Built in 1882, the Kinzua Viaduct was forged as an alternate route to transport coal, oil, and timber. Eventually, the Kinzua Viaduct (Kinzua Bridge) became a popular passageway for excursion trains. These trips brought thousands of visitors who wished to see this railroad masterpiece up close. Even after tragedy struck in 2003, the spirit of the Kinzua Viaduct lived on, and it opened the door for a beautiful skywalk that people travel from all over the world to walk across. These ornaments are a fantastic way to celebrate the rich history of the bridge and train transportation.
Sustainably harvested native maple hardwood. Measures approximately 2-3/4" long by 2" high.
Meet the Maker
Maple Landmark has been making eco-friendly and educational wooden toys, games, and gifts in Middlebury, Vermont, for about 40 years, using responsible and sustainable practices to create safe products.