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Old November 2nd, 2016, 12:59 AM   #3961
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About depths of the Moscow metro. Black called the station "Marina Grove" 10 line. It opened in 2010 and this is my home station. It is located at a depth of 60 meters. Moscow subway has 8 stations deeper and 5 station at the same depth. There are only a few metro in the world, where there is a deeper stations.In New York, London or Paris, there is no deeper stations than this.
There is a plan to build new station on line 11 (Blue in this scheme) . And... It is deeper than a station on line 10.About 70-80 meters. Maybe this will be new the deepest station in Moscow.The deepest station now it is "Victory Park" - 74 meters.

PS However, in St. Petersburg there are 34 stations (more then half) deeper than 60 meters and some in same depth.
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Old November 2nd, 2016, 02:19 AM   #3962
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About depths of the Moscow metro. Black called the station "Marina Grove" 10 line. It opened in 2010 and this is my home station. It is located at a depth of 60 meters. Moscow subway has 8 stations deeper and 5 station at the same depth. There are only a few metro in the world, where there is a deeper stations.In New York, London or Paris, there is no deeper stations than this.
There is a plan to build new station on line 11 (Blue in this scheme) . And... It is deeper than a station on line 10.About 70-80 meters. Maybe this will be new the deepest station in Moscow.The deepest station now it is "Victory Park" - 74 meters.

PS However, in St. Petersburg there are 34 stations (more then half) deeper than 60 meters and some in same depth.
Well, as far I know, according to technology, future transfer stations are being built at lower depths than existing stations at which will be built transfers (although some exceptions are possible). It's technically necessary in order to prevent damaging of underground infrastructure of existing station during construction of transfer station over it.

Don't forget that this area has bad geological conditions due to problems with groundwaters. That's why neighboring segments of the northern radii of the Line 6 (Prospekt Mira - VDNKh), Line 9 (Mendeleevskaya - Petrovsko-Razumovskaya) and Line 10 (Maryina Roshcha - Petrovsko-Razumovskaya) are located at low depths despite the fact that they were built relatively far away from central part of Moscow with its dense location of buildings.
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Old November 2nd, 2016, 02:37 AM   #3963
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Don't forget that this area has bad geological conditions due to problems with groundwaters. That's why neighboring segments of the northern radii of the Line 6 (Prospekt Mira - VDNKh), Line 9 (Mendeleevskaya - Petrovsko-Razumovskaya) and Line 10 (Maryina Roshcha - Petrovsko-Razumovskaya) are located at low depths despite the fact that they were built relatively far away from central part of Moscow with its dense location of buildings.
do you mean high depths instead of low depths?
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Old November 2nd, 2016, 03:38 AM   #3964
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10 stations still planned to open this year. 8 of them are underground.
I cast doubt on that given the amount of work to be done. 2 overground stations (Zorge⑭ and Panfilovskaya⑭) will have opened by the end of the year and that's all. But it'd be a huge success if ⑪+➇ junction is finished this year.
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Old November 2nd, 2016, 10:45 AM   #3965
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do you mean high depths instead of low depths?
Yes, I meant at deep level (above-mentioned segments of northern radii were built at the depth of 46-65 metres).
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Old November 3rd, 2016, 11:37 AM   #3966
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I cast doubt on that given the amount of work to be done. 2 overground stations (Zorge⑭ and Panfilovskaya⑭) will have opened by the end of the year and that's all. But it'd be a huge success if ⑪+➇ junction is finished this year.
I absolutely sure that two MCC stations - "Panfilovskaya" ("Ivan Panfilov") and "Zorge" ("Richarg Sorge") - will be opened till the end of this year while five Metro stations of the Third Interchange Contour - "Delovoy Tsentr" ("Business Center"), "Shelepikha", "Khoroshyovskaya", "TsSKA" ("CSKA") and "Petrovsky Park" - will be opened next year. As for three Metro stations of the Solntsevsky Radius of the Yellow Line 8 - the possibility to open it this year is something like "fifty-fifty" (IMHO).

Here are relatively old photos of three next Metro stations - "Minskaya" ("Minsk")



"Lomonosovsky Prospekt" ("Lomonosov Avenue")



"Ramenki"



http://forum.nashtransport.ru/index....ic=5559&st=420
https://stroi.mos.ru/gallery/714
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Old November 3rd, 2016, 07:27 PM   #3967
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Lemon-osprey Prospect!
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Old November 3rd, 2016, 11:28 PM   #3968
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There will be four bronze sculptures of sportmen at future Metro station CSKA (Third Interchange Contour) - football player, ice hockey player, basketball player and cross-country skier. The model for sculpture of basketball player is Victor Khryapa, the current captain of PBC CSKA, two-time Euroleague winner (2008, 2016), European Champion (2007) and bronze medalist of 2012 Summer Olympics.



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The model for sculpture of ice hockey player is also current captain of HC CSKA Moscow - Denis Denisov, two-time World Champion (2012, 2014) and bronze medalist of the 2005 World Championships, two-time Russian Champion (2006 with Ak Bars Kazan, 2015 with CSKA Moscow) and two-time winner of Spengler Cup (2008 with Dynamo Moscow, 2010 with SKA St. Petersburg). It's interesting that both CSKA captains were born in Ukraine (Victor Khryapa - in Kiev, Denis Denisov - in Kharkov). I guess the model for sculpture of football player will be current captain of PFC CSKA - Igor Akinfeev, the goalkeeper of Russia's national team.



