In Belgium, there were several places around Mons and Charleroi where electrified metre gauge tramways crossed railway lines on the level. When the railway lines were themselves electrified in the 1950s, the tram routes were reorganised to terminate either side of the crossing, although the tram tracks were left in place so that cars could, if necessary, be hauled dead across the railway tracks.
The tramways, and sometimes the railway lines too, have long gone at all those crossings. However, the metre gauge coastal tramway still crosses non-electrified railway tracks in the Zeebrugge area - and a number of lifting bridges. I don't think that there are any tramway trap points, although the lifting bridges have an interesting arrangement whereby two routes, each with its own bridge, are provided and trams are routed over the alternative bridge if the straight-route bridge is up.