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DECEMBER, 1939


U.S. DEP OTOiRY 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 DECEMBER, 1939 AND 1938 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER,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- A ation in- oper- ratio Reion road and year miles Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio
oferoatd Per- Pout er- otl All atonin e- atoRegion. road, and year o od Aon et ut cn oa Ain ts- cudedTotaoatigr(pr-tiopr Op- Oe- Oe-
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of rd Amount cent Amount cent Total nainte- eluded Totnal ating (per- Oper- per- per- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) eating ating ating eating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) ating ating ating atng
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penises ues peses
(a) (b) () (d) (e) ) ( (g) ) ( (i) ) () (k) () (m) (n) (o) p)(q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (xI) (y) (z) (aa) (bb) (cc) (dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)** (Money items in thousands of dollars)
Northwestern Region:
8,327 4,99 2.2 $,01. a 1.6 6,87o $6 2,572 4l6 5,967 $285 16 37.4 43.1 42.6 49.0 1939 Chicago & NorthWestern........ 1939 8,34 866 3 9 88 11,493 2.1 87,2 31.98 4,966 72275 5.72 88 360 3. 2
28 1149? 6111,25 06 1 7. 3
8,383 83 6768 2,14 5,861 199 861 35.7 41.2 43.7 50.5 1931931938 8,39 11,255 81,056 30,631 5,052 71,046 d 126 87.7 37.8 43.1 42.5 48.4
1,503 1,344 d .8 499 10.6 1,511 343 1 005 274 66.5 22.7 34.1 36.4 51.7 1939 Chicago Great Western................................ 1939 1,505 16,372 6.0 1481 1.7 18,128 4,939 561 12,906 1,780 71.2 27.2 38.3 36.7 51.5
1,505 1,3514 55 1.525 412 44o 1:118 152 73.3 27.0 36.8 39.5 53.8 1938 1938 1,505 15,450 489 17,142 5,159 536 13,242 593 77.2 30.1 39.0 39.7 51.3
10,0 1:6 2.8 790 .5 8,6886 296 486 6,6620 1,0280 77.5 2 3839 515 1939 Chicago. Milwaukee. St. Paul & Pacific.. 1939 10,920 82,2622 7.8 7,894 1.2 106,875 38:110 5,793 85,12 8,124 80:0 3
1,9 7 51.2 938 193 10954 2,219 7798 99437 33,956 5,753 0,73 5,275 11 9.1
1,629 1,172 13 79 71 47 1,150 173 76.2 24.6 32.3 41 4.1 57.8 1939 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha -. 1939 1.629 1.16 7.0 1,444 d. 17,752 5.583 578 14,830 314 83.5 31.5 37.6 44.9 5.8
1 383 148 1,176 354 83.1 27.1 32.6 48.8 58.7 1938 1938 1,6141 1,148 1,449 16,752 5,311 586 14,377 d 24i5 85.8 31.7 36.9 46.7 54.4
8,070 5,1141 1.4 394 s.8 6,132 1,926 300 4,557 1,221 74.3 31. 42.3 36.14 49.0 1939 Grat Northern 1939 8,072 80,002 16.7 4,351 4.3 91,783 26,691 3,687 60,43 19,585 65.9 29.1 414.1 31.1 147.1
,072 5,69 1 : 1 4 4 6 4i 6 ,03 1 5 309 4 -213 1 ,:401 5-4 5 5 8 1 :0 1939 Great Northern ................................................... 1939 a 7 0 0 21 :41 d 4 39 ,8 6 6 13 ,6876o 4 3l ZS65 9 2
