Woods of Arden
|Staten Island Railway station (rapid transit)|
|Address||Arden Avenue & Whaley Avenue|
Staten Island, NY 10312
|Services||SIR Main Line|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
Woods of Arden is an abandoned Staten Island Railway station in the neighborhood of Annadale, Staten Island, New York. The station opened in 1886 with a cost of $112.55. The station closed after 1894. This station was located in between the Annadale and Eltingville stops.
Woods of Arden was a Sunday summer resort that was used for picknicking, boating and swimming. The resort also included an inn. Erastus Wiman, who helped organize Staten Island Rapid Transit was directly involved with the resort, and had a station built to provide access.
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