88 railway station in Yahşihan District has been taken under protection.
Eastern Turkey Ankara, which connects the main railway line built in 1924 on Yahşihan Station, served until today. The historical station building was taken under protection as a result of the attempts of the Yahşihan District Governorship. The station building and the warehouses and structures belonging to the station were also registered as immovable cultural assets.
Ahmet Ferhat Özen, the District Governor of Yahşihan, said that they protect the historical buildings of the district and that the railway station is also taken under protection after the 2nd Abdulhamid era iron bridge.
Stating that they aim to protect the ancient artifacts and structures with their original textures, Özen said, "We aim to protect these historical buildings with their historical texture, to maintain them with landscaping and to offer them to the service of the citizens."
Governor Özen stated that they made a request for the arrangement of the station building and that the station, which was registered as an immovable cultural asset, was examined by the Board of Protection of Nature and Cultural Heritage. Attention, ”The station will be restored while preserving its original structure. "We wanted to bring the historical station here to Yahşihan and Kırıkkale in order to always remember and preserve the historical textures."