Benliahmet railway station

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Benliahmet
TCDD
Coordinates 40°16′27″N43°33′05″E / 40.274140°N 43.551418°E / 40.274140; 43.551418 Coordinates: 40°16′27″N43°33′05″E / 40.274140°N 43.551418°E / 40.274140; 43.551418
Owned by TCDD
Platforms1
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeAt-grade
Other information
StatusIn Operation
History
Opened1913
Rebuilt1962

Benliahmet station is a freight station near the village of Benliahmet in the Kars Province of Turkey.


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