The 1927 filling station Frank Lloyd Wright hoped to design for Buffalo will officially open on Friday.
The exhibit will be open from 2 to 5 p.m. at 201 Seneca St. and Michigan Avenue.
The Wright exhibit is in the new 40,000-square-foot atrium at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum.
About 700 people are expected earlier for a private opening.
The two-story station, originally planned for the corner of Michigan and Cherry streets, has been constructed at full scale. The artfully rendered station features two 50-foot copper poles Wright called “totems” and overhead gravity-fed gasoline tanks. The station includes a second-floor waiting room with a fireplace and a large copper roof.
The News in November previewed the filling station.