The only I can see this working is if you make VLAN 2 native on Router 1 instead of VLAN 1. Router 2 will receive the TAG'd frame and bin it. By making VLAN 2 native, no encapsulation will be used so there will be no issue.
Thanks for the replies, it looks as though on the above link that the "Ethernet to VLAN over AToM (Bridged): Example " example will do just what I need so will test this one out. Do you know what the "interworking ethernet" does under the pseudowire-class statment, does this remove the dot1q tag before passing it down the pseudowire to the peer router.
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