Elmhurst was a station stop along the Port Washington Branch of the Long Island Rail Road. It was located on Broadway between Cornish and Whitney Avenues in the Elmhurst section of Queens, New York City. The first depot opened as Newtown around 1855 by the Flushing Railroad, later renamed Elmhurst around June, 1897 and razed around 1888. The second depot opened around December, 1888 and razed around 1927. The elevated and third depot opened around 1927 and the station stop and depot was finally closed and razed on January 1, 1985.[1] It stood on the east side of Broadway, a block south of the Elmhurst Avenue subway station.