Corsicana to Ennis (Garrett Junction)

From the 7,551 ft. siding at Corsicana (MP 208.6 - MP 210.2), where an erstwhile Cotton Belt line from Hillsboro once trailed in from the west (and/or made a flat crossing) and the former Cotton Belt line to Big Sandy, Texarkana, and St. Louis splits off just north of due east, on the east side of the former H&TC/SP line to Dallas, which continues just west of due north, single track, Track Warrant Control, Automatic Block Signals, speed limit 40 mph, past Carl, and the 10,067 ft. siding at Rice (MP 221.1), turning northwest past a detector at MP 225.0, and north-northwest past Ennis (MP 231.7), where the speed limit is 30 mph and an erstwhile SP line to Greenville once headed away northeast, and Garrett Junction (MP 233.7), where the speed limit has risen to 40 mph and the Fort Worth line (the UP Midlothian sub., former H&TC) splits off to head west-northwest on the west side of the Dallas line heading just west of due north.