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Old February 19th, 2013, 12:57 PM   #2801
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METRO DEPOT "YUZHNOYE"

Metro depot "Yuzhnoye" ("Southern") is a future depot №7 of the Saint Petersburg Metro. It will be located in the industrial area of Shushary, near automotive plant of the "Toyota Motor Corporation". After launching, it will be serve Pravoberezhnaya Line 4 and Frunzensko-Primorskaya Line 5. As result, it will be possible to launch eight-car trains at these lines instead of six-car trains.

The preparation works at the territory of construction site of depot began in December 2012. Metro depot "Yuzhnoye" is scheduled to open in 2016.

The scheme of Metro station "Shushary" and Metro depot "Yuzhnoye":

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Old February 19th, 2013, 01:00 PM   #2802
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April 22, 2012. Automotive Plant Driveway, view from Pushkinsky District in direction to the Frunzensky District. The territory of "General Motors" automotive plant (left) and future Metro depot "Yuzhnoye" (right):

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April 22, 2012. Automotive Plant Driveway. The automotive plant of "Toyota Motor Corporation" and territory of the future Metro depot "Yuzhnoye" (left):

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April 22, 2012:

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February 10, 2013. The construction site of Metro depot "Yuzhnoye":

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P.S. In next posts I will write about plans for further development of the Saint Petersburg Metro (after 2016).
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Old February 19th, 2013, 04:37 PM   #2803
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[QUOTE=AlekseyVT;100440808]"BALKANSKAYA"

"Balkanskaya" ("Balkan") is a planned station of the Frunzensko-Primorskaya Line (Line 5) of the Saint Petersburg Metro. It was planned to be located near the intersections of the Bucharest Street with Aleksa Dundić Street and Little Balkan Street, in the Balkansky Municipal Okrug, Frunzensky District.

The station is named after Balkansky Municipal Okrug in which it was planned to be located. This okrug got its name because the names of many streets and avenues in this and neighboring area are connected with Balkan Peninsula (such as Aleksa Dundić Street, Bucharest Street, Carpathian Street, Dimitrov Street, Little Balkan Street, Little Carpathian Street, Plovdiv Street, Shipka Lane, Sofia Street, Zagreb Boulevard, etc).

Balkansky Municipal Okrug without Serbian cities.
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Old February 19th, 2013, 11:08 PM   #2804
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Balkansky Municipal Okrug without Serbian cities.
Belgradskaya street is nearby, right in the neighboring Municipality
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Old February 20th, 2013, 11:14 AM   #2805
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The Dunayskaya station looks really terrible. Very early 90s.
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Old February 26th, 2013, 11:26 AM   #2806
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ST. PETERSBURG TRAM

December 23, 2012. 71-631 (KTM-31) tramcar №5210 (constructed in 2011 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Crownwork Avenue:

Михаил Черныш

December 23, 2012. 71-631 (KTM-31) tramcar №5210 (constructed in 2011 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) turns from Crownwork Avenue to Kuybyshev Street:

Михаил Черныш

February 3, 2013. 71-631 (KTM-31) tramcar №5210 (constructed in 2011 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) and BKM 84300M tramcar №5212 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at tram depot №5:

Diod

February 10, 2013. 71-631 (KTM-31) tramcar №5210 (constructed in 2011 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Gakkel Street, tram route №18:

DenisKe

February 10, 2013. 71-631 (KTM-31) tramcar №5210 (constructed in 2011 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Gakkel Street, tram route №18:

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February 18, 2013. 71-631 (KTM-31) tramcar №5210 (constructed in 2011 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at terminal stop "Metro 'Staraya Derevnya' ('Old Village')", tram route №18:

Dissident

February 20, 2013. 71-631 (KTM-31) tramcar №5210 (constructed in 2011 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Zhukov Street:

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December 31, 2012. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7400 (constructed in 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Kosygin Avenue, tram route №64:

Сергачёв Андрей

December 31, 2012. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7400 (constructed in 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Mentors Avenue, tram route №64:

