Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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U.S. DEPOATODY

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


4-


Statement No. M-150
MARCH, 1940


FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH. 1940 AND 1939 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH, 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 ating Average Depreci- railway eating
of road Per- Per- All action in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- cluded 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) ati sting a ti ng ng eating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) eating eating eating ating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nues penses oues peases
(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)*


892,077 15,378
88,982 15.238


1291,9
280,629


200,010
200,567
1,910
1,939
1,866
1,876
846
831



2,268
2,290
1,029
1,032
1,282
1:283
10,986
11,043

1:79
2,114
2,115
233
233
2,109
2:430
6,8
6: O

710
712
925
927
390
390
379
383
10,270
10,289
1,451
1,450
3,11.5
3:n5
3,110
2,191
2,191
5,101
5,108
1,871
1,871
4,949
41,9419
1,871
4:908
4 T1
4;3i7
t:3 17

6:682
1,608
1,619


123569o0 3.8
227,171I
2 76 .
2:77 .3
3,881 a 1.1
3,9371
1,o
1 6806 63

3,200 1.1
3,158

3.11
5:615 3-4
1,3 12.9
1:9709

3 6 2.8
3.2b3
20o,387 1.3
2o,122

3: 5 7.1

2 146 1.9
2:369
1 11.0

3:4278 2-.5
11,675 5.6
11,051
2:172 9.6
2 174
S11d4.6
1:-'501
1,267 a 3.4
1,312

633 .

26,629 6.4
25,023

4:19 7.2

9,6.o 7.9
8:9N4 7-

1:67 2 19.0


3:966
1,076 a 2.4
1,102
6: 7.7

6:13111 -2

:2 7.2

I 0 0 3.6

1,:13"41


130,987 6.3
29, 11 3
1.11
1.4
2,132 2.11
2,081
91 8.2
57

94 2.8
365 2.2
357
66 d 2.7
68
184 27.7

4;702 5.1
4 73
58 1-3
56

5 3.6
42 9.5
39

1 15.6

1;7 5.3

330 1.0
327

119 10.2
108


I,3 d .4
1: I9-
5,855 O.5
5, 205
g 3.11

222 10.0
202
160 12.1
132
1,14 7.-1
1:072

111 10.8
101

755 -d.6
759
9 6.1

798 30.3

4 12.1

52 1.2
51


3,9

6,752
6,772
2,095
1,973


6 618
6:4466
2, 141
1,8841
1:8&



28,275
27,777
3,744
3,506
2,672
2,553

1:442
3,802
3,670
13208
,523
2,899
2,695
1,280
1,331
1,44488
1:488
1,846
1,863
35,723
33,321
4,920
4,596
10,210
9,:460
8,106
6, 834
4,969
5,200
1 369
1,380

7, 891
7,175
7,154

4:126
8,4,86
8,196

1,174
1,271


$223,278
*215,1068
2,883
2,862



^1,5

3.397
3,252

11,988
4:744
1,577
1,530
2,817
2,696

22,413
21,811
2 2
2,7021



2;4l0

9,389
2, 5111








2,007
1,965





1 548





1,062
1,359
2,986
2,819








1,053





3:306



3, 69
3,388





5:9^
^1












5,821
5,504
1:24,














888
845


-....-... -.................. -.... 19 40
1939

SHartford... ........... 19110
1939
Hartford...... 19140
1939
Western ................. 19140
1939
o & Erie)rn ............. 19110
1939
o & Erie).---...... .. .. 1940
1939
- -............... ............... 1910
1939
------- ---- ---- ------.. 19 4 0
1939
SLouis............ .... 1940
1939
Louis 1940
1939
.......... .................. 1940
1939
............ .. .... .... 19140
1939
...... ... ........ ..... 1940
1939
..... ...... .... 1940
1939
nois ................ 1940
1939
o ....................... 19140
1939

----- --- -- ---- 194 0
1939
........ -....- ................. 1940
1939
----- ------- ----------------. 19 4 0

