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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

3 1262 08730 976011111 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


Statement No. M-150
OCTOBER, 1939


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


FOR THE MONTHl OF OC"OBER,1939 AND 1938 FOR 1EN MONTHS ENDED WrTH OCTOBER,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 sting 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 malnte- eluded Total eating (e Oper- Oper Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) ating ating ating eating operated in- in- nance in pro- income* cent) ting eating ating sting
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (a) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (as) (bb) (cc) (dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)** (Money items in thousands of dollars)*

200 ,291 $314,987 20.4 $31,871 6.4 *375.390 *106.165 *15,311 $245,131 88,635 65.3 28.3 43.3 31.7 48.6 1939Total-Roads listed herein........................ 1939 200,401 62,354,122 13.6 *33 0.677 4.1 $2,929.684 915,027 *152,024 2,'169,120 393,113 74.0 31.2 42.2 36.1 48.7
201,:003 261,6l 29,949 317,530 89,744 15333 218.290 61,120 68.7 28.3 41.1 314.5 50.1 1938 198 201,261 2,071,778 317,773 2,616424 808,843 151,977 2,022,041 239.813 77.3 30.9 40.0 38.9 50.3
10.1 9 94 66.0 2 1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~New England Region: 1 2. ,4 826 1,5 ,7 734 558 7. 65 3. 93 5.
1,937 3,395 15.9 41 10.1 4,499 1,166 123 2.972 94 66.0 2j.9 U- 4j 3. 1939 Bostn Mainet s.9. .... 1939 1,92 225,2.3,2 O,1 1,277 21,374 5,538 71.6 26. 37. 39 5.9
1.955 2928 42 3,888 1:596 132 3.,22 12 8. 4.o o .6 4 7 71 1938 193 8 1,958 22.57 5,813 32,920 10,118 1,32 2,777 987 1.3 30. 37. 3.9 53.9
1,874 4,863 11.1 2,361 11.5 8,011 2,266 280 525 1480 67.7 28. 41.8 33.5 4.4 1939 New York. New o Haven & Hartford.................. 1939 1,874 38,97L 23.4 22,76o 5.7 68,663 ,5 2811 51,279 610 77 .4 .7 7 50.1
182 33 2:45 7,177 1.693 29 865 : 67.8193 Great Lakes Region: 1938 1,953 31,586 21,523 59.586 20,061 2,842 50,055 1.026 84.0 33.7 .5 50.6
845 2,615 34.1 897 d 2.2 2,790 642 83 1,637 885 58.7 23.0 39.2 31.4 53.5 1939 Delaware & Hudson ..............----- --- 1939 839 19132 23.7 1.059 9.2 21,038 5,714 841 14,429 4,574 68.6 27.2 39.6 35.5 51.8
831 1,950 89 2:115 454 86 1:331 659 62.9 21.5 34.1 35.3 56.0 1938 1938 831 15,467 970 17,249 4,665 871 13,315 2,428 77.2 27.0 35.0 41.6 53.9
996 3 963 30.3 550 2.0 5,012 1,079 201 3,364 1,174 67.1 21.5 32.1 40.6 60.5 1939 Delaware. Laokawanna & Western........... 1939 989 31.534 20.8 5,541 41573 10,596 2,028 31,872 4,778 76.7 25.5 33.2 45.1 58.8
986 3:042 539 4:096 979 204 3:135 566 76.5 23.9 312 46.4 60:6 1938 1938 986 26,104 5,555 36,149 9,389 2,056 29,784 1,758 82.4 26.0 315 497 60.3
2,290 7,895 24.0 381 .9 8,819 2,144 297 5,503 2,324 62.4 24.3 39.0 33.2 53.3 1939 Erie (including Chicago & Erie)--............... 1939 2,290 57,864 18.9 4,002 d 1.4 66,706 19,305 3,053 4:7 9,510 73.1 28.9 39.6 37.8 51.7
2275 :368 377 7,248 1,949 308 5:015 1,315 69.2 26.9 38.9 36.5 52.7 1938 1938 2,275 48,648 4,o6o 57,124 18,630 3,113 46606 2,137 81.6 32.6 40.0 41.6 5.9
1,029 1, 22 19.9 68 d 26 2,138 673 98 1,640 262 76.7 31.5 41.0 40.1 52.2 1939 Grand Trunk Western.............. .......... 1939 1, 030 15,447 24.1 84 3-5 1 7 5.970 972 14,75 764 54. 34. 5 5.
