Sukhumi railway station
|Abkhazian Railway terminal|
View of the station from Privokzalnaya square.
|Owned by||Russian Railways (Abkhazian Railway)|
|Platforms||2 (1 island platforms)|
In 1949, Abkhazian Railway became part of the Transcaucasian Railway. The current station building was built in the mid-1950s.
In the beginning of 1992 the following trains were passing Sukhumi:
- Moscow — Tbilisi
- Moscow — Tsqaltubo
- Moscow — Batumi
- Moscow — Sukhumi
- Moscow — Yerevan
- Rostov-on-Don — Yerevan
- Kiev — Tbilisi
- St.Petersburg — Sukhumi
- Sochi — Yerevan
On 5 December 2002, on the bridge over the Psou river was the train Sukhumi — Sochi.[clarification needed] In 2004, on the Abkhazian section of the railway (from Psou to Sukhumi) full-scale restoration work began, carried out by Russian construction companies. Train service was suspended during construction.
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