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U.8. DEP TORy OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAIL


Statement No. M-15I
MAY 1940


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FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1940 AND 1939 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 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 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- cluded Total ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) eating eating eating ating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) eating eating eating sting
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) (a) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (s) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (aa) (bb) (cc) (dd) (se)
(Money items in thousands of dollars)** (Money items in thousands of dollars)**
:199,85$4 249,149 16.1, 28,273 a 6.7 *304,47 $97,77035 15,507 226,642 $39,01 74.5 32.1 43.1 35.7 47.9 1940 Total-Roads listed herein.. ....................... 1940 199,991 $1,198,271 13.4 150,888 0.3 ,1.470,776 ,463,28 $76,71 1,118.107 ,166,884 76.0 31.5 41.4 37.7 4.6
200,516 214,788 30293 269,946 90.095 15,25 213,000 21,350 78.9 33-4 42.3 38.1 48.3 1939N 1939 200,598 1057069 150:411 1322659 427448 7594 1039301 108074 78.6 32.3 4, 38.8 49
New England Region:
1,910 2,843 1.6 470 d 8.9 3,804 1,079 121 2,789 509 73.3 28.4 38.7 39.0 53.2 1940 Boston & Maine- ....... .. ... ... 1940 1,910 13,943 4.5 2,739 d 1.6 19,107 5,417 605 14,306 2,194 74.9 28.3 37.9 40.8 54.5
1,939 2,798 515 3,777 1,084 129 2,829 410 74.9 28.7 38. 40.0 53.4 1939 1939 1,946 13:342 2,783 -18,533 5:136 64 13,:847 1:963 74.7 27.7 37.1 41.1 55.
1,863 4,035 .1 1,906 a 11.4 6,648 2,039 277 5,159 52 77.6 30.7 39.5 38.9 50.2 1940 New York, New Haven & Hartford ..... ... 1940 1,867 19,602 3.9 10,220 1 3.5 33,273 9,674 1,376 25,430 2,067 76.4 29.1 38.0 39.8 52.1
1,877 4,031 2,151 6,867 2222 280 5,297 1 77.1 32.4 41.9 37.6 48.8 1939 1939 1,881 18:861 10,589 32,859 9,528 1,411 24,676 2,540 75.1 29.0 38.6 90 51.9
gi~ 81.0 2,145 03 84 1 7 133 .9 8.1Great Lakes Region:
46 2,067 3-5 3 21.0 2204 670 16 454 2 30.4 42 352 49.4 194o0 Delaware & Hudson. .................. 1940 846 9,794 6.8 4 9.2 10,608 3,162 439 7,768 1,948 732 29.8 40.7 37.5 51.2
831 1,99 2145 603 84 1 433 79 28.1 41. 339 50.0 1939 1939 831 9171 9,990 2,661 423 7,036 2,036 70.4 26.6 37.8 37.2 52.8
99 3,30? .5 510 7.5 4,279 1,101 208 3,254 570 76.0 2.7 33.8 43.8 7.7 1940 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western....-- 19490 995 16,90 7.2 2 8 3.1 21,521 54 1,011 16,812 2,220 78.1 2.8 33.0 46.2 .