1,032 1,02 92 1,:823 579 95 1,:482 150 81.3 31.8 39.1 42.9 52.8 1938 1938 1,032 12,: 820 13 5,350 939 13,755 1 95.9 37.3 38.9 50
1,282 4,158 12.3 186 25.4 4,591 1,064 176 3,018 1,126 65.7 23.2 35.3 37.5 57.0 1939 Lehigh Valley ............. ..................................... 1939 1,283 33,308 11.5 1,858 4.5 37.403 9,275 1,761 27,248 5,670 72.8 24.8 34.0 41.9 57.5
1,286 3,702 148 4,091 939 179 2,777 744 67.9 23.0 33.8 38.8 57.2 1938 1938 1,303 29,875 1,779 33,823 8,573 1,803 26,117 2,863 77.2 25.3 32.8 44.5 57.7
11,025 26,377 25-1 4,894 2.3 35,171 10,142 1,326 23,791 7064 67.6 28.8 42.6 33.6- 49.7 1939 New York Central /.........--......................... 1939 11,039 194,840 19.0 51,138 3.7 278,363 86,226 13.2 209,351 28418 75.2 31.0 41.2 37.7 50.2
11,077 21:078 4,782 29,313 8,813 1343 21,31 4,o4o 73.1 30.1 411 37.0 50.6 1938 1938 11,078 163,707 49,328 242,023 74,402 13,16 194,050 9,620 80.2 30.7 38.3 42.0 52.4
1705 ,59 37.1 62 1.8 4,772 1,000 130 2,624 1,52 5.0 21.0 38.1 29.0 52.7 1939 New York, Chicago & St. Louis-...................... 1939 1,704 33,289 19.5 712 d 2.3 35,123 8,935 1,303 23,506 6,584 66.9 25.4 38.0 34.7 51.9
1:7 3:47 60 3,520 806 139 2,29 807 3.9 22.9 35-8 38.3 53.7 19; 1938 1,704 27,853 729 29,622 7,7 1,415 21,554 3,589 72.8 26.5 36.4 38.2 525
2,115 3,004 21.8 60 2.8 3,216 902 194 2,090 811 65.0 28.0 43.1 32.2 49.5 1939 Pare Marquette .................... 1939 2,115 22,254 21.5 793 a 4.5 24444 8,433 1,962 19.269 2,377 78.8 34.5 43.8 37.8 47.9
2,115 2:465 59 2,663 820 199 1,892 506 71.1 30.8 43.3 :4.5 48. 1938 1938 2,115 18,315 830 20o,386 7690 1,999 17,674 109 86.7 37-7 43.5 41.1 47.4
233 2,254 46.0 40 1.3 2,54 865 187 1,562 771 66.3 36.8 55.4 25.0 37.7 1939 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ............................... 1939 233 14,139 35-.8 390 8.4 15,020 7,039 1,868 12,869 2538 85.7 46.9 54.7 318 37.1
233 1,543 40 1:634 610 187 1,228 391 75.1 37.3 49.7 31.1 41,4 1938193 8 133 10,414 26 11284 ,803 1,870 10,.271 1,423 91.0 42.6 46.8 .9 42.8
2,409 4104 13.7 199 .6 4,615 1,180 180 3,027 998 65.6 25.6 39.0 3.14 50.9 1939 Wabash................................................. 1939 2,410 1,919 10.8 1,978 36,473 11,019 1,792 28.321 2,328 776 30.2 9 91 50.4
2,434 3:611 198 4,090 1,176 179 2,948 553 72.1 28.8 39.9 36.0 49.9 1938 1938 2,434 28,805 1,978 33,163 9,996 1,793 26,947 562 81.3 30.1 37.1 .0 51.7
Central Eastern Region:
6,389 15,450 31.2 925 .5 17,73 5,39 596 11,822 4,038 68.4 31.2 45.6 31.2 45.6 1939 Blaltimore & Ohio ............................................. 1939 6,398 113,114 19.6 9,102 4.1 130,116 40,137 5,978 96,615 20,627 74.3 30.8 41.5 35.8 48.2
6:431 11,777 85 13,1 3,881 5 9.437 2,722 70.? 2 8.9 4.1 34.7 49.4 19398 1938 6,438 94,572 8,741 0,492 33,683 6,083 86,431 11,437 78.2 30.5 39.0 39.6 50.6
11,7779 853a o Nw ere ..13,.. 3,881 .... 1 1601$6 1-3 3 44 d .
