St. Albans (LIRR station)

Saint Albans is a station on the Long Island Rail Road's Montauk Branch located in the St. Albans neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens. It is located at Linden Boulevard and Montauk Place (named for the railroad right-of-way). The station has an island platform bounded by a track in each direction. The station has had a recent renovation, including new lighting and new waiting benches. The platform can hold only the front most six cars on a train. There is a secondary exit at the south end leading to the midblock of Montauk Place.


While the station is listed on timetables and maps as being served by West Hempstead Branch trains, the majority of service from the station is provided by Babylon Branch trains. West Hempstead Branch trains only serve the station on weekday mornings (which are westbound trains), while Babylon Branch trains serve it daily from around 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM on a bihourly basis during off peak periods. The station sees no late night service.

The station is located within Zone 3 and is within the boundaries of the CityTicket program.


Saint Albans Station was built on July 1, 1898, then razed in 1935 as part of a grade elimination project. The current elevated structure was opened either on October 22, or October 23, 1935.

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