8,072 5,069 418 6,063 1,45 309 4213 1,01 69.5 24.7 35.5 38.1 54.8 1938 1938 8,072 68,544 4,544 79,216 21,910 3,720 54,517 14,479 68.8 27.7 140.2 314.5 50.1
4,285 1,751 12.6 814 17.3 2,010 776 102 1.850 31 92.0 38.6 41.9 46.1 50.1 1939 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie- 1939 4,289 24,848 17.3 1,106 1.2 28,163 8,736 1,218 21,903 2,827 77.8 31.0 39.9 40.3 51.8
14,290 1,556 102 1,821 604 101 1,646 90.4 33.2 36.7 49.7 55.0 1938 1938 14,296 21,183 1,119 24,328 8,112 1,227 20,914 a 225 86.0 33.3 38.8 45.2 52.5
6,720 3,996 2.4 365 3.5 4,881 960 279 3.177 1,537 65.1 19.7 30.2 37.7 58.0 1939 Northern Pacific.............. ......... 1939 6,721 54516 14.5 3755 63,882 21,293 3,374 4,680 10479 77.8 33.3 42.9 36.1 46.4
6,721 3,903 353 14781 1,218 282 3,500 1,114 73.2 25.5 34.8 38.8 52.9 1938 1938 6,721 47,608 4,056 57,022 19,275 3,395 47,057 6,297 82.5 33.8 41.0 39.2 47.5
S 13.1 249 .8 1,438 395 21 1,062 192 7.8 27.5 37.2 7.9 1939 Central Western Region: 1662
959 9313.1 ,1.638 39 51.14o----A--ton----1939 95911,739 9.14 2,535 .5 16 6246125 12558 921 278 368 521
959 847 247 1,299 331 21 994 192 76.6 25.5 33.2 41.9 5.7 1938 1938 957 10,730 2,523 15,40 4,28 304 12074 313 78.4 278 35.5 1.7
13,44 10,289 3.14 1,517 6.4 13,489 4,916 988 10,570 1,8o01 78.4 36.4 46.5 36.3 46.3 1939 Atchison. Topeka & Sante Fe a/ 1939 13,456 127,531 2.7 18278 8.2 6,4 58,310 11,833 125,335 19,171 78.3 36.4 46.5 35.8 45.7
13,52 9,947 1,427 12,920 54,4o 991 10,026 1,726 77.6 35.1 "5. 36. 5 47.0 1938 Ahio Tpe1938 13,502 124,140 16,897 154,323 53,236 11,961 120,412 18,026 78.0 34.5 44.2 37.2 47.7
9,018 6,245 a 3.2 758 3 8,066 1,940 433 5,378 1,739 66.7 24.1 36.1 36.3 54.4 1939 Chicago. Burlington & Quincy .............---. 1939 8,973 76,854 3.7 9,168 .3 96,132 30,227 5206 70,886 12,270 73.7 314 42.6 35.6 48.3
8,94k8 6:45171 8,190 2,031 B- : I 9 6.73.8913 7.6,651t .7 9,168 96,132 30,227 5,206 10:886 12:270 3. .
8,948 6,451 788 8,190 2,031 431 5,448 1,650 66.5 24.8 37.3 35.4 53.2 1938 1938 8,965 74,135 9,1141 93,070 27,064 5,104 67,087 12,407 72.1 29.1 40.3 36.1 50.1
7 8 ,39 76 3.8 6-,253 6-,957 31.1 4,9519 597. 1.
7,8 4839 76 6,253 1,97 31 4,988 597 79.8 31.31 39.2 39.2 49.1 1939 Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific/....... 1939 7,869 63,811 1.6 7,690 d 1.0 78,468 26,51 4,099 6,009 5,59 14
8 4,912 7 6,291 1.978 342 5,073 579 .6 31.4 39.0 .8 50.6 1938 1938 8,038 62,81 7,767 77,778 26,5 4,171 867 2:513 8.:4 34.1 1 4. :. 4.
2,552 1,904 2.9 106 1.5 2,125 64 1 1,556 338 73.2 30.3 41.4 35.7 8.-7 1939 Denver & Rio Grands Western- ----- .. 1939 2,556 22,238 7.2 1,519 5.8 25,07 9,77 1,21 20,263 1,666 80.8 37.8 46.8 35.8 .
