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Far Rockaway


Far Rockaway, the the southeast corner of New York City, developed in the first decades of the 20th century as both a summer resort and as a prosperous suburban community connected to New York City by the Far Rockaway line of the Long Island Railroad. [1]

  1. Gobrect, Larry E., New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Far Rockaway Post Office, nomination document, 1986, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places, Washington, D.C.

Far Rockaway Map

Street Names
Augustina Avenue • Bay 28th Street • Bay Park Place • Bayport Place • Baywater Avenue • Beach 12th Street • Beach 13th Street • Beach 15th Street • Beach 17th Street • Beach 18th Street • Beach 20th Street • Beach 21st Street • Beach 24th Street • Beach 25th Street • Beach 26th Street • Beach 28th Street • Beach 29th Street • Beach 32nd Street • Beach 9th Street • Beach Channel Drive • Bessemund Avenue • Birdsall Avenue • Briar Place • Brunswick Avenue • Central Avenye • Channing Road • Comaga Avenue • Deerfield Road • Dickens Street • Doughty Boulevard • Dwight Avenue • Edgemere Avenue • Eggert Place • Elk Drive • Enright Road • Faber Terrace • Falcon Avenue • Far Rockaway Boulevard • Gateway Boulevard • Gertners Court • Grassmere Terrace • Greenwood Court • Hassock Street • Healy Avenue • Healy Avenuea • Hurley Court • McBride Street • Minton Street • Mott Avenue • Nameoke Street • Neilson Street • New Haven Avenue • Ocean Crest Boulevard • Pedestrian Way • Pinson Street • Plainview Avenue • Rockaway Freeway • Seagirt Avenue • Seagirt Boulevard • Spray View Avenue • Westbourne Avenye

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