Monmouth Park station
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The Monmouth Park station in 2010. Monmouth Park station has no asphalt platform and consists of benches and shelter, with a gravel platform.
|Location||Port-Au-Peck Avenue at Myrtle Avenue
Oceanport, New Jersey
|Owned by||New Jersey Transit|
|Platforms||1 side platform|
Railway service to Monmouth Park can be traced as far back as 1892. There were two stations: a diesel-only terminal station, and an electric-compatible station. The diesel-only stop is closer to the entrance of Monmouth Park where the special Pony Express service terminated, until the end of the 2005 racing season. That service was discontinued afterwards and so this area is no longer used as a train station (since filled over). During the 2007 Breeders Cup, the area where the single-track station is located served as a hospitality center/entrance.
The mainline electrified station is located approximately 1/4 mile from the track's main entrance on Port Au Peck Avenue. This station is served at least once an hour from approximately 10:30 a.m. until approximately 7 p.m. every day during racing season.
|■ North Jersey Coast Line||no stop|
|■ North Jersey Coast Line||← toward New York or Hoboken (Little Silver)
toward Bay Head (Long Branch) →
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