Steam & Steel Calendar, Wall, Ronnie Sellers
By the mid 1950s, the Norfolk and Western Railway became the last American railroad to abandon steam and convert to diesel. This event coincided with photographer O. Winston Link's ten-year dream to document, at night, the steam railroading phenomena using synchronized flash. A chance assignment brought Link to Virginia, and it was there that he began a five-year photographic odyssey recording the trains, the towns, and the people who lived and worked on the N&W. O. Winston Link (1914-2001) created a photographic legacy of this period of American rail history that remains unrivaled. This 2006 Wall calendar was published by Ronnie Sellers.
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