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Goldens Bridge is a Metro-North station along the portion of the line that hugs I-684. The station is designed as a park & ride with 976 parking spaces in 4 different sprawling parking lots, primarily between the station and Old Bedford Road. An excess parking lot is even on the opposite side of I-684 with passengers required to use the sidewalk of Waccabuc Road/Route 138 to access it (even crossing an on-ramp to the highway). The platform has a single island platform for the two track line that begins with a covered staircase (that looks like it has been retrofitted since when the station opened in 1984) from the Waccabuc Road overpass and runs south, accommodating 8 cars. Unlike the rest of the Upper Hudson Line island platforms, this platform has two more pedestrian bridges off of it to the west parking lot. The middle one ADA accessible with a staircase and elevator access to each end of it. In the main drop-off area of the parking lot is a brick building that resembles a kiosk and contains a morning coffee and newsstand, Koolchick's Cafe. At the southern end of the platform there is a third enclosed pedestrian bridge providing additional access to the parking lot. The entire platform has a canopy structure that is painted green.
All Photos: 15 September, 2015

The train depature monitors
The TVM in the main overpass
The entrance to the middle overpass
Koolchick's Kaffe, only open during the morning rush hour
A bike rack and the more modern staircase the to the highway overpass to the overflow parking lot
The large main parking lot
The elevator from the main parking lot
Looking down the platform where it narrows do to a staircase
P32ACDM #211 pulls a Wassaic-bound diesel train into the station
P32ACDM #211 continues pulling a Wassaic-bound train to this stop
P32ACDM #211 comes to a stop at Goldens Bridge
Shoreliners come to a stop at Goldens Bridge
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