When will Haydarpaşa Station be opened

When will the Haydarpaşa Railway Station be opened: The renovation of the Haydarpaşa Railway Station, which was damaged by the fire on its roof, started on February 1, 2012, still continues. Will Haydarpaşa station be opened to YHT flights? When will it start serving? here is the final situation:

The complete renovation of the historical Haydarpaşa Station, which was damaged by the fire caused by the insulation work on its roof, is being completed. TCDD took the first step to renew the Haydarpaşa Station building on November 10, 2010.

TCDD officials, who applied to Istanbul Technical University, decided to carry out improvement works for the close environment, which addresses the station passengers, especially the attic, which has many building problems, and the entrance and waiting halls, because Haydarpaşa Station is not used.

The fire that occurred on the roof of the station building on November 28, 2010, accelerated the restoration process of the 106-year-old historical building.

Within the scope of the Marmaray Project, TCDD has reached the final stage in the restoration works of Haydarpaşa Station, which is not due to the renewal of the suburban lines. TCDD Real Estate and Construction Department took steps to complete the complete renovation of Haydarpaşa Station by holding a tender on 28 January. Within the scope of the restoration, the roof of the station building will be renewed, exterior cleaning and maintenance will be done. In addition, it was stated that the wooden joinery of the building was renewed in accordance with the original and the renovation that started in February 2012 will be completed within 500 days.

34 month since the beginning of the renovation has not been completed yet.


The restoration project of Haydarpaşa Train Station was approved. According to the project passed by the Board of Monuments, Haydarpaşa will be used as a high-speed train station as well as hosting cultural activities.

The General Directorate of State Railways General Directorate (TCDD) officials say that the station will not be a hotel or shopping center, it will be used as the LPR train, and the garage will be used as a center for high-speed railway and cultural activities after it has been restored.

TCDD General Manager Süleyman Karaman stated that they have prepared a zoning plan to protect the Haydarpaşa Railway Station and said, “The first floor of the Haydarpaşa Railway Station, which is currently off the train, will remain stationed. The public does not want it to be anything else. Your station is not another solid, it says 'Don't just touch my station.' We won't touch either. ” Karaman said, “The Privatization Administration will open a competition and vote for the public. Whichever is chosen, it will be tendered. ”

Karaman announced that the Adapazari-Haydarpasa line, which had been shut down within the scope of the High Speed ​​Train works between Ankara and Istanbul two years ago, will serve from Arifiye-Pendik from the new year.


In the restoration of the roof damaged by the project, the loft envisages the exhibition area, conference hall, cafeteria as well as consultations, offices, archives, and toilets.

Ceiling and wall plaster and paints will be renewed. Maintenance of wooden elements will be done. Contaminated and mossed sections will be cleaned by appropriate methods. Fractured, destroyed, broken stones will be supplied and repaired.

Haydarpaşa Station is expected to be re-opened in May 2015.


Ottoman sultan II. It was started to be built on May 30, 1906 during the reign of Abdülhamit. Haydarpaşa Station, which was completed and put into service on 19 August 1908, was built in 1908 as the starting station of the Istanbul - Baghdad Railway line.

Haydarpaşa Train Station is the main station of TCDD. On the Anatolian side of Istanbul, Kadıköyis located in. In the last periods of the Ottoman Empire, besides the Baghdad Railway, Istanbul-Damascus-Madinah (Hijaz Railway) flights were started.

During the First World War, a large part of the building was damaged as a result of a fire in the ammunition in the station depot in 1917 with a sabotage. The reconstructed building took its present shape. In 1979, in the offshore of Haydarpaşa, the lead stained glass made by the master O Linneman of the building was damaged due to the explosion and heat caused by the tanker named Independenta colliding with a ship. It was repaired extensively in 1976 in accordance with its original and at the end of 1983, the restoration of two towers with four exterior facades was completed.

28 The roof collapsed due to heavy fire on 2010 4 and XNUMX. solid has become unusable.

As part of the Ankara-Istanbul High Speed ​​Train Project, due to the railway activities in the Istanbul-Eskişehir section, trains were run around the country for 1 month since 2012 February 24.