The former Cataumet station in 2013
|Location||Post Office Square, Cataumet, Massachusetts|
|Owned by||Privately owned|
The original station opened in 1890, eighteen years after the Woods Hole Branch of the Old Colony Railroad was created. The gingerbread structure was destroyed by a fire in 1925 and subsequently replaced by a small brick structure which still stands today. It was last used as a railroad station in 1988 by the Cape Cod & Hyannis Railroad.
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