Today in History: 23 September 1856 Turkish Railway

Today in History
23 September 1856 Turkish Railway history begins in 1856. The first railway line, the 130 km İzmir - Aydın line, was first hit by a concession to a British company this year. The representative of Joseph Paxton, George Whytes, William and Augustus Rixon was given to Roberl Wilki.
According to the delegation decision reported to Ali Fuat Pasha on 23 September 1919; The Baghdad Railway Line will not be destroyed, it has been requested not to make an actual attack unless the British attack.
23 September 1931 Irmak-Çankırı line (104 km) is in operation.
23 September 2009 153. Within the scope of the Foundation Anniversary activities, the General Directorate of TCDD, the Directorate General of Press and Information and the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany Genel Photograph Exhibition Gal and Arif Sayyar's Painting Exhibition opened at Ankara Gar Art Gallery. On the same day, THM and TSM choirs of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism gave a concert. Freedom is the right of the train Freedom train was welcomed with a ceremony in Ankara Train.




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