The Greenport Scoot heads over a small bridge where water from the Hashamomuck Pond and the Peconic River meet. Although the Greenport line doesn't have a large amount of ridership, it is the original line of the Long Island Railroad. Completed in 1844, the line was used to transport people to Boston via ferry. With the completion of the New York New Haven and Hartford Railroad through Connecticut, the Long Island became a local carrier only. Passing through the North Fork wine county, this line has some of the best scenery on the LIRR, and I'd recommend everyone to ride it.