Сергачёв Андрей

January 3, 2013. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7400 (constructed in 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) and LVS-86K tramcar №3090 (constructed in August 1996 at Petersburg Tram Mechanical Factory) at terminal stop "Metro 'Ladozhskaya' ('Ladoga')", tram route №64:

Mr.Den

December 23, 2012. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7401 (constructed in November 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Ryabovo Highway, tram route №64:

DenisKe

January 4, 2013. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7401 (constructed in November 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at terminal stop "Metro 'Ladozhskaya' ('Ladoga')", tram route №64:

Влад96

January 11, 2013. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7401 (constructed in November 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Rzhevskaya Square, tram route №64:

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December 26, 2012. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7402 (constructed in 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Ryabovo Highway, tram route №64:

Олег Бодня

December 27, 2012. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7402 (constructed in 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Ryabovo Highway, tram route №64:

mYm

December 31, 2012. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7402 (constructed in 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Kosygin Avenue, tram route №64:

Сергачёв Андрей

December 31, 2012. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7403 (constructed in 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Mentors Avenue, tram route №64:

Сергачёв Андрей

February 13, 2013. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7402 (constructed in 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) in tram depot №7:

cyclofillydea

February 13, 2013. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7402 (constructed in 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) in tram depot №7:

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December 31, 2012. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7404 (constructed in December 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Kosygin Avenue, tram route №10:

Сергачёв Андрей

December 31, 2012. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7404 (constructed in December 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Kosygin Avenue, tram route №10:

Сергачёв Андрей

January 5, 2013. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7404 (constructed in December 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) and 71-134A (LM-99AVN) tramcar №3912 (constructed in May 2008 at Petersburg Tram Mechanical Factory) at terminal stop "Rzhevka", tram route №64:

СОЛОВЕЙ

January 5, 2013. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7404 (constructed in December 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Kosygin Avenue, tram route №64:

Яков Титенок

January 24, 2013. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7404 (constructed in December 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Ryabovo Highway, tram route №64:

Шпекавыг

February 20, 2013. 71-631-02 (KTM-31) tramcar №7404 (constructed in December 2012 at Ust-Katav Wagon-Building Plant) at Hay Square:

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December 30, 2012. BKM 84300M tramcar №5211 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) and LM-68M tramcars №5681 and №5689 (constructed in 1986 and 1988 at Leningrad Wagon-Repair Plant, now Petersburg Tram Mechanical Factory) at tram depot №5:

Роман Агатипов

December 30, 2012. BKM 84300M tramcar №5211 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at terminal stop "Mechnikov Hospital":

Роман Агатипов

January 19, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5211 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at terminal stop "Creeks", tram route №9. The first day of passenger operation:

mashinist475

January 19, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5211 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Rustaveli Street, tram route №9. The first day of passenger operation:

DenisKe

January 19, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5211 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at terminal stop "Metro 'Udelnaya'", tram route №9. The first day of passenger operation:

Леонид Агафонов

January 24, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5211 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) in tram depot №5:

Шпекавыг

January 26, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5211 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Science Avenue, tram route №9:

Сергачёв Андрей

January 26, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5211 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Engels Avenue, tram route №9:

Сергачёв Андрей

January 26, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5211 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at terminal stop "Creeks", tram route №9:

xrds2009

February 3, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5211 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Savushkin Street, tram route №19:

DenisKe

February 3, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5211 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Linden Alley, tram route №19:

Влад96

February 3, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5211 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Linden Alley, tram route №19:

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December 28, 2012. BKM 84300M tramcar (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at tram depot №5:

Роман Агатипов

January 17, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5212 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Lunacharsky Avenue:

Роман Агатипов

January 17, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5212 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at tram depot №5:

СОЛОВЕЙ

January 23, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5212 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Engels Avenue, tram route №9. The second day of passenger operation:

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February 20, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5212 (constructed in 2012 at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Hay Square:

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January 29, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5213 (constructed at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Savushkin Street:

Шпекавыг

January 29, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5213 (constructed at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Savushkin Street:

Шпекавыг

January 29, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5213 (constructed at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Savushkin Street:

