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Moscow Metro station
Metro MSK Line1 Krasnoselskaya (img1).jpg
LocationKrasnoprudnaya street
Krasnoselsky District
Central Administrative Okrug
Coordinates55°46′48″N 37°40′02″E / 55.7801°N 37.6673°E / 55.7801; 37.6673Coordinates: 55°46′48″N 37°40′02″E / 55.7801°N 37.6673°E / 55.7801; 37.6673
Owned byMoskovsky Metropoliten
Line(s)#1 Sokolnicheskaya line Sokolnicheskaya line
Platforms1 island platform
ConnectionsBus: 40, 122
Trolleybus: 14, 41
Tram: 7, 37, 45, 50
Structure typeShallow column double-vault
Depth8 metres (26 ft)[citation needed]
Platform levels1
Bicycle facilitiesNo
Other information
Station code005[1]
Opened15 May 1935; 83 years ago (1935-05-15)[1]
Preceding station   Moscow Metro   Following station
toward Salaryevo
Sokolnicheskaya line
Krasnoselskaya is located in Moscow Ring Road
Moscow metro map including line 14.svg
Location within Moscow Ring Road

Krasnoselskaya (Russian: Красносе́льская) is a Moscow Metro station in the Krasnoselsky District, Central Administrative Okrug, Moscow. It is on the Sokolnicheskaya Line, between Komsomolskaya and Sokolniki stations. Krasnoselskaya is located under Krasnoprudnaya Street, east of the intersection with Krasnoselskaya Street.


It is named after Krasnoselskaya Street.


The section of the Sokolnicheskaya Line between Sokolniki and Komsomolskaya was built under Krasnoprudnaya Street, using the cut and cover method. Construction work on Krasnoselskaya began in spring 1933, and the station opened along with other 9 stations of the line on 15 May 1935.[citation needed]


The planned passenger volume at Krasnoselskaya was relatively low, so the station was built with a narrower platform than the other stations of the first line.[citation needed] The station has one row of ten-sided columns, which are faced with red and yellow Crimean marble. The walls are finished with yellow and red ceramic tile and punctuated at regular intervals by concrete pilasters. The architects of the station were B. Vilenskiy and V. Yershov.[1]


Krasnoselskaya was originally planned to have entrances at two ends, but only the western one, located at the northeast corner of Krasnoprudnaya Street and Upper Krasnoselskaya Street, was built. In 2005 the vestibule's original tile floor was replaced with similarly-coloured marble.[citation needed]


  1. ^ a b c "Красносельская". Moskovsky Metropoliten (in Russian). Archived from the original on 2013-02-07. Retrieved 2012-12-26.