Malverne Train Station Hempstead Ave & Utterby Rd, Malverne, NY11565 The Malverne train station is a stop on the Long Island Railroad, which provides service to residents commuting to New…More York City and other parts of Long Island. In the late 1800s, before the village was incorporated this stop on what was then called the Hempstead and Rockaway Railroad was known as Norwood Station. In 1911, it was used as a station for a battery-driven trolley that ran from Valley Stream to Hempstead known as the "Dinky," before the Long Island Railroad electrified this system in 1926. The station played a pivotal role in attracting newcomers to the area, who wanted to enjoy the suburban life offered by the quiet village while being a short train commute from Manhattan.
Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn 5 Freer St, Lynbrook, NY11563 Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn is a convenient and affordable hotel. Close to the Green Acres Mall, La Guardia Airport, fine…More dining restaurants, the LIRR and more shopping, the hotel offers something to all travelers. All rate types are available based on your traveling/commuting needs. Check-in and check-out is at noon. For reservations you may visit the website or call the reception desk.
Hamco New York 451 Hempstead Tpke, West Hempstead, NY11552 This small storefront is actually a warehouse serving a niche market. Hamco is a paper products and office supply…More distributor that prides itself on having necessary items, such as inked ribbons, in stock and delivering them on time to businesses throughout Long Island and the metropolitan area. Hamco provides restaurants with their register paper, placemats, crayon packs for young guests, and much more. Owner Jim Brymer lives around the corner and enjoys his short commute to work each day.
Gaddis Park Foster Ave & Motley St, Malverne, NY11565 Located in the Westwood section of Malverne, Gaddis Park is comprised of playgrounds, bike paths and a basketball court.…More The park is named in honor of Hamilton Gaddis, the first elected mayor of Malverne who governed the village during a very tumultuous time. With his wise fiscal decisions, Mayor Gaddis was able to steer the village through the Great Depression and save it from bankruptcy. The Westwood station of the Long Island Rail Road is adjacent to the park. Residents without commuter passes can only use the parking lots near the train station on weekends and holidays.