Train Stations are special places where very different emotions are experienced. They also have as much joys as joys and joys.
Hands waving from the wagon window, steps accelerating when the train starts to travel slowly, having to run as if competing with the train and having to stop desperately at the end of the platform… But never give up waving until the train disappears…
Is there a train station where one train never comes, and the passengers do not have to say goodbye?
This is a unique situation in the world ... But yes, there is such a gar.
In our country, Muğla's charming district Dalaman bizim
The nearest rail to this railway station is miles away gar
The extraordinary story of this interesting situation is hidden in the story of the construction of the Agricultural Enterprise Administration Building located in the State Farm of Dalaman in Dalaman.
In the period of the Ottoman Empire, in the 1893, Abbas Hilmi Pasha was appointed as the Egyptian Khedive by the order of the sultan. Andır Khedive bir is a title given to the governors of Egypt in the Ottomans.
Abbas Hilmi Pasha, 1905 in the X Nimetullah ında with a yacht to Dalaman 12 km. to Sarsala Bay. In those years there is a small settlement on the beach. Dalaman is only a fertile plain. The hunting enthusiast who sees this lush green plain where the game animals roam freely admits this area.
In the first stage, he built a pier and a warehouse on Sarsala Bay, then built a road from the bay to Dalaman. He dries the surrounding marshes and erects the eucalyptus trees he has brought from Egypt on both sides of the road.
Pasha is the official owner of Dalaman who has his ownership in 1874. From the year of 1905, it began to bring Egyptian and Sudanese citizens to work on thousands of acres.
In 1908, Abbas Hilmi Pasha decided to build a hunting lodge for his beloved Dalaman. On the same dates he plans to build a railway station in Alexandria, Egypt, where he is the governor. He gives the French construction work. But the French mix their project. They send the ship which has the materials and projects of the Station Building to Dalaman and the ship carrying the materials and projects of the Hunting Pavilion to Egypt. The ship comes to Sarsala Bay near Dalaman and unloads its cargo.
The Pasha's workers in Dalaman are immediately put on the job and carry the materials to camels and mules and carry them to Dalaman where the mansion will be built. In fact, every stone used in construction is told that it was moved to an Ottoman yellow pound.
A large team of construction workers from the ship joins the men of the pasha, together they quickly enter the construction business. As soon as they complete their work, they have the power to meet their pasha with a nice surprise.
The result of these intensive studies is a complete surprise. An excellent hunting lodge was built in Alexandria with the materials and the project going to Egypt instead of the hunting pavilion planned in Dalaman.
The walls of Dalaman are made of specially carved stones and the high door of the Garage Building and specially constructed roof tiles in the form of an equilateral triangle, the roof and the stairs without columns. It has been designed with ventilation chimneys in a warm, cool and airy winter and there are seven rooms on each floor of a two-storey building.
Palm trees and palm trees brought from Egypt are planted around the completed building. Everything is ready to meet Pasha.
Returning to Dalaman, Pasha is surprised by the landscape he sees. Although there is a railway station in Dalaman, it is not surprising to see the Pasha's building.
Thus, the charming district of Mugla Dalaman; the first train station in the world to have passed the train.
1 of the Ottoman Empire. After entering World War II, Britain declared that it did not recognize Egyptian Governor Abbas Hilmi Pasha as a Khedive, and Pasha's Hidiviyy would actually cease to exist. After the signing of the Treaty of Lausanne, the fi hıdivlik “, which was previously terminated, is now officially over.
Until the 1928, a loan received from the farm in Dalaman, which belongs to Abbas Hilmi Pasha, is confiscated by the state. The station building inside the farm is used as the Gendarmerie Station until 1958 and is then allocated to the State Production Farm.
The State Production Farm in Dalaman never meets the railway but makes a great contribution to the development of agriculture in the region.
The plant called Balık Lagunaria Patersoniig.don edil, which is located in the west of the administrative building and without a Turkish name, was presented to the farm by Cevat Şakir Kabaağaçlı, ie, the fisherman of Halikarnas. This plant, which is the mainland of Norfolk, east of Australia, is 15 mt. It extends to. Seeds of this plant, which attracted great interest in terms of appearance and alienity, are being grown as ornamental plants in all coastal areas today.
Also, palm trees, palm species, cacti and so on brought from Egypt around the administration building. A botanical garden of plants was formed.
The seats in the building from the Khedive period are preserved to the point of origin.
Moreover, the descendants of the Egyptian and Sudanese workers that Abbas Hilmi Pasha brought here for construction and farm works still continue to live in Sarigerme, Dalyan, Koycegiz and Ortaca.
As a result of interesting coincidences, instead of Egypt, this beautiful Gar Building, built on Dalaman, where rails did not run, has been continuing its extraordinary destiny for over a hundred years İl