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BUREAU OF STATISTICS



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


StMme No. M-150
SEPTEMBER 1940


FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. 1940 AND 1939 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER, 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 I Depreci- railway atlng 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 ating (per- Oper- Oper- Oper- Oper-
at close in- in- nance in pre- Total income* cent) eating ating ating ating operated in- in- nance in pre- income* cent) acting ating ating ating
of month crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column nuex penses nues penses
(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)
I (Money items in thousands of dollars)** (Money items in thousands of dollars) -e

199,728 $278,633 0.1 $34,216 d 30 $34O,479 $102,214 $15,611 $233,870 *65,041 68.7 30.0 43.7 33.0 48.o 140 Total-Roads listedherein.................................... 1940 199,911 $2,261,886 10.9 $293,275 d 1.9 $2,782,219 $875,826 *138,948 *2,055,o65 $376,669 73.9 31.5 42.6 35.9 4.6
200,401 278,319 35,282 340,566 96,951 15,234 226,542 75,322 66.5 28.5 Q.8 32.3 48.5 1939 1939 200,508 2,039,564 298,812 2,554,75 808,980 136,713 1,924,271 305,193 75.3 31.7 42.0 3b.7 14.7
New England Region:
1,910 2,826 5.0 625 1.8 ,971 1,098 120 2,795 642 0.4 27.7 9. 19 199 1,9 4.7 519 ,761 1,088 44 4,631 73.2 28.0 383 39.5 5.0
1,937 2,975 613 ,116 1,027 125 2,727 871 6.3 25.0 37. 3 1939 1939 1,9142 23,957 5:406 33,77 8,9 1,155 2,:403 4591 72.3 26.6 368 39.8 55.1
1,866 4t252 d, .6 2,451 d6.4 7194 2,004 279 5,119 1,190 o 683 e6.7 39-2 35.2 1.6 1940 New York, New Haven & Hartford..##.......... 1940 1,66 35,99 5.5 19,478 d 4. 6, 18,289 2,49 4649 496 75.2 3. 5.1
1,869 4,275 2,619 7,661 2,214 280 5,278 1,235 68.9 29.98 1. 9 33.8 9.0 1939 1939 1,874 3,114 20,399 60,652 18,619 2,531 45,:95 4628 75.6 0.7 37.9 50.1
Great Lakes Region:
g46 2,101 d 4.-1 104 19.7 2,320 661 97 1,528 6o4 65.9 28.52 43.3 32." 49.4 194o0 Delaware & Hudson-............--..--.-.................. 19410o 846 18,190 10.1 783 19.4 19,51 5,829 806 ,4 4,159 70.7 29. 1.5 35.6 50.4
847 2,205 129 2,419 644 83 1,528 643 63.2 26. 42.1 31. 50.0 1939 1939 838 16,517 972 18,248 5,072 758 12,791 3,689 70.1 27-8 39.7 36.1 51.5
99 327 d 118 546 d 3.6 4,263 1,177 207 3,230 574 D5.8 21.6 364 42.4 56 194o Delaware, Lackawanna & Westerna ................ 194o 995 29,475 6.9 4,809 3,315 10,398 1,84 29,87 410 78.0o 2.1 4 .8
99 368 566 4,715 1,175 202 3,298 938 9.9 2.9 35.6 39.6 56.6 1939 1939 98 27.571 4990 36,561 9517 1,27 250 3 78045.7
2,269 6,943 .2 376 d 8.5 7,740 2,136 305 5,350 1,419 69.1 27.6 39.9 36.0 52.1 1940 Erie (including Chicago & Erie).ff- 1940 2,268 54,701 9.5 3,455 d 4.6 62,433 17,595 2,735 45,425 9,069 72.8 29.2 38.7 39.2 52.5
2,290 6,829 411 .7547 2,166 306 5,256 1,599 67.8 27.9 41.2 34.4 50.7 1939 1939 2,290 49,969 3,622 57,987 17,161 2,756 43,274 7,197 714.8 29.6 39.7 39.5 515
1,029 1,193 10.6 81 .8 2,034 616 97 1,475 314 72.5 30.3 41.7 37.1 51.2 1940 Grand Trunk Western ........................... .. 1914o0 1,029 16,170 19.6 708 9.2 18,090 5,757 986 13,822 2,363 76.4 31.8 1.7 39.0 51.0
1,029 1,620 80 1,815 600 97 1,483 11 81.7 33.1 40.5 2.0 51.4 1939 1939 1,030 13,525 790 15,389 5,298 874 13,095 502 85.1 3.4 40.5 3.7 51.
