It's hard to travel anywhere on Buffalo's East Side and not see it - the giant Art Deco tower of the Central Terminal. Opened just months before the Great Depression began, it handled most of Buffalo's passenger train service at a time when trains were the way to travel long distances. Virtually every soldier from WNY in World War II took a train leaving from the Terminal to basic training, or on leave. It's still a beautiful building. But is it a building we can afford to save?