2563 18 1 2062 65 1,580 244 76.6 30.7 40.1 38.4 50.2 1938 1938 2,567 20,750 1,437 23,44 9.150 1,200 19,742 171 84.4 391 46.3 376 44.5
8,648 1 1,46 13.9 1,713 d 8.0 1234,545 3,599 529 10,746 1,963 73.9 24.7 33-58 19.8 53.9 1939 Southern Pacific Company /................. 1939 8,656 136,261 11.5 22,520 3.1 174,001 45,918 6,31 127,284 23,255 73.2 26.4 36.1 38.1 52.1
8,657 10,015 1,862 13,235 3,1431 58 10,146 1,529 76.7 25.9 33.8 41.4 54.0 1938 1938 8,706 122,259 21,851 158,264 44,632 6,640 124,612 10,960 78.7 28.2 35.8 41.5 52.8
9,898 10,663 A 4.7 1,52 .2 13,514 2,6147 637 8,137 3,165 60.2 19.6 2.5 314.o 6.4 1939 Union Pacific.............................................. 1939 9,901 132,492 10.0 117,631 6.4 164,253 48,742 7,470 17,859 20,233 71.8 29.7 41.4 33.6 46.9
9,903 11,188 1,449 13,951 3,651 727 9.105 2,646 65.3 26.2 40.1 32.1 49.1 1938 1938 9,907 120,1435 6,565 150,213 42,768 7,428 105,731 19,867 70.4 28.5 40.4 33.5 47.6
30 3-3 1 Southwestern Region:
',0 0 ,18 101111. 114 i: 7 27:. 3:0 .0:0 50.8 1939 M79.2 31.a-Txa Lne ....9............
32 1706 3 206 18 2,178 599 101 1,714 14 78.7 27.5 35.0 40.0 50.8 1939 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines... ........... 1939 3,294 23,276 1.8 2,099 28,171 8,751 1,245 22,21 1,284 79.2 31.1 39.2 37.9 47.9
3,294 1,782 210 2,267 649 111 1,816 120 80.1 28. 35.7 40.7 50.8 1938 1938 3,294 22,874 2,172 27,858 8469 1330 22 866 80.14 30.4 37.8 39.6 493
71. 549 477 102 d 4 6,997 2,277 314 5 37 91 76 32:5 42.14 373 48. 1939 Missouri Pacific......................... 1939 71570,860 3.2 14,902 83,059 29328 4381 65,526 796 78.9 33 365
7,173 5,683 44 6,690 2,28 34 5,291 9581 79.17" 3.53.2 41.9 38.838. 49. 1938 1938 7:17 68,672 5,026 b ^ 80,749 28,071 4:374 62.22 5,4797 80.0 34.8 4.4 37.5 4.3
1,936 1,842 229 2.4 2301 824 101 1,34 7 753 35.8 47.5 310 411 1939 Texas & Pacific ..-- ...............-----.....-.... 1939 1,936 21.950 1.2 2247 7.6 26,454 8,325 1,204 18972 4,365 71.7 31.5 43.9 31.7 44.3
1,96 1,866 223 2,307 699 100 1,655 476 71 30.3 42.2 32.3 4.o 1938 1938 1,937 21,682 2,1432 26.382 7,427 1,197 18,355 14:771 69.6 28.2 43.5 32.7 47.
4,0 3,128 10.3 307 d a. .9 3,803 1,336 2514 3,1o4 535 81.6 35.1 43.0 8.6 47.3 1939 St. Louis-San Francisco ....................... .. 1939 4,828 38,586 7.2 3216 2.9 45,685 17,676 3,O6o 38,360 3,887 84.0 38.7 46.1 37.5 .6
,3 ,85 1 351 1255 25 298 5 .o9 5 .70 3o5 7. 47 1938 a72 3 1 3,: 67 73.
