Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia
Half-Mile Sunken Road Walking Trail
Courtesy of G. L. Schulze MA2 (EXW) U.S. Navy

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Maps & Guides:
NPS Fredericksburg Tour Map
Sunken Road Walking Trail
Fredericksburg Battlefield  
Detail-1   Detail-2
Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park   Detail-1   Detail-2   Detail-3
NPS Stone Wall Map
1963 NPS Tour Guide
The Killing Fields
Seeking Cover
Confederates on the Ridge
Confederate Artillery
Interpretive Markers:    
Angel of Marye's Heights
Battle of Fredericksburg U.D.C. Marker
Brompton
Confederate Artillery
Confederate Line
Confederates on the Ridge
Ebert House and Store
Field of Battle
Fredericksburg Battlefield
Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania Nat. Mil. Prk.
Innis House
Killing Fields
Original Wall
Seeking Cover
Stephens Family Cemetery
Stephens House
Sunken Road Walking Trail
Thomas R. R. Cobb     Mortally Wounded
Union Attacks Begin
Willis Hill Buildings
Willis Hill Cemetery
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(June 2016) Enlarge Detail-1 Detail-2 Fredericksburg Battlefield Interpretive Marker near the Visitor Center. View looking west, reconstructed wall in background

(June 2016) Enlarge Detail-1 Detail-2 Detail-3 Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park Interpretive Marker near the Visitor Center. View looking west, reconstructed wall in background

        

 

(June 2016) Enlarge Sunken Road Walking Trail Interpretive Marker. Parking area behind the visitor center

 

(June 2016) Enlarge Field of Battle Interpretive Marker. South end of a reconstructed section of the Stone Wall near the visitor center

     

(June 2016) Enlarge Looking south from near the Sunken Road Walking Trail marker. Visitor Center in left background

 

(June 2016) Enlarge Field of Battle marker in photo above. View looking north at south end of a reconstructed section of the Stone Wall

     

(June 2016) Enlarge Panorama from camera position in photo above

 

(June 2016) Enlarge Panorama from camera position in photo above

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