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The first train station of Tel Aviv from 1892

Updated on February 26, 2013

built on the dunes north to Jaffa

In the middle of the Tel Aviv ancient railway station built at 1892 standing this single wooden wagon at the end of the railway.

Behind the wagon, these are the major station buildings including the departures and arrivals waiting hall and the office where passengers used to buy tickets and get the information needed for their journey.

Tel Aviv First Railway Station
Tel Aviv First Railway Station

waiting hall and the major train station building

time for tickets !

This is the waiting hall and actually the major train station building where passengers arrive to buy tickets to their destination and wait for the train to come.

In this waiting hall, pilgrims from Europe and from all over the world used to take the train during their journey to the holy city of Jerusalem one hundred years ago.

Train station photos from Amazon - the Tel Aviv First Railway Station photos at Amazon

This is the waiting hall and actually the major train station building where passengers arrive to buy tickets to their destination and wait for the train to come. In this waiting hall, pilgrims from Europe and from all over the world used to take the train during their journey to the holy city of Jerusalem one hundred years ago.

Tel Aviv first railway station built at 1892 is an historic train station located just off Neve Tzedek, at the junction where Tel Aviv dissolves into Jaffa. It was abandoned many years but had gone lately through a serious renovation process and now serves as a recreational site packed with cafes, bars and fashion boutiques. This place is called today - HaTachana.

Going To Jerusalem
Going To Jerusalem

heading to Jerusalem

actually, this train has only one destination

This is the beginning of the tracks of the first train station of Tel Aviv that was built at 1892 which leads to one place only - to Jerusalem.

The station is located at Neveh Tzedek neighborhood and is not active anymore. This is a view of the station with the set on tracks passenger wagon, the station buildings and some city new skyscrapers in the horizon.

platform view of the first railway station of Tel Aviv
platform view of the first railway station of Tel Aviv

just before we leave the station heading to Jerusalem

just one more view of this beautiful architecture

in this masterpiece of architecture we can see the renovated passenger wagon standing silently exactly on the beginning of the tracks to Jerusalem.

Surrounded by colorful trees and a silent atmosphere, this is where pilgrims to Jerusalem used to start their journey a hundred years ago.

All photos presented here available for purchase at my Ronsho Visual Art.

All the love from Tel Aviv,

Ronsho

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