Buffalo's DL&W Terminal, past and present
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Thursday, January 11, 2018
On Feb. 1, 1917, trains bound for places like Binghamton, Scranton and Jersey City first steamed out of Buffalo’s new Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Terminal. The depot was torn down in 1979, but a century after it opened, the train shed at the foot of Main Street awaits a new life — and its owner believes those days are coming. Here, take a look at the shed today and at pictures from the complex's past.