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January 29, 2013. BKM 84300M tramcar №5213 (constructed at "Belkommunmash" Plant in Minsk, Belarus) at Savushkin Street:

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FURTHER DEVELOPMENT - 2016-2020:

According to my preliminary estimates, in 2016-2020 should be implemented (completely or partially) following plans:
1) The first stage of the construction of the new Krasnoselsko-Kalininskaya Line 6;
2) The western extension of the Line 4 to Metro station "Teatralnaya";
3) The northwestern extension of the Line 5 to Metro station "Shuvalovsky Prospekt";
4) The northwestern extension of the Line 2 to Metro station "Novokrestovskaya".


However, with the current level of funding of Metro construction, it's more likely that some of these projects will be postponed


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THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW KRASNOSELSKO-KALININSKAYA LINE 6

In 2016-2020, there are plans to launch first segment of new Krasnoselsko-Kalininskaya Line 6 between Metro stations "Obvodny Kanal 2" and "Yugo-Zapadnaya" (total length - 10.3 km).

Krasnoselsko-Kalininskaya Line 6 is the proposed line of the Saint Petersburg Metro which scheduled to be opened in 2016-2020 with 4 stations put into service in its initial opening. This line will be built in order to decrease passenger traffic at the overloaded Line 1 - the most oldest line of the Saint Petersburg Metro. The new line will be built almost parallel to the Line 1 and will be have two transfer with it at the stations "Kirovsky Zavod" ("Kirov Plant") and "Ploshchad Vosstaniya" ("Uprising Square"). Krasnoselsko-Kalininskaya Line will connect southwestern (Krasnoselsky District) and northeastern (Kalininsky District) parts of Saint Petersburg through city centre.

By December 2012, following stations are planned to be built within first stage of the construction:
1) "Obvodny Kanal 2" (transfer to "Obvodny Kanal" on the Line 5);
2) * "Borovaya";
3) "Zastavskaya" (transfer to "Moskovskiye Vorota" on the Line 2);
4) * "Bronevaya";
5) "Putilovskaya" (transfer to "Kirovsky Zavod" on the Line 1);
6) "Yugo-Zapadnaya".

* The intermediate Metro stations "Borovaya" and "Bronevaya" (near eponymous railway stations) will be built only structurally. It will be so-called "ghost stations" during few years since the opening of Line 6. Its construction will be completed later (assumedly during second stage of construction).

Also, there will be built Metro depot "Krasnoselskaya" and service branch line between Metro stations "Putilovskaya" and "Narvskaya" as well as administrative complex near Metro station "Yugo-Zapadnaya".

As result, there will be opened first station in the Yugo-Zapad (South-West) Municipal Okrug. It's planned that opening of new line should help to decrease passenger traffic at the few stations of the Line 1 - "Baltiyskaya" ("Baltic"; opened on November 15, 1955), "Avtovo" (opened on November 15, 1955), "Leninsky Prospekt" ("Lenin Avenue"; opened on October 5, 1977), "Prospekt Veteranov" ("Veterans Avenue"; opened on October 5, 1977). Also, it should help to decrease number of passengers who use cross-platform interchange at Metro station "Tekhnologichesky Institut" ("Institute of Technology"; Line 1/Line 2; opened in 1955/1961).

After its opening, Line 6 planned to be extended to the southwest and northeast.

The actual project of the first stage of the new Krasnoselsko-Kalininskaya Line 6:

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"OBVODNY KANAL 2"

"Obvodny Kanal 2" ("Bypass Canal 2") is a future northeastern terminal station of the Krasnoselsko-Kalininskaya Line 6 of the Saint Petersburg Metro. It will be located near the intersection of the Ligovsky Avenue and Pryluky Street, in the Volkovskoye Municipal Okrug, Frunzensky District.

