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Downtown Fort Worth, TX pictures

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Back in August, while in Dallas for a couple of days, I jumped on the Trinity Commuter Rail for the short trip over to Fort Worth, where I met up with John R, who then gave me a quick tour of downtown Fort Worth. Here's some pics taken around downtown, that day.

Main Street looking North

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The Tower (formerly Bank One Tower)

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Flat Iron Building

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W.T. Waggoner building

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Commerce Building (left), Fort Worth Club (right)

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The Stockyards

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East 7th Street

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D.R. Horton Towers in background

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3rd & Main Streets

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3rd & Main (opposite site)

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3rd Street looking East

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Barnes & Noble

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Tarrant County Courthouse

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Sundance Square

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walking down Houston Street

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a restaurant in Sundance Square

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Sinclair (left), Burk Burnett (middle) & the Tower (right) buildings

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PF Changs

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Nancy Lee & Perry Bass Performance Hall

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First Christian Church

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Fort Worth's newest office tower in the distance

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Great Pictures thelakelander!

Fort Worth really gets overshadowed by Dallas, it is a great city.

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I believe the Tarrant County Courthouse has been officially renamed the "Walker, Texas Ranger" County Administration Complex. Please get your facts straight.

I used to know people from DFW who raved about Fort Worth's Downtown nightlife. There's apparently a large bar area there?

It's also interesting that there was always a huge difference between the people who lived on the Dallas side versus those on the Fort Worth side. You'd think, being so close, that the urban cultures would have merged but they certainly have not.

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Thanks for the comments everyone. Sunshine, I'm sure you can see downtown Dallas on a good day, if your looking out one of the taller towers. I believe Fort Worth is about a good 30 to 40 miles away.

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