Huntington Station Photos 1 thru 3

The Huntington Station is the terminal station of the Huntington Route (C Route) and Yellow Line Trains. The station is in open cut and was built into the side of a hill. The viaduct passes over the Hunting Creek Valley. The Huntington Route opened from National Airport to Huntington on December 17, 1983, "Yellow Line opens from National Airport to Huntington, adding Braddock Road, King Street, Eisenhower Ave and Huntington stations and 4.3 miles to rail system. Huntington is first station in Fairfax County".

Above, from parking deck on hill above station, looking north.

Above, same shot as previous, but with moving trains on tracks.

 Above, interior of station, standing on southbound platform, looking south. South end of line ends in about 1,000 feet of subway tunnel just beyond the end of the platform in the distance.

Huntington Station Photos 4 thru 6

All photos on this page taken September 1999.

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By Scott M. Kozel, Roads to the Future