Constructed by the Ottomans between 1900 and 1908. this railway station replaced the ancient caravan route, which was formerly used to transport goods to and from Damascus and Arabia, a round trip that would have taken approximately four months to complete. The caravan traders were far from happy with this new form of transport as it posed a serious threat to their livelihoods, and many attempts were made by them to disrupt its construction.

  1. Steam locomotive
  2. old rustic trains
  3. train station
  4. history of the track.
  5. Museum
  6. trains
  1. Toilets
  2. Open space
  3. parking area
  4. Three Phase electricity

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