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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF STATISTICS


FEBRUARY, 1940


OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-Continued.


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1940 AND 1939 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY, 1940 AND 1939
FOR~~~~~~~~~~~N TH1O93O9ERAR.14 ND13 ______

Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenanse Tranportation
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 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- eluded ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded Total eating (per- Oper Oper Oper- Opr-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income- cent) s ting a ting a ting operated in- in- nance in pre- income cent) ing stn sting st-
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease cedlumng revs- p res- e
column nues penses nues penses coun
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) () (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) (v) I (w) (x) (y) (z) (as) (bb) (c) (dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)** (Money items in thousands of dollars)-*
Northwestern Region: 10 1.5 1.2
3,327 *9,92 18.3 $797 6.2 $6,4i1o 2.393 $416 $5.5o04 d 2 9 0.6 37.3 41.2 45-7 50.3 1940 Chicago & North Westen .. 1910 :,327 $10,060 14. $1.05 4.1 $13277 2$827 $11,812 d 25.9 5.6 ". .5 51.5
,;383 4:136 750 5,526 2,177 414 5, 346 96.:7 3 9 4. 47:7 50o. 1939 1939 ,,3 ,760 1,3 11,735 4 l2910,925 9.1 37.6 o.4 472 5o.7
1,502 1,229 4.7 29 69 1356 42 46 ,109 d 14 51.0 31.9 39.3 1.0 50.6 19.4 Chicago Great Western ..................... 194O 1,502 2,617 5. 970 d,91 2 2 79.7 30.9 35.5 0O.7 51.0
1,505 1,173 32 1,291 9 45 1,060 52.2 1.7 39. 42.2 51.3 1939 1939 1,505 2,473 74 2,737 a 2:151 79.7 309 406
10,942 6,926 15.0 534 1.9 ,202 2,440o 4 6,376 7Z .7 29.1 8 .3 40.8 52.4 1910 Chicago. Milwaukee. St. Paul & Pacific... 190 10,56 14,602 14.5 1,202 2.6 17,370 5,024 2126 9,. 47 52. 32.6 3. ". 5 .
10,942 6,025 525 7,225 2,390 482 6627,125 3.1 3993 .6 3 51.791939 1939 10.942 12,751 10171 15,3214 ,990 956 27 77 8. 25.3 32.51 50. 55.3
1,629 11,054 7.9 .6 1 245 412 47 1,171 d 168 94.0 33.0 35.2 52.2 55.6 194o Chicago. St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha... 1910 1,629 2.313 12.9 2414.8 27 9 2,275 12 3.1 3. 9 5. 5 3
1,629 977 99 1,14i8 362 4 1,125 98.0 31.6 32.2 57.9 59.1 1939 1939 1,629 2,0 9g 212 2,1i 729 722, 0I ). 59 5.