4,843 2,835 313 ,512 1,254 256 2,983 40585.0 35.7 42.0 4.5 1938198938 14,878 35,992 3,311 43,027 17.501 3,117 38,136 1,193 88.6 4.7 45.9 39.8 44.9
0 33 3.1 d 38.9i I- 1o7 4:13. 37 8213 oi, nFrnio .s.........13 7
13 31 38 138 3 110 & 1 79.4 28.2 35.5 40o.2 50.7 1939 St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas -- 1939 264 1,512 4.6 6 d 23.4 1,590 475 1 1,288 19 81.0 29.9 36.9 40.1 49.5
129 1 135 34 94 70.0 25.1 35.9 33.7 48.2 1938 1938 266 1,5804 8 1,661 1470 1 1,303 a 9 78.5 28.3 36. 39.7 50.6
4-690 1,569 1.4 35 10.5 1,683 581 58 1,309 151 77.8 314.5 1.41 33.4 43.0 1939 St. Louis Southwestern Lines .... 1939 1,693 18,424 5.8 331 8.7 19,610 7,454 626 15598 1,1143 79.5 38.0 147.8 1.7 39.9
1,701 1,547 31 1,650o 4 52 1,121 3 9 7.9 26. 19.39 :71,693 142 5 5.9 31 .7 i.6o7.,462 5, 113 79.-5138,.
1,701 1,547 31 1,650 44 52 1,121 319 67.9 26.6 39.2 31.7 46.7 1938 1938 ,7o6 17,1415 3014 18,492 5,272 621 13.5614 2,020 73.4 28.5 38.9 314.7 47.3
,416 3,148 14.3 344 9-3 3,875 1,110 119 2 628 71.0 28.6 40.4 33.7 47.4 1939 Texas & New Orleans............. ........... 1939 4,46 36,5 .2 3 8 1.6 143,572 13,528 1,438 32,157 5,173 73.8 31.0 42.1 33.7 45.7
,6 3,o020 3515 53,638 1,208 110 286 511| 73.8 33.2 145.0 32.2 143.6 1938 1938 14,1417 34,975 3,3914 41,807 13, 631 1,543 32,635 3,337 78.1 32.6 41.8 35.9 4.
U.S, GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 194-0.1I6955
"le e railway operating income" Is derived from 'Railway operating inoome', modified by debits and credits arisingfrom 'Equipment rented" and Joint facility rent".
SPercent increase computed on unit, of dollars.
Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Include: Chicago, Rook Island eand Gulf.
SInclude, returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
SDeficit or other reverse items.
(Over)


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION







Subject to revision INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS DECEMBER.1939



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

FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1939 AND 1938 FOR TWELVE MONTHS ENDED WITH DECEMBER1939 AND 1938
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
-expenses expense wxpene expense
Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of Freight Passenger Net Oper- percent of percent of
Miles Depreci- railwayating Average Depreci- railway at9n
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 ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded Total ating (per- Oper- Opor-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income- cent) ating ating acting ating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent ating ating ating ating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease coding reveie- ree x
column nues penises nues ponses column nue senses nues penises
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (:) (J) (k) (1 m) (n) (o) (p) [ (q) (r) (s) (t)(u) (v)W)(X)(y) (Z(aa)(bb)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)"* (Money items in thousands of dollars)**
20o 099 245,4177 10.1 $35.804 d 309.828 0 91,256 15,o405 $224,2o6 5,670 72.4 29.5 40.7 36.6 50.6 1939 Total-Roads listed herein................................... 1939 200,38 2,8749L9 13.6 394,36l 3.1 $3,567,646 1,103,967 182,180 $2,623,769 1509,829 73.5 30.9 42.1
2ON642 222,961 3,991 2a5,663 82,101 1,957 2,200 4,o50 73.P .288 39.3 37.7 51.5 1938 1e u R 1939 201;179 2,529 9, 382,553 3,189,435 975o105 191,941 2,439, 261 ,35 76.5 o.6 4.0 3..6 50.5
200:6 135:99.192:1 1.95 050 73-P 299 39 3Now England Region:;13859 7. 30
1,910 2,838 11.0 651 ad 4.9 4080 ,o, l ,121 2:,49 88 69.8 25.5 36.5 59Z 56.9 1939 Boston & Maine.................... ............................ 1 1,93394 20.2 7,M09 .8 46,341 12,3 1. 12 -33 134 6 ,95 71.5 26. 32 9
l;955 2.557 68 3.789 1,135 131 2,964 341 78.2 30.0 38.3 54.5 1938 1939 1,937 27;6 2 7,o1o 4o 93 12,50 1o05 32:755 31S 37.
