The Roundhouse Podcast

092: O. Winston Link Museum

O Winston Link

Want to learn the story of O. Winston Link and his famous steam photography project? O. Winston Link Museum Manager Lynsey Allie details his history and how the museum that bears his name maintains his legacy.

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What is your favorite O. Winston Link photograph?  Let me know and I will respond to your comments in our next episode.

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2 thoughts on “092: O. Winston Link Museum

  1. Nicholas Chillianis

    It would have to be the first one I ever saw: “Highball For the Doubleheader. Near Bonsack, Va. 1959”, the color shot featured on the album cover of “Thunder on Blue Ridge”.

  2. Anderson STONE

    Thank you for an great interview and opportunity for Lynsey to talk about the wonderful work O Winston Link did. The Norfolk and Western is a huge part of Roanoke’s history and
    in addition to Link’s work the Historical Society of Western Virginia has a wonderful history of the region – both located in the Historic N&W Passenger Station in Roanoke. We look forward to opening soon but you can also enjoy our history at
    and on Facebook.
    Anderson Stone, President HSWV

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