Paveletsky railway station in Moscow

Paveletsky railway station is one of the ten railway stations in Moscow, the passenger terminal of the Moscow-Passenger-Paveletskaya station. Located on Paveletskaya Square, 1.

It is the starting point of the Paveletsky direction of the Ministry of the Railways. It is a dead-end (non-transmitted) station.

It connects the capital with the Middle and Lower Volga, the Central Black Earth Region and the southern regions of Russia. However, it is the understudy of the Kazan and Kursk stations in long-distance transportation.

Also, there are suburban electric trains from the station in the Paveletsky direction to the Uzunovo station.

On August 3, 2002, the high-speed transport system (Aeroexpress) Moscow-Paveletskaya-Domodedovo Airport was opened.

The station building was built in 1900 to serve the Ryazan-Ural Railway, designed by architects N. A. Kvashnin and Yu. F. Diderikhs.

The updated Paveletsky station opened on November 3, 1987. The new station exceeded the old one six times in volume and four by throughput. Now it can accept, serve and place about 10,000 people per hour in its halls. This is the capability of a vast transport complex. It has become much more convenient and comfortable.

Cruise train “Pearl of the Caucasus”

From April to October, the tourist train of Russian Railways “Pearl of the Caucasus” regularly runs: Moscow – Maykop – Nalchik – Grozny – Makhachkala – Derbent – Kislovodsk – Moscow.

The train leaves on Saturdays from Paveletsky and arrives at the Kiev station. Time in cruise is 7 days. Three -class wagons (luxury, SV, compartment), all of them are equipped with air conditioning systems, dry closets and sockets for charging gadgets. The train contains bars, restaurant, karaoke, showers. The cost of excursions, transfer and meals are not tied to the cost of the ticket, the passenger independently selects the proposed services depending on his own preferences.

Nearest metro: Paveletskaya.

See also Moscow transport systemMoscow railwaysMoscow metro.

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