Here is detail that only the real photo geeks among us will find as interesting as I do. The details that can be clearly seen under extreme magnification in Brady's panorama from Little Round Top are numerous and truly amazing. Among the battle related locations that can be seen, as pointed out in Frassanito's classic Early Photography at Gettysburg, are: the ground of Pickett's Charge; the Copse of Trees; Ziegler's Grove; the Court House; the open field that would become the National Cemetery; the Leister farm buildings, and more. However, my favorite, though somewhat insignificant detail is found along the Wheatfield Road running along the base of LRT. It appears the rock wall along the road has been knocked down to allow some military vehicle, probably artillery, to move into the field from the road. The tracks can be clearly see running north from the break in the wall. If details such as this interest you, I highly recommend that you check out Garry Adelman's presentation from the Gettysburg Heritage House available on youtube. Garry points out the numerous details I listed above within this photograph during the presentation. Here is the link: I will post my cropped labeled detail along with the uncropped photograph.