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Statement No. M-150
APRIL, 1940


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


FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL, 1940 AND 1939 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL, 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 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 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) eating eating eating eating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) eating eating sting eating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ax- reve- ex- crease crease ceding rave- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues peases colus nues peases nues peanses
(a) (b) (0) (d) (e) Mf) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) () (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)**. (Uoney items in thousands of dollars)"
199,966 $2 4,33 17.8 d28,1?7 d 6.1 #286,681 $93,440 15,390 #220362 29,191 76.9 32.6 42.4 37.2 48.4 1940 Total-Roads listed herein.. 1940 200,035 $948,848 12.7 $122,617 2.1 *1,166,729 *365,62 6,201 89173 *127,787 76.4 31.3 41.O 38.2 0.0
200,525 19;8,;2 30,o 252,685 85,028 15,;91 204:677 13:620 8o.8 33.6 41.7 39.4 48.8 1939 1939 200,621 842,284 120,116 1:052:716 337,356 60,656 26,29 86,727 7.5 32.0 4. 39.0 9.7
1,910 266 3.3 14g1 a .i,2 ,058 121 2,4 7 56 29? 3. o9 5. 9o Boston & Maine" 190,90 1105. 2,270 .115,'0' 4,1848g4 11,517 1,6g14 75.3 28. 3 3.7 141.2 514.8
1,910 2696 3.3 491d7 3,625 1,o59 121 2,74o 370 7 .6 29.2 38.6 4o.9 5.1 1940 New England Region:
179991064014.27.5o9141.33.Boston&Maine.5.3 2 o.11 4
199 261 521 359 156 130 2,729 332 70 29.4 38.7 40.9 53.7 1939 1939 ,9 lO,,544 2,: 267 14:756 4: 520 11,018 1554 7. 554
1,871 3,43 2. 1,919 6,443 2,019 274 5,102 198 79.2 31.3 19.6 39.9 50.4 94 ew York New Haven & Hartford 94o 1,868 15,567 5.0 8,315 a 1.5 26,626 7,635 1,09g 20,271 1,716 76.1 28.7 37.7 40.0 52.6
S 3,939 2, 6,744 2,067 22 5,07 54 75.4 30.7 0.6 38.1 50.6 1939 1939 1,882 14,830 8,438 25,991 7,306 1,131 19,380 2,099 74.6 28.1 37.7 39.4 52.8
s46 1,s44et59Lakes Region:
846 1,84 .5 59 18.2 1,994 595 88 1,490 31674.7 29.8 39. 38.651.6 94 Delaware & Hudson 1940 846 7,727 7.7 37.0 8,45 2,493 351 6,199 1 4 738 29.7 4.2 38.1 51.6
831 a1,844 72 1,998" 542 84 1,402 419 70.1 27.1 38.7 36.7 52.3 1939 1939 831 7,175 355 7,8d45 2,08 339 5,579 1,603 71.1 26.2 36.9 38.1 53.6
..... .................. .....39 3395 :5 9 1 603 7 .1 : .95 .
995 3,215 d 5.1 492 d 6.9 4,157 1,082 203 3,229 437 77.7 26.0 33.: 45.4 58.4 1940 Delaware,. Lackawanna & Western 1940 995 13,481 9.0 2,075 d 2.0 17,242 4,448 803 13,558 1,651 78.6 25.8 32.8 46.7 59.4
S 986 3,387 528 4,365 1,056 203 3,246 564 74.4 24.2 32.6 43.7 58.8 1939 1939 986 12,363 2,118 16,160 4,034 8114 12,639 1,503 78.2 25.0 31.9 46.8 59.9
2,268 5,396 2.8 35 d 9.7 6,173 1,859 304 4 ,762 544 77.1 30.1 39.1 39.7 51.5 19440 Erie (including Chicago & Erie).- .... 94o 2,268 23,056 1,1 1.0 218 7,486 1,20 19,744 3,3 75.3 28.6 9 53.1
2290 5,252 31 6,076 1,727 306 4,502 774 74.1 28.4 38.4 38.9 52.2 1939 1939 2290 2323 1 5 24493 7,149 18,513 2,823 75.6 29.2 38.6 5 .
1,029 153 350 6 a 6.3 2127 641 98 1564 348 73.5 30.2 41.0 3.2 52.0 94o Grand Trunk Western 1940 1,029 7,590 21.0 275 1.8 8413 2,550 396 6,294 1,262 74.8 3.3 40.5 393 52.5
1,029 1,A447 67 1,649 592 98 1,467 d 88.9 9 35.9 40.4 46.1 51.8 1939 1939 1:031 6271 280 7,045 2,395 388 5,923 331 84.1 3. 40.4 43.6 51.8
1282 3192 .1 122 2.2 5 940 17 2,74 268 7.4 26.6 3.4 44. 57. 194 Lehigh Valley... 94o 1,282 13,708 3.4 624 2.3 ,262 3,653 698 11, 1,661 74.2 23.9 32.3 44. 59.6

