Devon to Iaeger

From Devon (MP 445.8 on Track 1), and Buchanan Branch Junction (MP 445.3), where the line turns east, the long Buchanan Branch south from Richards, on the Norton line, trails in from the south through a tunnel located in Kentucky immediately south of the wye with the main line, the legs of which are located on bridges across the Tug Fork, the double track, CTC, line, with speed limit 35 mph, turns north (25 mph on the curve at MP 445.1), past crossovers (25 mph) at Ought-One (MP 445.0), making a clockwise horseshoe, around a river bend, back to the south, then curvily east, past the 7,400 ft. siding Lindsey (MP 442.6), east-northeast, south past detectors at MP 441.6, and counter-clockwise, within a river bend, back to the north, turning east to crossovers (35 mph) Glen Alum (MP 440.7), where a coal branch heads off to the north (MP 440.3) to Light, and continuing curvily east past the 6,300 ft. siding at Ben (MP 438.8) and Wharnecliffe (MP 438.2 on Track 2), where another branch heads north (MP 438.150 to Gilbert.

The line turns south-southwest, still following the river, past a crossover (35 mph) at Old Joe (MP 437.5), and then curvily east (30 mph on curves from MP 437.4 to MP 435.1) before turning curvily south past a crossover (25 mph) at War Eagle (MP 434.6), where a branch from Eraw once trailed in from the northeast, Alnwick (MP 434.3), counter-clockwise within a river bend to the east-northeast, southeast to Wyoming (MP 432.55), where another branch once trailed in from the northeast, southwest and then curvily south-southeast (30 mph at MP 431.9) past Mohawk and crossovers (35 mph) at Panther (MP 429.7), curvily east past detectors at MP 427.9, south and curvily east again, past Krollitz (MP 426.4), where a 20,300 ft. center siding (20 mph) starts, northeast (30 mph at MP 424.8) to Hull (MP 424.7), where the siding ends, southeast, east, and south (25 mph at MP 422.5), to the end of the siding (20 mph) yard and junction at Iaeger (MP 422.3), where another long branch heads south to Cedar Bluff on the Norton line, just a couple of miles east of Richards, and the main line turns just north of due east.