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Historic Greyhound Bus Station

The rehabilitation of the historic Montgomery Greyhound Bus Station was completed for the Alabama Historical Commission in 2011.

Over the years, the adjacent Federal Courthouse had encroached on the existing bus station building but a portion of the original 1950’s structure had been preserved because of its strong associations with the civil rights movement. The building was converted into The Freedom Rides Museum, which included refurbished interiors, new exhibits and work from sixteen noted artists commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Freedom Rides.

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