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Sapanca railway station

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Owned by  Turkish State Railways
Structure type  At-Grade
Disabled access  Yes
Owner  Turkish State Railways
Tracks  4
Parking  Yes
Opened  1 September 1891
Platforms in use  2
Location  Kuvayi Milliye Cd., Rüştem Paşa Mah., Sapanca, Turkey 54600

Sapanca railway station is a railway station along the Istanbul-Ankara railway in the town of Sapanca, Turkey. It is serviced by the Istanbul-Arifiye limited-stop regional train, the Ada Express. Until 2012, Sapanca was a stop on the Haydarpaşa-Adapazarı Regional, which operated frequently. Other express trains heading for Ankara and points beyond would skip the station. Today, the high-speed Yüksek Hızlı Tren service passes the station on its own right of way. Sapanca is 123 km (76 mi) away from Haydarpaşa Terminal in Istanbul.

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Sapanca railway station Wikipedia


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