LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD

Alphabetical Station Listing

and History

(Compiled from data researched by

Vincent F. Seyfried, Robert M. Emery, Art Huneke, Jeff Erlitz, et. al.)

 

 

STATION:                      BRANCH:             DATA:

 

A & P                              CENTRAL EXT.     1ST STATION:  LOW CINDER PLAT-

                                                                      FORM IN SVC:  c. 1928 AT EAST

                                                                      SIDE OF A & P WAREHOUSE TO

                                                                      SERVICE THEIR EMPLOYEES.

                                                                      OUT OF SERVICE:  2/1930.

                                                                   2ND STATION:  LOW CINDER PLAT-

                                                                      FORM IN SVC: 2/1930 AT WEST

                                                                      SIDE OF A & P WAREHOUSE.  OUT

                                                                      OF SVC:  6/1949 WHEN A & P RE-

                                                                      LOCATED WAREHOUSE FURTHER

                                                                      EAST NEAR GENERAL BRONZE CO.

 

A & P BRONZE               CENTRAL EXT.     LOW CINDER PLATFORM OPENED:

                                                                      6/1949 TO SERVICE THE EMP-

                                                                      LOYEES OF THE A&P WARE-

                                                                      HOUSE AND THE GENERAL

                                                                      BRONZE CO. CLOSED: 5/15/53

                                                                      WITH END OF PSGR. SERVICE

                                                                      ON BRANCH.

 

ADAMSVILLE                 ATLANTIC             OPENED: 6/1872 WEST OF ELDERT’S

                                                                      LANE.  CLOSED: 1876

 

ALBANY AVENUE           ATLANTIC RT        RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER ETT #11,

(BROOKLYN)                                                 EFF. 11/4/1878

 

ALBERTSON                  OYSTER BAY        BUILT: 1913, RAZED: 1954

                                                                   SHELTER SHED WITH PART-TIME

                                                                        TICKET OFFICE BUILT: c. 1954

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED:  ?

                                                                   REPLACED WITH NEW SHELTER

                                                                        SHED: 19 ?

 

AMAGANSETT                MONTAUK            BUILT: 1895, BURNED: 8/15/10

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1910, AGENCY

                                                                             CLOSED; 1958, RAZED:

                                                                             8/31/64

                                                                   SHELTER SHED BUILT c. 1965. 

                                                                   HI-LEVEL PLATFORMS INSTALLED:

                                                                        2000-2001

                                                                   **FREIGHT STATION BUILT: 1895

                                                                             STILL STANDING: 2003

 

AMITYVILLE                   S. S. R. R.             S.SIDE R.R. SVC. BEGAN: 

                                      (MONTAUK)             10/28/1867.  DEPOT BUILT:

                                                                      NOV-DEC/1868.  MOVED TO PRIV-

                                                                      ATE PROPERTY: 1889.  STILL

                                                                      STANDING: 2003.

                                                                   2ND  DEPOT OPENED: 7/25/1889,

                                                                        RAZED: 5/29/64. 

                                                                   REPLACED WITH TEMPORARY STA.

                                                                        BUILDING. IN SVC: 5/29/64. 

                                                                        OUT OF SVC:  10/25/68 AC-

                                                                        COUNT RELOCATION OF TRACKS

                                                                        AND FACILITIES FOR GRADE

                                                                        CROSSING ELIMINATION. BLDG.

                                                                        RAZED.

                                                                   2ND TEMPORARY STA. BUILDING

                                                                        ACCOUNT GRADE CROSSING

                                                                        ELIMINATION IN SVC:  10/25/68.

                                                                        OUT OF SVC:  8/7/73 AND RAZED.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE IN SVC:

                                                                        8/7/73

 

AQUEBOGUE                 MAIN LINE            BUILT: 1892

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1910, GUTTED

                                                                        AND REMODELED INTO SHELTER

                                                                        SHED: 1956, RAZED: 7/67

 

AQUEDUCT                    ROCK. BCH          BUILT: 1883.  OUT OF SVC:  11/29/39.

                                                                   TEMPORARY CENTER ISLAND STA-

                                                                      TION WEST OF FORMER LOCATION

                                                                      IN SVC: 11/29/39. OUT OF SVC:

                                                                      9/24/40.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT RELOCATED 26’ SOUTH

                                                                      AND CONVERTED FROM LOW LEV-

                                                                      EL TO HIGH LEVEL, IN SVC: 

                                                                      9/24/40.  OUT OF SVC: 10/3/55

 

ARVERNE                      ROCK. BCH.         BUILT: 1888 AT GASTON AVE.

                                                                   DUE TO QUARREL BETWEEN R.R. &

                                                                        DEVELOPER ANOTHER DEPOT

                                                                        BUILT AT STRAITON AVE: 1892

                                                                   GASTON AVE. DEPOT REBUILT ON

                                                                        NEW SITE AND OPENED: MAY/

                                                                        1912. OUT OF SVC:  10/3/55.

 

ATLANTIC AVENUE        LONG BEACH      OPENED: ?.  CLOSED: 12/11/51

(ISLAND PARK)

 

AUBURNDALE               PORT WASH.        BUILT: 5/1901, CLOSED: 1929

                                                                      ACCOUNT GRADE CROSSING ELIM-

                                                                      INATION, SOLD AND MOVED TO

                                                                      PRIVATE LOCATION FOR USE AS A

                                                                      CHURCH: 1930. (CHURCH CLOSED:

                                                                      1973.)

                                                                   TEMPORARY TRACKS RELOCATED

                                                                      ON SHOO-FLY 42’ NORTH OF ORIG-

                                                                      INAL LOCATION: 6/18/29 DUE TO

                                                                      GRADE CROSSING ELMINITATION.

                                                                   HIGH LEVEL PLATFORM IN SVC:

                                                                      12/5/29 AND WESTBOUND STA-

                                                                      TION FACILITIES RELOCATED ON

                                                                      ELEVATION 42’ SOUTH OF FORMER

                                                                      LOCATION AND CONVERTED FROM

                                                                      OUTSIDE LOW LEVEL PLATFORM

                                                                      TO ISLAND HIGH LEVEL PLATFORM.

                                                                      AGENCY CLOSED:  ?  

 

AUTUMN AVE.                ATLANTIC             OPENED: 4/28/1905 AS “RAILROAD

                                                                        AVENUE” WITH ELECTRIFICATION

                                                                        FROM FLATBUSH AVE. OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        11/1/39 AND RAZED WHEN TRACKS

                                                                        PUT UNDERGROUND: 1939-40  

 

BABYLON                      S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R.R. BEGAN SVC: 10/28/67

                                      (MONTAUK)               DEPOT OPENED.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 7/2/1881,

                                                                        RAZED: 1963 WITH GRADE CROS-

                                                                        SING ELIMINATION.

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION ACCOUNT

                                                                        GRADE CROSSING ELIMINATION

                                                                        IN SVC:  4/6/63. OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        9/9/64 AND RAZED.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE IN SVC: 

                                                                        9/9/64.

 

BAITING HOLLOW         MAIN LINE            SEE: “CALVERTON”

 

BALDWIN                       S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R.R. SVC. BEGAN: 

                                      (MONTAUK)               10/28/1867 AS “BALDWINSVILLE.”                         DEPOT BUILT: 2/1868. REMOD-

                                                                        ELED: 5/1881.  RAZED 1917.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 12/28/17, RAZED:

                                                                        11/56 WITH GRADE ELIMINATION.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED:

                                                                        10/2/57

 

BALDWINSVILLE           S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. (SEE: “BALDWIN”)

 

BARTLETT                      MONTAUK            PLATFORM ONLY OPENED AS “FANNY

                                                                        BARTLETT”: 1924, CLOSED:

                                                                        12/31/28

 

BAYPORT                       S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R.R. DEPOT BUILT: 3/1869,

                                      (MONTAUK)               RAZED: 1903

                                                                   2ND  DEPOT OPENED:  8/10/1903,

                                                                        RAZED: 5/64, DISCONTINUED AS

                                                                        STATION STOP: 1980

 

BAY RIDGE                    BAY RIDGE          TERMINAL OPENED: 1870s. 

                                                                   1st DEPOT BUILT: 6/1877.  RAZED

                                                                        BY FIRE:  12/14/1882.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1883.  CLOSED

                                                                        WITH END OF PSGR. SVC: 1904

 

BAYSHORE                    S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R.R. DEPOT BUILT: c. 1868

                                      (MONTAUK)          2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1882, RAZED: 1912

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED: 7/17/1912

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED:   ?

 

BAYSIDE                        FLUSHING R.R.    BUILT: c. 1866 WITH OPENING OF

(ORIG. BAY SIDE)          NY & FLUSHING       STATION STOP ON 10/27/1866

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1886, RAZED: 1924

                                      (PORT WASH.)      3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1924. TEMPORARY

                                                                      TRACKS RELOCATED TO SHOO-FLY

                                                                      SOUTH OF ORIGINAL LOCATION:

                                                                      6/18/29 DUE TO GRADE CROS-

                                                                      SING ELIMINATION. 

                                                                   TRACKS DEPRESSED AND HIGH LEV-

                                                                      EL PLATFORMS IN SVC:  9/25/29

                                                                      (WESTBOUND) AND 12/5/29 (EAST-

                                                                      BOUND) AT 1924 DEPOT BUILDING.

 

BAYVILLE                      OYSTER BAY        APPEARS ON TIMETABLE EFF: 

                                                                        10/1/1889. STATION STOP WAS

                                                                        A BOXCAR PLACED AT THE

                                                                        CROSSING OF KAINTUCK LANE

                                                                        ON W. SIDE OF SHU SWAMP. 

                                                                        ALSO THE SITE OF 500’ SIDING

                                                                        FOR PLACEMENT OF WORK

                                                                        TRAINS AND EQUIPMENT WHILE

                                                                        EXTENSION WAS BEING BUILT

                                                                        TO OYSTER BAY. (per John Ham-

                                                                        mond, Town of Oyster Bay Official

                                                                        Historian)  BECAME A SIGNAL

                                                                        STOP:  11/1891.  DISCONTINUED

                                                                        AS STATION STOP:  11/1892. 

                                                                        RE          PLACED BY STATION AT MILL

                                                                        NECK ½ MILE FURTHER EAST

                                                                        ON E. SIDE OF SHU SWAMP. (per

                                                                        11/3/1892 edition of “Brooklyn

                                                                        Daily Eagle”and John Hammond).

                                                                        “BAYVILLE SIDING” REMAINED

                                                                        IN PLACE AND WAS IN USE AT

                                                                        MILL NECK FOR MANY YEARS

                                                                        AFTER. (per Art Huneke)

 

BEAVER STREET           PRESENT DAY      SEE “JAMAICA”

                                      ATLANTIC BR.

 

BEDFORD                      ATLANTIC &         ONE OF THE ORIGINAL STOPS ON

                                      ATLANTIC R.T.           THE LIRR.  ALSO USED AS RAP-

                                                                        ID TRANSIT STOP PER ETT #11,

                                                                        EFF. 11/4/1878. DISCONTINUED

                                                                        AS STATION STOP: 11/1905 WHEN

                                                                        FULL ELECTRIC SERVICE WENT

                                                                        INTO EFFECT FROM FLATBUSH

                                                                        AVE.

 

BELLAIRE                      MAIN LINE            OPENED: 3/20/1900 AS “INTERSTATE

                                                                        PARK.”  RENAMED “BELLAIRE” IN

                                                                        1907.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 9/20/1924 (per

                                                                        official dedication invitation), DIS-

                                                                        CONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        1972, RAZED: 19 ?

 

BELLEROSE                  MAIN LINE            OPENED: 1898

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: SUMMER/1909,

                                                                        OUT OF SVC:  12/12-15/60

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED:  1960-61?  NO

                                                                        AGENCY

 

BELLMORE                    S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R.R. DEPOT BUILT: 10/1869

                                      (MONTAUK)          2ND DEPOT BUILT: ?.  REMODELED: ?

                                                                        BURNED: 2/18/68 AND RAZED.

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION ACCOUNT

                                                                        GRADE CROSSING ELIMINATION

                                                                        IN SVC:  12/4/70. OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        6/28/75 AND RAZED.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE IN SVC: 

                                                                        6/28/75.

 

BELLPORT                     MAIN LINE            DEPOT BUILT:  c. 1844 WITH OPEN-

                                                                        ING OF LIRR.  LOCATED 2 ½ MILES

                                                                        EAST OF MEDFORD TO MEET

                                                                        STAGE COACH SERVICE TO BELL-

                                                                        PORT VILLAGE ON SOUTH SHORE.

 

BELLPORT                     MONTAUK            BUILT: SUMMER/1882, AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED: 1/59, RAZED: 5/64 

                                                                        REPLACED WITH SHELTER SHED.

                                                                   NEW DEPOT WITH HI-LEVEL PLAT-

                                                                        FORMS BUILT: 2000-2001

 

BELMONT JCT.              CRR OF LI            BABYLON.  APPEARS ON TIMETABLES

                                      CROSSING                1873 – c. 1880, POSSIBLY LATER. 

                                      OF S.S.R.R                TELEGRAPH OFFICE ONLY PER

                                                                        APRIL/1885 TIMETABLE.  GONE

                                                                        FROM TIMETABLES BY 1896. (per

                                                                        Art Huneke’s website)

                                                                        IN SVC: 1/1875.  OUT OF SVC:                                END OF 1876 (Per Vincent Seyfried)

                                                                        (???)

 

BELMONT PARK            SPUR OFF            OPENED: 1905 TO SERVICE THE

                                      MAIN LINE                RACE TRACK (OPEN DURING

                                                                        RACING SEASON ONLY)  RAZED:

                                                                        1957 WHEN TRACKS WERE CUT

                                                                        BACK TO N. OF HEMPSTEAD TPKE.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1957 N. OF HEMP-

                                                                        STEAD TPKE. NO AGENCY.

 

BERLIN                          ATLANTIC             BUILT: 1870 AT MAURE AVE., MORRIS

                                                                        PARK, CLOSED: 1878

 

BERLIN SWITCH            ATLANTIC             SEE:  “VAN WYCK AVENUE” (One and

                                                                        the same as “BERLIN?”  D.K.)

 

BETHPAGE                    CRR OF LI            CENTRAL RAILROAD OF L.I. DEPOT

                                      (CENTRAL)                BUILT:  ?  NORTH OF THE JCT.

                                                                        ON THE OLD “BETHPAGE

                                                                        BRANCH” NEAR THE OLD “BETH-

                                                                        PAGE BRICK WORKS.”  CRR

                                                                        PSGR. TRAINS BEGAN SVC. IN

                                                                        LATE 1874.  STATION STOP AP-

                                                                        PEARS ON LIRR TIMETABLES UP

                                                                        TO AND INCLUDING           3/1879. 

                                                                        PASSENGER SVC. DISCONTIN-

                                                                        UED THEREAFTER.  BRANCH

                                                                        LATER DESIGNATED AS “SIDING”

                                                                        (G.O. OF 5/24/1909)

 

BETHPAGE                    MAIN LINE            BUILT: 1884 AS “CENTRAL PARK”,

                                                                        (SEE: “CENTRAL PARK” FOR

                                                                        EARLIER HISTORY) RENAMED

                                                                        BETHPAGE: 10/1/36.

                                                                        RAZED: 1959

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1959

 

BETHPAGE JCT.            CRR OF LI            CENTRAL RAILROAD OF L.I. DEPOT

                                      (CENTRAL EXT.)        FIRST APPEARS ON TIMETABLE

                                                                        OF 6/1873.  LOCATED AT WEST

                                                                        SIDE OF JUNCTION.  USED BY

                                                                        BOTH CRR AND LIRR TRAINS TO

                                                                        AFFORD CONNECTIONS TO RI-

                                                                        DERS (Per Art Huneke).   ABAN-

                                                                        DONED:  10/1/1877 (Per Vincent

                                                                        Seyfried).  STILL APPEARS ON

                                                                        1897 TIMETABLES WITH MINIMAL

                                                                        SERVICE. (???)

 

BLUEPOINT                    S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R.R. DEPOT OPENED:

                                      (MONTAUK)               2/1/1870, CLOSED: 6/1/1882

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: JUNE/1900,

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED:  6/1946

                                                                        RAZED: 1951

                                                                   CONCRETE SHELTER SHED BUILT:                             1951, DISCONTINUED AS STATION

                                                                        STOP: 1980

 

BOLAND’S LANDING     ATLANTIC             EMPLOYEE-ONLY STOP AT MORRIS

                                                                        PARK SHOPS (1990s ?)

 

BRANCH                        MAIN LINE            DEPOT BUILT:  c. 1837 WITH OPEN-

(HEMPSTEAD BRANCH)                                       ING OF LIRR TO HICKSVILLE. THIS

                                                                        WAS THE STAGE CONNECTION TO

                                                                        HEMPSTEAD.  IN 1839 THE LIRR

                                                                        OPENED ITS TRACKS TO HEMP-

                                                                        STEAD FROM HERE.  RENAMED

                                                                        “MINEOLA” (SEE: “MINEOLA”)     

 

BRENTWOOD                MAIN LINE            BUILT: 1870, BURNED: 4/1903

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 11/10/1903,

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED:  ?   DEPOT

                                                                        CLOSED: 1987

                                                                   3RD DEPOT RELOCATED EAST OF

                                                                        FORMER LOCATION WITH HIGH

                                                                        LEVEL PLATFORMS IN SVC: 

                                                                        9/14/87

 

BRESLAU                       CRR OF LI            CENTRAL RAILROAD OF L.I. DEPOT

                                      (CENTRAL)                IN SVC:  JUNE OR JULY/1873,

                                                                        EAST OF WELLWOOD AVE.  LAST

                                                                        LISTED ON TIMETABLE OF 3/1875.

                                                                       

BRESLAU                       S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. (SEE: “LINDENHURST”)

                                      (MONTAUK)

 

BRIDGEHAMPTON         MONTAUK            OPENED: 6/1870, BURNED: 7/6/1884

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1884, AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED: 1958, DEPOT CLOSED:

                                                                        1/59, RAZED: 5/64

                                                                   3RD DEPOT WITH HI-LEVEL PLAT-

                                                                        FORMS BUILT: 2000-2001

 

BRIDGE STREET            FLUSHING R.R.    SEE: “FLUSHING BRIDGE STREET”

                                      NY & FLUSHING

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE

                                      (WHITESTONE)

 

BROAD CHANNEL         ROCK. BCH.         DEPOT OPENED: 1900, WOODEN

                                                                      SHELTER SHEDS BUILT: 1921, 1923.

                                                                      OUT OF SVC:  5/23/50 WITH ABAN-

                                                                      DONMENT OF JAMAICA BAY

                                                                      TRESTLE AFTER FIRE OF 1950.

 

BROADWAY                   FLUSHING R.R.    OPENED: 10/27/1866, CLOSED: 1906

(FLUSHING)                   NY & FLUSHING   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 9/1/1906, ELE-

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE        VATED: 1912-13

                                       (PORT WASH.)

 

BROOKHAVEN              MONTAUK            BUILT: 1884, AGENCY CLOSED: 1932,

                                                                        DEPOT REMODELED 1944, CLOSED

                                                                        AND DISCONTINUED AS STATION

                                                                        STOP: 10/6/58, BUILDING SOLD

                                                                        AND RELOCATED TO PRIVATE 

                                                                        LOCATION: c. 1958-59

 

BROOKLYN                    ATLANTIC             ORIGINAL NAME FOR FLATBUSH AVE.

                                                                        (1852 TIMETABLE)

 

BROOKLYN AVENUE     ATLANTIC RT        RAPID TRANSIT STOP EAST OF NOS-

(BROOKLYN)                                                   TRAND AVE., BKLYN.  PER ETT #11

                                                                        EFF. 11/4/1878

 

BROOKLYN HILLS         ROCK. BCH.         OPENED: ? AT MYRTLE AVE., FOREST

                                                                        PARK. CLOSED: 1911 WHEN BKLYN

                                                                        MANOR STATION OPENED.

 

BROOKLYN MANOR      ROCK. BCH          OPENED: 1/9/11.  OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        10/29/58.  LOW PLATFORM IN

                                                                         SVC:  10/29/58.  DISCONTINUED

                                                                        AS STATION STOP: 6/8/62. 