1939
............ .. .. 191140
1939

1940
1939
1940
1939

1939
........................ 1940
1939


1940 Total-Roads listed herein
1939
New England Region:
1940 Boston & Maine.......
1939
1940 New York. New Haven &
1939
1939Great Lakes Region:
1910 Delaware & Hudson...
1939
19110 Delaware. Lackawanna &
1939
1940 Erie (including Chicag
1939
1910 Grand Trunk Western
1939
1940 Lehigh Valley............
1939
1940 New York Central a/ ...--
1939
1940 New York. Chicago & St
1939
1940 Pere Marquette.........
1939
1940 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie
1939
1940 Wabash............................
1939
Central Eastern Region:
1940 Baltimore & Ohio........
1939
1940 Central of New Jersey
1939
1940 Chicago & Eastern Illi
1939
1940 Elgin. Joliet & Easter
1939
1940 Long Island--.......
1939
1940 Pennsylvania..............
1939
194o0 Reading................
1939
Pocahontas Region:
1940 Chesapeake & Ohio.....
1939
1940 Norfolk & Western. ...
1939
Southern Region:
1940 Atlantic Coast Line......
1939
1940 Central of Georgia.......


4?


47

397






2199


1,822
Po2



117

591
7





256
300




137
59
261
265




9,03
1,7149
2,025
71
81

61



8 104

5 159
15,039











2,503
1,869
95




27
69
1,261
1:034
822
1,052

4922


1:537
85
229.


money items in thousands of dollars) -*


76:.6
76.8
74.7
711.5

74.8
73.8

74.4
71.6
81.6
79.1
75.4
73.6



74.6
74.1
79.
78.5

1 2:

78.1
77.0

97.5
78.6
76.5
7Z::
7t:5

76.1
74.5
80.8
78.2



811.9
70:1

88.3
72.5
73.8
71.1
71.9
60.4
63.0

27:6

2:4
14:1

75.8
77.3
81.1
76.9
7.9
7.2
70.6
70.0
12:1


31.6
31.7
27.2
27.1
27.1
27.6

21"





27.6
25.2
28







28.1
30.0
33.2



32.7


;2:2

28.1





30.0
30.7
54.1
29.8

28.1

29.9










33.2
23.1


30.0










29.6
30.5

30.7
33-7
29.6
31.1
267
26:;


30o.6
2.3
31.4
32.4
27.4
23.1
33.2

31
31.1
37.4
35.0
29.6
30.7
29.7
29.5

23:9


41.2
41.3



36.2
37.5
40.1
36.3
33.0
32.2
38.1
38.8
40.7
40.9
31.8
33.6
410.8
41.5
38.2
36.7
42.2
42.5
R:92

g:9

41.1
40.3
39.3
37.8
37.1
38.6
40.8
43.1
36.2
38.2
40.9
42.2
37.7
37.1
50.7
51.3
511.5
51.8
36.8
35.4
38.0
39.1



116.2


40.3
14:1
34.o


38.1
38.0
41.:
41.5
4o0.0
39.2
38.6
38.8
4S..
47.3
40.0
38.5

rg:61
44.7
43.0
40.5
39.5
38.2
36.1



11:2

40.
40.:



41.0
42.0
41.5
39.1
40.1
36.8
51.6
52.3
31-5

10.0
10.3
4o7o
4o-3
24.7
25.1
22.2
25.4
38.4
34.6
44.4
42.2
37.7
39.5
37.2
35.2

35:8

P '0
:7

42.7
38.0


200,053
200,652
1,910
1,950
1,866
1,882
846
831


2,268
2,290
1,029
1,032
1 282
1.283
10,994
11,043
1,705
1,704
2, 114
2,115
233
233
21409



710
712

917

390
390

I79

10,270
10,289
1,1151
1,:450
3,116
3:110
2,191
2,191
5,102
5,108
1,871
1,871
4,948
4:949
4,871
11,920
4,317
4:317
6,6o3
6:699

1,612
1,619


1174,513
643,363
8,404
7,934
11,724
10,891
5,871
5,331
10,266
8,976
17,66o
16,072



10,517
9,779
64,329
57,327
10,97
9:477


4,846
3:650
9,890
9,213
35,814
30,929
,309
:;08
3.066

4,414
3,865
l644
81,763
70,852
13,644
11,888


23,83]
19:615
9,686
9,702
3,143
3:041
20,892
18,908
20,589
18,205
9,o80
8,652
21,168
19,353
3,232
3,018


________ ________ _________ _________ _________ _____________ __________ __________ _______ ______________ 4 I. -I- 4 .4. 4 L.................


