View of the Continental Trailways Building (c.1913, Jacques Benedict; remodeled in 1953) at 1669 Broadway in the Central Business District of Denver, Colorado, before it was demolished. Shows a three-story building with the first floor covered with plywood panels. Signs on the building read: "Continent[a]l Trailways" "Tours" "Sightseeing" and "Continental Restaurant." The building was originally constructed as the Flat Iron Building and remodeled for use as a bus terminal in 1953.
From inventory: "At the time the photo was taken, the building bore little resemblance to the original Classical Revival structure designed by noted architect Jacques Benedict."; Scanned image from loaned collection.; Title and content derived from inventory prepared by Jacquelyn Ainlay-Conley.; Digitization sponsored by the Kenneth King Foundation.; R7001512547
1 slide : color.
Is Part Of
Tom Noel photograph collection.; Tom Noel photograph collection, notebook Brighton Boulevard to Broadway.;
Continental Trailways, inc. Buildings--1970-1980.; Central Business District (Denver, Colo.)--1970-1980.; Denver (Colo.)--1970-1980.; Abandoned buildings.; Bus terminals.; Continental Trailways, inc.--Buildings--Pictorial works.; Abandoned buildings--Colorado--Denver--Pictorial works.; Bus terminals--Colorado--Denver--Pictorial works.; Denver (Colo.)--Pictorial works.
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