,070 4,37 11.9 243 d .2 5,052 1,773 305 4,265 13 94.4 35.1 41.6 41.0 4.6 191 Great orthe ..................................................190 ,070 ,162 10.5 7 d .7.3 10643 64 612 8,3 243 3.0 34.2 41.2 .9
5,072 3,912 265 z,582 1,777 305 4,25 d 492 93.5 38.5 41.5 46.0 49.2 1939 1939 5,072 5,29423 9,752 3,564 617 5,717 d591 59.4 36.5 O.9 .3 .
4 106 21.6 51 13. 1 640 102 1,688 d 55 3 37.9 4. 53.6 194o Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie| 1940 425 3:,57 292 d 1. 3:91281 20 ,3. 7. 392
4,255 1,o 21.6 5 0 _79 5_1.__1__ 0 5. 5.
4,290 1,3 59 1:.594 647 103 1,659 l.1 4 0.6 9.0 5 .- 52.5 399 199 4:290 2,9427 2. a 135.1312 32 07 .7932
6,720 3,635 15 21 a 4 9 4,224 1,566 27 3,37 233 .5 37.1 41.9 41. 47.2 194 Northern Pacific..........................4 6,720 7,45 12.6 1 d 141.4 5.57.... 7,664 691 570 35.0 45. :. 45
6,721 3,159 224 3,754 1,461 282 3,670 a 213 97. 38.9 39.8 47.8 48.8 1939 Centr1939 6,721 6,649 520 -7,94 2,549 565 7,346 57 92-5 35.9 35.
959 56 4 214 1,285 326 22 953 56 76.5 25.4 33.1 42.2 55.1 194 Alto'.................................................................1940 959 1,753 12.9 436 4. 2,56 731 43 2093 41 81.5 .5 34.9 4.0 54.
959 775 196 9 1 131 283 21 900o Ad o 79. 25.0 31.5 45.0 56.6 1939 1939 959 1,552 418 2,311 60 43 1,67 80.8 26.3 32.6 45.0 55.7
13,421 8,657 10 1.301 7 11,055 4,221 981 9,418 48 85.0 38.1 44.8 39.6 46.6 19 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe A/..-. 19 13,421 18,072 7 2,772 23,052 8,759 1,961 19,595 978 55.0 3.0 44.7 39.9 46.9
13,475 7,83 1,208 9,976 4,05 986 9,01 259 9 0. 450 46.1 1939 1939 13475 16,774 21,26 ,3 1964 18,777 -. 39. .
1,0 ,7 ,1 19 9. 1 6 .193 1939 13,475 2,5631 53418,77 ____ 16 s. .2 44.56.
9,004 5,899 625 7,264 2,140 432 5,538 650 76.2 29.5 38.7 95 51.8 19940 Chicago, Burlington t Quincy....................... 194o 9,00o 12,91 1,59 15,2 4542 64 11,660 1,4o1 76.7 29.9 39.0 39.9 52.0
,941 5,290 5 612 589 197 432 5196 333 78.9 29.9 3.0 9 51.9 1939 1939 8,941 11,063 11.1 1,33 13,44 4,070 864 10,61 1,086 76.7 29.4 3.3 39.7 51.7
7,835 4,855 12.5 601 7.0 5,993 1,822 340 4,900 198 6 1.8 30.4 37.2 41.7 51.0 1940 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific.-/............. 1940 7,846 9,838 7.2 1 337 7.8 12303 3,724 651 1007 5q4 2. 30. 36.9 112.
7,562 41315 5 561 5.351 1,827 344 4,74O a 201 8.1 34.0 3.5 43.3 49.1 1939 1939 7,915 9,151 1,240 11 0 3736 689 9,764 67 85.0 32.5 38.3 42.3 49.7
2,554 1,553 6.5 56 3 i 1,697 698 104 1,529 a 81 90.1 41.1 45.6 39.9 44.3 1940 Denver & Rio Grande Western....................... 1945 2,554 3,441 10.3 175 10.9 3,803 1361 205 3,132 164 52.3 35.5 43.5 35. 46.7
2,563 1,455 6 55 3 1,596 628 101 1,399 d 44 57.7 39.4 44.9 39.4 45.0 1939 1939 2,563 3,120 "15 3,445 1,245 202 2,856 101 82. 36.1 43.6 38.2 46.1
5,642 10,256 19.7 1,421 1.7 12,646 3,533 549 10,192 576 50.6 30.3 37.6 41.2 51.1 1940 Southern Pacific Company ........................ 1940 ,642 21,342 16.9 2,920 1 26,347 7,80 1,093 2o,996 1,616 79.7 29.9 37.6 4. 51.2
8,657 5,571 1,398 10,915 3,616 539 9,211 d 13 84.4 33.1 39.3 41.6 49.3 1939 1939 8,657 15,251 2,922 -d- 23,195 7,341 1,076 19,180 603 82.7 31.6 38.3 1.6 5o.4
