Recently Robert Mann had the honor of speaking about the work of photographer O. Winston Link during the Foto/Industria Biennial of Industrial Photography in Bologna, Italy.
Link is known for his body of work that focuses on the the end of an era in modern transportation: the steam locomotive. His photographs from 1955-1959 capture the trains of the Norfolk and Western Railway, the last of the Class I railroads to use steam engine trains. In Link’s effort to chronicle the last of these railway giants, he explored new techniques with night photography. To read more about Link at Foto/Industira 2015, click here.