Prior to the 2003 tornado that took out the middle section of the structure, the Kinzua Bridge was a 30ft-tall, 2,052ft-long trestle bridge that was a connection point for the local railroad across Kinzua Creek. Sensing that it wasn’t economically viable to rebuild the bridge, the state has turned the site into a tourist destination where visitors can walk to the end of the bridge and view the expansive surroundings from the glass-floored observation deck.
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Dan McKay wanted to include Maloney’s Pub on this list but not everyone sees the beauty in a college dive bar. You can follow him on Instagram or Twitter: @dannypageviews.