72 1,872 23 77.3 35.2 455.6 5.6 46.1 1938 1958 2,568 1,096 1,152 6 41672 1 90.9 43. 1.7
1938 09 1152 1.143 7,055 896 e.
8,7658 11,365 19.3 21,9529 4.4 14,059937 3,616859 53052 11197 ,754 65.7 22.7 34.5 35. 50 1939 Southern Pacific Company /..................... 1939 g ,657 98,235 11.5 1 3,539 4.1 127,094 34,288 4,802 93,832 15,652 73-8 27.0 36.5 8.1
870771.7 24.8 34.5 38.4 53.6 1938 1938 8,713 88,25 16,847 115,559 33,648 4,998 93084 5,186 80.6 29.1 36.1 42.2 52.4
9,900 14,366 17.0 1,805 6-5 17,450 6127 621 11,523 3,447 66.0 29.4 44.5 29.9 45.3 1939 Union Pacific .........................------- 1939 9,901 94,615 13.8 13,722 7.5 118,699 36,710 5,54 88,106 11,65 74.2 30.9 41.7 34.2 46.1
9,903 12,276 1,695 15,236 4,762 610 10,509 2,395 69.0 31.3 45.3 30.0 43.5 1938 Southwestern Region: 1938 9,909 83:169 12,759 105,52b 31,337 5:483 77,209 10,791 73.2 29.7 40.6 34.4 7.0
Southwestern Region:
3,294 2,197 3.6 180 d 11.6 2,615 765 105 1,915 299 73.2 29.3 4o.o 34.9 47.6 1939 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines....................... 1939 3,294 17,381 1.8 1,554 d .9 20,984 6,616 989 16,723 864 79.7 31.5 9.6 37.9 475
3,294 2,120 204 2,572 702 112 1,830 330 71.2 27.3 38.4 34.9 49.0 1938 1938 3,294 17:069 1,6:17 20,:744 6,403 995 16,842 476 81.2 30.9 38.0 39.8 45.1
7,150 6,614 6.5 411 .7 7,650 2,711 363 5,783 977 75.6 35.4 46.9 34.0 44.9 1939 Missouri Pacific..--....................-.....-- ...... 1939 7,163 50,895 1.5 36 .1 59.934 21,456 3,270 09 80.2
7,1735 6,210 426 7,225 2,565 365 5,576 702 77.2 55.5 46.0 35.0 45.3 1938 1938 7,:17 50,152 3:8-06 59:219 21,696 3:273 47,M 3:306 81.2 3. 4.26 .2 47.4
1,936 1,973 4.3 201 d .2 2,364 675 101 1,590 502 67. 28.6 42.5 30.4 45.1 1939 Texas & Pacific. ......-.--... 1939 1,936 15.839 .5 1,676 9. 19,101 5.937 902 13,839 2,906 72-5 31-1 .9 32.6 4.9
1,937 1,890 201 2,285 664 100 1,524 520 66. 29.1 43.6 29.8 44.6 1938 19389 1,937 15,757 1:,8471 19:206 5,405 897 13.551 3,227 70.6 28.1 39.9 33.5 4.5
48824 3691 8.9 7273 d 2.3 4,26 1,53 2 3,319 03 774 362 468 33.8 6 1939 St. Louis-San Francisco................................ 19359 ,;835 28,o044 5.6 2, 15 d 2.1 33 286 13248 2299 11,8o6 860 9. 46 380 44
4,884 3,390 279 3,994 1,537 261 3,235 462 81.0 38.5 47.5 35.4 43.8 1938 1938 4:885 26,558 2,467 31,7845 13, 164 2,328.653 d 2 90.03 491.5 4.9'.448
26 101 3.6 85. 108 0 16 9.03 3.2 37.:8 4:.8 48.6 1939 St. Louis. San Francisco & Texas..........:..... 1939 26 1,151 d.8 d _2 12 356 39635 794 29 36 9 :3 4.5
261 105 2 112 37 9-32 3 9113 101 89.8 33.2 370 44.0 49.0 13 98 266 1,209 6 880 1,2613 356 1 9630 60 79.4 27-3~ :4. 5.
1,690 1,606 8.1 31 11.0 1,718 700 52 1,358 148 79.0 40.8 51.6 28.8 36.4 1939 St. Louis Southwestern Lines................. 1939 1,696 13,151 4.l 236 7.5 13,999 5,430 464 11,425 366 81.6 8.8 47.5 32.6 40.0
1,706 1,486 28 1,584 468 52 1,129 246 71.3 29.6 41.5 31.9 44.7 1938 1938 1:706 12:635 220 13.419 3,889 466 10,135 1,048 75.5 29.0 38.4 56.0 47.7
4,416 5,295 12.5 298 5.3 3,916 1120 119 2,678 717 68.4 28.6 41.8 317 46.3 1939 Texas & New Orleans .................................... 19926,234 2.6 ,64 .3 31,9 10,116 1,082 23906 2,864 76.0 322 4. 5
4416 2,928 28 _____ 3.513 1,094 133 2,688 341 76.5 31.1 40.7 56.o 47.0 1938 1938 4,418 25,580 2,557 30:712 10:,242 1,206 24544 1:674 79.9 333 41.7 36.7 5.

'Net railway operating Income' is derived from "Rallway operating income*, modified by debits and credits arising from 'Equipment rental" and *Joint facility rent."
Percent Inorease computed on units of dollars.
a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
/ Includes Chicago, Rook Island and Gulf.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Deficit or other reverse Items.
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