,o9 270 76.0 2.571632,585-57-71,01
98 3551 4,297 958 203 3,156 37 73.4 2.3 30.4 45.2 1.5 1939 1939 9 15,56 2:669 20,57 992 1,017 15,795 2140 77.2 24.4 31.6 46.5 60.2
2,268 5,779 8.5 365 3.7 6,641 1,842 307 4,838 987 72.9 27.7 38.1 38.3 52.6 1940 Erie (including Chicago & Erie).......... 1940 2,268 28,835 8.2 1,816 1.5 32,858 9,327 1,514 24,582 3,990 74.8 28.4 37.9 39.7 53.0
2,290 5,325 379 6,205 1,890 306 4,829 559 77.8 30.5 39.1 40.4 51.9 1939 1939 2,290 26,648 1,845 30,:698 9,039 1,532 23,341 3,382 76.0 29.4 38.7 39.7 52.2
1,029 1,814 22.5 69 d 8.0 2,010 630 98 1,525 268 75.8 31.3 141.3 387 51.1 19140 Grand Trunk Western ... ..... ....... 194o 1,029 9,05 21.3 344 d 3.1 10,1424 3,180 495 7819 1,530 750 30.5 40.7 39.2
1,029 1,481 75 1,674 583 97 1,420 55 824.8 34.8 41.1 42.5 50.2 1939 1939 1:031 7:752 355 8,720 2:978 485 7:343 386 84.2 34.2 40.6 43.4 51.5
1,277 3,454 d 3.2 155 5.6 3,864 923 173 2,755 636 71.3 23.9 33.5 41.4 58.1 194o Lehigh Valley... .............. 1940 1,281 17,163 2.0 779 3.0 19126 4,576 871 14,080 2,297 73.6 23.9 32.5 43.7 59.3
1,283 3,567 164 3,961 955 177 2,84 677 71.8 24.1 33.6 41.7 58.1 1939 1939 1,283 16,819 803 18,741 4,47 886 13,478 2,959 71.9 2.2 3 2.3 42.5 59.1
10,986 21,568 25.8 4,319 7.6 29,494 9,610 1,330 22,557 2,8714 76.5 32.6 42.6 37.8 49.5 194O New York Central a/ ............. ... 1940 10,991 106,7 45 17.7 22,873 d 2.2 145,451 45,979 6,627 112,806 12,465 77.6 31.6 40.8 39.7 51.2
11,043 17,1146 ,672 25,343 7,835 1,324 19,642 1,688 77.6 30.9 39.9 39.6 51.1 1939 1939 11043 906o98 23,385 129,274 41,670 6,598 102,287 6,234 79.1 32.2 40.7 0.0 50.5
1,75 3,289 9.8 47 d 31.0 3,4149 999 132 2,568 383 74.4 29.0 38.9 38.3 51.4 1940 New York, Chicago & St. Louis. 1940 1,705 17,616 15.2 278 11.3 18,437 4913 662 12,989 2,743 70.5 26.6 3.8 37.2 52.8
1,704 2,995 68 3,171 834 130 2,259 431 71.3 26.3 36.9 37.6 52.7 1939 1939 1,704 15:295 313 16,134 :4,211 656 11,447 2,298 71.0 26.1 36.8 37.5 52.8
731 2; 22]16.7 261 932 188 2,082 9214. 141471'2
2,114 2,434 22.3 83 1617 2,651 932 197 2,02 2184 78.5 35.1 44.7 17.2 47.4 194o Pere Marquette 194o 2,114 12,615 19.6 336 d J. 13,Z73 4,478 954 10.390 1,70 76.6 33.0 43.1 7.7 49.2
26115 1,99063 2.179 819 197 1,886 5 86.- 37.6 43.- 1.5 147.9 1939 1939 2,115 10,551 339 11,62 4,070 988 9, 74 82.6 35.5 43.0
233 1,760 75.8 36 d .7 1,853 681 182 1,318 524 71.1 36.8 51.7 28.5 40.1 194O Pittsburgh & Lake Erie -........ 1940 233 8,013 46.8 205 2.9 8,482 4,068 912 7,364 1,415 86.8 48.0 55.3 32.6 3.5
233 1,002 36 1,078 499 187 1,028 110 95.4 46.3 48.5 39.0 40.9 1939 1939 233 5,458 199 5,883 3,004 935 5,809 410 98.7 51.1 51.7 38.5 39.0
2,409 3,166 2.7 171 7.8 3,60o4 1,118 180 2,863 183 79.4 31.0 I 39.1 39.6 49.9 194o Wabash-------------- 1914 2,409 16,129 6.1 937 1.5 18,450 5,522 899 14,620 996 79.2 29.9 37.8 41.0 51.7
