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UOIV. TrDE L,. 12 08730 9323 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

-BUREAU OF STATISTICS




U.S.DEP TING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES OF LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS--SEL ED ITEMS FOR ROADS WITH ANNUAL OPERATING REVENUES ABOVE $25,000,000.
I--- ---- OPER'HNGREVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES OF LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-SELECTED ITEMS FOR ROADS WITH ANNUAL OPERATING REVENUES ABOVE $25,000,000.


Stataut No. M-1SO
NOVEMBER, 1939


FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 1939 AND 1938 FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER, 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 eating 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- cluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded Total eating (per- Oper- 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) eating eating eating eating
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) () (f) (g) (h) (i) (J) (k) (1) () (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa) (bb) (cc) (dd) (ee)


(Money items in thousands of dollars)"

874 3.2 328,132 697,688 15,091 T230,450
787 287,345 81,126 15,000 208,019
'91 0


200,
1,997
1:955


8145
831


2,290
2,291
1,029
1,032
1,282
1,286
11,025
11.077





2,1409

2,141
6;380
6:427
710
712
927
927


379
383

10,289
10,290



3,118
3,102
2,191
2,191
5,104
5,106
1,871
1,927



4,907
,315
19383













1,619
1,619


16.7 <27,a
28,7


1274,457
235,208
3004
:4T7
14,445
3,573
2,157
1,797
3,529
3,:018



1,681



23, 202
19,777


2:66

2,215
1,520
3,1484
3,155
15,057
10,551
2,507
1,917
1,062
1,040
1,863
1,175
3:16
2 T78








591






11,471
9,442
2:41.













1,057


1,O19
,335





1,588
1,293
523

A:151


1939 Total-Roads listed herein.................................. 1939
1938 1938
1938New England Region:193
1939 Boston & Maine.................................................. 1939
1938 1938
1939 New York. New Haven & Hartford ...------.... 1939
1938 1938
Great Lakes Region:1938
1939 Delaware & Hudson.......-........ __.............. .1939
1938 1938
1939 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western.................... 1939
1938 1938
1939 Erie (including Chicago & Erie) .......-........ 1939


Grand Trunk Western..


..........................1939


Lehigh Valley.............................

New York Central a/.....................

New York. Chicago & St. Louis


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


Pere Marquette


1,140
1,306
2,019
1,799

1476~
1,056
979
2,016
1,850
1:950
625
535
902
952





1,0449
1o~o93
8,73o
965
781
917
15
831
683



1844
1,04.14
1,057
5,5"
3,713
8"1
705
382
328
371
317

1353


1,448
1,058
,2m0
,803
2,143


2,027
4g4


2,795
2,369
2 1
214


f61,2e1
144,500


1,114
705
549
509


1,193
531


66,22

4,271
3,158
870
717



750
304
585
291








1:96







260
d 2l8

^7

640
3 72


19:
,0240
923
4,260
3,136

3:28

141

53


1,742
1,316


2,001
1:604

316"1


70.2
72.4




67.2
68.0

73.9



78.9
71.4
78.8



17:1




71.0
7-.
73:;



761:.3

76:9

79:z
75.4
72.4
23:3



69.8

68.2
73.0
5:7



80.1
:8


82.8
894
81:6
87.6
7?:l
71.0
72.9
77.5
85.3
5:.7
68.0


21.3

24-4

20.0

16.9

21.5

9.9

18.2

17.3

20.8

15.2

45.7

10.4

42.7

30.7

2.1

58.5

12.9

41.6

31.1

21.5

19.8

16.6

4.1

6.7

16.8

14.7

16.8

22.9


29.8
29.3
28.4
37.5



27.0
29.6


9:9

24:.
22.6
27.7

32.6
31.7
24.2
23.3
30.8
31.5


26.
29.3
3a:j

30:6


28.8
25.2
17.2
23.3





26.9
25.2




32.14
32.7










27.3
18.3
17.8
;1:6




37 0
28.5
27.3
18.3
17.6


42.4
40.4







31.7
315.
38.7
39.0
40.5
35.9























143.3
341.7
352.