The station is named after Bypass Canal near which it will be located. Bypass Canal is the longest canal in Saint Petersburg. Its length - 8.08 km, width - 21.3 m (in the eastern part - to 42.6 m), depth - 2 m. It flows from the Neva River near Alexander Nevsky Lavra to the Yekaterinhofka River not far from the sea port. Two rivers flow into the Bypass Canal: Monastyrka River (to the right) and Volkovka River (to the left). Initially, Bypass Canal with a defence wall was constructed between Yekaterinhofka River and Ligovsky Canal in 1769-1780 according to the project of engineer Lev Carbonnier. In 1805, engineer Ivan Gerard started building the eastern part of the Obvodny Canal, deepening and extending the old bed. These works were finished in 1816-1833 under leadership of French engineers Pierre-Dominique Bazaine and Benoît Paul Émile Clapeyron. By 1830s, Bypass Canal became southern border of the city. The navigation of the whole route was opened in 1835. In the second half of 19th century, during the Industrial Revolution, this area became place of the construction of industrial enterprises. It considered to be the first industrial cluster in Russian Empire. Bypass Canal effectively became main transport artery for transportation of raw materials and finished products, the source of water and sewer collecting wastewater of adjacent industrial enterprises. Except industrial enterprises, there were built buildings of Warsaw Rail Terminal (1852-1860) and Baltic Rail Terminal (1855-1858). In 1930s, the Bypass Canal was cleaned and deepened (architect Konstantin Dmitriyev, engineer I. Tarasenko). The concrete embankment between Baltic Rail Terminal and Gaza Avenue (now Old Peterhof Avenue) was constructed and the building of main embankments and bridges was completed in 1960s. Eventually the canal became shallow and now is not navigable anymore. Bypass Canal is spanned with 21 city bridges and 2 railway bridges. The banks of the canal are lined with granite. The Bypass Canal embankments belong to the main city's thoroughfares and are an important part of the city's industrial zone. They are dominated with industrial and transport buildings.

"Obvodny Kanal" ("Bypass Canal") is the station on the Frunzensko-Primorskaya Line 5 of the Saint Petersburg Metro. This station is also known as "Obvodny Kanal 1" ("Bypass Canal 1"). It's located near the intersection of the Ligovsky Avenue and Bypass Canal Embankment, in the Volkovskoye Municipal Okrug, Frunzensky District. The station was opened on December 30, 2010 on the existing track of the Line 5 between Metro stations "Zvenigorodskaya" and "Volkovskaya" (both stations were opened on December 20, 2008). Within two years trains bypassed "Obvodny Kanal" without stops because this station was uncompleted and had no exit. It was difficult to build exit from this station because it's located in the historical district of St. Petersburg. As a result, it was decided to demolish two buildings - former movie theater "North" and 8-storey living house (both buildings were built in 1914) - and to build trade store with the vestibule of Metro station at this site. In 2008 both buildings were demolished. On October 5, 2009 there began construction of the escalator tunnel, which was finished on December 25, 2009. In June 2010 was started construction of the trade store of "Adamant" Holding with the vestibule of station. The vestibule was opened on December 30, 2010 at the ground floor of the uncompleted building of the trade store. The trade store "Ligov" (total area - 35.700 sq.m.) was built according to the project of Vladimir Fraifeld, Dmitry Sedakov and Yu. Timoshenko. It was opened on September 17, 2011.

The architects of Metro station "Obvodny Kanal" were Boris Podolsky and Pavel Malmalayev. "Obvodny Kanal" is the deep-level station of the pylon type (depth - 61 m). Originally there were plans to build it as the deep-level single-vaulted station with cross-platform interchange to the Line 6, but this design was rejected in order to reduce cost and to accelerate pace of construction. The vestibule and underground hall of station are decorated in the style of industrial architecture. It's due to fact that in the second half of 19th century there was created first industrial cluster in the Russian Empire in the area of Bypass Canal. The pylons of station are faced with white polished Italian marble "Bianco Carrara". The floor is paved with grey and white granite. The track walls are decorated with glass ceramical panels (artists - Alexander Gordin and Pavel Yakushin), which depicts life of St. Petersburg in late 19th - early 20th century. The panels at the one track wall are depict right embankment of Bypass Canal, the panels at the other track wall - left embankment. The total length of panels is 360 metres. The walls in the southern end of central hall and in the transfer corridor are decorated with large decorative glass ceramic panels in the frame of black Gabbro-diabase "Karelia". The exit from station is located near the northern end, with four escalators. In the near future transfer to the Line 6 is planned to open. The future station will be called "Obvodny Kanal 2".

