|Location||North Truro, Massachusetts|
|Operated by||Old Colony Railroad (1873-1893)|
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad (1893-1960)
|Opened||July 23, 1873|
The North Truro station (designated as Moorland station in later years) was located in North Truro, Massachusetts near the intersection of what is now Pond and Twinefield Roads. It was razed when trackage was dismantled between North Eastham and Provincetown by the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad in Fall 1960.
North Truro (a.k.a. Pond Village) first saw train service in 1873, when the Old Colony Railroad extended the tracks from Wellfleet, Massachusetts to Provincetown, with a depot probably built the same year. The first train actually arrived on July 23, 1873.
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- List of Stations of the Old Colony Railroad on Cape Cod
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