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Pending board approval, Indiana Landmarks plans to restore the rare Greyhound Terminal at the corner of NW Third and Sycamore streets in Evansville for its southwest field office.

 

Vacant for four years, the 1939 building is one of two remaining terminals from Greyhound’s “Blue Period” and the only surviving station clad in enameled-steel panels designed by William Arrasmith, a prominent Greyhound architect.

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Taken on July 16, 2011