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Dotto Trains Borgo Pieve, 115 – 31033 Castelfranco Veneto (TV), Italy T: +39 0423 723020 E: info@dottotrains.com W:www.dottotrains.com


Dotto Trains


Ivo Dotto who wanted to offer a new alternative transport system, with its trackless trains allowing everyone to enjoy old towns and parks in complete freedom. It was 1962 when Ivo built a small rail train as a hobby for the


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factory's garden. It immediately became an irresistible attraction for everyone. The allure and success of this little train were proved by the increasing number of children who stopped and glued their noses to the fence every day to watch it in action, ever hopeful that they might have a ride. The first road train, free from tracks, was then produced in 1966, yet it took many years to improve the product and transform it into what it has become today. Ivo’s dream continues to be renewed with enthusiasm and determination day after day thanks to the skilled work of the Dotto family and their staff.


Products and services Every Dotto train is unique and can be personalised thanks to a wide range of colours and optional extras. Each project sees growth due to innovation and technical studies and the individual customer needs. Dotto trains are the best solution for comfortable and safe travel


through the narrow roads of cities of art or parks. They are composed of locomotives and coaches that can adapt to the most varied territorial requirements and are capable of handling steep slopes or bumpy routes thanks to their powerful engines and four- wheel drive. Focusing on the latest technologies and engines with the lowest


CO2 emissions, or even electric engines with zero emissions has always been a top priority. The first fully electric trackless train was realised by Dotto in1995. Specific chassis are projected and designed in order to provide high quality products. Dotto trains are also characterised by an efficient hydraulic- pneumatic braking system and the comfort for driver and passengers is assured in case of prohibitive climatic conditions.


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assion, tradition and quality are just some of the characteristics that have accompanied Dotto Trains since 1962. It is a dream born from the extraordinary intuition of


Sabrina Carraro, president Ottorina Carraro, vice president


Locomotive mod. Muson River with coaches mod. A91 – Classic Line


Dotto Trains offers a wide range of models suitable for different situations, from the old style to the latest futuristic designs. But always with a “touch of magic” that makes every journey an unforgettable experience.


2020 and beyond The year 2020 has seen all Dotto staff engaged in a number of new projects, set to be released into the market at the end of the year. Firstly, the company is prototyping a completely new 4x4 locomotive that will allow it to get to destinations never reached before. The new comfortable machine will be able to climb slopes of more than 20%. Dotto Trains maintains high attention to safety and sustainability with work on a new electric train, with higher performances than previous one, well underway. Avant-garde technology, top research and style, customer care


and respect for nature make Dotto an unbeatable partner for the creation and development of new tourist services and “constantly moving” commercial opportunities. Millions of people have enjoyed travelling on board a Dotto


train and in more than 50 years, more than 2500 trains have been delivered in major historic centres and tourist destinations around the world.


Handbook and buyer’s guide 2020


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