11.1

5.9

7.7

10.2

14.4

9.9

16.9

7.5

12.2

15.4

14.7

32.8

7.3

15.8

20.2

5.6

14.2

3.9

15.4

14.8

15.0

21.5

d .2

3.3

10.5

13.1

9.6

9.4

7.1


$94,,418
90,072
1,78
1:7a6
6 ,396
6,321
271
283
1,584
1,589
1,116
1,095
212
212

%22

14,518
14,177
170
1811
210
214
134
126
591
554
2,242
2,206
988
994
423
374



2:47
11,666
16:510





409
469
3423
:67

356
318
2,414
2,335
1,652
1,509
2,8711
2,311
2,166
1,950
155
155


4.8

2.5

1.2

a 4.2

d .

2.0



7.0

2.4

d 7.4

d 1.9

6.5

6.8

1.6

d .6

13.1



d .9

7.0

a 2.0

11.1

15.8

19.2

11.9

3.4

9.5

24.3

11.1


* 'Nst railway operating Inoome Is derived from 'Railway operating inoome", modified by debite and oredlts arising from Equipment rents' ana "Joint faoillty rest'.
SPercent Increase omputead on unlts of doll.ars.
Incoludes Boston & Albany, lesseor to Reow York Central.
Defiolt or other reverse Items.
- (Over)


$880,o04
800,031
11,678
11,168
20,182
19,2148
6,411
5,847
13,085
11,794
20,045
18:417
6,286
5,396
11,729
10,903
58,012
80,108
11,434
99,98
8,162
7,167
5,138
3,927
11,326
10,411
40o,o407
35,314

7,593

3:,46

4:331

5,327
108o,603
95,690
15,196
13,327

:953
20:6486


14, 580
141,051
3,988
3,830
25,022
22,921
23,758
21,205
13.562
12:112
25.31
3,603
3:,"o


1,051
1,0%2

1,827
1,871
625
513
1,120
1:046
1,0116

1,902
1,839

626




896
965




780
9,138

1,032


536





3,755
866
780
1,131
1,030

3,755
866
759


914
v40
P57
28
10,590
10,361
1,324
1,226
3,126
.057



1,99
42545
2,26
2,627
2,:481
2,686
2,507
1,402
1,309



308
221


121
131
274
282
89
85
200
203
o30


95
97',
174
177
1,323
1,321
1:32
132
131
192
198
182
187
180
179
596
599
117
117


78
82
97
98
2,275
2, 271
260
259

103


170
T177
70
71


5 9
362
361

1
ila
2941
283
41
40


8272,188
252,330
3,281
2,996
5,616
5,:239
1,898
1,516
1:'5

3,365
2,977
5,626
5,422
1,909
1,503
2,713
2:,73
26,967
25,702
2,945
2,536
2,626
2,419
2,541
1,927
3,273
3,057
13,250
10,492
2,530
2,201
1,147
1,091
1,324
1,221

1:712
33,712
30,109
4,119
3,539


:45

3,926
3:540
1,358
1,299
7,567
7,113
8,525
7,169
,994
3:809


850
871


Louisville & Nashville --.......................--- 1940
1939
Seaboard Air Line... ....................... 1940
1939
Southern................................................................ 1940
1939
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley...................... 19110
1939


