Constructed in 1951, this was the first purpose-built bus terminal in Augusta. Designed by architect George D. Brown of Charleston, West Virginia, BGM Construction Company of Augusta served as the general contractor. Designed in the Georgian Revival style, it not only featured bus bays for ease in loading passengers, but a large waiting room, a restaurant, ticket offices, luggage storage areas and other amenities for the travelling public. Later owned by Southeastern Stages bus line, who had it demolished recently.