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06 Ankara

Why Trains Collide?

Due to road renewal works between Kayaş and Sincan, the signaling system at the scene was temporarily canceled. The fact that the signaling system has not been activated even though the line has been renewed and put into service is an issue that needs to be explained. Railway statistics [more…]

06 Ankara

İsa ApaydınNew year message from

Dear Passengers, Dear Colleagues, We have left behind another year full of success with our staff who serve day and night, summer and winter, with love and enthusiasm. East and West will build bridges of peace and brotherhood, the world [more…]

35 Izmir

e-RAIL project closing meeting held

The closing meeting of the e-RAIL project was held: The closing meeting of the vocational training project “e-RAIL en adopted by the European Commission within the scope of the Erasmus + Program of the Solidarity and Solidarity Association of Railway Construction and Operation Personnel (YOLDER) 29 [more…]

30 Greece

A wagon of Abdulaziz Khan's train in Athens

A carriage of Abdulaziz Han's train in Athens: Established in 1979, the Athens Train museum reveals the history of the railway in the country. The museum, which displays the trains used in Greece hundreds of years ago, is a frequent destination for tourists. of the museum [more…]


Strategic Steps in Railways

Strategic Steps in Railways: In the last 15 year, with the changing state policy, huge projects were realized and major investments were made in the railways. Liberalization of the railways strategic importance for Turkey and the 2023 2035 goals [more…]

railway history of countries

Railway History of Countries

We will try to give you information on the history of the countries on the basis of continents and countries. Primarily the continent of America .. HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICA RAILWAY History of the US Railways A horse-drawn line in Philadelphia even in 1809 [more…]


Train Comes Nice But Never Empty

The impact of the railways to contribute to Turkey's modernization process and who can deny. Writer-poet Mehmet Aycı, in his essay, Şimendifer, describes the culture of railways. Railroad with a new book after Serkisof Dude Olur [more…]

Behic Erkin

Father of Turkish Railways: BEHİÇ ERKİN

If we live as free and independent citizens today, if we look at these seas as ours, if we feel the warmth of our mother's heart in these lands... This means for our independence, with determination, courage, creating out of nothing, and dying for our country when necessary [more…]