|Title||A Link to Railroads Past|
|Dates of Creation||August 1992|
|Scope & Content||Article in Seniors Magazine about O. Winston Link who had recently visited Roanoke for the dedication of the new Norfolk Southern Corporation building in which about 30 of his photographs were hung. The article, which contains a photograph of Link on the cover, focuses on his project to photograph steam locomotives in the 1950's and mentions his earlier work in commercial photography and his passions and current projects.|
|Year Range from||1992.0|
|Year Range to||1992.0|
"Gooseneck Dam and No. 2 near Natural Bridge, VA"
"Gooseneck Dam and Train No.2, Maury River"
"Highball for the Double Header"
"Main Line on Main Street"
"Steam, Steel & Stars" (book)
"Trains That Pass in the Night: The Railroad Photographs of O. Winston Link"
Brooklyn, New York
Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia
Coney Island, New York
D4G steam engine
Harry N. Abrams Publishers
Howard Johnson's Peppermint Ice Cream
N & W
Norfolk and Western Railway
Park Slope Section, Brooklyn, NY
Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, NY
Rural Retreat, Virginia
Virginia Museum of Transportation, Roanoke, Virginia
White House, Washington, DC
Y6 Steam Locomotive
Abrams, Harry N.
Link, O. Winston
|Collection||O. Winston Link Museum Archives Collection|
|Number of images||3.0|
|Extent of Description||2-magazine clippings, size 13 3/4" x 11 1/4"; 1-magazine clipping, size 13 3/4" x 5 1/4"|