Kinzua Bridge

State Park - Pennsylvania

Kinzua Bridge State Park is located near Mount Jewett, in Hamlin and Keating Townships, McKean County, Pennsylvania. The park lies between U.S. Route 6 and Pennsylvania Route 59, along State Route 3011 just east of the Allegheny National Forest. The park is noted as the site of the Kinzua Bridge spanning Kinzua Creek, original bridge built in 1882, subsequent bridge built in 1900 and destroyed in 2003 by a tornado. At the time it was built, the original (c. 1882) Kinzua Bridge was the highest, at 301 feet (92 m), and longest, at 2,053 feet (626 m), railway bridge in the world.

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Brochure of Kinzua Bridge State Park (SP) in Pennsylvania. Published by Pennsylvania State Parks.Kinzua Bridge - Brochure

Brochure of Kinzua Bridge State Park (SP) in Pennsylvania. Published by Pennsylvania State Parks.

Kinzua Bridge SP https://www.dcnr.pa.gov/StateParks/FindAPark/KinzuaBridgeStatePark/Pages/default.aspx https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kinzua_Bridge_State_Park Kinzua Bridge State Park is located near Mount Jewett, in Hamlin and Keating Townships, McKean County, Pennsylvania. The park lies between U.S. Route 6 and Pennsylvania Route 59, along State Route 3011 just east of the Allegheny National Forest. The park is noted as the site of the Kinzua Bridge spanning Kinzua Creek, original bridge built in 1882, subsequent bridge built in 1900 and destroyed in 2003 by a tornado. At the time it was built, the original (c. 1882) Kinzua Bridge was the highest, at 301 feet (92 m), and longest, at 2,053 feet (626 m), railway bridge in the world.

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