710 2,894 31.4 377 2.2 3,477 737 117 2,097 689 60.3 21.2 35.1 5.0 8.1 199 Central of New Jerey.. 1939 711 21,867 17.3 744 1.6 2 12 7,462 1,168 20,058 1,497 72.9 27.2 37.3 40.6 55.7
710 2,202 369 2,762 638 118 1,927 128 69.7 23.1 33-1 42.1 60.4 1938 1938 709 18,645 3,804 -2 4,190 5,517 1,179 17,823 559 73.7 22.8 31.0 45.1 61.1
927 1,348 18,.o0 101 .5 1,622 357 50 1,004 44 61.9 22.0 35.6 32.7 52.8 1939 Chicago & Eastern Illinois. .... 1939 927 9,907 8.7 1,167 .6 12,626 3,721 9,84 696 78.0 295 37.8 39 50.3
927 1:143 102 1,412 32 50 961 245 681 24.2 35.6 35.4 52.1 1938 1938 927 9,115 1160 11,660 3.301 9.371 300 80.4 28.3 352 1.8 52.0
; ,0 1,76 6.7 2,063,7 1,08 .8 18. 7. 3 .5 31.9 60.4 939 Egin,3o, 4742.
90 19 6.7 2,63 38 8278 ,08 1 2. 18.7 31. 604 19389 Elgin, Jollet & Eastern ................................. 1939 390 11,898 47.7 13,966. 41 70 792 9,908 2,193 70.9 29.9 21 37.5 52.9
35 1,040 1,235 35 Se 846 271 27.0 38 37.0 54.4 1938 1938 435 8,056 9,215 3.145 833 7,712 467 83.7 34.1 40.8 44.0 52.6
37 .4 1,568 20.9 2,361 5 69 97 1,669 126 70.7 24.1 34.1 44.5 62.9 1939 Long Island..---...-.........- .................... 1939 382 5,660 10.5 15,192 11.9 21,83858 980 16,120 398 73.8 25.5 34.5 46.2 62.6
3P 1,297 2,080 546 98 1:566 21 75.3 26.3 35.0 47.0 62.4 1938 1938 394 55124 13:580 19,592 4,821 980 14:783 70 75.5 24.6 32.6 46.7 64.6
10,289 37,241 41.0 6,206 14.4 47,438 15.377 2,384 32,247 10,204 68.0 32.4 47.7 31.2 45.9 1939 Pennsylvania................................................ 1939 10,289 256,883 21.2 59.499 10.0 347,95 8 105,991 22,324 248,61 ,51 71. 30.5 42.6 35.5 9.6
10,293 2,411 5:425 35,256 9,236 2,280 23,271 7,327 66.0 26.2 39.7 34.5 52.3 1938 1938 10,306 211,89 54,097 :294,906 80,258 21,357 2171 91 71. 27.2 38.0 37.9 53.0
150 5,17 27.5 26 d 5934 1,394 259 3,612.9 2.55.2 1939 Reading................................................ 199 1,450 41,435 18.0 6 .4 46,145 12,049 ,92 32,388 9. 70.2 26.1 33 56.0
1:50 2 73 o4L,.o : : : :6 y:6 55:P 1939 9: .1 1 .5 12.926.32532'99.
