The Metro Rail Maintenance Yard or "South Park Terminal" houses Buffalo Metro Rail's 27 cars at the train shed at the former Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad terminal in the Cobblestone District of Buffalo, New York, USA, located at the southernmost fringe of the Central Business District. The station was originally built in 1917, and was designed to handle both steam trains and steam ships. The storage and maintenance facility was converted in 1982 with the demolition of the former ticket hall of the DLW Terminal in 1979.
The NFTA only use the lower portion of the sheds, with the upper level still abandoned.
Numerous proposals for adaptive reuse of the terminal have been floated publicly by various parties, including: a casino, a farmers market and loft apartments.