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The Kinzua Skywalk

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May 17, 2022  |  2,793 views  |  3 reviews / comments

The Kinzua Skywalk by Gladys Caroline. Photography. Book coverThe Kinzua Skywalk comes with significant history. It was once the tallest railroad structure at 2,053 feet long and 301 feet high until partially destroyed by a tornado in 2003. In 2011 it was reinvented and turned into a skywalk. Now, photographer Gladys Caroline invites you to see what was once known as Pennsylvania’s eighth wonder of the world through her eyes.

Contributor: Donna M. Kshir

Senior Editor: Lee Roberts

Editor: Laurie Ann Smith


Author's Notes

I invite you to see what was once known as Pennsylvania’s eighth wonder of the world through my eyes. I enjoyed photographing every aspect of this unique structure from top to bottom.

About Gladys Caroline

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Gladys Caroline invites you to share in her quest to explore and photograph some of the most beautiful views, vistas, dams, creeks, waterfalls, and scenery in the Pennsylvania Wilds. Gladys Caroline is a pen name used by bestselling author and publisher Donna M. Kshir to pay tribute to her late maternal grandmother. A woman who truly impacted her life!


Roger | Beautiful Book | June 22, 2022
This book shares a brief history of the Skywalk and has the most beautiful photos I have ever seen. Well done, Gladys. Looking forward to your next adventure.

Maureen Ruhl | Beautiful from top to bottom | June 17, 2022
The photographer captured the beauty from top to bottom of this beautiful bridge/skywalk. The book is full of beautiful photographs and a brief introduction to the bridge/skywalk's rich history. Looking forward to seeing more books by Gladys Caroline!!

Kimberley Scott | BEAUTIFUL | June 17, 2022
There is no other word to describe this book other than BEAUTIFUL!! Gladys Caroline captures all the elements of this man made structure thru her camera lens. Seeing is believing. Beautiful!!

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