1:450 2: 2 5 271 .8 723 1 262 :3003 1 5 4 58.5 198 Pa ta03Region:..................1 1;411 35,118 102:6, 39,602 10,090 2,66 29,375 7,9 74.2 25.5 3. 3 .0 58.0
Pocahontas Region:
3,121 13,055 18.3 262 1.0 13,802 3166 685 6,458 5,718 46.8 22.9 49.0 20.3 43.3 199 Chesapeake & Ohio........................................... 1939 3,112 90,89 11.5 96,978 28,246 6,870 56,586 28,973 58.3 29.1 49.9 24.1 412
3,102 11,036 265 11,738 2,833 690 5:840 4,461 49.8 24. 46.5 21.5 43.2 1938 1938 3,102 81:506 2,598 87,375 25,908 6.914 53,299 23,603 61.0 29.7 4.6 25.7 421
2,191 10,311 27.1 156 3-0 10,713 2,451 425 4,723 4,720 44.1 22.9 51.9 18.0 40.9 1939 Norfolk & Western............................................. 1939 2,191 71,621 23.4 1,560 d 2.1 520 22,38 4,218 42,346 24,517 56.2 29.7 5.8 22.2 39.4
2,191 8,114 151 8,500 2,087 417 4,214 3,382 49.6 24.5 49.5 21.0 42.3 1938 1938 2,199 58,020 1,594 61,4 19,243 4159 8,518 15,7 62.6 31.6 50:.5 25.7 1.o
Southern Region:
5,104 2,974 12.7 310 d .1 3,715 1,206 169 2,953 37 79.5 32.5 4o.8 39.0 49.1 1939 Atlantic Coast Line.......... ........... 1939 5106 29253 9.1 ,622 39,017 11,587 1,728 30.232 3 77.5 29.7 38.3 395 510
5,106 2,6,0 310 3373 1,147 177 2,826 1408.8 4. 40.6 4.0 49.0 1938 1938 5105 26,8 36,734 11,361 1,739 29,493 1,885 80.3 30.9 38.5 50.7
1,871 1,233 3.9 84 3.2 1,4440 449 71 1,144 190 79.4 31.2 ,.3 5. 149.8 199 Central of Georgia............ .............1939 1871 10,49 5.7 91 5 0 12,813 4,382 709 11,135 86.9 34.2 39.4 4.9 49.3
1,927 1,187 81 2,398 438 73 1,117 176 79.9 31.3 39.2 39-.7 49.7 193 193 1,927 9:,86 1,032 12.301 4,082 71 10,876 158 88.4 33.2 37.5 44.7 50.6
4,949 9,205 17.6 671 a8.4 10,434 2,'57 52 6,429 3,050 61.6 24.'7 40.o0 38.2 1 1 199 Illinois Central................... ........... 1939 4,949 65986 7.5 7,30 79377 24496 5442 59,32 1238 74.6 30.9 414 37.4 50.1
4:951 7:830 733 9,191 2,252 5444 5,87 2:456 63.4 24.5 38.7 33.5 52.9 193$ 1938 45 6?;369 7,483 74:793 21,603 5,414 55,414 11,489 74.1 28.9 39.0 38.8 52.3
4,907 8,60 20.8 437 a 1.3 9,200 3.017 361 6,194 2.27 67. 28 48.7 29. 44.4 1939 Louisville &. Nashvlle ....................... 139 4,911 62.460 13.7 4,948 d 4.3 72.241 24.139 3.613 53.169 12.767 73.6 33.4 45.4 34.1 46.3
4:938 6,840 488 7:828 2,406 361 5,395 1,870 68.9 0.7 44.6 32. 47.4 198 13 1 4,938 54,943 5,168 64,718 21378 3,608 50,218 9008 77.6 33.0 4.6 37.5 4.4
4315 3,149 14.1 361 45.2 3,8934 1,43 180 3088 44 7 4. 3.9 4. 199 Seaboard Air Line.............................................. 1939 4,317 7384 8.3 5172 26.5 35.987 12,926 1,797 0,076 2,19 83.6 35.9 43.0 37.6 45.0
4:318 2:760 249 3:,379 1,257 170 2:884 191 85. 37.1 43. 6 : :7.6 44. 1938 1938 4,318 25,290 4:087 32,715 11,802 1,702 28,203 86. 36.1 41.8 39.4 45.7
16.6 6 9 l10028Sat2r6.61..................1939 67,492 12.6 7,209 d81.36? 1.62,90056:,25 16,187569.2 29..
