Ooltewah to Cleveland

From Ooltewah (MP 226.6), where 2MT end in favor of single track, and the line splits (40 mph on the turnout), one leg heading south for Cohutta (and Atlanta) and the other east for Knoxville, single track, Automatic Block Signals, Traffic Control (CTC), maximum speed 60 mph for intermodal and 50 mph for other freight trains, with a local 40 mph speed restriction on curves to MP 225.6, past a continuation of the 40 mph speed restriction on curves for intermodal trains, and a 35 mph restriction for freight trains, from MP 225.6 to MP 225.1, a slide fence at MP 225.2, a turn just east of due north, with a 40 mph speed restriction on curves from MP 225.1 to MP 220.7, a turn east again, McDonald (MP 220.8), a turn northeast, southeast, and curvily east again, with a continuation of the 40 mph speed restriction on curves for intermodal trains, and a 35 mph restriction for freight trains, from MP 220.7 to MP 220.3, a 40 mph speed restriction on curves from MP 220.3 to MP 219.9, and a 45 mph speed restriction on curves from MP 219.9 to MP 217.2.

There is a detector at "McDonald" (MP 219.3), a continuation of the 45 mph speed restriction for intermodal trains, and a 40 mph restriction for other freights, on curves from MP 217.2 to MP 217.0, as the line turns north-northeast, a 45 mph speed restriction on curves from MP 217.0 to MP 213.0, start of a 7,328 ft. east-side siding, at Dockery (MP 215.0), a turn east-northeast and then north-northeast again, past the end of the siding and wye junction with another leg of the Atlanta line, on the east side, at Bradley (MP 213.5), with a 30 mph speed restriction on curves, from MP 213.0 to MP 212.8 and a 50 mph speed restriction on curves, from MP 212.8 to MP 209.1, past the yard Cleveland (MP 212.7) and Lyle (MP 211.7), where the line turns east.