The historical Göztepe Station is demolished: The 1871-kilometer Haydarpaşa-Pendik suburban train line, which was completed in 91, has not been operating since June 2013. Historical stations within the train line to be renewed within the scope of Marmaray works are also in danger of collapse. Göztepe Train Station, one of the symbols of the Anatolian Side of Istanbul, is also one of the train stations whose demolition has been finalized. It is stated that the age of the station is close to 100.
The commuter train services between Haydarpaşa and Pendik have been suspended since 19 June 2013. The reason is the adjacent station on the opposite side Halkalı- Same as sirkeci: Marmaray! Within the scope of Marmaray and high-speed train projects, the commuter train line between Haydarpaşa Pendik is also being renewed. As part of the renewal, the historical historical Göztepe Train Station will be demolished. The active participant of the Marmaray works will demolish the OHL Göztepe Station and replace it with a new aktif modern alar station. (Ohl'y the Republic of Turkey participated in the Marmaray project, which will pay 932.8 million euros. This figure was the company's largest business received so far.) Haydarpaşa Pendik commuter train line between 16 one station. It is stated that most of these stations will be destroyed and reconstructed with historical texture.
IN THE 1871 YEAR
Kadir Has University, Faculty of Architecture, Assoc. Dr. Yonca Erkan stated that he would like to see a railway system like Marmaray as a renovation project. Erkan, “But this is not the case. With the Marmaray, historical buildings on the line could be made more functional.
"The historical station in Göztepe is being demolished as there are three errors from two lines in the area where Marmaray will be used." Explaining that Göztepe Station has a historical and architectural value, Erkan said, “The suburban line is put into service in 1871. We estimate that Göztepe Station was built in the first years of the 20th century. Marmaray Kartal Kadıköy It could also be connected to the line. We have destroyed these stations and damaged the historical fabric. ”
Erkan also stated that the Göztepe station is considered as a tunnel station while it is being constructed and has an extra feature. At the tunnel stations, passengers are traveling underground for a while.
27 STORE STATION
As part of the Anatolian Baghdad line on the Anatolian side, there are 27 garages and station facilities between Haydarpasa and Gebze. These are: Haydarpaşa, Söğütlüçeşme, Kızıltoprak, Feneryolu, Göztepe, Erenköy, Suadiye, Bostancı, Küçükyalı, Idealtepe, Süreyyaplajı, Maltepe, Cevizli, Ancestors, Eagle, Dolphin, Pendik, Kaynarca, Shipyard, Guzelyali, Aydıntepe, İçmeler, Tuzla, Cayirova, Fatih, Osmangazi, Gebze. Haydarpasa, Kiziltoprak, Feneryolu, Goztepe, Erenkoy, Suadiye, Bostanci, Maltepe, Kartal Yunus station buildings are historical and registered buildings.
Sirkeci is part of the Rumeli railway which will be demolished within the scope of Marmaray Halkalı 18 units are located between the station and the station. These are: Sirkeci, Cankurtaran, Kumkapi, Yenikapi, Kocamustafapasa, Yedikule, Kazlicesme, Zeytinburnu, Yenimahalle, Bakirkoy, Yesilyurt, Yesilkoy, Florya, Violet, Kucukcekmece, Soguksu, Canary Halkalı.
SAFARI AVINA MEASURES
Sunay Akın, a poet who has been living in Göztepe for 40 years and owns a museum in the neighborhood. Kadıköy He said in the City Council that a decision was made for the train station to be a museum. Akın said, "But the decision was not accepted by the Ministry of Transport." Stating that metro stations are being carried out in cities such as London and Paris, Akın states that history is preserved there, “The authorities do not accept any different thoughts. No one can object to this, if the railway is renewed. But the basic principle should be the preservation of history. ” Stating that those who will work on the station are skeptical about their goodwill, Akın said, “They want to destroy history, not preserve it. This is a terrible thing. "It looks like a safari tour where the rich go out in Africa and hunt down the innocent animals."