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Lakhta railway station

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Platforms  2, side
Fare zone  3
Opened  1894
Tracks  2
Station code  03891
Electrified  1952
Rebuilt  1952
Lakhta railway station
Line(s)  Saint Petersburg Finlyandsky - Beloostrov through Sestroretsk
Connections  Historical Primorskaya line
Address  Olgino, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 197229
Similar  Lakhta Center, Novaya Derevnya, Gorskaya railway station, Alexandrovskaya railway station, Lakhtinsky Razliv

Lakhta railway station (Russian: Ста́нция Ла́хта) is a railway station serving Lakhta, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

It was built by the Joint-stock company of the Prinorskaya St.-Peterburg-Sestroretsk railway and was opened on 12 July 1894. When it opened, it was the terminal station. On 31 October 1894 the line was lengthened to Razdelnaya, now Lisy Nos railway station.

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Lakhta railway station Wikipedia


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