Inskaya is one of the largest marshaling yards in Russia. Its location is in the Pervomaysky district of Novosibirsk. It’s a junction point accepting cargoes from the Kuznetsk Basin, Ural, Central Asia providing car traffic volume in 5 directions, 37 destinations. Daily more than 27 thousand cars go through it.
Construction of the station began in 1928 when they were building the railway line Ob-Proektnaya between the Kuznetsk Basin and the Trans-Siberian Railway. On 20th of April 1934 the first goods train with Ural ore left for the Kuznetsk Basin (Kuzbas).
Station panoramic view (click to see the full size)