Freeport is a major railroad station along the Babylon Branch of the Long Island Rail Road. It is located in Freeport Plaza between Henry Street and Benson Place just north of NY 27 in Freeport, New York.

Freeport Station was originally built on October 28, 1867, and is among many of the stations along the Babylon Branch that were elevated throughout Nassau and Western Suffolk Counties during the 1960s, in this case 1961. The current Freeport Station replaced a structure that was built in in 1899, which itself replaced the original 1867 station built by the South Side Railroad of Long Island. Some afternoon rush-hour trains terminate at Freeport; and some morning rush-hour trains originate at Freeport.

[edit] Platform and track configurationEdit

This station has one 12-car-long high-level island platform serving trains in both directions. The rail line has two tracks at this location, in addition to two layover tracks.

[edit] Bus ConnectionsEdit

MTA Long Island Bus

  • N4: Jamaica-Freeport
  • N19: Freeport-Babylon
  • N36: Lynbrook-Freeport
  • N40: Freeport-Mineola
  • N41: Freeport-Mineola
  • N43: Freeport-Roosevelt Field
  • N62: Freeport Loop & South Freeport Industrial Loop
  • N88: Jones Beach Summer service

Trailways Transportation System

  • Adirondack Trailways
  • Pine Hills Trailways