2,410 3,083 185 3,518 1,150 179 2,867 97 81.5 32.7 40.1 40.0 49.0 1939 1939 2,410 15:196 923 17,352 5,317 893 13,94 507 80.4 30.6 38.1 41.0 51.1
Central Eastern Region:
6,381 13,008 32.8 820 8 6.9 14,753 4,288 603 10,497 2,959 71.2 29.1 40.9 34.1 48.0 194o Baltimore & Ohio.... 1940 6,382 59,951 21.5 3,814 d 2.3 67,865 21,506 2,990 51968 9,536 76.6 31.7 41.4 37.3 4.7
6,398 9,7914 881 11,509 3:,873 597 9,386 877 81.6 33.7 41.3 39.3 48.1 1939 1939 6:,403 49,:362 3.905 57:030 18,056 2.,993 45:186 5'4 79.2 31.7 4.0 39.0 9.2
710 2,35 8.7 322 10.3 2,838 921 117 2,225 69 78.14 32.5 41.4 40.6 51.8 194o Central of New Jersey 194 710 11,860 13.4 1,631 14392 4,338 585 11,026 415 76.6 30.1 9.2 41.6 54.2
7118,6 325 41.4 14o7.6056 19.4o2.5Central 0f New Jersey 19O4710 11 ,60 13.2 16i1 1 76 6.3o..
711 2,148 359 2,685 731 117 2,056 66 76.6 27.2 35.6 44.2 57.7 1939 1939 712 lo:46o 1:691 13:022 3,714 584 9,981 202 76.7 28.6 37.2 42.9 55.9
924 910 .4 108 1.2 1,190 398 51 1,0o14 8 1 446 85.2 33.4 39.2 41.9 49.2 194o Chicago & Eastern Illinois ... .... 1940 924 4,877 2.7 629 8.1 6.272 1,941 252 5,169 33 82.4 30.9 37.6 41.9 50.8
927 907 107 1,176 407 50 1,006 a 7 85.6 34.6 40.5 41.3 148.3 1939 1939 927 4.747 582 6,115 1:896 247 5.000 32 81.8 31.0 37.9 41.1 50.3
390 1,10 23.3 1,459 412 83 1,031 266 70.6 28.2 40.0 39.0 2.3 1940 Elgin. Joliet & Eastern ...................... 1940 390 6,757 15.4 7,8673 2.,135 396 5479 1.347 69.6 27.1 39.0 39.3 56.5
390 948 1,112 452 80 979 a 214 88.0 40.6 46.1 42.7 48.5 1939 1939 390 5:854 6,651 2,098 405 4,920 863 714.0 31.5 42.7 38.4 52.0
379 597 1.0 1,331 8 15.8 2,019 562 98 1,570 4 7 4 77.8 27.9 35.8 147.5 61.2 194o Long Island......... 1940 379 2,878 1.0 5875 d 6.0 9,173 2,848 487 7781 690 84.8 31.0 36.6 51.2 60.4
383 591 1,580 2,270 556 98 1,695 7 74.6 24.5 32.8 48.1 64.5 1939 1939 383 2,849 6,251 9,551 2,888 490 8,003 g8 83.8 30.2 6.1 51.3 61.2
10,270 28,942 30.6 5,146 6.4 37,683 10,503 2,319 25,691 6,900 68.2 27:.9 40:.9 35.0 51.4 194 o Peunylvania..... ............... .... 1940 10,270 136,667 20.2 28,153 1.5 180,807 53,953 11,167 130,946 28,147 72.4 29.8 41.2 37.2 51.3
10,289 22,158 5,496 30,688 9,079 2,272 23,053 3,553 75.1 29.6 39.4 39.3 52.3 1939 1939 10,289 113,710 27,740 155,771 47,812 10,948 116,574 21,159 74.8 30.7 41.0 38.1 50.9
1449 4,468 11.9 242 11.5 4,936 1,321 258 3,394 1,045 68.8 26.8 538.9 3.7 54.8 1940 Reading. 194o 1,450 22.408 14.2 1 304 8 5.0 24,897 6,752 1,296 17,640 4,833 70.9 27.1 38. 39.4 55.6
1450 3,993 274 4,4 1,091 259 3,210 947 71.9 24.4 34.0 42.6 59.2 1939 1939 1:450 19,615 1,373 21,979 5,825 1,296 16,032 4,1 72.9 26.5 36.3 41.4 56.8
3,115 11:' 9318.3 1209 31414Pocahontas Region:
3,115 1,2 93-1 29 8. 12091 2,12 6,3148 4,146 52.5 26.2 50.0 22.1 42.2 1940 Chesapeake & Ohio ..1940 ,116 50,562 4.7 1,262 7.0 53,637 15,478 3,514 0,902 16,449 57.6 28.9 50.1 24.0 41.6
