LIRR FARMINGDALE PDF

Farmingdale Station, originally built in and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has received numerous upgrades to improve the customer experience, including a new waiting room with terrazzo flooring, newly redone ADA accessible restrooms, tile and wood wall and ceiling finishes, windows, doors, electrical, plumbing and HVAC upgrades. Getting around the station is now easier, thanks to a rehabilitated pedestrian underpass and new wayfinding signage. Other completed improvements include bike racks, benches, USB charging stations, technology counters where customers can charge their mobile devices , LCD information displays, new CCTV cameras, improved ADA accessibility thanks to a new ramp , platform shelter sheds, LED platform lighting, trash receptacles, free public Wi-Fi, digital information display totems and platform repairs. The station, located along the Ronkonkoma Branch in Suffolk County, serves more than 3, daily customers.

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The single-track characteristic of the line beyond Farmingdale means Farmingdale station receives service basically hourly or better throughout the day but there are large gaps in reverse commute service with no Ronkonkoma-bound trains leaving Farmingdale for Ronkonkoma between am and am and no Penn Station-bound trains originating in Ronkonkoma from pm and pm.

There is though just one reverse peak train that originates in Farmingdale during these two gaps of service. The station is the terminus and originating point of a few more trains as well. The station has two car side platforms that were built with electrification in the mids.

These platforms begin at the grade crossing of Secatogue Avenue and run east, the Secatogue end of the platforms up from the grade crossing is where each has its wheelchair ramp. The large brick depot is dominated by a brick tower rising above it that was added in to be the substation for the Amityville to Huntington Trolley Line that only operated until A wide gabled awning roof surrounds the station with a bit of a porch on each side that extends a short distance from each side of the building.

The station is at street level so the platform gets a bit narrower by the building. In the eastern wing of the station is a waiting room and former ticket office.

This room was rebuilt at some point and has non-historic light blue tiled walls and an acoustic tile and florescent lighting ceiling. The windows and doors and the remains of the ticket window have historical looking maroon trim. Benches are wooden subway-style ones. The waiting room is open all day am to pm weekdays, until pm on weekends. The entire Ronkonkoma-bound platform is along Atlantic Avenue with staircases down at regular intervals to this street.

A parking lot is behind the depot. On the east side of the depot are two staircases one arrives closer to the platform, the other into the parking lot that lead down to an underground pedestrian tunnel.

This tunnel has generic cream-colored walls and leads up to a generic portal with a small gabled roof at street-level along the City-bound platform.

The City-bound platform is along a smaller parking lot for about half its length with a number of staircases, the eastern end has no further access with a freight track opposite the platform. The only amenities for waiting passengers on the platforms themselves are a few shelters, some are the normal silver design, others are white.

There is one near the ramp entrance to the Ronkonkoma-bound platform and two on the New York-bound platform. A platform sign on the eastbound platform at Farmingdale with the station parking lot in the background A platform sign on the eastbound platform at Farmingdale with the station parking lot in the background DM Dual-Locomotive , bound for Ronkonkoma, running instead of electric service because of construction waits at Farmingdale for its scheduled departure time. DM Dual-Locomotive , bound for Ronkonkoma, running instead of electric service because of construction waits at Farmingdale for its scheduled departure time DM Dual-Locomotive , bound for Ronkonkoma, running instead of electric service because of construction waits at Farmingdale for its scheduled departure time.

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LIRR FARMINGDALE PDF

The single-track characteristic of the line beyond Farmingdale means Farmingdale station receives service basically hourly or better throughout the day but there are large gaps in reverse commute service with no Ronkonkoma-bound trains leaving Farmingdale for Ronkonkoma between am and am and no Penn Station-bound trains originating in Ronkonkoma from pm and pm. There is though just one reverse peak train that originates in Farmingdale during these two gaps of service. The station is the terminus and originating point of a few more trains as well. The station has two car side platforms that were built with electrification in the mids. These platforms begin at the grade crossing of Secatogue Avenue and run east, the Secatogue end of the platforms up from the grade crossing is where each has its wheelchair ramp.

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These projects are one piece of Governor Andrew M. LIRR stations are an ongoing part of the history and landscape of each community they serve. Artwork was commissioned for Wantagh Station that references the surrounding community and enhances the architecture and beauty. Details on the artist and the artwork can be found below. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this station, originally built in , has long been a part of this community. Its facade was fully restored to its original historical brick architecture, capturing and preserving its history and character.

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