The 1928 Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide Page: 28
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28 FT. WORTH & DENVER CITY RY. CO.
I THE DENVER ROAD
The Pioneer Railway of Northwest Texas.
During 1928 service will be opened to the
public over 200 miles of entirely new lines-
thus greatly increasing its facilities for han-
dling both freight and passenger traffic to
and from Dallas, Fort Worth, Wichita Falls
and the South Plains Country.
FAST THROUGH SERVICE.
,,, Dallas, Fort Worth
SUPERIOR PASSENGER SERVICE
3 Trains Daily Between Dallas, Fort Worth, Wichita
Falls, Amarillo and intermediate points.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE BETWEEN TEXAS AND COLORADO
Standard Sleepers, Steel Coaches and Diners on all Through Trains
The Direct Short Line Between the South and Southeast to
Colorado, Utah, the National Parks and the Northwest.
THE FORT WORTH & DENVER CITY RAILWAY
L. M. HOGSETT, F. D. DAGGETT,
General Freight Agent. General Passenger Agent
J. ak. HULEN,
I I _
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