Ponyri is a railway station in the Oryol-Kursk region of the Moscow Railway located in the village of the same name in Ponyry, Kursk Region . The turnaround point for electric trains from Kursk and Orel stations (one train per day), located at a distance of 68 km.
|Region w. d.||Oryol-Kursk|
|opening date||1868 |
|Number of platforms||3|
|Type of platforms||2 island and 1 side|
|Distance to Kursk||68 km|
|Distance to Orel||86 km|
|Distance to Moscow||469 km|
|Code in ACMS|
|Code in Express 3||2000268 |
There are three low platforms at the station - two island and side. One of the island platforms is badly damaged.
During the war, the station building was badly damaged during the fighting in the summer of 1943 . The modern station building is two-story (three-story in the center), stone, built in the late 1940s - early 1950s, light green in color.
Suburban traffic is carried out in the following directions:
- Kursk - Oryol
- Kursk - Ponyri
- Donkeys - Eagle
A significant number of long-distance trains pass through the station, but most of them do not stop at the station, or make a technical stop (without boarding / disembarking passengers) Long-distance trains making a stop at Ponyri station are listed below:
|Train number||Driving route||Train number||Driving route|
|97||Moscow - Kursk||98||Kursk - Moscow|
|119||Saint Petersburg - Belgorod||120||Belgorod - St. Petersburg|
|721 "Swallow"||Moscow - Kursk||722 "Swallow"||Kursk - Moscow|
|723 "Swallow"||Moscow - Kursk||724 "Swallow"||Kursk - Moscow|
|741||Moscow - Belgorod||742||Belgorod - Moscow|
- List of railway stations and platforms of the Kursk region