Long Island Railroad (LIRR) Montauk Branch List of Stations

Long Island Railroad (LIRR) Montauk Branch List of Stations

Montauk Branch

SOURCE: Wikipedia

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West Hempstead Branch trains split off after St. Albans. Babylon Branch trains terminate at Babylon, while Montauk Branch trains continue beyond. Many non-electric Montauk Branch trains that run express between Jamaica and Babylon run via the Main Line and Central Branch, with one rush hour round trip serving Mineola and Hicksville stations.

Zone Location Services Station Miles (km) from NYP Date
opened
Date
closed
Connections and notes
WH BB MT
1 Long Island City, Queens dagger Long Island City

(rush hours only)

1854 Long Island Rail Road: Oyster Bay and Port Jefferson branches
NYC Subway : 7 and <7> ​ (at Vernon Boulevard – Jackson Avenue)
MTA Bus : Q103
NYC Ferry East River Ferry
dagger Served by five peak round trip trains, one of which is Montauk train
Penny Bridge 1854 1998
Laurel Hill 1890 1900
Maspeth, Queens Haberman 1892 1998
Maspeth 1895 c. 1924
Fresh Pond 1869 1998 Originally named Bushwick Junction
Glendale, Queens Glendale 1869 1998
Ridgewood 1883 1924
Richmond Hill, Queens Richmond Hill 1868 1998 Originally named Clarenceville
Shops c. 1900 1913 Part of the Morris Park Facility
Dunton 1869
1876
1876
1939
Originally named Van Wyck Avenue, then Berlin
3 Jamaica, Queens Jamaica 9.3 (15.0) 1836 Long Island Rail Road: Atlantic, Far Rockaway, Hempstead, Long Beach, Oyster Bay, Port Jefferson, Ronkonkoma branches
New York City Subway: E ​, ​J
, and ​Z (at Sutphin Boulevard–Archer Avenue–JFK Airport)
New York City Bus: Q20A, Q20B, Q24, Q30, Q31, Q43, Q44 SBS, Q54, Q56
MTA Bus: Q6, Q8, Q9, Q25, Q34, Q40, Q41, Q60, Q65
Nassau Inter-County Express: n4
AirTrain JFK: Jamaica Station Route
Union Hall Street c. 1890 1976 Originally named New York Avenue
Canal Street 1890 1899
Hillside 1890 1966
St. Albans, Queens St. Albans 11.8 (19.0) 1898 New York City Bus: Q4
Originally named Locust Avenue
Springfield Gardens, Queens Springfield Gardens 1870s 1979 Originally named Springfield
4 Lynbrook Lynbrook 17.7 (28.5) 1867 Long Island Rail Road: Long Beach Branch
Nassau Inter-County Express: n4, n25, n31, n32
Originally named Pearsall’s Corners, then Pearsall’s
7 Rockville Centre Rockville Centre 19.3 (31.1) 1867 Nassau Inter-County Express: n15, n16, Mercy Medical Shuttle
Baldwin Baldwin 21.2 (34.1) 1867 Nassau Inter-County Express: n35
Originally named Baldwinsville, then Baldwins
Freeport Freeport 22.7 (36.5) 1867 Nassau Inter-County Express: n4, n19, n40, n41, n43, n88
Merrick Merrick 24.1 (38.8) 1867
Bellmore Bellmore 25.6 (41.2) 1869
Wantagh Wantagh 25.9 (41.7) 1867 Originally named Ridgewood
Seaford Seaford 27.7 (44.6) 1899 Nassau Inter-County Express: n54
Massapequa Massapequa 28.7 (46.2) 1867 Nassau Inter-County Express: n54, n55, n80

Originally named South Oyster Bay

Massapequa Park Massapequa Park 29.5 (47.5) 1933 Nassau Inter-County Express: n54, n55, n80
Massapequa Unqua 1880 1881
9 Amityville Amityville 30.6 (49.2) 1868 Suffolk County Transit: 1A, S1, S20, S33
Copiague Copiague 32.4 (52.1) 1902 Suffolk County Transit: S20, S31
Belmont Junction 1875 1876
Lindenhurst Lindenhurst 33.7 (54.2) 1867 Suffolk County Transit: S20
Originally named Wellwood, then Breslau
Babylon Babylon 36.6 (58.9) 1867 Suffolk County Transit: S20, S23, S25, S27, S29, S40, S42, S47
Originally named Seaside


Terminus of electrification

10 Bay Shore Bay Shore 40.7 (65.5) 1868 Suffolk County Transit: 2A, 2B, S40, S41, S42, S45
Originally named Penataquit, then Bayshore
Islip
Islip Centre 1868 1869
Islip 43.1 (69.4) 1868 Suffolk County Transit: S42
East Islip
Club House 1870 1897
Great River 45.2 (72.7) 1897 Suffolk County Transit: 3C, S40

Originally named Youngsport

Oakdale Oakdale 47.4 (76.3) 1868 Suffolk County Transit: S40
Sayville Sayville 49.8 (80.1) 1868 Suffolk County Transit: S40, S57, S59
Sayville Ferry Service to Fire Island
Bayport Bayport 1869 1980
Blue Point Blue Point 1870
1900
1882
1980
Patchogue Patchogue 53.2 (85.6) 1869 Suffolk County Transit: 7A, 7B, S40, S54, S61, S63, S66, S68
Patchogue Village Bus
Davis Park Ferry to Fire Island
East Patchogue East Patchogue 1890 1928
Hagerman Hagerman 1890 1929
12 Bellport Bellport 57.8 (93.0) 1882 Suffolk County Transit: 7B, S66, S68

Originally named Accobomac, then Brewster Place

Brookhaven Brookhaven 1884 1958
Shirley Mastic–Shirley 62.3 (100.3) 1960 Suffolk County Transit: S66, S68
Mastic Mastic 1882 1960 Originally named Forge
Center Moriches Center Moriches 1881 1998 Originally named Moriches
East Moriches East Moriches 1897 1958
Eastport Eastport 1870 1958 Originally named Moriches
Speonk Speonk 70.8 (113.9) 1870
14 Westhampton Westhampton 74.3 (119.6) 1870
Quogue Quogue 1875 1998
East Quogue East Quogue 1871 c.1883 Originally named Atlanticville
Hampton Bays Hampton Bays 81.2 (130.7) 1871 Suffolk County Transit: S92
Originally named Good Ground
Canoe Place 1935 1953
Suffolk Downs 1907 1921
Shinnecock Hills Shinnecock Hills 1887 1932
Southampton College 1907


1976


1986

1939


1998


1986

Originally named Golf Grounds, then Southampton Campus
Temporarily reopened for the 1986 U.S. Open, 2004, and 2018 U.S. Opens
Southampton Southampton 89.3 (143.7) 1871 Suffolk County Transit: S92
Water Mill Water Mill 1875 c. 1968 Originally named Watermill
Bridgehampton Bridgehampton 94.0 (151.3) 1870 Suffolk County Transit: 10B, S92
Wainscott Wainscott 1898 1938
East Hampton East Hampton 100.9 (162.4) 1895 Suffolk County Transit: 10B, 10C, S92

Originally named Easthampton

Amagansett Amagansett 104.3 (167.9) 1895 Suffolk County Transit: 10C
Napeague Napeague Beach 1895 1927
Fanny Bartlett 1924 1928
Promised Land c. 1900 1928
Montauk Montauk 115.8 (186.4) 1895 Suffolk County Transit: 10C

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