Again, thanks to the availability of high resolution downloads of many post battle images, we are able to find interesting details on the battlefield as they appeared right after the battle. This is a highly magnified crop from Mathew Brady's north-facing panorama taken in mid-July, 1863 from Little Round Top. At the very bottom of the frame, the Wheatfield Road can barely be seen running from left to right. In the far distance at center screen, is the wheatfield that would become the Soldiers' National Cemetery. As you can see, I have identified several other battle related locations found in this blow up. I find it very interesting to "see" the field exactly as it was viewed by the soldiers.