The Greyhound Bus Terminal (located on New York Avenue, NW) is a stunning example of streamline modern style. It was designed by William S. Arrasmith and completed in 1940. The building remained an active bus terminal until it was sold in 1985. This model is constructed of a very hard resin plaster with window frames and doors made of etched nickel silver. The base and back are covered in black felt. Weight: 10 lbs.
Dimensions: 6.5” x 12” x 3”
$ 239.00 – Sold Out
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