Mogilevskaya ( Belorussian Magilenskaya ) is the terminal station of the Avtozavodskaya line of the Minsk Metro in the southeast direction, the previous station on the line is Avtozavodskaya . Opened September 5, 2001 . The fifth busiest metro station in Minsk - an average of 47.5 thousand people use it per day  .
|opening date||September 5, 2001|
|Type of||shallow pillar three-span|
|Number of platforms||one|
|Platform Width, m||15|
|Architects||V. Telepnev, N. Lopato|
|Exit to the streets||Partizansky Prospekt, Angarskaya Street|
|Ground transportation||A : 9, 9d, 21, 58, 61, 66, 72, 72d, 88s, 93, 94s, 110, 110a, 112s, 129, 148s, 160, 160a, 161, 161a, 161s, 168, 168a, 198e; Tr 3, 34, 60, 67|
Pillar station shallow , three-span, with a number of round columns. The station is two-level: there is a stop platform at the bottom, entrance lobbies and side pedestrian galleries at the top. Disabled elevators will be installed on September 30 at Mogilevskaya metro stations
Stairs to the lobby begin closer to the center of the landing platform and are partially located above it. Due to this, as well as the two-tier arrangement of office and technical premises, the total length of the station complex was reduced from 280-300 meters standard for the Minsk metro to 138.
The interiors of the platform, lobbies, pedestrian crossings are made with the division of space into functional zones: transit, landing and waiting areas. The single space of the two-tier platform part and the vestibules with the side pedestrian galleries are horizontally united by the theme of the dark blue suspended ceiling in the central span of the station, and vertically divided into two tiers by round columns of light marble.
The decoration used Portuguese marble, granite, aluminum suspended ceilings.
For the first time in Minsk (as well as for the first time among all the subways of the former USSR ), two elevators for the disabled were installed on Mogilevskaya. Also, for the first time in the Minsk Metro, over the entrances, pavilions of arched form with shockproof glass have been installed, which protect the staircases from rain and snow .
Exits from the station’s two entrance halls lead to Partizansky Prospekt , Angarskaya Street, the Sports Palace of the Minsk Automobile Plant , and Avtozavodskaya bus station . On the night of July 5-6, 2011, a truck crashed into one of the entrances to the station as a result of a major accident, which caused the station's second exit to be closed for repairs for several days. As of September 2011, one of the covered entrances remains partially disassembled.
Minsk Metro Museum
On the upper tier of the station is a museum of the Minsk Metro. In the central part there is a driver’s cabin, photos of stations are hung on the columns, indicating the name and year of opening. Entrance to the metro museum from five people, the recording is made on the official website. Passage is free.
Handrail on the column
Name on the waybill
Landing platform on the Stone hill
View from the stairs to the south lobby
Technical galleries over the tracks
Entrance to the station
Bus stop st m Mogilev
- List of Minsk metro stations