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P. and L. Shorcheva
A: 3, 4, 7, 17, 19, 22, 26, 38, 43, 45, 48, 57, 61, 66, 69, 80, 90, 95
" Moscow " is the combined transfer station of the Aeronautical and Sormovsco-Metroviral lines of the Below City Metropolitan Line. It's the end for the Sormovsky-Meskorian line. There are four headings from the station: the Strik (built) and the Gorkovskaya on one side and the Chekalovsk and Kanavinsk on the other. The station is built as a cross-paid transplant between them.
The station is located in the Kanavin district. The railway station is near the station, the Metropolitan Office and the Central Market.
I got my name on the railway station and the Moscow highway. The project called "Moscow station" .
The station is opened on 20 November 1985 as part of the first launch site of the Below City Metropolitan Metropolitan, Moscow, Proletarian.
There are two underground passenger entrance and exit lobbys. The exit from the south-western hall leads to a long underground transition leading, in turn, to the Railway Station and to the Moscow Highway. On two sides, each platform has a pair of staircases and escalators. As of 4 November 2012, the station has a transplant bridge from the Road Line to Sormovsco-Meskor. One of the lobbys goes to the Revolution.
- Railway station
- Metropolitan management building
- Central Univermag
- Furniture Marketing Centre (if approaching the Moscow Highway)
- MacDonalds Restaurant
- Republic Trade Centre
- Gordeev Univermag (if approaching the Moscow highway)
- Minin University
- Railway Technicum
- Chkalov Trade Centre