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Johannesdorf is an imaginary town high in the Tirolean alps in Austria which is served by a 760mm gauge railway, the 'Tirolerbahn'. This 0e scale layout is set in the present day, and features the terminus station at Johannesdorf which combines a regular service of diesel hauled passenger and freight trains with a steam hauled train for the many tourists visiting the area. The line branches as it leaves the station, one running down the valley to the main line interchange and the other higher into the mountains which means that two passenger trains can often be seen in Johannesdorf station.

The layout is operated from the station end using Lenz DCC which means that we are able to chat with visitors and answer questions during exhibitions, something that we encourage.

Johannesdorf is transported in two cars needs two operators; we require hotel accommodation if the show is more than an hours drive from Birmingham.


For a video of Johannesdorf on Youtube, type 'Johannesdorf at Bakewell'. 

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Johannesdorf is 22' (6.7m)  long by 2' (0.6m) wide and requires a floor footprint of 25' (7.6m) x 6' 1.8m).


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