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New Hyde Park is located along the Main Line, it like the other Main Line Stations is listed on the Port Jefferson Branch Timetable though Ronkonkoma Branch trains routinely serve the station. The station is the first Main Line station at street level after the line leaves the viaduct as the Hempstead Branch continues on its way. The Hempstead Branch station Stewart Manor is only six blocks south. The station is a simple two track side platform station with grade crossings at either end of the platform in addition to a historic-looking station house along the Westbound platform.

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(lynbrook1) A LIRR "If you were on the train you'd be there already." sign on the overpass at Lynbrook. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006 (lynbrook2) Looking down the Long Beach branch platform at Lynbrook. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006 (lynbrook3) Looking across to the Babylon Branch platform at Lynbrook. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006 (lynbrook4) A viaduct edge sign at Lynbrook Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006
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(lynbrook5) Looking across at Lynbrook a Penn Station-bound Babylon Branch train with M7s #7085 and #7230. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006 (lynbrook6) A train of M7s leaves Lynbrook's Babylon Platform bound for Penn Station. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006 (lynbrook7) M7 #7270 enters Lynbrook bound for Long Beach on track 2. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006 (lynbrook8) M7 #7270 enters Lynbrook bound for Long Beach on track 2. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006
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(lynbrook9) M1 #9128 the back Long Beach Branch train bound for Penn Station leaves Lynbrook after stopping. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006 (lynbrook10) M1 #9128 leaves Lynbrook. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006 (lynbrook11) Looking across to the Babylon Branch platform at Lynbrook also with a newly installed and working departures time sign. tPhoto by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006 (lynbrook12) M3 #9908 leads a Babylon Branch Express train bypassing Lynbrook. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006
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(lynbrook13) M3 #9908 screams through Lynbrook bypassing it. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006 (lynbrook14) M3 #9897 the last car of a Babylon Line train that has bypassed Lynbrook. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006 (lynbrook15) Two inbound trains approach Lynbrook to bypasses it both running towards New York to get ready for the PM rush hour: M1A #9679 on the Babylon Branch, and M1 #9555 from Long Beach. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006 (lynbrook16) Two inbound trains coming from different directions continue to approach Lynbrook. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 9 June, 2006
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