                                                                        BRANCH ABANDONED: 6/9/62.

 

BRUSHVILLE                 MAIN LINE            DEPOT BUILT:  c. 1837 WITH OPEN-

                                                                        ING OF LIRR TO HICKSVILLE.  LOC-

                                                                        ATED AT LATER DAY SITE OF BELL-

                                                                        AIRE. RAZED: c. 1871

 

BUSHWICK AVE.           BUSHWICK          S.S.R.R. DEPOT OPENED: 7/14/1877

(BUSHWICK)                                                    PSGR. SERVICE ENDED: 5/13/24

 

BUSHWICK JCT.            S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. (SEE: “FRESH POND”)

                                      (MONTAUK)

 

CALVARY CEMETERY    NY & FLUSHING   APPEARS ON 1863 TIMETABLE

 

CALVERTON                  MAIN LINE            DEPOT BUILT: 1880 AS “BAITING

                                                                        HOLLOW”, CLOSED AND MOVED

                                                                        TO PRIVATE LOCATION: 1922

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT FURTHER EAST:

                                                                        1922.  AGENCY CLOSED: 1958

                                                                        AND MOVED TO PRIVATE LOCA-

                                                                        TION. DISCONTINUED AS STATION

                                                                        STOP: 19 ?

 

CAMP BLACK                CENTRAL EXT.     2 ½ MILES EAST OF GARDEN CITY.

                                                                        IN SERVICE:  5/3/1896

 

CAMP UPTON                 MAIN LINE            IN SERVICE: 1917, CLOSED: 5/24/18

                                                                        WITH OPENING OF UPTON ROAD

                                                                        STATION 2 MILES WEST OF SITE

 

CAMP UPTON                 UPTON SPUR        OPENED ON THE CAMP GROUNDS:

                                      OFF MAIN LINE         1917. CLOSED WITH END OF

                                                                        LIRR SVC. TO THE CAMP: 4/1922

 

CAMP UPTON                 UPTON SPUR        OPENED ON THE CAMP GROUNDS:

                                      OFF MAIN LINE         c. 1942.  CLOSED WITH END OF

                                                                        LIRR SVC. TO THE CAMP: c. 1946

 

CANAL STREET              ATLANTIC RT        RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER TT, EFF.

(JAMAICA)                                                       6/24/1890. OUT OF SVC:    ? . 

                                                                        GONE BY 1905.

 

CANOE PLACE               MONTAUK            LOW CINDER PLATFORM ON S.E.

                                                                        SIDE OF SHINNECOCK CANAL.

                                                                        IN SERVICE: 1935 –1953 FOR

                                                                        “FISHERMAN’S SPECIAL” TRAINS

 

CARLE PLACE               MAIN LINE            DEPOT BUILT: c. 1837 WITH OPEN-

(CARLL PLACE)                                               ING OF LIRR TO HICKSVILLE. 

                                                                   SHELTER SHED BUILT: 1923, RE-

                                                                        MOVED: 1950

                                                                   FACILITIES RELOCATED 400’ EAST

                                                                        OF FORMER LOCATION: 1/21/52

                                                                        NO AGENCY.

 

CARMAN’S RIVER          MAIN LINE            STATION STOP IN SVC:  6/26/1844

                                                                        WITH ARRIVAL OF RAILROAD AND

                                                                        NEW TEMPORARY END-OF-TRACK

                                                                        NEAR CARMAN’S RIVER.  MAY

                                                                        HAVE BEEN ONE AND THE SAME

                                                                        STATION STOP AS “FIRE PLACE”

                                                                        AND LOCATED AT OR NEAR THE

                                                                        LATER SITE OF MILLEVILLE STA-

                                                                        TION (LATER YAPHANK). GONE

                                                                        FROM THE JUNE, 1845 TIME-

                                                                        TABLE.

 

CEDARHURST               S.S.R.R.                S. SIDE R.R. BEGAN SVC:  7/1869.

                                      L.I.R.R.                      BUILT: 7/1872 (Per Vincent Sey-

                                      (FAR ROCK.)             fried’s LIRR history.  3-year gap??)

                                                                   RIVAL L.I.R.R. ALSO BUILT DEPOT:

                                                                        7/1872

                                                                   AFTER MERGER OF 2 ROADS, OCEAN

                                                                        POINT DEPOT AND L.I.R.R. DEPOT

                                                                        ABANDONED: 6/1876

                                                                   L.I.R.R. DEPOT MOVED TO FAR ROCK-

                                                                        AWAY: 8/1881

                                                                   S.S.R.R. DEPOT AT OCEAN POINT RE-

                                                                        OPENED: 6/1887, GREATLY RE-

                                                                        MODELED: 5/1888

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1913

 

CEDAR MANOR             ATLANTIC             OPENED: 1906. OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        1/28/59.  RAZED: 2/59 WITH

                                                                        GRADE ELIMINATION. DISCON-

                                                                        TINUED AS STATION STOP.

 

CENTER MORICHES      MONTAUK            BUILT: 1881, RAZED: 5/64

                                                                   NEWER SHELTER BUILT: c. 1985,                                                   DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        3/16/98

 

CENTRAL ISLIP              MAIN LINE            OPENED: 11/4/1873 TO REPLACE

                                                                        “SUFFOLK” STATION FURTHER

                                                                        WEST.  REMODELED c. 1916,

                                                                        RAZED: 8/58

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1958.  AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:  ?  DEPOT CLOSED:

                                                                        1987

                                                                   3RD DEPOT RELOCATED 1,700’ EAST

                                                                        OF FORMER LOCATION ON SOUTH

                                                                        SIDE OF MAIN TRACK WITH HIGH

                                                                        LEVEL PLATFORMS IN SVC:

                                                                        11/16/87.  FACILITIES ON NORTH

                                                                        SIDE OF PASSING SIDING IN SVC: 

                                                                        12/14/87                          

 

 

CENTRAL ISLIP STATE   SPUR OFF            WOODEN SHANTY AND PLATFORM

          HOSPITAL            MAIN LINE                 BUILT NEAR LOWELL AVE.: ?, OUT

                                                                        OF SERVICE: c. 1930s

                                                                   2ND PLATFORM OPENED AT EAST SIDE

                                                                        OF CARLETON AVE.: c. 1930s, OUT

                                                                        OF SERVICE: 1953

                                                                   3RD PLATFORM OPENED BACK AT

                                                                        LOWELL AVE.: 1953.  DISCONT-

                                                                        INUED AS STATION STOP: 1980s

 

CENTRAL JUNCTION     CRR OF LI            OPENED: 7/1873, ABANDONED:

                                      (CREEDMOOR)         4/30/1879

 

CENTRAL PARK             CRR OF LI            CENTRAL RAILROAD OF L.I. DEPOT

                                      (CENTRAL)                BUILT:  ?  LOCATED AT NORTH-

                                                                        WEST QUADRANT OF THE STEW-

                                                                        ART AVE. (EX-CENTRAL PARK

                                                                        AVE.) CROSSING OF THE CRR

                                                                        R.O.W., ¾ MILE GEOGRAPHIC-

                                                                        ALLY SOUTH OF LIRR’S JERU-

                                                                        SALEM/CENTRAL PARK STATION. 

                                                                        NO DEPOT BUILDING EVER CON-

                                                                        STRUCTED. (Combined data Per

                                                                        Art Huneke, Robert M. Emery and

                                                                        Vincent F. Seyfried)

                                                                       

CENTRAL PARK             MAIN LINE            ORIGINALLY OPENED AS “JERU-

                                                                        SALEM” c. 1854.  STATION STOP

                                                                        LOCATED ONE MILE WEST OF

                                                                        BETHPAGE JCT.  DOES NOT

                                                                        APPEAR ON LIRR TIMETABLES

                                                                        BETWEEN 1842 AND 1855, HOW-

                                                                        EVER IT DOES APPEAR IN AN

                                                                        APRIL, 1854 LIRR ADVERTISE-

                                                                        MENT IN THE “New York Times.”

                                                                        POST OFFICE CHANGED NAME

                                                                        OF TOWN TO CENTRAL PARK IN

                                                                        1867 AS IT WAS LOCATED MID-

                                                                        WAY BETWEEN HYDE PARK

                                                                        (LATER NEW HYDE PARK) AND

                                                                        DEER PARK.  NAME OF STATION

                                                                        STOP VARIES AS FOLLOWS:

                                                                             MAP OF 1873 = JERUSALEM

                                                                             TT OF 1877 = CENTRAL PARK

                                                                             TT OF 4/1878 = CENTRAL PARK

                                                                             ETT AND TT OF 11/1878 = JER-

                                                                                      USALEM

                                                                             TT OF 3/1879 = JERUSALEM. 

                                                                             ETT OF 9/1879 = JERUSALEM

                                                                             PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN OF

                                                                                      DEPOT BY GEORGE

                                                                                      BRAINARD IN SEPTEM-

                                                                                      BER, 1879 SHOWS “CEN-

                                                                                      TRAL PARK” STATION

                                                                                      SIGN ON DEPOT. 

                                                                             TT OF 7/1880 = CENTRAL PARK

                                                                             (TT info. courtesy of Art Huneke)

                                                                        POSSIBLE FINAL CHANGE OF

                                                                        NAME ON LIRR TIMETABLES IN

                                                                        9/1879. 

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1884, RENAMED

                                                                        “BETHPAGE”: 10/1/36. RAZED:

                                                                        1959

 

CENTRE AVENUE          LONG BEACH      PLATFORM ONLY IN SVC:   ?  .  NO     (LYNBROOK)                                                    AGENCY   

 

CLARENCEVILLE           S.S.R.R.                S. SIDE R. R. (SEE: “RICHMOND HILL”)

                                      (MONTAUK)

 

CLARENCEVILLE           ATLANTIC             BUILT:  1905 (?) WITH ELECTRIFI-

                                                                        CATION FROM FLATBUSH AVE.

                                                                        OUT OF SVC: 11/1/39 AND RAZED

                                                                        WHEN TRACKS PUT UNDER-

                                                                        GROUND: 1939-40  

 

CLEAR STREAM RD.     MONTAUK            WEST OF VALLEY STREAM.  IN SVC:

                                                                        5/1906 FOR THE ROYAL LAND

                                                                        CO.  APPEARED IN SPECIAL IN-

                                                                        STRUCTIONS OF ETTS OF 1908

                                                                        AND 1915 AS SIGNAL STOP ONLY. 

                                                                        PLATFORMS STILL INDICATED ON

                                                                        1916 VALUATION PLAN. OUT OF

                                                                        SVC:   ?

 

CLINTON ROAD             CENTRAL EXT.     BUILT: 1915, USED AS TICKET

(GARDEN CITY)                                               OFFICE FOR CAMP MILLS IN

                                                                        WW I. CLOSED: 5/15/53, DIS-

                                                                        CONTINUED AS STATION STOP.

                                                                        USED AS FIRE STATION.

 

CLOWSVILLE                 MAIN LINE (?)       APPEARS ON TIMETABLE OF JUNE,

                                                                        1845 AND ONLY DURING COURT

                                                                        SESSION.

 

CLUB HOUSE                S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R.R. DEPOT. BUILT: 1869

                                      (MONTAUK)               TO SERVICE SOUTH SIDE SPORTS-

                                                                        MEN’S ASSN. (LOCATED BETWEEN

                                                                        TODAY’S PRESENT M.P.45 AND

                                                                        M.P.46 AT BAYARD CUTTING AR-

                                                                        BORETUM), CLOSED: 1897

 

COLD SPRING               PT. JEFFERSON   BUILT: 12/1875 AS “WOODBURY.”

COLD SPRING HARBOR                                      RENAMED “COLD SPRING” ON

                                                                        10/15/1880 PER G. O. #90. 

                                                                        MOVED EAST ACROSS COUNTY

                                                                        LINE TO PRESENT STATION

                                                                        LOCATION: 1901- 02. RENAMED

                                                                        “COLD SPRING HARBOR.” RAZED:

                                                                        1948.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1948.  AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:  ?

 

COLLEGE POINT            FLUSHING R.R.    OPENED: 8/14/1869, CLOSED:

                                      NY & FLUSHING       2/15/32 WITH LINE ABANDON-

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE        MENT, RAZED: 9/19/34

                                      (WHITESTONE)

 

COOPER AVENUE          EVERGREEN        OPENED:  6/2/1883 AT JUNCTION

                                                                        OF NY & MANHATTAN BCH. RY’S

                                                                        “GREENPOINT DIVISION” AND

                                                                        LIRR’S BAY RIDGE BRANCH. 

                                                                        CLOSED WITH END OF PSGR.

                                                                        SVC:  1894

 

COPIAGUE                     MONTAUK            BUILT: 1902, RAZED: 12/67 WITH

                                                                        GRADE CROSSING ELIMINATION.

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION ACCOUNT

                                                                        GRADE CROSSING ELIMINATION

                                                                        IN SVC:  10/25/68. OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        8/7/73 AND RAZED.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE  IN SVC:

                                                                        8/7/73.  AGENCY CLOSED:   ?

 

CORONA                        FLUSHING R.R.    BUILT: 3/1853 AS FASHION RACE

(FASHION RACE COURSE)                              COURSE.  RENAMED W. FLUSH-

                                      NY & FLUSHING       ING.  RENAMED CORONA.

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE   2ND DEPOT BUILT: SEPT-OCT/1872,

                                      (PORT WASH.)           BURNED: 12/9/1880

                                                                   WHITE LINE DEPOT MOVED TO SITE:

                                                                        1890, RAZED: 9/1894

                                                                   4TH DEPOT BUILT: 9/1894, RAZED:

                                                                        1930 ACCOUNT GRADE CROSSING

                                                                        ELIMINATION.

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION SOUTH OF

                                                                        FORMER LOCATION IN SVC: 

                                                                        5/8/30.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE NORTH OF

                                                                        FORMER LOCATION IN SVC:

                                                                        10/13/30 (WESTWARD) AND

                                                                        10/17/30 (EASTWARD)

                                                                   DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        4/8/64

 

COUNTRY LIFE PRESS  HEMPSTEAD        BUILT ADJACENT TO AND SOUTH OF

                                                                        THE 1911 OVERPASS OVER CHEST-

                                                                        NUT ST.  FIRST APPEARS ON EMP-

                                                                        LOYEE TIMETABLE EFF: 5/25/13

                                                                        TO SERVICE EMPLOYEES OF DOUB-

                                                                        LEDAY, PAGE & CO. (PUBLISHERS).

                                                                        STATION NAMED AFTER THEIR

                                                                        MAGAZINE: “COUNTRY LIFE.”

                                                                        WOODEN PLATFORM AND AGENCY

                                                                        IN SVC:  7/8/17.  AGENCY CLOSED:

                                                                        BY 1940.

 

CREEDMOOR                CRR OF LI            OPENED: 1/8/1873, ABANDONED BY

(NAT’L RIFLE RANGE)    (CREEDMOOR)         CRR OF LI: 4/30/1879.  USED BY

                                                                        LIRR UNTIL 1881 TO SERVICE THE

                                                                        RIFLE RANGE.

 

CUTCHOGUE                 MAIN LINE            APPEARS ON TIMETABLE OF

                                                                        6/14/1845.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 8/1875

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1887, REMODELED:

                                                                        1944, AGENCY CLOSED: 1958,

                                                                        RAZED 6/62, DISCONTINUED

                                                                        AS STATION STOP.

 

CYPRESS AVENUE        BAY RIDGE/        OPENED: 1884 AS RIDGEWOOD.

(RIDGEWOOD)               MAN. BEACH            BECAME CYPRESS AVE. IN 1893.

                                                                        RAZED:  1914 ACCOUNT GRADE

                                                                        CROSSING ELIMINATION.

                                                                   2ND ELEVATED STATION (PLATFORM

                                                                        ONLY) IN SVC:  1914. DISCON-

                                                                        TINUED: 1924 WITH END OF PAS-

                                                                        SENGER SERVICE.  REMNANTS

                                                                        STILL VISIBLE AS LATE AS 1982.

 

CYPRESS AVENUE        ATLANTIC RT        RAPID TRANSIT STOP EAST OF EAST

                                                                        NEW YORK, BKLYN. PER ETT #11,

                                                                        EFF. 11/4/1878

 

DEER PARK                   MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT BUILT: 1842 WITH OPEN-

                                                                        ING OF LIRR TO MEET STAGE

                                                                        COACH SERVICE TO BABYLON.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: APR-MAY/1884,

                                                                        CLOSED: 8/25/36 DUE TO GRADE

                                                                        CROSSING ELIMINATION OF DEER

                                                                        PARK AVE.  MOVED TO PRIVATE

                                                                        LOCATION.

                                                                   3RD, ELEVATED DEPOT OPENED:

                                                                        12/17/36. AGENCY CLOSED:   ?

                                                                        DEPOT CLOSED: 1987

                                                                   4TH DEPOT RELOCATED FURTHER

                                                                        EAST OF FORMER LOCATION

                                                                        WITH HI-LEVEL PLATFORMS IN

                                                                        SVC:  9/14/87

 

DeKALB AVENUE          EVERGREEN        OPENED: 7/14/1878.  CHANGED TO

                                                                        RIDGEWOOD: 6/1882.  CLOSED

                                                                        WITH END OF PSGR. SVC: 1894.

 

DOUGLASTON               FLUSHING R.R.    BUILT: APR-MAY/1867, MOVED TO

                                      NY & FLUSHING       PRIVATE LOCATION: ?

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 6/1887, REBUILT:

                                      (PORT WASH.)           1898, RAZED: 3/62

                                                                   NEWER DEPOT BUILT: 1962

 

DUNTON                        ATLANTIC             OPENED: ? AT VAN WYCK AVE.,

                                                                        CLOSED: 1910

                                                                   2ND, RELOCATED DEPOT BUILT: 1914,

                                                                        OUT OF SVC: 11/1/39 AND RAZED

                                                                        WITH ATLANTIC AVENUE IMPROVE-

                                                                        MENT PROJECT:  1939-40

 

EAST FLUSHING            NY & FLUSHING   APPEARS ON TIMETABLE OF 1866

 

EAST HAMPTON            MONTAUK            BUILT: 1895.FULL-TIME AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ? .  SUNDAY AGENCY

                                                                        ONLY: 2005

 

EAST HINSDALE            MAIN LINE            SEE: “FLORAL PARK”

 

EAST MORICHES           MONTAUK            BUILT: 1897, AGENCY CLOSED: 1932,

                                                                        BURNED: 1936

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: ?,  CLOSED:

                                                                        10/6/58 AND DISCONTINUED AS

                                                                        STATION STOP. DEPOT STILL

                                                                        STANDING ON SITE IN USE AS

                                                                        PRIVATE RESIDENCE: 2006

 

EAST NEW YORK           ATLANTIC &         HOWARD HOUSE HOTEL SERVED

(MANHATTAN CROSSING) ATLANTIC R.T.       AS ORIGINAL DEPOT: 1861 - 1902.

(MAN. BCH. R.R. CROSSING)                         ALSO SERVED AS RAPID TRANSIT

                                                                        STOP PER ETT #11, EFF. 11/4/1878

                                                                        RENAMED “EAST NEW YORK”:

                                                                        11/1905 WITH FULL ELEC. SVC.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1906, RAZED:

                                                                        1941

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1940-41

 

EASTPORT                     MONTAUK            BUILT: 3/1870 AS “MORICHES”

                                                                        STATION ON ORIGINAL SAG

                                                                        HARBOR BR., MOVED TO EAST-

                                                                        PORT SITE: 10/18/1881, NEW

                                                                        STOP IN SVC: 10/19/1881. RE-

                                                                        MODELED: 19 ?, OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        10/6/58 AND DISCONTINUED AS

                                                                        STATION STOP. MOVED TO PRI-

                                                                        VATE LOCATION: AFTER 1963.

 

EAST ROCKAWAY          LONG BCH.          OPENED: OCT/1880, BURNED: c. 1942,

                                                                        CLOSED: 12/11/51

                                                                   2ND, RELOCATED DEPOT OPENED:

                                                                        12/11/51. ONE-DAY AGENCY:

                                                                        EARLY 1970s.  AGENCY CLOSED:  ?

