Valentinovka - stopping point / passenger platform of the chord line Mytishchi - Fryazevo of the Yaroslavl direction of the Moscow railway . Located in the city of Korolev, Moscow Region .
(chord line of Mytishchi - Fryazevo)
|Region w. d.||Moscow-Kursk|
|opening date||1930 (complete reconstruction 2018)|
|Number of platforms||2|
|Number of paths||2|
|Type of platforms||2 side|
|Driving||Bolshevo - Sokolovskaya|
|Exit to||Chkalovskaya St.|
|Location||Korolev (Bolshevo, Valentinovka)|
|Change to||M / t 8 (within walking distance)|
|Distance to Moscow||29 km|
|Code in ACMS||235016|
|Code in Express 3||2000012|
Not equipped with turnstiles .
Travel time from the Yaroslavl station is about 50 minutes, from the Fryazevo station - about 1 hour 10 minutes. Public transport does not directly approach the platform, the nearest stop is Grazhdanskaya Street (800 m).
- 1 History
- 2 Transport
- 3 See also
- 4 References
The stopping point was opened in 1930 and named after the village of Valentinovka , which is currently included in the city of Korolev. The platform was built at the intersection of railways and the road connecting the villages of Burkovo and Vlasovo. The name of the station is associated with the landowners of the beginning of development, which is usually for holiday villages. For more information see Valentinovka (Korolev)
- 8 (Civil street (Valentinovka square) - Bolshevo station - Podlipki station )
- List of railway stations and platforms of the Moscow region