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Old November 4th, 2016, 12:24 AM   #3969
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BTW, one more point on Zorge⑭ station. Named after Richard Sorge, a German, who was a Soviet military intelligence officer (known for successful prediction of Operation Barbarossa's start on June 22, 1941), it will serve CSKA Moscow football stadium. While being not connected with the army for a while. the team is still know by nickname "The Army Men".
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Old November 4th, 2016, 10:27 AM   #3970
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BTW, one more point on Zorge⑭ station. Named after Richard Sorge, a German, who was a Soviet military intelligence officer (known for successful prediction of Operation Barbarossa's start on June 22, 1941)...
Well, to be correct, Richard Sorge did not succeed in finding out the exact date of the attack. In fact, during first half of 1941, he sent few reports where date of planned invasion constantly changed (end of May, early June, June 15). It has been rumored that Sorge provided the exact date of "Barbarossa", but historian Gordon Prange in 1984 concluded that the closest Sorge came was June 20, 1941 and that Sorge himself never claimed to have discovered the correct date (June 22) in advance. The date of June 20 was given to Sorge by Oberstleutnant (lieutenant-colonel) Erwin Scholl, the deputy military attaché at the German embassy.

But his greatest historical role is in following events. In mid-September 1941, he informed the Soviet command that Japan was not going to attack the Soviet Union in the near future, which allowed the command to transfer 18 divisions, 1700 tanks, and over 1500 aircraft from Siberia and the Far East to the Western Front against Nazi Germany during the most critical months of the Battle for Moscow; one of the turning points of World War II, where the German Army suffered its first tactical defeat in the war. To this end, Sorge's information might have been the most important military intelligence work in World War II. Another important item allegedly reported by Sorge may have affected the Battle of Stalingrad. Sorge reported that Japan would attack the Soviet Union from the East as soon as the German army captured any city on the Volga.

However, it's better to continue such discussion in the thread about MCC. By the way, station "Zorge" was opened in early morning.
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Old November 5th, 2016, 01:11 AM   #3971
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Zorge should be named CSKA. And CSKA shoud be named Khodynka, as it's historical, 7 centuries old, far more important toponym.
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Old November 5th, 2016, 01:36 AM   #3972
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Michurinsky Prospekt official shots
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Zorge should be named CSKA. And CSKA shoud be named Khodynka, as it's historical, 7 centuries old, far more important toponym.
OMG, not again!

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They will not to change anything (it possible to think that there are no other Metro stations named after other long avenues). Even theme of decoration (Ivan Michurin's apples) was officially chosen and will be realized according to this project.

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Old November 9th, 2016, 01:48 PM   #3974
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November 9, 2016. The construction of Metro station "Khovrino" (Line 2).













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Old November 10th, 2016, 09:57 PM   #3975
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Old November 13th, 2016, 08:46 PM   #3976
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OMG, not again!
Again, again, again and again - no to fanatics and yes to Moscow history and traditions.

Still, nobody was closing your mouth when you, CSKA fanatics, were trolling everything right and left about Khodynka naming.


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They will not to change anything (it possible to think that there are no other Metro stations named after other long avenues). Even theme of decoration (Ivan Michurin's apples) was officially chosen and will be realized according to this project.
It could be less vague, though - Michurinskaya. They should ditch those names by long streets. Constantly, i get asked - where is the building number #, yet it's located some 10 kilometers from metro station near Leninsky prospect.
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Again, again, again and again - no to fanatics and yes to Moscow history and traditions.

Still, nobody was closing your mouth when you, CSKA fanatics, were trolling everything right and left about Khodynka naming.
I'm not CSKA fanatic (i.e. I don't belong to any official fan group), only a supporter (болельщик).

I respect Moscow history and traditions, but I absolutely sure that new transport stops should be named in the honour of more important objects for present-day life, not in the honour of historical non-actual toponym.

I didn't hear that you complained when Metro station near Tushino Aerodrome was named Spartak after football stadium, not project historical names of 1970s such as Volokolamskaya or Aeropole (Airfield). Nobody complained when Metro station on the Line 2 was named Dynamo in the honour of stadium which was opened just 10 years before the opening of Metro station.

So, please, boy, cry a louder - but it changes nothing! I enjoying it! By the way, there are many world stations named after sport clubs or sport objects. Some of them are renamed stations (such as Gillespie Road - Arsenal, Lima - Estación de Santiago Bernabéu, etc).
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Old November 20th, 2016, 01:24 PM   #3978
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In Moscow, opened for passengers the east exit of subway station "Sokol". The main phase of the reconstruction is completed. Historical pavilion on Leningradsky Prospekt restored white stone facing, renovated facade and updated decor. Repair has become part of a large-scale improvement, which resulted in several lobbies of Moscow subway appeared in its original form.

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Old November 22nd, 2016, 12:44 AM   #3979
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The new station - Nekrasovka. More than 20 kilometers from the city center.
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