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Primorskaya (Saint Petersburg Metro)

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Primorskaya
Saint Petersburg Metro station
Metro SPB Line3 Primorskaya platform.jpg
Station Hall
LocationVasileostrovsky District
Saint Petersburg
Russia
Owned bySaint Petersburg Metro
Line(s)
Line 3 (Saint Petersburg Metro)
Nevsko–Vasileostrovskaya Line
Platforms1 (Island platform)
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
Depth≈71 m (233 ft)
History
Opened28 September 1979
ElectrifiedThird rail
Services
Preceding station Spb metro logo.svg Saint Petersburg Metro Following station
Zenit
towards Begovaya
Line 3 Vasileostrovskaya
towards Rybatskoye

Primorskaya (Russian: Примо́рская) is the station of the Nevsko–Vasileostrovskaya Line (Line 3) of the Saint Petersburg Metro. It was designed by V.N. Sokolov, M.I. Starodubov and V.A. Penno and opened on 28 September 1979. The opening of the station, situated in the western part of Vasilievsky Island, was designed to coincide with the expansion of the local neighborhoods. Like many stations built during the Cold War era, it was designed to double as a fallout shelter. Thus, the underground portion of the station features a set of blast doors a few meters before the escalator. The station's exit vestibule was eventually expanded to house one of the system's communication centers. The building also hosts a metro museum and Metropoliten cafe.

Local landmarks

It is also fairly close to Novosmolenskaya Cemetery, the city's first cemetery

Recent developments and plans

The station is slated to have a transfer link to the Pravoberezhnaya Line. The station it will link to will probably be called Primorskaya II. However, the construction is unlikely to be completed before 2015 at the very earliest.

The extension of the line north to Novokrestovskaya and Begovaya opened on 26 May 2018.[1][2]

Transit links

  • Tramway - Route 6
  • Trolleybus - Route 10
  • Municipal Bus - Routes 1, 6, 7, 47, 152
  • Marshrutka - К-6к, К-38, К-44, К-44а, К-120, К-124, К-162, К-175а, К-183, К-186, К-273, К-247, К-248, К-309, К-359, К-362, К-690.

References

  1. ^ "Перспективы развития метрополитена" (in Russian). Saint Petersburg Metro. Retrieved 20 January 2018.
  2. ^ "В Петербурге назвали сроки открытия пяти новых станций метро" (in Russian). rbc.ru. Retrieved 20 January 2018.

External links


This page was last edited on 4 September 2020, at 18:15
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