Texas & Pacific Passenger Terminal
- Built in 1930
- Architect: Wyatt C Hedrick
- Style: Art Deco, Zig Zag Moderne
- Today: 12 Floor luxury loft condos and passenger terminal for Trinity Railway Express
This building was the passenger terminal and regional offices for The Texas & Pacific Railway, It is a fine example of the Zigzag Modern architectural style. The architect of The Texas & Pacific Passenger Terminal, Mr Wyatt C. Hedrick, designed many beautiful buildings in Fort Worth that have stood the test of time. In addition to the T&P Terminal Hedrick also designed the Main Post Office, T&P Warehouse, Will Rogers Memorial Center, The Old City Hall and many others, including 8 county courthouses across Texas and numerous buildings in Houston and throughout the United States. Passenger service ended in 1967. In 2001 the Trinity Railway Express began commuter rail service to Dallas from the T&P. The upper floors were developed into condos in 2005. There is a wonderful public tavern located on the ground floor in the former Railroad Diner. The T&P Tavern has 24 craft beers on tap, a full bar and a delicious menu.