Image 1: Bryan farm barn. This barn existed at the time of the battle. To the left of the barn is the monument to the 12th New Jersey Volunteer regiment. This area was defended by Maj. Gen. Winfield Hancock's II Corps (under John Gibbon, after Hancock took over III Corps). The 111th New York regiment was posted to the left and around the barn. The 108th New York regiment stood to the right of the barn.
Image 2: Barn with holes. My friend Michael Skeet stands beside the Bryan barn, pointing out holes created during the fighting on July 3, 1863. These holes remain, though most of the barn was repaired after the battle.
Image 3: Bryan barn, seen from the south (looking north). The monument on the left is the 12th New Jersey regiment's monument. The monument on the right, closer to the barn, is for the 111th New York.
These photographs were taken with a Nikon F-601 autofocus SLR, using a Nikkor 24mm - 50mm f2.8 wide angle zoom lens or with a Sigma 150mm - 300mm telephoto zoom lens. The images were captured on Kodak Royal Gold and Gold 200 film.