Endangered Historic Places 2013

 
  • Henry Rhodes House

    Henry Rhodes House

    The Henry Rhodes house was built for a Southampton ship captain, and is one of only a handful of pre-Revolutionary War 18th century dwellings in a Village founded in 1640.

     
     
  • Oyster Bay Train Station

    Oyster Bay Train Station

    Designed by noted railroad architect Bradford Lee Gilbert, the Oyster Bay Train Station (1889) is significant for its association to both President Theodore Roosevelt and the history of Long Island railroading.

     
     
  • Sacred Heart Church, Rectory & Carriage House

    Sacred Heart Church, Rectory & Carriage House

    Sacred Heart Church, Rectory, and Carriage House (1878) played an important role in Long Island’s North Fork community.

     
     
  • Meadow Brook Bank Building

    Meadow Brook Bank Building

    The Meadow Brook bank was constructed in 1929—at the time, the tallest building on Long Island east of Jamaica.

     
     
  • Old Cedar Swamp Road

    Old Cedar Swamp Road

    Old Cedar Swamp Road encompasses a cluster of historic buildings and an early slab pavement road. It is the last vestige of historic Jericho hamlet north of Route 106.