J. Douglas Galyon Depot, Greensboro

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J. Douglas Galyon Depot, also known as Greensboro station, is an intermodal transit facility in Greensboro, North Carolina. Located at 236 East Washington Street in downtown Greensboro, it serves Amtrak passenger rail and is the city's main hub for local and intercity buses.

The station was built in 1927. Train service was moved to a new building outside downtown in 1979. The historic station was renovated and reopened as a transit center in 2005.
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  • Where else can you leave your car for 30 days free of charge when traveling on Amtrak? Nowhere ! The depot is well patrolled and no loitering is allowed. This has to be one of Amtrak's best stations.....  more »
  • Sadly train travel (at least in this part of the US) is a lost mode of transportation. We enjoy traveling the Eastern corridor via Amtrak. Our travels have taken us to Philadelphia and recently to.....  more »

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