Paris to Winchester (North Cabin)

From the resumption of Two Main Tracks at Paris MP 80.8), where there is a yard, the erstwhile Frankfort & Cincinnati Railroad once headed west and an L&N branch to  Lexington southwest as the line to Winchester turns south, Two Main Tracks, Yard Limits, maximum speed 60 mph for intermodal trains and 50 mph for freights, but local restriction to 35 mph from MP 80.7 to MP 81.5, and a speed restriction to 45 mph from MP 81.5 to MP 82.6, past the end of Yard Limits and start of CTC at MP 82.4, after which full line speeds prevail, turning just east of due south past the start of single track at Clay (MP 84.7), Escondida, a detector at "Austerlitz" (MP 89.2), and Renick, a speed restriction to 45 mph from MP 93.0 to MP 93.2 (only), the resumption of Two Main Tracks at James (MP 93.4), where the line turns south, the start of Yard Limits at MP 95.3, a speed restriction to 35 mph from MP 96.0 to MP 98.3, through Winchester, and a turn southeast at North Cabin (MP 96.1), where the former Lexington & Eastern Railway (later L&N) trails in from the northwest.