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Great River station

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Great River
Great River Station - May 2015.jpg
The current Great River station in May 2015.
LocationConnetquot Avenue & Hawthorne Avenue
East Islip, New York
Coordinates40°44′26″N 73°10′12″W / 40.740476°N 73.17°W / 40.740476; -73.17
Owned byLong Island Rail Road
Platforms2 side platforms
ConnectionsBus transport Suffolk County Transit: 3C
ParkingYes (free)
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Fare zone10
Rebuilt1943, 2001
Rank104 of 125
Preceding station MTA NYC logo.svg LIRR Following station
Islip Montauk Branch Oakdale
Former services
Preceding station Long Island
Rail Road
Following station
Islip Montauk Division Oakdale
toward Montauk

Great River is a railroad station on the Montauk Branch of the Long Island Rail Road, at Connetquot Avenue and Hawthorne Avenue in Great River, New York.


The old LIRR shed at Great River station.
The old LIRR shed at Great River station.

Prior to the establishment of passenger service, the site of Great River station was occupied by a freight only station built by the South Side Railroad of Long Island (SSRRLI) known as Youngsport station.[2] Great River Station was originally built in 1897 but burned down in 1943. Between that time, a sheltered-platform was added to the other side of the tracks. In 1945 a modernist station designed by architect Antonin Raymond replaced it,[3] but it was burned down in 2000. The third station with high-level platforms was built in the late 1990s. The original shelter, however was restored by the East Islip Historical Society, and remains within one of the parking lots along the eastbound platform.

Club House station

East of Great River Station, the South Side Railroad built a private station called Club House station in 1869 to serve the South Side Sportsmen's Club. This station was located between Mileposts 45 and 46 inside today's Bayard Cutting Arboretum, and was among a number of privately owned stations along the SSRRLI, which weren't so uncommon during the 19th Century. It was closed in 1897.[4]

Notable places nearby

Station layout

The station has two high-level side platforms each four cars long.

Platform A, side platform Disabled access
Track 1      Montauk Branch toward Jamaica, Long Island City, or Penn Station (Islip)
Track 2      Montauk Branch toward Patchogue, Speonk, or Montauk (Oakdale)
Platform B, side platform Disabled access


  1. ^ "2012-2014 LIRR Origin and Destination Report : Volume I: Travel Behavior Among All LIRR Passengers" (PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Authority. 23 August 2016. PDF pp. 15, 199. Archived (PDF) from the original on 17 July 2019. Retrieved 29 March 2020. Data collection took place after the pretest determinations, starting in September 2012 and concluding in May 2014. .... 2012-2014 LIRR O[rigin and ]D[estination] COUNTS: WEEKDAY East/West Total By Station in Numerical Order ... Great River
  2. ^ Youngsport-Great River Station (Arrt's Arrchives)
  3. ^ Helfrich & Whittaker, Kurt & William (2006). Crafting a Modern World, The Architecture and Design of Antonin and Noemi Raymond. Princeton Architectural Press. p. 56.
  4. ^ Image of the old Club House Station; 1870-1897 (Arrt's Arrchives)

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