Cisco to Ashcroft (CN)

There is a connection between the CN and CP lines at MP 104.4, as the railroads exchange sides of the Fraser River, the CP moving to the east side and the CN to the west on an arch bridge at a much higher level then the CP, with their bridges almost above one another There is a 6,210 ft. siding at  Cisco (MP 101.0), and a 6,580 ft. siding at Lasha (MP 96.5). At the confluence of the Thompson and Fraser Rivers, both lines are on the east side with the CN, at a lower level, having separate bridges over the Thompson and then the Fraser, rather than a single bridge over the Fraser to the north of the confluence. The line turns east and there is a 301 ft. tunnel at MP 94.7, a 24 ft. rock shed at MP 94.3, a 3,671 ft. slide fence at MP 94.02, a 742 ft. tunnel at MP 94.0, a 43 ft. rock shed at MP 93.9, a 51 ft. rock shed at MP 93.8, a 43 ft. rock shed at MP 93.7, a 3,305 ft. slide fence at MP 93.23, a 276 ft. tunnel at MP 93.1, a 44 ft. rock shed at MP 91.4, a 216 ft. tunnel at MP 91.3, the 6,500 ft. siding at Pitquah (MP 89.5), where the line turns north, a 4,870 ft. slide fence at MP 86.58, a 6,250 ft. siding at Seddall (MP 82.8), where the line turns northeast, there is a 550 ft. slide fence at MP 80.50, a 379 ft. tunnel at MP 80.5, a 428 ft. tunnel at MP 80.4, a 174 ft. slide fence at MP 80.38, a 200 ft. rock shed at MP 80.3, a 150 ft. slide fence at MP 80.26, a 271 ft. tunnel at MP 80.2, and a 225 ft. slide fence at MP 80.18.

There is a 7,970 ft. siding at Spence's Bridge (MP 74.8), where the line turns north-northeast, a 6,290 ft. siding at Martel (MP 68.4), a bridge across the river, a 6,340 ft. siding at Basque (MP 58.4), and connections both ways to the CP at MP 57.0, where both lines are on the south side of the river. Paired rail running ends at these connections.