The Morris Park facility is a maintenance facility of the Long Island Rail Road in Queens, New York. It includes two employee-only platforms on the Atlantic Branch named Boland's Landing [1]. Two platforms 2 car lengths long exist on the two-track line, with a flashlight for workers to signal trains to stop.[2]

The original Morris Park station, was an 1886-built pedestrian depot located on 120th Street, that served as a replacement for 1878-built Morris Grove station on 124th Street. It was torn down in 1939 as part of a grade elimination project for the Atlantic Branch.[3] The shops were built in 1889, and were torn down in 2009 as part of a reconstruction project.