Take a ride across the iconic landmark Edmund Pettis Bridge compatible with most wood model railroad sets. The Edmund Pettis Bridge, also known as the John Lewis Bridge has been faithfully recreated for families to enjoy and educate about the hard-earned lessons of America’s civil rights history with the original’s graphics printed and engraved.
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 to honor these history makers and get in good trouble!
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.