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


......... 1940
1939


815,811
115,1463
362
390
824
849
263
255
6oo
611

920
298
290
525
533
3,966
3,953
397
395

597Z

5117
561
538
536
1,791
1,799

3
M




6,57
292
62911
6:47
779
778
2 198
2:oA9
1,538

509
532
212
213
M63

1,079
1,083
574
535
882
846
117
118


f671,114
622,223
8,778
8,289
15,169
14,292
1,709
4:,177
10,329
9,393
14,982
111,011
U:oi


7:845

4:45
67,651
63,009



6,226
5,694
4,579
3,692
8,867
8,308
31,668
26,869
6,632
5,890
3,144
2,982
3, 9
2:963
4,684
4:,691
81,110
71,842
10,835
9:691
18,363
17,083

14,010
12,453
10,798
9,878
3,562
3,358
19,026
17,792
18,359
16,021
10,268
9.421
18 178
16,698
2,601
2496


1,315
1,221
1,518
1,585
1,178
1,185
1,2


2:04





,998
4:531
1,816

1,097
711
767

756

4 ,8641
11957
407
31
165
112
899
800oo
d 449

15,628
13:844

13,8111
2,857
2,559


8,160
5,888
1,4181
1,912
15
98


3,382
3,322
1,720
1,157
1,278
3,780
381
308


40.6
40.6
3-4
3.0

31:7
40.3
36.3
32.6
31.7
37.6
38.7
40.
40.:

3.1
31:9

16:8

42.2
42.5
55.5
52.2
36.9
36.8
41.8
39.0
38.1
37.4
36:



36.9
36.7
41.6
41.9
38.0
36.7
49.
5.2
53 2
51.8
36.4
35.8
38.1
38.7


46.4
44.7

40:1
42.4
41.3
32.7
34.9


38.5
38.9
41.4
41.5
40.1
39.8


47.2
48.0
40.1
39.8
49.6
42.8

44.2
43.1
40.o
39.8
37.4
37.1
38.4
39.2
31-5
3 .7

41.
41.4
38.2
38.1
41.7
43-3
41.4
3.2
32-5

52.8
53.4

37:1

L9:99
24.9
25.3
22.
J4:4
38.41
36.7
45.2
43.6
39.1
39.8
35.5
35.2


3.:5

42.0
41-.3


50.5
50.0
55.0
55.9
53:9


53-
51.6
54.0





52.7
51.8
60.4
59.7
52.1
50.6


53.94
53.1



37.6
39.0
52.8
52.3
48.7
50.1
55.6
55.8
51.9
51.3
57.4
53.4
60.3
60.6
51.2
50.2


R:5



?.9:4
51.8
52.2

V9:86
51:.5
51.3

41:5
48.2
46.6
49.4
50.2
58.1
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



