Eagle River Designs
Walking Stick Medallion
Constructed in 1882 to transport coal, timber and oil, the iron Kinzua Bridge Viaduct, dubbed the 8th Wonder of the World, was rebuilt with steel in 1900 by 40-150 men in 105 days. While under restoration in 2003, an F1 tornado tore 11 viaduct towers from their bases. Visitors across the world travel to the park to traverse the skywalk, and now you can mark this trek to and through Kinzua Bridge State Park with these walking stick medallions. Take to the hiking trails in the park in style with these medallions decorating your own walking stick.
1 1/2" in diameter, mounted on a two-sided interpretive card that measures 2 3/4" long X 4 1/2" high; includes three attaching nails to mount on a walking stick.
Eagle River Designs produces high quality custom walking stick medallions with more than 25 years of experience.
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