Long Island Railroad (LIRR) Long Beach Branch List of Stations

Long Island Railroad (LIRR) Long Beach Branch List of Stations

Long Beach Branch

SOURCE: Wikipedia

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The Long Beach Branch is an electrified rail line and service owned and operated by the Long Island Rail Road in the U.S. state of New York. The branch begins at Valley Interlocking, just east of Valley Stream station, where it merges with the Far Rockaway Branch to continue west as the Atlantic Branch. East from there the Long Beach Branch parallels the Montauk Branch to Lynbrook station, where it turns south toward Long Beach station. Trains operating on the Long Beach Branch continue west of Valley Stream via the Atlantic Branch to Jamaica station, with most continuing on to Atlantic Terminal or Penn Station.

In 2018, the branch recorded an annual ridership of 4,849,085 based on ticket sales, down 1% from 2017.

Zone Station Miles (km) from NYP Date opened Date closed Connections / notes
For continuing service to Jamaica and points west, see Atlantic Branch
3 Locust Manor 12.2 (19) 1869 LIRR: Far Rockaway Branch
Laurelton 13.1 (21) 1907 LIRR: Far Rockaway Branch
Rosedale 14.0 (23) 1870 LIRR: Far Rockaway Branch
4 Valley Stream 16.1 (26) 1869 LIRR: Far Rockaway Branch
LIRR: West Hempstead Branch
Lynbrook 19.5 (31.4) 1867 LIRR: Babylon Branch NICE Bus: n4, n25, n31, n32
Originally Pearsall’s Corners, then Pearsall’s
7 Centre Avenue 20.4 (32.8) 1898 Originally South Lynbrook
East Rockaway 20.9 (33.6) 1880
Atlantic Avenue 1898 1951
Oceanside 21.4 (34.4) 1897
Barnum Island Channel Bridge
Jekyl Island 1901 1922 Originally named Barnum Island, then Island Park
Island Park 23.6 (38.0) 1898 NICE Bus: n15 Originally The Dykes
Reynolds Channel Bridge
Wreck Lead 1888 1927
Queenswater 1898 1936 Originally Inner Beach, then Queenswater
Club House 1898 1909
Long Beach 24.9 (40.0) 1880 NICE Bus: n15, n33 Long Beach Bus: Point Lookout,
East Loop, West End Route, Shoppers Special

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