Train Stations of Moscow
Komsomol Square, in the heart of Moscow, is also called “A
Square of Three Stations.” These three stations —
Kazansky, Leningradsky and Yaroslavsky — are the starting
points for some of the longest train routes in Russia.
Our virtual tour guides visitors through Komsomol Square,
introducing them to the central three stations. Tourists will
find this tour especially interesting, as they may need extra
help navigating the city and its train stations. Also, history
enthusiasts will be intrigued to learn some never-before-heard
details about the stations and the Square as they explore
the virtual tour.
The image below shows a view of Leningradsky and Yaroslavsky
stations from the Komsomol Square position in the virtual
Our tour also guides visitors around key locations within
the three stations, such as the ticketing booths shown below.
Additionally, the tour educates visitors on how to proceed
from the station entrances to their proper train tracks.
Finally, our tour is equipped with intricate plans detailing
all three stations of Komsomol Square.
This project was developed for the "Rusian Rail Roads,