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The historic Buffalo Central Terminal, opened in 1929 to serve more than 200 trains and 10,000 passengers daily. It operated for 50 years, until the Art Deco masterpiece officially closed as a train station in 1979. The iconic Buffalo Central Terminal has sat vacant and all but abandoned since the last train departed in 1979. As part of a  Empire State Development funded masterplan process, Mustard Seed World is working with the Central Terminal Restoration Corporation (CTRC) on a Master Plan  to guide  neighborhood redevelopment and reuse of the Buffalo Central Terminal outlining the future of the  18-acree Central Terminal site.

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