Stapleton (Staten Island Railway station)

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Staten Island Railway rapid transit station
Stapleton vc.jpg
station platform
Station statistics
Address Bay Street & Prospect Street
Staten Island, NY 10304
Borough Staten Island
Locale Stapleton
Coordinates 40°37′40″N 74°04′31″W / 40.627889°N 74.075139°W / 40.627889; -74.075139Coordinates: 40°37′40″N 74°04′31″W / 40.627889°N 74.075139°W / 40.627889; -74.075139
Services SIR Main Line
Transit connections Bus transport New York City Bus: S51, S52, S74, S76, S78, S81, S84, S86
Structure Elevated
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened July 31, 1884[1]
Station succession
Preceding station   MTA NYC logo.svg Staten Island Railway   Following station
toward St. George
Main Line

Stapleton is an elevated Staten Island Railway station in the neighborhood of Stapleton, Staten Island, New York, located at Beach Street and Bay Street on the main line.

Station layout[edit]

Southbound Main toward Tottenville (Clifton)
Island platform, doors will open on the left
Northbound Main toward St. George (Tompkinsville)
G Street level Exit/Entrance

This station opened on July 31, 1884, with the extension of the SIRT from Vanderbilt's Landing to Tompkinsville.[1] Stapleton was rehabilitated in 1936.[2]

The station has an island platform and two tracks. The north end has an exit to Prospect Street and a New York City Department of Transportation Park and Ride facility to the west side of the right-of-way (next to Bay Street).[3] The south end exits to Water Street and Bay Street.[2] South of the station, yard tracks can be seen entering the line on the Saint George-bound side.[4] This is the connection to the Clifton Yard, and where the railway cars are moved to and from the New York City Transit Authority system by truck.


  1. ^ a b Irvin Leigh and Paul Matus (December 23, 2001). "SIRT The Essential History". p. 6. Retrieved 2009-03-03. 
  2. ^ a b "Google Maps". Google Maps. 
  3. ^ "Google Maps". Google Maps. 
  4. ^ "Google Maps". Google Maps. 

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