Update: The Greyhound Station is been beautifully renovated and is now a Bru Burger. If you are in the area, you should definitely check it out!
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Anyone from Evansville knows of this beauty. Built in in 1939, it served as the hub for greyhound bus transportation until its closing in 2007. Since then it has sat with the hopes to be reused. Recently, Historic Landmarks purchased the aging building with hope to move their Southwest office there and also introduce developers to the building. I was fortunate enough to be let in via a tour of the building. I, of course, strayed from the tour to get some other shots...oops. It's beautiful Art Moderne architecture make this building someone unique in this area.
This was visited in the spring of 2013.
Main Lobby Area
Upstairs. This area had been blocked off since the 1980's.