Denison to Choctaw/FWWR Crossing (Fort Worth)

From the wye on the southeast side with the former M-K-T line (now the Texas Northeastern) south to Sherman and into Denison, and the 9,355 ft. siding at Ray (MP 660.9, where the speed limit is 60 mph, to MP 662.9, where it is 30 mph), where the line turns west, with Ray Yard on the south side, and then northwest at the west end of the yard at South Lead Ray (MP 663.7), the line continues, single track, CTC, with speed limit 50 mph, turning southwest, and west where an erstwhile line from Denison once trailed in on the south side, past the long spur to the south at Perrin Field (MP 666.6) and  the 5,765 ft. west (north) side siding at Pottsboro (MP 666.6 - MP 667.7), turning southwest and then west-southwest past a detector at Hanger (MP 673.7), Sadler (MP 679.2), where the speed limit has risen to 60 mph, and the 8,051 ft. west side siding at Whitesboro (MP 682.0, where the speed limit is still 60 mph, to MP 683.7, where it is 30 mph), where there was once a crossing with an erstwhile line between Sherman and Gainesville.

The line turns south, past a detector at MP 688.7, where the speed limit is back to 60 mph, Collinsville (MP 689.5), a bridge over Lake Ray Roberts, and Tioga, south-southwest, bridging over another arm of the same lake, and south again past the 11,478 ft. west side siding at Pilot Point (MP 699.3, where the speed limit is still 60 mph, to MP 701.6, where it is 40 mph), and a detector at MP 704.3, where the speed limit is back to 60 mph, turning southwest past Aubry (MP 708.6), bridging over Lewisville Lake, turning just south of due west past the 9,008 ft. east side siding at Mingo (MP 713.5, where the speed limit is 50 mph, to MP 715.4, where it is back to 60 mph), additional track at Pillsbury (MP 716.2), and a detector at MP 717.2, south-southwest past Denton (MP 719.1), where there is a 40 mph speed restriction, and a bridge carrying the former Santa Fe line into Dallas, now owned by the Kansas City Southern, and just west of due south past Argyle (MP 725.1), where the speed limit is back to 60 mph.

There is a detector at MP 729.4, the 7,440 ft. east side siding at Roanoke (MP 735.2 - MP 736.7), where there is a 40 mph speed restriction, additional track at Nestle Foods (MP 737.0), Keller (MP 740.3), where the speed limit is back to 60 mph, Kroger (MP 741.6), Watauga, a turn to the southwest, and the flat crossing (25 mph on the crossing) with northwest quadrant connector (used by UP coal trains in one direction) with the Fort Worth & Western Railway line into Fort Worth, at FWWR Crossing (MP 748.1).