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Dumlupinar railway station - F No:9057 & F No: 9158
Turkey

Dumlupınar ilçesindeki tren istasyonu, 1897 yılına tarihlenmektedir. İzmir-Afyon güzergâhı üzerinde hizmet vermektedir. Ana bina iki katlı olup, yanlarında bekleme ve ambar binaları tek katlıdır. Beşik çatılı, Marsilya kiremit ile kaplıdır. 

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