 

EAST WILLISTON           OYSTER BAY        BUILT: c. 1880. AGENCY CLOSED:

                                                                        12/10/96.  RAZED: 12/11/2004

 

EDGEMERE                   FAR ROCK.          BUILT:  ? .  OUT OF SVC:  8/9/40

                                                                        ACCOUNT GRADE CROSSING

                                                                        ELIMINATION.

                                                                   WESTWARD STATION FACILITIES

                                                                        RELOCATED 600’ EAST OF FORM-

                                                                        ER LOCATION: 8/9/40.  EAST-

                                                                        WARD STATION FACILITIES:

                                                                        8/23/40.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED:

                                                                        4/10/42. TRANSFERRED TO TA

                                                                        OWNERSHIP: 10/3/55

 

EDGEWOOD                  MAIN LINE            OPENED: 6/1892, CLOSED: 10/21/13,

                                                                      BURNED: 1920

 

ELMHURST                    FLUSHING R.R.    OPENED: 1855, RAZED: 1888

(NEWTOWN)                   NY & FLUSHING   2ND DEPOT OPENED: DEC/1888,

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE        HIGH PLATFORMS: 1912, RAZED:

                                      (PORT WASH.)           1927

                                                                   3RD, ELEVATED DEPOT IN SVC:  1927

                                                                        OUT OF SVC:  1/1/85 AND RAZED.

 

FANNY BARTLETT          MONTAUK            SEE: “BARTLETT”

 

FARMINGDALE              CRR OF LI            CRR OF LI (SEE: “SOUTH FARMING-

                                      (CENTRAL)                DALE”)                     

 

FARMINGDALE              MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT BUILT:  c. 1842 WITH OPEN-

                                                                        ING OF LIRR. RAZED: 1875

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 7/1875, RAZED:

                                                                        c. 1890

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: c.1890. HUNTING-

                                                                        TON R.R. ELECTRIC SUB-STATION

                                                                        INCORPORATED INTO WEST END

                                                                        OF DEPOT: 1908-1909)

 

FAR ROCKAWAY            FAR. ROCK.         GROVE STREET (LOCKWOOD’S

(GROVE STREET)                                            GROVE) BUILT:  1872.  STATION 

                                                                        STOP DISCONTINUED.  DEPOT

                                                                        MOVED TO SYOSSET: 9/1877

 

FAR ROCKAWAY            S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. DEPOT OPENED:  7/1869.

(MOTT AVENUE)             (FAR ROCK.)             CONVERTED TO FREIGHT HOUSE

                                                                        FOR 2ND DEPOT: 1881

                                                                   2ND DEPOT MOVED TO SITE FROM

                                                                        OCEAN POINT (CEDARHURST), RE-

                                                                        MODELED AND OPENED:

                                                                        10/1/1881, SOLD AND MOVED

                                                                        TO PRIVATE LOCATION: 10/1890

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED: 7/15/1890,

                                                                        USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH

                                                                        NEW HI-LEVEL PLATFORMS IN

                                                                        SVC: 4/10/42.  LIRR THRU SERV-

                                                                        ICE TERMINATED HERE: 10/3/55

                                                                        WHEN TRACKAGE TO ROCKAWAY

                                                                        PARK TRANSFERRED TO TA OWN-

                                                                        ER          SHIP.  BECAME TERMINUS OF

                                                                        FAR ROCKAWAY BRANCH.  DIS-

                                                                        CONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        2/21/58 WHEN SERVICE WASCUT

                                                                        BACK TO NAMEOKE AVE. ELEVA-

                                                                        TED TRACKS AND OLD DEPOT

                                                                        RAZED SHORTLY THEREAFTER.

                                                                       

FAR ROCKAWAY            FAR ROCK.          IN SERVICE: 2/21/58. AGENCY

(NAMEOKE AVE.)                                            CLOSED:   ?

 

FASHION RACE             FLUSHING R.R.    OPENED:  3/1853.  RENAMED “WEST

      COURSE                  NY & FLUSHING       FLUSHING” WHEN ORIGINAL W.

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE        FLUSHING STATION ABANDONED.

                                                                        RENAMED CORONA.

 

FIFTH AVENUE              EVERGREEN        OPENED: 1878 AT THE PRESENT-DAY

                                                                        LOCATION OF DRIGGS AVE.

                                                                        CLOSED: 1879.

 

FIRE PLACE                   MAIN LINE            STATION STOP IN SVC: 6/26/1844

                                                                        WITH OPENING OF LIRR OUT TO

                                                                        TEMPORARY END-OF-TRACK

                                                                        NEAR CARMAN’S RIVER. MAY

                                                                        HAVE BEEN ONE AND THE SAME

                                                                        STATION STOP AS “CARMAN’S

                                                                        RIVER” AND LOCATED AT OR

                                                                        NEAR THE LATER SITE OF MILLE-

                                                                        VILLE STATION (LATER YAPHANK).

                                                                        GONE FROM THE JUNE, 1845

                                                                        TIMETABLE.  

 

FLATBUSH AVE.            ATLANTIC             OLD DEPOT RENOVATED: JULY-AUG/

                                                                        1878, RENOVATED AGAIN: 6/1880,

                                                                        REBUILT: 1893

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 4/1/07 WITH

                                                                        DEPOT AT STREET LEVEL AND

                                                                        TRACKS           UNDERGROUND.  RE-

                                                                        FURBISHED AND EXTERIOR SAND-

                                                                        BLASTED:  EARLY 1940s. TRACK

                                                                        #1 OUT OF SVC:  4/10/59.  FORM-

                                                                        ER EXPRESS TRACKS #s 9-14 (“EX”

                                                                        YARD) OUT OF SVC:  3/3/71. 

                                                                        TRACKS ORIGINALLY NUMBERED

                                                                        SOUTH TO NORTH RENUMBERED

                                                                        NORTH TO SOUTH:  7/1/78. 

                                                                        STREET LEVEL DEPOT CLOSED:

                                                                        1988.  RAZED: c. 1990s. 

 

FLORAL PARK:              MAIN LINE            BUILT: OCT-NOV/1878 AS “STEWART

                                                                        JUNCTION.” RENAMED HINSDALE:

                                                                        1879 WITH CLOSING OF CRR OF LI

                                                                        DEPOT.  RENAMED EAST HINS-

                                                                        DALE:  1887 – 1889.  RENAMED

                                                                        FLORAL PARK: BY 1890.  RAZED:

                                                                        1909

                                                                   2ND, RELOCATED DEPOT BUILT: 1909,

                                                                        RAZED: 10/20/60

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE BUILT: 1960

 

FLOWERFIELD              WADING RIVER    OPENED: 1909-10. AGENCY CLOSED:

                                                                        BETWEEN 10/10/43 (ETT #5) AND

                                                                        6/11/44 (ETT #6). DISCONTINUED

                                                                        AS STATION STOP: 1958, RAZED:

                                                                        7/59

 

FLUSHING                                                  FLUSHING R.R.    APPEARS ON TIMETABLE OF 1863.

(BRIDGE ST.)                 NY & FLUSHING       DEPOT BUILT: OCT-NOV/1870,

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE        RAZED: 1893

                                      (WHITESTONE)     2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1893, CLOSED:

                                                                        2/15/32 WITH BRANCH ABAND-

                                                                        ONMENT.

 

FLUSHING                     PORT WASH.        SEE: “BROADWAY”

(BROADWAY)

 

FLUSHING                     PORT WASH.        BUILT: 12/1853

(MAIN STREET)                                                BURNED:  10/13/1864

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: JAN-FEB/1865,

                                                                        RAZED: 1870

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: OCT-NOV/1870,

                                                                        ABANDONED: 11/11/12

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED:

                                                                        10/4/13, ELEVATED TRACK LEVEL

                                                                        BLDG. RAZED: c. 1958

                                                                   STREET LEVEL TICKET OFFICE OPEN-

                                                                        ED: c. 1958     

 

FORD’S CORNERS        BAY RIDGE          SEE: “RUGBY”

 

FORGE                           MONTAUK            SEE: “MASTIC”

 

FOREST HILLS              MAIN LINE            BUILT: 1906, CLOSED: 1911

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 8/5/1911

 

FOSTER’S MEADOW      S. S. R. R.             SEE:  “ROSEDALE”

                                      (ATLANTIC)

 

FRANK AVE.                  FAR ROCK.          AT BEACH 44TH ST. (ORIGINALLY

                                                                        FRANK AVENUE THEN GLEASON

                                                                        AVENUE. AT FIRST A TROLLEY

                                                                        STOP OF THE OCEAN ELECTRIC

                                                                        RAILWAY WHICH USED THE LIRR

                                                                        TRACKS.  BECAME A LIRR STA-

                                                                        TION STOP:  1922.

                                                                   WESTWARD STATION FACILITIES

                                                                        RELOCATED 785’ EAST OF FORM-

                                                                        ER LOCATION: 8/2/40.  EAST-

                                                                        WARD STATION FACILITIES:

                                                                        8/23/40 ACCOUNT GRADE CROS-

                                                                        SING ELIMINATION.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE STRETCH-

                                                                        ING FROM BEACH 44TH ST. TO

                                                                        BEACH 47TH ST. OPENED:

                                                                        4/10/42. TRANSFERRED TO TA

                                                                        OWNERSHIP: 10/3/55

 

FRANKISTON                 CRR OF LI            OPENED: 6/1873, ABANDONED:

                                      (CREEDMOOR)         4/30/1879

 

FREEPORT                     S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. SVC. BEGAN:  

                                      (MONTAUK)               10/28/1867.  DEPOT OPENED. 

                                                                        MOVED: 1899, TO BECOME PART

                                                                        OF FREIGHT HOUSE OF 2ND DEPOT.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 4/3/1899,

                                                                        OUT OF SVC:  5/5/59

                                                                   3RD TEMPORARY STATION IN SVC: 

                                                                        5/5/59

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE IN SVC:

                                                                        EARLY 1961

 

FRESH POND                S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R.R. DEPOT BUILT: 1868 AS

                                      (MONTAUK)               “FRESH POND.”  NAME CHANGED

                                                                        TO “BUSHWICK JUNCTION”: 1882-83

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 4/1895, CLOSED:

                                                                        1915 WITH GRADE ELIMINATION.

                                                                        DEPOT STILL STANDING IN 1923

                                                                   PLATFORMS AND PEDESTRIAN

                                                                        CROSSOVER INSTALLED: c. 1915

                                                                        BOTH NAMES APPEAR ON 1918

                                                                        TIMETABLE.  RENAMED “FRESH

                                                                        POND”: 1919

                                                                   DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        3/16/98

 

FULTON STREET            BAY RIDGE          BUILT: 1914, CLOSED: 1924, DISCON-

(EAST NEW YORK)                                           TINUED AS STATION STOP.

 

GARDEN CITY                CRR OF LI            CRR OF LI DEPOT BUILT: OCT/1872-

                                      (HEMPSTEAD)           APRIL/1873.  CLOSED: 1898

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 8/1898. AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ?

 

GASTON AVENUE          FAR ROCK.          ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED:

(ARVERNE)                                                      4/10/42. TRANSFERRED TO TA

                                                                        OWNERSHIP: 10/3/55

 

GENERAL BRONZE       CENTRAL EXT.     OPENED: 6/1949 TO SERVICE EMP-

                                                                      LOYEES. LATER “A&P BRONZE”,

                                                                      CLOSED: 5/15/53 WITH END OF

                                                                      PSGR. SERVICE ON BRANCH.

 

GIBSON                         FAR ROCK.          BUILT: 5/1928. AGENCY CLOSED:  ?

 

GLEN COVE                   OYSTER BAY        OPENED: 5/16/1867

(GLEN STREET)                                          2ND DEPOT BUILT: SEPT-OCT/1898,

                                                                        RESTORED: c. 2001-02.  AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ?

 

GLEN COVE                   OYSTER BAY        BUILT: JULY-AUG/1895. AGENCY

(NASSAU)                                                        CLOSED:   ?

 

GLENDALE                    S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. DEPOT FIRST APPEARS

                                      (MONTAUK)               ON TIMETABLE OF 5/1870.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT (?) BUILT: 1876, BURNED:

                                                                        1/7/27, DISCONTINUED AS STA-

                                                                        TION STOP: 9/15/27, REPLACED

                                                                        BY PARKSIDE STATION ON ROCK.

                                                                        BEACH. BR. RE-OPENED AS STA-

                                                                        TION STOP AFTER c. 1942 AS

                                                                        PLATFORM ONLY.  DISCONTINUED

                                                                        AGAIN: 3/16/98

 

GLEN HEAD                   OYSTER BAY        ORIGINAL DEPOT OPENED: 1/23/1865

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 5/1888, RAZED:

                                                                        4/61

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1961. AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ?

 

GOLF GROUNDS           MONTAUK            OPENED: 4/1907, DISCONTINUED AS

                                                                        STATION STOP: 1939, MOVED TO

                                                                        PRIVATE LOCATION: 1940

 

GOOD GROUND            MONTAUK            SEE: “HAMPTON BAYS”

 

GOOSE CREEK              ROCK BCH.          OPENED: 1912, CLOSED: 9/35

 

 

GRAND STREET             S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R.R. DEPOT OPENED: 1868 

                                      (EVERGREEN)           BETWEEN METROPOLITAN AVE.

                                                                        AND GRAND STREET AT EAST

                                                                        RIVER FERRY.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT (?) OPENED:  5/15/1878.

                                                                        CLOSED: 9/28/1885.

 

GRAND STREET             MAIN LINE            SHELTER SHED OPENED: 7/1/13,

(E. OF WOODSIDE)                                         SERVING BOTH MAIN LINE AND

                                                                        ROCK. BCH. BRANCH, SHED RE-

                                                                        MOVED 1922. DISCONTINUED AS

                                                                        STATION STOP: 1925

 

GREAT NECK:                FLUSHING R.R.    BUILT: 1866, RAZED: 1883

                                      NY & FLUSHING   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 10/1883, RE-

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE        MODELED: 1893, RAZED: 1924

                                      (PORT WASH.)      3RD DEPOT IN SVC: 2/26/25. RE-

                                                                        LOCATED S. OF FORMER LOCA-

                                                                        TION ACCOUNT GRADE CROS-

                                                                        SING ELIMINATION:  6/8/34

 

GREAT RIVER                MONTAUK            BUILT: 1897, BURNED: 1943. AGEN-

(ALSO SEE:                                                      CY CLOSED: c. 1943 OR EARLIER.

“YOUNGSPORT”)                                         2ND DEPOT BUILT: c. 1950s. RAZED:

                                                                        1998

                                                                   3rd DEPOT WITH HI-LEVEL PLAT-

                                                                        FORMS BUILT: 1998

 

GREENLAWN                 PT. JEFFERSON   BUILT: 1868, BURNED: 1909

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 9/1911. AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ?

 

GREENPOINT                 EVERGREEN        OPENED: 5/15/1878 AT OAK AND

                                                                        WEST STREETS.  CLOSED:

                                                                        9/28/1885.

 

GREENPORT                  MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT IN SVC:  7/29/1844 AS

                                                                        TERMINUS OF LIRR.  DEPOT

                                                                        BURNED IN TOWN FESTIVITIES:

                                                                        7/4/1870

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 10/1870

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1892, WITH DIS-

                                                                        TINCTIVE TICKET OFFICE BAY WIN-

                                                                        DOW.  BAY WINDOW REMOVED

                                                                        BY 1920S.  AGENCY           CLOSED:

                                                                        9/4/67 (AFTER LABOR DAY SVC.).

                                                                        REOPENED: 1968 FOR ONE

                                                                        SUMMER’S USE, SUNDAYS ONLY.

                                                                        DEPOT BUILDING NOW A MARI-

                                                                        TIME MUSEUM

                                                                   4TH DEPOT WITH HI-LEVEL PLAT-

                                                                        FORMS BUILT: 2000-01

                                                                   **FREIGHT STATION BUILT: 1892

                                                                        OCCUPIED BY RAILROAD MUS-

                                                                        EUM OF LONG ISLAND (RMLI)

 

GREENVALE                  OYSTER BAY        SHELTER SHED BUILT: ?, NO AGEN-

                                                                        CY.  STRUCK BY LOCOMOTIVE:

                                                                        5/17/1891 AND DEMOLISHED.

                                                                   2ND SHELTER SHED BUILT: ?, RAZED:

                                                                        1991

                                                                   3RD SHELTER SHED WITH HI-LEVEL

                                                                        PLATFORMS BUILT: 1991

 

GRINNELL                     FLUSHING R.R.    OPENED: 1874 (JUNCTION BLVD. &

                                      NY & FLUSHING       35TH AVE.)

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE

 

GRUMMAN                    MAIN LINE            6,955’ WEST OF BETHPAGE STATION.

                                                                        WOODEN SHELTER SHED IN SVC: 

                                                                        2/2/42 FOR EMPLOYEES OF

                                                                        GRUMMAN AVIATION. NO AGENCY.

                                                                   STATION STOP RELOCATED: 1951

                                                                        WITH RE LOCATION OF S. OYSTER

                                                                        BAY RD. CROSSING.  SEVERAL

                                                                        WOODEN SHELTER SHEDS CON-

                                                                        TRUCTED.

                                                                   METAL SHELTER SHED BUILT: c. 1960s

                                                                        DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        c.1970s

 

HABERMAN                   MONTAUK            OPENED: 9/1910, CLOSED: 1924,

(L. I. CITY)                                                   DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        3/16/98

 

HAGERMAN                   MONTAUK            BUILT: 10/1890, CLOSED: 1928-29,

                                                                        DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP.

 

HAMILTON BEACH        ROCK. BCH.         BUILT: 1919. DISCONTINUED AS

                                                                        STATION STOP:  6/27/55. 

                                                                        BRANCH ABANDONED SOUTH OF

                                                                        OZONE PARK.

 

HAMMELS (HAMMEL)   ROCK. BCH.         BUILT: JUNE/1880, RAZED: 1941 FOR

                                                                           GRADE ELIMINATION

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: SPRING/1888,

                                                                        CLOSED: 1941

 

HAMPTON BAYS            MONTAUK            OPENED: 2/1871 AS “GOOD GROUND”,

                                                                        BURNED: 11/4/1873

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 1/10/1874,

                                                                        CLOSED: 1913, USED AS EX-

                                                                        PRESS HOUSE FOR 3RD  DEPOT.

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED: SUMMER/ 1913,

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED: 1958, RAZED:

                                                                        c. 1964. STATION STOP MOVED

                                                                        2,000’ WEST: 12/26/74

                                                                   4TH , RELOCATED DEPOT WITH HI-

                                                                        LEVEL PLATFORMS BUILT: 2000-01

 

HEBBARD’S                   S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. DEPOT AT FLUSHING

                                                                        AVE. & 52ND ST.  LISTED ON TIME-

                                                                        TABLES OF 5, 6, & 8/1870 ONLY.

                                                                        STATION STOP DISCONTINUED.

 

HEMPSTEAD                  CRR OF LI            C.R.R. DEPOT BUILT: OCT-DEC/1872.

                                      (HEMPSTEAD)           AT FULTON STREET.  BECAME

                                                                        LIRR’S HEMPSTEAD STATION AND

                                                                        TERMINUS IN 1878. (SEE: “HEMP-

                                                                        STEAD” BELOW).  REMODELED:

                                                                        7/1881.  RAZED: 1913.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 2/1913.

                                                                   TEMP ORARY STATION IN SVC: 1,265’

                                                                        WEST OF FORMER LOCATION: 

                                                                        12/30/41 WHILE TRACKS WERE

                                                                        CUT BACK TO COLUMBIA ST. 

                                                                   2ND DEPOT MOVED TO COLUMBIA ST.:

                                                                        UPON COMPLETION OF TRACK

                                                                        WORK AND PLACED IN SVC: 1943.

                                                                        GUTTED BY FIRE: 12/31/62 AND

                                                                        REMODELED.  RAZED: 1998

                                                                   3rd DEPOT BUILT: 1999-2000

 

HEMPSTEAD                  L. I. R. R.              1ST DEPOT BUILT: c. 1839 AS TERM-

                                      (HEMPSTEAD)           INUS OF LIRR WHICH WAS EXTEND-

                                                                        ED FROM “HEMPSTEAD BRANCH”

                                                                        (MINEOLA) TO MAIN ST., HEMP-

                                                                        STEAD.  STATION FACILITIES

                                                                        RAZED: 1878 AND NEWLY ACQ-

                                                                        UIRED EX-CENTRAL R.R.’S HEMP-

                                                                        STEAD DEPOT AT FULTON ST.

