| 308 spaces|
Bee-Line Bus System
| 398 Elwood Avenue
Hawthorne, NY, 10532-2503|
Bee-Line Bus System: 15
389 Elwood Ave, Hawthorne, NY 10532, USA
Mount Pleasant, Valhalla, Pleasantville, Tenmile River, Dover Plains
The Hawthorne Metro-North Railroad station serves the residents of Hawthorne, New York, via the Harlem Line. Trains leave or arrive approximately every 20 minutes during peak periods, hourly otherwise. It is 28.2 miles (45 km) from Grand Central Terminal and the average travel time to Grand Central is 44 minutes.
This station is located in the Zone 5 Metro-North fare zone.
Hawthorne (Metro-North station) Wikipedia
Rail service in Hawthorne can be traced as far back as 1847, when the New York and Harlem Railroad built a line and a railroad station with the name "Unionville", the former name of Hawthorne itself. The railroad and the station became part of the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad in 1864 and was eventually taken over by the New York Central Railroad. By the early 20th century, when Rose Hawthorne Lathrop established a home for victims of incurable cancer, the community and the station were renamed "Hawthorne". As with most of the Harlem Line, the merger of New York Central with Pennsylvania Railroad in 1968 transformed the station into a Penn Central Railroad station. Penn Central's continuous financial despair throughout the 1970s forced them to turn over their commuter service to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which made it part of Metro-North in 1983. At some point, the station was remodeled and moved about 100-foot (30 m) from its original location.
This station has one eight-car-long high-level island platform serving trains in both directions.