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  1. Bethpage
    Bethpage station opened on 1856 and has an average ridership of 4,963 passengers. Learn More
  2. Brentwood
    Brentwood station, originally known as "Modern Times" station, was built in 1870, then burned in April 1903 and was replaced on November 10, 1903. Learn More
  3. Central Islip
    Aluminum; 58 x 12 x 1"; Central Islip station was originally built on November 14, 1873. It was remodeled in 1916 and again in 1958. Learn More
  4. Deer Park
    Deer Park station was electrified on January 18, 1988 and has an average ridership of 5,417 passengers. Learn More
  5. Farmingdale
    On November 13, 1991 Farmingdale station was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1996, federal funding from the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act was obtained to restore the station building. Learn More
  6. Greenport
    Greenport station was originally built on July 29, 1844, as the terminus of the Main line of the LIRR. Learn More
  7. Mattituck
    The station was originally built on June 14, 1845. It was rebuilt in 1878 and remodeled in 1944. Learn More
  8. Medford
    Medford station was originally opened on June 26, 1844 when the main line terminated at the former Carman's River station east of Yaphank station. Learn More
  9. Pinelawn
    The first station opened as a flag stop on the northeast corner of Wellwood Avenue in 1895 as Melville station, a name it maintained until 1897. From there it would be named Pinelawn (Melville) and finally Pinelawn in 1899. Learn More
  10. Riverhead
    Riverhead station is near the west end of the Riverhead Restoration Site of the Railroad Museum of Long Island. A collection of historic Long Island Rail Road cars and maintenance equipment can be found near the station. Learn More

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