Camden to Bordentown

The New Jersey Transit River Line starts out with street running in Camden, at the passenger station at Entertainment Center, with two side platforms on the side of the street, heading west along Delaware Avenue, past a highway bridge overhead, with the Delaware River off to the south/west, north-northwest past the passenger station at Aquarium, on the side of the street, east-northeast past the passenger station at Cooper Street-Rutgers, on the side of Cooper Street, south-southeast past a street running grade crossing, a grade crossing at a street intersection, a crossover, and the passenger station with two side platforms at the Walter Reed Transportation Center, and then east-northeast past a grade crossing, a crossovers, a grade crossing, the junction with the former Conrail Vineland Secondary, to which it trails in on the west side as the line heads northeast, a street alongside to the east, a wide road bridge overhead (I-676), a bridge over a street, and signals at the junction with the Camden Running Track at CP-Mill (MP 1.2).

The line heads northeast, single track, Yard Limits, speed limit 15 mph, past a bridge over a street intersection, a bridge over an Interstate Highway, a signal bridge, a bridge over ??, a grade crossing, a flat crossing with another line, the bridge carrying the PATCO line overhead, a large freight yard (ten to twelve tracks) to the east, a road bridge overhead, signals, a grade crossing, a signal bridge where tracks split off, a bridge over a street, the River LINE yard and shops on the east side and a three track freight yard on the west side, the passenger station at 36th Street, with island and east-side platforms, the north end of the siding through the shops and station area, a road bridge overhead, signals, a petroleum facility to the east, the Delaware River to the west, a bridge over a river, and signals at Cooper (MP 0.0), the south end of Camden yard at River Road, where double track starts, with a spur on the north side to Pettys Island in the Delaware River and a wye on the south side with the line east to Fort Dix.

There are crossovers at Pavonia (MP 2.5), the north end of Camden Yard, where DCS starts, with speed limit 25 mph, a crossover at CP-Hatch (MP 4.3), where connectors head both north and east to join the NJT Atlantic City Line (former Conrail Trenton Line) passing above, with an additional connector trailing in from the south on the east side of the bridge, on the now-single track line, a grade crossing, a road bridge high overhead, extra track to the east, the south end of a siding, with a street to the east, a grade crossing, a spur trailing in on the east side at Delair (MP 5.0), the passenger station with two side platforms at Route 73, a spur trailing in on the east side at Minson (MP 5.7), , a bridge over a road, a bridge over a river, the north end of the siding, three grade crossings, streets on both sides, a grade crossing, the passenger station with east side platform at Palmyra, a grade crossing, Trail (MP 7.0), a grade crossing at MP 8.21, a street to the west, and the passenger station with east side platform at Riverton (MP 8.3).

The line continues past two grade crossings, a bridge over a stream, the south end of a siding, a grade crossing, the passenger station with island platform at Cinnaminson, signals, a grade crossing, a spur trailing in on the east side, a grade crossing, the north end of the siding, a spur to the west side trailing in, Cambridge, a grade crossing, streets to the east and west, the south end of a siding, an old brick depot on the west side, a grade crossing, south of the passenger station with two side platforms at Riverside (MP 11.7), a street to the west, Ran (MP 12.0), the through truss Delanco Movable Bridge (MP 12.3) overhead, where it turns east-northeast, the passenger station with two side platforms at Delanco, a grade crossing, a rail-served lumber yard to the east, a pond on the east side, a spur tailing in from the east, and the 'east' side siding at Beverly (MP 14.6), with a grade crossing in the siding.

There is a grade crossing, an old factory to the east, a grade crossing, a parking lot to the 'east', a grade crossing south of the passenger station with 'west' side platform at Beverly/Edgewater Park, Edgewater Park, a street to the 'west', the south end of a siding, the 'east' side siding at Kem (MP 17.2), a grade crossing, a bridge over a canal, a grade crossing, the canal alongside to the east, a grade crossing, extra track on the east side, crossovers, two grade crossings, the passenger station with two side platforms at Burlington South, a street to the east, the 3,700 ft. 'east' side siding at Burlington (MP 17.4), which seems to be continuous with the one at Kem, a grade crossing at Washington Avenue, two grade crossings in street running, the passenger station with east side platform (in the center of the street) at Burlington Towne Center, a grade crossing at High Street, a grade crossing, a grade crossing at York Street, the line still in the middle of the street, a grade crossing, a bridge over a river, signals, a grade crossing, and a street alongside to the east.

The line turns northeast again, past signals at Stevens, south end of a freight siding on the 'east' side, with a cantilever signal bridge over the siding,  a grade crossing, MP 20, a grade crossing, a cantilever signal bridge, MJ (MP 21.3), where the siding ends, signals, a grade crossing south of the passenger station at Florence (MP 22.4), with two tracks around an island platform and parking lot to the 'east', a spur trailing in from the 'east, dual road bridges overhead, a road alongside to the 'west', and a grade crossing, then just north of due east past a street alongside to the 'east', a grade crossing, the passenger station with 'west' side platform at Roebling (MP 23.2), and Kinkora (MP 24.1), where an erstwhile branch to Fort Dix once headed away southeast, and northeast again past old industrial buildings on the west side, BO (MP 25.1), a bridge over a stream, the 4,000 ft. 'west' side siding at Fieldsboro (MP 26.0), a bridge over a stream, a dirt road grade crossing, a grade crossing, the junction with the Robbinsville Industrial Track heading northeast on the south side at ROB (MP 26.7), with water alongside to the north and a road bridge overhead, and the passenger station with east side platform at Bordentown (MP 27.0).