POTOMAC RIVER DEFENSES

for WASHINGTON, D.C.


map copyright 2004 AFN

FORT WASHINGTON

FORT HUNT

FORT FOOTE
a Civil War defense

each of the Fort pages serve as
individual home pages

Other major military bases include:
(1) Fort Belvoir,
(2) Naval Torpedo Station [Torpedo Factory Art Center]
N 3848.305 W07702.387,
(3) Fort Myer,
(4) The Pentagon,
(5) Washington Barracks [Fort McNair],
(6) Washington Navy Yard,
(7) Bolling Air Force Base,
(8) Walter Reed Army Hospital,
(9) Bethesda Naval Hospital,
(10) Andrews Air Force Base.
(11) Naval Reserve Training Center/Alexandria Shipyard
[Jones Point Park] N 3847.428 W07702.419
Most of these still exist in one form or another.


HD Potomac

HD Potomac River

Coast Artillery Corps

District Area Command

USGS Satellite Images of Washington D.C.
courtesy of Microsoft TerraServer


See also North American Fortifications


About Us

Seacoast Forts of Hampton Roads - Chesapeake Bay Harbor Defenses
Baltimore Harbor Defenses
Harbor Defenses of the Delaware
North Carolina Coastal Defenses - Cape Fear
North Carolina Coastal Defenses - Outer Banks

Contributions of historical material and photographs are greatly appreciated!
This website is an ongoing project. We are always learning something new,
and we would like all to share in any new information that is gathered.
Thank you, and enjoy!

North American Fortifications
2002 American Forts Network

This is the same site that was once hosted on Geocities.com
until Yahoo! pulled the plug in October 2009.
Nothing else has changed.


Washington Metro Area Links

The following links are provided as a service to you, the reader, for your enjoyment. No endorsement or affiliation is implied or suggested.

The Washington Post Newspaper

The Washington Times Newspaper

Chesapeake Chapter, US Lighthouse Society

National Park Service:
Civil War Defenses of Washington D.C.


Other Related Links


Council on America's Military Past (CAMP)

CDSG

Civil War Fortification Study Group

Company of Military Historians

Site O - International Fortifications & Artillery Study Group