Construction of Railway Station Vladivostok began in 1891. The future Emperor Nicholas II attended groundbreaking ceremony .
In the future appearance of the building has undergone major changes. With the growth of passenger traffic, it was decided to renovate. In 1912 the new station opened, it was designed in the neo-Russian style.
The facades are issued according to the traditional solutions of Russian architecture of the XVII century with an abundance of window openings and decorative details. The floor is paved with clay Japanese plates, which have been preserved today.
After the revolution double-headed eagle on the facade was removed.
After the collapse of the USSR building was restored.
Today Vladivostok railway station is a major transportation artery. It is located in the city center, from here you can walk to reach the central square.
Just before leaving the station it’s a large bus and taxi stop. Also straight from the train station, you can easily walk to the Sea Station and train terminal to the airport.
Address Station Vladivostok: Aleutkskaya 2
At the bottom on the platform at the station is famous monument with a mark in 9288 miles – the distance from Vladivostok to Moscow.
If you ever drive through this distance on the train, the monument during the lifetime can be safely put to you!