How well do you know the Long Island Rail Road?

A Long Island Rail Road train pulls into

A Long Island Rail Road train pulls into a station. (Credit: Brittany Wait)


Scenes from which movie features the LIRR?

The MTA’s post-9/11 plan to increase security throughout

How many trains originate or terminate at Penn Station each weekday?

Some of Penn Station's fast food eateries are

Photo credit: Ethan Leavitt


Which president commuted to New York from the Oyster Bay station?

Theodore Roosevelt is seen here commuting from the

Photo credit: Anthony F. Melillo


Roxey the dog, once a regular fixture on trains, is buried at which LIRR train station?

A Long Island Rail Road train.

Photo credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams Jr.


This eagle was once based at the old Penn Station. Which LIRR station does it call home today?

The 5,700-pound eagle.

Photo credit: Howard Schnapp


Which of the following competed with the LIRR in the 1800s?

The prospect of a Long Island Rail Road

Photo credit: Steve Pfost


Which of the following statements is not true?

Catching the last LIRR train home from Penn

Which of the following was never a LIRR station?

The Long Island Rail Road has released its

Photo credit: Kevin P. Coughlin


The LIRR has how many branches?

A surveillance camera on the outside of the

Photo credit: Uli Seit


Which of the following was a LIRR slogan?

It's the Long Island Rail Road, not railroad.

Photo credit: Newsday

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