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  • I have the Kiowa Jct. kit from Campbell, however the walls are painted, and a few of the pieces of wood have been cut. I'd say everything is there, including the instructions. The front wall, I cut out a door way, as I wanted to modify the kit, however it isn't built up. I had intended to use in on my layout, however just haven't had the time to put it together since I got it in the late 80's or 90's. Let me know
    Hi, Iron Horseman...came your name today on the Model Railroad Forums, and I signed on. As I recall it seems in a discussion of track planning software, you mentioned that you had a copy of the now virtually extinct Atlas Right Track layout software, Version 8.0. Earlier today, I received an email that a model train publication wants to do an article they asked me to submit. One thing they want is a track plan, in addition to the photos. I dug out a CD of my Final version of the plan... but have purchased a new PC since then... and nowhere in the house can I find a copy of my Atlas Right Track application And I know that Atlas no longer offers the item. Could I impose upon you for a copy? That would save me grief. In return, in addition to my great "Thanks", when the article is due to appear this Fall, I will send you a signed copy of the magazine. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Dave Barcomb, Superintendent of the Silver River Branch, DRGW.
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