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Collapse at Kinzua: Acknowledgements

Updated Thursday 12th February 2009

Acknowledgements to those who helped in the making of this feature

One of the piers left standing after the Tay Bridge collapsed Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: Dundee Central Library

We wish to thank:

Allegheny National Forest Vacation Bureau
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Tourism Office
Gannett Fleming Inc.
NOAA National Weather Service
Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources
WM Brode Inc.

Photographic archives
Dundee City Council Central Library
Arts & Heritage Department
John Marconi Collection

Bridge animation
© Pennsylvania Dept of Conservation & Natural Resources

Selected scenes from Tracks across the Sky
© Allegheny National Forest Vacation Bureau, Bradford PA USA
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Produced by Main Street Media Inc.

 

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