1,269 3.96 1.9 184 15.9 4,014 974 172 2,738 786 68.2 24.3 35.6 38.2 56.0 1940 Lehigh Valley ...... .....-.......-- ........-... 1940 1,277 31,139 6.8 120 9.1 34,722 8,441 1561 2,076 4:909 72.2 24.3 33.7 9 58.1
1,282 3,665 219 4,127 976 175 2,767 953 67.1 23.6 353 38.2 56.9 1939 1939 1,283 29,150 1,73 32,2 8,21 1,586 2229 4,54 73.8 2. 33. 4. 5.
35.3 38. 56. 199 139 1 83 29,1o 167]32,812 8,211 73.86 25.0 33.9 57.5
10,984 23,232 2.2 4,863 a 9.2 31,863 9,928 1,337 23,090 4,560 72.5 31.2 43.0 35.7 49.2 1940 New York Central a/ .... 1940 10,988 195- 16.2 13,750 7 a 5 269,3014 85,122 11,962 20,13 27,637 75.8 31.6 1.7 3.1 50.3
11,027 22,723 5,359 31,738 8,880 1,324 21,570 6,338 6.0 28.0 41.2 34.2 5-.3 1939 1939 ,o4o0e 168,a2 4,244 243,192 76,084 11.900 195,560 21,350 76.3 31.3 41.0 38.3 50.2
1,705 3,765 d 2.1 86 8.1 3,973 1,022 132 2,557 796 64.4 25.7 40.0 32.5 50.4 1940 New York. Chicago & St. Louis.....940 1 ,705 31,893 11.1 602 7. j33.500 9,005 1,191 23,157 5,386 69.1 26.9 3.9 35.7 51.7
1,705 3,481 79 4,050 958 129 2,424 1,105 59.8 23.7 39.5 30.1 50.8 1939 1939 1,704 28,700 650 30,350 7,935 1,173 20,883 5.060 6. 26.1 39.0 35.6 51.7
2.11 2,569 d 1.5 70 3.3 2,816 912 186 2,046 416 72.7 32. 4 44.6 34.5 47.5 1940 Pare Marquette....... ..... 1940 2,114 21,935 13-.9 731 d3 _s2.2 24,036 8,156 1,700 18,545 2,617 77.2 33.9 4.0 37.1 .1
2,115 2,608 6 2,846 84 194 1,976 558 69.4 31.1 44.7 32.7 47.0 1939 1939 2,115 19,250 733 21,228 7,531 1,769 17.179 1,567 80.9 35.5 3.9 347.7
233 2,181 15.3 37 .9 2,277 872 190 1,554 639 68. 3 9-3 56.1 25.4 37.2 1940 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie....... .. ............. 1940 233 16.563 39.4 358 2.1 17,410 7,413 1,659 13.397 4,039 77.0 2.6 55. 2.9 37.6
233 1,892 37 1,991 898 187 1,50979 75.8 45.1 59.5 25.7 33.9 1939 1939 233 11,85 350 12,666 6,173 1,682 11,307 1,767 89.3 48.7 54. 33.1 37.1
2,409 3,o461 .6 197 2.3 3,946 1,137 181 2,9872 08 72.8 28.8 39:6 36.6 50.2 1940 Wabash-.... ................................ 1940 2,1409 29,266 5.2 1,7839 .6 33495 10,202 1,622 26,257 2,075 78.4 30.5 39.9 39.7 50.7
