LIRR STATION DESIGN TYPES  
RAYMOND LOEWY BRICK DESIGNED DEPOTS

Cold Spring Harbor - View E 1950s Archive: Brad Phillips

Kings Park Station - View W 1980's (Lindauer-Lynch)

 


New Hyde Park Station - LIRRer 5/1948
Archive: Dave Morrison

CONCRETE BLOCK DESIGN DEPOTS

RS3 #1559  Train #204 Central Islip Station
10/01/1967  Note: The GLF (Grange League Federation) grain elevator behind the station. Central Islip was one of several Goodfellow-era passenger (and freight) stations and towers built of inexpensive cinderblocks. Photo/Archive: Richard Maske

Bethpage Station -View NW - 1967 Photo/Archive: Dave Keller

Wyandanch Station -View SE  1966  Photo/Archive: Dave Keller

Far Rockaway Station - View W 6/1964

West Hempstead Station - View S 12/26/2003 Archive: William Gilligan
 
DUTCH COLONIALS
Dutch Colonial is a style of domestic architecture, primarily characterized by gambrel roofs in which the plane of the roof on both sides of the central ridge is broken roughly halfway down, with the lower half of each side falling at a steeper pitch toward the eave; with the majority having curved eaves along the length of the house.

Amagansett Station - View SE  9/27/1956  Archive: Dave Keller

Bayside Station 1924 
Photo: James V. Osborne Archive: Dave Morrison

Bay Shore Station - View N 1912 Archive: Dave Morrison

Flowerfield Station - View NW  c.1953 Archive: Dave Morrison

Mineola Station - rear view 1966 Photo/Archive: Dave Keller

Northport Station- LIRR #113 1952 Photo: John Krause

Riverhead Station LIRR valuation photo rear view NE with the freight house visible at the far right.  10/1917 Archive: Dave Keller

Sag Harbor Station near completion 1910 - View NW
Archive: Dave Keller
Good Ground (Hampton Bays)
BRICK STATION TYPES
Typical of many LIRR stations of the late-Victorian era: Amityville, Bushwick, Corona, Easthampton, East Williston, Elmhurst, Glen Head, Little Neck, Patchogue, Roslyn, Sea Cliff, and Woodhaven Jct. It contains a two-story red brick structure with an gabled-roof that extended into canopies on the sides, which contains elaborate gingerbread woodwork along the canopies. Info: Dave Keller

MORE BRICK STATIONS


Glen Head Station-View NE c.1905
Archive: Dave Keller
WOOD FRAME TYPES
Typical of many wooden frame LIRR stations of the late-Victorian era: Mineola, Bellmore, Central Islip, Eastport, Smithtown, etc. Archive: Dave Morrison

MORE WOOD FRAME STATIONS


St. James Station- LIRR #32 westbound 3/1953 Photo: John Krauss Archive: Dave Keller