Bridgehampton is a station along the Montauk Branch of the Long Island Railroad. It is located at Maple Lane and Butter Lane, in Bridgehampton, New York. The LIRR also includes the fact that the station is 1/4 mile North of Montauk Highway as part of the official address.

Bridgehampton Station opened in June 1870 for the Sag Harbor Branch, and was burned to the ground on July 6, 1884. Another station replaced it the same year, and on June 1, 1895 began to serve the Montauk Extension[1]. The Sag Harbor Branch was abandoned in 1940. The station was closed between 1958, and January 1959, and razed in May 1964. In 1968 the station was replaced with a shelter, but another one high-level platforms was built between 2000-2001 [2]


[hide]*1 Platform and track configuration

[edit] Platform and track configurationEdit

This station has one six-car-long high-level side platform on the south side of the tracks. The Montauk Branch has two tracks at this location. The north track, not adjacent to the platform, is a siding.

[edit] Bus ConnectionsEdit

Suffolk Transit

  • S92: Orient Point-East Hampton
  • 10B: Bridgehampton Commons-Springs

Hampton Jitney