Waynesboro was a sleepy little town in Virginia, nestled on the banks of the South River at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Waynesboro was best known for the trestle bridge of the Virginia Central Railroad that crossed there. Little did the residents know that in September, 1864, that bridge would draw elements of General Sheridan's army to their hamlet to destroy it. Neither could they have foreseen that the once grand army of General Jubal Early would meet its demise in their village just months later in March, 1865.
Join us SEPTEMBER 12 & 13, 2015 as we continue to commemorate
the Battles of Waynesboro.
COMING IN DECEMBER 2015...CHRISTMAS IN THE FIELD!
PROCEEDS FROM OUR EVENTS WILL GO TOWARDS INSTALLING
AN INTERPRETIVE SITE IN THE VICINITY OF THE BATTLES
SPONSORED BY WAYNESBORO PARKS AND RECREATION
AND PEMBERTON EYE OPTOMETRY
HOSTED BY THE 10TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY, CO H