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Just a few other random shots from my archives, for your viewing pleasure.

Top of the Maddox-Muse Center.

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Sanguinet (aka Chase) Building in the background, Sanger Lofts and a sliver of the top of the Fakes Building in the foreground.

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The Land Title Block (red brick in foreground right), the Burk Burnett Building (middle), and The Tower (background).

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Side of Joe Daiches Jewelry Store.

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One of Paul Rudolph's City Center Towers rises above the old Plaza Hotel Building (now offices and ground-floor retail).

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Inside the old Plaza Hotel Building.

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Maddox-Muse Center facade.

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Texas & Pacific Lofts/Terminal through the trees at Phillip Johnson's Water Gardens.

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Kress Building Lofts & Sinclair Building.

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Maddox-Muse Center mechanical facility.

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Crown of the McDavid Studio, on the block with the Maddox-Muse Center.

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Crown of the Hotel Texas (now Hilton Fort Worth) in the foreground, with Carter + Burgess Plaza in the background.

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Skyline from the northwest on the Trinity River.

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Texas & Pacific Lofts/Railway Terminal rises over the Aerated Water Pool at the Water Gardens (designed by Phillip Johnson).

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The new Omni Hotel & Condos rises behind the Fort Worth Convention Center. Taken from the plaza linking the Convention Center with the Water Gardens.

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Looking northwest from south downtown.

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General Worth Square in south downtown.

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Wonderful pics FWo! I especially love the architectural lines of the first 3. You have some beautiful subjects to work with down there :)

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