1,727 4,990 103,553339.55397
1, 80 3,392 7,634 2,22 71.9 22.9 61. 42 59.


}'!5 330 ^* 1i14 355; 969 13? 2,479 544 67Z:1 27:1 39.1 35:5 50:.8 l940 New York, Chicago & St. Louis 1 .. 94o 1,70 14,327 16.5 241 ad 5.9 14,988 3.914 530 10,421 2,36o 69.5 2.1 36 370 51
1704 1,823 62 ,995 842 131 2,230 302 74.4 28.1 37.7 38.5 51.8 1939 1939 1:704 12,300 245 12,963 3,377 525 9,188 1,866 70.9 26.1 36.8 37.4 52.8
2,114 2,583 33.3 53 a 14.4 2,760 920 191 2,083 351 75.5 33.3 44.1 35.9 47.6 1940 Pere Marquette 1914o 2,114 10,181 18.9 263 a 4.7 10,922 3,5L6 766 8,308 1,448 76.1 32.5 42.7 37.8 49.7
2,115 1,937 62 2,116 832 197 1,888 d6 31 89.2 39.3 44.1 42.1 47.2 1939 1939 2,115 8,561 276 9,283 3,250 791 7,582 679 81.7 35.0 42.9 39.9 48.8
233 1,4o6 74.5 35 a 5.7 1,492 846 i2 1,467 124 98.3 56.8 57.7 3T44 35.0 1940 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie. 1940 233 6,252 40.3 169 3.7 6,629 3,387 729 6,046 891 91.2 51.1 56.0 33.7 37.0
233 806 37 879 579 187 1,089 a 119 3 65.8 53.1 46.2 37.3 1939 1939 233 1 4:1456 163 4,806 2,505 748 4,781 300 99.5 52.1 52.4 38.4 38.6
2,409 3,073 6.0 175 a 5.2 3,520 1,131 180 2,890 57 82.1 32.1 39.1 141.2 50.2 1940 Wabash 19.4. 2,1409 12,963 7.0 766 3.8 14,846 4,404 719 11,757 813 79.2 29.7 37.5 441.3 52.1
2410 2900 184 3,343 1109 179 2775 a 83.0 33.2 40. 41.1 49.5 1939 9 410 1 4 467 715 11083 410 80.1 30.1 37.6 41.3 51.6
Balimre. hio. 910 82) 161,718.1 1 o,91 7 28



6:4M 11,129 28.8 751 a 8.1 12,705 3,967 596 9,8014 1,71 77.2 31.2 140.5 8134.14 1 9140oCe a EasterRegion: l4 638 2,993 6 3, ,2 ,38 4,1472 6,577 78.1 32.4 41.5 38.2 48.9
8,9319)9 459 23 ,21 52 7151 8 4 o s .



8,640 818 10,207 3,691 597 8,931 87.5 36.2 41.3 19 47.9 1939 1939 6,o04 39,568 3,024 45,521 14,183 2,396 35,800 4,968 78.6 31.2 39. 38.9 49.5
710 2,216 a .6 321 5.1 2,713 886 117 2,169 d 61 80.0 32.7 4o.9 41.9 52.4 1940 Central of New Jersey 194o 710 9,525 14.6 1,308 1.7 11,554 3416 468 8,802 76.2 29.5 38.8 41.8 54.9
71,7o 2,82306 --- 2,9143 778212,3o3095 da1.79155 5464a30o7:



711 2,230 338 2743 782 117 2,035 5 74.2 ; 8.5 38.4 40.4 54.5 1939 1939 712 ,312 1:332 10,337 2,983 467 7,925 136 76.7 28.9 37.6 42.5 55.5
925 900 d 3.9 98 3.1 1,138 396 50 1,010 86 88.8 34.8 39.2 43.5 49.0 1940 Chicago & Eastern Illinois 194o 925 3967 3.3 521 9.6 ,082 1,543 202 4,155 79 81.7 30.4 37.1 41.9 51.2
927 936 101 1,193 395 49 1,012 7 814.8 33.1 39.0 41.7 49.2 1939 1939 927 3141 5 z,939 1,489 198 3,993 79 80.9 30.1 37.3 17.0 50.8
390 1,13 12-7 1 ,148 3 79 990 73.4 29.6 4.3 400 54.4 194 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern 1940 30 ,587 13-9 6414 1, 2 3134, 448 0 69.147 8
0 1,2 1,208 128 978 87 80.9 35.3 143.6 41.4 51.2 1939 1939 390 14,906 7 5,539 1,4,60 732 3,5940 887 71.1 29.7 14.8 37.6 52.8
379 57174 6.6 11147 d 7. 1,08 555 9 1,28 d 166 84.5 30. 7 36.3 50.6 59.9 1940 Long Island39 2,281 1a.77,22.86 3 6, a 61 8.8 31.9 3.
383 1 954 610 98 1,8 82.8 3. 37.7 149.2 5 939 1 s a 939 25 4 671 7,280 2332 39 309 867 3 3 3 603
15 13 2 111 31-23c 37--5 59-. 19398.637.





10,270 25,963 25.4 5,341 a 6.9 34,521 9,738 2,268 24,146 5,619 69.9 28.2 40.3 36.1 51.7 1940 Pennsylvania. 194o 10,270 107,725 17.7 23,008 3.4 143,124 43,450 8,849 105,256 21,247 74.5
10,289 2070 5735 29,393 8,623 2,219 21,679 3:763 73.8 29 3 39.8 38.1 51.7 1939 1939 10,289 91,552 22,244 125,083 38,732 8,67 93,521 17,607 78
1114951 29 d &1 765 1312 26o 3,411 1 6 27. 38.5 49.6 55g 1940 Reading 194o 1,451 17,4 14.8 1 062 3.4 1961 ,431 1038 14,246 3788 714 272 381 9.8 5
1,450 3.,75173 20 5.189 1,196 259 3:172 5 2 71.6 2 7. 5 42 5.5 1939 1939 1,450 15,622 1100 17,516 14735 1,037 12,822 3:213 73.2 27.0 36.9 1.2 56.2
3115 9, 160.14 1 a 3.5 10,600 3 ,181 703 191 3,004 5814 '0.0 51.4 23.5 40.3 1940 oChonapeakese hion 940 3,116 39,285 33.9 966 6.6 141546 12,306 2,811 24,554 12,'0' 59.1 296 501 24.5 41.5
3,110 3,809 281 5,377 2,203 8o 4,t493 a 601 102.6 0.3 149.0 14.9 39.9 1939 1939 3,110 29,338 906 31,330 10,9143 2:755 21,575 6:25 2 68.9 34.9 50.7 27.5 39.9
2,191 7,443 91.6 136 11.0 712 2,636 521 4,714 2,276 60.14 33.7 55.9 22.3 36.9 1940 Norfolk & Western 1940 2,191 31,276 33.1 609 8.5 32,808 10,083 2,060 18,725 10,435 57.1 30.7 53.8 22.3 39.0
2,191 3,885 152 14,256 1,972 420 3,611 280 84.9 46.3 54.6 31.0 36.6 1939 1939 2,191 23,500 561 214,904 8,422 1,663 16064 6,168 64.5 33.8 52.4 25.5 39.6
2:6 3 4:810,:111 ,631 097 836- 1,9397.239 14: 56,2 1. 29, .