3'4:7'

41:8



37.0
38.5

37.3
40.3


3.2

3 4:




319
;6:g

5:5
39:6


39.5

40o4
39.5
39.4
39:4
41.3
38.5
47.5
45.1
40.
43:38
42.7
40.1


34.5
16:;







36.6
4:9`




;:6



37.1



2:00

38.7






3: 1




39:9




142
6i:1








4?:;











44.1
143.3
36.8
37.7


32.8:







35.1
3N
37.

37.
39:0
31:Z

36.
1:21

B:98


49 1
o50:4
60.3
5:6





60.:'

11:9
52.0
56.3
60.2
55.9

49.2
50.3
N:3





52.4



5O.7
141.7
55:9
149.2








50.2
52.7

62.2
57.8
60.2
61.9
513:4









48.4
52.4



42.5
42.2


48.8
149.5
149.14

53.0
49.:



47:,
N.-

50
52:7


(Money items in thousands of dollars)"


200,385
O1,2"4
1 941
1,958
1
1:;u


83?
837
989
90

2,276
1,030
1,032
1,283
1:,301
11,038
11,078
1,704
1,70C4
2,115
2,115
33
3,
2 410
2,;432
6,:397
6, 37

711
710
927
927


382
393
10,28
10,:304
1,450
1:451
3,
3:101
2,191
2,198
5,105
5,105
1,871
1,927
4,949
4,952
14,911
4:938
4,317
4,318
6,6
6:606
1.619
1;619


$2,628,575
2,306,985


30,356
43,;422
35,159


:063

64,478
54,093
'Z:M

36,905
32,918
218,041
183,483
37,112
31,017
25,032
20,726
16,354
11,935
35,403
31:96o
128,170
105,123
24,374
20,563
10,969
10,155
13,761
9,232
6 2Z1
5: 647
291,042
236,007
46,341
38:,861
102,363
90,194
80,859
65,73Z


9:'5014
11,486
10,882


69,860
61:278
30,583
28,078


12:5,4
11,740


3.5 $3,257,823 $1,012,7141 $167,117
2,903,769 1 892,967! 166,983


13.9

21.2

23.5

23.3

20.4

19.2

22.4

12.1

18.8

19.7

20.8

37.0

10.8

21.9

18.5

8.0

49.1

10.7

23.3

19.2

12.6

23.0

9.8

5.5

7.4

14.0

8.9

13.1

5.7


$ :355
3146:966




6', 359
24,904
23,804


6,048
6,095
,4o

908
897
2,007
1,953
5477
5:007

764

892
410

2 ,163
2;l69
9,816
9,56
4 074
4:146
1,268
1.262


16,346
14,769
64,602
59,549
2,902
2,924
2,768
2,813
1,703
1,743

2: M
1,062
1,109
7,904
8,193

150
Z,600
:,394
7,839
7,875
642
780


3,48974

3,127
925
957
2,229
2:260

3; 1
3,42-
1,071
1,033
1,9381
^1:

14:762
1,435
1,515
2,156
2,199
2,055
2,057
1,972
1.972
6 574
6:685

1,285
1,298
554
554
870
916
1, 077
1,078
24
23:38
2,853
2,876
7 256
7:607
4,643
4,576

1 U

780
785
5,969
5,958
3,974
3,973
1,977
1,872
3'196
,825

1488


$2,399,564
2,230,064
30,285
29,791
56,417
54,815
15,976
14:638
35,184
32,883
51,3Wa

16,8
15,24

0,0951

R 2,680
5,252
26,030
23,800
21,368
19,577
14,392

31,144
29:,694
108,4?3
95,653
22,198
19,751
10,847
10,312
11,010
8,572
1:,701
16,288

