|Cows graze at Bloody Lane. The entrance to the old Roulette farm lane is near middle of image.|
|A seldom-seen view of Burnside Bridge and the surrounding terrain |
in an early 20th-century postcard.
|A car crosses Burnside Bridge in circa-1920s postcard. The bridge was |
closed to vehicular traffic in 1966.
|The 125th Pennsylvania and 34th New York monuments in the West Woods. The buildings|
in the background and fence surrounding the 34th New York monument are long gone.
|A view of the old War Department observation tower overlooking Bloody Lane.|
|Cornfield Avenue looking toward the old Hagerstown Pike.|
|From left, the 124th Pennsylvania and Indiana and New Jersey state monuments. The road |
in the foreground is Starke Avenue. The car is parked on the old Hagerstown Pike.
|The 130th Pennsylvania monument at Bloody Lane.|
|The 100th and 45th Pennsylvania monuments. The road in the foreground no longer exists, |
although a trace of it may be seen today. The monuments are near Branch Avenue.
|An iron gate once stood at the entrance of the old Philadelphia Brigade Park, part of the|
West Woods. For more on the park on my blog, click here.