Purdue Campus

This is an aerial view of the main quad of grass criss crossed by concrete walks and surrounded by brick buildings with tile roofs. Here is a black iron fence with an open way into the quad with stately peaked roof buildings in the background. Here is a plaque set in the walkway explaining that people that use this walk should say hello to passer-bys. This is a big black P statue on campus amidst the trees, buildings and walkways. This statue of a lion is given to Purdue by the class of 1903. Pictured is a watertower with a hige P on it. Here is view of the purdue tall brick pointed topped bell tower looking down from the air. In this scene you are looking at the beautiful Wabash River with blue water rippeling over rocks on your shore.

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