278,812
233,587
36,062
32,444
62,997
58,960

42:534
3 4
311:47
12,265
11,952
65,314
60,993
59 ,0
55,:4
33,140
31,103
62,306
58,558
9,448
8,945


$454,326
284,312
6,337

7,223
d 322
513
5,12
2,937
5,499
2,185
2:160

1,089
d 1.128














13,112
J2,689
2,779












340
43o6
2,948
186







d 222
67,707
50,882
10,820
8,917











28,975
18,978
553
24,05o












13,283
172,95
a.lI











2,s68



1,017
18,188
33,233
2t,,739
28.975
19,978


524




211933
13,783
12.954
1,150
10,321
2,683
1,017
2s,1in
11,933
2 04


31.1
30.8


30.1
33:0
9:'

253
25.8
28.7
32.3
:3

24.6
25.6
31.1
30.8



34.1
37.0
45.:
42.5
29.8
30.1
31.2
30.5
27.2
23.4
29.4
28.0
28.2
32.7
25-9
25.0
30.6
27.2

26.2
25.4
28.8
29.5
28.8
30.9
2?:?

33:.
34-3

33.3

3:0


29.0
29.6
:00


42.2
4o.0
37.3
38.3
40.6
39.0
39.7
35.1

R:5
39.5
39.9
40.
38:.
33.8
33.0
41.4
38.6
38.0
36.3
43 :8
473.4


38.7
37.2
42.2
39.1
37-5
31.5
37.8
35.2
41.
4.:4
34.6
32.8
42.9
38.2
3 4
34:4
149.9
14857
52.4
50.5
38.
38.6


41.4
38.9


42.8
42.0
42.0
41.1
34.4
32.8


48.7

5o.1
54.7
53.5
50.1
50.7

51.7
.0


51.8
51.1
51.5
52.8
57.7
57.5
50.1
52.2
51.
52.6
148.0
47.6

42:3
50.6
51.6
47.8
50:4



520
52.0

53.8
53.1
62.4
64.3
49.5
52.9
55-9
58.1

42:?
49-

50.8
50.6
5-:9

50.1
52.:4
46.2
48.2
45.:2
45.6


4:02


* let railway operating Income' Is derived from OBALlway operating Income', modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents' mod 'Joint facility rent".
- Percent Inorease oapu0td mn units of dollars.
Includes Botner& Ar s, lessor to New York Central.
aDeficit or other reverse Item.
(Over)


Subject to revision


6
144
281


2,1
2.i


d 8.5

4 6.0

a 12.7

d 6.0









d 13.6
d 20.9










d 1.0
d 21.2

4 2.5









d 6.19




















a 8.1
d 14.1
d 3.6

d 1.0



d. 2.9

d 6.4

d n1.6



d 3.5

1.7

5.2






39.5

d .1

d 16.3


121
132

2814
278



201
204



99
95
177
179
1,328
1,345
131
99
193
199
187
187
180
179


117
119



78
82
97
98
2,125
2:024

261
260
686
693
426
417


71
72

5"~
361
365
180
170

21
414


66
75
508
5140
357
370
60
76
149
175
4,9

11
65
61
62





753
820

342
101
102


11514



251

214
215

149
149

3141
81
77
674
710
420
438
428
307
6~30
60
79


14,2
3:2
134

1:945





2,088
1,888
3,;433
30,922
27,556
3,988
3,3460
2 on










16,660
12,132
,026
2:430
1 324
1,301

2,1514
1:357
1,8146
1,820
42,915
32,708
2:2W7










12,172
10,058
9,625
8,069
3 6
3,1448
1,265
1,229


7:84
18324
2 1











i"i


2,910
3,014

:760
1,548
1,323



210
:738


2,246
1:


2,099


1,903
1,513
1,290
2,

11,818
9,222
2,140
1,928




1,581
1,o5

29,951
22,416

3,068

6 411
5:661
4;0?5



1 130
1:076
6,082
5,579
5,888
5,251
3,o63
290
64,7
5,607
6 1


1939
1938
1939
1938
Cen,
1939
1938
1939
1938
1939
1938
1939
1938
1939 1
1938
1939 1
1930


Poe
1939
1938


Soul
1939
1938


Illinois Central............................

