Aug 02 2010

Archives: Long Island Motor Parkway- Nassau County


Links to related posts on VanderbiltCupRaces.com (Updated: August 2, 2011):


General

A “New” Motor Parkway Map & Nassau County Historical Sites

A Nassau County Tour of the Long Island Motor Parkway

Opportunity to Provide Input on the Motor Parkway Trail

Then and Now: Potential Nassau Historical Markers on the Motor Parkway Trail

A Postcard from a Motor Parkway Worker

The Vanderbilt Cup Races, LIMP and LILCO

Amazing Photos from the Archives of the Nassau County Division of Museum Services


Lake Success

Archives: Lake Success


Williston Park

The LIMP Bridge over Willis Avenue

From the Ron Ridolph Collection- Demolition of the LIRR Motor Parkway Bridges Part I


East Williston

The Bridge over Roslyn Road and the Roslyn Lodge

Then and Now: The Motor Parkway in Wheatley Hills Golf Club, East Wlliston

The Motor Parkway and the Wheatley Hills Golf Club in East Williston

From the Ron Ridolph Collection- Demolition of the LIRR Motor Parkway Bridges Part I


Mineola

From the Ron Ridolph Collection- Demolition of the Mineola LIRR Motor Parkway Bridge

The Motor Parkway Bridge Under Old Country Road, Mineola

The Mineola Lodge and the Long Island Motor Parkway

Then and Now: The Jericho Turnpike Motor Parkway Bridge and the Mineola Lodge


Garden City


Westbury and East Meadow

Then and Now: The Meadow Brook Lodge in Westbury

Entrance to the Meadow Brook Lodge from Merrick Avenue

Then & Now: The Meadowbrook Motor Parkway Bridge in East Meadow


Levittown

The Vanderbilt Cup Race Grandstand in Levittown

Views of the Motor Parkway in the Hempstead Plains

Then and Now: The Long Island Aviation Country Club on the Motor Parkway


Bethpage (Central Park)


Old Bethpage

Old Bethpage Restoration Motor Parkway Bridge to Receive a Cleaning




Comments

Jan 07 2011 Eric Shaffer 6:45 PM

Great website!! How come there are no vintage photos of the parkway in Suffolk County, specificly around the Bagatelle Road area, south of the present day L.I.Expressway. I have hiked along the old roadway here as it winds north from Colonial Springs Road. There is still alot of road buried in the woods to discover.Any photos would be great, Thank You

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