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


MARCH, 1940


FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH, 1940 AND 1939 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH, 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 Deprecl- railway ating 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- eluded ating (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) ating ating 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 reve- ex- reve- ex-
column cues penses cues penses column nues penses cues 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)e* (Money items in thousands of dollars)-*
a 32 $4,96 $9 -9 $ 39 $2,2 1Northwestern Region:
,327 *4,796 2. 808 79 397 ,429 4 ,834 424 912 380 41.6 145.6 50.o 1940 oChicagos NorthWestern-.. ------- 194o 8,327 *14,856 8.6 *2e511 5-3 '19,69 *7.153 $1,2 *17.46 d 708 9-7 36.3 40.5 1d.0 51.0
8,383 4,918 74 6389 2,334 413 5,725 g 9.6 36.5 4o. 45.1 50.3 1939 1939 8,383 13,678 2,38 18,124 6,752 1,22 16,650 1121 91.9 37.3 40.6 46.4 50.5
1,502 \,.66 d 6.1 43 d .4 1,1416 441 47 1,122 21 79:.3 31.2 39.3 4O0.1 50.6 1940 Chicago Great Western.... ........... ............. 1940 1,502 3,883 1.6 113 d 3.6 4,307 1,331 140 3,402 78 79.0 30.9 39.1 0.3 51.0
1:505 11349 43 11495 455 4 16 l145 66 76.6 30.4 39.7 38.7 50.6 1939 1939 1,505 3,822 18 14,232 1,301 135 3.326 69 78.6 30.7 39.1 40.0 50.9
1 0 8 8 2 1 2 2 4 56 9 8 5 2 6 2 54 9 4 6 5 839 8 .26"9433 .."34 9 .6 0 1 9 4 o43891 2 1 04 9
914 6,2 2,12.1958o9 1,511734", ,7 19,717 2,9 7 6', 2 9. 4 38.5 .9 S, 14
10,2 7,125 4.4 6.9 8,526 2,585 4 886 76.9 30.3 39.4 39.6 51.4 1940 Chicago. Milwaukee. St. Paul & Pacific- 1940 10,884 21,727 11.0 1,781 14.0 25,895 7,609 1, 19,77 2,96 76.3 29. 52
1;4 6,826 542 8,135 2,712 482 6;583 321 82.2 33.3 40.6 41.2 50.2 1939 1939 10,942 19,577 1,713 23,456 7,702 1,448 19,338 798 82-4 32.8 39.8 12.1 51.1
1,629 1,096 d 2.8 120 25.0 1,310 416 47 1,185 d_99 90.5 31.7 35.1 50.6 55.9 1940 Chicago. St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha.. 1940 1,629 3,409 7.3 362 18.0 4,038 1,189 1142 3,561 21. 88.2 29.14 33.4 50.7 57.5
1,629 1,128 -96 1314 383 48 1,155 87.9 29.2 33-2 50.7 57.6- 1939 1939 1,629 3,177 307 3,728 1,111 145 3,433 13 92.1 29.8 32.4 54.0 58.7
a~o "l up 279 5 ,160 1,965 309 14796 127 77 1 142.2 48.7 1939 1939 8,072 13.,13615 2 O. 902 2 15,35592 13, 33'6 8.9 3. 141.3. .8 11.3
069 401 11.5 275 1.3 6,176 2,065 305 4 502 77 3 43.0 7.2 47.9 1940 Great Northern...................-- ........... 94o 8,069 14,562 10.9 852 5. 16819 5,70 917 136 81.1 33.9 41.9 9.5 48.8
8;07 z:942 279 5,603 1,952 309 4,626 27 82.6 3. 42.2 4.2 48713 93 8,072 1316902 1535 55r 2 333 d M6 86.9 35-9 4.!4.8 4.
802127 3 948.7193 1939 31615,35 5 ,5511 925 13: -
4,285 1,910 15-3 62 d 1.0 2,137 M4 12 1,79 78 83.9 33.0 39-3 44.1 52.6 1940 Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie-_ 1940 4285 5482 19.1 177 d 10.6 6,1fi 1,992 307 5,27 48 86.4 32.6 37.7 146.6 14.
429 1:656 63 1 2 97 9 1,74 d 126 93.2 37.0 39-7 48.5 52.1 1939 1939 4:29 4:604 1 5230 1.972 303 509 671 97-4 37- 7 .7
1,7 126 93.2 37.0 39.7 48.5 52.1193914604 6T

