Soma was not forgotten in Kağıthane Railway Tour: A group called İstanbul Gezginleri, which traveled to the Black Sea Sahara Line, which was established to carry the woody basin coals to the Silahtarağa Electric Factory, commemorated the workers who lost their lives in the mine disaster in Soma.
Touring the natural and historical richness of the city with regular programs, the group called Istanbul Gezginler did not forget the mining accident that occurred in Soma district of Manisa during their Kagithane tour.
During the 1 World War II, the members of the group visited the Black Sea Sahara Line, which was established to carry the woody basin coals to the Silahtarağa Electric Factory, and opened a banner in front of the only rail track remaining from the aforementioned railroad. The banner that says bir We are in the footsteps of the coal in the memory of Soma oma was written as a sample of sensitivity to remember the mine accident in Soma.
The Travelers of Istanbul then traced the historical heritage of Kagithane, taking information about the historical points of the Sadabad region.
At the end of the tour until the evening of ti On the Trail of Coal ard, the group managers met with the Mayor of Kağıthane Fazlı Kılıç and conveyed her impressions and thanked her for their support of the municipality.