2,409 3,440 193 3,921 1,199 180 2,917 -r37 74.4 30.6 41.1 36.1 49.6 1939 1939 2,41o 27,815 1,779 31,859 9,839 1,612 25,293 1,330 79.4 30.9 39.9 40.0 50.4
Central Eastern Region:
6,382 114,13 3.0 9145 4 4.4 16,031 5,346 610 1,1,490 3,1142 71.7 6 33.3 46.5 32.2 1414.9 194o0 Baltimore & Ohio ....... ... 1940 6,382 115,602 18.4 7645 a 6. 130,818 1 42,319 5,429 8 97,750 21,05104 74.7 32.3 43.3 35.1 46.9
6,389 13,764 989 15,612 4,562 597 10,429 3,843 66.8 29.2 43.7 31.2 46.7 1939 1939 6,399 97,664 9,177 112,843 34,749 5,382 94,794 16,589 75.1 30.9 11.0 36.5 48.5
710 2,409 5.0 4o4 .4 3,007 971 110 2,23 200 14.3 32.3 43.5 373 50.2 194o Central of N Jersey.... 1940 710 21 12.7 3,2 3.3 26,355 8,2 1,032 20.1 857 76.6 31.2 40.7
71 0 2,534 403 3,137 824 117 2,08 466 5 3 45.3 263 40.2 34.9 53.5 1939 1939 711 1873 33 1 24,035 6,76 1:051 179 809 74.7 28.1 37.5 41.
40 06 26.35.,9913 711 19,973 : 1.5 79 g 776 ,]2 o :

925 1,072 d4 .2 110 d 9.1 1,339 3 50 9819 157 732 29 3.1 37.0 50.5 1940 Chicago & Eastern I1 inois. I........ ...... 194o 925 ,914 4.1 11141 7.1 11,413 3,500 9 80.
97 1,074 121 1,359 3 57 962 223 70.8 2 37.8 35.7 50.5 1939 1939 927 8,559 1,o66 11,003 3,3641 51.o
390 1,726 40.0 2,024 451 93 1,162 472 57.:4 22.3 38.8 32.9 57.3 1940 Elgin, Joliet & Eastern ......... ... ... 1940 390 13,166 30.0 15,520 3,85 765 10,031 3,196 64.6 25.0 3.7 36.7 56.
390 1,233 1,515 374 7 961 330 63. 24.7 38.9 35.9 56.5 1939 1939 390 10,129 11,903 3,784 714 8819 ,562 7.1 3. 42.9 3.5 51.9
379 654 12.0 1,585 a 5.6 2,360 505 98 1,534 256 65.0 21.4 32.9 41.6 64.0 194o Long Island... ... 1940 379 5,395 .5 12,511 .2 18,908 4,969 880 14,024 721 74.2 26.3 4 5.5 61.3
37 ,31 5278 ,92 l 32.9 Ln sad.. .. .............19410 379 39 5i8-5 12,721 7 ..
379 54 1,679 2,371 525 98 1,592 161 67.2 22.2 33.0 143.0 64.0 1939; 1939 382 1,974 13-24 19,177 4;990 83 4451 394 74.2 25.6 34.5 46.4 62.3
10,253 32,479 8.0 6,146 d 2 2 687 13,463 2,3 29,5896 7,889 69.3 31.5 45.5 33.2 147-9 1940 Pennsylvania. .. 1940 10,264 263,731 20.1 52,800 d ., 347,190 106,226 20,442 216,987 55,94 71.1 30.6 43.0 35. 49.7
10,289 30,o65 6,657 -: '32 1J36 2210,52899 9 2P19.411a1....................... ...
