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I-81 to Cumberland, MD


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I-81 to Washington, DC


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8 files, last one added on Jun 28, 2014

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WHITES FERRY694 viewsJun 28, 2014
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BJ's Charge465 viewsBJ's Charge up Bloody Lane. As you can see bikes are allowed throughout the battlefield. Oct 02, 2011
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Just A Cornfield?377 viewsIt was just a cornfield until that faithful day of September, 17th 1862, when the blood of twenty three thousand Men forever fertilized the conscience of the greatest nation ever to have been on Earth.Oct 02, 2011
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Why we came!383 viewsThe battle of Antietam was fought at Sharpsburg, MD. along the route of the C & O Canal Tow Path BJ and I are currently riding.Oct 02, 2011
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Least We Forget381 viewsSoldiers of stone stand at Antietam where in one single battle 23,000 casualties were suffered, more Americans than in one single day of battle, before or since.Oct 02, 2011
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Three Deep And A Mile Wide368 viewsUnion Soldiers marched, three deep along a mile front and into the Confederate guns behind the cemetery wall.

For twenty three thousand Americans the Civil War ended that day in September 1862.
Oct 02, 2011

Last viewed - C & O Tow Path Trail
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WHITES FERRY694 viewsFeb 19, 2019 at 06:28 AM
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Three Deep And A Mile Wide368 viewsUnion Soldiers marched, three deep along a mile front and into the Confederate guns behind the cemetery wall.

For twenty three thousand Americans the Civil War ended that day in September 1862.
Feb 19, 2019 at 06:28 AM
P1080135_1200x900.jpg
Least We Forget381 viewsSoldiers of stone stand at Antietam where in one single battle 23,000 casualties were suffered, more Americans than in one single day of battle, before or since.Feb 19, 2019 at 06:28 AM
P1080120_1200x900.jpg
Why we came!383 viewsThe battle of Antietam was fought at Sharpsburg, MD. along the route of the C & O Canal Tow Path BJ and I are currently riding.Feb 19, 2019 at 06:27 AM
P1080088_1200x900.jpg
Just A Cornfield?377 viewsIt was just a cornfield until that faithful day of September, 17th 1862, when the blood of twenty three thousand Men forever fertilized the conscience of the greatest nation ever to have been on Earth.Feb 19, 2019 at 06:27 AM
P1080077_1200x900.jpg
BJ's Charge465 viewsBJ's Charge up Bloody Lane. As you can see bikes are allowed throughout the battlefield. Feb 19, 2019 at 06:27 AM