Wide to Gauge Points

A Point End where the two Switch Rails are not connected by Stretchers.
There are two ways in which this can be applied:
Trap Points where the two switch rails move in opposite directions – both open in the Normal position; both closed in the Reverse position. Used where it is required that a derailed train keeps closely to the track alignment.
• A Point End forming part of two Crossovers, where each switch rail is operated by a separate Point Machine.