thanks, thats is just some of what i had taken that day. there are alot of walking trails that you can take if your feeling brave lol
i will do just that thank you for the infoIf you get to this one you should also drive (a half hour or so, maybe 45 min.) to Crampton's Gap. It is small so generally without crowds, and the view from the open fields on top of the Gap are great. You can see why the CSA, with a small force expecting to defend against light forces, were shocked to find the valley floor below lit up by the campfires of a very large force. When Lee received this news he ordered that the Gap be held at all costs, without regard for loss of life.
This is a terrific battlefield! I visited a few years ago shortly after it opened. It was great to see something new I'd never seen before.
well the red house is where the Confederates when around to try to flank the Union lines to where they came up behind the house (Worthington House). at the time the people was still in the house and a young boy was peaking thru the boarded up windows and recount of what he had saw.Beautiful photos! What is the significance of the red house?
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