Some suggest that the passenger station building was sold in 1959 and relocated to the Miller property on Burnett Lane off of Beaver Dam Road, Brookhaven Hamlet, where it is currently being used as a small work shop. A comparison of this structure with historic pictures of the passenger station suggest that they are not the same structure.
Some older residents remember that the original passenger station burned sometime after it was closed, and that the structure now at the Miller residence was likely another auxiliary structure at the site. While I have searched The Patchogue Advance
for some years after 1959, I have yet to find any record of the station being
destroyed by fire; older members of the fire department are fairly certain that
it did not burn but was moved.
Other older residents are certain that that the depot was purchased and moved to East Moriches
(or perhaps Center Moriches), where it still may be found.
Long Island Advance, 11 February 2010, From the Archives of The Long Island Advance, 100 Years ago. [Feb 1910]: "Fred Droche was held for the grand jury this week by Justice Price of Bellport for breaking into the Brookhaven railroad station. Deputy Sheriff Addison H. Bumstead ran the culprit down with a bloodhound."