9,98 9,210 967 11,164 3,399 635 5,652 5 55 77.5 30.4 39.3 37.8 48.5 1940 Union Pacific.1910.9.95.9.2..6.2..................... 1940 9, 19280 2 2,274 4.1 2 3 6,424 1,263 17,502 2,209 74.1 27.2 36.7 37.5 51.0
9,904 8 1410 9.5 931 3 9 10,235 3092 629 5,194 20 5 80.0 30.2 37.7 397.5 49. 1939 Southwestern Region: 1939 9 9,964 15,0578 2,14 22,152 620 1261 1 41 1550 76.0 233
3,294 1,24 136 2,065 602 101 1,689 64 1.8 29.2 35.6 42.1 511.4 194o Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ........................ 1940 3,294 3513 324 a 4,256 1,215 201 3,474 14 81.6 28.6 35.0 42.4 2.0
3,294 1,632 57 145 1,977 674 111 ,741 d 64 551 34. 1 35.7 42.4 48.2 1939 1939 3,294 3,44 330 ..2. 4,192 1,393 223 3,609 5 56.1 33.2 3.6 41.5 .2
7,146 5,694 11.9 42 0 1o 2,122 313 5239 59 78.0 31.6 40.5 35.7 49.6 194o Missouri Pacific...................................... 194o 7,146 11,84 12. 2 8712.5 14,03 4,230 74 10 1,510 76. 30.1
7,173 5,087 372 5,999 2,065 12,920 33 2.0 34.4 42.0 39.7 45.4 1939 1939 7,173 10,677 7 12,57 4,70 72 9,974 809 79.5 32. 9.3
1,936 114 3-9 162 6.1 2,04 54 101 1,435 397 6. 2.0 4.: 31.9 46.3 1940 Texas & Pacific .......... ............ ........................19622.2 2.5 1222 202 2 0368 707 2. 1 41 0 :
1,936 1,6,o 153 1,993 550 100 1,4b2 332 70.4 29.1 41.4 32.2 45.58 1939 1939 1,9363,407
4,520 2,794 6.0 231 2.2 3,374 1,315 254 3,0595 a9i.91.7 49. 3.71 43.2 1.7.1 9194o St. Louis-San Francisco ....................... --- 1945 4,'820? 5,91 521 7,163 2,771 50716,350 215 59.1.4
4:843 2,637 226 3,147 1:341 256 2,937 93 2.6 457 41.4 44.3 1939 1939 4,:43 5;55 95 514 1.5 6,56 1:3 2 52 69122 92:8 42~ 46:1 4: 44:2
S9 o. 1 3 101 d 10 9.5 35.5 36.8 4.'7 49.9 1945 St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas .............. 1945 5 200 1 2211 76 2106 9.6 3.16" 6.6"2 44 .
9 0 15 3:. 7 4. 9011 .
27 97 103 3 100 96.9 35.1 36.2 47.5 49.0 1939 1939 267 215 1 228 75 2o6 90.3 33
1,690 1,5 0 1 5.0 1,606 41 53 1,061 307 66.0 25.0 37. 1.: 45.1194o St. Louis Southwestern Lines ........................ 194o 1,690 30i 8.8 45 6.0 ,.200 1 544 105 2,22 4:9 69.5 26.47
1,7o0 1,353 1 5 1,527 500 52 1,150 d 52.7 35.o0 43 36.3 43.9 1939 1939 1,701 2,7T6 42 2,944 1,007 103 2,370 70 50.7 34.2 :. 35. 4:.
4,416 313079 12.2 252 59 3,652 1,144 116 2, 362 76. 31.3 42.4 331 45.4| 9 4 Texas & New Orleans......................................... 1940 4416 6371 11.1 526 53 7,40316 235 5 510 765 739 310: 40 39 49
4,416 2,759 235 3,253 1,024 123 1 2,5 274 76.0 31.2 41.o 3.7 45.7 1939 1939 4,416 5,733 500 6,769 2,,0 4 247 5,129 594 75.57 130.5 4.6 35.1 4:.
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1940-O-156955
;Net railway operating income" ls derived from "'Railwiay operating income', modified by debitsl and credits arising from "Equipment rents" and VJoint facility rent".
SPeroent Inorease oomputed on units of dollars.
a Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
SIncludes Chicago, Rock Island and Gulf.
SIncludes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
SDeficit or other reverse items.
(Over)










