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Clarenceville station (LIRR), United States

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91 Avenue
NY 11418

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N40° 41' 31.2" W73° 50' 7.2"   (40.692, -73.835333333333)
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Clarenceville Station was a station on the Atlantic Branch, which ran along Atlantic Avenue, of the Long Island Rail Road, located west of 111th Street in the Richmond Hill section of Queens, New York City. Richmond Hill station to the north, at Jamaica Avenue and Lefferts Boulevard, was also originally named Clarenceville Station when it opened in 1868, but that name was changed in 1871.
Clarenceville was originally an 1874-built Atlantic Avenue Rapid Transit station that was reopened as an LIRR station in 1905 as part of the LIRR's electrification of the Atlantic Branch, and closed in 1939, when the branch was moved underground, along with Warwick Street, Autumn Avenue, Union Course, Woodhaven, Morris Park, and Dunton stations.


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Clarenceville station (LIRR)

Address: 91 Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11418, USA