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  1. A diamond crossing is a segment. (Web site)
  2. A diamond crossing is a component of a Double junction.
  3. Diamond Crossing: A crossing featuring the diamond shape.
  4. Diamond Crossing : A location where two railroad tracks cross each other without the ability for trains to switch from one track to the other. (Web site)

Diamond Crossing

  1. The simplest and oldest arrangement consists of two turnouts and a diamond crossing. (Web site)
  2. The existing electric lock on the turnout would be effectively replaced with the proposed diamond crossing and single slip switch.
  3. Dominion Locomotive with 4-4-4 wheel arrangement (refer Whyte) Double slip A diamond crossing having slip roads on both sides of the diamond. (Web site)


  1. Setrack diamond crossing.
  2. A schematic diagram of a dual-gauge diamond crossing.
  3. Diamond Crossing is actually lower than Tahoe's lake level.
  4. Im pressuming then, you want a diamond crossing to go across the right hand mainline.
  5. The diamond crossing is inherently a heavy wearing component due to the gaps in the K-crossings, and this configuration eliminates the diamond. (Web site)


  1. In the middle of the layout, two of the lines cross each other via a diamond crossing. (Web site)
  2. The combination of a diamond crossing of small crossing angle, interlaced with two sets of points.
  3. Diamond Crossing Point where two tracks cross without connection.
  4. Diamond crossing Refers to the crossing of two tracks at an angle (the rails form a diamond-shaped figure in the middle). (Web site)
  5. An electric diamond crossing in the oval allows the outer 3 rail track access to the loco storage lines and a siding for the breakdown crane. (Web site)
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