- Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Bridge in Ruins, Harpers Ferry, Va. (W. Va.)
- The first of nine times this bridge, which crossed the Potomac River into Maryland, was destroyed during the Civil War. The damage in the photograph was the work of Confederate Colonel Thomas (later General "Stonewall") Jackson's troops, before pulling back to Winchester in June, 1861. The shells of the burned Armory buildings still stands in the background below the town.
- Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Bridge Over Potomac River Across From Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
- One of the nine reconstructed bridges (on the same spot) connecting Harpers Ferry over the Potomac River to Maryland. This bridge was also eventually destroyed during the Civil War.