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The O. Winston Link Museum, housed in a restored, Raymond Loewy-designed railway passenger station, exhibits the world's largest collection of the famed photographers images of 1950s life along the railroads in Virginia and surrounding states.
Link's images have broad appeal, and they, as well as articles about the importance of his work, have appeared in a wide range of publications from sociology textbooks and train magazines to Smithsonian Magazine, Preservation Magazine and Vanity Fair.
The Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City began collecting Link's works in the 1970s, and he has been represented by such highly regarded photographic art dealers as Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago, Peter Fetterman Gallery in Los Angeles and Robert Mann Gallery in New York.
The O. Winston Link Museum is in downtown Roanoke,Va.'s Historic Rail District, which includes the elegant 1800s-era Hotel Roanoke, the Virginia Museum of Transportation and the O. Winston Link Railwalk.