The architects of Metro station "Obvodny Kanal 2" are Boris Podolsky and Pavel Malmalayev. Its ground-level vestibule will be located at the intersection of the Ligovsky Avenue and Pryluky Street near Saint Petersburg Bus Terminal. The project name of station were "Karetnaya" ("Coach") and "Karetny Most" ("Coach Bridge"). "Obvodny Kanal 2" will be deep-level three-vaulted station of the column-wall type (depth ~ 60 m). The transfer to the Line 5 will be built via bridge over track ways. The station will be decorated in High-tech style. Its decor will be illustrate process of construction of Metro station and vestibule. The shape of the ground-level vestibule will remind tunnel boring machine after end of construction of the escalator tunnel. The station will be decorated with glass panels with photoimages of the station at the stage of construction. Therefore, according to the authors of project, the passengers will be able to see "anatomy of Metro".

The trade store "Ligov":

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The future transfer station "Obvodny Kanal" ("Bypass Canal"; Line 5; opened on December 30, 2010):

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The project of Metro station "Obvodny Kanal 2" ("Bypass Canal 2"; Line 6):

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"BOROVAYA"

"Borovaya" ("Pinery") is a future station of the Krasnoselsko-Kalininskaya Line 6 of the Saint Petersburg Metro. It will be located near the railway station "Borovaya", at the border of the Moskovskaya Zastava Municipal Okrug of Moskovsky District and Volkovskoye Municipal Okrug of Frunzensky District.

The station is named due to location near the 2.17-km long Pinery Street and railway station "Borovaya" ("Pinery"). Previously there was pinery (pine forest) in this area, which was cut down in mid-18th century. During some time, this area was known as Big Stumps. In second half of 18th century, street was built up at the place of the former pinery. It was known as Sandy Road (in 1768-1799) and Sand Street (in 1793-1829). The other name of same street - Pinery Street - is known since 1788. In 1829 there were formed separate Pinery Street and Sand Street (since 1858 - Chernihiv Street). There is located railway station "Borovaya" ("Pinery") of the Vitebsk direction of the October Railway near the Pinery Street.

The architects of Metro station "Borovaya" are Alexander Potekhin and Nikolay Romashkin-Timanov. The project name of station was "Vitebsky Prospekt" ("Vitebsk Avenue"). "Borovaya" will be deep-level three-vaulted station of the pylon type. Its platform will be located under railway, perpendicular to it. There will be built two exits. The one exit will be located in the ground floor of two-storey building, which will be built at the intersection of the Kiev Street, Chernihiv Street and Rybinsk Street, near railway station "Borovaya". The second exit will be located in the ground-floor vestibule at the intersection of the Ligovsky Avenue and Tosin Street, near the industrial buildings of the 19th-20th centuries.

It's planned that Metro station "Borovaya" will be served passenger who uses interchange between railway and Metro. As result, it will help to decrease number of passengers who currently uses interchange between neighboring Vitebsk Rail Terminal and Metro stations "Pushkinskaya" ("Alexander Pushkin"; Line 1) and "Zvenigorodskaya" ("Zvenigorod"; Line 5). Previously there existed plans to build transfer to the planned Ring Line at the "Borovaya" station. But later it was decided to build it at the Metro station "Bronevaya".


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"ZASTAVSKAYA"

"Zastavskaya" ("Outpost") is a future station of the Krasnoselsko-Kalininskaya Line 6 of the Saint Petersburg Metro. It will be located near the intersection of the Tashkent Street and Eastern St. Mitrofan Driveway, in the Moskovskaya Zastava Municipal Okrug, Moskovsky District. The project names of this station were "Moskovskiye Vorota 2" ("Moscow Gate 2") and "Chernigovskaya" ("Chernihiv").