10,29 30,065 6,657 40,332 11,365 2,267 26,224 9,611 65.0 28.2 43.3 32.0 49.2 1939 1939 10 219641 53,293 300,513 90,613 19,939 216,614 48,7261 72.1 30.2 1. 3.2 50.2
1,449 1,997 6.6 245 a 9.2 5,476 1,566 253 3,668 1,260 67.0 28.6 42.7 34.6 51.7 194o Reading. ...... 1940 1,450 41,674 15.7 2287 a 4.0 46,070 12,88 2,284 32,162 9,393 69.8 28.0 40.1 37.6 53.9
1,450 4,66 268 -5,1814 1,337 59 3,374 1,251 65.1 25.8 39.6 35.1 53.9 1939 1939 45 36 2:383 4o22 655 2333 2777,970 71.6 26.5 40
3,115 10,99 326 18.9 11,62 3,9 1 6,116 2,9211 2.5 26.14 21 4. 90PohotsRgo:13 ,15 6082334,2121 0 2,626 55 2332,777 7,9, 6. 5 37.7.0 .215.
3,121 11,95888 271 12,675 6,171 ,9 .7 2.4 9 21.9 41.6 19 Chesapeake Ohio ............. ....... 1940 3,115 94,962 22.0 2,476 8.0 101,115 27,942 6,328 5583 30,803 .2 27.6 50.0 2. 41.
3,121 11,953 274 12675 349 6 6171 4,9551939 3,111 77,837 2,292 83,17o 25079 614 5012 23,255 5 .3 3.2 50.0
2,191 8,8998 6.9 191 5.1 9,346 2,647 523 41,813 3,152 51.5 28.3 55.0 19.5 37.8 1940 Norfolk & Western. .. .... 140 2,191 74,937 22.2 1,509 7.5 78,493 23,456 4,677 42,847 25,198 54.6 29.9 54.7 20.8 38.1
2,191 9,557 182 9,972 2,424 426 4,585 4,295 6.0 24.3 52.9 18.2 39.6 1939n 1939 2,191 61,310 144 64,607 19,887 3,793 37622 19798 58.2 30.8 52.9 22.9 39.2
5,1o 2,o7 ].i 398 ]662 1,i~ i 2,]0 )2 0.0ko. 9.1 ),89 1),0Southern Region:
5,100 2,807 13.1 425 39.8 3,662 1,191 170 2,930 424 0.0 32.5 40.6 39.1 48.9 194O Atlantic Coast Line ... ........ ........... 1940 5,101 26,402 -.5 6,341 19.4 36,474 11,702 1,537 29,748 1,425 81.6 32.1 39.3 40. 50.0
5,103 2,481 304 3,198 1,070 169 2,732 157 85.4 33.5 39.2 42.5 49.8 1939 1939 5106 26,280 5313 35,302 10,391 1,559 27,278 2,632 77.3 29.4 38.1 39.6 51.2
1,864 1,136 .9 116 24.1 1,396 445 71 1,133 149 81.2 31.9 39.3 40.1 49.3 1940 Central of Georgia ... .. ......... ........... 1940 1,65 9,722 5.7 990 10.3 12,014 4,151 639 10,595 171 88.2 34.6 39.2 43. 49.7
1,971 1,126 94 1,336 422 71 1,077 168 80.6 31.6 39.2 4o.o 49. 1939 1939 1,871 9,196 897 11,372 3,933 638 9,991 304 87.9 3.6 39.4 43.3 49.3
4,949 7,42? d .7J 707 4 2.3 8,690 2,755 531 6,064 1,869 69.8 31.7 4 5.- 4 32.3 46.3 1940 Illinois Central ... 1940 4,949 59,452 4.7 6,688 2.0 71,720 24,491 4,780 56,340 8,518 78.6 314.1 43.5 37.7 4.0
4,949 7,474 723 6,753 2,308 535 5,744 2,252 65.6 26.4 40.2 33.5 51.0 1939 1939 4,949 56,781 6,559 68;943 21,923 4,910 52,803 9,334 76.6 31.8 41.5 3.2 49.
