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Old October 14th, 2010, 02:04 AM   #381
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Station "Parnas" (2006):

"Parnas" ("Parnassus") is the rare for St.-Petersburg Metro indoor ground station. Station was named for nearby industrial zone Parnas. It is the northernmost subway station in Saint Petersburg and in Russia. The station's theme is ancient Greek motives integrated into a modern "high-tech" design.

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Old October 14th, 2010, 02:04 AM   #382
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Old October 15th, 2010, 12:35 AM   #383
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St.-Petersburg Metro, station "Gorkovskaya" (1963):

"Gorkovskaya" is a station on the Line 2 of the Saint Petersburg Metro. It opened on July 1, 1963. "Gorkovskaya" is deep-level (depth - 53 metres) tri-vaulted station of pylon type. The station's name was derived from Maxim Gorky Avenue (later renamed Kronverksky Avenue). The station was designed as a tribute to the Russian/Soviet writer Maxim Gorky (1868-1936), who was lived at this Avenue since 1914 till 1921.

The ground-level vestibule is located at the intersection between Kamennoovstovsky and Kronverksky Avenues. The vestibule was designed to withstand a direct impact during carpet bombing. The station closed on October 11, 2008 for a 14 months reconstruction of vestibule and reopened in December 26, 2009 as initially planned.

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Old October 16th, 2010, 12:36 PM   #385
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Rolf, UFO station, very nice indeed.
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St.-Petersburg Metro, station "Zvenigorodskaya" (2008):

"Zvenigorodskaya" is a station of the Saint Petersburg Metro. It is opened on December 20, 2008 as a part of the first starting complex of Line 5. "Zvenigorodskaya" is deep-level (depth - 52 metres) tri-vaulted station of column-wall type. The station's name was derived from Zvenigorodskaya street (Zvenigorod is an ancient Russian town in Moscow Region).

During one year station hasn't own vestibule. For the message with other lines of underground the corridor between stations "Zvenigorodskaya" and "Pushkinskaya" (1956), and for an exit on a surface - escalator tunnel of station "Pushkinskaya" of Line 1 (1956) were involved transitive. Under the initial data from press-service of Saint Petersburg Metro, a concourse building should construct under the project of the architect Alexander Konstantinov. This project was described as a two-storeyed building with a portico harmoniously entered in an architectural ensemble of the former barracks of Semyonovsky regiment.

Concourse will be land, it will be located on the ground floor of specially constructed building, it will take places between houses № 1 and № 3 on Zvenigorodskaya street. It was originally planned to build a two-storeyed building which should remind appearance a building of barracks of Semyonovsky regiment. On the ground floor it was planned to place a concourse, and on the second - services of Saint Petersburg Metro. Now is under construction five-floor shopping mall under the project of "Adamant" company.

The ground-level vestibule was opened on December 26, 2009 in the ground floor of future trade complex. The decoration is devoted to Semyonovsky regiment.

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"Zvenigorodskaya" after the opening of vestibule:

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Passanger volume in the Russian Metropolitans, 2009:

1. MOSCOW - 2392 mln. people. 93.0% from 2008 (2573 mln.). Main factor - crisis.
2. ST.-PETERSBURG - 754 mln. people. 90.2% from 2008 (836 mln.). Main factor - crisis.
3. NOVOSIBIRSK - 70.0 mln. people. 90.3% from 2008 (77.5 mln.). Main factor - crisis.
4. YEKATERINBURG - 37.3 mln. people. 76.3% from 2008 (48.9 mln.). Main factors - crisis, increasing of ticket price from 10 to 14 RUR.
5. NIZHNIY NOVGOROD - 26.9 mln. people. 83.3% from 2008 (32.3 mln.). Main factor - crisis.
6. SAMARA - 16.7 mln. people. 88.8% from 2008 (18.8 mln.). Main factor - crisis.
7. KAZAN - 9.9 mln. people. 130.2% from 2008 (7.6 mln.). Main factors - crisis, opening of new station in 2008.
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October 14. Construction of stations in Yekaterinburg (planned yo be opened next year):

"Chkalovskaya" - they are working only in daytime:

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"Botanicheskaya" - many work in nighttime:

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Construction of vestibule for the station "Obvodny Kanal" in St.-Petersburg (planned to be opened in the end of 2010):






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St.-Petersburg Metro, station "Novocherkasskaya" (1985):

"Novocherkasskaya" is a station on the Line 4 of the St.-Petersburg Metro. Initially station was named "Krasnogvardeyskaya" ("Red Guard station") for nearby Krasnogvardeysky Avenue. However, in 1990 this avenue changed its name to Novocherkassky Avenue (Novocherkassk is a Russian city in Rostov Region). Therefore, in 1992 station also changed its name to "Novocherkasskaya".

"Novocherkasskaya" is deep-level (depth - 61 metres) of single-vaulted type which was built by so-called Leningrad technology. According to its former name, the station's theme is battle of St.-Petersburg Red Guardia for Soviet power.


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St.-Petersburg Metro, station "Lesnaya" (1975):

"Lesnaya" ("Forest station") is a station on the Line 1 of the St.-Petersburg Metro. Station was named for nearby urban forest, Lesnoy (Forest) Avenue and St.-Petersburg State Forest Technical Academy. "Lesnaya" is deep-level (depth - 64 metres) tri-vaulted station of column type. The station's theme is forest nature.

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Two retro-photos of 2002. Lighting of the sun has been disabled:


Here was old scheme at track walls:


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Vestibule after reconstruction of April 2004 (photo was made in 2008):
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