Railroad Museum of Long Island (Riverhead)

416 Griffing Ave at the Tracks
Riverhead 11901
Phone: 631-727-7920
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Long Island wouldn't be quiet the same without the Long Island Rail Road. With two locations on the East End of Long Island, the Rail Road Museum of Long Island works hard to restore and preserve remnants pertaining to the history and growth of the LIRR. The two museum locations in question situated in Riverhead, a former lumber yard dated back to as early at 1885, and is where visitors will find restored rolling stock on display. The other in Greenport, adjacent to the active Greenport station, and features the original, but cosmetically restored, turntable used to direct trains to the area, other locomotive related artifacts and regularly changing exhibits. 

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