The IN Tek derail is down the hill ... Gavilon's derail is manual and east of their dwarf signal.LakeATCS wrote:448 is Unique in that its got a Hayes power derail, and not a switch machine powered split rail.
I don't know if they have been replaced since July or are being replaced today. (I'd expect those dwarfs to be replaced.) All of the track work (non-signalling) should have been complete at CP 437 a couple of years ago when they installed the new signals and switch heaters. It is hard to see what they have changed from the ground due to the embankment ... but Google Earth shows the changes from the sky.