Mattituck (LIRR station)
Platform as seen in January 2010
|Location||Love Lane & Pike Street
Mattituck, New York
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Connections||Suffolk County Transit: S92|
|Bicycle facilities||Yes; Bicycle rack|
|Rebuilt||1878, 1958, 2001|
The station was originally named Mattetuck, and opened on July 29, 1844. It was rebuilt in 1878 and remodeled in 1944. The station house was closed in 1959 and razed in July 1967, but the station still remained active. When Cutchogue station was closed in June 1962, Mattituck station became one of two replacements, the other being the former Peconic station, which itself closed sometime in 1970. The station contained a total of three "produce storage" facilities, which still exists today, one of which is a real estate office. A new station with high-level platforms was built between 2000 and 2001, which many stations on the LIRR were getting at the time.
This station has one high-level side platform south of the tracks that is long enough for one and a half cars to receive and discharge passengers. The Main Line has three tracks at this location: one is a siding and one is a freight spur.
Exit/entrance and buses
|Track 1||← Greenport Branch toward Ronkonkoma (Riverhead)
Greenport Branch toward Greenport (Southold) →
|Side platform, doors will open on the left or right|
- Average weekday, 2006 LIRR Origin and Destination Study
- "The New York Traveller; Containing Railroad, Steamboat, Canal Packet, and Stage Routes Through the State of New York, Etc". 1 January 1845 – via Google Books.
- "Long Island Railroad Company; Completion and Opening of Road to Greenport; 96 Miles (1844)". TrainsAreFun.com.
- "LIRR Mattituck".