Voronezh-1 railway station

Voronezh-1 (Russian: Воронеж-1) is the main railway station in Voronezh, Voronezh Oblast, Russia. It is a junction station of South Eastern Railway.

South Eastern Railway terminal
General information
Location Russia, Voronezh
Coordinates51°40′47″N 39°12′13″E / 51.67972°N 39.20361°E / 51.67972; 39.20361
Owned byRussian Railways
Other information
Station code596506
Fare zone0
Preceding station   South Eastern Railway   Following station

History edit

Since 1868, there is a railway connection between Voronezh and Moscow,[2] the first railway station of Voronezh opened in 1869, the first station building was bombed by German troops during World War II. The current station building was built in 1945.

Architecture edit

The modern building of the station was built in 1954 by the project of the Moscow architect Skarzhinsky under the leadership of a full member of the USSR Academy of Architecture. The building is located parallel to the platforms and is a two-story structure, in the center of which there is an elevated part with the main lobby. In the direction of the paths, it is framed by a large glazed arch, in the center of which is a large glass stained-glass window, and in the direction of the square - a horseshoe-shaped protrusion of the facade.

References edit

  1. ^ a b Железнодорожные станции СССР. Справочник [Directory of Railway stations of the USSR]. М. Транспорт. 1981.
  2. ^ "Жд вокзал Воронеж | Оригинал жд билета | Жд билеты | Международный аэропорт "Стригино" г. Нижний Новгород, РЖД билет, купить ж д билет, рейсы самолетов в нижний новгород, телефоны справочного бюро аэропорта стригино, заказ ж/д билетов, стоимость жд билетов, билеты на поезд, бронирование, авиарейсы - Аэропорт Нижний Новгород - Нижегородский аэропорт - сайт аэропорта нижний новгород стригино - МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЙ АЭРОПОРТ НИЖНИЙ НОВГОРОД". Nnov-airport.ru. Archived from the original on June 30, 2017. Retrieved December 16, 2016.