The layout is a freelance depiction of a line near the Austrian,German and Swiss borders and the traffic you might see on it. At one end you find Tschagguns station serving a busy tourist orientated town with its island platform station. It also serves local industries with several trains daily for the coal and lumber yards located to the north of the town and station. The line leaves Tschagguns and crosses a large viaduct with the river far below. On the far side, the line splits with one line heading to the Drunkens Brewery and the other reaching Lower Forthtal station . The line then disappears into further tunnels to continue the journey down the valley. Look out for the working road vehicles running along the layout crossing the valley by a traffic light controlled single lane road bridge. Trucks and buses use the Faller road system
Forthal Schmalspurbahn means Forth Valley Narrow Gauge railway.
Floor Area required: Layout is 8m x 3m – The layout is operated from the back and will need space for the operator