Basic Info

Opened: 1837

Rebuilt: 1873, 1909, 1962, 2016-2018

Branch(es): Ronkonkoma/Greenport, Huntington/Port Jefferson.

City Terminal Zone(s): Atlantic Terminal & Penn Station.

State: New York


I don't know what to say about this station other than it is elevated. There's an original New York Penn Station Eagle there, which is amazing, but other than that, there's nothing else to say. I think it must be because I was a bit demotivated to think of good/cool things about this station.


Photo(s) taken on 05/16/2020

That is a Penn Station eagle. This was once on one of the facades at the original New York Penn Station. Unfortunately, from 1963 to around 1965&45;1968, NY Penn Station was demolished, but multiple eagles were preserved, including this one. This specific eagle is in the parking lot of Hicksville Station.
Plaque #1
Plaque #2
Pointing West.
Here's a close up of one of the station signs just in case you wanted to compare this sign with my sign.
This station provides a great view of the buildings next to it, like this one, the NYCB Plaza.
Another great view of the other buildings.
Pointing East.
Another close up of one of the station signs.
Here's one of the waiting rooms. It has "Hicksville" imprinted onto one of the glass panes.



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