Except for their main railroad functions, Moscow railway stations are as well invaluable monument of architecture, whose walls witnessed the railway service enter Russia. Nowadays there are 9 working railway stations in Moscow. All of them are equipped with modern technologies, which allow passengers to easily orient, find out the trains schedule, quickly and easily get the access to any information needed. The electronic ticket sales system is already used in some of them. Government is planning on building three more new railway stations in Moscow. Moscow railway stations are cardinal to dead-end stations, from which the trains leave. Only Kurskiy, Saviolovskiy and Belorusskiy railway stations are not dead-end ones. Local commuter trains leave from each of them. Long distance transit trains pass only through Kurskiy railway station. Saviolovskiy railway station does not expedite long distance trains. Each railway station has an exit to one of the subway stations. Special trains leave from 4 out of 9 railway stations heading to the «Domodedovo», «Sheremetyevo» and «Vnukovo» airports.
All of the railway stations, except for Belorusskiy and Leningradskiy, got their names from the stations, where all Moscow trains arrive. The history of Moscow railway stations is very long and interesting. Leningradskiy, Belorusskiy and Rizhskiy railway stations were built in the 19th century. Paveletskiy railway station was built in 1900, Kievskiy and Kazanskiy — in the beginning of the 20th century. Some of the buildings, for example, Leningradskiy railway station, are on the list of architectural historical merits and are protected by the government. Kievskiy railway station was built by the residents of Ukraine.
There is a Three railway stations square in Moscow, which was called so because Leningradskiy, Kazanskiy and Yaroslavskiy railway stations are located there. Exept the railway stations, two river stations were situated in the capital of Russia: Nothern and Southern ones. Building of the Nothern one, which is made in the form of a big beautiful ship, is an object to cultural heritage of Russia. Southern (earlier Moscow river station) is situated in a two-storey glass building with a tower and a spire. Using our resource, you may find out more about the history of buildup and development of each railway station of Moscow, and check out the train schedule.
On our site, you can get a lot of useful information about the railways and railway stations in Moscow. Here you can find information about passenger and freight platforms and stations, their location on the map of Moscow and infrastructure nearby. You can also pave for himself a convenient route to the station or platform required taking into account all public transport in Moscow.
From all stations except Savelovsky, the traffic moves in a suburban area, long distance and international routes. Savyolovsky station serving commuter routes only. If you are interested in the schedule of trains or train from any of the stations - our portal will be your indispensable assistant. In addition, there is all necessary background information to you: addresses, phone numbers, and the desk attendant at the station, while the banks to sell tickets. Clicking on the name of your station, you will be taken to a page that collected detailed information about the history of its creation and development. After each station building - a historic value, which keeps the memory of the creation of the majestic city. There is also information that may be useful not only to residents of the city, but his guests: the location of the station shops, pharmacy kiosks, waiting rooms and exits to the subway.
In addition to the classical and electric railways of Moscow and the lines represented by another monorail. Information about it you can also find on our interactive service.
With our site you can:
• Get acquainted with all the information about the station in Moscow.
• See an interactive map on the location of all stations, easy driving directions to them, as well as the main direction of movement of trains and small ring of the Moscow Railway.
• Obtain information about all the platforms that are located within the city, and also about the infrastructure, organization and public transport nearby.
Our service allows you to:
• Get information on all railway stations in Moscow.
• To see the map of Moscow A small ring of the Moscow railway and the main direction (the direction of Gorky, Kazan direction, the direction of Kiev, Kursk direction, the direction of Leningrad, Paveletskoye direction, the direction of Riga, Savelovsky direction, the direction of Smolensk, Yaroslavl area).
• Learn about the platforms between the main lines.