Paveletskaya (Zamoskvoretskaya Line)

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Paveletskaya
Moscow Metro station
PaveletskayaZL-mm.jpg
Station statistics
Coordinates 55°43′50″N 37°38′11″E / 55.730556°N 37.636389°E / 55.730556; 37.636389Coordinates: 55°43′50″N 37°38′11″E / 55.730556°N 37.636389°E / 55.730556; 37.636389
Line(s) !B9993068528194  2  Zamoskvoretskaya Line
Connections Bus: 6, 13, 106, 158, 632
Trolleybus: Б (B)
Tram: A, 3, 35, 38, 39
Structure type Pylon station
Depth 33.5 metres (110 ft)
Levels 1
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Parking No
Bicycle facilities No
Baggage check No
Other information
Opened 20 November 1943
Station code 030
Owned by Moskovsky Metropoliten
Traffic
Passengers (2002) 19,220,900
Services
Preceding station   Moscow Metro   Following station
Zamoskvoretskaya Line
toward anticlockwise / outer
Koltsevaya Line
Transfer at: Paveletskaya
toward clockwise / inner
Location
Paveletskaya (Zamoskvoretskaya Line) is located in Central Moscow
Paveletskaya (Zamoskvoretskaya Line)

Paveletskaya (Russian: Павелецкая) is a Moscow Metro station on the Zamoskvoretskaya Line, located in the Zamoskvorechye District, Central Administrative Okrug. It was opened in 1943 and was designed by S.V. Lyashchenko and E.S. Demchenko. Paveletskaya features tall white marble pillars decorated with the hammer and sickle and a high, arched ceiling. The walls are faced with white marble.

Construction history[edit]

The long run between Teatralnaya (then Ploshchad Sverdlova, opened in 1938) and Avtozavodskaya was opened January 1, 1943. Work on Novokuznetskaya and Paveletskaya continued throughout 1943, and these two stations were opened 20 November 1943. Novokuznetskaya was commissioned as a completed station (most of its 1943 interiors surviving to date); Paveletskaya was built to a design by Alexey Dushkin as a temporary deep (33.5 meters underground) pylon station of London type - with two side platforms, but without a central hall.[1]

Work on converting Paveletskaya to a fully functional station commenced in 1950; the station was reopened February 21, 1953. Fragments of original pylons were retained in the southern end of the station; the rest was expanded to a spacious column type hall of the same structure as Mayakovskaya. Bronze-coloured inserts with hammer and sickle motive, the sole example of figurative art in this station, were actually painted ceramic castings.

Accidents[edit]

  • On 20 April 1987, at 19:55 local time, fire erupted in a northbound train approaching Paveletskaya. The train reached Paveletskaya, all passengers disembarked safely (the sole injury was a subway worker hospitalized with smoke poisoning). However, the train burnt out completely, damaging the interiors in the southern end on the station. It had to be partially rebuilt again.[2]
  • On 6 February 2004, at 08:40 local time, 40 passengers were killed in a terrorist attack on a train that left Avtozavodskaya for Paveletskaya.
  • On 15 January 2007, both Paveletskaya stations were evacuated due to a fire in the tunnel connecting them. No injuries were reported.[3]

Transfers[edit]

Incoming train on the platform

References[edit]

  1. ^ Photograph of 1943 platform hall
  2. ^ "Пожар в поезде на станции "Павелецкая"". Izvestia (in Russian) (metro.molot.ru). 20 April 1987. Retrieved 20 March 2010. 
  3. ^ Polishchuk, Kristina (16 January 2007). "Дым без огня. В метро произошел очередной пожар" (in Russian). Rossiyskaya Gazeta. Retrieved 20 March 2010. 

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