6,720 14,472 114.3 236 d 1.4 5131 1,756 279 4,044 805 78.8 34.2 143.14 36.5 46.3 194o Northern Pacific................. .----- ...........1940o 6,720 11.957 13.2 740 d 1.4 13,942 4,94o 806 11,708 1,4 84.0 34.7 41 40
6,721 3,912 240 2-4,581 1,817 282 14198 108 91.7 39.7 43.3 42.0 45.8 1939 1939 6.721 10,562 7 7 92.2 37.3 40 44
Central Western Region:
959 887 4.2 208 11.4 1,299 376 22 1,053 3 81.1 29.0 35.8 42.9 53.0 1940 Alton .-.......................................... 1940 959 2.640 6.5 644 6.4 3867 1,107 64 3,6 A6 73 81.3 28.6 35.2 3.7 53.7
959 926 187 1,305 356 21 1,028 10 78.8 27.3 34.6 42.8 54.3 1939 1939 959 2,1478 605 3,616 964 64 2,895 80.1 26.7 33.3 44.2 55.2
13,414 9,498 4'3 1 8.2 12050 452 9 1041431 86.4 41.1 4 8 44 1 940 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe a/- --- 940 13,418 27,570 6.5 4,65 8.2 35,102 13,711 2,944 30,013 1,410 85.5 39.1 457 9.4 46.1
13 :1 61 :141: 396:4 : 2 .4 0 :2U :5 g :2 46 1 94.. .........49o 1 9 1,27 ,570 6 .5 4 ,o65 ,.2 35 ,10 2 13 ,71 1 2 ,9443 .0 13 d1 ,4 10 8 5 .5 39 .: : 9 1 .
1346611396 922 1 5,10 8 108 87.8 40.4 0 4 1939 1939 13,472 25,879 3,757 32,682 12,949 2,958 28,785 d 8 88.1 39.6 45.0 1 46.5
9,004 6,015 d .7 574 7.0 7,484 1,927 143.4 5,355 1,035 71.6 25.8 36.0 38.5 53.9 1940 Chicago. Burlington & Quincy--------.... ... 1940 9,004 18,306 6.9 1,933 3.1 22,687 6,469 1,298 17,015 2,436 75.0 28.5 3.0 39.4 52.6
8,931 6057 537 7,400 2,190 1532 5,531 812 74.7 29.6 39.6 38.1 51.0 1939 1939 8, 938 17,119 1,875 21,2145 6,260 1,296 16,149 1,898 76.0 29.5 38.8 39.1 51.5
7,909 14,922 d 6.3 637 7.5 6,171 1,984 343 5,074 151 82.2 32.1 39.1 40.6 49.4 1940o Chicago, Rook Island & Pacific................... 1940 7,867 14,760 2.2 1,974 7.7 18,474 5,708 1,024 15,1 655 82.1 .9 37.6 1.5
7,862 5,255 5953 6,45o 2,46 342 5,157 454 80.2 31.8 39.7 40.1 50.0 1939 1939 7,897 14,436 1,833 17,911 5,782 1,032 14,921 520 83.3 32.3 38.7 .5 1
2,554 1,622 2.5 110 6.7 1,832 8914 104 1,7141 d 181 95.0 48.8 51.3 37.6 19.6 940 Denver & Rio Grande Western.......- .... ...1940 2,56 54 .063 7.6 285 93 5,635 2,255 311 4,873 d 1 86.5 40.0 46.3 38.2 44.2
2,5b3 1,583 103 1,783 816 101 1,127 3 -W 91.2 45.8 50.1 37.5 41.1 1939 1939 2.5b3 .703 261 5,231 2,060 303 14,483 L 85.7 39.14 46.0 37.9 44.
8,642 10,902 1.6 1,447 9.0 13,513 14,235 548 11,012 604 81.5 31. 38.5 41.0 50.4 1940 Southern Pacific Company /-....-...-....-..-..... 1940 8,642 32,244 11.3 4,367 d 3.2 39.860 12,125 1,642 32,008 2,220 80.3 30.4 37.9 40.9 50.9
8,657 10,725 1,591 13.535 3,876 539 10,335 1,323 76.4 28.6 37.5 38.8 50.8 1939 1939 8,657 28,976 4,512 36,730 11,217 1,614 29,515 1,925 80.4 30.5 38.0 40.6 50.5
:,8 9 10,085 3.1 1,177 1.9 12,7351 3,753 634 9,22320 978 72 : 31.1 41.2 3.6 47.1 1940 Union Pacific-.......................-............................. 1940 2,36- 5.5 3,'451 2.0 35,986 10,267 1,897 26,822 3,187 74.5 28.5 33 37.0
