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Southold is a simple station stop, the second to last, on the Greenport Line. It consists of a single modern high-level platform built in about 1999 that can only fit a car and a half. This platform is along the one main line track with a second siding just beyond the platform for industry. This modern platform is located just west of the grade-crossing of Youngs Avenue in the center of Southold. It has a single staircase and a ramp up to it from a small parking lot with maybe 10 parking spaces, all just beyond Traveler Street. The platform has the usual green railings and a small waiting area enclosed by windscreens with brown and cream framework that have a small canopy extending over a tiny portion of the platform.
All Photos: 25 October, 2014

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Approaching the station across a parking lot
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The small parking lot with a car, is the extend of this small station
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A bike rack at the grade-crossing of Youngs Avenue
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An information board for local Seaview Trails that start at the station
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The LIRR information panel on the platform
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Mainline and siding at the station
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The shelter waiting area
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A small platform sign
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On the long ADA ramp off the platform
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Streight for All Trains or via Ramp
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The bike rack at the station
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C3 Cab-Car #5016 approaching on a Ronkonkoma-bound Scoot Shuttle
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C3 Cab-Car #5016 crosses over the grade-crossing into the station, leading a two car train
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The blur of C3 Cab-Car #5016 entering the station
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