Deshler to East Toledo

From the 6,926 ft. east side siding, the flat crossing (35 mph on the crossing) with the double track former B&O Chicago Line, with connectors (10 mph) in the northwest, southwest and southeast quadrants, and 7,187 ft. west side siding at Deshler (MP 164.8), [see notes on Dayton to Deshler] the line continues north-northeast, single track, CTC, maximum speed 50 mph, past Farnham's, Custar, Milton, 7,491 ft. and 7,224 ft. sidings at Weston (MP175.8), , a detector at MP 178.8, the 8,253 ft. east side siding at Tontogay (MP181.6), the 7,136 ft. west side siding at Haskins (MP 185.2), Hull Prairie, and Roachton, turning northeast past a 25 mph speed restriction from MP 192.1 to Perry, Perrysburg (MP 192.8), the start of double track, Yard Limits at Perry (MP 193.6), where the maximum speed becomes 30 mph.

Now part of the Toledo Terminal sub., the line passes Evans, where the Toledo Terminal west-side line to Hallett comes alongside to the west, and the junction at Bates (MP 196.6/16.4), where there is a 20 mph speed restriction, the Toledo Terminal's east side line to Hallett via Walbridge turns east, and the former Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton continues ahead, with a Toledo Terminal line on its west side, past a connector from the Walbridge line trailing in on the east side, Rossford Yard, where a spur to a Ford Plant on the east bank of the Maumee River turns north (i.e., on the west side), a spur to the riverside at the north end of the yard, also turning away north, a bridge carrying a former PRR line overhead, a connector from that line trailing in on the east side, and a wye on the south side of the former New York Central's Water Level Route, whose east leg goes to East Toledo Yard and west leg to Fassett, the bridge over the Maumee River, and Toledo's Union Station.