There are 5 operating railway stations in St. Petersburg. They are an important part of the transport system of St. Petersburg (North-West Regional Directorate of Railway Stations of Russian Railways).
All Stations (in alphabetical order)
Baltic Railway station – St. Petersburg-Baltic. The station is part of the North-West Regional Directorate of Railway Stations.
It is located on the Baltic Station Square and the Obvodny Canal Embankment.
Serves only suburban areas, including: Sosnovoborsk, Ivangorod, Gdov and Luga.
Transfer to the metro station Baltiyskaya.
Finlyandsky (Finland) railway station is the passenger terminal of the St. Petersburg-Passenger-Finlyandsky station. Located at the address: Lenina Square, 6.
Suburban trains depart from the Finland Station in the northwestern and northeastern directions, regional long-distance trains Lastochka of the Karelian direction (St. Petersburg – Sortavala; St. Petersburg – Matkaselka), as well as high-speed long-distance trains St. Petersburg – Helsinki.
Transfer to the metro station Ploshchad Lenina.
Ladozhsky railway station is the passenger terminal of the St. Petersburg-Ladoga railway station of the St. Petersburg railway junction.
The most modern of the five operating railway stations in the city, opened in 2003. The only station in the city with through train traffic. It is located in the Krasnogvardeisky district at 73 Zanevsky Prospekt.
Transfer to the metro station Ladozhskaya.
Moscow railway station (in 1855-1924 – Nikolaevsky, until 1930 – Oktyabrsky) – the passenger terminal of the St. Petersburg-Glavny railway station.
Main directions: Moscow, Adler, Anapa, Astrakhan, Belgorod, Bryansk, Veliky Novgorod, Volgograd, Voronezh-1, Vladikavkaz, Evpatoria, Yeysk, Ivanovo, Izhevsk, Kazan, Kaliningrad, Kislovodsk, Makhachkala, Murmansk, Nizhny Novgorod, Novorossiysk, Ostashkov, Orenburg , Samara, Sevastopol, Staraya Russa, Ufa.
Transfer to the metro station Ploshchad Vosstaniya.
Vitebsky railway station (formerly Tsarskoselsky, then Detskoselsky) is the passenger terminal of the St. Petersburg-Vitebsky station. Address: Zagorodny avenue, 52.
The oldest railway station that has survived in St. Petersburg and Russia. The station building is an object of cultural heritage of the peoples of Russia and is protected by the state.
In addition to long-distance trains of Russian Railways, trains of Ukrainian, Moldovan, Belarusian railways run from the station.
Suburban traffic is served by the North-West Suburban Passenger Company.
Transfer to the metro station Pushkinskaya.
*Closed railway stations: Former Warsaw railway station