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Extra wires, AU logos added to temporary Toomer’s Corner structure to provide better rolling experience

The world’s only structure built specifically to be rolled with toilet paper is now even more rollable.

A third wire was recently strung between each pole of the Toomer’s Triangle, allowing for two rows of AU logos to be suspended over the intersection of College Street and Magnolia Avenue downtown. The City of Auburn hopes the addition will allow for more substantial rollings of the corner.

Toomer's Corner Wires Upgraded for 2014 Season

This is what it looked like last year.

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The wire system, which was installed in August 2013, will likely be in place for several more football seasons. See you at the Triangle!

Photo: David Dorton.

Related: People can charge cell phones, laptop computers at Toomer’s Corner thanks to power outlets installed on new seating walls.

More on Toomer’s Corner: Auburn grad attorney had no qualms defending Updyke / Toomer’s Oaks souvenirs will be branded ‘Auburn Oaks’ / Woodturned item made from Toomer’s Oaks will be on permanent display in Auburn art museum / Toomer’s Corner rollings didn’t start with Punt, Bama, Punt, says History / Did Auburn students celebrate Bear Bryant’s death by rolling Toomer’s Corner?

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