Tredegar Iron Works - The Pattern Building Print

$ 15.00

"The Tredegar Iron Works in Richmond, Virginia, was the biggest ironworks in the Confederacy during the American Civil War, and a significant factor in the decision to make Richmond its capital.

Tredegar supplied about half the artillery used by the Confederate States Army, as well as the iron plating for CSS Virginia, the first Confederate ironclad warship, which fought in the historic Battle of Hampton Roads in March 1862. The works avoided destruction by troops during the evacuation of the city, and continued production through the mid-20th century.

Now classified as a National Historic Landmark District, the site serves as the main visitor center for the Richmond National Battlefield Park."


- 8" x 10"

- Professionally printed on Canson Fine Art Paper

- Carefully packaged with double layers of rigid cardboard in a stayflat shipping parcel.

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