This is probably an odd question but here goes. Refering to the attached diagram, the points are thrown in the direction of the red arrow so that a train traveliing from direction A will continue through to B. Without switching them, will a train traveling from direction C go through to A without a problem or would there be a significant chance of derailment? I've noticed that when I laid out a short test section it worked, but am unsure if it would work in a real life situation. I'm in the process of determining my wiring and laying out my control panel and one less switch to worry about would help. There isn't a situation where a train would need to go from A to C so that's not a factor. Also, this is in an unseen section of the layout so the visual detail is unimportant. Has anyone ever tried this before?