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Principal Stations of the Hejaz Railroad in 1914

For an uptodate list of the stations and corresponding webpages please visit: Ottoman Station Names

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Hejaz Railway Names

Over the years there has been a lot of discussion about what the name of the railway really is, and how the names of the stations should be spelled. Should the railway be called Hijaz, Hejaz, or Hedjaz. Depends on how you tanslate the Turkish or the Arabic. The Turks built the line, and wrote their Turkish language with Arabic script so that the Arabs could read the name plates etc. So no matter what spelling you use, someone will disagree with you. Here on Nabataea.net we have chosen to use Hejaz.

There has also been some discussion on how station names should be spelled. You can read a response to this, and see a chart of the station names (Saudi portion) by following the link below:

 Station Names and Spelling

 Station Names and Spelling according to the Ottoman Postal Service
 

Click on the maps below to see the maps in full size.

Hijaz Railway Map 1914

Railroads of Syria 1914

 Hijaz Railroad NW Saudi Arabia

Hijaz Rail Lines south of Damascus Syria
 
Above: Arabic Map showing station names of the Hejaz
 

Hejaz Railway Line East of Dera

 Hejaz Railway East of Damascus

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 Hejaz Railway Map

Railways in Israel / Palestine

Railway lines Yarmuk Gorge

 

 Old Hejaz Railway Map

Old Hejaz Railway Map

 Palestine & Jordan Railway Map

Syria and Lebanon Railway Map

You can find a great map of the Saudi Portion of the Railway at the following URL: http://www.henrich-center.de/karte/sued.html

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