West End to Pascack  Junction

From the crossovers, road bridge overhead, and junction at West End (MP 2.2), where the non-electrified lines, heading north-northwest, split off on the north side of the electrified lines, heading west, there is a bridge over another freight connection south from the former Erie, the New York, Susquehanna & Western, and the former New York Central West Shore line, and the west leg of a wye with the non-electrified lines trails in on the north side, the non-electrified lines are single track, Rule 261, Automatic Block Signals, maximum speed 60 mph for passenger trains and 40 mph for freight trains, but local restriction 25 mph on the curve from MP 2.6 to MP 2.9, past the former split into the erstwhile former New York & Greenwood Lake (now the Boonton Line), heading northwest, and the former Lackawanna Main Line, heading north-northwest, Double Track, current-of-traffic (Rule 251), Automatic Block Signals, maximum speed 60 mph for passenger trains and 40 mph for freight trains, past a box labeled 32E on the east side (MP 3.2), the crossovers and junction at Bergen Junction (MP 3.3), where the Bergen County Line splits off on the east side and the Main Line continues, passing a bridge over a stream, road ramp bridges overhead, a road to the east (connector to the tollroad) and to the west, beneath the bridge carrying the Northeast Corridor overhead at (inside) the passenger station at Secaucus Transfer, which has two high-level island platforms on this level, the westerly one on the Main Line, and the easterly one on the Bergen County and Pascack Valley Lines, with a road bridge overhead, at the north end of the station, signal bridges and crossovers to the north permitting connections among all the lines, to County Road (MP 3.8), a box marked Laurel on the west side, and a track splitting off to the west  and crossing a swing bridge over the Hackensack River.

The former Erie main line passes extra track to the east, a signal bridge, a street to the east, a bridge over a stream in the meadows, a gated dirt track grade crossing, Intermediate Signals at MP 4.8, a bridge over a stream in the meadows, a signal bridge, Intermediate Signals at Harmon Cove (MP 5.0), the lead from the north end of the former Erie Croxton Yard trailing in on the east side, the signaled through truss swing movable bridge (30/25 mph on the bridge) over the Hackensack River at HX (MP 5.6), and an old brick tower to teh west, north of the bridge, after which the maximum speed for passenger trains rises to 70 mph, a wide road bridge overhead, a signal bridge, crossovers, a bridge over a side stream in the meadows, with a view of Manhattan to the east, and dual road bridges overhead, to the junction where the Pascack Valley Line splits off from the east side of the Bergen County Line at Pascack Junction (MP 7.6).