The Civil War Trust's collection of photos from the Third Winchester battlefield in Virginia.
(11 photos in gallery)
Red Bud Creek as seen from the high vantage point of the Attack of the Eighth Corps.
View of Hackwood Lane on the Third Winchester battlefield.
Confederate Defense Wayside
View of the field where Confederate artillery was positioned, from the vantage point of the Confederate defense.
View of the footbridge crossing the Red Bud Run, the Fording Red Bud Run wayside.
View of the Middle Field from the vantage of the First Woods wayside looking west to Confederate positions. The Civil War Trust has worked to save 431 acres of this important 1864 Shenandoah Valley campaign battlefield.
Future President Rutherford Hayes got stuck in this stream during the battle at Third Winchester.
Postwar Hackwood House
Western Reserve Historical Society
The Hackwood House sat along the Confederate line at the battle of Third Winchester. It still stands today.
Hackwood House and Barn
U.S. Army Heritage Education Center
Confederates made a valiant stand around the Hackwood house and barn in the afternoon of September 19. This photo shows the farm after the Union had established a cavalry camp nearby.
Library of Congress
Union soldiers advance against Major General Robert E. Rodes' Confederate division in the woods.
Webcast Historians at Work
Students from the Daniel Morgan Middle School in Winchester, Virginia video record a description of how to fire a Civil War cannon on the Third Winchester battlefield.
Webcast Historians with Senator Webb
U.S. Senator Jim Webb (D-Va) with some of the "Webcast Historians" at the Third Winchester Battlefield. The "Webcast Historians" are students at the Daniel Morgan Middle School in Winchester, Virginia who had recently produced a number of Third Winchester battlefield historical videos. Senator Webb has been a strong proponent of Civil War battlefield preservation.