Upper Falls, from what locals call the High Bridge in Letchworth State Park, located in western NY. The 136-year old viaduct, spanning the Genesee River gorge within the confines of the park, will be demolished in the near future; a newer, shorter, modern structure will be erected by the railroad in a different location. The Norfolk Southern Railroad owns this bridge and has asked Letchworth State Park, if they would want to take charge and maintain the structure, since it is such a dominant park icon. Park officials said no. I realize the enormity of the task, but. So sad to destroy yet another historical landmark, reminding us of an illustrious past.