Little Neck is a station on
the Long Island Rail Road's
Port Washington Branch in the
Little Neck section of Queens, the last
station in the branch in New York City. The station is located at Little Neck Parkway
and 39th Road, about half a mile (800 m) north of Northern Boulevard, and is 14.5 miles
(23.3 km) from Penn Station in Midtown
The station house is unusual for this line in
standing on the south (eastbound) side. The station is part of the
program, and is located in
Little Neck Parkway at the west end of the station crosses the line
at the only at-grade railroad
on the Port Washington Branch. A pedestrian overpass,
located at mid-platform, links the eastbound and westbound
platforms. The original station house was built in 1870 by the
Flushing and North Side
, and replaced by another one in 1890. It is now
located on a local street off of Northern Boulevard
Platform and track configuration
This station has two high-level side platforms each 10 cars long.
platform, adjacent to Track 1, is generally used by westbound or
Manhattan-bound trains. The south platform,
adjacent to Track 2, is generally used by eastbound or Nassau
The Port Washington Branch has
two tracks at this location.
New York City Bus
MTA Long Island
- Q79: Floral Park-Little
- N20: Flushing-Hicksville.
- N21: Flushing-Glen Cove.