Louisville & Nashville .....................


Pittsburgh & Lake Erie.................. ................. 1939
1938
Wabash.....-..-. .... .. ... ......- ............. ..-......- ....-- 1
ntral Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio ................... .. 1939
1938
Central of New Jersey .. .......... 1939
1938
Chicago & Eastern Illinois .............. 1939
1939
Elgin. Joliet & Eastern.........--......... 1939
1938
Long Island -...... .....- .... 1939
1938
Pennsylvania ............................................. 1939
193a
Reading .... ................. .... 1939
1938
oahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio ............ 1939
1938
Norfolk & Western-. ... ................................ 1939
uthern Region:1938
Atlantic Coast Line................................... 1939
1938
Central of Georgia .. ................................. 1939
1938


1.4

4.6

7.6

d .8

d 1.6

1.3

2.7

2.7

d 3.9

d 4.3

d 8.3

a_.1

3.1

a 1.7

.5



10.7

8.5



d 1.6

d 2.3

d 6.8

d 4.2

d 3.5

d 4.2

27.4



d17.7


1939
1938
1939
1938


42,261
36,:404






P 6, OX5

39,111
46,4
402,96
24,166
3,378
1 ,615
16,:232
4139
37: Mo

285
1,579
39,111
32,967
27,421
22,973
97,339
12,900
40,449
36:761
146,776
122,h24



13,950









87,668
12,963
16,120
10,572
23,684
21,412




109,15
97:433
84,946
69,561
42 903

14,077
13,530
87,668
82,638
8o,531
71,9e3
39.940
36,114
90,411
81:216
13,870
13,347


Seaboard Air Line................................. ............ 1939
1938
Southern........................................... ................. 1939
1938
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley....................... 1
103


11,290
11:,424
22,904
21,860
6,938
5:836
11,652
10,368
21,321
20,480

6:595

9,525
96,119
83; 32
9,900
8,628
9,350
8,505

5:W
12,063
11,053


1 :72
8,326
6,222
4,102
3:629

6:61

5:31





31,446
28,710
24,481
21,1460
12,846
12,:488
487
4:5o9

27, 008
23,748
26,95
23,:47
14,177
13,058
26,196
24,042
1,252
,933


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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.


