Looking almost like barracks, Butler Place is in the foreground of this west-facing aerial view of Interstate 35W, Interstate 30 and downtown Fort Worth in February 2014. The rail yard is between the interstate and downtown.
Looking almost like barracks, Butler Place is in the foreground of this west-facing aerial view of Interstate 35W, Interstate 30 and downtown Fort Worth in February 2014. The rail yard is between the interstate and downtown. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram archives
Looking almost like barracks, Butler Place is in the foreground of this west-facing aerial view of Interstate 35W, Interstate 30 and downtown Fort Worth in February 2014. The rail yard is between the interstate and downtown. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram archives

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