Area 3 stations in Moscow. Travel to all corners of the country
The famous square of 3 stations in Moscow is thata place where people from different parts of the country gather, because there are three railway stations with different directions: south, east and north. As well as where it is possible to reach, about it will be told more low.
How to get to the three stations?
If you go by subway, then you need to go to the station"Komsomolskaya" Ring or Sokolnicheskaya line. Let us list these combined 3 stations in Moscow. Which ones? At present train informants in rolling stock announce that there are Leningrad, Yaroslavl and Kazan railway stations, as well as the Kalanchevskaya railway platform, on Komsomolskaya.
It should be borne in mind that to get out of the metropreferably at the corresponding station. In what sense? For example, to the Leningrad and Yaroslavl station, as well as to Kalanchevskaya better to go from the direction of the Ring Line. Exit from the metro station alone, do not get lost. But at the Kazansky railway station it is closer to get out only from Sokolnicheskaya, namely when leaving the first car from the north. On Sokolnicheskaya line, too, there is a short way, if you sit down from the side of the boulevard Rokossovsky in the last car.
Leaving the subway, you will see a commuter ticket officeelectric train, yellow station building. You can get to suburban trains only from the right wing of the building at the end. Long-distance and train compartments are located to the left. It is necessary to go to Komsomolskaya Square and move along the facade of the Leningradsky Railway Station.
The area of 3 stations in Moscow is quite conveniently located for passengers, so if you accidentally go out there, you can always use the underground passage.
What directions does Leningrad Station have? Let's enumerate the major cities to which the trains go:
- St. Petersburg,
- Velikiy Novgorod.
The trains follow Tver. It is worth noting that it is on the October Railway (from the Leningrad Station) that the Peregrine Falcon trains.
It is located near Leningrad. White building with turrets and a gray roof (after all, all these 3 stations in Moscow on Komsomolskaya differ from each other). Suburban communication here is the most developed, as it has several directions: Sergiev-Posad (Alexandrov), Monino, Krasnoarmeysk and others.
Initially, this station was called the North Station, because from here there were trains only to the north. Currently, trains continue to the following cities:
- in the cities of Siberia and the Far East (Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Blagoveshchensk, Vladivostok);
- Beijing, China);
Only a small list of cities is listed. Despite the fact that there are so many directions, the long-term follow-up of the Yaroslavsky Railway Station is not considered to be in demand in comparison with Leningrad and Kazan.
Is in high demand, especially in summer. For those who like to travel to the Black and Azov Seas, many routes are open: Anapa, Adler, Novorossiysk and Yeisk. There are directions towards other republics and countries: Ufa, Kazan, Nazran, Kislovodsk, Astana, Cheboksary and Vladikavkaz. Not surprisingly, the area of 3 stations in Moscow is a place where you can meet people of different nationalities.
You can reach Ryazan by train or by train. Two-story trains run to Voronezh, Adler.
If you go past the Leningrad station, you cansee the railway bridge. It is there that Kalanchevskaya platform, or, as it is easier called, "Kalanchevka". Versatile is not only the area of 3 stations in Moscow, but also this station. Why? Because from here you can leave on a suburban train to different corners of the Moscow region: to the south, west, north. Amazing? But it is here that the trains run, for example, from Odintsovo (the Belarusian route) towards Tsaritsyno (the Kursk course). There are other directions. But we must bear in mind that these trains follow only Moscow and near Moscow suburbs.