St Petersburg Metro St. PetersburgA large number of deep stations are known as St Petersburg Metropolitan, whose average depth is fifty metres. It consists of 60 five stations, of which fifty-eight are deep-sea stations. There are 10 closed-type stations in the Peter Metro, otherwise referred to as " gorizontal elevator " . The Horizontal elevator - the know-how of the deep Petersburg Metro, The name of the deepest station of Peter and Russia as a whole - Admiraltheskaya. It's been buried at a depth of 100 metres. Construction started in 1992, but was frozen shortly after work. In 2005 alone, construction continued. The station is in the central part of the city. Two escalators come down. It is known that such a deep investment was due to the proximity of Nev. The opening of the Admiralthei was held in the last days of 2011.
Another deep-seat station is called Politehnical. It's at a depth of sixty-five metres. Several of the deepest stations are the Sad, the Men ' s Area, the Komendan Prospect, the Black Scholar, Volkowski, the Kirov flood, etc. The depth of their deposits is between 60 and 80 metres.Admiralthei is one of the deepest metro stations in the world.