Graycliff Estate in Derby, NY, on the Great Lakes Seaway Trail. Photo: Schmitter, Graycliff Conservancy

Buffalo, N.Y. - Organic, serene, naturally elegant, unique American treasures - all words used to describe the fine collection of six Frank Lloyd Wright-designed structures found in and near Buffalo, NY. The urban residences including the Darwin D. Martin House, Graycliff summer estate overlooking Lake Erie, the ethereally-named Blue Sky Mausoleum, and a working rowing boathouse built a century after it was designed are a popular tourist draw. Wright's architectural genius will be featured in the 2012 Great Lakes Seaway Trail Travel Magazine.  For information on the Travel Magazine, contact Seaway Trail, Inc. Director of Business Relations Kurt Schumacher at 585-857-1004, kurt@seawaytrail.com. The website at http://www.seawaytrail.com/ features architecture and other exciting travel themes for the 518-mile National Scenic Byway that parallels the freshwater shoreline of New York and Pennsylvania.

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Contact:  Publicist Kara Dunn, 315-465-7578 Photo: Graycliff Estate in Derby, NY, on the Great Lakes Seaway Trail. Photo: Schmitter, Graycliff Conservancy