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Railway Progress in Turkey.—The Smyrna correspondent of the Levant Herald, writing on the 1st, says" My telegram of Mofid-ay reported to you the opening of the great tunnel on the Aid in line on. the previous day, when an engine first passed through, the work, and crossed the plain beiond to within some six miles of the town of Aidin. The over-the-moun- tain temporary line had already been some time open to the contractor's engines, and the permanent way and bridges in the plain beyond have consequently been pushed on within recent weeks with an energy which has left rothirig to desire. The great thing, however, was to get botn the tunnels open, and, this being now done, what remains to complete the line may be regarded as engineering child's-work, which another month or five w.seks will easily and certainly bring to a aonclooion. It is now certain that tha formal opening of the line to Aidin will take place in the first or second week of next month, nearly the whole of; the permanent way being laid down and ballasted, and the only remaining piece of work of any (impo^sance—-the wooden viaduct over the EkisdePi— 1 being also, sapidly pushed- on to aompletiooc 4

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