“Build it! They’ll come!” Legends live on and stories never die!
Upon being completed in 1882, the Kinzua Viaduct, or as some call it the Kinzua Bridge, was considered one of the highest and longest railroad bridges in the world during that time. Truly amazing is the fact that in just 94 days, just 100 men, armed with guts, dreams, and rugged determination, brought the viaduct to life! They did the unthinkable and accomplished what was considered to be impossible in order that the vision of General Thomas L. Kane would become real. The story of these hard working men still lives on with this sweatshirt carefully outlined by the Kinzua Bridge Foundation, a non-profit which is loyal to preserving the Kinzua Bridge and its history. This sweatshirt is a remarkable treasure for anyone interested in railroad history, trains, railroad bridges, or the history of this outstanding monument of innovation!
This design is also available in adult short sleeve sizes.
50% cotton, 50% polyester, machine washable.
Meet the Maker
The Kinzua Bridge Foundation is a non-profit 501(c) 3 dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the Kinzua Bridge and its historical and cultural significance.
The Kinzua Bridge Foundation is based in Allegheny National Forest and Surrounds; learn more about this inspiring landscape now.