1,879 3,651 2 ,5257 .936 1,869 2832 4983 839 71.8 27.0 37.5 37.6 52.4 1938 rt aY o a 1938 1,94638,810 26,33 0 73,o80 23,729 23,10 593795:
846 1,942 5.8 77 fd 1.6 2,110 665 83 1,610 g96 16:j :.3 1 3.5 1 38.7 o.50 1939 Delaware & Hudson-......-.--.-..........-........-- ..-- 1939 84o 23,232 21.6 1,61 6.0 23 1,0080 17,587 5 519 69.1 2. 39 3. 51.6
831 1,7 89 2,004 4a 8 1,325 95 6. 13 33 57.9 193 193 831 15:563 l 15,963 3,533 75.3 2. 3
9 3,273 12.7 601! a +ii 4,36o 1,060 200 3,351 540 76.s 24.3 31.6 46.2 60.1 1939 Delaware. Lackawanna & Western._...... 1939 990, 38,36 19.7 6,7649 -da 1.2 5,454 12,711 2,42 38535 6,029 76".4 ?'5 33.0 45 .59"1
98 2,190 636 4,024 914 204 3.39 324 78.0 22. 29.1 49.o 62.8 1938 198 96 32: 6:731 -18 11:283 2:46 36023 25101 .
2,283 6,128 16.1 426 d 4.1 7,052 2,16o 298 86 761 76.4 30.6 40.1 3:92 51. 1939 Erie (including Chicago & Erie)_-....-...-..-..- 1939 2,289 70,606 18.9 4,78 -d 1.8 81,217 23,481 3 650 59 ?73 11 464 73.1 28 9.
2,290 5,279 444 6,131 1,821 307 59 546 77.6 29.7 38.3 9 52:4 1939 2,277 59,371 4:87 69,509 22,301 3:728 56,;o3 3:214 80.7 32.1 39.8
1,029 1,923 73 90 7. + 2: 7 7 53 9969 1481 520 67.7 25.3 37.3 37" 55.8 1939 Grand Trunk Western.--..--.... .........- .................-.1939 1030 19,218 20.7 999 *5 272 7,148 1,170, 17,7258 1,609 8. 32.
1032 1,792 9 2 9 9 1,4961 339 73-3 ,333 .3 04 1938 1938 1 032 15,917 994 19:272 1:392 1:129 17 d 789 91. 34 5.
