'Kept up' wouldn't have been the term which sprang to mind for Cincinnati Union Terminal station after hearing at an APT Conference in 2018 how many millions were spent just fixing the leak in the fountain out the front. (APT is the Association of Preservation Technology) They didn't squirt a bit of sealant around. Instead they demolished the original fountain and concrete bridge structure and rebuilt it completely. The justification was that a recurrence of a leak over the road passing underneath would be difficult to address. I think they could have been a little more conservative. Losing the link to the train concourse takes away a lot from these stations in my opinion. This is Buffalo Central Terminal, where some of the conference events were held - And from the outside, showing the demolition of part of the pedestrian concourse to provide additional height clearance on the couple of remaining tracks. A bit like going to a theatre with no auditorium beyond the lobby.