Department of Hubs and Stations

Chernyakhovsk is a railway station on the Kaliningrad-Kaunas line in the city of the same name in the Kaliningrad region.

In the late 1990s - early 2000s, Lengiprotrans developed a project for electrical interlocking (EC) with partial track reconstruction at the Chernyakhovsk station.

In the course of the survey, soil and geological surveys, laboratory analyzes of soil and water, and mine workings were carried out. Intersections and longitudinal profiles, a master plan of utilities for the station were developed.

Jõhvi is a railway station on the Tallinn-Narva line in the city of the same name in Estonia. Intercity passenger and freight trains are served here.

The project of lengthening the tracks at the station was developed by Lengiprotrans in 1967. Also, the electrical department at the station designed signaling devices (alarm, centralization and blocking devices).

Photo: Railway station Jõhvi (source:

Kaliningrad is a railway station of the Kaliningrad railway, serving passenger trains of short and long distance.

In the period 1963-1983, Lengiprotrans carried out design work for the reconstruction of facilities at the Kaliningrad station.

During the survey, a plan for the location of mine workings was prepared.

Daugavpils II is a sorting railway station of the Latvian Railway. Through it, trains follow in the direction of the stations: Krustpils, Rezekne, Egleine, Indra.

In the period 1956-1970, Lengiprotrans developed a project for the development and reconstruction of the Daugavpils II station.

Titan is a railway station on the Apatity - Titan line of the October railway in the Murmansk region.

In the period 1970-1989, Lengiprotrans developed a project for the reconstruction of the Titan station and an access road in connection with the construction of a transshipment complex of North-West Phosphoric Company CJSC (NWPC).

To ensure the export of apatite-nepheline concentrate from NWPC with the loading of the transshipped cargo into railway wagons, a loading track and an exhaust track for rearrangement of trains was designed.

Leningrad-Sortirovochny-Moskovsky (now St. Petersburg-Sortirovochny-Moskovsky) is the railway station of the Oktyabrskaya railway.

The station development project was developed by Lengiprotrans in 1978-1982. The head of the sorting yard of the even system was rebuilt with the implementation of work on the automation of the even-numbered hill, the paths of the reception parks and the sorting odd-numbered system were lengthened, the odd hill was automated; completed work on laying 7 additional sorting tracks in an even sorting yard.

As part of the construction of the external transport of the Riga Commercial Sea Port, Lengiprotrans developed a project for a bridge crossing over the Sarkandaugava channel at the section of Riga-Krasta station.

Longitudinal profiles were prepared, a connecting railway track from Riga-Krasta station to the bridge was designed.

In the 1960s, Lengiprotrans developed a project for the development of the external railway transport of the Klaipeda oil depot in connection with its expansion.

At the site, the following were designed: signaling devices and a technical inspection point with a compressor station, a lubricant distribution pantry with heating networks.

Photo: The Klaipeda oil depot (source:

In the 1990s, Lengiprotrans developed a project for the second main track on the Shipovka - Post section of 26 km in the Kaliningrad railway.

In the course of engineering surveys, mine workings were made, water wells were developed.

At the facility, the following were designed: a track complex, water supply, a railway bridge at picket 245, reconstruction of railway tracks at Shipovka station.

In the early 1960s Lengiprotrans developed a project for the development of the Ülemiste station in Tallinn. In subsequent years, the institute continued work on the development of the station.
In 1970, a mechanized cargo yard was designed at the station.
In 1980, surveys were carried out and longitudinal and transverse profiles of the station were prepared.
In 1980-1982, the electric centralization of points and mechanization of the hump at the station were developed, including the heating network to the compressor station and signaling devices.