June 30, 2010
For much of the twentieth century, cross-country travel was typically accomplished by busmuch of the time a Greyhound Bus. Located in Blytheville (Mississippi County), the structure shown here is one of the most unique bus stations in the nation. The towns Art Deco Greyhound Bus Station is Americas sole surviving bus station of this style of architecture. In 2003, the station, which had fallen into disrepair, was purchased by community effort and today is owned by Main Street Blytheville.