At the end of the 19th century narrow gauge railways of 760 mm were built in Austria and Bosnia-Herzegovina. This narrow gauge railway network was the largest in Europe. Most lines were replaced by the standard gauge, but some narrow gauge railway lines have been successfully retained, such as the Zillertal, Mariazell and Waldviertel lines. Our model should be a reminder of the narrow gauge railway between Bad Ischl and Salzburg, which long since belongs to the past.
Minimundus’s collection consists of various locomotive models and numerous carriages and uses 12 V DC.