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Download Photodune Civil War Cannon at Antietam National Battlefield Free Nulled

Download Photodune Civil War Cannon at Antietam National Battlefield Free Nulled

Category: Photodune | Misc
Tags: Green | wheel | Corn | Old-fashioned | obsolete | copy space
Archives: 2017 | August 2017 | 17.August 2017

A cannon at Antietam (Sharpsburg) Battlefield in Maryland with the fence of Bloody Lane, also known as the Sunken Road in the middleground on the left.

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Download Photodune Civil War Cannons at Antietam National Battlefield Free Nulled

Category: Photodune | Misc
Tags: Vintage | Flowers | old | Grass | Clouds | Cannon | Antique | cannons
Archives: 2017 | August 2017 | 17.August 2017

A pair of cannons at sunset on the Antietam National Battlefield near Sharpsburg, Maryland

Download Photodune Silhouette of Civil War Soldier on Bloody Lane at Antietam National Battlefield Free Nulled

Download Photodune Silhouette of Civil War Soldier on Bloody Lane at Antietam National Battlefield Free Nulled

Category: Photodune | Misc
Tags: Horizontal | Sky | Sunset | Silhouette | Orange | Soldier | Memorial | Civil | armed forces | back lit | Pennsylvania
Archives: 2017 | August 2017 | 17.August 2017

Silhouette of Civil War monument at Bloody Lane, Antietam Battlefield. This monument is in honor of the 130th Pennsylvania Volunteer infantry.

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Download Photodune Bloody Lane at Antietam National Battlefield Free Nulled

Category: Photodune | Misc
Tags: Photography | Road | Lane | Blood | Bloody | Monument | color image | historical place | Sharpsburg - Maryland
Archives: 2017 | August 2017 | 17.August 2017

Bloody Lane, also known as the Sunken Road, at Antietam Battlefield near Sharpsburg, Maryland. In the south, the battle is known as the battle... sunken road was a route worn down by cattle and wagons and served as a natural defensive position for the Confederate Army during the battle.


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