The station building soon after opening in 1916
|Location||Scott and Main streets|
Buffalo, New York
|Line(s)||Lehigh Valley main line|
|Opened||August 29, 1916|
|Closed||August 11, 1955|
The Lehigh Valley Terminal was a railroad station in downtown Buffalo, New York. The Lehigh Valley Railroad opened it in 1916, replacing an older station one block east at Scott and Washington streets. Lehigh Valley trains served at the station included the Black Diamond, Maple Leaf and Star. The station handled the Lehigh Valley's passenger traffic in Buffalo until 1955, when it was demolished to make room for the New York State Thruway. The Lehigh Valley moved its operations to a smaller station outside the downtown area. The terminal also hosted the Erie Railroad's passenger trains from 1935 until 1951, when that railroad ceased serving Buffalo.
- Lehigh Valley Railroad timetable, September 27, 1953, Tables 1, 2
- "Lehigh Valley Railroad's New Terminal At Buffalo". Times Leader. July 13, 1955. p. 2. Retrieved August 4, 2018 – via Newspapers.com.
- "LVRR To Open New Buffalo Terminal". The Plain Speaker. August 3, 1955. p. 5. Retrieved August 4, 2018 – via Newspapers.com.
- Archer, Robert F. (1977). The History of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. Berkeley: Howell-North Books. ISBN 978-0-8310-7113-4.
- Murchison, Kenneth M. (1921). Passenger terminals and stations. New York City. OCLC 747310111.