Bolshevo railway station

Bolshevo railway station is a railway station in Moscow Oblast, Russia. It is located on the Mytishchi-Fryazino section of the Yaroslavsky suburban railway line. It is part of the Naukograd, or science city, of Korolyov.

Bolshevo
Moscow Railway station
Bolshevo railway station (Korolyov) 005.jpg
LocationBolshevo, Moscow Oblast
Russia
Coordinates55°55′34″N 37°51′40″E / 55.9262°N 37.8611°E / 55.9262; 37.8611Coordinates: 55°55′34″N 37°51′40″E / 55.9262°N 37.8611°E / 55.9262; 37.8611
Owned byRussian Railways
Operated byMoscow Railway
Line(s)Yaroslavsky Suburban Line
Platforms2
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeAt-grade
Other information
Station code2002080
Fare zone2
History
Opened1896
ElectrifiedYes
Services
Preceding station Russian Railways Logo.svg Russian Railways Following station
Podlipki-Dachnye
towards Mytishchi
Yaroslavsky Suburban
Fryazevo Branch
Valentinovka
towards Fryazevo
Yaroslavsky Suburban
Fryazino Branch
Fabrika 1 Maya

HistoryEdit

It takes its name from the historic settlement of Bolshevo. The station was opened 1896 as part of the Shchyolkovo-Mytishchi branch.[1] A historic photograph of the station was featured in the 2019 exhibition Station Bolshevo: the crossroads of fate, 1939.[2]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Лесные Поляны, и Окрестные Города и Веси". ok.ru. Retrieved 11 June 2020.
  2. ^ "«Станция Болшево: перекресток судеб. 1939»: чем уникальна выставка в Королеве". korolevriamo.ru. РИАМО. Retrieved 11 June 2020.