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"I've always loved this beautiful blue Art Deco style building in downtown Jackson. It was
originally the Greyhound Bus Station, built in 1937-38. Art Deco remained very popular
throughout the WW II Era."
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"Busses no longer come & go from here.......it's now home to a successful Architectural firm.
It does my heart good to see great pieces of architecture, like this, so well cared for and still
being used and enjoyed! Isn't it wonderful?"
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"Wishing you all a great Wednesday, Friends!"
~Mary Lou

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  1. 1000 Reasons - Happy New Year! 38 months ago | reply

    Great to see this type of beautiful building preserved. It always make me sad to see them in disrepair or worse torn down.

  2. tombarnes20008 38 months ago | reply

    What a beautiful shot of one of Jackson's most interesting buildings! I'm so glad that Mr. Adams restored this so carefully!

  3. Kitty W 38 months ago | reply

    It's a beautiful building, and how great that the current occupants clearly look after it well. Great lines and colour!

  4. DIXIE DOG, II 38 months ago | reply

    Wow !
    Great picture!

  5. Lancashire Lass ...... :) :) :) 38 months ago | reply

    Great capture Mary Lou and I agree with you I love to see old buildings restored to their former glory especially when they keep the originality seeing them as they where when they where first built :) :)

  6. MTSOfan 38 months ago | reply

    Looks like it's in great shape. Judging from the sign out front, there must be some funds to maintain it.

  7. Lit Bird 38 months ago | reply

    Great piece of architecture. I love the look of that era.

  8. It's a Keeper 38 months ago | reply

    I'm with you Mary Lou on loving this building! Great shot of this! Love it!

  9. myheartandsoul...ON and OFF 38 months ago | reply

    Nice one,Mary Lou ! I remember riding those Greyhounds a few times when I was a kid. My Mama didn't drive,so that was our transportation . Thanks for the prayer,sweetie !
    Glad your Son is home safe too !

  10. MaryLou1298 38 months ago | reply

    Thank you and you are so welcome, .

  11. Saint Claire Studio 38 months ago | reply

    Great find and shot! Boy, does this bring back memories (1000+ miles on a greyhound bus is NOT fun).

  12. Elisabeth, Kelev, Tama, Mazal 37 months ago | reply

    Very beautiful building, amazing that it is from 1937.
    Seen on your photo stream. ( ?² )

  13. seeit_snapit 37 months ago | reply

    It IS wonderful! How fabulous! I love that art Deco too.

  14. St. Louie Blues 37 months ago | reply

    Oh, I love art deco buildings... love the lines, the colors, the styling.... how fun for you to have this one so close.

  15. rosy outlook photography 37 months ago | reply

    really gorgeous - great capture of it on a lovely day!

  16. Daydream shots 37 months ago | reply

    Molto bella!!!!!!

  17. ~RichArtpix~ 37 months ago | reply

    fantastic.....hopefully this is registered with a landmark association of national registry of historic buildings so it is never torn down to make room for something "better"

  18. worldsfair39 35 months ago | reply

    One of the MOST lovely Greyhound depot's I've seen! Can you imagine what the buses looked like pulling out of this splendid place? There once was a time in America where detail, grandeur and grace abbounded in architecture... The use of rich and light colors, glass, tile and other materials of the era combined with streamline/deco design produced lovely buildings with even lovelier interiors... Sad to say that a good deal of the structures that survive rarely retain the original interiors.. which is a shame.

    Lovely photo, glad to see more deco buildings! Love'em!


  19. Vide Cor Meum Images 33 months ago | reply

    Wonderful building and beautifully maintained. We still have some houses in this area that are Art Deco. Lovely to see them still.

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