1,282 3,523 .3 20 10 3,96 779 181 2698 81 68.0 19.6 28.9 42.4 62.4 1939 Lehigh Valley..........................-.-....-...------.. 1939 1,283 40,428 11.0 2,216 1.3 45,359 10,956 219 32,792 7,149 72.5 24..1
I.267 3,512 234 3,97 835 179 2,693 821 67.8 21.0 31.0 40.8 60.2 9 18938 1299 36,430 2,187 41,230 10,359 2162 31514 3:906 76.4 25.1 32.9 57.7
,025o77 22,089 14.5 ,936o7 31,802,O 10,491 1,372 24,204 4,614 76.1 33.0 43.3 37.3 49. 1939 Neow York Central a/.............._..---.---------- 1939 11 20037 e 224131 1. 4 6o,413 1.8 341,0o87 16,8l0o 1,927 256,884237,303 75 o51"3
11,077 19,299 2,307 29,102 ,9 1,344 2:5 :0 76.5 3 .3 42 37.8 4. 1938 138 108 2272 60,314 298,681 92,530 1;io 27 502 ,5582 79:5 31:6 3: 13 5:
1,705 3.865 20-3 7 _3 d 9.9 4,065 973 136 2,522 984 62.2 2 3.2 38.5 32.5 52j3 1939 New York. Chicago & St. Louis--..-.........--- 1939 1 704 40,977 19.7 841 d 4.4 4-175, 109,872 1,570 28,56o 5,437 66.1 22 35. 1 37.4 5
1,702 3,212 S66 3,415 779 99 2,226 752 65.2 22. 34.8 34.9 53-6 1938 1938 1,7o4 34,230 880 ---39:3"91 9:402 l;21l4 26:o26 5:059 71.5 25.8 6. 3772:
1,i15 2,58 14.9 d 11.1 2.811 939 191 2,13.1 44 751. 3J:4 44:Z 36-g 49.3 1939 Pere Marquette..-......----.. ...... ...... 1939 2115 27,622 20.2 6 d 5.2 30 3 1029 2347 2 3352 77 3480
2, 9 341 77.3 3.8 38. 49. 1938 1938 2 115 22,979 988 --25,45 9:316 2:397 2147 857: 6.6 $|:4 8 3768
233 1,79g 52.4 51 3-9 1,912 722 187 1,3g91 515 72.7 ;7.7 51.9 3q:.6 40.7 1939 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie..-.-------------_--- ---- 1939 233 18,147 38.4 481 d 7.2 19251 8,591 2,242 15,772 $.07 81.9 44.6,45 308 3.
3 1,17 59 1,279 665 187 1,38 77 9:.7 2.0 53. 5 37.7 1938 1938 233 13,111 518 -- 11Z 79 6,151 2:244 12,900 1,803 90.3 4337.
2 409 3,6;2 14.4 26 3 4.9 4,24 1,160 180 ,3101 646 7.6 g. 5 37.4 4o7 55.3 1939 Pabash- &L-k--r----------------------------------------..... 1939 2----.--2,409 39,035 11.1 2,426 .4 44,663 13,24 2,151 34,2,559 76.7 29.165 30.1 5
2410 3,176 ,25 3,707 99 179 1 2,760 445 7.5 7 .7 ;58 O 40.o 53-. 1938CentralsEastern.Region: 1938 2,430 35,135 2,416 4o 472 12042 2:150 32A 297 90.2 29.i
632 12,285 19.2 1,000 14,254 5,205 o97 11,468 1,475 80.5 37.2 46 6.4 45.2 1939 Baltimore & Ohio.............................. .. 939 6,396 14o,456 21.7 10o,86 2.8 161,030 o 1,oo 7,171 119,901 25.525 74.5 31.7 2.6 35.4 47.5
6,45 10,3o3 1,ooo 12,o98 3,653 9,331 1:740 77.1 30.2 39 8.9 5o.14 1938 1938 6,435 115.426 10,561 134,722 ,o49 7 286 10984 1:852 77.9 30.5 39.1 39-3 52:9
710 2,458 17.9 347 d 4.2 3,010 842 117 2,166 214 72.0 28.0 38.9 39:7 55.2 1939 Central of New Jersey-.................................... 1939 711 26,832 18.5 4,421 d 1.9 33,547 9,168 1,403 240364 1.943 72.6 237.6 4.45
712 2,o85 362 2,632 686 115 1,969 __ 8 74.8 26. s 3. 58.5 1938 1938 710 22,647 4,5 -22 6:908 17:13 21,2 259 74.3 23.6 31.8 449 6o:5
