Haydarpaşa Station Restoration

Restoration of the Haydarpaşa Station What is the case: Haydarpaşa Station does not know anyone knew a lot of restoration process to begin. Heverturk Gazetesi has explored this historical place and received information about the restoration "from the inside".
Ece Ulusum: ”YOU ARE WAITING FOR THE BUCKET E
Edik Last month after our Cactus Cistern adventure, he read so much dı You made the dream come true imi and wrote that we wanted to continue the series in a place with a mysterious story. After the night of Medusa, we came up with a courage, we met for a few places we thought. Some months later, some years after the appointment. So what were we gonna do now? Mehmet Emin asked, şey How about spending a night there before Haydarpasa Train Station is under restoration? Mehmet and he solved everything with a phone. Garage Manager Veysi Bey also liked our idea. We went to an evening at Haydarpaşa Train Station, including Mert Toker in the arı 1 Night ik team. Luckily, we're all dressed in ice. Hence, Mehmet Emin exaggerated his work and wore 2 thermal underwear and 2 wool socks on top of each other. ! I think I'm going to be a gangrene,! He said.
We were just going in, so the security chief stopped us, wanted to see our documents. He said, ”We've had permission, we'll be stuck. Emin The chef turned the document over and turned the picture; "Well, but here 'I want to stay at the Haydarpasa Station' you wrote, you did not write in the remaining" do not say? From Allah, Veysi Bey stepped in and got in.
”AMAN GOD, THE MONTH EXITED!“
As I never had a train from Haydarpaşa Train Station, I said to Sema, u When you think of leaving Istanbul, this is the last place you saw, saying goodbye to the walls dan. Meanwhile, Mert was photographing every moment without forgetting. I saw a sign saying "Independenta" at the entrance. First I read the story, then I started laughing. Aya Why are you laughing? Bab I started asking my father to tell his story. Year 1979, winter. There was a famous coffee shop in Karagümrük, Vefa Şöhretler Kahvehanesi. There was a thump when they were playing the full game, the sky was red. Ismail Altintoprak, the muhtar of the neighborhood, said, Altın The moon exploded !! The moon exploded! ” Hurra coffeehouse in the street all poured, muhtar hand "Forward" by making the sign "Run to the walls, the lava can not pass from there" commanded. The 45-50 man in the café ran up the street to Edirnekapı by collecting people from the street. In fact, someone was running with a request to have a double okey, was not helping those who fell to the ground. Some of them jumped down from Vefa Stadium, some got hit by a car ... As they approached the walls, the redness in the sky went away. When my father saw the television in the gas station, they understood the incident, as two tankers fought right in front of Haydarpaşa. They laughed a lot before believing that the Moon exploded, and that the lava flows to Karagümrük, then they followed the developments without breathing. That was a lot of time in newspapers or something.
The restoration works initiated at 2016 are expected to be completed within 500 days.
… CAT, CAT DİR
. When we listened to these, ours started to laugh and we kept saying dı The moon exploded “throughout the night. But the fact of the incident was very sad, Independenta tanker, the Greek flag cargo ship Evriyali'ya hit the fire during the full 27 day, the explosion in the first moments of this event caused the damage to Haydarpaşa Station. While we were wandering around Haydarpaşa Station, the night watchman Selahattin Sevinç said, il Don't go too far, we don't have so many security guards and no cameras. Biz At first we wouldn't mind, but as the night progressed, the wagons were thoroughly buried in darkness. A man can hear a sound as the ears fall. A door from the wind opened a door, we were very anxious to come to an abandoned children's bicycle, and to go to the famous place of Haydapaşa Mythos'a drank a cup of tea, we talked with the waiters old. He has a memory about whom to ask. But the most impressive thing was this: Last week an old uncle came to buy a suitcase, train ticket and waited for the counter to be opened for hours. Finally one of the waiters noticed and "Uncle waiting in vain, Haydarpasa Station has been closed for a while," he said. Uncle is hardly convinced. A silence t We wandered around the train station that night. The security guards didn't let us go to the burning floor, but we went to the other floors. The 80s hanging on the wall seemed to have frozen in a place of time, filled with posters, old carpets and paintings. The air is getting cold, we are tired to tour and we have built our tent after the hard work. None of the things we feared, but the cats that were playing in our tent attacked! While drinking coffee with the thermos, the core started to fence and the gate opened. I suddenly shook, Sema was buried in his jacket, Sure, "Cat, cat" he said. 02.00, two young men at night. Someone had a camera in his hand, and they greeted us. Turns out it was a lot of time to take pictures at night. Not just photographers; graffitiers, homeless people, brewed ones and of course those who want to hide Hayd We saw how Haydarpaşa Train Station was awakened in the morning. seagull sounds, ferry whistles and the falling shadow of the stall of the sea (Payidar: which will live forever).
