Dmitrovskaya metro station

Dmitrovskaya is a station of the Moscow Metro on the Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya Line. It was opened in March 1991 as part of the Savelovskaya – Otradnoye section, located between Savelovskaya and Timiryazevskaya stations of the Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya Line. The station exits lead to Butyrsky (SVAO) and Savelovsky (SAO) districts of Moscow.

Pilon three-vaulted station of deep laying (laying depth – 59 meters). Some pylons at the station have not been opened due to a problematic geological situation (according to another version, due to a lack of funds to buy special tubing).

Red marble was used to decorate the track walls and the station hall. On the end wall of the hall and above the entrance to the escalator, there are cast bas-reliefs on the theme of the defense of Moscow in 1941 (sculptor F. D. Fiveysky). The floor is paved with red and black granite.

Vestibules and transfers

Access to the city through underground passages to Dmitrovskoye shosse and Butyrskaya street, to the railway platform of the same name as the Riga direction of the Moscow railway, which became part of the second Moscow central diameter MCD-2.

Ground public transport

At this station, you can transfer to the following routes of urban passenger transport:

Buses: m40, 87, 447, 466, s543, t29, t56, t78
Trams: 27, 29

See also Moscow transport systemMoscow railwaysMoscow metro.

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