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Virginia Greyhound Bus Stations

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Greyhound Station [gone]
Norfolk, VA
This Norfolk station was designed by Arrasmith and built in 1942. It featured a 100-seat restaurant. It was the first station not to have the pylon sign situated above the entrance. This station has been demolished. For more, see this photo.

former Greyhound/Trailways Station
Norfolk, VA
I believe this Norfolk station was built in 1961. It features this small bus stop structure on the corner. This building is now owned by the City. The Trailways sign on the side of the building is gone now. The mushroom canopy is still there. [map]

former Tri-State Coach Bus Station
Big Stone Gap, VA
This former Tri-State Coach bus station appears to be from the 1940s. It most recently housed Star Video. The building was vacant when these photos were taken in 2010. By 2015, the building had been painted green. For more, see this website. [map]

Trailways Station
Petersburg, VA
This Trailways station was built in 1946 for Trailways which operated here until 1956. It was later used by Greyhound. In 1960, there were successful sit-ins at the building which resulted in desegregation. The building was designated a state landmark. The station was still operating when these photos were taken in 2009. It has been closed since at least 2012. [map]

More Virginia Greyhound Stations:
Richmond [gone?]
Roanoke [gone?]

Main Bus Station Page

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