|Minnesota Greyhound Bus Stations|
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|former Greyhound station
|This former Greyhound station was built in 1945. It was designed by Stuart Beck. [map]|
|former Greyhound Station
|This Minneapolis station was built in 1937 as a Northland Greyhound depot. It was designed by Lang & Raugland. Greyhound moved to another location in 1968. In 1970, this station was converted into a nightclub/concert hall. Originally, it was named "The Depot" and later it became "Uncle Sam's Nite Club." It has been called the First Avenue Nightclub since 1981. The interior and exterior retain much of the original design including the dance floor which was the original station's waiting room. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]|
|former Mesaba Transportation Building
|The Mesaba Transportation Building was built around 1940. I believe it has always been used as a bus station. The building now houses Tactran Inc. I don't believe Greyhound ever operated here. [map]|
More Minnesota Bus Stations:
St. Paul (Arrasmith, 1954; demolished 1997; anyone with postcards or photos?)
|Main Bus Station Page|
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