Today in History: 28 October 1961 Eskişehir Railway Factory

Today in History
October 28, 1890 The concession of the Thessaloniki-Monastic Line was given to M. Alfred Kaulla, acting on behalf of a German-group affiliated with Deutsch Bank.
28 October 1918 El Muazzam station and Mebreke-tu'n-Naka were evacuated. Then the last north station, Medayin-i Salih, was abandoned.
28 October 1944 The first train trip between Diyarbakır and Kurtalan started.
28 October 1961 A test tour was made in the streets of Devrim Carsi Ankara, which was built in Eskişehir Railway Factory.
28 October 2020 Mecidiyeköy Mahmutbey Metro Expeditions Started With The Start Of İmamoğlu



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