Brock's field became a very important part of the Union line defending the vital Lafayette Road. For our purposes, two Union divisions, each of three brigades, will be defending against two Confederate divisions, comprising eight brigades. The overall terrain is heavily wooded, so the cleared fields became focal points of the action. The Brotherton Road was the primary route for the Confederates to move towards the front. A couple of farm roads were also important. Here are a few pictures of the setup prior to the game. A full write-up will follow.
|Looking west. The Lafayette Road extends down the right of the picture.|
|The Union left.|
|The Union left center.|
|The Union center. The Brock farm is in the foreground.|
|The Union right. The rebels can be seen massing for the attack in the background.|