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Question 1: They surveyed a route from ________ to Rayak in 1941, but decided there were too many construction difficulties.
IsraelHaifaTel AvivJerusalem

Question 2: Operational train speed is also limited by a lack of ________ signalling, with most of the system operating on a token based system.
Solid State InterlockingInterlockingCentralized traffic controlTrack circuit

Question 3: The famous ________ opened in 1908 between Damascus and Medina in present day Saudi Arabia also used 1,050 mm gauge.
Arabian PeninsulaHejaz RailwayJordanJezreel Valley railway

Question 4: The Turks, who sided with Germany and the ________, decided to recover the infrastructure south of Aleppo to the Lebanon in 1917.
World War ICentral PowersBalkans Campaign (World War I)Serbian Campaign (World War I)

Question 5: The next big developments in Syrian railways were due to the political manoeuvering leading up to and during ________.
World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 6: At present, Damascus's al-Hijaz railway station, which lies in the city centre, is closed, and the railway connections with other cities take place in the ________ station of Kadam.
Los AngelesSuburbLondonNew York City

Question 7: [8] In 2008 it was proposed to open a joint rolling stock factory with Turkish State Railways at ________[9]
DamascusLatakiaAleppoHims

Question 8: Using all ________ powered traction, the main routes are:[1][6]
Hybrid electric vehicleDiesel-electric transmissionTransmission (mechanics)Hybrid vehicle

Question 9: Chemins de Fer Syriens is the national railway operator for the state of Syria, head quartered in ________.
DamascusAleppoHimsLatakia

Question 10: The Baghdad Railway had progressed as far as Aleppo by 1912, with the branch to Tripoli complete, by the start of World War One; and onwards to ________ by October 1918.
Darge├žitMidyatMardin ProvinceNusaybin







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