Today in History: 2 September 1929 Kütahya-Orders line is opened.

On September 2, 1857, the original contracts of the Köstence-Çernovada (Boğazköy) line, which was the first railway line in Rumelia, were signed and the construction of the line was finalized.
2 September 1908 Thessaloniki-Monastery Railway workers went on strike to raise wages and improve working conditions. Workers who accepted some of their requests 4 September made work at 1908.
2 September 1925 Construction of Kütahya-Balıkesir line started from Kütahya. It was built by Turkish contractors up to the Kütahya-Demirciören stop (13 km).
2 September 1929 Kütahya-Orders line is opened.
2 September 1933 The Ulukışla-Kayseri line (172 km) was put into operation. The line cost a total of 16.200.000 pounds. Ankara-Adana landed at 1066 km to 669 km.
2 September 1940 entered the first train to Bismil station.
2 September 1945 Uzunköprü-Karağaç railway line was transferred to Greece.
2 September 2010 Darüşşafaka station opened.

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