6.521 ,652 16.6 6 9 2, ,5 6,62 ,,85 6o., 2 41.5 .7 5 19 Southern................................................................. 1,3 66 67.1291.6 70 1_8
S421 696 19 193 6 59919 7:245 73,271 21,76 2,552 53151 10,329 72.5 29.9 412 36.4 50.2
1,619 1,571 16.4 62 31.1 1,710 297 44 1,011 45 59.1 17.4 9.4 63.4 1939 Yaoo &, Mississippi Valley............. 19.............. 9 1,619 10,819 3.6 580 1 12,139 2,935 411 8,51 1,45 70.1 24 34.5 39.9 56.9
1,619 1,350 ____ 91 1.531 38 43 921 38 60.2 0.21 33.4 35: 51.5 1938 1619 10,447 7o5 ,0 11,899 ,675 446 8,.102 1.637 68.1 .5 33.0 39.5 58.0

'Not railway operating income* i derived from "Railway operating inoome, modified by debits and credits hearing from 'Equipsent rontsO and 'Joint facility rpnt".
we Percent Inorease computed on unit@ of dollars.
S Inoludes Boston & Albany, lessor to Mew York Central.
DeflOlt or other reveres Ites.
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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.


OCTOBER, 1939


FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1939 AND 1938 FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED WITH OCTOBER, 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 atlon in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All atlon 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 eating (per- per- Oper- Oper- per-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) eating eating eating eating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) ating atng atn atng
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding r es- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penises nues penes
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (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) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) (Money items in thousands of dollars).

Northwestern Region:
8,329 97,683 17.0 1867 4.7 "9,470 A2,552 $417 6,328 9 2,386 66.8 27.0 40.3 344. 51.6 1939 Chicago &North Western-- --------- 1939 8,353 *593 9 9,608 1.9 8$2,725 $26,455 $4,133 660,463 94, 4k 83.1 36.4 13.8 39.8 47.8
8,397 6 .567 827 8.,217 2726 21 6,:o80 1,055 76.4 33.2 43.4 37.: :9.0 19389 1938 8,391 5,7 9,.430 67,194 25,785 14,220 59,4d42 819 88.5 38.4 43.4 :2.6 48.2
1.505 1.617 5. 1.1,1616 6. 7.1 3 1939 --01 1:393 '44 10,88 1,261 72. 28. 3.'6.8 50.9
1,505 1.647 5.0 38 1.2 1,816 438 4 1,145 16 63.1 24.1 38.2 32.9 52.2 1939 Chicago Great Western ............-----------....---. 1939 1,505 13596 7.1 97 A 1.0 I,04 252 10880 1,261 72 .39
1,505 1,569 38 1,731 453 47 1,152 51 66.6 26.2 39.-4 343 51.5 1931938 1,505 1,94 1 14,07 4,393 50 11,087 232 78.8 31.2 39.6 39.9 50.7
0 9603 16.0 d3 011,2 12P6 484 743 67 35 3: 4 chcago M aukee t aul & Pacifc1--- 16 l.9 10,926 -5 6;6 1.8 6d 13269 22 2,o4 5,280 81.3 36.9 .35.1 4816.
