Ankara Express Expedition Hours and Route: Last zamWith the increasing interest of travelers and railway enthusiasts in nostalgic train travels, Ankara Express Ankara Express, which was terminated on February 1, 2012 due to the construction of the Gebze Köseköy high-speed railway line, restarts from July 5, 2019.
Ankara Express will depart from Ankara and Halkalı every day at 22.00:XNUMX. Travel time of the train with stops in Sincan, Polatlı, Eskişehir, Bozüyük, Bilecik, Arifiye, İzmit, Gebze, Pendik, Bostancı, Sögütlüçeşme, Bakırköy, Ankara Halkalı 8 hours 44 minutesHalkalı will be 9 hours between Ankara.
It was reported that the train, which used to sleep all the wagons in the past, now consists of 4 pulman, 4 bed and 1 food wagons, and the train has the capacity of 230 pulley, 80 bed passengers. If the demand is high, the capacity of the train will be increased with the addition of a sleeper
In addition to the high-speed trains operated by TCDD Taşımacılık AŞ, new routes will continue to be added to the trains, such as East Express, Touristic East Express, Vangölü Express, İzmir Blue Train and Sofia Train, which are especially popular with travelers and railway lovers.
Formerly Ankara Express
Ankara Express, Ankara Eskişehir Bilecik İzmit Pendik Haydarpaşa between the stations, 567 kmIt was the express train line that completed the road at 9.30 hours. All wagons were sleepers, and each compartment had its own adjustable air conditioning and mini bar. Chocolate, biscuit, fruit juice and water in the mini bar were included in the ticket price. Same zamFood and beverage service is also available to the compartments. The beds were designed to be folded into seats. On February 1, 2012, due to the construction works of Gebze Köseköy high-speed railway line, the voyages ended.
Yesilcam was the subject
Ankara Express is an 1970 film based on the novel by Esat Mahmut Karakurt, directed by Muzaffer Arslan and starring Ediz Hun and Filiz Akın. 1971 won the Golden Orange Awards at the Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival, including “Best Film”. It was the first color film to win the Golden Orange Best Film Award, which made the train a big hit at the time.