Conshohocken to Norristown (Elm Street)

From the passenger station at Conshohocken (MP 13.5), with two low-level side platforms and a 'portable' depot to the south, where the erstwhile Conrail (former Reading) line to Oreland, on the Lansdale/Doylestown Line, once turned away north-northeast (of which there is, in 2008, no sign either here or at Oreland), the double track, CTC, line with overhead AC electrification, curves around to the north, still following the east bank of the Schuylkill River, past extra track on the south side, dual road bridges overhead, Creek (MP 13.8), Plymouth Junction (MP 14.2), a through girder bridge overhead, a former passenger station at Ivy Rock (MP 15.3), a deck girder bridge with electrification masts carrying a former PRR freight line overhead (and over the river), and a wide road bridge overhead, alongside it, and a former passenger station at Mogees (MP 15.8), a derelict factory on the south side, a grade crossing, and turning west-northwest following the river bank past a street alongside to the south, Ford (MP 16.8), where there is a connection to the Conrail Morrisville Connecting Track trailing in on the north side, extra track on the north side, crossovers at Sawmill (MP 17.0), and a bridge over a street just east of the passenger station at the Norristown Transportation Center (MP 17.2), with two low-level side platforms with umbrella sheds, and a brick depot to the south, where the bridge carrying the Norristown High Speed Line passes overhead, just west of the platforms.

The connection to CP Norris on the Harrisburg Line departs to the west-southwest (crossing the river on a deck girder bridge) at the signals and junction at Kalb (MP 17.3), with extra track on the south side, while the now single-track passenger line continues on viaduct, past a road bridge overhead, a line trailing in from the south, a grade crossing, signals at Bridge (MP 17.6), a road bridge overhead, a grade crossing, a road bridge overhead, a grade crossing at Main Street, the passenger station at Main Street (MP 17.7), with low-level platform and brick depot to the west, where it turns north-northeast, a road bridge overhead, a bridge over a stream, a grade crossing, signals at Elm (MP 17.9), where there is extra track on the west side, a spur curving away west, the connection to the Conrail Stony Creek Branch, continuing straight ahead on the west side, and the station track at the passenger station at Elm Street (MP 18.1), with high-level platform on the east side and a street alongside to the east, where there is a SEPTA yard.