I've been contacting lumber yards within a 25 mile radius. Seems I'm almost laughable at my inquiring of damaged doors. I have no idea why this appears entertaining to those I'm speaking to. It feels rude from my end. The typical response is: If they come in damaged, we send them back. Anyone with suggestions? Perhaps I'm going about it all wrong. I have so little space as it is, but it's been too many years just wanting a train to run that I feel desperate. An HCD might very well fit under our bed while not in use. Not the best solution, but one that could work. When life bothers me (no need to explain) I sometimes get up, go out in the living room, get one of my N scale pieces out and just look at it. I recall fond memories of being with my father on the railroad and, at least for that moment, things feel a little better. But I admit, I "need" a setup. Holding them isn't quite enough anymore. I need to have them rolling on a setup. I know almost ALL of you will understand. So, if you have other thoughts, let me know. I'm even looking around in case I see an HCD by the curb from someone throwing a damaged one out in a home remodeling situation. Hrm, as I typed that I just realized ... I need to contact local contractors! Oh well, I never claimed to be the brightest bulb in the chandelier! *chuckle* Blessings & best wishes, Pastor David J. Kress, Sr. P.S. My home is only about 750 square feet, so I don't have much space to work with. Can't complain too much though, it's paid for by next Christmas!