Buffalo–Depew (Amtrak station)
A Lake Shore Limited train at Buffalo–Depew with a Heritage Fleet diner in the foreground.
|Address||55 Dick Road
Depew, NY 14043
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Owned by||State of New York|
|Passengers (2012)||126,466 4.8%|
The station is near the site where in 1893, Empire State Express Locomotive #999 attained its alleged top speed of 112.5 miles per hour (181 km/h), making it the fastest locomotive of its time.
The station serves three Amtrak services for a total of eight daily departures (four in each direction):
- Empire Service: four trains daily between New York City and Niagara Falls
- Lake Shore Limited: two trains daily between Boston, New York City, and Chicago
- Maple Leaf: two trains daily between New York City and Toronto
Notable places nearby 
See also 
- "Buffalo-Depew, NY (BUF)". Great American Stations. Retrieved November 27, 2012.
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