Between 1866 and 1890, drovers trailed more than four million head of cattle through Fort Worth. The city soon became known as “Cowtown." It became an important stop on the Chisholm Trail. Then, in 1876 the railroad arrived making Fort Worth a desirable stockyard for ranchers. Those days have passed, but Stockyards Station is still standing and offers guests a place to delight in old architecture with a modern twist of unique stores and restaurants.
This is part of the Stockyards National Historic District.
Moooove over Casper! Don't get trampled by those Texas Longhorns!
We handcraft this scene from 3/4" thick wood in Wooster, Ohio, with colorful details on the front and a little description on the back.