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Saturday, July 10, 2010


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Very nice shot. I like traveling by trains.

P.S. You can use my picture or link.


What a grand — and clean — depot! But where are all the people?


Interesting, and nice reflections !


It odesn't look to be a busy hub - or maybe you planned it that way to get the most of the beautiful interior.
Old train stations do have a glamorous look to them.

Riau Daily photo

Interesting, and nice reflections. Beauty and artistic


Yowza, that's a fancy looking place. It would making waiting for you bus almost fun.

barbara farr

They did a nice job with the restoration. I am glad it is still used for the purpose it was designed.

I like your shot from yesterday with nothing in the background but that blue sky.


julie scottsdaledailyphoto.com

such a large public space and quite inviting with colors and design


The lights reflecting off the clear marble sure adds to the warm charm of this historical depot. Nothing too charming about the words "multi-modal transportation facility", though... sound like an engineer would come up with that... but hey, I'm just a marketer. :-D


I love these buildings built in the 20s and 30s - always such thoughtful design and attention to detail. Where did all that go??


Very nice looking.
You're right, every kid should have at least one train ride.
But just not a whole class of kids together! I have been on trains like that. Oi!

John McDevitt

Nice shot. The depot has an elegance that more modern terminals mostly lack.

Jenna Tate

I recently visited the Depot and you're right the new coffee shop is great. The staff, the set up and the coffee are all just what was missing for years. I think their coffee and smoothies are actually the best in town!

len docimo

I finally visited he depot after being in the High Point/Greensboro area for six years. I wasn't looking to travel (we have a depot in High Point). I was looking for the O Gauge train layout I had heard about.

It's on the second floor, but this particular day (Thursday or Friday), it was closed because there wasn't anyone there to open it. We were told it would be open on Saturday.

What I am looking for is a schedule when it is open so that we can visit and bring out-of-towners.


Len: Im betting if you call the depot and ask them and explain that you are bringing guests, theyll make sure to be there for you-- especially if you get a name and number. We dont have any direct connections so were not much help.  Good luck. Let us know how it turns out for you. Thank you for reading Greensboro Daily Photo.

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