This is the home of Thomas ‘Stonewall’ Jackson in Lexington, Virginia.
This is the old train depot in Herndon, Virginia. The Washington and Old Dominion Railroad served this depot until 1968 when the tracks were taken up.
This is the Ben Lomond House in Manassas, Virginia. It was a plantation home that became a hospital during the first and second Battles of Manassas. If you are asking who Ben Lomond is, well, it is a mountain in Scotland.
This is a Monument dedicated to the 34th Pennsylvania Regiment at the site the regiment’s encampment during the Battle of New Market in New Market, Virginia.
This is the ‘Field of Lost Shoes’ at the New Market Battlefield in New Market, Virginia. The field gets its name from the soldiers who lost their shoes while walking across the field.
This is Howison Hill, the sight of a Civil War embankment, at the Fredericksburg National Battlefield in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
This is the view from the top of Lee’s Hill at the Fredericksburg National Battlefield in Fredericksburg, Virginia. This was the site of a Confederate Army encampment.