Fort Worth (Transportation Center) to Dallas

From the passenger station at the Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center (MP 611.4), with west side and island platforms, with umbrella sheds, and brick depot to the west, the TRE line (owned by UP at this point) curves from north to just north of due east, speed limit 20 mph for passenger trains and 10 mph for freights, passing two grade crossings,  and two track trailing in on the east side, through the corner of an old warehouse, beneath the through truss bridge carrying the former Fort Worth & Denver and former MKT lines, to 6th Street Junction (MP 611.9), where two tracks head away north, and a wye ("Purina Junction") on the north side, where UP ownership ends, at which the line is briefly Two Main Tracks, CTC, to Dalwor Junction (MP 612.2), whence it continues just north of due east, single track, CTC, speed limit 40 mph for passenger trains and 30 mph for freights, rising to 60/40, and turning east-northeast, past dual road bridges overhead, a line trailing in on the north side, a bridge over a road, a bridge over the Trinity River, two grade crossings, a street briefly alongside to the north, the 4,082 ft. south side siding at Sylvania (MP 613.7), with two extra tracks on the north side and a grade crossing within the siding, a grade crossing, an angled grade crossing, a grade crossing, a bridge over drainage, a grade crossing, a bridge over a "river", a spur on the south side turning away, and the passenger station at Richland Hills (MP 618.5), with platform and umbrella shed to the south, and parking lots both north and south.

The line turns east, past a grade crossing, an 'interstate' highway alongside to the north, a road bridge overhead, a lake to the south, a grade crossing, the 5,043 ft. south side siding at Hurst (MP 621.1), with east-facing extra tracks on the north side and a grade crossing within the siding, a grade crossing just west of the passenger station at Hurst-Bell (MP 622.6), with platform and parking to the north, dual road bridges overhead and an embankment, just north of due east past a bridge over a stream, a bridge over a divided road, a spur trailing in on the north side, a bridge over a road, the 10,039 ft. north side siding at Tarrant (MP 627.0), with a grade crossing, a bridge over drainage, and a grade crossing, a bridge over drainage, a bridge over a divided highway, and an ethanol unit-train destination facility on the south side within the siding, and east again at the passenger station at Centerport (MP 628.8), with island and north side platforms (the north track has platforms on both sides), parking lot and extra track to the north, where the freight speed falls to 30 mph, with the siding ending just east of the station, past a wide road bridge overhead, a spur trailing in on the north side, and a grade crossing with a divided street.

There is a junction with a line south to the Great Southwest Industrial Park, extra track on the north side, a grade crossing, West Tex (MP 630.1), start of the three to four track TRE Irving Shops on the north side, East Tex (MP 630.6), end of the shops, a bridge over a "river", the passenger station at West Irving (MP 631.4), with platform and umbrella shed to the south and parking lot to the north, three grade crossings, a street alongside to the south, the 2,300 ft. south side siding at Gilbert (MP 631.5), a grade crossing, a dirt track grade crossing, two grade crossings, a bridge over a street and "river", Liggett, a bridge over a street, the junction with the BNSF Madill sub. heading north at the west leg of a wye on the north side at WC Junction (MP 634.4), with five yard tracks on the north side starting at the same place, the 4,622 ft. siding and passenger station (island platform between tracks) at South Irving (MP 634.8), EC Junction (MP 636.6), east leg of that wye on the north side, with a passenger speed restriction of 30 mph, a grade crossing, extra track on the north side, a spur to industry on the north side, a grade crossing, a wide road bridge overhead, a grade crossing, a line going away north, and a viaduct and through truss bridge over ??.

A line from the Brookhollow Industrial Park trails in on the north side, just west of the 9,662 ft. siding at Mockingbird (MP 638.0), where the speed limit is 60/40 again, where several additional tracks once trailed in on the north side, a bridge over a divided street, several yard tracks on the south side, a bridge over an intersection with I-35E (Northwest Expressway), a through truss bridge over ??, a bridge over drainage, a bridge over a divided street, and a street alongside to the north, and the line turns just south of due east, past the passenger station at Medical Market Center (MP 640.7), with platform on the south side, where the freight speed has fallen to 30 mph again, the 3,955 ft. south side siding at Perkins (MP 641.1), with a bridge over a street within the siding, a street alongside to the north, and a grade crossing at its east end.

Two Main Tracks start at Lisa (MP 642.0), as the Dallas, Garland & Northeastern comes alongside to the north, past a bridge over a street, and two road bridges overhead, and the line turns south to the junction with the DG & NO at Dallas Junction (MP 642.6), where an erstwhile Cotton Belt line once also trailed in from the north and tracks once left on the east side, past erstwhile former industrial tracks on the west side, a DART spur on the north side to an arena with a multi-platform station at the end of the line, plus storage tracks, DART tracks to the east, a DART station to the east, a bridge over a street, CP T644 Dart, the north apex of the intersection at CP T645 Dallas Sub-Wye, where connectors in the northeast and northwest quadrants turn away, a freeway ramp bridge, dual freeway bridges, and a freeway ramp bridge overhead, the main DART tracks coming in from the east, the flat crossing with the UP (former T&P), onto the line on the east side now used by DART, and the junction with the southwest quadrant connector trailing in on the south side at JFK Junction (MP 642.9), with the DART line alongside to the east.

The line passes a bridge over a street, Dealey Plaza and the Texas Schoolbook Depository, where JFK was assassinated in 1963, both on the east side of the line, the passenger station at Victory Station (MP 643.3), and Dallas Union Station (MP 644.3) where the speed limit is 40 mph, there are two island platforms with umbrella sheds on the passenger lines, a UP freight line with Two Main Tracks, CTC, on the west side of the station, the DART light rail system has tracks and platforms on the east side, and the concrete depot is on the east side of the DART tracks.