(Pete Gallivan – WGRZ) For four decades, a bronze-colored statue of a bison greeted visitors to Buffalo’s grand Central Terminal.
It was a symbol of the city as well as the building. It also became a meeting place. People picking up loved ones often said “we’ll meet under the buffalo.”
After the terminal closed for good the statue was left behind, then during the many years of vandalism, it was knocked from its pedestal and smashed.
Now that the restoration is progressing and visitors are coming through, one of the most asked questions has been “where’s the buffalo?”
That question was answered today.