Clarke Junction to Gary

Accessed over the former B&O Chicago terminal (now CSX), heading due east, the former Wabash line turns southeast at Clarke Junction (MP 246.7), single track, Yard Limits, maximum speed 10 mph, passing beneath a bridge carrying the Elgin, Joliet & Eastern overhead, and then running alongside an elevated EJ&E branch on the northeast side of the line that descends to ground level, where the extant EJ&E line turns away east and the route of an erstwhile connector continues southeast and eventually joined with the former Wabash, which bridges over the Grand Calumet River, with the former PRR Fort Wayne Line alongside to the southwest, and passes the South Shore Line bridging overhead (with an erstwhile northeast quadrant connector), where the former PRR has now become erstwhile, turning away east from that route at  Tolleston (MP 243.4), with an Indiana Harbor Belt line just to the south, past some east-facing industrial spurs at Gary (MP 241.1), where that IHB line turns and bridges overhead, to the End of Track (MP 240.3), where the Wabash once continued east.