This huge limestone structure from architect Wyatt C. Hendrick takes up an entire city block. It was constructed in 1933 ... More
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This huge limestone structure from architect Wyatt C. Hendrick takes up an entire city block. It was constructed in 1933 right next to the Texas and Pacific Railroad Terminal for easy access to mail trains. It is of primary interest as a visual delight, with its 16 classical columns displaying Texas cattle and a beautiful marble-lined lobby. Located within the same neighborhood as Burnett Park and St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, this building is a good incidental stop for pedestrians with a love of turn-of-the-century architecture. It entered the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
This breathtaking hall was constructed in 1893, slightly northwest of the site where the original 1849 fort marked the city's
beginning. This is the third courthouse to be built on this site; the first burned in 1876, while the ...
Situated in the heart of downtown, this mercantile and entertainment district features 20 blocks of renovated storefronts from the turn
of the century. The nostalgic buildings and red brick streets pay tribute to Fort Worth's heritage and provide a ...
Built in 1899, in an area once called Quality Hill, this is one of the last of Fort Worth's elegant
Victorian homes and was occupied by a cattle baron family until 1978. Its finely crafted woodwork and other architectural ...
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