We just got back from Buffalo where we spent the weekend exploring. One of our stops was Gothic City Antiques: masonic temple turned architectural storehouse and stop-over for the detritus of life. Located in a derelict part of town, the yard is full of choice bathtubs, sinks and garden features. The price however does not match the snow-covered condition of the goods. For example, the vintage Crane sink that I purchased elsewhere for $40, was selling for $175. Inside the building, a dichotomy between conditions (cold and cluttered) and price point continues. However, it is worth a visit if you are looking for a bit of a rummage in an incredibly strange building. We feel no twinges of regret at leaving it all behind state lines.