In Zelenogorsk (St. Petersburg) station was opened after reconstruction

The station building in Zelenogorsk was built in 1917. During the Soviet-Finnish War and the Great Patriotic War it was severely damaged, and only in 1947, the station was restored by the architect A. Grechannikova and has since been rebuilt. In 2009, the leadership of the October Railway, it was decided to conduct a complete renovation Zelenogorsk station.

By the summer of 2012, all repairs have been completed. Changed the appearance of the building as well as all internal communications: redevelopment of premises has been carried out, the turnstiles are installed, updated tunnel under the tracks, there was a modern video surveillance system and alert. The investment amounted to more than 251 million rubles.


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