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  1. Country Life Press
    This station was originally opened in 1911 for the sole purpose of serving the Doubleday & McClure Publishing Company facility, the "Country Life Press" which was located across the tracks hence, the name of the station. Learn More
  2. Floral Park
    The first Floral Park station was built between October and November 1878 as "Stewart Junction," for the junction between the LIRR Main Line and the Central Railroad of Long Island built by Alexander Turney Stewart. Learn More
  3. Garden City
    Garden City station is one of the few Long Island Rail Road stations with two station houses. It was originally built in 1872 by the Central Railroad of Long Island, then rebuilt in 1898 by the LIRR Learn More
  4. Hempstead
    Hempstead Station was originally built as a Central Railroad of Long Island depot in 1872. The station was remodeled in July 1881, and razed in 1913. Learn More
  5. Nassau Boulevard
    Nassau Boulevard Station is just down the road to Adelphi University and provides fast commute into Manhattan. The station was built in 1907. Learn More
  6. Stewart Manor
    Originally, the station was built in June 1873 as "Hyde Park." The station closed in October 1876, but was reopened by the LIRR in June 1878 as "Hyde Park Central" station, only to be abandoned on April 30, 1879 and reopened again as "Stewart Manor Station" in 1909. Learn More

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