NOVEMBER, 1939


FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 1939 AND 1938 FOR ELEVEN MONTHS ENDED WITH NOVEMBER, 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 eating Average Depreci- railway ating
of road Per- Per- All action in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All action in- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded 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) eating ating eating eating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penuses ues penses column nues penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (a) (n) () (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:
8,329 16,027 7.9 85194 10.0 $7,655 *2,371 $417 $5,845 a 1,027 76.4 31.0 140.6 9.0 511 1939 Chicago NorthWestern.... ............. 1939 8,351 W61,620 9.-4 -10,462 2.5 n80,380 (28,826 --4,549 066,308 5,4438 82.5 35.9 43.-5 39.7 148.1
8,397 5,587 76 7,093 2,432 419 5,74 495 81.0 34.3 42.3 39.8 49.2 1938 1938 8,392 56,334 10,206 74,288 28,218 4,:39 65,186 d 325 87.7 38.0 1 43.3 48.2
1,505 1433 2.2 34 4.5 1,5714 34 4 4 1,021 245 64.9 21.9 33.8 35-9 55.14 1939 Chicago Great Western..... ...-........................ 1939 1,505 15,028 6.6 432 d.__6 16,617 4,596 491 11,900 1,506 71.6 27.7 38.6 367 51.2
1.505 1:462 33 1:541 354 45 1:037 210 67.3 23.0 34.1 37.5 55.7 1938 1938 1,505 14,096 434 -- 15,617 4,747 496 12,124 442 77.6 30.4 39.2 39.7 51.1
10,890 7,977 6.3 541 d 4.2 9,424 2,822 485 6,848 1,560 72.7 29.9 41.2 36.2 49.9 1939 Chicago. Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific.. 1939 10,923 81,476 8.2 7,103 1.3 97,989 35,515 5,307 78,892 6,840 80.5 362 45.0 37.6 46.7
10:949 7,501 565 8,855 2,859 483 6,786 996 76.6 32.3 42.1 37.9 49.4 1938 1938 10,955 75,270 7,011 90,831 31,271 5,270 74,005 4,267 81.5 34.4 42.3 39.9 48
1,629 1,350 7.3 105 4.7 1,556 392 48 1,173 203 75.4 25.2 334 43.0 57.1 1939 Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha... 1939 1,629 13,893 7.1 1,297 1.2 16,243 5,212 530 13,680 141 84.2 32.1 38.1 4.0 534
1,629 1,259 100 1,51 1 432 48 1,206 3 83.1 29.8 35.9 46.1 55.5 1938 19389 1:64 12,976 1 ,313 15,338 4,928 538 13,202 d 279 86.1 32.1 37.3 6.5 54.0
8,072 6,981 11.1 260 d 9.1 7,839 1,934 310 4,772 1,883 60.9 24.1 40.5 31.1 51.0 1939 Great Northern ...- -....... .-.........-- ......-- 1939 8,072 14860 17.9 957 4.1 85,652 2 3,387 55,905 18,364 65.3 28.9 1 44.3 30.7 47.0
8,:072 6,285 286 7,:031 1,789 309 4:553 1,681 64.8 25. 39.3 33.3 51.5 1938 1938 8,072 17.9 4,1957 73.1 85,652 20,411 50,3 13,078 68.8 27.9 40. 34.2 9.7
4,285 2,240 22.4 70 14.1 2,1493 727 101 1,847 3 149 74.1 29.1 39.3 39.1 52.8 1939 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Mari.e 1939 4,289 23,096 17.7 1,022 .5 26,153 7,960 1,117 20,053 2,858 76.7 30.4 397 39.8 52.0
4:290 1:831 67 2053 69 102 1,722 47 83.9 32.6 38.8 4.4 53.0 1938 1938 4,296 19,627 1,018 22,50 7,507 1,125 19,268 d 144 85.6 334 390 4.8 52.3
6,720 4,975 12.7 231 d 8.2 5,701 1,682 279 4,083 1,372 71.6 29.5 41.2 34.4 48.1 1939 Northern Pacific.... .... .... ... 1939 6,721 50,520 15.6 3,390 8.5 59,002 20,333 3,095 46,502 8,942 78.8 34.5 43.7 35.9 45.6
