Avard to Wellington

From Avard (MP 335.9), where a former Frisco line to Enid and Tulsa that carries much intermodal traffic destined for Birmingham and the southeast USA heads east, the line continues northeast, with speed limit 70 mph for passenger trains and 55 mph for most freight, past East Avard (MP 335.4), where a new second Main Track was introduced on October 20, 2015, a detector at MP 339.3,  the 18,966 ft. siding at Noel (MP 328.9), a speed limit of 60 mph on curves north and then east between MP 328.0 and MP 325.3, Alva (MP 324.7), where a Rock Island branch once headed east, a new second Main Track was introduced on March 10, 2015, and the speed limit is 45 mph on the curve back to the northeast, a speed limit of 60 mph on curves between MP 324.0 and MP 323.5, a detector at MP 323.0, a curve east-northeast and then north-northeast, the 11,400 ft. siding at Brink (MP 319.5), where the speed limit is 70 mph again, Capron (MP 316.4), and the former 10,178 ft. siding at Loder (MP 313.2), where Two Main Tracks had existed prior to March 10, 2015.

The following route description predates the introduction of the second main track east of Loder, some time after 1991.

A 17,800 ft. siding starts at West Kiowa, continuing past the Oklahoma-Kansas line, a UP crossing (with a former MP branch west to Hardtner) at MP 307.8, where the speed limit is 40 mph, and Kiowa (MP 306.9), where Santa Fe branches once headed north and south-southeast the speed limit is 70 mph again, to East Kiowa, continuing northeast past a detector at MP 303.1, the 11,282 ft. siding at Hazelton (MP 299.8), the 10.500 ft. siding at Crisfield (MP 292.2), the 7,700 ft. siding on the north side and the 6,650 ft. siding on the south side from West Attica past Attica (MP 285.6), where a Santa Fe branch once headed west at a wye on the northwest side, and the line turns east-northeast, to East Attica, continuing east-northeast past a detector at MP 283.1, the 7,300 ft. siding at Eula (MP 280.3), and the 19,477 ft. siding from West Harper past crossovers at CP 2744 (MP 274.4) and a former wye on the north side and flat crossing with erstwhile Santa Fe branches north and south, as the line turns east at  Harper (MP 273.8), to CP 2732 (MP 273.2), where a Kansas City, Mexico & Orient line once crossed on the flat from northeast to southwest.

The line heads east past the 13,010 ft. siding at Danville (MP 266.5), where it angles east-southeast past a detector at MP 264.4, and then east again past a flat UP (former MP) crossing (MP 259.6), where the speed limit is 50 mph, the 7,300 ft. siding at Argonia (MP 259.2), where the speed limit is 70 mph again, the 8,450 ft. siding at Milan (MP 254.1), the 7,800 ft. siding at Mayfield (MP 247.0), a detector at MP 244.2, the 12,500 ft. siding at Roland (MP 242.1), and a speed limit of 60 mph on curves between MP 239.7 and MP 239.6, bridging over a former Rock Island line now owned by UP to HS Junction (MP 238.5), where the speed limit is 40 mph as the former Santa Fe line north from Fort Worth and Oklahoma City joins from the south at a wye, and the 3,550 ft. siding at Wellington (MP 238.0), where there is a yard and shuttle-enabled grain elevators.