|Location||off Railroad Avenue,|
|Line(s)||Cape Cod Main Line, Hyannis Secondary|
|Rebuilt||in 1878 and in 1942,|
razed, ca. 1975
The former Yarmouth Railroad Station was located on Railroad Avenue in Yarmouth, Massachusetts on Cape Cod. The last station stood on land that is today occupied by a commercial warehouse at 91 Willow Street, Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts.
The original station
The original station was built in the village of Yarmouth Port when the Cape Cod Railroad extended its line from Sandwich to Hyannis in 1854. This station burned to the ground in a spectacular fire on November 17, 1878.
The second station
The Old Colony Railroad built a new station in the Town of Yarmouth in 1878 at the junction where the Hyannis branch turns to the south towards Hyannis and the former main line continued east to Provincetown. This station, shown in the image within this entry, burned down in 1941.
The last station
- Sokolosky, William C. (1975). A history of railroads in Yarmouth, Massachusetts. Yarmouth Port, Mass.: Historical Society of Old Yarmouth. OCLC 2072448.
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