                                                                        USED AS NEW TERMINUS. 

                                                                       

“HEMPSTEAD BRANCH”   MAIN LINE        SEE: “BRANCH”

 

HEMPSTEAD GARDENS  W. HEMPST’D     BUILT: 19 ?, RAZED: 19 ?

 

HERMANVILLE              MAIN LINE            APPEARS ON MAP OF 1857 FOR THE

                                                                        DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW COM-

                                                                        MUNITY SOUTH OF THE TRACKS

                                                                        AND EAST OF LAKE STATION.  NO

                                                                        TIMETABLE EVIDENCE AS YET.

                                                                        (Info courtesy of Art Huneke)

 

HERMITAGE                  MAIN LINE            APPEARS ON TIMETABLE OF

                                                                        5/1/1848. RENAMED “PECONIC”.

                                                                        (SEE: “PECONIC.”)

 

HEWLETT                       FAR ROCK.          S. SIDE R.R. BEGAN SVC: 7/1869

(HEWLETTS)                                                    AS “HEWLETTS.” DEPOT BUILT:

                                                                        1870 (Per Vincent Seyfried’s LIRR

                                                                        history).  STILL STANDING: 2003.

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED:   ?

 

HICKSVILLE:                 MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT OPENED:  3/1/1837 AS

                                                                        TEMPORARY TERMINUS OF LIRR.

                                                                        BURNED: 7/15/1864

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 9/1873, MOVED

                                                                        TO PRIVATE LOCATION: 1909

                                                                   3RD  DEPOT OPENED: 10/30/1909,

                                                                        RAZED: 11/62 WITH GRADE ELIM-

                                                                        INATION PROJECT.

                                                                   4TH AND TEMPORARY, RELOCATED

                                                                        DEPOT IN SVC:  11/13/62

                                                                   5TH AND ELEVATED DEPOT IN SVC:

                                                                        7/1/64                              

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE BUILT: 1962

 

HIGBIE AVE.                  ATLANTIC             OPENED: 1908 AS “SPRINGFIELD”,

(LAURELTON)                                                  RENAMED: 9/1927, OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        2/2/60 WITH GRADE ELIMINA-

                                                                        TION AND DISCONTINUED AS

                                                                        STATION STOP.

 

HILLSIDE                       CRR OF LI            OPENED: 4/1874, ABANDONED:

                                      (CREEDMOOR)         4/30/1879

 

HILLSIDE:                      MAIN LINE            BUILT: ?, CLOSED: 1911

                                                                   2ND DEPOT IN SVC:  5/15/11. LOW

                                                                        PLATFORMS OUT OF SVC:  10/1/30

                                                                        ACCOUNT “JAMAICA IMPROVE-

                                                                        MENT EAST” PROJECT. 

                                                                   EASTWARD HIGH LEVEL PLATFORM

                                                                        SOUTH OF TRACK 1, IN SVC:

                                                                        10/1/30 FOR EASTWARD AND

                                                                        WESTWARD TRAINS.  AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:  ? .  DEPOT USED AS

                                                                        PRIVATE BUSINESS.

                                                                   DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        7/1/66.

 

HILLSIDE                       MAIN LINE            EMPLOYEE-ONLY STOP AT HILL-

                                                                        SIDE MAINT. FACILITY (1990s?)

 

HINSDALE                     CRR OF LI            OPENED: 1/8/1873, ABANDONED:

                                      (CREEDMOOR)         4/30/1879, MOVED TO PRIVATE

                                                                        LOCATION: 4/1883

 

HINSDALE                     MAIN LINE            SEE: “FLORAL PARK”

 

HOLBROOK                   MAIN LINE            BUILT: 1907, RELOCATED FROM

                                                                        NORTH TO SOUTH SIDE OF

                                                                        MAIN TRACK:  4/24/39, RAZED:

                                                                        6/62

 

HOLLAND (HOLLANDS) ROCK. BCH.         BUILT: MAY-JUNE/1880, REMODELED:

(BEACH 92ND ST.)                                            APR-MAY/1899, REMODELED: 1914,

                                                                        CLOSED: 1941

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED:

                                                                      1942.  TRANSFERRED TO NYCTA

                                                                      OWNERSHIP: 10/3/55

 

HOLLIS                          MAIN LINE            BUILT: MAY-SEPT/1885.  ORIGINAL

                                                                        DEPOT BUILDING ELEVATED:

                                                                        1915. BURNED: NOV. 2-3/67

                                                                        AND RAZED.

                                                                       

HOLTSVILLE                  MAIN LINE            OLD STORE SERVED AS ORIGINAL

                                                                        “WAVERLY” DEPOT UPON OPENING

                                                                        OF LINE           IN 1843, RENAMED

                                                                        HOLTSVILLE: 1860, ORIGINAL PRE-

                                                                        1843 STRUCTURE RAZED: 1912

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 5/14/12,

                                                                        BURNED: 1/4/14

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1914, AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED: 1958, RAZED: 6/62

                                                                   DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        3/16/98

 

HOPEDALE                    MAIN LINE            DEPOT BUILT OCT-NOV/1875 AT

                                                                        UNION TURNPIKE.  DUE TO

                                                                        PLANNED 2ND TRACK ADDITION

                                                                        AND PROXIMITY TO MAPLE GROVE,

                                                                        DEPOT CLOSED AND RELOCATED

                                                                        AS PRIVATE RESIDENCE BY

                                                                        8/28/1884. (Newtown Register

                                                                        8/28/1884)

 

HOWARD BEACH          ROCK. BCH.         OPENED: 4/1913, REPLACED WITH

                                                                        SHELTER SHED: 1923 ON OPP-

                                                                        OSITE SIDE OF TRACKS. OUT OF

                                                                        SVC:  6/27/55.  ACQUIRED BY

                                                                        NYCTA, RAZED: SUMMER: 1956

 

HOWARD HOUSE          ATLANTIC             (ALABAMA AVE., EAST NEW YORK)

                                                                        TRACKSIDE HOTEL WITH PLAT-

                                                                        FORM OUT FRONT. USED AS

                                                                        DEPOT: 1861 – 1902.  SEE: “EAST

                                                                        NEW YORK” AND “MANHATTAN

                                                                        CROSSING.”

 

HULSE TURNOUT          MAIN LINE            4 MILES EAST OF MANOR (1852 TIME-

                                                                        TABLE)

 

HUMBOLDT STREET     EVERGREEN        OPENED: 5/15/1878 BETWEEN HUM-

                                                                        BOLD AND GRAHAM STREETS. 

                                                                        CLOSED:  9/28/1885.      

 

HUNTER’S POINT           FLUSHING R.R.    APPEARS ON TIMETABLE OF 1863. 

                                      NY & FLUSHING       EXPANDED FOR USE BY CRR OF

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE        LI: 1872.  ACQUIRED BY LIRR FOR

                                                                   BRIGHTON BEACH SVC:  1878.

 

HUNTERSPOINT AVE.    MAIN LINE            OPENED: AUG/1860, RENOVATED:

(L. I. CITY)                                                        4/1878, BURNED: 12/1902

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 4/26/1903

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED: 10/18/14

 

HUNTINGTON STA.        PT. JEFFERSON   BUILT:  ?, CLOSED: 1909

                                                                   2ND,  RELOCATED DEPOT OPENED:

                                                                        10/1909

 

HYDE PARK                   MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT BUILT:  c. 1837 WITH OPEN-

                                                                        ING OF LIRR TO HICKSVILLE.  RE-

                                                                        NAMED “NEW HYDE PARK.” (SEE:

                                                                        “NEW HYDE PARK”)

 

INTERSTATE PARK        MAIN LINE            PLATFORM OPENED: 3/20/1900, E.

                                                                        OF HEMPSTEAD TPKE., W. OF

                                                                        QUEENS.  RENAMED “BELLAIRE”

                                                                        IN 1907. 

 

INWOOD                        FAR ROCK.          SHELTER SHED OPENED: 12/3/11,

                                                                        RAZED: 1956

 

ISLAND PARK                LONG BEACH      BUILT: 5/1923. AGENCY CLOSED:  ?

 

ISLAND TREES              CRR of LI              ORIGINAL DEPOT BUILT BY CRR OF

                                      (CENTRAL EXT.)        LI:  18___ (?) NO DEPOT BUILDING

                                                                        ERECTED (Per Vincent F. Seyfried)

                                                                        DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        18___ (?)

                                                                   2ND STATION CONSISTING OF A 1,000

                                                                        FOOT LONG, LOW, CINDER PLAT-

                                                                        FORM OPENED: 1916 AT HICKS-

                                                                        VILLE RD. CROSSING OF CENTRAL

                                                                        BRANCH FOR MERILLON ESTATES

                                                                        CORP. (REAL ESTATE DEVELOP-

                                                                        MENT).  CLOSED: 19 ?

 

ISLIP                              S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. DEPOT BUILT: 1868

                                      (MONTAUK)          2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1881, RAZED: 1963

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1963. AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ?  . REMODELED: 1997

 

ISLIP CENTRE                S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. DEPOT. WEST OF ISLIP.

                                                                        PERHAPS USED TO SERVICE MEM-

                                                                        BERS OF THE OLYMPIC BOAT CLUB. 

                                                                        DROPPED FROM TIMETABLE OF

                                                                        5/1870.

 

JAMAICA                       S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. DEPOT OPENED:

(BEAVER STREET)         (ATLANTIC)                10/28/1867.  RAZED: 1871

                       (“OLD SOUTHERN ROAD”)  2ND DEPOT OPENED: 12/25/1871.

                                                                        WHEN LIRR ACQUIRED SSRR,

                                                                        DEPOT MOVED TO SOUTH SIDE

                                                                        OF BEAVER STREET CROSSING

                                                                        ON A STUB TRACK.  LOW PLAT-

                                                                        FORMS FOR STATION STOP LO-

                                                                        CATED ON NORTH SIDE OF BEAV-

                                                                        ER ST. CROSSING.  STOP SHOWS

                                                                        ON TIMETABLES AS “JAMAICA”

                                                                        FOR ATLANTIC BRANCH TRAINS

                                                                        BOUND FOR LOCUST AVE., SPRING-

                                                                        FIELD AND VALLEY STREAM.  (“OLD

                                                                        SOUTHERN ROAD”). STATION STOP

                                                                        LISTED ON TIMETABLES OF 1908-

                                                                        1913 AS “JAMAICA (BEAVER ST.)”

                                                                        DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP

                                                                        AND RAZED WITH GRADE ELIMIN-

                                                                        ATION AND RELOCATION OF JAMAI-

                                                                        CA COMPLEX IN 1913.

 

JAMAICA                       MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT BUILT: c. 1836 AS TERM-

(“OLD JAMAICA”)                                            INUS OF LIRR. REMODELED: 1869,

                                                                        AND 1872.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT:  1882-83 ADJA-

                                                                        CENT TO AND IN USE CONCUR-

                                                                        RENTLY WITH ORIGINAL DEPOT.

                                                                        COVERED PLATFORMS LATER IN-

                                                                        STALLED. RAZED: 1912-13 WITH

                                                                        GRADE ELIMINATION.

 

JAMAICA                       MAIN LINE            RELOCATED, ELEVATED STATION

                                                                        OPENED: 3/9/13

 

JAMAICA RACETRACK  ATLANTIC             SEE: “LOCUST MANOR”

 

JAMESPORT                  MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT APPEARS ON TIMETABLE

                                                                        OF 6/14/1845. DEPOT REMOVED:

                                                                        AUG-SEPT/ 1869.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT WAS A PRIVATE SALOON

                                                                        PURCHASED FOR USE AS DEPOT:

                                                                        7/1878.  GREATLY REMODELED:

                                                                        1944, AGENCY CLOSED: 1958,

                                                                        RAZED: 7/18/63.

                                                                   RELOCATED SHELTER SHED OPENED:

                                                                        7/18/63, DISCONTINUED AS STA-

                                                                        TION STOP: 19 ?

 

JEKYL ISLAND              LONG BEACH      OPENED: 1901 AS “BARNUM ISLAND”

                                                                        NAME CHANGED: 1903. RENAMED

                                                                        “ISLAND PARK”: 10/1921, CLOSED:

                                                                        7/1922

 

JERUSALEM                  MAIN LINE            STATION STOP LOCATED ONE MILE

                                                                        WEST OF BETHPAGE JCT.  DOES

                                                                        NOT APPEAR ON LIRR TIMETAB-

                                                                        LES BETWEEN 1842 AND 1855,

                                                                        HOWEVER IT DOES APPEAR IN

                                                                        AN APRIL, 1854 LIRR ADVERTISE-

                                                                        MENT IN THE “New York Times.”

                                                                        POST OFFICE CHANGED NAME

                                                                        OF TOWN TO CENTRAL PARK IN

                                                                        1867 AS IT WAS LOCATED MID-

                                                                        WAY BETWEEN HYDE PARK

                                                                        (LATER NEW HYDE PARK) AND

                                                                        DEER PARK.  NAME OF STATION

                                                                        STOP VARIES AS FOLLOWS:

                                                                             MAP OF 1873 = JERUSALEM

                                                                             TT OF 1877 = CENTRAL PARK

                                                                             TT OF 4/1878 = CENTRAL PARK

                                                                             ETT AND TT OF 11/1878 = JER-

                                                                                      USALEM

                                                                             TT OF 3/1879 = JERUSALEM. 

                                                                             ETT OF 9/1879 = JERUSALEM

                                                                             PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN OF

                                                                                      DEPOT BY GEORGE

                                                                                      BRAINARD IN SEPTEM-

                                                                                      BER, 1879 SHOWS “CEN-

                                                                                      TRAL PARK” STATION

                                                                                      SIGN ON DEPOT. 

                                                                             TT OF 7/1880 = CENTRAL PARK

                                                                             (TT info. courtesy of Art Huneke)

                                                                        POSSIBLE FINAL CHANGE OF

                                                                        NAME ON LIRR TIMETABLES IN

                                                                        9/1879.  (SEE: “CENTRAL PARK”)

 

KEW                               MAIN LINE            OPENED: 9/8/1910 ON RE-ALIGNED

                                                                        MAIN LINE TRACKS SOUTH OF

                                                                        EX-MAPLE GROVE STATION SITE.

                                                                        RENAMED “KEW GARDENS”: 1912.

 

KEW GARDENS             MAIN LINE            SEE “KEW”

 

KINGS HIGHWAY           MANH’T’N BCH.   OPENED: 1883, RAZED: 1909 DUE TO

                                                                        GRADE ELIMINATION

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 1909, CLOSED:

                                                                        1924 WITH BRANCH ABANDON-

                                                                        MENT

 

KINGS PARK                  PT. JEFFERSON   BUILT: NOV-DEC/1872 AS ST. JOHNS-

(ST. JOHNSLAND)                                           LAND.  RENAMED “KINGS PARK”: 

                                                                        6/1891 (Per V. F. Seyfried).  RAZED:

                                                                        1948

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1948. REMODELED: 

                                                                         ? .  AGENCY CLOSED:   ?

 

KISSENA PARK              CRR OF LI            OPENED: 6/1873, CLOSED: 8/1876,

                                      (CREEDMOOR)         RE-OPENED: 6/1877, ABAND-

                                                                        ONED: 4/30/1879, MOVED TO

                                                                        PRIVATE LOCATION, BURNED:

                                                                        5/8/18

 

KOUWENHOVEN           BAY RIDGE          BUILT: 8/1877, CLOSED: 1924 WITH

                                                                        LINE ABANDONMENT. SHELTER

                                                                        SHED RAZED: 1935

 

LAKELAND                    MAIN LINE            AT OCEAN AVENUE.  SALT-BOX

                                                                        FARMHOUSE CONVERTED TO

                                                                        HOTEL AND USED AS DEPOT. 

                                                                        APPEARS ON 1852 TIMETABLE.

                                                                        LOCATED 1,250’ WEST OF EAR-

                                                                        LIER LAKE ROAD STATION. DIS-

                                                                        CONTINUED AND RAZED: 1883

                                                                        WHEN STATION STOP MOVED

                                                                        EAST TO RONKONKOMA.

 

LAKE ROAD                   MAIN LINE            OPENED AS “LAKE STATION” WITH

                                                                        ARRIVAL OF LIRR IN 1843.  LO-

                                                                        CATED 90’ EAST OF POND ROAD. 

                                                                        APPEARS AS “LAKE ROAD” ON

                                                                        1848 TIMETABLE.  STILL CALLED

                                                                        “LAKE STATION” ON 1857 MAP.

 

LAKE STATION               MAIN LINE            SEE:  “LAKE ROAD”

 

LAKEVIEW                     W. HEMPST’D       BUILT: 19 ?, RAZED: 19 ?

 

LAKE RONKONKOMA    MAIN LINE            SEE: “RONKONKOMA”

 

LANDIA                          PT. JEFFERSON   LOW PLATFORMS IN SVC: 12/15/52

                                                                        BOTH SIDES OF TRACK TO SERV-

                                                                        ICE EMPLOYEES OF CIRCLE

                                                                        WIRE (LATER CERRO WIRE). 

                                                                        CLOSED: 10/3/73.

 

LANG’S CORNER           SAG HARBOR      IN SVC: 1906 (per “East Hampton Star”

                                                                        via Richard Makse)   RENAMED

                                                                        “NOYACK ROAD” : 19 ?  (SEE:

                                                                        “NOYACK ROAD”)

 

LAUREL                         MAIN LINE            BUILT: 1901, RAZED: 1939.

                                                                   SHELTER SHED BUILT: 1939, RAZED:

                                                                        1967 AND DISCONTINUED AS

                                                                        STATION STOP.

 

LAUREL HILL                 MONTAUK            NORTHEAST CORNER OF CROSSING

                                                                        OF CLIFTON AVE. (46TH ST.) EAST

                                                                        OF PENNY BRIDGE STATION.  ON

                                                                        1891 MAP.  ABANDONED: c. 1900

                                                                        (Per Bob Emery) 

                                                                        DOES NOT APPEAR ON TIMETAB-

                                                                        LES OF 1894, 1897 OR 1899, SO

                                                                        DID THIS STOP REALLY EXIST?????

 

LAURELTON                  ATLANTIC             OPENED: 4/1907.  EASTBOUND

                                                                        FACILITIES RELOCATED S. OF

                                                                        FORMER LOCATION: 11/26/41.

                                                                        RELOCATED NORTH AGAIN:

                                                                        3/10/42 WITH CANCELLATION

                                                                        OF PROJECT.  ALL FACILITIES

                                                                        AGAIN RELOCATED S. OF FORM-

                                                                        ER LOCATION: 11/16-18/48 DUE

                                                                        TO GRADE ELIMINATION PROJ-

                                                                        ECT.  DEPOT RAZED: 1950. 

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED

                                                                        WESTBOUND:  10/31/50, EAST-

                                                                        BOUND: 11/27/50. AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ?

 

 

LAWRENCE                    S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. BEGAN SVC:  7/1869. 

                                      (MONTAUK)               DEPOT BUILT: JUNE-JULY/1872

                                                                        (Per Vincent f. Seyfried’s LIRR history.

                                                                        3-year gap???)  MOVED TO PRIVATE

                                                                        LOCATION: 7/31/1906

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 8/1906. AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ?

 

LEFFERTS AVENUE       ATLANTIC             118TH ST.  APPEARS ON TIMETABLES

                                                                        OF 1867.  LAST LISTED IN 6/1870.

 

LINDENHURST              S. S. R. R.             SOUTH SIDE R.R. BEGAN SVC:

                                      (MONTAUK)               10/28/1867 AS “WELLWOOD.”  

                                                                        DEPOT BUILT.  RENAMED

                                                                        “BRESLAU.” RENAMED “LINDEN-

                                                                        HURST.” BURNED: 1/23/1901.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1902.  EXPRESS

                                                                        HOUSE MERGED INTO DEPOT

                                                                        AS ONE STRUCTURE:  c. 1940s (?)

