|Interior of the ground level|
|Hand Hewn Post with Wooden Pins|
|One of the rooms in the basement area|
|Another room located at the basement level|
|A view of the famous hole from the Confederate Artillery Shell|
|Initials carved by a civil war soldier|
The significance of the Trostle Farm: Major General Daniel Sickles used the farm as his headquarters during the Battle of Gettysburg. The General was wounded to the west of the barn. A monument marks the location where the General was wounded.