6,110 5, 27 6,398 2,13 4,812 813 75.2 36.6 48.7 31.0 41.2 1939 1939 3,110 35,178 1,180 37,728 13,285 3:441 26:,387 7063 69.9 35.2 50.3 28.1 40.2
2 9,:53293 36 17 89 20423 42 .5 5 20 Norfolk & Western-. ........ ............1940 211,1 .59
78.3 790 3,012 53.8 29.7 55-2 20.3 3781 1940 N194 2191 39,820 40.8 745 7.1 41,711 12.726 2:583 23,515 13.4417 56.4 30.5 541 21.9 38:8
2,191 791 134 5,139 1,924 Z25 3,724 730 72.5 37. 51.7 28.5 39.4 1939 1939 2:191 2,,291 95 30 1046 2,089 19788 6897 9 52. 26.0 9.5
Southern Region:
5,101 2,928 8.9 458 11.4 3,824 1,380 172 3,349 8 14 87.6 36.1 41.2 43.2 49.3 1940 Atlantic.Coast Line 1940 5102 15732 .1 1 4,773 17.8 22,868 6,68 852 17,673 1,349 77.3 29.2 37.8 39.5 51.1
5,107 3,213 411 4,095 1,172 172 3,086 277 75.4 28.6 38.0 39-7 52.7 1939 1939 5,108 16:236 4,051 22,715 5,804 876 16:057 2:772 70.7 25.6 36.1 37. 52.7
1,871 1120 14.11 94 11.8 1,363 470 71 1187 36 7.0 34.5 9:6 142.""9 ?49.-3 1940 Central of Georgia. ..... ................... 1940 1,871 5,371 5.0 54 11.2 6,719 2,280 356 5,926 75 88."2 33.9 38.5 44. 0.3
if 411 5W: 11 7 511 6751 97 7 3:-
1,871 1,076 84 1,337 461 71 ,4 57 85.3 34.5 40.4 41.4 48.5 1939 1939 1:871 5113 494 6:415 2,200 355 5,627 151 87.7 34.3 39.1 43 4
4,949 6,247 3.6 619 6.3 7,3 2,847 52 6,350 74 83.6 3 449.5 1 46.8 194o Illinois Central ................................ 194 49 33,263 6.6 3 .8 4022 13,154 26 615 32
149.99 ,3? 3. 37.5 3:0940228 13,51 2, 6563, 14,551 78.6 327 11.6 39.1 29.7
4,949 6,030 661 7 2,537 546 597 34 80.5 34.1 42.4 9.4 49.0 39 9 1939 4949 31,189 3,6 38:222 12,111 2,7 29,:701 4,591 77.7 31.7 40.8 394 50.7
4,71 7,379 37.3 432 .1 8,306 2,779 367 ,922 1,631 713 331 46.9 32.5 4.6 194O Louisville & Nashville .. .............. 194 4,871 3.676 22.5 2.50 5.3 39.72 13.2 1,808 30,024 6,91 75.5 31
490 5,373 431 6,366 2,65 361 791 853 753 32 43.1 36.0 4.8 1939 1939 4,915 28:318 222 33,3 11:26 1,805 25,708 4 ;14 77.1 .3
4,314 3,044 3.7 446 22.3 3812 1,484 198 3.302 7 86.6 38.9 44.9 38.1 44.0 194o0 Seaboard Air Line......................................... 1940 4,314 15,591 7.2 4,019 23.2 21,520 6,819 968 16,885 2,169 78.5 31.7 40.4 37.0 4.2
4,317 2,936 365 3,633 1,377 180 3,071 142 84.5 37.9 44.8 37.4 44.3 1939 1939 4317 14,539 3,262 19,672 6,;147 895 15576 64 79.2 32.6 41.2 6.7 46.3
6 ,030 13.1 609 .4 8319 2:,607 294 5,977 1,369 71. 31.3 1 43.6 34. 48:1 194o Southern-.--.............................. .................... 1940 6,600 3.o91 10.4 3,429 4.2 ,41:859 12.7Z3 1,470 29969 :,129 71.6 30o.6 2.7 3.
6 612 7, 293 315 42.4 36. 49.0 1939 1939 6,681 51,771 3:289 38,4 9 11,53 1,43 27,75 ,1 72.1 30.0 41.7
1,608 122 17.3 64 25.5 1,64 45 44 898 250 65.8 25.3 38.4 35.0 53.2 1940 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley .............. 1940 1,610 5,498 11.7 268 1.6 6,150 1,521 201 4,379 707 71.2 24.7 34.7 40.1 56.