                                                                        CLOSED: 1968 WITH GRADE

                                                                        ELIMINATION AND MOVED TO

                                                                        PRIVATE LOCATION. EXPRESS

                                                                        HOUSE SEPARATED FROM DEPOT

                                                                        AS ORIGINALLY BUILT AND RE –

                                                                        STORED AS MUSEUM: 1971.

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION ACCOUNT

                                                                        GRADE CROSSING ELIMINATION

                                                                        IN SVC:  10/25/68.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE IN SVC: 

                                                                        8/7/73.

 

LINWOOD STREET         ATLANTIC R.T.      RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER TT, EFF.

(BROOKLYN)                                                   6/24/1890

 

L.I.R.R. SHOPS              MONTAUK            SEE: “SHOPS”

 

LITTLE NECK                 FLUSHING R.R.    APPEARS ON TIMETABLE OF 1866.

                                      NY & FLUSHING       DEPOT OPENED: JULY/1870

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE        2ND DEPOT OPENED: 12/1890

                              (PORT WASHINGTON)

 

LOCUST AVENUE          S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R.R. SVC. BEGAN:

                                      (ATLANTIC)                10/28/1867.  DEPOT OPENED:

                                                                        6/1869 (2-Year gap??)  RENAMED

                                                                        “LOCUST MANOR.”

 

LOCUST MANOR           ATLANTIC             OUT OF SVC: 1/28/59 WITH GRADE

(JAMAICA RACETRACK)                                      ELIMINATION.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED:

                                                                        1959. AGENCY CLOSED:   ?

 

LOCUST VALLEY           OYSTER BAY        OPENED: 4/19/1869

                                                                   2nd DEPOT OPENED: 11/1872, RE-

                                                                        MODELED: 1885, MOVED TO

                                                                        PRIVATE LOCATION: c. 1906

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED: 12/1906. AGEN-

                                                                        CY CLOSED:   ?

 

LONG BEACH                LONG BEACH      BUILT: 1880, CLOSED: 1909

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 6/1909, RE-

                                                                        STORED: c. 1988

 

LONG ISLAND CITY       MONTAUK            OPENED: 5/9/1861, ENLARGED:

                                                                        1870, 1875, 1878, 1879, APRIL/

                                                                        1881

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 7/1891,

                                                                        BURNED: 12/18/1902, REBUILT

                                                                        AND REOPENED: 4/26/03. 

                                                                        RAZED: 1938 DURING CONSTRUCT-

                                                                        ION OF MIDTOWN TUNNEL.

                                                                   3RD DEPOT (SHELTER SHED) OP-

                                                                        ENED:   ?  STA TION STOP IN

                                                                        LIMITED USE.  NO AGENCY.

 

LYNBROOK                    S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. SVC. BEGAN: 

                          (LONG BCH./MTK. BR.)        10/28/1867 AS “PEARSALL’S

                                                                        CORNER.”  DEPOT OPENED.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1881. REMODELED:

                                                                        c. 1920.  RAZED: 1938 WITH GRADE

                                                                        ELIMINATION.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE, 1,113’ WEST

                                                                        OF FORMER LOCATION, IN SVC:

                                                                        10/18/38

 

MALBA                           WHITESTONE       BUILT: 1909, CLOSED: 1932 WITH

                                                                        BRANCH ABANDONMENT.

 

MALVERNE                    WEST HEMPST’D OPENED: 2/1913.  AGENCY CLOSED:

                                                                         ?

 

MANHASSET                  PORT WASH.        BUILT: 1899.  PARTIALLY RAZED:

                                                                        LATE 1924.  MAIN DEPOT POR-

                                                                        TION MOVED ADJACENT TO

                                                                        TOWN HALL FOR USE AS BICY-

                                                                        CLE SHOP. 

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 3/23/25.

                                                                        RESTORED: 2001

 

MANHATTAN BEACH     MANH’T’N BCH.   OPENED: 11/1909, CLOSED: 1924

                                                                        WITH BRANCH  ABANDONMENT. 

                                                                        USED AS PRIVATE BUSINESS AS

                                                                        LATE AS 1938

 

MANHATTAN                  ATLANTIC &         EAST NEW YORK, BKLYN.  ALSO

CROSSING                     ATLANTIC R.T.           USED AS RAPID TRANSIT STOP

(MAN. BCH. R.R. CROSSING)                         PER ETT #11, EFF. 11/4/1878.

                                                                        RENAMED “EAST NEW YORK”:

                                                                        11/1905 WITH INAUGURATION

                                                                        OF FULL ELECTRIC SVC. FROM

                                                                        FLATBUSH AVENUE. (SEE: “EAST

                                                                        NEW YORK.”

 

MANOR                          MAIN LINE            SEE: “MANORVILLE”

 

MANORVILLE                MAIN LINE            APPEARS ON TIMETABLE OF

                                                                        6/14/1845 AS “ST. GEORGE’S

                                                                        MANOR” AND LATER SHORTENED

                                                                        TO “MANOR.” RAZED: 9/1869 (Per

                                                                        local history, the first station agent,

                                                                        Seth Raynor, a patriot, painted out the

                                                                        “St. George’s,” leaving “Manor.”  The

                                                                        town name changed to Manorville with

                                                                        opening of the post office, but time-

                                                                        tables and LIRR documents retained

                                                                        the name “Manor” until c. 1907-1908.)

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 5/1871. STATION

                                                                        RE          NAMED “MANORVILLE” c. 1910. 

                                                                        RAZED: 6/41

                                                                   SHELTER SHED BUILT: 1941, RAZED:

                                                                        c. 1968 AND DISCONTINUED AS

                                                                        STATION STOP.

 

MAPLE GROVE              MAIN LINE            OPENED: MAY/1879 AS FLAG STOP

                                                                        FOR MAPLE GROVE CEMETERY. 

                                                                        CLOSED: 1882. REOPENED: 1883. 

                                                                        REMOVED IN 1909 WITH REALIGN-

                                                                        MENT OF TRACKS.  MOVED APPROX.

                                                                        600’ SOUTH ALONGSIDE NEW SITE

                                                                        OF KEW STATION (WHICH OPENED

                                                                        9/8/1910) AND PERPENDICULAR

                                                                        TO TRACKS FOR USE AS REAL

                                                                        ESTATE OFFICE FOR DEVELOPERS

                                                                        OF KEW.  RAZED A SHORT TIME

                                                                        LATER.

 

MASPETH                      FLUSHING R.R.         OPENED:  1855.  ABANDONED:  1858

                                      NY & FLUSHING

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE

 

MASPETH                      MONTAUK            OPENED: 2/1895, CLOSED: 10/1903,

                                                                        REOPENED: ?,  AND AGAIN CLOSED:

                                                                        1924, BLDG. REMOVED: 1925

                                                                        DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP.

 

MASSAPEQUA               MONTAUK            2ND, RELOCATED DEPOT BUILT: MAY-

                                                                        JUNE/1891, RAZED: 1/53 WITH

                                                                        GRADE ELIMINATION.

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION RELOCATED

                                                                        WEST OF FORMER LOCATION IN

                                                                        SVC:  1/12/53.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE IN SVC: 

                                                                        12/14-18/53

 

MASSAPEQUA PARK     MONTAUK            ORIGINALLY EASTBOUND AND WEST-

                                                                        BOUND PLATFORMS ONLY.  IN SVC: 

                                                                        12/3/33 (G.O. 121-2)

                                                                   SHELTER SHED ON EACH PLAT-

                                                                        FORM ADDED:   ?  

                                                                   TRAILER INSTALLED AS TICKET

                                                                        OFC:  ?

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION ACCOUNT

                                                                        GRADE CROSSING ELIMINATION

                                                                        IN SVC:  12/21/77. OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        12/13/80 AND RAZED.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE IN SVC: 

                                                                        12/13/80.

                                                                  

MASTIC                          MONTAUK            BUILT: 1882 AS “FORGE”, RENAMED:

                                                                        1893. STATION STOP DISCONTIN-

                                                                        UED: 7/15/60. MOVED 7,010’

                                                                        WEST TO MASTIC-SHIRLEY. 

                                                                        RAZED: 8/60

 

MASTIC-SHIRLEY          MONTAUK            IN SERVICE: 7/15/60.  AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ?

 

MATAWOK                     MAIN LINE            SHELTER SHED OPENED: 6/25/22,

(FOREST HILLS WEST)                                    CLOSED AND DISCONTINUED AS

                                                                        STATION STOP: 7/1925

 

MATTITUCK                    MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT APPEARS ON TIMETABLE

                                                                        OF 6/14/1845. 

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1878, REMODELED:

                                                                        1944, AGENCY CLOSED: 1/59,

                                                                        RAZED: 7/67

                                                                   3RD DEPOT WITH HI-LEVEL PLAT-

                                                                        FORMS BUILT: 2000-01

 

MEADOWBROOK          CENTRAL EXT.     1ST DEPOT BUILT: ?, CLOSED: 6/1917

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 6/23/17,

                                                                        CLOSED: 1923

                                                                   3RD STATION OPENED: 1923 AS LOW,

                                                                        CINDER PLATFORM, CLOSED:

                                                                        c. 1939

 

MEADOWBOOK-            CENTRAL EXT.     LOW, CINDER PLATFORM OPENED:

ROOSEVELT RACEWAY                                  c. 1939 JUST WEST OF THE OLD

                                                                        MEADOWBROOK STATION SITE.

                                                                        IN USE FOR RACEWAY TRAINS.

                                                                        STOP DISCONTINUED: 1961

 

MEDFORD                     MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT OPENED: 6/26/1844

                                                                        WITH OPENING OF LIRR OUT TO

                                                                        TEMPORARY END-OF-TRACK AT

                                                                        CARMAN’S RIVER. BURNED:

                                                                        8/20/1863

                                                                   2ND (?) DEPOT BUILT: 1889 WITH

                                                                        ATTACHED AGENT’S QUARTERS.

                                                                        RAZED: 1940 WITH GRADE CROS-

                                                                        SING ELIMINATION OF RT. 112.

                                                                   3RD, ELEVATED DEPOT OPENED:

                                                                        11/9/40.  AGENCY CLOSED: 1958. 

                                                                        RAZED: 1964

                                                                   4TH, ELEVATED DEPOT WITH HI-LEVEL

                                                                        PLATFORMS BUILT: 2000-01

 

MELVILLE                      MAIN LINE            SEE: “PINELAWN”

 

MERILLON AVE.            MAIN LINE            BUILT: 1912.  AGENCY CLOSED:

                                                                        PRE-1950.  RAZED: 1958

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 4/58.  ONE-DAY

                                                                        AGENCY IN SVC:  EARLY 1970s. 

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED:   ?

 

MERRICK                       S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. SVC. BEGAN: 

                                      (MONTAUK)               10/28/1867.  HOTEL BUILT: 1869

                                                                        BY CHAS. FOX, PRES. OF SOUTH

                                                                        SIDE RAILROAD, TO ALSO SERVE

                                                                        AS STATION FOR HIS RAILROAD.

                                                                        (2-year gap??)

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1885

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1902, RAZED:

                                                                        6/69 WITH GRADE CROSSING

                                                                        ELIMINATION.

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION ACCOUNT

                                                                        GRADE CROSSING ELIMINATION

                                                                        IN SVC:  12/4/70. OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        6/28/75 AND RAZED.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE IN SVC:

                                                                        6/28/75.

 

METROPOLITAN AVE.    BUSHWICK          BUILT: ?  CLOSED WITH END OF

                                                                        PSGR. SVC: 5/13/24 AND RE-

                                                                        MOVED

 

METS-WILLETS POINT   PORT WASH.        FORMERLY SHEA STADIUM STA-

                                                                        TION.  RENAMED WITH CON-

                                                                        STRUCTION AND OPENING OF

                                                                        NEW “CITI FIELD” STADIUM.  IN

                                                                        SERVICE:   TIMETABLE EFFEC-

                                                                        TIVE 4/3/2009.

 

MILLER’S PLACE           WADING RIVER    BUILT: 1898, BURNED: 1902

(MILLER PLACE)               EXTENSION       2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1902, AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED c. 1928.  DEPOT

                                                                        BURNED: (1928 per Vincent Sey-

                                                                        fried, 10/1934 per Bob Emery)   

                                                                        THEREAFTER PLATFORM ONLY.

                                                                        LAST REVENUE TRAIN: 10/9/38. 

                                                                        OUT OF SVC: 3/29/39 WITH

                                                                        BRANCH ABANDONMENT

 

MILL NECK                    OYSTER BAY        ORIGINAL DEPOT OPENED:  11/1892

                                                                        ON E. SIDE OF SHU SWAMP TO

                                                                        REPLACE DISCONTINUED BAY-

                                                                        VILLE STATION ½ MILE FURTHER

                                                                        WEST. (per 11/3/1892 edition of

                                                                        “Brooklyn Daily Eagle” and John

                                                                        Hammond, Town of Oyster Bay

                                                                        official historian). DEPOT BURNED: 

                                                                        4/3/11.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 1912.  DEPOT

                                                                        BURNED: 1918.

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED:  1919 SLIGHT-

                                                                        LY E. OF PREVIOUS DEPOTS.  U.S.

                                                                        POST OFFICE BUILDING ADDED

                                                                        STRUCTURALLY TO EAST SIDE

                                                                        OF DEPOT BUILDING: 19 ? . 

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED: 1958. DISCON-

                                                                        TINUED AS STA. STOP: 3/16/98.

                                                                        STILL IN USE AS VILLAGE HALL

                                                                        AND U.S. POST OFFICE (2003).

 

MILLVILLE                     MAIN LINE            SEE:  “YAPHANK”

(MILLEVILLE)                                                 

 

MINEOLA                       MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT BUILT: c. 1837 AS

                                                                        “BRANCH” AND LATER “HEMP-

                                                                        STEAD BRANCH” WITH OPENING

                                                                        OF LIRR TO HICKSVILLE.   RENO-

                                                                        VATED: JUNE/1872

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: MAY-JUNE/1883,

                                                                        RAZED: 1923

                                                                   3RD, RELOCATED DEPOT IN SVC:

                                                                        9/22/23

 

MITCHELL FIELD           CENTRAL EXT.     WOODEN SHELTER SHED BUILT: ?

(MITCHEL FIELD)                                            DISCONTINUED AS STATION

                                                                        STOP: 5/15/53 WITH END OF

                                                                        PSGR. SERVICE ON BRANCH.

 

MONTAUK                      MONTAUK            BUILT: 1895, REMODELED TO 2ND

                                                                        STOREY: c. 1907, RAZED: 1927

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED PERPENDIC-

                                                                        ULAR TO END OF TRACK: 6/1/27,

                                                                        CLOSED: 2/42 WITH TRANSFER

                                                                        OF RAILROAD PROPERTY TO U.S.

                                                                        NAVY.

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED JUST SOUTH OF

                                                                        PRIOR LOCATION: SPRING /1942

                                                                        YEAR-ROUND AGENCY CLOSED:

                                                                        1/21/72. OPEN SUMMERS ONLY

                                                                        THEREAFTER. CLOSED PERMAN-

                                                                        ENTLY: 19 ? . IN USE AS STORE.

                                                                   4TH DEPOT WITH HI-LEVEL PLAT-

                                                                        FORMS OPENED: 2000-01.

 

MORICHES                    LIRR ORIG.          SEE: “EASTPORT”

                                      SAG HARBOR

 

MORRIS GROVE            ATLANTIC             EX-S. S.R.R. DEPOT AT BERLIN MOVED                                2 BLOCKS WEST  IN 1878 AND RE-

                                                                        NAMED “MORRIS GROVE.” LATER

                                                                        RENAMED “MORRIS PARK.” 

                                                                        CLOSED: 1886

 

MORRIS PARK               ATLANTIC             BUILT: 1886, OUT OF SVC: 11/1/39

                                                                        AND RAZED WHEN TRACKS PUT

                                                                        UNDERGROUND: 1939-40

 

MORRIS PARK SHOPS  MONTAUK            SEE: “SHOPS”

 

MURRAY HILL               PORT WASH.        BUILT: 1889-90, RAZED: 10/1912

                                                                   2ND, ELEVATED DEPOT OPENED:

                                                                        7/1914 (STATION BLDG. SPANNED

                                                                        DEPRESSED TRACKS) RAZED: 9/64

 

MYRTLE AVENUE          EVERGREEN        OPENED: 5/15/1878.  CLOSED:

                                                                        MAY/1882

 

MYRTLE AVENUE          BAY RIDGE/        OPENED: 1893. RAZED:  1914 AC-

                                      MAN. BEACH            ACOUNT GRADE CROSSING ELIM-

                                                                        INATION.

                                                                   2ND ELEVATED STATION (PLATFORM

                                                                        ONLY) IN SVC:  1914. DISCON-

                                                                        TINUED: 1924 WITH END OF PAS-

                                                                        SENGER SERVICE.  REMNANTS

                                                                        STILL VISIBLE AS LATE AS 1982.

 

NAPEAGUE BEACH       MONTAUK            BUILT: 1895, SHELTER SHED OPENED

                                                                        1924, RAZED: 12/5/27 AND DIS-

                                                                        CONTINUED AS STATION STOP.

 

NASSAU BLVD.              HEMPSTEAD        BUILT: 1907.  AGENCY CLOSED:  ?

(GARDEN CITY)                                               DEPOT REMODELED:  2005.

 

NAT’L RIFLE RANGE      CRR OF LI            SEE: “CREEDMOOR”    

                                      (CREEDMOOR)

 

NECK ROAD                  BAY RIDGE          OPENED: 1893, RAZED: 1909 WITH

                                                                        GRADE ELIMINATION

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 1909, CLOSED:

                                                                        1924 WITH BR. ABANDONMENT.

 

NEW BROOKLYN           ATLANTIC             EARLY STOP BETWEEN BEDFORD

                                                                        AND EAST NEW YORK.  APPEARS

                                                                        ON 1852 TIMETABLE ONLY.

 

NEW HYDE PARK          MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT BUILT:  c. 1837 AS “HYDE

                                                                        PARK” WITH OPENING OF LIRR TO

                                                                        HICKSVILLE.  RENAMED “NEW

                                                                        HYDE PARK.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1870, RAZED: SUM-

                                                                        MER/1947

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1947, REMODELED:

                                                                        c. 1990s, RAZED: 2002-2003

                                                                   4TH DEPOT BUILT: 2002-2003

 

NEWSDAY                      CENTRAL EXT.     OPENED: 6/49 TO SERVICE NEWS-

                                                                        DAY EMPLOYEES, CLOSED:

                                                                        5/15/53 WITH END OF PSGR.

                                                                        SERVICE ON BRANCH.

 

NEWTOWN                     NY & FLUSHING   APPEARS ON TIMETABLES OF 1863

                                                                        AND 1866 AS “NEWTOWN”

 

NEWTOWN                     PORT WASH.        SEE: “ELMHURST”

 

NEW YORK AVENUE      ATLANTIC R.T.      RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER TT, EFF.

(JAMAICA)                                                       6/24/1890.  OUT OF SVC:   ?.

                                                                        GONE BY 1905.

 

NORTHPORT                  PT. JEFFERSON   BUILT: MAY-JULY/1873, MOVED TO

(NORTHPORT EAST PER 1901 TT)                   PRIVATE LOCATION: 1927. RAZED:

(NEW NORTHPORT)                                         1959

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1927

                                                                   **FREIGHT STATION MOVED HERE

                                                                        IN PIECES FROM CAMP UPTON

                                                                        WHEN LIRR ENDED OPERATIONS

                                                                        THERE AFTER 4/1922

 

NORWOOD AVENUE      ATLANTIC R.T.      RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER TT, EFF.

(BROOKLYN)                                                   6/24/1890.  OUT OF SVC:  ETT

                                                                        OF 11/5/1905.

 

NOSTRAND AVE.           ATLANTIC &         1st DEPOT BUILT: 18 ?  (BRICK BLDG.)

(BROOKLYN)                  ATLANTIC R.T.           ALSO USED AS RAPID TRANSIT

                                                                        STOP PER ETT #11, EFF. 11/4/1878.

