North Texas Historic Transportation

North Texas Historic Transportation (NTHT) is an American non-profit volunteer organization focusing on the history of trolleys in the Fort Worth, Texas, area.[1][2][3][4]

The business address of NTHT is Post Office Box 861, Fort Worth, Texas 76101. NTHT does not have a public museum or operation yet, but seeks volunteers to help preserve its collection of authentic Fort Worth trolleys.[1][4]

When the Vought Airtrans automated people mover system that operated at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport between 1974 and 2005 was retired, Cars #30 and #82 were donated to NTHT.[3][5] The group also has cars and other equipment from the Tandy Center Subway which operated in downtown Fort Worth from 1963 to 2002.[6]


  1. Buchanan, Kevin (July 9, 2008). "Fort Worth streetcar saved from wrecking ball". Pegasus News.
  2. Kim, Theodore (May 4, 2009). "Calling all train geeks..." The Dallas Morning News.
  3. "DFW International Airport Bids Farewell to Venerable Airport Train System - 97 Million Miles and 250 Million Passengers Later" (Press release). iTravel Magazine. June 21, 2005.
  4. Tronche, John-Laurent (September 29, 2008). "A history of streetcars once desired". Fort Worth Business Press.
  5. "Equipment Roster". North Texas Historic Transportation. Retrieved August 24, 2010.
  6. "Tandy Subway rides into the sunset". Fort Worth Star-Telegram. August 31, 2002. p. 1.

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