Dagomys railway station

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Coordinates: 43°39′12″N 39°38′52″E / 43.65333°N 39.64778°E / 43.65333; 39.64778

Dagomys railway station in 2013

Dagomys railway station (Russian: Станция Дагомыс) is a railway station of the North Caucasus Railway, a subsidiary of Russian Railways, located in Dagomys Microdistrict, Lazarevsky City District of Sochi, Krasnodar Krai, Russia.


The station was opened in 1929.[1] In Soviet times, the station served as a stopping point for some long-distance passenger trains. Later on, only local electric commuter trains called at the station. Because the long-distance trains did not stop here anymore, Dagomys suffered from the reduction of the number of tourists.[citation needed]

As of 2014, all local trains connecting Sochi and Tuapse via Lazarevskaya called at Dagomys, while long-distance trains did not stop. In 2013, construction of a new station building and modern terminals began for the upcoming 2014 Winter Olympics.


  1. ^ Железнодорожные станции СССР. Справочник. — М., Транспорт, 1981