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Centre Avenue

Centre Avenue (LIRR station)

{{Infobox Station | name=Centre Avenue | style=LIRR | image= | image_size= | image_caption= | address= | line= | other=Lynbrook Taxi | platform=2 | tracks=2 | parking=Yes | bicycle= | baggage_check= | passengers= | pass_year= | pass_percent= | pass_system= | opened= 1898 | closed= | rebuilt= | ADA=yes | code= | owned=MTA | zone=7 | former=South Lynbrook (1898-1924) | services= |} | mpassengers= }} Centre Avenue station is one of two railroad stations in Lynbrook, New York. Unlike Lynbrook station, Centre Avenue station exclusively serves the Long Beach Branch of the Long Island Rail Road. The station is officially located at Forest Avenue between Rocklyn and Centre Avenues, one block East of Atlantic Avenue (20.0 miles to Penn Station).

The station was opened in 1898, and originally known as South Lynbrook Station until 1924, when it was renamed after Centre Avenue. Though the station is wheelchair-accessibile for the handicapped, as is every station between Valley Stream and Long Beach, it is little more than some ground-level platforms with some shelters, and a ticket vending kiosk. Parking is available primarily for residents of either Lynbrook or East Rockaway, with residential permits.

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