1,619 1,042 51 1,176 276 37 7914 188 675 23.4 34.7 7.6 55.8 1939 1939 1,619 24,924 264 5,584 1.22 191 4,081 515 73.1 25.5 34.9 41.0 56.2

'Not railway operating incomes I derived from "'Rallway operating Inoome', modified by debits and oredits ^rising from *Iquipmsnt rents" and 'Joint faollity rents.
e- Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
SIncludes Boston & Albany, lessor to Mew Yort Central.
SDeficit or other revert items.
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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS-Continued.


MAY 1940


FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, 1940 AND 1939 FOR FIVE MONTHS ENDED WITH MAY, 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 -- ---Pe- Depreci- railway atlng-- Average Depreci- railway eating
of road Per- Per- All alien in- oper- ratio Region, road, and year miles Per- Per- All action in- oper- ratio
operated Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- clnded eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper- of road Amount cent Amount cent Total mainte- lauded Total eating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) atlng sting sting eating operated in- in- nonce in pre- income* cent) sting staing eating ating
of month crease crease ceding revs- ex- reve- ex- crease crease cediog reve- ex- reve- ex-
column noes penses nues penses column nues penises noes penises
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (o) (p) (q) (r) (a) (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 $5,697 8.7 *869 2.1 $7,331 $2,611 $411 $5,961 1674 81.3 35.6 43.8 38.6 47.5 1940 Chicago & North Western ...... ........... 1940 8,327 $25,528 9.1 $4,147 0.9 $33,520 12,260 $2,060 29,423 72 87. 36.6 41.7 43.7 49
8,369 5:243 8, 6,958 3,119 411 6,.393 312 93.2 45.5 48.8 ,0.1 43.0 1939 1939 9,378 23,V07 4,109 31,012 12,457 2,064 28,13 1.932 92.9 40.2 43.2 44.7 4.1
1,502 1,309 d -.7 29 1,439 425 47 1,079 83 75.0 29.5 39.4 38.1 50.9 194o Chicago Great Western ... ...-.......-- -- 1940o 1,502 6,491 1.5 178 d 9.9 7,182 2,178 234 5,557 247 77.4 30.3 39.2 39.3 50.9
1,505 1,318 29 1:449 428 45 1,080 99 74.6 29. 39.6 37.3 50.1 1939 1939 1,505 6,397 19 7,077 2,129 224 5,6 243 77.1 30.1 39.0 39.1 50.8
10,882 7,414 6.8 528 d 5.3 8,959 4,026 499 7,9883 a9 136 88.0 44.9 51.1 36.4 41.4 194o Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific_ 1940 10,9883 36,358 10.1 2,814 d .1 43,390 14,944 2,464 34,673 3,179 79.9 34.2 42. 3.9 4.6
10942 6944 557 34 3629 4 7:452 193 9.3 43.5 4.7 39.8 43.4 1939 1939 10,942 33,016 2,17 39,61 14,409 2,411 33,591 599 4. 36.4 42.9 1.1 4.4
9" 1: 516 8194031,629W 5,60293 .9 8579 45 ,329 10127.5,919 4199 .3 9 31.74 55 495 5.
