Aquebogue station

Former Aquebogue LIRR Station site-2.jpg
Former Aquebogue LIRR station
LocationMeeting House Creek Road,
east of Edgar Avenue,
Aquebogue, New York
Coordinates40°56′09″N 72°36′59″W / 40.93575°N 72.616472°W / 40.93575; -72.616472Coordinates: 40°56′09″N 72°36′59″W / 40.93575°N 72.616472°W / 40.93575; -72.616472
Owned byLong Island Rail Road
Line(s)Main Line
OpenedJune 1892
ClosedJuly 1967
None (Closed)
Preceding station   MTA NYC logo.svg LIRR   Following station
Former services
Riverhead   Main Line   Jamesport

Aquebogue was a station stop along the Greenport Branch of the Long Island Rail Road in Aquebogue, New York. Aquebogue first appeared on the June 1892 timetable.[1] Work began in March 1910 and was completed over the summer. An acre of land on the east was bought and filled in to provide a 1400-foot passing track. A new frame station was built in 1911 on the south side of the track opposite the new station.[2] A new depot was erected at Aquebogue in 1910, and was gutted out and remodeled as a shelter shed in 1956, and was finally razed in July 1967.


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