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Image of OWL2007.04.1055, Negative, Film: Walter Finney And Winston Link Look At Gooseneck Dam

Image of Negative, Film: Walter Finney And Winston Link Look At Gooseneck Dam

Norfolk & Western railway passenger station, Roanoke Virginia. Now the O. Winston Link Museum,

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Winston Link Museum, I remember going with my parents to pick up my grandmother when she rode the train from Kentucky to Roanoke.

Rail Photographs by O. Winston Link.    O. Winston Link self funded this work on the Norfolk & Western  railway when they announced the last steam trains on the lines were to be replaced by diesel. Link’s images were always meticulously set up and posed, and he chose to take most of his railroad photographs at night. He said “I can’t move the sun — and it’s always in the wrong place — and I can’t even move the tracks, so I had to create my own environment through lighting.”

Rail Photographs by O. Winston Link self funded this work on the Norfolk & Western railway when they announced the last steam trains on the lines were to be replaced by diesel. Link’s.

Ogle Winston Link (December 16, 1914 – January 30, 2001), known commonly as O. Winston Link, was an American photographer. He is best known for his black-and-white photography and sound recordings of the last days of steam locomotive railroading on the Norfolk & Western in the United States in the late 1950s. A commercial photographer, …

"Cloverdale shifter returning from the Lone Star Plant" taken from the roof of the Cloverdale, VA Station.

Norfolk & Western 4-8-2 #128, one of the railroad's streamlined K-2a Mountains which closely resembled the famous J's, has Train #2 at Waynesboro, Virginia on the night of April 14, 1955. O. Winston Link photo.

Norfolk Western Rwy Train arrives at the Waynesboro Station, Waynesboro, Virgnia, April 1955 (© Conway Link; courtesy of the O.

As Norfolk and Western "A" class #1218 simmers behind the O. Winston Link Museum in Roanoke, VA, NS SD70M-2 #2765 rolls by with train #18M, a daily freight operating between Elkhart, Indiana, and Linwood, North Carolina.

Night shot of the 1218 sitting behind the O. Winston Link museum while a Norfolk Southern freight passes by.

Engineer Owen Hawkins Jr. lights up a cigar while N&W 1218 simmers quietly, awaiting her next assignment. A Lerro Productions event at the Virginia Museum of Transportation.

lights up a cigar while N&W 1218 simmers quietly, awaiting her next assignment. A Lerro Productions event at the Virginia Museum of Transportation.

RailPictures.Net Photo: N&W 382 Norfolk & Western Steam 4-8-0 at Carpenters, Pennsylvania by Darryl Rule. In a view that the great O. Winston Link saw on a regular basis on the Abingdon Branch, N&W 382 passes through a snow bank as big as the engine as the engineer leans out the window checking the clearance. A Lerro Productions Charter with help from the Strasburg RR.

N&W 382 Norfolk & Western Steam at Carpenters, Pennsylvania by Darryl Rule

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