The viaduct is another particular piece to Cumberland College. It was built in the early 1900s to link the two side of the campus. Lights once arched over the viaduct, but were taken down a number of years ago. There are now lights built flush into the inside of the walls. The viaduct was once surrounded by trees, unfortunately, most of the trees have been cut down. At some points in my college career, many of us refered to the viaduct as the aquaduct, for when it rained heavily the drains had a tendency to get plugged up and the viaduct would retain water.