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  • The Union troops were forced to retreat back from the railroad. They mounted 3 counterattacks, but failed.The Union troops were forced to retreat back from the railroad. They mounted 3 counterattacks, but failed.5/9/2011
  • Retreat and Counterattack - N 38° 15.720` W 77° 26.946`Retreat and Counterattack - N 38° 15.720` W 77° 26.946`5/9/2011
  • Union troops crossed the railroad tracks and attacked the Confederates in the woods beyond. Train was not included in attack. :-)Union troops crossed the railroad tracks and attacked the Confederates in the woods beyond. Train was not included in attack. :-)5/9/2011
  • Hand-to-Hand Combat at the Railroad - N 38° 15.740` W 77° 27.113`Hand-to-Hand Combat at the Railroad - N 38° 15.740` W 77° 27.113`5/9/2011
  • Union troops tried to advance a second time towards the railroad and again, were met with North Carolinian fire.Union troops tried to advance a second time towards the railroad and again, were met with North Carolinian fire.5/9/2011
  • Second Assault - N 38° 15.867` W 77° 26.992`Second Assault - N 38° 15.867` W 77° 26.992`5/9/2011
  • Union Gen. Gibbons tried to advance his troops over the ridge, but was met by fire by the North Carolinians and came to a standstill.Union Gen. Gibbons tried to advance his troops over the ridge, but was met by fire by the North Carolinians and came to a standstill.5/9/2011
  • Gibbon`s Advance - N 38° 15.863` W 77° 26.866`Gibbon`s Advance - N 38° 15.863` W 77° 26.866`5/9/2011
  • The Confederates zeroed in on a lone tree on the field to establish a `killing range`.The Confederates zeroed in on a lone tree on the field to establish a `killing range`.5/9/2011
  • Killing Range - N 38° 15.772` W 77° 26.746`Killing Range - N 38° 15.772` W 77° 26.746`5/9/2011
  • General Meade galloped through these fields looking for an op to attack the Confederate troops.General Meade galloped through these fields looking for an op to attack the Confederate troops.5/9/2011
  • Meade`s Attack - N 38° 15.701` W 77° 26.614`Meade`s Attack - N 38° 15.701` W 77° 26.614`5/9/2011
  • This is the middle of the most successful Union attack in the Battle of Fredericksburg. `Ditch fences` (irrigation ditches) run along both sides (as seen to the right) and were much steeper during the Civil War.This is the middle of the most successful Union attack in the Battle of Fredericksburg. `Ditch fences` (irrigation ditches) run along both sides (as seen to the right) and were much steeper during the Civil War.5/9/2011
  • Into the Field - N 38° 15.752 W 77° 26.567Into the Field - N 38° 15.752 W 77° 26.5675/9/2011
  • Sign Cluster at Trail Beginning, Fredericksburg, VASign Cluster at Trail Beginning, Fredericksburg, VA4/23/2011
  • Walking Trail Begin, Fredericksburg, VAWalking Trail Begin, Fredericksburg, VA4/23/2011
  • Slaughter Pen Farm Neighboring SItes, Fredericksburg, VASlaughter Pen Farm Neighboring SItes, Fredericksburg, VA4/23/2011
  • Farm Structure, Fredericksburg, VAFarm Structure, Fredericksburg, VA4/23/2011
  • Farm Structures, Fredericksburg, VAFarm Structures, Fredericksburg, VA4/23/2011
  • View Towards the Fields, Fredericksburg, VAView Towards the Fields, Fredericksburg, VA4/23/2011
  • Leaning Farm Structure, Fredericksburg, VALeaning Farm Structure, Fredericksburg, VA4/23/2011
  • Remaining Buildings, Fredericksburg, VARemaining Buildings, Fredericksburg, VA4/23/2011
  • Slaughter Pen Farm Walking Trail, Fredericksburg, VASlaughter Pen Farm Walking Trail, Fredericksburg, VA4/23/2011
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