The O. Winston Link Museum in Roanoke Virginia is unique in that it is probably the only single artist museum in the US dedicated to a photographer. It is a shame that it is not better known because it is first class and worthy of a long visit. The Museum is dedicated to preserving, collecting and interpreting the photographic, audio and video works of the great American photographer O. Winston Link who documented the last days of steam along the Norfolk and Western Railway.
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