O. Winston Link Museum
O. Winston Link, The Man and the Museum
O. Winston Link's remarkable photographic record of the Norfolk & Western Railway at the end of the steam era and the people and places along its lines are preserved and exhibited in the renovated N&W passenger station (redesigned in 1947 by famed industrial designer Raymond Loewy and renovated in 2004 by Spectrum Design). The O. Winston Link Museum, designed by 1717, now occupies more than 14,000 SF of the station. For more information, visit www.linkmuseum.org.
After planning and designing the exhibits for the O. Winston Link Museum, 1717 was commissioned to design a forty-seven-page, perfect bound publication, written by founding curator, Tom Garver. This handsome photo essay covers the fascinating life of O. Winston Link and the story of the creation of the O. Winston Link Museum. Printed on premium coated paper, this 8.5” x 11” landscape book features over seventy‐five tritone reproductions of Link's black and white photographs.
Also see the O. Winston Link Museum signage designed by 1717.