Long Island Spirits 2180 Sound Ave, Calverton, NY11933 Long Island Spirits makes LiV (rhymes with five) vodka — the only vodka made on Long Island from potatoes grown on…More Long Island, processed in the only craft distillery on Long Island. The vodka is also one of the few in the country made Polish-style — exclusively from potatoes. The distillery, run out of a recently refurbished turn-of-the-century barn, is located in Baiting Hollow at the beginning of the North Fork's famed Wine Country. It takes about 15 pounds of potatoes to make one bottle of LiV, a creamy, distinctive vodka that can now be found throughout New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., Massachusetts and Illinois.
Eastern Long Island Hospital 201 Manor Pl, Greenport, NY11932 Eastern Long Island Hospital is a 90-bed facility serving the North Fork and Shelter Island. The hospital was founded in…More 1905. Medical, surgical, radiology, emergency and physical therapy services are available. Call for more information.
DJ Whelan Harbor Head Rd, Shelter Island Heights, NY11965 DJ Whelan is a builder located on Eastern Long Island. Please call the number provided for more information.
AAC, Inc. Po Box 431, Shelter Island, NY11964 AAC, Inc., is a general contractor serving eastern Long Island. Call for more information.
Shelter Island North Ferry Company 11 Chequit Ave, Shelter Island Heights, NY11965 The Shelter Island North Ferry Company takes passengers back and forth between Greenport and Shelter Island. The…More Greenport side of the ferry is located at the railroad docks in Greenport, near the Long Island Railroad terminal and Hampton Jitney stop. The Shelter Island side of the ferry is located at the foot of Route 114 in Shelter Island Heights. Ferry rates vary by size of vehicle. Reservations are not accepted. The ferry runs year round. Schedule varies with the season, holidays and inclement weather.
Staffed by volunteers, the Greenport site of the Railroad Museum of Long Island is located steps from the Shelter…More Island Ferry and Hampton Jitney stop. The site was once a Long Island Railroad freight building, and now houses two cars, the Museum gift, shop, a large model railroad layout and historical railroad paraphernalia.</p>
<p>The Museum hosts several special events, including the visit by Santa Claus each December. Santa arrives by train and visits with children.</p>
<p>The museum is funded primarily through donations and membership fees.</p>