Pacific Electric car (possibly no. 1120) rolls through the 6th & Los Angeles Street intersection that plays host to a classic Greyhound Bus Station (northeast corner of 6th and Los Angeles) in this undated Robert T. McVay photo.
Update from Ralph Cantos:
This photo was taken from the north side of the 6th & Main elevated platform looking down on 6th Street as Pasadena bound car #1120 heads west to Main St. Greyhound moved out of this building when the big combined RTD / Greyhound Bus Terminal was built on the foot print of the PE 6th & Main elevated platforms. Years later, Greyhound pulled out of the Terminal and moved to 7th & Alameda Streets where they remain today. As for RTD city bus passengers, they were told to "take a hike" and be sure to bring an umbrella and a windbreaker coat , in other words, "go to Hell" Inside the Terminal, there were many shops and small business.. The business people lost their shorts when the RTD and Greyhound abandoned them...
Robert T. McVay Photo, Norm Suydam Collection