Concept

Şenyurt–Mardin railway

Summary
The Şenyurt-Mardin railway (Şenyurt-Mardin demiryolu), also known as the Mardin railway, is a railway in Southeastern Turkey. The railway branches of the Aleppo-Nusaybin railway, formerly the Baghdad Railway, at Şenyurt and runs north across a flat plain to Mardin. The line was built in 1918 by the Baghdad Railway, shortly before the Ottoman Empire surrendered in World War I.
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