Did you know?
There was a railroad bridge that extended over Hallock Landing Road?
Rocky Point was a stop on the North Shore Railroad Line between Port Jefferson and Wading River. When the bridge was dismantled around 1938, the large reddish stones were repurposed as a bulkhead at Hallock Landing Beach. You can actually see three of these stones, which have been saved and repurposed as benches in the gardens of the Hallock Homestead.
Interested in learning more?
Tour the historic Hallock Homestead, Saturdays 1 – 3pm.
172 Hallock Landing Road, Rocky Point, NY.
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Rocky Point Historical Society
“Preserving the stories of those who came before us.”