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As We See It: Buffalo Exchange Street Station

As We See It: Buffalo Exchange Street Station

Buffalo is many things to many people, and those people often have different perspectives based on their own experiences. 

"As We See It," a new series by The Buffalo News photography staff, will take a fresh look at local landmarks with each of our photographers offering his or her unique perspective.

Our first "As We See It" collection focused on the Erie Basin Marina observation tower.

Next up: Amtrak's Buffalo Exchange Street Station.

The current depot opened to rail customers on November 8, 2020, with the departure of the eastbound Maple Leaf. The building was designed and built through a nearly $28 million contract awarded by the New York State Department of Transportation in late 2018. The modern facility was designed by Sowinski Sullivan Architects and is twice the size of its predecessor that stood on the same site.

Built of rich red brick with a buff-colored ashlar cast stone used for the base and cornice, the 4,800 square foot depot features a two-story pavilion with a seamed metal roof. The pavilion houses the passenger waiting room, ticket office and restrooms.

Chief Photographer

I have a front row seat to life in the Queen City. I enjoy exploring our community, sharing unique views, documenting history and bringing stories to life. 1999 News intern. 2000 Boston University graduate. FAA licensed drone pilot.

Staff Photographer

I'm a Springville native, a Buffalo State graduate, an award-winning photojournalist. I've been with The Buffalo News since 1996. I'm passionate about covering high school sports and music.

staff photographer

I have the best job in the world, running around and telling your stories through photographs. I've been a staff photographer at the Buffalo News for 24 years.

Staff Photographer Buffalo News

I have been a Buffalo News Photographer for the past 23 years, and worked previously in Buffalo for the Associated Press and United Press International. I graduated from Buffalo State College in communications in 1985.

I studied photojournalism at Syracuse University. Winner of 43 AP awards and national sports awards since 1993. Grew up in Patchogue, Long Island.

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