With the demolition of the old Greyhound Bus depot to make way for High Speed Rail station project, a hallowed ground of sorts has been laid bare. It is the spot where James Faber, in April of 1872, put up a tent to make a primitive general store John Walker The Fresno Bee
With the demolition of the old Greyhound Bus depot to make way for High Speed Rail station project, a hallowed ground of sorts has been laid bare. It is the spot where James Faber, in April of 1872, put up a tent to make a primitive general store John Walker The Fresno Bee

Fresno’s hallowed ground of history exposed, rekindling memory of first resident

April 15, 2017 02:00 PM