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Beautiful building that has been completely renovated. Signs of the past were also revamped to appreciate the building as it was years ago.
This is a very cool building! The woman who greeted us was so sweet and gave us a tour.
Thank you again!
Buses are run down and drivers are rude! On my travel previous passengers had left clothes on the seats with garbage and no one cleaned them up. Driver wouldn't accept eticket although the ticket counter was closed early am. Awful experience!!
Located on Lamar Street, this building is important in the history of the Civil Rights Movement.
From 1961 the Freedom Riders challenged the segregated arrangements for travel and facilities by riding interstate buses and seeking access to the 'whites only' facilities. Jackson was a stop...More
I really enjoyed looking at the inside and outside. The art deco features are so beautiful. The architect that has his offices inside actually gave me a really nice tour of the building. How nice is that:) This is really worth seeing.