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Distances shown from Pennsylvania Station. However, in LIRR maps and schedules for public use the term Montauk Branch refers to the line east of Babylon ; the line west of there is covered by Babylon Branch schedules, [1] and many Montauk Brach trains operate via the Main Line due to increased track capacities.

The westernmost portion of the Montauk Branch in Queens, known as the "Lower Montauk", runs between Long Island City and Jamaica stations , mostly at street level with grade crossings. This portion had nine stations, four of which were closed by The remaining five stations Richmond Hill , Glendale , Fresh Pond , Haberman , and Penny Bridge were closed on March 13, , [3] due to low ridership and incompatibility with then-new C3 bi-level coach cars that can only use high platforms only Richmond Hill had an actual platform, the other four stations' platforms were just pavement strips beside the tracks.

After these stations closed, the LIRR continued to use the Lower Montauk to operate express trains between Jamaica and Long Island City; there were only two such trains at the time of the station closures, one westbound in the morning, and one eastbound in the evening. These two trains were re-routed north to Hunterspoint Avenue in , effectively ceasing passenger train service on the Lower Montauk.

Soon after, full control of the Lower Montauk was transferred to the New York and Atlantic Railway for freight operations. After Penn Station opened in the Lower Montauk became the freight route, and when the present Jamaica station opened in the two Lower Montauk tracks continued past the south side of the station, south of Hall tower and the south Union Hall Street platform and on to Holban Yard. The Montauk Branch east of Jamaica is 0.

The portion between Jamaica and Babylon stations has been electrified since , and electric trains to Babylon are often identified as a separate service, the Babylon Branch. It is grade-separated on embankments or elevated structures.

The Montauk Line has heavy ridership and frequent service as far as Patchogue station and commuter service as far as Speonk station. In the summer, with travelers going out to The Hamptons , Fire Island and other beaches, additional service is operated to the far eastern terminal at Montauk, such as the Cannonball , a Friday afternoon train departing from Penn Station originally Hunterspoint Avenue and running non-stop to Westhampton station in Westhampton.

The electrified portion of the Montauk Branch ends in the village of Babylon. Some of the Montauk's diesel trains begin or end their runs at Babylon station, connecting with electric trains there. The terminal stations in diesel territory, east of Babylon, are Patchogue, Speonk, and Montauk. The Montauk Branch is double-tracked from just east of Long Island City all the way through Babylon, becoming single track at Y Interlocking located east of the Sayville station a short section of track east of Long Island City is single tracked.

Only a few actually run via the Montauk Branch west of Babylon, under normal conditions on the Main Line. The last train to get hooped at PD was train on May 6, In their day, both of those villages were very busy, bustling ports.

Electrification of the Montauk Division from Jamaica to Babylon was completed on May 20, , [23] and normal operation began the next day. The Montauk station was initially near the center of a sleepy fishing village at the north end of Fort Pond where Austin Corbin built a pier in his unsuccessful effort to have trans-Atlantic ships dock there.

The Great Hurricane of devastated the terminus area and tore up sections of the roadbed. Southampton College was temporarily reinstated for the and U. Open U. At the conclusion of the tournament, the walkway was dismantled and the temporary platform was removed.

On April 16, , New York State Assemblyman Fred Thiele announced that funding to design improvements on the Montauk Branch would likely be included in the state budget.

The funding would be used by the LIRR to design three passing sidings to be installed on the line in single-track territory between Speonk and Montauk. The installation of passing sidings would allow for increased service on the South Fork Commuter Connection. Lower Montauk passing over Grand Avenue. West Hempstead Branch trains split off after St.

Babylon Branch trains terminate at Babylon, while Montauk Branch trains continue beyond. Many non-electric Montauk Branch trains that run express between Jamaica and Babylon run via the Main Line and Central Branch , with one rush hour roundtrip serving Mineola and Hicksville stations. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Long Island Rail Road branch. West Hempstead Branch. Babylon Branch. Montauk Branch. Main Line via Woodside.

Blissville Yard. Penny Bridge closed. Haberman closed. Navy Lead Track. Grand Avenue Lead Track. Bushwick Branch. Fresh Pond closed. Glendale closed. Ridgewood closed. Richmond Hill closed. Richmond Hill Team Track. Morris Park Facility. Zone 1 Zone 3. Atlantic Branch via Laurelton. Main Line. Springfield Gardens closed. Hempstead intermediate stops. Queens Nassau. Zone 3 Zone 4. Far Rockaway. West Hempstead. Port Jefferson intermediate stops. Long Beach. Zone 4 Zone 7.

Port Jefferson. Ronkonkoma via Main Line. Nassau Suffolk. Zone 7 Zone 9. Central Branch. Zone 9 Zone Bayport closed. Blue Point closed. Hagerman closed. Zone 10 Zone Brookhaven closed. Center Moriches closed. East Moriches closed. Manorville Branch.

Eastport closed. Zone 12 Zone Canoe Place closed. Shinnecock Hills closed. Southampton College closed. Water Mill closed. Sag Harbor Branch. Wainscott closed. Promised Land closed. This diagram: view talk edit. Main article: Babylon Branch. New York Times. Retrieved December 24, After years, Glendale saw its last train on Friday. New York City Department of Transportation. Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Brooklyn, NY. August 22, June 27, March 15, June 6,

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According to a post by the MTA LIRR on social media, service will run in three segments through Sunday, both east and westbound: The train between Penn Station and Patchogue, a bus bridge between Patchogue and Hampton Bays, and a shuttle train between Hampton Bays and Montauk; the shuttle trains will await the buses. According to a LIRR media representative, there is no service on the Montauk line east of Patchogue likely for the remainder of Saturday, at least. Service was interrupted after a Montauk bound train that left Penn Station at a. The non-revenue train was on a side track, and the Montauk train was traveling at approximately 30 mph. According to the Eastport Fire Department, the collision led to a "large fuel spill and derailment of both trains. The engine of the Montauk train and the last car of the non-revenue train derailed. The LIRR said it expects service east of Patchogue, including to the Hamptons and Montauk, to be suspended all day Saturday — customers should not go to Penn Station, Atlantic Terminal, Jamaica or their local station expecting service to resume east of Patchogue.

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Distances shown from Pennsylvania Station. However, in LIRR maps and schedules for public use the term Montauk Branch refers to the line east of Babylon ; the line west of there is covered by Babylon Branch schedules, [1] and many Montauk Brach trains operate via the Main Line due to increased track capacities. The westernmost portion of the Montauk Branch in Queens, known as the "Lower Montauk", runs between Long Island City and Jamaica stations , mostly at street level with grade crossings. This portion had nine stations, four of which were closed by The remaining five stations Richmond Hill , Glendale , Fresh Pond , Haberman , and Penny Bridge were closed on March 13, , [3] due to low ridership and incompatibility with then-new C3 bi-level coach cars that can only use high platforms only Richmond Hill had an actual platform, the other four stations' platforms were just pavement strips beside the tracks. After these stations closed, the LIRR continued to use the Lower Montauk to operate express trains between Jamaica and Long Island City; there were only two such trains at the time of the station closures, one westbound in the morning, and one eastbound in the evening. These two trains were re-routed north to Hunterspoint Avenue in , effectively ceasing passenger train service on the Lower Montauk.

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