                                                                   ELEV. TRACKS IN SVC: 11/21/1903

                                                                        DEPOT AT STREET LEVEL IN USE.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT (AT TRACK LEVEL) IN SVC:

                                                                        8/29/1905

 

NOYACK ROAD              SAG HARBOR      IN SVC: 1906 AS “LANG’S CORNER”

                                                                        (Per “East Hampton Star” via Richard

                                                                        Makse)  RENAMED 19 ? . SHELTER

                                                                        SHED BUILT: 1922.  OUT OF SVC: 

                                                                        5/3/39 AND RAZED WITH BRANCH

                                                                        ABANDONMENT.

 

OAKDALE                      S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. DEPOT BUILT: 1868.

                                      (MONTAUK)               RAZED: 1890

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 12/1890.  AGEN-

                                                                        CY CLOSED:   ?

 

OCEAN AVE.                  BAY RIDGE          OPENED: 1877, CLOSED: 1924 WITH (MAN. BCH. JCT.)                                                                          ABANDONMENT OF MAN. BCH. BR.

 

OCEAN POINT                S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. (SEE: “CEDAR-

                                                                        HURST”) 

 

OCEANSIDE                   LONG BEACH      OPENED: 5/1/15, BURNED: c. 1958-59

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1959, RAZED:

                                                                        SUMMER/2002

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED: 2/26/2003

 

OLD NORTHPORT          OLD NORTHPT.    BUILT: JAN-MAR/1868, ABANDONED:

                                                                        10/17/1899

 

OYSTER BAY                  OYSTER BAY        BUILT: 6/25/1889, EXTENSIVELY

                                                                        REMODELED: 1902, COVERED

                                                                        PLATFORMS REMOVED: 1941,

                                                                        CLOSED: c. 1988. UNDER RENO-

                                                                        VATION FOR RESTORATION TO

                                                                        1902 REMODEL FOR MUSEUM

                                                                        HISTORICAL SITE (2003)

 

OZONE PARK                 ROCK. BCH.         BUILT: 1884.  WESTWARD STATION

                                                                        FACILITIES OUT OF SVC: 5/5/30

                                                                        ACCOUNT GRADE CROSSING ELIM-

                                                                        INATION.

                                                                   TEMPORARY LOW LEVEL PLATFORM

                                                                        NORTH OF NEW TRACK 1 AND 800’

                                                                        EAST OF FORMER LOCATION IN

                                                                        SVC:  5/5/30.

                                                                   2ND, ELEVATED STATION IN SVC: 

                                                                        12/15/30.  EASTWARD FACILITIES

                                                                        RELOCATED NORTH OF FORMER

                                                                        LOCATION.  WESTWARD FACILITIES

                                                                        RELOCATED SOUTH OF FORMER

                                                                        LOCATION.                        

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE BUILT:

                                                                        1930-31, CLOSED AND DISCON-

                                                                        TINUED AS STATION STOP: 

                                                                        6/8/62.  BRANCH ABANDONED:

                                                                        6/9/62. STILL STANDING: 2003

 

PARKSIDE                     ROCK. BCH.         OPENED: 9/15/27 AS REPLACEMENT

                                                                        FOR GLENDALE STATION ON MTK.

                                                                        BR. CALLED “GLENDALE” ON G.O.

                                                                        #118 WHEN PLACED IN SVC.  OUT

                                                                        OF SVC: 10/29/58.            LOW PLAT-

                                                                        FORM IN SVC:  10/29/58.           DISCON-

                                                                        TINUED AS STATION STOP:  6/8/62. 

                                                                        BRANCH ABANDONED: 6/9/62

 

PARKVILLE                    MANH’T’N BCH.   OPENED: 7/1877.  CLOSED AFTER

                                                                        THE SUMMER OF 1897.

 

PATCHOGUE                  S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. NEW TERMINAL IN SVC:

                                      (MONTAUK)               4/1869.  220’ LONG 2-STALL TRAIN

                                                                        SHED / DEPOT OPENED: 8/1869.

                                                                        RAZED: 1888.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: SUMMER/1888,

                                                                        RAZED: 5/16/63

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED: 7/30/63,

                                                                        COVERED, HI-LEVEL PLATFORMS

                                                                        ADDED:           1997

 

 

PEARSALL’S CORNER   S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R.  (SEE: “LYNBROOK”)

(PEARSALL’S)                (MONTAUK)

 

PECONIC                       MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT APPEARS ON TIMETABLE

                                                                        OF 5/1/1848 AS “HERMITAGE.” 

                                                                        RENAMED “PECONIC”.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 8/1876, RAZED:

                                                                        4/42

                                                                   SHELTER SHED BUILT: 1942. RAZED:

                                                                         ? . DISCONTINUED AS STATION

                                                                        STOP: c. 1970

 

PENNSYLVANIA STA.     NEW YORK CITY   JOINT TERMINAL OF THE PENNSYL-

                                                                        VANIA AND LONG ISLAND RAIL-

                                                                        ROADS. OPENED:  9/11/1910. 

                                                                        CONCOURSE OPEN TO TRACKS

                                                                        AND PLATFORMS BELOW.  RENO-

                                                                        VATED:   ?  TO CLOSE THIS AREA

                                                                        AND PROVIDE MORE WAITING

                                                                        ROOM SPACE.  UPPER STRUCTURE

                                                                        DEMOLISHED:  1964 AND RE-

                                                                        PLACED BY MADISON SQUARE

                                                                        GARDEN AND OFFICE BLDG.  LOW-

                                                                        ER PORTION COMPLETELY RENO-

                                                                        VATED: 1994

 

PENNY BRIDGE             FLUSHING R.R.    OPENED: 1854.  ABANDONED:  1869

                                      NY & FLUSHING

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE

 

PENNY BRIDGE             MONTAUK            SHELTER SHED BUILT: 1902

                                                                   2ND SHELTER SHED BUILT: 1921,

                                                                        CLOSED: 3/16/98 AND DISCON-

                                                                        TINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        3/16/98

 

PILGRIM STATE             SPUR OFF            COVERED PLATFORM OPENED AFTER

    HOSPITAL                  MAIN LINE                1931.  DISCONTINUED AS STATION

                                                                        STOP: 5/21/78. STILL STANDING:                           2005 BUT HEAVILY OVERGROWN.

 

PINEAIRE                       MAIN LINE            BUILT: 1915, RAZED: 6/62, DIS-

                                                                        CONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        10/86

 

PINELAWN                     MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT OPENED: c. 1895-1897 AS

                                                                        “MELVILLE” ON N.E. SIDE OF

                                                                        WELLWOOD AVENUE.  LISTED ON

                                                                        TIMETABLES AS FLAG STOP.

                                                                        THEN AS “PINELAWN (MELVILLE)”

                                                                        IN TIMETABLE OF JUNE, 1898.

                                                                        LISTED AS “PINELAWN” IN TIME-

                                                                        TABLE OF 1899.

                                                                   2nd  DEPOT BUILT: 1915, CLOSED:

                                                                        1925 AND RELOCATED TO S.E.

                                                                        SIDE OF WELLWOOD AVENUE.

                                                                        OPENED AT NEW LOCATION: 1925.

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED: 19 ? . GREATLY

                                                                        REMODELED: 6/79 AND REOPEN-

                                                                        ED AS SHELTER ONLY.

 

PINELAWN CEMETERY  MAIN LINE            OPENED: 8/30/1904 WITH FANCY

                                                                        TICKET OFFICE LOCATED IN THE

                                                                        MAIN LOBBY. IT WAS SAID THE

                                                                        OFFICE WAS NEVER PUT IN SVC.

                                                                        BUILDING REMAINED IN SERVICE

                                                                        FOR CEMETERY BUSINESS UNTIL

                                                                        IT WAS DESTROYED BY FIRE IN

                                                                        4/1928. WALLS STILL STANDING IN

                                                                        1960. ARCHED ENTRANCE STILL

                                                                        STANDING UNTIL ELECTRIFICA-

                                                                        TION PROJECT BEGAN IN 1985.

 

PINELAWN-MELVILLE   MAIN LINE            SEE:  “PINELAWN”

 

PLAINFIELD                   MAIN LINE           EXISTS ON MAPS BETWEEN 1873 AND

                                                                       1878 EAST OF CARNATION AVE.

                                                                       AT PRESENT-DAY FLORAL PARK

                                                                       DOES NOT APPEAR ON 1874, 1877

                                                                       OR 1878 LIRR TIMETABLES.

                                                                  

PLANDOME                   PORT WASH.        BUILT: 1909, BURNED: 1987

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1987.  AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ?

 

PLAYLAND                     ROCK. BCH.         (SEE: “STEEPLECHASE”) RENAMED

                                                                        “PLAYLAND”: 5/15/33

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED:

                                                                        1942.  OUT OF SVC:  10/3/55.

 

PORT JEFFERSON         PT. JEFFERSON   OPENED: 1/1873, BURNED: 2/1/1874

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 6/1875, CLOSED:

                                                                        1903 AND USED AS YARD BLDG,

                                                                        RAZED:  4/1963

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED: 7/25/03, RE-

                                                                        MODELED: 1968.  STATION FACIL-

                                                                        ITIES TEMPORARILY OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        4/18/88. 

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION FACILITIES 75’

                                                                        WEST OF MAIN ST. IN SVC: 

                                                                        4/25/88. 

                                                                   MAIN BUILDING BACK IN SVC:   ?

                                                                        RESTORED TO ORIGINAL ARCHI-

                                                                        TECTURE: 2000-01

 

PORT WASHINGTON      PORT WASH.        BUILT: 1898, REMODELED WITH

                                                                        BRICK FACING: 1930

 

PROMISED LAND          MONTAUK            PLATFORM ONLY OPENED: 1924,

                                                                        CLOSED: 12/31/28

 

QUEENS                        MAIN LINE            SEE: “QUEENS VILLAGE”

 

QUEENS VILLAGE         MAIN LINE            OPENED: 10/1881 AS “QUEENS”,

                                                                        MOVED TO PRIVATE LOCATION:

                                                                        1924 WITH GRADE ELIMINATION.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED:

                                                                        9/20/1924 (per official dedication

                                                                        invitation) AS “QUEENS VILLAGE.”

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED:   ?

 

QUEENSWATER             LONG BEACH      OPENED: ?, CLOSED: 6/36

 

QUOGUE                        MONTAUK            BUILT: 6/1875

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1882, MOVED TO

                                                                        PRIVATE LOCATION: 1905

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT; 1905, AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED: 1958, RAZED: 4/64

                                                                   DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        3/16/98

 

RAILROAD AVENUE      ATLANTIC             SEE: “AUTUMN AVENUE.”

 

RALPH AVENUE             ATLANTIC R.T.      RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER ETT #11,

(BROOKLYN)                                                   EFF. 11/4/1878

 

RAMBLERSVILLE          ROCK. BCH.         OPENED: ?  CLOSED: 1913

 

THE RAUNT                    ROCK. BCH.         OPENED: 1900. OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        5/23/50 WITH ABANDONMENT

                                                                        OF JAMAICA BAY TRESTLE AFTER

                                                                        FIRE OF 1950.

 

REGO PARK                   MAIN LINE            OPENED: 5/1928.  OUT OF SVC:  

                                 (FOR ROCK BCH)           10/29/58.  LOW PLATFORMS IN

                                                                        SVC:  10/29/58. DISCONTINUED

                                                                       AS STATION STOP:  6/8/62.

                                                                      BRANCH ABANDONED: 6/9/62.

 

REPUBLIC                      MAIN LINE            WOODEN SHELTER SHEDS OPENED:

                                                                        12/9/40 TO SERVICE EMPLOYEES

                                                                        OF REPUBLIC AVIATION. DISCONT-

                                                                        INUED AS STATION STOP DURING

                                                                        RONKONKOMA ELECTRIFICATION

                                                                        PROJECT AND DROPPED FROM

                                                                        JULY, 1987 TIMETABLE.

 

RICHMOND HILL           S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. DEPOT BUILT: APR/MAY,

                                      (MONTAUK)               1869 AS “CLARENCEVILLE.”  USED

                                                                        AS CHAPEL ON SUNDAYS BEGIN-

                                                                        NING 7/25/1869.  RENAMED “RICH-

                                                                        MOND HILL”: OCT/NOV,  1871. 

                                                                        RAZED DUE TO GRADE CROSSING

                                                                        ELIMINATION AT JAMAICA AVENUE:

                                                                        1923-24

                                                                   2ND, ELEVATED DEPOT BUILT: 1923-24.

                                                                        IN SVC;  6/18/24.  CLOSED: ?,

                                                                        DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        3/16/98

 

RIDGEWOOD                 S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. (SEE: “WANTAGH”)

                                      (MONTAUK)

 

RIDGEWOOD                 MONTAUK            OPENED: 6/2/1883, CLOSED: 1924

 

RIDGEWOOD                 EVERGREEN        OPENED: 7/14/1878 AS DeKALB

                                                                        AVENUE.  CHANGED TO RIDGE-

                                                                        WOOD: 6/1882.  CLOSED WITH

                                                                        END OF PSGR. SVC:  1894

 

RIVERHEAD                   MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT APPEARS ON TIMETABLE

                                                                        OF 6/14/1845.  MOVED FOR USE

                                                                        AS RAILROAD BUNKHOUSE: 3/1870

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 3/1870

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED: 6/2/10. AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED: 11/13/72. HOUSED SIG-

                                                                        NAL MAINTAINERS UNTIL DEPOT

                                                                        WAS RESTORED AND OWNERSHIP

                                                                        TRANSFERRED TO THE TOWN OF

                                                                        RIVERHEAD: c. 2001

                                                                   4TH DEPOT WITH HI-LEVEL PLAT-

                                                                        FORMS BUILT: 2000-01

 

ROCHESTER AVENUE   ATLANTIC R.T.      RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER ETT #11,

(BROOKLYN)                                                   EFF. 11/4/1878

 

ROCKAWAY AVENUE     ATLANTIC R.T.      RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER ETT #11,

(BROOKLYN)                                                   EFF. 11/4/1878

 

ROCKAWAY JCT.           MAIN LINE &        BUILT: c. 1890.  ALSO USED AS

(HILLSIDE)                     ATLANTIC R.T.           RAPID TRANSIT STOP FOR

                                                                        ATLANTIC BRANCH PER TT, EFF:

                                                                        6/24/1890.  RAZED: 1905-06 FOR

                                                                        CONSTRUCTION OF HOLBAN YD.

 

ROCKAWAY PARK         ROCK. BCH.         BUILT: APR-MAY/1882, RAZED: 1917

  (BEACH 116TH ST.)                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: SPRING/1917,

                                                                        TRANSFERRED TO TA OWNERSHIP:

                                                                        10/3/55

 

ROCKVILLE CENTRE     S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R.R. DEPOT OPENED: 

                                      (MONTAUK)               10/28/1867.  REMODELED: 7/1881,

                                                                        MOVED TO PRIVATE LOCATION:

                                                                        1901, RAZED: 2004

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 10/14/1901,

                                                                        RAZED: 3/49 WITH GRADE ELIM-

                                                                        INATION.

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION FACILITIES

                                                                        RELOCATED S. AND EAST OF

                                                                        FORMER LOCATION:  4/19-22/49

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE IN SVC: 

                                                                        7/17-18/50

                                                                       

ROCKY POINT                WADING RIVER    BUILT: 1895. LARGE, COVERED PLAT-

                                         EXTENSION           FORM SHEDS ADDED:  1928 TO

                                                                        HANDLE CROWDS THAT ARRIVED

                                                                        WHEN BUILDING LOTS WERE

                                                                        BEING SOLD CHEAPLY BY THE

                                                                        “NEW YORK DAILY MIRROR.” AGEN-

                                                                        CY CLOSED: c. 1929.  LAST REV-

                                                                        ENUE TRAIN: 10/9/38.  OUT OF

                                                                        SVC:  3/29/39 WITH BRANCH

                                                                        ABANDONMENT. MOVED SLIGHT-

                                                                        LY EAST FOR USE AS PART OF

                                                                        THURBER LUMBER CO.  STILL

                                                                        STANDING: 2006

 

RONKONKOMA             MAIN LINE            ORIGINAL LAKELAND DEPOT RAZED:

(LAKE RONKONKOMA)                                   1883

                                                                   2ND,   RELOCATED DEPOT OPENED:

                                                                        1883, TO SERVICE BOTH COM-

                                                                        MUNITIES.  BURNED: 1934

                                                                   3RD,  TEMPORARY, RECTANGULAR

                                                                        ONE-STOREY BUILDING WITH

                                                                        GABLE ROOF IN SVC: 1934-1937.

                                                                   4TH DEPOT OPENED: 9/37, CLOSED

                                                                        WITH ELECTRIFICATION OF LINE:

                                                                        1987 AND USED FOR STORAGE.

                                                                        RAZED: 1994 WHEN PARKING LOT

                                                                        WAS REBUILT AND EXTENDED W.

                                                                   5TH DEPOT RELOCATED 300’ EAST

                                                                        OF FORMER LOCATION WITH HI-

                                                                        LEVEL CENTER ISLAND PLAT-

                                                                        FORM AND TEMPORARY TICKET

                                                                        AGENCY IN SVC: 11/16/87. 

                                                                        ADD’L OUTER PLATFORMS

                                                                        ADDED:  1993.  MULTI-LEVEL

                                                                        PARKING GARAGE OPENED: 1996.

                                                                        PERMANENT TICKET OFFICE IN

                                                                        SERVICE: 1998.

 

ROOSEVELT RACEWAY    CENT. EXT.        SEE “MEADOWBROOK-ROOSEVELT

                                                                        RACEWAY”

 

ROOSEVELT ST.            S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. WESTERN TERMINUS. 

                                                                        BUILT: c. 1868-69.  ACCESSED

                                                                        EAST RIVER FERRY.

 

ROSEDALE                    S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. SVC. BEGAN: 

                                      (ATLANTIC)                10/28/1867 AS “FOSTER’S MEAD-

                                                                        OW.”  DEPOT BUILT: 7/1871 (4-year

                                                                        gap??)  OUT OF SVC:  1889.  MAY

                                                                        HAVE BEEN USED AS FREIGHT

                                                                        HOUSE FOR 2ND DEPOT.  RAZED:  ?

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1889. RENAMED

                                                                        “ROSEDALE”: 1892.  EASTBOUND

                                                                        FACILITIES RELOCATED S. OF

                                                                        FORMER LOCATION:  11/26/41. 

                                                                        RELOCATED N. AGAIN:  3/10/42

                                                                        WITH CANCELLATION OF PROJ-

                                                                        ECT.  ALL FACILITIES AGAIN RE-

                                                                        RELOCATED S. OF FORMER LOC-

                                                                        ATION: 11/16-18/48 DUE TO

                                                                        GRADE ELIMINATION PROJECT. 

                                                                        DEPOT RAZED: 11/48.

                                                                   TEMPORARY FACILITIES IN SVC.

                                                                        SOUTH OF FORMER LOCATION:

                                                                        11/16-18/48

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED

                                                                        WESTBOUND: 10/31/50, EAST-

                                                                        BOUND: 11/27/50

 

ROSLYN                         OYSTER BAY        OPENED: 1/23/1865, REMODELED

                                                                        AND MOVED: SUMMER/1885 TO

                                                                        ACCOMMODATE A NEW FREIGHT

                                                                        STATION

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: JUNE-JULY/1887.

                                                                        DEPOT BUILDING MOVED TO W.

                                                                        SIDE OF LINCOLN AVE. (N. SIDE

                                                                        OF TRACKS) TO IMPROVE VISIBIL-

                                                                        ITY OF ROADWAY TRAFFIC:  1988.

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED:   ?

 

RUGBY                           BAY RIDGE          BUILT: 1888 (AS FORD’S CORNERS),

                                                                        CLOSED: 1902 DUE TO GRADE

                                                                        ELIMINATION.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT (SHELTER SHED) BUILT:

                                                                        6/12/1902, BURNED: 11/10/19,

                                                                       CLOSED: 1924 WITH LINE ABAND-

                                                                        ONMENT

 

SAG HARBOR                SAG HARBOR      OPENED: 1/1871, PERPENDICULAR

                                                                        TO END OF TRACK, MOVED:

                                                                        2/1871, BURNED: 11/1873

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1873, MOVED TO

                                                                        S. SIDE OF TRACKS: 1902, UNDER

                                                                        RENOVATION 10/1908, WHEN

                                                                        MONEY FOR NEW DEPOT WAS

                                                                        DONATED. USED AS FREIGHT /

                                                                        STORAGE BLDG FOR 3RD STATION.

