:curse: Youd think in a city as big as Toledo, there would be a decent hobby shop......well you would be wrong. I mean I know its not a major city, but jeez, theres one hobby shop, and they are always out of everything. Even simple things are hard to get. If anyone saw my post on 90 degree crossings, I went to the shop to buy 2 n gauge 90 crossings, they didnt have any, in fact the only crossing they had in stock was one bachmann ez track or whatever HO gauge crossing. The best place Ive found to buy supplies is Hobby Lobby. it seems kind of sad that I have to go to a lousy big chain store to find a decent selection. Half the fun is going to the small mom and pop store where you know the guy, and can talk shop, look in glass cases full of sweet looking trains and browse around without dodging soccer moms pushing cartloads of scrap book supplies. Hell I dont even have a place to buy locomotives. Does anyone else have this problem or am I overromanticizing things........maybe Im too old school?