To see more of this series of photographs of the Gettysburg Cyclorama, visit: Gettysburg Photography.
See previous post… I decided to post another photo of the bridge.
This bridge is one of the most recognizable battlefield structures of the American Civil War. I wanted to do a little something different with it and a number of years ago photographed it through a pinhole. This is fun photography!
These photos were taken in May of 1970 in Harpers Ferry, WV. This horse drawn hearse was in the back yard of a house neighboring the National Park there. I made inquires of the Park Service a few years ago about the hearse and they have no records that if ever belonged to them.
This is a panoramic photograph of the Gettysburg Cyclorama from the east side in 2007 before it closed. To see more photos of this great building designed by Richard Neutra go to Gettysburg Photographs.
It is always exciting when visiting Steamtown, National Historic Site, Scranton, PA, to see their local steam excursions run through the yard and than out on the main line for a short distance.
The is a photograph under part of the Gettysburg Cyclorama Building constructed in the 1960s and looking toward the High Water Mark. This unique structure was designed by Richard Neutra, a world class architect. It was and may still be demolished by the National Park Service. Photos of this structure can also be seen at Gettysburg Photo Notes, Black and White Photography and John Van Horn Photo.