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(7-02Tour Stop 8 (Sunken Road: Bloody Lane), view looking east

(9-12Enlarge View from the observation tower
 
Courtesy of Alan M. Di Sciullo, Esq., Princeton Jct., NJ

     

(7-02View from the observation tower. The visitor center can be seen on top of the high ground in the distance
 
Panorama from observation tower

 

(2007Enlarge Another view from the tower
 
Courtesy of Alan M. Di Sciullo, Esq., Princeton Jct., NJ

     

(2007Enlarge The famous 132nd Pa monument in Bloody Lane showing a color bearer with the broken flag staff is actually a depiction of an event which occurred at the Battle of Fredericksburg in December 1862. The regiment marked its farthest advance at Antietam with a depiction from a later engagement (from Blue & Gray. Off the Beaten Path at Antietam," page 25)
 
Courtesy of Alan M. Di Sciullo, Esq., Princeton Jct., NJ

 

(2007Area of confederate retreat from Bloody Lane through the Piper farm fields
 
Courtesy of Alan M. Di Sciullo, Esq., Princeton Jct., NJ

     
 
(7-02Enlarge Irish Brigade monument
 
(7-08) Detail-1  Detail-2
 
Detail by Brian Duckworth, NC
   

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