8 New Moscow Metro Stations

New Moscow Metro Stations

Posted on August 29, 2011 by team

Let’s visit future Moscow metro stations Zyablikovo and Shipilovskaya and see the construction works.

We start from Zyablikovo.

Unknown electrical device.

RU 380/220 W.

The hall № 1 is not just huge, it is incredibly huge. Here are seven escalators.

A future crossing passage to the green line.

Two cars that lead to the coridor. Then it goes to the balcony.


A “secret” passage at the top of the station.

Now hanging panels cover road walls, not marble.

The direction to Shipilovskaya.

A ventilation shaft.


The construction of the southern vestibule and exits.

The North hall.

Station Shipilovskaya.


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8 responses to “New Moscow Metro Stations”

  1. theguy says:

    Hey, that’s next to my house!

  2. testicules says:

    Another show piece subway. Russians love subways.

    • historian says:

      Do we? You must know..

    • Chris says:

      @testes, why do you always have to find something negative about Russia and Russians???

      WHAT is in your HEAD that you would look for something negative in a grand looking subway used for the public’s benefit?!?!

      Are these subways a danger to the US or somehow a danger to your American ego???

      • testicules says:

        You are reading a lot into my statements. There is not a sinlge negative word in my comments. It is a show peice subway design and Russians are really proud of their subways. A lot of energy goes into their construction and presentation. Go through the posts on this site. The subways are like museums. You could eat off the floor. Perhaps you’re too sensitive.

  3. High Voltage Guy says:

    The “unkown electrical device” is a vacuum circuit breaker for medium voltage

  4. Otis R. Needleman says:

    I always enjoy pictures of construction sites and factories. Thanks!

  5. opticalsound says:

    “Unknown electrical device?” Couldn’t the photographer ask someone?!

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