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Harry N. Abrams
"Link's highly stylized photos of Virginia's Norfolk and Western Railroad, shot in the 1950s, are both high art and classic Americana. . . . A must for all photo buffs."-New York Daily News
O. Winston Link began photographing the Norfolk and Western, the last major steam railroad in America, in the mid-1950s, when the N&W was converting its operations from steam to diesel. He was pursuing a decade-old vision of photographing steam railroading at night using synchronized flash. This book, companion to his earlier best-selling Steam, Steel & Stars, also includes daytime photographs and two dozen dramatic color shots.
124 photographs, 100 in duotone and 24 in full color, 113/8 x 105/8"