By Nicholas Kalis
Twenty-three in a series of glimpses into industries or warehouses that made for interesting freight operations on the Long Island. Information presented has included, where available, a brief history of the firm, how it was served by the LIRR, and what commodities were received or shipped from this facility.
This article is a bit different from the others in this series as it focuses on a yard instead of an industry.
Much of this information was obtained from the photo to the right.
The best way to model the bridge operator's office and the attached shed may be to kitbash Walther’s Part 933-2810 MSRP$29.98 pictured below.
Author Unknown Maps of Freight Stations and Private Sidings (Reprint) June 1966