The station is named after Moskovskaya Zastava Municipal Okrug in which it will be located. Moskovskaya Zastava (Moscow Outpost) is the historical name of the northern part of present-day Moskovsky District. The name originates from the outpost (checkpoint) that existed at the intersection of Moscow Road (present-day Moscow Avenue) and Ligovsky Canal (present-day Ligovsky Avenue). Up to the end of the 19th century, Moscow Outpost remained a sparsely populated territory with rural settlements. In the late 19th-early 20th centuries, it was developed mainly with industrial enterprises ("Siemens-Schuckert" Plant, Wagon-Building Plant, Shoe Factory of "Skorokhod" Association, etc.). On Transbalkanian Avenue (now Moscow Avenue) and adjoining streets, apartments houses and quarters for workers were constructed. After October Revolution of 1917, industrial development of this territory was continued: former "Simens-Schuckert" Plant was enlarged and turned into "Elektrosila" ("Electric Power") Plant; a diary factory replaced the former city slaughterhouses; "Pishchevik" Tinned Food Factory, "Farmakon" Pharmaceutical Plant and other enterprises were constructed. In 1926, Ligovsky Canal was filled in, to be replaced with a continuation of Ligovsky Avenue. In 1930s, a number of public houses were built along Moscow Avenue: Ilyich Palace of Culture for Workers of "Elektrosila" Plant, Kapranov House of Culture for Workers of "Skorokhod" Association, the buildings of the Council of Moskovsky District and "Soyuzpushnina" (1939). During the Siege of Leningrad of 1941-1944, the region of Moscow Outpost was severely damaged by artillery and air-raids. On April 29, 1961, three Metro stations - "Frunzenskaya" ("Mikhail Frunze"), "Moskovskiye Vorota" ("Moscow Gate") and "Elektrosila" ("Electric Power") were opened on the territory of Moscow Outpost. The modern Moscow Outpost remains an important industrial area, where over 30 industrial enterprises are located: "Elektrosila", "Vagonmash" ("Wagon-Building Plant"), "Khlebny Dom" mechanized bakery, Oil and Lard Industrial Complex, a Cold Storage Facility № 1; numerous motor transport and construction and assembly enterprises. The residential houses, shopping and services facilities are concentrated along Moscow Avenue, the main thoroughfare of the district. The most well-known monuments of Moscow Outpost are the Moscow Triumphal Gate and New Maidens' Convent of the Resurrection with a historic necropolis. Today, a municipal establishment of Moskovsky District bears the name of Moskovskaya Zastava (Moscow Outpost).

The Moscow Triumphal Gate is a Neoclassical triumphal arch in Saint Petersburg. The monument - built mainly in cast iron - was erected in 1834–1838 in the memory of the Russian victory in the Russo-Turkish War of 1828-1829. At the beginning, the triumphal gate was supposed to be erected by the Bypass Canal, but as the city expanded further to the south, the site for the gate was moved to the intersection of the Moscow Highway (now Moscow Avenue) and Ligovsky Canal. In addition, two guard posts were erected on both sides of the Moscow Highway. In this way, the monument not only became a triumphal structure, but also a gateway into the capital of Russian Empire. The Moscow Triumphal Gate were designed by the great Russian architect Vasily Stasov (1769-1848), who was also responsible for the re-design of the Narva Triumphal Gate (1827-1834) in Saint Petersburg. Stasov, an exponent of the Empire style, originally developed two different designs for the gate before a full size model of one of the designs was erected. The project was confirmed on January 17, 1834. The solemn laying of gate was held on September 14, 1834, on the 5th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Adrianople (1829). In the following year, the Neoclassical sculptor Boris Orlovsky (1796-1837) developed models of the sculpture details of the gate, including war trophies and figures of geniuses. The chief material to be used in building the gate was cast iron. The castings for the ends of the columns and walls located above the cornices, the forging from the sheets of copper sculpture details including the figures of geniuses, trophies and upper parts of the columns were produced at a local factory. The cast iron for the columns were cast in another local factory. Each column is composed of nine separate blocks together with the trunks and the upper units of the columns. All 12 columns weigh approximately a combined 450 tons. The first column was erected on July 14, 1836. The gate were finally opened two years later, on October 28, 1838.