1,629 1,156 3.9 106 6.2 1,59 44 7 1,200 d 71 88.2 4.9 9.5 45.6 516 194o Chicago. St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha 194o 1,629 5,602 39 578 145 6,632 2,101 5,929 92 .0 32.3 35.15 5
1:629 1,203 100 1.:3 54 48 1.302 d 92.7 .2 3.3 45.1 8.7 1939 1939 1,629 5,393 505 6,331 2,047 2 5.928 92.0 32. 35. 5. 5.0
8,069 8,090 22.1 283 d 16.1 9,120 2,650 311 5,435 2,603 59.6 29.1 48.8 25.9 43.4 194o Great Northern ............. .... .............. 1940 8,069 28,46o 14.9 1,384 4 9.3 32,489 10,509 1,535 23,831 4,317 73.4 32.3 44.1 34.3 46.8
8,072 6,626 337 7,555 2,411 309 5,196 1,513 6. 31.9 46.4 29.5 42.9 1939 1939 8,072 24,774 1,527 28,638 9,831 1,544 22,943 1,577 890.1 34.3 42.9 37.9 47.4
4,293 2,399 18.9 60 d 20.9 2,653 937 102 2,041 383 377.0 35.3 45.9 35.9 46.7 194o Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie- 1940 4,294 9,831 18.3 292 d 13.6 10,923 3,684 511 9,12 491 83.6 33.7 4.3 43.1 51.5
4,290 2,019 76 2,273 939 102 1,900 131 83.6 36.9 44.2 39.9 47.8 1939 1939 4,290 9,309 339 9,409 3,542 509 8,749 d 664 93.0 37.6 40.5 47.5 51.1
6,720 ,49 7.8 265 3.3 5,75 1,927 292 4,267 1,168 74.1 33.5 45.2 32.9 44.2 194o Northern Pacific 4........ o 6,720 21,796 13.2 1,255 .9 25,126 8,693 1,401 20,19 3,593 0.4 34.6 43.0 37.2 46.3
6:721 4:693 257 5,384 2,114 282 4,483 591 83.3 39.3 47.2 35.2 42.3 1939 1939 6,721 19,263 1,266 22,586 ,679 1411 20,149 1,028 89.2 38.4 43.1 0.9 45.8
Central Western Region:
959 6 d 3.3 190 4.4 1,241 476 22 1,129 d 110 90.9 38.3 42.2 43.0 47.3 194o Alton -. -193o............ 9o 959 4,311 2.5 1,038 94.1 6,303 2,007 108 33 299 84.6 31.8 37.6 43.5 51.
