Abandoned Buffalo Central Station

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10 comments to Abandoned Buffalo Central Station

  • alex

    Wonderful set, I love that station, wish I could see it someday.
    Thanks for posting.

  • qka

    Believe it or not, in 1900, Buffalo had more millionaires per capita than any other city in the USA.

  • Nick

    Great photos – it’s quite similar to Grand Central station, NYC. I wonder what those dolls and puppets are doing there?

  • Sonia Rumzi

    Stunning! Sad and amazing!

  • Jennie

    That’s quite a shame. Cincinnati has a station of similar vintage and years ago turned it into a phenomenal museum center that houses two museums – local history and natural history.

  • Rory

    Hah! Thanks so much. I passed this station a train ride from Chicago to Rochester, and I snapped some photos of it, wishing I could have a look inside. And now I can. :)

  • tovangar2

    I’d love to see some Federal stimulus money go towards rehabbing Central Terminal. What an vital asset it would be to the neighborhood & create so many jobs.

  • Thomas

    I grew up in Buffalo and ran through this place as a kid back in the 90′s. It was a fixture of the neighborhood so it didn’t get beat up as bad as some other places. I’m happy to say that it has been rescued and is being restored. The main concourse is now used for Art showings and other social events.

  • Jonathan

    Whoever posted this is way off base. The Central Terminal has not been “abandoned”. Many of these photographs are old, and from various sources.

    The Central Terminal is still used, albeit sparingly for events.

  • Lucy

    Lovely building. Even if it is being restored, if it’s for use as an arts centre, it speaks volumes about the American’s worship of the car!

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