5,101 3,1 9 6.1 892 16.2 4,465 1,377 171 35260 3,526 62 S o anthCoast Line -940 5,102 12,804 1.7 415 18.5 44 ,03 680 14,324 1 3 7. 2. 3. 5.
5:117 313680- 684,51143 532142
5,107 3,31 768 4,69 1,092 172 3,092 583 672. 23.9 3. 3 54. 1939 1939 5,108 13,023 3,40 18,620 ,32 70o4 12,970 2 69.7 24.9 35.7 36.7 52.7
1,71 1,108 11.3 100 8.4 1,368 452 73 1,178 24 86.1 33.0 38.4 14 4 50.3 1940 Central of Georgia. ..3 1940 1871 ,251 5. 456 11.1 5,6 1,810 285 4, 40 39 3. 38. 44. 5.
1,871 996 92 1,24 440 71 1:128 4 90.4 35.3 39.0 45. 49.8 19391939 1,871 4,037 1410 5,77 1,39 .281, 7 O ..8 3.14. 40.5
949 6,12 2.0 676 11 63 2,, 4 56 6 9 555 82.0 36.0 43.9 38.9 47.5 194 o Illinois Central ..... 194o 4,949 27,015 7.4 3090 2.4 326 10,307 25,265 4180 77.4 31.6 40.8 39.1 50.5
4,949 6, 683 7,60 2,431 50 5,9 1,082 753 30.9 41.1 38.2 50.7 1939 1939 4,949 25,159 3,019 30,781 9,574 2214 23,713 3957 77.0 31.1 39.4 51.1
4 8:71 6 707 4 5 466d 2 7,689 2,65 362 5,743 1,379 74.7 34.6 46.3 34.2 45.7 1940 Louisville & Nashville.. ..... .1940 4,871 2796 19.0 2,118 6.4 31,47 11,183 1,441 24,103 4,761 76.6 35.6 46.4 35.2 45.9
490 4739 482 5,773 2,192 361 ,89 239 848 38.0 44.8 39.4 .4 1939 199 4 17 2295 1990 978 936 1:444 20:91 3:560 77 .
4,31A4 3,066 3.9 699 19.2 4,146 1,3141 196 3,315 376 80.0 32.3 40.4 37.7 1.471 1940 Seaboard Air Line 1940 4,314 12,546 8.1 3,573 23.3 17.707 5,335 770 13,583 2,096 76.7 30. 1 39.3 36.8 47.9
4,231722 6957 597O189 A2 8 32:,O*983 70 8 9






4,317 2,952 587 3,928 1,231 3 3 3147 78.5 31.3 39.9 37.4 47.7 1939 1939 4,317 11,603 2898 16039 5040 12504 1504 78.0 3 6.5 46.9
6,249 654 101 827 2,48 294 5,814 1,482 70.7 30.2 42.7 34 48.8 1940 Southern 194 o 6,601 28,061 9.8 28207 53 3539 10187 1,176 2,92 5,761 71 3. .5
727 57,639 2,28 291 5,447 1,302 71.3 29.9 41.9 35. 149.7 1939 1962,,n7...............1... ....... ..... ...1-- 5,762 9 7: 931 9.7185 1,o137 2 ;5 5,082 71. 27.7" 491 91.9" 5.
,5 1,114 2o 4 15.5 1,2 3026 0 77 74.4 27.6 37.1 40.3 54.1 94 Y azoo & Mississippi Valley ............... 14,611 4,276 10.1 204 d 4.2 4,786 1,176 157 3,1 72.7 3
1,619 86,1] d64 _6.57 1,00/5 276 36 790 )618 78.6 27.5 35.0 44. 5.0 19039 19a82iC t 3.............................. 1O 9 3,82 21 -- 1147 153. : 0 6 3,28 39 71.65 5
1 7.13 3,277327 74.7


$* 'Ne railway operating Inoeae" is derived from "Railway operating Income', modified by debitl and oredits ariseing from "qulpment rental and 'Joint facility rent'.
" Percent Increase computed on units of dollars.
Includes Boston & Albany, lessor to Ne w York Central.
SDeficit or other referee items.
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] Pa INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION

