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  • 10 - Picnic tables stand where Union supply and troop facilities stood during the Civil War.10 - Picnic tables stand where Union supply and troop facilities stood during the Civil War.7/27/2009
  • 9 - The terminus of Aquia Landing and the Aquia Landing - Supply Base for the Union Army sign facing Aquia Creek and Potomac River9 - The terminus of Aquia Landing and the Aquia Landing - Supply Base for the Union Army sign facing Aquia Creek and Potomac River7/27/2009
  • 8 - Past a quiet beach and Potomac River where U.S. gunboats and Confederate artillery once exchanged fire8 - Past a quiet beach and Potomac River where U.S. gunboats and Confederate artillery once exchanged fire7/27/2009
  • 7 - The tour continues down this road where the RF&P Railroad once ran.7 - The tour continues down this road where the RF&P Railroad once ran.7/27/2009
  • 6 - A rope surrounds the gun emplacement where 4 cannons were manned6 - A rope surrounds the gun emplacement where 4 cannons were manned7/27/2009
  • 5 - The Battle of Aquia Landing stands within the gun emplacement.5 - The Battle of Aquia Landing stands within the gun emplacement.7/27/2009
  • 4 - The Aquia Landing - Naval Engagement sign at the gun emplacement location4 - The Aquia Landing - Naval Engagement sign at the gun emplacement location7/27/2009
  • 3 - The trail strewn with oyster shells leads to Confederate gun emplacements3 - The trail strewn with oyster shells leads to Confederate gun emplacements7/27/2009
  • 2 - You are at the entrance to Patawomeck Band Memorial Park2 - You are at the entrance to Patawomeck Band Memorial Park7/27/2009
  • 1 - Start the tour at the Aquia Landing - The Railroad sign1 - Start the tour at the Aquia Landing - The Railroad sign7/27/2009
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