Bradley Beach is a station with a historic 1912 brick station house designed by engineer Joesph O. Osgood. This building has arched windows, and a green roof that has canopies extending over (with metal support structures) providing porches on each side of the building. These cover the stations TVMs that are out in the open. The station was restored in 1997 according to a plaque on the depot. Inside the depot is now the Back in Time Cafe, and no waiting area for rail passengers. The depot is set back with bricks defining the space in front of the depot and the northbound platform, and also forming a short crosswalk behind the depot and the driveway, connecting the depot to a small town green and Main Street just east of it, parallel to the train tracks.
The platforms themselves are short low-level platforms (350 feet, enough for 3-4 cars to platform) nestled between the grade-crossings of Brinley Avenue and Lariene Avenue. The northbound platform has the depot for shelter for waiting passengers, while the southbound platform is basically just a wider than normal (with asphalt and not normal sidewalk pavers) sidewalk along Memorial Drive parallel to the rail line.
All Photos taken on 9 June, 2013 on a trip by bicycle