After winding through the zoo, this mini-train travels across a 200-foot concrete bridge/trestle twice. On the second crossing, on the way back to the station, the trestle comes into full view. The trestle was originally constructed as a bridge across the mighty Mill Creek, which flooded the City of Erie in 1915, killing over 30 people, including the fire chief. The bridge, which also serves as a driftcatcher to prevent further flooding, was constructed in 1916, and updated in 2010. It was adapted for use as a mini-train trestle in the mid 20th century. Still photos by Michael L. Morgan.
Jump on for this July 15 Re-Enactment ride, and learn details of the other weekend-long events here http://www.octrr.org/index.php?siteID=873&pageID=17231_2
Passenger-eye view aboard the historic Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad June 2016