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    From: "Chuck Barnard" chuck6041 -AT- yahoo -DOT- com
    Date: Tue Oct 3 22:59:17 2006
    Subject: The rebuilt (1900) Kinzua Viaduct at one time the highest railroad bridge in the world. 301 ft. high, 2,053 ft. long. Erie Railroad freight traffic discontinued in june 1959. Open as a state park in 1963. 1987 excursion trains stoped on Viaduct for the views,june 2002 excursions are barred from stoping on Viaduct.Aug. 2002 closwed to pedestrains on Viaduct. Feb. 2003 repair work started on Viaduct. On july 21, 2003 a tornado struck the Viaduct, about half of Viaduct came down. The bridge is HUGE !!!
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