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Which LIRR Stations require you to change to certain cars?


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Yuki, if you're asking what I think you're asking:

 

Jamaica is a major transfer station on the L.I.R.R..

 

Huntington, Ronkonkama and Babylon see a change to diesels for the runs to Port Jefferson, Greenport and Montauk.

 

Pinelawn is a short length L.I.R.R. station and not all cars open their doors.

 

I believe Woodside and Hicksville also are transfer stations on the L.I.R.R..

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I believe Woodside and Hicksville also are transfer stations on the L.I.R.R..

 

You are correct....Woodside you can transfer for the (7)<7> and train to Port Washington or any Port Washington Branch stations!

 

Hicksville you can also transfer for the train to Port Jefferson!

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Hollis Station on the Hempstead Branch

Glen Street Station Oyster Bay Branch

Kew Gardens Station,Forest Hills Station can platform 4 car MU trains and Oyster Bay Branch stations with the exception of Glen Street Station,can hold 4 car length C3 Bi-Level diesel trains

any of the stations on the Montauk Branch,passed Babylon and Bayshore Stations which can platform 12 cars,are 4 to 6 cars long

I believe stations passed Ronkonkoma Station are short,not too sure

Port Jefferson stations passed Huntington Station are short as well

usually on Montauk,Oyster Bay and Port Jefferson trains one has to walk up to the front cars to get off at the above mentioned stations if sitting on the last few cars

hope this helps

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Yuki, if you're asking what I think you're asking:

 

Jamaica is a major transfer station on the L.I.R.R..

 

Huntington, Ronkonkama and Babylon see a change to diesels for the runs to Port Jefferson, Greenport and Montauk.

 

Pinelawn is a short length L.I.R.R. station and not all cars open their doors.

 

I believe Woodside and Hicksville also are transfer stations on the L.I.R.R..

Yes Woodside Station LIRR is a last transfer point for Port Washington Branch trains and a transfer to the 61 Street-Woodside Station(7)<7> IRT subway,not a free transfer i believe,can anyone confirm this?

Hicksville is a terminal station for some MU trains with a connection to a Port Jefferson diesel train

other times at Huntington Station

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Here's all the platform lengths:

 

Long Island City - 2

Hunterspoint Ave - 10

Woodside - 12

Forest Hills-Kew Gardens - 4

Jamaica-Hillside - 12

New Hyde Park-Merrilon Av. - 10

Mineola-Ronkonkoma - 12, except Pinelawn with 2 and Hicksville Track 3 with 14

East of Ronkonkoma - 1.5

 

Rockville Center-Massapequa Park - 12, except Bellmore with 14

Amityville-Lindenhurst - 10

Babylon-Bay Shore - 12

Islip-Oakdale - 4

Sayville-Patchouge - 6

Bellport - 1.5

Mastic-Shirley-Speonk - 4

Westhampton - 8

East of Westhampton - 6, except Southampton with 8 and Amangasett with 1.5

 

East Williston - 12

East of East Williston - 4, except Glen Street with 1.5

 

Hollis - 4

Queens Village-Bellerose - 8

Floral Park - Mainline 1 has 8 cars, rest has 10

Stewart Manor-Country Life Press - 10

Hempstead - 8

 

Syosset - 12

Cold Spring Harbor - Platform A has 12, Platform B has 8

Huntington - 12

Greenlawn - same as Cold Spring Harbor

Northport-Stony Brook - 12

Port Jefferson - 10

 

Locust Manor-Valley Stream - 8

Gibson - 10

Hewlett - Track 1 has 10 cars, Track 2 has 8 cars

Woodmere-Far Rockaway - 10, except Inwood with 6

 

West Hempstead Branch is 4, except West Hempstead with 6

 

Lynbrook Platform A is 10 cars, Platform B is 8 cars

Long Beach Branch is 10 cars, except Oceanside with 8 and Long Beach tracks 5 and 6 with 8.

 

Nostrand Av. - 6

East New York - 10

 

Mets-Willets Point - Tracks 1 through 4 are 8 and 5/6 are 6

Flushing-Port Washington - 10, except Murray Hill with 4 and Broadway track 1 with 8

 

Belmont Park - 8

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I'm pretty sure that Jamaica can only platform 10 cars, because I've had to go to Pinelawn (which only platforms the last two cars) and the last half of the last car on 12 car trains would never make it in.

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Port Jefferson stations passed Huntington Station are short as well

 

All Port Jeff stations are 12 cars except:

 

•Cold Spring Harbor and Greenlawn's south platforms are 8 cars and Greenlawns is unused

•Port Jeff is 10 cars

 

usually, despite adequate platform length, 4-6car trains are run (except for DM trains, which run 8-10 cars), requiring passengers changing at Jamaica, Hicksville, or Huntington to walk forward because of this. Personally, this is my biggest pet peeve of riding the Lirr

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