Today in History November 22 1922 in Lausanne, Ismet Pasha in Western Thrace railway up to the plebiscite and Mustafapaşa Kuleliburgaz requested to remain in Turkey.
Today, 21 November 1927 Havza-Amasya-Samsun line is opened in history. Nuri Demirağ was the contractor
Today in History 20 November 1925 Yahşihan-Yerköy (115 km) line and Yerköy station were commissioned. 20 November 1935 The line starting from Fevzipaşa reached Diyarbakır. Speaking at the opening, Nafia Deputy Ali Çetinkaya, “Railways [more…]
18 in History Today 1919 November 1 In the report prepared, 3 train carrying German and Austrian soldiers sent to their hometown has been immobilized in Afyon since 1 has been inactive since the day, XNUMX train carrying demobilized soldiers [more…]
Today in History 17 November 1871 Baron Hirsch donates 1 million francs to the World Jewish Association
Today in History 16 November 1898 The agreement between the Bulgarian Operating Company and the Orient Railway Company led the operation of the line extending to Yanbolu in Sarımbey to the Bulgarians. 16 November 1919 Delegation, Minister of War Cemal [more…]
Today in History 15 November 1993 began the 4 September Blue Train expedition between Ankara and Sivas.
Today in History 14 November 1925 Suleyman Sirri, Deputy of Nafia in Ismet Pasha's cabinet died of pneumonia after his journey to study Samsun and Edirne railways. Mek Weaving the country with iron nets ” [more…]
Today in the history 13 1889 63 increased by XNUMX on the average percentage of Ottoman agricultural production.
History Today 12 November 1918 The letter sent to the General Directorate of Anatolian Railways was reported that the military could supply coal to the 1400 penny if the company found it expensive. 12 November 1935 [more…]
Today in History 11 November 1961 First General Manager of State Railways Behiç Erkin passed away at the age of 84. During the National Struggle, Staff Colonel Behiç (Erkin), who moved from Istanbul to Ankara, was the first of the State Railways. [more…]
History Today 9 November 1919 In the telegram from Taurus Regional Command to Adana Regional Command, there were no machinists found for locomotives, escaping machinists were arrested and their enthusiasm for duty or urgent supply of drivers from Istanbul was requested.