10 a 2789,770 296 484 723 ,15 76.17 33.7 144 0 3 47.7 1938S1939 10,955 776,2 1,7 6 7,219 3,271 .
93 1629 12,511 7.0 1,192 817 114,687 14,820 1183 12,506 8 3 8.1 3._3. 152 5.
1629 1,3617 19.9 107 6-7 1,33 46795 98 1,252 20 70 3 0253 36.12 3.9 53 5. 1939 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha... 1939 16 11 7142 7 .0 1,212 d13,87 4,96 89 1996 18. 32.1 37.5" 53.8
1,629 1,3119 100 1,555 1479 119 1,252 60 80.5 30.8 38.2 143.0 53.14 1938 13 : 1771221 9 ,9 8 196a4 3
8,072 9,845 19.6 298 2.3 11,039 2,381 311 5.575 4,103 50.5 21.6 142.7 25. 50 1939 Great Northern .. ..1,939 8,072 ,,67,880 18.7 3,6?7 77,813, 22,831 30 76 ,51,134 ,,16,81 65."7 .29.3 144.6 30.86 16.6
8.072 8,229 292 9.090 2,259 311 5,155 3,003 56.- 24.9 43.8 27.4 l8.3 1938 1938 8,071 57,190 3,810 66,121 18,625 3 102 65.752 11.397 69.2 28.2 10.7 31.2 119.5
4,289 2,724 27.6 66 d 13.7 3,014 720 101 1,926 763 63.9 23.9 37.4 35.0 54.7 1939 Minneapolis. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie.... 1939 4,289 20,85 17.2 952 .2 23,660 8233 1015 18,206 2,509 76.9 30.6 5.
4.290 2,135 76 2,398 700 102 1,803 281 75.2 29.2 38.8 39.6 52.7 1938 1938 4,297 17,79 950 20,54 639 1 02 17,546 d 191 85.8 33.4 3.0
6.720 6,034 22.2 30 28.7 6,843 1,928 281 4,523 1,986 66.1 28.2 42.6 31.6 47.9 1939 Northern Pacific..----------. 1939 6,721 45,545 15.9 3,159 A 8.5 53,301 18,651 2,816 42,420 7,570 79.6 35.0 44.0 36.1 5.4
6.721 4,939 236 5.,69 1,692 283 4,155 1,118 73.5 30.0 40.7 35.9 148.8 1919389 Nr tern i 1938 6,721 39,291 3452 47,53 16,534 2,831 39,703 4,274 84.2 351 41.6 39.4 6.8
Central Western Region:
959 1 15.4 228 1.4 1,652 .44 21 1,3 220 69:. 27.1 3.9"1 3.52 50" 1939 Alton ...................................... 1939 959 9727 8.0 2,087 .5 13723 3,90 214 10401 610 75. 276 364 97 524
957 I'M4 225 1,480 40 24 1,06 3.64 71.7 27.3 38.0 36-9 511^ 19389 1938 957 9042,077 12,822 3.615 273 10,108 46 78.8 28.958 418 5.
