Blytheville, Arkansas: Art Deco Greyhound Bus Station

Stylish deco-moderne 1930s bus station closed in 2001, was restored and reopened in 2010 as a transportation museum. Segregated customer entrances visible.

Main Street Blytheville

101-199 N 5th St, Blytheville, AR
N 5th St between Walnut and Main St.
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Art Deco Greyhound Bus Station

A freestanding art deco former Greyhound bus station has been restored and is at the corner of West Walnut and North 5th St. in Blytheville.

[Ed Gomboz, 04/23/2016]

The chamber of commerce opened it up as a museum; it contains displays about its history. Debra Jane Seltzer tells us there are many more of these Greyhound buildings preserved, some even still operating such as this one in Jackson, TN

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