Long Beach Branch

Grid List

Set Descending Direction

7 Item(s)

  1. Centre Avenue
    The station was opened in 1898, and originally known as South Lynbrook Station until 1924, when it was renamed after Centre Avenue. Learn More
  2. East Rockaway
    East Rockaway station was established in October 1880, on the west side of Ocean Avenue and the east side of the tracks, and contained a freight house that was built between October 1 and November 5, 1880. Learn More
  3. Flatbush Av-Brooklyn
    Atlantic Terminal, formerly called Flatbush Avenue, is the westernmost stop on the Long Island Rail Road's Atlantic Branch. The rail terminal is near the Atlantic Terminal Mall, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower. Learn More
  4. Island Park
    Island Park Station was built as a signal stop by the New York and Long Beach Railroad in April 1898 as The Dykes. In 1922, developer Edgewater Smith changed the name of the island from Jekyl Island to Island Park. Learn More
  5. Long Beach
    Long Beach Station was originally built in 1880. It has an average ridership of 8,721 passengers. Learn More
  6. Lynbrook
    Lynbrook Station was opened as Pearsall's Corner Station on October 28, 1867. It has an average ridership of 5,476 passengers. Learn More
  7. Oceanside
    Oceanside station was originally opened in 1897, then rebuilt on May 1, 1915, and again in 1959, and 2002. Learn More

Grid List

Set Descending Direction

7 Item(s)