Soğanlı railway station

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Coordinates 40°09′49″N42°15′13″E / 40.163711°N 42.253644°E / 40.163711; 42.253644 Coordinates: 40°09′49″N42°15′13″E / 40.163711°N 42.253644°E / 40.163711; 42.253644
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StatusIn Operation

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

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