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Parked and preserved

Published March 21. 2013 4:00AM
Molly Bartels/AP Photo
The historic art deco former Greyhound bus terminal in downtown Evansville, Ind., which opened in 1939, closed in 2007. Ownership of the building was transferred Wednesday to Indiana Landmarks to serve as a regional office for the preservation organization.

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