Subject to revision


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES -SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS


Stateet No. M-150
FEBRUARY, 1940


FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1940 AND 1939 FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED WITH FEBRUARY, 1940 AND 1939

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- eluded sting (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- per- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total malnte- eluded Total ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income- cent) ating eating ating eating operated in- in- nanoe in pre- income* cent) ating eating ating eating
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 panes
(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)**


5.2 $279,387 87,90o
246,475 79,816


2O0, 0o40
200,635
1,910
1,952
1,866
1,884
846
831



2,268
2,290
1,029
1,032
1,282
1,293
10,986
11,043
1,705
1:7~

2,114
2,115
233
233
2,409
2,410

6,5

710
712
925
927

390
390
379
3583
10,270
10,289
1,1451
1:450
3,117
3,110
2,191
2,191
5,102
5,109
1,871
1,571
4,949
4, 949
4,871
4,925
4, 314
14 317
6,602
6,693
1,608
1,619


$227,785
198,241
2,615
2,40
3,641
3,327
1.N1

3,215
2,726



1,807
1,535
323
3,055
20,752
17,815
35.485
2,981
2,1420
2,056
1,571
1,124
3,188
2,878
11,328
9,512
2,189
1,861
1,003
919
1, 44
1,224
490
489
26,3o00
22,013
4,230
3,626
9,501
7,933







2,651
32, 69
1,012
916
6,672
5,927
6,905
5:69Z
2,951
2,693
6,s44
5,900
1,12Z
91.


$29,611
28,147
629
601

2,061

77
89
501
500oo

3406
65
61
160
156
4,461
4:455


65



40


65
675
675

319
318
137
120



1,078
1,074


302
,986

2o2







120
100

751
134

115
1,308
1,033





759
605
781








747


615,194
15,072
120
129
275
2853
89
85
200
204
301
3o6
100
97
174
177
1,326
1,315
132
131
191
198
178
187
179
179
595
599
117
117

4
79
82
97
98
2,112
2,072
260
259

894


17
15
177
71
71
53
N
39

19
17
29
27

31


$216,253
197,733
2,909
2, Z64
5,006
,515
1, 462
1,361
3,33a
3,:02~
4,851
4,551
1,535


2,808
2,491
21,788
20,162
2,547
2,233.
2,010
1,831
1,465
1,127
2,875
2,692
10,142
8,492
2,171
1,902
1,021
964
1,1314
954
1,Z55
1: 51

26,178
22,619
3,599
3,056
5,580
5,395
4,549
3,941
3,481
3,173
1,172
1,o73
6,0O9
5,691
6,098
5,116
3,281
3,004
5,902
5,328
812
790


$27,310
15,217
307
307

381
296
259
249
101
600
364
280
853
210
458
2,003
562

352
394
227



180

1,3118
1,261
2 69




55
1
290




4,467
3,771



2,996
2,026
2,556
1,917
659
623

1,145

779
1,127
896
456
300
623
d 1
d 1


Money items

4.1


77-4
80.2

7.8
76.1


78.3
75.1
78.4
76.6
81.6
84.1
76

79:2
75.8
83.2
77.7
73.0
77.8
81.2
70.1
71.3
77.6
82.5
88.0
93.1
79.3
52.3
79:7
78.:
81.',
81.



69.2
70.0
92.0
90.7
76.1
76.7
76.2
75.1



56.9
59.6
71.3
70.3
91.3
91.:
76.2
79.3

T77:

71:
72.6
75.1
65.3
77.0


41.8
41.7
40.7
40.2
41.7
40.7
48.
49.6
41.2
41.3

13:0
46.5
44:2
40.2
41.3

37.9
37.5



32.6
37.2
41.3
42.3
39.2
39.3
44.0
44.1
41.
57.4



514.9



41.5
42.2
24.9
25.9
22.4
23.9

36.6
36.4




3.9
480:

534:






