Cankurtaran railway station
Cankurtaran station looking from the north.
|Location||Şadırvan Sk., Cankurtaran Mah. 34122|
|Owned by||Turkish State Railways|
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Opened||4 December 1955|
|Closed||19 March 2013|
|Electrified||25 kV AC (1955)|
|Passengers (2016)||0 0%|
Cankurtaran is an indefinitely closed railway station on the Istanbul suburban, in Istanbul, Turkey. It is located in the neighborhood of Cankurtaran in the historic peninsula of İstanbul. The station is located on Şadırvan Street. Cankurtaran is just a block north of Kennedy Boulevard, along with the shoreline and a few blocks south of the Hagia Sophia and the Imperial Gate to the Topkapı Palace. The station was built in 1955 by the Turkish State Railways to be used by commuter trains operating between Sirkeci and Halkalı.
Places of interest
- Milliyet - 4 December 1955