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  1. Amagansett
    Amagansett station was opened on June 1, 1895 by the Brooklyn and Montauk Railroad, and was burned to the ground in 1909, reportedly by a disgruntled LIRR employee. The station was rebuilt on August 15, 1910. Learn More
  2. Amityville
    Amityville Station is typical of the elevated Babylon Branch stations that were rebuilt during the mid-to-late 20th century. It has an average ridership of 3,085. Learn More
  3. Babylon
    Babylon Station originally opened as a South Side Railroad of Long Island depot on October 28, 1867. It has an average ridership of 6,586 passengers. Learn More
  4. Baldwin
    Baldwin Station was originally built in February 1868. It has an average ridership of 6,743 passengers. Learn More
  5. Bay Shore
    Aluminum; 58 x 12 x 1"; Bay Shore Station was built by the South Side Railroad of Long Island on May 20, 1868 as Pentaquit Station only to be renamed Bayshore Station in July 1868. Learn More
  6. Bellmore
    Bellmore Station was established by the South Side Railroad of Long Island in October, 1869, and the original structure was replaced sometime in the early-20th Century. Learn More
  7. Bellport
    Bellport Station is the replacement for Brookhaven Station, which was closed by the LIRR on October 6, 1958. Learn More
  8. Bridgehampton
    Bridgehampton station opened in June 1870 for the Sag Harbor Branch, and was burned to the ground on July 6, 1884. Another station replaced it the same year, and on June 1, 1895 began to serve the Montauk Extension. Learn More
  9. Copiague
    Copiague station opened in 1902 and has an average ridership of 2,661 passengers. Learn More
  10. East Hampton
    East Hampton station was built in 1895. The original station house survives, and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 2, 2000. Learn More

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