The public was invited to come out and see the Greyhound Bus Terminal stripped of all it modifications before restoration begins in June.
Doors are opened for the public to see the Greyhound Terminal in downtown Evansville.
The interior of the 1930's building has been stripped of modifications made in the last few decades so restoration can begin next month.
President of Indiana Landmarks, Marsh Davis, calls today's turnout great.
Marsh says they will seek proposals from interested parties in June.
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