The Boston Globe recently reported on the 100th anniversary of the dedication of the Provincetown Pilgrim Monument. The 8/5/2010 article indicated that President Theodore Roosevelt laid the Pilgrim Monument cornerstone in 1907, and President William Howard Taft led the dedication ceremony on Aug. 5, 1910. Presumable the Presidents arrived by NYNH&H train or by steamship ferry. Is there a resource that might discuss whether a POTUS train traversed what is now the Cape Cod Rail Trail? Except for the reference to President Grover Cleveland's summer residence at Gray Gables in Bourne, I could find no mention of any POTUS trains to Provincetown in Robert Farson's terrific book "Cape Cod Railroads".