Lost Fort Worth

Lost Fort

From the humble beginnings of a frontier army camp, Fort Worth transformed into a city as cattle drives, railroads, oil and national defense drove its economy. During the tremendous growth, the landscape and cultural imprint of the city changed drastically, and much of Cowtown was lost to history. Witness the birth of western swing music and the death of a cloud dancer. See mansions of the well-heeled and saloons of the well-armed. Meet two gunfighters, one flamboyant preacher, one serial killer and one very short subway carrying passengers back in time to discover more of Fort Worth. Author Mike Nichols presents a colorful history tour from the North Side to the South Side's Battle of Buttermilk Junction.

  • ASIN: 1626192359

A Texas Steam Treasure

A Texas Steam


Sidney Dillon - Denver, Texas and Fort Worth Railroad Company

Sidney Dillon - Denver, Texas and Fort Worth

Stock signed by Sidney Dillon as president. Sidney Dillon (1812-1892) Railroad executive , born in Northampton, New York. He left his impoverished family farm at age seven to work as a water boy on railroad construction sites, and progressed to overseer and foreman. One of America's premier railroad builders, Dillon began his career in the industry working as a water boy on the Mohawk and Hudson, one of America's earliest railroads. In 1840 his bid was accepted to build a small section of the Boston & Albany Railroad. This job launched his railroad career, which included becoming the major contractor for the Union Pacific Railroad. He was actively involved in the construction of numerous roads, his largest being the Union Pacific, with which he became actively involved in 1865 through a stock purchased in the Credit Mobilier. As one of the principal contractors for the Union Pacific, Dillon's vast experience in the construction of railroads proved invaluable. He took part in the laying of the last rail in 1869 and received one of the ceremonial silver spikes used to complete the project. He served as director of the Union Pacific (1864-92) and twice as its president (1874-84, 1890-2). He wrote 'Historic Moments: Driving the Last Spike of the Union Pacific', published posthumously...

  • ASIN: B00TTBB6C2

1926 Railroad map of Texas, 1926 Index of Railroads and Lines. Includes 3 Insets of Fort Worth, Dallas, and Houston.|Historic Vintage Antique Wall Map|22"x24" Ready to Frame

1926 Railroad map of Texas, 1926 Index of

1926 Railroad map of Texas, 1926 Index of railroads and lines. Includes 3 insets of Fort Worth, Dallas, and Houston.

  • Brand: New York Map Company LLC
  • ASIN: B07L5Z1186
  • UPC: 709092399480

Yellow Bonnet SANTA FE F Units AT&SF Engine 287C Fort Worth TX Railroad Postcard

Yellow Bonnet SANTA FE F Units AT&SF Engine

Type: Printed/Lithograph.Size: Standard (5.5 x 3.5 ). Era: Chrome postcard. Pictures are of actual postcard. We take high resolution scans of the front and back. Please look at the pictures to view the condition. Our store is filled with postcards and we offer special Upgrade to Expedited Shipping to receive faster shipping and a tracking number. L3-03

  • Brand: Postcard
  • ASIN: B079WN1BNW

Rails through the Metroplex, Railroading in Dallas and Fort Worth [Blu-ray] [...

Rails through the Metroplex, Railroading in Dallas and

This is the way to see the abundance of railroading around Dallas and Fort Worth - one of the largest urban areas in the country. Locations include Tower 55, Tower 60, Saginaw, Dallas Union Station, the Trinity River Bridge and Irving. Railroads include UP, BNSF, TRE, DART, DFW&W, DGW and Amtrak. Modern railroading at its finest! Four railroads use gensets, and we see them all. Special features include the ability to turn the narration on and off.This is a widescreen format. It fills the screen in all 16:9 widescreen televisions and plays on all standard (4:3) televisions in a standard widescreen letterbox. Will play on all televisions. Shot with the latest wide screen professional video equipment.

  • UPC: 634553983116

Historic 1905 Map | [Map Showing Railroads and Connecting Lines of The Northern Texas Traction Co. from Ft. Worth to Dallas, Texas 83in x 44in

Historic 1905 Map | [Map Showing Railroads and

[Map showing railroads and connecting lines of the Northern Texas Traction Co. from Ft. Worth to Dallas, TexasWe print high quality reproductions of historical maps, photographs, prints, etc. Because of their historical nature, some of these images may show signs of wear and tear - small rips, stains, creases, etc. We believe that in many cases this contributes to the historical character of the item.

  • Brand: Historic Pictoric

Nancy Jane



RAILROAD City Island Monorail Idaho Shortlines Roster Fort Worth Denver 12 1967

RAILROAD City Island Monorail Idaho Shortlines Roster Fort

Issue complete. Contents 2nd scan. Handling wear. Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. VG or better condition. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described.