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1910, AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED: 1932.  OUT OF SVC: 

                                                                        5/3/39 WITH BRANCH ABAND-

                                                                        ONMENT: 5/3/39. USED AS PRI-

                                                                        VATE BUSINESS, RAZED: 1966

                                                                   **EXPRESS HOUSE BUILT: 1900.  IN

                                                                        USE AS PRIVATE BUSINESS: 2003

 

SALISBURY PLAINS       CENTRAL EXT.     WOODEN SHELTER SHED BUILT:

                                                                        c. 1916.  USED TO STORE LUMBER

                                                                        DURING           CONSTRUCTION OF 2ND

                                                                        DEPOT.  RAZED: 1923 (?)

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 12/10/23,

                                                                        CLOSED: c. 1940. TRACKS RE-

                                                                        MOVED: 1956. DEPOT PRIVATELY

                                                                        OWNED.  RAZED: c. 1990s

 

SAYVILLE                       S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. DEPOT BUILT: 1868.

                                      (MONTAUK)               TERMINUS UNTIL 4/1869 WHEN

                                                                        LINE EXTENDED TO PATCHOGUE.

                                                                        RAZED: 1906

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 8/3/1906,

                                                                        RENOVATED: c. 2001.  AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ?

 

SCHENECTADY AVE.     ATLANTIC R.T.      RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER ETT #11,

(BROOKLYN)                                                   EFF. 11/4/1878

 

SEA CLIFF                     OYSTER BAY        OPENED: 5/16/1867

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 5/1888.  AGEN-

                                                                        CY CLOSED:   ?  PORTION OF

                                                                        EASTWARD STATION FACILITIES                             W. OF SEA CLIFF AVE. OUT OF

                                                                        SVC. AND REMOVED:  12/16/83.

 

SEAFORD                      MONTAUK            OPENED: 5/26/1899, RAZED:

                                                                        4/15/66 WITH GRADE CROSSING

                                                                        ELIMINATION.

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION ACCOUNT

                                                                        GRADE CROSSING ELIMINATION

                                                                        IN SVC:  8/24/66. OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        10/22/68 AND RAZED.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE IN SVC:

                                                                        10/22/68.

                                                                   TRACK LEVEL WAITING ROOMS,

                                                                        PLATFORMS REMOVED AND

                                                                        REPLACED:  MAR./APR., 2008.

 

SEASIDE                        ROCK. BCH.         BUILT: 1880 AT BEACH 102ND ST.

(BEACH 103RD ST.)                                     2ND DEPOT BLDG. ACQUIRED AT

                                                                        BEACH 104TH ST.: APR/1888,

                                                                        BURNED: 9/20/1892

                                                                   3RD DEPOT  BUILT: 1892, BURNED:

                                                                        8/29/1893

                                                                   4TH DEPOT BUILT: 1894, RENOVATED:

                                                                        APR-MAY/1899, RAZED: 1941

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED:

                                                                      1942. TRANSFERRED TO TA        

                                                                        OWNERSHIP: 10/3/55

 

SETAUKET                     PT. JEFFERSON   FREIGHT STATION BUILT: 2/1877 AND

                                                                        USED AS DEPOT.

                                                                   ACTUAL DEPOT BUILT: JAN-FEB/1883,

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED:   ?  . RAZED:

                                                                        10/3/60.  DISCONTINUED AS

                                                                        STATION STOP: c. 1980

 

SHEA STADIUM             PORT WASH.        PREVIOUSLY “WORLD’S FAIR” STA-

                                                                        TION OF 1964-65 N. Y. WORLD’S

                                                                        FAIR- FLUSHING MEADOWS – 1964

                                                                        RENAMED “SHEA STADIUM”:

                                                                        4/15/66.  NO AGENCY.  FLASHING

                                                                        YELLOW LIGHT MOUNTED ON SIG-

                                                                        NAL MASTS TO INDICATED STOP

                                                                        TO BE MADE IN SVC:  3/21/88.

                                                                        OUT OF SERVICE:  END OF BASE-

                                                                        BALL SEASON:  SEPTEMBER 29,

                                                                        2008.  SHEA STADIUM TORN

                                                                        DOWN AND REPLACED WITH NEW

                                                                        “CITI FIELD” STADIUM AND STA-

                                                                        TION STOP RENAMED “METS-

                                                                        WILLETS POINT.”

 

SHEEPSHEAD BAY        MANH’T’N BCH.   OPENED: 1877

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: JULY-AUG/1884,

                                                                        RAZED: 1909 WITH GRADE ELIM-

                                                                        INATION

                                                                   3RD DEPOT OPENED: 1909, CLOSED:

                                                                        1924 WITH BRANCH ABANDON-

                                                                        MENT

 

SHINNECOCK HILLS     MONTAUK            BUILT: APR-MAY/1887, CLOSED: 9/32,

                                                                        USED AS U.S. POST OFFICE.  NOW

                                                                        PRIVATE RESIDENCE.  STILL

                                                                        STANDING: 2003

 

SHINNECOCK HILLS: 2    MONTAUK         FORMER SITE OF “SOUTHAMPTON

                                                                        COLLEGE” STATION.  TEMPORARY

                                                                        PLATFORMS AND PEDESTRIAN

                                                                        CROSSOVERS IN SERVICE:  6, 2004

                                                                        FOR SERVICE TO U. S. OPEN.

                                                                        LISTED ON SPECIAL TIMETABLES

                                                                        AS “SHINNECOCK HILLS.”

 

SHOPS (L.I.R.R. SHOPS)                               MONTAUK         SHELTER SHED BUILT: c. 1900 FOR

(MORRIS PARK SHOPS)                                       LIRR SHOP EMPLOYEES, WHEN

                                                                        MONTAUK BRANCH WAS AT

                                                                        GRADE.  LOCATED APPROXIMATE-

                                                                        LY OPPOSITE THE FORMER SITE

                                                                        OF “R” TOWER AT LATTER-DAY

                                                                        RICHMOND HILL STORAGE YARD. 

                                                                        NO LONGER LISTED IN 5/1913 ETT.

 

SHOREHAM                   WADING RIVER    BUILT: 1895 AS “WARDENCLYFFE.”

                                         EXTENSION            ON WEST SIDE OF NORTH COUNT-

                                                                        RY ROAD CROSSING.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1902, ON EAST

                                                                        SIDE OF NORTH COUNTRY ROAD

                                                                        CROSSING, .2 MILES EAST OF

                                                                        FORMER LOCATION.  RENAMED

                                                                        “SHOREHAM”: 1906. AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED: 1935. DEPOT CLOSED

                                                                        WITH LAST REVENUE TRAIN: 

                                                                        10/9/38.  OUT OF SVC: 3/29/39

                                                                        WITH BRANCH ABANDONMENT.

                                                                        (Per Vincent Seyfried: used as real

                                                                        estate office  and razed: 1950.  Per

                                                                        Bob Emery, with photographic proof,

                                                                        building remained abandoned and

                                                                        was repeatedly vandalized for lumb-

                                                                        er as late as 12/1944. Demolished

                                                                        in 1950.) 

 

SMITHTOWN                  PT. JEFFERSON   BUILT: NOV-DEC/1872, CLOSED:

                                                                        11/6/36, WITH GRADE CROSSING

                                                                        ELIMINATION OF ROUTES 25 AND

                                                                        25A.  MOVED TO PRIVATE LOCA-

                                                                        TION: EARLY IN 1937.

                                                                   2ND, ELEVATED DEPOT IN SVC:

                                                                        2/18/37.  REMODELED: 1987 WITH

                                                                        HI-LEVEL PLATFORM INSTALLA-

                                                                        TION.  AGENCY CLOSED:   ?

 

SOUTHAMPTON             MONTAUK            OPENED: 2/1871, RAZED: 1902

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1902.  FULL-TIME

                                                                        AGENCY CLOSED:   ? .  SUNDAY

                                                                        AGENCY ONLY:  2005.

 

S’HAMPTON COLLEGE  MONTAUK            OPENED: 5/24/76 AT OLD “GOLF

(S’HAMPTON CAMPUS)                                   GROUNDS” STATION SITE, 528’

                                                                        WEST OF MP86. DISCONTINUED

                                                                        AS STATION STOP AND REMOVED:

                                                                        3/16/98.  REOPENED IN TEMP-

                                                                        ORARY SVC:  6/2004 WITH TEMP-

                                                                        ORARY PLATFORMS AND PEDES-

                                                                        TRIAN CROSSOVERS FOR U. S.

                                                                        OPEN.  LISTED ON SPECIAL

                                                                        TIMETABLES AS “SHINNECOCK

                                                                        HILLS.”

 

SOUTHOLD                    MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT APPEARS ON TIMETABLE

                                                                        OF 6/14/1845.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 1/1870, AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED: 1958, RAZED: 6/62

                                                                   3RD DEPOT WITH HI-LEVEL PLAT-

                                                                        FORMS BUILT: 2000-01

 

SOUTH 8TH STREET       S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. DEPOT: WILLIAMSBURG,

                                                                        BROOKLYN.  BUILT: 1868.

 

SO. FARMINGDALE       CRR OF LI            CRR OF LI STATION STOP: FIRST

                                      (CENTRAL)                LISTED ON TIMETABLE OF 5/1873

                                                                        AS “FARMINGDALE” ON EAST SIDE

                                                                        OF MAIN STREET.  DEPOT BUILT

                                                                        8-9/1873. LAST LISTED ON TIME-

                                                                        TABLE OF 3/1875. 

 

SO. FARMINGDALE       CENTRAL             STATION STOP IN SERVICE AND

                                                                        SHELTER SHED BUILT: 6/1936. 

                                                                        RAZED AND DISCONTINUED AS

                                                                        STATION STOP: 1974

 

SOUTH GREENFIELD    MANH’T’N BCH.   OPENED: 1877, RAZED: 1909 DUE TO

                                                                        GRADE ELIMINATION.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 1909, CLOSED:

                                                                        1924 WITH BRANCH ABANDON-

                                                                        MENT

 

SOUTH OYSTER BAY     S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. SVC. BEGAN: 

(MASSAPEQUA)             (MONTAUK)               10/28/1867.  DEPOT BUILT. DIS-

                                                                        CONTINUED AS STATION STOP

                                                                        AND ABANDONED: c. 1890

 

SOUTH SIDE R.R.          EVERGREEN        OPENED: 5/15/1878 AT THE CROSS-

     CROSSING                                                 SING OF THE BUSHWICK BRANCH.

                                                                        CLOSED:  5/25/1881.  REOPENED:

                                                                        6/1886 WHEN SERVICE STARTED

                                                                        OUT OF BUSHWICK TERMINAL AS

                                                                        A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE GREEN-

                                                                        POINT ABANDONMENT. CLOSED:

                                                                        AT END OF 1890 SEASON.

 

SOUTH SIDE R.R.          S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. DEPOT.  APPEARS ON

    CROSSING                 (ATLANTIC)                TIMETABLES OF 1867 AS “VAN

                                                                        WYCK AVENUE.”  RENAMED

                                                                        “SOUTH SIDE R. R. CROSSING”:

                                                                        10/1870.  LAST LIST ED: 11/1874. 

                                                                        REAPPEARED ON TIMETABLES OF

                                                                        7/1877 AS “BERLIN SWITCH.” (One

                                                                        and the same as “BERLIN”(??)  D.K.)

 

SOUTH STREET             ATLANTIC             OPENED: 11/15/17, DISCONTINUED

(JAMAICA)                                                       AS STATION  STOP: 6/1922 AND

                                                                        RAZED

 

SPEONK                         MONTAUK            BUILT: 2/1870, BURNED: 6/22/1901

                                                                   2ND  DEPOT OPENED: 12/1901,

                                                                        AGENCY AND DEPOT CLOSED:

                                                                        1958. IN USE AS SNACK BAR. STILL

                                                                        STANDING: 2003

                                                                   3RD, RELOCATED DEPOT WITH HI-

                                                                        LEVEL PLATFORMS BUILT: 2000-01

 

SPRINGFIELD                S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. SVC. BEGAN: 

                                      (ATLANTIC)                10/28/67.  DEPOT BUILT: AUGUST

                                                                        SEPT/1871 (4-year gap??). MOVED

                                                                        TO LAURELTON: 8/1876.  RAZED:

                                                                        1906.

 

SPRINGFIELD                MONTAUK            BUILT: 1889 AS SPRINGFIELD.  LIST-

(SPRINGFIELD GDNS.)  (SPRINGFIELD)         ED AS SPRINGFIELD GARDENS

                                                                        IN ETT OF 10/1927.  RAZED: 1935

                                                                        WITH GRADE ELIMINATION.

                                                                   TEMPORARY STRUCTURE IN SVC:

                                                                        5/1/35. 

                                                                   ELEV. STRUCTURE IN SVC: 7/24/36

                                                                        DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        10/30/79.

 

ST. ALBANS                   MONTAUK            OPENED: 7/1/1898, RAZED: 1935

                                      (SPRINGFIELD)         WITH GRADE ELIMINATION

                                                                   ELEV. STRUCTURE IN SVC: 10/22-

                                                                        10/23/35.  AGENCY CLOSED:  ?

 

ST. JAMES                     PT. JEFFERSON   OPENED: 10/1873, RESTORED: 1964,

                                                                        AGAIN RESTORED: 1997. AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ?

 

ST. GEORGE’S MANOR   MAIN LINE          SEE: “MANOR” AND “MANORVILLE”

 

ST. JOHNSLAND           PT. JEFFERSON   SEE “KINGS PARK”

 

STEEPLECHASE            ROCK. BCH.         OPENED: APR/1903, RENAMED

                                                                        “PLAYLAND”: 5/15/33, RAZED:

                                                                        1941 WITH GRADE ELIMINATION

 

STEWART AVE.              N.Y. BAY EXT       GARDEN CITY, NORTH OF HEMP-

                                                                        STEAD CROSSING.  LOW WOODEN

                                                                        PLATFORM AND SHELTER SHED IN

                                                                        USE FOR LIRR’S SHUTTLE WITH

                                                                        BATTERY CARS.  OUT OF SVC: 

                                                                        5/19/26 WHEN ELECTRIFICATION

                                                                        COMPLETED BETWEEN VALLEY

                                                                        STREAM AND MINEOLA AND

                                                                        BRANCH RENAMED “WEST HEMP-

                                                                        STEAD”

 

STEWART JCT.               MAIN LINE            SEE: “FLORAL PARK”

 

STEWART MANOR         HEMPSTEAD        BUILT: 1909.  AGENCY CLOSED:  ? .

                                                                        REMODELED: 2006

 

STONY BROOK              PT. JEFFERSON   BUILT: 1873, GREATLY REMODELED:

                                                                        1917. AGENCY CLOSED:   ?

 

STRAITON AVE.             FAR ROCK.          ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED:

(ARVERNE)                                                      4/10/42. TRANSFERRED TO TA

                                                                        OWNERSHIP: 10/3/55

 

SUFFOLK STA.               MAIN LINE            OPENED: 7/14/1842 AT ISLIP AVE.,

                                                                        CLOSED: 1873 WHEN NEW STA-

                                                                        TION OPENED FURTHER EAST AT

                                                                        CENTRAL ISLIP.

 

SUFFOLK DOWNS         MONTAUK            BUILT: 1907, CLOSED: 1921. PUR-

                                                                        CHASED BY LIRR BLOCK OPR.

                                                                        JAMES V. OSBORNE AND MOVED

                                                                        TO PRIVATE LOCATION ON PEC-

                                                                        ONIC BAY: 2/6/23. DISCONTIN-

                                                                        UED AS STATION STOP: 1927.

 

SYOSSET                       PT. JEFFERSON   BUILT: 1872 AT LOCKWOOD’S GROVE,

                                                                        FAR ROCKAWAY, MOVED: 9/1877,

                                                                        GREATLY REMODELED: 1944,

                                                                        RAZED: 1948

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1948

 

THOMPSON’S STA.        MAIN LINE            PRIVATE HOME WHERE SAGTIKOS

(THOMPSONS)                                                 PKY NOW INTERSECTS THE LIRR.

                                                                        SERVED AS DEPOT, INN AND GEN-

                                                                        ERAL STORE: OPENED: 6/24/1842

                                                                        WITH OPENING OF LIRR.  CLOSED:

                                                                        12/1869 AND STATION STOP RELO-

                                                                        CATED TO BRENTWOOD

 

TROY AVENUE.              ATLANTIC R.T.      RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER TT, EFF.

(BROOKLYN)                                                   6/24/1890

 

UNION COURSE            ATLANTIC             OPENED: 4/28/1905, PLATFORMS

                                                                        WIDENED: 1911.  OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        11/1/39 AND RAZED WHEN

                                                                        TRACKS PUT UNDERGROUND:

                                                                        1939-40

 

UNION HALL ST.            MAIN LINE            BUILT: 1913.  BELOW GRADE. 

                                                                        ACCESS TO PLATFORM VIA STAIRS

                                                                        FROM IRON BRIDGE.HIGH LEVEL

                                                                        PLATFORM OUT OF SVC:  11/16/29

                                                                        ACCOUNT “JAMAICA IMPROVE-

                                                                        MENT EAST.”

                                                                   TEMPORARY, LOW LEVEL PLAT-

                                                                        FORM NORTH OF TRACK 1, BE-

                                                                        TWEEN 165TH ST. AND NEW YORK

                                                                        AVE. IN SVC:  11/16/29. OUT OF

                                                                        SVC:  12/8/29.

                                                                   TEMPORARY HIGH LEVEL PLATFORM

                                                                        SOUTH OF TRACK 1 IN SVC: 

                                                                        12/8/29.

                                                                   TEMPORARY EASTWARD HIGH LEVEL

                                                                        PLATFORM BETWEEN TRACKS 2

                                                                        AND 3 OUT OF SVC:  6/21/30.

                                                                   TEMPORARY EASTWARD HIGH LEVEL

                                                                        PLATFORM S. OF TRACK 6 IN SVC:

                                                                        6/21/30.

                                                                   PERMANENT EASTWARD HIGH LEVEL

                                                                        PLATFORM BETWEEN TRACKS 3

                                                                        AND 5 IN SVC. AS WESTWARD AND

                                                                        EASTWARD PLATFORM:  6/21/30.

                                                                   TEMPORARY EASTWARD HIGH LEVEL

                                                                        PLATFORM OUT OF SVC:  2/26/31.

                                                                   PERMANENT WESTWARD HIGH LEVEL

                                                                        PLATFORM IN SVC:  2/26/31.

                                                                   AGENCY CLOSED:  ? .  DISCONTIN-

                                                                        UED AS STATION STOP: 1976.

                                                                        RAZED: c. 2001

 

UNITED NATIONS          PORT WASH.        EAST OF CORONA STATION.  IN SVC:

(FLUSHING MEADOWS)                                  9/15/46.  OUT OF SVC: c. 1952 

                                                                        (SITE OF 1939 WORLD’S FAIR

                                                                        STATION)

 

UNQUA                          MONTAUK            BETWEEN S. OYSTER BAY (LATER

                                                                        MASSAPEQUA) AND AMITYVILLE

                                                                        STATIONS, EITHER NEAR UNQUA

                                                                        ROAD OR NEAR UNQUA CREEK

                                                                        NEAR THE BROOKLYN WATER SUP-

                                                                        PLY PUMPING STATION.  LISTED AS

                                                                        STOP IN MAY 30, 1880 EMPLOYEE

                                                                        TIMETABLE AND AS FLAG STOP IN

                                                                        JUNE 19, 1880 EMPLOYEE TIME-

                                                                        TABLE. AGAIN LISTED AS FLAG-

                                                                        STOP IN JULY 28, 1881 EMPLOYEE

                                                                        TIMETABLE (Per Art Huneke) NO

                                                                        LONGER LISTED ON WINTER/1881-

                                                                        1882 PUBLIC TIMETABLE.  NAME

                                                                        APPEARS ON FREIGHT REPORT

                                                                        SHEETS:  1881 AND AS LATE AS

                                                                        MARCH, 1893. (Also per Art Huneke)

 

UPTON ROAD                MAIN LINE            EAST OF YAPHANK AND 2 MILES W.

