Turkey's First Railway Station Aydin found on the Left Blank

The lighting in the first railway remained empty over turkiyenin Station
The lighting in the first railway remained empty over turkiyenin Station

Corona virus (Kovid-19) after the restriction of trains due to the pandemic, Aydin station located on Turkey's first railway line was left blank.


TCDD Taşımacılık A.Ş. Within the scope of combating corona virus pandemics, train expeditions in Aydın have been canceled after the announcement that High Speed, Outline and Regional Trains will not be operated temporarily as of 28 March 2020 due to the restriction of intercity trips.

The train has not stopped for a month to Aydın Train Station, which is located on the 1866 km railway line completed in 130 in Anatolia during the reign of Sultan Abdülaziz. While the silence continues at the station where 7-8 trains stop daily, the train station is expected to return to its old days with the start of train services after the end of the corona virus pandemic.



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