6:721 4:415 251 5,087 1,523 282 3,854 910 75.7 29.9 39.5 37.2 49.2 1938 1938 6:721 43,706 3,703 52,240 18,057 3,113 43,557 5,184 83.4 34.6 41.5 39.2 47.0
Central Western Region:
959 1,054 19.8 200 .3 1,462 430 21 1,095 119 714.9 29.4 39.3 7.1 50.0 1939 Alton...- ...-.......-..-................. ........ ..... 1939 959 10,780 9.1 2,286 .4 15,185 4,220 236 11,496 729 75. 27.8 36.7 39-5 52.2
957 199 1 3 41 9 971 75 7.7 26.6 35 14.6 53.6 1938 1938 9,83 2,276 14,105 3,956 282 11,080 121 78. 28.0 35.7 41.7 53-1
13 116i a/ ..............93, 114,241 2e.7 16,461 83 1465531 o0,,6 114 6" 1 ,370 79.5
13,446 11u,167 2.3 1,289 8.0 13,713 5,08 989 10,615 1,875 77.4 37-1 47.9 34.3 44.3 1939 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe a/ 1939 13,457 117,241 2.7 16,761 8.3 146,551 53,394 10,846 114,764 17,370 78.3 36.4 46.5 35.7 45.6
13,500 11,426 1,194 13,77 4,704 991 10247 2:244 74.4 34.2 45.9 34.5 46.4 1938 1938 13,506 114,192 15,470 141,40:3 48.696 10,970 110,386 16,300 78.1 34.4 44.1 37.3 47.8
9,019 7,112 2.5 722 .5 2,489 434 6,009 1,587 69.1 28.6 41.4 34. .3 9.6 1939 Chicago. Burlington & Quincy. ............. 9 8,969 10,609 4.3 8,,410 .7 88,066 28,286 1 4,773 65,508 10,531 74.4 32.1 43.2 356 47.8
8,91149 6:936 691 2:174 432 5,520 1:667 65.4 25.8 39.4 33.7 51.6 1938 91938 8,966 67:684 8,353 84,881 25,033 4,73 61,639 10,757 72.6 29.5 .6 36.2 49.8
7,858 5,284 1.0 596 4.2 6,470 2,169 342 5,167 564 79.9 33.5 42.0 38.0 47.6 1939 Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific /........... 1939 7,870 58,972 1.8 6,925 1.5 72,215 24,794 3,758 58,022 4,862 80.3 34.3 42.7 37.8 47.1
7,982 5:336 572 6:478 2,199 343 5:265 461 81.3 34.0 41.8 38.7 47.6 1938 1938 804 57,902 7,030 71,487 24,457 3,829 59,794 1,934 83.6 34.2 40.9 40.4 48.3
2,2 2,249 1.6 4 7.0 2,433 4 103 1,753 416 2.0 30.7 42.6 34.4 47.8 1939 Denver & Rio Grande Western.................. 1939 2,57 20,3 7.6 1,413 6.1 22,941 8,8 1,111 18,707 1,329 81.5 38.5 47.2 35.9 44.0
2,39 34.3 1938 1,3327d 1329 -1-7-3
2,2132,388 101 1,597 487 6.9 26.5 39.7 34.4 51.5 1938 1938 2,57 18,9 1,332 21,342 8,5 1,098 18,163 73JQ 85.1 39.9 46.9 37.5 44.0
8655 12,369 9.4 1,1488 .1 14,996 3,918 518 10,932 2,187 72.9 26.1 35.8 38.0 52.2 1939 Southern Pacific Company o/......................... 1939 8,657 124,855 11.2 20,807 4.1 159,456 42,3 5,852 116,538 21,292 73.1 26 2 51.9
8,695 11,305 1,487 13,855 3,755 552 10,499 1,579 75.8 27.1 35.8 40.4 53.3 1938 1938 8,711 112,247 19,989 1145,029 41,o 6,102 114,1466 9,431 78.9 8 32 1.6 52.7
9,9o00 12,323 d.9 1,050 1.8 14,478 3,518 642 9,327 2,776 64.4 24.3 3.7 32.8 50.9 1939 Union Paoiftc-........-..... ........... ..... 1939 9,901 121,828 11.5 16,179 7.0 150,740 46,095 683 33-66 6.
9,0 01423,26 0 a94 Z,12168 7
9,903 ,33 1,031 14533 3296 606 8,947 3,206 61.6 e2. 3.8 1.7 51.5 1938 Southwestern Region: 1938 9908 109,247 15,117 136,262 39,11 6,7 9:67 17 1 70.9 8.7 4.5 33.6 47.
198'9o.o4, 5,1 36e2 3111 6 ,83 O972 7o 70.9 87 4. 33.6 147.1
