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The West Barnstable station can easily date its history back to the 1900s. The artifacts and exhibits of this place take you back in time as the building still has maintained all the original woodwork and furniture from when it was constructed in 1911. Other features include railroad tools, switchstands and a small motor car which was used for repairs by the maintenance men of that time. The ticketing office still has maintained some of the original equipment from that era. Many events and festivals are organized here celebrating and supporting the railroad history.
Far from the bustle of Cape Cod's tourist scene is the serene and magnificent Chapin Memorial Beach. This expansive beach boasts fine white sand and calm pristine water that's perfect for casual strolls, refreshing swims, and sunbathing. At low tide, the waters retreat and give way to small tidal pools that the little ones just can't get enough of. High tide brings its own set of attractions that include exciting water sports, parasailing, speed boating, surfing, and much more. The beach itself is well-equipped with facilities like restrooms, showers, and a lifeguard.
Veteran's Park Beach is an open and beautiful green space where memorial structures have been erected in honor of those who lost their lives in the Korean War. The park also has a memorial statute of John F. Kennedy.
Located just by the picturesque beach, Veterans Park is a fine spot to unwind amidst the seaside serenity. This sizable stretch of landscaped lawns offers a healthy getaway from your busy schedule. Featuring cobbled-stone pathways, a children's playground and several picnic spots, there's plenty of ways to spend your time at this park. Take a walk through the pathway, and when your feet give up, perch yourself on one of the benches and watch the sun set over the horizon.