In the Pilbara we have Swing nose and fixed frogs.
The swing nose ones are motorised frogs. So you have the points motor and then the points motor for the frog.
These points when set for the reverse (diverge) allow you to go 65kph over them, they are rated to much higher speeds but don't think you would want to try it with a 30,000 tonne train.
In our yards we have got the fixed frogs which are just the standard frog you see everywhere else, they are limited to 35kph in both the normal and reverse positions.
But the swing nose are much better as they don't wear as much, much smoother to go over and of course allow the speed to be increased over turnouts.
Bit off topic but anyway might interest someone.......