Historic Train Stations of the Al-Hijaz Railway Network
Type
report
Year
2004

A 135 page report on the condition of railway stations along the Al-Hijaz Railway starting in Damascus. The Al-Hijaz Railway Network was a project of the Ottoman  Sultan Abdülhamid II to build a railway connecting Damascus to Medina and Mecca. Built by public subscription the line from Damascus reached Medina in 1908.

Citation
Historic Train Stations of the Al-Hijaz Railway Network. Geneva: Aga Khan Trust for Culture, 2004.
Authorities
Copyright
Aga Khan Trust for Culture
Country
Syria
Saudi Arabia
Jordan
Iraq
Lebanon
Language
English
Building Usages
train station
transportation
Keywords
railroad stations