The Wester New York Historical Society maintains both the station building and displays at the Williamsville Lehigh Valley Depot in Williamsville, New York. Built by the Lehigh Valley Railroad when they wanted stop using the New York Central's "Peanut Line" and establish their own route to Niagara Falls, it carried passengers only until the 1940s, but freight into the mid 1970s.
In 1990, the Historical Society purchased the depot and leased the land from the Village of Williamsville. After a long restoration, the it presently hosts a number of railroad artifacts including a box car (built 1952) and caboose (built 1937).
A continuously growing album of photos that IMHO reveal the awesome and seldom seen beauty of railroads from the dimming of day to dawn's early light! From dusk to dawn, trains roll on! (I'm still finding sunset to sunrise surprises!)