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Jenbach is a small town in the Tyrol region of Austria lying just south of Lake Achensee, known primarily as a way station for several railways: the Zillertalbahn, Achenseebahn cog railway and the Österreichische Bundesbahnen (ÖBB). The town is surrounded by beautiful scenery and a plethora of walking trails. Many little shops, bars, restaurants and cafés line the streets of Jenbach.

In the 15th century, Jenbach experienced a great economic upturn, seemingly mainly for mining. The first railway here in the town was a basic one from the mine in 1882. Yet mining took a downturn in the town following the First World War, when Jenbach passed into the possession of the Republic of Austria. For a relatively small town, it became quite a large railway centre, and is the only railway station in all of Austria that has all three gauges running through it.

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“A mix up with the the coaches at Koln station after a long & tiring journey. We were first taken to the wrong hotel being used by GRJ. The train from Koln was routed down the so called scenic route of the River Rhine in December when we would have preferred a faster route vis Frankfurt. Why did we not have a direct service to Innsbruck, particularly as we had a real struggle to board our train in Munich. Why did the guide in Verona not take us to the amphitheatre in Verona and over ran her time marching around the city? The trip to Fulpmes would have been better on non-Xmas Day when hotels cafes etc would have been open?
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