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’Cause sometimes Fort Worth just won’t sit still

The Rock Island Got Rocked, But “a Mighty Good Road” Rolled

In the late nineteenth century, as Fort Worth worked to become the railroad hub that B. B. Paddock had predicted in 1873, securing a railroad for a city was not always easy. A railroad was an economic boon to a … Continue reading

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