4,971 7,099 d 1.6 548 10.9 8,127 2,896 364 5,990 1,590 2. 35.6 49.2 31.9 44.0 1940 Louisville & Nashville ...........-.. 1940 4171 62,8s49 16.7 4,7 63 12,002 2,2 3,26 711 1222o4 14.6
4,907 7,213 495 8,132 2,596 361 5,561 1,876 1 8.4 31.9 46.7 31.2 1 45.7 1939 & Nashville 139 14,92 ,200 16 4,5 6 63o 21 23 3252 :974 1441 4.5 .
4,314 2,606 5.9 436 14.41 3,445 1,449 198 3097 79 89.9 42.1 46.8 38.0 42.3 194o0 Seaboard Air Line .. .................................... 1940 4,314 26,031 7.4 5749 19.5 34,956 12,441 161 217 2. 5.4
4,317 2,461 381 3,19 1,290 180 28,8 112 89.1 40.4 45.3 38.5 43. 1939 1939 14,317 24,236 .11 32,094 11,583 1:,6 9 709 37.9 :'SU.0
6,594 7,429 d 3.2 800 4.1 ,915 2,624 294 6,039 1,956 67.7 29.4 43.5 32.9 1 48.5: 1940 Southern............................................................ 1940 6,597 63,592 7.3 6,697 2.1 76,088 23.395 2,647 54,122 13,463 71.1 30.7 43.2 3.5 48.6
6,628 7,677 769 9,143 2,46o 294 582 2,419 63.7 26.9 42.2 31.6 49. 1939 1939 6.667 59.268 6,548 71,793 21,209 2,606 50,470 13.329 70.3 29.5 42.0 34.8 49.5
1,608 1,147 4 23.0 64 8.3 1,282 310 4 877 175 69.4 24.2 35.4 38.5 56.3 1940 Yazoo & Mississippi Valley-............................ 1940 1,609 9,648 4.3 537 3.8 10,832 2,8116 37 7,932 957 73.2 26.3 35.9 0.5
1,619 1,490 59 1,628 308 4 91 470 56.5 18.9 33.4 33.1 58.6 1959 1939 161 927 517 10,429 2638 367 7,501 1,033 71.9 25.3 35.2 4.3 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 rents" and 'Joint faollity rent'.
Percent Increase computed on units of dollar.
/ Including Boston & Albany, lessor to New York Central.
SDeficit or other reverse Items.
(Over)


Report of receiver or recelvere.
SReport of trustee or trustees.
t Under trusteeship, Erie R. R. only.












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

FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1940 AND 1939 FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED WITH SEPTEMBER 1940 AND 1939
Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation Operating revenues Operating expenses Maintenance Transportation
expenses, expenses, Psee erei -- 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 sting
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 eating (per- Oper- Oper- 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) s eating ratings ratings eating operated in- in- nance in pro- income* cent) ating ting s ting ting
of month crease crease ceding rave- ex- reve- ex- crease crease ceding reve- ex- reve- ex-
column nues penses nues penses column *nues penises nuas pensas
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (J) (k) (1) (mI) (n) (o) 1(p) (q) (r) (a) (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) (z) (as) (bb) (cc) (dd) (ee)
(Money items in thousands of dollars) ** (Money items in thousands of dollars) r
,220 $1,Northwestern Region:
9 03, 0.g3 1 ,851 2,681 1368 617 ; 6.8 :3 .0 5 4:. 19110 Chicago & North Western................ 1..1. 40 8;32 72,6 5 7.54 2,,2 0.9 ,26970;$ 2 3, 91 $3 80:6 3. .2:
S,2 ,l ,O ,9 ,3 97 195p3571 0,2 2,9 311 *1$,738.9111 4.
at.3 1124 152 195 d .9 9,6o7, 9. 896 0.
