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.
Maria Casvikes, DDS 322 Hempstead Ave, Malverne, NY11565 Dr. Maria Casvikes is a dentist working at the Malverne Dentalworks office. As a general dentist, Dr. Casvikes…More offers cleanings, fillings, drilling and more. Her office is walking distance from the Long Island Railroad.
Dentalworks 322 Hempstead Ave, Malverne, NY11565 Dentalworks is a general dentistry office offering services in cleanings, fillings, drilling and more.…More Dentalworks is a short walk from the Malverne stop on the Long Island Railroad amd the office is headed up by Dr. Maria Casvikes.
Trainland 293 Sunrise Hwy, Lynbrook, NY11563 Founded in 1968, Trainland sells a variety of trains, models, and railroad contruction kits. The…More Lynbrook store is the second retail location as well as the only Trainland on Long Island. The store also allows customers to exchange their old cars and trains, and takes e-mail sales: <a href="mailto:orders@Trainworld.com">orders@Trainworld.com</a>.