Torpedoes at Drewry's Bluff
During the Civil War Drewry's Bluff was known as a "Perfect Gibraltar" along the James River protecting the city of Richmond. This short video tells the story of the defenses put in the river beneath the bluff to deter the Union fleet from its goal of reaching Richmond.
Did You Know?
General Ulysses S. Grant never visited Richmond. The closest he ever came was during the battle of Fort Harrison, eight miles south of the city.