3,0 1;3 8 1 ,007 8,851 2 16,136 1,99763, 55 2 9025;, 33 2,02 56 3
1,505 1,52 16 5 9 4 4 17 1, 77 21 61.0 212'43 3T7: 33.0 51.72 19139 Chicago Great Westerna.-.........-............... .191130 1,502 11,925 d 2 367 2.2 13, 258 915 112 9,60 751 396 379 5
1,5052 15516 1.6 1 M 44oo.1 5 077, 25 611.o 24 3 33.4 52.2 1939 1939 13513,220 3,942 29,7.9 737.6 22 9.2 3
10, 9:002 1.8 680 10.0 1,712 3,270 504 7,24 2,267 68. 30.5 44.6 32.3 47.2 1940 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Paclfic- 1940 10,880 68,906 7.8 5,955 83,005 29,557 4,472 65,23 7,69 78.7 35.6 5.2 36.6 6.5
10:24- 71 3:5LO9r76.4 99 1090 63,896 5933 29, 256 ,3 3 2 8.
10,890 8,842 756 10,527 3,588 82 7,39 1,718 72.6 34.1 7.0 32.9 45.3 199 1939 10,930 63,896 5,977 77,323 29,256 ,338 6,321 2,950 83.2 7.8 5.5 38.5 46.2
1,629 1,6 a 1.2 129 d .1 1,67 4 1,314 6 699 29.S o O9 :3;-9 ;-1194019O ,6 .2_
1,629 1 29 31 7 1 36 69.9 28.6 0.9 3.9 1.3 19 Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha.... 1940 1,629 11,167 2.2 1,191 9.8 13,230 4,279 425 11,192 d 1 84.6 32.3 38.2 5.0 5.2
1,629 1,619 133 1856 198 1,303 295 70.2 26.8 38.2 3.7 1939 1939 1,629 10,925 1,085 12,85 4 4,355 35 11,218 35 7.3 33.9 38.8 6.1 52.8
1069 l,910 7.8 36.1 d .8 le,163 2,6o6 316e 5:8239 4,635 49.o 21. 4 44.6 i23:2i
8,07269 10,910 7.8 361 1,3 2, 31 5 4,6 2, 58 6 1.4 :2 14.6 23.2 9 : 1940 Great Northern ....... .....................-191 ,69 65,611 13.1 3,190 d 6.1 ,22,003 2,782 47,786 17,17883.293 46. 291 7
41n 349 7- 1 d 49 3:;a '2 01610 121939 8397 ,072 58,035 3,398 1 O7 20,4156 2765 145,559 12, 378 3
8,072 10,122 3641,2 2,7415 312 5,880 4.,05 51.9 211.2 116.7 23.9 4651939 '*re0l noien.......... ^^ ? -- y ^^ ^ ^^^ ^^ ^ g
11 ,289 730 1 8 92 101 2,18 1, 256 .19 2.33 28.8 508 11 Minneapolis,. St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 10 194o 1,280 20,810 11.8 763 a 23,232 7,002 916 1,193 3.18 71.0 0.1 10.7 37.9 51.2
4,29 3202 103 3. 702 101 1,890 1,277 5.3 37.2 29.0 5. 1939 1939 ,289 18,133 88 20,66 6.6514 91 19,280 1,76 78.9 31.5 0 .o 4.6 51.5
670 5, 1.9 31 12.0 6,837 1 5 286 44 2, 457 63.2 26.6 41.2 29:8 460 190 Northern Psoific........................................ 19 6,20 3,08 9.0 2972 4.0 1 020 2,545 3825 8, 766 339 1 34 53
256.5 '16,724t 2,535 37,$97 $1.6 3.
6,70 5,61673 170 280 1,23 2,057 63.2 26.6 12.0 30.1 17.1939 Central Western Region: 1939 6,21 39,531V,855 116,5 165 7,8976 .1 .