Mehmet Emin Demirezen: WE HAVE BEEN AN EXTRAORDINARY AND A RESERVATION Mehmet
This month, while I was thinking about where to stay under the aşa 1 Night ak project, Haydarpasa Station came to my mind. The team was very excited. We didn't have much hope, TCDD 1 anyway. I called the Passenger Service Manager Veysi Alçınsu. He knew little about what we did, ıl Business is very nice, I was excited but first you need permission from the press consultancy in Ankara “I hugged the phone again. This time I recalled our request by calling Ahmet Duman from the press consultancy. She said they'd love to. In short, while we thought our business would be difficult, the helpful voices at the end of the phone made everything easier, so it was possible for us to spend one night at Haydarpaşa Train Station.
It was obvious that it would be an exciting night for us; spending the last night before restoration was an idea that everyone will like. Ours was both a farewell and a welcome çi Though Haydarpasa Train Station has undergone many restorations. First, 1. During the World War II, the guns in the arms carrying guns were burned by the flame of the ammunition; quickly reworked. A building-based repair was carried out between 1937-38 by removing the damaged stones in the fire with the digestion technique and placing new stones from the same material. In 1979, due to the explosion resulting from the collision of the Romanian tanker Independenta and a Greek cargo ship off the Haydarpaşa Train Station, the lead used in the building's stained glass melted, and the glass and frames were damaged. The stained glass that was the work of the master named O'Linneman was restored according to the original. The 4 exterior has been completed in 2 with the restoration of the 1983 tower. After the fire that we all remembered at 2010, the fourth floor became unusable. 1 Renovation work began in February 2012 and train lines in all of Turkey Haydarpasa Train Station was closed for use in this process.
Let's come today yeni This year Haydarpasa Train Station is preparing for a new restoration. According to the information received from the Press Counselor Ahmet Duman, the remaining parts of the burning roof will be restored in accordance with the original. If the inside of the building, the service units of the enterprise will be protected and renewed in a way that is appropriate to today's conditions. In addition, stone, iron and wood parts will be repaired by cleaning the exterior. When we think about all this, it was more meaningful to spend a night at Haydarpasa Station. I had the impression that this place was always crowded when I was watching movies on television. The first time I went back and saw it at the end of the night, the empty state of the station made me sad, it twisted. Yet for me, Haydarpaşa Station was such a wonderful place that I would never leave my mind.
Gülenay Börekçi: WAS NOT WASHED; THE BEAUTIFUL BREATH WILL BE UP TO BE NICE
Looks like Haydarpasa Train Station from our home. The walking distance is only 10 minutes usu You will understand, this wonderful place is always in front of me v Moreover, one of the best things for me to ride the ferry every day is to pass in front of the Haydarpaşa Train Station in the company of a seagull. I feel myself lucky. For this reason, when we were going to Haydarpaşa Train Station as the second stop of the ığ 1 Night in the Night uç section at HT Pazar, I flew into the air. For me it wasn't new, I knew it; When I was little, my father had grabbed my hand, and when I grew up, I had interviewed some writers with the little tea quarry on the shore right away. But I hadn't spent a night there before, I didn't sit in Mythos' pub and put two in it, and I didn't even think about going upstairs.
4's biggest restoration works will be started at Haydarpaşa Station.
So, I met with Ece, Sema, Emin and Mert who just joined the team in the evening of a day when there was heavy snow. I felt like a ball, because I knew it was going to be cold in the night, and whatever I found, I put it on me. I would have to wear a coat over a coat and a coat after a sweater, but it could have been absolutely terrible from an aesthetic point of view.
