Gorskaya railway station

Gorskaya (Russian: Го́рская), is a railway station near Saint Petersburg, Russia. The station was opened on November 26, 1894, when the Primorskaya line was extended from Razdelnaya station to Sestroretsk.[1]

Gorskaya
regional rail
Station in 1904
Coordinates60°2′21″N 29°58′37″E
Line(s)Sestroretsk line
Platforms1
Tracks1
ConnectionsHistorical Primorskaya line
Construction
Structure typeat-grade
History
Opened1894
Rebuilt1952, 2001
Electrified1952

Rebuilding

As built, there were two tracks and two lateral platforms. In 1952, the line was electrified and, at the same time, high platforms were constructed. In 1999-2001 when the Gorskaya road interchange was built, the station was reconstructed again.[2]

See also

References

Route maps

Preceding station   Primorskaya Railway   Following station
Primorskaya line in 1894 - 1900
Local
toward Sestroretsk
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