St. Elmo to Findlay Junction

From the junction with the former Conrail St. Louis line, trailing in on the north side, at West St. Elmo (MP 224.4/157.8), where there is a 40 mph speed restriction and north and south 12,500 ft. sidings start, to the end of the sidings and speed restriction, and second junction with the St. Louis Line, now on the south side, at East St. Elmo (MP 220.8/154.3), with both line running side-by-side, past a detector at MP 219.5, where the full line speed prevails, a former flat crossing with an erstwhile former B&O line, a turn away from the former Conrail line, to just east of due north, with the right-of-way of the erstwhile B&O on the west side, past the 9,691 ft. siding at Altamont (MP 218.0 to MP 216.0), a spur at Moccasin (MP 212.9), where the former B&O r-o-w turns away, Holland, a spur at Mode (MP 204.5), where there was once a flat crossing with an erstwhile former Nickel Plate line, a detector at MP 201.0, and the 10,184 ft. siding at Clarksburg (MP 199.8 to MP 197.8), within which the line turns north-northwest, past a spur west where there was once a flat crossing with the erstwhile former Big Four, at Shelbyville (MP 193.9), where there is a 20 mph speed restriction and the line turns north, a detector  at MP 190.4, where the full line speed prevails, a turn north-northeast, Duvall, and the wye on the west side, with the St. Louis line, coming from the west-southwest, at Findlay Junction (MP 185.5).