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Before Central Terminal; Grand Plans For Public Rail Palace on William Street
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August 31, 1907 - Railway & Engineering Review
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Prior to the construction of Buffalo Central Terminal, there was a lot of opposition to the building of a NEW Buffalo train station on the Eastside of Buffalo. At the turn of the century, a Buffalo Union Station was proposed for the corner of William Street & Fillmore Ave. One of the major concerns was the site's close proximity to the Buffalo Stockyards, located adjacent to the station site. This editorial image was published in 1906.