Blue steel panels to be re-installed on Greyhound station

Blue steel panels to be re-installed on Greyhound station

Indiana Landmarks says the historic Greyhound station in downtown Evansville will soon be blue again.

More than 300 enameled steel panels, which were removed for restoration, are ready to be re-installed.

Workers are currently test-fitting the panels to the building.

They have also buried electric lines, installed glass blocks and installed restored steel window frames.

Indiana Landmarks is restoring the Greyhound station and is looking to find a tenant that will, "add to the vitality of downtown Evansville."

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