13,447 13,785 9.1 1,405 1.7 16,526 5,386 989 11,466 3,408 69.4 32.6 47.0 31.6 45.6 1939 Atchison. Topeka & Sante Fe a/.............. 1939 13,45-8 106,014 3.2 15,471 8.4 132,838 148,305 9,856 104,149 15,495 78.4 36.4 6.4 .9 45.8
13,500 12,35 1.381 15,41 5,213 1,000 11,184 2,805 73.4 3 2 46.6 33.9 46.2 1938 1938 13,507 102,77 14,276 1.64 43,991 9,99 100,139 14,05 78.5 345 13.9 .6 47.9
1350 12951381,41 523 00 i d : 2l; 939 13,507 O,6 .,61.:, -.9 .7 19,. 3, :: :
9,3 ,523 10.9 76 .4 10,218 275 43 6,518 2,597 6.8 2 .0 42 31. 9 193 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy .......... 1939 8,964 6,47 4.5 7.688 .3 7.6 25,797 4,340 5,499 8,95 75.0 2.5 43. .7
9 688 9359 2 43 6,052 2,072 6147 26.5 40. 32. 50. 1938 1938 8,968 9 ,7 7,662 22,859 4,241 5,119 9,090 73.1 9 0.73 .7
7,858 6,380 7.6 624 .6 7,662 2,1469 342 5,552 1,332 72.5 32.2 44.5 31.9 146.7 1939 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific..._.... 1939 7,871 53,688 2.1 6,328 d 2.0 65,745 22,625 3.41'6 52,855 14,298 80.14 34..1 2. 378 470
7,982 5,928 620 7,210 2,338 344* 5,529 9 76.7 32. 42.3 3. 147.5 198 193 8,050 52566 6,:57 -- 65,009 22,258 3,:1486 54,529 1,473 83.9 34.2 40.8 0.6 48.4
2,555 2,742 5.8 144 29.7 3,012 816 102 1,947 766 64.7 27.1 41.9 32.3 50.0 1939 Denver & Rio Grande Western ............... 1939 2,557 18,085 8.4 1,39 6.o0 20,516 8,086 1,008 16,955 913 82.6 39. 47 36.0 43.6
2,563 2,591 111 2,811 827 101 1,893 552 67.14 29.4 43.7 33.0 8.9 1938 1938 2,567 16,687 1,263 18,954 783 997 16,565 87.14 416 47.6 37.9 43.3
655 142561.2 1 o1.6 17g63411 53 1,74 :440 46o i 1 1-2
8,655 14,251 12.2 1,780 76 17,365 4,113 531 11,774 67.8 2.7 34.9 36.7 54.2 199 Southern Pacific Company o/...................-. 1939 8,657 112,487 11.4 19,319 4.4 144, l38,02 5 105606 19,105 73.1 26.6 375
8,707 12,697 1,655 15,615 3,797 552 10,883 2,66 69.7 2.3 349 38.1 54.6 1938 19a8 8,712 100,9141 18,1 1 37,445 5. 103,967 7,852 79.3 28,5 41
9,900 14,893 9.1 1,407 6.1 17,566 5,867 641 12,288 2,6804 70.0 33. 7.7 30.0 42.9 1939 Union Pacific............. .........................1939 9,901 109,505 13.1 15,129 7. 136,261 2,577 6,191 100,394 14,291 73.7 31.2 2.4 33.7 5.7
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9,903 13,645 1,326 16,204 4484 613 10,470 3,223 64.6 7.7 42.8 30.2 6.7 1938 1938 9,908 96,814 14,086 121,730 35,821 6,096 87,679 14015 72.0 29.4 0.9 33.9 47.0
36U2,5 5. 182,5 735 191 29 2 79R79 Southwestern Region:
3294 2 2 52 1 5 50 46 29 9 38.6 3 48 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines.............. 1939 3,294 19,632 2.2 1,737 3.5 23,669 7,367 1,044 18,669 1,161 78. 31.1 39.5 37.6 47.7
3,294 2,10 184 2,577 717 11 1,899 236 73 278 377 49.8 193 1938 3,294 1929 1,801 23,321 7,120 1,107 18,7112 712 80. 30.5 38.0 39.5 9.1
73- 27-9337 31,4:1 ;391,801 230.5 7,9.53