992 9,779 1199 12070 3,751 624 9,222 920 76.4 31.1 41.7 36.2 47.4 1939S 1939 9,904 27,836 3.383 34,222 10,03b 1,85 26,o63 2,476 76.2 29.3 38.5 37.5'.
Southwestern Region:
3,29 1,811 5.7 16 6.0 2,203 647 101 1,761 72 80.0 29.4 36 40o. 1 0.2 1940 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines----...- 1940 3294 5323 480 .5 6458 162 302 5,236 2 81.1 28.8 35.6 417 51.4
294 1,920 148 2.314 733 111 1,860 94 80.14 31.7 39.4 38.1 47.14 1939 1939 3,294( 5,359 478 6,506 2,126 334 2 8 .1 52-7 3 4.3 1 8.0
7,146 5,660 d .2 408 15.0 6,716 2,:6 35 5,626 272 83.8 37.3 414.6 38.7 46.2 1940 Missouri Pacific.....----........-- ..---......... 1940 7,146 17644 7.9 1,281 13.3 20,789 6,736 1,122 16,48 1,782 79.1 32.14 41.0 9.2 49.6
7,173 5,672 355 6,607 2,34634 6 5,:472 251 82.8 37.3 45.0o 38.1 46.0o 1939 1939 7,173 16.349 1.131 19,154 6,534 1,089 15.446 1,060 80.6 34.1 42.3 38.9 8.2
1,936 1,92 .8 169 d 2.9 2,304 678 101 1,575 .461 68.4 29.4 43.1 30.4 441.5 1940 Texas & Pacific............................... l940o 1,936 5,41 1.7 526 .7 6,503 1,901 30 4,54 1,177 69.9 29.2 41.8 1.8 5.4
1,936 1,914 174 2,267 725 100 1,644 346 72.5 32.0 44.1 32.2 44.3 1939 1939 1,936 5,321 522 6,355 1,90a4 30 14,547 1,04 71.5 30.0 41.9 32.7 45.7
4,820 2,937 d 2. 238 10O.6 3,523 1.,489 254 3.173 44 90.1 39.14 43.8 142.1 46.8 194o St. Louis-San Francisco..............................19o 4,8 8,928 5.4 760 14.2 10.,686 4,161 761 9,55 2 89.4
4,843 3,013 215 3,559 1,420 256 3,129 69 87.9 39.9 45.4 39.6 45.0 1939 1939 4,843 468 729 10,121 4,230 768 9,222 d 5 91.1 41.8
19 d 192 4 5.7 9 38 105 d 1 108.5 39:2 36.1 54.9 50.6 1940 St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas..6.......... 1940 210 292 d 6.6 1 9.8 114 15 d 108 100. 5:O 36.4 4. 36
297 97 38 106 W= 102.3 36. 36.0 51.2 50.1 1939 1939 267 312 1 332 k 312 7 9.0 30.
1,690 1,720 7.5 21 4.0 1,811 516 53 1,213 348 67.0 28. 42.6 291.7 44.3 1940 St. Louis Southwestern Lines.............. 1940 1,690 4,751 8.3 66 5.3 5,011 1,361 158 3,436 837 68.6 27.2 39.6 1.8 6
1.701 1,600 21 1,685 515 52 1,2014 236 71.4 30.6 42.8 31.6 44.2 1939 1939 1,701 4,385 63 Z:629 1,522 155 3,580 305 77.3 32.9 !2.5 3.2 44.2
,17 184 .6 271 16.0 3,768 1,207 115 2,817 37 714.8 32.0 142.8 33.9 45. 1940 Texas & New Orleans........................................ 1940 4,416 9, 55 7.4 797 8.7 11,228 3,523 3 8,327 1,140 74.2 31.14 42.3 3
4:411 3.167 _____ 233 3,701 1,159 113 273 427 73-9 31.3 42. 33.7 45.5 1939 14,416 8:0 733 101470 3,243 36 7,865 1,021 75.1 31.0 41.2
U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1940-0-156955
09t railway operating inoome" Ie derived from 'Rainay operating income", modified by debits andocredit. arising from 'Equipmnt rente' and lJoint facility rent'.
Peroent increase -puted on unite of dollars.
SInaludes Atohison, Topeka & Santa Fe, autlf, olorado & Santa Ye, and Panhandle & Santa re.
SInaludes return fr Bouthern Paci fl o teamuhip Lines.
Deficit or other Zev se items.
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