Track switching device?

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#1
I came across this device along some local tracks. I believe it's for switching the tracks a train would run on but I'm not sure. Any ideas?
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#4
Rails often have a date on them.

If there is a patent number, you can look it up and see when it was granted. The device can't be older than that.

Bruce
 


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