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In 1928 The Montgomery Ward retail store and warehouse was built along West 7th in Fort Worth Texas. The iconic building on West 7th sat empty since the company closed it's doors in 2001 until a few years ago when developers and Fort Worth City leaders saved the building from demolition. With ...
Fort Worth Stockyards History For the cowboys heading longhorn cattle up the Chisholm Trail to the railheads, Fort Worth Texas was the last major stop for rest and supplies on the journey to the North. Beyond Fort Worth the drovers would have to deal with crossing the Red River into Indian Territ...
Silverado on the Brazos is definitely one of the Premiere residential areas within Parker County. Located just a few minutes South of Weatherford, Texas. This "Hill Country" Style Horse Community is just the location for Horse Lovers as well as Water-based Activity Fanatics. There are hundreds...
Aledo ISD, Homes and Info Aledo Tx History The small community of Aledo Tx was first settled by farmers and railroad workers along the Clear Fork Valley of the Trinity River a few miles West of Fort Worth, an area known as Medera. Most of the people moved to the valley when the Texas & Pacif...
Montserrat in Fort Worth Texas is perhaps one the the most distinctive gated communities on the West side of Fort Worth. Montserrat was the 2011 host of the Fort Worth Kaleidoscope of Homes event this past September. Montserrat is unique, from it's natural beauty, which is unrivaled in this area...
MORNING WALKS IN RIDGMAR WITH SHORTY Ridgmar is a cozy, close-knit neighborhood just a stones-throw west of downtown Fort Worth, (5 miles to be exact), but it seems more like a neighborhood from Pleasantville, (the Hollywood version), to me. The homes in Ridgmar are mostly 60’s era. Many of t...