Bereket Railway Station

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Bereket Railway Station
A newly constructed railway station in Bereket city, October 2013.jpg
Railway station in Bereket city, October 2013.
Station statistics
Address Bereket, Balkan Province
Parking 100 cars
Bicycle facilities yes
Baggage check yes
Other information
Opened 1885
Rebuilt 2013
Owned by Türkmendemirýollary
Formerly Kazandjik Railway Station

Bereket Railway Station (Turkmen: Bereket demirýol menzili) is the main railway station in the city of Bereket, Turkmenistan. It was built in 1885. The station is operated by the Türkmendemirýollary.

Bereket station is an important strategic railway crossroad on the Trans-Caspian Railway (Caspian Sea - Turkmenistan - Uzbekistan - Kazakhstan) and North-South Transnational Railway (Russia - Kazakhstan - Turkmenistan - Iran - Persian Gulf.[1][2]

Bereket Railway Depot owns a Russian made class T locomotive ТЭ-189 (built between 1857—1915).

Bereket Railway Depot (or Bereket RD) (Turkmen: Bereket demirýol deposy) is a railway depot in Bereket city where locomotives are serviced and maintained.

It is one of the oldest and biggest MPDs in Turkmenistan. The Depot was built in 1889.


The station was built in 1885. The station building was reconstructed in 2013.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "North-South Transnational Corridor". Retrieved 2014-03-25. 
  2. ^ "Crossing of Railways". Retrieved 2014-03-25.