Today in History
30 October 1897 Supreme Commissioner for Egypt Ahmet Muhtar Pasha offered to start the construction of the grating line from Damascus to Damascus on Damascus to Damascus on the fault of Sultan Abdulhamid. I was dealt with in his Vanity. The necessity of the line was confirmed.
30 October 1918 With the Armistice of Mondros, all the German railways were confiscated by the Allies, and the Germans were sent to their countries. The French occupied the Konya-Adana-Aleppo-Nusaybin- and the British occupied the Haydarpaşa-Ankara and Eskişehir-Konya lines. The Taurus tunnels were under the control of the Entente States. The Ottoman guard squads in the Hejaz, Asir, Yemen, Syria and Iraq required the commandment to his closest Entente states. Thus, all the Middle East along with the Hejaz Railway broke down from the Ottoman Empire. 8343 km railway was built in the Ottoman period except Erzurum-Sarıkamış-Border line, 4587 km of these lines remained outside the borders of the country and 3756 km from 356 km of companies was 4112 km. There was a railroad. All available locomotives were 280, the number of passenger cars was 720, the freight car was 4500. 25 percent of them needed repair. Fuel was the most important problem. The 31.428 was needed to ensure the fuel need was uninterrupted.
30 October 1937 New Ankara Station is opened. The architect of the station is the age of 25.
30 October 2017 century project esi Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway line opened.