I Extension; Haydarpasa Train Station was frozen around the cold frost, while we were trying to tell each other stories telling our friends, we rattled our tent in our makeshift tent. When it comes to the unforgettable moments of the night for me ah It was nice to be a dude with his cats. His past guests Nâzım Hikmet from Salvador Dali I learned that there are many icons you can think of Mythos'a to drink a tea, they serve delicious desserts to eat as well gel The same bartender working there 30 years was great to learn. When I was on the upper floors of the station building, the corridors were covered with red carpet, I felt like I was officially going into the film of Stanley Kubrick's olan Shining Gar. Because there was a complete Overlook Hotel in the air, so it was both beautiful and a bit creepy Zira
Haydarpasa Train Station, while traveling around the upper floors, made me feel as if ın Unbroken, standing; moreover, it was ”beautiful enough to catch breath. 108, however, had been going through what had happened during the year m It had been burned as soon as the construction was over. Then both 1. He had been used as an arsenal both during World War II and during the War of Independence and had suffered from the anguish of anguish again. At the end of World War I, when bombs in one of the wagons exploded, it was completely destroyed and 10 was rebuilt in its original form a year later. At 1976, it had been completely restored. You think it's over? The tanker accident in 1979, the fire in 2010 UM I should also mention the drama that he witnesses. For example, 2. I have learned from the Greeks, Armenians, Jews, Turks' erek Salkım Hanımın Taneleri “who were dragged into the trains by taking over the heavy burden of the wealth tax which is a shame for us in the crisis days of World War II. Ibrahim Fuad beys who had to ask for money from a simitçi child sim
Ottoman Sultan 2. The Haydarpasa Train Station, built upon the orders of Abdulhamid, still looked unique to me after I had survived all these things. Because the last fire was ruined, the roof waiting to be restored today; towers, stained-glass windows, the ceiling of the ceiling, the tiny lion figurines waiting at the beginning of the merpens, the huge hours of telling the truth, the trains that seem to be waiting on the day when they are now covered with graffiti, the wagons, the mysterious Haydar Baba Tomb standing silently beyond those wagons, the delightful English cemetery, the cats I feel happy to meet, the night I spent in Haydarpaşa Station with their lonely souls knowing that they would find a safe haven there any time of the night took their place among my memorable memories.
Sema Ereren: WE WAS NOT TO BE TRAVELED
We said to the first security guard, ından We're going to stay here tonight, s and we added it immediately without asking: gece After midnight, I never had a chance to see Haydarpasa Station. Before we entered, we looked at the building that attended the grandeur of splendor with night illumination and we even looked at it.
Our last time after our adventures in the Basilica Cistern, this time our way to many times the beginning of new beginnings and farewell to the historical Haydarpasa Train Station. Unfortunately, I never got on the train from Haydarpasa Train Station. So I guess I was quite excited when the ways to stay at the historic garage were visible to us. The wickedness of the garment did not shudder us in the morning, but it wasn't so much a coward.
Anyway ad I have to admit that I was most impressed by the architecture of the station, and I couldn't wait to watch the beauties inside and outside the building without paying any attention to the cold weather during the night (I had gone to the wardrobe again and again with clothes).
I want to talk to you about the details now.
Most of us know; Haydarpasa Train Station, a classic example of German architecture in the style of Neo-Renaissance. The building was built by a German company with the full 1500 Italian stonemason. German architects Otto Ritter and Helmuth Cuno undertook the plan and project of the building. By the way, the architect Cuno, who lived in Istanbul for the year 8, has dominated the city quite a lot since he had previously renovated the German Hospital, German Embassy and the historical German Fountain in Sultanahmet.
The current usage area of ​​Haydarpasa Train Station is 3836 square meter.
The building, built on the 2525 square meter area, is isolated against water and each one is 21 meters long 1100 pieces on wooden pile. There are those who claim the area is actually a dry river bed. Due to its proximity to the sea, it is believed that it is located within the earthquake zone. The slabs are made of steel, with bricks called 'voltaic flooring' between the steel. Wow!
The construction started at 1906 was completed at 1908, and the opening of the station was made on 19 August 1908, but the entire building was completed by 1909 on November. After the introduction of the station building, the small pier building, which could no longer meet the need, was demolished and a new one was built. As you know in the outer cladding, the yellowish-colored Maltese stone was used, while the ground floor was made of rustika. In addition, the exterior is adorned with geometric and floral ornaments.
The plan of the building is short U-shaped. In the middle of this U plan large and high-ceilinged rooms sorted on both sides of the spacious corridors. The ceilings of the rooms were pre-ornamented with pencil embroidery, but today they were only on the ceiling of a single room. The U plan's 2 arm is on the land side and the middle space is the inner courtyard.
One thousand 100 pieces, 21 meter wood piles were used in the construction of the station. The railway carriage systems were also built using steel frame. 1140 tons of hardwood, 19 6 square meter hardwood, 200 cubic meter lumber, 530 thousand cubic meters of concrete and 13 cubic meters of lime stone used in construction.
On the basis of the building were pink granites brought from Hereke, and open nephti stones from Lefke-Osmaneli. Medium hard stones have been specially selected for being easy to process, resistant to all weather conditions. The roof of the building is made of wood in the form of a steep roof, which is frequently used in German architecture, and a slate roof covering is used in its covering.
There is a big clock on the roof of the southern façade and this is considered one of the landmarks. In contrast to the glamorous look of the façade, the section overlooking the platforms is dominated by simplicity. In the meantime, let me lie, all of us, the eyes of the oldest accessories in the building remained in the applique. I'm amazed at how big, big glass appliques have come so far.

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