8 The Construction of the New Underground Station In Kiev

The Construction of the New Underground Station In Kiev

Posted on July 18, 2011 by team

The construction of the new underground station in Kiev, Ukraine is in full swing. Let’s walk along this place one more time and see what has changed since our last visit. This time, more attention will be paid to the work of tunnel complexes.

Rock haulage trucks at work.

Behind the truck is the partition between a shield chamber and the current area of work.

The view in the opposite direction, on the tunnel complex Herrenknecht.

Let’s get inside of it.

Water-removing and ventilating units will be soon installed at the bottom of it.

The tail of the shield.

The KRAZ being loaded with rock.

The KRAZ loaded with lining blocks and the section of the shield where these blocks are transferred to the conveyor which then moves them to the head of the shield.


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8 Responses to “The Construction of the New Underground Station In Kiev”

  1. testicules says:

    What a money pit. Why not just build something above ground? It is so much cheaper.

  2. Hipster Douchebag says:

    Its so underground, you’ve probably never heard of it.

  3. Gerry says:

    New metro stations were opened in Kiev but bus routes were not rerouted to take advantage of them, so there is still no time gain for the thousands of commuters who live far from the center. That’s why I love these bureaucratic states!

  4. hashish says:

    Do they play balalaikas in Kiev?

  5. testicules says:


  6. nobodobodon says:

    Perhaps this was not created to transport people, but rather to act as a giant trumpet to herald the apocalypse.

    Google “strange sounds Kiev” to see all the fuss.

  7. Shemuel Thomas says:

    Informative post for underground construction.

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