Gray Gables Railroad Station
|Location||Monument Neck Road in Bourne, Massachusetts|
|Line(s)||Old Colony Railroad|
New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad
|Opened||1892 (retired in the early 1940s)|
The station was first built as a stop for President Grover Cleveland's nearby summer home of Gray Gables. The station was moved to the site of the Aptucxet Trading Post Museum in Bourne in 1977.
- Farson, Robert H. (1993). Cape Cod Railroads Including Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Joan Hollister Farson (First ed.). Yarmouthport, Massachusetts: Cape Cod Historical Publications. p. 144. ISBN 0-9616740-1-6.
- Gately, Paul (June 17, 2014). "Grandson of Grover Cleveland helps Bourne celebrate renovated train station". Bourne Courier. Bourne, Massachusetts.
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- Gray Gables Railroad Station—Bourne Historical Society