From historic railroad bridges to Fort Worth's iconic Masonic Temple, this year's endangered places represent a wide swatch of our city's rich architectural legacy. Click to learn more.
In a recent letter addressed to the Fort Worth City Council & Mayor, Barbara Pahl, Senior Vice President for Field Services for the National Trust for Historic Preservation, urged the council and mayor to adopt the expanded boundaries for a local historic district in the Stockyards:
Do you have a favorite building or place in Fort Worth that's fading away and you're afraid it might be lost forever? Nominate it for the 2016 Most Endangered Places list. Download the nomination form and submit by Monday, March 14, 2016 at noon. Learn more...
Be a good neighbor by linking your Tom Thumb reward card to Historic Fort Worth! All you have to do is fill out the form, hand it in at your local Tom Thumb, and shop as you normally would. Tom Thumb will donate a percentage of all the good neighbor purchases back to us. Download the form by clicking here!
The newest book from Arcadia Publishing is out now! Get your first edition of Fort Worth's Quality Hill in our shop today!
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