|Kentucky Greyhound Bus Stations|
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|Greyhound station [gone]
The Louisville station opened in 1937 as the first of the Arrasmith-designed, streamlined Greyhound stations. The exterior featured the initial use of blue porcelain-enamel steel panels. The interior featured a restaurant, barber shop, and baggage room. This station was demolished in the 1970s. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3.
This Paducah station is probably from the 1950s or 1960s. The station closed in 2010 and the signs were painted over. In 2014, the building was adapted for the Paducah Beer Werks. The sign was adapted with the "BUS" panels swapped out for "PBW". The Greyhound was replaced with the company's logo. The business opened in 2015. For more, see this website. [map]
More Kentucky Bus Stations:
Greyhound (Ashland) [gone?]
Greyhound (Lexington) [gone?]
Greyhound (Paducah) [gone?]
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