WB Junction to Moberly

At WB Junction (MP 212.8), the former Wabash line leaves the former Santa Fe on the south side, still heading just north of due east, single track, Traffic Control, maximum speed 55 mph, past the 6,920 ft. siding at Carrolton (MP 210.8), where it turns southeast, past a detector at MP 208.5, where the speed limit has risen to 60 mph, turning east to the 7,720 ft. siding at Wakenda (MP 203.8), just north of due east, northeast past Miami, a detector at MP 195.6, and the 6,306 ft. siding at DeWitt (MP 193.9), where it turns north-northeast, then east-northeast around a bend in the Missouri River, northeast and east-southeast, past the former junction with an erstwhile former Wabash branch from the north at Kelly (MP 188.6), the 8,220 ft. siding at Brunswick (MP 187.1), where there is a 35 mph speed restriction through town, reverting to 60 mph thereafter, Dalton (MP 180.0), and a detector at MP 179.5.

The line turns northeast, past the 8,320 ft. siding at Sido (MP 178.0), east past Keytesville (MP 176.0), east-northeast to the 8,320 ft. siding at Salisbury (MP 169.1), with a 50 mph speed restriction through town, after which the 60 mph maximum speed prevails, curvily east past a detector at MP 165.0, Clifton (MP 161.0), and Huntsville (MP 154.9), where Two Main Tracks resume and the maximum speed drops to 50 mph, to crossovers at Stamper (MP 148.5), where it turns southeast to the junction at Moberly (MP 148.1), where an erstwhile former Wabash branch once trailed in from the north, an erstwhile M-K-T line once headed south, the line reverts to single track, maximum speed 10 mph, there is a yard, and the line to St. Louis separates, on the south side, heading south, from the line to Springfield and Decatur, heading curvily east.