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Saturday, October 3, 2015

NEW VISITORS CENTER UNDERWAY AT KINZUA BRIDGE


NEW VISITORS CENTER UNDERWAY AT KINZUA BRIDGE
September 2015
Good summer weather has allowed for notable progress on the Kinzua Bridge State Park Visitor Center and Park Office construction project. The current pace keeps a completion date in late 2015 a feasible target.
  
Over the past few weeks, the contractors have completed the following:
* Installation of garage doors at maintenance building
* Interior framing lower level new building
* Generator installed new building
* Dosage & septic tank installed
* Full depth reclamation of entrance road
* Insulation panels & barrier wrap installed exterior of new building


15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ever wonder why they decided to build a visitor center AFTER the bridge 'fell' down? Wouldn't it have been better to build it and promote the bridge when the bridge was up and functional with trains running over it? The steam engines from Kane carried hundreds of people who would have used the center.
This brings to light the eye witness accounts of several military helicopters flying in the area of the bridge on the afternoon of the 'collapse'. Could it be that the bridge was brought down intentionally for reasons we don't know at this time?
It could be that the government brought down the bridge on purpose for unknown reasons and then covered-up the actions with the smoke-screen of the Visitor Center promotion. Just to draw away suspicion.
There is more going on here than meets the eye. Nuff sed

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Anonymous said...

Nuff sed : give a big shout out to all the boys in the trailer park for me. Miss you guys.

Anonymous said...

Glad someone brought this up. I know 2 guys that worked on the tourist center, they said they laid conduit from 2 rooms at the center to a building/room/bunker whatever, about a quarter mile from the center. The conduit was made from a special material that could only be cut with a special blade on a circular saw. There was a supervisor who would issue this saw blade to them as needed and would only bring out one blade at a time and return the used blades to his truck. The conduit could not be cut with a torch, only with this blade and connected with a special adhesive that had to be heated with a torch to make it work.
The special room was supposed to be a room for batteries, but these guys said they didn't believe it. They both got fired for asking too many questions I think.
Its a strange place, I agree.

Anonymous said...

7:16, I never did live in a trailer park, but obviously you did. & im sure they don't miss you. nuff sed

Anonymous said...

Always thought there was something odd about that place. interesting

Anonymous said...

There's not enough aluminum foil in the world to make hats for ya'll.

Anonymous said...

The "bunker" is a maintenance building. This "conduit" you mention, they are two ductile iron water lines that feed the buildings water. One is a water service line and the other is a six inch line for the fire suppression system. (Sprinkler system). Ductile iron is cut with a diamond encrusted saw blade and they are about $300 each. So yes the contractors usually keep pretty good track of them so their employees don't steal them. I have a set of blue prints for this project on hand, I can assure you, there is nothing "scetchy" going on with this project.

Anonymous said...

Good cover-up story 9:15, you've been trained well.

Anonymous said...

The old 'double blue-print trick', like keeping two sets of 'books'. Oldest trick in the book. I would have thought the agency could have come up with a better one than that. Good try but I aint takin it.

Anonymous said...

Wow, you are as radical as they come. I'll keep this short so you can get back to watching the si-fi channel. Considering we are constructing the project exactly as the blue prints depict I am pretty sure there is not a double blue print.





Anonymous said...

WE were there on vacation recently and I even said to my wife it looked like a big antenna. I was right

Anonymous said...

Lmao. C'mon people keep goin haha this is rather entertaining..

Anonymous said...

It is a big antenna!!!...it beams radical paranoid idiots off of our planet. It actually works pretty simple. Walk out to the end of the bridge, climb up on the railing and jump.

Anonymous said...

Someone got into their grandmother's medicine cabinet again.

Anonymous said...

They get a visitor center and Denton Hill remains empty.