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Vulture Gulch Express Steam Train construction set (B&W)

Vulture Gulch Express Steam Train construction set (B&W)

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Welcome to Vulture Gulch, the Old West town where life is cheap, and so are the buildings! You demanded an Old West town in the tradition of Vyllage-on-the-Cheep, and Gary M. Williams has created this new building kit line to oblige you!
One of the most amazing paper kits we`ve ever produced, the Vulture Gulch Express by Mark Dykstra is a steam train of the era from 1850-1900, complete with small locomotive, tender, boxcar, flat car, passenger cars and caboose. These are scaled to go with our MicroTactix cardstock figures and Vulture Gulch building sets, but they would be at home in a modern theme park, too.
Along with the train itself, you get both graded and ungraded straight track sections, curved track sections, a water tower, flat car loads, and the Vulture Gulch train station. The set also comes with several sets of signs for the cars, engine and station -- plus editable, colorizable tif files for the signs so you can easily customize them!
NOTE: This set is now available in a fabulous FULL COLOR version (MTX-VG2002) as well!

Vulture Gulch Train Crew Figures

A train crew for the Vulture Gulch Express! This free set of figures by Matt Drake is designed to go along with the Vulture Gulch Express steam train by Mark Dykstra. The set includes both a PDF and a colorizable TIF file with figures for the engineer, fireman, conductor, two baggage handlers, and a drifter who`s been riding the rails.
CLICK HERE for immediate free download!

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MTX-VG1001 - Vulture Gulch Basic Set old west cardstock buildings
MTX-VG1002 - Vulture Gulch: The Fort
MTX-VG2002 - Vulture Gulch Express Steam Train (COLOR)
MTX-VG3001 - Prof. Laddamoore`s Submarine Boat
MTX-CF2001 - Vulture Gulch Western Denizens cardstock figures

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Michael B January 21, 2017 4:02 am UTC
I am interested in the color version of this model but can't find it anywhere. The link to it sends me to some other unrelated product.
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File Last Updated:
October 01, 2002
This title was added to our catalog on October 01, 2002.