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Greyhound – Part II

The second floor of the station is very small. Holding a small hallway, two bathrooms, and the “terminal office”.

Great old banister and terrazzo floor.

Inside the Men’s room. Various shades of old green tiles line the walls.

The stalls are heavily covered in graffiti. Some of it dating to the late 70’s early 80’s. Were these washrooms once open to the public? Don’t forget to ask for Ted.

Different decor, but more of the same in the ladies room.

A lost art, gold lettering on doors…

Not too much to see here, a wooden enclosed cubicle. Anyone know what this was used for?

An old Art Deco styled wash basin.

More tomorrow…

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