BUREAU OF STATISTICS



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


APRIL, 1940


FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL, 1940 AND 1939 FOR FOUR MONTHS ENDED WITH APRIL, 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 eating Average Depreci- railway ating
of road Per- Per- All ation in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All stion in- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- eluded ating (per- Oper- Ope Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- cluded Total eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) ating eating atig eating operated in- in- nance in pre- income cent) eating ating 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 penses nues penses
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) ) (J (k) (1) () (n) (o) (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:
8,327 i4,75 10.9 765 a 8.4 *6$,505 $2,496 $11 $ 5,816 a9.4 8 2.9 48N.3 .48.4 1940 Chicago & North Western------- 19-40 8,327 *19,8-1 9.2 $3,278 1.8 $26,189 $9,649 $1,649 $23,462 a d 746 $9.6 36. 4 .1 4
872 4 5 35 6,030 2,586 5,770 9 .8 5 46.5 1939 1939 8,380 18,13 3,221 24,15 9,338 1,653 22,420 a 1.21 92.8 38.7 41.7 .0
1,502 1,300 3.4 35 a 1.8 1,437 423 47 1,076 6 74.9 29.4 39.3 377 50.3 1940 Chicago Great Western.--..........--..- ...... 1940 1,502 5,182 2.0 149 6. 5,7 1,753 187 4,478 163 78.o 30.5 39.2 39.6 50.9
1,505 1,257 2 1,398 400 45 1,050 75 75.2 28.6 38.1 38.5 51.3 1939 1939 1,505 5,079 160 5630 1,701 180 4:376 144 77.7 30.2 38.9 39.6 51.0
7193,7o 0. 4: 90 hcg, iwuee t au aifc 14 l,9 8,4 107 67.75o
10,882 7,217 11.1 504 7.7 8,:525 3209 9 7,04 418 82.6 376 45.6 38.2 6.2 1940 Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul & Pacific. 190 10,8 28,9 110 2,286 1.1 34,421 10,818 1,965 26791 3,314 77.8 31. 40. 39. 0.7
10,942 6,:495 547 7,811 3,079 480 ,801 d 6 87.1 39.4 45.3 40.4 46.4 1939 1939 10,942 26,072 2,260 31,267 10,781 1,928 26,139 792 83.6 3.5 41.2 41.7 499
1,629 1,036 2.3 109 12.3 1,235 438 47 1,159 d a 12 93.8 35.4 378 50.0 53.3 1940 Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha0 1940 1,629 4,446 6.1 472 16.6 5,273 1,626 18 4,720 3 89.5 30.8 31.5 50.5 6
1,629 1,013 97 1,200 373 48 1,093 91.1 31.1 34.1 51.5 5 .5 1939 1939 1,629 4,190 1 405 ,928 1,483 194 4;526 t 494 91.9 30.1 32.8 53. 58.2
,2069 5,808' 15.9 249 d 13.4 6,'551 151 38 4,4760 969 72.7 32.8 45.2 32.8 45.2 1940 Great Northern..--..--.-.... ...--....-......... 1940 8,069 20,370 12.2 1,102 d 7.4 23,370 7,858 1,225 18,396 1,714 78.7 33.6 1 2.7 37.6 47.8
8,072 5,012 288 5,729 1,904 309 4405 528 76.9 33.2 43.2 35.9 46.7 1939 1939 8,072 18,18 1,189 21083 7,20 1,235 1778 64 8.2 35.2 41.8 87
1:7 ,1 :2 0 32 .91 9 .1t20 1.235 17,78 45.7
4,285 1,50 15.6 d 140 2 755 102 1,814 60 84.0 35:0 41.6 141.8 49.8 194o Minneapolis. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie..- 1940 4,285 1,2 181 22 8,270 2,7477 49 18 87 3.2 37 52
