Huguenot Ave, Homes for SaleHuguenot is a Staten Island Railway station in the neighborhood of Huguenot, Staten Island, New York. It is located on an open cut at Huguenot Avenue on the main line. It has two side platforms, exit stairs at the south end, and a brick stationhouse built in 1939 on street level. There is a steel and concrete canopy over the platforms at the stairs and an additional canopy is located about halfway down the northbound platform, features used as part of SIR station upgrades and platform extensions in the 1990s. A north end pedestrian overpass was removed years ago. The MTA runs a park & ride lot at the station. Some morning rush hour local trains originate here as a set of crossovers are provided for this service south of the station. A spur used for ballast trains branches off the southbound track across Huguenot Avenue from the station entrance. This stop provides access to nearby Tottenville High School.
Originally named “Huguenot Park,” the station’s name was shortened to simply “Huguenot” by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority shortly after it took control of the railway from the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1971 (the MTA also shortened the name of the “Old Town Road” station to simply “Old Town” at that time). Huguenot Ave Homes for sale is a great place to search for homes for sale in Huguenmot.
Huguenot is served by the Staten Island Railway through the station of the same name.
It is served by the S55 and S56 local buses along Luten Avenue, and the S59 and S78 along Hylan Blvd. It is also served by the X17 and X19 express buses along Huguenot Avenue, the X23 along Foster Road and Huguenot Avenue, and X24 along Woodrow Road.