Another view of the Rockaway Beach line's power station. The building is an old brick structure, with the words "Long Island Rail Road" etched in stone.
Frequent Oldnyc.com contributor Neil Sullivan adds: "The substation
is still used for LIRR business. There is a large door in the side of the
building. On the floor by the door are some rails."
A view of the southbound and northbound platforms. This portion of the platform resides on top of the Atlantic Avenue trestle. Notice the steel beam that runs the length of the platform. The track bed, ties, and rails are in fairly good shape in this area.
A view of the northbound platform, overlooking the eastbound section of Atlantic Avenue. The station hovers high above Atlantic Avenue, in order to allow commercial vehicles pass below.
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