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SOKOL'NICHESKAYA LINE

 
 
ULITSA PODBELSKOGO
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Opening date: 01.08.1990
The station was opened as a part of a line section between Preobrazhenskaya Ploshchad’ and Ulitsa Podbel’skogo stations.

Station design: three-vaulted pillar-type shallow station of precast concrete built to a standard design. The station features two rows of 26 pillars made of reinforced concrete.

Station architects: N.Alyoshina, N.Samoilova
Vestibule architects: N.Alyoshina, N.Samoilova
Design engineers: .Krivenko, N.Levina, .Zharova

   The station is called after ulitsa Podbelskogo (presently Ivanteevskaya ulitsa).
   The pillars are faced with white marble and the walls of the platform hall are lined with metal plates arranged in geometric patterns.

   Exit to: Otkrytoe shosse, Ivanteevskaya ulitsa and 7 proezd Podbelskogo.



Photo by Alexandr Akul'shin
Photo by Alexandr Akul'shin


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