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Description based on material supplied by the layout owner
Bad Horn represents a branch line terminus in the Teutoburg Forest, Central German Uplands, around the turn of the millennium.
The station sees passenger trains from Paderborn formed of railcars or push-pull coaches as well as wagonload freight services.
Though Germany's railways were uniﬁed a few years previously, the stock is predominantly of Bundesbahn (West German) origin, most still carrying their old liveries with just a change of logo signifying the new organisation.
Trackwork is Piko, the working signals are Viessmann and train control is Roco DCC.
Sometimes I operate the layout with former East German stock representing the Ore Mountains in Saxony, though strictly speaking the signals are incorrect for this area.
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