  • Brand: The Jumping Frog
  • ASIN: B0186UE4PC

Missouri Kansas Texas GP-38 MKT Tower Fort Worth Freight Railroad Postcard

Missouri Kansas Texas GP-38 MKT Tower Fort Worth

: Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad's GP 38-2 leading a Katy freight train as it approaches Missouri Pacific Tower 55 at Fort Worth, Texas on September 27, 1981.Era: Chrome postcardSize: Old Standard (5.5 x 3.5 )Postage Mark/Stamp: No.Very Good condition. Pictures are of actual postcard. We take high resolution scans of the front and back of the postcards. Please look at the pictures to view the condition.(Location: I2-54) Upgrade to Expedited Shipping to receive faster shipping and a tracking numberExported By ExportYourStore

  • Brand: Postcard

Schwalbe 26X1.75 Marathon Plus Rlx Wire Tire

Schwalbe 26X1.75 Marathon Plus Rlx Wire

The Schwalbe Marathon Tire incorporates light-reflecting sidewalls for better visibility and also utilize a Kevlar-MB-Belt for high puncture resistance. Features: Marathon Silica compound for easy rolling and longer life Reflex sidewalls incorporate light-reflecting bands Marathon and Marathon Slick feature Kevlar-MB belt puncture protection using a combination of natural rubber and Kevlar fibers Marathon Plus features New Smartguard puncture protection to resist thorns, shards, and even thumbtacks Dual Compound Technology with Race Guard puncture protection (india rubber and nylon fabric) Built-in suspension which absorbs over 36% of vibrations at the handlebar Kevlar-MB belt puncture protection using a combination of natural rubber and Kevlar fibers

  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Schwalbe
  • ASIN: B000NNR6LK
  • UPC: 402649507757

LEGO Minecraft The Mountain Cave 21137 Building Kit (2863 Piece)

LEGO Minecraft The Mountain Cave 21137 Building Kit

Build and experience the Mountain Cave, featuring an amazing minecart track with an integrated redstone‑powered minecart elevator, and an array of other features and functions, including TNT blasting, rotating spider‑spawner, charged Creeper explosion and a lava burst. Position the light brick to illuminate the rotating spider-spawner, wall of redstone, jack o'lantern, first-night shelter, furnace, lava or the torch above the cave entrance. Enjoy hands‑on Minecraft adventures featuring your favorite characters and objects with this easy-to-reconfigure, modular LEGO Minecraft set designed for young fans of the highly successful sandbox video game. Includes Steve and Alex minifigures, plus 13 mobs including a charged Creeper.

  • Brand: LEGO
  • ASIN: B072FB5KMY
  • UPC: 673419263818

Railroad 100% Embroidered Patch Collectible -Burlington Route 4"

Railroad 100% Embroidered Patch Collectible -Burlington Route

The Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad (reporting mark CBQ) was a railroad that operated in the Midwestern United States. Commonly referred to as the Burlington or as the Q, the Burlington Route served a large area, including extensive trackage in the states of Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and through subsidiaries Colorado and Southern Railway, Fort Worth and Denver Railway, and Burlington-Rock Island Railroad, New Mexico and Texas.[citation needed] Its primary connections included Chicago, Minneapolis-St. Paul, St. Louis, Kansas City and Denver. Because of this extensive trackage in the midwest and mountain states, the Q used the slogans "Everywhere West", "Way of the Zephyrs", and "The Way West The development of railroads was one of the most important phenomena of the Industrial Revolution. We celebrate that with our patch collection. With their formation, construction and operation, they brought profound social, economic and political change to a country only 50 years old. Over the next 50 years, America would come to see magnificent bridges and other structures on which trains would run, awesome depots, ruthless rail magnates and the majesty of rail locomotives crossing the country. Our patches are the highest q...

  • Color: multi
  • Brand: Cinnamon Orchid Patches
  • ASIN: B00K7J80KG
  • UPC: 096802336560

BLACK (The Black Series Book 1)

BLACK (The Black Series Book

In August 1831, Nat Turner leads a group of escaped slaves in a rebellion that rocks the South. The revolt comes to a quick and violent end. In November, Nat is publicly hanged, and as his body swings, a false sense of peace washes over Jerusalem, Virginia.Unbeknownst to the world, on the day Nat Turner dies, his son, Nat Hope Turner, is born. Reared by Big Mama on the Turner plantation, young Nat's identity is kept secret to keep him safe. As Nat grows to manhood, he leads his own uprising against slavery and is forever after known as Black.Fate-by way of Big Mama-leads Black to rescue a young female slave, Sunday, before the plantation owner can sell her. Black has lived for liberty until the day he comes face to face with the alluring Sunday. As the two embark on a sexually charged ride toward love and freedom, they set off a chain of events that forces Black to risk his own liberty for hers.Black shares the appealing tale of a passionate love between a man and a woman bound together to change their destiny.


