Tuesday, September 22, 2009

The Baltimore Greyhound station was designed by Arrasmith and built in 1942. The building was faced with white limestone and features terrazzo floors. At one point, it served as a bank. The Greyhound inlay survives in the sidewalk at the Center St. entrance. In 1997, the building was purchased by the Maryland Historical Society. They were restoring the building as an annex when these photos were taken. The former station’s running dog rooftop sign has been moved around the block.

I just love these pictures I found of the “hound”–the one is still visable in the sidewalk.


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