925 1,031 3.1 18 7.6 1,386 362 50 992 191 71.6 26.1 36.4 39.0 54.Z 1939 Chicago & Eastern Illinois-..-...-.-..-........-.....- 1939 92 12,000 7.6 1,426 1.2 15336 4,464 604 11 840 1,022 77.2 29. 1
927 1,000 147 1,328 318 50 930 200 70.0 24o0 34.2 39"5 56. 1938 1938 9p2 11:155 1:409 1N:289 3:947 604 11:242 667 78.7 27:6 37.1 41:2 52:4
390 1,752 32.3 2,02 44o 78 1,226 452 6o.4 21.7 35 3 6.33 60.11 1939 Elgin, Joliet & Easterno---...-..-..----------.......--- 1939 490 15,513 47.0 is,148 4,9S2 94 12,236 3.15 67.4 27.7
390 1,324 1,507 355 82 951 3Z7 63.1 23.6 37.4 36.3 57.5 1936 1938 431 10,55b 12:079 3:817 998 9:523 1:161 78.8 31-6 401422 55
379 564 4.4 1216 1 3.6 1,871 439 97 1,470 78.4 23.4 29.9 52.6 67.0 1939 Long Island ................. ......... ................. 1939 382 6,814 10.1 11,562 9.6 25,558 6,572 1,174 19,170 258 75.0 25.7 34. 47.0 62.7
383 540 1,261 1,89 496 98 1,555 82.0 26.2 31.9 53.6 65.4 1938 1938 392 6187 16,o030 23,308 5,843 1,177 17,843 d 21_ 76.6 25.: 32. 4
10,27 29,9^1 28.7 6 505 4.1 40 o64 11 937 2,01L8 29 099 9 Z04 701 29.9 42.5 35.6 50.7 1939 Pennsylvania -.-.--....-.--.. ---.. -------.- 1939 10,287 320,96o 23.8 J110 8o .1 42o0.931 131,459 26,466 306.901 77,304 71.2 30.5 4.8 3.3 4.
10,286 23,251 6,248 32,770 9,176 1,922 23,460 6,451 71.6 278.o 39"139. 1 53.2 1938 1938 10,303 259,25 .8 65,796 30:34 98:309 25:303 257,0047 57,333 71.3 27.1 38. 37.8 52.9
145o 4,658 12.3 01 d 7.1 21 1,219, 261 01 1,1i11 6s.1 25.2 37.2 M 56.6 1939 R eading ..................RI ......................--............-.19n9 1,450 50,999 18.6 3,204 d 1.4 6,745 14,7 3,114 39,613 011,931 69.s 26.1 37 -3 9.0 5
4,117It9o767.89 22-f1 33 4 296 8921 451 43,601089 3O24a
1,450 4,1N7 324 4Z,6'74' 1,662 260 3,14 118 6.R2. 34 4. 59.5 1939 Pocahnta Region:9g 13* 3^ ---rlmo 12,209 3:13 35:618 1^104 73-5 25.; 33 427 5:
3,11o S 907. 6. 2 .94 4 .1 951 2 964 692 56 3' 121 61:3 031.0 o.6 24.s 4o.6 1939 Chesapeake & Ohio................................- ............1939 3113 111,270 12.1 3062 _d 1.1 10a1722 34,41o0 ,248 668,60 36,35 5.0 2.0 3 2. 9
3,110 8,342 282 8,943 2,734 690 5,4A 2,244 61.3 30.6 49.8 25.3 41.2 1938 1938 3:103 99,290 3:095 --- 106:376 31:444 8:297 64:446 28,983 o0.6 29:6 4:8 2.o4:
2,191 7,619 7-3 2oo *4 s,1691 2222 42a 44,39 2,6s4 54. P7.2 U0.1 22.6 41.6 1939 Norfolk & Western........................................ 1939 2,191 88.550 21.5 1.904 2 2.0 931.5 326,7O9,0719118 31,659 54.9 a.7.9
2,191 7,165 200 7,602 1,747 416 3,837 2,744 50.5 23.0 0 5.5 22.8 45.2 1938 Southern Region: 1938 2:198 72,999 1,942 -- o7.:163 23, 99 O .1, 50:0 24:9 1:3
5,104 316 8.9 57 5.4 4,197 1,214 174 3327 407 79.3 P8.9 36.5 41.4 52.2 1939 AtlastilcCoast Line...................................... 1939 5,105 35,567 9.7 6,506 d 5.9 47,099 14,059 2,071 36,672 3,782 77.9 29 .!
