|Location||Lincoln Avenue & Railroad Avenue|
Roslyn Heights, NY
|Owned by||Long Island Rail Road|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Connections||Nassau Inter-County Express: n23, n27|
|Opened||January 23, 1865|
|Rebuilt||June – July 1887, 1988 (moved)|
In 1882, the LIRR attempted to extend the former Flushing and North Side Railroad main line between the Great Neck and Roslyn stations. This proposal dates back to an F&NS subsidiary, called the "Roslyn and Huntington Railroad", ultimately failed, and that line was instead extended to Port Washington in 1898. In the meantime, Roslyn station was moved in 1885, in order to accommodate a new freight station, and the station was rebuilt between June and July of 1887.
Free parking is available on the west side of the station.
The Roslyn LIRR station has two high-level side platforms, each being long enough to accommodate four train cars.
- Average weekday, 2006 LIRR Origin and Destination Study
- The Long Island Rail Road: The age of expansion, 1863-1880 Vincent Seyfried Page 203
- Pride in Port: The Jekyll & Hyde Branch of the Long Island Railroad; Part Two (Forgotten NY.com)
- 1937 Image of Roslyn station with freight house on the opposite side of the tracks
- LIRR Station History (TrainsAreFun.com) Archived 2017-05-26 at the Wayback Machine
- Morrison, David; Pakaluk, Valerie (2003). Long Island Rail Road Stations. Images of Rail. Arcadia Publishing. ISBN 9780738511801.
- "Parking, Bus, and Taxi Information" (PDF). Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved 2020-08-15.
- Unofficial LIRR History Website(June 2006 Photos):
- Early 20th Century Postcard (TrainsAreFun.com)
- Platforms from Google Maps Street View
- Station House (Interior) from Google Maps Street View