Getting to Know Fort Worth: Free Walking Tour

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Being a family owned business and faithfully serving Tarrant County for over 30 years, Medford Remodeling takes pride in our local community and history! Coming up on Saturday, January 16, 2016, you can experience some of the history of downtown Fort Worth by participating in a free walking tour!

Fort Worth Real Estate is hosting the tour, which will begin at 9AM at Historic Texas & Pacific Railway Station – 221 W Lancaster Ave Fort Worth, TX 76102. You can learn about the impact of the railroad on the 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.





You’ll also learn about the streetcars and Fort Worth’s most famous private subway. Just 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!






The monthly tours are given by Fort Worth historian, Dr. Richard Selcer, along with other tour guides who share a love of Fort Worth history. Free parking is available at meters along W Lancaster Avenue or paid parking in the lot in front of The T&P building.




This is a great opportunity to learn about the history of our community, hear some interesting facts, and see downtown Fort Worth in a new way! We hope you’ll take advantage of this free event!

For more information about this tour, click here.


Warm Regards,

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