Calverton was a station stop along the Greenport Branch of the Long Island Rail Road in Calverton, New York. It was originally built around 1880 as Baiting Hollow. The depot closed and moved to undisclosed location around 1922 and second depot built further east around same year, which was located on Railroad Avenue between North River Road and Edwards Avenue. Calverton was the site of the deadly Golden’s Pickle Works wreck on Friday, August 13, 1926. The station closed in 1958, and despite being closed, the shelter for the station has remained standing as recently as 2010.[1][2]