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November 17, 2010

Modern Streetcar comes to Fort Worth

For those who want to know what streetcars in Fort Worth may look like if the City Council votes in favor of them Dec. 7, there's a model on display through Nov. 26 at Seventh and Throckmorton streets downtown. The display was put up in a matter of about 20 hours. Here's a time lapse of that effort, as provided by the Trinity River Vision Authority.

 

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DEKARONデカロン-RMT

In Texas you are issued two license plates and you must have both on your vehicle. Sorry you don't think it looks good, but that's the law, and I wish every person who didn't display both plates or display them correctly would be issued citations.

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