Join May 25 Tour of Nelson County Mansions

Visit Pharsalia and Swannanoa, historic mansions in the mountains of Nelson County, on Thursday, May 25, on a bus tour

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Link’s train photos document rural culture

Winston Link’s photographs, on display at the O. Winston Link Museum in Roanoke, focus on trains. They also are as

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Great ‘Patchwork’ theater! Exhibit extended

With the help of young local writers and actors, Mill Mountain Theatre’s Conservatory students, directed by Jay Briggs and Travis

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Check out our digital collection

Take a trip back in time online at the Historical Society of Western Virginia collection of online archives. You can find

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“Reading Appalachia” children’s literature exhibit runs through March 21

“Reading Appalachia,” a multi-media exhibit organized by the Knox County Public Library and the East Tennessee Historical Society in Knoxville,

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Early NS (NW) photos on exhibit at Link Museum

Five series of large format railroad-related prints will be in a rotating exhibit through fall 2017 at the O. Winston

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Window to the Rails: Photos

The Link Museum wants to give a huge “Thank You” to everyone who attended the “Window to the Rails” event

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‘Window to the Rails’ Stained Glass On View in Gift Shop

Visitors to the O. Winston Link Museum can view the artwork, which highlights Link’s iconic photographs, both the 611 and 1218 engines, and various Roanoke landmarks.

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New O. Winston Link Posters are In!

After much preparation to have new posters made, “Schaffers Crossing,” “Sometimes the Electricity Fails,” and “Old Maude” are all back in stock!

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“Raymond Loewy” Exhibit – Ongoing

In September of 2006, the O. Winston Link Museum opened its newest gallery, Raymond Loewy, Designer For A Modern Era,

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