Verkhniye Kotly (Moscow Central Circle)
(Redirected from Verkhnie Kotly (Moscow Central Circle))
|Moscow Metro station|
|Location||Nagornyy Proyezd, 2А,|
|Owned by||Government of Moscow (MKZD)|
|Operated by||Russian Railways (within Moscow Metro)|
|Line(s)||Moscow Central Circle|
|Platforms||2 (side platforms)|
|Train operators||Russian Railways|
|Connections||Moscow Railway Platform:|
Verkhnie Kotly railway station
|Opened||10 September 2016|
The station is named for the former village of Verkhniye Kotly, which was annexed to Moscow in 1932. The name of the station was changed from the originally planned Varshavskoye Shosse in August 2016.
- "Станция МЦК "Войковская" в столице переименована в "Балтийскую"". TASS. 2016-08-10.
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