Tehran Railway Station

On 23 October 1306, in the presence of Reza Shah Pahlavi, the building of the Tehran railway station was broken into the ground in the southern lands of Tehran, all of which were intended for this purpose outside the customs gate. The area of Tehran railway station is approximately 174 hectares, which is limited to Shush-Kashtargah (Bahman) streets, Ba'ath highway and Ray (Shahid Rajaee) streets.
The building of the central railway station, inspired by the greatness and splendor of ancient Iranian architecture, was built using idealistic expressionism. The entrance to the central station is wide, and this rhythm is also quite evident through the windows, openings, and general grooves of the walls. The station is built from the foundation to the roof with iron and cement, and its windows are made of bronze and iron, its exterior is made of white travertine stone, which was extracted from the white bridge mine.
Currently, 20 million passengers are transported by train every year, which is expected to exceed 60 million passengers in 1404.