3,294 193 2.9 156 3.6 2 785 101 18 4 3- 4.5 95 47 1939 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines.......... .... 1939 3,294 21,570 23 1893 3.5 25,99 8,152 1144 607 0 79. 14 396 37.8 47.6
3,94 198 29 16 4j ,2 8 0 3.14 197. ,,,,,. 852 260'
3,294 1,883 162 2,269 700 111 1,8 3 81.4 0 37.9 .2 49. 1938 1938 3,294 21,092 1,963 25,590 7,820 1,218 20,588 746 30.6 38.0 49.2
3:2948 1:8 1970 il 19 Z92:56 723
7,150 6,513 6.8 394 1.2 7,526 2,643 311 5,808 832 77.2 35-.1 145.5 35.4 45.8 1939 Missouri Pacific........................... 1939 7,160 64,911 3.-1 4,500 2.6 76,063 27,051 4,007 60,152 6,215 79.1 356 45.0 36.5 46.1
7,173 6,101 389 7,050 2,421 34 5,450 77 77.3 34.3 44.4 36.2 4.8 1938 1938 7:174 62,989 ,2 74,059 25,853 4,010 59,331 4,898 80.1 34.9 43.6 37.8 47.2
1,936 2,078 5.4 159 4.7 2,420 783 101 1,674 453 69.2 32.3 46.7 29.3 142.3 193 Texas & Pacific.............................................. 1939 1,96 20,109 1.5 2,018 8.6 24,153 501 1,103 1.239 3,986 71.4 311 43.5 31.8 4.6
1,936 1,970 167 2,320 665 100 1:559 481 67.2 28.7 42.6 30.6 45.6 1938 1938 1:937 19:816 2:209 24:075 6:728 1,097 16700 4,296 69.4 27.9 14.3 32.8 47.2
4,820 3,461 13.2 221 12.3 4,012 1,513 254 3293 526 82.1377 46.0 36.7 44.7 199 St. Louis-San Francisco .- -... 1939 4,829 35,459 6.9 2,908 3.0 41,882 16,340 2,807 35,256 3,352 84.2 39.0 46.3 37.4 44.4
4,843 3,058 252 3,616 1,516 256 3,24 162 8.8 41.9 46.7 39.2 43.7 1938 1938 4,881 33157 2,997 39,516 16,247 2,861 35,153 788 89.0 41.1 46.2 39.8 44.7
267 124 6.8 129 69 107 8 8 82.8 30.0 36.2 41.0 4.5 1939 St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas ................1939 26 1,379 5.3 6 22.3 1,452 436 1 1,178 981.2 0 30 0.1
266 133 138 4 108 78.4 29.5 37.7 38.4 4 1930193938 26 1:55 7 1,526 436 1 1,209 79.2 .3 50.8
1,60 1,741 16.8 30 24.2 1,849 67 52 1,383 252 74.8 36.7 49.0 29.1 38.9 199 St. Louis Southwestern Lines.................. ..1,694 16,855 6.2 296 8.6 17,927 6,8714 568 14,289 991 79.7 38.3 48.1 31.6 396
1,701 1,490 24 1,580 457 52 1,30 219 71.5 28.9 40.4 32.8 45.9 1938 1938 1706 15868 23 16,842 4,832 569 12,i 1,301 73.9 28.7 38.8 35.0 4.3
31,97o133 59 1244 1 73.9 25.
3,897o1,1146 118 2,109 650 6 21146312,4184 1 1 2,471.1 0 142.2e 33.7 ;
4,416 3,342 6.7 253 2.8 3,897 1,16 11 209 650 6.5 29.4 42.3 31.9 45.9 1939 Texas & New Orleans............................. ... 4.2 .8 12418 2
4,416 3,133 243:631 1:111 112 2: 506 740 30.6 4. 346 6.7 1938 4418 :55 3,079_____18 23 1:43 994 26 7.5 2 41.5 36. 4.2
U.S GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1940-0-156955
;M "et railway operating income" Is derived from 'Railway operating Income", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rents' and 'Joint facility rent'.
** Percent Increase computed on units of dollars.
a/ Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
B/ Includes Chicago, Rook Island and Gulf.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
SDeficit or other reverse Items.
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