In 1882, General Kane was searching for a way to carry his valuables across the Kinzua Creek Valley, resulting in the Kinzua Viaduct, which carried a train for more than a century. Now, you can use this unique wooden train to bank your own fortune.
Wood bank is approximately 11 inches long and 5 1/2 inches tall
Engraved with "Kinzua Bridge State Park"
Meet the Maker
Elkwood Arts is a licensed vocational facility providing sheltered employment and training to disabled adults. They are a program of Dickinson Center, Inc. and their mission is to search for ways to meet the needs of adults with intellectual disabilities who are unable to obtain employment and show an interest in woodworking. The result is quality and handmade products made from Pennsylvania hardwoods.
Elkwood Arts is located in Elk Country; learn more about this inspiring landscape now.
See photographs of workers creating at Elkwood Arts here.