                                                                        OF UPTON JCT. OPENED 5/24/18

                                                                        WHEN CAMP UPTON WAS IN USE. 

                                                                        WHEN CAMP CLOSED: 1922, TWO

                                                                        STORIES OF DISPOSITIONS GIVEN: 

                                                                             1.  DEPOT CLOSED AND MOVED

                                                                                 TO YAPHANK FOR USE AS

                                                                                  AGENT’S RESIDENCE UNTIL

                                                                                  1948. (per Bob Emery’s  map

                                                                                  notes.  DK)

                                                                             2.  DEPOT PURCHASED BY LIRR

                                                                                  CONDR. FRANK ERTHAL AND

                                                                                  MOVED TO PRIVATE LOCA-

                                                                                  TION FOR USE AS HIS CLUB-

                                                                                  HOUSE. (per LIRR conductor

                                                                                 Jeff Skinner at a testimonial to

                                                                                 Frank Erthal  at Mr. Erthal’s

                                                                                 retirement dinner.)

 

UTICA AVENUE              ATLANTIC R.T.      RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER TT, EFF.

(BROOKLYN)                                                   6/24/1890

 

VALLEY STREAM           S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. SVC. BEGAN:

                                      (MONTAUK)               10/28/1867.  DEPOT OPENED: 

                                                                        7/1869 WITH OPENING OF BRANCH

                                                                        TO FAR ROCKAWAY.  BUILT INSIDE

                                                                        LEGS OF WYE. RAZED: 1933 FOR

                                                                        GRADE CROSSING ELIMINATION.

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION RELOCATED

                                                                        ON SHOO-FLY NORTH OF FORM-

                                                                        ER LOCATION IN SVC:  8/10/32

                                                                        ACCOUNT GRADE CROSSING

                                                                        ELIMINATION. RELOCATED BACK

                                                                        SOUTH: 8/31/32.

                                                                   3RD, ELEVATED, CENTER-ISLAND

                                                                        STRUCTURE NORTH OF FORMER

                                                                        LOCATION IN SVC:  2/7/33.

 

VANDERBILT AVENUE   ATLANTIC R.T.      RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER ETT #11,

(BROOKLYN)                                                   EFF. 11/4/1878

 

VANDERVEER PARK     BAY RIDGE          BUILT: 1878, RAZED: 1906 WITH

                                                                        GRADE ELIMINATION.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1906, BECAME

                                                                        FREIGHT STATION WITH TER-

                                                                        MINATION OF PSGR SVC: 1924

 

VAN WICKLENS             ATLANTIC             EAST OF EAST NEW YORK.  ALSO

                                                                        USED AS A RAPID TRANSIT STOP

                                                                        PER ETT #11, EFF. 11/4/1878

 

VAN WYCK AVENUE      S. S. R. R.             SEE: “SOUTH SIDE R. R. CROSSING”

                                      (ATLANTIC)

 

WADING RIVER             WADING RIVER    BUILT: 1895, REMODELED TO TWO

                                         EXTENSION           STOREY: 1906.  AGENCY CLOSED:

                                                                        c. 1933.  STATION FACILITIES RE-

                                                                        LOCATED 1 MILE WEST OF FORM-

                                                                        ER LOCATION TO RANDALL ROAD:

                                                                        1/18/38 (MILLER FAMILY RE-

                                                                        CLAIMED THEIR PROPERTY FROM

                                                                        RIVERHEAD TOWN LINE EAST TO

                                                                        END OF TRACK). WOODEN DEPOT

                                                                        RAZED SOMETIME AFTER AND

                                                                        LUMBER USED TO BUILD STORE

                                                                        NORTH OF STATION SITE. LAST

                                                                        REVENUE TRAIN: 10/9/38.  RE-

                                                                        LOCATED STATION OUT OF SVC: 

                                                                        3/29/39 WITH BRANCH ABAND-

                                                                        ONMENT AND TRACK CUT-BACK.

 

WAINSCOTT                   MONTAUK            BUILT: 1898

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1915 WITH ONLY

                                                                        SEGREGATED WAITING ROOM ON

                                                                        THE L.I.R.R.   CLOSED AND DIS-

                                                                        CONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        c.1936, MOVED TO PRIVATE SITE

                                                                        AS BEACH HOUSE. STILL STAND-

                                                                        ING: 2005

 

WAMPMISSICK              MAIN LINE            4 MILES EAST OF YAPHANK AND 2

                                                                        MILES WEST OF MANOR.  AP-

                                                                        PEARS ON 1852-53 TIMETABLE

                                                                        ONLY.  ALSO USED AS A MEET-

                                                                        ING / PASSING LOCATION.  AP-

                                                                        PEARS ON AN 1855 MAP.  A SID-

                                                                        ING AT THIS LOCATION BORE

                                                                        THE NAME “WAMPMISSIC” ON

                                                                        1916 LIRR VALUATION PLANS

                                                                        AND IN THE LIRR’S 1924 CR4

                                                                        BOOK WHICH INDICATED

                                                                        FREIGHT SIDING LOCATIONS.

                                                                        (Info courtesy of Art Huneke)

 

WANTAGH                      S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. SVC. BEGAN: 

                                      (MONTAUK)               10/28/67.  DEPOT BUILT: 1875 AS

                                                                        “RIDGEWOOD” (8-year gap??) RE-

                                                                        NAMED “WANTAGH”: ? CLOSED

                                                                        AND MOVED: 1966 WITH GRADE

                                                                        CROSSING ELIMINATION, RE-

                                                                        STORED AS MUSEUM: 1969

                                                                   TEMPORARY STATION ACCOUNT

                                                                        GRADE CROSSING ELIMINATION

                                                                        IN SVC:  8/24/66. OUT OF SVC:

                                                                        10/22/68 AND RAZED.

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE IN SVC: 

                                                                        10/22/68.

 

WARDENCLYFFE           WADING RIVER    BUILT: 1895.  REPLACED BY NEWER

                                         EXTENSION           BUILDING: 1902, .2 MILES EAST

                                                                        OF ORIGINAL LOCATION.  RE-

                                                                        NAMED “SHOREHAM”: 1906 (SEE:

                                                                        “SHOREHAM”)

 

WARWICK ST.                ATLANTIC             ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED:

(BKLYN.)                                                          8/29/1905 WITH ELECTRIFICA-

                                                                        TION FROM FLATBUSH AVE. OUT

                                                                        OF SVC:  11/1/39 AND RAZED

                                                                        DURING ATLANTIC AVENUE IM-

                                                                        PROVEMENT PROJECT:  1939-40

 

WASHINGTON AVE.       ATLANTIC RT        RAPID TRANSIT STOP PER ETT #11,

(BROOKLYN)                                                   EFF. 11/4/1878

 

WASHINGTON ST.          CENTRAL EXT.     GARDEN CITY.  LOW PLATFORM IN

                                                                        SERVICE FOR LIRR’S SHUTTLE

                                                                        SERVICE WITH BATTERY CARS. 

 

WATER STATION            MAIN LINE            APPEARS ON 1857 MAP.  STATION

                                                                        STOP INDICATED WEST OF

                                                                        LAKE STATION AND EAST OF

                                                                        NICOL’S ROAD (“FOOT’S CROSS-

                                                                        ING”).  NO TIMETABLE EVIDENCE

                                                                        AS YET.  (Info courtesy of Art Hun-

                                                                        Eke)

 

WATERMILL                   MONTAUK            BUILT: AUG-SEPT/1875

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 8/1903, CLOSED:

                                                                        1940s, DISCONTINUED AS STA-

                                                                        TION STOP. RENOVATED: 1968

                                                                        FOR USE AS PRIVATE BUSINESS.

 

WAVECREST                  FAR ROCK.          OPENED: 5/1928. WESTWARD STA-

                                                                        TION FACILITIES RELOCATED

                                                                        800’ EAST OF FORMER LOCA-

                                                                        TION:  8/5/40.  EASTWARD STA-

                                                                        TION FACILITIES:  8/23/40. 

                                                                        RAZED: 1941 WITH GRADE ELIM-

                                                                        NATION. 

                                                                   2ND AND ELEVATED STRUCTURE

                                                                        OPENED: 4/10/42. TRANSFERRED

                                                                        TO TA OWNERSHIP: 10/3/55

 

WAVERLY                      MAIN LINE            OLD STORE SERVED AS ORIGINAL

                                                                        DEPOT UPON OPENING OF LINE

                                                                        IN 1843-44, RENAMED HOLTSVILLE:

                                                                        1860 (SEE: “HOLTSVILLE”)

 

WELLWOOD                  S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. (SEE: “LINDENHURST”)

                                      (MONTAUK)

 

WESTBURY                    MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT BUILT:  c. 1837 WITH OPEN-

                                                                        ING OF LIRR TO HICKSVILLE.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT:  APR-JUNE/1883

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1914, GREATLY

                                                                        REMODELED:           c. 1972.  AGAIN

                                                                        GREATLY REMODELED: c. 2005

 

WESTBRIDGE                MAIN LINE            SHELTER SHED OPENED: 6/28/16,

(HIGH BRIDGE)                                               WITH TICKET OFFICE AT STREET

                                                                        LEVEL.  OUT OF SVC:  1/1/39.

                                                                        DISCONTINUED AS STATION STOP.

 

WEST DEER PARK         MAIN LINE            SEE: “WYANDANCH”

 

WEST FLUSHING           FLUSHING R.R.    OPENED:  1854.  ABANDONED:  ?

                                      NY & FLUSHING       AFTER ABANDONMENT, STATION

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE        NAME GIVEN TO “FASHION RACE

                                                                        COURSE” STATION. 

 

WESTHAMPTON             MONTAUK            BUILT: FEB-MAR/1870, MOVED TO

                                                                        PRIVATE LOCATION.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1905, BURNED:

                                                                        1995, RENOVATED:   ? .  FULL-

                                                                        TIME AGENCY CLOSED:   ?  . SUN-

                                                                        DAY AGENCY ONLY:  2006          

 

WEST HEMPSTEAD       W. HEMPST’D       OPENED: 1928, NORTH OF HEMP-

                                                                        STEAD AVE.(RAILROAD E.) AND

                                                                        S. OF TRACKS. MOVED SOUTH

                                                                        (RAILROAD W.) OF HEMPSTEAD

                                                                        AVE. AND N. OF TRACKS: 9/15/35.

                                                                        BURNED AND RAZED: 1959.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1959. AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED:   ?

 

WESTWOOD                  W. HEMPST’D       OPENED: 9/1929, INSIDES AND

                                                                        WALLS COMPLETELY GUTTED

                                                                        TO CREATE SHELTER SHED: 1955

 

WHEATLEY HILLS          OYSTER BAY        BUILT: 1898, CLOSED AND DISCON-

(NORTH ROSLYN)                                            TINUED AS STATION STOP: 1924

 

WHITESTONE                 FLUSHING R.R.    TEMPORARY DEPOT BUILT: 10/1869

                                      NY & FLUSHING   2ND DEPOT OPENED: 1/30/1871,

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE        CLOSED: 2/15/32 WITH BRANCH

                                      (WHITESTONE)          ABANDONMENT.

 

WHITESTONE LDG.       WHITESTONE       BUILT: 8/9/1886, MOVED BACK

                                                                        FROM SHORELINE: 6/1892,

                                                                        CLOSED: 2/15/32 WITH BRANCH

                                                                        ABANDONMENT

 

WILLOW TREE               MAIN LINE            BUILT:  c. 1837 WITH OPENING OF

                                                                        LIRR TO HICKSVILLE.

 

WINFIELD                      NY & FLUSHING   FLUSHING & N. SIDE DEPOT BUILT:

                              FLUSHING & N. SIDE        JULY/1854, MOVED TO WINFIELD

                              (PORT WASHINGTON)       JCT: 8/1876

                                                                   2nd DEPOT BUILT: ?, RAZED: 1915

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT: 1915, DISCONTIN-

                                                                        UED AS STATION STOP AND

                                                                        RAZED: 1929

 

WOODBURY                  PT. JEFFERSON   SEE: “COLD SPRING HARBOR”

 

WOODHAVEN                ATLANTIC             OPENED: 4/28/1905 WITH ELECT-

                                                                        RIFICATION FROM FLATBUSH

                                                                        AVE. PLATFORMS WIDENED: 1911,

                                                                        OUT OV SVC:  11/1/39 AND RAZED

                                                                        WHEN TRACKS PUT UNDER-

                                                                        GROUND: 1939-40  

 

WOODHAVEN JCT.        ATLANTIC             OPENED: 7/1895, RAZED: 1939

                                                                        WHEN BRANCH WENT UNDER-

                                                                        GROUND.

                                                                   2ND, UNDERGROUND DEPOT OPENED:

                                                                        c. 1939, RENAMED “WOODHAVEN”.

                                                                        THE JUNCTION WAS TAKEN OUT

                                                                        OF SERVICE:  6/8/62 AND ROCK-

                                                                        AWAY BEACH BRANCH ABAND-

                                                                        ONED: 6/9/62.  DISCONTINUED

                                                                        AS STATION STOP: 1/10/77.

 

WOODHAVEN JCT.        ROCK BCH.          OPENED: ?, RAZED: c. 1940-41

                                                                   2ND DEPOT OPENED: c. 1941, DIS-

                                                                        CONTINUED AS STATION STOP:

                                                                        6/8/62.  BRANCH ABANDONED:

                                                                        6/9/62. STILL STANDING: 2003

 

WOODMERE                  S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. SVC. BEGAN:  7/1869.

                                      (FAR ROCK.)             ON TIMETABLE AS “WOODSBURGH”

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1902, COVERED

                                                                        PLATFORMS REMOVED WITH

                                                                        INSTALLATION OF HI-LEVEL

                                                                        PLATFORMS: c. 1968

 

WOODSBURGH             S. S. R. R.             S. SIDE R. R. DEPOT.  (SEE: “WOOD-

                                      (FAR ROCK.)             MERE”)

 

WOODSIDE                    MAIN LINE            FLUSHING & N. SIDE DEPOT OPENED:

                                                                        11/15/1869, CLOSED: 1914 DUE

                                                                        TO GRADE ELIMINATION, RAZED:

                                                                        11/17/15

                                                                   ELEVATED STRUCTURE OPENED:

                                                                        10/17/15

 

WORLD’S FAIR              PORT WASH.        1ST STATION IN SVC:  1939-40, RAZED

                                                                   2ND STATION IN SVC: 1/11/61. RE-

                                                                        NAMED “SHEA STADIUM”: 4/15/66

 

WRECK LEAD                LONG BEACH      LOW CINDER PLATFORM ON N.E.

                                                                        SIDE OF REYNOLDS CHANNEL.

                                                                        OPENED: ?, CLOSED: 12/31/27

 

WYANDANCH                 MAIN LINE            BUILT: 5/1875 AS “WEST DEER PARK”,

                                                                        RAZED: 2/58

                                                                   2ND, RELOCATED DEPOT OPENED:

                                                                        6/58

                                                                   3RD, RELOCATED DEPOT BUILT: 1987

                                                                        ON SITE OF 1ST DEPOT. AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED.

 

YAPHANK                       MAIN LINE            1ST DEPOT APPEARS ON TIMETABLE

                                                                        OF 6/14/1845 AS “MILLEVILLE”

                                                                        PROBABLY REPLACING THE

                                                                        TEMPORARY CARMAN’S RIVER/

                                                                        FIRE PLACE STATION OPENED

                                                                        AT OR NEAR THE SITE IN JUNE,

                                                                        1844 WITH TEMPORARY END OF

                                                                        TRACK.  RENAMED “YAPHANK”:

                                                                        1846.

                                                                   2ND DEPOT BUILT: 1875.  AGENCY

                                                                        CLOSED: 1958, RAZED: 1961

                                                                   3RD DEPOT BUILT WITH HI-LEVEL

                                                                        PLATFORMS: 2000-01

 

YOUNGSPORT               S.S.R.R.                ORIGINAL NAME FOR GREAT RIVER.

                                      (MONTAUK)               S. SIDE RAILROAD FREIGHT

                                                                        STATION ONLY UNTIL 1897 WHEN

                                                                        PSGR. DEPOT BUILDING CON-

                                                                        STRUCTED AND OPENED AS

                                                                        “GREAT RIVER.”  APPEARS AS

                                                                        “YOUNGSPORT” ON LIRR FREIGHT

                                                                        RE          PORT FORM OF 1893 BUT

                                                                        DOES NOT APPEAR ON ANY TIME-

                                                                        TABLES (PUBLIC OR EMPLOYEE)

                                                                        OF THAT ERA.

 

 

 

 

GENERAL ORDER #60, EFFECTIVE 5/24/09:

BETHPAGE BRANCH (Bethpage Jct. to Bethpage Brick Works) WILL BE CONSIDERED A SIDING.

 

GENERAL ORDER: EFFECTIVE 1921:

BETHPAGE AND CREEDMOOR BRANCHES AND CENTRAL EXTENSION “HC”

TO BETHPAGE JCT. WILL BE CONSIDERED SIDINGS.

 

GENERAL ORDER #117-6C, EFFECTIVE 1/21/33:

STEAM LOCOMOTIVES ARE RESTRICTED FROM USING WYE AT WADING

RIVER.

 

GENERAL ORDER #401BC, EFFECTIVE 9/15/35:

BRANCH BETWEEN WEST HEMPSTEAD STATION AND “MT” (MINEOLA) REDESIGNATED SIDING.

 

GENERAL ORDER #811C, EFFECTIVE 1/18/38:

WADING RIVER STATION AND STATION FACILITIES RELOCATED 1 MILE

WEST OF FORMER LOCATION.

 

GENERAL ORDER #1006C, EFFECTIVE 3/29/39:

SINGLE TRACK FROM A POINT 1,550’ EAST OF EAST LEG OF WYE, PORT

JEFFERSON STATION TO WADING RIVER STATION OUT OF SERVICE.

(Last revenue train was on 10/9/38.  DK)

 

MILLER PLACE STATION AND STATION FACILITIES OUT OF SERVICE

 

ROCKY POINT STATION AND STATION FACILITIES OUT OF SERVICE

 

SHOREHAM STATION AND STATION FACILITIES OUT OF SERVICE

 

WADING RIVER STATION AND STATION FACILITIES OUT OF SERVICE

 

PO (Port Jefferson) UNATTENDED BLOCK STATION OUT OF SERVICE

 

MI  (Miller Place) UNATTENDED BLOCK STATION OUT OF SERVICE

 

WY (Wading River) UNATTENDED BLOCK STATION OUT OF SERVICE

 

JF (Port Jefferson) EASTWARD BLOCK SIGNAL OUT OF SERVICE

 

WESTWARD LOWER QUADRANT SEMAPHORE DISTANT SIGNAL LOCATED

EAST OF PORT JEFFERSON STATION OUT OF SERVICE

 

GENERAL ORDER #1002B/1013C, EFFECTIVE 5/3/39: 

SAG HARBOR BRANCH OUT OF SERVICE:  5/3/39

 

GENERAL NOTICE #7-5, EFFECTIVE 8/19/60:

HEMPSTEAD BRANCH

COUNTRY LIFE PRESS

 

FACING HAND-OPERATED SWITCH EQUIPPED WITH ELECTRIC LOCK CONTROLLED BY BLOCK OPERATOR, GARDEN, GOVERNING EASTWARD MOVEMENTS ON SINGLE MAIN TRACK, LOCATED AT WEST END OF COUNTRY LIFE PRESS STATION PLATFORM AND LEADING TO WEST HEMPSTEAD TRACK, OUT-OF-SERVICE. (Track connection was removed and track cut back from the former junction to the west side of Franklin Ave. crossing [“5 corners”] per Robert M. Emery note)

 

GENERAL ORDER #1-21, EFFECTIVE 12/27/66:

LEAD TRACK FROM EAST END OF JERICHO TURNPIKE OVERGRADE BRIDGE

TO CREEDMOOR STATE HOSPITAL, OUT OF SERVICE.

 

 

GENERAL ORDER #119, EFFECTIVE 10/1/73:

HAND-OPERATED ELECTRIC LOCKED SWITCH IN NO. 1 TRACK LOCATED 1,800 FEET EAST OF FLORAL PARK LEADING TO CREEDMOOR LEAD TRACK REMOVED FROM SERVICE.