Pictured is the railroad cut where today's park road crosses the track. The cut was deeper in 1864, but some idea can be grasped of the soldiers tumbling over one another as they jumped into the cut and rolled to the bottom.
After getting these pictures, we proceeded to the site of Fort Davis. I wanted to go inside the fort, but a nasty moat surrounds it, which prevented climbing up the overgrown sides. There are some good mentions of this fort from Charles Davis, Austin Stearns and Sam Webster, from which I quote below.
From "Three Years In The Army" by Charles E. Davis, Jr.