Named For: Colonel Charles Coster, commander of brigade in the Eleventh Corps.
Location: In town of Gettysburg.
Designer: E.B. Cope.
Description: Coster Avenue is a city street 2 blocks long and 50′ W with a 36′ W paved section on the west side only; east side is sod-covered with monuments on south side.
History: Avenue was designed and built by War Department to provide access to monuments associated with first day of battle’s fighting at the area known as the “Brickyard.”
Notes: Site of famous mural.