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Hot Shot Eastbound, Iaeger Drive-In, West Virginia 1956.
One summer night in 1956 in the coal-mining hamlet of Iaeger, West Virginia, a stranger walked up to Willie Allen at the drive-in. “Excuse me, sir,” he said, “how would you and your date like to watch the movie from my convertible?”
“What’s the catch?” Allen, then a 23-year-old Army corporal on leave from Fort Campbell, Kentucky, recalls asking.
All they had to do, the stranger said, is sit in the car until the train passed. “I’ll give you $10,” he added.
Allen and his date, Dorothy Christian, took the deal, and the stranger took their picture. Thus O. Winston Link produced one of the most elegiac railroad pictures in a series he had begun some months before.