Glen Head is located in the small center of this hamlet. The station has two high-level platforms that lie midway between the grade crossings of Glen Head Road and Locust Avenue. Each has the modern green fencing and a single shelter for protection from the elements. Both of the platforms have connections to both of these grade crossings and they provide the only way to cross between the platforms. The previously used low-level platforms are still clearly in existence but fenced off with a few older LIRR era lampposts and a sign just south of the Glen Head Road grade crossing and north of the existing platforms. The Oyster Bay-bound platform is set back from Railroad Avenue that provides the pedestrian connection between the two grade crossings, with multiple staircases and a ramp down to the parking spaces on this street. School Road and Prospect Street end at this street. The New York-bound platfrom's southern end begins with a pathway with LIRR lighting along the tracks from the Locust Avenue grade crossing to a staircase up to then southern end of the platform. The other entrance is at the northern end, with a ramp and staircase down to some parking and Walnut Avenue that follows the former low level platform to the Glen Head Road grade crossing. It ends just before the station's small depot, with a waiting room open from 5am to 2pm. This depot looks like a pink little cottage with white shutters some dilapidated along the windows. There are even a few window boxes with plants growing in them. It was built in 1961, and is the third depot to serve the location (Long Island Station History, Trains are fun). The interior looks straight out of the 1960s with two sets of grey plastic bucket benches and green tiled walls. There is still a metal grate covering the ticket window that closed in April 1996 (Carole Paquette 'L.I.R.R. Moving to Drop 32 More Ticket Windows' The New York Times, Jaunary 14, 1996, Link).