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Broadway is a recently renovated LIRR station located in Northern Queens. The stop was renovated in between 2007 and 2009 and as a consequence lost its original concrete fencing, replaced by conventional white metal fencing. The station has two side platforms with a bridge over Northern Blvd (named Broadway until the 1930s, when it was renamed to avoid confusion with the Broadway in western Queens) and its intersection with 162 Street at the western end. Here each platform has staircases up to it from the Boulevard, continuing along the platforms we reach the large and white station house alongside the New York-bound platform that has a decently sized waiting area and bathrooms open Monday-Friday from 5am to 4pm, on Depot Road, on the east side of the station house ramps lead both up to both platforms and down to a pedestrian underpass that connects the platforms, the Port Washington-bound platform has quite a few staircases up to it from Station Road (the name of the street along the other side of the tracks) that rises up to the same level of the platform this includes a small walkway through some tress at its eastern end. Both platforms also have one small, red and cream shelter structure towards their western ends, but no canopied areas.
All photos in this section taken on 13 June, 2011

Art For Transit at 

Caledon Remnants, 2008

Ceramic and Glass Mosaic

By Jean Shin

2005 Pre-Renovation Photos
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2005 Pre-Renovation Photos
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