2 side platforms
26 May 2000
25 October 2012
| Livoberezhna Line|
Kiev, Ukraine, 02000
| Kashtanova, Teodora Draizera, Maryny Tsvetaievoi, Myloslavska, Heroyiv Sevastopolya|Henerala Vatutina (Kiev Light Rail) Wikipedia
Henerala Vatutina (Ukrainian: Генерала Ватутіна; from 2000 to 2008, Vatutina) is a station on the Livoberezhna Line of the Kiev Light Rail system. It was opened on May 26, 2000 and reopened after a significant modernization of the line on October 26, 2012.
Henerala Vatutina is located in between the Kashtanova and Troieschyna-2 stations. It is named in honer of General Nikolai Vatutin, a Soviet military commander during World War II.
At one point the Kiev City authorities proposed creating the "Prospekt Vatutina" station of the Kiev Metro's Livoberezhna Line, although that entire project was scrapped in favor of expanding the existing light rail system.