Track, Edmund Pettus Bridge
On March 7, 1965, hundreds of civil rights demonstrators were led by John Lewis and Rev. Hosea Williams across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. The marchers were attacked in an incident that would become known as Bloody Sunday, a pivotal moment in the American civil rights movement. Take a ride across this iconic landmark with your NameTrains cars!
Measures 12.7" long (12" piece of track), 2.5" thick and 7.3" tall. Bridge graphics are printed and engraved. Train tracks are engraved.
NOTE: Bridge risers (SKU 10560) are not included but are required to ascend and descend from bridge level. To chain multiple bridges together at bridge level, a 2" (or more) piece of track is required.