My wife and I spent most of the morning there looking through the magnificent Link photographs. I was recently describing the museum to my oldest brother, and we are planning another trip together in April so he too can enjoy that special history of rural Americana. To the poor soul from Richmond who complained that were nothing but "pictures on the walls", he would probably complain that at Cape Kennedy there were only a few old rockets sitting around. If you have any interest in trains, steam locomotives in particular, you won't want to miss this exhibit. When you see the equipment Mr. Link had to work with, and the hours of meticulous planning for each shot that had 1 split second chance to work, is nothing short of amazing. I'm looking forward to seeing these photographs again.
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