The Kinzua Bridge was first constructed as a way for trains to transport coal, timber and gas over the Kinzua Creek valley. Since that time, numerous trains have traversed the viaduct, including excursion trains in more recent times. No trains have crossed the valley since an F-1 tornado toppled 11 viaduct towers in 2003, but in these postcard images, Kane photographer Rocky Holland has captured the train crossing the full bridge accented by seasonal changes. Preserve these moments in time with one of these magnificent postcards or send a friend or family member a reminder of why this amazing feat was first created!
4.25" x 5.5"
Meet the Maker
Rocky Holland, owner of Eagle Eye Photography, has been photographing the beauty of the Pennsylvania Wilds and beyond for more than 30 years, showcasing the wildlife and scenic views the area has to offer. His goal is to get people out and about to explore and photograph the diverse ecosystems that are offered here in the Pennsylvania Wilds and beyond that. Through his many small business galleries, shows, and talks on nature photography, his business has been very successful, especially in the Pennsylvania Wilds area.
Rocky's studio is located in Allegheny National Forest and Surrounds; learn more about this inspiring landscape now.
See photographs of Rocky capturing different scenes in nature here.