Fostoria to Willard

From the flat crossing with NS (former Nickel Plate) at Fostoria (MP 36.8), where a 6,490 ft. north side siding starts, CTC resumes and there is a passenger station, and the flat crossing with a CSX (ex-C&O) line at F Tower (MP 36.4), where there was also once a flat crossing with the erstwhile Toledo & Ohio Central, and a 5,365 ft. south side siding starts, with a 35 mph speed limit between MP 37.8 and MP 35.6 and 10 mph on the connectors in the northwest quadrant from the CSX line, and the southeast quadrant, and in the northeast quadrant from both the CSX and NS lines, the double track, CTC, ex-B&O, continues just south of due east, with overall freight speed limit 60 mph, past the yard on the north side of the line, Columbus Avenue, Fostoria, where both sidings end and ABS, Rule D-251 current-of-traffic resumes, the end of Yard Limits at MP 34.9, detectors at MP 31.1, Bascom (MP 30.0), and the 6,092 ft. south side siding at Kellar (MP 25.6).

There is a flat crossing with Conrail (former PRR) at Tiffin (MP 24.3), where there was also once a flat crossing with the erstwhile Big Four line to Sandusky, with speed limit 35 mph between MP 24.6 and MP 23.7, and the line turns just north of due east, and then east-southeast past Republic (MP 15.8) and Scipio, where it turns just south of due east again, detectors at MP 12.3, the flat crossing with NS (the former PRR Sandusky line) at Attica Junction (MP 8.1), MP 3.4, where Yard Limits start, J Tower (MP 3.1), where the speed limit is 10 mph at the west end of the Willard Yard on the north side of the line, and Willard (MP 0.0), formerly Chicago Junction, where a B&O line from Sandusky once trailed in from the north, and the Mansfield subdivision heads away southeast, while the New Castle subdivision continues straight ahead, with a 25 mph speed limit through a crossover at the east end of the yard.