Inside Buffalo's Central Terminal, an art deco marvel in decay
Saturday, December 3, 2016
The Central Terminal has long been considered one of Buffalo's most architecturally significant buildings. The art deco train palace opened in 1929, built by esteemed railroad architects Alfred Fellheimer and Steward Wagner, who designed New York Grand Central Station and Cincinnati Union Terminal. Take a tour of the structure through photos by The News' John Hickey.
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