Columbus to Paget

From CP 138/Grant (MP 138.0), where the joint former PRR and former B&O line to Newark heads east, the former Conrail (Big Four) Columbus Line heads north, Two Main Tracks, CTC, maximum speed 30 mph, past the start of single track, CTC, at CP 136 (MP 136.8), where the maximum speed becomes 55 mph for intermodal trains and 40 mph for other freight trains, where the NS Sandusky line (former PRR, transferred in 1964) comes alongside to the east, MP 135, where the maximum speed for intermodal trains rises to 60 mph, Clintonville, a dragging equipment detector at "Clintonmville" (MP 133.7), CP 133 (MP 133.5), a 45 mph speed restriction for intermodal trains from MP 132 to MP 131, and a 50 mph speed restriction for intermodal trains from MP 131 to MP 130.

There is an acute-angled flat crossing (40 mph on the crossing) with the parallel NS Sandusky line at CP 130 (MP 130.1), along with a 4,280 ft. controlled siding north of the crossing, after which the maximum speed rises to 65 mph for intermodal trains, 50 mph for some freights, and 40 mph for general merchandise trains, past Worthington, CP 129 (MP 129.0), Flint, a detector at "Lewis Center" (MP 125.0), where the maximum speed rises to 70/50/40, Lewis Center, Pershing, the split between the line on the west side via Delaware (30 mph speed restriction) and the cutoff direct to Paget at CP 117/Jones (MP 117.1), where the Delaware line turns northwest, past a bridge carrying the NS Sandusky line overhead, a sharp turn northeast, the junction with the Delaware Industrial (the former Big Four line direct from Springfield, now truncated just a few miles to the west) at CP 114 (MP 114.0), another bridge carrying the NS Sandusky line overhead, and the lines coming back together at CP 111/Paget (MP 111.1).