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Railwaymuseum Camlik 2
Turkey

Der Bahnhof von Camlik wurde im Jahr 1856 von den Engländern an der Strecke von Izmir nach Aydin gebaut. Die Bahnlinie führte kurz hinter dem Bahnhof in einen Tunnel. Nach dessen Einsturz musste die Strecke umgeleitet werden und es gab nun einen überflüssigen komplett ausgestatteten Bahnhof. Ein Eisenbahnenthusiast schaffte es nun, ausrangierte Dampfloks hierherzubringen und ein Museum einzurichten. (Das Museum wirbt übrigens damit, das größte Dampflokomotivenmuseum Europas zu sein, obwohl es geografisch in Asien liegt. Dies sagt eine Menge über das türkische Selbstverständnis aus:man fühlt sich als Europäer.)

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Copyright: Heiner Straesser Der Panoramafotograf.Com
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8156x4078
Taken: 15/08/2009
Hochgeladen: 07/05/2010
Aktualisiert: 29/05/2014
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