Once the highest viaduct in the world when it was built in 1882, the Kinzua Viaduct was reinvented as the Kinzua Skywalk in 2011 after an F1 tornado tore 11 viaduct towers from their bases in 2003. These Kinzua Bridge State Park postcards display the aftermath of the tornado and the reimagined Skywalk in photographs of not only unique views of and through the structure but the twisted debris fields and rusty remnants of a bridge once dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World. Collect the photographic postcards as souvenirs or send and share them with family and friends.
4 in x 6 in. Card stock paper.
Meet the Maker
The PA Wilds Conservation Shop at Kinzua Bridge State Park, which is a gift shop run by the PA Wilds Center for Entrepreneurship, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, focuses on locally-made and value-added products. Customers can take home a piece of the Pennsylvania Wilds while making a difference by having a ripple effect on the local economy with their purchase. That purchase supports the nonprofit's mission, which is to work with partners to grow the region's nature and heritage tourism industry as a way to create jobs, diversify local economies, inspire stewardship, and improve quality of life.
The PA Wilds Conservation Shop at Kinzua Bridge State Park is located in Allegheny National Forest and Surrounds; learn more about this inspiring landscape now.