Rail transport in Turkey

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The façade of Sirkeci train station, in Istanbul, the terminal of the Orient Express.
Interior of Sirkeci train station, in Istanbul, the terminal of the Orient Express.
Old steam engine outside the Sirkeci train station, in Istanbul, the terminal of the Orient Express.
TCDD E52514 engine in Sirkeci train station, in Istanbul.
Orient Express steam engine TCDD class 55 in Edirne.
Ottoman Sultan's wagon, in National Transport Museum in Ruse.
Adana train station in 1913.
Wagon of Atatürk's train (1929).
Wagon of Atatürk's train (1929).
İstanbul Haydarpaşa Terminal, in the Istanbul district of Kadıköy, on the Asian side of the city.
İstanbul Haydarpaşa Terminal, in the Istanbul district of Kadıköy, on the Asian side of the city.
Varda bridge (in Turkish: Varda Köprüsü), on the Baghdad Railway, in Taurus Mountains, near the village of Kıralan and the town of Karaisalı, in Adana Province, built between 1907 and 1912.
Ottoman railways network at the time of Sultan Abdul Hamid II (1876-1909).
Funicular Taksim-Kabataş, in Istanbul.
TCDD DE11052 in work at Sirkeci, Istanbul.
Trains at Pithion railway station (March 2007): A class DE24000 SMTE-ELMS diesel locomotive of the Turkish State Railways (TCDD) with an Istanbul - Pithion - Istanbul passenger service and an ADtranz locomotive of the Greek Railways with a freight train.
İç Anadolu Mavi Treni (Central Anatolia Blue Train) with a DE24159 engine in Karaman station.
TCDD E43012 engine in İstanbul Haydarpaşa Terminal.
Çiğli, İzmir Banliyö (İZBAN), the rapid transit system of İzmir.
The Turkish State Railways (TCDD) railways networks in 2006.