South Farmingdale was a station along the Central Branch of the Long Island Rail Road in South Farmingdale, New York, United States. It was originally established by the Central Railroad of Long Island in May, 1873, and was named "Farmingdale Station" despite the fact that the LIRR had its own Farmingdale Station. The station itself wasn't built until either August or September 1873, and no record of the station's existence can be found beyond March 1875. South Farmingdale station re-opened around June 1936 as a sheltered platform, and closed in 1974,[1].[2] making it the last station to operate along the Central Branch. A proposal to reopen the station across the Nassau-Suffolk County Line between NY 110 and the Southern State Parkway during the 1980s was never implemented.