Basmanny dead end is a dead end in the center of Moscow . Located between New and Old Basmanny streets. The numbering of houses is from the Old Basman Street .
|Basman Dead End|
|Underground||Red Gate .|
|Former names||Ascension deadlock|
|Phone numbers||+7 (499) XXX ----|
Origin of title
It was named in 1922 when the Soviet authorities renamed Moscow the names associated with church themes, which existed here in the Basmanny settlement. Previously called Voznesensky deadlock  on the former possessions of the Kremlin Voznesensky monastery, located here since 1654 .
The impasse arose in connection with the laying in 1870 of a connecting branch between the Nikolaev and Kursk railways, which passed through the possessions of the Kremlin Voznesensky monastery  . On the even side of the impasse is built up, and on the odd side, there is a notch adjacent to it, where the railway passes, through which the pedestrian bridge crosses into Khomutovskiy deadlock . In 1895-1897 a scientist S. A. Chaplygin lived in one of the houses  .
Notable buildings and structures
On the even side
- No. 2/11 - Administration of the Moscow-Kursk and Nizhny Novgorod-Murom Railways (1898–1899, architect N. I. Orlov, engineer M. A. Aladin). Now - the Institute Giprotransstroy and departments of the Ministry of Railways.
- No. 6A - Kitchen Factory (early 1930s)  .
- No. 6А, page 2 - residential building (1931)  .
- 10/12 - residential building (1931)  . In the framework of the civil initiative “ Last Address ”, plates were installed on the house in memory of its repressed tenants: engineer P. G. Krynkin, watchman N. E. Krylov (December 10, 2014), product specialist G. D. Neverovich (March 8, 2015) and military I.Ya. Strode (August 20, 2017)  .
- No. 12/10 - Profitable House of the Moscow Basman Partnership , 1913, architect (civil engineer) A. N. Zeligson . Service buildings were built in 1914 by the project of A. N. Zeligson and N. G. Faleeva . From 1921 to 1925, Hungarian writer Mate Zalka lived and worked in the house  , and from 1935 to 1948 - songwriter Alexey Fatyanov  .
On the odd side
- Plan of the city of Moscow with the suburbs edition of the tv of A.S. Suvorin “New time”. 1916.
- Romanyuk S. K. In the lands of Moscow villages and settlements. Part I. M., 1998. p. 327.
- Trofimov V. g . Moscow. District Guide. - Moscow : Moscow Worker, 1972. - p. 206. - 400 p. - 45 000 copies
- Vasilyev N. Yu., Evstratova M. V., Ovsyannikova E. B., Panin O. A. Architecture of the avant-garde. The second half of the 1920s - the first half of the 1930s. - M .: S. E. Gordeev , 2011. - p. 142. - 480 p.
- Names of the “Last Address” // Site “Last Address”
- According to the memorial plaque on the building
- Novaya Basmannaya Ulitsa, 10, bldg. 1 // on the website of the Department of Cultural Heritage of Moscow.
- New Basmannaya street
- Old Basmannaya Street