4,290 1,87 1:0 730 102 1,753 d__123 92.0 3 41.6 15.9 149.9 5 1939 2 1 22 :136 20 405 1 0 37
1939311359 9 1939,290o2917 6 2,702 440 : d 79437.9 39.5 50.0 52.1
6,720 11,790 19.2 2440 a 3,6 4 ,1926 282 14,225 929 77.8 3.j1. 311___2
6,7210 1,01'79 19.2 9 6 7 1,9 282 4,1225 7929 7.8 5 6 1 4 3.9 19410 Northern Pacific- ........................... 194o 6,720 16,747 .9 99 a 2.0 19,368 6,766 1,118 15,933 2,4 82.3 34.9 1 2.5 38.6 469
6721 4 249 ,677 1900 22 4,122 2716 46.1 37.9 43.0 1939 1939 6,721 14,581 1,009 17:202 6:565 1129 15666 37 91.1 38.2 41.9 26 46.8
959 d 3.2 2 Central Western Region:
959 806 2 204 5.7 1,195 424 22 1,062 d 116 88.9 35.5 39.9 3.6 191 1940 Alton 194o110o---- --- ..- 14 959 3.446 4.1 848 6.3 5,062 1,531 86 4,207 o189 83.1 30.3 36.1 143.7 52.5
959 833 192 1,222 407 21 1,054 a 86.2 33.3 38.6 43.1 49.9 1939 1939 959 3,311 798 4,838 1,371 86 3,949 2 81.6 28.3 3.7 3.9 53.8
13,414 10,61 18.2 1,261 1.7 13,029 5,482 986 11,009 805 84.5 42.1 :9.8 35.9 42.5 1940 Atchison. Topeka & Sante Fe a/_............. 1940 13,417 38,189 9.5 5,329 6.6 48,131 19,192 3,931 41,021 2,215 85.2 39.9 6.8 38. 45.1
13,465 8,984 1,243 11,311 Z,546 986 9,859 230 87.2 4o0.2 6.1 39.9 45.7 1939 1939 13,470 34,863 5,000 43,993 17,:495 3:,944 38,644 223 87.8 39.8 45.3 40.7 3
, 7 25 66 60 7174 6 439 5895 201 22 35.7 435 8.7 47.1 194 Chicago. Burlington & Quincy....................... 1940 9,004 24,08 5.8 2,500 .9 29,861 9,032 1,737 22,910 2,67 76.7 30.2 39.3 51.2
7,931 5,635 ,02 7027 2,:660 433 5,891 413 83.8 37.9 45.2 8.5 45.9 1939 1939 8,936 22,754 2,177 28,272 8,920 1,729 22,o4o 191 78-0 31.6 .5 39.0 50.0
7,909 4952 5.9 601 2.2 6,i106 2,026 3S 4,961 243 81.2 33.2 40.8 3-8.7 147.6 1940 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific.................. 1940 7,878 19,713 3.2 2,575 6.3 24,580 7,733 1,372 20,121 898 81.9 31.5 38. 40.8 49.9
7,862 4,675 588 5,808 2,105 341 5,117 a 230 88.1 36.2 41.1 42.5 48.2 1939 1939 7,889 19,111 2,121 23,718 7,887 1,372 20,038 290 84.5 33.3 39.1 41.7 49
2,554 1,'629 8.2 106 a 4.2 1,24 7 l2o41 1,'617 a 67 88.6 43.4 49.0 36.4 41.o. 194o Denver & Rio Grande Western..................----- 194o 2,554 6,691 7.8 391 5.3 7460 307 115 6,49o a 81 87.0 40.8 46.9 37.7 3.
2,555 1,505 i 1,712 866 101 1,650 196 96.4 50.6 52.5 37.4 38.8 1939 1939 2,561 6,208 372 6,943 2,92 6,133 88.3 42.2 7.7 37.8 42.8
8,642 11,821 16.5 1,333 1 4.7 14,240 ,197 547 11,01 1,176 77.5 29.5 38.0 39.3 50.8 1940 Southern Pacific Company b/8 2................. .194o 8,642 1,065 12.6 700 6. 4 116,323 2,189 3039 3,396 79.6 30.2 7.9 4o.5 50.9
8,657 10,14 1,582 12,890 3,669 535 9,964 1,0o9 77.3 28.5 36.8 39.6 51.2 1939 1939 8,657 39,120 ,09 9,621 14,8862 2,149 39,479 2,975 79.6 30.0 37.7 40.3 50.7
9,889 10,018 4.2 1,170 a 6.9 12,299 3,698 620 9,182 1,092 74.7 30.1 40.3 34.6 46.4 1940 Union Pacifici .190....3................---------- 19- 9,89 39,412 5.2 4,621 d4.4 48,285 13,965 2,517 36,00 4,279 74.6 38.8 36. 8.8
