Send your family and friends something unique during your visit to Kinzua Bridge State Park with these wooden postcards! Featuring original artwork by local artist Dennis Driscoll of a train crossing the Kinzua Viaduct, this two-ply cherry veneer postcard can actually be mailed like any other postcard, or keep one for yourself for a souvenir of your own or creative decor for your home. The cherry wood is harvested in Kane, Pennsylvania, which is also known as the black cherry capital of the world, and can be seasoned or aged by leaving the postcard in sunlight to darken and accentuate the grain of the wood. If you're looking for a different kind of postcard to send out to family and friends, this is the postcard for you!
Hand-made from two pieces of 1/200" (.005) thick veneer cherry.
Meet the Maker
In 1995 for the purpose of acquiring and preserving the old Pennsylvania Railroad Station in Kane, Pa., estimated to have been built in 1871, the Kane Depot Preservation Society was formed. The group merged with the Kane Historical Society to form the Kane Historic Preservation Society. The group operates through private donations and memberships.
The Kane Historic Preservation Society is located in Allegheny National Forest and Surrounds; learn more about this inspiring landscape now.