Leningradsky railway station is the oldest railway station in Moscow. The building of the station was built in 1849. The building has the same architecture as the Moscow railway station in St. Petersburg, the stations were built according to one project. From the Leningradsky railway station trains are sent to the north-west direction of Russia, as well as to Finland and Estonia. The station used to have names such as "Nikolaevsky", "Oktyabrsky". Several times it was repaired in 1950 and 1972. The station building is located near the Kazansky and Yaroslavsky railway stations. The square on which they are located is called Komsomolskaya, it is often called the "Square of Three Railway Stations". Free Wi-Fi is available for all visitors.
Yaroslavsky railway station is located in the center of Moscow near the Leningrad and Kazan stations, on the square of Three Railway Stations. Yaroslavsky railway station is considered one of the most crowded railway stations and the largest in terms of traffic volume. From this train station the trains go to the North and the Urals, to the Pacific Ocean and the White Sea, to China, North Korea and Mongolia, to Kostroma, Yaroslavl, Perm and other Russian cities. Every day about 300 pairs of trains stop here. Free Wi-Fi is available for all visitors.
Kievsky railway station was built in March 1899. Now it is the most beautiful monument of architecture. Monthly it serves about 2 million passengers including long-distance and suburban trains. An interesting fact is that only 2 hours in Moscow are mechanical - it is a clock on the building of the Kievsky railway station and on the building of the Kremlin. The weight of the clock on the station building is more than 1 ton, the mechanism is more than 100 years old. The station serves the trains following in the western and southwestern directions. Free Wi-Fi is available for all visitors.
Kursky railway station is one of the largest in Moscow. The station can simultaneously accommodate 11,000 people. The modern building consists of two parts. There is a shopping center in front of the main entrance. From the Kursky railway station, SAPSAN trains departing from St. Petersburg to Nizhny Novgorod. Basically, trains follow in the southern directions of Russia (Crimea, Black Sea, Caucasus) or to the east of the country. It is interesting that because of the location of the station platform on it differ in length, the 2nd platform is 2 times shorter than the platforms No. 3 and No. 4. For all visitors on the territory of the station there is free Wi-Fi.
Savelovsky railway station is the only station in the city of Moscow that serves only suburban trains, and all the rest are also long-distance. The station is the quietest in Moscow. Electric trains that leave from the railway station connect Moscow with such cities of the Moscow region as Dolgoprudny, Dubna, Yakhroma, Kimry, etc. For all visitors on the territory of the station there is free Wi-Fi.
Kazansky station is located in the center of Moscow near Leningradsky and Yaroslavsky railway stations , on the square of Three Railway Stations. Kazansky railway station is the largest railway station in Russia. Its area is 120,000 square meters. The railway station serves about 130 000 passengers daily. It is interesting that a left-hand traffic of trains was established between Ryazan and Moscow. It is believed that this was influenced by English engineers who built the roads on this part of the railway. From the Kazan station you can go to Adler, Voronezh, Samara, Ufa, Ryazan and other cities. Trains depart from here to the East, South and South-East. Free Wi-Fi is available for all visitors.
Belorussky station is the sixth station in Moscow. Initially, the station was called Smolensky railway station. On average, the station is visited by 1500 people per hour. From here trains leave for the southwest, northeast of Russia. In 2009, there was a reconstruction of the station building, so now it meets all modern standards. Free Wi-Fi is available for all visitors.
Paveletsky railway station was built in 1900 to serve the Ryazan-Ural railway. The people called it "Khlebny", because it was here that grain was delivered from the south of Russia. The new building was opened in 1987. Now the building is able to accommodate about 15 thousand people a day in its halls. The building houses the newest maintenance systems, so that passengers are comfortable. Since 2002, Aeroexpress operates here at Domodedovo airport. Trains depart from Paveletsky Station in the Lower and Middle Volga. Free Wi-Fi is available for all visitors.
Rizhsky railway station was built in 1897. In 1945, soldiers from the Great Patriotic War returned to the Belorussky and Rizhsky railway stations. Now it is the lowest railway station and the smallest station in Moscow. Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 12-00 a retro train departs for an excursion to the depot. In the old Russian style the building of the station is presented, on which arched windows, small domes, spherical ornament are allocated, on the main dome there are the arrow clocks. Free Wi-Fi is available for all visitors.