Lisy Nos, before 1928

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Lisy Nos Russian: Лисий нос
regional rail
Lisy Nos pier in Primorskaya railroad share.jpg
View to pier in Primorskaya railroad share
Coordinates 60°0′37″N 29°27′51″E / 60.01028°N 29.46417°E / 60.01028; 29.46417Coordinates: 60°0′37″N 29°27′51″E / 60.01028°N 29.46417°E / 60.01028; 29.46417
Line(s) Primorskaya line
Structure type at-grade
Opened 1894
Closed 1928
Old church of St Alexander Nevsky in Lisy Nos

Lisy Nos (Russian: Ли́сий нос), was a railway station in Lisy Nos, Saint Petersburg, Russia. The station was on a wooden landing stage on the bank of the Gulf of Finland.

The station opened on October 31, 1894, when it was constructed on a branch line from Razdelnaya station.[1]

A steam locomotive with two or three carriages brought passengers along the branch line from Razdelnaya station. A passenger ferry from Lisy Nos to Kronstadt connected with the trains.[2]


The old Lisy Nos station closed in 1928 and Razdelnaya station was renamed as Lisy Nos.


Near to the station there was a wooden building forming the ancient orthodox church of St Alexander Nevsky.


  1. ^ Chepurin, Sergey; Arkady Nikolayenko (May 2007). "Sestroretsk and Primorskaya railways(Сестрорецкая и Приморская железные дороги)" (in Russian). Retrieved 2009-02-21.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ Zasosov, V. A.; V. I. Puzin (1991). From a life of Petersburg 1890 - 1910th. Notes of eyewitnesses. (Из жизни Петербурга 1890-х - 1910-х годов. Записки очевидцев) (in Russian). SPb. 
Preceding station   Primorskaya Railway   Following station
Lateral branch of a Primorskaya line