Primorsky railway station

Primorsky station (Russian: Примо́рский вокза́л) was a railway station located in St. Petersburg, Russia. It was constructed by the Joint-stock company of the Primorskaya St.-Peterburg-Sestroretsk railway and was opened as part of the Ozerki line on July, 23rd 1893.[1]

Primorsky station
Commuter service passenger station
Primorsky station in 1900s (decade)
Coordinates59°59′04″N 30°17′36″E
Platforms3 (2 island, 1 side)
Tracks3
ConnectionsHistorical Ozerki line, Tovarnaya line
Construction
Platform levelslow
History
Closed1924[1]
Ozerki line
line Vyborg line
line Small October railway
Lesnaya
Ozerki
6.2 Ozernaya 
Ozerki
line Vyborg line
Finland Station
Udelnaya
5.0 Grafskiy Pavilion
3.0 Kolomuagi
line Small October railway
Kirovskaya
2.0 Skachki
line Tovarnaya line
Finland Station
Flyugov post
line SPb-Sestr-Beloostrov
Finland Station
Lanskaya
Severny factory
Novaya Derevnya
Objects
1893
line SPb-Sestr-Beloostrov
Primorsky - goods
0.0 Primorsky Rail T. (before 1924)
To Summer Garden
Distances in kilometers
Tovarnaya line
6.8 Finlyandsky Rail Terminal
Trackside 1869
Finlyandsky - Goods
5.1 Traction Depot
5.2 Locomotive Depot
5.2 Baburin post
4.0 Lesnoy crossover
Lesnoy prospect
3.6 A. Matrosov crossover
A. Matr. st.
Trackside 1924-1929
3.1
Bolshoy Sampsonievsky pr.
Flugov post
1924-1934
3.1 Kantemirovsky cr.
Kant.
3.0 Flugov post
1904-1929
Kushelevka
line SPb-Sestr.-Beloostrov
Lanskaya
Trackside
1904-1929
1.6 Serdobolsky stop
1904-1929
Trackside 1904-1929
Serdobolskaya street
Lanskoye shosse
line SPb-Sestr.-Beloostrov
Finlyandsky Rail Terminal
Flugov post
1924-1934
Lanskaya
Trackside 1904
1.0
Kolomyazsky prospect
Kolomyagi
Skatchki
line SPb-Sestr.-Beloostrov
Novaya Derevnya
Trackside 1823-1924
0.6 Kolomyajskу bridge
Primorsky - Goods
1904-1924
0.0 Primorsky Rail Terminal
1823-1924
To Summer Garden
Distances in kilometers
Railway line consists of single-track line tracksides

Catastrophic flooding on 23 September 1924 closed the Primorsky station and it was not restored later. Passenger traffic was redirected through the Tovarnaya line to Finland station in 1925, via Flugov post and Baburin post.[2]

References

  1. Chepurin, Sergey; Arkady Nikolayenko (May 2007). "Sestroretsk and Primorskaya railways(Сестрорецкая и Приморская железные дороги)" (in Russian). http://terijoki.spb.ru/trk_about.php3. Retrieved 2009-02-21. External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. Burochkin, Konstantin (1925). "The plan of Leningrad on areas". Funds of the Russian National Library (in Russian). The Russian State Academic Printing house. p. 4. Retrieved 2009-02-17.
Preceding station   Primorskaya Railway   Following station
TerminusPrimorskaya line in 1894
Local
toward Lakhta
Preceding station   Primorskaya Railway   Following station
TerminusTovarnaya line in 1904-1924
Local
toward Flyugov post
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