As of Monday, <137>March 3, 2015, a large piece of <137>demolition machinery had been offloaded <137>just <137>inside the property line fence of the old Greyhound ‘Carolina Coach’ <137>warehouse and outbuilding<137> complex in downtown <137>south<137> Raleigh. <137>and workers were on site inside the large building at left.<137> Demolition permits have been approved by the City of Raleigh for four of the five buildings on the <137>block square<137> site.
As of Monday, <137>March 3, 2015, a large piece of <137>demolition machinery had been offloaded <137>just <137>inside the property line fence of the old Greyhound ‘Carolina Coach’ <137>warehouse and outbuilding<137> complex in downtown <137>south<137> Raleigh. <137>and workers were on site inside the large building at left.<137> Demolition permits have been approved by the City of Raleigh for four of the five buildings on the <137>block square<137> site. PHotos by Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
As of Monday, <137>March 3, 2015, a large piece of <137>demolition machinery had been offloaded <137>just <137>inside the property line fence of the old Greyhound ‘Carolina Coach’ <137>warehouse and outbuilding<137> complex in downtown <137>south<137> Raleigh. <137>and workers were on site inside the large building at left.<137> Demolition permits have been approved by the City of Raleigh for four of the five buildings on the <137>block square<137> site. PHotos by Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Historic Carolina Coach 1939 depot in Raleigh up for demolition

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