Tullygarth is a fictitious village situated somewhere in the Highlands of Scotland.
The layout is set in modern times between 1985 – 1995. The station has a central platform and still retains its signalbox and working semaphore signals. At one end a line crosses the River Tully which the village is named after.
There are both freight and passenger workings. The freight is served by a daily service that drops and picks up timber, wagons and box vans. Some of the freight workings serve locations further to the north and pass through the station.
All locomotives are DCC and sound fitted and weathered as is the stock.