Gazi railway station
|TCDD commuter rail station|
The station building in January 2001.
|Location||Silahtar Cd., Gazi Mah. 06990|
|Owned by||Turkish State Railways|
|Operated by||TCDD Taşımacılık|
|Platforms||2 (1 side platform, 1 island platform)|
|Architectural style||Turkish Neoclassical|
Gazi station is a historic station in Ankara, Turkey. Built in 1926 by the Turkish State Railways, the station building is notable for its Turkish Neoclassical architectural style, designed by Turkish architect Burhaneddin Tamcı. Situated next to the Atatürk Forest Farm, the station was a stop on the Ankara suburban and Ankara-Polatlı Regional trains until 2016 when all train service (except high-speed) was suspended within Ankara. The station platforms are currently being rebuilt as part of TCDD's Başkentray project. The new station is expected to open on 12 April 2018.
- Altın, Ersin (May 2003). Ankara 1910–2003 (in Turkish). Bağcılar, Istanbul: Boyut Yayın Grubu. p. 16.
- "Başkentray ne zaman bitecek?". trenhaber.com (in Turkish). 16 January 2017. Retrieved 20 October 2017.