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railroad class: Class III Shortline Railroad
There are currently 2 Fort Worth and Western Railroad radio scanner frequencies from Texas in our database.
The Fort Worth and Western Railroad is a Class III short-line railroad headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. Operating only within the state of Texas, Fort Worth and Western Railroad's main freight service route is between Carrollton, Fort Worth and Brownwood. Much of the company's route originally belonged to the Fort Worth and Rio Grande Railway, which began construction from Fort Worth in 1886 and reached Brownwood in 1891. In 1901, the FW&RG was bought by the Frisco Railway, which sold it to the Santa Fe Railroad in 1937.