Oreland to Lansdale

From the former junction at South Ore (MP 13.7), where the freight line from Conshohocken once trailed in on the west side, with no remaining signs in 2008, and the passenger station at Oreland (MP 13.8), with two low-level side platforms and depot to the west, the former Reading main line continues northwest, double track, CTC, with AC overhead electrification, past a road bridge overhead, extra track trailing in on the west side, a formerly rail-served factory to the west, a bridge over a stream, a bridge over a road, North Ore (MP 14.0), a road bridge overhead (with its dual under construction, in May/June 2008), Fellwick (MP 14.8), where it turns north-northwest, a former PRR freight line (the Conrail Morrisville Line) bridging overhead on a through girder bridge, a bridge over a stream, the passenger station at Fort Washington (MP 15.9), with two high-level side platforms ands tone depot to the west, a road bridge overhead north of the station, a grade crossing to a factory on the west side, a derelict factory on the west side, South Ambler (MP 17.1), extra track on the east side trailing in, and the passenger station at Ambler (MP 17.2), with two staggered low-level side platforms and a depot to the west.

There are two old spurs on the east side, extra track on the west side, a bridge over a street or drainage, a street alongside to the west, a bridge over drainage, the passenger station at Penllyn (MP 18.8), with two low-level side platforms and a stone depot to the west, a bridge over a road, two bridges over streams in the woods, an old spur on the east side, signals and crossovers, a grade crossing at the south end of the passenger station at Gwynedd Valley (20.0), with two high-level side platforms and wooden depot to the east, a bridge over a stream, an embankment in the woods, a bridge over a road, Gwyn (MP 20.2), a cutting, an embankment in the woods, a bridge over a stream, a cutting, a road bridge overhead, a grade crossing at a street intersection, a grade crossing, extra track to the west, two grade crossings, the passenger station at North Wales (MP 22.4), with two high-level side platforms and brick depot to the west, a grade crossing at the north end of the station, a road alongside to the west, a bridge over a stream, a grade crossing at the south end of the passenger station at Pennbrook (MP 23.5), with two low-level side platforms with shelters, where the line turns north, a grade crossing, a street alongside to the east, and a bridge over drainage.

There are crossovers, an old freight depot on the west side, a grade crossing, and the junction at Dale (MP 24.2/0.0), where the single track Conrail Stony Creek Branch from Norristown trails in on the west side, the CR Bethlehem Running Track (no electrification), and CR Bethlehem Industrial Track (electrified only to the connector just north of the depot) continue north to Quakertown, and the single track, electrified, SEPTA Doylestown line turns north-northeast, a grade crossing, and the passenger station at Lansdale (MP 24.4/0.1), which has low-level side platforms with umbrella sheds on both the Quakertown (used only when the connecting track north of the depot is used) and Doylestown Lines, with four extra tracks on the east side, sued for storage, the brick station buildings in the vee of the two lines, and an electrified connecting track from the Quakertown Line to the Doylestown Line, north of the depot.