At that time, Moscow Gate were the largest structure in the world made of cast iron. The monumental portico made of the powerful columns symbolized greatness and glory of the Russian Army. The war victory theme was further underlined with the sculpture compositions of war trophies, signs and weapons. The use of a frieze of 30 sculptural figures of genius made from copper sheets of seven different models in the monument was considered an architectural innovation of the day. Being erected as a memorial of a military victory, the main concept behind the gate was the ostentatious display of state power. This concept is inherent in most of Stasov's designs in Saint Petersburg, such as the Pauline Barracks (1817–1821), Transfiguration Cathedral (1827–1829), Trinity Cathedral (1828–1835) and Narva Triumphal Gate (1827–1834). In 1936, during the period of Joseph Stalin's concentration of power over the Leningrad leadership, the historic gate was dismantled with plans to move them to planned park at the Moscow Square in Leningrad. Later, during the Siege of Leningrad in 1941, when the German army approached the outskirts of Leningrad, the cast iron blocks of the gate were used in creating an anti-tank defensive structure near the southern border of the city, helping to repel the Germans during the siege. After the great Soviet Victory in WWII, all the city planning programs included an item on restoration of the Moscow Triumphal Gate on the former site. Taking into account the fact that key parts necessary for gate’s revival were preserved, on May 8, 1956 the Leningrad Municipal Executive Committee took a decision on restoration of the Moscow Triumphal Gate. The gate was restored from 1958 to 1960. A group of restorers led by the architect Ivan Kaptsyug - who had been responsible for the restoration of the destroyed Constantine Palace in 1949–1956 - managed to recreate most of the lost sculptural details of the monument. The new columns, friezes and cornices were cast at the Kirov Plant in Leningrad. In 2001-2002 the State Museum of City Sculpture undertook a major restoration of the Moscow Triumphal Gates with the replacement of the top, complete restoration of the décor and cast iron details, and revival of the gate's historical color and the original historical dedicatory inscription.

2006. Moscow Triumphal Gate dedicated to the "victorious Russian Army in commemoration of feats in Persia, Turkey and while pacification of Poland in 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830, 1831" (dedicatory inscription composed by Russian Emperor Nicholas I):

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April 12, 2008. 71-152 (LVS-2005) tramcar №1103 (constructed in December 2007 at Petersburg Tram Mechanical Factory) at Moscow Gate Square, tram route №49:

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May 17, 2008. 71-152 (LVS-2005) tramcar №1105 (constructed in December 2007 at Petersburg Tram Mechanical Factory) at Moscow Gate Square, tram route №45:

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June 5, 2008. 71-152 (LVS-2005) tramcar №1105 (constructed in December 2007 at Petersburg Tram Mechanical Factory) at Moscow Avenue, tram route №25:

Михаил Черныш

July 9, 2008. 71-152 (LVS-2005) tramcar №1101 (constructed in December 2006 at Petersburg Tram Mechanical Factory) at Moscow Avenue, tram route №43:

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August 11, 2008. 71-134K (LM-99K) tramcar №1302 (constructed in December 2002 at Petersburg Tram Mechanical Factory) at Moscow Gate Square, tram route №16:

Александр Конов

August 12, 2008. 71-152 (LVS-2005) tramcar №1102 (constructed in December 2007 at Petersburg Tram Mechanical Factory) at Moscow Avenue, tram route №29:

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May 1, 2009. LVS-86K tramcar №1029 (constructed in February 1991 at Leningrad Wagon-Repair Plant, now Petersburg Tram Mechanical Factory) at Moscow Gate Square, tram route №43:

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December 16, 2009. 71-153 (LM-2008) tramcar №1417 (constructed in December 2009 at Petersburg Tram Mechanical Factory) at Moscow Avenue:

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December 7, 2011. 71-152 (LVS-2005) tramcar №1103 (constructed in December 2007 at Petersburg Tram Mechanical Factory) at Moscow Gate Square:

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