Yeah, toward the end of the path it toppled the Coffin Rock fire tower. A lot of the trails eventually reopened (after tons of manual labor) but some were either altered or closed because the landscape had just been so devastated that there wasn't really much point in hiking it anymore. I also noticed in poking around Google Street View that there's a section of road near Penfield (don't recall exactly where but probably Rt 153) where you can still see the path the tornado took. There's a steep drop-off along one side of the road and the trees are large and thick all along it except in one area where it's very noticeably thinned out. Kinda neat.I'm pretty sure the tornado took down a fire tower and maybe some transmission towers that were in the forested areas, but not sure. Those would be more examples of man-made structures although I'm not sure how far into the forest they were. What's incredible is that the damage path from this thing is still visible from satellite 30+ years later and there are parts of the parks that are still completely devoid of trees from this thing; did this tornado lead to any permanent closings of public trails in the area?