Most of us work in Bigelow Lab, the oldest and first building of WHOI. The cupula on top of the roof gives the building
its distinctive and historic look. For its first ten years, the entire Woods Hole Oceanographic
Institution resided in Bigelow. The building was named for the first director of WHOI,
Henry Bryant Bigelow. Here are some
photos which show the building at different ages, angles and seasons.
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Aerial shot of Woods Hole village.
Our lab is in Bigelow. The first and original Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution building.
Here's what the Bigelow Building looked like in 1948.
Woods Hole Bigelow Building across Eel Pond during the coldest winter on record in 2003.
Leaving the WHOI dock on the R/V Endeavor with the Bigelow Building in the background.
A look down Water Street, Bigelow is just down on the left.
You have to cross the (old) Woods Hole drawbridge in Woods Hole to get to Bigelow.
Work has to wait when the (new) Woods Hole drawbridge is up and you are on the wrong side.
Waterfront Park adjacent to the Bigelow Building in Woods Hole.