On our way back from Niagara Falls, we called in at the Kinzua Bridge State Park. It is a 329-acre Pennsylvania state park near Mount Jewett. The Park is situated in the Kinzua Valley and boasts a spectacular bridge. The former railway bridge was under renovation in 2003 when a tornado ripped through the valley, causing 11 of the 23 supports to crumble to the floor. The result is a thing of beauty, whilst showing the force of nature.