In the nice town of Annville, PA lies a good sized college, split in two by a railroad track. On one side is the campus proper. On the other are all of the sports grounds. This is Lebanon Valley College. I spent a few hours wandering around and taking a bunch of pics. Take a look.
Blair Music Center
This is the epitome of a collage campus shot – Humanities and Admin building.
The brick work is quite nice on the Admissions building.
The Annville United Methodist Church is on the border of campus.
The bells at the church across from the Methodist Church.
Welcome to LVC.
Lots of sculptures around the campus.
Found the quad … and tons of sunlight.
The other side of the quad.
Native American tribute.
I wish the quad had less walkways, breaks up the grass.
Shadows around the dorms.
Entrance to the Peace Garden.
Famous alumni statue (I called it the hot dog vender).
More of the garden. It was quite nice and peaceful.
A small house that moves the water.
The Peace Garden.
The other entrance to the garden.
Fountain by the commons.
Time to cross the tracks to the sports fields.
Crossing the tracks.
This bridge leads to the baseball field.
The baseball diamond.
Recrossing the bridge.
Looks like a golf course, but it’s not.
Back to the admin buildings.
Next time: Chickie’s Rock Overlook.