The Gay Texan Trail offers woodland views as it loops around the southern tip of Grapevine Lake, a popular camping, fishing and boating destination. Also adjacent to the trail is the Gaylord Texan Hotel and Convention Center, a luxurious ...Samuel (LRT) at Lakes of River Trails
The first streetcar company in FortWorth was the FortWorthStreet Railway Company. Its first line began operating in December 1876, and traveled from the courthouse down Main Street to the T&P Depot.
Pioneers Rest Cemetery
620 Samuels Avenue Fort Worth, Texas
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Fort Worth's famous burial ground
You'll find some of the most famous names in Fort Worth at this cemetery, the oldest in the city. Fort Worth was established in 1849 by Major Ripley Arnold, and the first known burials were his children, Willis and Sophie, who died in 1850. Eleven soldiers who died between 1849 and 1850 are also buried here. The graves of Major Arnold and Edward H. Tarrant were moved to Pioneers Rest later. Many other early settlers of Fort Worth are also buried here, including the Daggetts, the Zane-Cettis, and the Peaks.