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Old November 5th, 2010, 03:06 PM   #461
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The depth of station is 35 meters:




There are several floor fixtures that resemble torches along the axis of the platform:
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Old November 5th, 2010, 03:07 PM   #462
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At the end of platform is located copy of the classical sculpture of the Greek sculptor Myron - "Discobolus" (mid-fifth century BC):


He represents the physical perfection of man:
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Old November 5th, 2010, 04:44 PM   #464
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VOLGOGRAD METROTRAM

Construction of second stage of Volgograd Metrotram:

Three southern underground stations - "Profsoyuznaya" ("Labour Unions"), "TYuZ" ("Theatre for Young Spectators") and "Yelshanka" are planned to be opened in 2011-2012, after complete replacement of rolling stock of Volgograd Metrotram.

Photos were taken in October 2010:

Vestibule of station "Yelshanka", which planned to be final station of second stage:

Albert&Shtein

This is old photo of this vestibule:

Albert&Shtein

Platform to the station "Rayonnaya" - planned station of third stage:

Albert&Shtein

Platform to the station "TYuZ" - planned neighboring station of second stage:

Albert&Shtein

Turbine:

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Tunnel under railways:

Albert&Shtein

Tunnel to the deadlock:

Albert&Shtein

Deadlock between "Yelshanka" and future station "Rayonnaya":

Albert&Shtein


Albert&Shtein
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Vestibule of the station "TYuZ":

Albert&Shtein

Tunnel to the station "Yelshanka":

Albert&Shtein


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Hermetic door:

Albert&Shtein
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Old November 5th, 2010, 04:50 PM   #467
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NOVOSIBIRSK METRO:

In contrast from Kazan - the photos of the Novosibirsk station "Zolotaya Niva", which was closed due to technical violations.



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Why Russian cars are so dirty?
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Why Russian cars are so dirty?
cause russian cities are very dusty
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Old November 6th, 2010, 02:05 AM   #469
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cause russian cities are very dusty
Right.

METRO CONSTRUCTION IN MOSCOW - BRIEF REPORT:

CONSTRUCTION OF THE SECOND EXIT FROM STATION "MARYINA ROSHCHA" (opened this year):

Russos

"BORISOVO"; project name - "KAZAKHSTANSKAYA" (2011):

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"SHIPILOVSKAYA" (2011):

METROMAN525


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"ZYABLIKOVO" (2011):

Hans24


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"NOVOKOSINO" (2012):

Олег-Н


Олег-Н
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wow! looking at AlekseyAV pictures of subway stations I feel like I am in some upscale museum.... impressive!
I though that it was the style popular in previous, soviet era but apparently this is still a case with newly built stations which makes me wonder how much guys do you spent on average for building every single station? Do you have any info about that?
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I though that it was the style popular in previous, soviet era but apparently this is still a case with newly built stations which makes me wonder how much guys do you spent on average for building every single station? Do you have any info about that?
It depends on two factors.

The first - the degree of funding. Today, funding comes only from a regional, not the federal budget. Accordingly, the pace of construction, for example, in Moscow or Kazan differ on the pace of construction in Samara or Nizhny Novgorod.

The second is the geological structure of the terrain. For example, there are unstable soils (swamps) in St. Petersburg. Therefore, it's necessary to build deep-level stations (55-65 metres). In Nizhny Novgorod now comes the construction of the station on the other bank of the river. So, it's need to build a bridge (common for Metro and autoroad) and lanes for vehicular traffic.

However, it's need to recognize that the pace of Metro construction fell sharply in comparison with the Soviet period, especially in the regions. The normal period for the construction of the shallow station is 2-3 years.
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YEKATERINBURG METRO

"Ploshchad 1905 goda" (1994):

Photos were taken by Gelio:
http://gelio-nsk.livejournal.com/124088.html

"Ploshchad 1905 goda" ("1905 Square") is a station of Yekaterinburg Metro, which located between stations "Dynamo" and "Geologicheskaya". It was built in the central part of Yekaterinburg near 1905 Square. The station was opened on December 22, 1994. This is deep-level three-vaulted station of pylon type. The architects of station were Arkady Zaslavsky and L. Maslennikov. The main theme of the station's decor is Russian Revolution of 1905:


The supports of the vaults are made in the form of strict granite portals, which are separating the central hall from the side platforms:


Color design of interior is based on the contrast between white track walls from the marble and red portals, which are faced with Karelian granite:




The depth of station is 35 meters:


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In the future there is planned to built interchange station "Glavny Prospekt" ("Main Avenue") of the Line 2. In the northern end of station "Ploshchad 1905 goda" planned to be built second exit with interchange on the future Line 2:


There are art inserts, which were made by the Ural masters in the technique of Florentine mosaic, on the track walls of station:


The central hall is lit by the chandeliers, the side platforms - by the decorative sconces between the portals:
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Cash office:


Exit to the city:
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YEKATERINBURG METRO

And the last station of the Yekaterinburg Metro - "Geologicheskaya" (2002):

Photos were taken by Gelio:
http://gelio-nsk.livejournal.com/124378.html

"Geologicheskaya" ("Geological station") is a final station of Yekaterinburg Metro. The neighboring station is "Ploshchad 1905 goda". "Geologicheskaya" is seventh station of Yekaterinburg Metro. It was opened on December 30, 2002. This is deep-level single-vaulted station, where planned to be built interchange on the future Line 3. The architect of this station was Spartak Ziganshin:


The construct of this station is three-tiered. On the upper tier are located service rooms, on the middle tier - station "Geologicheskaya" of the Line 1, on the lower tier planned to be built station of the future Line 3:


The theme of the station's decor is the wealth of the Ural subsoils. Only local (Ural) minerals were used in the decoration of the station:


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Mosaics on the track walls were made from the different kinds of stone. It illustrate a structure of the crust:


The construction of station was started in December 1989. The project name of the station was "Kuybyshevskaya" due to nearby Kuybyshev street:


The current name of the station was given by the decree of Sverdlovsk Regional Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Boris Yeltsin) and Sverdlovsk Regional Executive Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Anatoly Mekhrentsev). It was made at the request of the personnel of Production Association "Uralgeology" due to the fact that near the station is located the building of the Production Association, where worked prominent geologists of the Ural region and discoverers of deposits. Also station is located near Urals State University of Mines:


The depth of station is 30 meters:
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There are staircases to the future station of Line 3 in the middle of central hall. This station must be built in the lower tier:


Exit to the city:




There were installed turnstiles of the new model in the vestibule of station:
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YEKATERINBURG METRO

Metro depot "Kalinovskoe" (1991):

Photos were taken by Gelio:
http://gelio-nsk.livejournal.com/124647.html

Metro depot "Kalinovskoe" was opened on April 26, 1991. It's only one depot in the Yekaterinburg Metro. The nearest Metro station is "Prospekt Cosmonavtov" ("Cosmonauts Avenue"). Metro depot is connected with the railway on the rail station "Kalinovka". Rolling stock of the Yekaterinburg Metro consist of 81-717/714 trains. There are 54 cars in the park of Metro depot. Each passanger train consist of four cars:




Metro depot is located in the small forest massive:


Here is way for the running-in of trains at left side:
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