The Greyhound bus terminal in Jackson, Tennessee is one of the few original 1930’s art deco terminals in the U.S. Driving this weekend to see it, I was first struck that the white bus with the San Antonio sign wasn’t blue and silver . No sign of a dog on either side.The building glowed and portraying it as I pictured it on a postcard from the past seemed a natural. At that time, traveling the country by bus symbolized adventure and the freedom to disembark in an unfamiliar place.
June 27, 2012
Take the Greyhound, Do people still travel by bus?