|Babylon Rail Road|
|Type||Horsecar, then Streetcar|
|Track gauge||4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm)|
The line's main purpose was to provide transportation between the Long Island Rail Road station at the north end of the village center, to ferries for Jones Beach and Fire Island destinations. In 1910 Babylon Railroad established a second line to Amityville Station. They also planned a connection to the South Shore Traction Company (later Suffolk Traction Company) in Sayville, New York that was never built. By 1918, the original line of the Babylon railroad ceased to operate, and the Babylon-Amityville Line was terminated two years later.
- "The 100th Anniversary of the (Amityville-Babylon) Trolley Line". Amityville Historical Society and Lauder Museum. Archived from the original on March 15, 2012.
- Meyers, Stephen L. (2006). "Five: The South Shore Lines and a Surprise". Images of Rail: Lost Trolleys of Queens and Long Island.