Noyack Road (LIRR station)

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Noyack Road
Station statistics
Address Sag Harbor Turnpike and Brick Kiln Road
Sag Harbor, New York
Coordinates 40°59′24″N 72°18′05″W / 40.990062°N 72.301423°W / 40.990062; -72.301423Coordinates: 40°59′24″N 72°18′05″W / 40.990062°N 72.301423°W / 40.990062; -72.301423
Line(s)
Other information
Opened 1906 (1906)
Closed May 3, 1939 (1939-05-03) (Branch closed)[1]
Electrified No
Formerly Lamb's Corner
Services
None (Closed)
Preceding station   MTA NYC logo.svg LIRR   Following station
Bridgehampton station Sag Harbor Branch
(current and former locations)
Sag Harbor station

Noyack Road was a railroad station on the Sag Harbor Branch of the Long Island Railroad in Sag Harbor, New York. While the branch opened in 1869, this station was not added until thirty seven years later in 1906 as "Lamb's Corner".[2][3][4] By 1915, it had been renamed as "Noyack Road".[5]

It was demolished with the rest of the branch shortly after service was withdrawn from the line in 1939.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SAG HARBOR BRANCH Part 5". http://www.arrts-arrchives.com/sagh5.html. ARRT'S ARRCHIVES. Retrieved August 6, 2012. "Long Island Railroad - NOTICE - Pursuant to a certificate of the Interstate Commerce Commission made March 23, 1939, in Finance Docket No. 12101 -- Long Island Railroad Company Abandonment -- all service on Sag Harbor Branch, between Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor will be discontinued on and after May 3, 1939." 
  2. ^ "Island News Notes". Suffolk County News (Sayville). June 29, 1906. p. 1. "A new station on the Long Island Railroad is Lamb's Corner, on the outskirts of the village of Sag Harbor. It is located at the Brick Kiln road crossing, and the accommodation train stops for any passenger who flag it." 
  3. ^ Vincent F. Seyfried, Robert M. Emery, Art Huneke, Jeff Erlitz, et al. "LONG ISLAND RAIL ROAD Alphabetical Station Listing and History". Retrieved August 7, 2012. 
  4. ^ "Sag Harbor Branch Part 3". ARRT's Archive. Retrieved August 7, 2012. 
  5. ^ Long Island Railroad Company (1915). Long Island and real life. Pennsylvania Station, New York City: Issued by the Passenger Department, Long Island Railroad. pp. 63, 94. "The Sea View House * ... * Railroad Station, Noyack Road ... The "Noyack Road Station" has been opened for the convenience of the guests of this house" 

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