Dolton Junction to Calumet Park/State Line

One yard lead from Blue Island Yard continues east, on the south side, past a grade crossing with Indiana Street, the yard lead connecting in and becoming a southwest quadrant connector, a crossover, Dolton Tower to the south, an NS line (the former PRR Panhandle) trailing in on the north side, that once continued southeast across the formation, the B&OCT coming alongside to the north, with a spur crossing on the flat, and the flat crossings with southeast quadrant connector, and crossover, with the double track UP (former C&EI) at Dolton (MP 10.6), where  west of the UP crossings, and  the maximum speed rises to 30 mph, Two Main Tracks, CTC, past a grade crossing with Lincoln Avenue, a connection from the B&OCT and crossover at CP Grove (~MP 10), a turn east-southeast, and then east again, and a west-facing spur on the south side.

I-94 bridges overhead, followed by a turn southeast, past Intermediate Signals at MP 8.2/.1, and a grade crossing with Paxton Avenue, and east again, past a bridge carrying Torrence Avenue overhead, all with the B&OCT alongside to the north, connections to and from the B&OCT and the reduction to single track at CP Calumet Park (MP 7.1), where an extra track to the north and two extra tracks to the south all start, the erstwhile Calumet City Yard, on the north side, a wye on the north side with the IHB line north to Burnham, Colehour and North Hammond, and the border between Illinois and Indiana.