This page includes pictures of the East New York station of the LIRR, where the Palsgraf explosion took place, as it looked in 1999, 1940 and when the current station was built (after 1924).
In 1924, the train emerged from a tunnel at E. New York, which was the first elevated station on that section of the line. Platforms would have been made of wood. Manz interprets the testimony to indicate that Mrs Palsgraf and the scale may have been next to a newstand on the platform, placing her within 10 feet or so of the tracks; the trial testimony also indicates that the explosion may have been directly in front of her.
Here is a 1925 photo of a similar platform.
Here are some pictures of lollipop scales like the one that "flew right apart" and fell onto Mrs. Palsgraf, according to the trial testimony.
This is a picture of an MP-54 train, on its way to the beach -- the one Mrs. Palsgraf was waiting for, but probably from the 1940s.
This train seems older.
More pictures from the same site