5,10o 2.906 510 3,982 1,186 177 3,145 350 79.0 29.8 37.7 39.9 50.6 1938 1938 5,106 32,10 6:916 441:64 13:673 2:093 35:492 2:391 80.4 31.oi38:" 4..7 0:
1 871 1,22 6.2 1O 13-0 1261 390 7 1} 1,o 0 $7.7 29.6 3g.7 49 55.7 1939 Central of Georgia ..................................... 1939 1,871 12,508 5.6 1.179 d 2.8 15,364 ,2O8 851 13,39 555 87.2 33.9 38-
11871 1" 03 I20 395 71 1,077 43 87.2 32.0 36.7 450 51.6 1938 1938 1,917 1184122 -- 4?5 4901 8 56 a36924 8. 33-:2 3. 4:7 5:
4 '9 49 '17l 5.4 o 9 1'691 2127 5 520 5'969 17943 69:7 2 7 3?.-8 35.2 51.4 1939 Illinois Central.-.............. ...................... ........... 19399 4,949 8,16 73 808 d 3.2 96359 2 8 64 1,28 ,717 740 30
4,949 6,752 904 6,299 2,116 544 5,792 1,759 69.8 25.5 36.5 38.0 54.4 193a 1938 4,951 74,769 9:0897 90:937 25865 6:502 66.785 14712 73.4 28.; 87 386 5:
4 $71 6,632 4.s 646 8.9 7917 2,761 341 5,933 1,340 7Z.9 ,35.3 46:5 34:9 460 1939 Louisville & Nashville..------------- -1939 4,907 16,492 13.1 6,o13 3.0 88,34a 2.696 4,335 64,990 15,849 73.6 330 45.7 33.9 +6.1
4,925 6,328 594 7,472 2,490 358 5,539 1,298 7-1. 33.3 44.9 34.7 6.8a 1938 193 4,937 67,606 6,99 79,395 6237 4:330 61o009 11,623 76.8 330(
,314 09 5.3 71 28.,5 1.21374 182 3,354 113 79.4 32.5 41 4 47.1 193q e Seaboard Air Linee....................... ........... 1939 4,316 3,666 8.6 6.1. 27.6 44,16g 15.1 2,1 36,493 3R4 82:6 35-5
47318 292, 1259 176 32.9 3. 46.6 1938 1938 4318 3.005 4,49 4o,06 l;3!7 2;o+l 34,184 : 85.4 3.8 4.9 39.1 434.7
6152 l'og 11.0 90 -d-a .9 8,73 2,19 2 ^4 5 703 24?34 61:1 25 1 39 4 34.5 52.8 1939 Southern ...................-.......--................................ 1939 6,255 82,345 12.9 8,742 d__.5 99.154 28,J87 3,490o 68,009 20,522 6a.6 28.( 17 *42 4.
6,598 6403 911 8,o. 203 1,"711 2O 5,o035 2,i0o 61. 20.9 I3.0 34.7 56.5 1938 1938 6:,05 72:950 8,786 89:419 25,53 3:065 63.593 14:344 71.1 28.8
1 691 1.97' log7 1,141 324 42 916 53 8902 27.' 35-4 44.9 56.0 1939 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley ............................ 1939 1619 6,386 5.4 721 d 16.2 1,1 3.576 496 10,363 2.096 69.0 2.8 34.5 39.35. 9
11 1 831,132 328..6 56.4 1998 01 a6193 10-1478 3,P43 530o9,846 2 104 6.0 22 33.1
wNet railway operating income" is derived from "Railway operating income", modified by debate and credits arising from "Equipment renta" and "Joint facility rent".
SPercent increase computed on units of dollars.
a/ Inoludes Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central .
Def.oit or other reverse items.
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