"Ladozhsky" Railway Station (Ladozhskiy Voksal, Ладожский вокзал) is the last train station built in St. Petersburg. It was built in 2001 - 2003. "Ladozhsky" station serve part of the trains that before this was serviced on the "Moscovsky" railway station. Ladozhsky Railway Station is one of the largest and most technologically advanced stations in Europe.
It is the most modern of the five existing stations in St. Petersburg and it is only transit station (with passing through station train traffic).
Station complex designed to potentially receive 50 pairs of suburban and 26 pairs of long-distance trains.
Address: Zanevsky Prospect, 73 (Krasnogvardejsky district), Saint Petersburg, Russia.
See station location on the map.
The nearest metro station is "Ladozhskaya".
In the photo: a view of the Ladozhsky Railway Station from the shopping center "Zanevsky Cascade".
Ladozhsky railway station serves the north and east directions traffic. It serve trains from and to cities Adler, Tyumen, Nizhny Tagil, Pestovo, Petrozavodsk, Vologda, Murmansk, Vorkuta, Kotlas, Arkhangelsk, Astana, Sharyu, Chelyabinsk, Yekaterinburg, Novokuznetsk and Kostamus, Novosibirsk, Barnaul, Irkutsk.
There is a shopping center "Zanevsky Cascade" next to the "Ladozhsky" Station.