Tired Trains of Istanbul | Haydarpasa

Tired Trains of Istanbul | Haydarpasa
Haydarpasa and Sirkeci trains, 100 'B1' and 'B2' lines for years, coming and coming, offers a safe alternative to transportation. However, with the start of Marmaray, the stations on the B1 line are expected to remain idle.
HAYDARPAŞA GARI 104 ELDERLY
II. During the reign of Abdulhamit, Haydarpasa Train Station, which started construction at 1906, was put into service at 1908. According to the rumors, the building III. It was named after Haydar Pasha of Selim's pashas. Two German architects Otto Ritter and Helmuth Cuno in the construction of the project, the Germans and Italian stone masters worked together. Most of the building was damaged as a result of the fire in 1917. Then it was repaired, took its present form. 1979'ta 'Independenta' a ship close to the ship with the explosion of the explosion caused by the heat of the explosion, lead stained glass was damaged. At 1976, the restoration of the retrofitted retired railway station was completed at 1983. The roof of 28 November 2010 collapsed due to the fire and the fourth floor became unusable.
THE FLOW OF THE 6 STATION
The fate of historical stations expected to remain idle with the introduction of Marmaray is a matter of curiosity. Kadıköy There are six historical stations within its borders; Kızıltoprak, Feneryolu, Göztepe, Erenköy, Suadiye and Bostancı. Requesting rentals to make these stations 'thematic museums' or cultural centers Kadıköy The municipality's request was rejected after three years of correspondence. The history of these stations dates back to the Ottoman period. The Ottoman Government, which planned to connect Haydarpaşa to Baghdad, aimed to pass the line that would connect India with Europe through Istanbul. With the will of the palace in 1871, the construction of the Haydarpaşa-Izmit line was started by the state and the 91-kilometer line was completed in 1873. While great importance was attached to the railway in the 1930s after the Republic, these stations were the most important stops in Anatolia.
B1 LINE: Haydarpasa-Gebze Commuter Train
Due to the renewal works of the railways, the line that runs between Haydarpaşa-Pendik at this time is doing the Haydarpaşa-Gebze expedition under normal conditions. Thanks to the stations at the central points, it is one of the city's demanding lines. For example, the Suadiye stop is on Bagdat Street; Bostanci station is within walking distance of IDO pier and dolmuş stops.
B2 LINE: Sirkeci-Halkalı Commuter train
Located on the European Side, starting from Sirkeci HalkalıSuburban line up to 28 km. length and with 18 station. It takes about an hour each time. After Sirkeci, the train stops at Cankurtaran, Kumkapı, Yenikapı, Kocamustafapaşa, Yedikule, Kazlıçeşme, Zeytinburnu, Yenimahalle, Bakırköy, Yeşilyurt, Yeşilköy, Florya, Menekşe, Küçükçekmece, Soğuksu and Canary stations. Halkalı's reaching.
SiRKECi GARI 122 IS AGED
II. The railway station built during the reign of Abdulhamit II (1876-1909) is one of the two main stations of TCDD in Istanbul. There was a small station that had been temporarily built before the Sirkeci Station. The granite marble and stones from Marseille Aden were used in the construction of the current railway station, which was planned by the German architect August Jachmund. 11 February 1888 is laid on 1890, the building is completed. 3 1890 1950 Ahmet Muhtar Pasha on behalf of Abdul Hamid. There are two clock towers on the front of the Sirkeci Station. On the side of the station, the station was opened on the basis of both the Rumi calendar and the Gregorian calendar. Garın restaurant was the meeting point of well-known writers, journalists and other persons from 1960 and XNUMX. The Orient Express departing from Paris had taken passengers to and from this station for many years.

Source : cadde.milliyet.com.t is

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