Gebze railway station

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Gebze Railway Station
Station statistics
Platforms 2
Tracks 5
Parking Yes
Other information
Opened 1873
Owned by TCDD
Services
Haydarpasa-Gebze Banliyo, Haydarpasa-Adapazari Bolgesel Ekspresi, Eskisehir Ekspresi, Ankara Ekspresi, Sakarya Ekspresi, Anadolu Ekspresi, Baskent Ekspresi, Transasya Ekspresi, Bogazici Treni, Cumhuriyet Ekspresi, Fatih Ekspresi, Ic Anadolu Mavi Treni, Meram Ekspresi, Dogu Ekspresi, Van Golu Ekspresi, Guney Ekspresi

Gebze Railway Station (Turkish: Gebze Tren Garı), is a railway station, and the eastern terminus of the Haydarpaşa-Gebze Commuter Rail Line.

History[edit]

The station was built in 1873 by the Ottoman Government. The CFOA took over the line. Then in 1927 TCDD took over. The line was electrified in 1969 for the Istanbul Commuter Rail Line from Haydarpaşa to Gebze.

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Coordinates: 40°47′02″N 29°24′39″E / 40.78389°N 29.41083°E / 40.78389; 29.41083