M89 pops out of the Main 2 tunnel of the Huger twin tunnels during the snowstorm which dumped almost a foot of snow along the Pokey.
Eastbound S26 emerges from Huger Tunnel on main 1. The short twin tunnels take the Pocahontas District underneath US 52 and a small hill.
Returning west on home rails, the N&W and NKP heritage units emerge from the Huger tunnels to push another train east up the Elkhorn Grade. Photo taken with permission.
A very long Eastbound 234 passes through Huger with an SD40-2 leading, a nice contrast from the usual widecab power on intermodal trains.
A helper set of two ES44AC's with Interstate heritage unit NS 8105 head back to Farm through the tunnels at Huger, WV
A VERY underpowered Eastbound train took this string of hoppers from Farm to Eckman with just this single unit, and no pushers. Here NS SD60 6673 exits Huger Tunnel near Welch, WV
It's early morning and the fog is beginning to rise, as No. 826 charges eastbound, emerging from the twin portals at Huger, W.Va., behind a pair of NS' newer AC traction GEVO's on the point. It wi... (more)
NS 8450 leads NS 9857, UP 5913, NS 9916, UP 6488, NS 9327, 2722, and 8307 lead train NS 17M Out of Huger Tunnel on its way to Williamson, West Virginia on New Year's Eve in 2012.
Two Canadian Pacific GEVO's lead NS 189 out of the twin tunnels at Huger near Welch, WV on a damp August 18th, 2012 morning
NS F7A 4271 leads the other F units and the OCS train through Huger, WV on it's way from Portsmouth to Bluefield on this beautiful fall day in October.
Eastbound S23 is in 8th notch as he passes the unsignaled center siding at huger. He will be entering Huger Tunnel in about 10 car lengths. Canon EOS 50D