Y. Hope Osborn

When built in 1899 the Clinton Presidential Park Bridge or Rock City Bridge was a train bridge. Its rugged iron rails run into the sleek glass walls of the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum. This bridge threads time and place, iron upon iron, dark alongside light, path upon path to draw together cities, paths, citizens, and mindsets.

Plus. it drew a photographer troubled by the bland winter scene to see the grand trellised iron bridge that stood out dark against pale surroundings.

 
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