959 1, 025d 1. 1914 1,113 5 22 1,20 6 82 .: :3 :0 :5 45:2 Cn19 rAlWt enRgoion:n. .1 1 17 9 1 9 3
959 1,1115 205 1, 5 3811 21 1,062 685 z24 31 2 52.9 1939.....................110 959 8,97 81. r3 1,8911.7 .1,91 3,88 19:9986 d 332 8.1 33.3139.94111.2519.5
~~e.2 ~~1939 99 851 1,85 12,71 3,3113 193 925 3 67 2. 61 103 5.
13,409 31,1141 1 4.3 1,686 d 1.3 14,466 4,757 1,015 10,457 2,411 T2: 3 329 3. .7 146.6 1940 Atchison, Topeka & Sant. Fe a/,--------7.2--115 194. 13,41 9794 5.6 14,028 d0.3 121,967 45,202 8090 95,755 14.098 78.5 31:
,13,117 o11,0114 1,708 13,941 14,901 987 10,633 2,001 76: 32.9 55 3. 11 46.3 1939 Tek&Snt / ... 199 13,14591 92,2 5.6 14,0o2 16,2 42,919 1 2 8,90 925 12,7 7. 3. 35
1939113,115192,S111,066 116,312 112,919 ,867392, 79-7 3
8,958 7082 a 4.4 822 8d .4 8,837 2,32,0 6.0, 26.6 40.9 32.8 50.5 1940 Chicago. Burlington & Quincy................ 191 8,978 5558 11 6,73 69,881 22,763 3,972 53,463 6,85 76.5 32.6 2.6 37. 8.
9,034 7,412 826 9,153 2,697 434 ,179 1,85 67.5 29.5 43.6 32.6 48.2 193911939 8,956x ,7 6,92 69,1 ;19 23,0b 3,907 52,9 6,38 76.6 33.3 13.5 36.3 7.
7,900 5,61 .I 12.5 6,997 72 294 87 757 3 13-9 3 5.14 C19o Chicago, Rook Island & Paciflc............... 1940 7893 47,988 1.4 6,078 66 59,298 19,662 ,121,6 7 376 795
758.., .- 4,*.. Cicg. ok ,:,. 59, 1,6 3,1 .,39 ,.o 33.2 14.0o 75 1.
3 5,W25,6. 5 ,9 ,2 7073 510 4427 35.6 4..4 193. 1939 7,873 47,308 5,704 58,083 20,156 3,074 47302 2,966 81.4 3.7 2.6 38.3 7.0
2,5514 2,351 d 1.8 142 a 10.0 2,607 801 103 1,814 563 70.8 30.7 43.14 33.7 47.6 19410 Denver & Rio Grande Western 4o 2.........91 ,554 16,6 7.1 1,14 8a 4. 18,51 7,175 932 15,315 81 82.7 46.8 36.1 3.7
2,555 2,391 2,678 100 1,833 507 68.5 29.3 42.9 32.9 48.1 1939 19339 2,557 15,3113 1,196 17,5017096 15,0 116 85.7 411 181 3. 112.8
8,623 13,438 .9i 1,939 d 4.9 16,689 3,885 545 11,277 3 617.6 23.3 3.5 36.8 194 Southern Pacific Company b/ ................... 1940 8,6 107,103 9.0 1,66 9. 133,613 36,63 4 4,909 99,744 15.584 74.7 27. 36.7 38.8 52.0
13.~ 3370 67:o6 ,,1 ,6, 1lO7,1o133,61
8 3,53 2,039 17,037 3,859 530 11,197 375 657 22.7 34.5 35.5 .0 1939 1939 8,6 9235 ;,539 12091 31,28 ,802 93832 15,6 52 73.8 27.0 36.5 38. 51.6
S 1,90 10.1 1,665 7.8 15,828 5,261 663 11,509 2,1 2.7 :2 :7 32.2 44 .3 19110 Union Pacifric............................................... 194o 9,900 96,029 1.5 13,220 3.7 119,1482 3,561 5.757 89,o4o 1250 7.5 31. 2.2 31.3
339 2136 1,805 17,7450 5,127 621 11,523 3, 66 4 5 29-9 4 1959 99901 4, 199 671o 61,106 35 74.1 09 11.- 5. 436.1
63708997118115165 6.3.29.867 19110 Southwestern Region:
3,293 7, 199_ 199 ,, 2911 19 1 1,117:8 ._ 9. 1_,o_ _. _9 7.
