Farmingdale (LIRR station)

Farmingdale (LIRR station)

The Farmingdale Railroad Station is a historic railroad station along the Main Line (Ronkonkoma Branch) of the Long Island Rail Road. It is officially located off Secatogue Avenue, on Front Street and Atlantic Avenue, in Farmingdale, New York, however, the actual station is on Eastern Parkway. Parking is available on both sides of the tracks, and requires either a permit from the Village of Farmingdale for either residents or non-residents, or payment for parking meters. Another parking lot exists west of the station along Front Street, and behind private property along the west side of Elizabeth Street, and can also be accessed from Cornelia Street. Village of Farmingdale residential and non-residential permits are required for this parking lot as well. An underground Pedestrian Walkway exists between the two platforms. Farmingdale Station was originally built on October 15, 1841, when the Long Island Rail Road first went through the village. It was rebuilt in July 1875 and again in 1890. An electric sub-station was added between 1908 and 1909 for the Huntington Railroad. [ [ LIRR Station History (] ] On November 13, 1991 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [ [ Nassau County Listings at the National Register of Historic Places] ]

MTA Long Island Bus Connections

*N70: Hempstead-Melville.
*N72: Hempstead-Babylon.
*N95: Farmingdale-Melville.


External links

* [ MTA-LIRR Official Farmingdale Station Webpage]
* [ LIRR Farmingdale Station Schedule]
* [ Farmingdale Station (The SubwayNut)]
*Unofficial LIRR History Website
** [ from parking lot]
** [ Clock Tower]
** [ Racks]
** [ view from north platform]

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