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Annadale (Staten Island Railway station)

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Services  SIR Main Line
Borough  Staten Island
Locale  Annadale
Tracks  2
Transit connections  New York City Bus: S55
Structure  Cut
Platforms in use  2
Annadale (Staten Island Railway station)
Opened  May 14, 1860, rebuilt 1939, 1990s
Address  Staten Island, NY 10312, United States
Similar  Eltingville, New Dorp, Pleasant Plains, Prince's Bay, Tower Hill

Annadale is a Staten Island Railway station in the neighborhood of Annadale, Staten Island, New York.

Station layout

The station is located in a shallow open cut at Annadale Road and Sneden Avenue on the main line. It has two side platforms and light orange color walls and tiles. Annadale opened on May 14, 1860 when the Staten Island Railway was extended from Eltingville, one stop to the north. Rebuilt in 1939, and again in the 1990s as part of an SIR-wide upgrade/platform lengthening project, the north end has a street-level brick stationhouse, while the south end, next to Belfield Avenue, has an overpass and stairs to each platform. On the northbound side, there is a second set of stairs that leads to an adjacent parking lot (run by the MTA as a park & ride facility) near Tenafly Avenue.


Annadale (Staten Island Railway station) Wikipedia

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