VIDEO: Work on Toomer’s Oaks leaves canopies bare

It was expected to be severe. It was.

Work crews finished pruning the Toomer’s Oaks late Wednesday morning as a safety precaution against dead branches and even limbs falling on pedestrians. The results, as Auburn alum Andrew Salser put in on Twitter, look “like something out of Sleepy Hollow.”

A shot of what’s left of the canopy of the Toomer’s Oak closest to College Street.

The oak closest to Magnolia Avenue.

Here’s a video showing all sides of both oaks:

Related: Rolling Toomer’s BEFORE the game—a Lost Auburn Tradition.

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