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SPRINGFIELD     STATION


SPRINGFIELD   WAS   AN   ORIGINAL   STATION   OF   THE   NEW   YORK   &   ROCKAWAY   RAILROAD   AND
WAS   LOCATED   NORTH   OF   MERRICK   ROAD     -    TOP   LEFT   HAND   CORNER   OF   THIS   1873   MAP


THIS IS MERRICK ROAD CROSSING IN JULY 1910














IN MAY 1885 THE STATION WAS MOVED TO THE SOUTH SIDE OF SPRINGFIELD ROAD


IN   APRIL   AND   MAY   1889   THIS   BUILDING   WAS   ERECTED



THE UNIFORMED GENTLEMAN WITH THE FLAG IS THE L. I. R. R.
POLICE DEPARTMENT CROSSING WATCHMAN AT SPRINGFIELD ROAD

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AUTOMATIC SIGNALS WERE INSTALLED IN 1906, THIRD RAIL IN
1925 AND FLASHING LIGHT CROSSING PROTECTION ABOUT 1930


THE NUMBER 53 ON THIS MOW DEPARTMENT BUILDING IS PROBABLY THE SECTION NUMBER



SPRINGFIELD   GARDENS   STATION

IN EMPLOYE TIMETABLE NUMBER 107 OF OCTOBER 1927 THE NAME CHANGED TO SPRINGFIELD GARDENS

IN 1936 THE GRADE CROSSINGS WERE ELIMINATED - THE NEW STATION WAS COMPLETED JULY 24





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