Bridgehampton (LIRR station)

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Bridgehampton LIRR Station-8.JPG
Image of the shelter along the platform of Bridgehampton station
Location Maple & Butter Lanes
Bridgehampton, New York
Coordinates 40°56′21″N 72°18′35″W / 40.939163°N 72.309646°W / 40.939163; -72.309646Coordinates: 40°56′21″N 72°18′35″W / 40.939163°N 72.309646°W / 40.939163; -72.309646
Owned by Long Island Rail Road
Platforms 1 side platform
Tracks 2
Connections Bus transport Suffolk County Transit: S92, 10B
Parking Yes
Bicycle facilities Yes
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone 14
Opened 1870
Rebuilt 1884, 1968, 2001
Passengers (2006) 8[1]
Preceding station   MTA NYC logo.svg LIRR   Following station
Montauk Branch
toward Montauk
Current and former locations
Watermill station Sag Harbor Branch Noyack Road station
Current and former locations
Watermill station Montauk Branch Wainscott station

Bridgehampton is a station along the Montauk Branch of the Long Island Rail Road. It is located at Maple Lane and Butter Lane, in Bridgehampton, New York. The Long Island Rail Road 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 it began to serve the Montauk Extension.[2] The Sag Harbor Branch was abandoned on May 3, 1939. The station was closed between 1958, and January 1959, and was razed in May 1964.[3] In 1968, the station was replaced with a shelter, but another one high-level platform was built between 2000-2001.[4]

Station layout[edit]

The station has one six-car-long high-level side platform on the south side of the main track; a siding is on the north side of the main track.

Ground/platform level
Exit/entrance and buses
Track 1 Montauk Branch toward Jamaica or Penn Station (Southampton)
Montauk Branch toward Montauk (East Hampton)
Side platform, doors will open on the left or right Handicapped/disabled access


  1. ^ Average weekday, 2006 LIRR Origin and Destination Study
  2. ^ "Latest Long Island News". Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Brooklyn, NY. June 1, 1895. p. 7. 
  3. ^ Fleming, Geoffrey K. (2003). Bridgehampton. Images of America. Charleston, SC: Omnibus. p. 19. ISBN 0738512184. Retrieved November 29, 2014. 
  4. ^ Long Island Railroad Station History ( Archived January 6, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.

External links[edit]

Media related to Bridgehampton (LIRR station) at Wikimedia Commons

East of the station, the former Sag Harbor Branch runs northeast of the Montauk Branch, north of the Lumber Lane railroad crossing.