The Sagamore station, ca. 1911
|Location||Pleasant Street, Sagamore|
|Owned by||New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad|
|Line(s)||New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad|
The original station
The original station was built by the Cape Cod Branch Railroad in the 1887. It was in active use until it was replaced by a new station in 1909.
The second station
The New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad built a new brick station building in Sagamore in 1909 based on an architectural design that was similar to the Buzzards Bay and West Barnstable stations, both of which stand to this day.
All that remains of the former Sagamore station is its foundation.
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