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Petrogradskaya metro station is closed for nearly a year
5.01.2013 16:21
Petrogradskaya metro station is closed for nearly a year

 The metro station Petrogradskaya in St. Petersburg has been closed since January 5 for repairing works. The station is expected to be reopened in 11 months, on November 1, 2013.


Now the trains between stations Gorkovskaya and Chernaya Rechka run without stops.


In 2013 the metro station Petrogradskaya will mark its 50th anniversary. For all these years the station has not been totally repaired. Now some constructions will be replaced by new and some will be renovated.  


St. Petersburg tourists and residents are offered to take two bus routs # 46a and # 180 and a tram #2, which were opened by the Transport Committee for the time Petrogradskaya station is closed. 

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: St. Petersburg Russian metro    

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