Worlds Deepest Metro Station (Subway Station) in Russia…

A new metro station, the world’s deepest, will be opened in downtown St. Petersburg, Russia. (?) The new station is called Admiralteiskaya and lies over 100 meters (330ft) below the surface…

Looks like this has been a long and hard project that had many obstacles in its way to completion. So for three decades this station, even though the need was great for its existence, was delayed time and time again for reasons of cash flow to old museums located on the surface…

Finally all that has become the past and now the deepest station in the world will open its doors this week… (Dec. 28th, 2011)

Of course several places claim the deepest metro station in the world…

Ukraine claims deepest station in the world (105.5 metres) is “Arsenalnaya” (“Arsenal”) in Kiev (1960). “Arsenalnaya” (“Arsenalna”, “Arsenal”) is a station on Kiev Metro’s Line 1. The station was opened along with the first stage and is currently the deepest station in the world (105.5 metres). This attributed to Kiev’s geography where the high bank of the Dnieper River rises above the rest of the city…

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According to the unofficial information, the depth of the station “Puhung” (“Revitalization”) in the Pyongyang Metro is 120 meters. However, as you can understand, it’s very difficult to verify this information…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!

PS: Now I can vouch that the Ukraine station is really deep, since I use that station all the time…


kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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