Spans of Time

Emory bridges connect the campus past and present

Gary S. Hauk 91PhD

While pedestrians and drivers alike often pass over the bridges of Emory without really recognizing them, their presence is worth celebrating. Here’s a look at a handful, both historic and present. See more on the Emory Historian's Blog.

 

then and now

Stephen Nowland

Clifton bridge

Stephen Nowland

old bridges

Courtesy the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Courtesy the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Eagle Row

Stephen Nowland

Brumley

Stephen Nowland

SUPPORTING ROLES (from TOP) the Cox Hall bridge; THE NEW BRIDGE OVER CLIFTON ROAD; BRIDGING THE GENERATION GAP; an original campus bridge, no longer needed, near where the Mathematics and Science Center now stands; crossing over Eagle Row; the Brumley Bridge.

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