Conrail Cleveland Line (Pittsburgh Division) from Cleveland to Alliance [and Rochester, PA]
A connection from the former Cleveland Short Line ascends on the southwest side (or the Cleveland Line descends, or both) to a connection at CP White (MP 114.2). The line continues southeast, double track, speed limit 50-40, with the former W&LE alongside to the northeast, past detectors at "White" (MP 112.9), crossovers at CP Maple (MP 110.3), a 25 mph speed restriction from MP 109.1 to 108.9, as the line turns south-southeast, Bedford, where the former W&LE turns away east, crossovers at CP Walton (MP 107.4), Wheelock (MP 106.5), where the line turns south, Motor (MP 105.4), Macedonia, Twin (MP 102.9), where the line turns south-southeast again and there are industrial tracks heading east, and crossovers at CP Hudson (MP 96.9), where there is a 5,850 ft. siding on the east side and the Akron Secondary heads south-southwest.
The line turns southeast, past detectors at "Hudson" (MP 94.8), Alsip, where a spur heads south to Darrowville, the former W&LE line bridges overhead, Earlville, detectors at East Rock (MP 89.5), Brady Lake Junction, where the Lake Erie & Pittsburgh once bridged overhead from the west and then trailed in on the east side, the former Erie once bridges overhead, and a connector to it once left on the east side, crossovers at CP Rave (MP 85.9), and former junctions with erstwhile connectors on both sides of the line to the (still extant) former B&O at Ravenna, which then passes beneath the Cleveland Line. A connector from the former Erie once trailed in on the east side, as the line turns south and then south-southeast, and passes Rootstown, detectors at "Rootstown" (MP 81.0), Atwater (MP 75.0), Limeville, and a former flat crossing and connectors with the former Lake Erie & Western just north of Alliance.
The crossovers at CP Alliance (MP 83.2) are at the intersection of the west-east Fort Wayne Line and the north-northwest to south-southeast Cleveland Line, with connectors in the northeast and southwest quadrants. Amtrak passenger trains change from the Cleveland Line, coming south, to the Fort Wayne Line, heading east (and vice versa) at this location