It seems the Ministry of Railway Transport of Turkmenistan does have a website. However there is some kind of configuration problem with their default page, which means index.html returns a 404 error and so http://www.railway.gov.tm doesn’t work and the site is rather hard to find.
The Ministry website does have some working pages, and these appear to be in Russian, which Google Translate generally does a reasonable job of translating into English. Here are the pages I’ve found:
- Chronology of Turkmenistan’s railways:
- 15 November 1897 Construction of the railway Merv – Kushka
- 4 December 1898 Start of through traffic Merv – Kushka (293 versts [=313 km])
- News. Mostly calls for tenders, some in English. The last update was 24 March 2011
- The North-South line from Kazakhstan to Iran
- Construction of social facilities
- Construction of a bridge across the Amu Darya
- Contact details
(in case this posting attracts web traffic from people who are looking for the official website: I have no connection with – or contacts at – any railway organisations within Turkmenistan. I’ve never been anywhere near the country. If you need to get in touch with them, you can find their details here (do let me know if they reply!).