Today in History: 27 August 1914 on the Anatolian Baghdad Railway Tarih

Today in History
27 August 1914 The Sumike-Istabolat (57 km) line was opened in the Anatolian Baghdad Railway.
27 August 1922 Great offensive during the attack on the shepherds-Afyon (20 km) line began to be destroyed. Railroads and worked troops were run on 20 hours on non-break days. 7 km repair was done per day.
27 August 1934 The construction of the Afyon-Antalya line began in Afyon on the Day of Liberation.

About Levent Ozen
Every year, high-speed rail sector, the European leader in the growing Turkey. Investments in railways, which take this speed from high-speed trains, continue to increase. In addition, with the investments made for transportation in the city, the stars of many of our companies making domestic production shine. It is proud that Turkish high-speed tren national train ”production has been started in addition to the companies producing domestic tram, light rail and subway vehicles. We are very happy to be in this proud table.

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