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Kane is a small town of 4,000 people in Northwest Pennsylvania adjacent to the Allegheny National Forest.

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Route 6 is the main highway that runs east-west through town. Additionally, route 321 runs north-south and route 66 comes into town from the south.

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Nearby Bradford Regional Airport (BFD) has several flights daily to and from Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) on Southern Airways Express. Pittsburgh is the second-closest major airport, about 3 hours away by car, with Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF) being the closest at 2 hours away.

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  • Kinzua Bridge State Park, 296 Viaduct Road, +1 814-778-5467. Kinzua Bridge was once the tallest and longest railroad bridge in the world. Since being struck by a tornado in 2003, the bridge now functions as a platform where visitors can walk out on to the remaining supports for a view down into the Kinzua Gorge. The park also has a visitors center with exhibits and information about the surrounding area.

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Routes through Kane
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