Ottoman Citizens Want Old Train Back

ottoman citizens want their old train back
ottoman citizens want their old train back

While Osmaneli district of Bilecik is growing and developing day by day, it has not reached the age of transportation.

The fact that the bus companies passing through Osmaneli were not taken out of Osmaneli and left Osmaneli, left the Ottomans in a difficult position for transportation. Serving to citizens who want to go to Istanbul, Sakarya, Kocaeli, Eskişehir, Ankara in the past years Serving citizens who want to go to high-speed trains, the Ottomans were also forced to go in the surrounding provinces.

Some district residents wanting to make their voices heard, Osmaneli News Newspaper"We want our old trains," he said. Citizens, expressed the demands of the following words: “Our old train line and station are still standing. In the past years, we could go to cities such as Istanbul and Ankara thanks to this train. Since the Accelerated Train was invented, our district was not stops trains. Bus companies in Osmaneli district of Istanbul, Kocaeli, Eskişehir and Ankara, such as the transfer to the provinces are coming. They don't even give bus tickets to Osmaneli from Istanbul to Ankara. We can either transfer to Sakarya or find tickets to Bilecik. Some hours of the day, especially in the night hours from Sakarya and Bilecik to Osmaneli bus service is not very difficult cases are staying. Wouldn't it be possible to run the train running on the old line at least between Eskişehir and Kocaeli? The train which will run between Kocaeli Eskişehir at certain times of the day and will be provided in Osmaneli district, will make us feel very comfortable. We ask for support from the authorities. We, the Ottomans, want our old train. 21. In the 19th century, they said, ”We should not restrict the Ottomans from the freedom to travel. Yüzyıl

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