Page last updated or reviewed: June 1, 2015 (review and update captions)
2015 status: Many of the photos are obsolete due to construction projects, as indicated in the captions, and are shown for historical reference.
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High resolution Looking east from Edgefield Street. Reconstruction of this section was completed in 2007. (Photo date: 27-October-2007)
2015 Photo status: Partially obsolete The freeway surface has been overlaid with asphalt.
High resolution Looking east at Fort Worth avenue in west Dallas. Reconstruction of this section was completed in 2007. (Photo date: 27-October-2007)
High resolution The Hampton Road overpass in west Dallas. This structure, dating from the original construction of the DFW Turnpike in 1957, was saved during the reconstruction. It is just barely wide enough to accommodate the widened freeway. (Photo date: 16-Sept-2007)
High resolution Looking east at Cockrell Hill. Reconstruction and widening of this section was completed in 2007. In 2015, modifications to the HOV lane were nearing completion. (Photo date: 16-Sept-2007)
High resolution Looking east at Carrier Parkway. Reconstruction and widening of this section was completed in 2007 or 2008. (Photo date: 14-Sept-2008)
High resolution Looking west at 19th Street in Grand Prairie. The is now the center of the five-level Bush Turnpike interchange. At the time of this photo in 2007, frontage roads for SH 161 were under constructio. A pier and abutments are visible for the southbound 161 frontage road just ahead. (Photo date: 9-June-2007)
2015 Photo status: Obsolete This spot is now in the middle of the Bush Turnpike interchange.
High resolution Looking west at Great Southwest Parkway. At the time of the photo in 2007, the freeway was still in its original configuration from 1957. In 2015 auxiliary lanes have been added and work is underway on a four-level interchange just ahead at SH 360. (Photo date: 9-June-2007)
2015 Photo status: Obsolete Lanes have been added and work began in 2015 on a four-level interchange at SH 360.
High resolution The SH 360 Freeway, named the Angus Wynne Freeway, is just ahead. From the highway opening until 2015, vehicles connecting to SH 360 had to exit to a signalized intersection. In 2015 work began on a new interchange. (Photo date: 9-June-2007)
2015 Photo status: Obsolete Lanes have been added and work began in 2015 on a four-level interchange at SH 360.
High resolution Looking southwest, showing Six Flags Over Texas along the south side of the freeway. (Photo date: 9-June-2007)
2015 Photo status: Obsolete In 2015 construction began on a four-level interchange at SH 360.
The original Ballpark Way the westbound frontage road featured a strange dead-end with a loop turnaround. (Photo date: 9-June-2007)
2015 Photo status: Obsolete This section of freeway was widened, reconfigured and sunk into a trench in a project completed in 2010
High resolution Looking west at Ballpark Way, showing the original freeway. The expanded freeway at this location was completed in 2010. (Photo date: 9-June-2007)
2015 Photo status: Obsolete This section of freeway was widened, reconfigured and sunk into a trench in a project completed in 2010
High resolution Looking west at the original freeway at Collins (Photo date: 9-June-2007)
2015 Photo status: Obsolete This section of freeway was widened, reconfigured and sunk into a trench in a project completed in 2010
Looking west at Davis (Photo date: 9-June-2007)
Looking west near Green Oaks (Photo date: 9-June-2007)
High resolution Looking west at Eastchase (Photo date: 9-June-2007)
High resolution Looking west toward the Interstate 820 interchange. This is the only freeway-to-freeway interchange to be built on the former DFW Turnpike since its construction in 1957. In 2015 work began on the second full interchange, at SH 360. (Photo date: 9-June-2007)
High resolution West of Interstate 820 (Photo date: 4-August-2007)
High resolution There is an unusual two-way street alongside the freeway near Bridge Street. This is a relic from the DFW Turnpike days. (Photo date: 4-August-2007)
Looking west at Oakland Street. The freeway has four lanes each way going westward. (Photo date: 4-August-2007)
High resolution Looking west-northwest at Beach Street, with downtown Fort Worth ahead. (Photo date: 29-July-2007)
A zoomed-in view looking west at Beach Street, with the I-35W interchange (the Fort Worth Mixmaster) visible ahead. (Photo date: 29-July-2007)
High resolution At US 287, just east of Downtown Fort Worth (Photo date: 29-July-2007)