The Little Engine That Could (Original Classic Edition)

The Little Engine That Could (Original Classic

  • Color: Multicolor
  • Brand: Penguin Books
  • ASIN: 0448405202
  • UPC: 038332270532

Historic Prints HP 12" x 24" 1905 Map Map Showing Railroads & Connecting Lines The Northern Texas Traction County From Ft. Worth To Dallas Texas

Historic Prints HP 12" x 24" 1905 Map

[Map showing railroads and connecting lines of the Northern Texas Traction Co. from Ft. Worth to Dallas, Texas]., E7092 U.S. Copyright Office "Copyrighted 1905 by L. Wertheimer."

  • Brand: Historic Prints
  • ASIN: B07GBF789Q
  • UPC: 745462519751

Sunbonnet Sue



Brides & Twins: Mail Order Bride Compilation : Historical Western Romance

Brides & Twins: Mail Order Bride Compilation :

THREE heartwarming series full of love, mystery, humor, and compassion. Thirteen books in all! The books of the first series, Brides & Twins have been on the Amazon best sellers lists in Western & Frontier, Religious and Inspirational, and Western Romance categories. It is my most loved series!The second two series of this Mail-Order Bride Romance Compilation have never been published and are exclusive to this box set. The stories are on fire with love, compassion, and faith! Brides & Twins SeriesMesquite, Texas, mid-late 1800’sJoin the honest, hard-working ranchers and strong, courageous brides of Mesquite, Texas as each couple blazes their path to love. Starting out with Molly O’hara, a Southern Belle from the war-torn South who falls in love with a tortured war hero. Then along comes four sisters, one by one from Pittsburg, all falling in love with the handsome ranchers of the Kennesaw and Turner Ranches. A Soldier’s Love, Book 1Taming the Rancher, Book 2The Wrong Bride, Book 3A Surprise Love, Book 4The Last Sister’s Love, Book 5Brides of Miller Ranch Series (Exclusive to this compilation!)Unorganized Western Territory (present-day Montana), 1840’sThis is a beautifully written series where less than perfect brides and cowboys find perfect true love. Sparks fly around...


Rails Around Fort Worth (Images of Rail)

Rails Around Fort Worth (Images of

Railways played a central role in the development of the American West. The railroad came to Fort Worth in 1876, and with it came the boom that transformed a city into a metropolis. From the arrival of the Texas & Pacific Railroad to the streamliners of the postwar era, Fort Worth has always seen the railroad as a vital part of its character. From transcontinental locomotives to the construction of elegant architectural landmarks and to small but convenient interurban passenger lines, railroad history is central to Fort Worth�s development. This is the story of a city�s love affair with technology, transportation, and industry. Through its connection to an emerging country via the railroad, the young frontier town of Fort Worth came to offer as much to the nation�s development as it benefited from it.

  • ASIN: B00K5E0PRE

Gulf To Rockies: The Heritage of the Fort Worth and Denver-Colorado and Southern Railways, 1861-1898 (Norhwestern Study in Business History, Book 1)

Gulf To Rockies: The Heritage of the Fort

Gulf to Rockies is a chapter in the business and economic history of the American West and the story of two of the most colorful railroad builders of the nineteenth century. Throughout the 1860s the mineral treasures of Colorado were virtually inaccessible for lack of railroads. Even after a hectic decade of building in the 1870s, the state faced a new sort of isolation: every railroad crossing her borders was controlled by the Union Pacific or the Santa Fe. As a result, the Rocky Mountain region could not hope to compete with the Midwest for the business of the Atlantic seaboard. To remedy this situation, John Evans, former governor of Colorado, organized in 1881 a railroad to run southward from Denver as the first link in a cheap rail-water route via the Gulf of Mexico to the East. Meanwhile ambitious Fort Worth citizens had incorporated the Fort Worth and Denver City in 1873. Not a rail was laid on either road, however, until General Grenville M. Dodge, famed builder of the Union Pacific and the Texas Pacific, took up the Texas project and joined forces with Evans to create the Gulf-to-Rockies route. It took seven years for these men and their associates to mobilize funds and complete the Fort Worth–Denver line, and another decade to establish the system’s independence and...

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Trains on the Fort Worth & Western Railroad

Fort Worth Railroad

Get It Online Here: http://www.pletsexpress.com/fnimall/Plets/100FWW/vid_trains.phtml Great train action along the rails of the Fort Worth & Western Railroad. The FWWR operates their long trains of frac sand and other commodities across their rail system that features 276 miles of rolling landsc...

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2248 Returns to Steam on the Fort Worth and Western Railroad 1991

Fort Worth Railroad

Fort Worth and Western #2248 is in the final stages of a beautifully done restoration and is under steam and moves out from the storage tracks where the restoration was completed. This was shot in the 8th Avenue yard in Fort Worth, Texas on November 16th, 1991. The engine was originally built by ...

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Grapevine Vintage Railroad - Full Ride - Grapevine To Fort Worth

Fort Worth Railroad

*This video was shot pre-TEXRail, the line has been majorly overhauled on the section show between time marks 0:00 and 30:00 After several days and a computer constantly failing on me, it is here, brought to you first by Texas Trains! Have you ever wondered what the whole GVRR route looks like? ...