9,901 9,639 1,257 12,001 3,647 612 9,178 707 76.5 30.4 39.7 36.0 47.0 1939 1939 9,903 37:475 4,640 46,22 13,683 2:97 35,241 3: 177 76.2 29. 38.8 37.1 48.6
3a242,4511 170Southwestern Region: 722 1. .01-0.
_29 1 .o7'63 d 127 d 6o 2,145 765 101 1.:760 40 82.1 30.5 37.2 10.1 489 19 Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines .........................8 1.1 2,517 402 5 22 81.3 29.3 36.0 41.3 08
S 17317 d60611. 194191 3,91 g7,08 o6 d11 64 d81.2 8,603 56,995,1:
3,294 1 167 2,209 73 i1I 1,8141 7 83.4 33.2 39.8 39.1 146.9 1939 1939 3,294 7,167 6 8,715 2,859 445 7,310 ,5 83.9 32.8 39.1 4i0.0 7.7
7'146 5,'326 4.9 428 9.0 6,378 2,345 3 5,286 2 82 2.9 36.8 444 38.2 1 16.1 194o40 Missouri Pacific ............ --1 7,1146 22,970 7.2 1,708 12.2 27,167 9,081 1,497 21,724 2,064 80.0 33. 41.8 39.0 48.7
7173 5,075 392 6,02 2,351 363 5,271 29 87.0 38.8 44.6 4.1 46.1 1939 1939 7,173 21,124 1,523 25,217 8,885 1,452 20,717 1,089 82.2 35.2 12.9 39.2 17.7
1,936 1,785 1.6 175 d 5.2 2,159 675 101 1,562 35 72.4 31.2 43.2 32.5 1440 1940 Texas & Pacific.................................................. 194o0 1,936 7,197 1.7 700 d .8 8,661 2,575 404 6,106 1.511 70.5 29.7 2.2 31.9 45.3
1,936 1,758 185 2,122 670 100 1,531 31 72.2 31.6 43.7 31.8 a4.1 1939 1939 1,936 7,079 706 8,477 2,573 4oo 6,078 1,329 71.7 30. 2.3 32.5 453
4 8172095939 21 d .2 4 423,072 .9: :5.5.
814 2,8'95 3.9 251 a 2.2 3'172 1,3'82 254 3,107 927 89.5 39.8 144.5 41.0 45.8 194o St.. Louis-San Francisco .... .................. 190 4,818 11,823 5.1 1,011 2.6 14,158 5,5242 1,014 12,660 290 89.4 39.1 3.8 41.8 46.7
4,843 2,785 257 3,363 1.394 256 3,066 da 19 91.2 41.4 45.5 41-0 115.0 1939 1939 4,843 11,254 986 13,L85 5,623 1,025 12,288 a 72 91.1 11.7 45.8 40.6 14.6
13.:41o95 519: 1,3 12,288 d 72 91.1 41-
90 a26.1 36 97 a_ 102.8 37.7 36.7 1:3 49.9 19 140 St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas.............. 194o 17 82 a 12.0 1 a 19.9 402 150 412 a 42 102.5 37.2 36. 50.5
121 __ 9- 108 84 102459 151 7 ___
37 108 a .5 29.3 34.7 2 52.2 1939 1939 27 434 2 459 151 49 91. 32.9 36.
1,69 1,488 d 2.4 24 6.2 12,578 60 53 1,269 45 80.4 38.1 47. 31.6 39. 19140 St. Louis Southwestern Lines ..................... 194o 1,680 6,239 5.6 90 5.5 6,589 1,967 211 4,705 882 71.4 29.9 1.8 7 .5
1,700 1,525 23 1,608 516 51 1,170 183 72.7 32.1 :4.1 30.8 2.4 1939 1939 1,701 5,910 86 6,238 2,039 206 4,750 489 76.2 32.7 42.9 33.3 43.8
41 3,136 7. 291 8.0 3,2 1,21 107 2,834 348 76.0 33.6 441.1 34.6 44.2 1940o Texas & New Orleans............ ...........-- 194o -1 ,4116 12,692 7.5 1,088 8.5 14,95 1,774 57 11,161 1,488 74.6 31. 42.83
4il 2,91o 2o3,: 6 11o 12 ,8 8 7b ]] 4 3.1 3 3 0 5
2707 122 2,687 283 77. 33. 43.1 3.2 44.3 1939 1939 4.16 11,810 1,003 13.946 4 3 482 10,552 1,305 75.7 31. 1.7 3.5
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Percent increase oomputed on units of dollar.
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