|Untitled, O. Winston Link|
|O. Winston Link, self-photo|
|Hot Shot Eastbound, Laeger, W. Virginia, 1956, O. Winston Link, his most famous photo.|
|Link and assistant, George Thorn, |
New York, 1956.
|Hester Fringer's Living Room on the Tracks, Lithia, Va. 1955.|
|We don't see the train, but we feel and hear it. The modern-day advertising seems to intrude into the scene of country nostalgia in place of the unseen train.|
|Hawksbill Creek Swimming Hole, |
Luray, Virginia, 1956, O. Winston Link
|Railroads bring prosperity in the 1960s. Prosperity brings swimming pools.|
|Ghost Town, Stanley, Virginia, 1957, O Winston Link.|
|Servicing EMD Diesel-Electrics, |
Shaffers Crossing, Roanoke, Va. 1960.
A rare example of Link's use of color
and of Diesel-electric locomotion.