List of former Long Island Rail Road lines

List Of Former Long Island Rail Road Lines

List of former Long Island Rail Road lines

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The North Shore Freight Branch ran from the Main Line at Sunnyside Yard west to the East River where Gantry Plaza State Park is now.

The Evergreen Branch connected the Bushwick Branch east of Bushwick Terminal with the Bay Ridge Branch north of East New York.

The Manhattan Beach Branch ran south from the Bay Ridge Branch at Flatbush to Manhattan Beach.

The Whitestone Branch split from the Port Washington Branch near Flushing and ran north and east to Whitestone.

The Woodside Branch ran north of the current Port Washington Branch between Woodside and east of the present Corona Yard west of the Flushing River. It also had a connecting spur to the Whitestone Branch.

The White Line, which was built by the LIRR subsidiary Newtown and Flushing Railroad ran south of the Port Washington Branch between Winfield Junction and Flushing between 1873 and 1876.

The Flushing Branch was a short spur southeast from the Port Washington Branch in Flushing. It began at Great Neck Junction along with the CRRLI, then broke away at College Point Boulevard, and terminated between Murray Hill and Broadway stations. It was once part of the White Line.

The Flushing Bay Freight Spur extended north from the......
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