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The Long Island Rail Road (reporting mark LI), often abbreviated as the LIRR, is a commuter ... The Long Island Rail Road Company was chartered in 1834 to provide a daily service between New York and Boston via a ferry connection ...

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The Long Island Rail Road is a railroad owned by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in ..... The company was partially owned by Willet Charlick, brother of the LIRR's Oliver Charlick. On October 28, 1867, it opened for service from ...

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The Long Island Rail Road is the busiest commuter railroad in North America, carrying an average of 301,000 customers each weekday on 735 daily trains.

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LIRR Operates Extra Trains for St. Patrick's Day Parade in Manhattan, March 16 .. . read more. LIRR President Holds 'Customer Conversations' at NYC Stations ...

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Long Island Rail Road Company, American railroad on Long Island, N.Y., and one of the few in the world still operating under its original name. Incorporated in  ...

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Long Island Railroad Company provides transportation services. The Company railway transport services. Long Island Railroad operates in the United States.

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The major sources of the historical information on this website are: i) Vincent Seyfried's seven volume "The Long Island Rail Road - A Comprehensive History"  ...

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The Long Island Rail Road is a historic commuter line that dates as far back as 1832. Today, the company is owned by the MTA and freight is handled by a ...

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Apr 18, 2018 ... The Long Island Rail Road is much more inefficient than Metro-North. ... As with the LIRR, private commuter service continued for a short period with .... “Penn Central Transportation Company” (accessed October 19, 2017), ...