42.7


is of dollars)"
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1940 To
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1940
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1940
1939
Gr
1940
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1940
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1940
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1940
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191140
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tal-Roads listed herein .. ........................ 1940
1939
w England Region:
Boston & Maine .............. ... ........ 1940
1939
New York. New Haven & Hartford..................... 1940
1959
eat Lakes Region:1939
Delaware & Hudson ........ ....................... 1940
1939
Delaware. Lackawanna & Western............. 1940
1939
Erie (including Chicago & Erie) .......... 1940
1939
Grand Trunk Western ............... ...... 1940
1939
Lehigh Valley....- .... 1940
1939
New York Central a/ ................. .... 1940
1939
New York, Chicago & St. Louis ..... ....... 1940
1939
Pere Marquette 1............. ........... ... .. 140
1;39

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ....... .............. 1940
1939
Wabash .................-- -- -- .... ..... 1940
1939
ntral Eastern Region:
Baltimore & Ohio ................. 1940
1939
Central of New Jersey ... ................. .... 1940
1939
Chicago & Eastern Illinois ........... 1940
1939
Elgin, Joliet & Eastern .. ........ ........... 1940
1939
Long Island................... ........... ...... ... 1940
1939
Pennsylvania ......................... .. ... 1940
1939
Reading ........................ ......................... ... 1940
1939
cahontas Region:
Chesapeake & Ohio........ ........ ................... 1940
1939
Norfolk & Western... .... .................... .... 1940
1939
uthern Region:
Atlantic Coast Line .................. ............. 1940
1939
Central of Georgia----... .--...- .--. ........... 1940
1939
Illinois Central..--- ...... .......... ......... 1940
1939
Louisville & Nashville .........---- .................. 1940
1939
Seaboard Air Line............................................. 1940
1939
Southern_... ....... ....... ................. 1940
1939
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley............................ 1940
1939


$447,31
406,818

5,894
5,427
10,120
9,297
391
2:7

6,141
6:91,

9,995
9,267
: 7
3,153
2,925
5,774
5,179

41;199
,240
.549
4,140
3,729
3,031
2,303
5,881
5,489
21,486
17,544
4,427
3,883
2,111
1,941
2,396
1,909


200,078
200,693
1,910
1,956
1,866
1,884

846
8531
992
986
2,265
2,290
1,029
1,032
1,282
1,284
10,997
11,043
1,705
1,700
2,114
2,115
233
233
2,409
2,410
6 ,82
6:495

710
712
925
927
390
390
379
3853
10,270
10,289
1,451
1,:450
3,117
3,110
2,191
2,191
5,103
5,108
1,871
1,871
4,949
4,949
4,871
4,925
4,314
4,317
6,608
6,693
1,613
1.619


$478,824
416,189
5,629
5,167



3,953
3,525
7,066
5,819
11,856
10,456
3,707
3.115
7,161
6,516





5,9112






24,139
19,8577
4,927
3,909
2,063
1,553
3, 146
2,553
1,074
1,016



9,246
7,7855
19.697
16,565
16,129
13,143
6,355
6,135
2,067
1,939

121015
14,446
12, 074
1,O514







6,234
5:623
14,108
12,557
2,184
1.884


*a *St raiwy operating Income" Is derived from "Railway operating InuoB", modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rental" and *Joint facility rant".
- Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
Includes Boston A Albany, lessor to Neow ork central.
Deficit or other reverse Itms.
(Over)


4.7

3.3

d 14.5

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2.3

6.2

2.6

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d 18.6

d .1

12.5

5.5


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$63,427
60,930
1,218
1,182
4, 264
:4,240
178
196
1,050
1,070
751
737
146
144
311
324
9:781

112
128
151
1;7
92
87

386
1,525
1,525



3014
266



2,262
2,287
11,811
11,305
5147
573








217

1,659
1:576
1,15O3



1 "~
,51
1,295


in thousand

$5"8,1"51
519,399
7,819
7,328
13,430
12,475
4,316
35874
8,923
7,6853
13,427
11,972
4,145
3,512
7,952
7,266

59,737
52,331







524
,:820
27,199
22,791
,94
Z,898
2,664
2,415
3,621
2,5842
28:W


62,569
10,276
8,731
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