7,150 7,503 11.4 416 2.4 8,602 2,952 366 6,248 1,408 72.6 4.3 47.2 32.3 44.5 1939 Missouri Pacific ..........................1939 7,161 58,398 27 4,106 3.o 68,536 24,408 3636 4,383 79.3 35.6 449 36.6 16,2
7,173 b,736 426 7,790 2,737 364 5,937 874 76.2 35.1 46.1 34.7 45.6 1938 1938 7,174 56,888 4,233 67,009 23,432 3,66 53,881 4,181 804 35.0 43.5 38.0 472
1,936 2,193 5.0 183 d6.1 2,62 2 101 1,725 62 5.Z 139 ....3.5.1,
1,936 2,0 195 2, 1c 1,7 65. 5 29 5. 28.8 4 1938 Texas & Pacific.....-...... ........-............ 1939 1 936 18,031 1.0 1,8 9.0 21,733 6,718 1,002 15,,565 3 1.6 3.9 43.2 32.51 144.8
1936 2 195 2 59 100 1590 588 62. 25 291 46.6 1938 1:937 17:845 2,02 21755 6,63 997 15 9.6 7.9 33.0 47.4
4 ,8 2 k 3 ,9; 4 1 1 7 2 7 2 d 2 .0 4 ,5 6 4 1 51 6 22 4 J 4 2 0 7 3 4 4 47 .1 3; .1 4 4 ,1- -19 3 92 2 6 48,692d62. 1?
4,824 3,954 11.7 272 2.0 14,5854 1,58 24 339 1,020 73.1 34.4 47.1 33.1 45.4 1939 St. Louis-San Francisco ..................... 139 4 833 31,998 6.3 2,687 21 37,870 14,826 2,553 31,964 2,825 84.4 9.2 46.4 37.5 4.4
4,884 3,541 278 4,155 158 21 3,52 653 78.3 37.7 48.2 35.3 5.1 1938 1938 14,88 30,099 2,745 -- 35,900 14,732 2;6 o6 31:906 626 88.9 '.0 116.2 39.8 14.8
8267 104 a d.8 .3 10 12o g d 28 99.1 6 .0 38.24 47.7 48.2 1939 St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas.............. 1939 267 1,255 5.1 .6 1,22 397 1,071 88 810 0 37.1 10.0
38110 a 8 91.9 35.2 3.2 9 .8 1938 1938 266 1:23 1:38 395 1 1,100 9 30 35.9 110.4 511
1,690 1,963 12.6 367 g 66 52 149.735 S. oisSotwetrnLie ..7140.........8.
1,690 1,963 12.6 36 2,079 66 52 1,82 73 13 6.68 1.6 26. 1939 St Luis Southwestern Lines .... 19 1,694 15,11n4 5.1 267 7.1 16,078 6,196 516 12,906 1 8 3 8.0 31.8
11. 12 295,345 .7 38.(
1706 1743 1,83 52 1,179 35 4.0 6.4 2 29 1938 19 1.706 14378 249 15,262 4,375 518 11,31.4 1 3 38.7 35.2 7.
14,1416 ,71,3579
4,416 3,731 15.1 286 4.2 4,350 1,156 119 2,792 1,031 64.2 26.6 41.4 30.2 47.0 199 Texas & New Orleans ....................................... 1939 14,416 29,964 14.0 2,850 .6 3.799 11,272 1,201 26,68 3,895 74.6 31.5 4.2
16 3,22 275 3,825 1,071 115 2,716 646 71.0 28.0 39.14 3.2 48.2 198 1938 4418 28:823 2832 34,537 11.313 1:320 27,261 2,320 78.9 32.8 1.5 36.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 193--156955
"Net railway operating income" Is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debits and credit arising from equipmentt rents" and "Joint facility rent".
** Percent increase computed on unite of dollar.
a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa re Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa re.
R/Includee Chicago, Rook Island and Gulf.
/ Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Deficit or other reverse items.
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