3,29 1,9 187 3.6 ,97 1,1 83.6129:38 7 4s : 194o Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines.......................... 1940 3 17,012 d 2.1 1478 d 4.9 204 6,27 885 16,032 1,090 78.4 29.5 37.6 38.9 9.7
S2,197 65 105 1915 299 29. 0 9 47 1939 1939 3 17,38 20,98 6,616 989 6723 86 79.7 1.5 9.6 79 75
750 6,336 6 6.2 71 4 6 2,7114 31 5, 695 93 7 "6: 194110 Missouri Pacific...... ...............7........... ... 19940 7,111 53,:017 4.2 3,:900 5-7 ,962 75 21 3 3679. 8 0 68
610331939 7:163 50,895 39 59,o93 21,11 3,270,09 3,976 80.2 35.
,97 1,799d 8 185 d16 8,3.0 673 105 1,2 179 69.1 30.9 4:1.5 30.:1 4 3.:1910 Texas & Pacific..... .. ...10 1o? 1,60 .1 17 2.3 1 5,855 91 13753 3,g96 713: 3. 1126 322 1
1,936 1,973 201 2,611 675 101 ,590 5032 67.3 28.6 11 3 4 0 1 45.1 4 39 3 193939 1 1 839 1,o_ 19,101 5,937 902 13,83 j 2, 06 72 31.1 112.9 32.6 411.
367 2 d 1.1.2 2124 306 1. :6 4: .6 4. 6 .q 19 St. Louis-San Francisco .........................2 1 42 3.6 33,19 2,503 8: 375 3,0
4',172Z1 ~ 11 36.8238 13. 991939 4,11,85 28, d 3,198 12,11211 2,2811 28,000 253 813 3.1 11.1 3. 1.
21,286 1,53 2 3,319 3 2 4 .2 46.043348 43.63939 1939 4 5 ,0 2,15 33,286 13,211 2,299 28,615 8 86.0 39.8 116.3 38.0 11.3
129 O4 d 0 14 0 06 98.3"6 37.2 .8 1; .8 16 & 1939 St. Louis. San Franciscoo& Texas...............199110d 180959 816.7 6 93367 1,0091,13 1.
1,6-9 n d3.9 3.0 61,653 61 53 1,313 1 117 110.0 11. 29.819110:194173 163 1,72 ..4
1,69o 111,7181700 5294 1,358 1 79.0 40.8 51.6 288 .1: 19399 St. Louis Southwestern Lines.## ................ 71,6 3 213,8 5.1 250 5.7 11,722 543 1022 172 :2 3
441 333 21 3 1. 1,1 70 52 1958 1 70 408 56341991939 1,695 13,151 236 13,999 5, 30 14 11 ,44 6 39- ~2 10
17 3,363 21 1.8 3,977 1,17 16 2,197 616 29 4 19 462 194, Texas & New Orleans ,17 27,682 5.5 2,662 3.8 32,991 10,871 1,033 25,186 289 76. .0 .2 5.1
.416 5 5 3,916 13,12o 11.9 2,678 7"7 8 :. 2 1.8 1.. 146.3 1939 TN eans.....................9 3 ,.16 26,234 2,564 31,439 10,6 1,082 23,906 2;864 76.0 32.2 2.3 311.11 45.3

;Net railway operating income ls derived from 'Railway operating inoomes, modified by debits and credits arising from "Equipment rented" and "Joint faollity rent'.
** Percent increase computed on unite of dollars.
SReport of trustee or trustees.
SIncludes Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, and Panhandle & Santa Fe.
Includes returns for Southern Psoaiflo Steamship Lines.
Deficit or other reverse items.
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