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(2011) Nashville/Chattanooga railroad bridge over Lookout Creek in Lookout Valley. Short distance south of Cummings Highway and a half-mile east of Brown's Ferry Road. During the November 24, 1863 Battle of Lookout Mountain Confederate pickets occupied positions on the railroad embankment and rifle pits along the creek bank. Throughout most of the morning the Confederates prevented Federal troops from repairing the turnpike footbridge a short distance to the north


(2011) Enlarge The railroad bridge from Point Park on Lookout Mountain


(2011) Enlarge Tiftonia, TN (Lookout Valley) from Point Park


(2011) Enlarge Brown's Ferry from Point Park


(2011) Enlarge Sunset Rock from Point Park


(2011) Enlarge Rowden family cemetery in the Wauhatchie area of Lookout Valley. Overgrown and heavily vandalized. No tombstones remain. During the war the Isaac Rowden family lived in a log cabin just south of the cemetery. The cabin was destroyed by Union troops after the Wauhatchie battle. During a 1938 visit to the cemetery historian Charles Lusk found several grave markers with only one having a legal description

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