959 894 199 1,280 393 21 1,o47 a 81.8 30.7 37.5 41.8 51.2 1939 1939 959 4,205 997 6,118 1,763 107 .,99 81.7 28.8 35.3 3.5 53.2
13,6414 10,499 97 1,391 178 0 13,073 5560 99 11218 632 5:0 42:5 4 3 7 Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe a/ -- 1940 13,417 496 9.6 6,720 5.4 61,205 24,752 4,930 2,240 2,947 95.4 1 40 47.4 3. 4.6
13,466 9,569 1,379 12,099 5,360 996 10,994 106 900 44.3 45.3 39.0 43-3 1939 1939 13,469 44 433 6,378 56,082 22,955 4,930 Z9,528 329 98.3 40.8 46.1 3 45.7
9,958 5 251 9.8.1 6289 10.1 7,o16 2,975 441 6,314 d4,, 90.0 42.4 47.1 39.3 ; 4.7 1940 Chicago. Burlington & Quincy 1940 8,994 29,629 2.9 3,129 9d1.5 36,877 12,009 2119 29,224 2,292 79.2 32.6 411 393
8,931 63 699 7:562 2,878 434 6,128 891.0 3891 47.0 35.7 440 .1939 ...1939 8,935 29,791 3,177 35,833 11,798 2,163 28, 16 2,319 79.6 32.9 4.9 38.3 4.7
7,909 5,095 15 5 .7 6,267 2,173 346 5,119 286 81. 34.7 42.4 38.5 47.2 1940 Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific 1940 7,884 24,808 2.8 3,146 5.3 30,947 9,906 1,719 25,240 1,184 91.-9 32.1 39.2 40.4 45.3
7,962 5,020 5 6,160 2,244 340 5,213 90 94. 36. 43.0 39.89 4.1 1939 939 7,883 24,130 2,989 29,878 10,130 1,712 25,252 380 84.5 33.9 0.1 41.4 4.9
2,554 1,00 4.6 84 6.0 1,902 983 104 1,696 9 d 62 9:.2 3 43.8 49: 36.9 41.4 194o Denver & Rio Grande Western .. .. 1940 2,391 7.1 475 5.4 9,361 3,0 519 ,185 146 97.4 41.4 47.4 37.6 43.0
2555 79 1,23 967 101 1:761 9 53.0 9 36.5 37.8 1939 1939 2 7,834 4 ,766 3,94 504 7,895 90.1 44.4 4.3 37.5 41.7
8,642 12,104 10.0 1,522 0 16 14,93 4,01 546 11,120 1,706 74.9 27.5 36.7 39.0 52.0 1940o Southern Pacific Company b/ 1940 ,642 56,169 12.1 7,222 8.8 68,940o 2,40 ,oo 2,735 4,158 5,102 78.6 29.6 37.7 40.2 51.1
68, 00,,4o .O 1,826 .- 1 4 .. 3 `07 l,U906873 .9o8,9461..4 29,.3
8:65 11:004 126 1407 3941 534 10:466 1621 74.4 27.3 36.7 38.3 51.5 1939 1939 8,657 50,124 7,920 63,688 18,727 2,683 49,944 4,596 78.4 29.4 37.5 39.9 50.9
9,889 10,09 9d 2.0 1,240 d 9.1 12,422 3,41 639 9,363 1,281 75.4 309 41.0 34.3 45.6 194o0 Union Pacific ........ ..1940 9,893 49,470 3.6 5,861 d 2.4 60,707 17,806 3,155 45,367 5,559 74.7 29.3 39.2 36.0 4.1
9,899 10,23 1-- 365 12,785 4,158 619 9,822 875 76.8 32.5 42.3 34.1 44.4 199 Southwestern Region: 1939 9,902 47,738 ,005 59,008 17,841 3,116 45,063 4,053 76.4 30.2 39.6 36.4 47.7
Sonthwestern Region:
3,293 1,796 d 1.3 146 13.3 2,167 681 97 1.792 29 82.7 31.4 38.0 4o0.9 49.4 194o Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines 1940 3,294 8,882 1.2 783 3.7 10,770 3,198 499 ,77 281 1.6 29.7 36.4 41.2 50.5
3,294 1,819 168 2,227 723 111i 1,854 5 83.3 32.5 39.0 39.8 47.8 1939 1939 3,294 8,987 813 10,942 3,582 557 9,164 49 83.8 32.7 39.1 40.0 47.7
7,146 5,579 3.0 379 d 2.9 6,664 2,429 374 5,431 434 81.5 36.4 44.7 37.5 46.o 194o Missouri Pacific.... 1940 7,146 28549 6.4 2,087 9.1 33,831 11,510 1,871 27,155 2,498 80.3 34.0 42.4 3.7 48.2
7,7 ,1 9 6 239 3' ,5 434 29,545 601 2,459....191 716 383 7,5 3.
