Intersecting with Springfield Boulevard in Oakland Gardens, Queens
Queens County Savings Bank on Main Street
Union Turnpike goes under the Montauk Branch and Rockaway Beach Branch of the LIRR.
Haym Solomon Square in Kew Gardens Hills.
Union Turnpike crosses Woodhaven Boulevard and goes under the LIRR Rockaway Beach Branch
Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Kew Gardens Hills.
A Q46 RTS-06 bus at Union Turnpike and Parsons Boulevard.
Yeshiva Keser Torah
PS 164, Queens Valley School of the Arts
The former Queens of Peace school, now used by the North Queens Community High School.
Lander College Campus
Stores and restaurants on Main Street
Shops on Kissena Boulevard
Q44 SBS bus heading toward the Bronx through Kew Gardens Hills.
Dr. Rabbi H. Joel Laks Way, at the corner of the street his synagogue was on
One of many Kew Gardens Hills garden apartments
The intersection of 71st Avenue and 150th Street in eastern Kew Gardens Hills
Opal Luxury Apartments
East end trail marker for the Pat Dolan Trail located at the end of the bridge from the Mauro Playground
Part of the Pat Dolan Trail
Stuart Electronics on Parsons Boulevard
A fruit and vegetable store on Main Street in Kew Gardens Hills, 2008. This particular store has since closed down.
Shops on Main Street in an outdated photo--Wasserman's has since moved across the street, and Eshet Chayil has a new awning

Postal boundaries: Since 2003, when the United States Postal Services renamed the post office in ZIP Code 11367 to the "Kew Gardens Hills Post Office", the borders of the area for ZIP Code purposes extend from the south at Union Turnpike, to the north at the Horace Harding Expressway and east to Parsons Boulevard. Prior to 2003 this Post office was called the Station C Post Office. Although the post office is named "Kew Gardens Hills", the USPS still designates the city or town for purposes of addressing as "Flushing". KewGardensHills_EruvBoundary.jpg

- Kew Gardens Hills, Queens

It continues through the neighborhoods within Kew Gardens Hills, where it crosses Main Street and Parsons Boulevard before passing 164th Street in Hillcrest, the western sub-neighborhood of Fresh Meadows.

- Union Turnpike (New York)

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Kew Gardens, Queens

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Neighborhood in the central area of the New York City borough of Queens.

Neighborhood in the central area of the New York City borough of Queens.

Maple Grove Cemetery entrance on Queens Boulevard
A typical house in Kew Gardens
First Church of Kew Gardens
Kew Gardens Synagogue is one of several synagogues and other houses of worship in Kew Gardens, Queens.
JetBlue's former headquarters at 80-02 Kew Gardens Road
PS 99 Main Building on Kew Gardens Road
The Kew Gardens subway station
George Gershwin
Dorothy Parker
Shops on Kew Gardens Road
Queens Borough Hall
P.S. 99 school annex
Kew Gardens Post Office
A restaurant in Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens is bounded to the north by the Union Turnpike and the Jackie Robinson Parkway (formerly the Interboro Parkway), to the east by the Van Wyck Expressway and 131st Street, to the south by Hillside Avenue, and to the west by Park Lane, Abingdon Road, and 118th Street.

Forest Park and the neighborhood of Forest Hills are to the west, Flushing Meadows–Corona Park north, Richmond Hill south, Briarwood southeast, and Kew Gardens Hills east.

Flushing Main Post Office on Main Street

Main Street (Queens)

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Major north-south street in the borough of Queens in New York City, extending from Queens Boulevard in Briarwood to Northern Boulevard in Flushing.

Major north-south street in the borough of Queens in New York City, extending from Queens Boulevard in Briarwood to Northern Boulevard in Flushing.

Flushing Main Post Office on Main Street
Map of the intersection of Main Street and Kissena Boulevard in 1891.
Bank of China
Intersection of Main Street and Kissena Boulevard in Downtown Flushing, 2015.
Main Street in foreground, interchange under construction around 1946.
North end of Main Street, early 20th century
A Q44 Select Bus Service bus at Main Street and 62nd Road in Flushing
Kew Gardens Hills library

The stretch of Main Street in Kew Gardens Hills south of the Long Island Expressway is home to a large Jewish community, including many Orthodox, Ashkenazi, and Bukharan Jews.

At the south end of Kew Gardens Hills near Jamaica, Main Street intersects with Union Turnpike and the Grand Central Parkway service road.

Fresh Meadows, Queens

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Neighborhood in the northeastern section of the New York City borough of Queens.

Neighborhood in the northeastern section of the New York City borough of Queens.

Remnant of Long Island Motor Parkway c. 2008 at Springfield Boulevard in nearby Oakland Gardens
The former farmhouse of the Klein Farm on 73rd Avenue
Union Turnpike in Hillcrest
Cunningham Park
Hillcrest branch, Queens Public Library

Its main commercial street is Union Turnpike.

It neighbors Kew Gardens Hills and Pomonok to the west, Fresh Meadows to the north, Utopia to the east, and Jamaica Hills to the south.

Jamaica, Queens

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Neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens.

Neighborhood in the New York City borough of Queens.

Loew's Valencia, a former theater opened in 1929
Hillside and 164 st., Jamaica, Queens
St. Monica's Church
A development under construction in Jamaica
Social Security Administration building at 153rd Street and Jamaica Avenue
Engine Company 298/Ladder Company 127/Battalion 50
Front colonnade of Jamaica Station post office
Abigail Adams School
York College
LIRR station upper mezzanine
Interstate 678 (Van Wyck Expressway) in Jamaica
Van Siclen farm in 1882
George Bradford Brainerd (American, 1845–1887). Long Island Rail Road Station, Jamaica, ca. 1872–1887. Collodion silver glass wet plate negative. Brooklyn Museum
Historical marker at Chase Bank
The landmarked sidewalk clock on Jamaica Avenue
The Soldiers and Sailors Monument (1896) is dedicated to Union soldiers and sailors who died during the American Civil War. It's marked 1861–1865. It is located at Major Mark Park on Hillside Avenue (NY 25) at 176th Street.<ref>{{cite web | title=Major Mark Park Monuments | website=Soldiers and Sailors Monument |publisher=New York City Department of Parks and Recreation | url=https://www.nycgovparks.org/parks/major-mark-park/monuments/1464 | access-date=October 4, 2018}}</ref>

Jamaica is bordered by Hollis to the east; St. Albans, Springfield Gardens, Rochdale Village to the southeast; South Jamaica to the south; Richmond Hill and South Ozone Park to the west; Briarwood to the northwest; and Kew Gardens Hills, Jamaica Hills, and Jamaica Estates to the north.

Union Turnpike travels through, and serving as the northern border between the towns of Flushing and Jamaica.