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Making Tracks – Fort Worth’s Railroad History

January 13, 2024 9am – 11am

Join us for a free walking tour of downtown Fort Worth. This month, we learn about the impact of the railroad on our city, beginning with the arrival of the T&P in 1876. Throughout the years, the railroad has been an important part of the local economy and culture. We’ll also learn about the streetcars and our famous private subway.

Make your reservations (space is limited) and come enjoy the 2-3 mile walk through downtown Fort Worth with lots of stops along the way. We start with complimentary breakfast burritos at the historic T&P Train Station on the patio next to The T&P Tavern at 9:00 am. The monthly tours are given by knowledgeable guides who share a love of Fort Worth’s history.

Free parking at meters along W Lancaster Avenue or paid parking in the lot in front of The T&P building. Transportation directly to The T&P Station from Dallas, DFW Airport and mid-city transit stations is available via Trinity Metro.

So there will be plenty of breakfast burritos & tour guides please RSVP. This tour is free to individuals and families.

This is always a great event and an opportunity to see and learn more about the history of our unique and special city.

Registration on EventBrite.

Click here to visit the walkFW Facebook page to learn about our next walking tour of downtown Fort Worth. Space is limited each month.