The Kinzua Bridge was a railroad bridge built in 1882 that spanned Kinzua Creek in northwestern Pennsylvania. The bridge was 301 feet tall and 2,052 feet long. At the time, it was the largest railroad bridge in the world. In 2003, a F1 tornado collapsed most of its structure. After which, an observation deck was constructed on the remaining structure of the bridge, showcasing the destructive power of nature.