|Pennsylvania Greyhound Bus Stations|
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|Greyhound Station [gone]
|I don't know when the Pittsburgh station was built or if it was originally a Greyhound.|
former Greyhound Station
|The Erie station, aka the West Ridge Greyhound station, opened in 1940. It was the smallest station designed by Arrasmith. The building is faced with Indiana limestone. It is located in Perry Square, at the center of downtown. In recent years, the building has been used as a restaurant and office space. Since at least 2010, the building has housed the Boardwalk Complex, a bar and nightclub. [map]|
|Main Bus Station Page|
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