The Loveliest Village on the Plains. ~ Check this out too ~ RollTideWarEagle.com sports stories that inform and entertain plus FREE Train Deck to learn the rules of the game you love, #CollegeFootball #Auburn #WarEagle

The Loveliest Village on the Plains. ~ Check this out too ~ RollTideWarEagle.com sports stories that inform and entertain plus FREE Train Deck to learn the rules of the game you love, #CollegeFootball #Auburn #WarEagle

Snow 2014  #Auburn #WarEagle  So Pretty!     For Awesome Sports Stories and Audio Podcast, Visit our Blog at www.RollTideWarEagle.com

Snow 2014 #Auburn #WarEagle So Pretty! For Awesome Sports Stories and Audio Podcast, Visit our Blog at www.RollTideWarEagle.com

Samford Hall - used to called Old Main which was the main classroom building before it burned down and then Samford Hall was built using the old bricks salvaged from Old Main. Also, the clock tower chimes the Auburn Fight Song everyday at noon! Love, Peace, and ALL IN!!

Samford Hall - used to called Old Main which was the main classroom building before it burned down and then Samford Hall was built using the old bricks salvaged from Old Main. Also, the clock tower chimes the Auburn Fight Song everyday at noon! Love, Peace, and ALL IN!!

Auburn - i'm repinning this because it was on the front page of pinterest and i love it

Auburn - i'm repinning this because it was on the front page of pinterest and i love it

Somehow, this view never gets old. Auburn, Toomers Corner. Samford Hall. A little piece of heaven on Earth.

Somehow, this view never gets old. Auburn, Toomers Corner. Samford Hall. A little piece of heaven on Earth.

#6 Samford Hall. After Old Main, the original classroom building of EAMC, burned down in 1887, workers constructed the brick and mortar Samford Hall. It is Auburn's most recognizable landmark and remains one of the most photographed buildings on campus.

#6 Samford Hall. After Old Main, the original classroom building of EAMC, burned down in 1887, workers constructed the brick and mortar Samford Hall. It is Auburn's most recognizable landmark and remains one of the most photographed buildings on campus.

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