7173 517 390 6,456 2,339 364 5,255 298 1. 36.2 44.5 37.5 46.1 1939 1939 7,173 26,841 1,913 31,672 11,224 1,16 25,971 1,377 82.0 35.4 43.2 38.8 47.4
1 1774 5.0 17 2.4 2147 661 101 1,557 369 72.5 30.9 42.4 33.0 45.5 1940 Texas & Pacific 1940 1,926 ,91 2.3 979 .2 10,809 3,236 505 7,663 1, 80 70.9 29.9 42.2 32.2 45.4
1,936 1,6897 17 2,05 641 100 1,502 308 73.5 31.4 42.7 33.1 45.1 1939 1939 1:936 9:76 1 10,522 3,215 500 7,581 1,636 72.0 30.6 42.4 32.6 45.3
4,814 2,936 d 4.r 213 d 20.0 3,470 1,341 254 3,043 87 87.7 38.6 44.1 40-.5 46.1 1940 St. Louis-San Francisco 1940o 4,817 14,759 3.0 1,224 d 2.2 17,628 6,883 1,268 15,704 376 89.1 39.0 43.8 41.5 46.6
4,:843 3,076 267 3,684 1,485 256 3,233 93 97.8 4o.3 45.9 39.3 44.7 1939 1939 4,843 14,329 1,252 17,168 7,108 1,281 15,522 21 90.4 41.4 45.8 4o.3 44.6
S4.9 34.0 114 4 96 14 3.6 299 3.7 42.6 50.9 194o St. Louis, San Francisco & Texas... 1940 18 491 10.5 2 d 23.4 517 184 508 156 98.3 35.6 36.2 49.7 50.5
1151 123 0108 9f9.0 32.3 43.7 43.89 .7 1939 1939 267 5452 582 190 527 90.7 32.7 36.1 45.3 50.0
1,649 1,535 6.8 23 9 4.1 1,627 551 53 1,213 182 74.6 33.9 45.4 30.6 41.o 194o St. Louis Southwestern Lines ...... 1940o 1,673 7,774 5.8 113 3.4 8,216 2,518 264 5,918 1,064 72.0 30.6 42.6 31.5 43.7
1.690 1,437 24 1,530 60o9 51 1,290 d 2 84.3 39.8 47.2 33.5 39.7 1939 1939 1,699 7,347 110 7.76 2,64 258 :,040 46 77.8 34.1 43.8 33.4 42.9
4,417 2,971 1.7 268 1.5 3,525 1,265 116 2,865 112 81.3 35.9 44.1 36.1 44.4 19g Texas & New Orleans. 1940 4417 15.662 5.6 136 7141 60574 14,026 1,600 75.9 32.7 43.1 34.2 45.1
4,416 3,021 264 3,54 1,16 122 2,71 335 75. 32.4 42.7 34.3 45.3 1939 1939 4416 14,831 1,267 17,531 5,563 605 13,270 1,640 75.7 31.7 41.9 34.5 45.5
U, S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1940-0245431

Net railway operating income' Is derived from 'Railway operating Income', modified by debits and credits arising from equipment t rents' and 'Joint facility rent'.
Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
a Includes Atchison, Topeka & Santa re, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fre.
Includes returns for Southern Pacific Steamship Lines.
Deficit or other reverse items.
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